The First Families Project
This is an on-going project to research and publish information on the first families of Spartanburg County, South Carolina. Today Spartanburg county has a population of 280,000.
This project focuses on the families who were in the area prior to 1800.
We have identified 1125 surnames making up the families living in Ninety-Six District in 1779.
This CDROM contains surname folders on all of these surnames. Some have just a few pages and others contain hundreds. Not all of the notes have connections to Spartanburg County, but the information is designed to help you research your family both before and after the family was in Spartanburg County.
Also included on the CDROM:
Colonial and Revolutionary History of "Upper" South Carolina By Dr. John B. O. Landrum
History of Spartanburg by Dr. John B. O. Landrum
Annals of Newberry Part 1
Annals of Newberry Part 2
A History of Edgefield County by John Chapman
History of South Carolina by David Ramsay
History of the Presbyterian Church in South Carolina by George Howe
Early Methodism in the Carolinas by Rev. A. M. Chreitzberg, D.D.
Men of Mark in South Carolina
Narratives of Early Carolina Early and current maps
Bibliography for additional research
by John C. Rigdon
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