Gary L. Flynn



GPS Mapping




SC Genealogical Society Hosted Cemetery

GPS Mapping Project



 Project Contains ~14,000 Cemeteries & ~200 Cemetery Survey Book Surname Indexes.


Cemetery Survey Book Surname Indexes will not provide you with any type of tombstone inscription recordings.


Paul M. Kankula



 GPS Website





 Webpage Effective: 11/13/19 09:11

  Revision by: Paul M. Kankula



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Some ignorant landowners who have cemeteries located on their private property, are preventing family members from visiting, using and maintaining the graves of their love-ones buried there.  Some of these ignorant landowners, or their livestock, are even desecrating these cemeteries.  A cemetery is a place not only for the burial of the dead, but for an expression of love and respect by the living... 


Family members have the LEGAL RIGHT of burial, visitation, maintenance and beautification of family cemeteries per S.C. Code of Cemetery Laws, Section 27-43-310


Visitation to cemeteries located on private property, should be prior arranged with the landowner.  Contact your local sheriff to enforce this law, if, the landowner is preventing visitation.  Provide your sheriff with (2) copies of the above law before attempting your visitation.



AME (N) = African Methodist Episcopal   -   AME-Zion (N) = African Methodist Episcopal Zion   -   CME (N) = Colored Methodist Episcopal

CME = Christian Methodist Episcopal   -   MEC = Methodist Episcopal Church (1784)   -   SMC = Southern Methodist Church  

UMC = United Methodist Church   -    WMC = Wesleyan Methodist Church


(A) = Asian   -   (B) = Black (Dark Skin Color)   -   (C) = Caucasian   -   (I) = Indian   -   (N) = Negro   -   (S) = Unspecified Enslaved Labor


Disclaimer:  This Genealogy Project uses "Historically Correct Words" that

some individuals might now consider to be offensive.


Negro (N) cemetery identification is probably due to the dedicated hard-work of researcher Emily E. Vaughn. 

Visit Emily's Research Portal Webpage at


Also visit Paul Kankula's Upstate Black Heritage Research Portal at heritage/index.html


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Bordering Counties County Formation History Historical Markers County Townships
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History Publications Digital Library Religious Libraries Veteran Memorials GenWeb Project  Genealogy Trails Project  Cyndi's List
Find-a Grave Project Project  Ancestry Family Tree  Foreign Names


Project Concept: Paul M. Kankula  &  Gary L. Flynn.     Typing Assistance: Vivian C. Parkman.     Engineering Assistance: H. Ted Burgess.


      This SCGS Hosted Cemetery GPS Project Version was established on 19-Mar-2018    

 The original Hosted Cemetery GPS Project Version was established on Apr-2008 -- Prior to Switch Total Hits =

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