Quakers in South Carolina

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This is a space created to supply information and links about meetings, burial grounds, and resources, in order to organize the data for Quakers in South Carolina.

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Meeting County Town Started Laid Down Category Information
Bush River Newberry Newberry 1770 1809 Category
Cane Creek Union Santuc 1789 1808 none
Charleston Charleston Charleston 1719 1786 Category
Piney Grove Marlborough Bennettsville 1801 1815 Category

Burial Grounds

Name County Category Cemetery Link
Bush River Newberry Category FAG
Camden Camden Category FAG
Cane Creek Union None FAG
Charleston Charleston None FAG
Columbia Richland Category FAG
Cross Keys Union Category FAG
Old Quaker LaurensCategory FAG
Piney Grove Marlboro None FAG

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According to https://www.quakermeetings.com/Plone/meeting_view?anID=1608 it was only a pm meeting before 1719?
posted by David Wilson
Searched existing categories
posted by David Wilson
David, can you find my error in the Charleston category link above?

Also, we should change start to c. 1680.

posted by T Stanton