Old Granville County, South Carolina was located south of Colleton County and went to the Georgia border. The Proprietary county name was Carteret, which name was changed in 1708 to Granville County. The county was abolished in 1769.
Wills, Estates Available to Members of South Carolina Pioneers
South Carolina Online Databases for Genealogists
- LWT of Edward Kirkland, LWT dated 1/7/1770
- Land Grant of Edward Kirkland dated 4/5/1765
- LWT of Robert Thorpe (1741)
Give Your Memories of the Past to the Children
By Jeannette Holland Austin
The smartest thing which you can do if tell the stories of your ancestor to your children! What child does not wish to listen to family stories of the past? And what adult does not appreciate their grandfathers and patriots of an earlier time? Most families discover a Revolutionary War Soldier or one who fought in the American Civil War. There is always a good story to tell. It simply has to be found. That is your job!
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