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CEMETERY RECORDS
Berkeley County, SC, Cemetery Inscriptions
Compiled by Mildred Keller Hood (1995)
Update inventory of all cemeteries. 1995 Edition. Over 2000 new entries. Request Lookup.
Cemetery Inscription of Charleston County, SC
Compiled by Mildred Keller Hood (1997)
An inventory of 61 cemeteries and the Sexton's Register of burials of First Baptist Church. Request Lookup.
Cemetery Records, Lake Marion & Lake Moultrie (SC)
The Berkeley County Historical Society (1986)
A Documentary of cemetery or burial ground reports and grave relocation by Santee Cooper from the Project Area, 1939-1941. Request Lookup.
Cemeteries and Obituaries of Houston County, Georgia
Compiled by Addie Paramore Howell, (1982)
Obituaries from 1825 -1912; Cemetery surveys date from about 1970 to late 1980's Request Lookup.
Pickens County, SC Cemetery Survey, Volume One
Compiled by the Pendleton Chapter of South Carolina Genealogical Society
Consists of 103 church and family cemeteries located in Pickens County. Burials listed until around 1976 Request Lookup.
Pickens County, SC Cemetery Survey, Volume Two
Compiled by the Pendleton Chapter of South Carolina Genealogical Society
Consists of aprox. 57 church and family cemeteries located in Pickens County. Burials listed until around 1976 Request Lookup.
Pickens County, SC Cemetery Survey, Volume Three
Compiled by the Pendleton Chapter of South Carolina Genealogical Society
Consists of aprox. 78 church and family cemeteries located in Pickens County. Burials listed until around 1988 Request Lookup.
Hillcrest Memorial Park
Compiled by the Pendleton Chapter of South Carolina Genealogical Society.
Consists of Hillcrest Memorial Park. Interment dates, age of deceased at time of death, exact location of the grave. 1950 through February 1995. Request Lookup.
Greenville County, SC Cemetery Survey, Volume One
Compiled by the Greenville Chapter of SC Genealogical Society .
Consists of aprox. 100 Church, Mill and Family cemeteries located in Greenville Co. Burials listed until around 1977 Request Lookup.
Greenville County, SC Cemetery Survey, Volume Two
Compiled by the Greenville Chapter of SC Genealogical Society .
Consists of aprox. 80 Church, Mill and Family cemeteries located in Greenville Co. Burials listed until around 1979 Request Lookup.
Greenville County, SC Cemetery Survey, Volume Three
Compiled by the Greenville Chapter of SC Genealogical Society .
Consists of the Nazareth Presbyterian Cemetery in Spartanburg, SC and the Springwood Cemetery in Greenville, SC early 1800's until around 1979 Request Lookup.
Greenville County, SC Cemetery Survey, Volume Four
Compiled by the Greenville Chapter of SC Genealogical Society .
Consists of the 36 church and family cemeteries located in Greenville Co. including Grandview Memorial Gardens. 1800's until around 1980 Request Lookup.
Greenville County, SC Cemetery Survey, Volume Five
Compiled by the Greenville Chapter of SC Genealogical Society .
Consists of Graceland Cemetery and Beth Israel Cemetery only late 1800's until around 1980 Request Lookup.
Oconee County, SC Cemetery Survey, Volume One
Compiled by the Pendleton Chapter of SC Genealogical Society.
Consists of 60 church and family cemeteries located in Oconee Co. SC, late 1800's until around 1982 Request Lookup.
Oconee County, SC Cemetery Survey, Volume Two
Compiled by the Pendleton Chapter of SC Genealogical Society.
Consists of 119 church and family cemeteries located in Oconee Co. SC, late 1800's until around 1982 Request Lookup.
Transylvania County, NC Cemetery Survey
Compiled by Mrs. Frankie Monteith .
Consists of all church, mill and family cemeteries located in Transylvania Co. NC. Abandoned cemeteries surveyed in 1976 and those in current use were survey in 1983 and 1984 Request Lookup.
CHURCH RECORDS
Parish Registers of Prince George Winyah Church Georgetown, SC 1815-1936
by Brent H. Holcomb, (1996)
Baptism, marriage, burial, confirmation, and communicant records. Request Lookup.
