Marlboro County, SC
- Historic Evolution of Marlboro County
You'll need to look at these to see "where" your Marlboro ancestors lived over time
- 1737 Abercromby Land Map
This aerial photo of the southern tip of Marlboro County, South Carolina near Dillon County line [shown], highway I-95 and the Great Pee Dee River [shown] has superimposed on it [in red] the boundaries of a survey plat for a tract of 980 acres of land certified on 23 October 1736 for James Abercromby (1708-1775), who was then Crown-appointed attorney general of the province. This tract was granted to James Abercromby on 11 May 1737.
- Captain J. R. Parker's Map of Marlboro County
Exact date is unknown but from households and other data, it is estimated to be c.1840s-1850s. This is an excellent map with lots of good information and surnames on it.
- 1779 Map of South Carolina (offsite, opens new window)
This map from the U. of Georgia's Rare Maps Collection is truly a treasure. It shows districts and parishes and waterways.
- 1825 MILLS ATLAS MAP OF MARLBOROUGH DISTRICT
These maps are wonderful and if you're doing Marlboro research, you'll want a copy of this one. Names homesteads, mills, etc.
- Large version
Small version (69 kb)
Will print on an 8½ x 11" sheet of paper--Victoria
To print out the large version of the 1825 map on 8-1/2" x 11" sheets of paper for assembly, use the sections I created below.--Victoria
- Parishes of the Pee Dee
Note Saint David's Parish
- 1895 Map of Marlboro County
- TIGER Map of Marlboro County (offsite, opens new window)
Modern, interactive "road map" type.
Marlboro County Main Page
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