|robin pellicci moore (#46903322)|
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Born in Marion County, South Carolina which is my main area of research. I'm currently going back over each of my memorials, trying to make links and see that each one is as complete as possible. |
I prefer to have the names on my memorials reflect what appears on the stone. If there's no nickname or prefix/suffix on the stone or obituary I probably won't add it.
Dillon County was formed in 1910, carved from Marion County. If an obit or death certificate lists Dillon County as place of birth/death and it was before 1910...it was actually Marion County.
Feel free to use anything I've added to this site, no need to ask my permission. I wouldn't add it in the first place if I didn't want it available to everyone.
My dad, Anthony Thomas Pellicci
My brother, Joseph Anthony Pellicci
"OUR FAMILY CHAIN IS BROKEN AND NOTHING SEEMS THE SAME,
BUT AS GOD CALLS US ONE BY ONE THE CHAIN WILL LINK AGAIN."
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|William F. Heustess||Rev. James D. Smith|
I visited the Smith Cemetery about 7 years ago. It is located across the road from Center UM Church. Access to the Smith Cemetery is located at the back of the Center cemetery. Road is blocked off to keep people from driving down the road leading to the cemetery. Cemetery is surrounded by a fence. I don't remember whether the marker says 1857 or 1875 for the date the Rev. James D. Smith died. 1875 is correct.
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