|Jane De Bruin||Memorial 6696111--Sue Wyche Wilbur Hitt|
Her death certificate is
STATE CODE 39
DATE OF DEATH Jan 21, 1956
Location Richland County
|Jane De Bruin||Sue Wyche Hitt|
Mrs. Sue Hitt
Jan 22, 1956 PUBLICATION DATE
This is the index entry from THE STATE newspaper. The obit is available from the Richland County, SC Public Library, through their website.
The SC Archives website has an entry for her application to the SC Confederate Home based on her father's service. It is only an index entry but does show some information:
SOUTH CAROLINA ARCHIVES
Description: Hitt, Sue of Anderson County application for admission to the Confederate Home for the service of her father John Q. Wilbur in Company G, Third Regiment, Infantry.
Names indexed: HITT, SUE; HUNT, FANNIE S.; WILBUR, JOHN Q.
Locations: ANDERSON COUNTY
Topics: CONFEDERATE HOME; THIRD REGT, INFANTRY
|Jane De Bruin||Wrong Death Date|
Memorial Number 6696111
Please check this memorial. There is a photo of the stone with the memorial and I also found an obit on the Richland County library index.
|Nicole Wingate||Joseph D. Brasington|
Do you know of a Joseph D. Brasington who married Martha Gladdish? He would have been born circa 1750, possibly in England.
|Robert Lorick||Foot Stone|
Bil, I added a picture to your father's memorial and foot stones to Odell and Ruby's grave.
|Peka||John Samuel Brasington|
I didn't realize I had created a duplicate memorial. I have deleted mine and added the picture to yours.
Corrections always welcome,
Added by Peka on Jun 30, 2010 12:17 PM
|Rick and Kathy Wright||John Marion Brasington|
Info added. Corrections and additions are always welcomed.
|Peka||RE: Cemetery Name|
I have no idea about the 3rd volume. It's definitely too big a job for me.
Added by Peka on Oct 21, 2009 2:56 PM
Did you start the Beaver Creek Cemetery (Lancaster Co., SC)? If you did, could you change it's name to Beaver Creek Baptist Church Cemetery in Heath Springs. The reason I am making this request is because there are several Beaver Creek cemeteries in the area (Lancaster and Kershaw Counties) and it can become confusing.
Added by Peka on Sep 28, 2009 12:03 PM
|Eric and Candy Wicker-Tilton||Re: Big George Cauthen|
is there any info where this farm was or the name of it and was he transferred ever to any other cemetery later or his wife?
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