Fairfield County, S. C. book. Fairfield was one of the counties formed from the Camden District in 1785. It is surrounded by the counties of: Chester, Kershaw, Newberry, and Union.
Fairfield County, S. Part of this county was taken in 1791 to form Kershaw County. These minutes contain lists of deed recorded, wills, and estates pr By: Brent Holcom, Pub. 1981, Reprinted 2018, 198 pages, Index, soft cover, ISBN Fairfield was one of the counties formed from the Camden District in 1785.
Union County, South Carolina, Minutes of the County Court, Seventeen Eighty-Five to Seventeen Ninety-Nine. Union was one of the counties formed from Ninety-Six District in 1785. This volume contains lists of deeds and probate records, minor court cases, bastardy cases, jury lists, etc. The jury lists of Union are very interesting in that Quakers are distinguished by "affirming" instead of "swearing.
Find nearly any book by Brent H. Holcomb. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Kershaw County, South Carolina Minutes of the County Court, 1791-1799: ISBN 9780788435096 (978-0-7884-3509-6) Softcover, Heritage Books, 2008. Marriage and death notices from Baptist newspapers of South Carolina.
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A county court is a court based in or with a jurisdiction covering one or more counties, which are administrative divisions (subnational entities) within a country, not to be confused with the medieval system of county courts held by the high sheriff of each county. Since 2014, England and Wales have had what is officially described as "a single civil court" named the County Court, with unlimited financial jurisdiction
Spartanburg County, South Carolina Will Abstracts, 1787–1840. Columbia, South Carolina: Privately Published, 1983 Ninety Six District, South Carolina, Journal of the Court of Ordinary, Inventory Book, Will Book 1781–1786. Easley, South Carolina: Southern Historical Press, 1978 This road, as represented on the 1820 Robert Mills map of Spartanburg, ran directly from Cobbs Ford at the juncture of Pacolate River and Bucks Creek northeast through Cowpens up to Island Ford in Rutherford County.
Spartanburg County, South Carolina Minutes of the County Court, 1785-1799, by Brent Holcomb, 1980, page 64; Court, 18 March 1788, William Burton by State against John McGuire. Defendant is not Guilty. Spartanburg County, South Carolina Minutes of the County Court, 1785-1799, by Brent Holcomb, 1980, p. 78, Court, 17 September 1788, John McGuire against William Burton.
Source:"Fairfield C. . On 11 February 1801, Fairfield C. Minutes of the County Court 1785-1799" by Brent HOLCOMB, p. 155. (We have not found out who this child was). there is a deed to Joseph MCDAINIEL, Jr. for 200 acres, the land on Beaver Creek of Broad River by the lands of John KENNEMORE and Peter LANGLEY and it being an original grant to Valentine ROCHELLE, dated 21 January 1785. Witnesses: Wm. BLEACHBEY, Thom. WILLINGHAM, Joseph MCDANIEL, Sr.
Union County, South Carolina Deed Abstracts Volume IV by Brent H. The single most important record for any North Carolina county is the minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions. Hard cover, 284 pages, indexed. While the deeds in these deed books were recorded between 1820 and 1828, within these deed books are instruments dating from a much earlier time, some as early as 1779. Lists of deeds proved and recorded are found in the court minutes, as well as lists of wills proved or administrations on intestate estates taken out.