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Willington Cemetery, McCormick County, South Carolina, USA

GeneralEdit

  • location: Go north from McCormick to Willington. Turn left at Gov. Patrick Noble Historical marker, cross railroad, turn right, proceed to Willington Cemetery sign, turn left here.

Grave ListEdit

Beginning at extreme left side of cemetery after entering gate.

Line IEdit

108ahandpx-Purple hand.svg Grave 1 - G. W. Martin (broken homemade stone)

Grave 2 - broken stone (no mark)

Grave 3 - Cathrine, Wife of Phares Martin

Acw-gen CSA Grave 4 - George W. Martin, Co. C. 7th Inf., CSA

Graves 5 - 9 - unmarked

Grave 10 - unmarked (funeral home metal stake, no mark)

Grave 11 - unmarked

Grave 12 - Armenia B. Bouchillon, Born June 17, 1887, Died March 1, 1920

Grave 13 - unmarked (oval of bricks mark grave)

Grave 14 - unmarked

Crib120px-Cradle for H.M. the Queen by H. Rogers Grave 15 - John E., Born May 22 & died July 26, 1898

Crib120px-Cradle for H.M. the Queen by H. Rogers Grave 16 - Helen, Born & Died Febr. 3, 1897 (children of G. B. & D. M. Perryman)

Line IIEdit

Grave 1 - W. L. Darracott, Nov. 26, 1850, Aug. 5, 1918

Grave 2 - Miss Susan Darracott, Died May 1., 1927, Aged 76 years

Grave 3 - Sam Lumpkin, 1858 - 1922

Graves 4 - 6 - unmarked

Acw-gen CSA 120px-Animated-Flag-South Carolina Grave 7 - Pat Tennent - Co C 7 SC Inf, CSA

Graves 8 - 9 - unmarked

Grave 10 - Edward Mitchel, June 11, 1846, Dec. 20, 1916

Grave 11 - Catherine Mitchell, Dec. 15, 1860, Oct. 28, 1915

Acw-gen CSA 120px-Animated-Flag-South Carolina Grave 12 - Ed Mitchell, Stuart's Co, S.C. Arty, CSA

Crib120px-Cradle for H.M. the Queen by H. Rogers Grave 13 - Louie, Son of Lee J. & Fannie Bouchillon, Sept. 4, 1936, June 27, 1937

Crib120px-Cradle for H.M. the Queen by H. Rogers Grave 14 - J. Glenn, Son of L. J. & F. M. Bouchillon, Oct. 7, 1917, July 11, 1919

Grave 15 - Leonard G., Son of H. M. & G.E. Bouchillon, Born Jan. 12, 1884, Died Dec. 24, 1914

Acw-gen CSA 120px-Animated-Flag-South Carolina Grave 16 - Henry M. Bouchillon, Co K 15 SC Inf, CSA

Grave 17 - George T. Bouchillon, Aug. 19, 1865, July 2, 1930

Grave 18 - Henry M. Bouchillon, May 27, 1845, April 9, 1919

Grave 19 - T. B. Bouchillon, May 26, 1904, Febr. 23, 1920

Grave 20 - R. E. Bouchillon, July 27, 1907, Febr. 23, 1920

Line IIIEdit

Grave 1 - Sarah E., Wife of William L. Darracott, March 20, 1842, April 25, 1913, Aged 75 yrs. 1 mo. 5 days [dates do not match age]

Grave 2 - W. E. McNair, Febr. 13, 1833, March 20, 1908

Flag of the United States.svg United States Cropped94px-Army 120px-Animated-Flag-South Carolina Grave 3 - William A. Bowens, South Carolina, PVT Co K 42 US Vol Inf, April 7, 1867, June 30, 1958

Grave 4 - John Albert Gibert, Twin son of Helen McMakin & Albert Gibert, March 17, 1895, April 21, 1947

Grave 5 - Jane LeRoy Gibert, Jan. 27, 1898, Jan. 2, 1980

Grave 6 - Gibert, James McMakin Gibert, March 17, 1895, Oct. 21, 1945

Grave 7 - Albert Gibert, Aug. 1, 1859, Aug. 18, 1938

Grave 8 - Hellen McMakin, Wife of Albert Gibert, 1863 - 1922

ICRC - emblems Grave 9 - John Albert Gibert M. D., Born May 3, 1821, Died Sept. 3, 1892

