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*Gainey, Joseph Russell and Carlisle Wesleyan Church. ''The Tie that Binds: A History of Carlisle Wesleyan Church and Its Early Families''. 1984. {{FHL|566967|item|disp=FHL Book 975.729 H2g}}.<br>
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Gainey, Joseph Russell and Piedmont Historical Society. ''Some Spartanburg County Cemeteries''. Spartanburg, S.C.: Piedmont Historical Society, 1983.&nbsp;{{FHL|316146|item|disp=FHL Book 975.729 V3s}}.<br>
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''Oakwood Cemetery Epitaphs in Spartanburg County, South Carolina''. Typescript, South Caroliniana Library. Microfiled 1951:&nbsp;{{FHL|377781|item|disp=FHL Film 22726 Item 2}}.<br>
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*''South Carolina Genealogical Register''. 6 vols. (1963-1968) {{FHL|42409|item|disp=FHL Film 908182 Item 2, 496854 Item 6}}. Transcripts of Spartanburg County cemetery records appear in this journal.<br>
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*South Carolina Genealogical Society. Pinckney District Chapter. ''Spartanburg County, S.C. Cemetery Survey''. 3 vols. 198-?. {{FHL|387712|item|disp=FHL Book 975.729 V3sc v. 1 - v. 3}}.<br>
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*Thomas, Elizabeth Wood. ''Spartanburg County, South Carolina, Cemetery Records, Volume 1''. Pass Christian, Mo.: Willo Institute of Genealogy, 1965. {{FHL|201677|item|disp=FHL Book 975.729 V3t}}.<br>
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*Walnut Grove United Methodist Church. History and Cemetery Committee, Rebekah Gray, Jackie McAbee, and Janet Joens. ''A History of Walnut Grove United Methodist Church: Including Ancestry Information and Commentary on the Surrounding Community''. 2 vols. Roebuck, S.C.: Walnut Grove United Methodist Church, 1996-2002. {{FHL|1046316|item|disp=FHL Book 975.729/R1 K2h v. 1 - v. 2}}.<br>
 
*Whaley, E.D. (Mrs.) ''Union County Cemeteries: Epitaphs of 18th and 19th Century Settlers in Union County, South Carolina and Their Descendants''. Greenville, S.C.: A Press, 1976. {{FHL|741|item|disp=FHL&nbsp;Book 975.741 V3w}}. Includes 11 Spartanburg County cemeteries.
 
*Whaley, E.D. (Mrs.) ''Union County Cemeteries: Epitaphs of 18th and 19th Century Settlers in Union County, South Carolina and Their Descendants''. Greenville, S.C.: A Press, 1976. {{FHL|741|item|disp=FHL&nbsp;Book 975.741 V3w}}. Includes 11 Spartanburg County cemeteries.
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United States  Gotoarrow.png South Carolina Gotoarrow.png Spartanburg County Gotoarrow.png Spartanburg County Cemeteries

See also the main article on genealogical research in Spartanburg 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. If you have the opportunity, visiting the cemetery in person can yield important clues. 

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Bibliography

  • Gainey, Joseph Russell and Carlisle Wesleyan Church. The Tie that Binds: A History of Carlisle Wesleyan Church and Its Early Families. 1984. FHL Book 975.729 H2g.

Gainey, Joseph Russell and Piedmont Historical Society. Some Spartanburg County Cemeteries. Spartanburg, S.C.: Piedmont Historical Society, 1983. FHL Book 975.729 V3s.
Oakwood Cemetery Epitaphs in Spartanburg County, South Carolina. Typescript, South Caroliniana Library. Microfiled 1951: FHL Film 22726 Item 2.

  • South Carolina Genealogical Register. 6 vols. (1963-1968) FHL Film 908182 Item 2, 496854 Item 6. Transcripts of Spartanburg County cemetery records appear in this journal.
  • South Carolina Genealogical Society. Pinckney District Chapter. Spartanburg County, S.C. Cemetery Survey. 3 vols. 198-?. FHL Book 975.729 V3sc v. 1 - v. 3.
  • Thomas, Elizabeth Wood. Spartanburg County, South Carolina, Cemetery Records, Volume 1. Pass Christian, Mo.: Willo Institute of Genealogy, 1965. FHL Book 975.729 V3t.
  • Walnut Grove United Methodist Church. History and Cemetery Committee, Rebekah Gray, Jackie McAbee, and Janet Joens. A History of Walnut Grove United Methodist Church: Including Ancestry Information and Commentary on the Surrounding Community. 2 vols. Roebuck, S.C.: Walnut Grove United Methodist Church, 1996-2002. FHL Book 975.729/R1 K2h v. 1 - v. 2.
  • Whaley, E.D. (Mrs.) Union County Cemeteries: Epitaphs of 18th and 19th Century Settlers in Union County, South Carolina and Their Descendants. Greenville, S.C.: A Press, 1976. FHL Book 975.741 V3w. Includes 11 Spartanburg County cemeteries.