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Abstract of deed record : from MS record book in office of clerk of court, Laurens County

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Salt Lake City, Utah : Digitized by FamilySearch International, 2015


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Digital images of original published: Charleston, South Carolina : South Carolina Historical Records Survey, 1940. v.

11 v. in 2 ; 29x35 cm.

Binder's title: South Carolina, Laurens County, abstracts of deeds.

Titles vary. Abstract, deed books A and B, 1785-1788 and Abstract of deed record D, Laurens County, 1770-1793, compiled by James M. Clardy. Anne K. Gregorie, State Supervisor. Abstracts of deeds for years 1770 through 1821. Photocopies of typescripts. United States : s.n., 198-? .



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