St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, St. Stephen, SC
by Jane Searles Misenhelter, (1977)
History and registers, includes Church of the Epiphany, Upper St. John's, Berkeley and Chapel of Ease, Pineville, SC Request Lookup.
FAMILY GENEALOGIES
Arnold Harvey and Descendants 1754-1963
Mrs. A. C. Oliver (1964)
A record of Arnold Harvey and his descendants in South Carolina. Request Lookup.
Willard Genealogy: Sequel to Willard Memoir
Charles Henry Pope, ed. (1915)
Willards from 1600-1915, originally settling in MA; materials gathered chiefly by Joseph Willard and Charles Wilkes Walker; published by the Willard Family Association. Request Lookup.
Descendants of Henry Willard of Still River, MA
Willard Family Association 1989)
This is the second supplement, first edition, based on the Willard Genealogy of 1915. Request Lookup.
Descendants of Roger Preston of Ipswich and Salem Village
Charles Henry Preston (1931)
Covers his immigration from England in 1635 to those descendants born up to the late 1800's. This is a reprint of the 1931 edition from the Historical Collections of the Essex Institute, Volumes LXI-LXVII. Request Lookup.
Genealogy and Memoirs of Isaac Stearns and His Descendants
Mrs. Avis Stearns van Vagenen (1901)
Originally published by Courier Printing Co., Syracuse, NY, this is an undated reprint by Higginson Books in Salem, MA. Request Lookup.
WILL INDEXES
Index to Wills of Charleston County, SC 1671 - 1868
Charleston Free Library (1950, repr. 1974)
Gives Will Book volume, and page to locate wills recorded in Charleston County/District Request Lookup.
Indexes to County Wills of SC
Compiled by Martha Lou Houston (1939, repr. 1982)
Gives Will Book volume, section and page number to locate wills recorded in all SC counties other than Charleston up to about 1860 (Some county will records were destroyed) Request Lookup.
LOCAL HISTORIES
Historic Ramblin's Through Berkeley
J. Russell Cross (1985)
A history of Berkeley County, South Carolina, from its beginning. Request Lookup.
History of Williamsburg
William Willis Boddie (1923, repr. 1995)
Something about the people of Williamsburg County, South Carolina, from the first settlement by Europeans about 1705 until 1923. Request Lookup.
History of Martha's Vineyard, Mass.
Dr. Charles Edward Banks, M.D. (1966)
Dr. Bank's history covering all Vineyard families up to about 1850, in 3 volumes. Request Lookup.
Early Settlers of New York State Settlers of early New York from about 1770 to 1890 Request Lookup.
The History of Orangeburg County, South Carolina
A. S. Salley, Jr. (1941)
The history of one of South Carolina's oldest counties. Request Lookup.
GENERAL REFERENCE
People and Professions of Charleston, SC, 1782-1802
James W. Hagy (1992, repr. 1999)
Listings for 1782, 1785, 1790, 1794, 1796, 1801 and 802.  Also listings for 1790 and 1800 Federal Censuses. Request Lookup.
Charleston, SC City Directories for the years 1816, 1819, 1822, 1825 & 1829
James W. Hagy (1996)
City directories giving names, addresses and professions, more or less. Request Lookup.
Directories for the City of Charleston, SC for the years 1830-31, 1835-36, 1836, 1837-38 & 1840-41
James W. Hagy (1997)
City directories giving names, addresses and professions, more or less. Request Lookup.
South Carolina Baptists, 1670-1805
Leah Townsend, PH.D. (1935, repr. 1978)
History of the Baptist Religion in South Carolina Request Lookup.
Roll of the Dead - South Carolina Troops - Confederate States Service
South Carolina Department of Archives and History (1995)
1864-1870 research of Professor William J. Rivers, appointed by the SC Legislature after the Civil War. Request Lookup.
Directory of Scots in the Carolinas, 1680-1830
David Dobson (1996)
List of Scottish colonists to the Carolinas Request Lookup.
French and Swiss Protestants Settled in Charleston...and at the Orange Quarter
Daniel Ravenel (1868, repr. 1990)
Work originally done in 1868; List prepared probably about 1695-6 Request Lookup.
