Edgefield County South Carolina Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1362)Edgefield County Court Records Offices
Edgefield Circuit Court129 Courthouse SquareEdgefieldSC29824803-637-4095
Edgefield County Court Records Offices
Edgefield DMV Office849 U.s. 25EdgefieldSC29824803-637-3113
Edgefield Magistrate Court215 Jeter StreetEdgefieldSC29824803-637-4090
Edgefield Municipal Court400 Main StreetEdgefieldSC29824803-637-4014
Edgefield County Court Records Databases
Edgefield County Accident Reports
Edgefield County Arrest Warrants
Edgefield County Child Support Warrants
Edgefield County Court Records
Edgefield County Criminal Records
Edgefield County Eleventh Judicial Circuit Court Records
Edgefield County Eleventh Judicial Circuit Court Records (South Carolina)
Edgefield County Probate Records
Edgefield County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Edgefield County Court Jury Duty Information
Edgefield County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesSC
Edgefield County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesSC
Edgefield County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 0 Days, State Resident: 0 DaysSC
Edgefield County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18SC
Edgefield County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service3 yearsSC

How to Search Court Records in Edgefield County South Carolina

If you are looking for court records, you can visit the Edgefield County Clerk of Courts. This office is home to a large collection of court documents and has a state-of-the-art vault. The archives are open to the public by appointment Monday-Friday from 9:00am-noon. The county’s court records go back to 1785, making this one of the oldest counties in South Carolina.

Edgefield County Court Records include court files and documents, such as wills and deeds. These records may also include probate court transcripts and orders. These records may also include information regarding guardianships, inventories, and other events relating to the estate of a deceased person. You can find out who died in Edgefield County by accessing their online public court records. If you have any questions, you can contact the clerk of court.

If you want to search local court records, you can visit the South Carolina Department of Archives and History website. This website contains links to local court resources. The public can also search the county’s redistricting map, government jobs, and code of ordinances. There are also links to state and county courts. If you are interested in finding out more about the history of a certain area, you can visit the Edgefield County website.

You can look up marriage and death records in the Edgefield County Health Department. However, if you are looking for older documents, you can try the National Archives at Atlanta. There are also a few other resources for local people to find information. Moreover, you can try searching for marriage information in newspapers in South Carolina. This can be a convenient way to get some background on the people in your life. If you need to find out about the past of someone in Edgefield County, you can do this through the court records.

The Edgefield County Clerk’s office does not perform genealogy research. There are 14 branches of the ABBE Regional Library System. There are several online resources for searching local court records. If you are looking for local documents, you can visit the Old Ninety-Six Chapter in Greenwood. You can also look up local property tax records and search by address. You can also view property tax payments through the ABBE website.

If you are interested in looking up a court document, you can go to the Edgefield District Archives Chapter. The Courthouse of the County also holds the records of SC militia. The upper Battalion of the SC militia was organized in 1834 and reorganized in 1835. In addition to these, there are a few other records you can search for. Besides a criminal history, you can also find birth and death records in Edgefield.