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Greenwood County, South Carolina: Cemetery Records

By: N/A

Price: $150.00  $149.93

Publisher: Greenwood, SC, Old Ninety Six Chapter South Carolina Genealogical Society:

Our Product Number: 606482


Vol. 2. 272 pages View more info

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Abstracts fron the Pickens Sentinel, 1875-1915

By: Ballard, Judy

Price: $40.00  $39.98

Publisher: Southern Historical Press:

Our Product Number: USC032


390 pages. Newspapers are a great source for genealogical research. Even more so for the state of South Carolina since it did not officially record Vital Records until the year 1911. So when a researcher is looking for a relative through a birth, a death or a marriage, newspaper abstracts are one of the few sources that the genealogist will have at their disposal. This book consists of abstracts on all the marriages, births and deaths that were contained within this news... View more info

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History of Edgefield County [South Carolina], from the Earliest Settlements to 1897

By: Chapman, John A.

Price: $45.50  $45.48

Publisher: Baltimore, Clearfield:

Our Product Number: 606624


Brown wraps. 534 pages. John Chapman's History of Edgefield County is the standard work on its subject, and it meanders its way from the formation of the county, through the Revolution and War of 1812, to the era of Civil War and Reconstruction. While the final 100 pages identify the members of the various Edgefield County units in the Civil War, in some cases touching on their service records or families, most of the volume consists of biographical and genealogical ske... View more info

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History of Edgefield County, South Carolina

By: Chapman, John A.

Price: $48.50  $48.48

Publisher: Southern Historical Press:

Our Product Number: USC020


549 pages. This history begins with the Colonial settlement and goes through 1897. Edgefield County was formed in 1785 and from it were formed Saluda county and a portion of Greenwood County. Contains Edgefield's participation in the Revolutionary War, War of 1812, the Confederate War and family sketches including among others: Abney, Adams, Anderson, Bacon, Bates, Bean, Berry, Bland, Blocker, Bowles, Brazier, Brooks, Burkhalter, Burt, Butler, Caldwell, Carroll, Carson, ... View more info

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Families of Old Pendleton District, South Carolina

By: Cheek, Linda

Price: $60.00  $59.97

Publisher: Southern Historical Press:

Our Product Number: USC038


648 pages. This NEW series is one of the MOST impressive research undertakings on the Up-State of South Carolina since Pauline Young was alive. This series of books covers the ENTIRE Old Pendleton District, S.C. which covers Abbeville, Anderson, Cherokee, Edgefield, Greenwood, Greenville, Laurens, Newberry, Pickens, Oconee, Saluda, Spartanburg and Union Counties. With many clues and details to family members who have moved on to other upstate counties or out of the state... View more info

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Dictionary of South Carolina Biography

By: Cote (Editor-in-Chief), Richard N.; Patricia H. Williams (Assistant Editor), Patricia H.

Price: $38.50  $38.48

Publisher: Easley, SC, Southern Historical Press:

Our Product Number: USC042


Vol. 1. 396 pages. This book is a major new multi-volume finding aid to tens of thousands of biographies, autobiographies and biographical sketches of South Carolinians found in hundreds of volumes of individual and collective biographies; local, state, church, and family histories and periodicals. Each volume is self-indexing for the subjects, and lists the name, birth and death years, primary residences, primary occupations and full source references for more than 10,0... View more info

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A History of Richland Co., S.C

By: Green, Edwin L.

Price: $40.00  $39.98

Publisher: Greenville, Southern Historical Press:

Our Product Number: USC014


395 pages. Located in the Camden District, Richland County is surrounded by Calhoun, Clarendon, Fairfield, Kershaw, Lexington, Orangeburg, and Sumter counties. Due to the 1800 Federal Census being lost for Richland County, the researcher will find this book to be of great use. Two chapters are devoted to will abstracts from the probate offices of Charleston, Camden, Winnsboro, and Richland County. One chapter entitled early landowners is quite useful for the genealogist... View more info

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History of the Old Cheraws With Notices of Families and Sketches of Individuals

By: Gregg, Right Rev. Alexander; Dargan, John J.

Price: $52.50  $52.47

Publisher: Greenville, Southern Historical Press:

Our Product Number: USC012


704 pages. History of the Old Cheraw District of South Carolina and of the settlement of the territory now part of the eight Pee Dee counties of Chesterfield, Darlington, Florence, Georgetown, Horry, Marion, Marlboro, and Williamsburg from their first settlement in the 1730's down to about 1810, with lists of early land grantees and genealogical notices of early families and sketches of individuals. Some of the families dealt with in this volume are: Allison, Auld, Bacot... View more info

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Pendleton County, S. C. Deed Books A & B

By: Hendrix, Ge Lee Corley

Price: $40.00  $39.98

Publisher: Greenville, SC, Ge Lee Corley Hendrix:

Our Product Number: 606576


145 pages. Covers the years 1790 thru 1792 for Book A and 1791 thru 1795 for Book B. Indexed View more info

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Edgefield County S.C., Abstracts of Deed Book 1-12 1786-1796

By: Hendrix, Ge Lee Corley

Price: $32.50  $32.48

Publisher: Greenville, Southern Historical Press:

Our Product Number: USC013


304 pages. These records are unique because the frontiersman, who settled in this geographical location (next to Indians lands), seldom had the opportunity to record his legal records until the end of the American Revolution when county courthouses were established. Therefore, many of the early deeds contain chains of titles from the original colonial land owner to the present owner at the time of the recording. They also contain many types of instructions, such as conve... View more info

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South Carolina Marriages 1688-1799

By: Holcomb, Brent H.