Grave 10 - Mrs. Martha C. Gibert, Daughter of Dr. William & Catherine Calhoune Tennent, Born Dec. 18, 1830, Died March 26, 1874

Crib120px-Cradle for H.M. the Queen by H. Rogers Grave 11a, side one - Our little Kate
Grave 11b, other side - Dr. J. A. & M. A. Gibert

Grave 12 - Sarah Pettigrew, Wife of Orville T. Calhoun, ESQ. & daught. of Dr. J. A. & M. C. Gibert, Born Dec. 8, 1856, Died Oct. 28, 1887

Grave 13 - W. M. R.

Grave 14 - F. A. Tennent, 1865 - 1931

Crib120px-Cradle for H.M. the Queen by H. Rogers Grave 15 - Corrie Isabella Covin, Died Aug. 25, 1873, aged 3 years, 4 months and 19 days

Crib120px-Cradle for H.M. the Queen by H. Rogers Grave 16 - Martha Margeret Covin, Born July 21, 1859, Died Oct. 17, 1862

Grave 17 - Mrs. E. C. Covin, Wife of P. A. Covin, Born May 30, 1841, Died March 31, 1879

Grave 18 - George Bradley Morrah, March 9, 1856, July 24, 1902; Jane Wardlaw Morrah, June 12, 1863, Nov. 20, 1896

Grave 19 - Oscar A. Morrah, Dec. 2, 1890, Sept. 14, 1948

Grave 20 - Susan F. Lathrop, Wife of Dr. A. W. Lathrop, Born Dec. 28, 1805, Died Dec. 9, 1862

Crib120px-Cradle for H.M. the Queen by H. Rogers Grave 21 - Francis Mahew, son of H. M. & G. E. Bouchillon, Born May 18, 1904, Died Jan. 30, 1905

Grave 22 - Henry P., Son of H. M. & G. E. Bouchillon, Born Aug. 29, 1887, Died July 7, 1909

Grave 23 - E. P. Wilhite, Aged 49 years

Line IVEdit

Grave 1 - unmarked (grave surrounded by brick & rock)

Acw-gen CSA 120px-Animated-Flag-South Carolina Grave 2 - H. K. Burdette, Co A 1SC Cav, CSA

Grave 3 - Beloved Son, Orville Gibert Calhoun III, April 13, 1966, Dec. 31, 1984

Grave 4 - Mrs. Kittie Link Calhoun, Born Dec. 8, 1895, Died Jan. 5, 1971, Aged 75 years (no stone)

Grave 5 - Orville Gibert Calhoun, Sept. 18, 1887, Aug. 18, 1972

Grave 6 - Mattie E. Covin, Wife of M. M. Tarrant, Born Jan. 4, 1834, Died May 12, 1910

Grave 7 - Marion Tarrant, Died April 30, 1889 Aged 55 yrs. and 15 days

Grave 8 - Oscar M., Son of M. M. & M. E. Tarrant, Born Febr. 4, 1864, Died Jan. 12, 1873

Grave 9 - unmarked (partially surrounded by brick)

Grave 10 - Lucy Ann Rogers, Born Jan. 21, 1836, Died Nov. 4, 1856

Acw-gen CSA 120px-Animated-Flag-South Carolina Grave 11 - William M. Rogers, 1st Lt. 15th Rgt. So Ca Vol, Born Dec. 17, 1826, Died Oct. 18, 1863, Son of Capt. Paul Rogers, a Huguenot of the Colony of New Bordeaux. The blessing that is found in the "house of the righteous" descended on him. Faithful in that he professed, he was counted worthy, at an early age, to succeed in the office long borne in his Sires in the Church. Amiable by nature, he walked by faith. "As seeing him who is invisible" and his conscientious bearing, won the love of all who knew him. "Though dead, he yet speaketh." In defenze (sic) of Southern rights he laid upon his Country's Alter, a life full of the highest promise, in the triumphs of Faith and in hope of a brighter world. He died from a wound received at Chickamauga. ------"Precious in the sight of the Lord, is the death of his saints."

