Gary L. Flynn




Project Mapping


Cemetery GPS

Mapping Project


Project Contains: 17,000+ Cemetery GPS  Locations &  200+ Cemetery Survey Book Surname Indexes


NOTE:  Cemetery Survey Book Surname Indexes will not provide you with any tombstone inscription recordings.

We also do not have any of these survey book recordings available to us for viewing.



Paul M. Kankula




Project Webmaster


Effective: 21 Dec 2017



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This project's Host Server has made some hyperlink coding changes.  Because of a stroke, I no longer have the smarts necessary to make their required changes...  So a lot of this project's content will simply not be available for your on-line viewing.  Because of the mammoth amount of apparent brain-time necessary to make these required changes, it's very doubtful that I'll ever make them during my lifetime.  You can volunteer to try and be of coding help if you have the skill -- the project represents 20-years of expensive hard-work by numerous volunteers.....!


So for the time being, it's suggested that you e-mail the cemetery reference number (ex: A001) that your interested in to  I'll e-mail you a copy of what I have. 

Paul Kankula 





Some landowners who have cemeteries located on their private property, are preventing family members from visiting, using and maintaining the graves of their love-ones buried there.  Some of these landowners or their livestock are even illegally desecrating these cemeteries. 


A cemetery is a place not only for the burial of the dead, but for an expression of love and respect by the living for the dead...  Family members have the legal right of burial, visitation, maintenance and beautification of cemeteries per S.C. Code of Cemetery Laws, Section 27-43-310.  Visitation to cemeteries located on private property, need to be prior approved by the landowner. Contact your local sheriff to enforce this law, if, the landowner is preventing visitation -- provide sheriff with copies of this law.

AME = African Methodist Episcopal (N)   -   AME-Zion = African Methodist Episcopal Zion (N)   -   CME = Colored Methodist Episcopal (N)

CME = Christian Methodist Episcopal   -   MEC = Methodist Episcopal Church (1784)   -   SMC = Southern Methodist Church  

UMC = United Methodist Church   -    WMC = Wesleyan Methodist Church

(A) = Asian   -   (C) = Caucasian   -   (I) = Indian   -   (N) = Negro   -   (S) = Slave (any type)


(N) = Negro SC cemetery identifications are normally due to the dedicated hard-work of Emily E. Vaughn. 

Visit Emily's Black Research Portal at

Also visit the Upstate Black Heritage Research Portal at HERITAGE/index.html



Can you help identify any "Unknown Name" or "Can't Locate" cemeteries..?  

If so, e-mail your comments to Gary Flynn at


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Compiled by:   Paul M. Kankula - NN8NN   &   Gary L. Flynn - KE8FD     Typing Assistance by:   Vivian C. Parkman

     Project Established:  Apr-2008     Non-copyrighted