Marlboro County
South Carolina Genealogy Trails

Transcribed by Dena Whitesell for Genealogy Trails

A History of Marlboro County : With Traditions and Sketches of Numerous Families
By Thomas, J. A. W.
Atlanta, Ga.:  Foote & Davies Co., 1897
 

   Front matter ; pages: 1-1   

   Title page ; pages: 2-5   

   Non-Indexed Pages #1 ; pages: 6-6   

   Contents ; pages: 7-10   

   Introduction ; pages: 11-14  

   Chapter I. Marlboro County ; pages: 15-19

   Chapter II. First Early Settlers ; pages: 20-25   

   Chapter III. Evans, and Other Families ; pages: 26-31  

   Chapter IV. Other Early Settlers ; pages: 32-37

   Chapter V. Other Brownsville Families ; pages: 38-45  

   Chapter VI. Pearson Family, and Others ; pages: 46-50   

   Chapter VII. Industrial Affairs of the Early Settlers ; pages: 51-59   

   Chapter VIII. The family of Col. Kolb and some of their neighbors ; pages: 60-64

   Chapter IX. Revolution Drawing Nigh ; pages: 65-71  

   Chapter X. Several Old Families ; pages: 72-77   

   Chapter XI. Progress of Revolutionary Sentiment ; pages: 78-84  

  Chapter XII. Thomas Parker and Others ; pages: 85-94  

   Chapter XIII. Progress of Revolution ; pages: 95-99  

   Chapter XIV. Traditions from Col. John Covington ; pages: 100-104   

   Chapter XV. Operations on Pee Dee, 1781. Col. Kolb ; pages: 105-113  

  Chapter XVI. Bishop Gregg ; pages: 114-116

   Chapter XVII. A Chapter of Traditions and Recollections of Mr. Alfred Parish ; pages: 117-120  

   Chapter XVIII. After the Revolution ; pages: 121-127  

   Chapter XIX. Prominent Men after the Revolution ; pages: 128-131   

   Chapter XX. Members of the Legislature and Other Officers ; pages: 132-136   

 Chapter XXI. Scottish Settlers. McColls and McLaurins ; pages: 137-143

   Chapter XXII. Clio ; pages: 144-151   

   Chapter XXIII. Scottish settlers ; pages: 152-159   

Chapter XXIV. The Old Court House ; pages: 160-166  

   Chapter XXV. The Removal of the Court-house to Bennettsville ; pages: 167-170  

   Chapter XXVI. Bennettsville ; pages: 171-180  

   Chapter XXVII. Brightsville ; pages: 181-189   

   Chapter XXVIII. Blenheim ; pages: 190-192  

   Chapter XXIX. The Confederate War ; pages: 193-227   

   Chapter XXX. Early Ministers ; pages: 228-231   

   Chapter XXXI. Churches--Baptist ; pages: 232-240  

   Chapter XXXII. Methodist Churches ; pages: 241-257  

   Chapter XXXIII. Presbyterian Churches ; pages: 258-262   

   Chapter XXXIV. McColl ; pages: 263-268  

Chapter XXXV. Adamsville ; pages: 269-273

   Chapter XXXVI. Educational Matters ; pages: 274-278  

Chapter XXXVII. The Colored People ; pages: 279-283  

   Chapter XXXVIII. 1886 ; pages: 284-285   

   Chapter XXXIX. Down on the Twentieth Century ; pages: 286-292


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