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Married: unknown

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Birth: abt.1868
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Margaret”Retta” Carnegie
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Missing
Birth: Apr.1871
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Death: 8 Oct.1927
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        “Uncle Ollie was a very handsome, debonair gentleman, always impeccably dressed and with an eye out for the ladies, who found him most charming. He had a bugeye (schooner with raked masts) that he used for shooting. The dogs were kept in boxes on the deck. They would go up to Satilla hunting quail.” 

 

Repository: Peabody Museum Archives, Harvard University 

Call No.: 999-33-20/74049.1, 999-33-20/74049.2, 2000.25.1, 2000.25.2, 2001.8.1

Location: Peabody Museum Archives

Title: Ricketson, Oliver Garrison, Jr., 1894-1952. Papers and Photographs, 1920-1946, bulk: A Finding Aid

Creator: Oliver Garrison Ricketson, Jr.

Quantity: 12 document boxes 

Abstract: The Oliver Garrison Ricketson, Jr. Papers and Photographs comprise papers and photographs of Maya archaeology, particularly the site of Chichen Itza, in Yucatan; index of ruins in the Maya area; and information on expeditions based in Belize.


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        Children:

1.  Oliver Garrison RICKETSON Jr.,  b. Mar.1894 PA [1900c.], d.1952,

2.+Lucy RICKETSON,  m. Robert FERGUSON, 4 children,

 

        The hotel on Cumberland Island, GA known as Greyfield Inn was built in 1901 as a wedding present from Lucy Coleman Carnegie to her daughter Margaret who married Oliver Ricketson.

 

       Of husband Oliver Garrison Ricketson:    “Uncle Ollie was a very handsome, debonair gentleman, always impeccably dressed and with an eye out for the ladies, who found him most charming. He had a bugeye (schooner with raked masts) that he used for shooting. The dogs were kept in boxes on the deck. They would go up to Satilla hunting quail.” 

 


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