Travelers Rest, Greenville County, South Carolina
Old White Horse Road and Hodgens Drive, Travelers Rest SC
Contributed by Janette Ledbetter, Aug 30, 2009, last edited Mar 22, 2011 [firstname.lastname@example.org]. Total records = 10.
This cemetery is located near the corner of Old White Horse Road and Hodgens Drive in Travelers Rest, Greenville County S.C.
It is sometimes also known as Grace Chapel Cemetery. I do not know who established and owns this cemetery.
It appears to have been established in the late 1800s and is not being used today for new burials.
I walked and read all existing and legible headstones and markers in this cemetery on Feb 09, 2004.- Janette Ledbetter
Dehon, Annie B, b. Apr 10, 1851, d. Jun 19, 1920, w/o Theodore Dehon
Dehon, Sara Delpech, b. 1840, d. 1860, w/o Dr Dehon, native of Havre France, buried near Charleston S.C.
Dehon, Theodore M.D., b. Jan 7, 1816, d. Sep 30, 1887 s/o Right Rev. Theodore Dehon Bishop of South Carolina
Dehon, Theodore, b. Apr 27, 1841, d. Oct 18, 1910, age 69 years, in loving remembrance
Ewbank, Amy S., b. Jul 1, 1855, d. May 6, 1942
Ewbank, Annie L. Lucas, b. Aug 25, 1819, d. Jan 29, 1892, w/o Henry Ewbank
Ewbank, Henry, b. Mar 28, 1819, d. Dec 20, 1898, born in England
Watson, Annie l. Dehon, b. Jan 7, 1873, d. Jan 26, 1953, w/o James B. Watson
Wyttenbach, Henrietta Macaire, b. Apr 1824, d. Apr 1911, born London England w/o John Wyttenbach
Wyttenbach, John, b. Nov 1809, d. Jan 1894, born in Kirchdorf Switzerland, Physician of international fame
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