DOBBINS, JOHN S.
John S. Dobbins papers
> Index of Selected Correspondents


Index of Selected Correspondents

Anderson, W. P. (Marietta, Georgia), merchant and realtor
  • 4 ALS, December 9, 1872-July 17, 1873
Brannon, Col. John (Marietta, Georgia), postmaster at Clarksville in 1840.
  • 5 ALS, August 4, 1854-October 8, 1855
Brannon, Sarah, wife of John
  • ALS, December 11, 1858
Caldwell, I. M. M. (Rome, Georgia), president of school which Mary Emma and Cornelia attended
  • 8 ALS, April 2, 1861-August 17, 1863
Cheshire, E. D. (Marietta, Georgia), merchant in business with Joseph Dobbins
  • 13 ALS, February 14, 1866-February 7, 1867
Cobb, Thomas Reed Rootes, 1823-1862 (Athens, Georgia)
  • ALS, November 24, 1855
Cox, Isaac (Milton, Georgia)
  • 4 ALS, August 8, 1860-April 27, 1862
Dobbins, Bannister, former slave of Dobbins, enclosing letter of Jim Redman, Free Negro, to his wife Susie, another former Dobbins slave
  • 1 L, January, 1866
Dobbins, Cornelia, 1847-1917
  • 1 ALS, November 24, 1860
Dobbins, J. C. (Mud Creek, Millport P. O., Fayette County, AL), brother of John S. Dobbins
  • 5 ALS, August 5, 1855-April 27, 1861
Dobbins, John S, 1800-1886
  • 31 ALS, December 29, 1859-January 3, 1878
Dobbins, Joseph, 1844-1879
  • 44 ALS, November 30, 1859-February 10, 1874
Dobbins, M. G. (Atlanta, Georgia)
  • ALS, January 19, 1866
Dobbins, Mary Emma, 1845-[?]
  • 13 ALS, December 19, 1858-May 10, 1863
Dobbins, Sarah, 1816-[?]
  • 11 ALS, June 16, 1858-1863
Dobbins, William, 1841-1862
  • 58 ALS, June 20, 1858-September 14, 1862
Edmondson, A. V. (Calhoun, Georgia)
  • 12 ALS, August 24, 1855-May 31, 1857
Edwardy, E. M. (Allatoona, Georgia), music teacher, piano salesman
  • 5 ALS, May 16, 1860-January 29, 1861
Erwin, A. S., Confederate soldier
  • 3 ALS, October 26, 1862-July 16, 1863
Erwin, Alex S. (Athens, Georgia). Probably same person as above. He was a candidate for Judge of Circuit Court
  • 2 ALS, August 19, 1878-September 29, 1878
Ezell, J. H. (Cowpens P. O., South Carolina), brother-in-law of Dobbins, accused of being a Ku Klux and put in jail for 4 months
  • ALS, May 25, 1875
Farmer, C. G. (Dawson, Georgia)
  • 2 ALS, July 1, September 22, 1867
Felton, William Harrell, 1823-1909 (House of Representatives, Washington, D. C.)
  • ALS, May 13, 1879
Frix, Michael (Gordon County, Georgia), neighbor, renter, possibly a relative
  • 8 ALS, August 30, 1855-November 17, 1856
Gage, R. J. (n.p.), husband of "Aunt Mat," Mrs. Dobbins's sister
  • ALS, August 28, 1878
Hardy, John W. (Cassville, Georgia), agent in Dobbins's purchase of land in Terrell County
  • 10 ALS, February 8, 1864-February 18, 1865
Herington, Mrs. E. F. (Damascus, Georgia), mother of Henry Herington, Cornelia Dobbins's husband
  • 23 ALS, December 6, 1879-November 16, 1894
Hughes, Thomas J. (Atlanta, Georgia)
  • 4 ALS, October 30, 1855-April 21, 1856
Hughs, John J. (Gordonsville, Virginia)
  • 2 ALS, November 21, 1862-February 5, 1863
Kollock, George J. (Clarksville, Georgia)
  • 4 ALS, November 5, 1859-April 8, 1861. (The Library has a Kollock Collection, #476.)
Lowrey, Elisha (Gordon County, Georgia), acted as overseer while Dobbins family was living in Terrell County
  • 20 ALS, April 3, 1864-November 30, 1866
Ray, John (Newnan, Georgia)
  • 9 ALS, November 3, 1851-January 17, 1855
Redman, James (Bladensburg, Prince Georges County, MD). Free Negro, husband of Susan, former Dobbins slave
  • 2 L, December 15, 1861, January 7, 1866
Rice, John H. (Dawson, Georgia)
  • 2 ALS, February 8, 1860, February 18, 1864
Rossignol, Paul (Dahlonega, Georgia). Rossignol was superintendent of the Branch Mint at Dahlonega
  • ALS, December 31, 1842
Starr, Mamie ("Star-light," Nacoochee, Georgia), niece of Mrs. John S. Dobbins
  • 18 ALS, May 2, 1875-December 31, 1878
Stiles, William Henry, Jr., 1834-1878 (Etowah Cliffs, Georgia)
  • 2 ALS, May 15, 1866, March 3, 1866
Sutton, C. H. (Clarksville, Georgia), Dobbins's attorney
  • 45 ALS, October 29, 1859-August 10, 1875, undated
Wales, Samuel B. (Eatonton, Georgia)
  • 2 ALS, February 5, 1842, March 25, 1846
Williams, George (Charleston, South Carolina), brother of Mrs. John S. Dobbins
  • 5 ALS, July 10, 1866-January 7, 1878
Wyly, John H. (Clarksville , Georgia)
  • 8 ALS, March 21, 1860-July 23, 1873, undated
Young, Dillard M. (Marietta, Georgia), Dobbins relative
  • 2 ALS, February 14, August 27, 1857
Young, William Pinkney (Marietta, Georgia), nephew of John S. Dobbins
  • 11 ALS, March 27, 1852-September 27, 1854
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