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Chapters of the South Carolina Genealogical Society, Inc.
South Carolina Genealogical Society, Inc. - PO Box 24526, Columbia, SC 29224-4526
Anderson County Chapter - PO Box 74, Anderson, SC 29622-0074
Barnwell District Genealogical and Historical Chapter | facebook -
Charleston Chapter - PO Box 31395, St. Andrews Station, Charleston, SC 29417-1395
District Chapter - PO Box 167, Chesterfield, SC 29709-0167
Columbia Chapter (broken link) - PO Box 11353, Columbia, SC 29211-1353
Dutch Fork Chapter of SCGS, Inc. - PO Box 481, Chapin, SC 29036-0481
Greenville County Chapter - PO Box 16236, Greenville, SC 29606-6236
Laurens District Chapter - PO Box 1217, Laurens, SC 29360-1217
Old Camden District Genealogical Society -1314 Broad Street, Camden, SC 29020-3535
Old Darlington District Chapter - PO Box 175, Hartsville, SC 29551-0175
Old Edgefield District
Genealogical Society - PO Box 546, Edgefield, SC 29824-0546
Old Newberry District Chapter (merged with Dutch Fork Chapter) | facebook
Old Pendleton District Chapter - PO Box 603, Central, SC 29630-0603
Pinckney District Chapter - PO Box 5281, Spartanburg, SC 29304-5281
Links to Sites of SC Genealogical Interest
Aiken-Barnwell Genealogical Society - PO Box 415, Aiken, SC 29802
Fairfield County Genealogy Society - PO Box 93, Winnsboro, SC 29180-0093
Lexington Genealogical Association | facebook - PO Box 1442, Lexington, SC 29071
Fork/Irmo South Carolina Family History Center
South Carolina Department of Archives & History - Online Records Index
Genealogy (from SCIWAY)
South Carolina Genealogy Trails
South Carolina Pioneers
South Caroliniana Library, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC
South Carolina Resources (PDF file from Ancestry.com)
South Carolina Research Outline (PDF file from FamilySearch.org)
Additional Genealogical Links
Chicora Foundation, Inc. - Chicora is a Columbia, South Carolina public, non-profit heritage preservation organization founded in 1983. Our work includes archaeological and historical research throughout the Southeastern United States, public education (primarily right here in South Carolina), and work in conservation and preservation with museums, libraries, archives, historic organizations, and private citizens. With years of experience and hundreds of projects, we are a leader in preservation efforts.
National Genealogical Society
Olive Tree Genealogy
History at Home: A Guide to Genealogy by Andrea Davis
Genealogist - A genealogist with a law degree, The Legal Genealogist
Judy G. Russell, JD, CG℠ , CGL℠ , is a lecturer, educator and writer.
Digital Public Library of America - DPLA connects people to the riches held within America’s libraries, archives, museums, and other cultural heritage institutions. All of the materials found through DPLA—photographs, books, maps, news footage, oral histories, personal letters, museum objects, artwork, government documents, and so much more—are free and immediately available in digital format.
The Real Truth Behind Coats of Arms and Family Crests - Great article and podcast from Ancestral Findings!
Home Genealogy Guide
Genealogy: The Complete Resource Guide
A Crane's Foot (or Pedigree) of Branches of the Gregg, Stuart, Robertson, Dobbs and Allied Families, Compiled by: Eugene Stuart Gregg, Jr., 1975, 681 pages
A Census of Pensioners for Revolutionary Or Military Services:With their Names, Ages, and Places of Residence, as Returned by the Marshalls of the Several Judicial Districts, Under the Act for Taking the Sixth Census. Washington, D.C.: Blair and Rives, 1841 [See South Carolina, Lexington Newberry, and Richland Districts on page 142]
List of Pensioners on the Roll, January 1, 1883; Giving the Name of Each Pensioner, the Cause for Why Pensioned, the Post-Office Address, the Rate of Pension Per Month, and the Date of Original Allowance... Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1883. [See Vol. 5, South Carolina, Lexington County, p. 186. Identifies War of 1812 veterans living in this county in 1883]
Newberry County, South Carolina: Historical and Genealogical Annals, By George Leland Summer, Genealogical Publishing Com, 1980, 483 pages
Annals of Newberry in Two Parts (Baltimore, Maryland:
Clearfield, 1995). 861 pages. Part first by John Belton O'Neall, The
Annals of Newberry, Historical, Biographical and Anecdotical, originally
published in 1859. The 2nd part by John Abney Chapman, The Annals of
Newberry; Historical, Biographical and Anecdotical ; also Religious,
Medical and Literary, and includes biographical information and Civil War
rosters. Civil War pages 374-445, 455-560 & 803-804.
