Marlboro County, SC
EARLY DEATH "RECORDS" ( - 1915)
Death records (modern death certificates) were not required, or kept, at the State level until about 1915. Prior to 1915, researchers must rely on a variety of sources to determine dates of death for their ancestors. These include family Bibles, Wills and other probate records, death notices / obituaries in newspapers, diaries / journals, church records, tombstones, etc.
- Marlboro Bible Records
- Marlboro Cemeteries
- 1850 Mortality Schedule (census)
- 1860 Mortality Schedule (census)
- Marlboro Newspapers
- Marlboro Obituaries
LINKS TO ADDITIONAL RESOURCES:
- NEED NEW URL Index to South Carolina Death Certificates
On the S.C. DHEC web site. Please note the site does NOT have the actual death certificates online; it is an index but does provide Name, Race, Gender, Date of Death, Location of Death, and age at death.
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