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Friday, January 20, 2017

Images of York Co. SC Wills #genealogy #southcarolinapioneersnet

York County, South Carolina Wills

Moore HouseYork County York County was first established in 1785 and was part of Camden District. From 1791 to 1800 it was part of Pinckney District, but became a separate district at the dissolution of Pinckney in 1800. In 1897, part of the county was divided to become Cherokee County. It was named for York County, Pennsylvania. This region is known for the Catawba Indians and the famous Battle of Kings Mountain. The Catawbas signed a treaty with the English in 1763 relinquishing their rights to lands and thus ultimately reducing the size of their reservation. This treaty opened up the area to Scotch-Irish pioneers who were removing down from Pennsylvania. During the American Revolution, the battle of Williamson's Plantation was fought on July 12, 1780 and the battle of Kings Mountain on October 7, 1780. The famous mountain victory helped to turn the tide of events for the Americans. Early settlers: John Martin, Colonel William Bratton (1742-1815), Nathaniel Henderson, Walter Thompson, William Edmondson, Elijah Browne, Samuel Watson, John Moffett, Joseph Turnbull.

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Land
  • York County Land Warrants 1807-1816
Transcripts of York County Wills 1816 to 1839
  1. Adams, Francis
  2. Adams, Margaret
  3. Alexander, Hester
  4. Alexander, Herman
  5. Allison, Albert
  6. Allison, Robert
  7. Anderson, Ann
  8. Ardry, William
  9. Armstrong, Arthur
  10. Armstrong, James
  11. Armstrong, Mary
  12. Armstrong, Robert
  13. Barnes, John
  14. Barnhill, John
  15. Barnett, Thomas (2)
  16. Barnette, Richard
  17. Barron, John
  18. Barron, Thomas
  19. Barry, Jane
  20. Barry, John Sr.
  21. Barry, Roger
  22. Barry, Samuel
  23. Bartlett, Daniel
  24. Bates, John
  25. Bates, Robert
  26. Baxter, Mary
  27. Baxter, William
  28. Beamgarde, Godfrey
  29. Beard, Jane
  30. Benson, Jacob
  31. Bigger, Moses
  32. Bigger, William
  33. Black, John
  34. Black, Robert
  35. Blair, Samuel
  36. Blaylock, Jeremiah
  37. Boggs, Aron
  38. Boyd, Joseph
  39. Boyd, Thomas Sr.
  40. Bozewell, Robert
  41. Bradley, Ellfyday
  42. Bradley, Samuel
  43. Bratton, Martha
  44. Bridges, Thomas
  45. Brown, Joseph
  46. Brown, Robert
  47. Brumfield, Elizabeth
  48. Bryan, James
  49. Buchanan, Samuel
  50. Camp, William
  51. Campbell, Elizabeth
  52. Carroll, John
  53. Carroll, Joseph
  54. Carroll, Thomas (2)
  55. Carruth, John
  56. Chambers, Elizabeth
  57. Chambers, John
  58. Chambers, Samuel
  59. Chambers, William
  60. Champion, William
  61. Cherry, Peter
  62. Choat, William
  63. Clark, John
  64. Clendinen, Thomas
  65. Cooper, Margaret
  66. Craig, James
  67. Craig, Mary
  68. Crawford, Agness
  69. Crawford, James Sr.
  70. Crawford, James
  71. Currence, Rebecka
  72. Curry, Charles
  73. Cushman, Xerxes
  74. Darby, Samuel
  75. Darnal, James
  76. Darwin, John
  77. Davis, Thomas
  78. Davis, William Sr.
  79. Davison, Margaret
  80. Dickson, William
  81. Donally, Martha
  82. Donnally, James
  83. Donnom, Isaac
  84. Dunlap, Susannasah
  85. Dunlap, William
  86. Dunwoody, John
  87. Durhsm, John
  88. Ellis, John
  89. Ellis, Sarah
  90. Enloe, Isaac
  91. Enloe, Mary
  92. Falls, John
  93. Feemster, James
  94. Feemster, John (3)
  95. Ferris, Alexander
  96. Floyd, Andrew
  97. Forbes, John Sr.
  98. Gabbie, Joseph
  99. Gabby, John
  100. Gallagher, Jane
  101. Galloway, Alexander (2)
  102. Galloway, William
  103. Gault, Elizabeth
  104. Gazaway, William Sr.
  105. Gill, Mary
  106. Gillispie, Margaret
  107. Good, Mary
  108. Green, Abraham
  109. Greer, Agnes
  110. Greer, Susanna
  111. Grier, Robert
  112. Grier, Thomas
  113. Gwin, Richard
  114. Hagan, William
  115. Hall, William
  116. Hambright, Frederick
  117. Hambright, Patrick
  118. Hamilton, Patrick
  119. Hamilton, William
  120. Hanna, Archibald
  121. Hanna, Sarah
  122. Hannah, Rosanah
  123. Harper, Matthew Sr.
