South Kingstown, Rhode Island

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South Kingstown is a town in Rhode Island. It was formed in 1723 from the following county/ies: Kingstown. South Kingstown began keeping land records in 1674 and probate records in 1674. Court records can be found in Washington. For more information, contact the town at 66 High St., P.O. Box 31, Wakefield 02879. Kingstown divided into North and South in 1723. Records before that date were in North Kingston, but damaged in 1870. Copies are here.

For information about the state of Rhode Island see Rhode Island Family History Research.

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