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Marriage notices in the South 
Carolina Gazette, 1732-1801 



MARRIAGE NOTICES 

IN 

The South-Carolina Gazette 



AND ITS SUCCESSORS. 



(1732-1801.) 



COMPILED AND EDITED 

BY 

A. S. SALLEY, JR. 



From the files in the library of the Charleston Library Society, 
Charleston, S. C. 




ALBANY. N. Y.: 

Joel Munsell's Sons. Publishers. 

1902. 



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MARRIAGE NOTICES 

IN 

The South-Carolina Gazette. 



[ The South Carolina Gazette was a weekly news- 
paper founded in Charles Town in the province of 
South Carolina in the year 1732 by T. Whitmarsh. 
The first issue of it appeared on Saturday, January 
8, 1732. It was not the first paper established in 
South Carolina. On Monday, July 10, 1732, Eleazer 
Philips, Jr., died in Charles Town, and the Gazette 
on Saturday, the 15th, following announced: "On 
Monday morning last died Mr. Eleazer Philips, 
Printer in the Town." Two years later his father, 
Eleazer Philips, Sr., a bookseller in Charles Town, 
advertised in the Gazette for a settlement of all 
debts due himself or the estate of his son, Eleazer 
Philips, Jr., for news, printing, etc. Special mention 
is made of subscriptions due Eleazer Philips, Jr., for 
six months of The South Carolina Weekly Journal. 
Now, if that paper had run for exactly six months 
prior to the death of Eleazer Philips, Jr., then it was 
established at the very date that The South-Carolina 
Gazette was established, but as no mention of a con- 
temporary is made by The South-Carolina Gazette 
[3] 



it is to be presumed that The South Carolina Week- 
ly Journal antedated it. 

The date in parentheses after each record indi- 
cates what paper the marriage notice appeared in.] 

On Thursday se'nnight last, was celebrated, at the 
seat of the Honourable Col. Broughton, president of 
of his Majesty's council of this province, the nuptials 
of Thomas Monk, of this province, Esq., and Miss 
Johannah Broughton, daughter of the said Col. 
Broughton, a young lady of merit and fortune. At 
which ceremony were present, his Excellency, the 
Governor, his Lady and several other persons of dis- 
tinction. (Saturday, January 15, 1732.) 

On Saturday last, a certain gentleman, belonging 
to his Majesty's ship, the Aldborough, met a jolly 
widow at a public house in this town, where after a 
full bowl or two, and a little courtship in form, they 
came to a resolutiou to decide the matter by a game 
at all-fours : Their bodies and all their worldly goods 
for life, were the stakes on each side. Fortune 
favor'd the fair, and she insisting on the wager, 
nothing remained but for the parson to tie the sacred 
knot, which was accordingly done that very after- 
noon. I think this was doing of business. 

We hear, since that, the bride protests against 
hasty weddings, if ever she should be a widow again ; 
and resolves to try her next before hand, at another 
game besides all-fours. (Saturday, January 15, 1732.) 

On Monday evening last (as we are informed) 
Miss Christiana Broughton, daughter of the Honour- 
able Col. Broughton, president of his Majesty's coun- 
cil of this- province, was married to the Rev. Mr. 
Dwight. The young lady (we hear) is mistress of all 



the accomplishments that are requisite to render the 
state she has enter'd upon perfectly agreeable to its 
first happy institution. (Saturday, January 22, 
1731-32.) _• 

We are inform'd that several serviceable passen- 
gers, both men and women arrived here lately from 
England, and that one of the young men and women 
being not content to be useful to the country they 
are now come to, in their single capacities only, have 
agreed to enter into the state of matrimony, and 
unite their forces for the benefit and increase of the 
province. A commendable zeal for the service of 
our colony. (Saturday, March 4, 1731-32.) 

Thursday last, Mr. Osmond, merchant of this 
town, was married to Miss Mary Hall, daughter of 
Col. Arthur Hall of this province, a young lady of 
great merit and fortune. (Saturday, April 15, 1732.) 

On Thursday last, about eight in the evening, 
Doctor William Cleiland was married to Mrs. Mc- 
Nabney, a widow lady of a good fortune, at her 
house in this town, where a handsome entertainment 
was given to some of their particular friends, and the 
evening was passed with abundance of agreeable 
mirth on the occasion. (Saturday, April 29, 1732.) 

Wednesday last Mr. William Cattell, merchant, of 
this town, was married in the country by the Rev. 
Mr. Guy to Miss Anne Cattell, a relation to the said 
Mr. Cattell. And the next day Mr. Crawford was 
married in town, by Mr. Basset, to Miss Sally Bel- 
lamy, who are both (we are told) very deserving 
ladies. (Saturday, May 20, 1732.) 

Thursday last Mr. Foissine was married to Miss 
Mary La-Rush. (Saturday, June 10, 1732.) 



Last week was married in St. Thomas's Parish, 
one Mr. John Strahan, 70 years of age, to Mrs. 
Naomi Painter of sixty. (Saturday, March 17, 
I732-33-) * 

On Wednesday last Thomas Dale, M. D., was 
married to Mrs. Mary Brewton, at St. Philip's church 
in Charlestown. (Saturday, March 31, 1733.) 

[The last issue of The South-Carob'na Gazette of 
T. Whitmarsh appeared on Saturday, September 8, 
i733» Whitmarsh having died of yellow fever the 
summer preceding. In 1734 L. Timothee came to 
South Carolina, and on February 2, 1734, issued the 
first number of The South-Carolina Gazette, thus tak- 
ing the same name that Whitmarsh's paper had borne. 
With the issue of April 6, 1734, Lewis Timothy 
appeared as the name of the printer, thus anglicising 
L. Timothee.] 

On Thursday, the 18th inst. Mr. Robert Pringle, 
merchant in Charlestown, was married to Miss Jane 
Allen, a beautiful young lady, daughter of Mr. 
Andrew Allen, an eminent merchant in this town. 
(Saturday, July 27, 1734.) 

Last Thursday Mr. Isaac Chardon, a very worthy 
eminent merchant of this town, was married to Miss 
Mary Woodward, of James's Island, a young lady of 
conspicuous merit and a large fortune. (Saturday, 
November 8, 1735.) 

And yesterday John Daniel Esq; was married to 
Miss Sarah Raven, a young lady of great merit and 
fortune. (Saturday, January 24, 1735-6.) 

On Thursday last Mr. John Bedon jun. was mar- 
ried to Mrs Elizabeth Massey, relict of Mr. Benjamin 
Massey deceased. (Saturday, July 31, 1736.) 



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On Thursday last Thomas Lamboll, Esq., was 
married at Ashley Ferry, by the Rev. Mr. Guy, to 
Mrs. Peggy Edgar, a very agreeable lady. (Satur- 
day, April 16, 1737.) 

[The last issue of the Gazette to appear on Satur- 
day was that for Saturday, April 1 5, 1 738. The next 
issue appeared Thursday, April 20, and thereafter 
it appeared every Thursday. Lewis Timothy was 
accidentally killed at the close of the year 1738 
(buried Dec. 30 — St. Philip's register); but the paper 
was continued by his widow, with her son Peter 
Timothy as printer. Finally, Mrs. Elizabeth Timothy 
sold her interest to Peter Timothy. The last Satur- 
day issue appeared Saturday, Sept. 20, 1 740. The 
next issue appeared Friday, Sept. 26, and the next 
Thursday, Oct. 2, and thereafter was regularly issued 
on Thursday.] 

Last Tuesday Capt. Ebenezer Simmons, of this 
town, merchant, was married to Mrs. Mary Jones, 
widow, a lady of great beauty, merit and fortune. 
(Thursday, January 22, 1741.) 

[The issue *f or Thursday, Aug. 6, 1741, was the 
last Thursday issue ; the next issue appearing on 
Saturday, the 16th, and thereafter appearing regu- 
larly on Saturday. After Saturday, June 5, 1742, 
the date of publication was changed to Monday, the 
next issue appearing Monday, June 14, 1742.] 

On Thursday Mr. Edward Gough was married to 
Mrs. Mary Elliot, a beautiful young widow, with fine 
accomplishments and a very considerable fortune. 
(Monday, Sept. 27, 1742.) 

In our last it was inserted that Mr. Edward Gough 
was married to Mrs. Mary Elliot, widow, but we are 



since assured that they are not married, and that the 
person who brought the information thereof had been 
imposed upon. (Monday, October 4, 1743.) 

On Wednesday last Mr. John Beswicke, of this 
town, merchant, was married to Miss Mary Hill, an 
agreeable young lady, of great merit and a large 
fortune. (Monday, November 22, 1742.) 

We hear that Colonel Miles Brewton was lately 
married to the widow Paine, a very worthy gentle- 
woman. (Monday, March 14, 1743.) 

From Saxe-Gotha township, in this province, we 
have the following remarkable account, viz.: That on 
the 1 8th of April last five couples were married at 
once, in a yard near that place ; four whereof were a 
man and three of his daughters, and the woman of 
the fifth couple was niece to the same man. Proba- 
tion est. (Postscript, Monday, May 23, 1743.) 

Friday, May 27, 1743, Capt. Thomas Frankland, of 
the Rose, man-of-war, "was married to Miss Sarah 
Rhett, a beautiful and accomplish'd young lady, with 
a large fortune." (Monday, May 30, 1743.) 

On Thursday last Mr. John Witherston was mar- 
ried to Miss Martha Peronneau, of this town, a young 
lady with agreeable accomplishments and a large 
fortune. (Monday, August 15, 1743.) 

On Thursday last Mr. Stephen Bedon jun. was 
married to Miss Ruth Nicholls, an agreeable young 
lady, with a large fortune, and 

We hear that Colonel John Gibbes was married t 
the same day, in the country, to Mrs. Elizabeth Jenys, 
of this town, relict of Paul Jenys, Esq., with a very 
large fortune. (Monday, August 29, 1743.) 



We hear thai Mrs. Elizabeth Street, of Ashley- 
Ferry, widow, aged sixty-four years, was lately mar- 
ried to Mr. John Goodwin, of Combahee, aged 
forty-eight years. The wedding was attended by 
most of the neighbours of distinction, with musical 
instruments of joy, on that occasion. (Monday, 
September 5, 1743.) 

On Monday last John Dart, Esq., of this town, 
was married to Mrs. Basset, relict of the late Rev. 
Mr. Nathan Basset, an accomplished lady, with a 
handsome fortune. (Monday, April 23, 1744.) 

On Monday fast Mr. Alexander Peronneau was 
married to Miss Margaret Hext, an agreeable and 
accomplished young lady. (Monday, December 31, 
1 744-) 

On Tuesday last Mr. Benjamin Matthewes was 
married to Miss Anne Holmes, a celebrated beauty, 
with a good fortune. (Monday, February 1 1, 1745.) 

[Paper issued Saturday, June 22, 1745, instead of 
Monday, June 24.] 

Last Thursday Thomas Monck, Esq., was married 
to Mrs. Mary De St. Julien, a lady of very great 
merit, with a good fortune. (Saturday, July 13, 
1 745-) 

[Papers issued Saturday, July 6, and Saturday, 
July 13, 1745, instead of Monday, July 8, and Mon- 
day, July 15. Paper issued Thursday, October 24, 
1745, instead of Monday, October 21. Paper issued 
Saturday, January 11, 1746, instead of Monday, 
January 13.] 

Mr. William Dry and Mr. Kenneth Michie were 
lately married to Miss Mary Jane Rhett and Miss 



Mary Clap, ladies of great fortune and merit. (Mon- 
day, February 10, 1746.) 

We hear that on Tuesday last Thomas Broughton, 
Esq., was married to the relict of Mr. Charles Izard, 
an agreeable young lady of great merit and fortune, 
and on Thursday Mr, Charles Hill was also married 
to Miss Sarah Smith, a young lady of good accom- 
plishments and a large fortune. (Monday, March 
10, 1746.) 

We hear that Culcheth Golightly, Esq., was mar- 
ried on Monday to Mrs. Mary Elliott, a very agree- 
able young lady, with a good fortune. (Monday, 
April 7, 1746.) 

[Paper issued Saturday, April 12, instead of Mon- 
day, April 14, 1746.] 

Last Wednesday John Dart, Esq., was married to 
Mrs. Mary Hext, widow. A gentlewoman endowed 
with all the qualifications necessary to render the 
nuptial state agreeable. (Monday, April 28, 1746.) 

[Paper issued Saturday, May 10, 1746, instead of 
Monday, May 12.] 

Last Thursday night Capt. Thomas Shubrick, (a 
wealthy and eminent merchant of this town) was mar- 
ried to Miss Sarah Motte, a beautiful and accom- 
plished young lady, with a handsome fortune. 
(Saturday, May 10, 1746.) 

Last Tuesday night Capt. Peter Comett was mar- 
ried to Miss Hannah Watson, an agreeable young 
lady, of great merit .with a handsome fortune. (Mon- 
day, July 14, 1746.) 

On Wednesday last Mr. James Edward Powell 
was married at Port Royal, to Miss Mary Williams, 



an accomplished young lady, and celebrated beauty. 
(Monday, July 21, 1746.) 

On Wednesday last Mr. Thomas Lloyd, lieutenant 
of one of our independent companies, was married to 
Miss Mary Mathewes, with a great fortune. (Mon- 
day, July 28, 1746.) 

On Monday last Mr. Christopher Gadsden, purser 
of his Majesty's ship Aldborough, was married to 
Miss Jane Godfrey, an agreeable young lady, of dis- 
tinguishable merit, with a good fortune. ' And on 
Wednesday Mr. Jemmitt Cobley, to Miss Hellen 
Wright. Also on Thursday, William Cattell, jun. 
Esq., to Miss Anne Fraser. And we hear that sev- 
eral other considerable matches will take place in a 
short time. (Monday, August 4, 1746.) 

Last week Mr. Francis Roche, merchant, was mar- 
ried to Miss Anne Simmons, a pretty young lady 
of great merit and fortune. (Monday, August 18, 
1 746.) 

[Paper issued Saturday, August 23, 1746, instead 
of Monday, August 25th, and no more issued until 
Monday, September 22, 1746. Papers issued Satur- 
day, October 4th, October 11th, and October 18th, 
instead of on the Mondays following.] 

On Tuesday last the Rev. Mr. Daniel Dwight was 
married to Miss Esther Cordes, a young lady of 
great merit and fortune. (Monday, April 27, 1747.) 

As was also on Wednesday, the Rev. Mr. Samuel 
Quincy, to Mrs. Elizabeth Hill, relict of the late 
Charles Hill, Esq., a gentlewoman possessed of every 
amiable quality and a great fortune. (Monday, 
April 27, 1747.) 



We hear from Beaufort that last week Capt. Hugh 
Campbell was married to Miss Catherine Delegall, 
eldest daughter of Major Philip Delegall, of Cape- 
Breton, a very agreeable young lady of great merit. 
(Monday, May u, 1747.) 

[After Monday, June 15, 1747, the paper was issued 
twice a week — Monday and Thursday.] 

Last Thursday the Hon. William Middleton, Esq., 
was married to Miss Sarah Wilkinson. As also John 
Moreton, Esq., to Miss Dorothy Dry. (Monday, 
August 3, 1747.) 

[Thursday issues discontinued after Thursday, 
July 27, 1747.] 

We hear from Port Royal that on the 6th instant, 
Mr. James Stirling, aged about twenty-four years, 
was married to Mrs. Jane Wood, a lady of eighty- 
four. (Monday, November 9, 1747.) 

Within a few days past there have been married 
in this town, Mr. Alexander Petree to Miss Elizabeth 
Holland, an agreeable young lady of great merit; 
Daniel Crawford, Esq., to Miss Polly Holland, sister 
to the lady just mentioned; Mr. John Yerworth to 
Miss Polly Livingston, a young lady so well known 
to polite company that it is unnecessary to say any 
more of her here ; and Mr. David Crawford to 
Miss Isabella Maine. (Monday, February 15, 
1748-) 

I After Monday, May 16, 1 748, the paper was issued 
on Wednesdays, the next paper appearing on Wed- 
nesday, May 25th. Returned to Monday after 
Wednesday, June 15th. After Monday, June 27th, 
issued on Saturdays.] 



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The same day ("Wednesday last"), Doct. John 
Moultrie was married to Mrs. Elizabeth Mathewes, 
a widow gentlewoman of great merit with a con- 
siderable fortune. (Saturday, July 9, 1748.) 

[Next paper after Saturday, July, 16th, issued 
Monday, July 25, 1748. Next paper after Monday, 
July 25th, issued Friday, July 29th. Next paper 
Monday, August 1st. Thereafter issued on Mon- 
days. Next paper after Monday, August 15th, issued 
Saturday, August, 27th. Next paper issued Tues- 
day, August 30th. The next Tuesday, September 
6th. The next Monday, September 1 2th. The next 
Wednesday, September 21st. The next Monday, Sep- 
tember 26th, and thereafter regularly on Mondays.] 

On Tuesday last, Mr. Benjamin Stead, an eminent 
merchant of this town, was married, to Miss Mary 
Johnson, daughter of the late Governor Johnson, an 
agreeable young lady, with a sufficient fortune and 
other accomplishments to render the nuptial state 
perfectly happy. (Monday, November 21, 1748.) 

[Next paper issued Saturday, December 3, 1748. 
Next paper Wednesday, December 7, 1748. Next 
paper Monday, December 12, 1748, and thereafter 
on Mondays until Monday, January 2, 1749. Next 
paper thereafter issued Thursday, January 19, 1749, 
and thereafter on Mondays to Monday, January 30, 
1 749, and the next paper thereafter was issued Satur- 
day, February 25, 1749. The next paper issued 
Wednesday, March 1, 1749, and the next Monday, 
March 6th, and thereafter on Mondays to Monday, 
March 27th. Next paper on Friday, April 7th, and 
next on Monday, April 10th, and thereafter on 
Mondays.] 



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Last Tuesday night, Mr. John Savage, an eminent 
merchant of this town, was married to Mrs. Allen, a 
handsome widow gentlewoman of great merit and 
fortune. (Monday, April 24, 1/49.) 

On Thursday last, Abraham Bosomworth, Esq., 
agent for Indian affairs, was married at Ashley-Ferry, 
to Miss Susanna Seabrook, a young lady endowed 
with all agreeable accomplishments and a fortune of 
,£15,000. (Monday, November 6, 1749.) 

Last week, Mr. Alexander Fraser was married to 
Miss Anne Harvey, a very agreeable and accom- 
plished young lady, with a considerable fortune. 
(Monday, November 13, 1749.) 

On Thursday last, Mr. John Ainslie was married 
to Miss Mary Child, an agreeable young lady and 
heiress; reputed the richest in this province. (Mon- 
day, January 22, 1750.) 

■ [Next paper after Monday, January 7, 1 75 1, issued 
Saturday, January 19, 1 75 1. Next issue on Monday, 
January 21st; next issue January 28th, and next 
Saturday, February 2d. Next issue on Monday, 
February nth, and thereafter on Mondays.] 

We hear that on Friday was 7-night, Mr. Francis 
Kinloch, only son of the Hon. James Kinloch, Esq., 
was married to Miss Nancy Cleland, the only child 
of the Hon. John Cleland, Esq., a young lady of fine 
accomplishments with a large fortune. (Monday, 
February 18, 1 75 1.) 

And that on Tuesday last, David Deas, Esq., 
merchant, was married to the relict of the late Mr. 
Kenneth Michie, a lady possessed of all the amiable 
qualities that promise uninterrupted felicity in the 
marriage state. (Ibid.) 



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As was also, on Thursday last, Mr. Sampson 
Neyle, merchant, to Miss Martha Garden (eldest 
daughter of the Rev. Mr. Alexander Garden, rector 
of this parish and our commissary), a very agreeable 
and accomplished young lady of distinguished merit, 
with a handsome fortune. (Ibid.) 

On Saturday the 24th past, Thomas Wright, Esq., 
was married to Miss Polly Moncrief, an agreeable 
young lady of extraordinary merit. (Monday, March 
4. I750- 

On Tuesday last, Mr. Robert Pringle, an eminent 
merchant of this town, was married to Mrs. Judith 
Bull, the relict of Stephen Bull, Esq., a lady of great 
merit and fortune. (Monday, April 22, 1 75 1.) 

On Wednesday last William Branford, Esq., was 
married to Miss Elizabeth Savage, an agreeable 
young lady with a handsome fortune. (Monday, 
April 29, 1 751.) 

On Thursday last Mr. Thomas Burrington, attorney 
at law, was married to Miss Katy Reid, a young 
lady of great beauty and merit; with a handsome 
fortune. (Monday, June 24, 1 75 1.) 

[Next paper after Monday, September 2d, issued 
on Friday, September 13, 1 75 1. Next issued Mon- 
day, September 16th ; next Monday, September 23d, 
and the next Thursday, October 3, 1 751, and the 
next on Monday, October 7th. Only one more 
issued between Monday 7, and Wednesday, October 
23, 1 75 1. Next issued Wednesday, October 30; the 
next Friday, November 8 ; the next Wednesday, 
November 13; the next Monday, November 18; 



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the next Monday, November 25 ; the next Friday, 
December 6, and thereafter on Fridays to the 20. 
Next paper issued on Wednesday, January 1, 1752.] 

Last night Rawlins Lowndes, Esq., was married 
to Miss Mary Cartwright, a young lady of great 
beauty and blessed with the most valuable accom- 
plishments. (Wednesday, January 1, 1752.) 

[Next paper issued Friday, Jan. 10 ; the next Wed- 
nesday, Jan. 22 ; the next Monday, Jan. 27; the next 
Saturday, Feb. 1, and thereafter on Saturdays to the 
22. The next on March 2.] 

Last Thursday John Drayton, Esq., was married 
to Miss Glen, sister to his Excellency, our Governor; 
a lady of celebrated beauty and merit, and endowed 
with every qualification that can render the nuptial 
state a happiness. (March 2, 1752.) 

Last Thursday John Lloyd, Esq., commander of 
Fort-Johnson, was married to Miss Rebecca Boone; 
a very agreeable young lady of distinguished merit, 
with a handsome fortune. (November 27, 1752.) 

On Tuesday last Mr. Charles Pinckney was 
married to Miss Frances Brewton. (January 8, 1753.) 

We hear from the country, that about three weeks 
ago, the Honorable Edward Fenwicke, Esq., was 
married to Miss Mary Drayton, an agreeable and 
accomplished young lady, daughter of Thomas Dray- 
ton, Esq. (March 19, 1753.) 

. On Saturday last, Doctor John Moultrie, Jr., was 
married to Mrs. Mary Morton,* a very agreeable 
young widow, with a large fortune, which is not 

* "Our readers are desired to correct a mistake in that paragraph of our 
last, which mentions Mr. Moultrie's marriage, the lady's name being there 
called Mary, when it should have been Dorothy." (May 7, 1753.) 



reckoned her most considerable accomplishment. 
(April 30, 1753.) 

On Monday last, Mr. George Roupell (one of the 
officers of his Majesty's customs for this port), was 
married to Miss Elizabeth Prioleau, an agreeable 
young lady with a handsome fortune and other ami- 
able accomplishments. (May 14, 1753.) 

About a fortnight ago, Mr. Samuel Wragg, mer- 
chant, was married to Miss Judith Rothmahler, an 
agreeable young lady of great and distinguished 
merit, etc. (May 21, 1753.) 

On Monday last, James Parsons, Esq., was married 
to Miss Susannah Miles, a handsome young lady, 
with a genteel fortune, and other accomplishments. 
(June 4, 1753.) 

On Thursday last, Mr. John Mayrant was married 
to Miss Anne Stone, a young lady esteemed beauti- 
ful, with a considerable fortune, etc. (October 1, 
1 753-) 

On Thursday evening, Mr. Morton Brailsford, of 
this town, merchant, was married to Miss Mary 
Stanyarne, of John's-Island, a very handsome young 
lady of real and conspicuous merit. (Monday, Octo- 
ber 29, 1753.) 

[Next paper after Monday, November 4, 1753, 
issued Friday, November 16, 1753, and the next 
issued on Tuesday, November 20, 1753, and there- 
after on Mondays to Monday, December 24. Next 
issue on Tuesday, January 1, 1754, and thereafter on 
Tuesdays.] 

Saturday evening arrived Capt. Chisman, from 
London, by whom we have very little news. The 



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same evening Mr. William Stone (merchant) was 
married to Miss Waldron, a passenger in the said 
ship, and a lady capable of rendering the nuptial 
state the greatest happiness. (Tuesday, January 22, 
1 754-) 

[Next paper issued Tuesday, April 23, 1754, issued 
on Friday, May 3, 1754. Next paper on Tuesday, 
May 7, 1754, and thereafter on Tuesdays to June 11. 
Next paper after that issued Thursday, June 20, 1 754, 
and thereafter on Thursdays. After issue of Thurs- 
day, August 15, 1754, the day of the week was 
omitted from the date of papers. Day of week 
replaced with issue of Thursday, January 16, 
1 755-] 

On Thursday last Thomas Lynch, Esq., was mar- 
ried to Miss Hannah Motte, fourth daughter of our 
public treasurer, a young lady of merit and beauty. 
(Thursday, March 13, 1755.) 

On Thursday last died, much lamented, Mr. Alex- 
ander Livie, of this town, merchant. The same 
evening Alexander Fraser, Esq., was married to Miss 
Mary Grimke, a young lady of merit, beauty and 
fortune enough to make any one happy in the nuptial 
state. (Thursday, March 27, 1755.) 

We hear from Ponpon that last Thursday Messrs. 
Archibald Stobo and David Maybank were married 
to Miss Elizabeth Skirving and Miss Hannah Splatt, 
two very agreeable young ladies of merit and with 
good fortunes. (Thursday, April 3, 1755.) 

[After issue of Thursday, April 1 7, 1 755, the day of 
the week was omitted from the date of the issues. 
Day of week replaced with issue of^Thursday, May 
I5.J755-Lj 



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Last Sunday evening Mr. Peter Manigault was 
married to Miss Elizabeth Wragg, a young lady pos- 
sessed of those qualifications that never fail to com- 
mand respect and to constitute happiness in the 
nuptial state. (Thursday, June 12, 1755.) 

Last Thursday Mr. Charles Mayne was married to 
a daughter of the Hon. James Michie, Esq., a most 
agreeable young lady, with fine accomplishments and 
a handsome fortune. (Thursday, October 9, 1755.) 

On Thursday last Mr. Benjamin d'Harriette, an 
eminent merchant of this town, was married to Mrs. 
Martha Fowler, relict of Mr. James Fowler, deceased. 
(Thursday, October 23, 1755.). 

On Monday evening Mr. Christopher Gadsden, an 
eminent merchant of this town, was married to Miss 
Mary Hasell, a very agreeable and accomplished 
young lady. (Thursday, January 1, 1750.) 

[The file of the Charleston Library is broken from 
July 21 to August 25, 1857, and from August 25. 
1757, to Friday, November 17, 1758. Paper issued 
Friday, December 29, 1 758, and the next followed 
Monday, January 1, 1759 ; the next Friday, January 
5, and thereafter on Fridays to Friday, January 19.] 

On Sunday last David Graeme, Esq., Attorney- 
General, and one of the representatives in the present 
assembly for Christ-Church Parish, was married to 
Miss Anne Matthewes, an heiress of great fortune 
and fine accomplishments. (Saturday, January 27, 
1759- 

[Paper issued Saturday, January 27, and next fol- 
lowed Thursday, February 1, and so alternated from,* 1 
Saturday to Thursday to Saturday, February 17.] 



Last Sunday evening Mr. William Blake, brother 
to Daniel Blake, Esq., was married to Miss Anne 
Izard, daughter of the late Walter Izard, Esq., a 
truly amiable young lady, with a large fortune. 
(Saturday, February 17, 1759.) 

The next evening Mr. Daniel Ravenel, Jr., was 
also married to Miss Charlotte Mazyck, one of the 
daughters of the late Paul Mazyck, Esq., possessed 
of the essential qualifications to render the nuptial 
state a blessing. (Ibid.) 

On Sunday evening last Doct. Samuel Carne, of 
this town, was married to Miss Catharine Bond, 
daughter of Jacob Bond, Esq., of Christ-Church 
Parish, a very agreeable young lady, of known merit, 
with a genteel fortune. (Saturday, February 24, 
1 759-) 

On Sunday evening Mr. George Inglis, an eminent 
merchant of this town, was married at Stono to Mrs. 
Claudia Elliott, relict of Capt. Thomas-Law Elliott, 
deceased ; a lady possessed of such qualifications as 
cannot fail to render the nuptial state the greatest 
earthly blessing. (Saturday, May 5, 1759.) 

Within a few days past have also been married 
Robert Williams, St., Esq., to Mrs. Gibbes, of Christ- 
Church Parish ; Mr. Thomas Stone, merchant, to 
Miss Guerin; Mr. John Deas, merchant, to Miss 
Allen; Mr. Job Milner to Miss Mary Bond; Mr. 
James Simmons to Miss Holmes, &c, &c, &c. And 
we hear that many more treaties of marriage will soon 
be concluded. (Saturday, May 5, 1 759.) 

On Tuesday last Mr. Isaac Holmes, merchant, was 

• married to Miss Rebecca Bee, one of the daughters 

of the late Col. John Bee. (Saturday, May 12, 1759.) 



Last week Mr. Archibald Stanyarne was married 
to Miss Sarah Elliott, a daughter of Thomas Elliott, 
Sr., Esq., of Stono. (Saturday, May 19, 1759.) 

Last Sunday se'nnight Mr. Miles Brewton of this 
town, merchant, was married to Miss Polly Izard, a 
daughter of the late Joseph Izard, Esq., deceased. 
(Saturday, June 2, 1759.) 

About a fortnight since Henry Hyrne, Esq., major 
of our provincial regiment, was married to the relict 
of the late Colcheth Golightly, Esq. (Saturday, 
July 7, 1759.) 

Last Sunday evening Mr. Daniel Horry, Jr., was 
married to Miss Judith Serre, an agreeable young 
lady, with a fortune of upwards of ,£5,000 sterling. 
(Saturday, December [5, 1759.) 

Last Sunday evening Mr. Thomas Farr, Jr., mer- 
chant, was married to Miss Elizabeth Holmes, 
daughter of the late Mr. Francis Holmes. As was 
Mr. Peter Leger, Jr., on the 16th instant, in the 
country, to Miss Elizabeth Haig, daughter of the 
late George Haig, Esq. (Saturday, November 29, 
1760.) 

On Tuesday last Mr. Thomas Bee, attorney at law, 
was married to Miss Susannah Holmes, a daughter 
of the late Hon. Isaac Holmes, Esq., deceased. 
(Saturday, May 9, 1 761.) 

Last week James Skirving, Esq., was married to 
Mrs. Sarah Champneys, relict of John Champneys, 
Esq., deceased. (Saturday, May 30, 1 761.) 

Last Sunday evening Mr. William Raven was 
married to Miss Henrietta Smith, a daughter of 
Thomas Smith, Sr., Esq. (Saturday, June 13, 1 761.) 



"The same evening" (Tuesday) "Mr. Andrew 
Robertson, merchant, was married to Miss Helen 
Crawford, a daughter of the late Daniel Crawford, 
Esq." (Saturday, June 20, 1 761.) 

And on the Thursday following (Monday, 30th ult.) 
Mr. Whitmarsh Fuller to Miss Judith Simpson. 
(Saturday, July 11, 1761.) 

On Wednesday Mr. James Laurens, merchant, was 
married to Mrs. Mary Crawford, the relict of Daniel 
Crawford, Esq., deceased. (Saturday, August 22, 
1761.) 

On Thursday, the 5th instant, was married, at 
Winyah, Mr. Robert Herriot to Miss Mary Oldfield,* 
and 

At Dorchester, Mr. Adam Daniel to Miss Anne 
Blake. (Saturday, November 14, 1761.) 

On Thursday last Mr. Joshua Ward, attorney at 
law, was married to Miss Sarah McCall, daughter of 
Mr. John McCall, merchant. (Saturday, April 24, 
1762.) 

On Thursday last John Ainslie, Esq., was married 
to the Right Hon. Lady Mary, one of the daughters 
of the Right Hon. the Earl of Cromartie, and relict of 
the Hon. Thomas Drayton, Esq., deceased. 

A few days before Mr. Arthur Peronneau, mer- 
chant, was married to Miss Mary Hutson, a daughter 
of the late Rev. Mr. William Hutson, and 

*On Monday, the 30th ult., Mr. Robert Herriot was married (at Winyah) 
to Miss Mary Oldfield, only daughter of the late John Oldfield, Esq. 
(Saturday, July 11, 1761-) 

The account in our last of Mr. Robert Herriot's marriage with Miss Mary 
Oldfield was premature; neither the gentleman nor the lady being married. 
(Saturday, July 18, 1761.) 



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Mr. William Mazyck to Miss Mary Mazyck, a 
daughter of Paul Mazyck, Esq., deceased. (Satur- 
day, June 19, 1762.) 

Last Sunday evening Mr. Plowden Weston, mer- 
chant, was married to Miss Hollybush; as 
was likewise, the preceding Tuesday, the Rev. Mr. 
Edmonds to Mrs. Sarah Broughton, relict of Thomas 
Broughton, Esq., deceased. (Saturday, July 24, 1 762.) 

The 2 1st instant, Peter Taylor, Esq., was married 
at Goose-Creek to Mrs. Anne Swann of Cape-Fear, 
relict of the Hon. John Swan, Esq., deceased. (Satur- 
day, October 30, 1762.) 

On the 1st instant, Mr. John Poaug, of this town, 
merchant, was married to Miss Charlotte Wragg, 
one of the daughters of the late Hon. Joseph Wragg, 
Esq. (Saturday, January 8, 1763.) 

On Wednesday last Doct. John Haly was married 
to Mrs. Mary Shaw, widow of Lachlan Shaw, Esq., 
deceased. As was likewise, on Thursday, Mr. 
Edward Martin, merchant, to Miss Elizabeth Walker. 
(Saturday, January 22, 1763.) 

Thursday last Capt. Robert Cochran was married 
to Miss Mary Elliott, eldest daughter of Mr. Artemas 
Elliott, deceased. (Saturday, February 5, 1 763 — 
continuation.) 

On Thursday last was married Joseph Elliott, 
Esq., of St. Andrew's parish, to Miss Catharine Bris- 
bane, daughter of William Brisbane, Esq. (Satur- 
day, March 26, 1763.) 

On Sunday last the Right Hon. Lord William 
Campbell, fourth son to his present Grace the Duke 
of Argyle, and commander of his majesty's ship the 



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Nightingale, was married to Miss Sarah Izard, 
daughter of the late Ralph Izard, Esq., a young lady 
esteemed one of the most considerable fortunes in 
the province. (Saturday, April 23, 1763.) 

Last Sunday evening, John Rutledge, Esq., attor- 
ney at law, was married to Miss Elizabeth Grimke, 
daughter of Frederick Grimke, Esq. (Saturday, 
May 7, 1763.) 

John Daniell, Esq., captain in Col. Burton's regi- 
ment, who was on the last expedition against the 
Cherokees, was married at Litchfield, in February 
last, to Miss Fenton, grand-daughter to the late Wil- 
liam Wedgwood of Haracles, in Staffordshire, Esq., 
whose estate she inherits to the amount of 30,000 I. 
sterl. (Saturday, May 14, 1763.) 

Last Sunday Mr. Thomas Loughton Smith, son of 
the hon. the speaker of the commons house of 
assembly of this province, was married to Miss Eliza- 
beth Inglis, daughter of Mr. George Inglis, merchant. 
As was the day following, John Troup, Esq., attorney 
at law, to Miss Frances Gordon, daughter of the late 
Alexander Gordon, Esq., who was clerk of his 
Majesty's council. (Saturday, June 4, 1763.) 

Last Sunday evening Jacob Motte, Esq., public 
treasurer of this province, was married to Mrs. Anne 
Pickering, widow of the late Mr. Joseph Pickering, 
merchant. And on Thursday James Postell, Esq., 
of Ashepoo, was married to Mrs. Hayes, widow of 
Mr. John Hayes, deceased. (Saturday, June 25, 
1763.) 

Last Tuesday evening Mr. Elias Vanderhorst (late 
a captain in Col. Middleton's regiment, but now of 
Charles-Town, merchant) was married to Miss Eliza- 



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beth Cooper, daughter of the late Thomas Cooper, 
Esq. (Saturday, July 16, 1763.) 

On Sunday last Mr. William Baker, merchant, was 
married to Miss Martha Screven, a daughter of the 
late James Screven, Esq., of James Island. (Satur- 
day, July 23, 1763.) 

Last Tuesday evening Mr. John Hetherington, of 
this town, merchant, was married to Miss Mary 
Miller, of Cainhoy, in St. Thomas's parish. (Satur- 
day, August 20, 1763.) 

A few days ago Capt. Henry Reeves was married 
to Miss Charlotte Elliott, a daughter of Mr. Artemas 
Elliott, deceased. (Saturday, September 10, 1763.) 

And on Thursday last Mr. John Webley, merchant, 
was married to Miss Anne Greenhow. (Saturday, 
September 17, 1763.) 

In our last paper, for Mr. John Webley, read Mr. 
Edward Webley, married to Miss Greenhow. (Satur- 
day, September 24, 1763.) 

On Thursday last Mr. Jonathan Sarrazin was 
married to Miss Lucy Lance, sister to Mr. Lambert 
Lance, merchant. (Saturday, October 1, 1763.) 

On Thursday evening Mr. John Champneys was 
married to Miss Anne Livingston, an amiable young 
lady, daughter of Mr. George Livingston. (Saturday, 
November 5, 1763.) 

Last Thursday Mr. Prince, lieutenant of his 
Majesty's ship the Mercury, was married to Miss 
Ann Lempriere, the daughter and only child of 
Capt. Clement Lempriere, of Christ-Church parish. 
(Saturday, November 19, 1763.) 



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On Thursday evening Mr. William Guerin, mer- 
chant, was married to Miss Mary Elliott, one of the 
sisters of Mr. Bernard Elliott, now in England. 
(Saturday, November 26, 1763.) 

On Thursday last Mr. Isaac Motte, late an officer 
in the army, and son of the public treasurer of this 
province, was married to Miss Anne Smith, daughter 
of Benjamin Smith, Esq., late speaker of the com- 
mons house of assembly. (Saturday, December 17, 
1763-) 

Last Thursday Mr. John Lloyd, merchant, was 
married to Mrs. Anne Jones, widow of the late Mr. 
John Jones. (Saturday, January 14, 1764.) 

On Monday Mr. James Gordon, of George-Town, 
merchant, was married to Miss Mary Vaux, daughter 
of Mr. John Vaux. (Saturday, February 18, 1764.) 

On Tuesday Mr. George Abbot Hall, merchant, 
to Miss Lois Matthewes, the daughter of John Mat- 
thewes, Esq., deceased. And on Thursday Dr. John 
Murray, to Lady Anne Atkin, one of the daughters 
of the Right Hon. the Earl of Cromartie, and sister to 
Lady Mary Ainslie. (Saturday, February 18, 1764.) 

On Thursday last William Henry Drayton, Esq., 
son of the Hon. John Drayton, Esq., was married to 
Mrs. Dorothy Golightly, a very amiable young lady, 
and an heiress of great fortune and merit. (Saturday, 
March 31, 1764.) 

[Next paper Saturday, August 25, 1764. Next 
Monday, October 1, 1764.] 

July 19th, Mr. Maurice Simmons was married at 
George-Town to Miss Mary Mitchell, daughter of 
Thomas Mitchell, Esq. (Monday, October 8, 1764.) 



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Last Thursday Thomas Foley, Esq., commander 
of his Majesty's ship the Escorte, was married to 
Miss Catherine Mellichamp, a daughter of Mr. 
Thomas Mellichamp, who made such useful dis- 
coveries a few years ago in the manufacturing of 
indico. (Monday, November 5, 1764.) 

Last night Peter Bacot, Esq., was married to Miss 
Elizabeth Harramond. (Monday, November 12, 
1 764 — supplement.) 

