Pickens County Genealogy
In 1828 Pickens County was formed from the Penleton District. This area had been Cherokee Indian territory prior to the Revolutionary War. The county was named for a Revolutionary War soldier, Brigadier General Andrew Pickens. The courthouse town of Pickens was established on the Keowee River. Oconee County was formed from Pickens in 1868 and too the location of the courthouse. A new courthouse was built within the confines of Pickens county and many residents of old Pickens relocated with their dismantled/reconstructed homes. Textiles have been a prominent product of Pickens County.
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Looking for info. on Berl Ferguson (b.Nov. 1851). Wife, Julia A.Ferguson (b.Sept. 1857), Son Barney L. (b.April 1883)
Living in Oconee County in 1900 Census
Looking for any information regarding the Ashley and Dunbar Family they are tied to my Family Lishe. Towns of interest in the County of Barnwell are Dunbarton, Myer Mills, Richland, Bennett Springs, Red Oak, Silverton. Lish Family are also connected to Owens, Green, Collins, Anderson, Tool, Sanders and Willis.
Rita L Hampton
Looking for birth records on Edmund Hodges who was born in 1776 in Marlboro County and is son of Isham/Isom Hodges.
Looking for information on family of Isham Hodges who died in 1798.
Wills and court documents would be appreciated
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NOTICE OF SALE
Pickens County Courier
William Henry Baglan a/k/a William H. Baglan and Catherine Marie Baglan a/k/a Cathernine Baglan, I, R. Murray Hughes, Esquire, as Special Referee for Pickens County, will sell on September 2, 2014, at 11:00 am, at the Pickens County Courthouse, 214 E.
Bank of America, NA, Plaintiff, -vs- Rees Timmerman Mitchell, TP Looper, and …
Pickens County Courier
All that certain piece, parcel or lot of land, lying and being in Pickens County, South Carolina, being shown and described as Lot 47, on plat entitled The Reserve at Lake Keowee, Nicklaus Golf Court Lots, A Portion of âSection E,â Lots 11 thru 27 and …
PASS scores remain flat in Pickens County
âLast year, the questions on the SC PASS test were aligned not just to previous South Carolina standards, but also to the Common Core standards in English and Math,â said Dr. Danny Merck, superintendent. âBecause of that change, scores from 2013 and …
Pickens County news briefs
4 at the Fran Hanson Discovery Center at the SC Botanical Gardens, 150 Discovery Lane, Clemson. Join naturalist Patrick McMillan to observe a peak time for migration in the garden. Bring binoculars and field guides, and dress for the weather. Cost is $30.
Upstate agencies acquire military surplus
Think Pickens County and images of the Jocassee Gorges, Table Rock and Clemson University come to mind. Shorelines beside three mountain lakes. A crime rate much lower than the state average. Not the kind of place that would need a mine-resistant …