3 edition of Saluda County, South Carolina, epitaphs (formerly old Edgefield District) found in the catalog.
Saluda County, South Carolina, epitaphs (formerly old Edgefield District)
June Anderson Seay
|Statement||June Anderson Seay.|
|LC Classifications||F277.S26 S4 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 219 p.,  folded leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||219|
|ISBN 10||0961778601, 096177861X|
|LC Control Number||86090675|
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Saluda County, South Carolina, epitaphs (formerly old Edgefield District): Still villages [June Anderson Seay] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers/5(2). Get this from a library. Saluda County, South Carolina epitaphs (formerly Old Edgefield District): still villages.
[June Anderson Seay] -- "This volume comprises church, family and public cemeteries from various areas of Saluda County it covers epitaphs of many of the old settlers "Efforts have been made to copy all data.
Saluda County, South Carolina Epitaphs (Formerly Old Edgefield District) Still Villages. Lexington, S.C.: n.p., FHL Book V3s. South Carolina Electric & Gas Company and South Carolina Genealogical Society.
Columbia Chapter. Lake Murray Records from the Records of the Lexington Water Power Company, Saluda River Hydro-Electric. Get this from a library. Saluda County, South Carolina, epitaphs (formerly old Edgefield District): still villages.
[June Anderson Seay]. Research Notes: Saluda County was named for the Saluda River, which formaps one of its borders. The county was established in from part of Edgefield County, and the county seat is the town of Cherokee Indians lived in this area for many years.
In they signed a treaty with the British at their settlement, known as Saluda Old Town. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Saluda County, South Carolina, epitaphs (formerly old Edgefield District): Still villages at Read /5.
"Lake Murray Records." Columbia Chapter of the South Carolina Genealogical Society. From the records of the Lexington Water Power Company, regarding cemeteries effected by the damming of Lake Murray. Includes details of the removal of graves. Saluda Co. "Saluda County, South Carolina, Epitaphs." June Anderson Seay, The Gregath South Carolina, Important farmlands map, Saluda County, South Carolina "September 4-R" Alternate title: Saluda County, South Carolina.
"Base compiled from U.S.G.S. quadrangle sheets and South Carolina general county highway map." Includes notes and location map. Text on verso. "December Epitaphs from Edgefield County, South Carolina. Typescript, South Caroliniana Library.
Microfilmed FHL Film Items Contents: Willowbrook Cemetery, Edgefield -- Mims - Tutt Cemetery, Edgefield -- Catholic Cemetery, Edgefield, -- Harmony Cemetery, Trenton -- Posey Cemetery -- Hatcher Cemetery, Trenton -- Baker Cemetery, Matthews. Sources: 1: Repository: -Name: Library of Congress Title: Saluda County, South Carolina, Epitaphs (Formerly Old Edgefield District) Still Villages Author: Seay, June Anderson Publication: Privately published, Lexington, South Carolina, Call Number:ISBN and x Page: p.
Note: Birth year from Norris Memorial: Nathan Norris / - / Mary deS. This family lived in the area of Elizabeth City N. previous to their move to South Carolina June Anderson Seay's volume, "Still Villages-Saluda County South Carolina Epitaphs" (Formerly Old Edgefield District): p.
- "An early settler, William Norris, grandrather of John M. Norris, came from Pennsylvania; settled on West Creek about. He died Decem and was buried in Springwood Cemetery, according to “Greenville County, South Carolina Epitaphs” by Beverly T. Whitmire.
==O== Anderson Gowan, negro, headed a household in the census of Greenville County, Enumeration Distr p Bates township, composed of. Hood, Mildred K. Cemetery Inscriptions of Charleston County, South Carolina Charleston, S.C.: Charleston Chapter, South Carolina Genealogical Society, FHL Book V3h Huguenots on Laurel Hill, Toogoodoo, Huguenot Society of South Carolina Transactions.
Abrams, George Carter, Helen W. Monie et al. Newberry County, South Carolina Cemeteries. 2 vols. Newberry, S.C.: Newberry County Historical Society, FHL Book V3a; A Brief History of Kings Creek Presbyterian Church and Epitaphs from Some of.
Laurens County and its county seat, Laurens, were named for Revolutionary War leader Henry Laurens (). The county was established in as a part of Ninety Six District.
This part of the state was settled primarily by Scotch-Irish and English immigrants in the mid s, and during the American Revolution quite of few of its.
Journal of the Convention of the people of South Carolina, held in together with the reports, resolutions, &c. / (Charleston: Evans & Cogswell, printers to the Convention, ), by South Carolina, David Flavel Jameson, Confederate States of America.
Constitution, and South Carolina. Edgefield County, South Carolina, Minutes of the County Court to Brent Holcomb. Edgefield County, South Carolina, minutes of the County Court, First settlers of South Carolina, Agnes Leland Baldwin.
Genealogical Abstracts from the South Carolina Gazette, Alton T. Moran. Genealogy of Calesta Carroll. Sources: 1: Repository: -Name: Library of Congress Title: Saluda County, South Carolina, Epitaphs (Formerly Old Edgefield District) Still Villages Author: Seay, June Anderson Publication: Privately published, Lexington, South Carolina, Call Number:ISBN and x Page: p.
Note: Hand-written note by ECP in book, showing her as sister of Mary Ruby Asbill. Horn Creek Baptist Church in Edgefield was founded inshortly after a Revolutionary War skirmish took place on this site. The simple meeting house was built for the congregation in Horn Creek is one of the oldest Baptist churches in the upper part of South Carolina, and the church structure reflects the uncomplicated style of early Baptist settlers.
Upstate. Plantation Heritage in Upcountry, South Carolina $ $ A Pictorial History of Saluda County $ $ Stars Fell on Spartanburg: Hub City's Celebrity Encounters Epitaphs of 18th and 19th Century Pioneers in Greenville County, South Carolina and Their Descendants $ $ They That Wait: A History of Anderson.
Formed in from upper Granville County and Colleton County, it included in the present day county of Saluda and part of Aiken (formed in ), McCormick () and Greenwood ().It is bordered today by the Savannah River on the west, McCormick on the north and west, Laurens and Saluda on the north and east, and Aiken on the south.Saluda County, South Carolina, Epitaphs (Formerly Old Edgefield District); Still Villages / June Anderson Seay / Legend of a Landmark: A History of the Hotel Boulderado / Silvia Pettem / X Prospecting Our past: Gold, Silver and Tungsten Mills of Boulder County (Colorado) / Harrison S.
Cobb / "Saluda Co. SC Epitaphs, formerly old Edgefield Dist.: still villages" by June Anderson Seay (FHL book V3s) "Our Saluda Co. (SC) Ancestors" Vol.1 & 2, by Mary B. Parkman & Betty Anne W.
Turkett (FHL book V3p); includes the Jennings-Corley Cemetery at Saluda which contains the grave of Elizabeth Duncan, dau. of William Duncan.