Thursday, the 13th, instant, Henry Smith, Esq., 
was married to Miss Elizabeth Ball, daughter of the 
late Mr. John Cuming Ball, of St. John's parish in 
Berkley county. (Monday, December 24, 1764.) 

Yesterday James Postell, Esq., of Ashepoo, was 
married to Miss Catharine Douxsaint, of this town. 
(Monday, December 31, 1764.) 

Yesterday Mr. John Hatfield was married to Miss 
Sarah Swallow, sister to Mr. Newman Swallow, 
merchant. (Monday, January 7, 1765.) 

[After Monday, January 7, 1765, issued on Satur- 
day instead of Monday.] 

Last Sunday Capt. John Jennings, of Bermuda, 
was married to Miss Mary Dutarque, daughter of 
John Dutarque, Esq., of Cainhoy. (Saturday, Jan- 
uary 26, 1765.) 

As was on Tuesday Mr. John Dart, merchant, to 
Miss Martha Motte, daughter of Jacob Motte, Esq., 
public treasurer of the province. (Ibid.) 

The 17th ult., was married at Sheldon (the seat 
of Stephen Ball, Jr., Esq., in Prince William's parish), 
Benjamin Garden, Esq., to Miss Amelia Godin 



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daughter of the late Benjamin Godin, Esq., the 
elder. (Saturday, February 2, 1765.) 

Thursday last Mr. George Croft, merchant, was 
married to Miss Elizabeth Leger. And 

Doctor Michael Hackett to Mrs. Elizabeth White, 
of Monck's-Corner. (Saturday, February 16, 1765 — 
supplement.) 

Thursday last Mr. Lambert Lance, merchant, was 
married to Miss Anne Magdalen Kerne, lately arrived 
here from London. (Saturday, February 23, 1765.) 

Last Sunday evening Mr. David Bruce, printer, 
was married to Mrs. Eleanor Dryden, milliner. 
(Saturday, April 13, 1765.) 

On Sunday, the 5th instant, Mr. Andrew Reid was 
married to Miss Elizabeth Sarrazin. (Saturday, 
May ii, 1765.) 

The 10th instant the Honourable Benjamin Heron, 
Esq., secretary of the province of North Carolina, 
was married at Wilmington to Miss Mary Marsden, 
daughter of the late Rufus Marsden, Esq. (Saturday, 
June 22, 1765.) 

The same evening (Monday) Mr. Thomas Grim- 
ball, attorney-at-law, was married to Miss Mary Prio- 
leau, second daughter of Samuel Prioleau, Esq. 
(Saturday, June 29, 1765.) 

The 4th instant Mr. Champernown Williamson 
was married, in St. John's parish, to Miss Charlotte 
Mazyck, daughter of Mr. Benjamin Mazyck. (Satur- 
day, July 20, 1765.) 

Last Sunday also was married Mr. John Nevill, 
attorney-at-law, to Miss Nathalie Orr, daughter of 
the Rev. Mr. Orr, deceased. (Ibid.) 



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As were, on Thursday, Mr. Isaac Hayne to Miss 
Elizabeth Hutson, daughter of the late Rev. Mr. 
William Hutson, deceased; and Mr. John Mitchell 
to Mrs. Sarah Macpherson, widow of Mr. James 
Macpherson, Jr. (Ibid.) 

-day Mr. Robert Rowand, merchant, was mar- 
ried to Mackewn, of Stono, widow. (Saturday, 

September 14, 1765.) 

sday last William Scott, Esq., one of the new 

representatives for St. Andrew's parish, was married 
to Miss Sarah Brailsford, daughter of the late Mr. 
Joseph Brailsford, (Saturday, October 19, 1765.) 

The same day Lachlan Mackintosh, Esq., late an 
officer in one of the independent companies that were 
disbanded upon the peace, was married to Miss Eliza- 
beth Smith, the daughter of Mr. Francis Smith, of 
Stono. (Ibid.) 

[No paper issued October 26, 1765, but instead on 
Thursday, October 31. Discontinued from that date 
to Monday, June 2, 1766, when it reappeared.] 

On Thursday last Mr. Thomas Jones, merchant, 

was married to Miss Townsend, daughter to 

Mr.- Paul Townsend, merchant. (Monday, June 
9, 1766.) 

From Jamaica we learn that Mr. William Dering, 
of this province, was married there on the 25th past 
to the widow of George Alpress, Esq.; possessed of 
a fortune of 4,oool. Jamaica money per annum, dur- 
ing her natural life; and that she was unfortunately 
drowned the 29th, returning from Spanish-Town to 
her estate in Withywood, in attempting to cross Dry 
river, by which her whole estate devolves to an only 
son of Mr. Alpress. (Monday, June 30, 1766.) 



3Q 

In our last, for " Mr. William Dering," read Mr. 
Cholmondeley Dering, married to the widow Alpress, 
&c. (Monday, July 7, 1766.) 

Yesterday se'nnight Capt. Alexander Gillon, of 
the brigantine Free-Mason, was married to Mrs. 
Mary Cripps, widow of Mr. William Cripps. (Mon- 
day, July 14, 1766.) 

On Sunday morning Doctor Lionel Chalmers was 
married to Miss Elizabeth Warden. (Monday, 
August 25, 1766.) 

On Sunday, the 7th instant, Thomas Fuller, Esq., 
of St. Andrew's parish, was married, at Ashley-Ferry, 
to Mrs. Elizabeth Miles, relict of Mr. Edward Miles. 
(Monday, September 15, 1766.) 

Last Tuesday Mr. Alexander Michie was married 
to Miss Henrietta Carroll. (Ibid.) 

Last Saturday Capt. John Moncrieff was married 
to Miss Polly Fly. And yesterday Mr. Alexander 
Chisolme, Jr., to Miss Christiana Chisolme. (Mon- 
day, October 6, 1766.) 

Thursday evening Mr. Samuel Prioleau, Jr., was 
married to Mrs. Catharine Cordes, a daughter of the 
late John Cordes, Esq. (Monday, October 13, 1766.) 

We hear from Port-Royal that on Saturday last 
Benjamin Guerard, Esq. (one of the representatives 
in the present general assembly of the parish of St. 
Michael, Charles-Town), was married there to Miss 
Sally Middleton, a most amiable and accomplished 
young lady, daughter of Thomas Middleton, Esq., 
who commanded the provincial regiment in the expe- 
dition against the Cherokees, conducted by Col. Grant, 
in the year 1761. (Monday, December 1, 1766.) 



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Wednesday last Mr. John Mathewes (son of John) 
was married to Miss Mary Wragg, daughter of Wil- 
liam Wragg, Esq., one of the representatives in 
assembly for the parish of St. John, in Colleton 
county. (Monday, Decembers, 1766.) 

Thomas Gadsden, Esq., with Mrs. Gadsden (a 
daughter of Admiral Gascoigne, whom he married in 
England), Mr. John Huger, and Mr. Paul Mazyck, 
are arrived here from London in the ship Constant- 
Friend, Capt. Alcock. (Monday, December 15, 1766.) 

Tuesday last, the Honourable Thomas Skottowe, 
Esq., (brother-in-law to Robert Wood, Esq., member 
of parliament) secretary of this province, and clerk of 
the council, and assembly under several patents, and 
also a member of his Majesty's honorable council in 
this province, was married to Miss Lucy Bellinger, 
one of the daughters of Edmond Bellinger, Esq., of 
St. Andrew's parish. (Monday, December 29, 1766.) 

Yesterday was married at Ponpon, Mr. Andrew 
Cunningham, of this town, merchant, to Mrs. Mar- 
garet Cochran, relict of Doctor John Cochran. (Mon- 
day, January 5, 1767.) 

Yesterday Mr. William Somersall, of St. Christo- 
pher's, was married to Miss Sarah Legare, daughter 
of Mr. Thomas Legare, of this town. (Monday, 
January 12, 1867.) 

Thursday last, Mr. John Lord, carver and gilder, 
was married to Miss Margaret Broun, daughter of 
the late Doctor Robert Broun, deceased. (Tuesday, 
February 24, 1767.) 

The 15th instant, Mr. Robert Swainston, of Wat- 
boo, was married to Miss Deborah Sabb, of St. John's 
parish. (Ibid.) 



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Last Sunday, Mr. John Matthewes (son of 
James) was married to Miss Nancy Havey (a cele- 
brated beauty) and daughter of Mr. John Harvey. 
(Ibid.) 

The same day Mr. Thomas Netherclift, of Savan- 
nah in Georgia, merchant, was married to Miss Anne 
McQueen, daughter of the late John McQueen, Esq., 
of this town. (Tuesday, February 24, 1767.) 

Yesterday Mr. William Cattell, was married to 
Miss Sabina Lynch, one of the daughters of Thomas 
Lynch, Esq. (Monday, March 9, 1767.) 

"The same day Anthony La Motte, Esq., (only son 
of Messire Rene Douin de la Motte, one of the 
French King's council, and chief secretary to the 
Ministry) was married to Miss Dorcas Randall, an 
accomplished young lady and only daughter of 
William Randall, Esq., surveyor-general of his 
Majesty's customs in the southern district of North 
America." (Ibid. Evidently copied from some other 
paper as the paragraph is quoted.) 

On Tuesday last, Mr. John Gordon, of this town, 
merchant, was married to Miss Katharine Smith, a 
daughter of the Honourable William Smith, Esq., of 
New York. (Monday, March 16, 1767.) 

Yesterday Mr. John Huger, was married to Miss 
Charlotte Motte, Daughter of Jacob Motte, Esq., 
public treasurer of this province. (Ibid.) 

Tuesday the 21st past, Capt. Thomas Savage, of 
the Charles Town company of light infantry, was 
married at Savannah in Georgia, to Miss Polly But- 
ler, only daughter of the late William Butler, Esq., 
of that province. (Monday, May 11, 1767.) 



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On Thursday the 23d past, Doctor John De La 
Howe, was married to Mrs. Anne Boyd, widow of 
Capt. Robert Boyd. (Ibid.) 

[Next paper issued Monday, June 1.] 

On Thursday last, Mr. James Graham, late of 
Savannah in Georgia, merchant, largely concerned 
in supplying goods for the Indian trade, was married 
to Miss Sally Stuart, eldest daughter of John Stuart, 
Esq., his Majesty's superintendent for Indian affairs 
in the southern department (Monday, J uly 20, 1 767.) 

Yesterday se'nnight, Benjamin Huger, Esq., was 
married to Miss Mary Golightly, a daughter and 
heiress to the late Culcheth Golightly, Esq. (Mon- 
day, July 27, 1767.) 

Monday last, Mr Francis Verambaut, was married 
to Miss La Tour. (Monday, August 3, 1767.) 

The same day (Tuesday), Mr. Anthony Toomer 
was married to Miss Nancy Warham, daughter of 
Mr. Charles Warham, vendue master. (Monday, 
August 10, 1767.) 

Last night Mr. Edward Thomas, of St. John's 
parish, was married to Miss Anne Gibbes, daughter 
of Mr. William Gibbes, of this town. (Monday, Sep- 
tember 28, 1767.) 

Last Tuesday Mr. Andrew Rutledge, merchant, 
was married to Miss Elizabeth Gadsden, daughter of 
Christopher Gadsden, Esq. (Monday, October 5, 
1767.) 

Last Tuesday Mr. John Baker, merchant, was 

married to Miss Amy Legare, daughter of Mr. 

Thomas Legare, an eminent factor (for the country 

gentlemen) in this town. (Monday, October 19, 1 767.) 

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On Thursday last, Mr. Alexander Alexander, 
schoolmaster, was married to Miss Rachel Anderson. 
As was 

Last night, the Honourable John Burn, Esq., one of 
the members of his Majesty's council, to Mrs. Anne 
Baron, widow of the late Rev. Mr. Alexander Baron. 
And 

Mr. David Guerard, to Miss Judith De St. Julien. 
(Monday, October 26, 1767.) 

The same day (Tuesday), Mr. James Stanyarne 
was married to Mrs. Henrietta Raven, relict of the 
late William Raven, Esq. (Monday, November 2, 
1767.) 

Last Monday, Mr. John McCall, Jr., was married 
to Miss Charlotte Glen, daughter of Mr. William 
Glen, merchant. (Monday, Nov. 16, 1767.) 

Last night Mr. George Blakey, was married to 
Mrs. Elizabeth Roffe, widow of Capt. John Roffe. 
(Monday, November 23, 1767.) 

The 19th instant, Mr. Edward Griffith, merchant, 
was married to Miss Martha Miles, daughter of Mr. 
Thomas Miles, of St. Paul's parish. (Monday, Nov. 
30, 1767.) 

Last night Mr. Alexander* Sands, merchant, was 
married to Miss Hannah Dewick, eldest daughter of 
the late Doctor Dewick. And 

Mr. Robert Beard to Miss Mary Colles. (Ibid.) 

Last Thursday Andrew Bell, Esq., of Ninetysix, 
was married to Miss J nne Murray, sister to Dr. 
Murray. (Monday, December 7, 1767.) 

* " In our last for Mr. Alexander read James Sands married Miss Dewick." 
Monday, December 7, 1767.) 



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As was last night Mr. Daniel Stevens to Miss 
Katharine Patience Norton ; and Mr. Benjamin 
Wilkins to Miss Barnes. (Ibid.) 

Last night Mr. George Thomson, merchant, to 
Miss Jane Yorston, lately arrived from Scotland. 
(Monday, December 14, 1767.) 

This day Mr. Richard Nicholls was married to 
Miss Anne Magaw. (Monday, January 18, 1768.) 

Last Saturday Mr. David Dott, merchant, was 
married to Miss Sally Baker, of Ashley River. 
(Monday, February 15, 1768.) 

Monday last Daniel Horry, Esq., was married to 
Miss Harriet Pinckney, only daughter of the Hon. 
Charles Pinckney, Esq., deceased. (Monday, Febru- 
ary 22, 1768.) 

Thursday also was married Mr. Charles Shepheard, 
merchant, to Miss Elizabeth Ratchiff, daughter of 
Mr. Thomas Ratchiff. (Monday, February 22, 1 768.) 

As was yesterday, the Rev. Mr. John Thomas, 
pastor of the independent meeting in this town, to 
Miss Polly Lamboll, the only child of Thomas Lam- 
boll, Esq. (Monday, February 22, 1768.) 

On the 17th past Mr. George Mullins, of Stono, 
was married to Mrs. Elizabeth Miles, relict of Capt. 
Silas Miles. (Monday, April 4, 1768.) 

Last Sunday sennight Mr. John Richardson, of 
St. Augustine, merchant, was married to Miss Amy 
Welshuysen, of this place, one of the daughters of 
the late Daniel Welshuysen, Esq. (Ibid.) 

The same evening (Thursday) Mr. John Bull was 
married to Miss Eleanor Purry, only daughter and 



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heiress to the late Charles Purry, Esq., of Beaufort. 
(Ibid.) 

Last Thursday Mr. Roger Smith, merchant, was 
married to Miss Polly Rutledge, eldest daughter of 
the late John Rutledge, Esq. (Monday, April n, 
1768.) 

Last night Mr. James Roulain, of St. Thomas's 
parish, was married to Mrs. Angelica Varambaut, 
widow of Mr. Francis Varambaut. (Monday, July 
18, 1768.) 

The Reverend Mr. James Tongs, rector of the said 
parish (St. Paul's), was, on the 5th instant, married to 
Miss Susanna Perry, daughter of Edward Perry, 
Esquire. (Monday, September 19, 1768.) 

On Thursday last Mr. Robert Dillon was married 
to Miss Christiana Chiffelle, youngest daughter of the 
Rev'd Mr. Chiffelle, deceased, late rector of St. 
Peter's parish, Purrysburg. (Monday, October 10, 
1768.) 

On Tuesday last was married Mr. Thomas 
Doughty to Miss Mary Legare, daughter of Mr. 
Daniel Legare, Sr. (Monday, October 17, 1768.) 

As was also, on Thursday, Mr. William Richard- 
son, merchant, to Miss Anne Guignard, daughter of 
the late Mr. Gabriel Guignard. (Ibid.) 

On the 4th instant arrived, at Brunswick, the Snow 
Peggy, Capt. Pollock, with 175 passengers from Glas- 
gow. Lately married there : Mr. John Daniel to 
Miss Anne Quince, daughter of Richard Quince, 
Esq., an eminent merchant there, and Mr. John 
Ancrum, merchant, to Miss Mary Hasell. (Monday, 
October 24, 1768.) 



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On the 15th past, was married at Camden (late 
Pine-Tree Hill), Mr. James Cook, one of the pro- 
vincial surveyors to Miss Sarah Millhous. (Ibid.) 

Yesterday were married Mr. Samuel Thomas, Jr., 
to Miss Jane Douxsaint, daughter of Paul Doux- 
saint, Esq., and John Colcock, Esq., attorney at law 
to Miss Miliscent Jones. (Monday, October 31, 
1768.) 

Last Thursday Mr. James Lyton Richards, of 
Stono, was married to Mrs. Elizabeth Pagett, relict 
of Mr. Henry Pagett of the same place. (Monday, 
November 7, 1768.) 

Tuesday last Mr. James Christie, ot btono, was 
married to Miss Hapbzibab Rose, daughter of the 
late Mr. Thomas Rose. (Thursday, November 24, 
1768.) 

[After Monday, November 21, 1768, day of pub- 
lication was changed to Thursday by the advice of 
the friends of the paper.] 

Last Thursday Mr. John Scott, Jr. (son of John), 
was married to Miss Sarah Peronneau. (Thursday, 
December 22, 1768.) 

Last Tuesday Mr. John Webb, merchant, was 
married to Miss Polly Doughty, daughter to the late 
Mr. Thomas Doughty. (Thursday, January 5, 1769.) 

Last Sunday William Wragg, Esq., was married 
to Miss Henrietta Wragg, an accomplished young 
lady, and one of the daughters of the Honourable 
Joseph Wragg, Esq., deceased. (Thursday, February 
9, 1769.) 

On Sunday last Captain George Higgins, of the 
Snow Portland of this port, in the London trade, 



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was married to Miss Elizabeth Colles, third daughter 
of the late Mr. Robert Colles. (Thursday, February 
1 6, 1769.) 

Last Thursday Mr. Arnout Schermerhorn was 
married to Miss Polly Mackey, daughter of the late 
Captain John Mackey. (Thursday, March 2, 1769.) 

Last Sunday night Mr. William Lee, watchmaker, 
was married to Miss Anna Theus, daughter of Mr. 
Jeremiah Theus, Limner. (Thursday, March 2, 1769.) 

Last Thursday James Skirving, Esq., was married 
to Mrs. Charlotte Matthewes, relict of Mr. James 
Matthewes, deceased. (Thursday, March 23, 1769.) 

Tuesday last Mr. Tailfer, of Savannah in Georgia, 
merchant, was married to Miss Eliza Bellinger, 
daughter of Edmund Bellinger, Esq. (Thursday, 
March 23, 1769.) 

Last Thursday Mr. James Harvey, merchant, was 
married to Miss Mary Gibbes, daughter of Mr. 
Culcheth Gibbes, of Ashepoo. (Thursday, March 
30, 1769.) 

Sunday last Roger Pinckney, Esq., provost-mar- 
shal of this province, was married to Mrs. Susannah 
Hume, widow of Robert Hume, Esq. (Ibid.) 

As was the same day Mr. Thomas Walter, mer- 
chant, to Miss Anne Lesesne, daughter of Mr. Isaac 
Lesesne, of Daniel's-Island. (Ibid.) 

Last Monday morning John Mackenzie, Esq., was 
married to Miss Sarah Smith, daughter of Thomas 
Smith, Esq. (of Broad-street), immediately after 
which the new married couple set out for Castle- 
Brawn, Mr. Mackenzie's seat at Goose-Creek. , (Thurs- 
day, April 6, 1 769., . 



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Last Thursday Mr. Alex. Wright, son of his 
excellency Governor Wright, of Georgia, was married 
to Miss Elizabeth Izard, daughter of the late John 
Izard, Esq., of this province, with a fortune of 30,000! 
sterling. (Thursday, April 13, 1769.) 

Last Tuesday se'nnight Dr. George Haig, of St. 
Paul's parish, was married to Miss Susannah Mac- 
kewn, daughter of the late Kobert Mackewn, Esq. 
(Thursday, May 4, 1769.) 

Monday the 15th instant, Mr. William Johnson 
was married to Miss Sarah Nightingale, daughter of 
Mr. Thomas Nightingale. (Thursday, May 25, 
1769.) 

On Friday the 19th instant Dr. William Reming- 
ton was married to Miss Anne Eaton, of Edisto. 
(Ibid.) 

Last Thursday Mr. Henry Webster, of Ponpon, 
was married to the widow Ford, of Will-Town. 
(Ibid.) 

On Thursday last Mr. Thomas Corbett, of this 
town, merchant, was married to Miss Margaret 
Harleston, youngest daughter of the late John Har- 
leston, Esq., of St. John's parish, Berkley county. 
(Thursday, June 15, 1769.) 

On Thursday last Charles Augustus Steward, Esq., 
first captain in his Majesty's 21st regiment, was mar- 
ried to Miss Sally Powell, daughter of Col. George- 
Gabriel Powell, of Prince-George's parish. . (Thurs- 
day, June 22, 1769.) 

Last Sunday Mr. John Bull was married to Miss 
Sarah Phillips, late of the Island of Jamaica. 
(Thursday, July 20, 1769.) 



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Last night Mr. Godin Guerard, son of the late 
Hon. John Guerard, Esq., was married to Miss Anne 
Matthewes, daughter of the John Matthewes, Esq. 
(Thursday, August 24, 1769.) 

The same letters* advise of the marriage of John 
Greg, Esq., secretary to the Hon. Commissioner for 
the sale of the ceded islands, to a young lady, at St. 
Vincent's, of accomplishments far superior to her 
great fortune. (Thursday, August 31, 1769.) 

On Thursday last Mr. Richard Wayne, merchant, 
was married to Miss Elizabeth Clifford, of St. Bar- 
tholomew's parish, daughter of the late Mr. Thomas 
Clifford. (Thursday, September 21, 1769.) 

On Thursday, the 26th past, Mr. William Miles, 
of Ashepoo, was married to Miss Mary Elliott, one 
of the daughters of Mr. Thomas Elliott, of Wappoo. 
(Supplement, Tuesday, November 14, 1769.) 

Last Sunday Mr. George Ancrum, merchant, was 
married to Miss Catherine Porcher, eldest daughter 
of Isaac Porcher, Esq. (Thursday, November 30, 
1769.) 

The 19th instant Mr. Eli Kershaw, of Rocking- 
ham, was married to Miss Mary Cantey, daughter of 
Capt. John Cantey, of Camden. (Thursday, Novem- 
ber 30, 1769.) 

Yesterday se'nnight Mr. John Brailsford, merchant, 
was married to Miss Polly Moncrief, daughter of Mr. 
Richard Moncrief. (Thursday, December 7, 1769.) 

This day Mr. Barnard Beekman and Mr. Robert 
Howie were married; the former to Mrs. Elizabeth 
Scott, widow of Mr. Joseph Scott; the latter to Miss 

* From Dominica of July 30th. 



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Susanna Lesesne; both daughters of the late Mr. 
James Lesesne, of Daniel's-Island. (Thursday, 
December 14, 1769.) 

Mr. John Wilson was also married to Miss Polly 
Rivers, of James Island. (Ibid.) 

On Monday last Mr. Edward Lightwood, merchant, 
was married to Miss Elizabeth Peronneau, eldest 
daughter of Mr. Samuel Peronneau, deceased. 
(Thursday, January 4, 1770.) 

The same day Mr. William Morgan was married 
to Miss Chanler, one of the daughters of the late 
Rev. Isaac Chanler, deceased. (Ibid.) 

On the 28th past Mr. John Jones was married to 
Miss Mary Sharp, daughter of James Sharp, Esq., of 
Ponpon. (Thursday, January n, 1770.) 
• This day the Rev. Hugh Alison was married to 
Miss Dolly Smiser, daughter of Mr. Balthazar 
Smiser. (Thursday, January 11, 1770.) 

As was Mr. Daniel Bourdeaux, merchant, to Miss 
Patty Smith, second daughter of the Rev. Josiah 
Smith. (Ibid.) 

Last Tuesday se'nnight Mr. William Carsan, of 
this town, merchant, was married to Miss Rebecca 
Lloyd, only daughter of the late Capt. John Lloyd, 
who was some years commander of Fort Johnson. 
(Thursday, January 18, 1770.) 

On Monday last Mr. Samuel Green, of Hilton- 
Head, was married to M iss Susanna Chanler, youngest 
daughter of the Rev. Isaac Chanler, deceased. (Ibid.) 

On the instant Mr. John Matthewes (son 

of James) was married to Miss Sarah Scott, daughter 



of Col. John Scott, of Boston, in New-England. 
(Ibid.) 

This day Mr. William Doughty, merchant, was 
married to Miss Rachel Porcher, youngest daughter 
of Isaac Porcher, Esq. (Thursday, March 8, 1770, 
news for February 22, 1770.) 

Last Thursday Mr. William Glen, Jr., of this town, 
merchant, was married to Miss Martha Miller, 
daughter of Stephen Miller, Esq., of Cainboy. (Thurs- 
day, April 19, 1770, news for April 12.) 

On the 13th instant, Mr Brian Cape, merchant, 
was married to Mrs. Mary Hetherington, widow of 
Mr. John Hetherington, and daughter of Capt. 
Stephen Miller, of Cainboy. (Thursday, May 17, 
1770, supplement,) 

Last Monday Mr. David Gillespie, A. B., was 
married to Mrs. Mary Rogers, widow of Capt. James" 
Rogers. (Ibid.) 

On the 10th instant, Mr. Robert Rose, of St. 
Andrew's parish, was married to Miss Rebecca Rivers, 
daughter of the late Mr. John Rivers. (Thursday, 
May 24, 1770.) 

Last Sunday Mr. Thomas Rose, of St. Andrew's 
parish, was married to Miss Mary-Ann Clark Saun- 
ders, daughter of the late Joshua Saunders, Esq., of 
St. Bartholomew's parish. (Thursday, May 24, 1770.) 

The 15th instant, Capt. Edward Darrell was 
married to Miss Ann Smith, daughter of the Rev. 
Josiah Smith. (Ibid.) 

This day (not before), Mr. Samuel Hopkins, baker, 
was married to Mrs. Frances Dandridge, widow of 
Mr. William Dandridge. (Thursday, June 21, 1770.) 



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Last Sunday morning Mr. Jonathan Sarrazin was 
married to Mrs. Sarah Prioleau, relict of the late 
Elijah Prioleau, Esq. (Thursday, July 26, 1770.) 

This day Mr. William Air was married to Miss 
Polly Stephenson, daughter of the late Mr. Charles 
Stephenson, merchant. (Thursday, August 2, 1770.) 

Last Sunday Mr. William Hopkins was married to 
Miss Elizabeth Welch, niece to Mr. Samuel Wain- 
wright. (Supplement, Monday, August 20, 1770.) 

From Barbados, we learn that Mr. Isaac Peace, 
late of this town, was married on the 30th of July 
last, to Miss Elizabeth Gibson, a young lady of great 
merit, with a handsome fortune, daughter of Row- 
land Gibson, Esq., of that Island. (Thursday, Sep- 
tember 20, 1770.) 

Last week, died at the Horse-Shoe, Mr. John 
Law, son to a lieutenant-governor of the colony of 
Connecticut, and lately married to the widow of Mr. 
William Glover. (Ibid.) 

Last Sunday John Waring, Esq., was married to 
Mrs. Charlotte Williamson, widow of the late Mr. 
Champernown Williamson. (Ibid.) 

Sunday se'nnight Mr. David Guerard was married 
to Miss Martha Barnwell, daughter of John Barn- 
well, Esq., of Port-Royal. (Thursday, September 
27, 1770.) 

The same night (Saturday), Mr. William Lesley, 
was married to Mrs. Mary Stokes, widow of the Rev. 
Mr. Stokes. (Ibid.) 

Last Sunday Stephen Miller, Esq., of Cainboy, 
was married to Miss Mary Roche, daughter of the 



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late Mr. Francis Roche. (Thursday, September 27, 
1770.) 

On Sunday last Mr. James Taylor, bookbinder 
and stationer, was married to Miss Ann Chopard, 
daughter of the late Mr. Daniel Chopard. (Thurs- 
day, October 4, 1770.) 

Last Monday evening Peter DeLancey, Esq., his 
Majesty's D. postmaster-general for the southern 
district of North America, was married to Miss Eliza- 
beth Beresford, second daughter of Richard Beres- 
ford, Esq. (Ibid.) 

This day Dr. James Weems Moore, was married 
to Miss Susannah Jones, daughter of the late Mr. 
Charles Jones, Sr., of Ponpon. (Ibid.) 

The 27th past, Mr. Thomas Combs, of St. Barthol- 
omew's parish, was married to the widow of Mr. 
John Mayers. (Thursday, November 8, 1770.) 

This day Elias Horry, Jr., Esq., a member of the 
present commons house of assembly of this province, 
was married to Miss Elizabeth Branford, eldest 
daughter of the late William Branford, Esq., an 
heiress of a very considerable fortune, besides other 
accomplishments. (Thursday, November 15, 1770.) 

On Thursday last Mr. Alexander Mazyck, was 
married to the amiable Miss Charlotte Broughton, 
daughter of Nathaniel Broughton, Esq. (Thursday, 
November 22, 1770.) 

This day Mr. Andrew Lord, of this town, merchant, 
was married to Mrs. Anne Gadsden, widow of 
Thomas Gadsden, Esq. (Ibid.) 

" Lately was married at New York, Mr. Joseph 
Smith, son of the Hon. William Smith, Esq., deceased, 



45 

of that place, to Miss Elizabeth Gordon, eldest 
daughter of John Gordon, Esq., of this town — a 
very amiable young lady." (Thursday, November 29, 
1770.) 

Last Tuesday Mr. John Brewton, merchant, was 
married to Miss Polly Weyman, daughter of Mr. 
Edward Weyman. (Thursday, January 10, 1771 ) 

On Thursday last Major Pierce Butler, of His 
Majesty's 26th Regiment, was married to Miss Polly 
Middleton, daughter of the late Col. Thomas Mid- 
dleton, who commanded the Provincial Regiment on 
the expedition against the Cherokees in 1761. 
(Thursday, January 17, 1 771.) 

This morning Robert Williams, Jr., Esq., lately 
returned from England, was married to Miss Anne 
Roper, eldest daughter of William Roper, Esq. 
(Thursday, February 7, 1771.) 

On Thursday last Mr. John Brown, of John's-Island, 
was married to Miss Elizabeth Graves, of James- 
Island. (Thursday, February 14th news in paper of 
Thursday, February 28, 1771.) 

On Tuesday the 5th instant, Mr. Arnoldus Van- 
derhorst was married to Miss Elizabeth Raven, only 
child of the late William Raven, Esq., deceased. 
(Thursday, March 14, 1 7 7 1 .) 

The same day (Tuesday), Mr. William Scott, Jr., 
was married to Miss Elizabeth Legare, daughter of 
Mr. Daniel Legare, Sr. (Thursday, April 4, 1771.) 

Last Sunday Doctor Peter Spence, of Ponpon, was 
married to Miss Fanny Brown, eldest daughter of 
Joseph Brown, Esq., of George-Town. (Thursday, 
April 11, 1771.) 



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Last Tuesday Mr. Isaac Chandler, M. D., was mar- 
ried to Miss Sally White. (Thursday, April 18, 1 771.) 

On Sunday last William Roper, Jr., Esq., was mar- 
ried to Miss Hannah Dart, only daughter of Benja- 
min Dart, Esquire, one of the joint-public treasurers 
of this province. (Thursday, May 9, 1771.) 

On the 1 2th instant Mr. Thomas Bull was married 
to Miss Sarah Simpson. (Thursday, May 30, 1 77 1.) 

This day Mr. Henry Crouch was married to Miss 
Sepha Watson, niece to the late Charles Watson, 
Esq., clerk of the council in Georgia. (Ibid.) 

Last Sunday Mr. John Fraser was married to Miss 
Polly Stobo, one of the daughters of James Stobo, 
Esq., of Will-Town. (Thursday, June 27, 1771.) 

On the evening of the same day (Sunday) Doct. 
Benjamin Willply, of Ashepoo, was married to Miss 
Sarah Magaw, of this town. (Thursday, July 4, 
1771.) 

Last Thursday Mr. Benjamin Wigfall, of St. 
Thomas and St. Dennis parish, was married to Miss 
Martha Dutarque, a most agreeable and accomplished 
young lady, daughter of the late John Dutarque, 
Esq., of the same parish. (Thursday, August 8, 
1771.) 

Last Sunday night, Col. Daniel Hayward (the 
greatest planter in this province), was married to 
Miss Elizabeth Simons, a daughter of Benjamin 
Simons, Esq., late commissary-general. (Thursday, 
September 12, 1771.) 

The same evening Mr. John Imrie, ship builder, 
was married to the widow of the late Alexander 
Russel. (Ibid.) 



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Last Thursday Mr. Edward Simons was married 
to Miss Lydia Ball, daughter of the late Elias Ball,* 
Esq. (Thursday October 24, i 771.) 

Last Saturday Mr. William Swallow was married 
to Miss Sally Prince, only daughter of the late Mr. 
Lowry Prince. (News for Thursday, October 31st, 
in paper of Thursday, November 7, 1771.) 

Mr. Robert Porteous, of Beaufort, merchant, was 
lately married there to Miss Ann Wigg, daughter of 
the late Col. Wigg. (Thursday, November 28, 1 771.) 

Lately married at George-Town, Mr. PaulTrapier, 
Jr., to Miss Elizabeth Foissin, daughter of the late 
Elias Foissin. (Ibid.) 

Last Tuesday Mr. James Wakefield, merchant, 
lately arrived here from London, was married to Miss 
Sally Cannon, eldest daughter of Mr. Daniel Cannon. 
(Ibid.) 

[No papers published between Thursday, Decem- 
ber 5, 1771, and Tuesday, January 21, 1772.] 

Last Sunday Mr. William Wilson, merchant, was 
married to Miss Polly Harvey, daughter of Mr. 
William Harvey. (News for Thursday, January 9th, 
in paper issued Tuesday, January 21, 1772.) 

And on Tuesday Mr. William Hort was married 
to Miss Alice Gibbes, daughter of Mr. Robert Gibbes, 
deceased. (Ibid.) 

[A continuation of the paper of Tuesday, January 
2 1st, was issued on Friday, January 25th, and there- 
after no paper was issued until Thursday, March 26, 
I/72-] 

* He was not dead. See paper of Thursday, November 7, 1771- 



4 8 

The same day (Thursday), Dr. Peter Fayssoux was 
married to Miss Sally Wilson, daughter of Mr. 
Algernon Wilson. (News for Tuesday, February 4, 
1 772, in issue of paper for Thursday, March 26, 1 772.) 

Last Thursday Andrew Johnson, Esq., was mar- 
ried to Miss Sally-Elliott Mackewn, only daughter 
of the late Mr. Robert Mackewn. (News for Tues- 
day, March 3d, in issue of paper for Thursday, March 
26, 1772.) 

On Sunday last Mr. James Ballantine was married 
to Miss Sally Buchannan. (News for Tuesday, 
March 10th, in issue of paper for Thursday, March 
26, 1772.) 

Last Sunday Mr. Edward Gunter, druggist and 
apothecary of this town, was married to Miss Patty 
Mellichamp, daughter of Mr. Thomas Mellichamp, 
of St. Andrew's parish. (Thursday, April 2, 1772.) 

The same day (Tuesday) Mr. Blake-Leay White 
was married to Miss Elizabeth Bourquin. (Thurs- 
day, April 9, 1772.) 

The same day (Saturday) Mr. John Smyth, mer- 
chant, was married to Miss Sukey Richardson. 
(Thursday, April 30, 1772.) 

[After the issue of April 30, 1772, the proprietor- 
ship of the paper passed from P. Timothy to Powell, 
Hughes & Co.] 

A few days since was married Mr. Joseph Hunt, 
of Godfrey's Savannah, to Miss Martha Gray, of the 
same place. (Thursday May 7, 1772.) 

Last Thursday Mr. Thomas Lynch, Jr., was mar- 
ried to Miss Betsy Shubrick, one of the daughters 
of Thomas Shubrick, Esq. (Thursday, May 2 1, 1 772.) 



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The same day (Sunday) Stephen Bull, Esq., of 
Sheldon, was married to Mrs. Ann Middleton, relict 
of the late Col. Thomas Middleton. (Thursday, 
May 28, 1772.) 

As was James Brisbane, Esq., to Miss Sally Stan- 
yarne, one of the daughters of the late Mr. John 
Stanyarne, of John's-Island. (Ibid.) 

And Mr. John Woodberry, merchant, to Miss Sally 
Anderson, of Santee. (Ibid.) 

On Saturday last Mr. William Price, merchant, to 
Mrs. Ann Nicholls, widow. (Ibid.) 

Last Thursday Alexander Moultrie, Esq., was mar- 
ried to Miss Katy Lennox, daughter of Mr. James 
Lennox. (Ibid.) 

The same day (Saturday) Thomas Horry, Esq., 
was married to Miss Nancy Branford, daughter of 
the late William Branford. (Thursday, June 18, 
1772.) 

Last Tuesday Mr. James Bryan was married to 
Mrs. Mary Sanks. (Thursday, June 18, 1772.) 

On Monday last Mr. John Somers was married to 
Miss Patty Roper, daughter of the late William 
Roper, Esquire. (Thursday, June 25, 1772.) 

This day Mr. James Stanyarne was married to Miss 
Susanna Scott, daughter of William Scott, Esq., of 
St. Andrew's parish. (Ibid.) 

In a letter, from New Providence, we are advised 
of the marriage of the Hon. Robert Hunt, Esq., to 
Mrs. Sarah Bunch, relict of the late Thomas Bunch, 
Esq. (Ibid.) 



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Lately married, at Philadelphia, Mr. Benjamin 
Cattell, of this province, to Miss Polly McCall, of 
that city. (Thursday, July 30, 1772.) 

[" Last Thursday night died, Mr. Edward Hughes, 
one of the printers and publishers of this paper." — 
Thursday, August 6, 1772. Paper was now issued by 
T. Powell & Co.] 

On Sunday last Mr. James Strickland was married 
to Miss Betsy Hennington, sister to Mrs. Holliday, 
of this town. (Thursday, September 3, 1772.) 

On Thursday last Mr. Richard Shubrick, eldest son 
of Thomas Shubrick, Esq., was married to Miss 
Susannah Bulline, the amiable daughter of Mr. 
Thomas Bulline, deceased, and an heiress of great 
merit and fortune. (Thursday, October 8, 1772.) 

On the 30th of July, at Newington, near London, 
Dr. Elisha Poinsett, of this town, was married to 
Miss Ann Roberts, only daughter of Mr. William 
Roberts, merchant. (Ibid.) 

" On Tuesday last Mr. Philip Tidyman was married 
to Miss Hetty Rose (daughter of John Rose, Esq.) a 
most amiable and accomplished young lady — want- 
ing no one requisite to render the marriage-state 
happy." (Thursday, October 15, 1772.) 

A few days since Mr. Robert Miles, of Stono, was 
married to Miss Betsy Smith, youngest daughter of 
the late Thomas-Rigdon Smith. Esq. (Thursday, 
October 22, 1772.) 

On Sunday night Mr. John Ruberry was married 
to Miss Betsy Wilkins, daughter of the late Capt. 
William Wilkins, who was commander of Broughton's 
Bastion. The same day was married Mr. Stewart 
Nicholas to Miss Betsy Frederick, daughter of the 



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late Jeremiah Frederick, baker. (Thursday, Novem- 
ber 5, 1772.) 

By Captain Blewer we have an account of the 
marriage of Daniel Huger, Esq., to Miss Sabina 
Elliott, daughter of the late William Elliott, Sr., 
Esq. (both of this province) at Philadelphia, on the 
1 st instant. (Thursday, November 19, 1772.) 