  124. Hart, Priscilla
  125. Harris, James
  126. Harris, Mary
  127. Harris, Nathaniel
  128. Harris, Prudence
  129. Harris, Robert
  130. Harrison, Henry
  131. Hart, John
  132. Hemingway, William
  133. Hemphill, Mary
  134. Hemphill, Ssmuel
  135. Henderson, John
  136. Henderson, Nathaniel
  137. Henry, Alexander
  138. Henry, William Sr.
  139. Hill, Solomon
  140. Hoff, Powel
  141. Hogg, James
  142. Hogg, Thomas
  143. Hogge, John
  144. Holdrage, Hannah
  145. Holt, Akillas
  146. Hood, George
  147. Houser, Henry
  148. Houser, John
  149. Howie, Robert
  150. Hutchison, Samuel
  151. Jackson, David
  152. Jackson, John
  153. Jackson, Joseph
  154. Jenkins, Benjamin
  155. Johnston, David
  156. Johnston, John
  157. Johnston, Sarah
  158. Kimbrel, Nancy
  159. Kindrick, William
  160. King, John
  161. Kuykendall, Jonathan
  162. Latham, Janes
  163. Laurance, Joseph
  164. Leatham, Mary
  165. Lipscomb, Wyatt
  166. Little, William
  167. Love, Alexander
  168. Love, Robert (2)
  169. Love, William
  170. Lowry, Samuel
  171. Lusk, Elizabeth
  172. Lusk, Jame
  173. Mannon, Massey
  174. Marley, Jamieson
  175. Martin, Michal
  176. Mason, James
  177. McCall, Guzzell
  178. McCarter, Christopher
  179. McCarter, James
  180. McCarter, Sarah
  181. McCarter, Walter
  182. McCaw, John
  183. McCaw, John Sr.
  184. McConnel, John Sr.
  185. McCreight, Robert
  186. McDaniel, Thomas
  187. McElwain, John
  188. John McFarlin
  189. McGuown, William
  190. McKenzie, Joseph Sr.
  191. McLean, William
  192. McLenahan, Finney
  193. McMackin, Thomas
  194. McMeans, James
  195. McNeel, Mary
  196. McSwain, George
  197. Meacham, Bartlett
  198. Miller, Abraham
  199. Miller, Elvy
  200. Miller, Hughey
  201. Miller, John
  202. Miller, Joseph (2)
  203. Miller, Samuel
  204. Minter, John
  205. Moore, Gordon
  206. Moore, John
  207. Moore, John Sr.
  208. Moore, Nathan
  209. Moore, Ruth
  210. Moore, Samuel
  211. Moore, William Sr.
  212. Muldoon, John
  213. Mullin, Unity
  214. Neely, David
  215. Neely, Jean
  216. Neely, Jonathan
  217. Neely, Samuel
  218. Neely, William
  219. Nesbitt, Francis
  220. Orr, John
  221. Packard, Zedic
  222. Pair, Mial
  223. Patrick, William
  224. Patrick, Robert
  225. Patterson, Andrew
  226. Patterson, Robert
  227. Peters, James
  228. Peters, John
  229. Peters, Martha
  230. Pettus, George
  231. Pettus, John
  232. Pettus, William
  233. Polk, John
  234. Polk, William
  235. Porter, Samuel
  236. Pursley, James
  237. Pursley, Robert
  238. Quinn, Thomas
  239. Rainey, William
  240. Ramsey, John
  241. Rea, Sarah
  242. Reeves, Cynthia
  243. Riddle, George
  244. Roberts, Andrew
  245. Roberts, Jesse
  246. Roberts, James
  247. Roberts, John
  248. Robertson, John
  249. Robinson, Mary
  250. Robinson, William
  251. Robison, William
  252. Rogers, Isaac
  253. Ross, George
  254. Ross, James
  255. Rowell, William
  256. Sadler, Elizabeth
  257. Sadler, Jane
  258. Sadler, Jane (2)
  259. Sadler, Richard
  260. Sandifer, Elizabeth
  261. Sandefur, Philip
  262. Smith, James
  263. Scott, Elizabeth
  264. Sherer, Thomas
  265. Simeril, James
  266. Simmoons, Daniel
  267. Smith, Henry
  268. Smith, James
  269. Smith, John
  270. Smith Lillis
  271. Smith, William Sr.
  272. Smith, Winefred
  273. Springs, Richard
  274. Stanton, William
  275. Steedman, Michael
  276. Steel, William
  277. Steele, Mary
  278. Stevenson, William
  279. Stuart, Archibald
  280. Suggs, Laban
  281. Swann, Ann
  282. Swann, John
  283. Swann, Mary
  284. Tate, James
  285. Thomasson, Nathaniel
  286. Thompson, Alexander
  287. Thompson, John
  288. Thompson, Thomas
  289. Thomson, William
  290. Tilghman, Joshua
  291. Turner, Robert
  292. Turner, Thomas (2)
  293. Vennable, James
  294. Vennable, William
  295. Waddel, David
  296. Walker, Hugh
  297. Wallis, Martha
  298. Webb, Eleanor
  299. Wells, Hugh
  300. White, Hugh
  301. Whitesides, Hugh
  302. Wilkins, Smith
  303. Williams, Charles
  304. Wilson, Thomas
  305. Workman, John
  306. Wood, Aaron
  307. Wylie, Nancy

