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''[[United States|United States ]] [[Image:Gotoarrow.png]] [[South Carolina|South Carolina]] [[Image:Gotoarrow.png]] [[Horry County, South Carolina|Horry County]] [[Image:Gotoarrow.png]] [[Horry_County,_South_Carolina_Cemeteries|Horry County Cemeteries]]''  
 
''[[United States|United States ]] [[Image:Gotoarrow.png]] [[South Carolina|South Carolina]] [[Image:Gotoarrow.png]] [[Horry County, South Carolina|Horry County]] [[Image:Gotoarrow.png]] [[Horry_County,_South_Carolina_Cemeteries|Horry County Cemeteries]]''  
  
[County] in ''S.C. Cemetery Project'', courtesy: [http://www.scgen.org/ South Carolina Genealogical Society]. Personal name index and list of cemeteries in the county.
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To be thorough, search online and printed versions of a cemetery's gravestones. If you have the opportunity, visiting the cemetery in person can yield important clues. 
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The [[South Carolina Cemeteries#Online_Resources|South Carolina Cemeteries]] page provides explanations of the following online resources:
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| bgcolor="#ffffcc" | '''Bibliography'''
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| bgcolor="#ffffcc" | '''Online Gravestone Transcriptions'''
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| bgcolor="#ffffcc" | '''Cemetery Gazetteers'''
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| {{FHL|446826|subject-id|disp=FHLC}}
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| Find A Grave | [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gs& national search] | [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=csr&CScn=&CScntry=4&CSst=43&CScnty=2338 county list]
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| [http://www.gps.scgen.org/26-horry.html S.C. Cemetery Project]
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| [http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=su%3ACemeteries+South+Carolina+Horry+County.&qt=results_page WorldCat]
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| [http://www.usgwtombstones.org/southcarolina/york.html USGenWeb Tombstone Transcription Project]
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| [http://www.epodunk.com/cgi-bin/localList.php?local=13195&locTGroup=Cemeteries&direction=down&sec=0&qty=78&stateAbbv=&stateName= ePodunk]
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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.  
  
