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Bible records can be used as a substitute in providing birth, marriage, and date information when South Carolina did not record vital information. In Marion County, for example, clerks used family Bibles to create delayed birth certificates. Some collections and compilations of Bible records are listed below:

DAR Bible Collections and Indexes

  • [South Carolina] Genealogical Collection by the Daughters of the American Revolution [1] FHL Collection
This collection is indexed in the following:
  • South Carolina Name Index to Genealogical Records [2] FHL Collection - complete index
  • An Index to Some of the Family Records of the Southern States 35,000 microfilm references from the NSDAR files and Elsewhere by E. Kay Kirkham[3]  FHL Collection Digital image on Family History Archives - partial index
  • South Carolina Bible Records, vols 1-3 by the Daughters of the American Revolution [4] FHL Collection

Other Bible Abstracts

Online Bible Indexes:

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