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Sunday, January 15, 2017

The Origins of York Co. SC People #genealogy #southcarolinapioneersnet

The Origins of York County People
Jeannette Holland Austin
York County was settled by a good number of Scotch-Irish and Germans coming out of Pennsylvania. In the instance of David Howe Sr. who was born in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania but removed to York County with his father in 1772. Two years after the Revolutionary War began he enlisted in a Company of Dragoons commanded by Captain Hawthorn and Colonel Sumter. He was in the battle of Brier Creek on March 3, 1779 which occurred near the confluence of Brier reek and the Savannah River. Mostly militia from North Carolina and Georgia fought in this battle, being surprised by the red coats. It was a disappointment because the patriots had recently had a victory over the British during the Battle of Kettle Creek.

Battle of Brier Creek

Thereafter, he re-enlisted in the South Carolina Militia in 1779 under Colonel Sumter. During June or July of 1779 he was on the Catawba River at Biggers Ferry; then went to Rocky Mount and Hanging Rock, ultimately fighting at the Battle of Kings Mountain October 7, 1780. After the war he returned home to York County, later removing to Kentucky. Source: Revolutionary War Pension of David Howe Sr.

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Saturday, January 14, 2017

Images of Kershaw Co. SC Wills & Estates #genealogy #southcarolinapioneers.net


Kershaw County Probate Records

Wateree RiverCamdenKershaw County was originally part of Camden District, and was formed in 1791 from Claremont, Lancaster, Fairfield and Richland Counties. It was named for Joseph Kershaw (1727-1791). The county seat is Camden. Camden was first settled in about 1732 by the English who'd settled first in Charleston. Camden was occupied by the Revolutionary War from June of 1780 to May of 1781. Battle of Camden, South Carolina during the Revolutionary War.

