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Epitaphs of the Fairfield County, South Carolina cemeteries

compiled by members of the Richard Winn Chapter
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[S.l. : Daughters of the American Revolution. Richard Winn Chapter, 19--?]
73 p.

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Includes index.

Contents: Old Bethel Church Cemetery -- Old Horeb Presbyterian Church -- Old Lyles Cemetery on Little River -- Alston Family Cemetery -- Kirkland Family Cemetery -- Feaster Family Cemetery -- Free Family Cemetery -- McMeekin Family Cemetery -- Shiloh Methodist Cemetery, Jenkinsville -- Methodist Cemetery, Monticello -- Furman & Davis Burying Ground -- Pearson Family Burial Cemetery, Monticello -- Cooke Family Cemetery, Jenkinsville -- Antiock Methodist Church Cemetery nr. Shelton -- Jeffares Family Cemetery -- Chappell Family Burial Cemetery, Jenkinsville -- Coleman Family Burying Gorund -- Feaster Family Burying Ground -- Beaver Creek Baptist Church Cemetery -- Cool Branch Methodist Church -- Shelton Family Burying Ground, Shelton -- Brick Church Cemetery, A.R.P. Monticello -- Little River Baptist Cemetery, Jenkinsville -- Cemetery between Winnsboro & Ridgeway -- Red Brick Church, Woodward.

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