African-American Cemeteries in Dillon County
- Bethel Hill Cemetery, Latta
- Catfish Creek Cemetery, Latta
- FORD Cemetery, Lake View
- HAMILTON Cemetery , Near South of the Border (Hamer)
- McClellan / Mason Family Cemetery, Fork
- Mill Branch Baptist Church Cemetery, Fork Community
- MILLER Cemetery, Pleasant Hill Community,
at the North Carolina State line.
- New Pleasant Hill Baptist Church Cemetery
- Oakey Point Cemetery, Latta
- PAGE Cemetery
(aka St. Paul A.M.E. Church Cemetery), Buck Swamp Road near Floydale Community
- Ramsey Cemetery, near Higgins Cross Roads
- ROBERTS Cemetery 3, Longstreet Road
- Sherwood Cemetery, near Little Rock
- Shiloh Cemetery, Fork Community
- Wallace Cemetery, NE of Little Rock
Dillon County Cemeteries Main page
Links of Interest
- Africans in America - PBS Series Main page
For topics pertaining specifically to South Carolina, see:
- African American Research
A good place to start.
- How to Research African American
Helpful tutorial for beginners.
- The African-American Mosaic
A Library of Congress Resource Guide for the Study of Black History and Culture
Wonderful online exhibit and resource
African Americans of Virginia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Maryland,
Researcher Paul Heinegg lists numerous free slaves throughout
various counties in North Carolina and Virginia. Excellent site, organized by surnames
but please take the time to read the Foreward and Introduction.
Slaves brought into Brunswick County, Virginia, from North and
South Carolina, 1780 -1781
- African American Cemeteries Online
- African American Genealogy
This Web Ring is dedicated
to genealogists who are researching African-American Family Histories.
Looks a bit more commercial than it did
when it started a few years ago, but worth a visit.
- Black Genealogy
Exchange - An MSN Community site
- Christine's African American Genealogy Site
A bit confusing to navigate but the site has been around for a long time.
African American Family History Research
Deals with Missouri but an interesting site with
some data pertaining to all states. (link no longer works)
- African Native Genealogy
Oklahoma's Black Indians
Forum: African American Resource Center
- First Person
Narratives of the American South
documents the American
South from the viewpoint of Southerners. It focuses on the diaries,
autobiographies, memoirs, travel accounts, and ex-slave narratives of
relatively inaccessible populations: women, African Americans, enlisted
men, laborers, and Native Americans. The texts for this project come
from the Academic Affairs Library of the University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill, and the Editorial Board for Documenting the American South
guides its development.
- Free African
Americans of North Carolina and Virginia
Lists numerous free slaves throughout various
counties in North Carolina and Virginia. Provides in-depth explanation of information.
- Freedman's Bureau Records - South Carolina
(A Christine's Genealogy web site, NOT a government site)
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