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Districts/Counties, 1800-present. In 1800, the nine circuit court districts and thirty-seven counties were abolished and replaced by twenty-five districts. Some of the new districts were identical with counties in districts established between 1785 and 1799; other districts were new polities entirely. As the highest level of local government, all twenty-five districts had equal status and record-keeping functions. The original districts expanded and divided between 1800 and 1867 to become thirty districts. Under the new constitution adopted in 1868, districts were renamed counties.

The forty-six present-day counties in South Carolina trace their lineage to the formation of districts in 1800. Although many can trace their geographical lineage to 1785, and some can trace their records lineage to 1785, any listing of counties that provides a formation date pre-1800 misses the essential point that the pre-1800 counties were not the highest level of local government. Before 1800, all counties were counties in circuit court districts; residents could conduct their business in either the county or the circuit court district, and researchers must check the records of both. A complete listing of the counties of South Carolina and their records is found on the following chart, Districts and Counties, 1800–Present.

The listing of Districts/Counties includes all districts and counties in existence from 1800 to the present and refers to the county, or county and circuit court district from which the district was formed. Some counties functioned before 1800, and the date those counties began functioning is recorded. The beginning dates for land, probate, and court records are the first indicated for the type of record specified in each county’s courthouse and may include records of an earlier polity. Many records were destroyed, particularly near the end of the Civil War, and many other records are fragmentary; dates given for the first record do not imply that all records from that date are extant. Residents of the Up Country counties often recorded records when they acquired local government, so some of the records pre-date the formation of local governments.


