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General Andrew Pickens Plantation Cemetery
Posted by: Paul Kankula (ID *****3110) Date: June 03, 2006 at 09:14:21
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Any chance that you can help prove that these individuals are descendants of African Slaves?

REESE, Hannah, b. est-1808, d. 8-jun-1857, a. 49y, h. james reese

THOMPSON, Loutilda, b. 10-jun-1916, d. 20-oct-1918

Their place of burial is within and located on the north side of Clemson University's Poultry Center - on north side of Old Cherry Road, just east of Lake Hartwell.

The homes and Slave quarters of General Andrew Pickens and his son Andrew, are only 300-450 yards away.

Paul M Kankula - nn8nn
Seneca, SC
GCGenWeb@bellsouth.net
GoldenCorner SC GenWeb Volunteer Project Coordinator

Anderson Project: http://www.rootsweb.com/~scandrsn/
Oconee Project: http://www.rootsweb.com/~scoconee/oconee.html
Pickens Project: http://www.rootsweb.com/~scpicke2/


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