South Carolina – Dillon County info on Dillon County, South Carolina:,_South_Carolina_Genealogy

From Gowen Manuscript:

On May 5, 1998, Melissa Earl, 40-15 12th Street, Long Island City, New York wrote that she was the great-great-granddaughter of Jim Goings of Dillon, South Carolina who died there in the 1940s. “His daughter was Ella Clara Goings, my great-grandmother. He was a truck driver, a mixed Indian whose family had come from North Carolina, probably Rockingham County.”


Dillon Co SC FamilySearch notes:


Prince Frederick Winyah, 1729-1763 : W.P.A. Project 165-33-7172
Statement of Responsibility: sponsored by University of South Carolina, supervised by Flora B. Surles, copied by Mrs. Louie H. Polk
(Online but not ready yet)

The Register book for the parish Prince Frederick Winyaw, Ann Dom 1713
Authors: Prince Frederick Parish (South Carolina : Protestant Episcopal) (Added Author)
Prince George Parish (South Carolina : Protestant Episcopal) (Added Author)
Pringle, Elizabeth W. Allston (Elizabeth Waties Allston), 1845-1921 (Added Author)
National Society of the Colonial Dames of America (Added Author)


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