Map County County Address Date Formed Parent District Functioned From Birth Marriage Death Land Probate Court
C3 Abbeville P.O. Box 579, Abbeville 29620-0579 1800 Abbeville in Ninety-Six District 1785 1916 1911 1911 1791 1772 1791
Record loss, 1873. Records of Ninety-Six Circuit Court District are housed in Abbeville County.
D5 Aiken 828 Richland Ave. W., Aiken 29801-3834 1871 Edgefield/Barnwell/Orangeburg/Lexington 1915 1911 1915 1872 1772 1871
E6 Allendale P.O. Box 190, Allendale 29810-0190 1919 Barnwell/Hampton 1919 1919 1919 1919 1919 1919
B2 Anderson P.O. Box 8002, Anderson 29620-8002 1826 Pendleton 1915 1911 1915 1826 1826 1826
Records of Pendleton County in Ninety-Six and Washington Districts and Pendleton District are housed in Anderson County.
F6 Bamberg P.O. Box 149, Bamberg 29003-0149 1897 Barnwell 1915 1911 1915 1897 1897 1897
Records of Orangeburgh Circuit Court District, Court of Common Pleas, are housed in Bamberg County.
E6 Barnwell 57 Wall St., Barnwell 29812-1584 1800 Winton County in Orangeburgh District 1785 (Winton County) 1915 1911 1915 1800 1800 1800
Records of Winton County (1785—91) in Orangeburgh Circuit Court District are housed in Barnwell County.
G8 Beaufort P.O. Drawer 1228, Beaufort 29901-1228 1800 Beaufort District 1772 (Beaufort District) 1915 1911 1915 1863 1865 1865
Record loss, 1865. Beaufort District absorbed the four counties in Beaufort Circuit Court District.
H6 Berkeley 223 N. Live Oak Dr., Moncks Corner 29461-3707 1882 Charleston 1915 1911 1915 1883 1883 1881
F4 Calhoun Courthouse Annex, Ste. 108, Saint Matthews 29135-1452 1908 Lexington/Orangeburg 1915 1911 1915 1908 1908 1908
H7 Charleston 2 Courthouse Sq., Charleston 29401-0000 1800 Marion/Washington Counties in Charleston District; 1680 1915 1911 1915 1671 1671 1700
Record loss, 1865. Records of Charleston Circuit Court and Equity Circuit Districts and the Province of South Carolina (1671—1785) are housed in Charleston County.
Charleston (City) 1871 1871 1821 1858 1790 1774
Records are in Charleston County.
D1 Cherokee 210 N. Limestone St., Gaffney 26340-3136 1897 Union/York/Spartanburg 1915 1911 1915 1897 1897 1897
E2 Chester P.O. Drawer 580, Chester 29706-0580 1800 Chester County in Pinckney District 1785 (in Camden District) 1915 1911 1915 1785 1787 1785
H2 Chesterfield 200 W. Main St., Chesterfield 29709-0529 1800 Chesterfield County in Cheraws District 1785 1915 1911 1915 1861 1865 1823
Record loss, 1865. Records fragmented.
G5 Clarendon P.O. Box 486, Manning 29102-0486 1855 Sumter 1785–1800 1915 1911 1915 1856 1856 1856
Record loss, 1911. Records of old Clarendon County in Camden Circuit Court District lost, 1801.
G7 Colleton P.O. Box 157, Walterboro 29488-0002 1800 Colleton/Bartholomew/Berkeley Counties in Charleston District 1915 1911 1915 1802 1865 1807
Record losses, 1805, 1865. Records fragmented.
H3 Darlington 1 Public Sq., Rm 210, Darlington 20532-3213 1800 Darlington County in Cheraws District 1785 1915 1911 1915 1803 1783 1801
Record loss, 1806.
J3 Dillon P.O. Box 449, Dillon 29536-0449 1910 Marion 1915 1911 1915 1910 1910 1910
G6 Dorchester 201 Johnson St., St. George 29477-2412 1897 Berkeley/Colleton 1915 1911 1915 1897 1897 1897
D4 Edgefield 215 Jeter St., Edgefield 29824-1133 1800 Edgefield County in Ninety-Six District 1785 1915 1911 1915 1786 1785 1785
F3 Fairfield P.O. Drawer 60, Winnsboro 29180-0060 1800 Fairfield County in Camden District 1785 1915 1911 1915 1784 1787 1785
J3 Florence 180 N. Irby St., Florence 29501-3456 1888 Marion/Darlington/Clarendon/Williamsburg 1915 1911 1915 1889 1889 1889
J5 Georgetown P.O. Drawer 421270, Georgetown 29440-0000 1800 Kingston/Winyah/Williamburg Counties in Georgetown District 1772 (Georgetown District) 1915 1911 1915 1862 1862 1863
Record loss, 1865. Records fragmented.
C1 Greenville 301 University Ridge, Ste. 100, Greenville 29601-3674 1800 Greenville County in Ninety-Six District 1786 1915 1911 1915 1784 1787 1786
