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  2. Colleton Genealogy Society was chartered by the Secretary of State for South Carolina on March 20, 2014. The Internal Revenue Code, Section 501©(3) allows tax deductions for the value of material donated to this society. The Society's publications are of particular interest to the geographical area. Through these publications, members may seek or share genealogical information. The mission of Colleton Genealogy Society is to raise the standards of genealogical research through educational programs and workshops, publications of genealogical data, promotion of the collection and preservation of records, and the stimulation of a general interest in genealogy and family history. http://www.colletongenealogysociety.org/ Physical Address: 609 Black Street, Walterboro, SC 29488 Mailing Address: 418 Wichman Street, Walterboro, SC dhiott@lowcountry.com View full record
  3. The Chapter was organized in 1985 in Chapin, SC by a group interested in learning more about their ancestors. Today, there are more than 150 chapter members. The chapter is a non-profit organization with these objectives: Collect and preserve genealogical and historical records. Publish a quarterly newsletter, family records, land records, cemetery records and other genealogical related material. Promote sharing of information with other researchers. Arrange for workshops to aid newcomers with research. Encourage a high standard of genealogical research. http://dutchforkchapter.org/index.htm View full record
  4. Enjoy, Explore and Learn. Step back in time to enjoy the history of Clarendon County and its early settlers. Explore the artifacts and displays highlighting agriculture, timber Industry, Native Americans, Historic Richardson Cemetery, military history, Santee Cooper Lakes, Landmark School integration case and much more. Learn about the contributions of Clarendon County’s past citizens and communities. Our museum is a history museum unique to Clarendon County. Admission is free. We are located adjacent to the Manning Commercial Historic District, which includes the Clarendon County Court House and other buildings of interest. The Museum is operated by the Clarendon County Historical Society, a non-profit organization. http://discoversouthcarolina.com/products/27897 102 S Brooks ST Manning, SC 29102 Phone: (803) 435-0328 View full record
  5. To foster and promote historical preservation and restoration in the City of York and its environs. To promote Historic York and the York Area by Collecting and disseminating accurate historical information Publishing historical materials Sponsoring meetings for lectures Help designate and mark historic sites Sponsoring or conducting other similar activities http://yorkvillehs.com/v2/ View full record
  6. The Colleton Historical Society was organized on January 9, 1958. We endeavor to preserve historical materials, encourage protection of historic buildings, promote an appreciation of Colleton County’s architectural assets, and place historical markers at important sites. In 1975 Colleton Historical Society received a grant for the complete restoration of the Little Library, originally constructed about 1820. http://cchaps.com/ Contact Information Phone: (843) 549-9633 Address: 205 Church Street Walterboro, SC 29488 Email: info@cchaps.com View full record
  7. To collect and preserve material related to the prehistory, natural history, history and culture of Horry County; to interpret and to create exhibits of such materials and to prepare educational programs related to them for presentation to the public, particularly the citizens of Horry County, South Carolina, and to operate a facility for this purpose. http://www.horrycountymuseum.org/ 805 Main Street Conway, South Carolina 29526 (843) 915-5320 HCGMuseum@horrycounty.org View full record
  8. The Sumter County Museum is a private non-profit institution whose mission is to promote the history of Old Sumter District through the preservation and exhibition of objects, manuscripts, and documents, which relate the story of this area of South Carolina. The museum includes the Williams-Brice House (1916), the Heritage Education Center (2003) and the Carolina Backcountry Homestead. The museum's hours are Thursday to Saturday, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. The admission fee is $3.00 for adults and $1.00 for young people from 6-17. http://www.sumtercountymuseum.org/ Sumter County Museum 122 North Washington Street P.O. Box 1456 Sumter, SC 29151-1456 Phone 803-775-0908 Hours: Thurs-Sat 10:00-5:00 Closed Holidays View full record
