How do I find old obituaries in South Carolina?

You can view them at the S. C. Department of Archives and History Reference Room, 8301 Parklane Road, Columbia, South Carolina 29223. Access to a microfiche index and microfilm of these deaths is available. You can find additional information on the SC Department of Archives and History website.

What happened in Hilton Head Island?

Eleven months after South Carolina seceded from the Union, the shots fired on Fort Sumter reverberated on Hilton Head Island. On November 7, 1861, the Island became the scene of the largest amphibious landing by U.S forces until D-Day, as more than 12,000 Union soldiers landed on the Island.

Who founded Beaufort SC?

The two most prominent men were Thomas Nairn on St. Helena Island and John Barnwell on Port Royal Island. These men were mainly responsible for founding the town of Beaufort in 1711.

Where can I find an obituary in Beaufort SC?

Simply browse the Beaufort’s obituaries listing you can find on this page or conduct a search on the web site with your loved one’s name. How much does it cost to publish an obituary in Beaufort ?

Where can I find the South Carolina Death Index?

South Carolina Death Records and Index, 1915-1965 from FamilySearch(free with registration; includes digitized images of the death records) South Carolina Death Index, 1915-1967(free)

Where did people die in South Carolina in 1870?

York County Library News and Obituary Index 1870 Census Mortality Schedule for Upstate South Carolinalists people who died in the year prior to the census being taken (June 1, 1869 – May 31, 1870) includes Chester, Newberry, Oconee, Pickens, Spartanburg, Union and York Counties Also see…

Where are the burial records in Charleston SC?

Charleston County: Burial Records for the Evergreen (Grimball) Cemetery, James Island Charleston, Charleston County, South Carolina Black Deaths, 1871-89at Ancestry/requires payment; not complete For Charleston City death records, 1821-1914 at Ancestry, see the first link above (South Carolina Death Certificates and Index)