C3 Greenwood 528 Monument, Greenwood 29646-2643 1897 Abbeville/Edgefield 1915 1911 1915 1897 1897 1897
F7 Hampton 201 Jackson St. W., Hampton 29924-0000 1878 Beaufort 1915 1911 1915 1878 1878 1878
K4 Horry P.O. Box 288, Conway 29526-0288 1801 Georgetown 1915 1911 1915 1803 1799 1803
Formed from the territory of Kingston County (non-functioning) in Georgetown Circuit Court District.
F8 Jasper 103 Elm St., Ridgeland 29526-5116 1912 Beaufort/Hampton 1915 1911 1915 1912 1912 1912
G3 Kershaw 515 Walnut St., Camden 29020-3623 1800 Kershaw County in Camden District 1791 1915 1911 1915 1787 1782 1783
Records of Camden Circuit Court and Equity Circuit districts are housed in Kershaw County.
G2 Lancaster P.O. Box 1809, Lancaster 29720-1809 1800 Lancaster County in Camden District 1785 1915 1911 1915 1762 1820 1800
Record loss, 1865. Records fragmented. Some Camden Circuit Court District conveyance records are included.
D2 Laurens P.O. Box 445, Laurens 29360-0445 1800 Laurens County in Ninety-Six District 1785 1915 1911 1915 1774 1766 1789
G3 Lee P.O. Box 387, Bishopville 29010-0387 1902 Darlington/Kershaw/Sumter 1915 1911 1915 1902 1902 1902
E4 Lexington 212 S. Lake Dr., Lexington 29072-3437 1804 Orangeburg 1915 1911 1915 1839 1809 1800
Record losses, 1839, 1865. Records fragmented. Formed from territory of Lexington County (non-functioning) in Orangeburgh District.
J3 Marion P.O. Box 183, Marion 29571-0183 1800 Liberty County in Georgetown District 1800 1915 1800 1915 1800 1790 1800
Marriage records: 1800–59 (incomplete), 1911-present.
J2 Marlboro P.O. Box 419, Bennettsville 29512-0419 1800 Marlboro County in Cheraws District 1785 1915 1788 1915 1786 1787 1785
Marriage records: 1788–1819 (incomplete), 1911-present.
C4 McCormick Rt. 2, Box 84-AAA, McCormick 29835-9612 1916 Abbeville/Greenwood 1916 1916 1916 1916 1916 1916
E3 Newberry P.O. Box 156, Newberry 29108-0156 1800 Newberry County in Ninety-Six District 1785 1915 1911 1915 1776 1776 1776
A2 Oconee 415 Pine St., Walhalla 29691-2145 1868 Pickens 1915 1911 1915 1868 1868 1868
F5 Orangeburg P.O. Box 9000, Orangeburg 29116-9000 1800 Lewisburg/Lexington/Orange Counties in Orangeburgh District 1772 (Orangeburgh District) 1915 1911 1915 1824 1864 1824
Record loss, 1865. Records fragmented.
Pendleton 1800 Pendleton County in Washington District 1789 (in Ninety-Six District) —— —— —— 1790 1790 1790
Abolished when divided into Anderson and Pickens Districts, 1826. Records transferred to Anderson District, Anderson County.
B1 Pickens 222 McDaniel Ave., Pickens 29671-2759 1826 Pendleton 1915 1911 1915 1828 1828 1823
F3 Richland P.O. Box 192, Columbia 29201-0192 1800 Richland County in Camden District 1785 1915 1911 1915 1865 1787 1793
Record loss, 1865. Records fragmented. Records of Columbia Equity Circuit District are housed in Richland County.
D4 Saluda 108 S. Rudolph SE, Saluda 29130-1744 1896 Edgefield 1915 1911 1915 1896 1896 1896
D1 Spartanburg 366 N. Church St., Spartanburg 29303-3637 1800 Spartanburg County in Pinckney District 1785 (in Ninety-Six District) 1915 1911 1915 1784 1787 1785
G4 Sumter 13 E. Canal St., Sumter 29150-4925 1800 Clarendon/Claremont/Salem Counties in Camden District 1785 (Clarendon/Claremont Counties in Camden District) 1915 1911 1915 1801 1774 1795
Record loss, 1801, destroyed records of Clarendon and Old Claremont Counties. Records fragmented.
D2 Union P.O. Box 703, Union 29379-0000 1800 Union County in Pinckney District 1785 (in Ninety-Six District) 1915 1911 1915 1778 1777 1785
Records of Western and Pinckney Equity Circuit Districts are housed in Union County.
J5 Williamsburg P.O. Box 330, Kingstree 29556-0330 1804 Georgetown 1915 1911 1915 1806 1802 1806
Formed from territory of Williamsburg County (non-functioning) in Georgetown Circuit Court District.
E1 York P.O. Box 66, York 29745-0066 1800 York County in Pinckney District 1785 (in Camden District) 1915 1911 1915 1786 1786 1786
Records of Pinckney Circuit Court District are housed in York County.


