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- No Sparrows are mentioned
1800 Census of South Carolina compiled by Brent H. Holcomb (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1980)
"Sparrow, Daniel Sum [Sunter] 608 "
- " Sparrow, James Csn [Charleston] 107"
John Nelson, Nelson's Charleston Directory, and Strangers Guide for 1801 (Charleston: John Nixon Nelson, 1801)
- "Sparrow James, butcher st. [stall], 16, h, Cumming [Coming] St [Street]"
- No Sparrows are mentioned
J. J. Negrin, Negrin's Directory for the Year 1807: Containing Every Article of General Utility (Charleston: J. J. Negrin, 1807)
- "Sparrow James, butcher 6 s.c. [S.E.], Cannon [Canon] St. [Street] cannonsb [Cannonborough]"
Richard Hrabowski, Directory for the District of Charleston Comprising the Places Residence and Occupation of the White Inhabitans of the following Parishes, to Wit -- St. Michael, St. Philip, St. Philip on the Neck, St. John (Colleton), Christ Church, St. James (Santee), St. Thomas and St. Dennis, St. John (Berkeley), St. Stephen and St. James (Goose Creek) (Charleston, John Hoff, 1809)
- "Sparrow James, butcher, Cannon-st [Street]"
South Carolina 1810 Census Index, Ronald Vern Jackson et al, editors (Accelerated Indexing Systems, Inc., 1976)
- "Sparrow, James char 208 Charlest"
South Carolina 1820 Census Index, Ronald Vern Jackson et al editors (Accelerated Indexing Systems, Inc.)
-"Sparrow, James Charleston Co. 073 000001-10010"
The South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Volume XLIV, Number 2, April, 19473, p. 83.
- "The Friends and Acquantances of Mr. John P. Whilhelmi, are invited to attend his Funeral This Morning at 9 o'clock, from his late residence Cannon's-street. Islington, next door to Mr. Sparrow's without a more particular invitation" [Tuesday, October 7, 1817]
"Marriage and Death Notices from the City Gazette of Charleston, S.C.," contributed by Elizabeth Heyward Jervey, The South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Volume XLVIII, Number 1, January, 1947, p. 14.
- "Married, on Saturday evening last, by the Rev Dr. Furman, Mr. James Sparrow, to Mrs. Ellen Merkle, widow, late of New York" [Tuesday, October 10, 1820]
Prior to 1782, the only probate court in South Carolina was located in Charleston. Samuel Sparrow was not mentioned in the Index to Wills of Charleston County South Carolina 1671-1868 (Baltimore Co., Inc., 1974).