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Welch records in Sumter District and other areas of South Carolina

[Brian E. (Gene) Welch]
Welch, Brian E., 1942- (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
Columbia, South Carolina : B.E. Welch, c1995
v. : ill., coats of arms, facsims., msps, ports.

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Contents: v. 1. Where did they come from? South Carolina chronology. Military records on our South Carolinians. Welch's on federal South Carolina census reports from 1790 to 1860. Deeds of Sumter District. Equity records and wills. Death certificates and cemetery records. Special feathures section. Records on Welch and allied families: Records on Elenora R. Welch. Records on Henry Welch. Records on Richard Welch. Records on Robert J. Welch. Allied family of Pigate & Mott. Allied family of Ward. Welch family of Newberry County. William Welch family of Lancaster & Kersham Counties. William Alexander Hamilton Welch of Williamsburg County. Records of John Rushing Welsh of Chesterfield County. North Carolina vertical file. Records of James Welch of Marlboro County. Smith Data. Our family lineage in Sumter District --

Welch families of South Carolina with special emphasis on the author's ancestors and relatives in the Sumter District.

Alex L. Welch was born ca. 1860 in Sumter County, South Carolina. He and his wife, Emily Octavia Robinson, had three children, 1884-1891. He and his wife probably died in the early 1900s. Most descendants listed lived in South Carolina.

Includes the Driggers, Floyd, McElveen, Pigate, Pryor, Welborn and other related families.

Includes indexes.

Library has vol. 1 only.

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