David Samuel Spearman b. 1774-1851 Post Master Anderson, S.C info added and profile, protected, Please

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And he donated the property for Shiloh United Methodist Church and Cemetery how do I find this information,  Thanks
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in Genealogy Help by Donnie Blackstone G2G6 Pilot (208k points)

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Its located on the front page of the churches website

http://www.growwithshiloh.com/About_Us.html

There may be information in the Anderson County Assessment Office

http://www.andersoncountysc.org/assessor

I'm not exactly sure of what information your asking on the Question it appears your asking for Project Protected Profile?
by Steve Schmidt G2G6 Pilot (362k points)
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Thank you!! I'm adding this,  I didn't know they even recognize him, for this now I believe his son Andrew Fletcher Spearman donated the Property for Wren High School can that information be found, My Mother said her Grandparents give the School the Land , it was a farm when she was a child and she was born on this Property she was born Janet Maxine Spearman March 16, 1940 so I know they lived their then , can this information be found , they was two Doctors in the Williamston,  Piedmont area Dr Smith and Dr. Campbell,  Dr Campbell is Governor Carl Campbell ' s  Grandfather
Good question I only stumble on this information by doing google searches it does take a-lot of time but I enjoy it since I have a messed up sleeping schedule
My Oldest Blackstone found with proof is John Hiram Blackstone 1838 1913 buried at White Plains Baptish Church Cemetery on Hwy 8 Pelzer S.C  (Anderson side) and That David Samuel Spearman at Shiloh United Methodist Church Cemetery, Piedmont S.C  (Anderson side) these two Great Great John Hiram Blackstone and Great Great Great Great is this David Spearman  buried right here in my area,  5 minutes from both actually you can get to one to the other in 5 minutes,  my question on this is White Plains Baptish Church Cemetery, on Hwy 8, (Easley Hwy) was this community called White Plains or was it different,  the name Pelzer is named for its Mill Community but White Plains Baptish Church isn't in the Mill Village,  they had a big battle at the crossroads of Hwy 20 and Hwy 8, civil war this community is called West Pelzer,  (monkey park) then Piedmont Town is on the other side of this I live in the middle of all these places,  if I could find out what this was called in the early 1800's I may find more about my line, it seems they was here even while the Cherokee or and the Creek Indian was here, I don't thank this part of S.C ran the Indians off , but if I have any Indian DNA with my Gedmatch #M416339 it is gone now but my Heritage speaks in this little community,  I wasn't raised here I got News Paper and found this land in 1987 and moved from Judson Community in Greenville County in March of 1991, and found my roots , this is just crazy that I moved here 5 minutes from these two Cemetery ' s full of my Grandparents,  lol

Looking for any information on Gold Springs, Anderson, South Carolina

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