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CENSUS RECORDS
Description Date Submitted Submitter
1770 Census Tryon Co. NC
A list of some 58 "Residents" of Tryon Co., NC. 1770. The Old Tryon County, of North Carolina was created in 1768 and was dissolved in 1779. The boundaries consisted of (present-day) part of Burk, Cleveland, Gaston, Lincoln, part of McDowell, Polk, Rutherford, all of North Carolina. Also consisted of (present-day) Cherokee, Spartanburg, and small parts of Chester, Greenville, Laurens, and York Counties all of South Carolina.
Nov 1996 Paul R. Sarrett, Jr.
1779 Census 96th District
A list of 2,154 "Residents" of the large Ninety-Six District. The Old "Ninety-Six" District of South Carolina was created (original) in 1769 and was abolished in 1798. It consisted of (present-day) Abbeville Co. (formed 1785); Part of Abbeville Co. to Greenwood Co. (formed 1897); Part of Abbeville Co. to McCormick Co. (formed 1916); Edgefield Co. (formed 1785); Part of Edgefield to Aiken Co. (formed 1871); Part of Edgefield to Greenwood Co. (formed 1897); Part of Edgefield to Saluda Co. (formed 1896); Laurens Co. (formed 1785); Newberry Co. (formed 1785); Spartanburg Co. (formed 1785); Part of Spartbg. Co. to Cherokee Co. (formed 1897); Union Co. (formed 1798); Part of Union. Co. to Cherokee Co. (formed 1897). The 96th Dist. from 1785 to 1798 consisted of present day Union Co.
0Aug 1996 Paul R. Sarrett, Jr.
1781 Census Unknown County
A list of some 212 "Residents" of County Unknown living in South Carolina in 1781.
Nov 1996 Paul R. Sarrett, Jr.
LAND & DEED RECORDS
Description Date Submitted Submitter
William MONTGOMERY to Archibald CONNOR - 1786
recorded Charleston District but includes parties in St. Mark's Parish and Prince Frederick's Parish.
Oct 2003 Beth Collins
MILITARY
Description Date Submitted Submitter
Pendleton District Fort Hill Guards
The first company organized at Pendleton, South Carolina, for service in the Confederate Army, which afterwards became Company "I", of the Fourth Regiment of South Carolina Volunteer Infantry, was commanded by Capt. Julius E. Shanklin, and was known as the "Fort Hill Guards."
Jul 2001 Jeff Thomson
WILLS
Description Date Submitted Submitter
Henry DURANT - 1805, Old Salem County Nov 1997 Mary Ann Million
NEWMAN Wills
The Wills of THOMAS NEWMAN 1806; ELIZABETH NEWMAN, his wife, 1816;
ETHELIAL NEWMAN, his son, 1824.
Old Salem County
Oct 1997 Mary Ann Million
Matthew PATTON - 1779, Old Camden District Nov 1997 Mary Ann Million
George ROEBUCK - 1781, Old 96 District Oct 1997 Mickey Fournier
Parmenas WAY - 1778l recorded Charleston District Sep 2003 Beth Collins

 

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