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South Carolina Cemetery Records

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South Carolina is located in the southeastern region of the United States. The state has a rich history that dates back to the colonial era, and its cemeteries provide a wealth of information about the people who have lived and died there over the centuries. South Carolina cemetery records are an important resource for genealogists, historians, and anyone interested in learning more about the state's past.

There are a number of other resources available for researching South Carolina cemetery records. Many counties and local historical societies maintain their own cemetery records, which may include information not found in the state-level surveys. There are also a number of online resources available.

South Carolina cemetery records are a valuable resource for anyone interested in the state's history and the people who have lived and died there. Whether you are a genealogist, historian, or simply curious about the past, South Carolina's cemeteries offer a fascinating glimpse into the state's rich and complex history.

Cemetery records published here were acquired from South Carolina cemeteries, churches, municipalities, associations and genealogists specifically for family history and local history research.

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