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Transcripts of Williamsburg County Will Book A (1802-1820)

Testators: Barr, James, Sr. | Barrineau, Isaac | Benton, Moses | Benton, Robert | Bostwick, Jonathan | Bradley, James | Bradley, Mary | Bradshaw, Samuel | Buford, William | Buford, William | Burdick, Eliphalet | Burgess, James | Burgess, John | Burrows, George | Calhoon, Jesse | Campbell, Rebecca | Campbell, William | Clark, Alexander | Coachman, Joseph | Coleman, Jacob | Connor, John | Cooper, William | Durant, Benjamin | Dickey, Catherine | Eaddy, James | Ervin, J. | Ervin, Joseph | Ewit, Eliphaleth | Fleming, John | Gamble, Robert | Gibson, Ebenezer | Gibson, John | Glass, Alexander | Gotea, John | Gowdy, James | Graham, Hugh | Graham, John, Dr. | Hamilton, Margaret | Hawthorn, George | Heaselden, Samuel | Hickson, John | Howard, Edward | James, Gavin | James, Jane | Jaudon, Paul | Jones, Samuel | Keels, John | Kelty, John | Leger, John | Lowry, John | Matthews, Isaac | McBride, James | McClam, Solomon | McCollister, John | McConnell, George | McConnell, James | McCormick, Patrick | McCrea, Thomas | McDonald, William | McElroy, William | McIlveen, William | McKee, Elizabeth | McKee, Joseph | McMurray, John | Michau, Paul Sr. | Moore, William | Mouzon, Susanna | Mouzon, Suzannah | Nesmith, Samuel | Owens, Lucy | Owens, Stephen | Paisley, Hannah | Patterson, Jannet | Presley, John | Price, Henry | Rhoddus, Solomon | Rogers, Thomas | Scott, Jennett | Scott, John | Smith, Abner | Snowdon, Samuel | Stretch, Mary | Strong, Samuel | Turner, Benjamin | Walsh, Francis | Watson, Andrew | Watson, Sarah | Wilson, Samuel | Wilson, Samuel Sr. | Witherspoon, Elizabeth | Witherspoon, Gavin | Witherspoon, Robert | Zuill, James

Indexes to Probate Records

  • Index to Williamsburg County Will Book A (1802-1820)
  • Index to Williamsburg County Will Book B (1827-1840)
  • Index to Williamsburg County Will Book C (1820-1841)
  • Index to Williamsburg County Will Book D (1842-1854)


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Transcript of Williamsburg County Will Book B (1827-1840)

Testators: Barr, George | Barr, Jane Sr. | Barrett, Agness | Bennett, Henry | Bennett, Robert | Bird, Joel | Britton, Benjamin | Britton, Thomas | Brockinton, William | Brown, Mary | Cade, Robert | Cantey, Joseph | Cockfield, Joseph | Cockfield, Josiah | Daniel, James | Dickey, Catherine | Epps, Daniel | Folly, James | Fulmore, John | Frierson, Robert | Frierson, William | Gamble, James Sr. | Gordon, Benjamin | Graham, Charles | Graham, Elizabeth | Graham, John | Graham, Sarah | Johnson, Jacob | Keels, George | Keels,Isaac | Knox, Samuel | Lesesne, Charles | Lifrages, William Sr. | Lister, Robert | Lowrey, Robert | McCants, Ann | McClary, David | McClary, John | McConnell, George | McConnell, Thomas | McConnell, William | McCotry, Mary | McCrea, Thomas | McCutchen, Thomas | McGill, Elizabeth | McKinsey, Daniel | Montgomery, John | Murphy, Archibald | Murphy, Jane | Nessmith, Robert | Owens, Sealy | Paisley, Hugh | Pressley, James | Presley, William | Singletary, John | Singleton, Sarah | Singleton, Thomas Sr. | Speights, Evander | Steele, Thomas | Steele, Thomas | Strong, Ann | Ward, James | Wilson, Elizabeth McGill | Wilson, Mary | Wooddy, John

Transcripts of Williamsburg County Will Book C (1820-1841)

Testators: Belin, John | Blake, James | Brockinton, Martha | Campbell, James | Eddy, Samuel | Ferdon, Joanna | Gibson, James | Graham, William | James, Elizabeth | James, Gavin | James, John | Johnson, William Sr. | McConnell, Rachel | McCutchens, George Sr. | McDaniel, James | Montgomery, John | Nessmith, Lemuel | Parsons, Martin | Perritt, Ann | Spring, Robert | Staggers, Martin | Sutton, Robert | Watson, John | Wilson, Elizabeth

Transcripts of Williamsburg County Will Book D (1842-1854)

Testators: Barr, Jannet | Barrineau, Margaret | Bennett, Samuel | Braveboy, Morris | Brockinton, John | Brown, Abner | Brown, William | Brown, William Sr. | Buford, William | Campbell, Archable | Carter, William | Chandler, Hannah | Cockfield, W. W. | Connell, R. E. | Douglass, Elizabeth | Eaddy, Edward | Ellis, Mary | Epps, Martha | Feagin, Richardson | Ferdon, William | Gamble, James | Gamble, William | Gibson, George | Graham, James | Graham, Susannah | Green, George | Hanna, Hugh | Hanna, William | Hicks, Jesse Sr. | Jolly, Susanna | Lesesne, Francis | Lowry, Sarah | Matthews, John | McAlister, John | McCrea, Esther | McClam, Bryant | McCutchen, Hugh | McCutchen, Mary Baxter | McElveen, Joseph | McFadden, James | McGill, Mary Ann | McGill, Mary Ann (2) | Montgomery, James | Montgomery, Samuel | Morris, Robert | Morris, Robert (2) | Mouzon, Samuel | Oliver, Peter | Paisley, Jennet | Pendergrass, Sarah | Perdrian, Ann | Perdrian, John | Pressley, Mary | Rogers, John | Salters, Sarah | Singletary, Samuel | Stone, Leonard | Strong, Robert | Wilson, David | Young, Martha

Names of Families in Williamsburg County South Carolina Wills and Estates

Williamsburg Court House

In 1730 Governor Robert Johnson was ordered by King George to develop the back country of the Carolina Province. The townships were to consist of 20,000 acres. The township was named after William of Orange. The first settlement was in 1732 when a colony of forty Scots-Irish led by Roger Gordon came up the river by boat and settled the region. Early Settlers: John Witherspoon, Patrick Cormack, William James Cooper, George Burrows and Samuel Bradshaw.

1918 Fashions

1918 dress-style 1918 dress-style 1918 Voile Dresses 1918 Gipsy Girdle 1918 hats 1918 ladies hats 1918 strawhat
During the World War I, Americans wore stylish clothes. As the battle wore on and hardships were prevalent, food stamps were issued and the ladies donated flour sacks to the cause, also using the sacks to make dresses.