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Solomon's Lodge No. 1 Roster of Members
South Carolina Penitentiary 1883 Report
U. S. Federal Census
Years available: 1790 1800 1810 1820 1830 1840 1850 1860 1870 1880 1890 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940
Web: Census Enumeration Districts, 1830-1890 and 1910-1950 (PDF) at Archives.gov [T1224]Web: Census Enumeration Districts, 1930-1940 at Archives.govWeb: Census Enumeration Maps, 1930 (PDF) at Archives.gov [M1930]Web: Census Enumeration Maps, 1900-1940 (PDF) at Archives.gov [A3378]
South Carolina Genealogical Society, Dutch Fork Chapter
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Subscription Databases ($) from Ancestry.com
Web: South Carolina Baptist Deaths and Marriages, 1866-87
Web: Maryland and South Carolina Lutheran Newspapers, Marriages and Deaths
Web: South Carolina Baptist Marriages and Deaths, 1835-65
Web: South Carolina Census, 1790-1890
Web: South Carolina Newspaper Marriage Notices, 1732-1801
Web: South Carolina Marriages, 1641-1944
Web: History of the German settlements and of the Lutheran Church in North and South
Web: Death notices in the South-Carolina gazette, 1732-1775
Web: South Carolina Death Index, 1915-1949
Web: Wallingford and Vicinity, Connecticut City Directories, 1903-1955
Additional Resources (on other web sites)
Web: The South Carolina Gazette
Web: South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, Vital Records
Web: A History of The 3rd South Carolina Infantry Regiment: Lee's Reliables
Web: A History of The 13th South Carolina Infantry
Web: The 14th South Carolina Infantry Regiment, of The Gregg-Mccowan Brigade, Army of
Web: The South Carolina Regimental-Roster Set
Web: Asbury's South Carolina Visits. (Taken from his journal.)
Web: Marriages and Death Notices from Baptist Newspapers of SC, 1835-1865.
Web: An Account of Marriages Solemnized by Tolaver Robertson in South Carolina (Oct.
Web: South Carolina Genealogical Research (Schweitzer)
Carolina Morning News
The state of South Carolina was established as part of the United States on May 23, 1788, making it the 8th to join the Union. Columbia is the state capitol. For the most current listing of resources for this location, and from additional publishers, please visit the South Carolina page in the Live Roots catalog.
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