Dickey/Atkinson/Coleman/Belsher/Cato family land records
Scope and Contents
Family grants, plats, and deeds connected mainly with the District of Camden, South Carolina, and with Early County, Georgia. A few people are connected to additional land records in Thomas County (Shadrack E. Dickey, John and Leah Sconyers), Cherokee Co. (Frederick J. W. Adkerson), and Irwin Co., GA (William Haley), and in St. Mark's Parish (William Graham) and Sumter District, South Carolina (James Atkinson estate).
- Majority of material found in 1784-1786
- Majority of material found in 1818-1838
- Dickey family (Family)
- Atkinson family (Family)
- Coleman family (Family)
- Belsher family (Family)
- Cato family (Family)
Biographical / Historical
Early holders of land in the District of Camden, South Carolina, were Marmaduke Atkinson, Thomas Belsher, Henry and Starling Cato, David Brunson, Sr., and John Dees. In the early 19th century, Matthew and John Coleman, Agnes McFearson, and Greene Mitchell held land in Early County, Georgia.
Language of Materials
Other Finding Aids
Unpublished inventory available.
Available only as photocopy.
- Dickey/Atkinson/Coleman/Belsher/Cato family land records
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