Sunday, August 5, 2012

Scotch-Irish Trail to South Carolina

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If you have always heard that you are Irish, it is likely that your ancestors were Scotch-Irish and came from Antrim, Ireland, to Pennsylvania, then followed the trail through Schenandoah and Augusta County Virginia into South Carolina. This was the immigrant trail for the Scotch-Irish.  From there, they finally settled in Laurens and Chester Counties, South Carolina where descendants remain. The will records for these two counties are found on To see what is available, check on "what'swhat".

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