The same day (Sunday), Mr. Hopson Pinckney 
was married to Miss Elizabeth Quash, daughter of 
the late Robert Quash, Esq. (Thursday, November 
26, 1772.) 

A few days since Mr. Alexander Chovin was 
married to Miss Polly Tart, daughter of Mr. Nathan 
Tart, and not to Miss Mary Seller, as mentioned in 
The General Gazette. (Ibid.) 

On the 1st instant was married, at Kensington, 
near George-Town, Benjamin Huger, Esq., to Miss 
Polly Kinloch, daughter of the late Francis Kinloch, 
Esq., a most amiable and accomplished young lady. 
(Thursday, December 10, 1772.) 

This day Josiah Perry, Esq., was married to Mrs. 
Sarah Lowndes, relict of the late Charles Lowndes, 
Esq. (Thursday, December 17, 1772.) 

Last Thursday the Honourable Charles Mathews 
Cosslett, one of his Majesty's assistant judges for this 
province, was married to Miss Ann Grimke, young- 
est daughter of Mr. John Paul Grimke, jeweller, 
lately retired from business. (Thursday, December 
24, 1772.) 

Last Sunday Mr. John Dart, Jr., attorney at law, 
was married to Miss Henrietta Sommers, daughter 
of Humphry Sommers, Esq. (Ibid.) 



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Last Thursday, was married Dr. Alexander Baron, 
to Miss Betsy Cleiland* an accomplished young 
lady, and the youngest daughter of the late Dr. John 
Cleiland. (Thursday, January 7, 1773.) 

The same day Mr. Charles Harris, jeweller and 
goldsmith, was married to the agreeable Miss Betsy 
Christie. (Ibid.) 

The same day Mr. Peter Stevenson was married 
to Miss Mary-Jones Snelling, one of the daughters 
of the late Mr. John Snelling. (Thursday, January 
14. 1 773-) 

A few days ago Mr. Thomas Crafton Karwon, of 
Pedee, merchant, aged twenty-five years, was married 
to Mrs. Mary Marion, relict of the late Mr. James 
Marion, of St. Thomas's parish, aged sixty-five years. 
(Thursday, January 21, 1773.) 

[Day of publication changed to Monday after 
Thursday, February 4th. Next issue Monday, Feb- 
ruary 8th.] 

THe same day (Thursday) Mr. Robert Ladson 
(who was admitted an attorney at the last Court of 
Common Pleas), was married to Miss Sally Fleming, 
only daughter of the late Thomas Fleming, Esquire. 
(Monday, March 22, 1773.) 

The same day Mr. James Smyth, merchant, was 
married to Miss Ann Thomas, daughter of Samuel 
Thomas, Esq. (Ibid.) 

On Tuesday last Mr. Thomas Eveleigh (son of 
Mr. George Eveleigh), was married to Miss Nancy 
Simmons, daughter of the late Ebenezer Simmons, 
Esq. (Monday, March 29, 1773.) 

* " Dr. Baron was married to Miss Sally, not Miss Betsy, Cleiland, as by 
mistake was mentioned in our last." — Thursday, January 14, 1773. 



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The same day (Thursday), Benjamin Smith, Esq., 
of St. James's, Goose-Creek, was married to Miss 
Katharine Ball, a young lady possessed of every 
desirable qualification to render the connubial state 
happy, daughter of John-Coming Ball, Esq., of Saint 
John's parish. (Monday, April 12, 1773.) 

Last Tuesday evening Thomas Heyward, Jr., Esq., 
was married to an accomplished young lady, Miss 
Elizabeth Mathewes, daughter of the late John 
' Mathewes, Esq. (Monday, April 26, 1773.) 

Last Tuesday evening Alexander Inglis, Esq., 
was married to Miss Polly Deas, a very agreeable 
and accomplished young lady, eldest daughter of 
John Deas, Esquire. (Monday, May 3, 1773.) 

That evening (Thursday), Captain James Cusack 
was married to Miss Anne Brown, daughter of the 
late Doctor Robert Brown. (Ibid.) 

A few days since, Dr. Thomas Elder, of St. 
Thomas's parish, was married to the agreeable Miss 
Charlotte Hartley, of the same parish. (Ibid.) 

On Tuesday last Mr. James Darby was married to 
Miss Margaret Elliott, one of the daughters of the 
late Mr. Artemas Elliott. (Monday, May 10, 
I773-) 

On Wednesday Mr. James Bentham also was mar- 
ried to the amiable Mrs. Eleanor Phillips, widow of 
the late James Phillips, Esq., of the Island of Jamaica. 
A lady whose mental and personal accomplishments 
cannot fail to render the nuptial state happy. (Ibid.) 

And on Thursday James Coachman, Esq., to Mrs. 
Anne Johnston, widow of the late Andrew Johnston, 
Esq. (Ibid.) 



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Last Tuesday Mr. James Jamieson, merchant, was 
married to Miss Rebecca Simons, daughter of the 
late Benjamin Simmons, Esq. (Postscript to Mon- 
day, May 31, 1773.) 

The same day (Saturday) Mr. Andrew Hewatt was 
married to Mrs. Katharine Elliott, widow of Joseph 
Elliott, Esq.; and Mr. George Mullins to Miss Sarah 
Cattell, daughter of the late John Cattcll, Esq., son of 
John. (Monday, June 21, 1773.) 

Last Thursday evening Mr. Oliver Cromwell was 
married to Miss Betsy Warham, daughter of Mr. 
Charles Warham. (Monday, July 19, 1773.) 

Last night Mr. Alexander Hogg, of this town, was 
married to Mrs. Brisbane, widow of the late Dr. 
William Brisbane. (Ibid.) 

Lately was married, at Camden, in St. Mark's 
parish, Mr. John August to Miss Polly Cook, an 
agreeable young lady, with every endowment that 
can insure happiness in wedlock; daughter of Captain 
John Cook. (Monday, August 16, 1773.) 

Last Tuesday evening Mr. William Milligan was 
married to Miss Rebecca Stoll, daughter of Mr. 
Justinus Stoll. (Monday, October 11, 1773.) 

[Peter Timothy, " Printer to the Honourable the 
Commons House of Assembly," resumed control of 
the Gazette with the issue of Monday, November 8, 
1 773-] 

The same day (Thursday) Mr. Thomas Farr (the 
youngest) was married to the amiable Miss Ann 
Waring, daughter of the late Mr. Joseph Waring. 
(Monday, November 22, 1763.) 



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Last week Mr. John Edwards, Jr., merchant, on 
St. Helena island, was married to Miss Polly Barks- 
dale, daughter of Mr. George Barksdale. (Monday, 
December 6, 1773.) 

The same evening (Thursday) Mr. Joseph Stan- 
yarne, of St. Paul's parish, was married to Mrs. Mary 
Hartley, relict of Mr. Thomas Hartley. (Monday, 
December 13, 1773.) 

[No paper between December 27, 1773, and Jan- 
uary 17, 1774.) 

Last Thursday John Edwards,"Esq., was married 
to Mrs. Rebecca Holmes, widow, one of the most 
amiable and accomplished ladies in this province. 
(News for Monday, January 3, 1774, in paper issued 
Monday, January 17, 1774.) 

Yesterday morning Mr. John Berwick was married 
to Mrs. Ann Ash, widow of the late Mr. Richard 
Cochran Ash. (Ibid.) 

On Friday last Mr. Mathurin Guerin, of St. An- 
drew's parish, was married to Miss Mary Peacock. 
(News for Monday, January 10, 1774, in paper issued 
Monday, January 17, 1774.) 

The same day (Tuesday) Mr. Robert William 
Powell, merchant, was married to the accomplished 
and agreeable Miss Alice Hopton, daughter of Wil- 
liam Hopton, Esq. (Monday, January 17, 1774.) 

Last Friday se'nnight Mr. Alexander McQueen 
was married to Miss Elizabeth Fuller, a most amiable 
young lady, daughter of Thomas Fuller, Esq. (Mon- 
day, January 24, 1774.) 

On Thursday Mr. William Somersall, merchant, 
was married to Mrs. Sarah Crosthwate, widow of 



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Mr. William Ward Crosthwate. (Monday, January 
3i, I774-) 

Yesterday Mr. James Neilson, merchant, was mar- 
ried to the amiable Miss Hester Singletary. (Ibid.) 

A few days ago was married Mr. James Green 
Williams to Mrs. Elizabeth Thomlinson, widow of 
Mr. Thomas Thomlinson, of John's-Island. (Mon- 
day, January 31, 1774.) 

[No paper issued Monday, February 7, 1774.] 

Last Sunday Capt. Alexander Alexander, master 
of the ship George, was married to Miss Elizabeth 
Murray, niece to the Hon. Justice Murray, who died 
the 1 2th ult. (News for Monday, February 7, 1774, 
in issue of paper for Monday, February 14, 1774.) 

Last Thursday Mr. John Walter, son of the late 
Col. William Walter, was married to the agreeable 
and accomplished Miss Jenny Oliphant, only daugh- 
ter of David Oliphant, Esq. (Monday, February 
14,1774-) 

The same day Mr. James O'Hare, was married to 
Miss Nancy Gordon, endowed with every requisite 
for matrimonial happiness, and only daughter of the 
late Mr. Thomas Gordon. (Ibid.) 

On Thursday Charles Drayton, Esq., M. D., second 
son of the Hon. John Drayton, was married to the 
accomplished Miss Hester Middleton, third* daugh- 
ter of the Hon. Henry Middleton. (Monday, Feb- 
ruary 28, 1774.) 

Last Tuesday evening Edward Rutledge, Esq., 
was married to Miss Henrietta Middleton, eldest 

* Miss Hester Middleton, mentioned in our last to be married to Charles 
Drayton, Esq., M. D., is second not third daughter to said Hon. Mr. Mid- 
dleton. (Thursday, March 7, 1774.) 



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daughter of the Hon. Henry Middleton, Esq. 
(Monday, March 7, 1774) 

On Wednesday last Mr. John Remington, Jr., was 
married to Miss Sally Donavon, a very agreeable 
young lady, with a competent fortune. (Monday, 
April 11, 1774.) 

Yesterday was married Mr. John Hall to Mrs. 
Mary-Ann Dodd, widow of Mr. John Dodd. (Ibid.) 

Lately married, Edmund Cossens, Esq., to Miss 
Jones, only child of the late Capt. Thomas Jones, of 
the Horse-Shoe, with a large fortune, added to other 
desirable accomplishments. (Monday, April 18, 1774.) 

Last week Mr. John Creighton, at the Quarter- 
House, was married to Miss Mary Murray. (Ibid.) 

On Thursday last Mr. Keating Simons was mar- 
ried to Miss Sarah Lewis, only child of Mr. Sedg- 
wick Lewis. (Monday, June 13, 1774.) 

On Tuesday last Mr. Charles Ramage was mar- 
ried to Mrs. Frances Swallow, relict of Mr. Newman 
Swallow, merchant. (Monday, July 4, 1774.) 

Last Thursday se'n night Dr. Thomas-Tudor Tucker 
was married to the very amiable Miss Esther Evans, 
daughter of Mr. George Evans, of St. George's 
parish. (Monday, July 11, 1774.) 

On Saturday last Mr. Richard Lushington, mer- 
chant, was married to the agreeable Mrs. Charity 
Ball, widow. (Ibid.) 

[Next paper issued Monday, July 18th, and the 
next on Monday, September 12, 1774. These irregu- 
larities in coming out were due to scarcity of paper.] 

The same day (Tuesday), Mr. Richard Lushing- 
ton, merchant, was married to Mrs. Charity Ball, 



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widow of Mr. William Ball. (News for Monday, 
August 15th, in issue of Monday, September 19th.) 

The same day (Thursday), Mr. John Boomer was 
married to Mrs. Elizabeth Cleator, widow of Mr. 
John Cleator. (Ibid.) 

On Friday last arrived in the sloop Friendship, 
Capt. Monro, from' Rhode Island, Miss Thorp and 
Miss Hickling. Miss Thorp was the next day mar- 
ried to Mr. Ephriam Hickling, who superintends the 
distillery at Romney. (News for Monday, August 
22d, in issue of Monday, September 19, 1774.) 

On Wednesday last John Dutarque, Esq., was 
married to the amiable Miss Lydia Gaillard, daugh- 
ter of Mr. Theodore Gaillard. (News for Monday, 
August 29th, in issue of Monday, September 19, 
1 774-) 

The same day (Tuesday), Mr. Jeremiah Brower, 
of this town, merchant, was married to Miss Chris- 
tiana Miller, daughter of Stephen Miller, Esq. 
(News for Monday, September 12, in issue of Mon- 
day, September 19, 1774.) 

Last Wednesday Mr. John Wilson, of Edisto, 
aged twenty years, six months and twelve days, was 
married to Mrs. Mary Rake, widow, aged seventy- 
nine years, five months and nineteen days. (Ibid) 

The same day (Tuesday), Mr. Josiah Bonneau, of 
this town, merchant, was married to Miss Susannah 
Eberson, of Ponpon. (Monday, September 19, 1774.) 

Last Thursday Mr. Joseph Atkinson, of this town, 
merchant, was married to Miss Polly Burrows, 
daughter of William Burrows, Esq., Master in Chan- 
cery, etc. (Monday, October 17, 1774.) 



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The same day Mr. Thomas Rose, of St. Andrew's 
parish, was married to Miss Polly Blake, daughter of 
Mr. Edward Blake, of this town. (Ibid.) 

On Sunday, the 2d instant, Mr. John Imrie, was 
married to Mrs. Margaret Esmand, widow of Mr. 
George Esmand, late printer in Barbados. (Ibid.) 

[No papers issued between Monday, October 31, 
and Monday, November 21.] 

On Thursday last David Rhind, Esq., was mar- 
ried to Miss Elizabeth Cleiland, daughter of the late 
Dr. John Cleiland. (Monday, December 26, 1774.) 

[No papers issued between Monday, January 2, 
1775, and January 23, 1775.] 

In the evening of the same day (Thursday), Dr. 
David Ramsay, a young gentleman, whose abilities 
promise that he will rise to eminence in his profes- 
sion, and be a useful member of this community, was 
married to Miss Sabina Ellis, eldest daughter of the 
late Mr. William Ellis ; by which it is probable his 
residence will be fixed in this town. (Monday, 
February 13, 1775.) 

Lately married: John Purves, Esq., to Miss Anne 
Pritchard, daughter of James Pritchard, Esq.; Mr. 
George Heriot, of George-Town, merchant, to Miss 
Sally Tucker, daughter of Capt. Thomas Tucker; 
Mr. William Allision, Jr., to Miss Rachel Moore, 
daughter of John Moore, Esq.; Mr. Andrew Cuming, 
to Miss Mary Baker; Capt. Isaac Burton, to Miss 
Nancy Remington, daughter of John Remington, 
Esq. (Ibid.) 

The same evening (Saturday, January 21) were 
married : Mr. Daniel Hall, merchant, to Miss Susan- 



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nah Matthewes ; and Mr. James Hampden Thomson, 
A. M., late tutor in the New-Jersey college, and 
now master of a very flourishing academy here, to 
Miss Elizabeth-Martha Trezevant. (Monday, Febru- 
ary 27, 1775,) 

[No paper issued Monday, March, 20.] 

On Tuesday last, Mr. Benjamin Webb, of Ashe- 
poo, was married to Miss Nancy Doyley, daughter 
of the late Daniel Doyley, Esq. (News for Monday, 
March 20, in same issue of Monday, March 27, 1775.) 

Last Thursday the Hon. John Drayton, one of the 
members of his Majesty's council, was married to the 
amiable Miss Rebecca Perry, daughter of the late 
Mr. Benjamin Perry, of St. Paul's parish. (Ibid.) 

The same day Rowland Rugeley, Esq., was also 
married to Miss Hamilton Dawson, another amiable 
young lady, daughter of the late Rev. Mr. Dawson. 
(Ibid.) 

Yesterday Mr. Plowden Weston was married to 
Miss Mary-Anne Mazyck. (Ibid.) 

Lately married, the Rev. Mr. James Latta, of 
John's Island, to Miss Sally Wilson, daughter of the 
late Mr. Hugh Wilson, (Monday, March 27, 1775.) 

On Thursday last, Mr. John Bradwell was mar- 
ried to Miss Betsey Lloyd, daughter of the late Mr. 
William Lloyd, merchant. (Monday, April 3, 1775.) 

Yesterday was married, Mr. Robert Moncreef, 
merchant, to Miss Polly Dewar, daughter of Mr. 
Charles Dewar, merchant. (Monday, April 3, 1775.) 

Yesterday Mr. Hext Prioleau was married to Miss 
Peggy Williams, an accomplished young lady, 



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daughter of Rdbert Williams, Jr., Esq. (Monday, 
April 10, 1775.) 

[Only three papers were issued between Monday, 
April 10, and Thursday, September 7, 1775, and these 
are not with the file preserved in the Charleston 
Library. No paper issued between Thursday, Sep- 
tember 7, and Tuesday, September 19, 1775. There- 
after issued regularly on Tuesdays.] 

On the 29th of August last was married at the 
seat of Thaddeus Burr, Esq., by the Rev. Mr. Elliot, 
the Hon. John Hancock, Esq., president of the Con- 
tinental Congress, to Miss Dorothy Quincy, daughter 
of Edmund Quincy, Esq., of Boston. (Tuesday, 
October 17, 17 5.) 

[No paper issued between Tuesday, November 28, 
and Tuesday, December 11, 1775, and only one was 
issued between the latter date and Wednesday, April 
9, 1777, when it resumed publication after having 
been suspended for nearly two years. The next 
paper appeared Monday, April 14, 1777, and there- 
after issued regularly on Mondays. It now appeared 
as The Gazette of the State of South-Carolina!\ 

Last Thursday Mr. John Bryan, merchant, was 
married to Miss Rachel Simons, daughter of the late 
Benjamin Simons, Esq. (Monday, April 28, 1777.) 

The following marriages were solemnized here last 
week, viz. : Between John Harleston, Jr., Esq., and 
Miss Elizabeth Lynch, daughter of the late Hon. 
Thomas Lynch, one of our first delegates to the 
Continental Congress; Mr. Edward Trescott, mer- 
chant, and Miss Rachel Bouquet, and Mr. Jonathan 
Lawrence and Miss Elizabeth Daniel, daughter of 
Mr. Robert Daniel. (Monday, May 5, 1777.) 



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Yesterday se'nnight Mr. James M'Call was mar- 
ried to Miss Anne Dart, daughter of the Hon. Ben- 
jamin Dart, Esq. On Thursday John Barnwell, Jr., 
Esq., to Miss Anne Hutson, daughter of the late Rev. 
Mr. Hutson, and Mr. William Wayne to Miss Esther 
Trezevant, daughter of the late Mr. Daniel Treze- 
vant; and yesterday George Cogdell, Esq., a captain 
in the first regiment of riflemen, to Miss Stevens, 
only daughter of John Stevens, Esq., secretary of the 
late general post-office. (Monday, May 12, 1777.) 

Last Thursday Mr. Richard Cole was married to 
Miss Bommer, only daughter of Mr. Jacob Bommer. 
(Monday, June 2, 1777.) 

On Thursday last Mr. George Cook, merchant, was 
married to Mrs. Eleanor Wade, relict of the late Mr. 
Richard Wade, wine-merchant. (Monday, July 21, 
1777) 

[No paper issued Monday, July 28. Only one was 
issued between Monday, August 4, and Monday, 
September 15, 1777, and that is not in the Charles- 
ton Library's file. Next paper issued Tuesday, 
September 23, instead of Monday, September 22. 
Thereafter issued on Tuesdays.] 

The same day (Wednesday) Mr. Abraham Mendez 
Sexias, of the State of Georgia, was married to Miss 
Ritcey Hart, a young lady of the most amiable 
qualifications, daughter of Mr. Joshua Hart, of this 
town. (Tuesday, November 18, 1777.) 

On Wednesday last Mr. Benjamin Smith, Jr., was 
married to Miss Sarah Dry, a very amiable young 
lady of distinguished merit, daughter of the Hon. 
William Dry, of North Carolina. (Tuesday, Novem- 
ber 25, 1777.) 



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[Only six papers were issued between Tuesday, 
November 25, 1777, and January 15, 1778, when 
Timothy's printing office was destroyed by fire, and 
these are not in the Charleston Library's file. When 
the paper was revived with the issue of Wednesday, 
June 24, 1778, Nicholas Borden was associated with 
Peter Timothy in the printing thereof. Thereafter 
it was issued on Wednesdays. No paper issued 
Wednesday, January 27, 1779. Two papers only 
were issued between May 5 and July 9, 1779, and 
neither of these are in the Charleston Library's file. 
No paper issued Wednesday, August 18, 1779. The 
files in the Charleston Library end with the issue for 
Wednesday, February 9, 1 780. The siege of Charles 
Town beginning about that time, the paper was 
shortly afterwards suspended, and Peter Timothy 
was drowned at sea in 1781 while going from 
, after having been a British prisoner 
in exile in St. Augustine for many months. His 
widow, Mrs. Ann Timothy, and E. Walsh revived 
the paper in 1783, the first number appearing Wed- 
nesday, July 16, 1783. Walsh retired after August 
13- I/83-] 

Married: Dr. Mathew Irwin, of the State of Vir- 
ginia, to Miss Mary Bulline, daughter of the deceased 
John Bulline, Esq.; Mr. John McCollough, of St. 
John's parish, to Miss Mary Stocker, daughter of 
the deceased Dr. Stocker; Mr. Thomas Gough, of 
Jacksonborough, merchant, to Mrs. Leslie Creighton, 
widow of the deceased Mr. William Creighton; Mr. 
Anthony Ashby, of St. John's parish, to Miss Char- 
lotte Marion, niece to Brigadier-General Marion; 
Capt. Jabez Chalker to Miss Ann Compton; Mr. 
John M'Clean to Mrs. Mary Pratt, widow of Mr. 



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James Pratt; Mr. James Theus, merchant, to Miss 
Mary Theus, daughter of the deceased Mr. Jeremiah 
Theus; Mr. John Lovedale to Miss Margaret Nearon. 
(Wednesday, August 27, 1783.) 

Married: Mr. William Capers, of Christ-Church 
parish, to Miss Mary Singletary, daughter of John 
Singletary, Esq., of St. Thomas's parish; Mr. Peter 
Peyott to Mrs. Elizabeth Hurst, widow of Mr. Her- 
mon Hurst. (Wednesday, September 10, 1783.) 

Married: Mr. John Rogers to Mrs. Sarah Yates, 
widow of the deceased Mr. Joseph Yates. (Wednes- 
day, September 24, 1783.) 

Married: Last Thursday evening Henry Peron- 
neau, Esq., attorney at law, to Miss Polly Hall, 
daughter of the deceased Mr. William Hall, of this 
town. The same evening Capt. Lewis Ogier to Miss 
Susanna Martin, second daughter of the Rev. Mr. 
John Martin, deceased, of Will-Town. At Philadel- 
phia, William Burrows, Esq., son of the late William 
Burrows, Esq., of this town, to Miss Mary Bond, 
daughter of Thomas Bond, Esq., purveyor-general of 
the United States of America. (Wednesday, Octo- 
ber 8, 1783.) 

The same evening (Thursday) the Hon. Hugh 
Rutledge, Esq., Speaker of the House of Representa- 
tives, was married to the amiable Miss Ann Smith, 
daughter of Thomas Smith, Esq., of Broad street. 
(Wednesday, October 15, 1783.) 

Married: Hext M'Call, Esq., to Miss Elizabeth 
Pickering, daughter of the deceased Joseph Picker- 
ing, Esq. At Edisto, Mr. Paul Fripp, Jr., of St. 
Helena, to Miss Betsey Jenkins, daughter of the de- 
ceased Mr. Richard Jenkins, of Edisto. Lately, at 



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St. Augustine, Lieut. Col. John Hamilton, of the 
Royal North-Carolina regiment, to Miss Claudia 
Tattnall, daughter of Josiah Tattnall, Esq., formerly 
of Savannah. (Thursday, October 23. 1783.) 

Married: Mr. William Doughty, merchant, of this 
city, to Mrs. Susannah Broughton. widow of the 
deceased Mr. Thomas Broughton, Jr.; Mr. Charles 
Brown, of Georgetown, to Miss Susanna Tennent, 
daughter of the Rev. William Tennent, deceased, 
late pastor of the Independent Church in this town. 
At Georgetown, on Thursday, the 23d ultimo, Mr. 
Joseph Wragg, of that place, to Miss Nelly Mouzon, 
daughter of Mr. Peter Mouzon, of St. Thomas's 
parish. (Thursday, November 6, 1783.) 

Married: On Thursday, the 23d ult., in Christ 
Church parish, near this city, the Hon. John Ashe, 
Esq., elder son of the late Major-General Ashe, of 
North Carolina, to Mrs. Elizabeth Legare, relict of 
Mr. Nathan Legare, a lady possessed of every amiable 
qualification that can render the marriage state happy; 
Mr. John Morant to Miss Isabella Norvill. (Thurs- 
day, November 13, 1783.) 

Married: Last Thursday evening Mr. Joseph Bee, 
Esq., to Mrs. Susanna Duboise, widow of the 
deceased Mr. David Duboise, and daughter of Mr. 
Richard Muncreef. 

Yesterday evening Mr. -John Holmes, son of Isaac 
Holmes, Esq., deceased, to Miss Elizabeth Edwards, 
daughter of John Edwards, Esq., deceased. 

The same evening Mr. Philip Gadsden, youngest 
son of Gen. Gadsden, to Miss Catharine Edwards, 
youngest daughter of John Edwards, Esq., deceased. 
(Thursday, November 20, 1783.) 



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Married : On Thursday night last Philip Prioleau, 
Esq., to Miss Alice Edith Homeyard. (Thursday, 
December 4, 1783.) 

Married : Mr. Francis Wilkinson, of St. Paul's 
parish, to Miss Susanna Wilkinson, daughter to Col. 
Morton Wilkinson ; Mr. John Griggs, of St. Bar- 
tholomew's parish to Miss Sarah Webb ; Mr. Arthur 
Simmons, of St. Mark's parish, to Miss Elizabeth 
Axson ; Mr, Thomas Axson to Miss Esther Fogartie. 
(Wednesday, January 1, 1784.) 

Married : Mr. Daniel Doyley, of St. Bartholomew's 
parish, to Miss Ann Rebecca Webb ; Mr. Ezekiel 
Mills, of Virginia, to Mrs. Mary Addison, widow of 
Mr. John Addison, of St. Thomas's parish ; John 
Julius, Esq.,* barrister at law, to Miss Reid. (Thurs- 
day, January 8, 1784.) 

Married : Thursday evening Mr. James Simons, 
merchant, to Miss Sarah Dewar, youngest daughter 
of the deceased Mr. Charles Dewar, merchant. 
(Thursday, January 15, 1784.) 

[Papers between Thursday, January 15, 1784, and 
Thursday, February 5, 1784, missing from Charles- 
ton Library's file.] 

Married : Brigadier-General Mordecai Gist to Mrs. 
Mary Cattell ; William Fraser, Esq., attorney at law, 
to Miss Sophia Miles, of St. Bartholomew's parish. 
(Thursday, February 5, 1784.) 

Marriages. 

Mr. William Bellinger, of St. Bartholomew's par- 
ish, to Miss Elizabeth Pinckney, daughter of William 

* John Julius Pringle. 



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Pinckney, Esq., deceased ; Mr. Samuel Bonsall, of 
this city, to Miss Ann Smith, daughter of Henry 
Smith, Esq., of Goose-Creek, deceased ; Mr. John 
Geyer, merchant, to Miss Elizabeth Bampfield, only 
daughter of the deceased William Bampfield. 
(Thursday, February 26, 1784.) 

Thursday last Mr. John Hume was married to 
Miss Mary Mazyck, daughter of the deceased Wil- 
liam Mazyck, Esq., of this city. (Thursday, March 
25, 1784.) 

Same evening (Tuesday), was married in Christ- 
Church parish, Mr. Hugh Rose, to the amiable Miss 
Susanna Read, daughter of the deceased 
Read, Esq., of the State of Georgia. (Thursday, 
April 8, 1784.) 

Thursday last was married at Santee, Joseph 
Glover, Esq. (son of the deceased, Col. Joseph 
Glover), to Miss Betsey Jeanerette, daughter of the 
deceased Capt. John Jeanerette. (Thursday, April 
22, 1784.) 

Last Thursday was married at Beaufort, Mr. 
Daniel John Greene, merchant, to Mrs. Elizabeth 
Adams, of Beaufort. (Thursday, April 29, 1784,) 

The same day was also married at Beaufort, Mr 
Richard Ellis, to Miss Elizabeth Greene. (Ibid.) 

A few days ago was married at Georgetown, Mr. 
Robert Simons, of that place, to Miss Mary White, 
daughter of the late Mr. Anthony-Martin White. 
(Ibid.) 

Married : At Georgetown, Mr. Geo. Ford, to Miss 
Kitty Wayne, daughter of Air. William W r ayne. 
(Thursday, May 6, 1 784.) 



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Thursday was married at Stono, Lieut. Campbell, 
of the 63d British regiment, to Miss Betsey Smith, 
daughter of the deceased Thomas Loughton Smith, 
Esq., of this city. (Thursday, May 13, 1784.) 

Saturday last was married at Beaufort, Mr. Ben- 
jamin Duche to Miss Agness Given, youngest daugh- 
ter to Mr. John Given, of that place. (Ibid.) 

Married: In this city, Mr. Sanders Glover to Miss 
Lydia Tucker, only daughter of the deceased Capt. 
Thomas Tucker; Capt. John Addison, of George- 
town, to Miss Tamson Ralph, daughter of Mr. John 
Ralph ; Mr. Archibald Carsan to Mrs. Elizabeth 
Ross, widow of the deceased Mr. James Ross ; in 
St. Paul's parish, Mr. James Legate, of John's-Island, 
to Miss Mary Wilkinson, daughter of the deceased 

Wilkinson, Esq.; In St. Bartholomew's parish, 

George Smith to Miss Mary Smith ; in St. Thomas's 
parish, Mr. James McKnight, of Prince Frederick's 
parish, to Miss Kezia Addison, daughter of the 
deceased Mr. Thomas Addison, of St. Thomas's 
parish. (Thursday, May 20, 1784.) 

Thursday last was married at Jacksonborough, Mr. 
Francis Forgatt, merchant, to Miss Mary Culliatt, 
daughter of the late Mr. Adam Culliatt. (Thursday, 
June 3, 1784.) 

Last Thursday evening Mr. Adam Gilchrist, of 
New York, was married to Miss Hetty Budd, the 
youngest daughter of Dr. John Budd, of this city. 

The same evening was married Mr. Thomas Jack- 
son, of St. Thomas's parish, to Miss Elizabeth Duke. 
(Thursday, June 17, 1784.) 

Saturday evening last Mr. Thomas Foster, mer- 
chant, was married to Mrs. Mary Brewton, widow of 



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the deceased Mr. John Brewton, and eldest daughter 
of Edward Weyman, Esq., of this city. (Thursday, 
June 24, 1784.) 

On Sunday evening Capt. John Porter, of this city, 
was married to Miss Polly Cox, eldest daughter of 
the deceased Mr. Joseph Cox, late of the State of 
New-York. (Ibid.) 

Last Thursday Mr. Charles Warham, of this city, 
merchant, was married to Miss Mary Gibbes, daugh- 
ter of William Gibbes, Esq. (Ibid.) 

The same evening was married in St. Thomas's 
parish, Capt. John Hart to Miss Mary Screven, 
youngest daughter of Gen. James Screven, deceased, 
late of the State of Georgia. (Ibid.) 

On Monday, the 21st instant, was married at Cane- 
Acre, Lambert Lance, Esq., of this city, to Miss 
Sarah Harvey, only daughter of the deceased Maurice 
Harvey, Esq. (Thursday, July 1, 1784.) 

On Tuesday was married at Edisto, Mr. Thomas 
Baynard to Miss Sally Calder, daughter of the 
deceased Mr. John Calder, of that place. ( Thursday, 
JulyS, 1784. 

Married : At Chehaw, Mr. William Elms, to Miss 
Sarah Fields, of that place; Last Tuesday, Mr. John 
Warner to Miss Ann Elizabeth Ruger, both of 
Charleston. (Thursday, July 22, 1784.) 

[Paper now appeared twice a week — Mondays 
and Thursdays.] 

On Thursday, the 17th of June, was married at 
Philadelphia Mr. Francis Barbe de Marbois, consul- 
general of France, to Miss Elizabeth Moore, daugh- 



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ter of the late president of that State. (Monday, 
August 2, 1784.) 

Last Thursday evening Capt. Simeon Theus was 
married to Miss Rebecca Legar6, eldest daughter of 
Mr. Daniel Legare, Jr., of this city. (Ibid.) 

Thursday last Mr. James Gordon was married to 
Miss Martha Wells, daughter of the deceased Mr. 
William Wells, of St. Thomas's parish. (Monday, 
August 9, 1784.) 

Married : In this city Mr. Daniel Russell, carpen- 
ter, to Miss Sarah-Susannah Cross; in St. John's 
parish. Mr. John Burkhard, late of Philadelphia, to 
Miss Catherine Will, daughter of Mr. Philip Will. 
(Thursday, August 12, 1784.) 

Last Thursday evening James Nelson, Esq., one 
of the wardens of this city, was married to Miss Bet- 
sey Villepontoux, daughter of Benjamin Villepontoux, 
Esq. (Monday, August 16, 1784.) 

Married: Mr. John Logan to Miss Rachel Perry, 
daughter of the deceased J osiah Perry, Esq. (Mon- 
day, August 23, 1784.) 

On Thursday last was married, in Prince George's 
parish, Thomas Dunbar, Esq., of this city, captain in 
the second South-Carolina regiment, to Miss Mary 
Withers, second daughter of the deceased Francis 
Withers, Esq., of Georgetown. Sunday evening Mr. 
Benjamin Duke, carpenter, to Mrs. Rachel Higgins, 
widow of the deceased Mr. Thomas Higgins, of this 
city. (Monday, September 6, 1784.) 

Married: Mr. Alex. M'Nilago, of Christ Church 
parish, to Miss Margaret Field, eldest daughter of 
Mr. John Field, of this city. (Monday, September 
27, 1784.) 



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Last Sunday evening was married, in this city, John 
Farr, Esq., of St. Paul's parish, to Miss Margaret 
Hartley, daughter of the deceased Thomas Hartley, 
Esq. (Thursday, October y, 1784.) 

On Thursday evening last Mr. Peter Sinkler, of 
St. Stephen's parish, was married to Miss Polly 
Walter, daughter of Mr. Richard Walter, merchant, 
deceased. (Monday, October n, 1784.) 

Married: Tuesday evening the Hon. John Fau- 
chereaud Grimkie, Esq., to Miss Polly Smith, daughter 
of Thomas Smith, Esq. (Thursday, October 14, 
1784.) 

Last Thursday evening was married Mr. Peter 
Boillat to Miss Jane Elizabeth Dupont, daughter of 
the deceased Mr. John Dupont. (Monday, October 
18, 1784.) 

Sunday last was married, at Beaufort, John Lea- 
croft, Esq., sheriff for Beaufort district, to the amiable 
Miss Elizabeth Black, eldest daughter of the late 
Mr. James Black, of that place. (Thursday, October 
28, 1784.) 

Last Thursday evening was married Mr. Henry 
Bedon Stocker, of this city, merchant, to Miss Jane 
Fickland, a young lady of great merit and beauty, 
daughter of Mr. George Fickland, of Wadmalaw 
Island. Rev. Mr. Samuel Fenner Warren, of St. 
James, Santee, to Miss Lydia Perdriau. Mr. George 
Evans, of St. George's parish, to Miss Harriet 
Baker, daughter of the deceased Richard Bohun 
Baker, Esq. (Monday, November 1, 1784.) 

On Thursday evening last Charles Lining, Esq., 
ordinary for Charleston district, was married to Mrs. 
Mary Rose, eldest daughter of Edward Blake, Esq. 



7 2 

And at Newport, Rhode-Island, Mr. Stephen Mazyck, 
of this State, to Miss Nancy Easton, daughter of 
Mr. Walter Easton, of that city. (Monday, Novem- 
ber 8, 1784.) 

A few days ago was married, at the seat of Gen. 
Huger, on the Congaree river, Jehu Wilson, Esq., to 
Miss Sarah Chalmers, daughter of the deceased Dr. 
Lionel Chalmers, of this city. (Monday, November 
15, 1784-) 

Married : Last Tuesday, at Ashepoo, John Boy, 
Esq., of this city, to the amiable Miss Sally Miles, 
daughter of John Miles, Esq., deceased. On Tues- 
day night Colonel John Baddeley, of this city, to 

Miss Ann Golden, daughter of the deceased Mr. 

Golden, of North-Carolina. (Thursday, November 
18, 1784.) 

Thursday last was married, at Goose-Creek, Mr. 
William Scott, of this city, to Miss Francis Daniell, 
only child of the deceased Adam Daniell, Esq. 
(Thursday, November 25, 1784.) 

Last Sunday week was married, in St. Stephen's 
parish, Santee, Thomas Cordes, Esq., a member of 
the House of Representatives, to Miss Charlotte 
Evance, daughter of the deceased Thomas Evance, 
Esq., of this city. Last Tuesday evening, in this 
city, Mr. Cotton-Mather Stevens to Miss Elizabeth 
Brett. And last Thursday evening Joseph Brown, 
Esq., of Georgetown, to Miss Harriet Lowndes, 
daughter of the Hon. Rawlins Lowndes, Esq., of this 
city. (Monday, November 29, 1784.) 

Married, yesterday evening, Doctor Henry Collins 
Flagg to Mrs. Allston. And last Thursday evening 



Mr. Cornelius du Pre to Mrs. Mary Hartley, of this 
city. (Monday, December 6, 1784.) 

Married : Last Tuesday evening Captain James 
Kennedy to Miss Nancy Chalmers, daughter of the 
late Doctor Lionel Chalmers. (Thursday, Decem- 
ber 9, 1784.) 

Married : At Georgetown, Captain Albert Roux to 
Mrs. Elizabeth Trapier; Doctor Rees to Miss Eliza- 
beth Bromly, at the same place. At Edisto, Mr. 
Benjamin Seabrook to Miss Margaret Meggett, 
daughter of Mr. William Meggett. (Monday, 
December 13, 1784.) 

Last Thursday evening Mr. John Walker, of this 
city, merchant, was married to Miss Mary-Ann Wil- 
liamson, daughter of Andrew Williamson, Esquire. 
(Monday, December 20, 1784.) 

Last night was married Mr. William Griffin to 
Miss Polly Wyley, daughter of the late Alexander 
Wyley, of this city, deceased. (Ibid.) 

Last Tuesday evening Captain Enos Reeves, of 
the late Pennsylvania line, was married to Miss Amy 
Legare, daughter Mr. Daniel Legare, jun. of this 
city. (Monday, December 27, 1784.) 

Last Thursday evening Doctor William Smith 
Stevens, of this city, was married to Miss Elizabeth 
Maltby, daughter of the Rev. Mr. Maltby, deceased, 
of Bermuda. (Monday, December 27, 1784.) 

The same evening Captain Jarvis-Henry Stevens, 
of this city, was married to Mrs. Susanna Sullivan. 
(Ibid.) 

Married: Thursday, the 16th inst., Major Felix 
Warley, of this city, to Miss Ann Turquand, daughter 



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of the Rev. Mr. Turquand, of St. Matthew's parish. 
Last Saturday evening Captain Adrian Proveaux 
was married to Miss Jane Knowles Alleyn, of Bar- 
badoes. And last Tuesday night Lieutenant Chris- 
topher Hart, of the artillery, to Miss Elizabeth 
Graham, of this city. . (Thursday, December 30, 
1784.) 

Tuesday last Captain Ralph M'Neil was married 
to Mrs. Martha M'Neil. (Monday, January 3, 1785.) 

