Petitions and decrees in summary process, 1800-1868

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Columbia, South Carolina : Filmed by the South Carolina Department of Archives and History, 1996-1997
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Microfilm of original records at the South Carolina Department of Archives and History, Columbia, South Carolina.

"This series consists of the original papers of record in minor civil cases tried in summary jurisdiction (without a jury). Information includes roll number; names of parties and attorneys; cause of action; amount and kind of judgment; costs assessed; kind of execution; amount decreed; interest; date the sheriff's service was proved before the court; and sheriff's costs. Original case rolls from 1841-1849 are not extant. Summarized information about these cases can be found in Abstracts of Decrees in Summary Process, 1840-1860. '' South Carolina Department of Archives and History.

South Carolina Department of Archives and History: Record Group no. 000019, .L 19051



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