Roger Pinckney of England and South Carolina: a family history
The biography of Roger Pinckney, the last Provost Marshall of the province of South Carolina. Opposed the Stamp Act. Abducted by Regulators. His ancestors, from 15th century, and his descendants, to the present. The correspondence of his son with family in England. Narratives of Texas settlement, War Between the States. Bibliography and Index.
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