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- County Formation Maps
from Southeastern Genealogy Online.
- From Univ. of Alabama Historical Map Index:
- From American Memory at Library of Congress:
- From the SC USGenWeb maps page (more good maps here):
- USGenWeb Digital Map Library for North Carolina. NC, SC, GA 1835.
- From the Battle of Camden website maps page:
- Excellent copies of all maps in Robert Mills' 1825 SC Atlas (most surveyed around 1820) may be found with the Yahoo search.
- Approximate boundaries of Tryon Co. NC at its formation in 1768 two-thirds of which was in presentday SC. including all or parts of presentday Spartanburg, Cherokee, York, Lancaster, Greenville, Laurens, Union, Newberry and Chester Counties. The state border dispute was resolved in 1772.
- From Phil Norfleet's South Carolina Loyalists and Rebels maps page:
- 96 District SC, its four different areas from 1769 until
1800 ( Area inside blue lines, all maps ). AniMap note.
- 1769, as originally formed, compared to
- 1786, with present Greenville Co. area
added, compared to modern counties.
- 1789, with areas of present Oconee,
Anderson, and Pickens Cos. added, compared to modern counties.
- 1791, its final size until eliminated,
compared to modern counties.
- Edgefield District SC as formed in 1785
(and as county in 1868) until 1871, shown in relation to modern
counties McCormick, Greenwood, Saluda, Aiken, and Edgefield counties.
- Abbeville District/County SC from the Descendents of William Ashley website.
- Pendleton County/District
- "First shape". Formed as a county in
1789 as part of 96
District. Colored areas indicate location of modern counties of
Oconee, Pickens and
Anderson). In 1791, became county in Washington District. In 1800,
Pendleton became an
- "Second shape". In 1817, Pendleton,
now a "district",
gained the remainder of present Oconee and Pickens counties from Indian
land. As above, the
colored areas indicate location of modern counties of Oconee,
Pickens, and Anderson.
In 1826, ceased to be and became Anderson County and Pickens County
(which later was divided
into Pickens and Oconee counties). AniMap
- Horse Shoe Bend in Chauga River, near Westminster in Oconee Co. SC. Why
my ancestor was called "Horse Shoe Robertson. Follow the road from the
"pin" about an inch s.w. It is a wonder he wasn't called "Hairpin
Robertson"! He lived there from about 1790 to 1822. His house (at the
pin) still stands and is in use. We build 'em good!
- From Godbold Cousins website:
- From the Marion Co. SC USGenWeb page:
- From the Marlborough County USGenweb website maps page (see other good maps here):
- From the Spartanburg Co. SC USGenWeb website:
- From the Sumter Co. SC USGenWeb page:
- From the York Co. SC USGenWeb page:
- From the Farris Files maps page:
- Hargrett Collection, U. of GA:
Grant's table showing formation dates of SC counties from his reference
page. Click "back" to return here.
from Virginia Great Wagon Road & Wilderness Road, PA, VA, NC, SC,
1783, plus informative articles.
- NC, SC and
GA 1835 Large (213K) from Thomas Bradford atlas published in
Boston. From The Maps Our
Ancestors Followed A TNGenWeb genealogy history project.
- From Pam Rietsch's 1895 Atlas site
- From Univ. of Texas Library South Carolina maps.
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