Duncan Creek Presbyterian Church Cemetery

This church and cemetery is located 5 miles east of Clinton near Newberry line in Laurens County, South Carolina. This church was organized in 1764.


Cemetery information

Stones with photos are listed below. More epitaphs and listings can be found at the More page.

Joseph ADAIR Sr, and Family


ADAIR, Joseph, Jr
Dep Com SC Mil Rev War


James and Hannah

ADAIR, James (First Settler)
May 15, 1752 – Aug 18, 1818

ADAIR, Hannah, wife of James Adair, Sr.
Sept. 28, 1750 – Nov. 10, 1826


photo: courtesy of Gerald McCrary

MCCRARY, Thomas
S.C. Troops, Revolutionary War


ADAMS, Esther
1784 – June 24, 1854
Esther is buried to the left of her mother, Mary McClure Bell. Her sister Elizabeth Cox is on the other side, but the stone is too corroded to show up in a picture.

BELL, Mary
died March 1, 1852, aged about 87
Mary is buried between two of her daughters: Esther Adams is to the left and Elizabeth Cox is to the right.

To
the memory of
Mary Bell
who died
March 1st 1832
aged about 87
years.


BRADDOCK, Francis
died July 30, 1828, aged 60 years

In memory of
Francis Braddock
Who departed this
life July 30th 1828
in the 60th year of his age.

BRADDOCK, Ann, wife of above
died Nov. 2, 1828, age 70

Ann’s original stone said:
In memory of
Ann Braddock
wife of Francis Braddock
Who departed this
life November 2nd 1828
in the 70th year of her life.

photos and information courtesy of Pam Miller, http://www.pamiller.net


BRADDOCK, Infant of James & Oney Braddock

BRADDOCK, Mary P., dau. of James & Oney Braddock
May 1834 – Nov. 4, 1854

BRADDOCK, Martha A., dau. of James & Oney Braddock
Aug. 16, 1831 – Nov. 6, 1854

From left to right, the markers are: son James F. Braddock, Oney Meadows Braddock, the family name marker, James McClure Braddock, daughter Oney Susannah
Photo and information courtesy of Pam Miller, http://www.pamiller.net


FAIRBAIRN, Alexander
1722 – June 15, 1798

FAIRBAIRN, Catherine, wife of above
1740 – July 16, 1781


COPELAND, J.H., C.S.A.
June 10, 1839 – Dec. 30, 1906

COPELAND, Martha T., his wife
May 20, 1842 – Dec. 17, 1919

J.H & Martha’s actual stone inscriptions:

JH COPELAND
JUNE 10, 1839 DEC 20, 1906
A CONFEDERATE SOLDIER LIEUT
CO B 1ST SC CAVALRY

MARTHA
WIFE OF
JH COPELAND
MAY 20, 1842 DEC 17,1910