Charles Colcock Jones papers, 1774-1974 | Louisiana Research Collection

By Nain Martinez

Collection Overview

Title: Charles Colcock Jones papers, 1774-1974

Predominant Dates:1826-1889

ID: LaRC/Manuscripts Collection 154

Primary Creator: Jones, Charles Colcock,  1804-1863.

Extent: 45.0 Boxes. More info below.

Arrangement: The collection consists of 45 boxes and 1 oversize folder. It is 24 linear feet.

Date Acquired: 01/26/1965. More info below under Accruals.

Subjects: Georgia -- History., Jones, Charles Colcock, 1804-1863., Jones, Charles Colcock, 1831-1893., Jones family., Plantation life -- Georgia -- History -- 19th century., Plantation owners -- Georgia., Presbyterian Church -- Georgia -- History., Reconstruction (U.S. history, 1865-1877)., Slavery -- United States -- History -- 19th century., Southern States -- Economic conditions -- 19th century., Southern States -- History -- 19th century., Southern States -- Social conditions -- 19th century., United States -- History -- 19th century., United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865., Yellow fever -- Louisiana -- New Orleans -- 19th century.

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

These papers include sermons, books in bound manuscript form, plantation books, estate records, photographs, maps, recipes, genealogy, and published books and pamphlets.  The largest portion of the papers is made up of the correspondence of the several members of the Jones family of Liberty County, Georgia.  These pre-Civil War letters portray the life, work, and beliefs of the Jones family and their relatives, and particularly of Charles Colcock Jones. (Many of the letters collected here have been edited by Robert Manson Myers and published with additional Jones family letters kept in archives at the University of Georgia, Athens, and the Waller Collection, Augusta.  A Georgian at Princeton (Harcourt, Brace: 1976) covers 27 July 1850 through 24 June 1852, and The Children of Pride (Yale: 1972) covers 22 May 1854 through 18 January 1868.  Both are available in the Louisiana Collection; the latter provides biographies of the correspondents.)

Charles Colcock  (C.C.) Jones was born in 1804. His grandfather, Major John Jones, moved from South Carolina to Georgia shortly before the American Revolution; he died in the siege of Savannah, 1779.  C.C. Jones’s father, also named John Jones, died in 1805; his mother died in 1810.  His uncle, Joseph Jones (1779-1846), and other relatives helped raise C.C. Jones and his older sister, Susan Mary.  Joseph Jones was a successful Liberty County planter and served in the Liberty Independent Troop during the War of 1812.  (His daughter, Mary Jones (1808-1869), eventually became the wife of C.C. Jones, her first cousin.) 

C.C. Jones studied at the Andover Theological Seminary and the Princeton Theological Seminary.  Many of his early sermons and writings survive here, such as his notes on the famous New England theologian, Jonathan Edwards. 

After his ordination as a Presbyterian minister, C.C. Jones served as pastor to the First Presbyterian Church in Savannah.  In 1832, he returned to Liberty County to attend to his family’s plantations, Montevideo, Maybank, and Arcadia.  At the same time, he began evangelizing to the slaves on these plantations and those of other plantations whose owners permitted him.  He wrote several books based on his experience, including a Catechism of Scripture Doctrine and Practice Designed for the Oral Instruction of Colored Persons (1837, and other edition s in box 45) which was translated for missionary work abroad.  He supported the emigration of slaves to West Africa as a possible solution to slavery.  Several letters discuss this and the American Colonization Society (9 July 1829, 3 Feb 1830, 18 May 1830, 18 May 1837).While he founded a Society of Enquiry Concerning Africans at Princeton, of which he was President, he did not seem to have pursued the idea seriously as he grew older.  The collection contains an 7 April 1851 letter from a former slave named Henry B. Stewart writing from Sino-Greensville, Liberia. 

As the Civil War approached, Jones felt obliged to defend the institution of slavery (see; “Slavery…as it Appears in the Holy Scriptures,” Box 43).  In his last years, he worked on an immense History of the Church of God which was unpublished at the time of his death.  Manuscript portions of the work appear in boxes 37 and 38. Towards the end of his life, Jones kept a diary of his almanacs containing observations of the early years of the war (1857: box 16, folder 10; 1858: box 18, folder 12; 1859: box 19, folder 13; 1860: box 20, folder 5,; 1861: box 21, folder 6; 1862: box 21, folder 16). Jones served as professor of ecclesiastical history at the Columbia, S.C., Theological Seminary and as Secretary of the Presbyterian Board of Domestic Missions in Philadelphia.  In addition to his private and religious papers, there are several plantation books for plantations which he oversaw or for which he was executor (see inventory of box 39).

The collection also contains the correspondence of Dr. Jones’s two sons.  His first son, Charles Colcock Jones, Jr. (1831-1888, correspondence 1841-1888), was educated by private tutors, at South Carolina College (1848-1850), the College of New Jersey at Princeton (1852), and Harvard Law School (1855).  Admitted to the Georgia bar, he was elected mayor of Savannah in 1860 and was an ardent secessionist.  He was General Beauregard’s Chief of Artillery during the Civil War, attaining the rank of Lieutenant Colonel.  After the war, he moved his family to New York in 1865 and set up a law practice. For a list of the pamphlets and articles of his included in his collection, please see the inventory of box 43. 

The second son, Joseph Jones, M.D. (1833-1896, correspondence 1848-1877) earned an A.B. from the College of New Jersey at Princeton (1853) and an M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania (1856).  In 1858, he was appointed to the chair of chemistry at Savannah Medical College.  He taught natural philosophy and natural theology at the University of Georgia at Athens, and he later became professor of chemistry at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta.  During the Civil War, he attained the rank of Surgeon-Major in the Confederate Army, and he conducted medical research in the Confederate camps throughout the war.  Settling in New Orleans after the war, he was appointed to the chair of chemistry and clinical medicine at the University of Louisiana (later Tulane University), a post he held until his death.  As president (1880-1884) of the State Board of Health, he struggled to improve the sanitary conditions of New Orleans.  Through his publications and research in tropical medicine and general hygiene, he earned an international reputation.  More manuscript materials dealing with Joseph Jones’s career will be found in collection 172 Joseph Jones Papers.

