Look up the research materials below: South Carolina American Community Survey (ACS) 2014 Census Bureau/South Carolina Selected Economic Characteristics data. You can narrow your search to cities and counties and their individual data. This data is published in between national census events that take place every ten years.
Try accessing the court's site directly, most cases are county level and their clerks are in charge of records. There are others asking the same question and shared what they did. Type in the keyword "transcripts" in search box above and you will see a list of answers to similar questions. Select all states, even with other states, the system/process is similar and will give a good idea of what to do.
If you're over eighteen y/o, you can request it directly from the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control. There are four ways to get the birth record, over the counter which takes less than an hour according to their site. By mail, which take 2 to 4 weeks, by phone, taking 5 to 7 working days, and online which takes the same amount of time. There's an online form for requestors and what you need to show, id and so on.
I would start with magistrate's office at your local courthouse. You can also request a 10 yr driving record from the SCDMV. Any suspensions & there cause are typically listed. Note that there is a $10 fee. You can do it online & view instantly.
Check into the library near that area, they will usually carry local papers/periodicals in microfish, or some other format that makes looking up reports better. Many have computerized their systems.
You can get marriage records between 1950 to 12/2012 from the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control. Or the probate court for marriages dating further back. You can either walking and order one, online, by phone or mail.
If you don't know where the arrest happened, maybe crime mapping can help, or any other source that shows crimes by general location. If you do know where the arrest happened, then you'll know which department made the arrest, or at the least which has the person in custody. The local police departments which make a majority of the arrests have websites with inmate searches. You can simply do a web search for: inmates and the name of the city/area/county. Larger police departments are more likely to have better online free sources. If the city police does not show its arrests or inmates, look into the county sheriffs. Detention center searches are online and open to anyone.
Local law enforcement agencies offer online arrest or custody searches. If the arrested individual was convicted and incarcerated, you can conduct a free South Carolina Department of Corrections (SCDC) search. And a toll free inmate information line, the phone number is on SCDC's webpage.
You can attempt to do the same as members of the media and ask the U.S.P.S public information officer directly. Once you’re on the postal inspector’s website, link to the public information officer’s webpage with the press room drop down menu. On the public information officer’s page you will see the contact information to either call or send an email.
Go to the County Website of where the property resides- Do a property search in the Assessor office area. Each county website varies, but you should be able to look up the owner based on resident address.
Jacob, Were you adopted? If so, I hate to break this news to you, but unless you know her name or your adoptive parents new of her there are two options. One is find out from the adoption agency, and 36 years ago may mean going in the depth of the basement. Most government adjencys have scanned documents and have them on micro-files. If it was a closed or opened adoption would be the question for them. A closed adoption is nearly impossible to find out any information. If you needed to know for a kidney transplant, perhaps you could file a petition and a Judge can order it to be revealed. IT's a long shot, If you know someone with the police department, they may be able to run your DNA, and see if there are any matches. Only the case if she were ever arrested in that case. I was adopted and do not know my biological father. I feel your curiosity. Good luck.
Do you know is ss number...full name date of birth.. first I'd check death records...one never knows.. then google ..bing...yahoo. just type in his full name and what state you think he is in.. it's not going to be fast or easy then hit facebook...MySpace..kik... social media you can search if you know high school went to or home town. I went thru the very same thing.. found mine on facebook.. good luck
There are a few circumstances that matter. First is the location of the marriages, which county or court in South Carolina. Another issue is the date of the marriage to see whether they may be archived. Official certificate are provided by the state's department of health and environmental control. However, there may be other places, such as court and periodical searches which can show marriage. Where and when are marriages?
There may be some information you already which can be helpful, such as the location at time of death or when the date of death was. Periodicals such as local news papers across South Carolina publish recent deaths. You can look for a list of the main publications of any city and check more than just one area. Due to older publications and their lack of presence on the internet, the death notice you’re looking for may not appear online, therefore you may need to visit local libraries which maintain archived papers going back much farther in time.
Arrest records is a general term which can mean either statistics of persons arrested in a particular area or the the report made by the police making the arrest about the incident. A majority of the arrests made are by the local police department and they will be the place where the actual report can be requested, instructions and forms are usually available from the department’s website. There are 46 counties in South Carolina and many more local city police departments. Their websites offer the public on how to request arrest records. Statistical information are usually available from most state police, however in this state, the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division has much of the information and it’s open to the public. Once on the website, the column to the left will have a link to “Crime Reporting and Statistics”, click and select 'Crime in South Carolina books', then click on '2002 - Crime in South Carolina Book', which will go directly to the arrest reports for that year.
Beaufort, similar to other areas, even outside of South Carolina, criminal cases are filed and stored at the county court house and arrest reports are requested from the law enforcement department which made the arrest. Beaufort has both a police and a county sheriffs department, each with a website with the sheriffs department providing a form for requesting incident report copies under their sections tab. The court's online services in Beaufort are even better with a free case records search of the fourteenth judicial circuit public index. There is a tab in the index search which allows users to choose the type of case. The date window allows the search to be by the arrest date only.
You can do a simple people finder search that is offered freely online. There after you can do some homework with search newswires or periodicals of obituaries and read about the area's deaths. You can search deeds, mortgages, plats and fed/state tax liens online. You can look up death records if you believe that the person has since deceased. The fee for this service is minimal, there are restrictions regarding who can obtain this information. Once the record is fifty years or older, it will be open to the public.