 
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*Cox, Ashley Patterson, Catherine Heniford Lewis, Catherine Word Cox and Horry County Historical Society. ''Horry County, S.C. Cemetery Records''. 10 vols. Macon, Ga.: Waccamaw Records, 1989-1996. {{FHL|455918|item|disp=FHL Book 975.787 V3c v. 1-10}}. Contents: vol. 1. Antioch, Bellamy, Bethlehem Baptist Church, Beulah Baptist Church, Cane Branch Cemetery, Carter Cemetery, Cherry Hill, Chestnut, Creekside or Oak Grove, Durant, Gause, William C. Gause, Grahm, Grainger, Hardee, Hickory Grove Baptist Church, Hilburn, Holly Hill, Lewis, Mountain or Chestnut, Mt. Lebanon, Mt. Leon, Pleasant Hill Missionary Baptist Church, Price, Royals, Sarvis, Stevens & Todd cemeteries -- v. 2. Anderson, R.M. Anderson, Booth, Boyd, Bug Swamp, Cusion Swamp, Edge, Fox Branch, Good Hope, Hamilton, Long, New Home Baptist Church, Patterson, Pond Field, Poplar Methodist Church, Thompson & Woodlawn cemeteries -- v. 3. Bryan, Buck Creek Baptist, Butler, Butler (old), Camp Swamp Methodist Church, Cedar Creek, Cox, Fowler, Gore, Lay (may originally have been a Gore family graveyard), Little River Methodist Church, Marlowe, Medlin, Milligan, Oak Dale, Smith, Springfield Community, Stephens, Thompson, Twin & Vereen cemeteries -- v. 4. Barfield, Beaty Burying Ground, Buffkin, Carolina Baptist Church, Collins, Graham/W, Grainger, Green Sea, Griffin, Hammond, Hammond-Bullard, Doc D. Harrelson, Hodge, Hooks, Jernigan, Louis Strickland, Lovette, Martin, Matthews, Princeville, Spring Branch Baptist Church, Turbeville, Williamson cemeteries -- v. 5. Branton, Chestnut, Daniel Edge, Edge, Forest Lawn, Lee, Live Oak, Livingston, Edge, Montgomery-Wilson, North Myrtle Beach Memorial Gardens, Platt, Pleasant Plain Baptist Church, Reaves, Ridgefield Baptist Church, Sharon Baptist Church, Thompkins, Tilly Swamp Baptist Church, Todd, United Baptist Church, Vaught, Vereen, Wampee United Methodist Church cemeteries -- v. 6. Blanton, Bullard, Calvary Free Will Baptist Church, Cedar Creek, Dorman, Elliott, Floyd, Hammond, Heniford Graveyard, Lake Swamp Baptist Church, Live Oak Baptist Church, Mills, Mincey, Mt. Olive Baptist Church, Old Graham, Old Strickland, [continued on next note]; Pleasant Meadow Baptist Church, Pleasant View Baptist Church, Red Oak, Riverside, Small cemeteries -- v. 7. Bakers Chapel, Bayboro Baptist Church, Berea Baptist Church, Cool Springs Methodist Church, Gerrald, Gethsemane, Happy Home, Johnson, Methodist Rehobeth Church, Methodist Rehobeth, Mt. Ariel Original Free Will Baptist Church, Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church, Mt. Trolley Free Will Baptist Church, New Home Full Gospel, Pisgah Methodist Church, Pleasant Union Missionary Baptist Church, Ray, Rogers, Salem Baptist Church, Sandy Plains United Methodist Church, Stephens, Zoan cemeteries -- v. 8. Antioch United Methodist Church; Aynor Church of God; Aynor; Bethel; Brown Swamp United Methodist Church; Bunker Hill; Cedar Grove; Cook; Evergreen Original Freewill Baptist Church; Freeworship Church; Galivants Ferry Baptist Church; Hatcher; High Point Church; Juniper Bay Baptist Church; Kirton; McCracken; Mt. Herman Baptist Church; Oakey Swamp Baptist Church; Old Zion Methodist Church; Pisgah Methodist Church; Red Hill Southern Methodist Church; Rehobeth Baptist Church; Sessions -- v. 9. Beverly; Campground (Willow Springs United Methodist Church); Dew; Hebron United Methodist Church; Jacks's Branch; Moore; New Hope Missionary Baptist Church; Parker Graveyard; Pawley Swamp Baptist Church; Port Harrelson/Eddy Lake; Singleton, Toddville; State; Union Methodist Church; Waccamaw Presbyterian Church -- v. 10. Centenary United Methodist Church; Collins Creek Baptist Church; Ocean Woods; Old Bethel Methodist; Singleton; Socastee United Methodist Church; Stalvey Family; Withers.
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*''Epitaphs in Horry County, South Carolina''. Typescript, [[South Caroliniana Library|South Caroliniana Library]]. Microfilmed 1951: {{FHL|377944|item|disp=FHL Film 22726 Items 22-23}}. Contains Jacks Branch Graveyard, Waccamaw Presbyterian Churchyard, Green Sea Baptist Cemetery, Mincey Burying Ground, Beaty Burying Ground, Pleasant View Baptist Cemetery, graves in W. A. Flemming's field, Old Camp Burying Ground, Baker's Chapel Baptist Churchyard, First Baptist Churchyard, Conway Methodist Episcopal South Churchyard, Union Methodist Churchyard, Singleton's Graveyard, Buck Graveyard, Lake Side Cemetery, Kingston Presbyterian Churchyard
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*Perkins, Henry C. and Ruby G. Perkins. ''Horry County, South Carolina Cemetery Records''. Spring Valley, Calif.: n.p., 1966. {{FHL|118037|item|disp=FHL Book 975.7 A1 no. 26}}
  
