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History & Articles for Orangeburg Co. SC

The following records were submitted by volunteers for inclusion on the Orangeburg County page. Please honor their work by reading and adhering to the copyright notices on each page. To Submit your records for inclusion, click here to QUICK SUBMIT (form) them or please e-mail Angie Rayfield with large files.  Several volunteers have stepped forward to do look ups in books and censuses. We have set up a special site just for them, so be sure to check out our Look Ups page.

Description of File Date Added Submitted By:
"A Translation of the Brochure Published by Hans Jacob Riemensperger to Attract Migration to Saxe Gotha Township, South Carolina, in 1740" November 2005  
Hugo Sheridan Ackerman, Orangeburg historian April 2003 from the OGSGS newsletter
Samuel Dibble Biographical Information  
Page of Tony Emanual
Hans Henry Felder in the Revolution  
Chris G. Crabb
from Salley's History of Orangeburg County
Biography of Richard Haynsworth II  
John B. Tindal
Biography of John Hearn August 2003
Ron Harn
The Izlar Record August 2004  
Johannes Wolfe May 2005  
Nicholas Zeigler of SC & AL, circa 1765-1841 19 December 2002 Honey Lanham Dodge
Four Holes Park Dedicated August 2003  
Barnard Snell, Loyalist April 2004  
Early History of Orangeburg County April 2004  
translation of a letter from Hans Jacob Gallman to family in Switzerland August 2003 off-site link to Ron Gallman's genealogy page
History of the German Settlements and the Lutheran Church - Orangeburg May 2005  
History of the German Settlements and the Lutheran Church - Purysburg May 2005  
Saxe Gotha Township April 2003  
Shiloh Methodist Church Ox Train August 2004 written by Jim Steinwinder
South Carolina Gazette, July 1735 April 2003  
Unveiling of the Reddick Pierce Monument   Ken Frink
Other Links to Historical Information