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WIGGINS / ISGETT Family Cemetery

Dillon County, S.C.

Survey contributed by Jo Church Dickerson, 7 Dec 1997.

© 1997 Jo Church Dickerson and R. Barry Wiggins

WIGGINS / ISGETT Family Cemetery in Dillon Co SC.

Copied November 1997 by R. Barry Wiggins and Jo Church Dickerson.
(Barry held back briars and read inscriptions while Jo wrote them down.)

Location: NE of town of Dillon near Roundabout Bay, in a field off McLellan Road (SR 486).

Directions: Going east on Hwy #9 from Dillon, bear left in Riverdale onto Pleasant Hill Road (SR 30). Go 2.5 miles and turn left onto McLellan Road (SR 486). Go 1.3 miles. Cemetery is just beyond a dirt road, on the left, behind a house, beyond some falling-down farm buildings, through a (freshly plowed!) field, in a rather large thicket of trees & brush, under and through the briars and undergrowth. The old decorative wire fence still surrounds this little cemetery, though it has now fallen down. The cemetery is somewhat larger than the few gravestones would indicate, and there are signs that other, unmarked graves are here.

Jeneva, daughter of J.H. & Addie Wiggins; 1 Sep 1906 - 19 Jun 1907

Leo, son of J.H. & Addie Lewis (sic); 18 Mar - 26 Mar 1911
(Wiggins and Lewis names double-checked - not a copying error.)

Caroline Miller, wife of Henry Wiggins; 1 Feb 1840 - 23 Jun 1931

Stephen B. Wiggins; 30 Oct 1879 - 20 Nov 1909

Funeral home marker, quite old and illegible

William G. Isgett; 9 Jan 1868 - 1 May 1935

Infant son of W.G. & S.M. Isgett; born & died 15 Mar 1908

John G. son of W.G. & S.M. Isgett; 27 Dec 1897 - 7 Aug 1899 Daniel A., son of W.G. & S.M. Isgett; 1 Jun 1901 - 15 Aug 1902

Lessie (L.?), daughter of W.G. & S.M. Isgett; 15 Aug 1912 - 20 Nov 1919
"She was the sunshine of our home."

History: Not known, except that a neighbor said this is the "old Wiggins farm." There is a Caroline Miller, age 10, shown in 1850 census household of Jesse Miller.


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