Graves 12 - 14 - unmarked

Grave 15 - Mrs. Elizabeth Gardner, Consort of Jeremiah Gardner, Born Aug. 7, 1786, Died April 5, 1858

Grave 16 - Jeremiah Gardner, Born Oct. 29, 1785, Died March 12, 1851

Line VEdit

Grave 1 - Thomas J. McCracken, Died 1889, Aged 75 years; Martha E. McCracken, Died 1905, Aged 77 years

Grave 2 - Arthur Townsend McCracken, Born in Aiken 1884, Died at Rose Hill Home 1899

Grave 3 - Lizzie Townsend McCracken, Born at Bennetsville in 1857, Died at Willington in 1901

Grave 4 - John Edward McCracken, Born near Abbeville, Oct. 12, 1852, Died in McCormick, Febr. 9, 1926

Grave 5 - unmarked

Crib120px-Cradle for H.M. the Queen by H. Rogers Grave 6 - Joseph son of Dr. E. M. & M. A. Roberts, Died May 30, 1963, Aged three weeks and five days

Crib120px-Cradle for H.M. the Queen by H. Rogers Grave 7 - Edwin Claudius, Son of Robert and Sarah Brady, Died 10 July 1852, Aged 2 years and 9 months

Grave 8 - Robert Brady who departed this life in the 57 year of his age

Grave 9 - Annie White

Grave 10 - George M. C. White, April 2, 1871, March 17, 1926

Grave 11 - Mrs. A. R. White, 1842 - 1934

Grave 12 - C. A. White, Born Febr. 1843, Died April 2, 1892

Grave 13 - John B. McBride, died in Fredericksburg Va.,May 11, 1863, at the age of 23 years, 2 months and 20 days

Grave 14 - James S. Baskin, Born June 2, 1802, Died Oct. 28, 1857

Grave 15 - unmarked

Grave 16 - Isabelah McBride, Born Sept. 7, 1807, Died Oct. 18, 1851

Grave 17 - unmarked

Grave 18 - Jane Baskin, Born March 6, 1770, Died Dec. 31, 1818

Grave 19 - John Baskin, Born Aug. 24, 1774, Died Jan. 22, 1853

Line VIEdit

Grave 1 - Fred Leverette, 1933

Grave 2 - Alvie Leverette, 1900 - 1933

Grave 3 - Mary E. Lawton, 1857 - 1935

Grave 4 - George Lawton, Nov. 28, 1876, Feb. 18, 1959

Grave 5 - Ethel Hamilton LeRoy, May 10, 1886, March 31, 1949

Grave 6 - Charles Thomas LeRoy, July 18, 1887 Sept. 24, 1973

Grave 7 - Mary Susan LeRoy, Febr. 23, 1864, May 23, 1951

Grave 8 - Isaac Louis LeRoy, Nov. 4, 1861, Oct. 28, 1918

Crib120px-Cradle for H.M. the Queen by H. Rogers Grave 9 - Little Bruce, Infant son of S.S. & A. E. McLane (no other marks)

Grave 10 - unmarked (flat rock)

Grave 11 - John LeRoy, Born Oct. 30, 1788, Died Febr. 28, 1872

Graves 12 - 13 - unmarked

Grave 14 - Sara Elizabeth McKittrick, Died Febr. 1, 1845, Aged 7 years, 16 days

Crib120px-Cradle for H.M. the Queen by H. Rogers Grave 15 - Susan Jane McKittrick, Died March 13, 1843, Aged 3 months, 13 days

Grave 16 - Lucretia McKittrick, Died April 22, 1845, Aged 41 years

Grave 17 - unmarked

Grave 18 - James William McBride, May 12, 1971

Grave 19 - James Louis Porter, Nov. 24, 1853, March 1, 1936

Grave 20 - Samuel Stewart McBride Jr., Died May 15, 1970 (no other information)

Grave 21 - Samuel Stewart McBride, 1845 - 1931

Grave 22 - Mary Louise Porter McBride, 1864 - 1951

Grave 23 - Woodson Waddell McBride, July 29, 1906, March 13, 1929

Grave 24 - unmarked

Line VIIEdit

Grave 1 - Sue A. Gibert, Jan. 4, 1869, Nov. 23, 1949

Grave 2 - Jenie Lee Gibert, Aug. 10, 1854, March 12, 1924

Grave 3 - B. E. G.

