Patriots Of Color Records
Patriots Of Color
The Patriots of Color collection is a summary of information so far collected about men and women of color who fought for American independence during the Revolutionary War as soldiers, seamen, wagoners, skilled craftsmen, servants, and laborers. Revealing their identities and individual stories is the goal of an extensive and ongoing research effort. This is only the beginning our research, and we wanted to make this collection of data available at the outset to encourage more research and scholarship. Funding for research was provided by Richard Gilder and the Gilder Lehrman Foundation, David Roux, Joseph Dooley and the Sons of the American Revolution, and the W. E. B. DuBois Institute for African and African American Research at Harvard University.
South Carolina Early Marriage Records
Paul R. Sarrett, Jr.
This collection of South Carolina marriage records was compiled from newspapers, pension records, and church records, and were provided by Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. Records date from 1641-1799, and when available, each contains the full names of the bride and groom, the date of the record, as well as location and source.
South Carolina, Marriage Records
Hunting for Bears
This collection of South Carolina marriages comes from a variety of sources, including courthouse records, newspapers, church records, and pensions. Information in the records varies, but may include the name of the bride and groom, marriage date, marriage location, and location of the original record.
South Carolina, Delayed Births and City of Charleston Births
South Carolina Department of Archives and History
This collection contains delayed birth records from the state of South Carolina from 1766-1900. It also includes birth records from the city of Charleston from 1877 to 1901. Information includes the person's name, date and place of birth, and parents' names. Where available, there is also a digital image of the record.
1790 U.S. Federal Population Census
National Archives, Courtesy of FamilySearch.org
This collection consists of U.S. census records from 1790, representing many states. Records have been provided by FamilySearch.org.
Veterans Burial Records
National Cemetery Administration, Veterans Affairs
ca. 1775 to 2008
This collection of veteran's burial records was provided by the National Cemetery Administration Department of Veterans Affairs. This database contains information on veterans buried in VA National Cemeteries, and other veteran's and private cemeteries.
NewspaperARCHIVE Newspaper Pages
Heritage Archives, Ltd.
1690's - Present
NewspaperARCHIVE.com, the largest historical newspaper database online, contains over 125 million newspaper pages from the 1690's to the present. Every newspaper in the archive is fully searchable by keyword and date, making it easy for you to quickly explore historical content.
Public Family Trees
Archives.com and FamilySearch International
ca.1500 - Present
This collection is a compilation of public family trees from Archives.com and community trees from FamilySearch International. Family tree records may include names, birth, death, marriage dates, etc, in addition to family relationships. These records date from ca. 1500 to present.
Ancestry.com Public Member Trees
ca. 1000 - present
This database contains family trees submitted to Ancestry by users who have indicated that their tree can be viewed by all Ancestry members. These trees can change over time as users edit, remove, or otherwise modify the data in their trees. Note: These trees are voluntarily submitted by Ancestry users. We take all tree data "as is" and cannot guarantee the completeness, accuracy, or timeliness of the information contained in this database. We regret we cannot assist you in your personal research or prevent duplication of data. Our goal is to provide this user-contributed data to aid you in finding and/or correcting your family information.