Son of a local historian from the Old English area of South Carolina. I enjoy linking families to each other throughout the area. I use Jean Bratton Clawson Agee's papers in the history Room at the Chester County Library in Chester, S.C.. Her research is extensive and well organized.
RE: Wood Cemetery Chester, S.C. Hello! I actually came across pictures of the Wood Cemetery while over at the Chester County Library while doing family research; I have not actually been out to the cemetery. Rolley and Keziah are my ancestors through their daughter, France's "Fannie" Wood Boulware. I'm hoping to be get out there this summer to locate the spot. I have heard that it is close to where 215 and 72 come together, and I believe that they have done logging in the area.
RE: Corinne Harris Gray 140294305 Looking back at my photo records, I have A.E Gray 1850 -1906 and Allen Eugene Gray Jr. 1884-1919, buried in this plot also. I believe this info came from a survey of all headstones made in 1984. I assume from the overturned stone before it fell. I did not make Find A Grave sites for these two.
RE: Norris Alexander #155881977 I don't know about the markers, I don't live in PA. I would suggest you do a photo request, but in any case, I would get rid of one of the dupes you have for the father. LG