HERE IS THE LINK AND CONNECTION BETWEEBN THE SPRINGS AND THE BEATTYS --
LANCASTER COTTON MILLS, SOUTH CAROLINA
Heritage of GAALT Industries
GAALT Model WA623-1-RC77 is the patented electronic device selected to set the standards for the development for computers to be connected to the
telephone wire and/or radio paths everywhere on earth. This is typically referred to as the pin functions for the computer connection RS232C and also
known as a modem.
Carolina Emergency Services and Security Company is the amalgamation of the heritage from ancestors of the same blood-line commencing with William
Brewster of the Mayflower Compact in 1620 and from Louis Charles Bourbon Capet from February 6, 1778 to organize and finance the American
Revolutionary War for the benefit of the United States of North America and for the blood-line family as detailed in the premise.
In 1865 this family business was in both Lancaster, South Carolina to build a cotton mill that became the largest cotton mill business on Earth, and
to organize Birmingham, Alabama for the manufacturing of railroad equipment and railway cars for the transportation of cotton back to Lancaster, South
Carolina, under the terms of the 37th United States Congress, Acts of treason against the so-called Confederate States of America. In 1872 its
headquarters were established in both Lancaster and in Birmingham where they remain today in any and all businesses permitted under the provisions of
the premise from the beginning of the United States. It specializes in para-legal research and development of old and new corporations from the
beginning of the United States and for Tomorrow, and leasing the assets of same to others, generally under 1, 5, 49, 99, and 999 - year leases for the
betterment of man kind.
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Indian Head Connection
1901 - Leroy purchases Luna Cotton Mills for weaving of chambrays and twills and renames it White Plant. He becomes a major force in the American
cotton industry. By 1907at age 46 he is president of four cotton mills, five mercantile companies, two banks, a railroad, a cotton compress company,
water power company and director of eight SC banks and the Southern Railroad.
1911 - Capt. White dies; Leroy is named president of Fort Mill company which is renamed Plant 1
1912 - Leroy buys Kershaw Cotton Mill to eventually produce shade goods and lawn.
1913 - Fort Mill expanded; 600 new Draper looms to produce sheeting. Mills produce fabrics under names of Lynwood, Kanawah, Ivanhoe, Trossach,
Winton, Equity, First Equity, Saranac, Scarsdale and Kenwood.
1914 -Leroy's Lancaster Mills assumes control of Fort Mill Manufacturing Company. Lancaster now has weave room with 3,016 looms, slasher room
spooler rooms, tying room and large cloth room; covers 8-1/2 acres.
1919 - Leroy operates five textile mills in South Carolina as separate companies - Fort Mill Plant, White Plant, Lancaster Plant, Kershaw Plant
and Eureka Plant.
1923 - Boll weevil epidemic shuts down many cotton plants; some work every other week.
1924 - Lyman plant is built.
1927 - Leroy requests son Elliot to leave New York City and return to learn mill business. Elliot refuses at first as he is earning $50,000 plus
royalties annually as one of the country's best magazine writers but returns in 1928 as company treasurer-secretary.
1931 - Upon the death of his father Leroy, Elliott White Springs inherits six cotton mills with 5,000 employees, 7,500 looms, and 300,000 spindles
valued at $7,250,000. But equipment is outdated and creditors are at the doors. Many doubt mill's future based on Elliot's playboy reputation and
He astounds everyone with his financial acumen and business strategy, consolidating and modernizing during his 28-year reign to make company one of
the foremost industrial giants. Goals are a Springmaid ad campaign and establishment of a selling ho
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