Subject: Re: Tiege Cantey|
From: darlene cantey
Date: June 24, 1999
Yes. Teige died before 1674. He could have been an infant or at least was not married. I am interest in your Manigaults. My husband, Ralph Nesbit Shannon Cantey, gggrandfather was Ralph Nesbit of Caledonia, Pawley's, fought with the Seige Train in the Civil War. I am publishing his daughter's diary which is from 1890-1893 for the Kershaw County Historical Society. She mentions leaving Caledonia and going somewhere to watch the Manigault's "?" practice. It seemed to be a nickname for a regiment which competed for different prices. Have you seen anything like this? I think it was near Charleston, not far from Georgetown. Also, I have a handwritten manual on firing a canon and other artillery. The names in the front of the book are not known to me. It was handed down by family and I want to believe it is Ralph Nesbit's, but I would like to know more. The drawings are unbelievable with detail. I heard Manigault was known for his drawings. Do you have any ideas? Thanks, Darlene From: "Edward L. Manigault"
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