Cemeteries of Upper Colleton County, SC
contains 668 pages, indexed, with over 12, 000 names, six map sections
and many pictures involving 89 cemeteries of upper Colleton County - one
of the original three counties in South Carolina.
In addition to church histories, there are genealogies of and genealogical information on the following families: Benton, Bryan, Black, Breland, Carter, Fisk, Garris, Goodwin, Hiers, Johnston/Johnson, Kicklighter, Kinsey, May, Murdaugh, Padgett, Risher, Rizer, Smith, Smyly, Smoak, Stokes, Ulmer, Varn, Walker and Williams, as well as hundreds of allied families.
Included also are excerpts from the Reverand Richard Bryan's unpublished Journal (1795-1825).
The book carries the endorsement of the SC Genealogical Society and bears the seal of the SC American Revolution Bicentennial Commission.
668 pp, 6 x 9, 1993 $50.00
Colleton County, South Carolina - A History
of the First 160 Years (1670-1830) is the only history ever written
of Colleton County.
This book begins in 1670 with the first settlement in that area and ends with events leading up to the War Between the States. Over 270 pages contain heretofore unpublished material, such as the petition and signers for the incorporation of the village of "Walterborough", a 1780 plat of the village of "Jacksonborough", a tax list for 1733-1742, and jury lists for 1788-89 for Colleton County.
272 pp, 6 x 9, 1993 $50.00
All three books are still available from:
THE FLORENTINE PRESS
P. O. Box 705
Jacksonville, Florida 32201