How to search for marriage info Colonial South Carolina

+1 vote
Can anyone share advice on possible places to start looking for Marriage records for 1750-60’s colonial South Carolina? All I know is the location my ancestor lived. It was pretty much in the backwoods along a river. No clue if there was a church in the area.

I’m grasping for straws! I can’t stand the fact that this hasn’t been discovered as well as (correct) parents names.

Anyone else that’s run into this problem? Any advice is appreciated :)
WikiTree profile: Isham Walker
asked in Genealogy Help by Angela Herman G2G6 (8.9k points)

Isham Walker

 in the South Carolina, Compiled Marriage Index, 1641-1965

Name: Isham Walker
Spouse: Martha
Marriage Date: 1773-1865
Source: Marriage and Death Notices, Southern Christian Advocate

Looks like his son Littleberry married Mary Carter.

Littleberry Walker

 in the U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900

U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 No Image
Text-only collection
Name: Littleberry Walker
Gender: Male
Spouse Name: Mary Carter
Spouse Birth Year: 1755
Number Pages: 1
I don’t have an ancestry account but I think this Littleberry Walker is in the Jimmy Carter (president) family.  My Littleberry was born 1767.

1 Answer

0 votes
Best answer
A few sources to check for anything colonial South Carolina.

Limited but worth checking:

Digital State Archives:

Shows some contemporary research books:

Limited Search:
answered by T Stanton G2G6 Mach 3 (32.7k points)
selected by Fann Fann
I’ll look through those, thank you.

Related questions

+6 votes
0 answers
+1 vote
2 answers
+3 votes
3 answers
+3 votes
3 answers
127 views asked Oct 11, 2015 in Genealogy Help by anonymous G2G Rookie (220 points)
+1 vote
2 answers
+2 votes
1 answer

WikiTree  ~  About  ~  Help Help  ~  Search Person Search  ~  Surname:

disclaimer - terms - copyright