Pendleton County, South Carolina Genealogy

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=== History ===
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*From 1800 to 1826 this ''Pendleton County'' was also known by the alias of ''Pendleton District''.
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*'''''Not''''' to be confused with [[Pendleton District, South Carolina|Pendleton District]], the overarching district that included the subordinate [[Greenville County, South Carolina|Greenville County]], and subordinate ''Pendleton County'' from 1798 to 1800.
  
In 1826 Pendleton County was split into [[Anderson_County,_South_Carolina|Anderson]] County and [[Pickens_County,_South_Carolina|Pickens]] County.
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[[Pendleton_County,_South_Carolina|Pendleton County]] was created in 1789 from formerly Cherokee Indian lands. At first it included all of present-day [[Anderson County, South Carolina|Anderson County]], [[Oconee County, South Carolina|Oconee County]], and [[Pickens County, South Carolina|Pickens County]].<ref name="Carolana">"A History of Pendleton County" in ''Carolana'' at http://www.carolana.com/SC/Counties/pendleton_county_sc.html (accessed 7 May 2011).</ref>
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The overarching [[Washington District, South Carolina|Washington District]] created in 1791 included this subordinate Pendleton County. The name of this overarching district was changed to [[Pendleton District, South Carolina|Pendleton District]] in 1798. <ref>"The Counties from 1664 to Present - In Alphabetical Order" in ''South Carolina - The Counties'' at http://www.carolana.com/SC/Counties/sc_counties_alphabetical_order.html (accessed 7 May 2011).</ref> Compare the [http://www.carolana.com/SC/Early_Statehood/sc_statehood_1800_districts_counties_1791.html 1791 South Carolina map] and the [http://www.carolana.com/SC/Early_Statehood/sc_statehood_1800_districts_counties_1799.html 1799 South Carolina Map]. In 1800 South Carolina abolished overarching administrative court districts like Pendleton District, and switched to the county-only concept.
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The remaining Pendleton County survived until 1826 when it was split into [[Anderson County, South Carolina|Anderson]] County and [[Pickens County, South Carolina|Pickens]] County. At that time the [[Pendleton_County,_South_Carolina|Pendleton County]] name was extinguished.
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For documents of people who lived in Pendleton County look for:
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*1789 to 1800 papers filed in Pickensville, the District and County Seat
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*1800 to 1826 papers filed in Pendleton (town), the Count Seat 1800 to 1826.
  
 
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Revision as of 21:28, 10 May 2011

United StatesGotoarrow.pngSouth CarolinaGotoarrow.pngPendleton County

  • From 1800 to 1826 this Pendleton County was also known by the alias of Pendleton District.
  • Not to be confused with Pendleton District, the overarching district that included the subordinate Greenville County, and subordinate Pendleton County from 1798 to 1800.

History

Pendleton County was created in 1789 from formerly Cherokee Indian lands. At first it included all of present-day Anderson County, Oconee County, and Pickens County.[1]

The overarching Washington District created in 1791 included this subordinate Pendleton County. The name of this overarching district was changed to Pendleton District in 1798. [2] Compare the 1791 South Carolina map and the 1799 South Carolina Map. In 1800 South Carolina abolished overarching administrative court districts like Pendleton District, and switched to the county-only concept.

The remaining Pendleton County survived until 1826 when it was split into Anderson County and Pickens County. At that time the Pendleton County name was extinguished.

For documents of people who lived in Pendleton County look for:

  • 1789 to 1800 papers filed in Pickensville, the District and County Seat
  • 1800 to 1826 papers filed in Pendleton (town), the Count Seat 1800 to 1826.

References

  1. "A History of Pendleton County" in Carolana at http://www.carolana.com/SC/Counties/pendleton_county_sc.html (accessed 7 May 2011).
  2. "The Counties from 1664 to Present - In Alphabetical Order" in South Carolina - The Counties at http://www.carolana.com/SC/Counties/sc_counties_alphabetical_order.html (accessed 7 May 2011).