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Joseph Cunningham, slave trader during the 1700's
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Hire a Researcher
Professional researchers for hire in specific geographic regions of S.C.
Robert Edward Killian, Jr. “Eddie”, Researcher / A Fairfield County Expert
Primarily genealogical research in Fairfield County, S.C. and further genealogical research in the counties of Union, Newberry, Lexington and Orangeburg. Extensive research in private and institutional collections. Fairfield County Genealogy Society, President and Fairfield County Archives and Family Resource Library Manager
Hourly fee and if applicable possibly travel expenses.
Anne M. Norton, Palmetto Historical Research, LLC / I enjoy giving workshops and working with groups.
Former genealogy/history librarian. Extensive background in Scots-Irish research in South Carolina and N. Ireland. Special interests in African-American / slave genealogy, textile history in the Carolinas and women’s history and genealogy. Experienced neighborhood and church historian.
Hourly fee and travel expenses.