COL. JAMES CHESNUT, SR. From a Portrait in Oil by Gilbert Stuart. Reproduced by courtesy of the owner, Mr. David R. Williams, of Camden, S. C. . . . . Col. James Chesnut, Sr. Oil Portrait By Gilbert Stuart
MRS. JAMES CHESNUT, SR. From a Portrait in Oil. Reproduced by courtesy of the owner, Mr. David R. Williams, of Camden, S. C. . . . . Mrs. James Chesnut, Sr., Oil Portrait By Gilbert Stuart
MARY BOYKIN CHESNUT, PHOTO FROM A PORTRAIT IN OIL . . . . Mary Boykin Chesnut, From a Portrait In Oil
MARY CHESNUT COMMEMORATIVE STAMP ISSUED BY THE U.S. POSTAL SERVICE, 1994. . . . Mary Chesnut Commemorative Stamp, 1994
MARY BOYKIN CHESNUT, PORCELAIN HAND PAINTED COLLECTORS DOLLS Mary Boykin Chesnut Collectors Dolls
MARY BOYKIN CHESNUT, THE WOMAN, SOUTH CAROLINA HISTORICAL SOCIETY, COPYRIGHT JUNE 1996. . . . Mary Boykin Chesnut, The Woman
"Homes of U.S. Senator and General James and Mary Boykin Chesnut"
MULBERRY HOUSE, NEAR CAMDEN, S. C. From a Recent Photograph . . . . Mulberry Plantation (On The Wateree River), Near Camden, South Carolina
Mulberry Library of Congress 10 photo link page, including links to medium and high resolution scans up to 17+meg. Mulberry 10 Photo Collection including high Resolution Front Photo; Photo Index Link Page.
Photos' from the collection of Tina Morris. Modern Mulberry Photos Link Page - Photos Courtesy Tina Morris Collection
Mulberry's historical sit registration application filed with the Federal Government is found here, also containing geographical information as to buildings, architectural information, crops, lay of land, and accompanying historical notes as to use of land, buildings and structures, associated Wateree river, and other important background information regarding Mulberry. ../Mulberry Historical Registration Application/Mulberry.pdf
Mulberry Portrait by Thomas Coram, watercolor on paper, c. 1779. Mulberry Portrait by Thomas Coram. Portrait; watercolor on paper, c. 1779.
Bloomsbury, home built for Sally, sister of Senator James Chesnut IV, by her father Col. James Chesnut and mother Mary Bowes Cox Chesnut. Bloomsbury Index 9 Photo Files
Kamchatka, Kamchatka Photo Index Link Page.
Sarsfield; Home built for Mary Boykin Chesnut by her husband Senator and General James Chesnut. All Chesnut properties were to be be probated to flow to and follow line of blood to a male Chesnut descendent. Senator James Chesnut removed from and used the bricks from the large Mulberry kitchen and laundry building which serviced and was located located directly behind the Mulberry Mansion, to construct the Sarsfield Mansion 50 acre estate, which was located on the east side of Camden. Sarsfield Estate Photo
SARSFIELD, NEAR CAMDEN, S. C. Built by General Chesnut after the War, and the Home of himself and Mrs. Chesnut until they Died. From a Recent Photograph . . . . Sarsfield, Built By General Chesnut, Chesnut Home Near Camden, South Carolina
MRS. CHESNUT'S HOME IN COLUMBIA IN THE LAST YEAR OF THE WAR. Here MRS. CHESNUT ENTERTAINED JEFFERSON DAVIS. . . . Columbia Home of Mary Chesnut (Home of Mary Chesnut The Last Year of The War)
Newspaper article link page for newsprint media articles concerning the homes, and real-estate of the South Carolina branch of the Chesnut family. ../Newspaper/NewspaperLinkPage.htm
"Mary Boykin Chesnut - Books, Biography & Related Information"
Mary Boykin Chesnut Abridged Biographical Information; White Paper. ../MaryBoykinChesnut/MaryBoykinChesnutBio.htm
Sweet Briar College; Mary Boykin Chesnut College Presidents Memorial Page, College Presidents Biography, College Presidents Page on "Two Novels By Mary Boykin Chesnut". ../MaryBoykinChesnut/SBC/sbcindex.htm
A PAGE OF THE DIARY IN FACSIMILE . . . . "A Page From Mary Chesnut's Diaries"
Mary Boykin Miller Chesnut, South Carolina, Author, 1823 - 1886. Information on the purchase and price of currently published works available on the subject of the "South Carolina Branch of the Chesnut Family", "The Civil War", and "Mary Boykin Chesnut" . . . . Click here, Access Mary Chesnut Publication and Book Information.
