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A survey of cemeteries in lower Florence County, South Carolina

compiled by Elaine Y. Eaddy under the auspices of the Three Rivers Historical Society
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English
Hemingway, South Carolina : Three Rivers Historical Society (SC), c[19--]
155 leaves : 2 maps.
[Rev. ed.]
Lower Florence County series; vol. 2

Notes

Title of earlier edition: A Survey of Thirty Cemeteries in the Eastern Section of Lower Florence County, South Carolina.

Includes full-name index.

Includes the following cemeteries: Brown; Brown Family; Brown Chapel; Mill Branch Free Will Baptist; Lee; Lee Family; Hanna (at Prospect); Hanna Family; Union Baptist; An Ard Family; Prosser; Daniels Family; Poston; Old Efferces; Jones; Carter; Askins, Taylor; Lake City Presbyterian; Singletary; Mt. Zion Baptist; Gaskins 1; Gaskins 2; Gaskins 3; A Gaskins Family; Old Liberty; Beulah Baptist at Hyman; Kelley; High Hill; A Floyd Family; Lynch; Turner; a Turner Family; First Baptist (at Lake City); Godwin; St. John Free Will Baptist; Cameron; A Cameron Family; Old Salem; Salem Methodist; Creel; Cockfield.

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