Florence County, South Carolina Cemeteries

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Main article: Florence County, South Carolina


The South Carolina Cemeteries page provides explanations of the following online resources:

Bibliography Online Gravestone Transcriptions Cemetery Gazetteers
FHLC Find A Grave | national search | county list S.C. Cemetery Project
WorldCat USGenWeb Tombstone Transcription Project ePodunk

To be thorough, search online and printed versions of a cemetery's gravestones. For those who have the opportunity to visit the cemetery in person, important clues can be learned from how graves are spaced. Relatives were often buried near one another.

Cemetery Location Online Transcript Book
Florence National Cemetery Interment.net
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Bibliography

  • Cockfield, Jason Roy and Three Rivers Historical Society. Sermons in Stones. 3 vols. Hemingway, S.C.: Three Rivers Historical Society, 1994-2001. FHL Book 975.78 V3co v. 1 - v. 3. Contents: vol. 1. Twenty-five cemeteries in the tri-county area of Williamsburg, Florence and Georgetown counties, South Carolina -- v. 2. Seventy-five cemeteries, south of the Lynches River in lower Florence County, South Carolina -- v. 3. Thirty-six cemeteries between the Lynches and Great Pee Dee Rivers in eastern Florence County, South Carolina. (More than 25,000 tombstones are transcribed in these volumes.)
  • Cockfield, Jason Roy and Three Rivers Historical Society. Twenty-five Cemeteries of the Tri-county Area of Florence, Williamsburg, and Georgetown counties, South Carolina. Hemingway, S.C.: Three Rivers Historical Society, 1994. FHL Film 1698210 Item 13. Cemeteries: Indiantown (Presbyterian Church); Black Mingo (Baptist Church); Union (United Methodist Church) Ebenezer (United Methodist Church); Pope; Trinity (United Methodist Church); Grier; Poplar Hill (original Free Will Baptist Church); Johnson (at Muddy Creek); Old Johnsonville (United Methodist Church); Old Field (Deep Creek); New Good Hope (United Methodist Church); Graham (at Poplar Hill); Lake Chapel; Bethany; Pleasant Hill (Baptist Church); Nesmith (Baptist Church); New Hope (Free Will Baptist of PH Faith Church); Harmon; Lawrimore Memorial; Midway; Outland (Church of God); the Garden of Devotion; Taylor Memorial; Parsons Family.
  • McCutcheon, Bernice G. A Survey of Cemeteries in Florence, Williamsburg, and Clarendon counties in South Carolina. Hemingway, S.C.: Three Rivers Historical Society, 1992. FHL Book 975.78 V3m.
  • South Carolina Genealogical Society. Old Darlington District Chapter. Darlington District, South Carolina Cemetery Survey. 6 vols. Lydia, S.C.: South Carolina Genealogical Society. Old Darlington District Chapter, 1993-2008. FHL Book 975.766 V3d v. 1 - v. 6.