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Georgetown County, South Carolina

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  • nationalhumanitiescenter.org
    William Fairbush, II (1703 - d.)
    Family Search notes William died in Camden, Kershaw District. No source is given. Source needed for birth and death. William Fairbush was the 1st husband of Bridget Screven, that much is known. Th...
  • Henry P Kirton (deceased)
    illegal trafficking of slaves, sold inherited land with 11 slaves below market value (to his brother Samuel?). 1845 1981 Three Rivers Historical Society Extract Marion County Equity Rolls #142, #143, p...
  • Pvt. Thomas Kirton, Sr. (c.1720 - 1799)
    Lived in Marion County / Craven County, South Carolina Name? What is the source that his first name was William? Every record I find from census to land records states only Thomas. Also for son. N...
  • Philip Kirton (deceased)
    probable CCR5-delta32 Land Earliest documentation I've seen in South Carolina is for a Phillip Kirton in 1747, as his name appears as the owner of adjoining property on a plat in what is now Mario...
  • Mary Elizabeth Lewis (1705 - 1755)
    Not a known child of Colonel John 'Councillor' Lewis & Elizabeth Lewis Reference: Ancestry Genealogy - SmartCopy : Dec 18 2017, 0:36:35 UTC

Please add profiles of those who were born, lived or died in Georgetown County, South Carolina.

Official Website

The county was founded in 1769. It is named for George III of England.

Adjacent Counties

Cities, Towns & Communities

  • Andrews (part)
  • Belle Isle
  • DeBordieu
  • Garden City (part)
  • Georgetown (County Seat)
  • Graves
  • Hemingway (part)
  • Hopewell (part)
  • Kensington
  • Litchfield Beach
  • Maryville
  • Murrells Inlet
  • North Santee
  • Oatland
  • Pawleys Island
  • Plantersville
  • Pleasant Hill
  • Prince George
  • Sampit
  • Sandy Island
  • Spring Gully
  • Yauhannah

Links

Wikipedia

Nat'l Reg. of Hist. Places

Waccamaw Nat'l Wildlife Refuge (part)

Hot and Hot Fish Club