Pompion Hill Chapel

Pompion Hill Chapel was erected in 1703 on the east side of the Eastern Branch of the Cooper River. The church was built mainly through the efforts of Sir Nathaniel Johnson. Pompion Hilla Chapel was the Chapel of Ease to St. Thomas and St. Denis. The brick building was built in 1763.

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Name Dates Inscription Remarks
Bryan,John d/10 Nov 1805 57yr 11mo b/Newcastle England
Bryan,John 18 Jul 1791 - 14 Apr 1848 s/o John & Lydia Bryan m/Eliza Catherine Legree
Bryan,Mrs Lydia unk - unk w/o John Bryan Of Camp Verl d/o Elias & Lydia Ball of Kensington 86 yrs
Bryan, 3 Children unk - unk c/o John & Eliza C Bryan
Bryan, Monument erected by 13 Serviving Children
Harleston,Elizabeth 9 Jan 1772 - 26 Sep 1790 d/o Roger & Frances Susanna Pinckney m/William Harleston 9 Dec 1789
Ingraham,Robert Harleston d/20 Jul 1848 s/o Wm Postell & H Harleston Ingraham
Ingraham, Wm Postell 10 Dec 1848 - 12 Mar 1875
Ingraham, Hannah Harleston 28 Jul 1809 - 20 Feb 1869 w/o Wm Postell Ingraham
Karnow,Thomas d/15 Jul 1820 76yrs
Quash,John Haskell d/9 Nov 1846 60yrs
Simons,Benjamin d/7 Sept 1789 53yrs
Simons,Catherine d/8 Nov 1820 w/o Benjamin Simons
Simons, 6 Children unk - unk c/o Benjamin & Catherine Simons
Simons,Ann d/20 Apr 1754 36yrs w/o Benjamin Simons d/o Edward & Mary Keating
Simons,Benjamin d/30 Apr 1770 36yrs


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