By Alexander S. Salley, Jr.
The History of Orangeburg County, South Carolina, From its First Settlement to the Close of the Revolutionary War. Included are transcriptions of births, marriages, and deaths from the Giessendanner records, from 1737 to 1761, probably the most complete church records kept in the Province of South Carolina for the period covered. [Index scanned 21/Mar/2005]
Names in this searchable index include Abecklin, Aberly, Acker, Alder, Aldridge, Alexander, Allison, Alston, Amaker, Amherst, Anding, Andrews, Anerum, Annis, Anthony, Appenzel, Arant, Argrove, Armstrong, Arthur, Ashby, Atkinson, Ax, Bachman, Bachrden, Bacot, Badenhop, Bailey, Baird, Baker, Baldrick, Baldridge, Ballentine, Ballew, Balmarin, Balrdidge, Balziger, Bamrick, Barber, Barker, Barklow, Barnwell, Barr, Barrie, Barrin, Barry, Barwick, Baumgartner, Beames, Beard, Beck, Bee, Beltzer, Bently, Berne, Bernheim, Berry, Berwick, Biddys, Biegelmann, Bieman, Biggin, Binsky, Blake, Bodening, Bollerin, Bolzius, Bond, Bonnell, Bonnetheau, Booser, Booth, Bossart, Bowers, Bowie, Bowman, Boy, Boykin, Brady, Brant, Bress, Brewton, Brick, Brickel, Bright, Brimstone, Bringolt, Brood, Brown, Bruce, Bruderer, Bruel, Brunner, Brunson, Buchanan, Buester, Bull, Bunch, Buph, Burckhard, Burdell, Burgin, Burns, Burrows, Buser, Bush, Busk, Bustrin, Butcher, Butler, Cain, Caldwell, Calhoun, Callyhon, Calvert, Cameron, Cammel, Campbell, Cantey, Cape, Carmichael, Carney, Cars, Carse, Carter, Caswell, Cattel, Chambers, Chanler, Charlton, Charnock, Chatterton, Cheavy, Chestnut, Chevilette, Clarke, Clarry, Clatworthy, Clausand, Clayton, Clement, Clements, Clemmons, Clinton, Collins, Conner, Cook.
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