The following books can be searched on Google Books, but not fully
available for viewing:
A documented history of the Long family, Switzerland to South Carolina, 1578-1956, including allied families: a documentary record of the Long (Lang) family of Newberry, Edgefield and Saluda Counties, South Carolina, including many allied families, Eytive Long Evans, C.C. Evans, 1956, 316 pages
The George Jacob Price family history, Compiled by Janice Gartman Lee, 1986, 360 pages
A History of St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Gilbert, South Carolina, E. Bryan Keisler, Bettye K. Glover, 1978, St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church, 150 pages
Memoirs of General William Butler: Including a Brief Sketch of His Father and Brother, Who Fell in the Revolution, at Cloud's Creek, Lexington District, S.C. Atlanta, Ga.: Jas. P. Harrison & Co., Printers and Binders, 1885.
A Summary of the Descendants of William Dodgins, Sr. of Newberry Co., South Carolina (ca. 1740-1804). Austin, Texas: A.B. Cox, 1985.
The following book can be borrowed for 14
days from archive.org
Reb's roots, by Janice Gartman Lee, West Columbia, S.C., 1986, 238 pages
FamilySearch Books Online
Moore-Boozer Family of Ebenezer Methodist Church of Newberry County, S.C. Camden, S.C.: D.L. Phelps, 2007
Boozer from Newberry, South Carolina. Camden, S.C.: D.L. Phelps, 2007.
Descendants of Samuel Brooks of Newberry County, South Carolina (1819-1891). Camden, S.C.: D.L. Phelps, 2006.
Butlers: Ancestors and Descendants of James Thomas and Mary Elizabeth
(Walker) Butler. Joplin, Mo.: J.H. Dixon, 1993.
The Ancestors and Descendants of Marmaduke Coate of South Carolina and Ohio. Gahannah, Ohio: L.C. Dudick, 1994
The Ancestry of the the Cook Family of Hale, Bibb and Perry counties [Alabama]. 1987.
"A Sketch of Judge Anderson Crenshaw," Transactions of the Alabama Historical Society, Vol. 4 (1899-1903):301-305.
The Nicholas Dickson, 1730 Prior to 1876, Samuel Dunkin (Duncan), 1722 - 1770, Connection l. 2 vols. Salt Lake City, Utah: V.R. Beeler, 2000.
Descendants of John and Nancy Floyd. Provo, Utah: J. Grant Stevenson, 1973.
The Peter Hair Family. Batesburg, S.C.: T.L. Hair, 1998
Some Descendants of John Kinard (1755-1844/1850) South Carolina Revolutionary War Soldier: Also Included is Lineage Data on These Surnames, Battle, Chambliss, Collins, Daniel, Dupree, Purifoy, Varner, Waggoner and Webb. Americus, Ga.: J.W. Dupree, 2002.
The McDonald Family: Early Settlers in Wayne Township, Darke County, Ohio. Arlington, Va.: N. Burns, 1970.
Genealogy Television Shows
African American Lives - PBS
Ancestors - BYUtv
Ancestors In The Attic (Canadian TV Program)
Faces of America - PBS
Finding Your Roots - PBS
Genealogy Roadshow - PBS
Generations Project - BYUtv
Who Do You Think You Are? TLC
*requires iTunes for listening on computer
Free Indexes and Resources
America - Historic American Newspapers - Search America's historic
newspaper pages from 1789-1922 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find
information about American newspapers published between 1690-present.
Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the
Humanities and the Library of Congress.
