Newberry County, South Carolina
 Death Index and Misc. Death Notices



1850 Mortality Index

1860 Mortality Index

1870 Mortality Index



1915 Deaths

1916 Deaths

1917 Deaths

1918 Deaths

1919 Deaths

1920 Deaths

1921 Deaths


Miscellaneous Death Certificates

Death Returns 1885 - 1898


 Misc. Deaths Notices -- The Lutheran Observer and The Southern Lutheran from 1852-1864 


 Certificate of Death

1915

1916

1917

South Carolina State law required the recording of deaths in 1915.  Death certificates were created to record deaths in South Carolina in compliance with state law and to better serve public health needs. They were also used in connection with the probate of wills and the administration of estates.

Information pertaining to death is reliable; including death, name of the attending physician or attending medical professional, name and address of the funeral home used, and the exact date and place of burial. Other information is dependent upon the reliability of the informant. Copies of Death Certificates can be obtained through writing, from the South Carolina Department of Archives and History.

 


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