Compiled, and contributed by Ruby Ramsay et al. (see note below)

Copyright ©2000 Ruby Ramsay and others cited in NOTE below, all rights reserved.

The Lawtonville Cemetery is the largest cemetery in Hampton County, located in the area that was once Lawtonville before the Civil War and belonged to Pipe Creek Baptist Church. (This is not the tiny one in the original Pipe Creek location.) After the war, Lawtonville was completely wiped out (burned by Sherman's army), but the families of Baptists, Methodists, Episcopalians etc. continued to use the cemetery and they still do. (paraphrased from the words of Carolyn Ramsay)

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NOTE: Beginning through 1973 complied by Mrs. Mary Eleanor Bowers nee Wiggins and Mrs. Cora Theus nee Phillips. 1973 through July 5, 2000 complied by Miss Caroline Hattrick, Mr. Jack C. Parnell eand Miss Ruby Ramsay. Listed in alphabetical order by last names.

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This wonderful compilation was transcribed by Ruby Ramsay.  Carolyn Ramsey suggested we add it to the web site, and mailed me a CD to add to the web site.  The actual transcript is beautifully done in MS Word, and, of course, most of that beautiful formatting disappears when I save it as an html document!  Thanks to all of them, especially to Ruby Ramsey for all of this work, and for permitting it to be posted on the Hampton County web site.  This kind of contribution just makes this web site wonderful!

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