BSA Troop 20
In the Old Village of Mt. Pleasant, S.C., across Carr Street from the old courthouse, is a cemetery. This particular cemetery, the Confederate Cemetery, has graves dating back to the early 1800s, with two monuments commemorating the War of 1812 and the Civil War. It was there that Barry Floore decided to do service as his Boy Scout Eagle Project; earning his Eagle Badge in March 2000.
The Cemetery was owned by the Confederate Memorial Association and maintained by The Town of Mt. Pleasant. In September, 2008, the Cemetery was bequeathed to the Sons of Confederate Veteran's Moultrie Camp #27 by the Confederate Memorial Association. They have taken over the responsibility for the upkeep and preservation of the Cemetery.
This information is composed in the form of a short booklet, which has been given to several organizations in the Mt. Pleasant area. All grave information here is presented in the same form as it is in the booklet or as close as the internet would allow.
If you are here because you searched for a geneological site or searching for a last name, go to the Index of Names and look up the last name to see what's on here.
Introduction to the Project
A Brief History of the Cemetery
Map of the Cemetery
1. William M. Farabee
2. Susan A. Brailsford
3. Abraham Roach
4. Middleton Elliot Smith
5. J.J. and Sarah J. Williams
6. Joseph John Williams
7. Henry Laurens Pinkney McCormick
8. Emilie Marion McCormick
9. The Confederate Monument (47 names)
10. Hasell Wilkinson Crouch
11. Unknown Soldiers
12. War of 1812 Monument (12 names)
13. Adam Crandall
14. Katie Hale
15. Catharine A. Hale
16. William Mauldin Hale
17. Colin Ferguson Hale
18. Historical Marker (0 names)
Index of names
BSA Troop 20 - Mt. Pleasant, SC
Cyndis List - Possibly the largest list of Genealogical links on the Web
RootsWeb - Tombstone Transcription Project
If you have any questions, please contact Barry Floore
All information is free for public use, so long as Barry Floore, the Sons of Confederate Veterans Moultrie Camp #27 and the Confederate Memorial Association are credited.
Last updated: 10.2.2010
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