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- 1. [SCWILLIA] Henry SMITH, abt 1786- 1833 Williamsburg District 
I'm trying to locate information on a Henry SMITH.
He was born about 19 June 1786 and died 23 August 1833 in Williamsburg
His parents are unknown to me.
He would marry Ann TYLER, whose parents were Benjamin and Jane TYLER of
Henry and Ann, had several children, one who was Margaret, born 22 Sep 1812
Thanks in advance for any tips, leads to follow or information,
Fairfax Co, VA
- 2. [SCWILLIA] Young Ancestors... 
- Does anyone have any YOUNG ancestors from Williamsburg and Florence
Counties? I and stuck and would like to compare notes.
- 3. Re: [SCWILLIA] Henry SMITH, abt 1786- 1833 Williamsburg District 
- Dear Keith,
I know how frustrating it can be to come to dead ends when you're searching.
I'm sending a page from a document that has a mention of Henry Smith. I've
found this publication to have added to my knowledge of Williamsburg County
Hope this helps.
[mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Keith Bean
Sent: Monday, January 28, 2008 1:00 PM
Subject: [SCWILLIA] Henry S
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- 10. Carver's Bay 
- I believe Carver's Bay, was in Georgetown County in 1920. Could somebody
please tell me the county it was in 1870 and 1900? I sure appreciate the
help. If you could please tell the same for Murrells Inlet.
- 11. Re: George Anderson and David Wilson 
- Thanks Kathy. May have to check out the Sarah Martin and William S.
- 12. Re: John Crosby of LakeTownship, williamsburg/Kennedy's Chas. SC 
- The only kennedy's I know, are from Charleston SC. I don't have an email
address for them. They are relatives of mine. The father was Marion
Beatrice, Gloria, Jack, and Tobey.
- 13. Re: SCWILLIA-D Digest V00 #97 
- There is some information on Braveboy surname in Boddie's "History of
- 14. Finding Townships 
- Is there a listing of the townships within a county at any given time
period? If somebody could refer me to a source I sure would appreciate it.
I am looking at two different year census of the same county buy they do not
list the same townships. I am wondering what happened to them. Thanks so
- 15. Re: David D. Wilson & Family 
- Thanks, every bit helps. I know he was quite prominent in Williamsburg,
served in the SC senate. Does anyone have the 1860 Census for Williamsburg
Co.? Looking for George Pressley Anderson and David D. Wilson and his
- 16. Re: Social Security message 
- Your right, I didn't catch it until I read your message, which came after
In the future, I will be more receptive.
- 17. George Anderson and David Wilson 
- I have the 1850 census and it has George Anderson age 29 with wife Amelia 28 with children Mary(9),
Caroline(6), and Sarah(1). He is listed as a farmer.
In the 1850 census it also hasDavid D. Wilson age 60 with Sarah G. (44), Samuel E.(14), Mary E.(9),
Franklin N.(5), Margaret J. (3), Francis M.(12), Sarah B. Martin (18) and William S. McConnell(23).
Two dwellings from that David is David E. Wilson (31) with Julian(2) and Mary H.(2/12).
Hope this will help.
- 18. David D. Wilson & Family 
- Willing to share information on the ancestors and descendants of David D.
Wilson (1790-1868). We are descendants of his daughter Margaret Gotea
Wilson, by second wife Sarah Britton. Margaret married Captain George
Pressley Anderson who attended Furman Univ. from 1856-1859. I am wondering
if he could have come to Williamsburg to teach school. Have not yet found
him on the 1860 census. Any help/advise? Thanks in California, Janyce
- 19. Re: SCWILLIA-D Digest V00 #97 
- In a message dated 5/7/00 11:52:54 AM Central Daylight Time,
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- 20. Re: ??Township 
- In a message dated 5/17/2000 7:48:09 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
> Township Johnsonville was in; in 1900 and 1920?
Ginger, I believe that Johnsonville was in the Williamsburg census through
1920. Johnson Township. [All of present Florence Co. south of Lynches River
- 21. ??Township 
- Could somebody tell me what township Johnsonville was in; in 1900 and 1920?
I am trying to look up the on the census to find my family members and it is
so long, it sure would be nice to be able to narrow my search down. Is
there a place where I could find this information? Thanks so much!!!
- 22. Re: ??Township + Willamsburg County 
- During the census years mentioned, Williamsburg County was in Penn Township.
- 23. Re: John Crosby of LakeTownship, williamsburg/Kennedy's Chas. SC 
- thanks I think my kennedy was born in Florence marion area...but I am looking
for my crosby line ....Angel
Thank you so much! Angel Turner Dreamsicklemom@cs.com
Researching Adams, Boston, Caldwell, Carson, Caulder, Crosby, Coward, Cox,
Fountain, Hutchinson, Hyatt,Jackson, Kennedy, Lowder, Marchant, Mallard,
McKissick, Nettles,Padgett, Palston, Poston, Powell,Rice, Rogers, Stone,
Surles, Turner, Waldrop, White, &Young
- 24. John Crosby of LakeTownship, williamsburg 
- I am looking for information on a John Crosby born feb 1854...he was married
twice 1st time to carrie Kennedy and the second time to a mary....in the 1900
census it shows John living with a mary born June 1864, Lily born feb 1882,
Nellie born may 1884, claudia born June 1888, and Anna born 1898....I decend
from claudia...she married a Liston Diston Poston of marion,SC...please
respond if any of this sounds familar...thanks
Researching Adams, Boston, Caldwell, Carson, Caulder, Cro
- 25. South Carolina Reserve Units - 1861 thru 1865 
- The only units covered by this site are South Carolina Infantry units.
Also has information about Columbia Military Prison AKA Camp Sorghum and
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