Counties in Districts. In 1785, the seven circuit court districts were subdivided into thirty-three counties. Inferior courts were established in some of the counties, and record-keeping began at the local level. However, the circuit court districts continued to function, and many local actions were conducted at the district seat instead of the county seat. Three districts—Beaufort, Charleston, and Georgetown—were allowed to postpone the formation of county governments, and their counties never functioned. The residents of Orangeburgh District also preferred district government to county government, and three of the four counties in that district were not used from 1791 through 1799.

While many present-day counties were established geographically between 1785 and 1799, the counties created during that period did not keep records or function as local governments equally. The county did not become the highest level of local government throughout South Carolina until 1800. For a complete listing of counties established and abolished between 1785 and 1799, see the following chart, Counties in Districts, 1785–1800. The listing of counties in circuit court districts includes every county formed between 1785 and 1800. Counties abolished in 1800 are identified, and the location of their extant records is detailed.

County (1785-1800) Circuit Court Districts Date Formed Parent County(ies)
Abbeville Ninety-Six 1785 original
Functioned from 1785.
Bartholomew Charleston 1785 original
Non-functioning county. Area absorbed by Colleton District, 1800.
Berkeley Charleston 1785 original
Non-functioning county. Area absorbed by Colleton District, 1800.
Chester Camden 1785 original
Functioned 1785—91. Area absorbed by Pinckney District, 1791.
Chester Pinckney 1791 removed from Camden District
Functioned from 1791.
Chesterfield Cheraws 1785 original
Functioned from 1785.
Claremont Camden 1785 original
Functioned 1785—1800. Area absorbed by Sumter District, 1801.
Clarendon Camden 1785 original
Functioned from 1785. Area absorbed by Sumter District, 1801.
Colleton Charleston 1785 original
Non-functioning county. Area absorbed by Colleton District, 1800.
Darlington Cheraws 1785 original
Functioned from 1785.
Edgefield Ninety-Six 1785 original
Functioned from 1785.
Fairfield Camden 1785 original
Functioned from 1785.
Granville Beaufort 1785 original
Non-functioning county.
Greenville Ninety-Six 1786 Indian lands
Functioned 1786—95. Area absorbed by Washington District, 1795.
Greenville Washington 1795 removed from Ninety-Six District
Functioned from 1795.
Hilton Beaufort 1785 original
Non-functioning. Area absorbed by Beaufort District, 1800.
Kershaw Camden 1791 Fairfield/Lancaster/Richland Counties in Camden District
Functioned from 1791.
Kingston Georgetown 1785 original
Non-functioning county.
Kingston Georgetown 1785 original
Non-functioning county. Area absorbed by Georgetown District, 1800, and reformed as Horry District, 1801.
Lancaster Camden 1785 original
Functioned from 1785.
Laurens Ninety-Six 1785 original
Functioned from 1785.
Lewisburg Orangeburgh 1785 original
Functioned from 1785. Area absorbed by Orangeburg District, 1800.
Lexington Orangeburgh 1785 original
Functioned from 1785. Area absorbed by Orangeburg District, 1800, and reformed as Lexington District, 1804.
Liberty Georgetown 1785 original
Non-functioning county. Renamed Marion District, 1800.
Lincoln Beaufort 1785 original
Non-functioning county. Area absorbed by Beaufort District, 1800.
Marion Charleston 1785 original
Non-functioning county. Area absorbed by Charleston District, 1800.
Marlboro Cheraws 1785 original
Functioned from 1785.
Newberry Ninety-Six 1785 original
Functioned from 1785.
Orange Orangeburgh 1785 original
Non-functioning county. Area absorbed by Orangeburg District, 1800.
Pendleton Ninety-Six 1789 original
Functioned 1789—95. Area absorbed by Washington District, 1795.
Pendleton Washington 1795 removed from NinetySix District
Functioned from 1795.
Richland Camden 1785 original
Functioned from 1785.
Salem Camden 1792 Clarendon/Claremont
Functioned 1792—1800. Area absorbed by Sumter District, 1800.
Shrewsbury Beaufort 1785 original
Non-functioning county. Area absorbed by Beaufort District, 1800.
Spartanburg Ninety-Six 1785 original
Functioned 1785—91. Area absorbed by Pinckney District, 1791.
Spartanburg Pinckney 1791 removed from Ninety-Six District
Functioned from 1791.
Union Ninety-Six 1785 original
Functioned 1785—91. Area absorbed by Pinckney District, 1791.
Union Pinckney 1791 removed from Ninety-Six District
Functioned from 1791.
Washington Charleston 1785 original
Functioned 1785—91. Area absorbed by Charleston District, 1800.
Williamsburg Georgetown 1785 original
Functioned 1785—91. Non-functioning county. Area absorbed by Georgetown District, 1800, and reformed as Williamsburg District, 1804.
Winton Orangeburgh 1785 original
Functioned 1785—1800. Remaining records, 1785—91, in Barnwell County. Renamed Barnwell District, 1800.
Winyah Georgetown 1785 original
Non-functioning county. Area absorbed by Georgetown District, 1800.
York Camden 1785 original
Functioned 1785—91. Area absorbed by Pinckney District, 1791.
York Pinckney 1791 removed from Camden District
Functioned from 1791.


Circuit Court Districts, 1769–1800. Circuit court districts were established in 1769 and began holding court by about 1772. Originally there were seven districts: Beaufort, Camden, Charleston, Cheraws, Georgetown, Ninety-Six, and Orangeburgh. Pinckney and Washington circuit court districts were added in 1791. The chart of circuit court districts that follows details the extant records of the nine circuit court districts created in 1769 and 1791 and where the extant records are located. The counties formed in each district are identified.


