FAIRFIELD COUNTY SOUTH CAROLINA

 

LAND DEED SERIES

 

 

 

These are copies of the original land deed series for Fairfield County, South Carolina.This is a joint project with the Fairfield County Historical Museum and the Fairfield County Library.This is the entire Land Deed Series in the county records.The records are from microfilm rolls provided by the museum and library.

 

The indexes cover the entire deed series, so they should be used regardless of which volume is being looked at.

 

The files are in .tif and .jpg formats and are best viewed in an imaging application.

This particular project is based on IrFanView, available for free at:

 

http://www.irfanview.com/

 

If you install this application, it will add it as a browser plug-in and will auto-invoke when you click any of the below links.

 

The images in IrFanView are best viewed in the full 16.7m color scale, to allow the widest range of grayscale.

 

 

 

Land Deed and Bond Series Index

 

1786-1841 Direct (Seller) Index : Bond A + Deeds

 

1786-1841 Indirect (Buyer) Index : Bond A + Deeds

 

 

1842-1900+ Direct (Seller) Index

 

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1842-1900+ Indirect (Buyer) Index

(For now, these are links to the file store.Working on the web pages.)

 

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Bond Book

 

This is a single volume of bonds, receipts, powers of attorney, and other miscellaneous transactions.

Note that this book is indexed above as the first Volume A.

 

Bond Book A

 

 

 

Deed Books

 

Please note Ė quality varies between the deed books.

Some pages in some volumes are extremely faded.The scanned images are the best that could be obtained.

 

Note that different volumes will have a different file format and frame layout.Some volumes were digitized with

a Canon MS-500 scanner and are 1-page per frame.Others were digitized with

a Wicks-Wilson UScan+ with RapidScan, so it autoimages at the full two-page frame size.

 

Note that some pages are faded in certain volumes, up to being nearly unreadable.What you see

Is the best available after all image enhancement options.If a page is nonetheless too faded

to read, your best option is to order a photocopy from the *original* book from the SC Archives.

Ordering a copy from the microfilm may not be much better than these.

This has caused some files to be extremely large: in excess of 15MB.There isnít much I can do about that.

I believe the volume uploads went correctly, but if a file is not complete, please e-mail with the file name.

Also if you find an image unusable (blurry, light, etc.), please e-mail with the file name, to ashvainmo@yahoo.com.

Note that an occasional frame is blurred on the microfilm due to technician error, so you may have to

order a photocopy from the original.I have noted it where I have noticed it so far.

 

 

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