Grave 4 - Sarah J., Wife of B. E. Gibert, Born Sept. 27, 1826, Died Febr. 19, 1896

Grave 5 - S. J. G.

Graves 6 - 7 - unmarked

Grave 8 - Laura LeRoy, Feb. 3, 1895, Oct. 5, 1977

Grave 9 - John Adrew LeRoy, 1860 - 1924

Grave 10 - Addie Gibert LeRoy, 1860 - 1923

Grave 11 - Elijah B. LeRoy, Born March 6, 1822, Died Nov. 10, 1865

Grave 12 - Harriet E. LeRoy, Born Sept. 26, 1825, Died Febr. 10, 1892

Grave 13 - Emma Jane LeRoy

Grave 14 - LeRoy (broken stone)

Acw-gen CSA Grave 15 - J. N. LeRoy, Born Sept. 30, 1825, Died Dec. 3, 1861, at the hospital in Va. He went for the defence of his country but God saw proper to remove him. We trust to a far better land.

Line VIIIEdit

Grave 1 - Margaret Melton, Died 10 March 1834 aged 41 years

Mil120px Grave 2 - Major George Robertson, Born Febr. 23, 1775, Died Nov. 29, 1817 and Elizabeth George Robertson, Born Febr. 13, 1818, Died July 8, 1818

Grave 3 - Eliza Woodson Pleasants, Wife of Moses Waddel, D.D., Founder of Willington Church, Died 1830

Grave 4 - Jennie, Wife of Stephen Lee, Born June 9, 1793, Died Jan. 16, 1889

Grave 5 - Caroline Jane Gibert, Wife of W. G. Darracott, Born Jan. 21, 1821, Died July 23, 1908

Graves 6 - 9 - unmarked

Grave 10 - T. J. C. (at the foot, broken stone)

Grave 11 - Moses S. Clay, Born 31 Sept. 1831, Died 10 March 1850

Graves 12 - 14 - unmarked

Line IXEdit

Grave 1 - William M. Covin, Died Aug. 13, 1848, Aged 21 yrs, 1 mos & 5 ds.

Grave 2 - Mary Ann Covin, Died Aug. 17, 1818, Aged 18 yrs., 7 mos, 4 ds.

Grave 3 - Mrs. Mary Ann Covin, Born May 14, 1802, Died April 5, 1886, Aged 83 yrs., 10 mos., 21 ds.

Grave 4 - Louis Covin, Died July 9, 1880, Aged 81 yrs, 1 mos., 9 ds.

Grave 5 - unmarked

Line XEdit

Grave 1 - mound of earth, grave (?)

Grave 2 - Jannette Hemminger, Wife of Dr. James Morrow

ICRC - emblems Grave 3 - Dr. James Morrow, Born Aug. 7, 1820, Died Dec. 11, 1865, Noble Generous Upright, We'll meet again are words that cheer, while bending o'er the tomb; For oh! that hope so bright and dear, can pierce its deepest gloom

120px-Animated-Flag-Ireland Grave 4 - Sarah Bull, Widow of the late John B. Bull and for many years wife of David Morrow (burried nearby in Guthrie Cemetery) with whom she immigrated to this country from the county of Down in Ireland in 1818. A member of the Church of the Covenanters from her earliest years. She attached herself in this country, To the Willington Presbyterian Church and died in the full faith and Triumph of the glorious Gospel of the Blessed God and our Saviour Jesus Christ, MY FLESH SHALL REST IN HOPE, It were a small thing oer thy grave to say, That thou in life were loved and mourned when dead, Such memories decay, Oh rather be it said, Thy walk below, sustained by faith and love, Thy flesh here rests in hopes to see God's face above. W. T. White

Grave 5 - John Baxter Bull, Died 5th Jan. 1855, 65 years of age, He was born in the lower part of this state and when quite a youth removed with his widowed mother to the neighborhood of Willington and under the care of the Reverent Moses Waddle (sic), he received both his intellectual and religious training.