Lexington County Estate Search (1865-1994) and Marriage Search (1911-1987)
Lexington County Estate Search (1995-Present)
Lexington County Marriage License Search (1986-Present)
Lexington County Library Obituary Index
Richland County Estate Inquiry
Richland County Marriage License Inquiry
Richland County Library Obituary Index - (Request an obituary)
Richland County Library Genealogy and Local History
South Carolina Civil War Service Records of Confederate Soldiers, 1861-1865 (from FamilySearch)
South Carolina, Confederate Home Records, 1909-1958 (from FamilySearch)
South Carolina, Delayed Birth Certificates, 1766-1900 (from FamilySearch)
South Carolina Deaths, 1915-1965 (from FamilySearch)
South Carolina Death Indexes 1915-1962 (from DHEC)
South Carolina Probate Records, Bound Volumes, 1671-1977 (from FamilySearch)
South Carolina Probate Records, Files and Loose Papers, 1732-1964 (from FamilySearch)
South Carolina Indexed Historical Records (from FamilySearch)
South Carolina Online Historical Newspapers
Wofford College Archives Obituary Index - The Archives maintains an index of obituaries that have appeared in the Methodist Conference newspaper, the Southern Christian Advocate, since its inception in 1837, and in its successor newspaper, the South Carolina United Methodist Advocate. The Advocate covered South Carolina and Georgia until about 1887, and the southern part of North Carolina until about 1870.
from National Archives and Records Administration
Records of the Office of the Quartermaster General, 1774 - 1985
Card Register of Burials of Deceased American Soldiers, 1917 - 1922
Applications for Headstones, 1/1/1925 - 6/30/1970
Veterans' Service Records
(1790-1880, 1900-1930 from archive.org)
United States Census - South Carolina is on Roll # M637-11
1800 United States Census - Lexington District is on Roll # M32-49 | Newberry District is on Roll # M32-50
1810 United States Census - Lexington, Newberry, & Richland Counties is on Roll # M252-61
1820 United States Census - Lexington & Richland Counties & Districts is on Roll # M33-121
1830 United States Census - Lexington, Newberry, & Richland Counties & Districts is on Roll # FM19-171
1840 United States Census - Lexington Districts is on Roll # M704-513 | Newberry & Richland Districts is on Roll # M704-514
1850 United States Census - Lexington Co. is on Roll # M432-855 | Newberry Co. is on Roll # M432-856 | Richland Co. is on Roll # M432-858
1860 United States Census - Lexington Co. is on Roll # M653-1222 | Newberry Co. is on Roll # M653-1224 | Richland Co. is on Roll # M653-1227
1870 United States Census - Lexington Co. is on Roll # M593-1502 | Newberry Co. is on Roll # M593-1504 | Richland Co. is on Roll # M593-1507
1880 United States Census - Lexington Co. is on Roll # T9-1233 & T9-1234 | Newberry Co. is on Roll # T9-1235 & T9-1236 | Richland Co. is on Roll # T9-1238 & T9-1239
1890 United States Census - A Department of Commerce fire in 1921 destroyed most of the 1890 census (The 1890 census did not burn. It received significant water damage during the fighting of the fire.) Fragments exist, but not for South Carolina. Also see: "First in the Path of the Firemen" The Fate of the 1890 Population Census By Kellee Blake.
1890 United States Census of Union Veterans and Widows of the Civil War (Index & Images from FamilySearch) - South Carolina is on Roll # M123-93 *NOTE: there is occasionally Confederate veterans and veterans from other wars also listed. Lexington County (1 page, 1 person listed) | Newberry County (3 pages, 5 persons listed) | Richland County (11 pages, with some non-civil war vets) | Saluda County (
1900 United States Census - Lexington Co. is on Roll # T623-1534 | Newberry Co. is on Roll # T623-1536 | Richland Co. is on Roll # T623-1539 & T623-1540 | Saluda Co. is on Roll # T623-1540 & T623-1541
1910 United States Census - Lexington Co. is on Roll # T624-1466 & T624-1467 | Newberry Co. is on Roll # T624-1462 | Richland Co. is on Roll # T624-1471 | Saluda Co. is on Roll # T624-1467
1920 United States Census - Lexington Co. is on Roll # T625-1702 | Newberry Co. is on Roll # T625-1704 | Richland Co. is on Roll # T625-1707 & T625-1708 | Saluda Co. is on Roll # T625-1708
1930 United States Census - Lexington Co. is on Roll # T626-2204 & T626-2205 | Newberry Co. is on Roll # T626-2206 & T626-2207 | Richland Co. is on Roll # T626-2209, T626-2210, & T626-2211 | Saluda Co. is on Roll # T626-2211
States Census - The 1940 census records were released by the US
National Archives April 2, 2012, and brought online through a partnership
with Archives.com. This website allows you full access to the 1940 census
images, in addition to 1940 census maps and descriptions. - Aiken
Co. | Edgefield
Co. | Fairfield
Co. | Lexington
Co. | Newberry
Co. | Richland
Co. | Saluda
For other counties, search
1950 United States Census - After the 72 years have passed, the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) is responsible for making the records publicly available for viewing or purchase. Therefore, records from the 1950 census will be released on April 1, 2022.
