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Uriah (#47012829)
 member for 8 years, 11 months, 1 day
N. T. McMaster
Sanders Cemetery
Good evening,

I am wondering about the location of the Sanders Cemetery. I visited the cemetery several years ago, and I remember that it is somewhere off the Cross Keys highway, but not its exact locale.

Thank you,

Nathaniel T. McMaster
Winnsboro, SC

Added by N. T. McMaster on Jun 14, 2016 5:01 PM

Patrick Ryan & Doris W, O
RE: Young Cemetery - Union, SC
dont rememberif I replied send me a message

Added by Patrick Ryan & Doris W, O on Aug 08, 2014 10:27 AM

Patrick Ryan & Doris W, O
RE: Young Cemetery - Union, SC
Mr Bailie Apomi is a fallen graver meaning. they are deceased or have left the site. If you want to Maintain a memorial send the #No to

Added by Patrick Ryan & Doris W, O on Jun 23, 2014 6:46 PM

Patrick Ryan & Doris W, O
RE: Young Cemetery - Union, SC
Hello we have taken several my family site created by APOMI they are considered a Fallen graver . dont know if they are deceased or other. But if you want to have control of your family site get the numbers located on their site and send them to Findagrave asking for control of the numbers and statethis person aopmi is a fallen graver. Good luck hope you can get the ones you want If I can help let me know.

Added by Patrick Ryan & Doris W, O on Mar 12, 2014 9:05 PM

Dori Emerson Lloyd
Cassinda (Cassindia) Dupree
This memorial: # 13104061

She is the daughter of my 3rd great grandparents, and I'm wondering why she is buried in the Edwards Cemetery--what relation was this family to the Duprees? I was asking these women because one of them put the page up, and the other commented as if she might be a family member... just wondering. thanks!

Added by Dori Emerson Lloyd on Oct 31, 2013 9:43 PM

Dori Emerson Lloyd
Trying to contact...
..."Apomi" or Helen Shetley, two of your friends, but they have their messages disabled. Trying to ask about a memorial Apomi created and Helen left a flower for. My email is if you or either one of them can contact me... thanks!

Added by Dori Emerson Lloyd on Oct 31, 2013 3:03 PM

RE: John Humphries
Thanks for letting me know. I am very disappointed. Does your book have anything about a Sarah who was born in 1858?

Added by rhondajo on Oct 17, 2013 1:07 PM

MaryAnn Andersen
T.J. Young photo
Thanks for taking the photo of T.J. Young's gravestone. I really appreciate it !!

MaryAnn Andersen

Added by MaryAnn Andersen on Jul 21, 2013 8:52 PM

Robert F. Rubel
William Wesley Greer

Thank you for the photo of his headstone. You are a true asset to the Find A Grave community.

Robert Fielding Rubel

Added by Robert F. Rubel on Feb 11, 2013 2:07 PM

Robert F. Rubel
William Wesley Greer

Added by Robert F. Rubel on Feb 11, 2013 2:04 PM

Nancy Lee Huggins
Thank you so much for your time and effort to get these photos of the Humphries grave sites. Nancy

Added by Nancy Lee Huggins on Sep 14, 2012 5:29 AM

Sardis Church
Thank you for the pictures Sardis Church Cemetery. I appreciate them very much.

Added by gerald on Jul 08, 2011 9:07 PM

Carol Anne Hoch
RE: The Sartors
memorial number:51711725, John Y Sartor, Sr...take a look to see if he matches any of yours. His daughter Mary, that died in 1910 is the one we are trying to find where she was buried. Her headstone just turned up last month in Wimberly, Texas.

Added by Carol Anne Hoch on May 24, 2011 2:31 PM

Carol Anne Hoch
The Sartors
No, kinda a neighbor....Irene Musgrove's grandmother was a Harrison who was a Sartor...she is 87 years old now I was taking pictures of the Harrisons, she had an Aunt Verna who died a few months ago, who was 104 years thing lead to another..just a wonderful family and I love history. Then I found out another friend that worked with my Dad for over 20 years, his great grandmother was one of the Sartors...he was telling me about little Bessie...

Do you know about Mary Sartor?

Added by Carol Anne Hoch on May 23, 2011 8:10 PM

Carol Anne Hoch
The Sartors
Thank you so much for taking the pictures for me!!!! CArol anne

Added by Carol Anne Hoch on May 23, 2011 11:27 AM

Letitia Nelson Humphries
Thank you so much for photographing her final resting place for me...I feared she had passed so long ago she would never be found..I greatly appreciate when requests are fulfilled!

Added by Kristi on Apr 04, 2011 7:51 AM

Donna Brummett
Hey once again. No, I did not get to the Episcopal Church. Althought I could have since we went to Union that day. I didn't realize Adam wanted someone there until I got home. If it every gets warm enough to get out, see if you can find the memorial for him. Have a Merry Christmas. Talk to you LATER DB

Added by Donna Brummett on Dec 15, 2010 4:58 PM

Donna Brummett
Uriah, I got over to Mt. Vernon today and found Martha & Monroe. Would have never seen them had I not guess right. Figured they might be near George Barth Dawkins Jr. & Sr. Looked at the little one beside them on the left side and there was Martha. The next one that was even smaller was marded M.D. 4/15/1928. I think that is probably a death date rather than a birth date. You would never see them if you didn't know exactly where to look. Got photo's on Find A Grave. Just thought I would let you know. Merry Christmas and keep warm. LATER DB

Added by Donna Brummett on Dec 13, 2010 8:15 PM

Adam Dawkins
RE: Mt. Vernon Dawkins' memorials
Thank you so very much for going by Mount Vernon. I live in Washington, DC, and only get down home a few times a year. I'm planning to spend some time in Union this Christmas with our family graves there; I spent all of Thanksgiving in Newberry County in a few cemeteries down there.

Anyway, the Find A Grave memorial for Monroe Dawkins is incorrect; he died in April 1928. There is a family legend that he was born in Ireland, but I cannot find any supporting documentation for that. His death certificate says he was born in SC, but I know they were pretty sloppy in 1928 with what they wrote on death certificates.

George Bothwell Dawkins is Monroe's son, so my guess is that Monroe's and Martha's graves would be very close by. It's entirely possible that their stones have disappeared, or that they never had stones to begin with.

Thank you again for going by there. I appreciate it more than you know.

Incidentally, my great grandmother on the maternal side was Lila Bailey of Union, daughter of Richard Hampton and Maggie Bailey. Relations?

All the best to you.

Adam Dawkins

Added by Adam Dawkins on Dec 02, 2010 11:45 AM

Linda Proudler
Robert N Parris
So nice of you to take your time to do be a favor. Special people like you, make the world a better place!

Added by Linda Proudler on Jun 04, 2010 5:48 PM


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