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Obituaries Gerald Lloyd August 1, 2019 Gerald Lloyd, 64, a former resident of Mill Creek and for the past several years a resident of Clarksburg, passed from this life Saturday, July 27, 2019, at United Hospital Center in Bridgeport. The request for cremation will be

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Fort Mill, South Carolina Obituaries | Legacy.com

Browse the most recent Fort Mill, South Carolina obituaries and condolences. Celebrate and remember the lives we have lost in Fort Mill, South Carolina.

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44, of Conway, S.C. died Sunday, November 1, 2020 at Conway Medical Center following a lengthy battle with cancer. A ... William Edwin Rauh (Bill/Billy), formerly of Florence SC , died on October ...

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Barnwell – South Carolina Obituaries

Martin, SC – Blane Michael Amy, 57 passed away on October 24, 2020. A memorial service will be announced at a later date. Blane was... Lee Smoak, 53, passed away peacefully on October 15,2020 at his home after a courageous battle with cancer. Le was ...

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Online North Carolina Death Indexes, Records & Obituaries

North Carolina Death Records Indexes, Obituaries and Cemeteries by County Alamance County Area Obituary Indexes and Abstracts has indexes for 1875-1914 and abstracts for 1915-1929 Buncombe County Register of Deeds Index Search includes deaths 1913-recent

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Newspapers

Newspapers can be used to find valuable genealogical information about historical events in the lives of our ancestors. They supply all sorts of clues such as notices about births, deaths, and marriages, as well as obituaries, local news, biographical sketches, legal ...

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The Civil War ends – but where? | The State

Fort Mill Davis and his Cabinet meet at the William Elliott White Homestead, off S.C. 160, on ... May 12-13: The last battle of the Civil War, the Battle of Palmito Ranch, is fought in Texas; ...

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Battle of Camden Facts & Summary | American Battlefield …

The Battle of Camden was one of several devastating defeats suffered by the Americans in the early stages of the British military offensive in the South. After capturing Charleston in May 1780, British forces under General Charles Lord Cornwallis established a supply depot and garrison at Camden as part of their effort to secure control of the South Carolina backcountry.

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Battle of Shepherdstown

Battle of Shepherdstown Part of the American Civil WarFord near Shepherdstown, on the Potomac. Pickets firing across the river. Alfred R. Waud, artist, Sept. 1862. The Battle of Shepherdstown, also known as the Battle of Boteler's Ford, took place September 19–20, 1862, in Jefferson County, Virginia (now West Virginia), at the end of the Maryland Campaign of the American Civil War

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Eutaw Springs Battlefield Park

Sitting on the banks of Lake Marion in Eutawville is the site of the last Revolutionary War battle to take place in South Carolina. The battle occurred on September 8, 1781 when General Nathaniel Greene’s American troops attacked a British camp at the limestone springs on Eutaw Creek.

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