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Sumter County, South Carolina

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  • Esau Broadway (c.1799 - c.1839)
    From Joseph Vick of Lower Parish, Isle of Wight County, Virginia and His Descendants, vol. I: pp 164-169 Vll. MARY COOPER, b. ca. 1796 in Davidson County, North Carolina; d. November 1907 in Concord...
  • Sarah Martha Jane Grier (1822 - 1883)
    From Conflict on death date between Obit and stone. OBITUARY Southern Christian Advocate 14 July. 1883 Vol. 46, #26 Page: 164, Col.: 4 Transcribed on 2/26/2008 by James D. Munnerlyn GRIER,—Sarah Ma...
  • John McFaddin (bef.1755 - aft.1820)
    A Patriot of the American Revolution for SOUTH CAROLINA (SOLDIER). DAR Ancestor # : A205024 DAR proven child: Samuel m. Elizabeth P. X
  • James Dickey (1764 - 1798)
    From the DAR: DICKEY, JAMESAncestor #: A033712 Service: SOUTH CAROLINA Rank(s): PATRIOTIC SERVICE, PRIVATE Birth: 10-21-1764 SOUTH CAROLINA Death: 12-4-1798 SUMTER DIST SOUTH CAROLINA Service Descript...
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    Lenore Dickey McFadden (1772 - 1865)
    “Leah” Lenoir McFaddin BIRTH 9 Oct 1772 South Carolina, USA DEATH 29 Jan 1865 (aged 92) Sumter County, South Carolina, USA BURIAL Durant - New Harmony Cemetery Gable, Clarendon County, South Carolina,...

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Sumter County was created from Clarendon, Claremont and Salem Counties as Sumter District in 1798, named after General Thomas Sumter, and became effective in 1800. When the home of Sumter District's clerk of records burnt in 1801, the formative records of the three predecessor counties were also destroyed in the conflagration. So documentary evidence that the three counties were within St. Mark's Parish (formed in 1757 from Prince Frederick's Parish, Craven County) in Camden District (formed 1769) derives from family genealogies and legislative records.

The Battle of Dingle's Mill, April 9, 1865, was an American Civil War battle that took place near Sumterville, Sumter County, South Carolina.

It is the home of Shaw AFB, headquarters to the 9th Air Force, AFCENT, United States Army Central, with a number of other tenant units. It is one of largest bases in the USAF's Air Combat Command.

Adjacent Counties

Cities, Towns & Communities

Cane Savannah | Cherryvale | Dalzell | East Sumter | Horatio | Lakewood | Mayesville | Millwood | Mulberry | Oakland | Oswego | Pinewood | Privateer | Rembert | Shiloh | South Sumter | Stateburg | Sumter (County Seat) | Wedgefield

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