Combined alphabetical index, 1695-1925 : consolidated index & spindex

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
[S.l. : s.n., 199-]
19 microfilm reels ; 16 mm.


Microreproduction of original manuscript at the South Carolina Department of Archives and History, Columbia, South Carolina. c1992.

Among other records, this title indexes land and property, court, tax (1824 only) & Revolutionary War records.

Annotations included with names/localities in the consolidated index.

In 1 instance the library found material running to 1931.

"The combined Alphabetical Index is a computer-generated microfilm finding aid to thirty early record series held either in the original or on microfilm by the South Carolina Department of Archives and History"--1st prelim. page.

Within the consolidated index, personal, corporate & locality names may have related names indented under them. The library has found that these subset names will also appear in their regular alphabetical position in the index. When in the subset position, however, they are in chronological order under their related name or locality. The spindex only lists the names once without any other data and lists the number of times the name, categorized as key word (key phrase?), appears. The spindex is found only on the last 2 rolls of film.

Reference numbers are given for each entry in the consolidated index so that patrons may order photocopies of the original documents.



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