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  • BERRY - Danny Berry, 5/04/04
    I am researching the Berry family tree. My GGGgrandfather, Samuel Jarel Berry, was from Chesterfield County, SC and is in the 1820 Census for this county.  This is as far back as I have been able to trace him.  Any information on who his father or any brothers are would be appreciated.

  • BITTLE / TAYLOR - Lisa Taylor Hamrick, 1/18/04
    I am trying to find out anything that I can about my family from Chesterfield county.  They are the Bittle and the Taylor families.  I have the name of some of the Bittle.  My great grandfather was Augustus Jefferson Bittle and William Burley Taylor.  I also have some other names on the Bittle side, A. Jesse and John Bittle.  If anyone has any information on my family, I would appreciate your help.  Thanks.

  • BLAKENEY / SNIPES - Bill Snipes, 2/15/04
    Seeking info on Emma  Annie Blakeney, b. 1867 in Lancaster, SC.  Her father was Julius Cesar Blakeney, b. 1836 in Chesterfield County, SC.  Emma's spouse was Samuel Snipes, probably born in Edgefield, but migrated to Chesterfield before 1880.

  • BROGDEN / McPHERSON - Steve Edgerton, 2/21/04
    I am searching for the descendants of Silas Brogen and his wife Christian McPherson who married 15 May 1804 in Cumberland County, NC.  I believe Christian and Silas may have moved to Chesterfield District to be with the family of her brother, Malcolm McPherson.  Perhaps they all moved there together.  I want to establish that Christian was the sister of Malcolm who died in the Chesterfield District in 1850.

  • CARTLEDGE - Susan Bulla, 9/24/04
    I am researching John Cartledge and his descendents.  I am attempting to prove that Elijah Catledge is his son.  The name Catledge has been spelled more ways than you would think possible, but most commonly Cartledge, Cartlege, Catledge, Catlege.  John Catledge, born 5 Sept 1744, in Prince Frederick Parish, Craven County, SC, and died 1804 in Chesterfield County, NC.  Thank you.

  • DAWKINS - Johnny Albright, 8/01/04
    I am seeking any information on Jane Dawkins who is listed in the 1800 census in Chesterfield County, SC.

  • DITTO - Steve Ditto, 4/17/04
    I am trying to locate my descendant Shadrach Ditto.  He is listed in the 1810 census in Chesterfield County, SC.  He was in the 1800 census in Richmond County, NC, right across the border.  He originally came down from Chatham County, NC.  He was about 55 - 65 years old in 1810.  From reading thus far, it seems like there may be few records from that time because of a fire.  Thank you for any help.

  • EFIRD - Patricia E. Jennings, 2/18/04
    I was informed by a family member that Bertha Louretta Efird b. 10/15/1914, Stanly County, NC, married in Chesterfield County, SC to Fonzie Lee Morton, b. 9/30/1914, Stanly County, NC.  Need marriage date and certificate number, if possible.  Thanks.

  • GRAHAM - John Duncan Graham III, 7/31/04
    I am searching for any photos of any Chesterfield County, SC GrahamsThanks in advance.

  • GULLEDGE - Chris Carroll, 9/02/04
    I just received a group of WWI letters written by Ben Gulledge of the 118th US Infantry.  Do you have any information on him, or the unit?  I am doing a transcription of the letters for the NCWC library collection.  All help is greatly appreciated.

  • HORNE - Lisa Horne, 9/30/04
    I am seeking my great grandparents Tom and Lily Horne.  They are from Chesterfield County, SC.  They have children by the name of Clarence, born April 25, 1910, along with his twin brother Clyde.  They also have a son Garfield, and a daughter Myrtle Horne who became Myrtle Sowell.  If anyone could at least tell me that I am on the right tract before I order records, I would really appreciate it.  I am a college freshman doing research for my education seminar class attempting to find out where my ancestors are.

  • JACKSON / GIBSON - Rex Jones, 10/13/04
    I am searching for information on Stephen Jackson who married Mary J. Gibson around 1848.  They lived in Chesterfield County, SC, and are listed in the 1850 Census.

  • KING / QUICK - Ann Cameron, 4/08/04
    Looking for information on Rev. William Quick and his wife Mary Elizabeth King.  She was the daughter of William C. King Sr.  The King's are buried in Pageland, SC.  Thanks.