Last Thursday evening Mr. Thomas Singletary 
was married to Miss Mary Gillideau. (Monday, 
January 10, 1785.) 

Married: On Monday evening Captain Brook 
Roberts to Miss Van Braam. On Tuesday evening 
Mr. John Huger to Mrs. Cusack. (Thursday, Jan- 
uary 13, 1785.) 

Last Thursday evening Mr. John Cart was married 
to Miss Susannah Rumph, both of this city. (Mon- 
day, January 17, 1785.) 

Married, at Ponpon, last Sunday evening, Mr. 
Benjamin Postell to Miss Maria Skirving. (Thurs- 
day, January 20, 1785.) 

Married: Mr. Alexander Petrie to Mrs. Sarah 
Frederick. (Monday, January 24, 1785.) 

On Tuesday, the 18th inst., was married at the 
Congarees, Major John Compty, of the Pennsylvania 
line, to Miss Elizabeth Rugborck. (Thursday, Jan- 
uary 27, 1785.) 

On Thursday last Mr. John Gibbes, of John's 
Island, was married to Miss Susanna Guerin. (Mon- 
day, January 31, 1785.) 



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Married: On Thursday evening Mr. Thomas 
Townsend, of Edisto, to the amiable Miss Mary 
Robinson, eldest daughter of the deceased Mr. John 
Robinson, of this city. A few days ago Mr. Joseph 
Dulles, merchant, to the agreeable Miss Sophia 
Heatley, daughter of William Heatley, Esq., of 
Amelia township. (Monday, February 7, 1785.) 

Married: Last Thursday evening Mr. Simon Kings- 
ton, lately from London, to Miss Margaret Hatfield, 
eldest daughter of Mr. John Hatfield, of this city. 
(Monday, February 21, 1785.) 

Married: Last Sunday a week, at Beaufort, the 
Rev. Mr. Stephen Lewis to the amiable Miss Polly 
Greene, daughter of Mr. Daniel John Greene, mer- 
chant, of that place. (Monday, March 7, 1785.) 

Married: Doctor James Hartley, of St. Paul's 
parish, to Miss Perry; Obrien Smith, Esq., to Miss 
Webb. (Thursday, March 10, 1785.) 

Married: Last Sunday Mr. Peter Joseph More, 
formerly surgeon of the camps, army, and military 
hospital of France, to Miss Susan Delatour. 

On Thursday, the 24th ult., at Beaufort, Thomas 
Ladson, Esq., of St. Helena, to Miss Elizabeth 
Capers, daughter of Charles Capers, Esq., of that 
place. (Thursday, March 17, 1785.) 

Last Saturday night was married incognito Henry 
Timrod, Taylor, to his amiable house-keeper, Miss 
Susannah Hargan, lately arrived from the northward. 

TROST-GEDANKEN EINES BETRUEBTEN W1TTWERS. 

Meine Wuensche sind gestillt, 
Ehre hab' ich mir erworbeii, 
Meine Frau ist mir gestorben; 



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Meine Kasten sincl gefuellt, 
Meine Wuensche sind gestillt. 

Meine Wuensche sind gestillt, 
Trauren fahre fort ich Weibe ! 

H n mir zum Zeitvertreibe : 

! Du Lieb raein trautes Bild ! 
Meine Wuensche sind erfuellt. 

Meine Wuensche sind erfuellt ! 
Freunde hab' ich und Vergnuegen, 
Muss ich gleich noch Kinder wiegen, 
Recht nach meinem Ebenbild, 
Sind doch meine Wuensch' erfuellt. 

GLAUCUS. 
(Thursday, March 24, 1785.) 

[With the issue for Monday, March 28, 1785, the 
name was changed to The State Gazette of South- 
Carolina, and a cut of the arms of the State was 
inserted in the title head to the paper.] 

Married : Mr. Robert Pillans, schoolmaster, to 
Miss Ann Clark ; Mr. Seth Lothrop, grocer, to Mrs. 
Sarah Weyman ; Mr. James Allison, cooper, to Miss 
Elizabeth Augeton. (Monday, April 4, 1785.) 

Married : Last Thursday, Mr. John Hutchinson, 
of Dorchester, to Miss Esther Perdriau, of this city. 
Last Saturday evening, Mr. Godwin, belonging to 
the American Company of Comedians, to Miss Sarah 
Townsend, of this city. (Monday, April 11, 1785.) 

Married : Last Thursday night, John Vanderhorst, 
Esq., secretary of this State, to Miss Dorothy Waring, 
daughter of Thomas Waring, Esq., of this city; Mr. 
Greenberry Hughes, printer, to Miss Abigail Mun- 
creef, daughter of Mr. John Muncreef, carpenter. 
(Monday, April 18, 1785.) 



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Married : Mr. Benjamin Stiles, of James Island, to 
Miss Jane Scott, of the same place. (Monday, April 
25,17850 

Married : Last Thursday evening, in this city, 
Captain John Frierson, of Santee, to Miss Ann Ban- 
nister, of the same place ; Dr. William Remington 
to Miss Nancy Watts. (Monday, May 2, 1785.) 

Married : Last Sunday evening, Gabriel Manigault, 
Esq., son of the Hon. Peter Manigault, Esq., deceased, 
to the amiable Miss Margaret Izard, daughter of 
Ralph Izard, Esq., of this city; Last Tuesday evening, 
Mr. Samuel Magee, of Philadelphia, to Miss Eliza- 
beth Harrys, of this city. A few days ago in George- 
town, Mr. James Taylor, to Miss Mary Mann, of 
that town. (Monday, May 9, 1785.) 

Married: Last Sundaty evening, Mr. Smith, of 
New York, to Miss Elizabeth Millegan, of this city. 
A few days ago, William Parsons, Esq., late captain 
of the fifth Continental regiment of the South Caro- 
lina line, to the amiable Mrs. Mary Wardrop, a lady 
endowed with every accomplishment to render the 
marriage state happy. (Thursday, May 12, 1785.) 

Married: Last Saturday evening, Mr. T. White- 
house to Miss Catherine Marion. (Monday, May 
16, 1785-) 

Married : Last Saturday evening, at the Quarter- 
house, Mr. Richard Ellis to Miss Polly Snell. A few 
days ago at Sunberry, in Georgia, Mr. Alexander 
Mclver, formerly of this city, merchant, to Miss 
Elizabeth Munro, daughter of Simon Munro, Esq., 
of that place. (Thursday, May 19, 1785.) 

Married : Dr. John Poyas to Miss Catharine 
Smith, daughter of the deceased Henry Smith, Esq., 



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of Goose-Creek ; Mr. Duncan McRa to Mrs. Steward, 
widow of the deceased Charles Augustus Steward, 
Esq., of Cheraws. Yesterday evening, Mr. John 
Sheerer, to Mrs. Elizabeth Stall, both of this city. 
(Monday, May 30, 1785.) 

Married : Thursday last in Christ Church parish, 
Mr. William Cleiland to Miss Hester Maybank, 
daughter of the deceased Joseph Maybank, Esq. 
Last Thursday evening, on James-Islands, Mr. 
Robert Rivers to Miss Jane Taylor, of said island. 
(Monday, June 6, 1785.) 

Married: Captain William Minott, of this city to 
Miss Dorcas Rivers, daughter of the deceased Mr. 
Nehemiah Rivers ; Mr. Thomas Whithenberry, of 
the ship Catherine, of Bristol, to Miss Anne Nichol- 
son ; Mr. John Grant to Mrs. Mary Cameron; Mr. 
Thomas Hamlin, of Christ Church parish, to Miss 
Sarah Wingwood. (Monday, June 13, 1785.) 

Married : Mr. Robert Struthers to Miss Susannah 
Scrivenger. ( Monday, June 27, 1785.) 

Married : Last Tuesday evening, the Rev. Mr. 
Thomas Hill, to the amiable Miss Jane Wells, of 
this city. (Thursday, July 7, 1785.) 

Married : Last Thursday evening Mr. Stephen 
Mazyck (son of the deceased Stephen Mazyck, Esq.), 
to the amiable Miss Ann Wilson, second daughter 
of Dr. Robert Wilson, of this city ; at Beaufort, Port- 
Royal, Mr. Samuel Ash, of this city, to Miss Han- 
nah Deveaux, daughter of the deceased, 

Deveaux, Esq., of that place. (Monday, July 18, 
1 785-) 

Married : Last Monday week, Jacques Philippe de 
Bonnesons, Esq., of the Kingdom of France, coun- 



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sellor at law, to Miss Elizabeth Sarah Godin, daughter 
of Isaac Godin, Esq., late of this city, deceased ; on 
Tuesday George Haig, Esq., to Miss Mary Maham, 
a most amiable and agreeable lady, and daughter of 
Colonel Maham. (Thursday, July 21, 1785.) 

Married : Last Thursday night Thomas Allston, 
Esq., to the amiable Miss Mary Allston, daughter of 
John Allston, jun. Esq., of Waccamaw. (Monday, 
July 25, 1785.) 

Married : In this city last Thursday Mr. Joseph de 
Palacios, of the Portuguese Jewish nation, factor and 
grocer, to Mrs. Harriss, widow of Nathan Harriss, of 
the Island of St. Eustatius ; Capt. William Smith, 
of Virginia, to Mrs. Fairchild; at Pedee, Capt. Shad- 
rick Simons to Mrs. Elizabeth Britton, widow of the 
deceased Mr. Henry Britton ; Joseph Grier, Esq., to 
Miss Rebecca Grier. (Monday, August 8, 1785.) 

Married : Last Thursday Major Samuel Nelson 
Holt, of Virginia, to Mrs. Martha Wright, of St. 
Andrew's parish, relict of the deceased Capt. Wright. 
(Thursday, August n, 1785.) 

Married : Mr. William Semple, of Santee, to Mrs. 
Sarah Hill, widow of the deceased Capt. Francis 
Hill ; Capt. Swan, of the brig Betsey, to Miss Ann 
Irvin ; Mr. Andrew Kreps to Miss Ann Pattison, 
both of this city. (Monday, August 15, 1S75.) 

Married : Lately in New-Jersey, Mr. William 
Desaussure, son of the Hon. Daniel Desaussure, 
Esq., of this city, to Miss Ford, of Morriston, in that 
state. (Thursday, September 1, 1785.) 

Married : Last Wednesday evening Mr. Charles 
Rivers, of James's Island, to the amiable and accom- 



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plished Miss Elizabeth Newton, of this city. (Mon- 
day, September 5, 1785.) 

Married : Mr. Robert Ewing, merchant, to Mrs. 
Jane Bonneau, relict of the deceased Mr. Josiah 
Bonneau, of this city. (Monday, September 26, 1 785.) 

Married : Mr. Thomas Roberts, of this city, to 
Miss Mary Harvey. (Thursday, October 6, 1785.) 

Married : At New York, by the Rev. Doctor 
Rogers, the Hon. Jacob Read, Esq., one of the dele- 
gates in Congress from this state, to Miss Catherine 
Van Home, third daughter of the late David Van 
Home, Esq., of that city. (Thursday, October 13, 
I785-) 

Married : Last Thursday evening Mr. Theodore 
Gourdine, of St. John's parish, to the accomplished 
Miss Elizabeth Gaillard, of this city ; on Wednesday 
Mr. Abraham Jacobs, of the Jewish nation, to Miss 
Shankey Hart, daughter of Mr. Joshua Hart, of this 
city. (Monday, October 24, 1785.) 

Married : Mr. Paul Taylor, of this city, carpenter, 
to Miss Sarah Piercy.of Santee. (Thursday, October 
27. I785-) 

Married : Last Thursday night Thomas Elliot, 
Esq., to Miss Mary Pinckney, daughter of Charles 
Pinckney, Esq., deceased, of this city. (Monday, 
October 31, 1785.) 

Married: Last Wednesday Mr. Joseph Tobias, 
jun. of the Jewish nation, to Miss Rachel Aarons, 
daughter of Mr. Jacob Aarons, late from Cape Fran- 
cois. (Monday, November 7, 1785.) 

Married : Last Monday evening Thomas Hall, 
Esq., of this city, to Miss Mary Newton, of Round O. 
In this city, on Thursday morning, Mr. Solomon 



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Legare, to Miss Sally Lining, daughter of the 
deceased Dr. John Lining, of this city. (Monday, 
November 14, 1785.) 

Married : Capt. Hill to Mrs. Elizabeth Butler, of 
this city. (Thursday, Decembers, 1785.) 

Married : Last Thursday evening, Francis Kin- 
loch, Esq., to the amiable and accomplished Miss 
Martha Rutledge, eldest daughter of the Honorable 
John Rutledge, Esq., of this city. On Saturday the 
3d inst., Mr. William Smith, merchant, Coosaw 
hatchie, to Mrs. Margaret Vanbebber, Pocotaligo 
widow of the deceased Jacob Vanbebber, Esq 
(Monday, December 12, 1785.) 

Married : Last Thursday, Mr. Francis Deliesseline 
factor, of this place, to Miss Nancy Allston, of 
Waccamaw, a young lady possessed of every qualifi 
cation requisite to render a marriage state happy 
(Monday, December 19, 1785.) 

Married : Last Thursday, in Christ-Church Parish 
Mr. Cleiland, to Miss Hester Maybank, eldest 
daughter of the deceased Colonel Joseph Maybank 
On Thursday last John Mark Verdier, Esq., mer 
chant, of Beaufort, to the amiable Miss Elizabeth 
Grayson, second daughter of John Grayson, Esq. 
deceased. (Thursday, December 22, 1785.) 

Married : At the Congarees Mr. Alexander Bell 
merchant, to Miss Betsey Geiger, daughter of the 
deceased Mr. John Geiger. In St. Andrew's Parish 
Mr. Benjamin Gibbes to Miss Betsey Rivers. (Mon 
day, December 26, 1785.) 

Married : At Beaufort Mr. James Bowman, to the 
amiable Miss Margaret Green, of the same place. 
(Thursday, December 29, 1785.) 



Married : Mr. Thomas Lesesne, of Daniel's Island, 
to Miss Elizabeth Boyd, daughter of the deceased 
Capt. Robert Boyd. Mr. John Williams to Mrs. 
Bonner, of this city. At Amelia Township, Mr. John 
Howser, aged 76, to Mrs. Mary Fleck, aged 70. 
(Monday, January 2, 1786.) 

Married : Last Sunday Mr. John Todd, merchant, 
to Mrs. Frances Darrell,* widow of Maj. Joseph Dar- 
rell, and daughter of Col. Robert Rivers, deceased. 
(Thursday, January 5, 1786.) 

Married : Peter Porcher, sen. Esq., of St. Peter's 
parish, to Mrs. Elizabeth Wilkinson, of Yonge's 
Island. (Monday, January 9, 1786.) 

Married : Captain Joseph Bell, of the ship Thomp- 
son, to Miss Langstaff, of this city. (Thursday, Jan- 
uary 12, 1786.) . 

Married : Mr. George Ross, tinplate worker, to 
Miss Margaret Gilbroy, only daughter of Mr. John 
Gilbroy, of London, deceased. (Monday, January 
16, 1786.) 

Married: Mr. John Farquhar, to Miss Bisset, 
daughter of the Provost of Montrose, in Scotland. 
(Monday, January 23, 1786.) 

Married : Last Thursday Mr. Paul Ravenell, son 
of Henry Ravenell, Esq., to Miss Susannah Lloyd, 
daughter of William Lloyd, Esq. Last Thursday 
week, at Ponpon, Thomas Waties, Esq., to the ami- 
ble Miss Glover. (Thursday, January, 26, 1786.) 

Married: In St. Andrew's Parish, Mr. Meyers to 
Miss Westcote, both late of the State of Georgia. 
(Monday, January 30, 1786.) 

* Other authorities say Dorrell. 



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Married : On Tuesday evening, Mr. William Pos- 
tell, to Miss Mary Dawson. (Thursday, February 2, 
1786.) 

A few days ago was married in Savannah, Josiah 
Tattnall, jun. Esq., to Miss Harriet Fenwicke. 
(Thursday, February 9, 1786.) 

Married : In this city, Mr. John Roberson, to Miss 
Marian Keal, daughter-in-law of Mr. John Welch. 
(Monday, February 13, 1786.) 

Married a few days ago, Mr. Abraham Waight, of 
John's Island, to Miss Sarah Maxwell Lowrey, of 
Wadmelaw Island. (Thursday, February 23, 1786.) 

On Thursday evening last, married Mr. Jonah 
Rivers, of James-Island, to Miss Rachel Bee, of this 
city. (Monday, March 6, 1786.) 

On Thursday evening last was married, Mr. John 
Webb, of this city, merchant, to Miss Elizabeth 
Legare, eldest daughter of Mr. Nathan Legare, of 
Christ Church Parish, deceased. (Monday, April 3. 
1786.) 

Married: Benjamin Guerard, Esq., to Miss Mary- 
Ann Kennan. (Thursday, April 6, 1786.) 

Married: Mr. William Hayne, of Ponpon, to Miss 
Elizabeth Peronneau, daughter of Arthur Peronneau, 
Esq., of this city, deceased. At Beaufort, Mr. Archi- 
bald C. Clarke to Mrs. Susannah Sutter. (Monday, 
April 10, 1 786.) 

Married: Cleiland Kinloch, Esq., to Miss Harriet 
Simmons, daughter of the deceased Ebenezer Sim- 
mons, Esq., of this city; Mr. Isaac Singletary to Miss 
Elizabeth Attmore, daughter of Mr. Ralph Attmore, 
of this city. (Thursday, April 20, 1786.) 



Married: Mr. William Crafts, merchant, of this 
city, to Miss Margaret Tebout, eldest daughter of 
the deceased Tunes Tebout, Esq., of Beaufort, Port 
Royal; Brigadier General Marion to Miss Mary 
Esther Videau, of St. John's parish; Mr. Nathan 
Legare, son of the deceased Mr. Nathan Legare, of 
Christ Church parish, to Miss Mary Toomer, daughter 
of Joshua Toomer, Esq., of said parish. (Monday, 
April 24, 1786.) 

Married: Mr. Theodore Samuel Marion, of St. 
John's parish, to Mrs. Charlotte Ashby, widow of the 
deceased Anthony Ashby, Esq., of St. Stephen's 
parish; Mr. Martin Clime to Miss Mary Martin, of 
this city; Mr. Joseph Ball, jun. to Miss Jane Wise, 
daughter of the deceased Major Samuel Wise, of 
Pedee. (Thursday, April 27, 1786.) 

Married: Last Thursday evening Mr. Daniel Rave- 
nell to Miss Catherine Prioleau, eldest daughter of 
Samuel Prioleau, jun. Esq., a young lady endowed 
with every qualification necessary to render the con- 
nubial state happy; Capt. Richard Withers, of San- 
tee, to Mrs. Mary Arthar, of Christ Church parish. 
(Monday, May 1, 1786.) 

Married: At the Elms, William Smith, Esq., of 
this city, to the amiable Miss Charlotte Izard, daughter 
of Ralph Izard, jun. Esq. In this city Thomas Hey- 
ward, jun. Esq., to Miss Susanna Savage, daughter 
of Thomas Savage, Esq.; Capt. George Warley to 
Miss Elizabeth Giles, daughter of the deceased Mr. 
John Giles. (Monday, May 8, 1786.) 

Married: At Ponpon, Mr. George H. Hutchinson, 
of Jamaica, to Miss Mary Hutchinson, daughter of 
the deceased John Elias Hutchinson, Esq. In this 



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city, Capt. Amos Minot to Miss Martha Brown; Mr. 
Robert Knox to Miss Christiana Frederick, daughter 
of the deceased Mr. Andrew Frederick. (Thursday, 
May 18, 1786.) 

Married: Thomas Bee, Esq., to Mrs. Susannah 
Shubrick, widow of Capt. Richard Shubrick, deceased; 
Dr. Robert Younge, of St. Paul's parish, to Miss 
Mary Peronneau, daughter of the deceased Arthur 
Peronneau, Esq. (Monday, June 3, 1786.) 

Married last Sunday evening, Mr. Alexander 
Chisholm, senior, merchant, of this city, to Mrs. 
Sarah Maxwell, widow of the deceased William 
Maxwell, Esq., of Edisto. (Thursday, June 15, 
1786.) 

Married: Mr. David Cruger, factor, of this city, 
to Miss Elizabeth Guerin; Mr. Isham Williams, 
merchant, to Miss Eliza Shrewsbury, of this city. 
(Monday, June 19, 1786.) 

Married: At the Euhaw, Mr. William Brailsford, 
of this city, merchant, to Miss Maria Hey ward, 
daughter of the deceased Daniel Heyward, sen. Esq. 
In this city, Capt. Charles Love, of Jamaica, to Miss 
Eliza Warner, of St. Augustine. (Monday, June 26, 
1786.) 

Married: Capt. William Hext to Miss Ann Hart- 
ley, daughter of Thomas Hartley, Esq., deceased. 
In Georgetown, Mr. John Gamier to Miss Ann Keen. 
(Monday, July 10, 1786.) 

Married: Mr. John Sloman to Miss Rebecca Wil- 
kins, of this city. (Thursday, July 20, 1786.) 

Married: The Honorable Brigadier General 
Pinckney to Miss Stead, daughter of Benjamin 



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Stead, Esq., deceased, formerly of this city. (Mon- 
day, July 24, 1786.) 

Married: Last Thursday evening Mr. William 
M'Whann, merchant, to Mrs. Jane Thompson, both 
of this city. In St. Paul's parish, Mr. James Stobo 
to Miss Ann Wilkinson, daughter of Morton Wilkin- 
son, Esq. (Monday, August 7, 1786.) 

Married: Col. Wade Hampton co Miss Harriet 
Flud, daughter of the deceased Col. William Flud, 
of Santee. (Monday August 14, 1786.) 

Married: Last Thursday night John Holland, 
Esq., of Wilmington, North Carolina, to Mrs. Jane 
Marshall, widow of Abraham Marshall, Esq., of East 
Florida, deceased. (Thursday, September 7, 1786.) 

Married : Mr. James Thompson to Mrs. Elizabeth 
Kennedy, both of this city. (Monday, September 18, 
1786.) 

Married : In London, Colonel Smith, Secretary to 
the American Embassy, to Miss Adams, daughter to 
his Excellency John Adams, Esq., Minister Plenipo- 
tentiary from the United States to the Court of 
Great Britain. In this city, Mr. Thomas Martin to 
Miss Charlotte Ogier. (Thursday, September 21, 
1786.) 

Married : Mr. James Badger to Miss Elizabeth 
Swint. (Monday, October 2, 1786.) 

Yesterday was married the Hon. John Ewing Col- 
houn, Esq., of this city, to Miss Floride Bonneau, 
daughter of Samuel Bonneau, Esq., of St. John's 
parish, an agreeable young lady, with every accom- 
plishment to render the marriage state happy. (Mon- 
day, October 9, 1786.) 



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Married : Mr. William Wood to Miss Peggy 
Morris, daughter of Mr. George Morris, both of this 
city. (Monday, October 16, 1786.) 

[The Charleston Library Society's file of The 
State Gazette of South-Carolina, for 1 786, ends with 
October 19th, and the Library has no files between 
that date and July 1, 1794. In the meantime 
Mrs. Ann Timothy had been succeeded by her son, 
Benjamin Franklin Timothy, and William Mason, Jr., 
and the paper now appeared daily as the South- 
Carolina State-Gazette & Timothy & Masons Daily 
Advertiser.^ 

Married : On Thursday evening Mr. Samuel 
Rogers to Miss Susannah Baker, daughter of Mr. 
John Baker, deceased. 

Married : Lately, at New York, Charles Edmund 
Genet, late minister plenipotentiary from the repub- 
lick of France to the United States of America, to 
Miss Clinton, daughter of George Clinton, governor 
of New York. (Friday, July 11, 1794.) 

Married : On Tuesday evening last Captain George 
Stevens, of Charleston, to Miss Peggy Sample, of 
Boston, daughter of Captain Sample, of that place. 
(Friday, August 1, 1794.) 

[With the issue for Wednesday, August 13, 1794, 
The was prefixed to the title of the paper.] 

Married : On Thursday last, in St. George's parish, 
John Cox, Esq. (of Wadmelaw), to Miss Pricila 
Wood, of that parish. (Thursday, August 21, 1794.) 

Married : On Thursday evening last Mr. John 
Harman Kahnle to Mrs. Arabella Booner, youngest 
daughter of the late Mr. John Hambleton, planter 



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in Georgia, Savannah. (Monday, September 22, 
1 794-) 

Married: On Monday night last Mr. William 
Lenox, merchant, to Miss Mary Greenage, both of 
this city. (Friday, October 10, 1794.) 

Married : On Thursday the 2d inst., Mr. John 
Smith, of this city, to Miss Elizabeth Cameron, of 
Christ Church parish. (Saturday, October 11, 1794.) 

Married : On Thursday evening last Mr. William 
Chitty to Miss Ann Cole, both of this city. (Mon- 
day, October 13, 1794.) 

Married : On Thursday evening last Mr. Benjamin 
Langstaff to Miss Ann Howard, daughter of Mr. 
Robert Howard, deceased. (Monday, November 3, 
1 794-) 

Married : Edward Tonge, Esq., of St. Paul's, to 
Miss Ann Stewart, of St. George's, Dorchester. 
(Wednesday, November 5, 1794.) 

Married : On Thursday evening last John Dray- 
ton, Esq., to Miss Mary Tiddiman. (Monday, No- 
vember 10, 1794.) 

Married : On Tuesday evening last Dr. Chi- 
chester to Miss Mary Beatrix Powell, daughter of 
Robert Powell, Esq., formerly of this city. (Tues- 
day, November 18, 1794.) 

Married : At New York, by the Rev. Mr. Pilmore, 
rector of Christ church in that city, Henry Charles 
Jones, Esq., merchant, to Miss Amy Whipple Bur- 
rough, of Providence. (Thursday, November 20, 
1 794-) 

Married : On Monday evening Mr. Nicholas 
Boylston to Miss Mary Bentham, daughter of James 



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Bentham, Esq. And on Wednesday evening Johnson 
Hogood, Esq., to Miss Nancy O'Hear, daughter of 
Mr. James O'Hear, both of this city. (Thursday, 
December u, 1794.) 

Married: On Tuesday, the nth instant, George 
Taylor, jun. of Coosawatchie, attorney-at-law, to 
Miss Eliza Ladson, second daughter of the late 
Major Thomas Ladson, deceased. (Saturday, De- 
cember 20, 1 794.) 

Married : On Sunday evening last Mr. Thomas 
Bythewood to Miss Sarah Mallery. (Tuesday, De- 
cember 23, 1794.) 

Married: On Sunday evening, Mr. Jeremiah Smith 
Thomson to Miss Beatrix Fleming, both of this city. 
(Friday, December 26, 1794.) 

Married: On Wednesday evening last, Mr. Mc- 
Cully Righton to Mrs. Mary Cook. And on Wed- 
nesday night, Mr. William Smith to Miss Mary 
Galaway. 

Yesterday, in the country, by the Rev. Mr. Coste, 
M. Michel, a French military man, to Mrs. Rosina 
Arnold. (Saturday, January 3, 1795.) 

Married : On Saturday last, Mr. Marlborough S. 
Hamilton to Mrs. Euphame Miller, both of this city. 
(Monday, January 12, 1795) 

Married : In St. Paul's parish, on Thursday, the 
22d instant, William Brisbane, Esq., to Miss Mary 
Deveaux. On Tuesday evening, Captain Benjamin 
Harvey, formerly of the Georgia line, to Mrs. Susan- 
nah Keeley, of James Island. 

Yesterday evening, Mr. Joseph Brown to Mrs. Mary 
Ash, both of this city. (Friday, January 30, 1795.) 



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Married : On Tuesday evening, by the Rev. Mr. 
Coste, Mr. Joseph Olman to Madame Deverge, 
formerly of St. Domingo. (Thursday, February 5, 
1 795-) 

Married : On Saturday evening, Citizen Rene 
Godard, chancelor of the French consulate at 
Charleston, to Miss Maria Juhoan. (Monday, Feb- 
ruary 9, 1 795.) 

Married : Last evening, Captain Barnard Much- 
more to Miss Sally Little. (Thursday, March 5, 1 795.) 

Married: On Thursday evening, Capt. John Wat- 
lington to Miss Susannah Swain, daughter of Capt. 
Luke Swain of this city. (Saturday, March 7, 1795.) 

Married : On Tuesday evening, Tobias Bowles, 
Esq., to Miss Drayton, daughter of John Drayton, 
Esq., deceased, both of this city. (Thursday, March 
14. 1 795-) 

Married : On Thursday evening last, William S # 
Brisbane, Esq., of John's Island, to Miss Maria Hall, 
daughter of the late George Abbot Hall, Esq. (Mon- 
day, March 23, 1795.) 

Married : On Thursday evening, Mr. Mathias 
Rush to Miss Ann Fair, youngest daughter of Mr. 
William Fair, both of this city. Monday, April 5, 
1 795-) 

Married : on Saturday evening, at the house of 
Hary Grant, Esq., James Jaffray to Miss Adams, of 
Edisto Island. (Tuesday, April 21, 1795.) 

Married: The 1st instant, Captain Adrian D. 
Provaux, of the late Continental army, to Mrs. Eliza 
Perry, of Dorchester. (Friday, May 8, 1795.) 



Married : On Wednesday evening last, Mr. John 
Robertson, merchant, to the amiable Miss Ann 
Trenholm, youngest daughter of Mr. William Tren- 
holm, merchant, of this city. (Saturday, May 23, 1 795.) 

Married: On Tuesday evening last Mr. John G. 
Hapoldt to Miss Elizabeth Ernst. 

And on Thursday evening, at Ponpon, Thomas 
Rhett Smith, Esq., to the amiable and accomplished 
Miss Ann Skirving, daughter of Col. William Skirv- 
ing. (Saturday, May 30, 1795.) 

Married: On Wednesday last Richard H. Peyton, 
Esq., to Miss Anne Stobo. (Monday, June 1, 1795.) 

Married: On Monday evening last Henry Izard, 
Esq., son of the Hon. Ralph Izard, to Miss Middle- 
ton, daughter of the Hon. Arthur Middleton, de- 
ceased. (Wednesday, June 3, 1795.) 

Married: On Thursday, the 21st instant, Dr. 
Robert Hendrick to the amiable Miss Polly Daniel, 
both of this town. (Columbia, S. C, letter of May 
29th, in Supplement to Monday, June 8, 1795.) 

Married: 

On Monday, February the 16th, at Longmeadow 
(Mass.), Mr. John M. Dunham, citizen, bachelor and 
printer, to the amiable and adorable Miss Emily 
Burt. (Saturday, June 13, 1795.) 

Married: At Norfolk, in May last, Mr. J. West to 
Mrs. Bignell, of the Charleston Company of Come- 
dians. (Friday, June 19, 1795.) 

Married: On Wednesday last, at Sullivan's Island, 
by the Rev Dr. Purcell, Mr. Elias Smerdon to Miss 
Pricilla Coburn, both of this city. (Friday, June 19, 
1 795-) 



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[Between June 30, 1795, and April 22, 1796, only 
one issue of The South-Carolina State Gazette 
Timothy & Masons Daily Advertiser (December 30, 
1 795) is to be found in the Charleston Library's files.] 

Married : On Wednesday last by the Rev. Mr. 
Abraham Azuby, Mr. Benjamin Milhado, of Kings- 
ton, Jamaica, to the amiable Miss Hannah Depass, 
youngest daughter of Mr. Ralph Depass, vendue 
master, of this city. (Friday, April 22, 1796.) 

Married, on Thursday evening last, by the Rev. 
Mr. Hammet, Capt. Wm. Ormond, of the ship Rain- 
bow, to Miss Arabella Faesch, of this city. (Monday, 
May 9, 1796.) 

Married, on Saturday evening in St. Thomas's 
parish, by the Reverend Mr. Thompson, Mr. James 
Paterson, of this city, vendue master, to Miss Martha 
Wilks, daughter of the deceased Capt. Hardy Wilks, 
of Santee. (Wednesday, May 11, 1796.) 

Married last evening Mr. John Cape to Miss 
Providence Adams, daughter of Nathaniel Adams, 
Esq., of Edisto Island. (Wednesday, May 11, 1796.) 

Married on Saturday evening, Mr. James Carson 
to Miss Elizabeth Neal, of Charleston. (Thursday, 
May 12, 1796.) 

Married, on the 31st of March last, by the Rev. 
John Thompson, at the plantation of I. Porter, Esq., 
Black River, the Rev. Mr. Fraser to Miss Elizabeth 
Clegg Porter, daughter and heiress of Benjamin 
Porter, Esq., deceased. (Thursday, May 19, 1796.) 

Married : On Thursday evening, Mr. William Lee, 
merchant, to the amiable Miss Harriett Hrabowski. 
(Saturday, May 21, 1796.) 



Married : On Saturday evening' last, by the Rev. 
Mr. Hollingshead, Mr. John S. Bee to Miss Mary 
Warnock, daughter of Mr. Samuel Warnock, de- 
ceased, both of this city. (Monday, May 23, 1796.) 

Married : Last evening by the Rev. Dr. Purcell, 
Monsieur Gabriel Francemir Germaine Richomme 
Des Molleres to Miss Ann Ginness, both of this city. 
(Saturday, June 4, 1796.) 

Married on Wednesday last, by the Rev. Mr. 
Abraham Azuby, Mr. Samuel Levy, merchant, of 
this city, to the amiable Miss Hannah Abrahams, 
lately from London. (Friday, June 10, 1796.) 

Married, on Sunday the 5th instant, in St. Bar- 
tholomew's parish, by the Rev. Mr. Gourlay, Mr. 
Henry Calhoun to Miss Ann Simons, of that parish. 
(Monday, June 20, 1796.) 

Married, in this city on Monday evening last. 
Miles Brewton Pinckney, Esq., to Miss Lucia Bel- 
linger, eldest daughter of Edmund Bellinger, Esq., 
of Ashepoo. (Thursday, June 23, 1796.) 

Married, on Sunday evening the 26th instant, on 
James Island, by the Rev. Dr. Mills, Mr. William 
Gibbes to Miss Mary Evans, both of that place. 
(Wednesday, June 29, 1796.) 

Married : Last Tuesday evening, by the Rev. Mr. 
Hollingshead, Joseph Peace, Esq., attorney at law, 
to Miss Anne Maria Rudhall, daughter of Mr. Wil- 
liam Rudhall, formerly of this city, deceased. (Thurs- 
day, July 7, 1796.) 

Married at Wilmington (N. C), John London, 
Esq., to Miss Mauger, of this city. (Monday, July 
10, 1796.) 



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Married on Saturday evening, Mr. Robert Beard 
to Mrs. Elizabeth Higgin, both of this city. (Tues- 
day, July 19, 1796.) 

Married, on Monday forenoon, by the Rev. Mr. 
Coste, Mr. Alexander Placide to Miss Charlotte 
Sophia Wrighten. (Wednesday, August 3, 1 796.) 

Married last Thursday evening, by the Rev. Dr. 
Keith, Mr. Oliver Cromwell to Miss Sarah Johnson, 
daughter of John Johnson, Esq. (Saturday, Septem- 
ber 3, 1796.) 

Married on Saturday evening last, Capt. James 
Dennison to Mrs. Ann Elizabeth, Saylor, widow of 
the late Mr. David Saylor, of thfs city. (Tuesday, 
September 6, 1 796.) 

Married on Thursday evening, by the Right 
Reverend Bishop Smith, Benjamin Webb, Esq., of 
St. Bartholomew's, to Miss Rebecca Pinckney, young- 
est daughter of the late Hon. Col. Pinckney. (Mon- 
day, September 19, 1796.) 

[The Charleston Library possesses no files between 
October 14, 1796, and March 1, 1797.] 

Married, on Thursday the 23d instant, Mr. Paul 
Severance to Miss Hannah Huggins. (Wednesday, 
March 1. 1797.) 

Married on Thursday evening last, Mr. John 
M'Cready to Miss Jane Johnson, daughter of Mr. 
Wm. Johnson, of this city. (Saturday, March 4, 1 797.) 

Married on Saturday evening, by the Rev. Dr. 
Keith, Mr. John Ruberry, jun. to Miss Jane Medel. 
(Monday, March 6, 1797.) 

Married, on Thursday evening, the 16th inst, by 
the Rev. Mr. Frost, Mr. James C. Green to the ami- 



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able Miss Margaret M. Farquhar, both of this city. 
(Tuesday, March 21, 1797.) 

Married, on Tuesday evening last, Doctor John 
Ramsay, to Mrs. Deas, widow of the late John Deas, 
jun. Esq. (Friday, March 24, 1797.) 

Married, on Tuesday, the 21st instant, by the Rev. 
Daniel M'Call, Mr. Arnold Wells, of St. Thomas's 
Parish, to the amiable Miss Hannah Hibben, of Christ 
Church Parish. (Ibid.) 

Married, on the 5th January last, by the Rev. 
Doctor Frost, Mr. Alexander Henry to Miss Eliza- 
beth Flemming, both of this city. (Tuesday, March 
28, 1797.) 

Married, on Sunday last, Mr. Nicholas Silberg to 
Mrs. Margaret Clark, both of this city. (Thursday, 
March 30, 1797.) 

Married by the Rev. William Hammet, on Wednes- 
day evening, Mr. Henry Muckenfuss to Mrs. Frances 
Postlethwait, relict of Capt. Postlethwait, deceased, 
both of this city. (Saturday, April 29, 1 797.) 

Married last evening, by the Rev. Edward Jenkins, 
Mr. James Watson to the amiable Miss Sarah Wall. 
both of this city. (Friday, May 5, 1797.) 

Married, on Thursday the 25th instant, by the Rev. 
Dr. Isaac Keith, Mr. Daniel Boyden to the amiable 
Miss Martha Stent, both of James Island. (Tues- 
day, May 30, 1797.) 

Married, on Sunday evening last, by the Rev. Par- 
son Hammet, Mr. Rama Sity to the amiable relict of 
Mr. George McKenzie, mariner.* (Tuesday, May 
30. 1 797-) 

* " We are requested to contradict the marriage of Mr. Ramasetty to Mrs. 
M'Kenzie, inserted in our paper of Tuesday last, the report being false." 
(Thursday, June I, 1797) 



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Married last evening, by the Rev. Dr. Frost, Mr. 
Thomas Corker, ship carpenter, to the amiable Miss 
Eliza Glew, both of this city. (Thursday, June i, 1797.) 

On Saturdy evening last, by the Rev. Dr. Frost, 
Capt. George Nicholls to the amiable Miss Marga- 
ret Revell, both of this city. 

Endearing sweetness in her smiles, 

With each becoming art, 
Attracting to his eyes appears 

Tho' prudence won his heart. (Ibid.) 

Married, lately, at Camden, by the Rev. Thomas 
Adams, Benjamin Perkins, Esq., attorney-at-law, to 
Miss Sarah Kershaw, daughter of the late Col. Ker- 
shaw. (Tuesday, June 13, 1797.) 

Married, on the 1st inst, in St. Luke's Parish, 
Thomas Coachman, Esq., to Mrs. Jane Mary Saltus. 
(Monday, June 19, 1797.) 

Married, on Sunday evening last, by the Rev. Dr. 
Purcell, Capt. J. P. Sargeant to Mrs. Elizabeth 
Ruple, widow of Mr. Daniel Ruple, deceased. (Tues- 
day, June 27, 1797.) 

Married, on Thursday evening, by the Rev. Dr. 
Hollingshead, Mr. James Williams to Miss Jane 
Hislop, both of this city. (Saturday, July 1, 1797.) 

Married, on Saturday last, by Rev. Dr. Purcell, Mr. 
Charles Carrere, planter, of Hispaniola, to the ami- 
able Miss Eliza Rugge, daughter of Mr. John Rugge, 
merchant of Philadelphia, deceased. (Monday, July 
10, 1797.) 

Married, last Thursday evening, on Port Royal 
Island, Mr. Arthur Bryan to Miss Helen Cumming, 
daughter of the late Mr. Andrew Cumming. (Thurs- 
day, July 13, 1797.) 



