South Carolina Cemeteries

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The best collection of South Carolina cemetery inscriptions is at the South Carolinian Library in transcripts made by the Work Projects Administration. The cemeteries included in this collection are listed in ''Local and Family History in South Carolina: A Bibliography'' by Richard N. Côté. (N.p. Reprint. Originally published: 1981; Family History Library book {{FHL|322348|title-id|disp=975.7 H23c}}.)  
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[[Image:{{Sctomb}}]]The best collection of South Carolina cemetery inscriptions is at the [[South Caroliniana Library]] in transcripts made by the Work Projects Administration. The cemeteries included in this collection are listed in ''Local and Family History in South Carolina: A Bibliography'' by Richard N. Côté. (N.p. Reprint. Originally published: 1981; Family History Library book {{FHL|322348|title-id|disp=975.7 H23c}}.)  
  
[http://www.gps.scgen.org/ ''S.C. Cemetery Project''], courtesy: [http://www.scgen.org/ South Carolina Genealogical Society]. This project encompasses all South Carolina counties. Lists of cemeteries are included for all counties, with personal name indexes for select counties.
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[http://www.gps.scgen.org/ ''S.C. Cemetery Project''], courtesy: [http://www.scgen.org/ South Carolina Genealogical Society]. This project encompasses all South Carolina counties. Lists of cemeteries are included for all counties, with personal name indexes for select counties.  
  
 
''The Daughters of the American Revolution'' (DAR) collection contains tombstone inscriptions from South Carolina cemeteries. This collection and an every-name index to it are described in [[South Carolina Genealogy]].  
 
''The Daughters of the American Revolution'' (DAR) collection contains tombstone inscriptions from South Carolina cemeteries. This collection and an every-name index to it are described in [[South Carolina Genealogy]].  
  
''The Leonardo Andrea collection'' (see [[South Carolina Genealogy]]) also includes inscriptions from numerous graveyards (Family History Library {{FHL|324877see|title-id|disp=films 942259 item 20, and film 954250}}). Another helpful collection is ''South Carolina Cemetery Records'', Three Volumes. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society, 1941-54; Family History Library {{FHL|975.7 V22a|disp=book 975.7 V22a; film 873730 items 1-3}}).<br>
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''The Leonardo Andrea Collection'' (see [[South Carolina Genealogy]]) also includes inscriptions from numerous graveyards (Family History Library {{FHL|324877see|title-id|disp=films 942259 item 20, and film 954250}}). Another helpful collection is ''South Carolina Cemetery Records'', Three Volumes. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society, 1941-54; Family History Library {{FHL|975.7 V22a|disp=book 975.7 V22a; film 873730 items 1-3}}).<br>
  
 
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Tomb of Arthur Middleton (1742–1787) at Middleton Place near Charleston, South Carolina, USA. Middleton was a signer of the U.S. Declaration of Independence. Middleton's mother (Mary Williams), his son Henry Middleton, his grandson Williams Middleton, and great-granddaughter Elizabeth Middleton are buried in the same burial plot.
The best collection of South Carolina cemetery inscriptions is at the South Caroliniana Library in transcripts made by the Work Projects Administration. The cemeteries included in this collection are listed in Local and Family History in South Carolina: A Bibliography by Richard N. Côté. (N.p. Reprint. Originally published: 1981; Family History Library book 975.7 H23c.)

S.C. Cemetery Project, courtesy: South Carolina Genealogical Society. This project encompasses all South Carolina counties. Lists of cemeteries are included for all counties, with personal name indexes for select counties.

The Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) collection contains tombstone inscriptions from South Carolina cemeteries. This collection and an every-name index to it are described in South Carolina Genealogy.

The Leonardo Andrea Collection (see South Carolina Genealogy) also includes inscriptions from numerous graveyards (Family History Library films 942259 item 20, and film 954250). Another helpful collection is South Carolina Cemetery Records, Three Volumes. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society, 1941-54; Family History Library book 975.7 V22a; film 873730 items 1-3).