Re: Hamburg - Loy Mitchell
Subject: Re: Hamburg
From: Loy Mitchell
Date: March 17, 2000

Hamburg may have been in the Barnwell County area, however, I believe it was
in Edgefield District during 1850.  Aiken County became a county in 1871 and
it was taken from Edgefield, Saluda, Lexington, Orangeburg, and Barnwell
Districts....the only two areas to cover the Hamburg area would have been
Edgefield or Barnwell....However on the series of maps that I have it surely
looks as if Hamburg was in the Edgefield District during that time period.

-----Original Message-----
From: Bouy Peeples 
To: [email protected] 
Date: Thursday, March 16, 2000 3:25 PM
Subject: Hamburg

Does anyone know how to find out in which coulnty Hamburg, SC would have
been in in 1850?  I assumed Edgefield but cannot find the family.  I am
looking for Wm. H. Greene and his wife Georgia Ann B. Ioor Greene and their
two daughters Eloise Tucker Greene and Anna Louisa Greene.  It is possible
that he may have been dead by then in which case the wife and daughters
would have most likely gone back upstate.  Is the entire 1850 Census for SC
on line somewhere?  Or could anyone that has a private copy of that census
look and see if they can be found.  I have Colleton and Beaufort and have
read every page and they are not there.  What would be the corresponding
county in GA. if they were across the state line and would that be on line.
>Thanks for any suggestions.  This man has been a total brick wall and other
than the marriage notice there is no finding Wm. H. Greene who married in
1841 in upstate SC.

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