120px-Anarchist flag with A symbol.svg Mil120px Grave 6 - General William A. Bull, who was an elegant and polite scholar, a gentleman, a warm zealous and disinterested patriot. A brave and most generous officer and was thus endeared to all ranks of men who knew him. A kind neighbor, a very warm and devoted friend, kind and liberal to the poor, a good and generous brother. Incredible to relate! On the night of the 27. Dec. 1838 being alone on his plantation General Bull was most unjustly, cruelly and horribly murdered by his own servants. Aged 49 years and 4 months.

Grave 7 - Mrs. Elizabeth Bull who fell asleep in Jesus on the 7th of July 1832, Aged 70 years. Mrs. Bull was a widow indeed trusting in God, An humble, constant and trembling Believer in Jesus Christ

Grave 8 - Nancy A. Morrah, Wife of S. R. Morrah, Born Oct. 23, 1816, Died Jan. 10, 1888

Grave 9 - Samuel R. Morrah, Born Oct. 13, 1813, Died June 12, 1882

Grave 10 - Isabella N. Morrah, Wife of J. B. Morrah, Born Dec. 3, 1837, Died June 8, 1887

Grave 11 - John B. Morrah, Died 30. Sept. 1859, Aged 21 years, 8 months and 21 days

Grave 12 - Jane Morrah, Born 29 April 1787, Died July 1847

Line XIEdit

Grave 1 - Glennie Hardaway, 1910 - 1939

Grave 2 - Mrs. Lenora Hardaway, 1878 - 1959

Flag of the United States.svg United States Cropped94px-Army WWIIVMcroppedandshrunk 125px-Flag of North Korea.svg Grave 3 - Lawrence A. Hardaaway, M/Sgt. U S Army, World War II, Korea, April 24, 1916, Aug. 8, 1985

Grave 4 - Isaac Monroe Moragne, Born Oct. 24, 1821, Died Dec. 11, 1852

Grave 5 - Margeret Blanton Moragne, Wife of Isaac Moragne, Born Sept. 11, 1799, Died Oct. 29, 1852

Grave 6 - Isaac Moragne, born ala Nouvelle Bordeaux, July 11, 1774, died March 13, 1850

Flag of the United States.svg United States USAdodpent 120px-Animated-Flag-Mexico Grave 7 - John Bayle Moragne, Born Oct. 16, 1819, He served as a 1st Lt. in the Palmetto Regiment and was killed in battle at the Garita De Belen City of Mexico Sept. 13, 1847; other side of tombstone - Battles of Vera Cruz, Contreras, Churmbusco, Chapultepec, killed at Garite De Belen

Grave 8 - Francis Cecille Moragne, Born Nov. 22, 1830, Died Dec. 7, 1845

Line XIIEdit

Police300px-TwoTARDISmodelsNCIS Badge Grave 1 - Curtis Hunter Hemminger, Sept. 28, 1906, July 2, 1937, S. C. Highway Patrol No. 135

Grave 2 - Daisy Wright Hemminger, June 26, 1880, Dec. 6, 1948

Grave 3 - John Guthrie Hemminger, May 5, 1880 March 13, 1928

Line XIIIEdit

Grave 1 - Lawton's plot with one stone (Lawton's) evidence of one unmarked grave

Grave 2 - Nellie Lindley Lawton, Feb. 22, 1901, Apr. 23, 1981

Grave 3 - Walter Lawton, June 20, 1885, June 19, 1947

Grave 4 - Jules B. McBride, Died Dec. 2, 1969 Aged 84 years

Grave 5 - Waldo McBride, 1876 - 1935

Grave 6 - Fannie McBride, 1850 - 1938

Grave 7 - Robert McBride, 1847 - 1888

Grave 8 - unmarked

Acw-gen CSA 120px-Animated-Flag-South Carolina Grave 9 - Andrew H. McAllister, Co G, 1 SC Cav, CSA