Another person prominently represented in the collection is Robert Quarterman Mallard (1830- 1904, correspondence 1851-1889) who married C.C. Jones’s only daughter, Mary Sharpe Jones (1835-1889).  He also grew up in Liberty Country, Georgia, and after training at the Columbia, S.C., Theological Seminary, he was made pastor in his home town of the Walthourville Church.  He served there for seven years until called to the Central Presbyterian Church of Atlanta.  He was briefly a prisoner of the Federal forces during the Civil War.  In 1866, he accepted a call to the pulpit of the Prytania St. Church in New Orleans. In 1879, he began working in the Napoleon Ave. Church where he stayed until his death.  Dr. Mallard was moderator of the Synod of Mississippi in 1874, and moderator of the General Assembly in Memphis in 1896.  He succeeded Dr. H.M. Smith as the editor of the Southwestern Presbyterian, and held that office for nearly thirteen years.  Besides his correspondence, the collection also contains numerous pamphlets written by Dr. Mallard (see inventory of box 13).  He also wrote two books about antebellum life:  Plantation Life Before Emancipation (1892) and Montevideo-Maybank, or, the Family Life of the Rev. Charles Colcock Jones, D.D. (1898): see box 45.

Also of interest in the collection are the Civil War diaries (box 23, December 1864-January 1865) written by Mary Jones (1808-1869) and her daughter, Mary Sharpe Jones (1835-1889), by then the wife of R.Q. Mallard.  She gave birth to a daughter while she and her mother were trying to fend off the repeated searches and thefts by the men of Sherman’s army, during their march through Georgia.  The diaries record this and other problems they endured at the time.  In addition, the collection contains numerous letters by both mother and daughter throughout their lives, and box 40, folders 14-16, contain loose recipes and a book of recipes that they probably used.

Other correspondents include John Jones (1815-1893, correspondence 1829-1862), younger brother of Mary Jones,; Henry Hart Jones (1832-1893, correspondence 1837-1863), half-brother of Mary Jones; Elizabeth Jones (1794-1856, correspondence 1831-1856), wife of William Maxwell and half-sister of Charles Colcock Jones; Susan Mary Jones (1803-1890, correspondence 1830-1887) daughter of John Jones and sister of Charles Colcock Jones who married James Audley Maxwell in 1823 and, a widow, married Joseph Cumming in 1838; Laura Elizabeth Maxwell (1824-1903, correspondence 1851-1887), daughter of Susan Mary Jones and James Audley Maxwell.

A Note on the Civil War Diaries in the Charles Colcock Jones Collection.

The diaries of Mary Jones and her daughter Mrs. Mary Mallard cover December 1864 and January 1865.  In this period, Sherman’s armies were marching to the sea through Georgia.  The chief value of the diaries lies in the description of the march’s effect on the Jones’s plantation in Liberty Country and the reactions of these women to the events

As documents, they present rather a puzzle.  Mrs. Mallard’s diary appears in a notebook that her husband, a Presbyterian minister, had used to jot down biblical quotations which he intended to develop into sermons.  He himself quotes his wife’s diary extensively in his book Plantation Life Before Emancipation (Richmond, 1892).  He does not mention Mrs. Jones’s diary.

The second diary, completely in Mrs. Jones’s hand, parallels the first very closely.  The first begins on December 13th and breaks off in mid-sentence on the 20th.  For this period, the second seems in fact to be a copy of the first, although Mrs. Jones does not hesitate to rephrase and amplify her daughter’s account.  After the 20th, however, the entries are for the most part clearly Mrs. Jones’s, referring to Mrs. Mallard as “Daughter,” although a few entries do seem again to copy something which has since been lost.  In any case, Mrs. Jones was certainly the author of entries on and after January 4th.  On that day, Mrs. Mallard gave birth to a daughter. 

As an aside, I should point out that neither Manson Myers, who quotes in full Mrs. Jones’s diary in Children of Pride (New Haven, 1972), nor Haskell Monroe, who also edited and published the diary in Mrs. Jones’s hand (as Yankees A’Coming:Tuscaloosa, 1959), mention the existence of Mrs. Mallard’s diary, even though their text and that published in 1892 by Rev. Mallard (whose books both Myers and Monroe cite) show difference which imply separate sources for the two documents.

(The above text adapted from the original legacy finding aid, written in 1979)

Biographical Note

Charles Colcock Jones (1804-1863) was the secular and spiritual leader of his family. His ancestors included his grandfather, Major John Jones, who moved from South Carolina to Georgia before the American Revolution. C.C. Jones's father, also named John Jones, died in 1805; his mother died in 1810, leaving him an orphan. He studied at the Andover Theological Seminary and the Princeton Theological Seminary. He married Mary Jones (1806-1869), a first cousin, in 1829. After his ordination as a minister, C.C. Jones served as a pastor to the First Presbyterian Church in Savannah. In 1832, he returned to Liberty County to attend to his family's plantations, Montevideo, Maybank, and Arcadia. C.C.Jones served as professor of ecclesiastical history at the Columbia, S.C., Theological Seminary and as Secretary of the Presbyterian Board of Domestic Missions in Philadelphia. Toward the end of his life, he kept a diary in his almanacs containing observations on the early years of the Civil War.

Subject/Index Terms

Georgia -- History.
Jones, Charles Colcock, 1804-1863.
Jones, Charles Colcock, 1831-1893.
Jones family.
Plantation life -- Georgia -- History -- 19th century.
Plantation owners -- Georgia.
Presbyterian Church -- Georgia -- History.
Reconstruction (U.S. history, 1865-1877).
Slavery -- United States -- History -- 19th century.
Southern States -- Economic conditions -- 19th century.
Southern States -- History -- 19th century.
Southern States -- Social conditions -- 19th century.
United States -- History -- 19th century.
United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865.
Yellow fever -- Louisiana -- New Orleans -- 19th century.

Administrative Information

Repository: Louisiana Research Collection

Accruals: Several additions made to the collection.

Alternate Extent Statement: 24 linear feet

Access Restrictions: Collection is open to the public.  No known restrictions.

Use Restrictions: Physical rights are retained by the Louisiana Research Collection. Copyright is retained in accordance with U.S. copyright laws.

