Sources - Early Settlers
Sources - Early Settlers of Calhoun County

(1) A.S. Salley, Jr., Warrants for Land in South Carolina, 1692-1711), (Columbia, 1913), p. 182; Mesne Conveyances (County Archives, Charleston), MS, L, pp.89-98

(2) John H. Logan, History of the Upper Country of South Carolina, I (Charleston, Columbia, 1859), 244-245; Annuals and Parish Register of St. Thomas and St. Denis Parish (Charleston, 1884); Letter of Russell P. McCord to Lyman Draper, 187 (Library of University of Wisconsin); Register of the Province (State Archives, Columbia), MS, 1714-1719, p. 391; Mesne Conveyances, Z, p. 35; A.S. Salley, Jr., History of Orangeburg County (Orangeburg, S.C., 1898), p. 22.

(3) Ibid., p. 130; Family tradition.

(4) Mesne Conveyances, Z, p. 35; Letter of Russell P. McCord; Wills (County Archives, Charleston), MS, 1736-1740, p.30.

(5) N.D. Mereness, Travels in the American Colonies (New York, 1916), pp. 97-78; S.C. Williams, Early Travels in the Tennessee Country (Johnson City, 1928), pp. 115-122.

(6) Mesne Conveyances, L, p. 89; Miscellaneous Records (County Archives, Charleston), MS, 1722-1726, p. 262.

(7) South Carolina Gazette (Charleston), June 15, 1734; Thomas Cooper and D.J. McCord, eds., Statutes at Large of South Carolina (9 vols., Columbia, 1836-1841), III, 391, 400, 484; Journal of the Commons House of Assembly (State Archives, Columbia), MS, Apr. 26, 1735, Feb. 26, 1737.

(8) Ibid., Feb. 26, Dec. 10, 14, 1737; Inventories (County Archives, Charleston), MS, H. p. 174

(9) Salley, Orangeburg, pp. 23, 198; Renunciations of Dower (County Archives, Charleston), MS, X, 81; Inventories, 1753-1756, p. 226.

(10) See Salley, Orangeburg, index; E.L. Green, History of Richland County, I (Columbia, 1932), p. 215; Howell Family, MS (South Carolina Historical Society, Charleston); Plat Books (State Archives), 7, p. 255; Notes from R.L. Meriwether, "The Expansion of South Carolina, 1729-1765", MS; Miscellaneous Records, 1758-1763, p. 490.

(11) Grant Books (State Archives), 41, p. 230; Memorial Books (State Archives), MS, 14, p. 136; S.C. Gazette, May 7, 1753.

(12) Plat Books, 6, p. 135; Diary and Record of Joseph H. Dulles, MS; Monument erected by Mrs. Anne Lovell, near Elloree, 1830.

(13) Ibid., Statues of S.C., IV, 31-34, 72; MS Note of Langdon Cheves, Esq., Charleston. See also Salley, Orangeburg, p. 266 and index, and Joseph Johnson, Traditions and Reminiscences...of the American Revolution... (Charleston, 1851).

(14) Salley, Orangeburg, pp. 63-64; Statutes of S.C. IV, 230-232.

(15) Salley, Orangeburg, pp. 386-387; Revolutionary Accounts (State Archives); Mesne Conveyances, S, p. 195

(16) William of William Heatley (copy in possession of writer); Bureau of the Census, Heads of Families...1790, South Carolina (Washington, 1908); Monument -- see note 12; Tombstones, Family graveyard, Lang Syne Plantation

(17) Ibid.; Family tradition; Manuscript family letters (in possession of writer)

(18) Family tradition; Deeds to Lang Syne Plantation

(19)Frederick Dalcho, Historical Account of the Protestant Episcopal Church in South Carolina (Charleston, 1820); Turquand Records, MS (in hands of Turquand Family in England, copy in possession of the writer); Power of Attorney by Paul Turquand, MS (in possession of writer).

(20) Register Church of "La Patente", London (Publications of Huguenot Society of London), p. 116; Register of Scholars at Winchester College (Letter of Mr. Herbert Chitty, Keeper of the Archives, The College, Winchester); Letter of Pastor Jacob Bourdillon of London to Paul Turquand, 1755 (S.C. Historical Society); S.C. Gazette, Dec. 30, 1784

(21) A.H. Hirsch, Huguenots of Colonial South Carolina (Durham, 1928), pp. 35-37; Marriage Certificate (S.C. Historical Society); Miscellaneous Records, A, p. 167; Wills, D, p. 15

(22) J.M. Burgess, Chronicles of St. Mark's Parish (Columbia, 1888); Memorandum on MS Sermon; Plat Books 20, p. 414; South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, XI (Charleston, 1910), p. 226

(23) South Carolina Gazette and Country Journal (Charleston), Jan. 17, 1775; S.C. Gazette, Jan. 23, 1775; Family tradition

(24) Date on MS Sermon (in possession of Mrs. S.G. Stoney, Charleston), Oct. 1786; Executor's Notice, City Gazette and Daily Advertiser (Charleston), Dec. 23, 1797

(25) Salley, Orangeburg; Meriwether, "Expansion of S.C."' Journal of the Council (State Archives), MS, Apr. 27, 1784, Mar. 16, 1749; Logan, Upper Country, pp. 428-434

(26) Salley, Orangeburg; pp. 113, 185n; Grant Books, 6, p. 359; Journal of Council, Feb. 4, 1755, Jan. 2, 1759, June 7, 1763, Dec 4, 1764

(27) Statutes of S.C., IX, 213 et seq.

(28) Ibid., p. 356; S.C. Gazette, Aug. 29, 1768; Mesne Conveyances, Q, p. 208

(29) Revolutionary Accounts; P. Horry and M.L. Weems, Life of General Francis Marion (New York), pp. 274-275; Henry Lee, Memoirs of the War in the Southern Department (New York, 1869)

(30)Green, Richland County, I, p. 93; Letter Russell P. McCord