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Woodward Cemetery #144



 Follow SRP 8 1.7 miles from the Williston Barricade to 8-3 (Laura Weeks Road), take this road .4 miles to the cemetery on the right side of the
road.  Access to this cemetery is extremely good as all roads to the cemetery are paved.  The cemetery itself is in fairly good condition
only slightly overgrown with weeds.  Of the fifteen graves supposed to be here, fourteen were located, one of which was unmarked.

1. Unknown
2. L.W. Woodward, DOB Unknown, DOD 26 March 1876 Marble Stone
3. Woodward, Wm. H. Jr., DOB Unknown, DOD 13 Dec. 1862, Marble Stone
4. Woodward, Elias, DOB 16 Oct. 1830, Marble Stone
5. Woodward, Sarah, DOB Unknown, DOD 10 Sept. 1880, Marble Stone
6. Woodward, W. H., DOB 14 March 1810. DOD 29 July 1881, Marble Stone
7. Woodward, J.M.G., DOB 1 Oct. 1861, DOD 2 March, DOD 2 March 1863,
Marble Stone
8. Woodward, W.B., DOB 9 Dec. 1874, DOD 25 June 1894, Marble Stone
9. Woodward, J.A., DOB 29 Jan. 1836, DOD 8 Sept. 1900, Marble Stone
(Same marker as 10)
10. Woodward, Elizabeth, DOB 17 April 1839, DOD Unknown, Marble Stone
(Same maker as 9)
11. Woodward, Robert Quincy, DOB 9 March 1898, DOD 16 July 1916, Marble
Stone
12.Woodward, Clara MA, DOB 5 Nov. 1884, DOD 9 Nov. 1936, Marble Stone
13. Woodward, Robert E., DOB 1868, DOD 1949, Mortician Marker Head,
Brick Foot Marker
14. Woodard, Monroe, DOB17 Oct. 1892, DOD 10 Nov. 1918 Marble Stone


Copied out of:  The Cemeteries Of The Savannah River Site:  An Inventory
Of Relocated And Remnant emeteries.
Edited by Glen T. Hanson, Richard D. Brooks & Elizabeth S. Brown,
October 1981
Prepared by the
Savannah River Archaeological Research Program
South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropolgy
University of South Carolina