Acquisition Source: Dorothy Seago

Acquisition Method: Gift

Preferred Citation: Charles Colcock Jones papers, Manuscripts Collection 154, Louisiana Research Collection, Howard-Tilton Memorial Library, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA 70118

Other Note: OCLC Number: 416673563


Box and Folder Listing


Browse by Box:

[Box 1: Correspondence and other papers, December 1774-1825],
[Box 2: Correspondence, March 1826-December 1830],
[Box 3: Correspondence, January 1831-December 1834],
[Box 4: Correspondence and other papers, January 1835-December 1837],
[Box 5: Correspondence and other papers, January 1838-September 6, 1841],
[Box 6: Correspondence, January 1842-December 1846],
[Box 7: Correspondence and other papers, January 1847-December 1849],
[Box 8: Correspondence, January-December 1850],
[Box 9: Correspondence, January 1, 1851-June 30, 1851],
[Box 10: Correspondence, July 1, 1851-December 31, 1851],
[Box 11: Correspondence, January 1, 1852-June 30, 1852],
[Box 12: Correspondence, July 1852-June 1853],
[Box 13: Correspondence, July-December 1853],
[Box 14: Correspondence, January-December 1854],
[Box 15: Correspondence, January 1855-June 30, 1856],
[Box 16: Correspondence and other papers, July 1856-June 30, 1857],
[Box 17: Correspondence, July 1857-June 30, 1858],
[Box 18: Correspondence and other papers, July 1858-June 1859],
[Box 19: Correspondence and othe papers, July 1859-August 1860],
[Box 20: Correspondence and other papers, September 1860-July 1861],
[Box 21: Correspondence and other papers, August 1861-December 1862],
[Box 22: Correspondence and other papers, January-December 1863],
[Box 23: Correspondence and other papers, January 1864-December 1865],
[Box 24: Correspondence, January-December 1866],
[Box 25: Correspondence, January-December 1867],
[Box 26: Correspondence, January 1868-October 1870],
[Box 27: Correspondence, January 1871-December 1877],
[Box 28: Correspondence, January 1878-1885],
[Box 29: Correspondence, January 1886-June 20, 1904],
[Box 30: Correspondence, Miscellaneous [No Dates]],
[Box 31: Sermons, 1824-1834],
[Box 32: Sermons, addresses, May 24, 1834-December 1841],
[Box 33: Sermons, February 12, 1842-January 14, 1853],
[Box 34: Sermons and R.Q. Mallard Papers, 1854-1902],
[Box 35: "Unregeneracy in the Ministry", 1850-1874],
[Box 36: Church History: Chinese Catechism and other papers, 1850-1855],
[Box 37: "History of the Church of God", 1859-1860],
[Box 38: "History of the Church of God", 1861-1862],
[Box 39: Plantation Books, 1785-(1834-1848)-1861],
[Box 40: Estate C. E. Maxwell and other papers, 1760-1898; 1974],
[Box 41: Genealogy],
[Box 42: Miscellaneous, [ca. 1800]-1912],
[Box 43: Pamphlets and Printed Material, 1830-1911],
[Box 44: Bound Manuscripts: Books, 1816-1889],
[Box 45: Published Books, 1824-1898],
[All]

