As an aside ...
I am "Tagging" this (General) 'Question' of yours in this "Community.FamilySearch" Forum, to two (x2) specific 'Groups' in the Forum being:
(1) "South Carolina Genealogy"; and,
(2) "Southern States Family History Research"; and,
(3) "United States Genealogy Research",
in the hope that, the members of those groups may be able to answer/assist you.
Those Groups, are "Public", which you can join, if you wish.
Plus, those first two 'Groups' have some great "Links" to some 'on-line' website resources specifically for 'South Carolina', they can be found on the 'right-hand-side' of the groups page/screen.
@South Carolina Genealogy
@Southern States Family History Research
@United States Genealogy Research
You should see a Guide and other links for SC in our resource list. If you don’t let me know so I can add. In your situation, I would try Richland County Library Genealogy Database. They have a huge selection. Sometimes you may find Death Certificates attached to Find A Grave but that’s a hit and miss situation. If you still can’t find message me and I will do my best to help you find.
Death certificates for SC are on Ancestry from 1821-1968 and on FamilySearch from 1915-1965. Let me know if you can't find it.
Ancestry can be accessed free for research at your public library. A paid membership is required to build your tree there. But you can research to your heart's content. With a library card, you can research it online from your easy chair.
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