Genealogical Register of the First Settlers of New England
John Farmer (1829, repr. 1989)
Reprinted with additions and corrections by Samuel G. Drake Request Lookup.
Original Lists of Persons of Quality, 1600-1700
John Camden Hotten (1874, repr. 1983)
The earliest passenger lists of ships arriving in the New World Request Lookup.
Omitted Chapter from Hotten's Lists
James C. Brandow (1982, repr. 1983)
The complete Barbados Census of 1679/80 Request Lookup.
The Planters of the Commonwealth, 1620-1640
Dr. Charles Edward Banks (1930, repr. 1984)
A study of the Emigrants and Emigration in Colonial Times Request Lookup.
List of Freemen of Massachusetts, 1630-1691
Lucius R. Paige (1849, repr. 1978)
Originally published in the NEHGR III, January, April, July, October 1849 as "List of Freemen" Request Lookup.
Stub Entries to Indents, Books C-F (1957), G-H (1955) & K (1956)
Edited by Wylma Anne Wates, (1957)
Stub Entries to Indents (interest-bearing certificates) issued in payment of claims against South Carolina growing out of the Revolution.
Note: Books letters do not refer to surnames.
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Stub Entries to Indents, Books O-Q (1915), R-T (1917) & U-W (1918)
Edited by A. S. Salley, Jr. (1915)
Stub Entries to Indents (interest-bearing certificates) issued in payment of claims against South Carolina growing out of the Revolution.
Note: Books letters do not refer to surnames.
Request Lookup.
Journals of the Commissioners of the Indian Trade, September 20, 1710 - August 29, 1718
Edited by William L. McDowell, Jr. (1955, Special Reprint 1992)
Colonial South Carolina Records that deal with both the Indian trade and documents pertaining to Indian affairs in general. Request Lookup.
Documents Relating to Indian Affairs, May 21, 1750 - August 7, 1754
Edited by William L. McDowell, Jr. (1958, Special Reprint 1992)
Colonial South Carolina Records that deal with both the Indian trade and documents pertaining to Indian affairs in general. Request Lookup.
Documents Relating to Indian Affairs, 1754 - 1765
Edited by William L. McDowell, Jr. (1970, Special Reprint 1992)
Colonial South Carolina Records that deal with both the Indian trade and documents pertaining to Indian affairs in general. Request Lookup.
Abstracts of Records of Secretary of the Province, 1692-1721
Compiled and Edited by Caroline T. Moore, G. R. S. (1978)
Abstracts of Colonial South Carolina Records dealing with an era during which the colony underwent tremendous and sometimes traumatic experiences; the piracy problem ended in 1718, the Spanish and French attacked in 1706, religion got a start in Charleston and, in 1719, the rebellious colonists threw out the Lords Proprietors and sought to become a crown colony - John G. Leland Request Lookup.
Abstracts of Wills of the State of South Carolina, 1670-1740
Compiled and Edited by Caroline T. Moore and Agatha Aimar Simmons (1960)
Covering the period of South Carolina's first born generation the wills here indicated form a body of vital and intimate footnotes to the story of these greater movements, and to any number of lesser ones - Samuel Gaillard Stoney. Request Lookup.
Abstracts of Wills of the State of South Carolina, 1740-1760
Compiled and Edited by Caroline T. Moore (1964)
The wills summarized in this book serve in recording twenty vital years in the growth of the province of South Carolina. Ten years largely of crisis. Ten years of increasing prosperity, in part due to the trouble that had come before - Samuel Gaillard Stoney. Request Lookup.
Abstracts of Wills of the State of South Carolina, 1760-1784
Compiled and Edited by Caroline T. Moore (1969)
The years between 1760 and 1784 were perhaps the most important in the conception, gestation and birthing of the American Republic, and the wills reflect the sweeping changes that were being felt by the American people, both Tory and Revolutionary - Jack Leland. Request Lookup.
Abstracts of Wills of Charleston District, South Carolina, 1783-1800
Compiled and Edited by Caroline T. Moore (1974)
The years 1783-1800 were important ones in the history of South Carolina. It was during this period that the state recovered from the economic doldrums that were a natural contingency of the American Revolution and began to move into a period of heretofore unparalleled prosperity - John G. Leland. Request Lookup.

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