This history begins with the Colonial settlement and goes through 1897. Edgefield County was formed in 1785 and from it were formed Saluda county and a portion of Greenwood County. Contains Edgefield's participation in the Revolutionary War, War of 1812, the Confederate War and family sketches including among others: Abney, Adams, Anderson, Bacon, Bates, Bean, Berry, Bland, Blocker, Bowles, Brazie...
Hardcover: 521 pages
Publisher: Southern Historical Press (February 7, 2009)
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