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South Carolina Native Family Reconnect Group

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Anyone who has connections to the following South Carolina surnames:

Adams, Allen, Anderson, Bagley, Bass, Bellie, Belton, Bennett, Berry, Bostic, Braveboy, Brown, Bunch, Burkett, Canty, Carter, Chavis, Collins, Craft, Driggers, Evans, Fleming, Fullenwider, Garner, Geiger, Gibson, Goins, Green, Griffin, Goodwyn, Grooms, Hammond, Hargrove, Harrell, Harrelson, Harris, Haithcock, Hunt, Hutto, Isreal, Ivey, Jacobs, Jeffers/Jeffries, Jefferson, Johnson, Jones, King, Knight, Locklear, Lovett, Lowery, McBeth, McLaughlin, Middleton, Miller, Moye, Neal, Nichols, Nicholson, Outen, Oxendine, Patterson, Peay, Portee, Qualls, Rawlinson/Rawlerson/Rawls, Reed, Richardson, Roberts, Salmonds, Sammons, Sammonds, Simonds, Sampson, Scott, Sims, Simons, Simmons, Simpson, Sizemore, Skipper, Strickland, Stroman, Sumter, Stewart, Sweet/Sweat, Taborn, Taylor, Thomas, Turner, Wallace, Weeks, Wider, Wyder, Williams, Wilson, and Wood.

These are the Free People of Color (FPC) families that resided in Richland, Kershaw, Eastover, Lugoff, Hopkins, Fairfield, Sumter and other surrounding communities. These names go back as far as the 1700's in these communities. We are all related!! Let's reconnect via FB.

18 Dec 2002 :: 14 Nov 2008
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