This is a genealogical site which lists SC John C. McAfeewho married Jane Wylie on Oct. 8, 1878.Note: There are many Wylies in the area of Chester, SC (Chester County) today.Some of the Wylies I have met and and there is a Wylie Street which I have traveled many times.
As I write this, I am remembering that, somewhere, in the GA information within the Robert and Mary Miller McAfee family, there is a Wylie name within the GA McAfee history.Further, I am visualizing that this name is associated with the line of the late Imogene McAfee Buder, the GA genealogist who was important to the old GA McAfee research efforts.I will look into this matter....this possible link.
Use this "sliver of information" re the marriage of John C. McAfee from the genealogical site link (located below) one can to go the library or use the data base from ancestry.com to actually locate the published marriage records of the county to reflect this particular marriage. This will be important to you...if it is your family line.
Note: If you make "hard copies" of your research, then, you can help to preserve your more important papers in clear plastic paper sheet holders from Office Depot or Office Max.Actually, I have found clear plastic page holders or "sheet protectors" at the price of 25 for $1.00 at the store "Dollar Tree".(They are priced at 100 (count) for about $8.00 at Office Depot or Office Max.) Using such sheet protectors keeps the xerox copies clean...particularily is this important if you share your work with other family members, or there are "little hands" around your home...or folks drinking coffee or tea around genealogical papers.And...when researching at a genelaogical library or state Archives, having your work in sheet protectors helps one to organize and index your work.
Note: I am aware that there are chemical reactions with the plastic and the paper...and that paper will not last into infinity.But, to try to preserve a writing as long as possible, do know that copies can be made on acid free paper.
Well, then, the question becomes: What about the chemical interaction between the plastic protectors and the acid free paper? At this point, who is to say?Why not scan everything onto a stick! Note: There are still copies of the U.S. Constitution in existance, and very old ledgers and letters...Hence, with care, writings can last a very long time...and, do remember, one can always copy an old paper...onto acid free paper.
Just click on the site listed below, and then, use the search key for "McAfee" to see the info about John C. McAfee and Jane Wylie of SC.