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INDEX TO RECORDS OF ANTE-BELLUM SOUTHERN PLANTATIONS: LOCATIONS, PLANTATIONS, SURNAMES AND COLLECTIONS
Compiled by Jean L. Cooper
Designed for both professional and amateur genealogists and other industry-related research, the Index to Records of ante-bellum southern plantations; locations, plantations, surnames, and collections, 2d ed. identifies for you, the location of genealogy materials like deeds, wills, estate papers, genealogies, personal and business correspondence, account books, and slave lists.
These business letters, legal papers, personal documents, photographs, and manuscripts (updated in this edition) are all listed by location, name of plantation, surname, and collection title, totaling 191 pages and split into four individual indexes. Documents indexed come mainly from the time periods surrounding the American Revolution and the start of the Civil War, with some, though few, earlier and later exceptions.
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The data transcribed on Internment.net includes:
*Important Note: Many of these cemeteries no longer exist.
To submit a cemetery that is not listed send an email containing the following information:
1.) The Official Name of the Cemetery
2.) Location of the Cemetery (town, country, state, county)
3.) Street Address of the Cemetery or driving directions
4.) The date the transcription was completed
5.) How the information was compiled.
6.) Whether a file has all known burials, or a partial list
7.) Names of the people who compiled the transcription.