  9. Our Chester District Genealogy Society can help you with your Chester SC genealogy research on: genealogy, preserve records, cemeteries, churches, history, descendants, ancestors, wills, deeds, research, Chester, SC, South Carolina, Scots-Irish, immigrants, settlers, family history, surnames, Revolutionary War, Civil War, estate, archives, obituaries.... http://www.chesterscgenealogy.org/ The mission of the Chester District Genealogical Society(CDGS) is to promote fellowship and cooperation among persons who are conducting genealogical research, the publication of genealogical data, the promotion of the collection and preservation of records, scholarly research, to stimulate a general interest in genealogy and family history, and to aid those doing research in our area. We would like to hear from you. You may send us an email at Research@ChesterSCGenealogy.org, or you may to write us at Chester District Genealogical Society, PO Box 336, Richburg, SC 29729-0336. View full record
  10. Our Society is a family history organization which promotes the collection and preservation of early records of the people of Orangeburgh Township, South Carolina, and their descendants. It is eleemosynary, non-profit, non-political, and non-sectarian. Other objectives are to serve, through publications and meetings, as a medium of exchange of Orangeburgh genealogical information; to acquaint members with available sources of genealogical materials; and to enjoy the fun and fellowship of sharing records and research. http://www.ogsgs.org/resources.htm ORANGEBURGH GERMAN-SWISS GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY PO BOX 974 ORANGEBURG SC 29116-0974 View full record
  11. to promote genealogy through education of its members and the general public; to improve access to genealogical information in Fairfield County by maintaining an educational research center; to foster collaboration among members to assist those researching their Fairfield County ancestors; to conduct periodic educational programs and conferences to explore cultural, genealogical, and historical topics; to disseminate cultural, genealogical, historical and biographical information to members and to the general public. http://www.fairfieldgenealogical.org/ Fairfield County Genealogy Society 231 S. Congress St. P.O. Box 93 Winnsboro, SC 29180-0093 fairfieldgenealogy@truvista.net View full record
  12. The Williamsburgh Historical Museum is located in the old Carnegie Library building on Hampton Avenue in the town of Kingstree, South Carolina. An important property in the Historic Downtown District, the Carnegie Library was completed in 1917. It was in use as a library until the present library was completed in 2000. The Museum operates on membership dues through the Williamsburgh Historical Society and an occasional grant. http://www.williamsburgsc.org/#!museum/c11g9 WILLIAMSBURGH HISTORICAL MUSEUM 135 Hampton Ave., Kingstree SC 29556 Phone: 843-355-3306 Email: history1@ftc-i.net Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. View full record
  13. Williamsburg County, located in the southern tip of the Pee Dee, holds treasures of historical interest dating back to the early 1700's. In 1730, Governor Robert Johnson proposed a "Township Plan," marking the beginning of Williamsburg County. This plan was proposed to stimulate the economy of the province to provide protection for coastal settlers. The township, which was laid out on the bank of the Black River, was named Williamsburg in honor of the Protestant King, William of Orange. http://www.williamsburgsc.org/ Williamsburg HomeTown Chamber P.O. Box 696 131 N. Academy Street Kingstree, SC 29556 Tel: 843-355-6431 Fax: 843-355-3343 WHTC@ftc-i.net www.williamsburgsc.org View full record
  14. The Camden Archives and Museum is funded by the City of Camden and is a department of the City. It is responsible for collecting, preserving, and making accessible items of importance to the history of the area. The artifacts in the museum represent a diverse collection of items relating to cultural heritage. The Camden Archives and Museum is recognized throughout South Carolina as having an excellent library for genealogical research. The South Carolina Daughters of the American Revolution and the South Carolina Society Colonial Dame XVII Century Libraries are housed in the building. Staff is available to assist visitors. The Archives and Museum is housed in the Carnegie Library built in 1915. The building is a fine example of Greek revival architecture. http://kershawcountychamber.org/pages/CamdenArchivesMuseum Location: 1314 Broad Street, Camden, SC 29020 Phone: (803) 425-6050 View full record
  15. The Palmetto Trust for Historic Preservation is a 501©(3) non-profit organization operating in South Carolina since 1990, dedicated to preserving and protecting the irreplaceable architectural heritage of South Carolina. As South Carolina's only statewide partner with the National Trust for Historic Preservation, the Palmetto Trust works hard. https://palmettotrust.org/ Physical Address 117 Grace Street Prosperity, SC 29127 803-422-7838 Executive Director - Michael E. Bedenbaugh 803-422-7803 Director of Operations - Nancy P. Brooks 980-245-6020 Director of Resource Development - Kelly Lang-Ramirez Mailing Address PO Box 506 Prosperity, SC 29127 View full record
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