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Edgefield, Edgefield County, South Carolina Genealogy

Archives and LibrariesEdit



  • Edgefield death notices and cemetery records FHL Book 975.737/E1 V4m. Also available on microfiche 6048060 Fiches 1-4 (4 fiche)
  • Epitaphs Edgefield County, South Carolina FHL Book
  • Inscriptions from Edgefield Village Baptist Cemetery: including Trinity Episcopal Church Section and Willowbrook Cemetery FHL Microfilm 9417

Antioch BapistEdit

1843 SC Highway 23 West
Edgefield, SC 29824-3304

"Antioch Baptist Church had begun as part of the Separatist Baptist movement in 1804, but had reorganized in 1830."

Berea Baptist ChurchEdit

Big Creek Butler ChurchyardEdit

Carey HillEdit

East ViewEdit


First Baptist ChurchEdit


Gilgal ChurchEdit

Gilgal Church Rd
Edgefield, SC 29824
Phone: 803-637-3764

Mims FamilyEdit

Nazareth United Methodist ChurchEdit

Old MaysEdit


Ouzts Newer GroundEdit

Long Cane Road, Edgefield, SC

Cemetery is located off of Long Cane Road in Edgefield County, South Carolina. From the intersection of State Hwy 378 and Long Cane Road, head East towards Edgefield. The cemetery is located off a side road, 1.3 miles after the intersection, on the right hand side of the road. There are signs for Ouzts / Utz family cemetery along the way.

Pleasant Grove Baptist ChurchEdit

Pleasant Lane Baptist ChurchEdit

Poplar SpringsEdit

Rainsford FamilyEdit

The Rainsford family burial ground is located about eight miles southwest of Edgefield, on the estate known as Rainsford Old Place, settled by John Rainsford, who came to South Carolina in 1773 from England.

Red Oak Grove Baptist ChurchEdit

Seigler FamilyEdit

Shady GroveEdit

This cemetery is located on private property. In order to reach this cemetery, a person must pass through two different pastures on foot. The road is 2 1/2 miles of dirt, but after the first mile, it is not being maintained and is almost impassable.

Simkins FamilyEdit

Simmon Ridge Baptist ChurchEdit

286 Center Spring Rd
Edgefield, SC 29824
Phone: (803) 637-6348

St. Mary of the Immaculate Conception Catholic ChurchEdit

The adjacent cemetery contains the graves of several Confederate soldiers, including that of Dr. Harwood Burt, the father of Catholicism in Edgefield County.

Sunset GardensEdit

Willow BrookEdit

Willow Spring Baptist ChurchEdit


Includes tax records for the year 1891 and an 1891 census of the village of Edgefield. The 1890 census was destroyed by fire.

Church History and RecordsEdit

Court RecordsEdit

Emigration and ImmigrationEdit




Land and PropertyEdit


Military History and RecordsEdit

Civil WarEdit
- 13th Regiment, South Carolina Infantry,
- Company A
- 16th Battalion, South Carolina Cavalry,
- Company B
- Company G


Probate RecordsEdit


Vital RecordsEdit

Societies, Libraries and MuseumsEdit