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In 1768 South Carolina replaced all of her previous counties with seven court districts including the new [[Orangeburgh_District,_South_Carolina|Orangeburgh District]] northwest of the previous [[Berkeley (1682-1768) County, South Carolina|Berkeley]], [[Colleton (1682-1768) County, South Carolina|Colleton]], and [[Granville (1708-1768) County, South Carolina|Granville]] counties. See the [http://www.carolana.com/SC/Royal_Colony/sc_royal_colony_districts_parishes_1770.html 1770 South Carolina map].
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In 1785 South Carolina created six subordinate counties within the overarching Ninety-Six District:<ref name="Cheraws">"A History of Ninety-Six District" in ''Carolana'' at http://www.carolana.com/SC/Counties/ninety_six_district_sc.html (accessed 9 May 2011).</ref> (See the [http://www.carolana.com/SC/Early_Statehood/sc_statehood_1800_districts_counties_1785.html 1785 South Carolina map].)
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:*[[Abbeville County, South Carolina|Abbeville County]] 1785
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:*[[Edgefield County, South Carolina|Edgefield County]] 1785
  
 
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Revision as of 17:33, 10 May 2011

United StatesGotoarrow.pngSouth CarolinaGotoarrow.pngOrangeburgh District

Alternate Spelling

In 1783 Orangeburgh officially dropped the h and ever since goes by Orangeburg.[1]

Historical Facts

In 1768 South Carolina replaced all of her previous counties with seven court districts including the new Orangeburgh District northwest of the previous Berkeley, Colleton, and Granville counties. See the 1770 South Carolina map.

In 1785 South Carolina created six subordinate counties within the overarching Ninety-Six District:[2] (See the 1785 South Carolina map.)

Boundary Changes

"Rotating Formation South Carolina County Boundary Maps" (1682-1987) may be viewed for free at the My South Carolina Genealogy website. The maps rely on AniMap 3.0 software.

Websites

References

  1. "A History of Orangeburgh District" in Carolana at http://www.carolana.com/SC/Counties/orangeburgh_district_sc.html (accessed 10 May 2011).
  2. "A History of Ninety-Six District" in Carolana at http://www.carolana.com/SC/Counties/ninety_six_district_sc.html (accessed 9 May 2011).