Circuit Court District (1769-1800) Records in Repository (Counties in District) Date Formed Parent District Land Probate 1790 Census District(s)
Beaufort (Granville, Hilton, Lincoln, Shrewsbury) 1769 original —— —— —— District
Camden Kershaw/Lancaster (Chester, Clarendon, Claremont,Fairfield, Lancaster, Richland, York) 1769 original 1784 1781 1782 by county
Charleston Charleston (Bartholomew, Berkeley, Colleton, Marion, Washington) 1769 original 1671 1671 1671 Parishes
Cheraws (Chesterfield, Darlington, Marlboro) 1769 original —— —— —— Counties
Georgetown Georgetown (Kingston, Liberty, Williamsburg, Winyah) 1769 original —— —— 1783 Parishes
Ninety-Six Abbeville (Abbeville, Edgefield, Greenville, Laurens, Newberry, Pendleton, Spartanburg, Union) 1769 original 1784 1782 1777 Counties
Orangeburgh (Lewisburg, Lexington, Orange, Winton) 1769 original —— —— 1787 North and South
Pinckney York (Chester, Spartanburg, Union, York) 1791 Ninety-Six —— —— ——
Counties enumerated in Camden and Ninety-Six Districts in 1790.
Washington (Greenville, Pendleton) 1791 Ninety-Six functioned from 1795 —— —— ——
Counties enumerated in Ninety-Six District in 1790.


Townships. One of the early and genealogically important actions of the provincial (royal) government was the Township Act of 1731; additional townships were authorized in 1761. The act authorized eleven townships containing 20,000 acres each, and agents were sent to Europe to recruit families as settlers. The families were offered inducements such as free transportation to South Carolina, free provisions for one year, and free land. The townships neither created nor kept records; their functions were solely geographical. Townships, like parishes, were used for some tax districts and appeared as locators in grants and conveyances. The townships are included in the listing of Townships and Parishes.

Parishes. In 1706, the province of South Carolina established the Church of England as the official state-supported church. The twenty-five parishes established from 1706 through 1778 recorded vital records and became districts for the proportioning and election of representatives in 1716; parishes were also used as tax districts. They functioned as geographic locators in grants and conveyances, but did not necessarily replace the proprietary counties in that function; some grants and conveyances mention the parish, some the proprietary county, and some give both. The parishes are included in the listing of Townships and Parishes.


Parish/Township Established Location Proprietary County/District
All Saints Parish 1778 near Georgetown Georgetown District
Amelia Township 1731 Congaree and Santee Rivers Orangeburgh District
Belfast Township 1761 Stevens and Long Cane Creeks Edgefield and Abbeville Districts
Boonesborough Township 1761 Long Cane Creek, Saluda and Little rivers Abbeville District
Christ Church Parish 1706 Wando River Berkeley
Fredericksburgh Township 1731 Wateree River Sumter and Kershaw Districts
Hillsborough Township 1761 Long Cane Creek Abbeville District
Kingston (King’s Town) Township 1731 Waccamaw River Horry District
Londonborough Township 1761 Stevens Creek of Savannah River Edgefield District
New Windsor Township 1731 Savannah River Barnwell and Edgefield Districts
Orange Parish 1778 St. Matthew’s Orangeburgh District
Orangeburgh Township 1731 South Edisto or Pon Pon River Orangeburgh District
Prince Frederick’s Parish 1734 upper Prince George’s Craven
Prince George’s Parish 1721 between Santee and Pee Dee Rivers Craven
Prince William’s Parish 1745 upper St. Helena’s Granville
Purrysburgh 1731 Savannah River Beaufort District
Queensborough Township 1731 Pee Dee River and Lynch’s Creek Georgetown and Marion Districts
Saxegotha (Saxe-Gotha) Township 1731 Congaree River Lexington District
St. Andrew’s Parish 1706 Ashley River Berkeley
St. Bartholomew’s Parish 1706 near St. Helena Colleton
St. David’s Parish 1768 St. Mark’s and Prince Frederick’s Craven
St. Denis’ (French) Parish 1706 adjoining St. Thomas’ Berkeley
St. George’s Dorchester Parish 1717 upper St. Andrew’s Berkeley
St. Helena’s Parish 1712 St. Helena/Port Royal Granville
St. James Goose Creek Parish 1706 Goose Creek Berkeley
St. James Santee (French) Parish 1706 James Town Craven
St. John’s Colleton Parish 1734 Edisto and adjacent islands Colleton
St. John’s Parish 1706 Cooper River Berkeley
St. Luke’s Parish 1767 Euhaws Granville
St. Mark’s Parish 1757 Prince Frederick’s Craven
St. Matthew’s Parish 1768 Orangeburgh Township Berkeley
St. Michael’s Parish 1751 St. Philip’s Charles Town Berkeley
St. Paul’s Parish 1706 Stono and Edisto rivers Colleton
St. Peter’s Parish 1746 Purrysburgh Granville
St. Philip’s Parish 1706 Charles Town Berkeley
St. Stephen’s Parish 1754 upper St. James’ Santee Craven
St. Thomas’ (French) Parish 1706 Wando River Berkeley
Welch Tract (Welch Neck) 1731 Pee Dee River and Jeffry’s Creek Marion District
Williamsburgh Township 1731 Black River Williamsburgh


