The will of John Moorer (1806) is included and one petition spells out the genealogy of the Francis Marion "Swamp Fox" family. These 245 marriage records are excerpted from the journals kept by Rev. Not all of the marriages performed were members of the A.

Published with the assistance of a grant from the R. After the border surveys between the two Carolinas in 17, many lands formerly deemed to be in North Carolina fell into South Carolina.

It carried notices from all over the Southern states and was not limited to Presbyterians. While the deeds in these deed books (I-5 through Z-5) were recorded between 17, within these deed books are instruments dating from a much earlier time, some as early as 1703.

This volume contains abstracts of all 5,000 marriage bonds issued in Mecklenburg County between 17 and marriages from the marriage register 1851-1867.

It includes abstracts of Royal Grants not on microfilm (abstracted from the original volumes at the South Carolina Archives).

These records are not available on microfilm or on line. It is the basic record of the county, containing lists of deeds proved, wills and administrations, jury lists, small court cases, etc. Soft cover, 470 pages, indexed, reprinted 2016 by Heritage Books. This volume contains abstracts of the will books for the period indicated, some of which include estates records as well. Besides the important marriage data, frequently there is other information included: age, place of nativity, residence, occupation.

Each petition is correctly referenced to the original records at the South Carolina Department of Archives and History. The Laurens County court minutes have been believed lost for many years. While some pages are missing, this book is a very important record. Beginning in 1877 marriage licenses were required for the city of Charleston. King has included the records for the white persons married in Charleston 1877-1895. In 1731 the first Royal Grants were issued, the colony having been returned to the crown from the Lords Proprietors. Suber has researched this family for over thirty years. Published with the assistance of a grant from the R. It is an excellent companion volume to Death and Marriage Notices from the Watchman and Observer 1845-1855 published in 2004. It carried notices from all over the Southern states and was not limited to Presbyterians. Therefore, these abstracts will be clues as to the disposition of lands of many Loyalists. Published with the assistance of a grant from the R. It carried notices from all over the Southern states and was not limited to Presbyterians. Many descendants were in Georgia and other states, as well as those in Newberry and other counties in South Carolina. This weekly newspaper was published in Milledgeville, Georgia; Charleston, South Carolina; Columbia, South Carolina; and Augusta, Georgia. Some lands granted by North Carolina which fell into South Carolina were re-granted by South Carolina. The grant books are not strictly in chronological order, and many of the township grants are in separate volumes. He arrived in Charleston with three children on the Cunlif, and settled on a grant of land located on Second Creek in what is now Newberry County.