South Carolina Proprietary Counties in 1682
Craven County extended north from Seewee Creek (present-day Awendaw Creek) to an undetermined point (North and South Carolina had not been split at that time). Berkeley County extended from the Stono River on the south to Seewee Creek where it emptied into Bulls Bay on the north. Colleton County extended from the Stono River south to the Combahee River. Granville County was later laid out between the Combahee and the Savannah Rivers.

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