Married, on Thursday evening last, by the Rev. 
Thomas Adams, Capt. Isaac Dubose to the amiable 
Miss Catherine Dubose, both of the town of Cam- 
den. (Ibid.) 

Married, on Tuesday evening, by the Rev. Dr. 
Purcell, Dr. Philip Neale to Miss Elizabeth Nash 
Ford. (Friday, July 21, 1797.) 

Married, on Sunday last, by the Rev. Dr. Mills, 
Mr. George Nettles to Mrs. Anderson, widow of the 
late Dr. Anderson, of Wassamsaw. (Tuesday, August 
8, 1797.) 

Married, on Saturday evening, the 5th instant, by 
the Reverend Mr. Jenkins, Mr. George Brown to 
the amiable Miss Ann Leibert, both of this city. 
(Tuesday, August 15, 1797.) 

Married, last evening, by the Rev. Bishop Smith, 
Mr. William Darby to the amiable Miss Margaret 
Evans. (Saturday, August 19, 1797.) 

[The Charleston Library Society possesses no files 
of the paper between August 31, 1797, and July 1, 
1799. In the meantime Wm. Mason, Jr., had retired 
from the paper, which now appeared as South-Caro- 
lina State Gazette and Timothy s Daily Advertiser. ] 

Married, on Sunday evening last, by the Reverend 
Dr. Buist, Mr. James M'Dowell, merchant, to Miss 
Catherine Cochran, both of this city. (Tuesday, 
July 2, 1799.) 

Married, on Tuesday last, Mr. James Fogartie to 
Miss Sarah Boulton Scott, both of this city. (Thurs- 
day, July 4, 1799.) 

Married, on Sunday evening, 14th instant, by the 
Rev. Mr. Frost, Captain Henry Dolliver, a native of 
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Boston, to the agreeable Mrs. Margaret Hazzard, 
widow of Capt. Wm. Hazzard, late of this city. 
(Monday, July 22, 1799.) 

Married, on Thursday evening last, by the Rev. 
Mr. Frost, Mr. John Haslett to the amiable and 
accomplished Miss Mary Wilson. (Monday, August 
5. 1 799-) 

Married, on the 13th instant, at Fayetteville, Mr. 
Robert Lane, merchant, of this city, to Miss De 
Berniere, daughter of John De Berniere, Esq., late 
Lieut.-Col. of his Britannic Majesty's 60th regiment 
of foot. (Wednesday, August 7, 1799.) 

Married, on Monday evening last, Mr. Thomas 
Handy to Mrs. Dorothy Gilchrist, relict of the late 
Mr. Malcom Gilchrist. (Friday, August 9, 1799.) 

Married, on Saturday evening, by the Rev. Dr. 
Buist, Arthur Harper, Esq., to Mrs. Elizabeth Milli- 
gan. (Monday, August 12, 1799.) 

Married, on Thursday evening last, by the Rev, 
Dr. Harper, Mr. John T. Millar to the amiable and 
agreeable Miss Lydia Lane, both of this city. 
(Monday, August 12, 1799.) 

Married last evening, by the Right Rev. Bishop 
Smith, Mr. Turner Bynum to the amiable and agree-' 
able Miss Elizabeth Miller, daughter of John Miller, 
Esq., both of this city. (Wednesday, August 14, 1 799.) 

Married, on Thursday evening, by the Rev. Dr. 
Keith, Mr. John S. Rose (son of John Rose, Esq., of 
St. George's parish), to Miss Eliza Barton, both of 
this city. (Saturday, September 21, 1799.) 

Married, on Thursday evening last, by the Rev. 
Dr. Keith, Mr. Edward Marlin to the amiable and 



agreeable Mrs. Malinda Strattler, both of this city. 
(Tuesday, October i, 1799.) 

Married, on Tuesday evening last, by the Rev. 
Doctor Purcell. Nicholas Cruger, jun. Esq., of the 
Island of St. Croix, to Mrs. Ann Heyward, relict of the 
late Daniel Heyward, Esq. (Friday, October 4, 1799.) 

Married, on Saturday evening last, Mr. John Reid 
to Mrs. Mary Brinley, relict of Mr. Stephen Brinley, 
deceased, both of this city. (Monday, October 14, 
1799.) 

Married, on Tuesday evening last, at Sullivan's 
Island, by the Rev. Mr. Frost, Henry Middleton 
Rutledge, Esq., major in the army of the United 
States, to Miss Septima Sexta Middleton, daughter 
of the late Arthur Middleton, Esq. (Friday, October 
18, 1799.)- 

Married, on Tuesday evening, in this city, by the 
Rev. Mr. Jenkins, Moses Glover, Esq., to Mrs. Hep- 
burn, widow of James Hepburn, Esq., late of the 
town of Nassau, New Providence. (Ibid.) 

Married on Thursday evening last, at Manchester, 
Anthony Butler, Esq., attorney-at-law, to Miss Ann 
Mary James Moore, daughter of Isham Moore, Esq. 
(Ibid.) 

Married, on Thursday evening, by the Rev. Dr. 
Buist, Mr. George Kempton to Miss Henrietta 
Warner, both of this city. (Saturday, October 19, 
1 799-) 

Married, on Thursday evening last, by the Rev. 
Dr. Purcell, Mr. Peter Sader to the amiable Mrs. 
Ann Brown Chalmers, both of this city. (Monday, 
October 21, 1799.) 



Married, on Saturday evening last, by the Reverend 
Dr. Price, Mr. Edward Ainger to Miss Elizabeth 
Shaw, both of this city. (Monday, October 28, 1799.) 

Married, on Sunday evening, by the Rev. Mr. 
Mathews, Mr. Daniel Bize to the amiable Miss 
Joanna Sophia Rechon, both of this city, (Wednes- 
day, November 6, 1799.) 

Married a few days since, in St. Matthew's parish, 
Mr. John Stoutmire to the amiable and most accom- 
plished Miss Jennet Carr, of that place. (Friday, 
November 8, 1799.) 

Married, on Monday last, the 4th inst, by the 
Right Reverend Bishop Smith, Capt. William Miles, 
of St. Andrew's Parish, to Miss Mary Ann Blake 
Rose, of this city. (Saturday, November 9, 1799.) 

Married, on Thursday evening last, by the Right 
Rev. Bishop Smith, Mr. Robert Roulain to Miss 
Hannah Livingston, both of this city. (Ibid.) 

Married, on Wednesday evening, by the Rev. Mr. 
Jenkins, Theodore Gaillard, Esq., barrister at law, to 
Miss Cornelia Marshall. (Ibid.) 

Married, on Thursday last, by the Rev. John 
Thompson, Mr. Samuel A Greenland to Miss Esther 
Johnston, youngest daughter of Robert Johnston, 
Esq., of St. Thomas's parish, deceased. (Tuesday, 
November 19, 1799.) 

Married, on Wednesday evening last, by the Rev. 
Dr. Hotlingshead, William Clement, Esq., to Miss 
Sarah Wilkinson, daughter of the late Col. Wilkin- 
son. (Friday, November 22, 1799.) 

Married, on Thursday evening last, by the Rev. 
Dr. Gallagher, Mr. Edmund Mead Phelon, merchant, 



to the amiable and accomplished Mrs. Mary Eliza 
Sigourney, both of this city. (Monday, November 
25. 1 799-) 

Married, on Tuesday evening, by the Right Rev. 
Bishop Smith, Gabriel Manigault Bounetheau, Esq., 
clerk of the city council, to Miss Ann Maria Petsch, 
daughter of the late Dr. Adam Petsch, deceased. 
(Thursday, November 28, 1799.) 

Married, on Sunday evening, by the Rev. Mr. 
Jenkins, James Lowndes, Esq., to the accomplished 
Miss Catharine Osborne, daughter of Col. Thomas 
Osborne, of St. Paul's Parish, planter. (Wednesday, 
December 4, 1 799.) 

Married, on Thursday evening last, by the Rev. 
Mr. Frost, Robert B. Gibbes, Esq., to Miss Ann 
Smith, only daughter of Peter Smith, Esq. (Ibid.) 

Married, last evening, by the Rev. Mr. Furman, 
Mr. George Raworth to Miss Margaret Welch, both 
of this city. (Friday, December 6, 1799.) 

Married, on Thursday evening last, Mr. Thomas 
Gibson, jeweler, to Miss Louisa Poyas, daughter of 
Mr. John L. Poyas. (Saturday, December 7, 1799.) 

Married, on the same evening, by the Rev. Mr. 
Faber, Mr. J. G Werdeman to Miss Christina 
Dorothy Strohacker. (Ibid.) 

Married, last evening, by the Rev. Dr. Fabre, Mr. 
George Daniel Row to Miss Mary Bradley. (Mon- 
day, December 9, 1 799.) 

Married on Sunday evening last, by the Rev. Dr. 
Jenkins, Mr. John Lewis, merchant, to Miss Judith 
Van Assendelft, both of this city. (Tuesday, De- 
cember 17, 1799.) 



Married, last evening, by the Rev. Dr. Jenkins, 
Robert D. Lawrence, Esq., attorney at law, to Miss 
Eliza M. Hall, eldest daughter of Daniel Hall, Esq., 
of this city. (Friday, December 20, 1799.) 

Married, on Thursday evening last, by the Rev. 
Dr. Fabre, Mr. Benjamin Casey to Miss Elizabeth 
Strohecker. (Saturday, December 21, 1799.) 

Married, on Sunday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. 
Frost, Mr. John Stewart to Miss Elizabeth Mary 
Wish, both of this city. (Tuesday, December 24, 
1 799-) 

Married, on Thursday evening last, by the Rev. 
Dr. Hollingshead, Mr. Thomas Cochran, jun. to 
Miss Eliza Torrans, both of this city. (Ibid.) 

Married, on Thursday evening, by the Rev. Dr. 
Hollingshead, Capt. Thomas Mclntire to Miss Cor- 
nelia Cohen. (Ibid.) 

Married, on Tuesday evening last, by the Rev. 
Mr. Frost, Mr. Charles Brown to Miss Sarah Chitty, 
both of this city. (Friday, December 27, 1799.) 

Married, on Tuesday evening last, by the Rev. 
Mr. Frost, Mr. Charles Vesey to Miss Mary Morris. 
(Ibid.) 

Married, last evening, by the Rev. Mr. Jenkins, 
Peyre Gaillard, Esq. of St. James's, Santee, planter, 
to Miss Susan Mathews Hall; and, on the same eve- 
ning, Thomas Thomson, Esq. of Nassau, New Prov- 
idence, to Miss Anna Hall, daughters of Daniel Hall, 
Esq., of this city. (Friday, December 27, 1799.) 

Married, on Sunday evening last, by the Rev. J. 
C. Faber, Mr. William Dunbar to Mrs. Elizabeth 



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Simons, both of this city. (Tuesday, December 31, 
1 799-) 

Married, in St. John's Parish, on the 12th ult., by 
the Rev. Mr. Parker, Paul VVarley, Esq. of St. Mat- 
thew's Parish, to Mrs. Martha Roche, of St. John's 
Parish, Santee. (Saturday, January 4, 1800.) 

Married, on Thursday evening last, by the Rev. 
Dr. Hollingshead, Mr. James Vinson, merchant, to 
Mrs, Eliza Porter, both late of Georgetown. (Ibid.) 

Married, on Tuesday evening, by the Rev. Dr. 
Hollingshead, Mr. Jacob Axson to Miss Ann Bee, 
daughter of Mr. Joseph Bee, deceased. (Thursday, 
January 9, 1800.) 

Married, on Saturday 11th inst., by the Rev. Dr. 
Fabre, Mr. Thomas Gyles to Miss Rosena Bouysson, 
daughter of Mr. Peter Bouysson, captain of gendar- 
merie national in St. Domingo, and planter of said 
island. (Saturday, January 18, 1800.) 

Married, on Thursday evening, by the Rev. Dr. 
Buist, Mr. James Gordon to Mrs. Margaret Gray, 
both of this city. (Ibid.) 

Married, on Saturday evening last, by the Rev. 
Mr. Munns, Mr. Joseph D. Bell to the amiable and 
accomplished Mrs. Hannah Mitchell. (Tuesday, 
January 21, 1800.) 

Married, on Tuesday evening, by the Rev. Mr. 
Jenkins, Thomas Hunt, Esq., barrister at law, to 
Miss Mary Jennings, daughter of the late Daniel 
Jennings, Esq. (Wednesday, January 22, 1800.) 

Married, at Beaufort, on Wednesday the 23d inst., 
Mr. Robert Brown, merchant, to Miss Catharine 



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Graham, daughter of the Rev. Mr. William E. 
Graham. (Tuesday, January 28, 1800.) 

Married, on Tuesday evening last, by the Rev. 
Dr. Buist, Isaac Motte Dart, Esq. secretary of the 
state, to Miss Arabella Ann Rhind, daughter of the 
late Mr. David Rhind. (Saturday, February 1, 
1800.) 

Married, on Sunday last, by the Rev. Mr. Frost, 
Daniel Blake, Esq. to Miss Anne Louisa Middleton, 
daughter of Arthur Middleton, Esq. deceased. 
(Friday, February 7, 1800.) 

Married, on Saturday evening, by the Rev. Dr- 
Purcell, Mr. Edward Woodrouffe to Miss Elizabeth 
Forshaw. (Monday, February 17, 1800.) 

Married at Waccamaw, on Tuesday evening last, 
by the Rev. Mr. Speirin, Doctor William Allston, of 
this town, to Miss Mary Pyatt, daughter of the late 
John Pyatt, Esq. (Georgetown letter of February 
8th in paper of Monday, February 17, 1800.) 

Married, on Thursday evening last, by the Rev. 
Bishop Smith, Mr. Archibald Scott Ball, of Charles- 
ton, to the amiable Miss Mary St. John, daughter of 
James St. John, Esq., of John's Island. (Thursday, 
February 20, 1800.) 

Married, on Wadmelaw Island, on Thursday last, 
by the Rev. Mr. Matthews, Mr. David Dubose to 
Miss Susannah Young Muncreef, second daughter 
of Richard Muncreef, Esq. (Tuesday, February 25, 
1800.) 

Married, on Saturday evening last, Mr. John 
Ryder, comedian, to Miss Sarah Munroe, of this city. 
(Ibid.) 



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Married, last evening, by the Rev. Mr. Frost, Bar- 
tholomew Gaillard, Esq. merchant, to Miss Rebecca 
C. Doughty, daughter of Wm. Doughty, Esq., 
planter. (Friday, March 7, 1800.) 

Married, on Thursday evening last, by the Rev, 
Mr. Buist, Dr. Richard Bedon Screven, of Beaufort, 
to the accomplished Miss Alice Pendarvis, daughter 
of Josiah Pendarvis, Esq. of St. Bartholomew's 
parish. (Monday, March 10, 1800.) 

Married, by the Rev. Dr. Keith, on the 13th inst., 
the Rev. James M'Elhenney, of John's island, to 
Miss Susanna Wilkinson, relict of the late Francis 
Wilkinson, Esq. (Friday, March 14, 1800.) 

Married, on Saturday the 15th inst., by the Rev. 
Dr. Gallaher, Mr. Joseph Brunet, merchant, of this 
city, to Mrs. Jane Columbe Messan, widow of the 
late Emmanuel Pincell. (Wednesday, March 19, 
1800.) 

Married last evening, by the Rev. Dr. Buist, Mr. 
James Drummond to the amiable and accomplished 
Miss Gracey Thompson, both of this city. (Thurs- 
day, March 20, 1800.) 

Married, on Tuesday evening, by the Rev. Dr. 
Frost, Charles Rutledge, Esq. to Miss Caroline 
Smith, daughter of Roger Smith, Esq (Friday, 
March 28, 1800.) 

Married, on Saturday evening last, by the Rev. 
J. C. Faber, Benjamin Perrey, Esq. to the amiable 
and accomplished Miss Ann Maria Werner, both of 
this city. (Monday, March 31, 1800.) 

Married, on Sunday evening, by the Rev. Dr. 
Holinshead, Mr. John Sandiford Chinners to Miss 



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Hortance Francis Gare, both of this city. (Tuesday, 
April i, 1800.) 

Married, on Thursday evening last, Mr. Daniel M. 
Kelley Saddleer, of Jacksonborough, to the amiable 
Miss Elizabeth Swindersine, of Jehosa island. (Mon- 
day, April 7, 1800.) 

Married, on Saturday evening, the 5th inst, Mr. J. 
J. Negrin, school master, to Mrs. Eliza Shroudy, 
widow of the late Capt. William Shroudy. (Ibid.) 

Married, on Thursday evening last, Mr. Daniel 
Miscaley, of Jacksonborough, to the amiable Miss 
Elizabeth Swindersine, of this town. (Tuesday, 
April 8, 1800.) 

Married, on Tuesday, the 1st inst., by the Rev. 
Parson Adams, Mr. William Martin to the agreeable 
Miss Eliza Perry, of St. Paul's Parish. (Wednesday, 
April 9, 1800.) 

Married, on Sunday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. 
Hollingshead, Mr. Peter Pedro to Miss Patsey 
Graves, both of this city. (Wednesday, April 16, 
1800.) 

Married, on Tuesday evening, the 15th inst, Mr. 
Felix Countz to the most amiable Miss Margaret 
Herring, both of the Dutch Fork, Broad-River. 
(Saturday, April 26, 1800.) 

Married at Whitehall, John's Island, last evening, 
by the Rev. Mr. Jenkins, Thomas Tunno, Esq. to 
Miss Harriot Ward, daughter of John Ward, Esq. 
deceased. (Friday, May. 2, 1800.) 

Married, last evening, by the Rev. Mr. John 
Harper, Mr. Oliver Hillard to the truly amiable Miss 
Ann Crawford, both of this city. (Ibid.) 



io; 

Married, last evening, by the Rev. Dr. Keith, Mr. 
Charles M. Pickton to Miss Elizabeth Byers, both of 
this city. (Friday, May 9, 1800.) 

Married, on Thursday evening last, by the Rev. 
Mr. Holinshead, Mr. George Dener to Miss Eliza- 
beth Patrick, both of this city. (Saturday, May 17, 
1800.) 

Married, on Sunday evening, by the Rev. Dr. 
Buist, Captain George Thompson to the agreeable 
Mrs. Mary Halliday, both of this city. (Tuesday, 
May 20, 1800.) 

Married, on Thursday evening, by the Rev. Mr. 
Frost, Mr. Andrew Holmes to Miss Margaret Gray, 
both of this city. (Saturday, May 24, 1800.) 

Married, last evening, by the Rev. Dr. Hollings- 
head, Mr. Jacob Thorn to Miss Susannah Quackin- 
buss. (Monday, May 26, 1800.) 

Married, on Thursday evening last, by the Rev. 
Dr. Faber, Mr. John Strohecker to Miss Mary 
Charles. (Tuesday, May 27, 1800.) 

Married, on the 30th ult., by the Rev. Mr. Frost, 
Captain William Torrey to Miss Anne Prince, only 
daughter of Capt. Charles Prince, of this city. (Mon- 
day, June 2, 1800.) 

Married, on Thursday evening last, by the Rev. 
Mr. Frost, Mr. Joseph Purdie to Miss Johanna Bes- 
selleu, both of this city. (Monday, June 9, 1800.) 

— same evening, by the Rev. Mr. Harper, Mr. 

John Brunson, to Mrs. Susannah Bryan, both of this 
city. (Monday, June 9, 1800.) 

Married, on Thursday last, at Sullivan's Island, by 
the Rev. Mr. Faber, Mr. John E. Shirmer to Miss 



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Margaret Helena Sass, daughter of Mr. Jacob Sass, 
of this city. (Monday, June 16, 1800.) 

Married, last evening, by the Rev. Mr. Harper, 
Mr. John Gensel to Miss Hannah Lane., (Friday, 
June 20, 1800.) 

Married, on Saturday evening last, by the Rev. 
Mr. Frost, Mr. Elias Jennings to Mrs. Elizabeth 
Austen, both of this city. (Friday, June 27, 1800.) 

Married, on Thursday evening last, by the Rev. 
Mr. Holinshead, Mr. James Oliver to Mrs. Alice 
Clark, widow of the late Mr. Durie Clark, both of 
this city. (Wednesday, July 2, 1800.) 

Married, last evening, by the Rev. G. Seixas, Mr. 
Isaac Moses, of Charleston, merchant, to Miss 
Esther Isaacks, daughter of the late Mr. Moses 
Isaacks, of this city. (Thursday, July 3, 1800.) 

Married, on Sunday evening last, by the Rev. Dr. 
Gallagher, Mr. Charles Baugniet to Mrs. Wilhelmina 
Beyerly. (Tuesday, July 15, 1800.) 

Married, on Sunday evening, by the Rev. Mr. 
Thompson, Mr. Thomas Baker, of this city, insur- 
ance broker, to Miss Frances Withers, eldest daughter 
of Mr. John Withers, of St. Philip's parish, planter, 
(Wednesday, July 16, 1800.) 

Philadelphia, July 5. 

Married, on Thursday evening last, by the Rev. 
Dr. Blackwell, Dr. James Mease to Miss Sarah 
Butler, daughter of P. Butler, Esq. (Saturday, 
July 19, 1800.) 

Married, on Sunday evening last, by the Rev. Dr. 
Frost, Mr. Isaac Parker to the agreeable Miss Mary 



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Milligan, both of this city. (Tuesday, July 22, 
1800.) 

Married, on Sunday evening, the 3d inst., by the 
Rev. John C. Faber, Mr. William Reside to Mrs. 
Mary M. Clarkson, both of this city. (Friday, Au- 
gust 8, 1800.) 

Married, on Saturday evening last, by the Rev. 
Mr. Frost, Capt. Nicholas Darrell to Mrs. Mary 
M'Dougal, both of this city. (Monday, August n, 
1800.) 

Married, on Saturday last, by the Rev. Mr. Jenkins, 
Capt. William Jackson, of N. York, to Miss Hetty 
Brooks, of Norwalk, in Connecticut. (Wednesday, 
August 13, 1800.) 

Married, on the 20th ult., in St. Luke's parish, by 
the Rev. Mr. O'Donnald, Mr. Archibald Longworth, 
of Newark, New Jersey, to Miss Elizabeth Rich, 
niece of James Garvey, Esq. (Wednesday, Septem- 
ber 3, 1800.) 

Married, on Sunday last, Capt. Benjamin Webly 
to Mrs. Hubbard, widow of Mr. John Hubbard. 
(Tuesday, September 23, 1800.) 

Married, on Wednesday evening last, by the Rev. 
Dr. Frost, Mr. John Wodrop, merchant, to Miss Ann 
McCall, daughter of John McCall, Esq. (Friday, 
October 3, 1800.) 

Married, on Thursday evening last, by the Rev. 
Dr. Buist, Mr. John Duffus, merchant, to Miss Ann 
Johnson. (Saturday, October 4, 1800.) 

Married, on Saturday evening, by the Rev. Dr. 
Best, Capt. Hugh Hutchinson to Miss Peyton. 
(Wednesday, October 8, 1800.) 



Married, on Monday evening, by the Rev. Mr. 
Mathews, Dr. William DeBow to Miss Hannah 
Hunt, both of this place. (Ibid.) 

Married, on Thursday evening last, by the Rev. 
Dr. Buist, Mr. John Coburn to the agreeable and 
accomplished Miss Ann Pendarvis. (Monday, Octo- 
ber 13, 1800.) 

Married, on Thursday evening last, by the Rev. 
Munds, Mr. William Haughton to Miss Mary Leslie. 
(Saturday, October 18, 1800.) 

Married, on Saturday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. 
Jenkins, David Deas, Esq. to Miss Mary Sommers. 
(Tuesday, October 21, 1800.) 

Married, last evening, by the Rev. Dr. Buist, Mr. 
Thomas Maybanks to Miss Peronneau. (Thursday, 
October 23, 1800.) 

Married, on Thursday evening last, by the Rev. 
Mr. Frost, Mr. Robert A. Darby to Miss Rebecca 
Sinkler, both of this city. (Saturday, October 25, 
1800.) 

Married, on Thursday, the 16th instant, by the 
Rev. Mr. M'Calla, Mr. Joseph Dubose, of St. 
Thomas's, to Miss Mary Ann Mell, of St. James, 
Santee. (Wednesday, October 29, 1800.) 

Married, last evening, by the Rev. Mr. Abraham 
Azuby, Mr. Abraham Tores, of Boordeaux, to the 
amiable Miss Sarah Daquilar, of Bayonne. (Thurs- 
day, October 30, 1800.) 

Married, on Thursday, the 23d ult., at Camden, by 
the Rev. Mr. Smith, Mr. William Adamson, mer- 
chant, only son of John Adamson, Esq. to Miss 
Amelia Alexander, only daughter of Dr. Isaac Alex- 



ander, both of that place. (Saturday, November i, 
1800.) 

Married, on Thursday evening last, by the Rev. 
Mr. J. C. Faber, Mr. John Spring to Miss Catharine 
Reader, both of this city. (Ibid.) 

Married, on Thursday evening last, by the Rev. 
Mr. Furman, Capt. Benjamin Pearson to the amiable 
and accomplished Miss Frances Ann Adely, both of 
this city. (Ibid.) 

Married, on Thursday evening, by the Rev. Mr. 
Munds, Captain Joshua Jones to the amiable and 
accomplished Miss Maria Ann Gibbs. (Saturday, 
November 8, 1800.) 

Married, on Saturday evening, the 1st instant, by 
the Rev. Buist, Mr. James Turnbull to Miss Emma 
Whitaker, both of this city. (Tuesday, November 
1 1, 1800.) 

Married, on Sunday evening last, by the Rev. Dr. 
Buist, Mr. John Anthony Woodle to the amiable 
Miss Susanna Sansom, both of this city. (Ibid.) 

Married, on Saturday evening, by the Rev. Mr. 
Frost, Mr. Wm. Hutson to Miss Maryann Miller, 
both of this city. (Wednesday, November 12, 1800.) 

Married, on the 3d October last, in St. Barthol- 
omew's parish, by the Rev. Mr. Gourlay, Mr. John 
Witsel to Miss Mary Oswald. (Thursday, November 
13, 1800.) 

Married, on Sunday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. 
Faber, Mr. J. J. Scroter to Miss Elizabeth R. Dub- 
bert, youngest daughter of the late Rev. Mr. Dub- 
bert, of the German Church in this city. (Ibid.) 



Married, on Tuesday last, by the Rev. Mr. Keith, 
Daniel Boyle, Esq. to Mrs. Jane Slann, both of St. 
Paul's Parish. (Friday, November 14, 1800.) 

Married, on Sunday evening, the 9th inst., by the 
Rev. Mr. Gourlay, William Youngblood, Esq. to Miss 
Elizabeth Singleton, both of St. Bartholomew's 
parish. (Thursday, November 20, 1800.) 

Married, on Sunday, the 2d instant, by the Rev. 
Mr. Gourley, Thomas G. Scott, Esq. to the amiable 
Miss Mary Stevens, both of Prince William's parish. 
(Friday. November 21, 1800.) 

Married, in St. Thomas's Parish, last Thursday 
evening, by the Rev. Bishop Smith, Capt. Robert 
Wilson to Miss Charity Latham, daughter of Mr. 
Daniel Latham, all of this city. (Monday, Novem- 
ber 24, 1800.) 

Married, on Thursday evening, by the Rev. Mr. 
Jenkins, Mr. John Hannahan, jun. to the amiable and 
accomplished Miss Ann Godfrey, of this city. (Ibid.) 

Married, on Thursday evening last, Mr. Thomas 
Lacey to Miss Ruth Mitchell, both of this city. 
(Ibid.) 

Married, at Beaufort, on Tuesday, 18th inst., Mr. 
James Mair, of this city, merchant, to Miss Ann Gra- 
ham, daughter of the Rev. W. E. Graham, deceased. 
(Tuesday, November 25, 1800.) 

Married, on Thursday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. 
Frost, Timothy Ford, Esq. to Miss Mary Magdalen 
Prioleau, daughter of Samuel Prioleau, Esq. (Ibid.) 

Married, on Tuesday evening, the 18th inst., by 
the Rev. J. C. Faber, Mr. John Stecker to Miss Mag- 
dalen Row. (Ibid.) 



Married, on Sat 
Mr. Keith, Mr. Sy 
Oliver, both of this 

Married, on Satin 
Mathews, Capt. Ebei 
both of this place. ( 

Married, on Tuesda 
go, Mr. James Davids 
Dickey. (Wednesday, 

Married, last evening 
Mr. Michael J ordain tc 
this city. (Friday, No\ 

Married, on Wednesd. 
Mr. Thompson, Daniel 
Isabella Joanna Middleto 
day, December i, 1800.) 

Married, on Thursday 
Yeitch, of this city, to M - 
daughter of Charles Brow 
Santee. (Saturday, Decern 

Married, on Tuesday even, 
by the Rev. Mr. Edmund A 
mons, Esq. to Miss Amelia \ 
Joshua Ward, Esq. (Ibid.) 

Married, at Augusta, on Tu 
the Rev. Dr. Hull, Mr. Charl- 
chant, to Miss Ann Pritchard 
of captain Oswald Eve. (Ti 
1800.) 

Married, on Thursday last, ]N 
to Mrs. Margaret Pickam, both 
day, December 15, 1800.) 



ening last, by the Rev. 
\rms to Miss Elizabeth 
bid.) 

ning, by the Rev. Mr. 

itt to Miss Jane Clark, 

th inst., at Black Min- 
a amiable Miss Sarah 
ber 26, 1800.) 

Rev. Mr. Mathews, 
i;liza Smith, both of 
S, 1800.) 

lg last, by the Rev. 
luger, Esq. to Miss 
. f this city. (Mon- 



last, Mr. William 
Goodby Brown, 

deceased, late of 

800.) 
>n John's Island, 

s Thomas Sim- 
, daughter of 



e 25th ult., by 
ingham, mer- 

dest daughter 
December 9, 

'bald Gillen 
ity. (Mon- 



I' 

Married, on Thursday ig last, by the Rev. 
Bishop Smith, Stephen Ra . Esq. to Miss Cath- 
arine Mazyck, second daughl i jf William Mazyck, 
Esq., deceased. (Thur?- cember 18, 1800.) 

Married, on Thursday last, by the Rev. Mr. Jen- 
kins, Mr. John Turnbull, merchant, of Savannah, to 
Miss Henrietta Guer'n ' his city. (Saturday, 
December 20, 1800.) 

Married, on Thursr.;: ling, by the Rev. Mr. 

Jenkins, Mr. Williar 1 C. j 1 irlen to the agreeable 
Miss Margaret Davi5 I oth of this city. (Ibid.) 

Married, on Tuesday evening, by the Rev. Doctor 
Keith, Mr. John Stent to Miss Elizabeth North. 
(Monday, Decembf 1800.) 

Married, on Satu I ning last, by the Rev. Mr. 

Frost, Dr. Isaac Chanlrr to Mrs. Catharine M'Cord, 
relict of the late W ' im M'Cord, Esquire. (Ibid.) 

Married, on Tu ening last, by the Rev. Mr. 

Frost, Mr. David Johnston to Miss Eleanor Clement, 
youngest daught-j . ! John Clement. (Tuesday, 

December 23, 1' 

Married, on evening, by the Rev. Mr. 

Furman, Mr. J to C W. Cox, of this city, to Miss 

Eleanor Sere- of Goose-Creek. (Wednesday, 
December 24, 

Married, o .ay evening, by the Rev. Mr. 
Munds, Mr. J inton to Miss Charlotte Duns- 

comb. (Thu " 'ecember 25, 1800.) 

Married, c Sunday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. 
Furman, M' ! J - ta nan Estel to Mrs. Sarah Huff, 
both of thi? ( ■ Ibid.) 



H5 

Married, on Wednesday evening last, by the Rev. 
Mr. Matthews, Mr. James M' Heath to the amiable 
and accomplished Miss Ann M'Herron, both of this 
city. (Monday, December 29, 1800.) 

Married, on Wednesday evening last, by the Rev. 
Mr. Furman, Mr. Henry Romering, merchant, to 
Miss Martha Adams, of St. Helena Island. (Satur- 
day, January 3, 1801.) 

Married, on Wednesday evening last, by the Rev. 
Dr. Gallaghar, Mr. Nicholas Fitzpatrick, store keeper, 
of this city, to Miss Eleanor Haly, late from Ireland. 
(Monday, January 5, 1801.) 

Married, on Thursday evening last, by the Rev. 
Dr. Buist, Mr. Alexander Douglas to Miss Eleanor 
Carew, both of this city. (Ibid.) 

Married, on Thursday evening last, by the Rev. 
Dr. Gallagher, Capt. Paterson to the agreeable Miss 
Ann Halliday, of this city. (Ibid.) 

Married, on Wednesday evening last, by the Rev. 
Mr. Munds, Capt. Joshua Clark to the amiable and 
accomplished Miss Charlotte Harper. (Tuesday, 
January 6, 1801.) 

Married, on Tuesday evening last, by the Rev. 
Dr. Jenkins, Mr. Benjamin Leefe, merchant, to Miss 
Harriet Sophia Bentham, daughter of James Bent- 
ham, Esq. (Thursday, January 8, 1801.) 

Married, on Thursday evening last, by the Rev. 
Dr. Keith, Mr. John You to Miss Antoinette Tar- 
duie, daughter of the late Mons. Louis Tarduie, of 
St. Domingo. (Saturday, January 10, 1801.) 

Married, on Saturday evening last, by the Rev. 
Dr. Holinshead, Mr. Joshua Hargreaves, merchant, 



n6 



to Mrs. Elizabeth B. Canty, widow of the late James 
Canty, Esq. of Georgia. (Monday, January 12, 1801.) 

Married, at Beaufort, on Tuesday evening last, by 
the Rev. Mr. Cook, Mr Robert Guerrard to Miss 
Harriot L. De Treville, daughter of the late Captain 
John L. De Treville. (Thursday, January 15, 1801.) 

Same day, Mr. Robert L. De Treville to Miss 
Sarah Ellis, youngest daughter of Richard Ellis, 
Esq. planter. (Ibid.) 

Married, last evening, by the Rev. Mr. Jenkins, 
Mr. Gilbert Davidson, merchant, to Mrs. Eliza 
Hahnbaum, relict of Dr. G. F. Hahnbaum. (Ibid.) 

Married, last evening, by the Rev. Mr. Jenkins, 
Mr. Angus Bethune, merchant, to Miss Margaret 
Willeman, daughter of Christopher Willeman, Esq. 
(Ibid.) 

Married, on the Wateree, on Sunday the 4th in- 
stant, Mr. Austin F. Peay, merchant, of Camden, to 
the agreeable Miss Mary English, daughter of Joshua 
English, Esq. deceased. (Saturday, January 17, 
1801.) 

Married, on Thursday evening, by the Rev. Mr. 
Fabre, Mr. Lewis Strobel to Miss Jane Stent Austen. 
(Saturday, January 17, 1801.) 

Married, on Thursday evening last, by the Rev. 
Dr. Purcell, the Rev. Edmund Matthews to Miss 
Eliza Ward, youngest daughter of Joshua Ward, 
Esq. (Monday, January 19, 1801.) 

Married, on Wednesday the 14th instant, at the 
Hills, by the Rev. Mr. Roberts, James S. Guignard, 
Esq. to Miss Carolina Richardson. (Friday, January 
23, 1801.) 



"7 

Married, on the 6th instant, in Prince William's 
Parish, by the Rev. Mr. Gourlay, Mr. John Wilkins to 
Miss Mary Eliza Broughton, both of this city. (Ibid.) 

Married, on Sunday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. 
Faber, Mr. John R. Switzer to Mrs. Mary Hahn- 
baum, widow of the late Doctor Christian Hahn- 
baum. (Saturday, January 24, 1801.) 

Married, by the Rev. Dr. Buist, on Thursday even- 
ing, Capt. Wm. B. Brown to Miss Anne Denoon. 

Married, by the Rev. Dr. Buist, on Saturday even- 
ing last, Capt. James Baird to Miss Margaret Bonnor, 
of this city. (Monday, January 26. 1801.) 

Married, at Beaufort, on Thursday, the 15th 
instant, by the Rev. Dr. Cook, Mr. John Burton, 
merchant, to Miss Sarah Oliver Joyner, eldest 
daughter of J. Joyner, Esq. of that place. (Tues- 
day, January 27, 1801.) 

Married, at Beaufort, on Sunday evening, the 18th 
instant, by the Rev. Mr. Cook, Mr. Samuel Law- 
rence, merchant, to Mrs. Elizabeth Givens, widow of 
Mr. John Givens, deceased. (Ibid.) 

Married, on James Island, on Thursday, the 17th 
of December, by the Rev. G. H. Price, Mr. William 
Stone to Mrs. Francis Holmes. (Wednesday, Janu- 
ary 28, 1801.) 

Married, on James Island, on Tuesday, the 23d of 
December, by the Rev. G. H. Price, Mr. Mallory 
Rivers to Miss Lois Burchell, eldest daughter of Mr, 
Thomas Burchell. (Ibid.) 

Married, last evening, by the Rev. Dr. Isaac S. 
Keith, Mr. William Alexander to Miss Mary Witter, 
of John's Island, (Saturday, January 31, 1801.) 



Married, on Sunday evening, the 28th of Decem- 
ber last, Joseph Gist, Esq. to Miss Sarah M'Daniel, 
both of Union county. (Ibid.) 

Married, on Tuesday last, by the Rev. Edward 
Jenkins, T. R. Wilmer, Esq. late of Maryland, to 
Miss Sarah R. Gibbes, daughter of the deceased 
Robert Gibbes, Esq. (Ibid.) 

Married, on Thursday last, by the Rev. Mr. Geo, 
Buist, Mr. John Hughes to the amiable Miss Bulah' 
Lawton, of this city. (Monday, February 2, 1801.) 

Married, on Wednesday evening last, by the Rev. 
Mr. Frost, James Gregory, jun. Esq. to Miss Ann 
Ladson, second daughter of Major James Ladson. 
(Saturday, February 7, 1801.) 

Married, on Thursday evening, by the Rev. Mr. 
Holinshead, Mr. Alexander Thompson to Miss 
Susannah Rose, daughter of Mr. Jeremiah Rose, 
both of this city. (Ibid.) 

Married, on Saturday evening, the 7th instant, by 
the Rev. J. C. Fabre, Mr. Julien Henry to Miss Mary 
Coburn, both of this city. (Tuesday, February 10, 
1801.) 

Married, on Friday evening, by the Rev. Mr. 
Munds, Mr. John Hosley to Miss Isabella Avery, 
both of this city, (Monday, February 16, 1801.) 

Married, on Saturday evening last, by the Rev. 
Mr. Philip Mathews, Mr. William Laider to Miss 
Sarah M'Caully, both of this city. (Ibid.) 

Married, on Tuesday evening, the 17th instant, 
by the Rev. Dr. Gallagher, John Grochan, Esq. to 
the amiable Miss Adelle De Grasse, daughter to the 
late Count De Grasse, Lieutenant-General of the 



naval army of the late King of France. (Friday, 
February 20, 1801.) 

Married, on Thursday evening, by the Rev. Dr. 
Keith, Mr. Thomas Bennett, jun., lumber merchant, 
to Miss Mary Lightbourn Stone, daughter of Benja- 
min Stone, deceased, both of this city. (Saturday, 
February 21, 1801.) • 

Married, last evening, by the Rev. John Harper, 
Mr. George Smith to the amiable Miss Maryann Ann 
Rivers, both of this city. (Ibid.) 

Married, on Thursday evening, by the Right Rev. 
Bishop Smith, Samuel Wragg, Esq. to Miss Mary 
Ashby Ton. (Monday, February 23, 1801.) 

Married, on Tuesday evening last, by the Rev. Dr. 
Isaac Keith, William Simmons, Esq. to Miss Sarah 
Yonge, daughter of Francis Yonge, Esq. (Satur- 
day, March 7, 1S01.) 

