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Reconstruction of the genealogy of the Wise family of the Congarees

by William Rudolph Bauer
Bauer, William Rudolph (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
Columbia, South Carolina : W.R. Bauer, 2001
ii, 176 p. : maps, ports.

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"The focus of this Wise research is on the Wise family that lived in the vicinity of Lower Lexington County and that part of Lexington and Orangeburg counties that became Calhoun County in 1908. This family lived near and above the Congaree River as opposed to the Wise/Wyse family of the Dutch Fork and the Saluda River. The early name for the settlement along the Congaree River was the Congarees”—Pref., p. ii.

End notes: p. 127-145.

Includes place name & name indexes.

Includes Aaron, Arthur, Arant, Bailey, Bozard, Branch, Buyck, Byrd, Crim, Culclasure, Dowd, Furtick, Goodwin, Harmon, Heckle, Herlong, Hutto, Jeffcoat, Jumper, Lucas, Mack, Myers, Ott, Pound, Prickett, Rast, Richenbaker, Rish, Rucker, Saylor, Sharpe, Shuler, Sightler, Spigner, Spires, Spurlin, Stabler, Sturkie, Wannamaker, Williams, Wise, Zeigler & related families.

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