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Charles Pinckney (governor)
was a signer of the United States Constitution, the 37th Governor of South Carolina, a Senator and a member of the House of Representatives. He was first   Read More...

Richard C. Davis
CEO of Trademark Properties, which he founded in 1990, in Charleston, South Carolina, U.S.A. He and his company specialize in "flipping" houses. Richard   Read More...

Samuel Lapham VI
Cemetery in Charleston, South Carolina. Genealogical research of Ernest E. Blevins with birth, death and marriage records of the family; Lapham, History   Read More...

Freedmen's Bureau
Abbott, Martin. "The Freedmen's Bureau and Negro Schooling in South Carolina," South Carolina Historical Magazine, Vol. 57#2 (Apr., 1956), pp. 65–81 in JSTOR   Read More...

Redbone (ethnicity)
group consists mainly of the families of migrants to the state from South Carolina following the Louisiana Purchase in 1803. These individuals may have   Read More...

John Gordon (merchant)
is given as captain in the 1751 marriage records of the register of St. Helena's Parish at Beaufort, South Carolina. Gordon started his entrepreneurial   Read More...

Jack D. Forbes has discussed laws in South Carolina related to racial classification: In 1719, South Carolina decided who should be an "Indian" for   Read More...

Stephen Cullen Carpenter
1803, he emigrated to the United States and settled in Charleston, South Carolina, where he was one of the founders of the Charleston Courier, a Federalist   Read More...

Alexander Hamilton Bowman
construction of the jetties and defenses of the harbor in Charleston, South Carolina. The Third system island coastal fortification Fort Sumter, started   Read More...

William Cooper Nell
Louise Cooper, from Brookline, and William Guion Nell, from Charleston, South Carolina. His father was an important figure in the abolitionist movement, having   Read More...

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Primary Sources – Marriage Records Part 4 | GenSearch ...
The New Jersey State Archives holds original marriage records from May 1848 to December 1912, and microfilm copies of marriage records from 1878 to 1940. These are available for in-person use only. Marriage records are maintained on a county level since 1795. Jurisdiction ... SOUTH CAROLINA – Statewide marriage records since January 1915. Earlier marriage records are maintained on a county level. Jurisdiction is the Judge of Probate. Records prior to July ...

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Prior to October 1913 in North Carolina, and January 1915 in South Carolina, vital records (birth and death, specifically) were not documented at the state level. Some cities and counties kept official records before then, and in ...

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... Opinions, Subscribe. Home / Top Legal News / James Brown public records battle heats up ... 3 filing with the South Carolina Supreme Court that Pope sent Tommie Rae's diary to Summer on Jan. 23, the same day that ...

Marriage License in South Carolina | Coastal Weddings and ...
Instructions for Obtaining a Marriage License for a Marriage in South Carolina.