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Gilmania I am seeking information regarding a settlement known as Gilmania, SC, said to be the site of a paper mill (since closed?), school, commissary, doctor's office, etc.,, operated by the Savanah River Paper Company and/or Savannah Forestry Company, and going back 75 years or more. Gilmania said to be (have been) located a few miles north of Yemassee, and I presume in Jasper County. There is, I am told, a Gilmania Road, but I have not been able to locate on any maps available here. Behind this query is a family history interest in where and how this community got its namr. Any information or referrals you can provide would be much appreciated. 2 August 2002 Richard C. Gilman
GINN, DAVIS, HULL, CROSBY, STONE I am searching for information on the following families from Beaufort District, now Jasper and Hampton counties: GINN, Abner; DAVIS, Edward M. "Ned"; HULL, Enoch; CROSBY, Elizabeth (married Enoch Hull); HULL, David; STONE, Ephriam.  My research on the Hull's , Davis', Ginn's and Stone's all seem to center around the Gray's Gillisonville area starting when those towns were in Beaufort District.29 Feb. 2008 Millie Chaplin
Glover I am looking for information on my grandfather, William Henry Glover who was born May 24, 1888 in Strawberry Hill, Beaufort, SC. I am also looking for info on the existence of a Tickton Plantation, possibly in Beaufort or Jasper County. I also am trying to establish a connection with a Col. Joseph Glover who owned or was somehow connected to the Plantation. (4/8/00 11:46:38 AM) Eric Glover
GOETTE   Seeking information on the Goette family in the time period 1790 to 1830 in around Grahamville SC. My GGG grandmother's name was Adoline Goette, she gave birth to my gg grandfather on 27 April 1830 in Grahamville, SC.  Any information would be appreciated.  4 Feb. 2002 George McCauley 
GRANT my family is from Scotia, S.C., we are the Grant's (The Grant Hill) not far from Solomon Cemetary in Scotia, South Carolina. I was checking the web site of the Solomon family in S.C. because the Grant's are rumored to be from the Solomon Plantation (Alex Solomon). This is the information we are going by for now but I would like to know if you can help me and my family in finding the truth. My great-grandfather Washington T. Grant (1867-1940) mother Tina no last name and his father was believed to be the master of the Solomon Plantation. Both Wash and his mother stayed on the plantation after he was born. Wash never worked as a slave on the plantation. His father gave him 345 acres of land(The Grant Hill) as a wedding present. If you can help in any way please contact me.  27 Sept. 2003 Lisa Grant

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