Cemeteries- Raysor and Related Families
Raysor & Related Family Cemeteries


According to the book, this cemetery is located just off S.C. Highway 61 about nine miles from Canadys Cross Roads, headed northwest toward U.S. Highway 21, on the right hand (north) side of the highway.
Row 1

James William Raysor
Son of Thomas & Hannah Raysor
Who died 3rd Nov. 1852
Aged 14 years & 8 months
(the book lists this boy as the son of Francis and Hannah Raysor, 
which I believe is in error)

Row 2

In memory of
Who was born 23 Dec. 1797
And departed this life
11th January 1858

to the memory of
Wife of Thomas Raysor 
and Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Peter Stokes
Died 22, Feb. 1841
Aged 33 years & 6 days

Cornelia Ayer Raysor
Wife of Thomas Raysor, Jr.
May 14, 1828
July 18, 1865

Hannah Julia Raysor
Infant of Thomas and Hannah Raysor
Died in 1837

Charles L. Stokes
Son of Peter and Elizabeth Stokes
Died 2nd Mar. 1837
Aged 31 years

Tommie J. Stokes
Son of Jefferson & Mary E. Stokes
Born June 12, 1867
Died Oct. 18, 1873

Row 3

Eliza Eleanor May
Wife of Dr. John May 
Who died the 11th of Sept. 1847
Aged 22 years, 5 months and 3 days
[Elizabeth Eleanor Raysor, daughter of Thomas and Hannah]

Margaret Sophia Raysor
Infant of Thomas and Hannah Raysor
Died in June 1836

Infant of Thomas & Hannah Raysor
(no date)

Mrs. Elizabeth [Lawford] Stokes
Wife of Mr. Peter Stokes
Who died the 16th Jan. 1822

Infant of William and Maria Louise Stokes
(no date)

Mr. Peter Stokes
Died 20th Aug. 1837
In his 63 year
(signed W. T. White)

Mrs. Susan Stokes
Wife of Charles L. Stokes 
(no date)

Rebecca Ann Walker
Infant of Isham N. and 
Jane C. Walker*
Died 22 Aug. 1837

*Jane Caroline Stokes married, 1st,  I. N. Walker and 2nd, her sister's widower,
George Raysor, Sr.  She is buried in the Appleby Methodist Church Cemetery, St. George, S.C.  b. 1818, d. 1909

Row 4

Mrs. Susan A. Martin
Consort of the Rev. A. P. Martin,
and daughter of Peter and Lucy T. Stokes
Born the 15th of Oct. 1834
Died the 7th of June 1854

Andrew J. Stokes
Infant of Jefferson & Mary E. [Tatum] Stokes
Died in 1852

from the book, Cemeteries of Upper Colleton County, S.C. Published 1972,  and from the personal visit of David Bryan who photographed the graves of Thomas Raysor and Hannah Stokes Raysor.

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