Grave 10 - unmarked

Grave 11 - Mary Weed, Died Sept. 8, 1857, Aged 92 years, 1 mos. and 2 days

Grave 12 - Mat. A. Weed, Died Febr. 23, 1851, Aged 90 years, 11 mos. and 7 days

Graves 13 - 15 - unmarked

ICRC - emblems Grave 16 - Dr. S. V. Caine, Born Nov. 1, 1809, Died July 6, 1858, The deceased prosecuted under Dr. Waddell. At Willington where he acquired those comprehensive and liveral views, that goodness of heart, and that magnanimous generosity which ever characterized him and which he manifested throughout his useful life. He graduated at Medical College in Charleston in 1833 and settled near Ninety Six. There he removed to Greenwood and in a few years sank into a premature grave, leaving a wife, five children and a large circle of friends to mourn his separation.

Grave 17 - Emilie Catherine Hemminger, April 26, 1872, Oct. 25, 1948

Grave 18 - George Oliver Hemminger, April 24, 1871, Dec. 4, 1959

Grave 19 - Margaret LeRoy Hemminger, April 26, 1894, Jan. 19, 1985

Grave 20 - James Morrow Hemminger Sr., Jan. 29, 1895, Jan. 4, 1982

Line XIVEdit

ICRC - emblems Grave 1 - Dr. William Edwin Link, Son of John & Mary McGaw Link, Dec. 19, 1831, Oct. 1, 1925

Grave 2 - Louisa Catherine Harris, Wife of Dr. W. E. Link, April 4, 1829, Sept. 16, 1897

Grave 3 - Joseph Jenkins Link, Aug. 29, 1862, Sept. 14, 1909

Grave 4 - Kittie Link Porter, July 30, 1868, April 13, 1920

Grave 5 - Isaac L. Porter, April 21, 1860, June 11, 1919

Grave 6 - Joe R. Porter, May 8, 1897, Jan. 18, 1919

Crib120px-Cradle for H.M. the Queen by H. Rogers Grave 7 - Mary Louisa, Daughter of I. L. & K. H. Porter, Born Sept. 15, 1891, Died Aug. 24, 1892

Grave 8 - Josephine Bellot, 1812 - 1894

Grave 9 - Loucinda Jane Moragne, Born Nov. 25, 1839, Died Aug. 1, 1855

Grave 10 - Amanda Alice Moragne, Born Aug. 7, 1846, Died March 13, 1851

Grave 11 - Rachal Amanda Allen, Daughter of Banister Allen, married Peter Boyer Moragne, Jan. 29, 1839, Born Dec. 28, 1821, Died Nov. 12, 1856

Grave 12 - Peter Boyer Moragne, Born Aug. 20, 1804, Died Oct. 21, 1864

Grave 13 - J. B. A. Moragne, Born June 18, 1850, Died Febr. 26, 1899, son of P. B. & R. A. Allen Moragne, married S. E. Ramey, Jan. 4, 1870

Grave 14 - Sara E. Ramey, Wife of J. B. A. Moragne, Dec. 24, 1854, April 21, 1937

Grave 15 - Cora Lee Moragne, Febr. 28, 1877, July 12, 1941

Grave 16 - Brother, James Louis Moragne, Febr. 25, 1871, April 20, 1948

Graves 17 - 18 - unmarked

Grave 19 - Mary Eliza, consort of Dr. H. G. Middleton, Born June 15, 1824, Died June 20, 1851

Grave 20 - Floride C. Harris

Grave 21 - Thomas H. Harris

Grave 22 - Bethsheba A. Harris

Graves 20, 21, 22 "Triplets"

Grave 23 - Mrs. Bathsheba Ann Harris, Born May 10, 1805, Died Sept. 17, 1850

Grave 24 - unmarked

Line XVEdit

Grave - Viola Cowan, 1875 - 1948

Grave 2 - Bobie Cowan, 1864 - 1933

Grave 3 - Miss Jennie Cowan, 1859 - 1918

120px-Animated-Flag-Georgia ICRC - emblems Grave 4 - John W. Hemminger (Georgia - Pvt. Med. Dept.) Died Oct. 11, 1918

