Marriages Volume I 1749-1867 Implied in South Carolina Equity Reports
by Barbara R. Langdon, Aiken, SC, 1991. 204 pages, measures 5 1/2" x 8 1/2", new, soft cover, perfect bound. The 1,794 references come from the searching of South Carolina Report Books, dating from after the American Revolution to 1883. The law books contain court cases that were appealed to the higher courts of South Carolina. The information comes from all over the colony or state of South Carolina, including the burned counties of Beaufort, Colleton, Georgetown and Orangeburg and other counties which sustained record loss: Abbeville, Chesterfield, Darlington, Lancaster, Lexington, Marion, Richland, Sumter and Williamsburg. The book is in two sections: Men and Women and entries are listed in alphabetical order by names and dates.
Among the surnames are: Adams, Allen, Anderson, Bailey, Baker, Ball, Barksdale, Barnes, Butler, Clark, Cook, Davis, Dawson, DeGraffenreid, Deveaux, Edings, Elliott, Etheredge, Felder, Fraser, Gallagher, Gillett, Glover, Godbold, Graves, Griffin, Grimke, Hall, Harleston, Haseldon, Heyward, Horry, Huger, Izard, James, Jenkins, Jewell, Lewis, McCullough, McDaniel, McDonald, McDow, McDowell, McPherson, Manigault, Matthews, Micheau, Mikell, Murray, Oswald, Perry, Pickett, Quarles, Rainsford, Robertson, Rutledge, Sabb, Shackelford, Simons, Sims, Sinkler, Smith, Sommers, Spann, Swan, Talbird, Teulon, Vanderhorst, Varn, Wade, Wadlington, Washington, Wells, Williams, Youngblood, Zimmerman
South Carolina Marriages Volume I 1749-1867 Implied in South Carolina Equity Reports