Re: Hamburg INSERT #1 - origfatdac
Subject: Re: Hamburg INSERT #1
From: origfatdac
Date: March 16, 2000

Hope this helps!


From: B A Layton        I 
To: "The CAROLINAS Genealogy users list (NC/SC-ROOTS)"

Subject: SC Counties
Date: Fri, 19 Jan 96 07:56:56 CST
                              LIST #1

Here are the SC counties, date of formation and parent county:

Abbeville, 1785, Dist. 96
Aiken, 1871, Edgefield, Orangeburg, Barnwell, Lexington
Allendale, 1919, Barnwell, Hampton
Anderson, 1826, Pendleton Dist.
Bamberg, 1897, Barnwell
Barnwell, 1798, Orangeburg Dist.
Beaufort, 1769, Original Dist.
Berkeley, 1882, Charleston
Berkeley, 1683, (Discontinued) Original Co. not present Berkeley Co.)
Calhoun, 1908, Lexington, Orangeburg
Camden Dist, Original Dist., discontinued.
Carteret District (Name changed to Granville, 1700).
Charleston, 1769, Original Dist.
Cheraws Dist, 1769, Original Dist., discontinued.
Cherokee, 1897, Union, York, Spartanburg
Chester, 1785, Craven, Camden Dist.
Chesterfield, 1798, Cheraws Dist.
Claremont (See Sumter)
Clarendon, 1855, Sumter Dist.
Colleton, 1798, Charleston Dist.
Colleton, OLD (discontinued)
Craven, OLD (discontinued)
Darlington, 1798, Cheraws Dist.
Dillon, 1910, Marion
Dorchester, 1897, Berkeley, Colleton
Edgefield, 1785, Dist. 96
Fairfield, 1798, Camden Dist.
Florence, 1888, Marion, Darlington, Clarendon, Williamsburg
Georgetown, 1769, Original dist.
Granville Dist (See Carteret)
Greenville, 1798, Washington Dist.
Greenwood, 1897, Abbeville, Edgefield
Hampton, 1878, Beaufort
Horry, 1802, Georgetown Dist.
Jasper, 1912, Beaufort, Hampton
Kershaw, 1798, Camden Dist.
Lancaster, 1798, Camden Dist.
Laurens, 1785, Dist. 96
Lee, 1902, Darlington, Sumter, Kershaw
Lexington, 1804, Orangeburg Dist.
Liberty (changed to Marion Dist)
Marion, 1798, Georgetown Dist.
Marlboro, 1798, Cheraws Dist.
McCormick, 1916, Greenwood, Abbeville
Newberry, 1785, Dist. 96
Ninety-Six Dist, 1769, Original Dist. (discontinued)
Oconee, 1868, Pickens
Orange (former county in Orangeburg Dist. about 1800, mostly in present
   day counties of Bamberg, Calhoun and Lexington)
Orangeburg, 1769, Original dist.
Pendleton, 1798, Washington Dist (discontinued 1826)
Pickens, 1825, Pendleton Dist.
Pickney Dist, 1793, Original Dist (discontinued)
Richland, 1799, Kershaw Dist
Salem (former co. in Sumter Dist about 1800, part of Sumter Co. about
   1810.  Parts lay in the present day co. of Lee, Sumter, Clarendon
   and Florence)
Saluda, 1896, Edgefield
Spartanburg, 1785, Dist. 96
Sumter, 1798, Camden Dist.
Union, 1798, Dist. 96
Washington, 1793, Original Dist, discontinued.
Williamsburg, 1802, Georgetown Dist.
Winyaw (formerly a co. of Georgetown Dist., later became
    Georgetown Co.)
York, 1785, Camden & Pickney Dist.

In 1769, nine judicial districts were established--Charleston, Georgetown,
Beaufort, Orangeburg, Ninety-Six, Camden, and Cheraws.  Records were kept at
Charleston until 1780.  In 1790, the capital was moved fr. Charleston
to Columbia, although some functions remained at Charleston until after
the Civil War.  In 1795, Pinckney and Washington districts were created and
three years later the nine districts were divided into twenty-four.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Bouy Peeples" 
Sent: Thursday, March 16, 2000 2:47 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.
: Bouy

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