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Carmen Cruz (#47543486)
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K Perry
Frances Rawls Huiet and William Carter Huiet
Thank you so much for the tombstone pictures. We really appreciate it You can really read them .
Added by K Perry on Aug 06, 2016 5:17 PM
Thanks for the pic!
Added by Lanie on Aug 01, 2016 12:12 AM

Would you mind adding the grave photo you added to Find A Grave Memorial# 25664181 Jack Edwards to the memorial for his wife Dorothy as they share a marker - she is linked to his page. Thanks for your help!
Added by Lanie on Jul 17, 2016 9:51 PM
Janet T
Parkin's Cemetery
I tried to tell Joseph about this Cemetery I found but he seems to ignore me. It's just out of Saluda County into Newberry County. It's in someones back yard under thick trees. 5 are marked. Several are in a clear area and a couple are about 25 feet away in the woods. Well, there is 1 marked in the woods and beside it is a rock which I took to be an unknown grave. This could be our Thomas O'neall. It's off the Denny Highway and Kempson's Bridge Road.
Added by Janet T on May 11, 2015 7:53 PM
Robert Lorick
Nancy Delores Lorick Beasley
I want to thank you for adding the head and foot marker to Nancy's Memorial on Find A Grave. You did a great job! Robert Lorick
Added by Robert Lorick on Apr 11, 2015 7:51 AM
Tracy S. Miller
RE: Gracy Matthews' grave
Wow. I guess the lighting was different, or my phone camera is crappy, or BOTH! Your photo is so much better than mine. Thank you.

When I was there, I was with my cousin Roger Miller, and he passed along a story that says that the grave right next to Gracy's is her husband's, Lewis C. Matthews. Unfortunately, he has no headstone there to confirm this.

I identified two child graves, one of which is Maude McNeary, who I now know was the daughter of Dora Matthews McNeary, one of Gracy's daughters. The infant grave right next to Maude's is likely the child of Dora, also, because of the dates listed.

There are at least two other adult graves there that are marked with only a field stone, and I think there are at least two other small graves with field stones. And there are a couple of more modern Matthews graves there, likely relatives of Melvin, on who property this cemetery sits.

I am trying to correct the Find A Grave site listing for this cemetery, because a few individuals who are actually buried in the Cleves Matthews Cemetery got listed in this cemetery.
Added by Tracy S. Miller on Feb 16, 2015 6:00 PM
Tracy S. Miller
Gracy Matthews' grave
Thank you so much. I had actually gotten over there a month or so ago and taken a picture, and I forgot to remove my photo request, but I'm glad I didn't, as your photo is much more legible. When was it taken? When I viewed it, it was almost impossible to read the name anymore from all of the mold/mildew covering it.
Added by Tracy S. Miller on Feb 15, 2015 12:24 PM
Joseph O. Smith
RE: Re: Thomas O'Neall
My Find a grave entry for James Chandler should answer your questions. If not, please feel free to contact again:

James Chandler, 4 Mar 1734 - 7? Aug 1808
Newborn District, SC

From my random notes:

His will is at the Newberry County Probate Office on microfilm. (803) 321-2118
Chandler, James
1st Spartan Regiment

A Private and a Sergeant under Lt. Col./Col. Philemon Waters after the Fall of Charleston.

From above; OTHER RELATIVES (Some may not be) who served in Revolution:
Chandler, James, 1st Spartan Regiment, 1780
A Private and a Sergeant under Lt. Col./Col. Philemon Waters after the Fall of Charleston.
Cedar Springs, SC
12 July 1780;
Spartan regiment of South Carolina Patriots ambushed Loyalist attacking party.

Chandler, Jeremiah
Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment

Served under Col. Benjamin Roebuck after the Fall of Charleston.  Unit and dates unknown.
Added by Joseph O. Smith on Jan 10, 2015 7:32 PM
Laurie Davis Hannah
Wilbur Randall Adkins
Hi Carmen: I don't know who his parents were or his connection to the Herlongs. Sorry.
Added by Laurie Davis Hannah on Dec 02, 2014 10:06 AM
Rilla Riley
Thank you for the great photo. jimmy
Added by jimmy on Nov 20, 2014 5:48 PM
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