Posted By:Sandra Shackelford
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Subject: HUGUENOTS OF COLONIAL SC; ST. JOHN'S BERKELEY of the Orange Quarter Santee Sec.
Post Date:June 13, 2007 at 20:16:52
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I have a query. I would appreciate any information anyone has. In the book "The Huguenots of Colonial South Carolina" by Arthur Henry Hirsch, Ph.D., 1962, p23:

St. John's Berkeley (heading)

"The Huguenot settlement of St. John's Berkeley, as it became known after 1706, was the child of the Orange Quarter and the Santee sections.48(footnote 48) Located near the fertile banks of the Cooper River thirty miles nearer Charles Town"....


footnote 48: T.H.S.S.C.,V66; St. Julien List, ed. 1888, 62 f; LAND WARRANTS: PROBATE COURT RECORDS; etc.
(then comes a list of surnames) LENOIR is listed among about 50 others.

Has anyone researched this St. Julien List? Or the Land Warrants; Probate Court Records? Do you know where I could access the record without traveling to SC? Local genealogy libraries do not carry it. Does it give any additional information as to which Lenoir this is?

I welcome any information.
Sandra Lenoir Shackelford