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The South Carolina Cemeteries page provides explanations of the following online resources:

Bibliography Online Gravestone Transcriptions Cemetery Gazetteers
FamilySearch Catalog S.C. Cemetery Project ePodunk
WorldCat USGenWeb Tombstone Transcription Project  
  Find A Grave | national search | county list  

To be thorough, search online and printed versions of a cemetery's gravestones. For those who have the opportunity to visit the cemetery in person, important clues can be learned from how graves are spaced. Relatives were often buried near one another.

Cemetery Location Online Transcript Book
Cherry Hill Baptist
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Clearview Baptist
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Coleman Memorial
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Ebenezer Baptist
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First Baptist Church of TR
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Fountain Inn Municipal
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Grandview Memorial
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Judson Baptist
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New Liberty Baptist
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Springwood
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Judson Cemetery

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Bibliography

  • Graceland, Greenville County, South Carolina Cemetery Records. Microfilmed 1951. FHL Book 975.727 V22s.
  • Greenville County, South Carolina Cemetery Records. 4 vols. Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1941-1942. FHL Book 975.727 V22a v. 1 - v. 4. Contents: v. 1. Cox's Chapel, American Spinning Company, Brandon Mill, Forrestville Church, Grove Station, Judson Mill, Monaghan, North Fork Baptist Church, Salem Methodist Church, Welcome Church, Woodside, Lima, New Liberty Baptist Church, Garrison Family, Reedy River, and Tigerville cemeteries -- v. 2. Cross Plains Baptist Church, Ebenezer Baptist Church, Greenville Christ Church, Highland Baptist Church, Mt. Pleasant, and Rose Hill cemeteries -- v. 3. Antioch Christian Church, Double Springs Baptist Church, Jackson Grove M. E. Church, Moutain Creek Baptist Church, Reedy Fork Baptist Church, Travlers Rest Methodist Church, and Way Cross Baptist Church cemeteries -- v. 4. Berea Baptist Church, Bethel Baptist Church, Conestee, Fork Shoals, Holiness Church, Hunt Family, McCarter Presbyterian Church, Pisgah Methodist Church, Poe Mill, Rehobeth Baptist Church, Roper Mountain Baptist Church, Sandy Springs Baptist Church, Standing Springs Baptist Church, and White Oak Baptist Church cemeteries.

South Carolina Genealogical Society. Greenville Chapter. Greenville County, S.C. Cemetery Survey. 7 vols. Greenville, S.C.: A Press, 1977-. FHL Book 975.727 V3g v. 1 - v. 7.



 

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