Book Of Records
Geissendaner Family Website which includes the South Carolina pages and
The Book of Records (1738 - 1761) was kept by Reverend Giessendaner
and has been transcribed here by Joop Giessendaner.
County South Carolina Genealogical Society Site
US Genweb site for Lexington County.
County Genealogical Association
This associan works to discover, collect and preserve genealogy and related
historical material and information connected with or related to the Lexington
County, South Carolina area.
German-Swiss Genealogical Society Website
Margaret Waters author of A Preliminary Study of the Colonial Landowners
of Orangeburgh Township, SC 1733-1749 has designed this
site as an aid to researchers. A collection of survey plats of colonial
and state grants around the Orangeburgh District focusing on the land
between the North and South Edisto River and expanding to the North
Side of the Edisto and then into the area of Orangeburgh Township.
Palmetto Genealogy Association
The Palmetto Genealogy Association was founded on the premise of "genealogy
first". It is our intent to provide a different way for a genealogy
group to conduct research, share, communicate and deliver information
for all. Please visit us often, as new information will be posted weekly.
This site is not now, nor will it ever be complete. Many new items will
be added over a short period of time. While you may not find a particular
area or county listed at this time, eventually we hope to cover the entire
State of South Carolina.
Carolina Information Highway Genealogical Resources
This site has links to genealogical records, cemetery projects, research
aids, libraries and archives, museums of SC. List links by county and
South Carolina State Library and Archives
The South Carolina State Archives & History Center provides an excellent
library of genealogy records including: Federal Census Records for
SC Colonial and State Records, County Records, Military Records, Citizenship
Records, Extant State Census Records, Church and Cemetery Records,
Tax Records, Newspapers, Locations and History of Place Names, Guides
to Genealogical Research in South Carolina.
These pages have been compiled by a group of volunteers to help genealogists
in Switzerland and worldwide with their research. This project is non-commercial,
and any help is welcome.
Trace your Swiss family roots, and find out how Swiss you
Texas Census Project
Republic of Texas Census plus Federal Census Index for 1850-1920 shown
- Click on census year to see if your county's census has already been
The Texas US GenWeb
An absolute must in order to obtain County
records as well as additional local resource information and services
available. - Some of the information is also shown above within the Texas
USGenWeb Archive Project, as well as much valuable information about the
individual counties. The two sites go hand in hand