2 edition of Orangeburgh District, South Carolina returns in partition from the Court of Equity, 1824-1837 found in the catalog.
Orangeburgh District, South Carolina returns in partition from the Court of Equity, 1824-1837
Orangeburgh District (S.C.). Court of Equity.
|Other titles||Orangeburgh District equity records.|
|LC Classifications||KFS2316.O7 A7 1824|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||96 p. :|
|Number of Pages||96|
|LC Control Number||82211718|
Sources: Unknown, Family Bible of John David Stoudenmire, Transcription. Brent Holcomb, Orangeburg District SC Returns in Partition from the Court of Equity Records of the Court of Chancery of South Carolina, (Washington: American Historical Association, ) FHL fiche ; book P2sc; Moore, Caroline T. Records of the Secretary of the Province of South Carolina, (Columbia, South Carolina: R. L. Bryan Company, ) FHL book Pmco.
Orangeburgh District courthouse records such as deeds, wills, and court records were lost during the Civil War. This makes it especially challenging to track changes in land ownership prior to Margaret’s goal is to assemble and recreate, when possible, as many of those missing records as she can. Orange County was created in within Orangeburgh District from the southeast part of the overarching Orangeburgh District. See the South Carolina map. Orange County was never surveyed or properly laid out. Its boundaries were ambiguous. Its county government never became functional.
Member of the Orangeburgh German-Swiss Gen. Soc. Member of the Salley Archives in Orangeburg. Ad Fontes 1, History of South Carolina. by Alexander S Salley. Back to the sources update Ad Fontes 2, Register of the Church of Redeemer. by John Lucas. Back to the sources update Ad Fontes 3 Orangeburgh Citizens Petition. VOLUME III () Tombstone Inscriptions, Sharon Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church, York County ; Estate Partitions in the Washington District Court of Equity; William Henry, of Henry's Knob (continued); Tax Returns, Marriage and Obituary Notices from the Greenville Mountaineer (continued); Marriage and Obituary Notices from the Chester Standard, Early Wills of Camden District.
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Orangeburgh District, South Carolina, Estate Partitions from the Court of Equity, - Brent Holcomb. This volume is one of the few volumes (if not the only one) to have survived the courthouse fire of Orangeburg in Within these partitions are references to records as early aswills, deeds, plats, et.
(Petitions for Land from the South Carolina Council Journals, by Brent H. Holcomb (Columbia, SD: SCMAR. ) Vol I:, )(Rechecked dates and it’s shown that way in the newsletter) >ORANGEBURGH 1824-1837 book, RETURNS IN PARTITION FROM THE COURT OF EQUITY, by Brent Holcomb.
Price $ plus $ mailing. Send checks. Statewide collections are found on the South Carolina Land Records page. Orangeburg Orangeburgh District Land Records. Deeds and conveyance records, with index, Family History Library Orangeburgh District, South Carolina returns in partition from the Court of Equity, Family History Library.
From tothese "overarching Districts" remained intact, however, the district seats did change some during that time-frame. After the American Revolution inSouth Carolina re-established the concept of counties and thirty-four (34).
The chancery court records were later known as equity records. Some of these early court cases are on file at the University of South Carolina Law Library in Columbia. Pre-Civil War files for Orangeburg, Beaufort, Chesterfield, Colleton.
The only county record to survive the fire was a single book from the Court of Equity dating from to Topics during the four-day conference. A guide and index to the records of Washington Equity District (Greenville, Laurens, and Newberry), A guide to South Carolina genealogical research and records: Heritage Books archives.
Index to the mortality schedule of South Carolina: Journal of the Rev. Godfrey Drehr, Laurens County, SC court minutes, Section 2 - The Third Regiment of South Carolina Continentals  Section 3 - Colonel Thomson's Order Book, June 24th, to November 3rd, [page ] Section 4 - Other Continentals from Orangeburgh District [page ].
The First Families of Orangeburgh, South Carolina. Orangeburgh Township was one of several townships established by the Colonial Government in order to encourage settlement in the South Carolina interior. A party of Swiss settlers were escorted to the township of Orangeburgh on the Edisto River in Orangeburgh District South Carolina Returns in Partition From the Court of Equityby Brent Holcomb Marriage and Dath Notices From Pendleton (S.C.) Messenger Abstracts of Pickens District, South Carolina Deed Book A-1 (), by Linda G.
Cheek. South Carolina Wills and Probate Records Ancestry. General index, Probate Court, Family History Library Orangeburgh District, South Carolina returns in partition from the Court of Equity, Family History Library Wills.
Title, date, and scale from Stephenson's Civil War Maps, Relief shown by hachures. LC Civil War maps (2nd ed.), S Incomplete; the eastern and western portions of the map are wanting.
Pen and ink tracing of part of a map in Robert Mills's Atlas of the State of South Carolina Baltimore, F. Lucas, Jr.  Available also through the Library of Congress. The second book, Orangeburgh District, South Carolina Returns in Partition from the Court of Equity is available for $23, postpaid, from the author, Brent Holcomb atColumbia, SC Notice.
Sources: Brent Holcomb, Orangeburg District SC Returns in Partition from the Court of Equity(86, 87). Federal Census ofSouth Carolina. north carolina genealogical research schweitzer orangeburgh district, south carolina returns from the court of equity hotcomb *obituaries recorded in panola county, texas our quaker ancestors berry and berry papers concerning robertson"s colony in.
A reference For geanealogist. this book is great. John Chapman, John O'neil and A S Salley wrote of the central SC regions about the same time. to and covered Newberry district, Edgefield district and Orangeburg district of south carolina.5/5(1).
The archive was constructed in the ’s with seed funds designated by South Carolina’s first archivist and historian, Alex. S. Salley, Jr., who was a native of Orangeburgh. Staffed by volunteers, The Salley Archives is open Tuesdays noon, Wednesdays pm and the first Saturday of the month pm.The Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission recently announced the placement of overRevolutionary War, Spanish American and World War I digital records on ARIAS, Pennsylvania's.
Did your South Carolina ancestors live in the area which was the Orangeburgh District from to ? This area later became split and/or redistricted to the following counties: Orangeburg, Barnwell, Lexington, Aiken, Calhoun.
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