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Name: Henry MiddletonMaleNote
Born: 17171717-1-1 at Oaks Plantation, St. James Parish, South CarolinaOaks Plantation, St. James Parish, South Carolina
Married: Jan 17411741-1-1 at South CarolinaSouth Carolina
Died: 13 Jun 17841784-6-13 at Oaks Plantation, South CarolinaOaks Plantation, South Carolina
Born: 6 Jun 1760
Died: 28 Aug 1834
Husband: John Parker
1). MIDDLETON, Henry Father of Arthur Middleton and of Thoma s Middleton grandfather of Henry Middleton, 1770 1846g reat grandfather of John Izard Middleton Member of Legisla tive Council,Born in 1717, probably at the Oaks plantatio n on the Ashley River near Charleston, the son of Arthur Mi ddleton of The Oaks and Sarah Amory. Educated at home an d in England. Planter, of The Oaks plantation and of Barb ados. Married, first, Mary Williams, in 1741 second, Mari a Henrietta Bull third, Lady Mary Mackenzie, widow of Joh n Ainslie, January 18, 1776. Acquired Middleton Place thr ough his first wife laid out worId famous gardens there o wned almost 20 plantations, 50, 000 acres, 800 slaves. Cred ited with raising and supporting an entire regiment to figh t in the Revolutionary War. Died June 13, 1784 in Charlesto n buried behind the chancel of St. JamesParish Church, B erkeley.
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