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Re: HUGUENOTS OF COLONIAL SC; ST. JOHN'S BERKELEY of the Orange Quarter Santee Sec.
Posted by: Stephen Gates (ID *****5937) Date: June 18, 2007 at 17:40:23
In Reply to: HUGUENOTS OF COLONIAL SC; ST. JOHN'S BERKELEY of the Orange Quarter Santee Sec. by Sandra Shackelford of 678

The reference must be to Isaac Lenoir who witnessed the will of Cesar Moze in SC in 1687. This is the only reference to Isaac Lenoir in SC prior to his move to New York by 1696. The only other Lenoir in the pre-1730 SC records is John Lenoir "of Barbadoes" who owned a plantation in SC so his will and land transactions are recorded there. His 1727 will mentions wife Martha and son Robert. I have recently checked sources in the South Carolina Historical Society in Charleston and find no other pre-1730 Lenoirs in SC. The Lenoirs return to SC about 1760 in Camden District: Thomas, Isaac, Lewis and John, sons of Thomas Lenoir of Brunswick VA/Edgecome, NC.


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