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by Brent Holcomb

ePub Marriage and death notices from the (Charleston, South Carolina) Mercury, 1822-1832 download
Author:
Brent Holcomb
ISBN13:
978-0913363423
ISBN:
0913363421
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SCMAR; First Edition edition (2001)
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1951 kb
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We are like Rottentomatoes or Metacritic for books. We also do book giveaways. These notices of marriage and deaths are taken from the first newspaper in Upper South Carolina. They cover the entire state of . as well as from counties in Georgia and North Carolina. They contain a wealth of genealogical information in that they often give the parents of the bride, as well as former place of residence of those whose obituaries appear herein.

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