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The Piedmont Historical Society, South Carolina Home Publications Records Old News Stories Surname Studies Links Queries The Piedmont Historical Society, South Carolina Dedicated to the Preservation and Sharing of Historical and Genealogical Resources and Research The Piedmont Historical Society was founded in 1978 and chartered in 1981 under the laws of the State of South Carolina for the purpose of collecting, preserving and publishing historical and genealogy records of upstate South Carolina and other areas of the state. Meeting Schedule Date & Time - August 11, 2016 at 7:00pm in the Jeanne S Harley Room. (This is one of the new meeting rooms on the third floor next to the Kennedy Room.) Charity Rouse, Local History Librarian Spartanburg County Public Libraries, is the Presenter. Program : HIGHLIGHTS of KENNEDY ROOM : COLLECTIONS, SERVICES and OUTREACH Charity will lead a brief tour of the Kennedy Room itself. Some of the newer items to our collection will be featured as well as a discussion of services offered by the staff concluding with information about some of our current outreach projects. Before or after the program, attendees are invited to view the Battle of Gettysburg painting in the Moseley Gallery. September - Fredrick Tucker, author of "Old Duncan." October. - Dr Melissa Walker, History Prof at Converse discussing women in the Civil War. November. - Dr Andrew Myers, History Prof at USCupstate, "Booker T Washington's Connection to Spartanburg." Remember everyone is invited to our meetings....everyone is WELCOME! We have several emails on our list that are now invalid. Please let me know when you have a change so you will continue to receive the news. If you know of anyone who may have changed their address it will help us correct our files. New!! A Bragg Line - A report provided by a faithful member of the Piedmont Historical Society, Dr. Dan Olds, a retired Physics Professor from Wofford College. This will be permanently listed in the "Surname Studies" tab. Michael Gaffney Documentation: A newspaper article provided by Dr. James Reid and an estate file provided by Betty Jean Dill. John B. Easterwood - This is a Family study done by Betty Jean Dill with the support of the PHS. This Easterwood family was found in several of the family studies conducted by the PHS and this study completes the picture. This study will be at the "Surname Studies" tab. Mr. Tim Linder, President of Linder Family Association, suggested that the Piedmont Historical Society reprint from the Winter 2013-2014 issue of the Linder Quarterly pages that pertain to Spartanburg County, SC. He granted permission to post those pages on this website. Readers who would like to know more about the Linder Family Association, which has over 300 members across the country, and about the Linder Quarterly may contact: Tim Linder, President tdlinder@windstream.net Bonnie Dailey, Editor bonniedailey@sbcglobal.net The Piedmont Historical Society hereby thanks the Spartanburg County Public Libraries for permission to post on this website the picture of 1884 Morgan Square in downtown Spartanburg. This image is from the digital collection of Spartanburg County Public Libraries. A copy of this image (and of others in the collection) can be obtained by contacting: Charity Rouse, MLS Local History Librarian 151 South Church Street Spartanburg, SC 29306 Email: charity@infodepot.org Phone: 864.596.3508 Phone: 864.596.3508 We at PHS wish to thank our skillful and talented Web Master for executing the transfer of the original Linder pages to the website. Way to go, Ted! Please click here to access the Winter 2013-2014 issue of the Linder Quarterly. We are interested in the these counties, which comprise the South Carolina Piedmont Abbeville Anderson Cherokee Chester Edgefield Fairfield Greenville Greenwood Laurens McCormick Newberry Oconee Pickens Spartanburg Union York **Please Note** When South Carolina became a state in 1785, the governmental units were called counties and remained so named until 1800 when the designation “County” was changed to ‘District”. In 1868 the name “District” was changed back to “County”, which name has been in use since then. The name of the governmental area changed at these dates but not its function. Earlier, alternate designations for this area include Cambridge District Camden District Craven County Ninety Six District Pendleton District Pinckney District St. Mark's Parish Washington District For the era prior to 1785, don't forget to check records filed in Charleston (or Charles Town) as that was the seat of colonial government and the place where legal documents were recorded. Prior to the early 1800's, North Carolina also claimed the northern portion of the South Carolina Piedmont. So, some of the early records will be found in Tryon County and Mecklenburg County as well as the colonial and state records of North Carolina. Piedmont Historical Society Officers Acting President Acting Treasurer Webmaster Jeanne Lowe Tucker bonniejlt@gmail Dr. James L. Reid jlreid@windstream.net Ted Zajac Zaytran@apk.net Search The Piedmont Historical Society Site The Piedmont Historical Society P.O. Box 127 Campobello, South Carolina 29322 To view the pdf files offered on this site, you will need Adobe Reader installed. Download it for free here. ? Copyright The Piedmont Historical Society, All Rights Reserved

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