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Cemetery inscriptions, Aiken County, South Carolina

Manuscript/Manuscript with Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1951
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of typescript in the Carolinian Library in Columbia, South Carolina.

Contains Darien Baptist Churchyard (Montmorenci), St. Johns M. E. Churchyard (Aiken), First Baptist Churchyard (Aiken), Turner-Hatcher Private Burying Ground (Aiken), Millbrook Baptist Church (Aiken), Bethany Cemetery (Aiken), Glover Cemetery (Gloversville), Kimball Cemetery (between Langley and Bath), Old Langley Cemetery (Langley), The Levels Baptist Churchyard (Aiken), Williams Family Old Private Cemetery (Aiken), St. Thaddeus Episcopal Churchyard (Aiken), Montmorenci Cemetery (Montmorenci), Wade Private Burying Ground (Montmorenci), Sweetwater Baptist Church (Aiken), Hardy's Baptist Churchyard (Aiken), North Augusta Cemetery (Aiken), Methodist Cemetery (Montmorenci), Hammond Private Graveyard (Aiken)

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