Paine family papers

Paine family papers

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Hargrett Manuscripts
Creator: Ansley, David Henry, 1829-1897
Creator: Ansley, Sarah Ann Neal Burge, 1837-1906
Creator: Paine family
Creator: Paine, Anne Platt Reeves, 1888-1952
Creator: Paine, James Gardner, 1860-1933
Creator: Paine, James Gardner, 1888-1950
Creator: Paine, Sarah Graves, 1863-1929
Creator: Rutherford, F. A.
Title: Paine family papers
Dates: 1848-1952
Quantity: 1.5 Linear feet (3 document boxes, 1 half box, 1 oversized folder A)
Abstract:The collection consists of papers of the Paine family of Clarke County (Ga.) and Ansley family of Augusta (Ga.) from 1848-1952. Includes correspondence; genealogical information on the Burge, Graves, Paine, and Ansley families; photographs, and a scrapbook. Correspondents include Sarah Ann Neal Burge, David Henry Ansley, Sarah Graves Ansley, James Gardner Paine, Sr., F.A. Rutherford, and James Gardner Paine, Jr. Of particular interest are letters (1864) from F.A. Rutherford of the 23rd Alabama Infantry Regiment during the Atlanta Campaign; correspondence of James G. Paine, Jr. while serving in World War II and relating to his interest in breeding hounds for hunting (1921-1929); correspondence (1924-1931) from Anne Platt Reeves Paine to her mother-in-law while living in the Philippines; and a typescript of the history of the Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church (Newton County, Ga.).
Coll. Number: ms2261

Biographical/Historical Note

David Henry Ansley (1829-1897) married Sarah Ann Neal Burge (1837-1906); their daughter Sarah Graves Ansley (1863-1929) married James Gardner Paine, Sr. (1860-1933); and their son James Gardner Paine, Jr. (1888-1950) married Anne Platt Reeves (1888-1952). The Ansleys resided in Augusta, Georgia.


Arrangement

Arranged in alphabetical order by subject.


Index Terms

Ansley family
Atlanta Campaign, 1864.
Augusta (Ga.)
Burge family
Clarke County (Ga.)
Confederate States of America. Army. Alabama Infantry Regiment, 23rd.
Georgia--History--Civil War, 1861-1865.
Graves family
Methodists--Georgia.
Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church (Newton County, Ga.).
Newton County (Ga.)
Paine family
Soldiers--Alabama.
Soldiers--United States.
World War, 1939-1945.

General Notes

Cataloged as part of the Georgia Archives and Manuscripts Automated Access Project: A Special Collections Gateway Program of the University Center in Georgia.


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Paine family papers, MS 2261. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries.


Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 
BoxFolder
11Ansley family
 
2Augusta, GA
 
3Correspondence, 1848
 
4Correspondence, 1857
 
5Correspondence, 1861
 
6Correspondence, 1863
 
7Correspondence, 1864
 
8Correspondence, 1866
 
9Correspondence, 1867
 
10Correspondence, 1882
 
11Correspondence, 1885 or 1866
 
12Correspondence, 1886
 
13Correspondence, 1884-1921
 
14Correspondence, 1924-1926
 
15Correspondence, 1927-1931
 
16Correspondence, 1952
 
17Correspondence, undated
 
18Correspondence, undated
 
19Genealogy
 
20Craves family
 
21Miscellaneous
 
22Mt. Pleasant Church, history (typescript)
 
BoxFolder
21Paine family
 
2Ann Ansley Paine
 
3Dr. James Paine
 
4James G. Paine
 
5James G. Paine-children
 
6James G. Paine Jr.
 
7James G. Paine Jr.-Corr., 1921-June 1922
 
8James G. Paine Jr.-Corr., July 1922-1929
 
9Lil Paine
 
10Paine family-North Carolina
 
11Robert Paine, Bishop
 
12Pictures
 
13Receipts-Ann & Lil Paine
 
14Robertson family
 
15Scrapbook
 
Box
3John Beck Bible
 
BoxFolder
41Photographs - Identified including Hugh White, Ann Paine, and Lil Hodgson
 
2Photographs - Unidentified
 
OS Folder
1APhotographs - Oversized