Could anyone help with finding info on German immigrants?

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My great-great granfather’s name is Thomas Marion George. He was born in South Carolina on 20 March 1865, died in South Carolina 2 Dec 1945. On his death certificate his parents are listed as Adam George, born in Germany, and Elizabeth Mclellan, birth place unknown. My grandma always told me that he was German, and the death certificate and Census records for Thomas Marion George also confirm this. I can’t find anything on Adam and Elizabeth placing them in SC at the time Thomas Marion George was born, and I can’t find any other children. I found several German passengers named Adam George, but have no idea which one is him. There were an Adam and Elizabeth George  in New York at the time Thomas was born. That’s about all I can find. If anyone else is searching for these two or has ever found anything, please let me know. Thanks!
WikiTree profile: Adam George
asked in Genealogy Help by Becky Spearman G2G1 (1.1k points)

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I am not sure if this what you are looking for but , manyroads.com
answered by Mike Neuroth G2G2 (2k points)
Please tell us a bit about manyroads.com, Mike.
I think it may be many-roads.com it is a prussian/german genealogy research help .
I'll try it, Mike. Thanks, even if it's for a game of chance.

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