2 edition of Records in the British Public Record Office relating to South Carolina found in the catalog.
Records in the British Public Record Office relating to South Carolina
Great Britain. Public Record Office
|Statement||Indexed by A. S. Salley, jr|
|Contributions||Sainsbury, William Noel, 1825-1895, Salley, A. S. 1871-1961|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 v. ;|
South Carolina Criminal Records contain an individual's entire criminal history record in South Carolina. Criminal Records include South Carolina arrests, arrest warrants, search warrants, filed criminal charges, court convictions and sentencing for criminal offenses. These records relate to the lords proprietors' governance of North and South Carolina, and comprise correspondence, commissions, instructions, financial accounts, minutes of meetings of the proprietary board, a few statutes, and the like. Includes several items relating to proprietary government in the Bahama Islands.
These 10 Really Crazy World Records Are Held In South Carolina. Obtaining a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records is always beyond exciting and creates quite a story for the rest of us to tell. South Carolina is not without those record holders. We can claim everything from a record-breaking pepper to the fastest golf cart ever to run. Woodward, Henry. Letter to Sir John Yeamans 10 September Microfilm copy of original in the British Public Records Office. Accessed in Transcripts of Records in the British Public Record Office Relating to South Carolina, Volumes 1 ‐5, ‐ S South Carolina Department of Archives and History, Columbia, South Carolina.
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Entry Book. Secretary of State's entry book of in. Records in the British Public Record Office relating to South Carolina by Great Britain. Public Record Office,Historical Commission of South Carolina edition, in English.
Great Britain. Public Record Office. Records in the British Public Record Office relating to South Carolina. [Columbia]: Historical Commission of South Carolina, (Atlanta: Foote & Davies Co.) (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: William Noel Sainsbury; A S Salley; Great Britain.
Public Record Office. Great Britain. Public Record Office. Records in the British Public Record Office relating to South Carolina, .
Atlanta, Ga., Printed for the Historical Commission of South Carolina by Foote & Davies Co., (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: William Noel Sainsbury; A S Salley; Great Britain.
Records in the British Public Record Office Relating to South Carolina, Great Britain. Public Record Office. Columbia, S.C.: South Carolina Department of the Archives and History, MIC FLM F G73X 12 reels. 35 mm. SCOPE: The Public Record Office is the national archives of Great Britain, the repository for official documents.
Records in the British Public Record Office relating to South Carolina, by Great Britain. Public Record Office,South Carolina Archives Dept. edition, Microform in English - Microfilm ed. Consists of transcripts from selected documents in the British Public Records office, relating to colonial affairs.
Transcripts made by W. Noel Sainsbury. Collection described in: Records in the British Public Records Office relating to South Carolina, / Helen Craig Carson. Includes indexes. A guide to these records is Helen C. Carson, Records in the British Public Records Office Relating to South Carolina, (Columbia, South Carolina: South Carolina Department of Archives and History, ; Family History Library book A1 #55).
Shipping lists for South Carolina microfilm reels (includes partial reel) (Reproduction for publication requires permission of the British Public Record Office) B Great Britain. Board of Trade.
Original South Carolina correspondence from the governors and others microfilm reels. B Great Britain. The National Archives is open, offering a limited service. All visits must be booked in advance – see our news story for details.
Microfilm copy of original in the British Public Records Office. Accessed in Transcripts of Records in the British Public Record Office Relating to South Carolina, VolumesS South Carolina Department of Archives and History, Columbia, South Carolina.
Transcription from South Carolina Historical Society. The Shaftsbury. Inthe Public Record Office and the Historical Manuscripts Commission combined and formed the National Archives of Great Britain.
Scope and Content Note This collection consists of a microfilm copy of records pertaining to colonial South Carolina held by the National Archives in Great Britain. SC Department of Archives and History. Parklane Road. Columbia, SC Topics relating to North Carolina include the French and Indian War, the prelude to the American Revolution, and debts owed British merchants in the post-war period.
Gifts and Deposits. Cornwallis Papers (microfilm and copies) The papers of Charles, Lord Cornwallis. The North Carolina items all relate to the Revolutionary War in the south. Browse by Public Record Category. There are two types of public records: 1) personal public records that document major life milestones such as birth certificates, death certificates, divorce records, and marriage records, etc.; and 2) government records that are made public such as property tax records, recorded land records, voter records, crime data, jail inmate records, and court records.
South Carolina public records were created from as far back as the year and usually include information from the state’s 46 counties, thereby ensuring South Carolina abides by the commitment of the United States of America to remain a fair and just society for all.
Further, as digitization has become the standard over the last 30 years. (Record Group 93) cu. Overview of Records Locations Table of Contents ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY GENERAL RECORDS (bulk ) lin.
Federal records State records RECORDS RELATING TO MILITARY ORGANIZATION AND SERVICE (bulk ) 2, lin. RECORDS RELATING. The Gale Microform collection is one of the world's largest microform archives of exclusive primary source materials in fields of study that include the humanities, social sciences, and international news.
About British Government Records: This small collection consists primarily of British copies of South Carolina-created records or copies of British records with information relating to the state's colonial history and government, participation in the American Revolution, and to figures prominent in early South Carolina history and government.
Textual Records (in Atlanta): South Carolina District Court sequestration case files and related records,with a docket. Miscellaneous records, RECORDS OF THE OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF WAR Textual Records: Letters and telegrams sent, Letters and telegrams received,with index.South Carolina Public Records are any documents that are available for public inspection and retrieval in SC.
There are many different types of records, including South Carolina birth records, criminal records, and business records. Many Public Records are available at local County Clerks, Recorders, and Assessors Offices.Official Website of Lancaster County, South Carolina.
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