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LAURENS COUNTY
SOUTH CAROLINA
GENEALOGY


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Laurens County and its county seat, Laurens, were named for Revolutionary War leader Henry Laurens (1724-1792).
The county was established in 1785 as a part of Ninety Six District. This part of the state was settled primarily
by Scotch-Irish and English immigrants in the mid 1700's.

 
Laurens County SC
USGS GNIS Cemetery List

 
South Carolina
State Library
South Carolina
Counties Map
Some Laurens Co SC
Obituaries
Funeral Homes Laurens County South
Carolina Census
Stub entries to indents
issued in payment of claims
against South Carolina growing
out of the Revolution
Civil War Database,
National Park Service
 
Social Security Death
Index For Laurens Co
 
Online Records Index
South Carolina State Library
South Carolina Wills South Carolina wills and
other court records
Men of Mark in
South Carolina
Revolutionary War Records Southern Campaign Revolutionary
War Pension Statements
Roster of South Carolina
Patriots in the American Revolution.
Volume I, A-J
Roster of South Carolina
Patriots in the American Revolution.
Volume II, K-Z
Heroes and Patriots
Of The South
War of 1812 Index To
Pension Applications
War Of 1812
Records On Film
World War 1 Draft Registration
Cards - Lauren's Co. South Carolina, A-H
World War 1 Draft Registration
Cards - Lauren's Co. South Carolina, H-Z
Lauren's County South
Carolina on Family Search
South Carolina
Town Locater
South Carolina Census 1895 South Carolina
map, see Pam's Atlas
1840 Census of Pensioners
South Carolina is the
2nd state on the reel.
Index is on pg 102
 

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