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DuBose Cemetery, McCormick County, South Carolina, USA

GeneralEdit

  • location: Willington. Approximately 3/4 mile past Willington Cemetery on old Willington road. Right side of road approximately 150 yards. Rusty wire fence with metal frame wire gate.

Section AEdit

Right side beginning at gate:

Grave 1 - Stone unmarked

Grave 2 - Archibald B. Andrews, Aug. 29, 1870 April 18, 1953

Grave 3 - Hattie Newbold, Wife of A. B. Andrews, 1874 - 1919

Grave 4 - 5 - unmarked

Grave 6 - Emilie Catherine, Wife of T. A. Andrews, Jan. 27, 1850, July 26, 1906

Grave 7 - T. A. Andrews - April 1, 1846, June 27, 1920

Grave 8 - Maggie E. Murphy, Jan. 10, 1855, June 21, 1913

Grave 9 - M. W. Murphy, April 20, 1850, April 26, 1899

Grave 10 - 11 - unmarked

Grave 12 - Francis Marion, Son of Dr. Edward Mitchell and Elizabeth Grimball Baynard of Edisto Island, S. C., Jan. 1, 1833, Jan 21, 1902 (Listed at bottom of stone - Endora, aged 3 yrs & 5 mos., Francis Marion, aged 1 yr. & 5 mos., Children of F. M. & E. D. Mitchell)

Grave 13 - Endora Mitchell, NE'E Dwight, wife of F. M. Mitchell, Oct. 19, 1835, Oct. 7, 1904, "The victory of life is won, The song of triumph has begun." Alleluia


Section BEdit

Left side beginning at gate:

Line IEdit

Crib120px-Cradle for H.M. the Queen by H. Rogers Grave 1 - Tommy, Son of F. D. Porcher, Died 1927, Aged SIX Mo.

Grave 2 & 3 - Thomas Davis, Son of O. T. & G. M. Porcher, 1869 - 1914, and His Wife Frances, 1854 - 1935

Grave 4 - S. DuBose, Son of O. T. & G. M. Porcher, Aug. 10, 1871, April 13, 1910

Grave 5 - A. L. Porcher, Born March 1, 1859, Died Febr. 13, 1908

Grave 6 - L. DeV. Porcher, Born Oct. 24, 1853 Died June 20, 1906

Rev-Christendomsymbool Grave 7 - Sacred to the memory of Rev. Octavius Theodore Porcher, Departed this life Dec. 30, 1873 in the 45 year of his age.

Grave 8 - In Memoriam, Georgiana Maine Porcher, Oct. 28,1833, May 18, 1919, and five little children, Elizabeth, De Veaux, Thomas, Georgiana, DuBose, Alive unto God through Jesus Christ our Lord

Grave 9 - small stone marked G.

Grave 10 - 12 - unmarked

Line IIEdit

Grave 1 - Dorothe Stillwell, Jan. 21, 1915, Febr. 19, 1963, Wife of Francis Davis Porcher, Mother of John & Thomas

Grave 2 - Katherine Gaillard Porcher, Born Aug. 10, 1855, Died Sept. 26, 1925

Grave 3 - Katie D. DuBose, Daughter of J. E. & A. L. DuBose, Died Nov. 10, 1873, Aged 12 yrs. and 18 days

Grave 4 - 5 - unmarked

Section CEdit

Slave107px-BLAKE10 Outside fence to southwest of cemetery are numerous graves, presumably slaves of the plantation owners in this area, marked only by rocks and indentations of ground. One grave is marked with hugh slab and reads: Mary, Born 1856, Died Jan. 18, 1886, Always faithful, Erected by R. B. Cade


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