[APG Public List] Spartanburg, SC research

Kathy Gunter Sullivan, Certified Genealogist sully1 at carolina.rr.com
Fri Mar 18 15:12:25 MDT 2011

I am an hour from Spartanburg, South Carolina = fuel expenses. I have 
minimal specific experience in African-American research.

Some South Carolina records are only accessible at local county 
courthouses; however, two questions come to mind:
a) Have Family History Library microfilms been surveyed before 
determining an on-site search is needed?
b) Has the catalog of the South Carolina Department of Archives and 
History been surveyed? They have county records and also maintain a list 
of approved researchers.


Kathy Gunter Sullivan, CG (sm)
Charlotte, North Carolina

Certified 1995. Certified Genealogist (CG) is a registered Service Mark 
(sm) conferred by the Board for Certification of Genealogists®  to 
associates who consistently demonstrate the ability to meet rigorous 
ethical and competency standards in accord with peer-reviewed 
evaluations every five years. The Board was founded in 1964 to promote 
excellence in research, teaching, writing, publishing, and librarianship 
by those who pursue genealogy as either a profession or avocation.

> On Fri, Mar 18, 2011 at 10:13 AM, Christine Crawford-Oppenheimer 
> <christine3cats at gmail.com <mailto:christine3cats at gmail.com>> wrote:
>     I also need a researcher in this area (Caucasian family, not
>     African American)! Claire, can you please let me know if you hear
>     from someone?
>     Thanks!
>     Christine
>     On Fri, Mar 18, 2011 at 8:50 AM, Claire Ammon
>     <claire.e.ammon at gmail.com <mailto:claire.e.ammon at gmail.com>> wrote:
>         Good Morning,
>         I am looking for someone to help me with some research in
>         Spartanburg, SC.
>         Please email me off list if you are available, including your
>         rates.
>         Thanks,
>         Claire Ammon
>     -- 
>     Christine Crawford-Oppenheimer
>     Hyde Park, NY
>     Author of: Long-Distance Genealogy:
>     Researching Your Ancestors from Home
> -- 

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