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Vincent, Chapple and Jackson families papers

Vincent, Chapple and Jackson families papers

Descriptive Summary

Title: Vincent, Chapple and Jackson families papers
Creator: Matthews, Vincent
Creator: Vincent family
Creator: Chapple family
Creator: Jackson family
Inclusive Dates: 1822-1922
Language(s): English
Extent: 2 Linear Feet 2 boxes, 1 oversize folder
Collection Number: ms4483
Repository: Hargrett Library

Collection Description

Historical Note

Isaac S. Vincent (1806-1861) was a Captain in the 1st Regiment of Georgia Volunteers stationed at Cedar Town, Georgia. He helped oversee the removal of the Cherokees in 1838. He commanded the Clarke County Rifles at the beginning of the Civil War and was Clarke County's first casualty killed in action. He is buried locally at the Oconee Hill Cemetery.

Scope and Content

This collection includes photographs, correspondence, albums, and genealogical information regarding the Jackson, Chapple, and Vincent families, items included were collected in relation to the Matthews family ancestry. It includes correspondence from Isaac Vincent during the Cherokee removal, and the muster roll from the Clarke County Rifles from 1861 with updates on casualties through the Civil War.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Item, box, folder], Vincent, Chapple and Jackson families papers, ms4483, Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.

Related Materials and Subjects

Subject Terms

Cabinet photographs.
Carte de visite photographs.
Cased photographs.
Families -- Georgia -- Correspondence.
Families -- Georgia -- Photographs.
Families of military personnel -- Confederate States of America -- Correspondence.
Family papers.
Military spouses -- Correspondence.
Soldiers -- Confederate States of America -- Correspondence.
Women -- Georgia -- Correspondence.

Related Collections in this Repository

Related collections in the Hargrett Library are the Isaac S. Vincent papers, ms617; and Death of Captain Isaac S. Vincent resolution, ms617a.

Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

11Photographs - Vincent family
12Cabinet cards, Carte de Visites - unidentified Vincent family members
21Cased image - Isaac, Delia Ann, Sarah Vincent, 1839
22Cased image - Lucy Haynes Vincent
23Widow's pin - Image of Isaac S. Vincent
24Photograph album - Lucy Haynes Vincent
13Photographs - Athens - River, factory, house, sorority
14Correspondence - Isaac S. Vincent - Invitation from students at Franklin College, 1838 May 2
15Correspondence - Isaac S. Vincent - Invitation from Orme family, 1838 November
1Correspondence - Isaac S. Vincent - Delia Ann Vincent, 1838 May 16
written from New Echota, describes Georgia troops assembling during the removal of the Cherokees.
1Correspondence - Isaac S. Vincent - Delia Ann Vincent, 1838 November 10
16Correspondence - Isaac S. Vincent - Delia Ann Vincent, 1838 November 22
17Correspondence - Isaac S. Vincent - Lucy Vincent, 1861 September 26
1Correspondence - Isaac S. Vincent - Delia Ann Vincent, 1842 November 18
18Correspondence - Miss Nettie Vincent, 1862
19Correspondence - Cousin Lou - J.W. Harris, Billie, unsigned, 1864
110Correspondence - Anna Louise Vincent - A.B. Duncan, unsigned, 1867
111Correspondence - Cousin - Lucas, unsigned
112Correspondence - Suze, Docia, the Ladies
113Correspondence - Vincent Matthews Jr. - Lucy Vincent Matthews, 1922
1Muster roll of Clarke County Rifles - Captain Isaac Vincent, 1861-1865
114Writing - Anna Louise Vincent
115Writing book - Vincent girls
116Scrapbook - Anna Louise Vincent
117Scrapbook - Lucy Haynes Vincent
25Souvenir glass - Atlanta - Inscribed D.A. Vincent
likely from the Atlanta International Cotton Exhibition
118Ephemera - Card, receipts, notes
119Newspaper clippings
120File folders - Lucy Vincent
121Photographs - Portraits of Robert Olin, Martha Frances Chapple
122Ledger - Robert Olin Chapple, 1870-1873
123John Jackson - Will, receipts, church order, 1822-1854
Will includes names of enslaved individuals, a girl named Fann, a boy named Grig, and a boy named Anderson.
26-9Cased images (4) - John Jackson
124Land deeds - Jackson & Vincent, 1890-1903
125Fi Fa orders - Jackson & Vincent, 1899-1914
126Deeds, orders, notes - Jack Jackson - Cotton business, 1913-1918
127Thomas P. Vincent estate, sale of Athens Manufacturing Co. stock, 1917
128Receipts, checks, notes - Jackson family
129Photographs - Ruth Jackson
130Photograph album - Jackson family
131Genealogy resarch