South Carolina state census records
South Carolina took censuses in the years between the federal censuses. The dates are listed below. State census records may have columns that were different or more unusual than those found on federal censuses. The responses and years of coverage may give additional information on the family. [available at: SC Department of Archives and History, 8301 Parklane Road, Columbia, SC 29223]
Also visit Heritage Library History & Ancestry Research Center for
and Census Substitute Records for St. Luke's Parish, Beaufort
District, Beaufort County,
Hilton Head Island census records.
1829 - State census only for Fairfield and Laurens districts. (source:
"1829 Census of Laurens District," The
South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research, Vol. 4, No. 2 (Spring
1976):103-113; Vol. 4, No. 3 (Summer 1976):139-151.)
1839 - State census only for *Beaufort, Chesterfield, Kershaw, and Lexington districts. (source: "The 1839 State Census of Lexington District," The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research, Vol. 25, No. 3 (Summer 1997):137-143. | "The 1839 State Census of Beaufort District," The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research, Vol. 36, No. 3 (Summer 2008):139-143; Vol. 36, No. 4 (Fall 2008):193-195; Vol. 37, No. 1 (Winter 2009):29-31; Vol. 37, No. 2 (Spring 2009):89-91; Vol. 38, No. 2 (Spring 2009):89-91.) [Abstract of SCDAH microfilm CN 656B. [*PDF file from Heritage Library]
1848 - City of Charleston.
1861 - City of Charleston.
1868 - Agricultural returns only.
1869 - State population returns. Missing in Clarendon, Oconee, and Spartanburg counties. (available online from FamilySearch.org, you may need to create an account to access) Lexington County starts on page 327 on the Horry - Marlboro counties Film # 008194978 . Newberry County starts on page 13 & Richland County starts on page 346 on the Newberry - Sumter counties Film # 2453279
1875 - Agricultural and population returns complete in Clarendon, Newberry, and Marlboro counties; partially complete in Abbeville, Beaufort, Fairfield, Lancaster, and Sumter counties.
Additional Census Links:
Forgotten Federal Census of 1885 - Florida, Nebraska, Colorado, and
the territories of New Mexico and Dakota. [More
National Archives Census Records - Research info
Using NARA's Census Microfilm Catalogs
Cemeteries (from Find A Grave)
Batesburg Cemetery - Batesburg
Bethel Independent Bible Church - Lexington
Bethel Lutheran Church Cemetery - White Rock
Bethlehem (Black Creek) Lutheran Church - Leesville
Boiling Springs United Methodist Church - Lexington
Bush River Memorial Gardens - Columbia (located in Lexington County)
Cedar Grove Lutheran Church - Leesville
Celestial Memorial Gardens - West Columbia
Corley-Franklow Cemetery - Lexington (Charles, Corley, Derrick, Franklow, Hepworth)
Corley Family Cemetery - Lexington (Corley, Hook, Miller, Shumpert, Sox)
Corley Family Cemetery - Lexington (Corley, Kleckley)
Corley Family Cemetery - Lexington (Corley, Gable, Shull)
Corley Family Cemetery - Lexington (Cochran, Corley, Franklow, Hendrix, Hornsby, Padgett, Roberts)
Enon Lutheran Church - Leesville
First Baptist Church of Gaston - Gaston
First Baptist Church - Gilbert
Gilbert Salvation Baptist Church - Gilbert (Donly/Donley, Hallman, Jones, Pooer, Price, Spires)
Gilbert United Methodist Church (aka Lewie Chapel) - Gilbert
Gunter Family Cemetery - Batesburg
Hall Town Cemetery - Leesville
