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Mount Andrews Cemetery
Dillon County, South Carolina
Transcribed June 6, 1999 - Updated June 2006
by Earnestine Gates and Lee Oates



By Row

Row 2

Infant Dau of
Mr. & Mrs.
Dan E. Sessions
July 4, 1953
granite headstone *13

Lorraine Trezevant
Sessions Jr
May 19, 1874
July 15, 1953
granite headstone with scroll artwork *14

Martha Ellen
wife of
L.T. Sessions
June 23 1883
Dec 20 1934
She was a true wife and a kind mother
granite headstone - framed with flowers
footstone: M.E.S. *15

Ruth Ellen
daughter of
L.T. Sessions & M.E.
Sept. 25, 1908
Nov. 24, 1919
Heavens flower earths jewell
scroll with flowers on right side of headstone
marble headstone with pink marble base *16

Mary E.
daughter of
L.T. & M.E.
May 9 & Oct 10
Gone so soon
granite headstone with small flower in circle
footstone: M.E.S. *17

Sessions - Main Family Headstone
Lorraine Trezevant Sessions
June 6, 1842
May 31, 1930
Co. B 10th S.C. Regt. C.S.A.
Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord
granite headstone *18

Ellen Smith
Oct 27, 1850
Oct 29, 1882
Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord
granite headstone
footstone: E.S.S. *18

Percy W. Sessions
Aug 8, 1880
Dec 20, 1936
To Live in hearts we leave behind is not to die
Granite headstone
Footstone: PWS *19

Ermine Sessions Floyd
wife of
G.R. Floyd
Born March 27, 1876
Died August 15, 1926
A tender mother and a faithful friend
Granite headstone with flowers on each side of the letter "F" *20

Giles Robert Floyd     Freddie Knight Floyd
1902 - 1999                 1899 - 1997
granite stone placed between Ermine Sessions Floyd and Giles R. Floyd * 128

Giles R. Floyd
Born Sept. 10, 1863
Died Mar. 7, 1915
An honest man's the noblest work of God
Granite headstone (tall) with scrolls
footstone: "F" with leaves *21

Hayes - Main Family Headstone
D.B. Hayes
July 17, 1842
Feb. 28, 1916
He was faithful to every duty
granite headstone (large) with names framed *22

B. Hayes
Nov 2, 1845
no death date inscribed
granite headstone (large) with names framed *22

Earl C. Oates
S2 US Navy
World War II
Jan 1, 1921 June 21, 1988
Marble plate in ground *23

James R. Hayes
Jan 19. 1846
Feb 25, 1907
A light from our house hold is gone
A voice we loved is stilled
A place is vacant in our hearts
That never can be filled
tall marble headstone with towers topped with crowns
Masonic emblem with the word Hayes underneath
footstone: JRH *24

wife of
James R. Hays
May 19, 1854
March 12, 1932
granite headstone
footstone: M.H. *25


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