Married, on Tuesday evening last, by the Rev. Dr. 
Buist, Mr. William Walker to Mrs. Jane Reid, relict 
of the late Mr. Joseph Reid. (Thursday, March 12, 
1S01.) 

Married, on Saturday evening last, by the Rev. Dr. 
Keith, Mr. Joseph Gladding to the amiable Miss 
Martha Wilkins, both of this city. (Tuesday, March 
24, 1801.) 

Married, on Tuesday evening last, by the Rev. Dr. 
Purcell, Mr. Roger Heriot, merchant, to Miss Cath- 
arine Booth. (Saturday, March 28, 1S01.) 

Married, on Thursday evening last, at Prince Wil- 
liam's Parish, John Alston, Esq., second son of 
William Alston, Esq. to Miss Sarah M'Pherson, 



daughter of Isaac M'Pherson, Esq., deceased. (Wed- 
nesday, April i, 1801.) 

Married, on the 6th March last, in St. Paul's parish, 
by the Rev. Mr. Bladen, Mr. John Williams, of St. 
Bartholomew's to Miss Mary Chapman, of this city. 
(Friday, April 3, 1801.) 

Married, on Saturday, by the Rev. Mr. Thompson, 
Mr. John Stoney, merchant, to Miss Harriot E. Wells, 
both of this city. (Monday, April 6, 1801.) 

Married, on Tuesday, the 9th inst., by the Rev. 
James Gourlay, Mr. Abraham Huguenin to Miss 
Anna Maria Gillison, daughter of Derry Gillison, 
Esq., of St. Luke's Parish. (Saturday, April 11, 
1801.) 

Married, on Saturday, the nth inst., by the Rev. 
Mr. Harper, Mr. Daniel Collins to Mrs. Jane Fontain, 
both of this city. (Tuesday, April 14, 1801.) 

Married, on Saturday last, by the Rev. Mr. Jenkins, 
Mr. William Allan, merchant, to Miss Sarah Haig, 
daughter of the late Dr. George Haig. (Tuesday, 
April 21, 1801.) 

Married, on Saturday evening last, by the Rev. 
Dr. Frost, Mr. David Oswald, tailor, to the agreeable 
and accomplished Miss Elizabeth Oliphant, both of 
this city. (Ibid.) 

Married, at Portland, Edward Prebble, Esq. capt. 
of the United States frigate Essex, to Miss Maria 
Deering. (Wednesday, April 22, 1801.) 

Married, on Sunday evening last, by the Rev. Dr. 
Frost, Mr. John Hasell to Miss Mary Shelback, 
both of this city. (Wednesday, April 29, 1801.) 



Married, on Monday evening last, by the Rev. Dr. 
Purcell, Mr. John Bride, merchant, to Mrs. Elizabeth 
Sargeant, relict of the late Mr. John P. Sargeant. 
(Thursday, April 30, 1801.) 

Married, on Tuesday evening, by the Rev. Dr. 
Furman, Mr. Thomas Blackwood, merchant, to Miss 
Harriot Ouelch, both of this city. (Ibid.) 

Married, on Tuesday evening, 28th April, by the 
Rev. Dr. Buist, Mr. George Kiernan, grocer, to Mrs. 
Montgomery, latelv from Europe. (Saturday, May, 
2, 1801.) 

Married, on Thursday evening, 30th April, by the 
Rev. Mr. Furman, Mr. Thomas P. Shaw, of this city, 
insurance broker, to Miss Mary P. Adams, of St. 
Helena Island. (Ibid.) 

Married, on Tuesday evening, by the Rev. Dr. 
Hollingshead, Mr. John Calhoun to Miss Sarah 
Stevens, both of this city. (Thursday, May 7, 1801.) 

Married, on Thursday evening last, by the Rev. 
Daniel M'Calla, Mr. Samuel Jones, of this city, to 
Miss Mary Legare, daughter of Joseph Legare, Esq., 
of St. James's, Santee (Monday, May 11, 1801.) 

Married, on Friday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. 
Mathews, Thomas Bannatyne to Miss Susanna Rose, 
both of this city. (Wednesday. May 13, 1801.) 

Married, at Camden, on Wednesday evening, the 

13th inst., by the Rev. J. M. Roberts, Mr. Reese, 

of the High Hills of Santee, planter, to Miss Eliza- 
beth Adamson, daughter of Joseph Adamson, Esq., 
merchant, of said place. (Tuesday, May 19, 1S01.) 

Married, on the 7th inst., at the city of Annapolis, 
by Bishop Carroll, the Hon. Robert G. Harper, late 



Member of Congress from South Carolina, to Miss 
Carroll, daughter of the Hon. Charles Carroll, of 
Carrollton. (Saturday, May 23, 1801.) 

Married, last evening, by the Rev. Dr. Jenkins, 
Mr. Acey Hill, of Boston, to the agreeable Mrs. Jane 
Thorney, of this city, and relict of the late William 
Thorney. (Saturday, May 30, 1801.) 

Married, last evening, by the Rev. J. C. Fabre, 
Mr. Sampson Rogers to Mrs. Elizabeth Martin, relict 
of the late John Christian Martin. (Tuesday, June 
2, 1801.) 

Married, on Tuesday, the 26th ult, by the Rev. 
Dr. Jenkins, Mr. John Muncreef to Mrs. Sarah Clark 
Schepeler, relict of the late George Schepeler, mer- 
chant, deceased. (Wednesday, June 3, 1801.) 

Married, last evening, by the Rev. Dr. Keith, Mr. 
Lewis Griffin, of this city, to the amiable Miss Susan- 
nah Davidson, of Jacksonborough. (Saturday, June 
6, 1801.) 

Married, on Saturday evening last, by the Rev. 
Mr. Thompson, at the eight-mile Green Grove, Mr. 
John Hunter to the amiable Mrs. Mary Watson, both 
of this city. (Tuesday, June 15, 1801.) 

Married, on Sunday evening, by the Rev. Mr. Pur 
cell, Capt. John Morrison to Miss Elizabeth Watson 
both of this city. (Ibid.) 

Married, on the 6th inst, by the Rev. Mr. Jenkins 
Mr. Wm. Abbott, merchant, from England, to Miss 
Barbara Dawson, of this city. (Wednesday, June 1 7 
1801.) 

Married, on Thursday, the 18th June, by the Rev, 
Moses Waddel, John S. Newby, Esq. to Miss Lucy 



Bickly, both of Southampton. (Friday, July 3, 
1801.) 

Married, on Sunday evening, July 5th, in St. Paul's 
Parish, by the Rev. Dr. Meyler, Mr. Moses M'Clellan 
to Miss Hannah Roberts. (Wednesday, July 8, 1801.) 

Married, a few days since, Colonel Wade Hamp- 
ton, of Richland district, to Miss Polly Cantey, 
daughter of the late John Cantey, Esq. deceased, of 
Santee (Saturday, July 18, 1801.) 

Married, last evening, by the Rev. Dr. Purcell, 
Wm. Smith, Esq. of the frigate John Adams, to Miss 
Harriet Valk. (Saturday, August 15, 1801.) 

Married, on Thursday evening, the 27th ult., by 
the Rev. Moses Waddle, Mr. Zachariah Bowman to 
Miss Nancy Goodman, both of Vienna, S. C. 
(Thursday, September 3, 1801.) 

Married, on Monday evening last, by the Rev. Dr. 
George Buist, Mr. John Paton to the agreeable Miss 
Sarah Dobel, both of this city. (Friday, September 

4, 1 801.) 

Married, on Thursday evening, by the Rev. Mr. 
Matthews, the Rev. Israel Munds to Mrs. Charlotte 
D. Meyer, both of this place. (Saturday, September 

5, 1801.) 

Married, on Thursday evening, by the Rev. Mr. 
Jenkins, Mr. Lawrence Quackenbush to Miss Mary 
Pringle, both of this citv. (^Saturday, September 5, 
1 801.) 

Married, on Monday evening, by the Rev. Mr. 
Munds, Capt. Jonathan Bogle to the amiable Miss 
Mary Easter. (Wednesday, September 9, 1801.) 



124 

Married, on the evening of the first inst., in Barn- 
well district, Mr. James Furse to the truly amiable 
and accomplished Miss Martha Wyld. 

" In her what kings, what saints have wish'd is given, 
Her heart is empire, and her love is heaven." 

(Wednesday, September 9, 1801.) 

Married, at Smithfield (Mass.), Capt. Peter Warren 
to Miss Ann Shrine, of Georgetown (S. C). (Thurs- 
day, September 10, 1801.) 

Married, on the 16th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Bla- 
den, in St. Paul's parish, Mr. Hardy Pitman to Mrs. 
Avey Gulliatt, of Jacksonborough. (Thursday, Sep- 
tember 24, 1 801.) 

Married, on Monday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. 
Munds, Mr. Joseph Sharp to Miss Sarah Fields. (Ibid.) 

Married, on the 27th September, by the Rev. 
Moses Waddle, Mr. Sterling Dixon to Mrs. Mary 
Ann Noble, both of Abbeville district. (Friday, 
October 2, 1801.) 

Married, on Thursday, the 17th ult., in Richmond, 
Virginia, Col. Douglass Starke, of South Carolina, 
to Miss Lucy Starke, daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth 
Starke, of Hanover. (Thursday, October 8, 1801.) 

Married, at Sullivan's Island, on Monday last, the 
5th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Spierin, Captain Israel G. 
Collins to Miss Mary Ann Allan. (Ibid.) 

Married, on Thursday evening, by the Right Rev. 
Bishop Smith, Mr. Andrew Smylie to Mrs. Susannah 
Bruce. (Saturday, October 10, 1801.) 

Married, on Thursday evening, by the Rev. Dr. 
Hollinshead, Mr. John Cummings, merchant, to Miss 
Elizabeth Airs, both of this city. (Ibid.) 



125 

Married, on Wednesday last, by the Rev. Abraham 
Azuby, Mr. Cherry Moses to Miss Esther Moses, 
youngest daughter of Mr. Myer Moses, deceased. 
(Friday, October 16, 1801.) 

Married, on the 26th of August, at Augustine, 
William Gibson, Esq. merchant, of St. Mary's, to 
Miss Mary Fatio, daughter of Lewis Fatio, Esq. 
deceased. (Friday, October 23, 1801.) 

Married, on Sunday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. 
Jenkins, Dr. Henry Richardson to Miss Mary Fraser, 
daughter of James Fraser, Esq. of Dawfuskie Island. 
(Tuesday, November 3, 1S01.) 

Married, on Thursday evening, by the Rev. Dr. 
Hollinshead, Mr. James Oliver, bricklayer, to Miss 
Elizabeth Limehouse, both of this city. (Saturday, 
November 7, 1801.) 

Married, on Saturday evening, by the Rev. Dr. 
Purcell, Capt. Samuel Kerrison to Mrs. Elizabeth 
M'Giverin. (Tuesday, November 10, 1801.) 

Married, on Saturday evening last, by the Rev. 
Dr. Keith, Mr. Joseph N. Warnock to Miss Sarah 
Harvey, both of this city. (Friday, November 13, 
1801.) 

Married, last evening, by the Rev. Dr. Frost, Mr. 
William Akin, merchant, to the amiable and accom- 
plished Miss Henrietta Wyatt. (Ibid.) 

Married, on Tuesday evening last, by the Rev. Dr. 
Buist, Mr. Patrick Mair, merchant, to Miss Martha 
Begelow. (Thursday, November 19, 1801.) 

Married, on Sunday the 8th inst., by the Rev. Dr. 
Hollinshead, Captain Millen, to Mrs. Humphreys. 
(Friday, November 20, 1801.) 



126 

Married, on Tuesday evening last, by the Rev. Dr. 
Holinshead, Mr. Samuel Frickling, of Edisto Island, 
to Miss Ann Eliza Wilkie, only daughter of Major 
Wilkie. (Tuesday, November 24, 1801.) 

Married, on Wednesday evening last, by the Rev. 
Mr. Jenkins, at Sandy -Hill, James H. Ancrum, Esq. 
to Miss Jane Washington, daughter of the Hon. 
Gen. Wm. Washington. (Ibid.) 

Married, on Saturday evening last, by the Rev. 
Mr. Munds, Mr. Lewis F. Harper to Miss Caroline 
Raynoldes. (Wednesday, November 25, 1801.) 

Married, on Monday evening last, by the Rev. 
Mr. Munds, Mr. Robert Foster to Miss Louisa Gill- 
man. (Wednesday, November 25, 1801.) 

Married, on Sunday the 15th instant, by the Rev. 
Mr. Jenkins, Mr. George Perman to Miss Isabella 
Fell. (Ibid.) 

Married, on Saturday evening last, by the Rev. 
Mr. Faber, Mr. John Ward to Mrs. Ann Brown, both 
of this city. (Ibid.) 

Married, on Thursday evening, by the Rev. Dr. 
Gallagher, Mr. Daniel Remoussin, planter, of the 
island of St. Domingo, to Mrs. Mary Snipes. (Mon- 
day, November 30, 1801.) 

Married, on Wednesday evening last, by the Rev. 
Mr. Balden, Richd. Singleton, jun. Esq. to Miss Jane 
Eliza Postell, daughter of Major John Postell, de- 
ceased, of the Round O. (Tuesday, December 1, 
1 801.) 

Married, on Wednesday evening last, by the Rev. 
Dr. Parker, in St. Thomas's Parish, William Pritch- 
ard, sen. Esq. to the agreeable and accomplished 



Miss Eliza Latham, daughter of Daniel Latham, Esq. 
of this city. (Saturday, December 5, 1801.) 

Married, on Sunday evening, by the Rev. Dr. Pur- 
cell, Mr. Samuel Dubose, of St. Stephen's parish, to 
Mrs. Martha White, of this city. (Tuesday, Decem- 
ber 8, 1801.) 

Married, on Sunday evening, by the Rev. Mr. 
Frost, Mr. Samuel Richards, broker, to Miss Mary 
Singleton, only daughter of Daniel Singleton, Esq., 
deceased. (Tuesday, December 8, 1801.) 

Married, near Statesburg, on the evening of the 
5th inst., by the Rev. I. M. Roberts, Col. Colclough, 
of Santee, to the amiable Mrs. Elizabeth Wright. 
(Wednesday, December 9, 1801.) 

Married, last evening, by the Rev. Mr. Munds, Mr. 
Thomas Appleton to Mrs. Mary Piercy. (Saturday, 
December 12, 1801.) 

Married, on Saturday evening last, by the Rev. 
Dr. Keith, Mr. William Butler Minott to Miss Jane 
Field Smith, both of this city. (Tuesday, Decem- 
ber 15, 1801.) 

Married, on Sunday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. 
Furman, Mr. Samuel Rain, pilot, to the amiable Miss 
Hester Nelson, both of this city. (Tuesday, Decem- 
ber 15, 1801.) 

Married, on Thursday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. 
Best, Dr. T. Reilly to Miss Eliza Haward Maybery, 
both of this city. (Saturday, December 19, 1801.) 

Married, on Thursday evening, the 10th instant, 
by the Rev. Dr. Keith, Mr. Henry W. Paxton to 
Miss Eliza Ann Yeadon, both of this city. (Mon- 
day, December 21, 1801.) 



128 

Married, on Wednesday evening, by the Rev. Dr. 
Keith, Capt. Jared Bunce, of Weathersfield, Con- 
necticut, to Miss Mary Ann Dickinson, of this city. 
(Friday, December 25, 1801.) 

Married, on Friday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. 
Mathews, Mr. Samuel Redmann to Mrs. Sarah 
Andrews, late relict of Mitchel Andrews, both of 
this place. (Monday, December 28, 1801.) 

Savannah, December 25. 

Married, on Monday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. 
Smith, Mr. George D. Sweet to Miss Rachel R. 
Porcher, daughter of the late Paul Porcher, Esq., of 
South Carolina. 

Married, on the 22d inst., Mr. Nathan Beal, of this 
city, to Miss Ann Kirkland, of South Carolina. 
(Tuesday, December 29, 1801.) 

Married, on Wednesday evening, 23d inst., by the 
Rev. Mr. Holingshead, Mr. G. Petre, of Charleston, 
to Mrs. Ester Randal, of Bermuda. (Thursday, 
December 31, 1801.) 

[The Charleston Library Society's file of The 
South-Carolina State Gazette, and Timothy s Daily 
Advertiser ends with the issue for December 31, 1801, 
but the paper did not suspend publication until some- 
time in 1802.] 



INDEX. 



I. Index to Gazettes. 

The South-Carolina Gazette (i 732-1 775), 4-61. 
The Gazette of the State of South-Carolina (1 777— 

1785;, 61-76. 
The State Gazette of South-Carolina (1785-17 ), 

76-87. 
The South- Carolina State Gazette & Timothy & 

Masons Daily Advertiser, 87-97. 
South-Carolina State Gazette and Timothy s Daily 

Advertiser, 97-128- 



II. Index to Names. 



Aarons, Jacob, 80. 
Aarons, Rachel, 80 
Abbott, William, 122. 
Abrahams, Hannah, 93. 
Adams, Miss, daughter of 

President John, 86. 
Adams, Miss, of Edisto 

Island, S. C, 90. 
Adams, Mrs. Elizabeth, 

67. 
Adams, His Excellency 

John, 86. 



Adams, Martha, 115. 
Adams, Mary P., 121. 
Adams, Nathaniel, 92. 
Adams, Rev. Parson, 106. 
Adams, Rev. Thomas, 96, 

97- 
Adams, Providence, 92. 
Adamson, Elizabeth, 121. 
Adamson, John, 1 10. 
Adamson, Joseph, 121. 
Adamson, William, 1 10. 
Addison, John, 66. 



[129] 



t 3 o 



Addison, Capt. John, 68. 

Addison, Kezia, 68. 

Addison, Mrs. Mary, 66. 

Addison, Thomas, 68. 

Adely, Frances Ann, in. 

Aiken, William, 125. 

Ainger, Edward, 100. 

Ainslie, John, 14, 22. 

Ainslie, Lady Mary (Mac- 
kenzie), 26. 

Air, William, 43. 

Airs, Elizabeth, 124. 

Alcock, Capt, 31. 

Aldborough, the, 4, 11. 

Alexander, Alexander, 
school-master, 34. 

Alexander, Capt. Alexan- 
der, 56. 

Alexander, Amelia, 110. 

Alexander, Dr. Isaac, 1 10- 

Alexander, William, 117. 
Alison, Rev. Hugh, 41. 
Allan, Mary Ann, 124. 
Allan, William, 120. 
Allen, Andrew, 6. 
Allen, Elizabeth, 20. 
Allen, Jane, 6. 
Allen, Mrs., 14. 
Alleyn, Jane Knowles, 74. 
Allison, James. 76. 
Allison, William, Jr., 59. 
Allston, John, Jr., 79. 
Allston, Mary, 79. 



Allston, Nancy, 81. 
Allston, Mrs. Rachel 

(Moore), 72. 
Allston, Thomas, 79. 
Allston, Dr. William, 104. 
Alpress, George, 29. 
Alpress, Mrs., 29, 30. 
Alston, John, 1 19. 
Alston, William, 119. 
Ancrum, George, 40. 
Ancrum, James H., 126. 
Ancrum, John, 36. 
Anderson, Dr., 97. 
Anderson, Mrs., 97. 
Anderson, Rachel, 34. 
Anderson, Sally, 49. 
Andrews, Mitchell, 128. 
Andrews, Mrs. Sarah, 128. 
Appleton, Thomas, 127. 
Argyll, John, 4th Duke 

of, 23. 
Arms, Sylvester, 113. 
Arnold, Mrs. Rosina, 89. 
Arthur, Mrs. Mary, 84. 
Ash, Mrs. Ann, 55. 
Ash, Mrs. Mary, 89. 
Ash, Richard Cochran, 

55- 
Ashby, Anthony, 63, 84. 
Ashby, Mrs. Charlotte 

(Marion), 84. 
Ashe, Hon. John, 65. 
Ashe, Major-General, 65. 
Ashe, Samuel, 78. 



Atkin, Lady Anne (Mac- 
kenzie), 26. 

Atkinson, Joseph, 58. 

Attmore, Elizabeth, 83. 

Attmore, Ralph, 83. 

Augeton, Elizabeth, 76. 

August, John, 54. 

Austen, Mrs. Elizabeth, 
108. 

Austen, Jane Stent, 116. 

Avery, Isabella, 118. 

Axson, Elizabeth, 66. 

Axson, Jacob, 103. 

Axson, Thomas, 66. 

Azuby, Rev. Abraham, 92, 
93, no, 125. 

Bacot, Peter, 27. 

Baddeley, Col. John, 72. 

Badger, James, 86. 

Baird, Capt. James, 117. 

Baker, Harriet, 71. 

Baker, John, 33, 87. 

Baker, Mary, 59. 

Baker, Richard Bohun, 71. 

Baker, Sally, 35. 

Baker, Susannah, 87. 

Baker, Thomas, 108. 

Baker, William, 25. 

Balden, Rev. Mr., 126. 

Ball, Archibald Scott, 104. 

Ball, Mrs. Charity, 57. 

Ball, Elias, 47. 

Ball, Elizabeth, 27. 

Ball, John Coming, 27, 53. 



Ball, Joseph, Jr., 84. 
Ball, Katharine, 53. 
Ball, Lydia, 47. 
Ball, William, 58. 
Ballantine, James, 48. 
Bampfield, Elizabeth, 67. 
Bampfield, William, 67. 
Bannatyne, Thomas, 121. 
Bannister, Ann, 77. 
Barksdale, George, 55. 
Barksdale, Polly, 55. 
Barnes, Miss, 35. 
Barnwell, John, 43. 
Barnwell, John, Jr. (1748- 

1799), 62. 
Barnwell, Martha, 43. 
Baron, Rev. Alexander, 

34- 
Baron, Dr. Alexander, 52. 
Baron, Mrs. Anne, 34. 
Barton, Eliza, 98. 
Basset, Rev. Nathan, 5, 9. 
Basset, Mrs., 9. 
Baugniet, Charles, 108. 
Baynard, Thomas, 69. 
Beal, Nathan, 128. 
Beard, Robert, 34, 94. 
Bedon, John, Jr., 6. 
Bedon, Stephen, Jr., 8. 
Bee, Ann, 103. 
Bee, Col. John, 20. 
Bee, John S., 93. 
Bee, Joseph, 65, 103. 
Bee, Rachel, 83. 



132 



Bee, Rebecca, 20. 
Bee, Thomas, 21, 85. 
Beekman, Barnard, 40. 
Begelow, Martha, 125. 
Bell, Alexander, 81. 
Bell, Andrew, 34. 
Bell, Capt. Joseph, 82. 
Bell, Joseph D. 103. 
Bellamy, Sally, 5. 
Bellinger, Edmund (3d), 

3i. 38. 
Bellinger, Edmund (4th), 

93; 
Bellinger, Eliza, 38. 
Bellinger, Lucia, dau. 3d 

Edmund, 3 t, 
Bellinger, Lucia, dau. 4th 

Edmund, 93. 
Bellinger, William, 66. 
Bennett, Thomas, Jr., 119. 
Bentham, Harriet Sophia, 

"5- 

Bentham, James, 53, 88- 

89, 115. 
Bentham, Mary, 88. 
Beresford, Elizabeth, 44. 
Beresford, Richard, 44. 
Berwick, John, 55. 
Besselleu, Johanna, 107. 
Best, Rev. Dr., 109, 127. 
Beswicke, John, 8. 
Bethune, Angus, 116. 
Betsey, the, 79. 
Beyerly, Wilhelmina, 108. 



Bickley, Lucy, 122-123. 
Bignell, Mrs., 91. 
Bisset, Miss, 82. 
Bize, Daniel, 100. 
Black, Elizabeth, 71. 
Black, James, 71. 
Blackwell, Rev. Dr., 108. 
Blackwood, Thomas, 121. 
Bladen, Rev. Thomas D., 

120, 124. 
Blake, Anne, 22. 
Blake, Daniel (1731- 

1780), 20. 
Blake, Daniel (1 775— 

1834), 104. 
Blake, Edward, 59, 71. 
Blake, Polly, 59. 
Blake, William, 20. 
Blakey, George, 34. 
Blewer, Capt., 51. 
Boden, Nicholas, 63. 
Bogle, Capt. Jonathan, 

123. 
Boillat, Peter, 71. 
Bommer, Jacob, 62. 
Bommer, Miss, 62. 
Bond, Catharine, 20. 
Bond, Jacob, 20. 
Bond, Mary (1759), 20. 
Bond, Mary (1783), 64. 
Bond, Thomas, 64. 
Bonneau, Floride, 86. 
Bonneau, Mrs. Jane, 80. 
Bonneau, Josiah, 58, 80. 



133 



Bonneau, Samuel, 86. 

Bonner, Mrs., 82. 

Bonner, Margaret, 117. 

Bonnesons, Jacques Phil- 
ippe de, 78. 

Bonsall, Samuel, 67. 

Boomer, John, 58. 

Boone, Rebecca, 16. 

Booner, Mrs. Arabella, 87. 

Booth, Catharine, 119. 

Boquet, Rachel, 61. 

Bosomworth, Abraham, 
14. 

Bounetheau, Gabriel 
Manigault, 101. 

Bourdeaux, Daniel, 41, 

Bourquin, Elizabeth, 48. 

Bouysson, Peter, 103. 

Bouysson, Rosina, 103. 

Bowles, Tobias, 90. 

Bowman, James, 81. 

Bowman, Zachariah, 123. 

Boy, John, 72. 

Boyd, Mrs. Anne, 33. 

Boyd, Elizabeth, 82. 

Boyd, Capt. Robert, ^,^. 

Boyden, Daniel, 95. 

Boyle, Daniel, 1 12. 

Boylston, Nicholas, 88. 

Bradley, Mary, 101. 

Bradwell, John, 60. 

Brailsford, John, 40. 

Brailsford, Joseph, 29. 

Brailsford, Morton, 17. 



Brailsford, Sarah, 29. 
Brailsford, William, 85. 
Branford, Elizabeth, 44. 
Branford, Thomas, 49. 
Branford, William, 15,44, 

49. 
Brett, Elizabeth, 72. 
Brewton, Frances, 16. 
Brewton, John, 45, 69. 
Brewton, Mary, dau. of 

Miles (1675-1 745), 6. 
Brewton, Mrs. Mary, 

(Weyman), 68. 
Brewton, Col. Miles(i675- 

1745). 8. 
Brewton, Miles (1 73 1- 

1775), 21. 
Bride, John, 1 21. 
Brinley, Mrs. Mary, 99. 
Brinley, Stephen, 99. 
Brisbane, Catharine, 23. 
Brisbane, James, 49. 
Brisbane, Mrs., 54. 
Brisbane, Dr. William, 23, 

54- 
Brisbane, William, 89. 
Brisbane, William S., 90. 
Britton,Mrs. Elizabeth, 79. 
Britton, Henry, 79. 
Bromly, Elizabeth, 73. 
Brooks, Hetty, 109. 
Broughton, Charlotte, 44. 
Broughton, Christiana, 4. 
Broughton, Johannah, 4. 



134 



Broughton, Mary Eliza, 

117. 
Broughton, Nathaniel 

(2d.), 44- 
Broughton, Mrs. Sarah, 

23- 

Broughton, Mrs. Susan- 
nah, 65. 

Broughton, Hon. Thomas, 

4- 

Broughton, Thomas (2d.), 

son of Hon. Thomas, 

10, 23. 
Broughton, Thomas, Jr., 

grandson of Hon. 

Thomas, 65. 
Broughton's Bastion, 50. 
Broun, Anne, 53. 
Broun, Margaret, 31. 
Broun, Dr. Robert, 31, 53. 
Brower, Jeremiah, 58. 
Brown, Mrs. Ann, 126. 
Brown, Ann Goodby, 1 13. 
Brown, Charles, 65, 102, 

ii3- 
Brown, Fanny, 45. 
Brown, George, 97. 
Brown, John, 45. 
Brown, Joseph, 45. 
Brown, Joseph, Son of 

above, 72, 89. 
Brown, Martha, 85. 
Brown, Robert, 103. 
Brown, Capt. Wm. 3., 1 1 7. 



Bruce, David, 28. 

Bruce, Mrs. Susannah, 
124. 

Brunet, Joseph, 105. 

Brunson, John, 107. 

Bryan, Arthur, 96. 

Bryan, James, 49. 

Bryan, John, 61. 

Bryan, Mrs. Susannah, 
107. 

Buchanan, Sally, 48. 

Budd, Hetty, 68. 

Budd, Dr. John, 68. 

Buist, Rev. Dr. George, 
97, 98, 99, 103, 104, 105 
(2), 107, 109, 110(2), 
in (2), 115, 117 (2), 
1 18, 1 19, 121, 123, 125. 

Bull, John, 35, 39. 

Bull, Mrs. Judith (May- 
rant), 15. 

Bull, Stephen, 27, 49. 

Bull, Thomas, 46. 

Bulline, John, 63. 

Bulline, Mary, 63. 

Bulline, Susannah, 50. 

Bulline, Thomas, 50. 

Bunce, Capt. Jared, 128. 

Bunch, Mrs. Sarah, 49. 

Bunch, Thomas, 49. 

Burchell, Lois, 117. 

Burchell, Thomas, 117. 

Burkhard, John, 70. 

Burn, Hon. John, 34. 



135 



Burr, Thaddeus, 61. 
Burrington, Thomas, 15. 
Burrough, Amy Whipple, 

88. 
Burrows, Polly, 58. 
Burrows, William, 58, 64. 
Burrows, William (2d.). 

64. 
Burt, Emily, 91. 
Burton, Col., 24. 
Burton, Capt. Isaac, 59. 
Burton, John, 1 1 7. 
Butler, Anthony, 99. 
Butler, Mrs. Elizabeth, 81. 
Butler, Major Pierce, 45, 

108. 
Butler, Polly, 32. 
Butler, Sarah, 108. 
Butler, William, 32. 
Byers, Elizabeth, 107. 
Bynum, Turner, 98. 
Bythewood, Thomas, 89. 

Calder, John, 69. 
Calder, Sally, 69. 
Calhoun, Henry, 93. 
Calhoun, John, 121, 
Camden (Pine Tree Hill), 

37- 
Cameron, Elizabeth, 88. 
Cameron, Mrs. Mary, 78. 
Campbell, Capt. Hugh, 12. 
Campbell, Right Hon. 

Lord William, 23. 



Campbell, Lieut, f8. 
Cannon, Daniel, 47. 
Cannon, Sally, 47. 
Cantey, Mrs. Elizabeth B., 

116. 
Cantey, James, 1 16. 
Cantey, Capt. John, 40. 
Cantey, John, 1 23. 
Cantey, Mary, 40. 
Cantey, Polly, 123. 
Cape, Brian, 42. 
Cape, John, 92. 
Capers, Charles, 75. 
Capers, Elizabeth, 75. 
Capers, William, 64. 
Carew, Eleanor, 115. 
Carne, Dr. Samuel, 20. 
Carr, Jennet, 100. 
Carrere, Charles, 96. 
Carroll, Bishop, 121. 
Carroll, Miss, 122. 
Carroll, Hon. Charles, of 

Carrollton, 122. 
Carroll, Henrietta, 30. 
Carsan, Archibald, 68. 
Carsan, William, 41. 
Carson, James, 92. 
Cart, John, 74. 
Cartwright, Mary, 16. 
Casey, Benjamin, 102. 
" Castle Braun," 38. 
Cattell, Anne, 5. 
Cattell, Benjamin, 50. 
Cattell, John, 54. 



1 3 6 



Cattell, Mrs. Mary (Mc- 
Cain, 66. 
Cattell, Sarah, 54. 
Cattell, William, 5. 
Cattell, William, Jr., 11, 

32. 
Chalker, Capt. Jabez, 63. 
Chalmers, Mrs. Ann 

Brown, 99. 
Chalmers, Dr. Lionel, 30, 

72, 73- 
Chalmers, Nancy, 73. 
Chalmers, Sarah, 72. 
Champneys, John, 21. 
Champneysjohn (2d.), 25. 
Champneys, Mrs. Sarah, 

21. 
Chanler, Rev. Isaac, 41 (2). 
Chanler, Dr. Isaac, 46, 

114. 
Chanler, Miss, 41. 
Chanler, Susannah, 41. 
Chapman, Mary, 120. 
Chardon, Isaac, 6. 
Charles, Mary, 107. 
Chichester, Dr. 88. 
Chiffelle, Christiana, 36. 
Chiffelle, Rev. Henry, 36. 
Child, Mary, 14. 
Chinners, John Sandiford, 

105. 
Chisman, Capt, 17. 
Chisolm, Alexander, Sr., 

85- 



Chisolm, Alexander, Jr., 

30. 
Chisolm, Christiana, 30. 
Chitty, Sarah, 102. 
Chitty, William, 88. 
Chopard, Ann, 44. 
Chopard, Daniel, 44. 
Chovin, Alexander, 51. 
Christie, Betsy, 52. 
Christie, James, 37. 
Clapp, Mary, 10. 
Clark, Mrs. Alice, 108. 
Clark, Ann, 76. 
Clark, Durie, 108. 
Clark, Jane, 113. 
Clark, Capt. Joshua, 115. 
Clark, Mrs. Margaret, 95. 
Clarke, Archibald C, 83. 
Clarkson, Mrs. Mary M., 

109. 
Cleator, Mrs. Elizabeth, 

58. 
Cleator, John, 58. 
Cleiland, Elizabeth, 59. 
Cleiland, Dr. John, 52, 59. 
Cleiland, Sally, 52. 
Cleiland, Dr. William, 5. 
Cleiland, William, 78, 81. 
Cleland, Hon. John, 14. 
Cleland, Nancy, 14. 
Clement, Eleanor, 114. 
Clement, John, 114. 
Clement, William, 100. 
Clifford, Elizabeth, 40. 



137 



Clifford. Thomas, 40. 
Clime, Martin, 84. 
Clinton, His Excellency 

George, 87. 
Clinton, Miss, 87. 
Coachman, James, 53. 
Coachman, Thomas, 96. 
Cobley, Jemmitt, 1 r. 
Coburn, John, 1 10. 
Coburn, Mary, 1 18. 
Coburn, Priscilla, 91. 
Cochran, Catherine, 97. 
Cochran, Dr. John, 31. 
Cochran, Mrs. Margaret, 

3i- 

Cochran, Capt. Robert, 

23- 
Cochran, Thomas, Jr., 102. 
Cogdell, Capt. George, 62. 
Cohen, Cornelia, 102. 
Colclough, Col, 127. 
Colcock, John, 2,7- 
Cole, Ann, 88. 
Cole, Richard, 62. 
Colhoun, Hon. John 

Ewing, 86. 
Colles, Elizabeth, 38. 
Colles, Mary, 34. 
Colles, Robert, 38. 
Collins, Daniel, 120. 
Collins, Capt. Israel G., 

124. 
Combs, Thomas, 44. 
Comett, Capt. Peter, 10. 



Compton, Ann, 63. 
Compty, Maj. John, 74. 
Constant, Friend, the, 31. 
Cook, George, 62. 
Cook, James, t,j. 
Cook, Capt. John, 54. 
Cook, Mrs. Mary, 89. 
Cook, Polly, 54. 
Cook, Rev. Dr., 116, 117. 
Cooper, Elizabeth, 24-5. 
Cooper, Thomas, 25. 
Corbett, Thomas, 39. 
Cordes, Catharine, 30. 
Cordes, Esther, 1 1. 
Cordes, John, 30. 
Cordes, Thomas, 72. 
Corker, Thomas, 96. 
Cossens, Edmund, 57. 
Coslett, Hon. Charles 

Mathews, 51. 
Coste, Rev. Mr., 89, 90, 94. 
Counts, Felix, 106. 
Cox, John, 87. 
Cox, John C. W., 114. 
Cox, Joseph, 69. 
Cox, Polly, 69. 
Crafts, William, 84. 
Crawford, Ann, 106. 
Crawford, Daniel, 12, 22 

0). 

Crawford, David, 12. 
Crawford, Helen, 22. 
Crawford, Mrs. Mary 
(Holland), 22. 



138 



Crawford, Mr., 5. 
Creighton, John, 57. 
Creighton, Mrs. Leslie, 

6 3- 
Creighton, William, 63. 

Cripps, Mrs. Mary, 30. 

Cripps, William, 30. 

Croft, George, 28. 

Cromartie, George, 3d. 

Earl of, 22, 26. 
Cromwell, Oliver, 54, 94. 
Cross, Sarah Susannah, 

70. 
Crosthwate, Mrs., Sarah, 

55- 
Crosthwate, William 

Ward, 56. 
Crouch, Henry, 46. 
Cruger, David, 85. 
Cruger, Nicholas, Jr., 99. 
Culliatt, Adam, 68. 
Culliatt, Mary, 68. 
Cumming, Andrew, 59, 96. 
Cumming, Helen, 96. 
Cummings, John, 124. 
Cunningham, Andrew, 31. 
Cunningham, Charles, 

1 13- 

Cusack, Capt. James, 53. 
Cusack, Mrs., 74. 

Dale, Dr. Thomas, 6. 
Dandridge, Mrs. Frances, 
42. 



Dandridge, William, 42. 
Daniell, Adam, 22, 72. 
Daniell, Elizabeth, 61. 
Daniell, Frances, 72. 
Daniell, John, 6. 
Daniell, John (2d.;, 36. 
Daniell, Capt. John, 24. 
Daniell, Polly, 91. 
Daniell, Robert, 61. 
Daquilar, Sarah, 1 10. 
Darby, James, 53. 
Darby, Robert A., no. 
Darby, William, 97. 
Darrell, Capt. Edward, 

42. 
Darrell, Capt. Nicholas, 

109. 
Dart, Anne, 62. 
Dart, Benjamin, 46. 
Dart, Hannah, 46. 
Dart, Isaac Motte, 104. 
Dart, John, 9, 10, 27. 
Dart, John, Jr., 51. 
Davidson, Gilbert, 116. 
Davidson, James, 113. 
Davidson, Susannah, 122. 
Davis, Margaret, 114. 
Dawson, Barbara, 122. 
Dawson, Hamilton, 60. 
Dawson, Mary, 83. 
Dawson, Rev. Mr., 60. 
Deas, David, 14. 
Deas, David (3d.), no. 
Deas, John, 20, 53. 



139 



Deas, John, Jr., 95. 

Deas, Mrs., 95. 

Deas, Polly, 53. 

De Berniere, Col. John, 

98. 
De Berniere, Miss, 98. 
DeBow, Dr. William, no. 
Deering, Maria, 120. 
De Grasse, Adelle, 118. 
De Grasse, Count, 118. 
De La Howe, Dr. John, 

33- 
De Lancey, Peter, 44. 
Delatour, Susan, 75. 
Delegall, Catherine, 12. 
Delegall, Maj. Philip, 12. 
De Liesseline, Francis, 81. 
Dener, George, 107. 
Dennison, Capt. James, 

94. 
Denoon, Anne, 1 17. 
De Pass, Hannah, 92. 
De Pass, Ralph, 92. 
Dering, Cholmondeley, 29 

(William), 30. 
DeSaussure, Hon. Daniel, 

79- 

De Saussure, Henry Wil- 
liam, 79. 

Des Molleres, Gabriel, 
Francemir Germaine 
Richomme, 93. 

De Treville, Harriot L., 
116. 



De Treville, Capt. John 

L., 116. 
De Treville, Robert, L., 

116. 
De Veaux, Hannah, 78. 
De Veaux, Mary, 89. 
Deverge, Madame, 90. 
Dewar, Charles, 60, 66. 
Dewar, Polly, 60. 
Dewar, Sarah, 66. 
Dewick, Dr., 34. 
Dewick, Hannah, 34. 
d'Harriette, Benjamin, 39. 
Dickey, Sarah, 1 13. 
Dickinson, Mary Ann, 1 28. 
Dillon, Robert, 36. 
Dixon, Sterling, 124. 
Dobel, Sarah, 123. 
Dodd, John, 57. 
Dodd, Mary Ann, 57. 
Dolliver, Capt. Henry, 97. 
Donavon, Sally, 57. 
Dorrell, Mrs. Frances 

(Rivers), 82. 
Dorrell, Maj. Joseph, 82. 
Dott, David, 35. 
Doughty, Polly, t>7- 
Doughty, Rebecca C, 

105. 
Doughty, Thomas, ^7. 
Doughty, Thomas (2d.), 

Doughty, William, 42, 65, 
105. 