Box 1: Correspondence and other papers, December 1774-1825
Folder 1: Correspondence, December 1774
Folder 2: Joseph Jones Daybook, March 13, 1777
Folder 3: Correspondence, March 20, 1779-February 15, 1784
Folder 4: Correspondence, March 28,1785-March 20,1786
Folder 5: Correspondence, June 3, 1788-February 24, 1794
Folder 6: Correspondence, January 16, 1795-April 25,1795
Folder 7: Correspondence, June 1795-June 7, 1795
Folder 8: Correspondence, June 20, 1795-June 21, 1795
Folder 9: Correspondence, July 29, 1795-September 20, 1795
Folder 10: Correspondence, January 6, 1796-January 28, 1796
Folder 11: Correspondence, January 30, 1796-February 9, 1796
Folder 12: Correspondence, February 12, 1796-February 21, 1796
Folder 13: Correspondence, January 16, 1797
Folder 14: Correspondence, January 20, 1797
Folder 15: Correspondence, January 21, 1797-January 30, 1797
Folder 16: Correspondence, January 31,1797-February 2,1797
Folder 17: Correspondence, February 3, 1797-December 24-1797
Folder 18: Correspondence, May 4, 1798-July 23,1798
Folder 19: Correspondence, October 29,1801-undated
Folder 20: Correspondence, 1802-1811
Folder 21: Correspondence, 1812-1818
Folder 22: Correspondence, 1819
Folder 23: Correspondence, 1820-1821
Folder 24: Correspondence, 1822
Folder 25: Correspondence, 1823
Folder 26: Correspondence, 1824-1825
Box 2: Correspondence, March 1826-December 1830
Folder 1: Correspondence, March-October 1826
Folder 2: Correspondence, March 1827-July 1827
Folder 3: Correspondence, August-December 1827
Folder 4: Correspondence, January-September 1828
Folder 5: Correspondence, October-December 1828
Folder 6: Correspondence, January-May 1829
Folder 7: Correspondence, June-July 1829
Folder 8: Correspondence, October-December 1829
Folder 9: Correspondence, January-February 1830
Folder 10: Correspondence, March-April 1830
Folder 11: Correspondence, May-June 1830
Folder 12: Correspondence, July-August 1830
Folder 13: Correspondence, September 1830
Folder 14: Correspondence, October-December 1830
Box 3: Correspondence, January 1831-December 1834
Folder 1: Correspondence, January 1831-July 1831
Folder 2: Correspondence, August-September 1831
Folder 3: Correspondence, October-December 1831
Folder 4: Correspondence, January-February 1832
Folder 5: Correspondence, March-April 1832
Folder 6: Correspondence, May-August 1832
Folder 7: Correspondence, September-December 1832
Folder 8: Correspondence, January-June 1833
Folder 9: Correspondence, August-December 1833
Folder 10: Correspondence, January-March 1834
Folder 11: Correspondence, May-June 1834
Folder 12: Correspondence, August-December 1834
Box 4: Correspondence and other papers, January 1835-December 1837
Folder 1: Correspondence, January-June 1835
Folder 2: Correspondence, August-November 1835
Folder 3: Correspondence, December 1835-May 1836
Folder 4: Correspondence, June-September 1836
Folder 5: Correspondence, October-December 1836
Folder 6: Account Book, 1837-1838
Folder 7: Correspondence, January 1837
Folder 8: Correspondence, February 8, 1837-March 25, 1837
Folder 9: Correspondence, April-May 1837
Folder 10: Correspondence, June 2-June 24, 1837
Folder 11: Correspondence, June 26-August 30, 1837
Folder 12: Correspondence, September-October 1837
Folder 13: Correspondence, November-December 1837
Box 5: Correspondence and other papers, January 1838-September 6, 1841
Folder 1: Correspondence, January-April 1838
Folder 2: Correspondence, May-July 1838
Folder 3: Correspondence, August-October 1838
Folder 4: Correspondence, Novermber-December 1838
Folder 5: Rel. Estate A. Maybank, 1838
Folder 6: Correspondence, January-April 1839
Folder 7: Correspondence, May-December 1839
Folder 8: Correspondence, 1839
Folder 9: Correspondence, February-August 1840
Folder 10: Correspondence, September-December 1840
Folder 11: Minute Book, 1840-1845
Folder 12: Correspondence, January-April 1841
Folder 13: Correspondence, May-September 1841
Folder 14: Correspondence, November-December 1841
Folder 15: Book, September 6, 1841
Box 6: Correspondence, January 1842-December 1846
Folder 1: Correspondence, January-June 1842
Folder 2: Correspondence, July-December 1842
Folder 3: Correspondence, January-April 1843
Folder 4: Correspondence, May-August 1843
Folder 5: Correspondence, September-December 1843
Folder 6: Correspondence, 1843
Folder 7: Correspondence, January-August 1844
Folder 8: Correspondence, September 1844-January 1845
Folder 9: Correspondence, February 1845-August 1845
Folder 10: Correspondence, September-December 1845
Folder 11: Correspondence, 1845
Folder 12: Correspondence, January-April 1846
Folder 13: Correspondence, May-August 1846
Folder 14: Correspondence, September-October 1846
Folder 15: Correspondence, November-December 1846
Box 7: Correspondence and other papers, January 1847-December 1849
Folder 1: Correspondence, January-May 1847
Folder 2: Correspondence, June-October 1847
Folder 3: Correspondence, November-December 1847
Folder 4: Bank Books, 1844-46-47
Folder 5: Correspondence and Book Bills, January-March 1848
Folder 6: Correspondence, April-May 1848
Folder 7: Correspondence, June-July 1848
Folder 8: Correspondence, August-September 1848
Folder 9: Correspondence, October-December 1848
Folder 10: Correspondence, January-April 1849
Folder 11: Correspondence, May-June 1849
Folder 12: Correspondence, July-September 1849
Folder 13: Correspondence, October-December 1849
Box 8: Correspondence, January-December 1850
Folder 1: Correspondence, January-March 1850
Folder 2: Correspondence, April 17-22, 1850
Folder 3: Correspondence, April 23-30, 1850
Folder 4: Correspondence, May 1-7, 1850
Folder 5: Correspondence, May 8-24, 1850
Folder 6: Correspondence, May 25-31, 1850
Folder 7: Correspondence, May 1, 1850
Folder 8: Correspondence, June 1-6, 1850
Folder 9: Correspondence, June 7-13, 1850
Folder 10: Correspondence, June 17-20, 1850
Folder 11: Correspondence, June 22-29, 1850
Folder 12: Correspondence, July 1850
Folder 13: Correspondence, August 1850
Folder 14: Correspondence, September 1850
Folder 15: Correspondence, October 1850
Folder 16: Correspondence, November 1850
Folder 17: Correspondence, December 1850
Folder 18: Correspondence, 1850
Box 9: Correspondence, January 1, 1851-June 30, 1851
Folder 1: Correspondence, January 1-14, 1851
Folder 2: Correspondence, January 15-31, 1851
Folder 3: Correspondence, February 1-10, 1851
Folder 4: Correspondence, February 12-28, 1851
Folder 5: Correspondence, March 1-17, 1851
Folder 6: Correspondence, March 25-31, 1851
Folder 7: Correspondence, April 1-8, 1851
Folder 8: Correspondence, April 9-19, 1851
Folder 9: Correspondence, April 21-30, 1851
Folder 10: Correspondence, May 1-8, 1851
Folder 11: Correspondence, May 9-16, 1851
Folder 12: Correspondence, May 17-24, 1851
Folder 13: Correspondence, May 25-31, 1851
