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|Son of a local historian from the Old English area of South Carolina. I enjoy linking families to each other throughout the area. I use Jean Bratton Clawson Agee's papers in the history Room at the Chester County Library in Chester, S.C.. Her research is extensive and well organized.|
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Hi - it looks like you added a memorial for a John C Brannen in South Carolina, but someone else had already entered it and included more info. The other memorial is 53783534.
Added by Randy on May 05, 2015 6:14 PM
|Jackie Bass||Evergreen Cemetery - thanks!!|
Thank you for documenting the Evergreen Cemetery in NC. My family (Howell and Davis) is there and it was wonderful to see the history. God bless you!
Thank you so much!
Added by EH on Apr 30, 2015 6:47 PM
|Barbara Reid Ruiz||Juliet Reid photo|
Thank you for finding Juliet Reid's marker!
|Debbie McWatters||RE: Thomas Jefferson McWatters 38738579|
ALICE CORDER 1874-NOV 1 1922, D/O DAVID CORDER. DIED AT COLUMBIA STATE HOSPITAL, BURIED IN CHESTER, SC. ONE THING I LEARNED ABOUT THE STATE HOSPITAL, IT NOT ALWAYS MEANT YOU WERE A PSYCH PATIENT. IT WAS ALSO A HOSPITAL FOR CSA VETERANS AND THEIR FAMILIES. ALICE'S CAUSE OF DEATH WAS PELLEGRA. I HAVE TO CHECK BUT I THINK HER MOTHER WAS A VARNADORE. I'LL LET YOU KNOW.
|Linda Lyles||arp rev.|
|MrsB||Howe edits appreciated|
Thank you so much!
Added by MrsB on Apr 21, 2015 11:02 AM
|Nancy Towns||Rev. Charles E. & Margaret H. McDonald|
I have been researching the Bethel A.R.P. Church of Winnsboro, SC using Nelle McMaster Sprott's 1982 history of the church and its cemetery.
I noticed that you were not sure where Rev. Charles Edgar McDonald #137860973 and his wife, Margaret Harris McDonald #137861116, were buried. According to Sprott, they are buried in the Bethel Cemetery along with their infant daughter who I listed.
Rev. McDonald's stone reads: born 23 Nov 1859, died 23 April 1909, husband of Margaret Harris. Margaret Harris McDonald's stone reads: born 28 July 1866, died 15 June 1903, wife of Rev. C.E.
If you want me to look up anything else in the book, I will be glad to do so.
|Timothy A McKeown||Samuel McKeown Sr.|
Hi! I noticed that you have entered Samuel McKeown Sr., 1736-4/21/1813 as being buried in the McKeown family cemetery. You seem to base this entry on the Crowder book of Tombstones in Chester County. Can you give me the reference out the book or even better yet scan it and email it to me? email@example.com We are looking for his grave site but have not found it there. We have, however, located the site of one of his sons (Moses McKeown) which is down around Blackstock / Woodward where Sam Sr. originally settled. Thank you for looking into this for me! I am descended from Samuel McKeown Sr. and currently live in Houston, TX.
Rev. Timothy A. McKeown
|GermanMagnolia||45617977 Mrs Robert Morrison|
She is Catherine Susan Ragsdale, dau of Burr Harrison Ragsdale and Eliza Smith Wall. According to Eliza Ragsdale Wylie note on the marriage
"Katherine Susan Ragsdale (called Kate),b. Nov. 11, 1844, died March 26, 1916 at Philadelphia,PA. Married Robert Morrison, her first cousin, born Aug.8, l822, died Sept. 5, 1892. Both buried at Rock Hil, S.C. Two children died young. Thomas Thorn Morrison born about 1877, died 1900 ? died and buried in or near Baltimore."
I see the headstone for Roberts Morison* mem 22310028 b 1822 d 1892 is a marriage stone with Kate. *I submitted a correction to the name on the memorial. I also added her parents names to relationships
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