"A Diary From Dixie, By Mary Boykin Chesnut". Please find here the free download of the complete text "A Diary From Dixie" By Mary Boykin Chesnut (electronic digitized text format, free download 969K). "A Diary From Dixie" by Mary Boykin Chesnut.
Find located Here; Unpublished notes of Mary Boykin Chesnut as related to her by The Old Col. Chesnut, and other older family members of the mid 1700's. These notes were visually read and transcribed by the late, Attorney, Honorable Homer Jones, and received by myself in correspondence with Homer Jones and Col. Virgil Walker (U.S. Army Ret.), Chesnut family historians . . . . ."Chesnut Chronicles", By Mary Boykin Chesnut.
"19th Century Southern History Related Files"
A GROUP OF CONFEDERATE GENERALS. Robert E. Lee, Joseph E. Johnston, Albert Sidney Johnston, "Stonewall" Jackson, John B. Hood, and Pierre G. T. Beauregard . . . . . Group of Confederate Generals, Photo #1
ANOTHER GROUP OF CONFEDERATE GENERALS. Robert Toombs, John H. Morgan, John C. Preston, Joseph B. Kershaw, James Chesnut, Jr., Wade Hampton . . . . Group of Confederate Generals, Photo #2, General James Chesnut Photo
THE OLD BAPTIST CHURCH IN COLUMBIA, S. C. Here First Met the South Carolina Secession Convention . . . . The Old Baptist Church, Columbia South Carolina
VIEW OF CHARLESTON DURING THE WAR. From an Old Print . . . . Charleston During The Civil War
FORT SUMTER UNDER BOMBARDMENT. From an Old Print . . . . Fort Sumter Under Bombardment
THE DAVIS MANSION IN RICHMOND, THE "WHITE HOUSE" OF THE CONFEDERACY. Now the Confederate Museum . . . . Jefferson Davis Home, The White House of The Confederate States of America
RUINS OF MILLWOOD, WADE HAMPTON'S ANCESTRAL HOME. From a Recent Photograph . . . . Millwood, Wade Hampton's Ancestral Home
"Chesnut Related Geographical Information"
CHESNUT TRAIL, KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE. . . . . . Chesnut Trail, Knoxville, Tennessee
CLICK HERE TO ACCESS INFORMATION AS TO HOW TO CONTACT, ENROLL, AND CORRESPOND WITH THE CHES(T)NUT(T) FAMILY RESEARCH NETWORK . . . . . Ches(t)nut(t) Family Research Network Page Information.
Luke Beckerdite Article South Carolina 1663 . . . . . Luke Beckerdite Article on South Carolina 1663 - 1725 (Mulberry Plantation, King Charles II Grants, Etc.)
Daniel L. Chesnut, Sr. Family Tree Maker Web Site Link. Click here for more in depth report on my personal "Chesnut Family" family lines, related family lines, and other related information . . . . Daniel L. Chesnut, Sr. Family Tree Maker web site family report
Daniel L. Chesnut, Sr. personal "Chesnut Family" direct descendant ancestor tree list. . . . . Daniel L. Chesnut, Sr. Ancestors
CHESNUT HILL PENNSYLVANIA . . . . . Chesnut Hill Pa.
Chestnut (Chesnut) Hill College, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania . . . . . ../../Penn/ChestnutChesnutHillIndex.asp
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