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Re: Pickens county Cemeteries
Posted by: Paul Kankula - NN8NN (ID *****3110) Date: October 24, 2008 at 06:02:07
In Reply to: Pickens county Cemeteries by Nate Parrish of 1161

Your probably talking about a Cateechee Textile Mill cemetery. Most large mills in the area owned a cemetery or had access to one. However, I'm not aware of one for this mill - that doesn't mean that there isn't one. If there is, Jerry Alexander would know about it.

You can read a portion of his book on the Cateechee Mill by visiting

It's very possible that I know this cemetery by another name. Visit and maybe you'll find his tombstone inscription and name of cemetery.

Paul Kankula

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