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Map of Plantations in Lower Kershaw County
Index to Kershaw County Will Book A (1770-1826)
Index to Kershaw County Will Book N1 (1776-1833)
Index to Kershaw County Unrecorded Wills (1789-1816)
Index to Kershaw County Will Book A1 (1781-1820)
Index to Kershaw County Will Book C
Index to Kershaw County Will Book D (1803)

Transcripts of Kershaw County Will Book AI (1781 to 1820)
Testators: James Archer, Ebenezer Bagwell, Humphrey Barnett, Samuel Boykin, William Clemmons, William Collins, Thomas Dixon, Charles Ghent, Joseph Kershaw, Daniel Kirkland, Derret Long, William Norris, Lemuel Perry, Sterling Pettaway, James Pickett, John Platt, John Williams, Drury Wyche and William Wyly.
Transcripts of Kershaw County Will Book D (1803): only 4 wills
Testators: Catharine Rhodes, Ann Roach, Anthony Seals and Dillard Spradley.
Transcripts of Kershaw County Unrecorded Deeds (1789-1816)
Testators: William Beckham, Nicholas Bishop, Elizabeth Bracey, George Brown, Jonathan Bunckley, N. Center, Lewis Collins, James Crawford, Henry Croft, Edward Davis, Richard Davis, Isaac Dubose, Mary Egleton, Barwell Evans, William Forgueson, Alexander Goodall, Benjamin Haile and William Luyten.
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Thursday, January 12, 2017

Images of Kershaw Co. SC Wills, Estates #genealogy #souhcarolinapioneersnet

Kershaw County Probate Records

Wateree River Camden Battle of Camden Kershaw County was originally part of Camden District, and was formed in 1791 from Claremont, Lancaster, Fairfield and Richland Counties. It was named for Joseph Kershaw (1727-1791). The county seat is Camden. Camden was first settled in about 1732 by the English who'd settled first in Charleston. Camden was occupied by the Revolutionary War from June of 1780 to May of 1781. Battle of Camden, South Carolina during the Revolutionary War.

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Map of Plantations in Lower Kershaw County
Index to Kershaw County Will Book A (1770-1826)
Index to Kershaw County Will Book N1 (1776-1833)
Index to Kershaw County Unrecorded Wills (1789-1816)
Index to Kershaw County Will Book A1 (1781-1820)
Index to Kershaw County Will Book C
Index to Kershaw County Will Book D (1803)

Transcripts of Kershaw County Will Book AI (1781 to 1820)
Testators: James Archer, Ebenezer Bagwell, Humphrey Barnett, Samuel Boykin, William Clemmons, William Collins, Thomas Dixon, Charles Ghent, Joseph Kershaw, Daniel Kirkland, Derret Long, William Norris, Lemuel Perry, Sterling Pettaway, James Pickett, John Platt, John Williams, Drury Wyche and William Wyly.
Transcripts of Kershaw County Will Book D (1803): only 4 wills
Testators: Catharine Rhodes, Ann Roach, Anthony Seals and Dillard Spradley.
Transcripts of Kershaw County Unrecorded Deeds (1789-1816)
Testators: William Beckham, Nicholas Bishop, Elizabeth Bracey, George Brown, Jonathan Bunckley, N. Center, Lewis Collins, James Crawford, Henry Croft, Edward Davis, Richard Davis, Isaac Dubose, Mary Egleton, Barwell Evans, William Forgueson, Alexander Goodall, Benjamin Haile and William Luyten.





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Wednesday, January 11, 2017

SC History "Battle of Camden" #genealogy #southcarolinapioneersnet

The Humiliating Defeat of Major General Horatio Gates during the Revolutionary War
By Jeannette Holland Austin
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On August 16, 1780, British forces under Lieutenant General Charles and Lord Cornwallis routed the American forces of Major General Horatio Gates about 10 miles north of Camden, South Carolina, strengthening the British hold on the Carolinas following the capture of Charleston. Gates had defeated the British at Saratoga, however, suffered a humiliating defeat at Camden, South Carolina which almost resulted in a court martial. he never held a field command again.

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Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Our Hidden Past is in the Records #genealogy #southcarolinapioneersnet

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Our Hidden Past Lives On in the Records
By Jeannette Holland Austin

Here you are living your life and one day a historian or genealogist comes along and digs deeply into the records, even obscure records, like deeds, wills, estates, old newspapers and church registers. The discovery might be something you thought history would forget. However, it is amazing how much personal data that we leave behind. And what the records do not provide, we can piece together with local histories and events. For example, do you know what drove your families into South Carolina and where did these immigrants hail from? A general answer is that they were Germans and Scotch-Irish immigrants who were seeking religious freedom, rich soil and a prosperous life. But there is more! Witnesses to documents, neighbors, church burials, census records and marriages provide a host of friends and the community life of your families.

