Shared Photo: Original May family burial ground plowed over by farmer.

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I wanted to share this family photo of May Family Burial Ground, with the community. Location: Chesterfield County, South Carolina. Date: unknown.  Those buried there are now remembered by the placement of a granite marker at nearby Elizabeth Baptist Church.
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in Photos by Janie Kimble G2G6 Mach 2 (22.7k points)

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Thanks for sharing this, Janie. It's terribly sad when grave markers are destroyed like that but what a gift to have this note showing where your ancestors are buried.

Susie :-)
by Anon Anon G2G6 Pilot (245k points)
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I remember reading in Our Kin, by Laban Mikes Hoffman, who mentioned several times that graves of older ancestors cannot be found  for this very same reason. How sad. 

by Pip Sheppard G2G Astronaut (2.2m points)

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