Contributed by Helen Lane Carmichael, 14 Jan 2002
HISTORY: There is a two story mansion visible nearby on the SC-NC named "The Lone Home" established 1862. The cemetery and home was owned by Stafford's, willed to the late John Warren McKay, sold to the late Thomas Jefferson McCormick, Sr. now owned by Rex Jackson from Lake View, Dillon County, S.C.
DIRECTIONS: From Dillon on Hwy #9 West travel towards Little Rock -at the caution light turn right on Harllees Bridge Road - travel five miles, on left cemetery is hidden from view because of woods. Between woods and field, park and walk beside woods ten feet or so, on the left visible is a small family cemetery with iron fence around it.Neill E. Stafford BORN Oct.14, 1848 DIED July 26, 1912 IN MEMORY OF Sara Stafford DIED Dec1, 1876 AGED 81 YEARS IN MEMORY Joseph Stafford WHO DIED Sept. 25, 1847 AGED 12 YEARS IN MEMORY OF OUR DEAR MOTHER Rosanna Stafford WHO DIED Oct.10, 1857 AGED 85 YEARS OLD IN MEMORY OF NEILL STAFFORD A NATIVE OF KENTIRE SCOTLAND WHO DIED September 1837 AGED 81 YRS. IN MEMORY OF MARY McCALL WIFE OF DAVID McCALL WHO DIED August 1853 AGED 59 YEARS W.T. WELLE IN MEMORY OF Malcom Stafford WHO DIED September 11th, 1857 AGED 55 YEARS CAPT. J. H. STAFFORD BORN May 2, 1880 DIED Sept.4, 1900 Laura J.Stafford 1842-1924 IN MEMORY OF OUR SISTER Margaret Stafford DIED Sept. 2, 1891 Katie A. McKay WIFE OF E.M. Hines BORN 12-1870 DIED July 8, 1885 McKoy Son of E.M. & K.A. Hines BORN 7-26-1892 DIED Aug 7, 1893
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