2 edition of One hundred and one cemeteries in Marion County, South Carolina found in the catalog.
One hundred and one cemeteries in Marion County, South Carolina
by Reprint Co., Available through Marion County Historical Society in Spartanburg, S.C, Marion, S.C
Written in English
|Other titles||101 cemeteries in Marion County, South Carolina|
|Statement||compiled by the Marion County Historical Society.|
|Contributions||Marion County Historical Society (S.C.)|
|LC Classifications||F277.M2 O55 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 606 p. :|
|Number of Pages||606|
|LC Control Number||2001135762|
The Hunters of our family line have been traced back to Allen Hunter ( - ) in Marion District (now Florence County), SC. Allen’s parents and birthplace are unknown, and have been the subjects of a great deal of research and speculation. Some speculate that his father was William Thomas Hunter, from the names of two of Allen’s sons. Nathan Pittman, Sr., Patriot:"Furnished supplies to the North Carolina Militia in the Wilmington allowed and passed by the Board of Auditors for the District of Wilmington set up to determine validity of claims for a group of North Carolina counties which included old Bladen County among the allowed from
South Carolina SC Genealogy SC Cemeteries SC Cemetery Research Resources. African-American cemeteries - also includes information about burial traditions, fellowship societies, and current preservation efforts; Cemetery Lists, Maps - enter 'cemetery' in Feature Name field then select SC and county name, click Result tab on top right to see list, click on individual cemetery for more info and . Martha was born in in Charlotte County, Virginia. She died in in Marion District, South Carolina. She was buried in Marion District, South Carolina. Martha was counted in a census in in Liberty County, South Carolina. CENSUS: In Liberty Co SC census, age Not in Marion Dist SC census.
Browse all cemeteries in Marion County, SC. Explore tombstones and graves in Marion County, SC. Marion County The Early Settlement. Marion County, as originally laid out, is in about latitude 34 north, and longitude 3 west from Washington. A line commencing at a stake on the North Carolina line, about one and a half miles from McInnis' Bridge over Little Pee Dee River, running a southwest course to and across the Great Pee Dee River to Lynch's Creek (river), dividing it from Marlborough.
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A reprint of the edition. In the Historic Sites Committee of the Marion County Historical Society took on the Task of inventorying cemeteries in Marion County. The Committee was especially interested in preserving data on the small family cemeteries The Cemetery Project.
cemeteries in Marion County, South Carolina: Responsibility: compiled by the Marion County Historical Society. The precise location of the burial ground of Rev. David Owens’ family is no longer known. It has been abandoned, overgrown, and lost to researchers for many years and the road no longer goes there.
It was not included in the book, “One Hundred and One Cemeteries in Marion County, South Carolina” by the Marion County Historical Society, (). The World’s largest gravesite collection. Contribute, create and discover gravesites from all over the world. Cemeteries in Marion County, South Carolina, a Find A Grave.
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Marion County Cemeteries This project is in need of volunteers to survey the known cemeteries and to photograph them in a size where those with impaired vision can read the dates and words plainly. Our greatest wish is to get the photos now before the stones are eroded too much.
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You are our visitor since we moved to our new location. Thanks for stopping by. Page Updated Sunday, Dec ESTSunday, Dec EST. Welcome to Marion County, South Carolina Trails. Our goal is helping you find your ancestors by placing data online for the Free use of all researchers.
We are proud to expand into South Carolina, providing our "experience" gained from years of researching our ancestors and website hosting. Marion County SCGenWeb Project Marion County Genealogy Trails Cemetery Lists, Maps - enter "cemetery" in Feature Name field then select SC and county name, click Result tab on top right to see list, click on individual cemetery for more info and maps.
Marion County was created on Ma It was named for General Francis Marion, of South Carolina, also known as the "Swamp Fox" during the Revolutionary War. Marion County drew many of its earliest settlers from South Carolina.
One hundred years after its creation Marion County boasted a population of 35, persons. Within Marion County.
There are 2 Cemeteries in Marion County, South Carolina, serving a population of 31, people in an area of square is 1 Cemetery people, and 1 Cemetery per square miles.
In South Carolina, Marion County is ranked 18th of 46 counties in Cemeteries per capita, and 31st of 46 counties in Cemeteries per square mile. Marion County was initially created in as the county of Liberty in old Georgetown District, one of the original judicial districts created in In when courthouse districts were created in South Carolina, the name Marion District was named after General Francis Marion who was born in St.
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Not to be confused with the Marion County that has existed to Lick Creek Cemetery (a/k/a Blackwell Cemetery) - Interment web site From the History of Indianapolis and Marion County, by B.
Sulgrove, "The Lick Creek Baptist Church (the first church in the township) was organized at the house of David Fisher (now the Ritzinger farm), in the spring ofby Abram Smock. Marion County was initially created in as the county of Liberty in old Georgetown District, one of the original judicial districts created in In when courthouse districts were created in South Carolina, the name Marion District was named after General Francis Marion who was born in St.
John;'s Parish, near Georgetown, South. Old Town Cemetery. located directly behind First United Methodist Church, Marion, South Carolina This was the first city cemetery and dates back to the ’s as evidenced by the grave markers.
Due to its proximity to the Masonic Lodge, which was used as a military hospital during the Civil War, Confederate weapons were buried here to avoid.The Marion County Courthouse is located in Marion, South searching for genealogy records be sure to check the following counties as they were created from Marion County: Florence County in and Dillon County in Learn More About State of South Carolina Court, Tax, Land and Probate Records.
The Clerk's Office DOES NOT DO RESEARCH.South Carolina cemetery records may even clue you in to the names of other family members or at least a spouse if there was one.
Getting It Done. One thing to keep in mind is that it is important to try to have the county name if possible when it comes to South Carolina cemetery records searches.