Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Beatrice Lang collection
Scope and Contents
Correspondence, family records, photos, and artifacts from Beatrice Lang. Corresondence includes personal and business-related matters. The bulk of the collection cosists of biographical materials on various Lang family members. It should be noted, that the Mary Givens Bryan collection was held and donated by Beatrice Lang, but is considered a seperate collection.
Dates: 1770s-late 1900s
Found in: Bryan-Lang Archives / Beatrice Lang collection
Camden County, Georgia, records
Scope and Contents Records from Camden County (Ga.) departments including, courts (Superior, Inferior, Ordinary, Probate, Justice, and City Courts), Tax assessor, Sheriff, Education, and Elections. Types of records in this collection include, tax digests (improved and wild), civil and criminal records, court minutes, interrogatories, judgments, dockets, deed indexes (including transactions involving slavery), land grants, plat drawings, and property indentures, estates (wills, guardianships,...
Found in: Bryan-Lang Archives / Camden County, Georgia, records
Eloise Thompson collection
Scope and Contents Collection contains research documents focused on subject or families, newspaper clippings of her published articles in the Tribune & Georgian, and photographs. Brunswick Advertiser & Appeal, 3 microfilm rolls: 1875-1887. #1/ Mar 24, 1875 - Jun 1881 #2/ July 1881 - Dec 1884 #3/ Jan 1885 - Nov 8, 1887Darien Timber Gazette, 7 microfilm rolls: #1 April 25-1874 - Jun-1880 #2 Aug-1886 - Aug-1892 #3 Sept-1892 - Oct-1897 #4 Nov-1897 - Jan-1904 #5 Feb-1904 -...
Found in: Bryan-Lang Archives / Eloise Thompson collection
Scope and Contents This collection contains microfilms of 19th and early 20th century census records and slave schedules from Camden County (Ga.) and neighboring counties in Georgia and Florida; microfiche of Georgia and Florida Deaths, Marriages, and Florida Divorces; newspaper editions from the St. Marys newspaper, Camden County Tribune, and the Kingsland newspaper, Southeast Georgian, and their combined successor, the Tribune and Georgian. Other regional and southern-focused subject materials...
Found in: Bryan-Lang Archives / Microform collection