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SC Orphanages 1875 to 1900

SC Orphanages 1875 to 1900

Mark Evans (View posts)
Posted: 4 Dec 2006 1:06AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Bagwell
In researching my Bagwell family tree, I learned that my great-grandfather William Bagwell (and his brother Charlie) was raised in an orphanange sometime after his birth in 1875 until 1900. Afterwards he settled in Anderson, South Carolina.

Does any know what orphanages were in operation in South Carolina during this time? I do not know who William's parents were and thought a search of orphan records might yield something if I had a place to start.

Thanks,
Mark Evans

Re: SC Orphanages 1875 to 1900

Posted: 19 Oct 2007 9:28PM GMT
Classification: Query
Just caught my eye. Connie Maxwell Orphanages were and still are in operation. Baptist and in the 1800s were also supported by the Mason's. There is one in Greenville. Apparently, they up and down the coast. I learned yesterday while viewing Census that Charleston had an orphanage...probably still does. That's all I know.
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