Proprietary Counties. The first division of South Carolina into local polities occurred in 1682 when Berkeley, Colleton, and Craven proprietary counties were established; Carteret was added in 1685 and renamed Granville in 1708. These counties neither created nor kept records; their function was geographical. The proprietary counties served as districts for the assignment and election of representatives until 1716, militia duty, and general reference in land grants and conveyances (deeds). The proprietary counties were superseded by circuit court districts in 1769, but continued to be used as geographical references until the formation of counties within the circuit court districts in 1785. The forty-six current counties in South Carolina are listed with their proprietary counties in the Proprietary Counties chart that follows.

Successful research in South Carolina requires an understanding of the unique and complex development of its local government and jurisdictions. Unlike the other twelve British colonies, South Carolina did not form counties or towns during the colonial period. The South Carolina Department of Archives and History publishes a free pamphlet, “The Formation of Counties in South Carolina,” which traces the evolution of political subdivisions in the state. The department also publishes a set of ten guide maps illustrating the development of parishes, districts, and counties. Information in the following tables is quoted from South Carolina Department of Archives and History, A Guide to Local Government Records in the South Carolina Archives and the guides by Schweitzer (1985) and Holcomb (1964), all listed under Background Sources, and Thorndale and Dollarhide, Map Guide (see page 3).

For up-to-date information and changes to the county record holdings of the South Carolina Department of Archives and History, see the online version of A Guide to Local Government Records in the South Carolina Archives at www.state.sc.us/scdah/guide/guide.htm.


Map Current County Proprietary County/ies (1682-1785)
C3 Abbeville Carteret (Granville)/Colleton
D5 Aiken Berkeley/Colleton
E6 Allendale Carteret (Granville)
B2 Anderson Carteret (Granville)/Colleton
F6 Bamburg Carteret (Granville)/Colleton
E6 Barnwell Berkeley/Carteret (Granville)
G8 Beaufort Carteret (Granville)
H6 Berkeley Berkeley/Colleton
F4 Calhoun Berkeley/Colleton
H7 Charleston Colleton
D1 Cherokee Craven
E2 Chester Craven
H2 Chesterfield Craven
G5 Clarendon Berkeley/Craven
G7 Colleton Carteret (Granville)/Colleton
H3 Darlington Craven
J3 Dillon Craven
G6 Dorchester Berkeley/Colleton
D4 Edgefield Carteret (Granville)/Colleton
F3 Fairfield Berkeley/Craven
J3 Florence Craven
J5 Georgetown Craven
C1 Greenville Berkeley/Colleton
C3 Greenwood Colleton
F7 Hampton Carteret (Granville)
K4 Horry Craven
F8 Jasper Carteret (Granville)
G3 Kershaw Berkeley/Craven
G2 Lancaster Craven
D2 Laurens Berkeley/Colleton
G3 Lee Craven
E4 Lexington Berkeley/Colleton
J3 Marion Craven
J2 Marlboro Craven
C4 McCormick Carteret (Granville)/Colleton
E3 Newberry Berkeley/Colleton
A2 Oconee Carteret (Granville)/Colleton
F5 Orangeburg Berkeley/Colleton
B1 Pickens Colleton
F3 Richland Berkeley
D4 Saluda Colleton
D1 Spartanburg Berkeley/Craven
G4 Sumter Berkeley/Craven
D2 Union Berkeley
J5 Williamsburg Craven
E1 York Craven