140 



Douglas, Alexander, 115.! 

Douxsaint, Catharine, 27. 

Douxsaint, Jane, 37. 

Douxsaint, Paul, 37. 

Doyley, Daniel, 60. 

Doyley, Daniel (2d.), 66. 

Doyley, Nancy, 60. 

Drayton, Dr. Charles, 56. 

Drayton, Hon. John, 16, 
26, 56, 60, 90. 

Drayton, John, grandson 
of above, 88. 

Drayton, Mary, dau. 
of Thomas, 16. 

Drayton, Right Hon. 
Lady Mary (Macken- 
zie), dau. of George, 3d. 
Earl of Cromartie, 22. 

Drayton, Miss, 90 

Drayton, Thomas, 16, 22, 

Drayton, William Henry, 
26. 

Drummond, James, 105. 

Dry, Dorothy, 12. 

Dry, Sarah, 62. 

Dry, William, 9, 62. 

Dryden, Mrs. Eleanor, 28. 

Dubbert, Elizabeth R., 

Dubbert, Rev. Mr., in. 
Duboise, David, 65. 
Duboise, Mrs. Susannah, 

65. . ' 

Du Bose, Catherine, 97. 



Du Bose, David, 104. 
Du Bose, Capt. Isaac, 97. 
Du Bose, Joseph, no. 
Du Bose, Samuel, 127. 
Duche, Benjamin, 68. 
Duffus, John, 109. 
Duke, Benjamin, 70. 
Duke, Elizabeth, 68. 
Dulles, Joseph, 75. 
Dunbar, Capt. Thomas, 

70. 
Dunbar, William, 102. 
Dunham, John M., 91. 
Dunscomb, Charlotte, 

114. 
Du Pre, Cornelius, 73. 
Dupont, Jane Elizabeth, 

Dupont, John, 71. 
Dutarque, John, 27, 46. 
Dutarque, John (2d.) 58. 
Dutarque, Martha, 46. 
Dutarque, Mary, 27. 
Dwight, Rev. Daniel, 4, 



Easter, Mary, 123. 
Easton, Nancy, 72. 
Easton, Walter, 72. 
Eaton, Anne, 39. 
Eberson, Susannah, 58. 
Edgar, Mrs. Peggy, 7. 
Edmonds, Rev. Mr., 23. 
Edwards, Catharine, 65. 



i4i 



Edwards, Elizabeth, 65. 
Edwards, John, 55, 65 (2). 
Edwards, John, Jr., 55. 
Elder, Dr. Thomas, 53. 
Elliot, Rev. Mr., 61. 
Elliott, Artemas, 23, 25, 

53- 

Elliott, Barnard, 26. 

Elliott, Charlotte, 25. 

Elliott, Mrs. Claudia, 20. 

Elliott, Joseph, 23, 54. 

Elliott, Mrs. Katharine 
(Brisbane), 54. 

Elliott, Margaret, 53. 

Elliott, Mrs. Mary, mar- 
ried Edward Gough in 
1742, 7. 

Elliott, Mrs. Mary, mar- 
ried Culcheth Golightly 
in 1746, 10. 

Elliott, Mary, dau. of Ar- 
temas, 23. 

Elliott, Mary, sister of 
Barnard, 26. 

Elliott, Mary, dau. of 
Thomas, of Wappoo, 40. 

Elliott, Sabina, 51. 

Elliott, Sarah, 21. 

Elliott, Thomas, Sr., of 
Stono, 21. 

Elliott, Thomas, of Wap- 
poo, 40. 

Elliott, Thomas, son of 
Benjamin, 80. 



Elliott, Capt. Thomas 
Law, 20. 

Elliott, William, Sr., 51. 

Ellis, Richard, of Beau- 
fort, 67, 116. 

Ellis, Richard, of Charles- 
ton, 77.^ 

Ellis, Sabina, 59. 

Ellis, Sarah, 1 16. 

Ellis, William, 59. 

Elms, William, 69. 

English, Joshua, 1 16. 

English, Mary, 116. 

Ernst, Elizabeth, 91. 

Escorte, the, 27. 

Esmond, George, 59. 

Esmond, Mrs. Margaret, 

59- 
Estel, Boardman, 114. 
Evance, Charlotte, 72. 
Evans, Esther, 57. 
Evans, George, 57, 71. 
Evans, Margaret, 97. 
Evans, Mary, 93. 
Eve, Ann Pritchard, 113. 
Eve, Capt. Oswald, 113. 
Eveleigh, George, 52. 
Eveleigh, Thomas, 52. 
Ewing, Robert, 80. 

Faber, Rev. Dr. J. C, 101 

(2), 102 (2), 103, 105, 
107 (2), 109, in (2), 
112, 116, 117, 118, 122. 



142 



Faesch, Arabella, 92. 
Fair, Ann, 90. 
Fair, William, 90. 
Fairchild, Mrs., 79. 
Farquhar, John, 82. 
Farquhar, Margaret M., 

95- 
Farr, John, 71. 
Farr, Thomas, Jr., 21. 
Farr, Thomas (3d.), 54. 
Fatio, Lewis, 125. 
Fatio, Mary, 125. 
Fayssoux, Dr. Peter, 48. 
Fenton, Miss, 24. 
Fenwicke, Hon. Edward, 

16. 
Fenwicke, Harriet, 83. 
Fickland, George, 71. 
Fickland, Jane, 71. 
Fickling, Samuel, 126. 
Field, John, 70. 
Field, Margaret, 70. 
Fields, Sarah (1784), 69. 
Fields, Sarah (1801), 124. 
Fitzpatrick, Nicholas, 115. 
Flagg, Dr. Henry Collins, 

72. 
Fleck, Mrs. Mary, 82. 
Fleming, Beatrix, 89. 
Fleming, Sally, 52. 
Fleming, Thomas, 52. 
Flemming, Elizabeth, 95. 
Flud, Harriet, 86. 
Flud, Col. William, 86. 



Fly, Polly, 30. 
Fogartie, Esther, 66. 
Fogartie, James, 97. 
Foissin, Elias, 47. 
Foissin, Elizabeth, 47. 
Foissin, Mr., 5. 
Foley, Thomas, 27. 
Fontain, Mrs. Jane, 120. 
Ford, Elizabeth Nash, 97. 
Ford, George, 67. 
Ford, Miss, 79. 
Ford, Mrs., 39. 
Ford, Timothy, 112. 
Forgatt, Francis, 68. 
Forshaw, Elizabeth, 104. 
Foster, Robert, 126. 
Foster, Thomas, 68. 
Fowler, James, 19. 
Fowler, Mrs. Martha, 19. 
Frankland, Thomas, 8. 
Fraser, Alexander, 14, 18. 
Fraser, Anne, 1 1. 
Fraser, James, 125. 
Fraser, John, 46. 
Fraser, Mary, 125. 
Fraser, Rev. Mr., 92. 
Fraser, William, 66. 
Frederick, Andrew, 85. 
Frederick, Betsy, 50. 
Frederick, Christiana, 85. 
Frederick, Jeremiah, 51. 
Frederick, Mrs. Sarah, 74. 
Free-Mason, the, 30. 
Friendship, the, 58. 



H3 



Frierson, Capt. John, jj. 

Fripp, Paul, Jr., 64. 

Frost, Rev. Dr. Thomas, 
94, 95, 96 (2), 97, 98, 
99, 101, 102 (3), 104, 
105(2), 107(3), 108(2), 

IO9 (2), IIO, III, 112, 
114 (2), Il8, I20 (2), 
125, 127. 

Fuller, Elizabeth, 55. 
Fuller, Thomas, 30, 55. 
Fuller, Whitmarsh, 22. 
Furman, Rev. Richard, 
• 101, in, 114 (2), 1 15, 

121 (2), 127. 
Furse, James, 124. 

Gadsden, Mrs. Anne 

(Gascoigne), 31, 44. 
Gadsden, Christopher, n, 

19. 33- 6 5-. 
Gadsden, Elizabeth, 33. 
Gadsden, Philip, 65. 
Gadsden, Thomas, 31, 

44. 
Gaillard, Bartholomew, 

105 
Gaillard, Elizabeth, 80. 
Gaillard, Lydia, 58. 
Gaillard, Peyre, 102. 
Gaillard, Theodore, 58. 
Gaillard, Theodore, of 

later generation, 100. 
Galaway, Mary, 89. 



Gallagher, Rev. Dr., 100, 
105, 108, 1 15, 118, 126. 

Garden, Rev. Alexander 
(1686-1756), 15. 

Garden, Benjamin, 27. 

Garden, Martha, 15. 

Gare, Hortence Frances, 
106. 

Gamier, John, 85. 

Garvey, James, 109. 

Gascoigne, Admiral, 31. 

Gascoigne, Anne, 31. 

Gazette, changes in the, 
mentioned, 3-4, 6, 7 (2), 
9 (2), 10 (2), 11, 12 (3), 
13(2), 14, 15-16, 16, 17, 
18(2), 19(2), 26, 29,33, 
47 (2), 48, 5°. 52, 54, 
55, 56, 57- 59 (2), 60, 61 
(2), 62, 63, 69, 76, 87 
(2), 92, 94, 97, 128. 

Geiger, Betsy, 81. 

Geiger, John, 81. 

Genet, Charles Edmund, 
87. 

Gensel, John, 108. 

George, the, 56. 

Geyer, John, 67. 

Gibbes, Alice, 47. 

Gibbes, Anne, 33. 

Gibbes, Benjamin, 81. 

Gibbes, Culcheth, 38. 

Gibbes, Col. John (1696- 
1764), 8. 



144 



Gibbes, John, 74. 
Gibbes, Maria Ann, 1 1 
Gibbes, Mary, dau. of 

Culcheth, 38. 
Gibbes, Mary, dau. of 

William (1 723-1 780X69. 
Gibbes, Mrs., 20. 
Gibbes, Robert (1718— 

.i75i).47- 
Gibbes, Robert (1732- 

.1794). n8. 
Gibbes, Robert R., 101. 
Gibbes, Sarah R., 118. 
Gibbes, William (1723- 

1780). 33, 69. 
Gibbes, William (Married 

!79 6 ). 93- 
Gibson, Elizabeth, 43. 
Gibson, Rowland, 43. 
Gibson, Thomas, 101. 
Gibson, William, 125. 
Gilbroy, John, 82. 
Gilbroy, Margaret, 82. 
Gilchrist, Adam, 68. 
Gilchrist, Mrs. Dorothy, 

98. 
Gilchrist, Malcolm, 98. 
Giles, Elizabeth, 84. 
Giles, John, 84 
Gillen, Archibald, 113. 
Gillespie, David, 42. 
Gillideau, Mary, 74. 
Gillison, Anna Maria, 120. 
Gillison, Derry, 120. 



Gillman, Louisa, 126. 

Gillon, Capt. (subse- 
quently Commodore) 
Alexander, 30. 

Ginness, Ann, 93. 

Gist, Joseph, 118. 

Gist, Gen. Mordecai, 66. 

Given, Agnes, 68. 

Given, John, 68. 

Givens, Mrs. Elizabeth, 
117. 

Givens, John, 117. 

Gladding, Joseph, 119. 

Glen, Charlotte, 34. 

Glen, Governor James, 
16. 

Glen, Miss, 16. 

Glen, William, 34. 

Glen, William, Jr., 42. 

Glew, Eliza, 96. 

Glover, Col. Joseph, 67. 

Glover, Joseph, son of 
Col. Joseph, 67. 

Glover, Miss, 82. 

Glover, Moses, 99. 

Glover, Sanders, 68. 

Glover, Wilson (William), 

43- 
Glover, Mrs. Wilson, 43. 
Godard, Rene, 90. 
Godfrey, Ann, 112. 
Godfrey, Jane, 11. 
Godin, Amelia, 27. 
Godin, Benjamin, 28. 



i45 



Godin, Elizabeth Sarah, 

79 
Godin, Isaac, 79. 
Godwin, Mr., 76. 
Golden, Ann, 72. 
Golden, Mr., 72. 
Golightly, Culcheth, 10, 

21, 33- 
Golightly, Dorothy, 26. 
Golightly, Mary, 33. 
Golightly, Mrs., 21. 
Goodman, Nancy, 123. 
Goodwin, John, 9. 
Gordon, Alexander 

("Sandy"), 24. 
Gordon, Elizabeth, 45. 
Gordon, Frances, 24. 
Gordon, James, 26, 70, 

103. 
Gordon, John, 32, 45. 
Gordon, Nancy, 56. 
Gordon, Thomas, 56. 
Gough, Edward, 7. 
Gough, Thomas, 63. 
Gourdin, Theodore, 80. 
Gourlay, Rev. James, 93, 

in, 112 (2), 1 1 7, 120. 
Graeme, David, 19. 
Graham, Ann, 1 12. 
Graham, Catharine, 103-4. 
Graham, Elizabeth, 74. 
Graham, James, 33. 
Graham, Rev. William E., 

104, 1 12. 



Grant, Hary, 90. 
Grant, Col. James, 30. 
Grant, John, 78. 
Graves, Elizabeth, 45. 
Graves, Patsey, 106. 
Gray, Mrs. Margaret, 

103. 
Gray, Margaret, 107. 
Gray, Martha, 48. 
Grayson, Elizabeth, 81. 
Grayson, John, 81. 
Green, James C, 94. 
Green, Margaret, 81. 
Green, Samuel, 41. 
Greenage. Mary, 88. 
Greene, Daniel John, 67, 

75- 
Greene, Elizabeth, 67. 
Greene, Polly, 75. 
Greenhow, Anne, 25. 
Greenland, Samuel A., 

100. 
Greg, John, 40. 
Gregory, James, Jr., 118. 
Grier, Joseph, 79. 
Grier, Rebecca, 79. 
Griffin, Lewis, 122. 
Griffin, William, 73. 
Griffith, Edward, 34. 
Griggs, John, 66. 
Grimball, Thomas, 28. 
Grimke, Anna, 51. 
Grimke, Elizabeth, 24. 
Grimke, Frederick, 24. 



146 



Grimke, John Faucheraud, 

Grimke, John Paul, 51. 
Grimke, Mary, 18. 
Grochan, John, 1 18. 
Guerard, Benjamin, 30, 83. 
Guerard, David, 34, 43. 
Guerard, Godin, 40. 
Guerard, Hon. John, 40. 
Guerard, Robert, 116. 
Guerin, Elizabeth, 85. 
Guerin, Henrietta, 114. 
Guerin, Mathurin, 55. 
Guerin, Miss, 20. 
Guerin, Susannah, 74. 
Guerin, William, 26. 
Guignard, Anne, 36. 
Guignard, Gabriel, 36. 
Guignard, James S., 116. 
Gulliatt, Mrs. Avey, 124. 
Gunter, Edward, 48. 
Guy, Rev. William, 5, 7. 
Gyles, Thomas, 103. 

Hackett, Dr. Michael, 28. 
Hagood, Johnson, 89. 
Hahnbaum, Dr. Christian, 

117. 
Hahnbaum, Mrs. Eliza, 

116. 
Hahnbaum, Dr. G. F., 

116. 
Hahnbaum, Mrs. Mary, 

117. 



Haig, Elizabeth, 21. 

Haig, George, 21 

Haig, George (2), 79. 

Haig, Dr. George, 39, 120. 

Haig, Sarah, 120. 

Hall, Anna, 102. 

Hall, Col. Arthur, 5. 

Hall, Daniel, 59, 102 (2). 

Hall, Eliza M., 102. 

Hall, George Abbott, 26, 
90. 

Hall, John, 57. 

Hall, Maria, 90. 

Hall, Mary, dau. of Col. 
Arthur, 5. 

Hall, Polly, dau. of Wil- 
liam (1 723-1 768), 64. 

Hall, Susan Mathewes, 
102. 

Hall, Thomas, 80. 

Hall, William (1723- 
1768), 64. 

Halliday, Ann, 115. 

Halliday, Mrs. Mary, 107. 

Haly, Eleanor, 1 15. 

Haly, Dr. John, 23. 

Hambleton, John, 87. 

Hamilton, Lt.-Col. John, 

65- 
Hamilton, Marlborough 

S., 89. 
Hamlin, Thomas, 78. 
Hammet, Rev. William, 

92, 95 (2)- 



H7 



Hampton, Col. Wade, 86, 

123. 
Hanahan, John, Jr., 112. 
Hancock, Hon. John, 61. 
Handy, Thomas, 98. 
Happoldt, John G., 91. 
Hargan, Susannah, 75. 
Hargreaves, Joshua, 115. 
Harleston, John (1708- 

1767). 39- 
Harleston, John, (1756- 

1 781), 61. 
Harleston, Margaret, 39. 
Harper, Arthur, 98. 
Harper, Charlotte, 115. 
Harper, Rev. Dr. John, 

98, 106, 107, 108, 119, 

120. 
Harper, Lewis F., 1 26. 
Harper, Hon. Robert 

Goodloe, 121. 
Harramond, Elizabeth, 27. 
Harris, Charles, 52. 
Harriss, Nathan, 79. 
Harriss, Mrs. Nathan, 79 
Harrys, Elizabeth, 77. 
Hart, Christopher, 74. 
Hart, Capt. John, 69. 
Hart, Joshua, 62, 80. 
Hart, Ritcey, 62. 
Hart, Shankey, 80. 
Hartley, Ann, 85. 
Hartley, Charlotte, 53. 
Hartley, Dr. James, 75. 



Hartley, Margaret, 71. 
Hartley, Mrs. Mary, of 

Charleston, 73. 
Hartley, Mrs. Mary, of St. 

Paul's Parish, 55. 
Hartley, Thomas, 55, 71, 

85- 
Harvey, Anne, 14. 
Harvey, Capt. Benjamin, 

89. 
Harvey, James, 38. 
Harvey, John, 32. 
Harvey, Mary, 80. 
Harvey, Maurice, 69. 
Harvey, Nancy, 32. 
Harvey, Polly, 47. 
Harvey, Sarah, dau. of 

Maurice, 69. 
Harvey, Sarah (1 801), 125. 
Harvey, William, 47. 
Hasell, John, 120. 
Hasell, Mary (marries 
Christopher Gadsden), 
19. 
Hasell, Mary (marries 

John Ancrum), 36. 
Haslett, John, 98. 
Hatfield, John, 27, 75. 
Hatfield, Margaret, 75. 
Haughton, William, no. 
Hayes, John, 24. 
Hayes, Mrs. John, 24. 
Hayne, Isaac, 29. 
Hayne, William, 83. 



148 



Hazzard, Mrs. Margaret, 

98. 
Hazzard, William, 98. 
Heatley, Sophia, 75. 
Heatley, William, 75. 
Hendrick, Dr. Robert, 91. 
Hennington, Betsy, 50. 
Henry, Alexander, 95. 
Henry, Julian, 118. 
Hepburn, James, 99. 
Hepburn, Mrs. James, 99. 
Heriot, George, 59. 
Heriot, Robert, 22. 
Heriot, Roger, 1 19. 
Heron, Hon. Benjamin, 

28. 
Herring, Margaret, 106. 
Hetherington, John, 25, 

42. 
Hetherington, Mrs. Mary 

(Miller), 42. 
Hewatt, Andrew, 54. 
Hext, Margaret, 9. 
Hext, Mrs. Mary, 10. 
Hext, Capt. William, 85. 
Hey ward, Mrs. Ann (Tre- 

zevant), 99. 
Heyward, Col. Daniel, 46, 

85- 
Heyward, Daniel, 99. 
Heyward, Maria, 85. 
Heyward, Thomas, Jr., 53, 

84. 
Hibben, Hannah, 95. 



Hickling, Ephriam, 58. 

Hickling, Miss, 58. 

Higgin, Mrs. Elizabeth, 94. 

Higgins, Capt. George, 37. 

Higgins, Mrs. Rachel, 70. 

Higgins, Thomas, 70. 

Hill, Acey, 122. 

Hill, Capt. 81. 

Hill, Charles, 11. 

Hill, Charles (2d.), 10. 

Hill, Mrs. Elizabeth, 11. 

Hill, Capt. Francis, 79. 

Hill, Mary, 8. 

Hill, Mrs. Sarah, 79. 

Hill, Rev. Thomas, 78. 

Hillard, Oliver, 106. 

Hinton, James, 1 14. 

Hislop, Jane, 96. 

Hogg, Alexander, 54. 

Holland, Elizabeth, 12. 

Holland, John, 86. 

Holland, Polly, 12. 

Holliday, Mrs., 50 

Hollingshead, Rev. Dr., 
93 (2), 96, 100, 102 (2), 
103 (2), 105, 106, 107 
(2), 108, 115, 118, 121, 
124, 125 (2), 126, 128. 

Hollybush, Miss, 23. 

Holmes, Andrew, 107. 

Holmes, Anne, 9. 

Holmes, Elizabeth, 21. 

Holmes, Mrs. Frances, 



149 



Holmes, Francis, a I, 

Holmes, Hon. Isaac, 21. 

Holmes, Isaac (2d.), 20. 

Holmes, John Bee, 65. 

Holmes, Miss, 20. 

Holmes, Mrs Rebecca 
(Bee), 55. 

Holmes, Susannah, 21. 

Holt, Maj. Samuel Nel- 
son, 79. 

Homeyard, Alice Edith, 
66. 

Hopkins, Samuel, 42 

Hopkins, William, 43. 

Hopton, Alice, 55. 

Hopton, William, 55. 

Horry, Daniel, 21, 35. 

Horry, Elias, Jr., 44. 

Horry, Thomas, 49. 

Hort, William, 47 

Hosley, John, 1 18. 

Houser, John, 82. 

Howard, Ann, 88. 

Howard, Robert, 88. 

Howie, Robert, 40. 

Hrabowski Harriet, 92. 

Hubbard, John, 109. 

Hubbard, Mrs. John, 109. 

Huff, Sarah, 1 14. 

Huger, Benjamin, ^^> 5 1 - 

Huger, Daniel, 51. 

Huger, Daniel Elliott, 

1 13- 
Huger, Gen. Isaac, 72. 



Huger, John, 31, 32, 74. 
Huggins, Hannah, 94. 
Hughes, Edward, 50. 
Hughes, Greenberry, 76. 
Hughes, John, 1 18. 
Huguenin, Abram, 120. 
Hull, Rev. Dr., 113. 
Hume, John, 67 
Hume, Robert, 38. 
Hume, Mrs. Susannah, 

38. 
Humphreys, Mrs., 125. 
Hunt, Hannah, 1 10. 
Hunt, Joseph, 48. 
Hunt, Hon. Robert, 49. 
Hunt, Thomas, 103. 
Hunter, John, 122. 
Hurst, Mrs. Elizabeth, 64. 
Hurst, Herman, 64. 
Hutchinson, George H., 

84. _ 
Hutchinson, Capt. Hugh f 

109. 
Hutch nson, John, 76. 
Hutchinson, John Elias, 

84. 
Hutchinson, Mary, 84. 
Hutson, Anne, 62. 
Hutson, Elizabeth, 29. 
Hutson, Mary, 22. 
Hutson, Rev. William, 22, 

29, 62. 
Hutson, William, ill. 
Hyrne, Henry, 21. 



5o 



Imrie, John, 46, 59. 
Inglis, Alexander, 53. 
Inglis, Elizabeth, 24. 
Inglis, George, 20, 24. 
I'On, Mary Ashby, 119. 
Irvin, Ann, 79. 
Irvin, Dr. Mathew, 63. 
Isaacs, Esther, 108. 
Isaacs, Moses. 108. 
Izard, Anne, 20. 
Izard, Charles, 10. 
Izard, Charlotte, 84. 
Izard, Elizabeth, 39. 
Izard, Henry, 91. 
Izard, John, 39. 
Izard, Joseph, 21. 
Izard, Margaret, 77. 
Izard, Mrs. Mary (Izard), 

10. 
Izard, Polly, 21. 
Izard, Ralph (171 7-1 761), 
. 24. 
Izard, Ralph (1 742-1804), 

77. 9 1 - 
Izard, Ralph, Jr., 84. 
Izard, Sarah, 24. 
Izard, Walter, 20. 

Jackson, Thomas, 68. 
Jackson, Capt. William, 

109. 
Jacobs, Abraham, 80. 
J affray, James, 90. 
Jamieson, James, 54. 



Jeanerette, Betsy, 67. 

Jeanerette, Capt. John, 
67. 

Jenkins, Betsy, 64. 

Jenkins, Rev. Edward, D. 
D., 95, 97, 99, 100, 101 
(2), 102 (2), 103, 106, 
109, 1 10, 112, 114 (2), 
115, 116 (2), 118, 120, 
122 (2), 123, 125, 126 

Jenkins, Richard, 64. 

Jennings, Daniel, 103. 

Jennings, Elias, 108. 

Jennings, Capt. John, 27. 

Jennings, Mary, 103. 

Jenys, Mrs. Elizabeth, 8. 

Jenys, Paul, 8. 

John Adams, the frigate, 
123. 

Johnson, Andrew, 48. 

Johnson, Ann, 109. 

Johnson, Jane, 94. 

Johnson, John, 94. 

Johnson, Mary, 13. 

Johnson, Governor Rob- 
ert, 4, 13. 

Johnson, Sarah, 94. 

Johnson, William, 39, 94. 

Johnston, Andrew, 53. 

Johnston, Mrs. Anne, 53. 

Johnston, David, 114. 

Johnston, Esther, 100. 

Johnston, Robert, 100. 



5i 



ones, Mrs. Anne, 26. 
ones, Charles, Sr., 44.. 
ones, Henry Charles, 88. 
ones, John, 26. 
ones, John (1 749-1 779), 

41. 
ones, Capt. Joshua, 1 1 1. 
ones, Mrs. Mary, 7. 
ones, Milicent, 37. 
ones, Miss, 57. 
ones, Samuel, 121. 
ones, Susannah, 44. 
ones, Thomas, of Charles 

Town, 29. 
ones, Capt. Thomas, of 

the Horse Shoe, 57. 
ordain, Michael, 1 13. 
oyner, J., 1 17. 
oyner, Sarah Oliver, 117. 
uhoan, Maria, 90. 

Kahnle, Harman, 87. 

Karwon, Thomas Crafton, 
52. 

Keal, Marian, 83. 

Keeley, Mrs. Susannah, 
89. 

Keen, Ann, 85. 

Keith, Rev. Dr. Isaac 
Stockton, 94 (2), 95, 98 
(2), 105, 107, 112, 113, 
114, 115, 117, 119 (3), 
122, 125, 127 (2), 128. 

Kempton, George, 99. 



Kennan, Mary Ann, 83. 
Kennedy, Mrs. Elizabeth, 

86. 
Kennedy, Capt. James, 73. 
Kensington, 51. 
Kerne, Ann Magdalen, 28. 
Kerrison, Capt. Samuel, 

125- 
Kershaw, Ely, 40. 
Kershaw, Sarah, 96. 
Kiernan, George, 121. 
Kingston, Simon, 75. 
Kinloch, Cleland, 83. 
Kinloch, Francis, 14, 51. 
Kinloch, Francis (2d.), 81. 
Kinloch, Hon. James, 14. 
Kinloch, Polly, 51. 
Kirkland, Ann, 128. 
Knox, Robert, 85. 
Kreps, Andrew, 79. 

Lacey, Thomas, 1 1 2. 
Ladson, Ann, 1 18. 
Ladson, Eliza, 89. 
Ladson, Maj. James, 118. 
Ladson, Robert, 52. 
Ladson, Thomas, 75. 
Ladson, Maj. Thomas, 89. 
Laider, William, 1 18. 
Lamboll, Polly, 35. 
Lamboll, Thomas, 7, 35. 
La Motte, Anthony, 32. 
la Motte, Rene Douin de, 
32. 



152 



Lance, Lambert, 25, 28, 
69. 

Lance, Lucy, 25. 

Lane, Hannah, 108. 

Lane, Lydia, 98. 

Lane, Robert, 98. 

Langstaff, Benjamin, 88. 

Langstaff, Miss, 82. 

La Rush (La Roche?), 5. 

Latham, Charity, 112. 

Latham, Daniel, 112,127. 

Latham, Eliza, 127. 

La Tour, Angelica, 33. 

Latta, Rev. James, 60. 

Laurens, James, 22. 

Law, John, 43. 

Law, Lt. Gov., of Connec- 
ticut, 43. 

Lawrence, Jonathan, 61. 

Lawrence, Robert D., 
102. 

Lawrence, Samuel, 1 1 7. 

Lawton, Bulah, 118. 

Leacroft, John, 7*. 

Lee, William (1769), 38. 

Lee, William (1796), 92. 

Leefe, Benjamin, 115. 

Legare, Amy (1767), 33. 

Legare, Amy (1784), 73. 

Legare, Daniel, Sr., 36, 
45- 

Legare, Daniel, Jr., 70, "jt>- 

Legare, Mrs. Elizabeth, 
65. 



Legare, Elizabeth, dau. of 
Daniel, Sr., 45. 

Legare, Elizabeth, dau. of 
Nathan, 83. 

Legare, Joseph, 121. 

Legare, Mary, dau. of 
Daniel, Sr , 36. 

Legare, Mary, dau. of 
Joseph, 121. 

Legare, Nathan, 65, 83, 84. 

Legare, Nathan, son of 
above, 84. 

Legare, Rebecca, 70. 

Legare, Sarah, 31. 

Legare, Solomon, 80-81. 

Legare, Thomas, 31, 33. 

Legate, James, 68. 

Leger, Elizabeth, 28. 

Leger, Peter, Jr., 21. 

Leibert, Ann, 97. 

Lempriere, Ann, 25. 

Lempriere, Capt. Clem- 
ent, 25. 

Lennox, James, 49. 

Lennox, Katy, 49. 

Lenox, William, 88. 

Lesesne, Anne, 38. 

Lesesne, Isaac, 38. 

Lesesne, James, 41. 

Lesesne, Susannah, 41. 

Lesesne, Thomas, 82. 

Lesley, William, 43. 

Leslie, Mary, no. 

Levy, Samuel, 93. 



153 



Lewis, John, 101. 
Lewis, Sarah, 57. 
Lewis, Sedgwick, 57. 
Lewis, Rev. Stephen, 75. 
Lightwood, Edward, 41. 
Limehouse, Elizabeth, 

Lining, Charles, 71. 

Lining, Dr. John, 81. 

Lining, Sally, 81. 

Little, Sally, 90. 

Livie, Alexander, 18. 

Livingston, Anne, 25. 

Livingston, George, 25. 

Livingston, Hannah, 100. 

Livingston, Polly, 12. 

Lloyd, Betsy, 60. 

Lloyd, Capt. John, Com- 
mander of Fort John- 
son, 16, 41. 

Lloyd, John, merchant, 26. 

Lloyd, Rebecca, 41. 

Lloyd, Susannah, 82. 

Lloyd, Thomas, 1 1. 

Lloyd, William (d. before 
1775), 60. 

Lloyd, William (alive in 
1786), 82. 

Logan, John, 70. 

London, John, 93. 

Longworth, Archibald, 
109. 

Lord, Andrew, 44. 

Lord, John, 31. 



Lothrop, Seth, 76. 
Love, Capt. Charles, 85. 
Lovedale, John, 64. 
Lowndes, Charles, 51. 
Lowndes, Harriet, 72. 
Lowndes, James, 101. 
Lowndes, Rawlins, 16, 72. 
Lowndes, Mrs. Sarah, 51. 
Lowrey, Sarah Maxwell, 

8 3-. 
Lushington, Richard, 57. 
Lynch, Elizabeth, 61. 
Lynch, Sabina, 32. 
Lynch, Thomas, 18, 32, 

61. 
Lynch, Thomas, Jr., 48. 

Mackenzie, John, 38. 
Mackey, Capt. John, 38. 
Mackey, Polly, 38. 
Macpherson, James, Jr., 29. 
Macpherson, Mrs. Sarah, 

29. 
Magaw, Anne, 35. 
Magaw, Sarah, 46, 
Magee, Samuel, 77. 
Maham, Col. Hezekiah, 

79- 
Maham, Mary, 79. 
Maine, Isabella, 12. 
Mair, James, 1 12. 
Mair, Patrick, 125. 
Mallery, Sarah, 89. 
Maltby, Elizabeth, 73, 



154 



Maltby, Rev. Mr., jt>- 

Manger, Miss, 93. 

Manigault, Gabriel, yj. 

Manigault, Peter, 19, 77. 

Mann, Mary, 77. 

Marbois, Francis Barbede, 
69. 

Marion, Catherine, 77. 

Marion, Charlotte, 63. 

Marion, Gen. Francis, 63, 
84. 

Marion, James, 52. 

Marion, Mrs. Mary, 52. 

Marion, Theodore Sam- 
uel, 84. 

Marlen, William C, 114. 

Marlin, Edward, 98. 

Marsden, Mary, 28. 

Marsden, Rufus, 28. 

Marshall, Abraham, 86. 

Marshall, Cornelia, 100. 

Marshall, Mrs. Jane, 86. 

Martin, Edward, 23. 

Martin, Mrs. Elizabeth, 
122. 

Martin, Rev. John, 64. 

Martin, John Christian, 
122. 

Martin, Mary, 84. 

Martin, Susannah, 64. 

Martin, Thomas, 86. 

Martin, William, 106. 

Massey, Benjamin, 6. 

Massey, Mrs. Elizabeth, 6. 



Mathewes, Anne, marries 
David Graeme, 19. 

Mathewes, Anne, marries 
Godin Guerard, 40. 

Mathewes, Benjamin, 9. 

Mathewes, Mrs. Charlotte, 
38. 

Mathewes, Rev. Edmund, 
100, 104, no, 113 (3), 
115, 116, 121, 123, 
128. 

Mathewes, Mrs. Elizabeth, 

13- 
Mathewes, Elizabeth, 53. 
Mathewes, James, 32, 38. 
Mathewes, John, 26, 31, 

40, 53- 
Mathewes, John, son of 

above James, 32, 41. 
Mathewes, John, son of 

the above John (He 

adopted the spelling 

Mathews), 31. 
Mathewes, Lois, 26. 
Mathewes, Mary, 11. 
Mathewes, Susannah, 59- 

60. 
Mathews, Rev. Philip, 118. 
Maxwell, Sarah, 85. 
Maxwell, William, 85. 
Maybank, David, 18. 
Maybank, Hester, 78, 81 
Maybank, Joseph, 78, 81. 
Maybank, Thomas, 1 10. 



155 



Mayberry, Eliza Havvard, 

127. 
Mayers, John, 44. 
Mayne, Charles, 19. 
Mayrant, John, 17. 
Mazyck, Alexander, 44. 
Mazyck, Benjamin, 28. 
Mazyck, Catharine, 114. 
Mazyck, Charlotte, dau. 

of Paul, 20. 
Mazyck, Charlotte, dau. 

of Benjamin, 28. 
Mazyck, Mary, dau. of 

Paul, 23. 
Mazyck, Mary, dau. of 

William, 67. 
Mazyck, Mary Anne, 60. 
Mazyck, Paul, 20, 23. 
Mazyck, Paul (2d.), 31. 
Mazyck, Stephen, 72, 78. 
Mazyck, Stephen, jr., 78. 
Mazyck, William, 23, 67, 

114. 
McCall, Ann, 109. 
McCall, Hext, i\. 
McCall, James, 62. 
McCall, John, 22. 
McCall, John, Jr., 34, 109. 
McCall, Polly, 50. 
McCall, Sarah, 22. 
McCalla, Rev. Daniel, 95, 

1 10. 
McCalla, Rev. Daniel, 121. 
McCaully, Sarah, 118. 



McClean, John, 63. 

McClellan, Moses, 123. 

McCollough, John, 63. 

McCord, Mrs. Catharine, 
114. 

McCord, William, 114. 

McCrady, John, 94. 

McDaniel, Sarah, 118. 

McDougal, Mrs. Mary, 
109. 

McDowell, James, 97. 

McElhenney, Rev. James, 
105. 

McGiverin, Mrs. Eliza- 
beth, 125. 

McHeath, James, 115. 

McHerron, Ann, 115. 

Mclntire, Capt. Thomas, 
102. 

Mcintosh, Lachlan, 29. 

Mclver, Alexander, yy. 

McKenzie, George, 95. 

McKenzie, Mrs. George, 

95; 

McKewn, Mrs., 29. 
McKewn, Robert, 39, 48. 
McKewn, Sally Elliott, 48. 
McKewn, Susannah, 39. 
McKnight, James, 68. 
McNabney, Mrs., 5. 
McNeil, Mrs. Martha, 74. 
McNeil, Capt. Ralph, 74. 
McNilago, Alexander, 70. 
McPherson, Isaac, 120. 



56 



McPherson, Sarah, 119. 
McQueen, Alexander, 55. 
McQueen, Anne, 32. 
McQueen, John, 32. 
McRae, Duncan, 78. 
McWhann, William, 86. 
Mease, Dr. James, 108. 
Medel, Jane, 94. 
Meggett, Margaret, 73. 
Meggett, William, 73. 
Mell, Mary Ann, no. 
Mellichamp, Catherine, 27. 
Mellichamp, Patty, 48. 
Mellichamp, Thomas, 27, 

48. 
Mercury, H. M. S., the, 25. 
Messau, Mrs. Jane Col- 

umbe, 105. 
Meyer, Mrs. Charlotte D , 

123. 
Meyers, Mr., 82 
Meyler, Rev. Dr., 123. 
Michel, M., 89. 
Michie, Alexander, 30. 
Michie, Hon. James, 19. 
Michie, Kenneth, 9, 14. 
Michie, Mrs. Mary (Clapp), 

14. 
Middleton, Mrs. Ann 

(Barnwell), 49. 
Middleton, Anne Louisa, 

104. 
Middleton, Hon. Arthur 
(1 742-1 787), 91, 99, 104 



Middleton, Emma Phila- 
delphia, 91. 
Middleton, Henrietta, 56. 
Middleton, Hon. Henry 

(171 7-1 784), 56, 57- 
Middleton, Hester, 56. 

Middleton, Isabella Jo- 
hannes, 113. 

Middleton, Polly, 45. 

Middleton, Sarah, 30. 

Middleton, Septima Sexta, 
99. 

Middleton, Col. Thomas 
(1 719-1 766), 24, 30, 45, 
49. 

Middleton, Hon. William 
(1710-1785), 12. 

Miles, Edward, 30. 

Miles, Mrs. Elizabeth, 
widow of Edward, 30. 

Miles, Mrs. Elizabeth, 
widow of Silas, 35. 

Miles, John, 72. 

Miles, Martha, 34. 

Miles, Robert, 50. 

Miles, Sally, 72. 

Miles, Capt. Silas, 35. 

Miles, Sophia, 66. 

Miles, Susannah, 17. 

Miles, Thomas, 34. 

Miles, Williams, 40. 

Miles, Capt. William, 100. 

Milhado, Benjamin, 92. 

