Beulah Church Cemetery

Marlboro County, S.C.

 

Contributed by Bonnie Freeman, 15 June 2000

Beulah Church moved and built a new church in the 1960's and changed it's name to Christ United Methodist Church.
Does anyone know the original location of Beulah Church?
--Victoria

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1.  Mary / Wife of Asa Ammons / B. 11- 14- 1812 -  D. 12-28-1896 Aged 84 yrs. l mo. 14 Ds

2.  J. Thomas Ammons / B. 1-9-1839  - D. 6-16-1905

3.  Margaret Elvira Stackhouse / wife of J. T. Ammons b. 8-21-1844 - d. 2-4-1911

4.  Margaret Cathern Ammons / B. 10-8-1849  - D. 11-6-1922

5.  C.C. Ammons / B. 2-18-1846 - D. 2-2-1923

6.  John J. Hayes / B. 1-9-1862  - D. 11-3-1887 Aged 25 yrs 10 mos

7.  Martha A. / Wife of R. F. McLendon/ B. 10-9-1836  - D. 1-7-1906

8.  Jencey Proctor / 3-14-1873 / 11-29-1912

9.  C. Columbus Proctor / 3-13-1880 - 6-7-1909

10.  Father / Jesse Dwight / Proctor / 11-13-1851 / 7-28-1907

11.  Mother / Mary Jane / Proctor / 1-12-1851 / 8-8-1900

12.  Alice Pearl / Dau. of / J.T. & Nannie Stanton / Born 5-1-1892/ D. 10-18-1901

13,  Infant / Dau. of J.T. & Nana Stanton / Born 7-14-1897 - Died 9-26-1897

14.  John S. McRae/ 8-20-1870 / 11-9-1922

15.  (An unmarked grave)

16.  Alton L. McRae/ 2-17-1877 / 3-17-1934

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