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List of members of the Kershaw Ladies’ Aid Association, formed in July, 1861, and lasting until the close of the war

From the book of the Association, in possession of Miss C. C. Reynolds.

Miss A. E. Davis.
Miss Ancrum.
Miss Barnwell.
Miss Charlotte Boykin.
Miss Dunlap.
Miss Eliza Holmes.
Miss Eliza Lee.
Miss Ellen Ancrum.
Miss Ellen C. Reynolds.
Miss Ellen Whitaker.
Miss Emma C. Reynolds.
Miss Emma Holmes.
Miss Esther S. Reynolds.
Miss Fannie DeSaussure.
Miss Fanny Hay.
Miss Floride Cantey.
Miss Gatewood.
Miss H. Whitaker.
Miss Habersham.
Miss Harriet Boykin.
Miss Harriet C. Grant.
Miss Harriet Shannon.
Miss Holmes.
Miss Julia Oppenheim.
Miss Lenoir.
Miss Levy.
Miss Louisa Salmond.
Miss M. E. Donald.
Miss M. J. Whitaker.
Miss M. L. Boykin.
Miss M. McRa Boykin.
Miss Maggie Lee.
Miss Mary Trapier.
Miss Mattie Shannon.
Miss McCaa.
Miss Meta Deas.
Miss Octavia DeSaussure
Miss Rebecca Holmes.
Miss S. Bouney.
Miss Sally Chesnut.
Miss Sally Davis.
Miss Sally Whitaker.
Miss Sarah Trapier.
Miss Susan Lang.
Miss Valk.
Miss Zoe Trapier.
Mrs. A. C. Salmond.
Mrs. A. M. Lee.
Mrs. Alfred Doby.
Mrs. Antony Kennedy.
Mrs. Ben Lee.
Mrs. Bouney.
Mrs. Chesnut.
Mrs. Deas.
Mrs. Dunlap.
Mrs. Elliott.
Mrs. George Reynolds.
Mrs. Goodwyn.
Mrs. H. Oppenheim.
Mrs. H. W. Conner Jr.
Mrs. H. W. Conner.
Mrs. H. W. DeSaussure.
Mrs. J. Cantey.
Mrs. James M. Davis.
Mrs. John DeSaussure.
Mrs. Joseph Lee.
Mrs. L. L. Whitaker.
Mrs. Leitner.
Mrs. Louis DeSaussure.
Mrs. Paul Trapier.
Mrs. Robt. Johnson.
Mrs. Robt. Kennedy.
Mrs. S. H. Hay.
Mrs. Sally DeSaussure.
Mrs. T. J. “Ancrum.
Mrs. T. W. Salmond.
Mrs. Thomas F. Davis.
Mrs. Thos. F. Davis Jr.
Mrs. W. E. Johnson.
Mrs. Wm. Depass.
Mrs. Wm. M. Shannon



MLA Source Citation:

South Carolina Women in the Confederacy. Edited and Published By Mrs. Thomas Taylor, Chairman, Mrs. Smythe, Mrs. August Kohn, Miss Poppenheim, Miss Martha B. Washington, State Committee Daughters of the Confederacy. Columbia, South Carolina, The State Company, 1903. AccessGenealogy.com. Web. 10 October 2014. http://www.accessgenealogy.com/south-carolina/membership-kershaw-ladies-aid-association.htm - Last updated on May 21st, 2011


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