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Not to be confused with the Granville County that existed 1785-1791.
This early Granville County was never surveyed or properly laid out. Its boundaries were ambiguous. Its county government never became functional. Most records were kept at the parish level; none were kept at the county level. There was no county seat. There were no political connotations to the county's existence. In this case the term "county" had no meaning other than to describe an approximate geographical area. It was a county in name only.
Granville (1708-1768) County was abolished in 1768.
For documents of people who lived in this area at this time, look in parish records, or for papers in Charleston, South Carolina.
"Rotating Formation South Carolina County Boundary Maps" (1682-1987) may be viewed for free at the My South Carolina Genealogy website. They rely on AniMap 3.0 software.
- [Calhoun] Salley, A.S. "The Calhoun Family of South Carolina," The South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Vol. 7, No. 2 (Apr. 1906):81-98; Vol. 7, No. 3 (Jul. 1906):153-169. Digital version at JSTOR ($).
French and Indian War
- Weir, Robert M. "Muster Rolls of the South Carolina Granville and Colleton County Regiments of Militia, 1756," The South Carolina Historical Magazine, Vol. 70, No. 4 (Oct., 1969), pp. 226-239. Digital version at JSTOR ($).
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 "A History of the Original Granville County" in South Carolina - The Counties at http://www.carolana.com/SC/Counties/granville_county_original.html (accessed 28 April 2011).
- ↑ Mary Bondurant Warren, Citizens and Immigrants--South Carolina, 1768 (Athens, Ga.: Heritage Papers, 1994). Quit Rent begins on page 255.
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