Grave 5 - Charlie W. Burnette, Died June 26, 1916

Grave 6 - Martha Clark Hemminger, Born Aug. 10, 1866, Died March 1, 1902

Crib120px-Cradle for H.M. the Queen by H. Rogers Grave 7 - Infant son of R. W. & S. M. Perryman, March 19, 1901

Crib120px-Cradle for H.M. the Queen by H. Rogers Grave 8 - Maggie Cowan, Born May 24, 1869, Died Sept. 16, 1871

Grave 9 - C. W. Cowan, Born Nov. 15, 1829, Died June 27, 1893

Grave 10 - Margaret S. Cowan, Born Sept. 7, 1838, Died June 16, 1890

Crib120px-Cradle for H.M. the Queen by H. Rogers Grave 11 - Samuel Leslie, son of R. F. & M. E. Morris, Born Aug. 7, 1884, Died June 27, 1886

Crib120px-Cradle for H.M. the Queen by H. Rogers Grave 12 - Lester Morris, ARIAIL, Nov. 29, 1915, Jan. 9, 1918

Graves 13 - 15 - unmarked

Grave 16 - Elizabeth G. Singleton, 1847 - 1889

Grave 17 - Nannie J., wife of B. E. Gibert, Jr., Born Oct. 18, 1854, Died Dec. 12, 1882

Crib120px-Cradle for H.M. the Queen by H. Rogers Grave 18 - George R., son of W. S. & L. B. Mouchett, Born Oct. 20, 1888, Died Dec. 20, 1889

Grave 19 - Agnes E., second wife of B. E. Gibert Jr., Born Nov. 3, 1855, Died Jan. 4, 1892

Grave 20 - unmarked

Grave 21 - Peter Boyer Moragne, Sept. 30, 1889, July 1, 1969

Grave 22 - Melrose McBride Sanders (Died) Sept. 10, 1957

Line XVIEdit

Grave 1 - Samuel E. Cowan, May 20, 1857, Jan. 30, 1938

Grave 2 - Margaret Morris Ariail, Aug. 13, 1886, July 5, 1952

Grave 3 - Robert Lee Ariail, Sept. 18, 1887, March 28, 1948

Grave 4 - Mary E. Cowan, Wife of R. F. Morris, Jan. 20, 1862, Aug. 18, 1935

Grave 5 - Robert Foster Morris, June 5, 1860, April 27, 1932

Grave 6 - Emma G. Singleton, 1856 - 1930

Grave 7 - John F. Singleton, 1848 - 1928

Grave 8 - Lila M., Wife of B. E. Gibert, Born April 27, 1877, Died Oct. 10, 1919

Grave 9 - Bennie E. Gibert, 1856 - 1937

Grave 10 - Lizzie R. Gibert, 1872 - 1949

Grave 11 - Winfield H. Baker, June 14, 1911, July 18, 1985

Grave 12 - William Stork, son of Mr. & Mrs. Alexander Lawton, Aug. 30, 1913, March 21, 1949

Grave 13 - Alex Lawton, July 4, 1878, Nov. 5, 1963

Grave 14 - Lewis Collins Rich, son of John E. and Martha Middleton Rich of Clarks Hill, S. C., Sept. 20, 1885, Sept. 10, 1967, Aged 81 years, 11 months

Grave 15 - Mary Isabella Rich, Daughter of Samuel Stewart and Mary Louise Porter McBride of Willington, S.C., Born Nov. 30, 1893, Died Nov. 2, 1986

Line XVIIEdit

Grave 1 - Thomas E. Frith, 1851 - 1911

Crib120px-Cradle for H.M. the Queen by H. Rogers Grave 2 - Iva Lee, son of Mr. & Mrs. W. H. McNair, Born March 27, 1895, Died Nov. 24, 1896

Grave 3 - Lulu F. Frith, Wife of Wm. H. McNair, July 9, 1877, Sept. 17, 1951

Grave 4 - William H. McNair, 1869 - 1942

Graves 5 - 7 - unmarked

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