Price: $30.00  $29.99

Publisher: Baltimore, MD, Genealogical Publishing Co:

Our Product Number: USC003


Index. . 348 pages. Drawing on virtually all extant sources, Mr. Holcomb has compiled a list of some 6,500 marriages which bear reference to approximately 15,000 persons. Since official South Carolina marriage records are extremely scarce, Mr. Holcomb labored valiantly to extract records of marriage from parish registers, as well as Quaker meeting records, marriage settlements, court records, bonds and licenses, and a variety of other sources. The work is arranged throug... View more info

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South Carolina Marriages 1800-1820

By: Holcomb, Brent H.

Price: $28.00  $27.99

Publisher: Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Co:

Our Product Number: USC004


171 pages. A follow-up to South Carolina Marriages, 1688-1799, this second volume of marriage records extends the period of coverage through the year 1820. Like the first volume it is based on a scattered and miscellaneous group of source records. Until now these early records have been accessible only to the experts. Thanks to the meticulous researches of Mr. Brent Holcomb, however, they are now available to everyone. Indeed, drawing on more than thirty separate ... View more info

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Spartanburg County, South Carolina, Minutes of the County Court, 1785-1799

By: Holcomb, Brent H.

Price: $35.00  $34.98

Publisher: Easley, SC, Southern Historical Press:

Our Product Number: USC037


325 pages. This volume contains abstracts of the county court minutes for an important up-country county. Spartanburg County included a large portion of present Cherokee County, S.C. and was bordered by Greenville Laurens, and Union Counties, S.C. and Rutherford County, North Carolina. The border changes between Spartanburg, Greenville, and Union counties make it an important tool for researching those counties as well. These minutes contain lists of deed recorded, wills... View more info

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Camden District, S. C. Wills and Administrations 1781-1787 (1770-1796)

By: Holcomb, Brent; Parker, Elmer O

Price: $28.50  $28.49

Publisher: Southern Historical Press:

Our Product Number: USC015


First Printing with full number line in a Brodart cover.. . 120 pages. These are abstracts of Wills and all Estate Papers for the period 1770-1796. These include the later counties of York, Chester, Fairfield, Richland, Lancaster, Kershaw, Sumter, Claredon, Claremont, Salem and Lee. Heretofore, these records have not been microfilmed and hence have only been available to the genealogists at the Court House in their original packages. View more info

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Colonial and Revolutionary History of Upper South Carolina

By: Landrum, John

Price: $58.95  $58.92

Publisher: Spartanburg, SC, The Reprint Co:

Our Product Number: 606521


372 pages View more info

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Marriage & Death Notices from Laurens, S.C. Newspapers, 1845-1895

By: Rayford, Steven

Price: $35.00  $34.98

Publisher: Greenville, SC., Southern Historical Press:

Our Product Number: USC040


Vol. 1. 270 pages. Laurens county is a very special upstate county within South Carolina. It is located just south of Spartanburg & Greenville Counties and was once part of the Old 96 & Abbeville Districts. These notices come from 2 separate newspapers: the Laurensville Herald and the Laurens Advertiser. Newspaper abstracts are very special to SC research due to the state not officially keeping vital records until 1911 View more info

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Marriage Notices in Charleston Courier 1803-1808

By: Salley, Alexander S.

Price: $11.58  $11.57

Publisher: Baltimore, Clearfield Co:

Our Product Number: 606509


83 pages. This book, in a sense, extends the coverage of Salley's Marriage Notices in the South Carolina Gazette to the year 1808. Information provided includes the names of the bride and the groom, the exact date of marriage, the names of parents (usually the father of the bride), place of residence (Charleston and vicinity and elsewhere), and the name of the officiating minister. View more info

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A History of Marlboro County, [South Carolina]: With Traditions and Sketches of Numerous Families

By: Thomas, Rev. J. A. W.

Price: $37.50  $37.48

Publisher: Baltimore, Clearfield Co:

Our Product Number: USC036


325 pages. Spanning the history of Marlboro County from the first Welsh settlement in 1736 until the end of the 19th century, this work features sketches of the following Marlboro County pioneer families: Brown, Bruce, Carloss, Cochrane, Covington, Coxe, David, Ellerbe, Evans, Forniss, Gillespie, Henagan, Hodges, Irby, Kolb, Lee, McCall, McColl, McLaurin, McLeod, McLucas, McRae, Magee, Parker, Pearson, Pegue, Pledger, Pouncey, Rogers, Spears, Terrell, Thornwell, Thomas, ... View more info

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Laurens County, South Carolina Deeds: 1793-1800

By: Vehorn, Larry

Price: $35.00  $34.98

Publisher: Southern Historical Press:

Our Product Number: USC026


Vol. 2. 300 pages. These are abstracts of Deed Books E-F. Laurens county was created out of the Old Ninety-Six District of S.C., which at one time comprised the entire Upstate. Laurens county was one of the major paths of migration into South Carolina as well as from S.C. to Georgia, Alabama and points west. Deeds are a wonderful source for genealogical research due to the many family members being mentioned. Even though these deeds begin with the creation of the court... View more info

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Genealogical Abstracts from Spartanburg County, S.C. Newspapers: 1872-1879

By: Vehorn, Larry

Price: $35.00  $34.98

Publisher: Southern Historical Press:

Our Product Number: USC039


335 pages. This volume picks up where the above book "Genealogical Abstracts from the Carolina Spartan, 1766-1872" leaves off. The author used two newspapers to complete this work and they are: The Carolina Spartan and the Spartanburg Herald. Besides marriages and deaths, other items of genealogical interest are included, such as: probates, administrations, sheriffs sales, church committees, county commissioners lists, unclaimed letters , and etc.... Lists of def... View more info