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|James Lusk||20th Sc Inf. CSA|
Pvt James F. Lusk
9 Oct 1845
5 May 1932
Buried in Broadmouth Baptist Church
Honea Path, S.C.
|Darlene Baylor||Louis E Baylor|
Find A Grave Memorial# 8880917
His Confederate Veterans Roll in Williamsburg County S.C. shows he died on or before April 24 1922 which shows last payment and "dead".
Here is the link for your records:
Plus all of the Baylor's except 1 in Cedar Grove Baptist Church Cemetery are related to Louis.
9 total matches
Baylor, Ida Estell Bradshaw 7170028
b. 1876 d. May 16, 1941-Sister-in-law, wife of brother Silas David Baylor
Baylor, Lillie Howard 122625214- grand daughter
b. Feb. 21, 1889 d. Feb. 20, 1911
Baylor, Lizzie H 122634877- great grand daughter/still born child of Lillie Baylor Howard
b. unknown d. unknown
Baylor, Sallie Walters 122671242- daughter-in-law, wife of Son William Henry Baylor
b. 1865 d. Jun. 1, 1947
Baylor, Silas David 7107405 - Son of Louis
b. 1868 d. Mar. 26, 1943
Baylor, William Henry 8880787 son of Lewis
b. Jan. 2, 1868 d. Mar. 5, 1941
Burrows, Marie Elizabeth Baylor 122625528 - grand daughter from Son William Henry Baylor(1869-1941)
b. Feb. 6, 1894 d. Dec. 11, 1965
|Wanda D. Bradshaw DeFee||RE: Sister of Essie Dyson Bradshaw|
Thank you for adding the note about Aunt Luenette D. Langley. I hope to visit a cousin this week that can help me find the graves of Aunt Luenette's and Granny Bradshaw's parents, Phillip Edward Dyson and Oneil Capps Dyson.
Wanda Bradshaw DeFee
There is a photo of Gilbert Wyatt on his site. How do I get permission to use it?
Added by kdhughes on Apr 06, 2016 3:04 PM
I've just visited Ezekiel Starnes Memorial. Thank you so much for posting his obituary. God bless all of you when take the time to photograph our ancestors tombstones and add extra bits of information which are so valuable to researchers.
Pat B. in CO
|Vicki Carter||cemetery clean up|
My son would like to clean up the Sandy Run Protestant Methodist Church cemetery for his Eagle Scout project. Do you know how to contact the owner of the property?
|Ron Rowell||Collins Cemetery|
Is this cemetery located next to the Cliffwood Golf Course outside of Lumberton on Hwy41?
Just traced my family to some of the names listed in the cemetery you posted.
|Roy Bertolatus||George Ulrich Mayer|
Thank you for creating this virtual cemetery. Please add my grandfather's uncle, George Ulrich Mayer (Find-a-grave memorial 11660971), died in 1929 (about 96 years old!) and buried in St. Peter's Lutheran Church cemetery, Lexington County, South Carolina. He's listed in the roster of Company B, 19th Battalion South Carolina Cavalry after its reorganization toward the end of 1864. This company included men previously serving with Keitt's Mounted Rifles, a unit attached to the 20th South Carolina Infantry and designated as Company M prior to the reorganization.
|John Panhorst||Andrew Nates|
You are correct with changing the age days to 12 days. My date calculator confirms. Thanks
|Sue||RE: 20th South Carolina Volunteer Infantry|
Thank you so much!
Added by Sue on Aug 29, 2014 8:10 AM
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