South Carolina's 46 present-day counties are shown in black type, while
counties that no longer exist are shown in red. Four counties created by the
Berkeley- Area around Charleston; combined with Colleton County in 1769 to
form Charleston District; separated from Charleston in 1882
Colleton- Area south of Berkeley County to the Combahee River; combined with
Berkeley County in 1769 to form Charleston District; separated from
Charleston in 1880
***(red)Craven- Area north of Berkeley County to the North Carolina border
(no longer exists)
Looking at the site makes it easier as the color coding can be seen.
From: Tom Campbell
Sent: Monday, January 25, 2010 9:24 PM
Subject: [Campbell] (no subject)
Never heard of Craven County, in South Carolina.