Lot 952

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Southern Federal walnut farm table early 19th century
rectangular top with rounded corners over single frieze drawer, on square tapering legs.
H29 3/4" W52" D33 1/2"

Provenance: The Estate of Laura Brodie, great-granddaughter of General Paul Quattlebaum.
Columbia, South Carolina collection.

Other Notes: This farm table was purchased from an on-site sale of the estate of Laura Brodie of Leesville, SC. Brodie, a herpetologist and eptomologist who worked at both the Field Museum in Chicago and the University of Michigan Museum, was the great-granddaughter of Conferederate General Paul Quattlebaum. She resided in Quattlebaum's boyhood home where this piece was purchased in March of 2007.
General Quattlebaum (1812-1890) was born in Lexington, SC. He invented the Quattlebaum rifle and owned and operated a rifle works, lumber business, and flour mill. Quattlebaum had a long and distinguished military career that included serving in the First Regiment of South Carolina Volunteers (1836) during the Seminole War and the state militia (1838-1853). He served in the South Carolina Senate (1848-1851) and attended the Secession Convention (1860-1862) where he signed the Ordinance of Secession.

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September 12, 2010 1:00 PM EDT
West Columbia, SC, US

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