Ninety-Six District, South Carolina

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== History and Tidbits  ==
 
== History and Tidbits  ==
  
Ninety-Six District formed 1769 from the South Carolina lands. Districts were formed from the district: [[Abbeville District, South Carolina|Abbeville]] 12 March 1785, [[Edgefield District, South Carolina|Edgefield]] 2 March 1785, [[Greenville District, South Carolina|Geenville]] 22 March 1786, [[Laurens District, South Carolina|Laurens]] 12 March 1785, [[Newberry District, South Carolina|Newberry]] 12 March 1785, [[Pendleton District, South Carolina|Pendleton]] 1789, [[Pinckney District, South Carolina|Pinckney]] 20 December 1826, [[Spartanburg District, South Carolina|Spartanburg]] 12 March 1785, [[Union District, South Carolina|Union]] 12 March 1785.  
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Ninety-Six District formed 1769 from the South Carolina lands. Districts and counties were formed from the district: [[Abbeville District, South Carolina|Abbeville]] 12 March 1785, [[Edgefield District, South Carolina|Edgefield]] 2 March 1785, [[Greenville_County,_South_Carolina|Greenville]] 22 March 1786, [[Laurens_County,_South_Carolina|Laurens]] 12 March 1785, [[Newberry_County,_South_Carolina|Newberry]] 12 March 1785, [[Pendleton District, South Carolina|Pendleton]] 1789, [[Pinckney District, South Carolina|Pinckney]] 20 December 1826, [[Spartanburg_County,_South_Carolina|Spartanburg]] 12 March 1785, [[Union_County,_South_Carolina|Union]] 12 March 1785.  
  
 
== Resources  ==
 
== Resources  ==
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*''[http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/guide/CountyRecords/rg0051.htm South Carolina Archives Summary Guide: Ninety-Six District]'', available online, courtesy: [http://scdah.sc.gov/ South Carolina Department of Archives and History].
 
*''[http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/guide/CountyRecords/rg0051.htm South Carolina Archives Summary Guide: Ninety-Six District]'', available online, courtesy: [http://scdah.sc.gov/ South Carolina Department of Archives and History].
  
=== Census ===
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=== Census ===
  
See [http://www.us-census.org/states/southcarolina/n-sc.htm#Ninty-Six Ninety-Six District, SC census assignments], including links to transcribed files [[http://www.us-census.org/ The USGenWeb&nbsp;Census Project<sup>®</sup>]]
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See [http://www.us-census.org/states/southcarolina/n-sc.htm#Ninty-Six Ninety-Six District, SC census assignments], including links to transcribed files [[http://www.us-census.org/ The USGenWeb&nbsp;Census Project<sup>®</sup>]]  
  
 
=== Land  ===
 
=== Land  ===

Revision as of 22:44, 23 November 2010

Contents

History and Tidbits

Ninety-Six District formed 1769 from the South Carolina lands. Districts and counties were formed from the district: Abbeville 12 March 1785, Edgefield 2 March 1785, Greenville 22 March 1786, Laurens 12 March 1785, Newberry 12 March 1785, Pendleton 1789, Pinckney 20 December 1826, Spartanburg 12 March 1785, Union 12 March 1785.

Resources

Research Guides

Census

See Ninety-Six District, SC census assignments, including links to transcribed files [The USGenWeb Census Project®]

Land

The organization Strictly By Name provides free online indexes to early Ninety-Sixth District land records. They offer a record retrieval service to photocopy and transcribe microfilm copies of the original documents for a small fee. Available indexes:

References

  • First Settlers of South Carolina, 1670-80, by Agnes L. Baldwin; pub. Columbia, South Carolina, 1969
  • Inventory of County Archives of South Carolina, 14 vol., Historical Records Survey; pub. Columbia, South Carolina, 1937-1941
  • Research Materials in South Carolina, by John H. Moore; pub. Columbia, South Carolina, 1967
  • Bibliography of South Carolina, 1563-1950, 6 vol., Robert C. Turnbull; pub. Charlottesville, Virgina 1956-1960
  • The History of South Carolina, 4 vol., David D. Wallace; pub. New York, 1934