to Laurens County, South Carolina Genealogy Trails! My name is Andrew
Staton, and I am the county host. The goal of Genealogy Trails is to
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Jan. 14 - January 1942 Herald Journal Obits, News and Society
Feb. 3 - Misc. Biographies and News Articles
Feb. 24 - Rosemont Cemetery Updated; Misc. Obituaries
Jun. 6 - Laurens City Cemetery Added (with map!) - Partial Listing
Jul. 10 - Misc. Society News Added
Jul. 24 - Misc. News Stories Added
Laurens County was the location of many battles and skirmishes during the American Revolution. These included the Battle of Musgrove Mill, Lindley's Fort, and Hammond's Store.
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Laurens County includes 7 incorporated cities and towns, along with several unincorporated. Those that are incorporated are: Laurens, Clinton, Gray Court, Waterloo, Cross Hill, Fountain Inn (partially in Greenville County), and Ware Shoals (partially in Abbeville and Greenwood Counties). Unincorporated towns include Owings, Mountville, Barksdale, Hickory Tavern, Princeton, Joanna, Kinards (partially in Newberry County), Ora, and Lanford.
There are public libraries in Clinton and Laurens (main branch). The Laurens Library has a South Carolina Room, containing history and genealogy information for the county. The room is open during all normal library hours. Laurens city newspapers are housed at the Laurens Library as well. However the Clinton newspaper, Clinton Chronicle, is housed at the Presbyterian College library in Clinton.
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