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Hanover Plantation Cemetery

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Directions: About five miles north-west of Pinopolis on state highway No. 6, Area about 1 acre. In area to be flooded. Records obtained from Santee-Cooper Authority by Mrs. T.L. Connor, Eutawville, SC. This bit of history given by Henry R. Dwight, Pinopolis, SC Hanover Plantation: Home of Paul de St Julien, who erected the house in 1716. Henry Ravenel (1729-1785) married Mary de St. Julien in 1750, and moved therein in 1751. For nearly two hundred years it has been occupied by the St. Juliens and Ravenels, and was one of their burial grounds.

Name Dates Inscription Remarks
de St. Julian, Mary d. 16 Apr 1779
de St. Julian, Paul d. 1741
Porcher, Charlotted. 8 Mar 1804 @ 33yrsw/o Thomas Porcher, d/o William & Mary Mazyck
Ravenel, Catherine Demario 1776 - 27 Aug 1777
Ravenel, Catherine Mazyck d. 8 Jan 1803 @33 yrs 6 mow/o Stephen Ravenel, d/o William and Mary Mazyck
Ravenel, Daniel James d. 31 Oct 1836 @62 yrs
Ravenel, Eliza Amy 1769 - 9 Sep 1783
Ravenel, Henry d. 24 Feb 1823 @72 yrs
Ravenel, Henry 1729 - 5 Apr 1785 m. Mary de St. Julien 1750
Ravenel, James La Noble 1770 - 2 Jan 1782
Ravenel, Mary d. 8 Sep 1756
Ravenel, Paul Rene d. 10 Nov 1755
Ravenel, Peter St. Julian 1770 - 27 Aug 1777
Ravenel, Susanna 1756 - 7 Feb 1758
Ravenel, Stephen d. 24 Dec 1818 @ 48 yrs 10 mo

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