Millen, Capt., 125. 



i57 



Miller, Christiana, 58. 
Miller, Elizabeth, 98. 
Miller, Mrs. Euphame, 89. 
Miller, John, 98. 
Miller, John T., 98. 
Miller, Martha, 42. 
Miller, Mary, 25. 
Miller, Maryann, 1 1 1. 
Miller, Capt. Stephen, 42 

(2), 43- 58. 
Millhouse, Sarah, 37. 
Milligan, Mrs. Elizabeth, 

98. 
Milligan, Elizabeth, 77. 
Milligan, Mary, 108-9. 
Milligan, William, 54. 
Mills, Ezekiel, 66. 
Mills, Rev. Dr., 93, 97. 
Milner, Job, 20. 
Minot, Capt. Amos, 85. 
Minott, Capt. William, 78. 
Minott, William Butler, 

127. 
Miscalley, Daniel, 106. 
Mitchell, Mrs. Hannah, 

103. 
Mitchell, John, 29. 
Mitchell, Mary, 26. 
Mitchell, Ruth, 1 12. 
Mitchell, Thomas, 26. 
Moi'se (or Moses), Cherry, 

125. 
Monck, Thomas, 4, 9. 
Moncrief, Capt. John, 30. 



Moncrief,Polly (1751), 15. 
Moncrief, Polly ( 1 769), 40. 
Moncrief, Richard, 40, 65, 

104. 
Moncrief, Robert (See 

Muncreef), 60. 
Moncrief, Susannah 

Young, 104. 
Monro, Capt., 58. 
Montgomery, Mrs., 121. 
Moore, Ann Mary James, 

99. 
Moore, Elizabeth, 69. 
Moore, Isham, eg. 
Moore, Dr. James 

Weems, 44. 
Moore, John, 59. 
Moore, Rachel, 59. 
Morant, John, 65. 
More, Peter Joseph, 75. 
Morgan, William, 41. 
Morris, George, 87. 
Morris, Mary, 102. 
Morris, Peggy, 87. 
Morrison, Capt. John, 122. 
Morton, Mrs. Dorothy 

(Dry), 16. 
Morton, John, 12. 
Moses (or Moi'se), Cherry, 

125. 
Moses, Esther, 125. 
Moses, Isaac, 108. 
Moses, Myer, 125. 
Motte, Charlotte, 32. 



i5» 



Motte, Hannah, 18. 

Motte, Isaac, 26. 

Motte, Jacob, 18, 24, 26, 

27. 32- 
Motte, Martha, 27. 
Motte, Sarah, 10. 
Moultrie, Alexander, 49. 
Moultrie, Dr. John, 13. 
Moultrie, Dr. John, Jr., 16. 
Mouzon, Nellie, 65. 
Mouzon, Peter, 65. 
Muchmore.Capt. Barnard, 

90. 
Muckenfuss, Henry, 95. 
Mullins, George, 35, 54. 
Muncreef, Abigail, 76. 
Muncreef (See Moncrief), 

John, 76, 122. 
Munds, Rev. Israel, 103, 

no, in, 1 14, 1 15, 118, 

123 (2), 124, 126 (2), 

127. 
Munro, Elizabeth, yy. 
Munro, Simon, jj. 
Munroe, Sarah, 104. 
Murray, Anne, 34. 
Murray, Elizabeth, 56. 
Murray, Dr. John, 26, 34. 
Murray, Hon. John, 56. 
Murray, Mary, 57. 

Neal, Elizabeth, 92. 
Nearon, Margaret, 64. 
Negrin, J. J., 106. 



Neilson, Hester, 127. 

Neilson, James, 56, 70. 

Netherclift, Thomas, 32. 

Nettles, George, 97. 

Nevill, John, 28. 

Newby, John S., 122. 

Newton, Elizabeth, 80. 

Newton. Mary, 80. 

Neyle, Dr. Philip, 97. 

Neyle, Sampson, 15. 

Nicholls, Mrs. Ann, 49. 

Nicholls, Capt. George, 96. 

Nicholls, Richard, 35. 

Nicholls, Ruth, 8. 

Nichols, Stewart, 50. 

Nicholson, Anne, 78. 

Nightingale, Sarah, 39. 

Nightingale, Thomas, 39. 

Nightingale, the, 23-4. 

Noble, Mrs. Mary Ann, 
124. 

Norvill, Isabella, 65. 

North, Elizabeth, 114. 

Norton, Katharine Pa- 
tience, 35. 

O'Donnald, Rev. Mr., 109. 
Ogier, Charlotte, 86. 
Ogier, Capt. Lewis, 64. 
O'Hare, James, 56, 89. 
O'Hare, Nancy, 89. 
Oldfield, Mary, 22. 
Oliphant, David, 56. 
Oliphant, Elizabeth, 120. 



159 



Oliphant, Jennie, 56. 
Oliver, Elizabeth, 113. 
Oliver, James, 108, 125. 
Olman, Joseph, 90. 
Ormond, Capt. William, 

92. 
Orr, Nathalie, 28. 
Orr, Rev. William, 28. 
Osborne, Catharine, 101. 
Osborne, Col. Thomas, 

IOI. 
Osmond, Mr., 5. 
Oswald, David, 120. 
Oswald, Mary, m. 

Pagett, Mrs. Elizabeth, 

37- 
Pagett, Henry, 37. 
Paine, Mrs. Mary, 8. 
Painter, Mrs. Naomi, 6. 
Palacios, Joseph de, 79. 
Parker, Isaac, 108. 
Parker, Rev. Mr., 103, 

126. 
Parsons, James, 17. 
Parsons, Capt. William, 

77- 
Paterson, Capt, 115. 
Paterson, James, 92. 
Paton, John, 123. 
Patrick, Elizabeth, 107. 
Pattison, Ann, 79. 
Paxton, Henry W., 127. 
Peace, Isaac, 43. 



Peace, Joseph, 93. 

Peacock, Mary, 55. 

Pearson, Capt. Benjamin, 
111. 

Peay, Austin, F., 1 16. 

Pedro, Peter, 106. 

Peggy, the, 36. 

Pegott, Peter, 64. 

Pendarvis, Alice, 105. 

Pendarvis, Ann, 1 10. 

Pendarvis, Josiah, 105. 

Perdriau, Esther, 76. 

Perdriau, Lydia, 71. 

Perkins, Benjamin, 96. 

Peronneau, Alexander, 9. 

Peronneau, Arthur, 22, 

83,85. 
1 Peronneau, Elizabeth, 
dau. of Samuel, 41. 

Peronneau, Elizabeth, 
dau. of Arthur, 83. 

Peronneau, Henry, 64. 

Peronneau, Martha, 8. 

Peronneau, Mary, 85. 

Peronneau, Miss, 1 10. 

Peronneau, Samuel, 41. 

Peronneau, Sarah, 37. 

Perry, Benjamin, 60. 

Perry, Benjamin, later gen- 
eration, 105. 

Perry, Edward, 36. 

Perry, Mrs. Eliza, 90. 

Perry, Eliza, 106. 

Perry, Josiah, 51, 70. 



i6o 



Perry, Miss, 75. 
Perry, Rachel, 70. 
Perry, Rebecca, 60. 
Perry, Susannah, 36. 
Petre, G., 128. 
Petrie, Alexander, 12, 74. 
Petsch, Dr. Adam, 101. 
Petsch, Ann Maria, 101. 
Peyton, Miss, 109. 
Peyton, Richard H., 91. 
Phelon, Edmund Mead, 

100. 
Phillips, Mrs. Eleanor, 53. 
Phillips, Eleazer, 3. 
Phillips, Eleazer, Jr., 3. 
Phillips, James, 53. 
Phillips, Sarah, 39. 
Pickam, Mrs. Margaret, 

Pickering, Mrs. Anne, 24. 
Pickering, Elizabeth, 64. 
Pickering, Joseph, 24, 64. 
Pickton, Charles M., 107. 
Piercy, Mrs. Mary, 127. 
Piercy, Sarah, 80. 
Pillans, Robert, 76. 
Pilmore, Rev. Mr., 88. 
Pincell, Emanuel, 105. 
Pinckney, Hon. Charles, 

35- 
Pinckney, Charles (1732- 

1782), i6, 80, 94. 
Pinckney, Gen. C. C, 85. 
Pinckney, Elizabeth, 66. 



Pinckney, Harriot, 35. 
Pinckney, Hopson, 51. 
Pinckney, Mary, 80. 
Pinckney, Miles Brewton, 

93- 
Pinckney, Rebecca, 94. 
Pinckney, Roger, 38. 
Pinckney, William, 66-7. 
Pine Txee Hill (Camden), 

37- 
Pitman, Hardy, 124. 
Placide, Alexander, 94. 
Piatt, Capt. Ebenezer, 113. 
Poaug, John, 23. 
Poinsett, Dr. Elisha, 50. 
Pollock, Capt., 36. 
Porcher, Catherine, 40. 
Porcher, Isaac, 40, 42. 
Porcher, Paul, 128. 
Porcher, Peter, 82. 
Porcher, Rachel, 42. 
Porcher, Rachel R., 128. 
Porteous, Robert, 47. 
Porter, Benjamin, 92. 
Porter, Mrs. Eliza, 103. 
Porter, Elizabeth Clagg, 

92. 
Porter, I., 92. 
Porter, Capt. John, 69. 
Portland, the, 37. 
Postell, Benjamin, 74. 
Postell, James, 24, 27. 
Postell, Jane Eliza, 126. 
Postell, Maj. John, 126. 



i6i 



Postell, William, 83. 

Postlethwait, Capt., 95. 

Postlethwait, Mrs. Fran- 
ces, 95. 

Powell, Mary Beatrix, 88. 

Powell, Col. George Ga- 
briel, 39. 

Powell, Hughes & Co., 48. 

Powell, James Edward, 
10. 

Powell, Robert, 88. 

Powell, Robert William, 

55- 
Powell, Sally, 39. 
Powell, T., & Co., 50. 
Poyas, Dr. John, 77. 
Poyas, John Lewis, 101. 
Poyas, Louisa, 101. 
Pratt, James, 63-4. 
Pratt, Mrs. Mary, 63. 
Prebble, Capt. Edward, 

120. 
Price, Rev. Dr. G. H., 

1 00, 11 7. 
Price, William, 49. 
Prince, Anne, 107. 
Prince, Capt. Charles, 107. 
Prince, Lieutenant, 25. 
Prince, Lowry, 47. 
Prince, Sally, 47. 
Pringle, John Julius, 66. 
Pringle, Mary, 123. 
Pringle, Robert, 6, 15. 
Prioleau, Catherine, 84. 



Prioleau, Elizabeth, 17. 
Prioleau, Elijah, 43. 
Prioleau, Hext, 60. 
Prioleau, Mary, 28. 
Prioleau, Mary Magdalen, 

1 12. 
Prioleau, Philip, 66. 
Prioleau, Samuel, 28. 
Prioleau, Samuel, Jr., 30, 

84, 112. 
Prioleau, Mrs. Sarah, 43. 
Pritchard, Anne, 59. 
Pritchard, James, 59. 
Pritchard, William, Sr., 

126. 
Proveaux, Capt. Adrian, 

74, 90. 
Purcell, Rev. Dr. Henry, 

91,93,96 (2), 97, 99(2). 

104, 116, 119, 121, 122, 

123, 125, 127. 
Purdie, Joseph, 107. 
Purry, Charles, 36. 
Purry, Eleanor, 35. 
Purves, John, 59. 
Pyatt, John, 104. 
Pyatt, Mary, 104. 

Quackenbush, Lawrence, 

123. 
Quackenbush, Susannah, 

107. 
Quash, Elizabeth, 51. 
Quash, Robert, 51. 



162 



Quelch, Harriot, 121. 

Quince, Anne, 36. 

Quince, Richard, 36. 

Quincy, Dorothy, 61. 

Quincy, Edmund, 61. 

Quincy, Rev. Samuel, 11. 

Radcliffe, Elizabeth, 35. 
Radcliffe, Thomas, 35. 
Rain, Samuel, 127. 
Rainbow, the, 92. 
Rake. Mrs. Mary, 58. 
Ralph, John, 68. 
Ralph, Tamson, 68. 
Ramage, Charles, 57. 
Ramasetty, Mr., 95. 
Ramsay, Dr. David, 59. 
Ramsay, Dr. John, 95. 
Randal, Mrs. Ester, 128. 
Randall, Dorcas, 32. 
Randall, William, 32. 
Raven, Mrs. Henrietta 

(Smith), 34. 
Raven, Elizabeth, 45. 
Raven, Sarah, 6. 
Raven, William, 2 1, 34, 45. 
Ravenel, Daniel, 20. 
Ravenel, Daniel, later 

generation, 84. 
Ravenel, Henry, 82. 
Ravenel, Paul, 82. 
Ravenel, Stephen, 114. 
Raworth, George, 101. 
Raynoldes, Caroline, 126. 



Read, Hon. Jacob, 80. 
Read, Susannah, 67. 
Reader, Catharine, 1 1 1. 
Rechon, Joanna Sophia, 

100. 
Redmann, Samuel, 128. 
Rees, Dr., 7^. 
Rees, Mr., 121. 
Reeves, Capt. Enos, 73. 
Reeves, Capt. Henry, 25. 
Reid, Andrew, 28. 
Reid, Mrs. Jane, 119. 
Reid, John, 99. 
Reid, Joseph, 1 19. 
Reid, Katy, 15. 
Reid, Miss, 66. 
Reilly, Dr. T., 127. 
Remington, John, 59. 
Remington, John, Jr., 57. 
Remington, Nancy, 59. 
Remington, Dr. William, 

39- 77- 
Remoussin, Daniel, 126. 
Reside, William, 109. 
Revell, Margaret, 96. 
Rhind, Arabella Ann, 104. 
Rhind, David, 59, 104. 
Rhett, Mary Jane, 9. 
Rhett, Sarah, 8. 
Rich, Elizabeth, 109. 
Richards, James Leyton, 

37- 
Richards, Samuel, 127. 
Richardson, Caroline, x 16. 



i63 



Richardson, Dr. Henry, 

125- 
Richardson, John, 35. 
Richardson, Sukey, 48- 
Richardson, William, 36. 
Righton, McCully, 89. 
Rivers, Betsy, 81. 
Rivers, Charles, 79. 
Rivers, Dorcas, 78. 
Rivers, John, 42. 
Rivers, Jonah, 83. 
Rivers, Mallory, 1 17. 
Rivers, Maryann Ann, 1 19. 
Rivers, Nehemiah, 78. 
Rivers, Polly, 41. 
Rivers, Rebecca, 42. 
Rivers, Col. Robert, 82. 
Rivers, Robert, 78. 
Roberts, Ann, 50 
Roberts, Hannah, 123. 
Roberts, Rev. I. M., 116, 
• 121, 127. 
Roberts, Capt. R. Brooks, 

74- 
Roberts, Thomas, 80. 
Roberts, Ann, 50. 
Robertson, Andrew, 22. 
Robertson, John, 83, 91. 
Robinson, John, 75. 
Robinson, Mary, 75. 
Roche, Francis, 11, 44. 
Roche, Mrs. Martha, 103. 
Roche, Mary, 43. 
Roffe, Mrs. Elizabeth, 34. 



Roffe, Capt. John, 34. 
Rogers, Capt. James, 42. 
Rogers, John, 64. 
Rogers, Mrs. Mary, 42. 
Rogers, Rev. Dr., 80. 
Rogers, Sampson, 122. 
Rogers, Samuel, 87. 
Romering, Henry, 115. 
Romney, the distillery at, 

58. 
Roper, Patty, 39. 
Roper, William, 45, 46, 

49. 
Rose, Mary Ann Blake, 

100. 
Rose, Hapbzibab, 37. 
Rose, Hetty, 50. 
Rose, Hugh, 67. 
Rose, Jeremiah, 118. 
Rose, John, 50, 98. 
Rose, John S., 98. 
Rose, Mrs. Mary (Blake), 

7i- 
Rose, Robert, 42. 
Rose, Susannah, marries 

Alex. Thompson, 118. 
Rose, Susannah, marries 

Thomas Bannatyne, 

121. 
Rose, Thomas, t>7< 4 2 > 59- 
Rose, the Man-of-War, 8. 
Ross, Mrs. Elizabeth, 68. 
Ross, George, 82. 
Ross, James, 68. 



164 



Rothmahler, Judith, 17. 
Roulain, James, 36. 
Roulain, Robert, 100. 
Roupell, George. 17. 
Roux, Capt. Albert, 73. 
Row, George Daniel, 101. 
Row, Magdalen, 112. 
Rowand, Robert, 29. 
Ruberry, John, 50. 
Ruberry, John, Jr., 94. 
Rudhall, Anne Maria, 93. 
Rudhall, William, 93. 
Rugborck, Elizabeth, 74. 
Rugeley, Roland, 60. 
Ruger, Ann Elizabeth, 

69. 
Rugge, Eliza, 96. 
Rugge, John, 96. 
Rumph, Susannah, 74. 
Ruple, Daniel, 96. 
Ruple, Mrs. Elizabeth, 96. 
Rush, Mathias, 90. 
Russel, Alexander, 46. 
Russel, Mrs. Alexander, 

46. 
Russel, Daniel, 70. 
Rutledge, Andrew, 7,7,. 
Rutledge, Charles, 105. 
Rutledge, Edward, 56. 
Rutledge, Maj. Henry 

Middleton, 99 
Rutledge, Hon. Hugh, 64. 
Rutledge, Dr. John 

(-1750). 36. 



Rutledge, John (1739- 

1800), 24, 81. 
Rutledge, Martha, 81. 
Rutledge, Polly, 36. 
Ryder, John, 104. 

Sabb, Deborah, 31. 
Saddleer, Daniel M. Kel- 

ley (misprint for Mis- 

calley), 106. 
Sader, Peter, 99. 
Saltus, Mrs. Jane Mary, 

96. 
Sample, Capt., of Boston, 

87. 
Sample, Peggy, 87. 
Sanders, Joshua, 42. 
Sanders, Mary Ann Clark, 

42. 
Sands, Alexander, 34. 
Sanks, Mrs. Mary, 49. 
Sansom, Susannah, in. 
Sargeant, Mrs. Elizabeth, 

121. 
Sargeant, Capt. John P., 

96, 121. 
Sarrazin, Elizabeth, 28. 
Sarrazin, Jonathan, 25, 43. 
Sass, Jacob, 108. 
Sass, Margaret Helen, 

107-8. 
Savage, Elizabeth, 15. 
Savage, John, 14. 
Savage, Susannah, 84. 



165 



Savage, Capt. Thomas, 
32, 84. 

Saylor, Mrs. Ann Eliza- 
beth, 94. 

Saylor, David, 94. 

Schepeler, George, 122. 

Schepeler, Mrs. Sarah 
Clark, 122. 

Schermerhorn, Arnout, 38. 

Scott, Mrs. Elizabeth, 40. 

Scott, Jane, 77. 

Scott, Col. John, of Bos- 
ton, 42. 

Scott, John, of So. Ca., 

37- 
Scott, John, Jr., of So. Ca., 

37- 
Scott, Joseph, 40. 
Scott, Sarah, 41. 
Scott, Sarah Boulton, 97. 
Scott, Susannah, 49. 
Scott, Thomas G., 112. 
Scott, William, 29, 49. 
Scott, William, Jr., 45, 72. 
Screven, Eleanor, 114. 
Screven, James, 25. 
Screven, Gen. James, 69. 
Screven, Martha, 25. 
Screven, Mary, 69. 
Screven, Dr. Richard 

Bedon, 105. 
Scrivenger, Susannah, 78. 
Scroter, J. J., in. 
Seabrook, Benjamin, 73. 



Seabrook, Susannah, 14. 
Seixas, Abraham Mendez, 

62. 
Seixas, Rev. G., 108. 
Seller, Mary, 51. 
Semple, William, 79. 
Serre, Judith, 21. 
Severance, Paul, 94. 
Sharp, James, 41. 
Sharp, Joseph, 124. 
Sharp, Mary, 41. 
Shaw, Elizabeth, 100. 
Shaw, Lachlan, 23. 
Shaw, Mrs. Mary, 23. 
Shaw, Thomas P., 121. 
Sheerer, John, 78. 
Shelback, Mary, 120. 
Sheppeard, Charles, 35. 
Shirmer, John E., 107. 
Shrewsbury, Eliza, 85. 
Shroudy, Mrs. Eliza, 106. 
Shroudy, Capt. William, 
106. 

Shubrick, Betsy, 48. 

Shubrick, Richard, 50, 85. 

Shubrick, Mrs. Susannah 
(Bulline), 85. 

Shubrick, Capt. Thomas, 
10, 48, 50. 

Sigourney, Mrs. Mary 
Eliza, 101. 

Silberg, Nicholas, 95. 

Simmons, Arthur, 66. 

Simmons, Anne, 11. 



i66 



Simmons, Capt. Ebenezer, 

7- 52. 83, 
Simmons, Harriet, 83. 
Simmons, James, 20. 
Simmons, Nancy, 52. 
Simmons, Thomas, 113. 
Simmons, William, 119. 
Simons, Ann, 93. 
Simons, Benjamin, 46, 54, 

61. 
Simons, Edward, 47. 
Simons, Elizabeth, dau. 

of Benjamin, 46. 
Simons, Elizabeth, later 

generation, 102-3. 
Simons, James, 66. 
Simons, Keating, 57. 
Simons, Maurice, 26. 
Simons, Rachel, 61. 
Simons, Rebecca, 54. 
Simons, Robert, 67. 
Simons, Capt. Shadrick, 

79- 
Simpson, Judith, 22. 
Simpson, Sarah, 46. 
Singeltary, Hester, 56. 
Singeltary, Isaac, 83. 
Singeltary, John, 64. 
Singeltary, Mary, 64. 
Singeltary, Thomas, 74. 
Singleton, Daniel, 127. 
Singleton, Elizabeth, 

112. 
Singleton, Mary, 127. 



Singleton, Richard, Jr., 

126. 
Sinkler, Peter, 71. 
Sinkler, Rebecca, 110. 
Skirving, Ann, 91. 
Skirving, Elizabeth, 18. 
Skirving, James, 21, 38. 
Skirving, Maria, 74. 
Skirving, Col. William, 

91. 
Skottowe, Hon. Thomas, 

Skrine, Ann, 124. 
Slann, Mrs. Jane, 1 12. 
Sloman, John, 85. 
Smerdon, Elias, 91. 
Smizer, Balthazar, 41. 
Smizer, Dolly, 41. 
Smith, Ann, dau. of Rev. 

Josiah, 42. 
Smith, Ann, dau. of 

Thomas, of Broad 

Street, 64. 
Smith, Ann, dau. of 

Henry, of Goose Creek, 

67. 
Smith, Ann, dau. of Peter, 

101. 
Smith, Anne, dau. of Hon. 

Benjamin, 26. 
Smith, Hon. Benjamin, 24, 

26. 
Smith, Benjamin, of Goose 

Creek, 53. 



i6 7 



Smith, Benjamin, Jr., son 
of Thomas, of Broad 
Street, 62. 

Smith, Betsy, dau. of 
Thomas Rigdon, 50. 

Smith, Betsy, dau. oi 
Thomas Loughton, 68. 

Smith, Caroline, 105. 

Smith, Catharine, 77. 

Smith, Col., 86. 

Smith, Eliza, 1 13. 

Smith, Elizabeth, 29. 

Smith, Francis, 29. 

Smith, George, of St. 
Bartholomew's, 68. 

Smith, George, of Charles- 
ton, 1 19. 

Smith, Henrietta, 21. 

Smith, Henry, 27, 67, 77. 

Smith, Jane Field, 127. 

Smith, John, 88. 

Smith, Joshua Hett, 44 
(given as Joseph). 

Smith, Rev. Josiah, 41, 42. 

Smith, Katharine, 32. 

Smith, Mary, 68. 

Smith, Mr., of New York, 

77- 

Smith, O'Brien, 75. 

Smith, Patty, 41. 

Smith, Peter, 101. 

Smith, Polly, 71. 

Smith, Rev. Mr., of Savan- 
nah, Ga., 128. 



Smith, Rev. Mr., of Cam- 
den, S. C, 1 10. 
Smith, Bishop Robert, 94, 

97, 98, 100 (2), 101, 104, 

112, 114, 119, 124. 
Smith, Roger, 36, 105. 
Smith, Sarah, marries 

Charles Hill, 10. 
Smith, Sarah, marries 

John Mackenzie, 38. 
Smith, Thomas, Sr. (1761), 

21. 
Smith. Thomas (171 9— 

1790), of Broad Street, 

38, 64, 71. 
Smith, Thomas Loughton, 

24, 68. 
Smith, Thomas Rhett, 91. 
Smith, Thomas Rigdon, 50. 
Smith, Hon. William, of 

New York, 32, 44. 
Smith, William, of Coo- 

sawhatchie, S. C, 81. 
Smith, William, of Charles- 
ton (1794), 89. 
Smith, William, of the 

frigate John Adams 

(1801), 123. 
Smith, Capt. William, of 

Virginia, 79. 
Smith, William Loughton, 

84. 
Smylie, Andrew, 124. 
Smyth, James, 52. 



[68 



Smyth, John, 48. 
Snell, Polly, 77. 
Snelling, John, 52. 
Snelling, Mary Jones, 52. 
Snipes, Mrs. Mary, 126. 
Somers, John, 49. 
Somersall, William, 31, 

55- 
Sommers, Henrietta, 51. 
Sommers, Humphry, 51. 
Sommers, Mary, no 
Speiren, Rev. George 

Hartwell, 104, 124. 
Spence, Dr. Peter, 45. 
Splatt, Hannah, 18. 
Spring, John, 1 1 1. 
Stall, Mrs. Elizabeth, 78. 
Stanyarne, Archibald, 21. 
Stanyarne, James, 34, 49. 
Stanyarne, John, 49. 
Stanyarne, Joseph, 55. 
Stanyarne, Mary, 17. 
Stanyarne, Sally, 49. 
Starke, Col. Douglass, 124. 
Starke, Mrs. Elizabeth, 

124. 
Starke, Lucy, 124. 
Stead, Benjamin, 13, 85-6. 
Stead, Mary, 85. 
Stecker, John, 1 12. 
Stephenson, Charles, 43. 
Stephenson, Polly, 43. 
Stent, John, 114. 
Stent, Martha, 95. 



Stevens, Cotton Mather, 
72. 

Stevens, Daniel, 35. 

Stevens, Capt. George, 87. 

Stevens, Jervis Henry, 73. 

Stevens, John, 62. 

Stevens, Mary, 112. 

Stevens, Miss, 62. 

Stevens, Sarah, 121. 

Stevens, Dr. William 
Smith, 72,. 

Stevenson, Peter, 52. 

Steward, Charles Augus- 
tus, 39, 78. 

Steward, Mrs. Sally 
(Powell), 78. 

Stewart, Ann, 88. 

Stewart, John, 102. 

Stiles, Benjamin, 77. 

Stirling, James, 12. 

St. John, James, 104. 

St. John, Mary, 104. 

St. Julien, Mrs. Mary de, 9. 

St. Julien, Judith de, 34. 

Stobo, Anne, 91. 

Stobo, Archibald, 18. 

Stobo, James, 46, 86. 

Stobo, Polly, 46. 

Stocker, Dr., 63. 

Stocker, Henry Bedon, 71. 

Stocker, Mary, 63. 

Stokes, Mrs. Mary, 43. 

Stokes, Rev. Mr., 43. 

Stoll, Justinus, 54. 



Stoll, Rebecca, 54. 
Stone, Anne, 17. ' 
Stone, Benjamin, 119. 
Stone, Mary Lightbourn, 

119. 
Stone, Thomas, 20. 
Stone, William (1754), 18. 
Stone, William (1801), 117. 
Stoney, John, 120. 
Stoudenmire, John, 100. 
Strahan, John, 6. 
Strattler, Mrs. Malinda, 

99. 
Street, Mrs. Elizabeth, 9. 
Strickland, James, 50. 
Strobel, Lewis, 116. 
Strohecker, Christina 

Dorothy, 101. 
Strohecker, Elizabeth, 102. 
Strohecker, John, 107. 
Struthers, Robert, 78. 
Stuart, John, 33. 
Stuart, Sally, 33. 
Sullivan, Mrs. Susannah, 

73- 
Sutter, Mrs. Susannah, 83. 
Swain, Susannah, 90. 
Swain, Capt. Luke, 90 
Swainston, Robert, 31. 
Swallow, Mrs. Frances, 57. 
Swallow, Newman, 27, 57. 
Swallow, Sarah, 27. 
Swallow, William, 47. 
Swan, Mrs. Anne, 23. 



Swan, Capt, 79. 
Swan, Hon. John, 23. 
Sweet, George D., 128. 
Swindersine, Elizabeth, 

106 (2). 
Swint, Elizabeth, 86. 
Switzer, John R., 1 17. 

Tarduie, Antoinette, 115. 

Tarduie, Louis, 1 15. 

Tart, Nathan, 51. 

Tart, Polly, 51. 

Tattnall, Claudia, 65. 

Tattnall, Josiah, 65. 

Tattnall, Josiah, Jr., 83. 

Taylor, George, Jr., 89. 

Taylor, James, of Charles 
Town, 44. 

Taylor, James, of George- 
town, 77. 

Taylor, Jane, 78. 

Taylor, Paul, 80. 

Taylor, Peter, 23. 

Tebout, Margaret, 84. 

Tebout, Tunes, 84. 

Telfair, William, 38. 

Tennent, Susannah, 65. 

Tennent, Rev. William, 

65- 
Theus, Anne, 38. 
Theus, James, 64. 
Theus, Jeremiah, Limner, 

38, 64. 
Theus, Mary, 64. 



lyo 



Theus, Capt. Simeon, 70. 

Thom, Jacob, 107. 

Thomas, Ann, 52. 

Thomas, Edward, 33. 

Thomas, Rev. John, 35. 

Thomas, Samuel, 52. 

Thomas, Samuel, Jr, ^j. 

Thomlinson, Mrs. Eliza- 
beth, 56. 

Thomlinson, Thomas, 56. 

Thompson, Alexander, 
118. 

Thompson, Capt. George, 
107. 

Thompson, Gracey, 105. 

Thompson, James, 86. 

Thompson, Rev. John, 92 
(2), 100, 108, 1 13, 120, 
122. 

Thompson, the, 82. 

Thomson, George, 35. 

Thomson, James Ham- 
den, 60. 

Thomson, Mrs. Jane, 
86. 

Thomson, Jeremiah 
Smith, 89. 

Thomson, Thomas, 102. 

Thorney, Mrs. Jane, 122. 

Thorney, William, 122. 

Thorp, Miss, 58. 

Tidyman, Mary, 88. 

Tidyman, Philip, 50. 

Timothy, Mrs. Ann, 63. 



Timothy, Mrs. Elizabeth, 

7- 

Timothy (or Timothee), 
Lewis (or Louis), 6, 7. 

Timothy, Peter, 7, 48, 54, 
63. 

Timrod, Henry, 75. 

Tobias, Joseph, Jr., 80. 

Todd, John, 82. 

Tonge, Edward, 88. 

Tongs, Rev. James, 36. 

Toomer, Anthony, 33. 

Toomer, Joshua, 84. 

Toomer, Mary, 84. 

Tores, Abraham, no. 

Torrans, Eliza, 102. 

Torrey, Capt. William, 
107, 

Townsend, Miss, 29. 

Townsend, Paul, 29. 

Townsend, Sarah, 76. 

Townsend, Thomas, 75. 

Trapier, Mrs. Elizabeth, 

73- 

Trapier, Paul, Jr., 47. 

Trenholm, Ann, 91. 

Trenholm, William, 91. 

Trescot, Edward, 61. 

Trezevant, Daniel (-1768), 
62. 

Trezevant, Elizabeth Mar- 
tha, 60. 

Trezevant, Esther, 62. 

Troup, John, 24. 



I 7 I 



Tucker, Lydia, 68. 

Tucker, Sally, 59. 

Tucker, Capt. Thomas, 
59. 68. 

Tucker, Dr. Thomas Tu- 
dor, 57. 

Tunno, Thomas, 106. 

Turnbull, James, 111. 

Turnbull. John, 1 14. 

Turquand, Ann, 73. 

Turquand, Rev. Paul, 74. 

Valk, Harriet, 123. 

Van Assendelft, Judith, 
101. 

Vanbebber, Jacob, 81. 

Vanbebber, Mrs. Mar- 
garet, 81. 

Van Braam, Miss, 74. 

Vander Horst, Arnoldus, 

45- 
Vander Horst, Capt. Elias, 

24. 
Vander Horst, John, 76. 
Van Home, Catherine, 80. 
Van Home, David, 80. 
Varambaut, Mrs. Angelica 

(La Tour), 36. 
Varambaut, Francis, 33, 

36. 
Vaux, John, 26. 
Vaux, Mary, 26. 
Veitch, William, 1 13. 
Verdier, John Mark, 81. 



Vesey, Charles, 102. 
Videau, Mary Esther, 84. 
Villepontoux, Benjamin, 

70. 
Villepontoux, Betsy, 70. 
Vinson, James, 103. 

Waddel, Rev. Dr. Moses, 

122, 123, 124. 
Wade, Mrs. Eleanor, 62. 
Wade, Richard, 62. 
Waight, Abraham, 83. 
Wainwright, Samuel, 43. 
Waldron, Miss, 18. 
Walker, Elizabeth, 23. 
Walker, John, "j^. 
Walker, -William, 119. 
Wall, Sarah, 95. 
Walsh, E., 63. 
Walter, John, 56. 
Walter, Polly, 71. 
Walter, Richard, 71. 
Walter, Thomas, 38. 
Walter, Col. William, 56. 
Wakefield, James, 47. 
Ward, Amelia, 1 13. 
Ward, Eliza, 116. 
Ward, Harriot, 106. 
Ward, John, deceased in 

1800, 106. 

Ward, John, marries in 

1801, 126. 

Ward, Joshua, 22, 113,1 16. 
Warden, Elizabeth, 30. 



172 



Wardrop, Mrs. Mary, yy. 

Warham, Betsy, 54. 

Warham, Charles, 33, 54, 
69. 

Warham, Nancy, 33. 

Waring, Ann, 54. 

Waring, Dorothy, 76. 

Waring, John, 43. 

Waring, Joseph, 54. 

Waring, Thomas, 76. 

Warley, Maj. Felix, y^. 

Warley, Capt. George, 84. 

Warley, Paul, 103. 

Warner, Eliza, 85. 

Warner, Henrietta, 99. 

Warner, John, 69. 

Warnock, Joseph N., 125. 

Warnock, Mary, 93. 

Warnock, Samuel, 93. 

Warren, Capt. Peter, 124. 

Warren, Rev. Samuel 
Fenner, 71. 

Washington, Jane, 126. 

Washington, Gen. Wil- 
liam, 126. 

Waties, Thomas, 82. 

Watlington, Capt. John, 
90. 

Watson, Charles, 46. 

Watson, Elizabeth, 122. 

Watson, Hannah, 10. 

Watson, James, 95. 

Watson, Mrs. Mary, 122. 

Watson, Sepha, 46. 

Watts, Nancy, yy. 



Wayne, Kitty, 67. 
Wayne., Richard, 40. 
Wayne, William, 62, by. 
Webb, Ann Rebecca, 66. 
Webb, Benjamin (1775), 

60. 
Webb, Benjamin (1796), 

94. 
Webb, John (1769), 2>y- 
Webb, John (1786), 83. 
Webb, Miss, 75. 
Webb, Sarah, 66. 
Webley, Capt. Benjamin, 

109. 
Webley, Edward, 25. 
Webster, Henry, 39, 
Wedgwood, William, 24. 
Welch, Elizabeth, 43. 
Welch, John, 83. 
Welch, Margaret, 10 1. 
Wells, Arnold, 95. 
Wells, Harriot E., 120. 
Wells, Jane, 78. 
Wells, Martha, 70. 
Wells, William, 70. 
Welshuysen, Amy, 35. 
Welshuysen, Daniel, 35. 
Werdeman, J. G, 101. 
Werner, Ann Maria, 105. 
West, J., 91. 
Westcote, Miss, 82. 
Weston, Plowden, 23, 60. 
Weyman, Edward, 45, 69. 
Weyman, Polly, 45. 
Weyman, Mrs. Sarah, 76. 



173 



Whitaker, Emma, m. 
White, Anthony Martin, 

67. 
White, Blake Leay, 48. 
White, Mrs. Elizabeth, 28. 
White, Mrs. Martha, 127. 
White, Mary, 67. 
White, Sally, 46. 
Whitehouse, T., "jj. 
Whithenberry, Thomas, 

78. 
Whitmarsh, T., 3, 6. 
Wigfall, Benjamin, 46. 
Wigg, Ann, 47. 
Wigg, Col., 47. 
Wilkie, Ann Eliza, 126. 
Wilkie, Maj., 126. 
Wilkins, Benjamin, 35. 
Wilkins, Betsy, 50 
Wilkins, John, 1 17. 
Wilkins, Martha, 119. 
Wilkins, Rebecca, 85. 
Wilkins, Capt.William, 50. 
Wilkinson, Ann, 86. 
Wilkinson, Mrs. Elizabeth, 

82. 
Wilkinson, Francis, 66, 

105. * 

Wilkinson, Mary, 68. 
Wilkinson, Col. Morton, 

66, 86, 100. 
Wilkinson, Sarah, dau. of 

Francis, 12. 
Wilkinson, Sarah, dau. of 

Col. Morton, 100. 



Wilkinson, Susannah, 66, 

105. 
Wilks, Capt. Hardy, 92. 
Wilks, Martha, 92. 
Will, Catherine, 70. 
Will, Philip, 70. 
Williams, Isham, 85. 
Williams, James, 96. 
Williams, James Green, 

56. 
Williams, John, 82, 120. 
Williams, Mary, 10. 
Williams, Peggy, 60. 
Williams, Robert, Sr., 20. 
Williams, Robert, Jr., 45, 

61. 
Williamson, Andrew, J2>- 
Williamson, Champer- 

nown, 28, 43. 
Williamson, Mrs. Char- 
lotte (Mazyck), 43. 
Williamson, Mary Ann, y^. 
Williman, Christopher, 

116. 
Williman, Margaret, 116. 
Willply, Dr. Benjamin, 46. 
Wilmer, T. R., 118. 
Wilson, Algernon, 48. 
Wilson, Ann, 78. 
Wilson, Hugh, 60. 
Wilson, Jehu, 72. 
Wilson, John, of James 

Island, 41. 
Wilson, John, of Elisto, 

58. 



74 



Wilson, Mary, 98. 

Wilson, Dr. Robert, 78. 

Wilson, Capt. Robert, 112. 

Wilson, Sally, dau. of Al- 
gernon, 48. 

Wilson, Sally, dau. of 
Hugh, 60. 

Wilson, William, 47. 

Wingwood, Sarah, 78. 

Wish, Elizabeth Mary, 
102. 

Wise, Jane, 84. 

Wise, Maj. Samuel, 84. 

Withers, Frances, 108. 

Withers, John, 108. 

Withers, Mary, 70. 

Withers, Capt. Richard, 
84. 

Witherston, John, 8. 

Witsell, John, 1 n. 

Witter, Mary, 117. 

Wodrop, John, 109. 

Wood, Mrs. Jane, 12. 

Wood, Priscilla, 87. 

Wood, Robert, M. P., 

3i- 
Wood, William, 87. 
Woodberry, John, 49. 
Woodle, John Anthony, 

in. 
Woodrouffe, Edward, 104. 
Woodward, Mary, 6. 
Wragg, Charlotte, 23. 
Wragg, Elizabeth, 19. 
Wragg, Henrietta, $7- 



Wragg, Hon. Joseph, 23, 

37- 

Wragg, Joseph, 65. 

Wragg, Mary, 31. 

Wragg, Samuel ( 1 753), 1 7. 

Wragg, Samuel (1801), 
119. 

Wragg, William, 31, ^j. 

Wright, Alexander, 39. 

Wright, Mrs. Elizabeth, 
127. 

Wright, Helen, 11. 

Wright, His Excellency 
Sir James, 39. 

Wright, Capt. John, 79. 

Wright, Mrs. Martha, 79. 

Wright, Thomas, 15. 

Wrighten, Charlotte So- 
phia, 94. 

Wyatt, Henrietta, 125. 

Wyld, Martha, 124. 

Wyley, Alexander, jt>- 

Wyley, Polly, 73. 

Yates, Joseph, 64. 
Yates, Mrs. Sarah, 64. 
Yeadon, Eliza Ann, 127. 
Yerworth, John, 12. 
Yonge, Francis, 119. 
Yonge, Sarah, 1 19. 
Yongue, Dr. Robert, 85. 
Yorston, Jane, 35. 
You, John, 1 15. 
Youngblood, William, 
112. 



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