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From: (kim)
Subject: Re: [SCAnderson] Sloan
Date: Wed, 22 Oct 2003 08:35:06 -0400


Here is a partial family line for B. F. Sloan. He was owner of the Auton
Cotton Factory in Pendleton, Anderson Dist. SC. Let's talk off the
list--I'm very interested in your correspondence. kw

Descendants of Benjamin Franklin Sloan

1 Benjamin Franklin Sloan1796 - 1867BURIAL: St. Pauls Episcopal,
Pendleton, Anderson Co. SC
..+Elizabeth Caroline Earle1797 - 1864BURIAL: St. Pauls Episcopal,
Pendleton, Anderson Co. SC
.........2 John Baylis Earle Sloan, Col.1828 - 1906
.............+Mary Earle Seaborn1836 - 1925BURIAL: St. Paul's Episcopal,
Pendleton SC
....................3 Earle Sloan1858 -
.........2 Joe Berry Sloan1830 -
.............+Mary Earle1838 -
.........2 Benjamin Franklin "Frank" Sloan1835 - 1923
.............+Rebecca Gaillard Benson1837 - 1862



Descendants of David Sloan

1 David Sloan1753 - 1826
..+Susannah Major1761 - 1854BURIAL: possibly 1850 p. 204, age 87 MD
.........2 James Mattison Sloan- 1826
.............+Rebecca Linton
.........2 Rebecca Sloan- 1826
.............+Joseph Berry Earle, Dr.- 1826
.........2 William Sloan- 1826
.........2 Elizabeth Sloan1785 - 1849BURIAL: Andersonville Baptist
.............+Jesse Stribling, Esq.1775 - 1841BURIAL: Andersonville Baptist
....................3 Warren Webb Stribling
....................3 Thomas M. Stribling
........................+Mary Jones
.........2 David Sloan1787 - 1834
.............+Nancy Trimmier
.........2 Susannah Sloan1787 - 1826
.............+Robert Bruce- 1826
....................3 Charles Bruce- 1826
.........2 Nancy Sloan1789 - 1862
.............+Joseph Taylor, Col.1783 - 1852
....................3 David Sloan Taylor, Col.1808 - 1867
........................+Lucy Hannah Taliaferro1806 -
....................3 Susannah M. "Susan" Taylor- 1828
........................+Jesse Payne Lewis, Esq.1795 -
....................3 Samuel J. Taylor
....................3 Eleanor C. "Ellen" Taylor
........................+William Poe- 1857
....................3 Baylis Taylor
....................3 Joseph Taylor, Dr.
....................3 William S. Taylor
....................3 Benjamin Taylor
....................3 Robert Taylor
.........2 Benjamin Franklin Sloan1796 - 1867BURIAL: St. Pauls
Episcopal, Pendleton, Anderson Co. SC
.............+Elizabeth Caroline Earle1797 - 1864BURIAL: St. Pauls
Episcopal, Pendleton, Anderson Co. SC
....................3 John Baylis Earle Sloan, Col.1828 - 1906
........................+Mary Earle Seaborn1836 - 1925BURIAL: St. Paul's
Episcopal, Pendleton SC
....................3 Joe Berry Sloan1830 -
........................+Mary Earle1838 -
....................3 Benjamin Franklin "Frank" Sloan1835 - 1923
........................+Rebecca Gaillard Benson1837 - 1862
.........2 Catherine Sloan1802 - 1868BURIAL: Anderson First
Presbyterian Church, Anderson Co. SC
.............+John Prince Benson, Capt.1793 - 1855BURIAL: Anderson First
Presbyterian Church, Anderson Co. SC
....................3 Martha Evelyn Benson1826 - 1905BURIAL: Old
Silverbrook
........................+Baylis Franklin Crayton, Col.1820 - 1907BURIAL:
Silver Brook Cemetery
....................3 David Sloan Benson1829 - 1904
....................3 Susan Benson1833 -
....................3 Price Benson1836 -
....................3 Nancy T. "Nannie" Benson1837 - 1907BURIAL: Old
Silverbrook
........................+Thomas M. White
....................3 Mary Benson1839 -
....................3 Rebecca Benson- 1849
........................+Joel J. Cunningham1822 -
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>I have been investigating the family of W. P. Hall who was in Charleston
and Pendleton, South Carolina, during the U. S. Civil War. He was
associated with Hall & Co. The 1880 census shows him, wife "S" and children
and nephews, niece and servants in Charleston. I am trying to find out as
much as I can about Hall and Co. and the various persons (relationships,
etc.) in photocopies of letters that I have. Surnames include: Sloan,
Esnard, Triest, Bomar, Triest, Puig, Malga among others (but these are the
most predominant). The 1880 census says that W. P. Hall was born in Cuba as
was his father. It also says that his wife "S" was born in Georgia, his
father in Cuba and his mother in Georgia. Can anyone help me or tell me
where to go to find more info on this family with Spanish and Cuban
connections?????
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