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John Hill's Edgefield District (S.C.) militia and plantation record, 1830-1843.

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Creator: Hill, John, fl. 1830-1843.
Collection number: 236-z
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Abstract: John Hill operated a plantation, apparently in the Edgefield District, in South Carolina. He commanded the Springfield Beat Company of the South Carolina militia in the Edgefield District. Plantation journal, January-September 1830, kept by John Hill, presumably in Edgefield District, S.C., including references to slaves; accounts for medical services to slaves rendered by Hill in 1835; and records of the Springfield Beat Company of the South Carolina militia, kept by Colonel John Hill, Edgefield District, S.C., 1836-1843.

Repository: Southern Historical Collection

Collection Highlights: The journal records the daily activities of Hill’s slaves (1830- 1832) and contains accounts for “medical services” performed to Hill’s slaves (1835).

Some material from this collection has been digitized. Click here to link to the finding aid and the digital content.

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