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Collection Number: 05086-z

Collection Title: Hanes and Booe Family Papers, 1790, 1871-1877

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Size 15 items
Abstract The marriage in 1878 of Sallie Booe (1857-1927) and Philip Hanes (1851-1903) united the Booe and Hanes families of Davie County, N.C., and Forsyth County, N.C. Philip Hanes's brothers started the knitting and hosiery companies that became the Hanes Corporation. The collection consists of scattered letters, genealogical notes, and a will pertaining to the Hanes and Booe families. Material from 1871 to 1877 includes letters from A. M. Booe of Mocksville, N.C., to his daughters; notes sent between Sallie Booe and Philip Hanes prior to their marriage; and a letter, 1874, to Sallie Booe from a friend detailing social events in Davie County, N.C. Two typed family trees trace Hanes family history from its early 18th century German roots to the mid-20th century. A typed copy of the will, 1790, of Reinhart Bott of York County, Pa., provides some information about the family of Jesse Clement, Philip Hanes's son-in-law.
Creator Hanes family.



Booe family.
Language English.
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No restrictions. Open for research.
Copyright Notice
Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the Hanes and Booe Family Papers #5086-z, Southern Historical Collection, Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Provenance
Received from Clement Gibson of Charlotte, N.C., in February 2002 (Acc. 99182).
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The marriage in 1878 of Sallie Booe (1857-1927) and Philip Hanes (1851-1903) united the Booe and Hanes families of North Carolina. Sallie Booe's father, A. M. Booe, resided in Mocksville, N.C.

The Hanes family arrived in the United States from Germany and settled in York County, Pa., in 1738. By the late 18th century, they had moved to Friedberg, Forsyth County, N.C., near the Moravian settlement of Salem. Philip Hanes was one of the eleven children of Alexander Martin Hanes and Jane March Hanes. His brothers, John Wesley Hanes and Pleasant Henderson Hanes, started the knitting and hosiery companies that became the Hanes Corporation.

Philip and Sallie Hanes had eight children. Their daughter Blanche March Hanes married Jesse F. Clement in 1912. Jesse Clement was the descendant of Reinhart Bott of York County, Pa.

(Source: Dictionary of North Carolina Biography, Volume 3)

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The collection consists of scattered letters, genealogical notes, and a will pertaining to the Hanes and Booe families of North Carolina. Material from 1871 to 1877 includes letters from A. M. Booe of Mocksville, N.C., to his daughters; notes sent between Sallie Booe and Philip Hanes prior to their marriage; and a letter, 1874, to Sallie Booe from a friend detailing social events in Davie County, N.C. Two typed family trees trace Hanes family history from its early 18th century German roots to the mid-20th century. A typed copy of the will, 1790, of Reinhart Bott of York County, Pa., provides some information about the family of Jesse Clement, Philip Hanes's son-in-law.

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15 items.

The collection consists of scattered letters, genealogical notes, and a will pertaining to the Hanes and Booe families of North Carolina. Material from 1871 to 1877 includes letters written from A. M. Booe of Mocksville, N.C., to his daughters, notes sent between Sallie Booe and Philip Hanes prior to their marriage, and a letter, 1874, to Sallie Booe from a friend that details social events in Davie County, N.C. Two typed family trees trace the Hanes family history from its early 18th century German roots to the mid-20th century. A typed copy of the will, 1790, of Reinhart Bott from York County, Pa., provides some information about the family of Jesse Clement, the son-in-law of Philip Hanes.

Folder 1

Letters #05086-z, Series: "Papers, 1790, 1871-1877, and undated." Folder 1

Folder 2

Hanes family genealogy #05086-z, Series: "Papers, 1790, 1871-1877, and undated." Folder 2

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