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Re: Help--can't find my grandfather
Posted by: Janet Saunders (ID *****6578) Date: May 10, 2003 at 10:34:21
In Reply to: Help--can't find my grandfather by Pam Casey of 954

Pam, have you tried the Latter Day Saints listing of census?
Census for Lancaster, SC may have been actually taken, depending on the the decade, anywhere from Columbia to Old Store,Chesterfield Co. and some may even have been once counted as a part of Union Co. NC.
Funderburks are as thick as the woods in this region to this day, but I am only distantly related by marriages, that I know of for sure. I am investigating a possible blood line for an illegitimate child(ren) around the time of the Civil War. Janet

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