Gary L. Flynn

 KE8FD

 

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NN8NN

 

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Some ignorant 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 ignorant landowners, or their livestock, are even 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... 

 

Family members have the LEGAL RIGHT of burial, visitation, maintenance and beautification of family cemeteries per S.C. Code of Cemetery Laws, Section 27-43-310 https://www.scstatehouse.gov/code/t27c043.php

 

Visitation to cemeteries located on private property, should be prior arranged with the landowner.  Contact your local sheriff to enforce this law, if, the landowner is preventing visitation.  Provide your sheriff with (2) copies of the above law before attempting your visitation.

 

NOTES

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

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

UMC = United Methodist Church   -    WMC = Wesleyan Methodist Church

 

(A) = Asian   -   (B) = Black (Dark Skin Color)   -   (C) = Caucasian   -   (I) = Indian   -   (N) = Negro   -   (S) = Unspecified Enslaved Labor

 

Disclaimer: This Genealogy Project uses "Historically Correct Words" that

some individuals might now consider to be offensive...

 

Any Negro (N) cemetery identification is probably due to the dedicated hard-work of researcher Emily E. Vaughn. 

Visit Emily's Research Portal Webpage at http://emilyevaughn.com/scroom.htm.

 

Also visit Paul Kankula's Upstate Black Heritage Research Portal at

http://www.cemeteryscgs.scgen.org/black%20heritage/index.html

 

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p? = 1860 Slave Schedule Census could not be located for this district/county      P√ = Census located for this district/county  (only for plantations having 100+ enslaved workers)

 

Photo "P" links that are noted on the following county webpages, are broken.  Photos are not available for on-line

viewing, unless, you visit the project's twin at http://www.cemeteryscgs.scgen.org/index.html.

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 ABBEVILLE

 

(01)    P√, 20,502 Slave Total in 1860

 

 

CHESTERFIELD

 

(13)    p?, 4,348 Slave Total in 1860

 

 

 HAMPTON

 

(25)   No Slave Survey taken in 1860  

 

 

OCONEE

 

(37)   No Slave Survey taken in 1860  

 AIKEN 

 

 (02)   No Slave Survey taken in 1860

 

CLARENDON

 

(14)    P√, 8,556 Slave Total in 1860

 

HORRY

 

(26)    p?, 2,359 Slave Total in 1860

 

ORANGEBURG

 

(38)    P√, 16,583 Slave Total in 1860

 

ALLENDALE

 

(03)     No Slave Survey taken in 1860

 

COLLETON

 

(15)    P√, 32,307 Slave Total in 1860

JASPER 

 

 (27)   No Slave Survey taken in 1860

PICKENS

 

(39)    p?, 4,195  Slave Total in 1860

 

ANDERSON

 

 (04)    p?, 4,469 Slave Total in 1860

 

DARLINGTON

 

(16)    P√, 11,877 Slave Total in 1860

KERSHAW

 

(28)    p?, 7,841 Slave Total in 1860

RICHLAND

 

(40)    P√, 11,005 Slave Total in 1860

 

BAMBERG

 

(05)   No Slave Survey taken in 1860  

 

DILLON

 

(17)   No Slave Survey taken in 1860

LANCASTER

 

(29)    p?, 5,650 Slave Total in 1860

SALUDA

 

(41)   No Slave Survey taken in 1860  

 

BARNWELL

 

(06)    P√, 7,401 Slave Total in 1860

 

DORCHESTER

 

(18)    No Slave Survey taken in 1860

LAURENS

 

(30)    p?, 13200 Slave Total in 1860

SPARTANBURG

 

(42)    p?, 8,240 Slave Total in 1860

 

BEAUFORT

 

(07)    P√, 32,530 Slave Total in 1860

 

EDGEFIELD

 

(19)    P√, 24,063 Slave Total in 1860

LEE

 

(31)   No Slave Survey taken in 1860

SUMTER

 

(43)    P√, 16,682 Slave Total in 1860

 

BERKELEY

  

(08)   No Slave Survey taken in 1860  

 

FAIRFIELD

 

(20)    P√, 15,534 Slave Total in 1860

LEXINGTON

 

(32)    p?, 6,202 Slave Total in 1860

UNION  

 

(44)    p?, 10,801 Slave Total in 1860

 

CALHOUN

 

(09)

 

FLORENCE

 

(21)

MARION

 

(33)    P√, 9,951 Slave Total in 1860

WILLIAMSBURG

 

(45)    P√, 10,259 Slave Total in 1860

 

CHARLESTON

 

(10)    P√, 37,290 Slave Total in 1860

 

GEORGETOWN

 

(22)    P√, 18,109 Slave Total in 1860

MARLBORO

 

(34)    P√, 6,803 Slave Total in 1860

YORK

 

(46)    p?, 9,984 Slave Total in 1860

 

CHEROKEE

   

(11)   No Slave Survey taken in 1860  

 

GREENVILLE

 

(23)    p?, 7,049 Slave Total in 1860

Mc CORMICK

  

(35)   No Slave Survey taken in 1860

 Project Notes

 

CHESTER

 

(12)    p?-10,868 Slave Total in 1860

 

GREENWOOD

 

(24)    No Slave Survey taken in 1860

NEWBERRY

 

(36)    P√, 13,095 Slave Total in 1860

 

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