 
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Bibliography

  • Cox, Ashley Patterson, Catherine Heniford Lewis, Catherine Word Cox and Horry County Historical Society. Horry County, S.C. Cemetery Records. 10 vols. Macon, Ga.: Waccamaw Records, 1989-1996. FHL Book 975.787 V3c v. 1-10. Contents: vol. 1. Antioch, Bellamy, Bethlehem Baptist Church, Beulah Baptist Church, Cane Branch Cemetery, Carter Cemetery, Cherry Hill, Chestnut, Creekside or Oak Grove, Durant, Gause, William C. Gause, Grahm, Grainger, Hardee, Hickory Grove Baptist Church, Hilburn, Holly Hill, Lewis, Mountain or Chestnut, Mt. Lebanon, Mt. Leon, Pleasant Hill Missionary Baptist Church, Price, Royals, Sarvis, Stevens & Todd cemeteries -- v. 2. Anderson, R.M. Anderson, Booth, Boyd, Bug Swamp, Cusion Swamp, Edge, Fox Branch, Good Hope, Hamilton, Long, New Home Baptist Church, Patterson, Pond Field, Poplar Methodist Church, Thompson & Woodlawn cemeteries -- v. 3. Bryan, Buck Creek Baptist, Butler, Butler (old), Camp Swamp Methodist Church, Cedar Creek, Cox, Fowler, Gore, Lay (may originally have been a Gore family graveyard), Little River Methodist Church, Marlowe, Medlin, Milligan, Oak Dale, Smith, Springfield Community, Stephens, Thompson, Twin & Vereen cemeteries -- v. 4. Barfield, Beaty Burying Ground, Buffkin, Carolina Baptist Church, Collins, Graham/W, Grainger, Green Sea, Griffin, Hammond, Hammond-Bullard, Doc D. Harrelson, Hodge, Hooks, Jernigan, Louis Strickland, Lovette, Martin, Matthews, Princeville, Spring Branch Baptist Church, Turbeville, Williamson cemeteries -- v. 5. Branton, Chestnut, Daniel Edge, Edge, Forest Lawn, Lee, Live Oak, Livingston, Edge, Montgomery-Wilson, North Myrtle Beach Memorial Gardens, Platt, Pleasant Plain Baptist Church, Reaves, Ridgefield Baptist Church, Sharon Baptist Church, Thompkins, Tilly Swamp Baptist Church, Todd, United Baptist Church, Vaught, Vereen, Wampee United Methodist Church cemeteries -- v. 6. Blanton, Bullard, Calvary Free Will Baptist Church, Cedar Creek, Dorman, Elliott, Floyd, Hammond, Heniford Graveyard, Lake Swamp Baptist Church, Live Oak Baptist Church, Mills, Mincey, Mt. Olive Baptist Church, Old Graham, Old Strickland, [continued on next note]; Pleasant Meadow Baptist Church, Pleasant View Baptist Church, Red Oak, Riverside, Small cemeteries -- v. 7. Bakers Chapel, Bayboro Baptist Church, Berea Baptist Church, Cool Springs Methodist Church, Gerrald, Gethsemane, Happy Home, Johnson, Methodist Rehobeth Church, Methodist Rehobeth, Mt. Ariel Original Free Will Baptist Church, Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church, Mt. Trolley Free Will Baptist Church, New Home Full Gospel, Pisgah Methodist Church, Pleasant Union Missionary Baptist Church, Ray, Rogers, Salem Baptist Church, Sandy Plains United Methodist Church, Stephens, Zoan cemeteries -- v. 8. Antioch United Methodist Church; Aynor Church of God; Aynor; Bethel; Brown Swamp United Methodist Church; Bunker Hill; Cedar Grove; Cook; Evergreen Original Freewill Baptist Church; Freeworship Church; Galivants Ferry Baptist Church; Hatcher; High Point Church; Juniper Bay Baptist Church; Kirton; McCracken; Mt. Herman Baptist Church; Oakey Swamp Baptist Church; Old Zion Methodist Church; Pisgah Methodist Church; Red Hill Southern Methodist Church; Rehobeth Baptist Church; Sessions -- v. 9. Beverly; Campground (Willow Springs United Methodist Church); Dew; Hebron United Methodist Church; Jacks's Branch; Moore; New Hope Missionary Baptist Church; Parker Graveyard; Pawley Swamp Baptist Church; Port Harrelson/Eddy Lake; Singleton, Toddville; State; Union Methodist Church; Waccamaw Presbyterian Church -- v. 10. Centenary United Methodist Church; Collins Creek Baptist Church; Ocean Woods; Old Bethel Methodist; Singleton; Socastee United Methodist Church; Stalvey Family; Withers.
  • Epitaphs in Horry County, South Carolina. Typescript, South Caroliniana Library. Microfilmed 1951: FHL Film 22726 Items 22-23. Contains Jacks Branch Graveyard, Waccamaw Presbyterian Churchyard, Green Sea Baptist Cemetery, Mincey Burying Ground, Beaty Burying Ground, Pleasant View Baptist Cemetery, graves in W. A. Flemming's field, Old Camp Burying Ground, Baker's Chapel Baptist Churchyard, First Baptist Churchyard, Conway Methodist Episcopal South Churchyard, Union Methodist Churchyard, Singleton's Graveyard, Buck Graveyard, Lake Side Cemetery, Kingston Presbyterian Churchyard
  • Perkins, Henry C. and Ruby G. Perkins. Horry County, South Carolina Cemetery Records. Spring Valley, Calif.: n.p., 1966. FHL Book 975.7 A1 no. 26