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In 1731 the first Royal Grants were issued, the colony having been returned to the crown from the Lords Proprietors. Suber has researched this family for over thirty years. Published with the assistance of a grant from the R. It is an excellent companion volume to Death and Marriage Notices from the Watchman and Observer 1845-1855 published in 2004.
It carried notices from all over the Southern states and was not limited to Presbyterians. Therefore, these abstracts will be clues as to the disposition of lands of many Loyalists.
Research and books concerning South Carolina's earliest colonial period, the proprietary period - 1670-1721.
His father, Enoch Agnew, moved his family to northeastern Mississippi in 1852. Samuel Agnew served the Bethany and Hopewell Associate Reformed Presbyterian churches. Some couples married by him were for African-Americans.
He graduated from Erskine College and Erskine Theological Seminary. Soft cover, 6 x 9 size, 152 iv pages, originally published 1977. These notices are from newspapers of Laurens, Spartanburg, Newberry, and Lexington for the period stated. Published by the Lexington Genealogical Association, 1998.
This volume contains abstracts of all 5,000 marriage bonds issued in Mecklenburg County between 17 and marriages from the marriage register 1851-1867.
It includes abstracts of Royal Grants not on microfilm (abstracted from the original volumes at the South Carolina Archives).