  • KIRKLEY - Maxine Bobco, 10/10/04
    I am originally from Chesterfield County, SC and I am trying to trace my Kirkley roots.  I am a descendant of Asa Kirkley born 1816 who was the son of Rachel Kirkley born about 1782, died 1862.  I am trying to determine who Rachel's husband was.  I have all of the information on the settlement of her estate in 1862 which lists all of her children (Elizabeth married John Sullivan, Una married Clyburn Blackwell, John A., Asa, Thomas, Mary married Thomas Ogburn, Rosanna married James Dunn, Sarah married Abram Sullivan. However, there is no mention of who her husband was.  He died before 1830.  I have seen speculation about there being an Asa Kirkley Sr. and it seems most of the people who say that claim their information came from you.  Does anyone have information on an Asa Sr?  I haven't seen any proof.  Thanks.

  • LUCY - G. Harvell, 9/10/04
    I am looking for information on the Isham Lucy family.  Isham was a Revolutionary War veteran and received land on Lynches Creek near Pageland.  His son is buried nearby but no records on where Isham may have been buried.

  • McPHERSON - John Graham. 6/20/04
    Searching for information on a Clarence McPherson born 1891 and living with Neil F. Graham in Jefferson, Chesterfield County, SC.  In the 1900 census, it has Clarence listed as a nephew of Neil.  Thanks.

  • MEDLIN - David Stikeleather, 1/20/04
    I am looking for some information on my grandfather, Jones Lovelace Medlin.  He was supposedly from the Jefferson area.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.

  • MILTON - Dennis Murphy, 1/13/04
    I am trying to locate information on a John Milton who was born in SC, c. 1825.  There are only 10 Miltons in the 1830 SC Census.  Five of these Miltons are in Chesterfield County, SC, including a John Milton which would be nice if this were my John Milton's father.  Anything would be appreciated.  Thanks.

  • MURDOCK - Mike Murdock, 9/16/04
    My father, now deceased, was born in Lee County, SC, but lived in Cheraw until he joined the Army in the late 1930's.  He use to tell me stories about his ancestor (either great or great great grandfather) having served in the SC Militia during the Civil War.  I wonder where I might find information about that and my family in Chesterfield County?  My father was John Tyson Murdock born 27 February 1919; my uncle was Lacoast Murdock; my grandmother was Lillie Hodge Murdock, and my grandfather was John Tyson Murdock.  Thanks in advance.

  • MURRAY - Susie Mosley, 6/22/04
    My great great grandfather was John Murray, middle name unknown.  He came to Cheraw in the early 1800's where he lived until his death in 1854.  He was born in Dublin, Ireland in 1815.  Murray's still live in the Cheraw, SC area and some are buried in St. David's Cemetery.

  • SHAW - Jo Deason Federspiel, 4/05/04
    I am searching for information about Norman Shaw who is listed in  Chesterfield County census records in 1810, 1820 and 1830.  In addition, I am seeking information about Mary Shaw, who appears to be a widow and the mother of several children.  She is listed in Chesterfield County census records in 1820, 1830, 1840, 1850 and 1860.  Thanks.

  • THREATT - Charles Bridges, 7/05/04
    My great grandfather, John Alexander Knight was born 12 June 1836 and died 16 April 1912 in Avoca, OK.  My grandfather says his mother's maiden name was Abergail Threatt.  She died shortly after his birth on 3 Apr 1868 in Chesterfield, SC.  The 1860 census for Chesterfield, SC (page 154) shows Thomas Threatt, age 32.  In the household were Flora, age 19; Mary A., age 17; Evan Knight, age 24; and a female age 15.  I take her name to be Abagail and believe she was my great grandmother.  I need someone to also look at the census and see if they agree on the name.  Others have come up with interesting variations and assume the first letter is an "S".  Could someone help me confirm this once and for all.  Thanks.

  • TUCKER - email, 7/03/04
    I have information, for anyone interested, in Daniel and Dollie Tucker with sons Repsey, Woody, Thomas, Calley, etc.  Any interested, please contact me.

  • VICK - Neil & Phyllis Lawson, 3/18/04
    I need information on Jordan Vick that lived and died in Chesterfield before 1850, father of Edmund R. Vick, Anson.  Thanks.