Pickens Cemetery, Williamston, Anderson Co., South Carolina, United States
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
|Amanda E. Pickel
|Located||PICKEL, Amanda E. (d. 30 Nov 1841)
|Caroline F. Pickel
|Located||PICKEL, Caroline F (d. 29 Jun 1849)
|Infant child of Jacob and Martha Pickel
Inscription reads: "Pickle. A Still Birth. 8 Apr. 1845"
|Located||PICKEL, Infant (d. 8 Apr 1845)
This very simple stone is said to mark the grave of Jacob Pickel
|Located||PICKEL, Jacob Elbert (d. 6 Dec 1882)
|John H. Pickel
(1834 - 1878)
This simple, unmarked stone is reported to mark his grave
|Located||PICKEL, John H (d. 17 Aug 1878)
|Martha F. Pegg Pickel
(1808 - 1880)
This simple stone is supposed to mark Martha's grave site.
|Located||PEGG, Martha F. (d. 6 Apr 1880)
|Nancy J. Pickel
(1840 - 1844)
|Located||PICKEL, Nancy J. (d. 8 Dec 1844)