|Other titles||Lancaster ledger.|
|Statement||by Frances Reeves Jeffcoat.|
|Contributions||South Carolina. Dept. of Archives and History.|
|LC Classifications||F277.L2 J44 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 232 p. :|
|Number of Pages||232|
|LC Control Number||91101675|
The manuscript is believed to be those Confederate War Records of Lancaster District compiled by Mrs. Lottie B. Foster in "--Pref., 3rd prelim. page. View this catalog record in WorldCat for other possible copy locations. Confederate records, Lancaster District, South Carolina gleaned from South Carolina Department of Archives and History and the Lancaster ledger This edition published in by F.R. Jeffcoat in Columbia, : Jeffcoat, Frances Reeves; South Carolina. Department of Archives and History; and Lottie B Foster. Confederate records, Lancaster District, South Carolina: gleaned from South Carolina Department of Archives and History and the Lancaster Ledger. (s.n.], c).3/5(43). Lancaster Military Records. Confederate records, Lancaster District, South Carolina: gleaned from South Carolina Department of Archives and History and the Lancaster ledger WorldCat Lancaster Newspapers and Obituaries. Carolina Gateway 02/16/ to Current Genealogy Bank. Carolina Review. (Lancaster, S.C.) US Newspaper Directory.
Buy Confederate records, Lancaster District, South Carolina: gleaned from South Carolina Department of Archives and History and the Lancaster ledger by Jeffcoat, Frances Reeves (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Frances Reeves Jeffcoat. CONFEDERATE PENSION RECORDS. A South Carolina state law enacted Decem , permitted financially needy Confederate veterans and widows to apply for a pension; however, few applications survive from the era. Beginning in , the SC Comptroller began publishing lists of such veterans receiving pensions in his Annual Report. Company K - Chesterfield District (County); Pickens District (County) 6th Regiment South Carolina Infantry entered the service on Ap , for twelve months, was mustered into the Confederate States service during June and July, When it was broke up, men re-enlisted into the Palmetto Regiment South Carolina Sharp Shooters, the 5th. South Carolina Confederate Civil War Service Records (at Fold3) contains scanned documents of the service records from National Archives microfilm publication M (you can obtain copies of the records online for a fee) note: some service records can be pages long (this database is .
South Carolina Archives Summary Guide. LANCASTER COUNTY. Formed in from part of Camden District. Although marauding federal soldiers attempted to fire the courthouse, many records were saved; loose equity papers, however, seem to have perished. The records of the Confederate States of America span the years , with the bulk of the material concentrated in the period , during the Civil War in America. The collection relates to the formation of the government of the Confederacy and the conduct of its internal, external, and military affairs. With few exceptions, the collection consists of official or semiofficial. Lancaster County vital records can be found at the South Carolina Department of Health has copies of birth records after and death records after , copies of marriage since Jan and a Divorce records since There is a fee for each copy requested. RECORDS OF THE CONFEDERATE JUDICIARY Textual Records (in Atlanta): South Carolina District Court sequestration case files and related records, , with a docket. Miscellaneous records,