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Re: O'Cain in South Carolina
Posted by: Max O'Cain Date: January 01, 2001 at 13:37:45
In Reply to: Re: O'Cain in South Carolina by bill ocain of 123

I live outside of Camden, SC (about 10 miles). I've found reference to John, Daniel and Louisa O'Cain before 1800 at the Kershaw County Court House in Camden (land granted to John in 1797 and a will from Louisa in 1805). No signs of a George, or any O'Cains after about 1810 in Kershaw County (until my dad moved here in the mid-50's), but I'm still looking. If you've got more info about the Camden, SC angle, let me know and I'll try to dig around for you.


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