Folder 14: Correspondence, June 2-11, 1851
Folder 15: Correspondence, June 13-24, 1851
Folder 16: Correspondence, June 25-30, 1851
Box 10: Correspondence, July 1, 1851-December 31, 1851
Folder 1: Correspondence, July 1-14, 1851
Folder 2: Correspondence, July 15-23, 1851
Folder 3: Correspondence, July 24-31, 1851
Folder 4: Correspondence, August 1-9, 1851
Folder 5: Correspondence, August 11-19, 1851
Folder 6: Correspondence, August 20-31, 1851
Folder 7: Correspondence, September 1-23, 1851
Folder 8: Correspondence, September 24-30, 1851
Folder 9: Correspondence, October 1-13, 1851
Folder 10: Correspondence, October 14-27, 1851
Folder 11: Correspondence, October 28-31, 1851
Folder 12: Correspondence, November 3-14, 1851
Folder 13: Correspondence, November 17-27, 1851
Folder 14: Correspondence, December 1-13, 1851
Folder 15: Correspondence, December 15-20, 1851
Folder 16: Correspondence, December 21-31, 1851
Box 11: Correspondence, January 1, 1852-June 30, 1852
Folder 1: Correspondence, January1-12, 1852
Folder 2: Correspondence, January 13-19, 1852
Folder 3: Correspondence, January 20-31, 1852
Folder 4: Correspondence, February 3-16, 1852
Folder 5: Correspondence, February 17-28, 1852
Folder 6: Correspondence, March 1-18, 1852
Folder 7: Correspondence, March 22-31, 1852
Folder 8: Correspondence, April 1-7, 1852
Folder 9: Correspondence, April 8-30, 1852
Folder 10: Correspondence, May 3-14, 1852
Folder 11: Correspondence, May 15-22, 1852
Folder 12: Correspondence, May 22-31, 1852
Folder 13: Correspondence, June 1-10, 1852
Folder 14: Correspondence, June 14-30, 1852
Box 12: Correspondence, July 1852-June 1853
Folder 1: Correspondence, July 1-19, 1852
Folder 2: Correspondence, July 22-31, 1852
Folder 3: Correspondence, August 5-19, 1852
Folder 4: Correspondence, August 21-31, 1852
Folder 5: Correspondence, September 3-17, 1852
Folder 6: Correspondence, September 20-30, 1852
Folder 7: Correspondence, October 11-21, 1852
Folder 8: Correspondence, October 25-31, 1852
Folder 9: Correspondence, November 2-12, 1852
Folder 10: Correspondence, November 15-29, 1852
Folder 11: Correspondence, December 1-13, 1852
Folder 12: Correspondence, December 14-31, 1852
Folder 13: Correspondence, January 1853
Folder 14: Correspondence, February 1853
Folder 15: Correspondence, March 1853
Folder 16: Correspondence, April 1853
Folder 17: Correspondence, May 1853
Folder 18: Correspondence, June 1853
Box 13: Correspondence, July-December 1853
Folder 1: Correspondence, July 1-15, 1853
Folder 2: Correspondence, July 16-31, 1853
Folder 3: Correspondence, August 1853
Folder 4: Correspondence, September 1853
Folder 5: Correspondence, October 1-17, 1853
Folder 6: Correspondence, October 18-31, 1853
Folder 7: Correspondence, November 1853
Folder 8: Correspondence, December 1853
Box 14: Correspondence, January-December 1854
Folder 1: Correspondence, January 1-15, 1854
Folder 2: Correspondence, January 16-31, 1854
Folder 3: Correspondence, February 1854
Folder 4: Correspondence, March 1854
Folder 5: Correspondence, April 1-15, 1854
Folder 6: Correspondence, Apirl 16-May 14, 1854
Folder 7: Correspondence, May 15-31, 1854
Folder 8: Correspondence, June 1854
Folder 9: Correspondence, July 1854
Folder 10: Correspondence, August 1-15, 1854
Folder 11: Correspondence, August 16-31, 1854
Folder 12: Correspondence, September 1854
Folder 13: Correspondence, October 1854
Folder 14: Correspondence, November 1854
Folder 15: Correspondence, December 1854
Box 15: Correspondence, January 1855-June 30, 1856
Folder 1: Correspondence, January 1-15, 1855
Folder 2: Correspondence, January 16-31, 1855
Folder 3: Correspondence, February 1-10, 1855
Folder 4: Correspondence, February 11-28, 1855
Folder 5: Correspondence, March 1-15, 1855
Folder 6: Correspondence, March 16-April 15, 1855
Folder 7: Correspondence, April 16-May 31, 1855
Folder 8: Correspondence, June 1-15, 1855
Folder 9: Correspondence, June 16-July 31, 1855
Folder 10: Correspondence, August 1855
Folder 11: Correspondence, September 1855
Folder 12: Correspondence, October 1-15, 1855
Folder 13: Correspondence, October 16-31, 1855
Folder 14: Correspondence, November 1855
Folder 15: Correspondence, December 1855
Folder 16: Correspondence, January 1856
Folder 17: Correspondence, February 1-20, 1856
Folder 18: Correspondence, February 22-March 15, 1856
Folder 19: Correspondence, March 16-22, 1856
Folder 20: Correspondence, March 23-April 8, 1856
Folder 21: Correspondence, April 9-30, 1856
Folder 22: Correspondence, May 1-15, 1856
Folder 23: Correspondence, May 16-June 30, 1856
Box 16: Correspondence and other papers, July 1856-June 30, 1857
Folder 1: Correspondence, July 1-15, 1856
Folder 2: Correspondence, July 16-31, 1856
Folder 3: Correspondence, August 1856
Folder 4: Correspondence, September 1-15, 1856
Folder 5: Correspondence, September 16-30, 1856
Folder 6: Correspondence, October 1856
Folder 7: Correspondence, November 1856
Folder 8: Correspondence, December 1-19, 1856
Folder 9: Correspondence, December 20-31, 1856
Folder 10: Correspondence Almanac, 1857
Folder 11: Correspondence, January 1-15, 1857
Folder 12: Correspondence, January 16-31, 1857
Folder 13: Correspondence, February 1-16, 1857
Folder 14: Correspondence, February 16-28, 1857
Folder 15: Correspondence, March 1-15, 1857
Folder 16: Correspondence, March 16-31, 1857
Folder 17: Correspondence, April 1-14, 1857
Folder 18: Correspondence, April 15-30, 1857
Folder 19: Correspondence, May 1-18, 1857
Folder 20: Correspondence, May 19-June 12, 1857
Folder 21: Correspondence, June 13-30, 1857
Box 17: Correspondence, July 1857-June 30, 1858
Folder 1: Correspondence, July 1-14, 1857
Folder 2: Correspondence, July 15-31, 1857
Folder 3: Correspondence, August 1857
Folder 4: Correspondence, September 1-21, 1857
Folder 5: Correspondence, September 22-30, 1857
Folder 6: Correspondence, October 1857
Folder 7: Correspondence, November 1-17, 1857
Folder 8: Correspondence, November 18-30, 1857
Folder 9: Correspondence, December 1-14, 1857
Folder 10: Correspondence, December 15-31, 1857
Folder 11: Correspondence, January 1-15, 1858
Folder 12: Correspondence, January 16-31, 1858
Folder 13: Correspondence, February 1-13, 1858
Folder 14: Correspondence, February 14-28, 1858
Folder 15: Correspondence, March 1858
Folder 16: Correspondence, April 1-22, 1858
Folder 17: Correspondence, April 23-30, 1858
Folder 18: Correspondence, May 1-13, 1858
Folder 19: Correspondence, May 14-30, 1858
Folder 20: Correspondence, June 1-15, 1858
Folder 21: Correspondence, June 16-30, 1858
Box 18: Correspondence and other papers, July 1858-June 1859
Folder 1: Correspondence, July 1-19, 1858
Folder 2: Correspondence, July 20-31, 1858
Folder 3: Correspondence, August 1858
Folder 4: Correspondence, September 1-10, 1858
Folder 5: Correspondence, September 11-30, 1858
Folder 6: Correspondence, October 1-11, 1858
