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SM. Saint Marys (Ga.)

Identifier: SM

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Beatrice Lang collection

Identifier: MC-001
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

Long Family papers

 Collection — Box 25 (originally, Orange Hall records bx)
Identifier: MC-031

mid-19th century deeds, wills, correspondence pertaining to the Long Family.

Dates: 1800s

Orange Hall collection

 Collection — Box 25 (originally, Orange Hall records bx)
Identifier: MC-026
Scope and Contents

1 box of records, most of which are not directly related to Orange Hall.

Includes one copy of the marriage contract between Scholastique Thibaudeau and Jean Remouillac, returns of real estate, inferior and superior court records, including a small number of petitions for citizenship, and several records pertaining to the Rudolph Family.

Dates: 1778-1975

Ted Stemple collection

 Collection — Box 25 (originally, Orange Hall records bx)
Identifier: MC-023
Scope and Contents

The collection consists of oaths of allegiance, oath of faith, superior court records, petitions for citizenship and other issues. The donor, Ted Stemple, found these court documents when he was a young boy. They had been abandoned in the basement of the old courthouse in Saint Marys, Georgia. As noted in his donation letter, he made it a point to grab documents that appeared to be older.

Dates: 1789-1898