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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Heroes of the old Camden District, South Carolina, 1776-1861. an Address to the Survivors of Fairfield county, delivered at Winnsboro, S. C., September 1,1888. (search)
m Humphreys. Dr. Howe, in his History of the Presbyterian Church, says: At what time this school was discontinued is not known, but it was probably about the time when Lord Cornwallis moved his headquarters to Winnsboro, in 1780. Two years after the end of the war, i. e., in 1783, a committee of the Society reported that the temporary school had been broken up by the enemy, but the buildings were safe and in the custody of Colonel Richard Winn. Lands were given by Colonel Winn and Colonel John Vanderhorst in the year 1784, and the school placed under the charge of the Rev. Thomas Harris McCaule, and enlarged into a college. The Mount Zion College, the Charleston College, and the College at Cambridge, Ninety-Six, were incorporated by the same act in 1785. Jackson went to school to Dr. Humphreys in the Waxhaws during the Revolution, and Dr. Joseph Alexander kept one open there, and there was another at Bullock's Creek, York county, during this period; and there was also a school at F
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
tersburg, 395. Trenholm Hon G. A, 273. Trevillian's Station. Battle of, 26. Trim. Lt . 404. Troops, Disparity in number of between North and South, 437. Troup, Capt., 394. Trudeau. Gen., 96, 97 Turnbull, Col. Geo., 8, II. Turney. Hon. Peter, Address of, 319. Tutwiler, Sergeant H. A., 92. University of Virginia. Efforts of for materials for a history of the late war, 56. Urquhart, Col., David, 315. Vance. Gov Z. B., 269, 274, 318. Vandeford, Lt., 405. Vanderhorst, Col., John, 13. Vaughan, Gen. A. J ,58, 76, 313: his cavalry brigade, 61, 62, 64. 67. Venable Col. C. S , 314. Vicksburg, Miss, 25 257 Von Holst, Dr. Herman, 357. Voorhees, Hon. D. W., 360. Vorlandigham. Capt., 19. Virginia Cavalry, The Second, its efficiency and defiant resolutions, 354, Virginia Infantry, 88; Twenty-sixth Battalion, 47; Eighteenth Regiment, 223, 230. Virginia Military Institute cadets in 1861, 39; State arsenal at, 40. Virginia's dead, 116. Waddill, Ca