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The Lynes Family History website  family tree and individual information.
Groomesville Baptist Church and Cemetery   Bethlehem Baptist moved here in 1888, becoming Goose Creek Baptist Church, then later Groomesville Baptist.
Lowcountry Africana - History of African Americans from Georgia, South Carolina, and Florida. An excellent site.
"All My Slaves, Whether Negroes, Indians, or Molattoes"   an excellent article by Patrick Neal Minges discussing the beginnings of slavery in SC (clue: it began with Indians).  a look at the history of malaria, a common disease of the Lowcountry until the 1940's.  Diseases factor into cultural patterns.
NEWS ARTICLES: (the following links have been killed by the newspaper and we will endeavor to post a scan if we can obtain permission)
Aiken Standard 7/25/2011 - regarding Geo. Lynes papers
Charleston Post and Courier 7/5/2011  -  depositing George Lynes documents in Charleston Museum

Castle Pickney given to SCV - George Lynes' son in law Robert Haines was overseer there in 1862.
Carlos Lynes, Jr (grandson of Jesse Colton Lynes) obituary 2007   And here (ajc)

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