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The clerk in Marion County recorded every entry in family Bibles when residents came to have their births registered.
Statewide registration of births and deaths began January 1, 1915.
Immediate family members may request a birth certificate for a deceased person if they submit an original certified copy of the registrant's death record.
A wiki article describing an online collection is found at: South Carolina Births and Christenings (Family Search Historical Records) South Carolina required death certificates beginning January 1, 1915.
The Family History Library collection includes death certificates 1915-1955. To see a coverage map of Family Search's holdings of South Carolina county death records, click here.
The guardian or a legal representative of the named individual or parent(s) may also request a copy of a birth certificate.
Births: To see a coverage map of Family Search's holdings of South Carolina county birth records, click here.
South Carolina did not issue birth and death certificates prior to January 1, 1915.
It did not matter if the individuals were members of the Church or not.
The Church was disestablished as the state church in 1778, however the churches continued to create records according to their canon laws.
Begining in 1706, birth, marriage and burial records were recorded in registers of the Church of England (later known as the Protestant Episcopal Church).