OVER 181,000 RECORDS Search this index of will transcripts from the South Carolina Department of Archives and History website to discover your ancestor’s name as well as the year, location, document description, and names of others mentioned in the document.
Did your ancestors appear in legislative papers from South Carolina? These transcripts reveal the type of document their name appeared in, the nature of the document, its date and the names of any other individuals recorded.
Explore criminal court records from South Carolina, covering the years 1769 to 1944, to uncover the black sheep hiding in your family tree. Transcripts include the year, location, document type and description as well as the names of others mentioned in the court document.
Browse through transcriptions of monumental inscriptions captured from 260 parishes across Norfolk. A monumental inscription can reveal your ancestor’s residence, death date, age at death, and burial location.
Browse through the cemetery registers of Chadderton, Crompton, Failsworth, Greenacres, Hollinwood, Lees and Royton in the Metropolitan Borough of Oldham. The registers will reveal your ancestor’s age, residence, date of death and place of burial.
Our collection of brand new South Carolina Confederate Veterans contains a variety of notable soldiers including General Joseph Brevard Kershaw. Kershaw’s South Carolina infantry brigade saw some of the hardest fighting of the war. Kershaw and his men fought at the Battles of Fort Sumter, Bull Run and Gettysburg, among others.
Does your family tree have roots in the Channel Islands? Next week’s update features a variety of records from Jersey.
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We're delighted to announce our new Related Records feature, which makes it easier to find more census returns for your ancestors. From now on, after clicking into a census transcript scroll down below the household members list. If we have found other census returns we think your ancestor features in, they will be listed to the right of the census details. Simple.
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