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Some Early South Carolina Maps


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  Province of Carolina, 1663 to 1729
 Provinces of North & South Carolina, 1729 to 1776

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Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!  Map of Carolina as claimed under 1665 Charter
Map: Ed Jackson
Carl Vinson Institute of Government, The University of Georgia
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Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map! North & South Carolinas, Georgia. 1747
A New and Accurate, Map of the Provinces of:
Drawn from Late Survey & Regulated by Ernie Bowen.
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Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!   North & South Carolinas, Georgia ~ 1757
 Emanuel Bowen's "A New & Accurate Map of the Provinces of North & South Carolina Georgia c1751; Source: Library of Congress
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Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!    South Carolina With 1769 Judicial Districts
The 1790 South Carolina federal census was prolonged into 1792. It employed the seven districts then existing, shown as blue lines on the map. Within the districts were differing census subdivision, shown as black lines and lettering. The white lines and lettering show the present day counties:
  • 1. Camden District, used their county subdivision. (Red)
  • 2. Cheraws District, used their county subdivision. (Dark Green)
  • 3. 96th District, used their county subdivision. (Dark Gray)
  • 4. Charleston district employed their parish bounds. (Yellow)
    Its counties of 1790 never functioned. Do to its size I have created a page of its own for Charleston.
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  • 5. Georgetown District employed their parish bounds. (Light Green)
    Their counties of 1790 never functioned.
  •      c-1. Prince Fredericks Parish.
  •      c-2. Prince-George - Winyaw Parish.
  •      c-3. All saints Parish
  • 6. Beaufort District (Light Gray) was not enumerated by subdivisions in 1790.
    Its counties of 1790 never functioned.
  • 7. Orangeburg district had four active counties, (Purple) but the census enumerator ignored them.
    Orangeburg for the 1790 census was divided into North and South, shown as a dotted line on the map. This division was the road to in the forks of the Edisto from Edgefield County to the town of Orangeburg and then down the North Edisto and Edisto to the Charleston District line.
Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!    State of SC. Parishes
"Parish" Lines in Red and District lines in Black.
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Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!    State of SC. District/County Creation Dates
"Creation" dates in Red and District/County lines in Black.
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Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!    SC Judicial Districts, 1769
A home drawn map of South Carolina by Paul R. Sarrett, showing the 1769 "Judicial Districts" and major Citys & Towns
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Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!    James Cook's Map of 1772
The James Cook map was prepared in 1772 and published in London in July 1773. This map is generally considered to be the most accurate map of the Province of South Carolina ever published during colonial times. It should be noted that much of the area north of the Tiger River was considered to lie within the Province of North Carolina until the official provincial boundary line was finally established by a survey run in June 1772. Accordingly, many patents to land lying in this area (including much land on Sarratt's Creek were granted by North Carolina in the years prior to 1772.
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Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!   Routes of the Great Philadelpha Wagon Road and Wilderness Road. c1774
By Parke House, Jr. dated Unknown (c1774); Shows the Wagon Road from Philadelpha, Lancaster, York, down to Charlotte, NC. on into Rock Hill, Chester, and Newberry, SC onto Augusta, GA.
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Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!    ARW - 1775-1780 Battles
Edward W. McCrady, in his book entitled History of South Carolina in the Revolution (published in 1902), identified a total of 137 battles and skirmishes that took place in South Carolina during the Revolution. His map, showing the battle sites for the years 1775-1780.
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Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!    Provinces of South Carolina. Jun 1779
A New and Accurate, Map of the Provinces of South Carolina in North America.
Enlargement, showing Rivers, Towns, Villages.
Pub. Universal Magazine, Vol. LXIV June 1779, Pg 281
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Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!    "Kings Mountian" 1780-1782
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Drawn under supervision Randolph G. ADAMS
Enlargement, showing Rivers, Towns, Villages, Advancements of the Americans and British troops.
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Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!    "The Revolutionary War in the South" 1780-1782
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Drawn under supervision Hugh T. LEFLER, Pg. 86
Enlargement, showing Rivers, Towns, Villages, Advancements of the Americans and British troops in South and North Carolina.

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Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!   Theater of Operations in the "SOUTHERN CAMPAIGN" 1781-1783
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Reference of the Routes of Marches of GREENE, MORGANS, LEE'S CORNWALLIS'S and RAWDON'S troops. from the History of North Carolina by Samuel A'Court ASHE, 1908 Greensboro, NC.
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Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!   Battle Locations in the "SOUTHERN CAMPAIGN" 1781-1783
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Reference of Battle location in Western North & South Carolina.
Map from Jeannette M. Christopher, pg 478
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Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!    USA_1785.GIF 28,978 Bytes 12-20-95
Home made map by Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. Mar. 18, 1995 showing the Eastern part of the United States in 1785.
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The State of South Carolina from "beft AUTHORITIES" 1796
By Andrew B. Graham, Lithographers, Washington, D.C.
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Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!    SC_RV.GIF 69,867 Bytes 10-13-96
South Carolina "Rivers & Creeks" courtesy of S.C. Dept. Archives and History, dated unknown; Edited by Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. 1994.
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Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!    SC_1820.GIF 103,948 Bytes 10-13-96
SPARTANBURG DISTRICT - South Carolina;
Surveyed by J. Whitten, 1820. "Improved for Mills Atlas Bros."
In 1826 Robert Mills submitted to the South Carolina State Senate a copy of his Atlas. It was the first atlas of an American state. Several dozen individuals had worked since 1815 to complete the Atlas. At least twenty surveyors had prepared careful surveys of every District.
The Atlas includes maps of each of the then existing Districts in South Carolina. Each District map shows place names, waterbodies, roads, and other useful information. Plantations, farms, mills, ferries, and more are shown usually using the name of the owner. SARRATT's Creek is listed as a branch of "Broad River"
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South Carolina, of United States of America; 1867
Showing the Cities, Prinicpal Towns, COURT HOUSES, Railroads, Rivers, & SeaCoast. Published by Joseph Walker, Charleston, SC. 1867.
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Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!   Map of the County SPARTANBURG - 1887
Compiles from Sloan & Eptons's Survey of 1869 - State & U.S. Maps
and other Authentic Sources by. E.H. McCOLLOUGH 1887 Copyrighted

The South Publishing Co., New York
"Spartanburg County, Originally a part of Ninety Six was laid out in 1785. Made a Judicial District 1789 and changed to Spartanburg by Reconstruction 1808. Town was incorporated 1831. Present Townships were laid off under instructions from County Commissioners in 1869.
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A homemade Map of the State of South Carolina with the creation dates of each County. by Paul R. Sarrett, Jr.
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A Map of the State of South Carolina with State & Federal Highways.
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A Map of the "Up-Country" Counties with Township formations
Cherokee, Spartanburg, Union, & York Counties.
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   Present Day Cherokee, Spartanburg & York Counties
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Paul R. Sarrett, Jr.! - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo!  These records are part of the "Genealogy Computer Package" *** PC-PROFILE *** Volume - II. Sarratt/Sarrett/Surratt Family Profile© Compiled and self Published in Oct. 31, 1989 by Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. with the assistance of my late mother Click on Redball for More Info. Mrs. M. Lucille (WILSON) SARRETT (1917-1987) These 1989 "Work-Books" were compiled by listing the various families, born, married, died, and a history of that family branch. In 1996 I started "Up-Loading" this material on the now called SFA© Series...prs
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Created: Dec. 01, 1996; Jan. 02, 2002;  Feb. 17, 2006;  Sep. 02, 2006;  Mar. 05, 2009;  Dec 13, 2010;  Feb 15, 2011;