Survey contributed by Jo Church Dickerson and Buddy Harrelson, 8 Feb 2002.
Surveyed 31 January 2002 by Edward Timothy (Buddy) Harrelson, Jr. and Jo Church Dickerson
Located: Britton's Neck, Marion County, SC
Directions: Going south on Hwy 41 below Centenary, turn left onto Hwy 908. Go 2.8 miles, and turn left onto Aubrey Road (dirt road). Go 1.1 mile and turn left (just before house) onto dirt road with no name. Cemetery is one tenth of a mile ahead, at the end of the road. It is on a little knoll, right at the edge of the Little Pee Dee river swamp, near old Peter's Ferry Landing, according to the map. Beautiful, unique, and a little eerie.
Revolutionary War Memorial Marker: Wm. Richardson Marion's S.C. Mil. Rev. War Broken stone, top half of stone is missing. No inscription. B.W. Cook Apr. 11, 1822 Oct. 15, 1885 He is not dead but Sleepeth. Martha Wife of B.W. Cook Oct. 30, 1825 Jun 7, 1903 Meet me in heaven. Henry R. Richardson (Stone broken & mended) Dec 3, 1861 July 30, 1920 He died as he lived / a Christian. RICHARDSON Double Stone In Loving Memory Eva Mae Aubrey E. (Living) Dec. 4, 1909 Nov. 1, 1993 Military Marker: Aubrey E. Richardson - Father Pvt. US Army World War II Dec 4, 1909 Nov 1, 1993 History: We have no information about the history of the land, except that members of the Richardson family still live here, and the cemetery is beautifully kept and still in use by them. No information available on why this is called the Flowers Cemetery, unless perhaps one or more members of the Flowers family is buried here. If so, there is no record. There was a William Flowers shown in 1850 census residing near B.W. Cook, but no way to tell if that William Flowers was buried here or not. Other graves are said to be here.