Hilltop Baptist Church Cemetery - Gilbert (Alewine, Birchmore, Collins, Hall, Johnson, Neil, Polsley, Price, Smith)
*The church is now called Hilltop Community Fellowship Church
Keisler Family Cemetery - Gilbert (Franklow, Keisler)
Keisler Family Cemetery - Batesburg (Cockerel, Courtney, Fallaw, Keisler, Monroe, Oswald, Smith)
Keisler Family Cemetery - Leesville (Alewine, Cato, Duvall, Keisler, Leaphart, Lewis, Sawyer, Shealy, Taylor, Temples)
Keisler-Smith Family Cemetery - Gilbert (Keisler, Oswalt, Smith)
Lexington Memorial Cemetery - Lexington
McCartha Family Cemetery - Chapin (Bush, Harmon, Martin, McCartha, Schumpert)
McCartha-Addy Cemetery - Whiterock (Addy, Lindler, McCartha)
Mount Olive Lutheran Church - Irmo
Nazareth Lutheran Church - Lexington
Old Cemetery, Corley Street - Lexington (Derrick, Shealy)
Old Cemetery, Corley Street - Lexington (Clemons, Hall, Harling)
Old Salem Lutheran Church - Leesville
Pond Branch United Methodist Church - Gilbert
Edwin Price Cemetery - Gilbert (Boland, Hallman, Price)
Price Family Cemetery - Priceville (Banks, Boland, Jumper, Price, Long, and Oswald)
Price Family Cemetery - Priceville (Long, Price, Rice, Salley, Taylor)
Price Family Cemetery - Priceville (Keisler, Price)
Price Family Cemetery - Priceville (Davis, Gartman, Oswalt, Price)
Price-Corley Cemetery - Lexington (Burnett, Clayton, Corley, Hallman, Lever, Long, Price, Wingard)
Price-Snelgrove Cemetery - Hollow Creek (Craps, Long, Lown, Nichols, Price, Snelgrove, Taylor)
Providence Lutheran Church - Lexington
Ridgecrest Memorial Park - Batesburg
Smith Cemetery - Gilbert (marker for: Henry Smith, died about 1866, forefather of a large family in Lexington Co.)
Southland Memorial Gardens - West Columbia
St. Andrews Lutheran Church - Columbia (located in Lexington County)
St. Jacobs Lutheran Church - Chapin
St. James Lutheran Church - Red Bank
St. James Lutheran Church - Summit
St. Johns Lutheran Church - Batesburg
St. Johns Lutheran Church - Lexington
St. Matthews Lutheran Church - Lexington
St. Michaels Lutheran Church - Columbia (located in Lexington County)
St. Pauls Lutheran Church (also see Annex) - Gilbert
St. Peters Lutheran Church - Batesburg
St. Peters Lutheran Church (Piney Woods) - Chapin
St. Peters Lutheran Church - Lexington
St. Stephens Evangelical Lutheran Church - Lexington
St. Thomas Lutheran Church - Chapin
Taylor Cemetery - Gilbert (Ard, Burt, Cain, Hite, Kanady, Leaphart, Lowman, Lucas, McCartha, McLane, Ray, Ricard, Smith, Spires, Taylor)
Wittenburg Lutheran Church - Leesville
Newberry Memorial Gardens - Newberry
St. James Lutheran Church - Newberry
St. Johns Lutheran Church - Pomaria
St. Lukes Lutheran Church - Prosperity
St. Paul Lutheran Church - Pomaria
St. Philip's Lutheran Church - Newberry
Coogler Family Cemetery - Irmo (Coogler, Morgan, Woodard)
Salem United Methodist Church - Irmo
More South Carolina Cemeteries:
Cemeteries for Edgefield County, SC
Cemeteries for Fairfield County, SC
Cemeteries for Saluda County, SC
Bible records from Rootsweb
James Henry Mallard Inabinet Bible
Jacob Inabinet Bible
Jane McCants Bible
A. G. Rankin Bible
Paid Subscription Resources
Museums & Historical Sites
Aiken County Historical Museum
Official County Websites
County, South Carolina
Barnwell County, South Carolina
Edgefield County, South Carolina
Fairfield County, South Carolina
Lexington County, South Carolina
Newberry County, South Carolina
Orangeburg County, South Carolina
Richland County, South Carolina
Saluda County, South Carolina
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