Location: Six Mile, Pickens County, South Carolina
Surnames/tags: Garrett Pickens
A tornado hit the community of Six Mile in 1929
|Pickens Co., Sc map showing Six Mile|
G.N. Garrett Family
- George Nelson Garrett, age 47
- Mamie Dillard Garrett, age 47
- Jacob Cecil Garrett, age 17
- Berta Elizabeth Garrett, age 12
- John Edward Garrett, age 10
Tillman Garrett Family
"TORNADO IN SOUTH CAROLINA
Seven Persons Killed and Many Hurt at Village of Six Mile
LIBERTY SC, March 13 (AP) - Seven persons are known to have been killed and an undetermined number of others injured tonight when a tornado struck Six Mile, hear here. Four houses were blown down and a cotton gin mill, a church and a building of the Six Mile Academy damaged.
G.N. Garrett, Pickens County deputy sheriff, his wife, and two children were crushed to death when their home collapsed, Mrs, Tillman Garrett and two of her children were killed in the collapse of a nearby home.
The community, which numbers about 200 persons, is cut off as light and telephone lines went down. The damage was centered in a radius of a few hundred yards.
An infant of Mrs. Tillman Garrett's was blown about 300 yards by the tornado and was lost for an hour." 
|Greensville Newspaper article.|
"Five members of this family lost their lives in a tornado which struck the town of Six Mile March 13, 1929. This monument is erected by the only surviving member, James Roy Garrett, son and brother, who loved them" 
- ↑ Source: The New York Times "Tornado in South Carolina" 13 March 1929
- ↑ https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/42436092/george-nelson-garrett
- Source: The New York Times "Tornado in South Carolina" 13 March 1929 https://nyti.ms/2KOILTG
- Source: Find a Grave page for George Nelson Garrett https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/42436092/george-nelson-garrett