Lexington County, South Carolina

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Lexington is a county or district in South Carolina. It was formed in 1804 from the following county/ies or district/s: Orangeburg. Lexington began keeping birth records in 1915, marriage records in 1911, and death records in 1915. It began keeping land records in 1839, probate records in 1809, and court records in 1800. For more information, contact the county at 212 S. Lake Dr., Lexington 29072-3437. On the attached map, Lexington is located at E4. Record losses, 1839, 1865. Records fragmented. Formed from territory of Lexington County (non-functioning) in Orangeburgh District.

For information about the state of South Carolina see South Carolina Family History Research.

The Counties and County Seats of South Carolina

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