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agagee (#47880557)
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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.
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Sarah Pattee
RE: Judge Robert McFadden
Thank you for transferring Dad's memorial to me!
Added by Sarah Pattee on May 23, 2017 3:29 PM
Sarah Pattee
RE: Judge Robert McFadden
Yes, he was cremated and his ashes were buried in the Cremains Garden at Oakland Avenue Presbyterian Church in Rock Hill, SC.
Added by Sarah Pattee on May 22, 2017 3:08 PM
Ingram family
Find A Grave Memorial# 125739006
Thank you so much for all the hard work you do for those of us not in the area, it is greatly appreciated. Can you help clarify some confusion?

I do have one concern with the memorial listed above for Nathaniel, there was more than one Nathaniel McCammon married to an Elizabeth in the area, one in Chester and one over in York. They are about 25-30 years in age difference, but are related, 2nd cousins.

Some of the information seems to be crossed up on the memorial, the one From Chester is listed on the 1840 Census as aged 50-59 and only shows one child at home under 15 yrs old, so could not have been born in 1808. The one in York is listed in the 1840 Census as aged 30-39 with six children in the home under 15 years; however he was married to Elizabeth McCullough (also 30-39), not Elizabeth Sleeker(50-59). So the children listed on the memorial actually belong to the Nathaniel and Elizabeth of York.

Nathaniel of Chester may very well be buried as indicated in your memorial, though I think the dates are off a bit. All indications are that he was born about 1780 and must have died before 1850 as a 60-70 year old Nathaniel is not found on a census.

Also, a probate record for the estate of Nathaniel of York is found in 1873, but no indication as to where he is buried at this time.

Thank you again for the hard work and any help you may give in this case.

Added by Ingram family on May 14, 2017 10:21 PM
Young @ Heart
Roger Frank Baker
Thank you, but it wasn't necessary
since we now have the edit button
Added by Young @ Heart on May 11, 2017 10:04 AM
Young @ Heart
Roger Frank Baker
No Cemetery....Cremated
Added by Young @ Heart on May 11, 2017 6:26 AM
Young @ Heart
RE: Roger Frank Baker
That is okay....usual an email is
generated when you do the edit.

I am still searching for the cemetery.
Added by Young @ Heart on May 09, 2017 6:15 PM
Young @ Heart
Roger Frank Baker
It was nice of you to use my edit info
without an even a Thank You....
Added by Young @ Heart on May 09, 2017 8:33 AM
Major Michael Dickson # 148094589
I believe that this could be my 5th Great Grandfather, who lived in Chester County, S.C. during the revolution.

Please see Find a Grave, Pickens Chapel Cemetery, Anderson County S.C., for Major Michael Dickson, who is buried there.

If you are inclined to agree, I can send more info.

Summary of Major Michael Dickson’s Military Service During the Revolutionary War Summary: Michael Dickson of SC raised a GA militia company, but recruited his troops from SC and NC. As a captain, his company served in the defense of GA under Col. Samuel Jack for about three years from Jan 1776 to Dec 1778 and perhaps into early 1779. His company was garrisoned at Rogers Fort on the Ogeechee River in present day Wilkes Co, GA primarily to defend against Cherokee attack. Captain David Dickson (probably Michael's first cousin) commanded a second company at Rogers Fort. In Aug 1776, Michael's company may have participated in the attack on the Cherokee village at Seneca Town, GA as Col. Jack was there. From Apr to Jul 1778, his company participated in an unsuccessful GA expedition to capture St. Augustine, FL from the British. He was a major in the GA militia by Oct 1778 and served in the GA militia at least until Apr 1779. By the summer of 1780, however, he was a major in the SC militia under Lt. Col. William Bratton and Col. Edwin Lacey and was at Huck's Defeat on 12 Jul 1780, Rocky Mount on 1 Aug 1780, Hanging Rock on 6 Aug 1780, and Sumter's Defeat on 18 Aug 1780.

Added by Reavis on Mar 19, 2017 12:54 PM
Debbie McWatters
Added by Debbie McWatters on Mar 09, 2017 12:52 PM
Ficken Family Cemetery
Are you still active? I have trying for 2 months to get you to correct the errors in Ficken Family Cemetery, Hampton County, SC. I assume that you created the cemetery on Find A Grave and added the memorials. I have sent you numerous corrections for William, George E., and Catherine Ficken. They are buried at Hampton Cemetery and I have posted pictures of their graves. I need for you to change the burial location on their memorials. George Jr. is buried at Reedy Branch Baptist, Barnwell county. Please make these corrections or at least respond to this email. Let me know something. In the meantime I'm gonna go ahead and report this to Find A Grave. Maybe I'll get a response from them. Wimsang
Added by Wimsang on Mar 08, 2017 1:28 PM
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