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Hope Sadler
Frank B. Anderson was an assistant. South Carolina. South Carolina death records. Columbia, SC, USA: South Carolina Department of Archives and History   Read More...

Ellen and William Craft
South Carolina, Death Records, 1821-1955 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2008. Original data: South Carolina. South Carolina   Read More...

Clements Ripley
(N.C.) Evening telegram, Novelist Stricken in South Carolina, July 23, 1954 South Carolina Death Records, 1821-1960, Death Certificate for Clements Ripley   Read More...

Melvin Purvis
"The John Dillinger Story: Little Bohemia." Crime Library South Carolina Death Records, 1821-1955; "Melvin H Purvis Sr."; died on 16 January 1938.   Read More...

James H. Conyers
Conyers, dated November 29, 1935, Charleston, S.C. Ancestry.com. South Carolina, Death Records, 1821-1961 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com   Read More...

A. T. Sublett
Registration State: South Carolina; Registration County: Greenville; Roll: 1877665; Draft Board: 2 South Carolina, Death Records, 1821-1960 [database   Read More...

Elizabeth Hawley Gasque
Social Security death records say she was born in 1893, under her later married name of Van Exem. In 1982, a section of South Carolina state road was named   Read More...

Lynching of Julia and Frazier Baker
who were lynched on February 22, 1898 in Lake City, Florence County, South Carolina. Frazier Baker was appointed postmaster of Lake City in 1897, but local   Read More...

Alexandra Ripley
Orleans Legacy (1987). Born Alexandra Elizabeth Braid in Charleston, South Carolina, she attended the elite Ashley Hall and received a Bachelor of Arts   Read More...

Thomas Wentworth Higginson
supported John Brown. During the Civil War, he served as colonel of the 1st South Carolina Volunteers, the first federally authorized black regiment, from 1862–1864   Read More...