Folder 7: Correspondence, October 11-21, 1858
Folder 8: Correspondence, October 22-31, 1858
Folder 9: Correspondence, November 1-5, 1858
Folder 10: Correspondence, November 6-30, 1858
Folder 11: Correspondence, December 1858
Folder 12: Correspondence and Almanac, 1858
Folder 13: Correspondence, January 1-21, 1859
Folder 14: Correspondence, January 22-31, 1859
Folder 15: Correspondence, February 1859
Folder 16: Correspondence, March 1-13, 1859
Folder 17: Correspondence, March 14-31, 1859
Folder 18: Correspondence, April 1-14, 1859
Folder 19: Correspondence, April 15-30, 1859
Folder 20: Correspondence, May 1-16, 1859
Folder 21: Correspondence, May 17-31, 1859
Folder 22: Correspondence, June 1859
Box 19: Correspondence and othe papers, July 1859-August 1860
Folder 1: Correspondence, July 1-19, 1859
Folder 2: Correspondence, July 20-31, 1859
Folder 3: Correspondence, August 1859
Folder 4: Correspondence, September 1-19, 1859
Folder 5: Correspondence, September 20-30, 1859
Folder 6: Correspondence, October 1859
Folder 7: Correspondence, November 1-15, 1859
Folder 8: Correspondence, November 16-23, 1859
Folder 9: Correspondence, November 24-30, 1859
Folder 10: Correspondence, December 1-16, 1859
Folder 11: Correspondence, December 17-31, 1859
Folder 12: "Good News", Winter- 1859
Folder 13: Almanac- Letter, 1859
Folder 14: Correspondence, January 1-17, 1860
Folder 15: Correspondence, January 18-31, 1860
Folder 16: Correspondence, February 1860
Folder 17: Correspondence, March 1-14, 1860
Folder 18: Correspondence, March 15-31, 1860
Folder 19: Correspondence, April 1860
Folder 20: Correspondence, May 1860
Folder 21: Correspondence, June 1860
Folder 22: Correspondence, July-August 1860
Box 20: Correspondence and other papers, September 1860-July 1861
Folder 1: Correspondence, September 1860
Folder 2: Correspondence, October 1860
Folder 3: Correspondence, November 1860
Folder 4: Correspondence, December 1860
Folder 5: Almanac/Diary, 1860
Folder 6: Correspondence, January 1861
Folder 7: Correspondence, February 1861
Folder 8: Correspondence, March 1-18, 1861
Folder 9: Correspondence, March 18-31, 1861
Folder 10: Correspondence, April 1-13, 1861
Folder 11: Correspondence, April 14-30, 1861
Folder 12: Correspondence, May 1-10, 1861
Folder 13: Correspondence, May 11-31, 1861
Folder 14: Correspondence, June 1-22, 1861
Folder 15: Correspondence, June 23-30, 1861
Folder 16: Correspondence, July 1-4, 1861
Folder 17: Correspondence, July 5-7, 1861
Folder 18: Correspondence, July 13, 31, 1861
Box 21: Correspondence and other papers, August 1861-December 1862
Folder 1: Correspondence, August 1861
Folder 2: Correspondence, September 1861
Folder 3: Correspondence, October 1861
Folder 4: Correspondence, November 1861
Folder 5: Correspondence, December 1861
Folder 6: Almanac/Diary, 1861
Folder 7: Correspondence, January 1862
Folder 8: Correspondence, February-March 1862
Folder 9: Correspondence, April-May 14, 1862
Folder 10: Correspondence, May 15-June 30, 1862
Folder 11: Correspondence, June-July 1862
Folder 12: Correspondence, August 1862
Folder 13: Correspondence, September-October 1862
Folder 14: Correspondence, November 1862
Folder 15: Correspondence, December 1862
Folder 16: Almanac/Diary, 1862
Box 22: Correspondence and other papers, January-December 1863
Folder 1: Correspondence, January 1863
Folder 2: Correspondence, February 1863
Folder 3: Correspondence, March 4-16, 1863
Folder 4: Correspondence, March 18-28, 1863
Folder 5: Correspondence, April 1863
Folder 6: Correspondence, May 18-24, 1863
Folder 7: Correspondence, June-July 1863
Folder 8: Correspondence, August 1863
Folder 9: Correspondence, September-November 1863
Folder 10: Correspondence, December 1863
Folder 11: Correspondence, 1863
Folder 12: Reminiscences and other papers, 1863
Folder 13: Almanac/Diary, 1863
Box 23: Correspondence and other papers, January 1864-December 1865
Folder 1: Diaries, 1864-1865
Folder 2: Correspondence, January 1864
Folder 3: Correspondence, February-March 20, 1864
Folder 4: Correspondence, March 21-April 1864
Folder 5: Correspondence, May 1864
Folder 6: Correspondence, June 1864
Folder 7: Correspondence, July 1864
Folder 8: Correspondence, August 22-September 19, 1864
Folder 9: Correspondence, September 20-October 8, 1864
Folder 10: Correspondence, October 17-December 31, 1864
Folder 11: Correspondence, January-March 1865
Folder 12: Correspondence, April-June 1865
Folder 13: Correspondence, July-August 1865
Folder 14: Correspondence, September-October 1865
Folder 15: Correspondence, November 1865
Folder 16: Correspondence, December 1865
Box 24: Correspondence, January-December 1866
Folder 1: Correspondence, January 1866
Folder 2: Correspondence, February 1866
Folder 3: Correspondence, March 1866
Folder 4: Correspondence, April 1-May 19, 1866
Folder 5: Correspondence, May 21-31, 1866
Folder 6: Correspondence, June 1866
Folder 7: Correspondence, July 1-16, 1866
Folder 8: Correspondence, July 17-31, 1866
Folder 9: Correspondence, August 1866
Folder 10: Correspondence, September-October 1866
Folder 11: Correspondence, November 1866
Folder 12: Correspondence, December 1866
Box 25: Correspondence, January-December 1867
Folder 1: Correspondence, January 1867
Folder 2: Correspondence, February 1867
Folder 3: Correspondence, March 1867
Folder 4: Correspondence, April 1867
Folder 5: Correspondence, May 1867
Folder 6: Correspondence, June 1867
Folder 7: Correspondence, July 1867
Folder 8: Correspondence, August 1867
Folder 9: Correspondence, September 1867
Folder 10: Correspondence, October 1867
Folder 11: Correspondence, November 1867
Folder 12: Correspondence, December 1867
Box 26: Correspondence, January 1868-October 1870
Folder 1: Correspondence, January 1868
Folder 2: Correspondence, March-August, 1868
Folder 3: Correspondence, September-December 1868
Folder 4: Correspondence, January-April 1869
Folder 5: Correspondence, May 1869
Folder 6: Correspondence, June-July 1869
Folder 7: Correspondence, August-December 1869
Folder 8: Correspondence, January-April 1870
Folder 9: Correspondence, May-July 1870
Folder 10: Correspondence, August-October 1870
Box 27: Correspondence, January 1871-December 1877
Folder 1: Correspondence, January-April 1871
Folder 2: Correspondence, May 1871
Folder 3: Correspondence, June 1871-April 1873
Folder 4: Correspondence, May 22-1873-February 1874
Folder 5: Correspondence, March 1874-August 1875
Folder 6: Correspondence, September 1875
Folder 7: Correspondence, January-June 1876
Folder 8: Correspondence, July-August 1876
Folder 9: Correspondence, September 1876
Folder 10: Correspondence, October 1876
Folder 11: Correspondence, November 1876-February 1877
Folder 12: Correspondence, March 1-17, 1877
Folder 13: Correspondence, March 18-31, 1877
Folder 14: Correspondence, April-May 1877
