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|Anna||RE: Ugh, left off his name|
If it's a distance for you, please hold off until I hear back from someone in Allendale county. Dr Lafitte was practicing in Bull Pond at the time of his death so he could be buried around there. I am assuming that Bull Pond is not near Denmark.
Many thanks for your willingness to go look.
Added by Anna on May 06, 2017 6:19 AM
|Anna||Ugh, left off his name|
Dr Thomas Smith Lafitte/Laffitte, 1834-1882.
Added by Anna on May 05, 2017 12:53 PM
|Anna||Mary Laffitte, 93937412|
I am looking for this lady's husband. She is in Denmark cemetery. He died in 1882 and at the time or his death was a practicing physician in Old Barnwell County.
Do you know if the Denmark cemetery is complete? Are there some old unreadable stones that have not been recorded?
Any thoughts, suggestions, etc are welcome.
Added by Anna on May 05, 2017 12:52 PM
|Shirley Monts||John Yon|
Thanks for the great photo of his headstone! :-)
|Della Gainey||Olin Woodrow Williams|
The parent and sibling information for Olin Woodrow Williams (48758348)is the wrong Olin Williams. Olin Williams is my grandfather. He is the son of Stonewall Jackson Williams and Docia Mae Wells Williams. He had no middle name and is buried at Greenlawn Memorial Park in Columbia, SC. His wife was Alma Jane Watson Williams and she is also buried there beside him. He is the brother of Arbie, Aunt Doris, Aunt Ola Mae, Uncle David, and Uncle Roy but you have the wrong Olin. His memorial number is 86348174. If you could correct this I would be grateful. Thank you in advance.
|BoykinOwner||Thank you for the documention|
Thank you for documenting the cemeteries and graves in Orangeburg County, SC. You have helped me get started on family research of the Martins and Inabinets.
|carol phillips mciver||Rocky Swamp Church and cem.,|
TO anyone reading this who is interested: It takes a village…to preserve our history
Thanks to the efforts of the current pastor, an emergency fund of the Methodist Church; headquartered in Columbia, and efforts of concerned people, we are repairing and stabilizing Rocky Swamp Methodist Church, (located on Hwy 4 between Springfield and Neeses) one of the oldest churches in South Carolina. It was founded in the early 1800s.
But we need your help. We are also raising money for a State Historic Marker to be placed at the site of the church and cemetery and ask that those donations can be sent to the Orangeburg County Historical Society c/o Eric Powell, 1421 Middleton St., Orangeburg, S.C. 29116. Even a $10.00 donation would be welcome! Please write “R.S. Church marker” on the check.
Updated. Thank you!
|Rita Richards||Eula Mae Landis|
Eula Mae Richards Landis was my father's sister. Their parents' names were Franklin Gamewell Richards and Etta Catherine Poovey Richards, not "Richardson." Would you please make these corrections. Thank you, Rita Richards
|carol phillips mciver||Rocky Swamp Church|
I am heading an effort to stabilize the exterior of Rocky Swamp Church and to have a road side historic marker installed.
I just got approval from the S.C. Archives for the marker. Would you be interested in helping by donating, even a small amount, and spreading the word?
At this time I am only looking for pledges of money.
Thanks! Carol Phillips Mciver
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