Parnassus Church Cemetery
Marlboro County, S.C.
(NOTE: Partial listing.)
"Missing section" contributed by Victoria Proctor, May 2004
LOCATION: Take Hwy. 38 toward Brownsville, turn right at S35-433; right on S35-326, cemetery is in front of the church.
Mrs. M. A. Medlin, June 4, 1820; Mar. 21, 1887[ See obituary--vp ]
Clarence A. Donaldson, Jan 17, 1884; July 26, 1936 (Masonic Emblem)
Nathaniel Spears, came from England 1750, married Lydia Wise of Va., Lived and died in this vicinity. His grandson, James Spears, sleeps here. A grand daughter reverently erects this stone in memory of the ancestral pair, 1895.
Major D. McD. McLeod, Dec. 18, 1823, wounded at Gettysburg July 2, died July 4, 1863
s. John Kemper McLeod, July 5, 1861; Nov 21, 1889
Barnabas Henegan, 1750; 1826
w. Catherine Elizabeth COVINGTON Henegan (no dates)
w. Lucretia ______ (no dates)
s. Darby Henegan, 1774; 1820
s. of Darby Henegan, Ephriam L. Henegan (no dates)
w. of Ephriam L., Ann Nancy McINNIS Henegan, Mar. 22, 1801; Jan 10, 1884
s. John Williford Henegan, Nov. 22, 1822; Apr. 22, 1865; Col. 8th S.C. Regt., died prisoner of war Johnson Island, Ohio, S.C. Vol.
Samuel Coxe, S.C. Troops, Revolutionary War (no dates)
Mose P. Gallaway, June 1, 1834; Oct. 2, 1895
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