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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.In South Carolina, a computer-generated birth or death certificate can only be purchased from the South Carolina Division of Vital Records for certificates issued since January 1, 1915.The county branch offices of the Division of Vital Records can only issue a short form birth certification (birth card).Their address is: Reference Services SC Department of Archives and History8301 Parklane Rd Columbia, SC 29223Phone: 803-896-6104Fax: 803-896-6198 The South Carolina Deaths, 1915-1943 collection at Family Search has death certificate images online.Family Search also has an online index to deaths for the years 1944-1955.All of these registers have been published either in book form or in the South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine (FHL Collection Book 975.7 B2s). Hicks' book South Carolina: A Guide for Genealogists, pages 148-61 (FHL Collection Book 975.7 D27hs) includes a list of parish names and other churches.She provides the South Carolina Historical Magazine volume number and page where corresponding parish records have been published.

South Carolina did not issue birth and death certificates prior to January 1, 1915.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.The following is a list of online resources useful for locating South Carolina Vital Records which consist of births, adoptions, marriages, divorces, and deaths.After locating a person in an index always consult the original record to confirm the information in the index.

South Carolina did not issue birth and death certificates prior to January 1, 1915.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.The following is a list of online resources useful for locating South Carolina Vital Records which consist of births, adoptions, marriages, divorces, and deaths.After locating a person in an index always consult the original record to confirm the information in the index.For information write to: Office of Vital Records and Public Health Statistics2600 Bull Street Columbia, SC 29201Telephone: 803-734-4830Fax: 803-799-0301Internet: South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control Only the person named (must be at least 18) on the certificate or the parent(s) named on the birth certifcate may request a copy of a birth certificate.