Lexington County SC Genealogy
- LookUp Volunteers

HOW TO ASK FOR A LOOKUP:
1. Send an email to the volunteer with the publication you are interested in. Please put LEXINGTON COUNTY LOOKUP in the subject line.
2. In the body of the message, put the name of the ancestor, dates of birth and death (approximate is OK, the more info the better the chances of a "hit").
Please do NOT send entire family histories or ask for more than TWO lookups per volunteer per week! First, volunteers must follow specific rules to avoid copyright infringements, and second, we don't want to overwhelm our volunteers. Remember, they're willing to do these lookups as a kindness to others!
Cemetery Books
Reference
Volunteer
Email
St. Stephen's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Lexington, South Carolina, Church Records and Cemetery Inscriptions, sponsored by Loyal Sunday School Class Hope Creasman oldgoat@mindspring.com
Census & Census Books
Reference
Volunteer
Email
Lexington County, South Carolina 1850 Census, Second Edition with Genealogical Data Hope Creasman oldgoat@mindspring.com
Lexington County, SC 1880 Census W. Campbell wcampbell114@hotmail.com
Courthouse Record Books
Reference
Volunteer
Email
     
Church Record Books
Reference
Volunteer
Email
Life Sketches of Lutheran Ministers, N.C.-Tenn. Synods, 1773-1965, published by the authority of the North Carolina Synod of the Lutheran Church in America Hope Creasman oldgoat@mindspring.com
The Journal of Rev. Godfrey Dreher 1819-1851 Hope Creasman oldgoat@mindspring.com
Family Record Books
Reference
Volunteer
Email
A Documented History of the Long Family 1878-1950, Including Allied Families, by Eytive Long Evans Hope Creasman oldgoat@mindspring.com
Roberts Homesteads, by Frances Roberts Clark Hope Creasman oldgoat@mindspring.com
Fulmer Footprints, the Families of Jacob Calhoun Fulmer and Laura Ann Missouri Ballentine, compiled by Lula Catherine Wingard Liverman Hope Creasman oldgoat@mindspring.com
Marriage & Death Books
Reference
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Miscellaneous Books/Records
Reference
Volunteer
Email
Warrants for Lands in South Carolina 1672-1679, by A.S. Salley Jr. Hope Creasman oldgoat@mindspring.com
Uncle Josh, Remembrances of Old Lexington County, South Carolina, by Godfrey M. Harmon Hope Creasman oldgoat@mindspring.com
Military Books
Reference
Volunteer
Email
Broken Fortunes, Randolph W. Kirkland, Jr. Hope Creasman oldgoat@mindspring.com

 

 

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