Re: Libraries in 96th District - Elizabeth Hemingway
Subject: Re: Libraries in 96th District
From: Elizabeth Hemingway
Date: March 24, 1999

I don't know of any other libraries, but my search is also in these areas.  I
guess you know that McCormick, SC was split between Edgefield, Greenwood, and
Abbeville counties?  I live close enough that I went to McCormick yesterday
and I was so disappointed.  It is a quaint, quiet little town, the people are
very friendly; but they have absolutely NO information there anymore.
Everything has been sent to USC Archives, or everywhere else.  If you come
back this way, they have very little there.  I looked ALL over the place.  I
could not even find out who was buried in my relatives plot. (There is only
one marker)  No one knows anything!  I hope you have better luck than I did
if your search stretches to parts of McCormick.

Crawford - Judith wrote:

 I just visited this area for the first time. I found a great gen library
> in Edgefield but no where else!  Does anyone know of other libraries in
> the area that collect unpublished records etc. I live close to DC so have
> access to the published help books and census records but I need those
> little hidden things--I have 4 families that lived their during or right
> after the Rev War Warnock, Wedgeworth, Crawford, McCarter.  The visit was
> great--I really enjoyed the squares in Edgefield and Abbeville and eating
> at the pool hall which was standing room only for lunch.  The theater in
> Abbeville was also quite an experience. To think my ancestors were there
> 200 years ago.
> Judy Creamer
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