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 Pickens Cemetery, Williamston, Anderson Co., South Carolina, United States


Pickens Cemetery

Notes:
This land, Cherokee territory until 1777, became the final
resting place after the American Revolution for early
pioneers who settled the area.

A number of soldiers of the Revolution are buried here,
including Robert Pickens, who served in the state
militia and was related to General Andrew Pickens.

Latitude: 34.73920, Longitude: -82.59110


Headstones

 Thumb Description Status Location Name (Died/Buried)
Amanda E. Pickel
Amanda E. Pickel
(1832-1841) 
Located    Amanda E. PICKEL (d. 30 Nov 1841)
 
Caroline F. Pickel
Caroline F. Pickel
(1842-1849) 
Located    Caroline F PICKEL (d. 29 Jun 1849)
 
Infant child of Jacob and Martha Pickel
Infant child of Jacob and Martha Pickel
Inscription reads: "Pickle. A Still Birth. 8 Apr. 1845" 
Located    Infant PICKEL (d. 8 Apr 1845)
 
Jacob Pickel
Jacob Pickel
This very simple stone is said to mark the grave of Jacob Pickel

(1808-1880). 
Located    Jacob PICKEL (d. 6 Dec 1882)
 
John H. Pickel
John H. Pickel
(1834 - 1878)

This simple, unmarked stone is reported to mark his grave 
Located    John H PICKEL (d. 17 Aug 1878)
 
Martha F. Pegg Pickel
Martha F. Pegg Pickel
(1808 - 1880)

This simple stone is supposed to mark Martha's grave site.
 
Located    Martha F. PEGG (d. 6 Apr 1880)
 
Nancy J. Pickel
Nancy J. Pickel
(1840 - 1844) 
Located    Nancy J. PICKEL (d. 8 Dec 1844)
 

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