Robert Turner Allison, Signer of South Carolina Ordinance

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Robert Turner Allison:
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Born: August 17, 1798
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Birthplace: York County South Carolina
Father: Robert Eugene Allison 1754 – 1827
(Buried: Beersheba Presbyterian Church Clover South Carolina)
Mother: Sarah Turner 1755 – 1841
(Buried: Beersheba Presbyterian Church Clover South Carolina)

Wife: Martha Burnett Clinton 1803 – 1877
(Buried: Beersheba Presbyterian Church Clover South Carolina)

Children:
Robert Erasmus Allison 1830 – 1906
(Buried: West Side Cemetery Lancaster South Carolina)
Thomas Pinckney Allison 1831 – 1897
(Buried: Canehill Cemetery Canehill Arkansas)
Mary F. Z. Allison 1833 – 1848
(Buried: Beersheba Presbyterian Church Clover South Carolina)
Dr. James Breadner Allison Sr. 1834 – 1911
(Buried: Rose Hill Cemetery York South Carolina)
Private Rufus Maitland Allison 1836 – 1902
(Buried: Beersheba Presbyterian Church Clover South Carolina)
Dr. Joseph Wister Allison 1838 – 1898
(Buried: Sharon Associate Reformed Presbyterian Sharon S.C.)


Education:
1821: Graduated from South Carolina College
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1825: Graduated from Lexington Kentucky Medical School

Occupation before War:
1825 – 1882: Medical Doctor in York South Carolina
Farmer and Merchandiser in York South Carolina
1838 – 1843: South Carolina State Representative
1852: Delegate to Southern Rights Convention


Civil War Career:
Medical Doctor in York South Carolina
1860: York County Delegate to South Carolina Convention
1860: Signer of the South Carolina Ordinance of Secession

Occupation after War:
Medical Doctor in York South Carolina
Owner of Granite Mill in York County South Carolina


Died: October 21, 1882
Place of Death: York County South Carolina
Age at time of Death: 82 years old
Burial Place: Beersheba Presbyterian Church Clover South Carolina
 
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