Folder 15: Correspondence, June-July 1877
Folder 16: Correspondence, August-December 1877
Box 28: Correspondence, January 1878-1885
Folder 1: Correspondence, January 1878
Folder 2: Correspondence, February 1878
Folder 3: Correspondence, March-December 1878
Folder 4: Correspondence, 1879
Folder 5: Correspondence, 1880
Folder 6: Correspondence, 1881
Folder 7: January-August 1882
Folder 8: Correspondence, September-December 1882
Folder 9: Correspondence, 1883
Folder 10: Correspondence, 1885
Box 29: Correspondence, January 1886-June 20, 1904
Folder 1: Correspondence, January-August 1886
Folder 2: Correspondence, September 1886
Folder 3: Correspondence, June-November 1887
Folder 4: Correspondence, January-August 1888
Folder 5: Correspondence, 1889
Folder 6: Correspondence, December 1898-March 1904
Folder 7: Correspondence, April 2-June 20, 1904
Box 30: Correspondence, Miscellaneous [No Dates]
Folder 1: Correspondence, Sarah Jones
Folder 2: Correspondence, Mallard Family
Folder 3: Correspondence, Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Jones
Folder 4: Correspondence, Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Jones
Folder 5: Correspondence, Mary Jones
Folder 6: Correspondence, Miscellaneous
Box 31: Sermons, 1824-1834
Some of the Sermons in the box are in lecture format.  Altogether, there are over thirty sermons in this time frame.
Box 32: Sermons, addresses, May 24, 1834-December 1841
Various Sermons based on the New Testament of the Bible, and some written about Justification.
Box 33: Sermons, February 12, 1842-January 14, 1853
Box 34: Sermons and R.Q. Mallard Papers, 1854-1902
The R.Q. Mallard Papers will be on folders 1-3; the sermons are in the box with no folders.
Folder 1: Letters offering R.Q. Mallard pulpits, 1856-1890
Folder 2: Typed manuscripts: R.Q Mallard, 1876-[ca. 1902]
Folder 3: R.Q. Mallard: Speeches and other papers, No Date
Box 35: "Unregeneracy in the Ministry", 1850-1874
Volume 1: Common Place Book, 1832
Volume 2: Natural Depravity Testimony of Ancient Philosophers
Volume 3: Unregeneracy in the Ministry, 1850
Box 36: Church History: Chinese Catechism and other papers, 1850-1855
Folder 1: Catechism: Chinese, 1853
Folder 2: Catechism: Scripture History, 1853
Folder 3: Outline: History of the Church of God, 1855
Volume 1: Questions on Ecclesiastical History- Volume 1
Containing the Introductory Lectures, the Patriarchal, the Mosaic and the Prophetic Periods.
Volume 2: Questions on Ecclesiastical History- Volume 2
Containing the Maccabeean, the Messianic and the Apostolic Period.
Box 37: "History of the Church of God", 1859-1860
Volume 1: The History of the Church of God: During the Period of Revelation- Vol. 1, January 20, 1860
Volume 2: The History of the Church of God: During the Period of Revelation- Vol. 2, June, 17, 1859
Box 38: "History of the Church of God", 1861-1862
Volume 1: The History of the Church of God: During the Period of Revelation, May 7, 1861
Volume 2: The History of the Church of God: During the Period of Revelation, November 27, 1861
Volume 3: The History of the Church of God: During the Period of Revelation, November 15, 1862
Box 39: Plantation Books, 1785-(1834-1848)-1861
Folder 1: Plantation Book: Carlawter, 1834-1861
Folder 2: Plantation Book: Maybank, 1834-1848
Folder 3: Estate of Andrew Maybank: Accounts, 1834-1837
Folder 4: Estate of Capt. Joseph Jones, 1846-1849
Folder 5: Library Society Minutes, 1758-1839
Folder 6: Zimmerman and Co. Daybook, 1793
Box 40: Estate C. E. Maxwell and other papers, 1760-1898; 1974
Folder 1: Estate of C.E. Maxwell: bills and other papers, 1849-1853
Folder 2: Estate of C.E. Maxwell: Accounts Current, 1852
Folder 3: Photographs, [ca. 1870]- 1898, 1974
Folder 4: Photographs and Engravings, No Date
Folder 5: Photographs, No Date
Folder 6: Drawings, [ca. 1885]
Folder 7: Confederate $100 bill, 1864
Folder 8: Maps, No Date
In Oversize folder.
Folder 9: Pensacola Map, 1760
Folder 10: Pensacola Map, 1827
Folder 11: Pensacola Map, 1827
Folder 12: Pensacola Map, No Date
Folder 13: Savannah Harbor Map, 1818
Folder 14: Recipes, No Date
Folder 15: Recipes, No Date
Folder 16: Recipe Book, No Date
Folder 17
Folder 18
Folder 19
Folder 20
Box 41: Genealogy
Folder 1: Correspondence: Mrs. W.K. Seago, 1931-1940
Folder 2: Genealogy: Jones Family
Folder 3: Genealogy: Jones Family
Folder 4: Genealogy: Jones Family
Folder 5: Genealogy: Dr. Joseph Jones Family
Folder 6: Genealogy: Mallard Family
Folder 7: Genealogy: Buttolph Family
Folder 8: Genealogy: Seago Family
Folder 9: Genealogy: Miscellaneous
Box 42: Miscellaneous, [ca. 1800]-1912
Folder 1: Miscellaneous: Mallard, 1884-1905
Folder 2: Miscellaneous: Religious, 1852-1912
Folder 3: Miscellaneous: Mary Jones, No Date
Folder 4: Miscellaneous: Plantation Material, [ca. 1850]
Folder 5: Miscellaneous: Mary Sharpe Jones, No Date
Folder 6: Poetry, No Date
Folder 7: Miscellaneous: Texts by C.C. Jones, No Date
Folder 8: Miscellaneous, [ca. 1795]-1870
Folder 9: Diary, 1836
Folder 10: Bibliographies of Charles Colcock Jones and others
Bibliographies of Charles Colcock Jones, D.D., Charles Colcock Jones, Jr., and K Joseph Jones, M.D.
Box 43: Pamphlets and Printed Material, 1830-1911
Although there are only two folders mentioned, there are many more pamphlets and printed materials in the box.
Folder 1: "The Presbyterian", 1853; 1863
Folder 2: "Ancient Tumuli on...", 1868
Box 44: Bound Manuscripts: Books, 1816-1889
Volume 1: Constitution of the Brotherly Society, 1816
Volume 2: Brief Notices of Remarkable Providences and Deaths, January 5, 1831
Volume 3: Commentary on Joshua and Judges, June 14, 1844
Volume 4: Mary S. Jones: Composition Book, 1851
Volume 5: Memorials of Rev. C.C. Jones, collected by Joseph Jones, April 27, 1863
Volume 6: Daily Journal: R.Q. Mallard, 1866
Volume 7: Literary Club Minute Book, 1882-1887
Volume 8: Biographical Sketch of Mrs. R.Q Mallard, 1889
Box 45: Published Books, 1824-1898
Volume 1: Catechism of Scripture Doctrine, 1830
Volume 2: Catechism of Scripture Doctrine and Practice, 1837
Volume 3: Catechism of Scripture Doctrine, 1852
Volume 4: The Siege of Savannah, 1874
Volume 5: Life and Character of Miss Anne Clay, 1844
Volume 6: A Short Account of the Congregations Church, at Midway, Georgia, 1840
Volume 7: Armanian translation of "A Catechism of Scriptural Docrine and Practice", 1842
Volume 8: Montevideo- Maybank, 1898
Volume 9: Historical Address, Delivered to The Liberty Independent Troop, Upon its Anniversary, 1856
Volume 10: Annual Report of the Board of Missions of the General Assembly of the Prespyterian Church, 1851
Volume 11: Plantation Life before Emancipation, 1892
Volume 12: The Glory of Woman
There is also a sermon on Hebrews inserted in the book.
Volume 13: Catechism of Spripture Docrine and Practice, 1837
Volume 14: Biographical Memoir of the Right Hon. E. Burke, 1824

