Darlington CountyDarlington County was formed in 1785 and the county seat is situated in Darlington. It was originally part of the Cheraw District, and later (1888) part of it was given for Florence County and again in (1902) to Lee County. Traditionally, Welsh, Scotch-Irish, and Englishmen farmed this land and ultimately planted cotton. Some early settlers were : David Rogerson Williams (1776-1830), Governor and scientific experimenter, James Lide Coker (1837-1918), Moses Scott, Absalom Gallaway and David R. Coker (1870-1938).
Darlington County Probate Records Available to Members of South Carolina Pioneers
Indexes to Probate Records
- Index to Darlington County Will Book 1 (1785-1797)
- Index to Darlington County Will Book 2 (1798-1812)
- Index to Darlington County Will Book 3 (1813)
- Index to Darlington County Will Book 4 (1814-1840)
- Index to Darlington County Will Book 10 (1838-1853)
Darlington County Will Book 1 (1785-1797); Digital Images of TranscriptsGallaway, Absalom James, William | Scott, Moses | Webb, Jolly
Darlington County Will Book 2 (1798-1812); Digital Images of TranscriptsBeasley, John | Berry, William | Cannon, George | Cole, James | Connell, William | Cuttino, Elizabeth | DeWitt, Charles | Fountain, William | Ganey, Isaac | Gee, William | Hafe, John | Hafe, John (2) | Ham, Henry | Harrell, John | Harts, James ...more...
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