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Re: Craven Co in SC?
Posted by: Sherri Sontag (ID *****9060) Date: July 10, 2005 at 15:01:25
In Reply to: Re: Craven Co in SC? by Jenny Smith of 942

Craven Co, SC Existed in the 1700's it no longer exists.
It was broken into several counties which include Present
day counties. From 1682-1785 Craven County included most of the SC Upcountry..(NORTH) At that time only Granville, Colleton, and Berkley Counties existed.
By 1776 The Upcountry was divided into Districts which included, 96 Dist, Camden , Cheraws, Orangeburg, Georgetown
& then from 1791-1799 Add Washington Dist and Pinckney Dist.
Counties in CRAVEN County now are York, Chester, Fairfield,
Lancaster, Richland, Claremont, Clarendon Williamsburg, Liberty, Darlington, Chesterfield, and Marlboro, Spartanburg, Union, Newberry etc.

Thanks Sherri


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