History of the Old Cheraws: With Notices of Families & Sketches of Individuals
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Abel afterwards Alexander M'Intosh appears appointed Arthur Hart Assembly Benjamin Benton British Camden Capt Captain Catawbas character Charles Charles-town Cheraw District Cheraw Hill Chesterfield Church Circuit Claudius Pegues Colonel colony command Commissioners Committee Congress Council Court House Craven County Daniel Darlington daughter David's Parish Dewitt died duty early elected enemy Evans Ferry Gazette George Hicks George-town Governor Grand Jury Harrington Henry Honor horse Indians inhabitants James John John Kimbrough Judge justice Kolb land late Legislature Lemuel Benton letter liberty Long Bluff Lynche's Creek M'Intosh Major March Marion Marlborough married Mars Bluff Mary miles militia North notice officers party Pedee River persons petition Petitioners Philip Pledger present Province Revolution Robert Samuel settled settlements settlers Society Hill South Carolina Thomas Powe tion Tories town Welch Neck Welch Tract Whigs Wilds William William Dewitt