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Beckett, George W. 1925-1930
Bythewood, Elizabeth L. 1864-1928
Bythewood, Sarah (Fickling) 1864-1873?
Christensen Realty Company 1928-1929
Dandridge, Charles G. 1872-1874
Fickling, Anna Trezevant 1863-1927
Fickling, Sarah (Bythewood) 1876-1877?
Iglesias, Frances Earle (Simkins) Rousseau 1898-1929
Lee, Thomas S. 1862
Mays, Richard 1903-1928
Rodgers, S. H. 1906
Simkins, Benjamin B. 1900-1930
Simkins, Eldred J. 1860-1901
Simkins, Eliza Josephine (Trescot) 1860-1917?
Simkins, Joseph Stewart 1904-1929?, 1968
Simkins, Martha c.1900-c.1940
Simkins, William Stewart (1842-1929) 1896- 1922
Trescot, Anne Maria (Bythewood) 1874?-1902
Trescot, E. Bocquet 1912-1937
Trescot, Edward Henry 1849-1885
Trescot, Sarah McCrady 1915-1929
SIM 89 Lee, Thomas S. To Anne Maria (Bythewood) Trescot. 1862, Jan. 7. Sketch of Charleston, S.C., and its defenses after invasion scare.
The following letters from Eldred J. Simkins to Eliza Josephine (Trescot) Simkins:
SIM 134 1862, Dec. 19. Confederate troops' food and clothing; skirmish at Dumfries, Va.
SIM 138 1863, July 9. Defenses at Charleston harbor; chances of Federal forces taking Charleston.
SIM 142 1863, Aug. 19-20. Yankees firing parrot gun at Fort Sumter, description and sketch of Yankee mortar boats and monitors.
SIM 143 1863, Aug. 25-26. Yankee attacks on Battery Wagner and Fort Sumter; defenses at Charleston harbor.
SIM 145 1863, Sep. 7. Abandonment of Battery Wagner and Morris Island by Confederates; description of Charleston and of U.S.S. Ironsides.
SIM 151 1863, Nov. 2-4. Jefferson Davis reviews Confederate troops at Charleston harbor.
SIM 172 1864, July 9. Simkins ordered to James Island, where he and his company are mixed up in Yankee lines; relative strengths of Confederate Charleston harbor positions.
SIM 173 1864, July 10. Yankee assault on James Island and engagement at Battery Pringle, Charleston harbor.
SIM 177 1864, Aug. 8-9. Blockade runners at Charleston harbor.
SIM 181 1864, Sep. 5. Fears for Confederacy after Hood's Atlanta defeat; Yankees at Charleston harbor place Confederate prisoners on their batteries.
SIM 191 1864, Oct. 21. Confederate soldiers salvaging wrecked blockade runners in Charleston harbor.
SIM 197 1864, Dec. 18. Description of Savannah lines; Yankee prisoner battalion.
SIM 204 1865, Mar. 21. Retreat from Charleston; Yankee looting in Charleston and Columbia.
SIM 206 1865, Apr. 6. March of Simkins' brigade to North Carolina and losses sustained.
SIM 422 Trescot, Edward Henry. To Anne Maria (Bythewood) Trescot. 1849, Aug. 16. Long letter of gold seeker, describing his voyage from Charleston, S.C., to Panama, aboard the ship "Thomas Bennet" and his experiences in Panama.