1 edition of William Henry Drayton & the American Revolution found in the catalog.
William Henry Drayton & the American Revolution
William M. Dabney
Bibliography, p. 209-217.
|Statement||(by) William M. Dabneyand Marion Dargan.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 225 p. :|
|Number of Pages||225|
History of the Spartan Regiment From the Spartanburg Herald-Journal, July 3, The Spartan Regiment, composed of two hundred men from the area, began its service in August of , after being organized at the suggestion of William Henry Drayton and William Tennent, commissioners of the Council of Safety. William Henry Drayton. Names Hall, Henry Bryan () (Etcher) Collection. Emmet Collection of Manuscripts Etc. Relating to American History. Stamp-Act Congress of Dates / Origin Date Created: Library locations The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs: Print Collection Shelf locator: MEZP Shelf.
Drayton Hall, a stately Palladian manse built in near Charleston, South Carolina, was the childhood home of pamphleteer and Continental Congress delegate William Henry : Hugh Howard. William Henry Drayton (September – September 3, ) was an American planter and lawyer from Charleston, South served as a delegate for South Carolina to the Continental Congress in and William Henry was born at his father's plantation, Drayton Hall, on the bank of the Ashley River near Charleston. His father, John Drayton had just completed construction of this.
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The son of John Drayton and the father of Gov. John Drayton, William Henry Drayton played a decisive role in leading both the Carolina colony and the nation toward independence. Born in at Drayton Hall, William Henry was the oldest son of John Drayton Children: John Drayton, Governor, Mary Drayton.
Continental Congressman. Drayton came from one of the wealthiest families in South Carolina. His grandfather was William Bull who was the Royal Governor of South Carolina in At an early age Drayton was sent to England to begin his education where he initially attended Westminster School.
He next attended Balliol Burial: Magnolia Plantation Saint Andrews. Drayton, William Henry. DRAYTON, WILLIAM HENRY.
(–). Patriot leader. Born in St. Andrew Parish, South Carolina, in SeptemberDrayton was born to privilege and married great ed in England from tohe was ordered home by his. William Henry Drayton South Carolina had a very distinguished delegation in the Congress that framed the Articles of Confederation.
Among the members, William Henry Drayton had a very high reputation. He was born in South Carolina, in He spent his.
Drayton was born in September at Drayton Hall in St. Andrew’s Parish, the son of John Drayton, a wealthy planter and member of the Provincial Council, and Charlotta Bull, daughter of Lieutenant Governor William Bull. At the age of ten William Henry went to England to complete his education, but he returned home at the behest of his.
William Henry Drayton (). The Arraignment of George III. Stedman and Hutchinson, eds. A Library of American Literature: An Anthology in 11 Volumes. I William M.
Dabney and Marion Dargan, William Henry Drayton and the American Revolution (Albuquerque, N. M., ), 2 Many documents indicate both a general fear by the spring of that Stuart was about to instigate Indian attacks and Drayton's particular role in promoting this fear.
Documents describing. Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for William Henry Drayton (Sep –3 Sep ), Find a Grave Memorial no.citing Christ Church Burial Ground, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, USA ; Maintained by Find A : Christ Church Burial Ground.
This unique object from the Drayton Hall Museum Collection illustrates the popularity of Revolutionary War patriot William Henry Drayton. While research on this item is ongoing, this object is thought to be a mirror knob used to help support the frame of a mirror to the wall; an explanation of mirror knobs can be found in the edition of House Beautiful.
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William Drayton, 49 Yorktown, VA. This is Me - Control Profile. Born in Charleston, South Carolina, William Henry Drayton () was a planter, lawyer, and politician during the Revolutionary War. He is. With William Henry Drayton, Krawczynski removes this fascinating man from the shadows of history.
Drayton was an improbable rebel. After receiving his formal education in England, the South Carolina–born Drayton returned to his birthplace as a planter and continued to espouse Royalist ideals.
Genealogy for William Henry Drayton (deceased) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. People Projects Discussions Surnames. William Henry Drayton (September – September 3, ) was an American planter and lawyer from Charleston, South Carolina.
He served as a delegate for South Carolina to the Continental Congress in and William Henry was born at his father’s plantation, Drayton Hall, on the bank of the Ashley River near Charleston.
Born in Richmond, New South Wales, Australia on 04 Oct to William Drayton and Emily Sweet. William Henry Drayton married Elsie M Baldwin and had 3 Place Of Birth: Richmond, New South Wales, Australia. DRAYTON, WILLIAM HENRY, a Delegate from South Carolina; born at Drayton Hall, on Ashley River, S.C., in September ; pursued classical studies; attended Westminister School and Balliol College, Oxford, England; returned to South Carolina in ; studied law and was admitted to the bar; visited England again in and was appointed by King George III privy councilor for the Province of.
Black Slave Owner and Breeder in South Carolina ~ The Interesting Story of William Ellison - Duration: William Henry Drayton - Duration: SouthCarolinaETV views. William Henry Drayton, born inwas the oldest son of John Drayton and his second wife, Charlotta Bull, daughter of John Bull, the colony's Governor.
Afer spending early childhood on his father's South Carolina plantation, Drayton Hall, William lived in England from age nine until twenty-one, and, while there, studied at Oxford University.
This item appears in the collection American Indians in an Age of Empire and Revolution, Tags: 18th century American Indian Treaties Pontiac Great Britain An historical account of the expedition against the Ohio Indians, in the year MDCCLXIV, under the command of Henry Bouquet. William Henry Drayton (Sept.
Sept. ) South Carolina revolutionary leader. On February 8,William Henry Drayton, president of the South Carolina provincial congress, became the first Carolinian to openly call for a break with the mother country, when he told his fellow congressmen that Britain’s “hand of tyranny” directed against America had forced them to quickly decide.name is Jeanne Stanley and I am searching for family members or info on the Draytons of Bennettsville, SC.
My father's name was William Henry Drayton and he was born in and fought in WWII. He moved to Brooklyn, NY where he met my mother. He has a niece named Lula Drayton who still lives in Bennettsville SC.
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