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Contributed by Victoria Proctor, 18 Feb 2002.


There are, apparently, no tombstones left at this burial ground but it should not be forgotten.

Location: between Centenary and Knife Island, near Davis Landing on the Little Pee Dee River.

The directions provided below are a best guess, drawn from a comparison of the map location shown in "101 Cemeteries" and a modern street map. If anyone can provide more information, better directions, I'd be very pleased to add it here.

Directions: Traveling south from Mullins on Hwy. 41, about two miles past Ariel Crossroads, turn left onto Davis Landing Road, then left onto James Williams Lane. According to the location marked on the map provided in "101 Cemeteries", the cemetery would have been somewhere just past the end of the lane.

From 101 Cemeteries in Marion County, South Carolina, author not named:

"Headboards and graves were there in the late 1940's. Said to be the burying ground of Benjamin Davis, who died about 1779, and others. Whites said to be on one side of a deep channel and Blacks on the other."

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