HOLLAND-LEAK-ADAIR BURYING GROUND

This burying ground is on the highway from Clinton to Newberry, miles from Clinton on the left side of the road (going toward Newberry) near the railroad track in Laurens County, South Carolina.

Located on the north side of highway 76 about 2 miles east of Clinton.

The burial ground from just inside the remnants of the wall.

photo courtesy of Pam Miller, www.pamiller.net


Leak, Jeremiah
died Feb. 27, 1853, age 73 (born 1780)

Leak, Jane B., wife of Jeremiah Leak
died May 10, 1862, age 65 (born 1797)

Leak, John W., son of Thomas and Charlotte Leak
July 18, 1828 - April 6, 1830

Leak, Martha Elizabeth, daughter of above T. & C. Leak
Aug. 20, 1823 - Aug. 16, 1827



Leak, George
died Oct. 29, 1819, age 53 (born 1766)

The grave of George Leak.



The headstone of George Leak:
"To the Memory of George Leak who departed this life 29 October 1819 Aged 53 years"


The footstone of George Leak, dated 1819.


photo courtesy of Pam Miller, www.pamiller.net
 


Leak, John B., son of W.J. and S.C. Leak
Dec. 12, 1863 - Nov. 23, 1864

Adair, James S.
Oct. 15, 1771 - June 6, 1862

Adair, Delilah A.H., wife of James Adair
Nov. 29, 1783 - Jan. 18, 1864

Simpson, Hannah, wife of Nathan Simpson, daughter of Jas. & Delilah Adair
Nov. 7, 1816 - Dec. 8, 1884

Simpson, Miss Mary E.
Nov. 13, 1834 - Sept. 1854

Adair, William, son of Jas. & Delilah Adair
Oct. 1822 - Oct. 1841

Adair, James Henry, son of Jas. & Delilah Adair
Aug. 4, 1820 - April 1, 1865

Adair, Edmund
1811 - Oct. 10, 1895

Adair, Susan
Dec. 11, 1813 - Sept. 10, 1885

Adair, Delilah, daughter of Edmund & Susan Adair
Nov. 20, 1853 - April 26, 1854

Adair, Infant daughter of Edmund & Susan Adair
born and died 1839

Adair, Martha Thompson, daughter of Edmund & Susan Adair
March 10, 1842 - Dec. 18, 1893

Adair, William
Sept. 12, 1812 - April 15, 1844

Adair, John C. Calhoun
June 20, 1851 - Sept. 6, 1878

Adair, Sarah Talulah, daughter of J.H. & Elizabeth Adair
April 16, 1860 - Oct. 11, 1872

Meadors, Sarah Ann, wife of P.M. Meadors
died Aug. 8, 1880, about 50 years old. A Methodist
Erected by Mrs. Mary Jones

Potter, Delilah, wife of Moses Potter, daughter of J.J. & M.W. Ramage
Jan. 6, 1834 - May 2, 1871

Adair, Isaac
July 31, 1818 - Aug. 9, 1863

Adair, Sallie
Feb. 9, 1818 - Feb. 6, 1898

Copeland, Little Sallie, daughter of D.T. & M.H. Copeland
Aug. 4, 1866 - Aug. 12, 1867

Copeland, Mattie H.(Martha), wife of David T. Copeland
Jan. 1844 - March 29, 1880

Holland, Thomas
Aug. 16, 1805 - March 23, 1850

Holland, Mary, wife of Thomas Holland
May 22, 1811 - March 25, 1860

Holland, Wyatt B., son of Thomas & Mary Holland
July 19, 1837 - April 8, 1855

Holland, G.R.
Feb. 7, 1835 - April 15, 1865

Holland, Sarah A.M.
? 6, 1844 - March 16, 1865

Holland, Thomas B., husband of Nancy S. Holland
March 4, 1831 - May 11, 1856

Holland, William W., son of Thomas & Nancy Holland
1853 - 1855

Bearden, Elias
Aug. 29, 1819 - Dec. 3, 1864

Bearden, J.L.
May 16, 1857 - Nov. 6, 1880

Bearden, Jane E.
March 4, 1861 - Sept. 13, 1867

Bearden, Della M.
May 5, 1863 - Nov. 24, 1877

Briggs, Melinda, daughter of R.P. & S.E. Briggs
June 21, 1862 - Dec. 28, 1863

Very Old Plain Rocks
Deen, N., 16
1831

Deen, A.(close to above)

Wright, K.E.
1831

Z.B.W.(next)

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