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Monday, January 9, 2017

Settlers to Newberry Co. SC #genealogy #history #southcarolinaioneersnet


Settlers to Newberry County

Old Quaker Burial GroundIn 1783 an ordinance was passed to divide the districts of Charleston, Georgetown, Cheraw, Camden, Ninety-Six, Orangeburg and Beaufort into counties not more than forty miles square. When the County Court Act was written in 1785, a court was held (in every county) once every three months and the first court was held at the house of Colonel Robert Rutherford on September 5th.. The Justices present were Robert Rutherford, Robert Gillam, George Ruff, Levi Casey, John Lindsey, Philemon Waters and Levi Manning. William Malone was appointed clerk serving until 1794 with his deputies, viz: Thomas Brooks Rutherford, Major Frederick Nance and William Satterwhite. It was not until 1787 that another location for holding court was designated, being on the north side of the Bush River. William Caldwell and Joseph Wright were appointed to run a line agreed upon by the Justices to fix the public buildings by, which survey was produced at the house of John Coate. The county seat is the town of Newberry. This part of the upcountry was settled by Germans, Scotch-Irish, English, and emigrants from the sister States of North Carolina, Virginia and Pennsylvania. The German settlement was in the fork, between the Broad and Saluda Rivers to within three miles of the Newberry Court House. Soon thereafter the line was extended eight miles below Hugheys on the Broad River to the mouth of Bear Creek, on the Saluda River. Germans were so prevalent in part of Newberry County that it become known as Dutch Fork. Adam Summer, the father of Colonel John Adam Sumner, headed the settlement beginning in 1745. Colonel Sumner and Major Frederick Gray were known to be whigs. Among those settling were the religiously oppressed Palatines who were driven from the Rhine, Baden and Wurtemburg into England during 1710 where they were quartered in tents and booths near London. From there, they were sent to North Carolina and South Carolina. The first German settlers were: Summers, Mayer, Ruff, Eigleberger, Count, Sligh, Piester, Gray, DeWalt, Boozer, Busby, Buzzard, Shealy, Bedenbaugh, Cromer, Berley, Heller, Koon, Wingard, Suber, Folk, Dickert, Cappleman, Halfacres, Chapman, Black, Kinard, Bounight, Barr, Harmon, Bower, Kibler, Gallman, Lever, Hartman, Frick, Stoudemoyer, Dominick, Singley, Bulow, Paysinger, Wallern, Stayley, Ridlehoover, Librand, Leaphart, Hopes, Houseal, Bernhard, Shuler, Haltiwanger, Swigart, Meetze, Schumpert, Fulmore, Livingston, Schmitz, Eleazer, Drehr, Lorick, Wise, Crotwell, Youngener, Nunamaker, Souter, Epting and Huffman. The Quakers settled on the Bush River and the Beaverdam about three or four miles on each side of the river. Among them was William Coate who resided between Spring Field and the Bush River and Samuel elly, a native of King County, Ireland, who came to Newberry from Camden to settle at Spring Field. Others were: John Furnas, David Jenkins, Benjamin Pearson, William Pearson, Peter Hare, Robert Evans, John Wright, Joseph Wright, William Wright, James Brooks, Joseph Thomson, James Patty, Gabriel McCoole, John Coate, (Big) Isaac Hollingsworth, William O Neall, Walter Herbert, Sr., Daniel Parkins, Daniel Smith, Samuel Miles, David Miles, William Miles, Samuel Brown, Israel Gaunt, Azariah Pugh, William Mills, Jonathan and Caleb Gilbert, John Galbreath, James Coppock, John Coppock, Joseph Reagin, John Reagin, Abel and James Insco, Jesse Spray, Samuel Teague, George Pemberton, Jehu Inman, Mercer Babb, James Steddam, John Crumpton, Isaac Cook, John Jay , Reason Reagen, Thomas and Isaac Hasket, Thomas Pearson, Enoch Pearson, Samuel Pearson, Nehemiah Thomas, Abel Thomas, Timothy Thomas, Euclydus Longshore, Sarah Duncan, Samuel Duncan and John Duncan. Become a member of South Carolina Pioneers and view wills and estates
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