Kershaw County, South Carolina Cemeteries

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=== Bibliography  ===
 
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''Cemetery Records of Kershaw, Westville, and Flat Creek, South Carolina''. Microfilmed 1970: {{FHL|107087|item|disp=FHL Book 975.7 A1 no. 1}}.<br>
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''Cemetery Records of Kershaw, Westville, and Flat Creek, South Carolina''. Microfilmed 1970: {{FHL|107087|item|disp=FHL Book 975.7 A1 no. 1}}.<br>  
*''Epitaphs in Kershaw County, South Carolina''. Typescript, [[South Caroliniana Library|South Caroliniana Library]]. Microfilmed 1951:&nbsp;{{FHL|377375|item|disp=FHL Film 22724 Item 15}}. Contains Boykin Burying Ground, Kershaw Plot on edge of Camden, Ancrum Plot just out off Quaker Cemetery, Unkown Family Burying Ground, Quaker Cemetery, Chestnut Cemetery, Ranging Rock Church.<br>
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*''Epitaphs in Kershaw County, South Carolina''. Typescript, [[South Caroliniana Library|South Caroliniana Library]]. Microfilmed 1951:&nbsp;{{FHL|377375|item|disp=FHL Film 22724 Item 15}}. Contains Boykin Burying Ground, Kershaw Plot on edge of Camden, Ancrum Plot just out off Quaker Cemetery, Unkown Family Burying Ground, Quaker Cemetery, Chestnut Cemetery, Ranging Rock Church.<br>  
 
*Hough, Perry B. Bennett. "Inscriptions from Beaver Creek Churchyard, Kershaw County," ''The South Carolina Historical Magazine'', Vol. 60, No. 4 (Oct., 1959):205-207. Digital version at [http://www.jstor.org/stable/27566252 JSTOR]&nbsp;($).  
 
*Hough, Perry B. Bennett. "Inscriptions from Beaver Creek Churchyard, Kershaw County," ''The South Carolina Historical Magazine'', Vol. 60, No. 4 (Oct., 1959):205-207. Digital version at [http://www.jstor.org/stable/27566252 JSTOR]&nbsp;($).  
*Joseph E. Wilson Foundation. ''Miscellaneous Cemetery Inscriptions from Border Area Between North and South Carolina''. Typescript. Microfilmed 1973:&nbsp;{{FHL|319581|item|disp=FHL Film 908151 Item 2}}.<br>
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*Joseph E. Wilson Foundation. ''Miscellaneous Cemetery Inscriptions from Border Area Between North and South Carolina''. Typescript. Microfilmed 1973:&nbsp;{{FHL|319581|item|disp=FHL Film 908151 Item 2}}.<br>  
*Kennedy, Robert McMillan. ''De Mortuis, Concerning Those that Lie in the Old Burial Grounds in and About Camden, South Carolina''. Columbia, S.C.: State Co., 1935. {{FHL|201243|item|disp=FHL Book 975.761 V22k}}.<br>
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*Kennedy, Robert McMillan. ''De Mortuis, Concerning Those that Lie in the Old Burial Grounds in and About Camden, South Carolina''. Columbia, S.C.: State Co., 1935. {{FHL|201243|item|disp=FHL Book 975.761 V22k}}.<br>  
*''Kershaw County, South Carolina, Cemetery Survey''. 3 vols. Camden, S.C.: Kershaw County Historical Society, 1991. {{FHL|551273|item|disp=FHL Book 975.761 V3k v. 1 - v. 3}}.<br>
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*''Kershaw County, South Carolina, Cemetery Survey''. 3 vols. Camden, S.C.: Kershaw County Historical Society, 1991. {{FHL|551273|item|disp=FHL Book 975.761 V3k v. 1 - v. 3}}.<br>  
*Lloyd, Richard W. "Inscriptions from Cemeteries in and Near Camden," ''The South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine'', Vol. 25, No. 1 (Jan., 1924), pp. 47-55. Digital version at [http://www.jstor.org/stable/27569620 JSTOR]&nbsp;($). [Includes Chestnut Cemetery (Knight's Hill), Presbyterian Cemetery (Camden), Boykin Family Cemetery, Cemetery on Old Boykin Plantation, Cemetery on Lenoir Plantation, Cemetery on South West Side of the Ridgeway Road.]&nbsp;
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*Lloyd, Richard W. "Inscriptions from Cemeteries in and Near Camden," ''The South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine'', Vol. 25, No. 1 (Jan., 1924), pp. 47-55. Digital version at [http://www.jstor.org/stable/27569620 JSTOR]&nbsp;($). [Includes Chestnut Cemetery (Knight's Hill), Presbyterian Cemetery (Camden), Boykin Family Cemetery, Cemetery on Old Boykin Plantation, Cemetery on Lenoir Plantation, Cemetery on South West Side of the Ridgeway Road.]&nbsp;  
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*''Richland &amp;&nbsp;Kershaw Counties, South Carolina Cemetery Records''. Microfilmed 1951:&nbsp;{{FHL|199534|item|disp=FHL Book 975.7 V22at}}.<br>
  
 
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The South Carolina Cemeteries page provides explanations of the following online resources:

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

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Bibliography

Cemetery Records of Kershaw, Westville, and Flat Creek, South Carolina. Microfilmed 1970: FHL Book 975.7 A1 no. 1.

  • Epitaphs in Kershaw County, South Carolina. Typescript, South Caroliniana Library. Microfilmed 1951: FHL Film 22724 Item 15. Contains Boykin Burying Ground, Kershaw Plot on edge of Camden, Ancrum Plot just out off Quaker Cemetery, Unkown Family Burying Ground, Quaker Cemetery, Chestnut Cemetery, Ranging Rock Church.
  • Hough, Perry B. Bennett. "Inscriptions from Beaver Creek Churchyard, Kershaw County," The South Carolina Historical Magazine, Vol. 60, No. 4 (Oct., 1959):205-207. Digital version at JSTOR ($).
  • Joseph E. Wilson Foundation. Miscellaneous Cemetery Inscriptions from Border Area Between North and South Carolina. Typescript. Microfilmed 1973: FHL Film 908151 Item 2.
  • Kennedy, Robert McMillan. De Mortuis, Concerning Those that Lie in the Old Burial Grounds in and About Camden, South Carolina. Columbia, S.C.: State Co., 1935. FHL Book 975.761 V22k.
  • Kershaw County, South Carolina, Cemetery Survey. 3 vols. Camden, S.C.: Kershaw County Historical Society, 1991. FHL Book 975.761 V3k v. 1 - v. 3.
  • Lloyd, Richard W. "Inscriptions from Cemeteries in and Near Camden," The South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Vol. 25, No. 1 (Jan., 1924), pp. 47-55. Digital version at JSTOR ($). [Includes Chestnut Cemetery (Knight's Hill), Presbyterian Cemetery (Camden), Boykin Family Cemetery, Cemetery on Old Boykin Plantation, Cemetery on Lenoir Plantation, Cemetery on South West Side of the Ridgeway Road.] 
  • Richland & Kershaw Counties, South Carolina Cemetery Records. Microfilmed 1951: FHL Book 975.7 V22at.