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[Box 5: Correspondence and other papers, January 1838-September 6, 1841],
[Box 6: Correspondence, January 1842-December 1846],
[Box 7: Correspondence and other papers, January 1847-December 1849],
[Box 8: Correspondence, January-December 1850],
[Box 9: Correspondence, January 1, 1851-June 30, 1851],
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[Box 11: Correspondence, January 1, 1852-June 30, 1852],
[Box 12: Correspondence, July 1852-June 1853],
[Box 13: Correspondence, July-December 1853],
[Box 14: Correspondence, January-December 1854],
[Box 15: Correspondence, January 1855-June 30, 1856],
[Box 16: Correspondence and other papers, July 1856-June 30, 1857],
[Box 17: Correspondence, July 1857-June 30, 1858],
[Box 18: Correspondence and other papers, July 1858-June 1859],
[Box 19: Correspondence and othe papers, July 1859-August 1860],
[Box 20: Correspondence and other papers, September 1860-July 1861],
[Box 21: Correspondence and other papers, August 1861-December 1862],
[Box 22: Correspondence and other papers, January-December 1863],
[Box 23: Correspondence and other papers, January 1864-December 1865],
[Box 24: Correspondence, January-December 1866],
[Box 25: Correspondence, January-December 1867],
[Box 26: Correspondence, January 1868-October 1870],
[Box 27: Correspondence, January 1871-December 1877],
[Box 28: Correspondence, January 1878-1885],
[Box 29: Correspondence, January 1886-June 20, 1904],
[Box 30: Correspondence, Miscellaneous [No Dates]],
[Box 31: Sermons, 1824-1834],
[Box 32: Sermons, addresses, May 24, 1834-December 1841],
[Box 33: Sermons, February 12, 1842-January 14, 1853],
[Box 34: Sermons and R.Q. Mallard Papers, 1854-1902],
[Box 35: "Unregeneracy in the Ministry", 1850-1874],
[Box 36: Church History: Chinese Catechism and other papers, 1850-1855],
[Box 37: "History of the Church of God", 1859-1860],
[Box 38: "History of the Church of God", 1861-1862],
[Box 39: Plantation Books, 1785-(1834-1848)-1861],
[Box 40: Estate C. E. Maxwell and other papers, 1760-1898; 1974],
[Box 41: Genealogy],
[Box 42: Miscellaneous, [ca. 1800]-1912],
[Box 43: Pamphlets and Printed Material, 1830-1911],
[Box 44: Bound Manuscripts: Books, 1816-1889],
[Box 45: Published Books, 1824-1898],
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