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Bloom Hill Cemetery

Sumter County, S.C.


Bloom Hill Cemetery is located on the Milford Plantation property, not far from Poinsett Park.

Bloom Hill Plantation was owned by William Richardson.


Emma Louisa Belser Died 22nd oct. 1831 Aged 10 years, 8 mo, and 22 days

Harriett Belser Died 8 Sept, 1819, Aged 7 mo. and 13 days

Belser - Hellen, J.V. - Daughter of Wm. S. & Mary Jane Belser on same stone as Mary Jane Belser Died Sept 27, 1832 Aged: 3 years, 4 mo. and 11days.

Henry Belser Died 21 Sept, 1814, Aged 6 mo. and 4 days

Jacob Belser, by his affectionate wife Martha Belser Died 26th March 1833, aged 51 years, 4 mo. and 3 days

John Christian Belser, Deid 9th Sept, 1822 Aged: 10 years, 7 mo, and 3 days

Mrs. Emma Corbett Richardson, died 25th day of 1843 in her 44th of her age. She was the daughter of Wm. and Frances Buford and wife of Willam G. Richardson.

Dr. Wm. J. Buford, died 8th Nov. 1845, in the 60th year of his age, Erected by his Breaved Widow

Agnes Fraser Richardson wife of F.D. Richardson born March 23, 1822 died Feb. 15, 1849

Alester Garden, departed this life in the 30th year of his gae, Sept. 4th, 1848, "His widow erects this monument"

Luke Blumer Owen, born 27th June 1849 Dorking Surrey England, died 17 December 1896 Columbia, S.C., aged 47 years

Agnes Fraser Richardson wife of F.D. Richardson born March 23, 1822 died Feb. 15, 1849

Anna Elizabeth, Daughter of John S. and Sophia Richardson, died: 25 April 1838, aged 7 years, 13 days.

Anne Magdalen Richardson, widow of William Richardson, departed this life 26th May 1810, 61 years, 6 months, and 15 days.

Charles Rich, second son of William and Anne M. Richardson, born 8th January 1776 deidd 15th January 1828

Mrs. Emma Corbett Richardson, died 25th day of 1843 in her 44th of her age. She was the daughter of Wm. and Frances Buford and wife of Willam G. Richardson.

Harriet Richardson, wife of William G. Richardson, died 25th February 1804, in the 26th year of her age

William Richardson, died February 1786

Beneath this stone, and between his two wives are the remains of William Guignard Richardson, died 8th Sept. 1849 in his 77th year of his age.

David Evans, fifth son of of John S. and Elizabeth Lucretia Richardson, born 22nd May and died 3rd July 1813.

Eleanor Lucretia, 3rd daughter of John S. and Elizabeth Lucretia Richardson, born 18th May, died 17th December 1814.

Elizabeth Frances, 1st daughter of of John S. and Elizabeth Lucretia Richardson, born 5th August 1807 died 23rd August 1809.

Langdom Cheves, third son of John S. and Elizabeth Lucretia Richardson, born 24th September, died October 1817.

Mary Sophia Richardson, daughter of John S. & Sophia Richardson, Born 10 July 1834, Died 5th August 1835, Aged: 13 months "J. White, Tombstone maker."

Maynard Davis Richardson, born 1 January 1812 died 12 October 1832

Maynard Davis Richardson, son of F.D. and Agnes Fraser Richardson born August 19, 1842 died May 5th, 1844

Maynard Davis Richardson, son of John. S. and Sophia Richardson Born 10th April 1833 Died 5th August 1834, Aged 15 mo. & 25 days

Peter W. Fraser Richardson, son of F.D. and Agnes Fraser Richardson born April 2nd 12848 died May 5th 1849

William Buford, 6th son of John S. and Elizabeth Lucretia Richardson, born 24th April 1813 died October 1816

Judge John Smythe Richardson, son of William and Anna Richardson departed this life 8th May 1850 in the 74th year of his age.

Susannah, the wife of John Smyth, Esq., and sister of William Richardson, the elder, whose remains rest beside her, died Obil. 14th July 1815, aged 72 years.

Thomas Couturier, 1st child of John S. and Elizabeth Lucretia Richardson, born 23rd May 1804, died 28th octover 1808.

John Smythe, a Native of Trowbridge Great Britian, died 14th May 1833 Charleston, S.C. aged about 85 years

Alfred J.M. - The child of John & Carolina M. Tarlton, Who departed this life Oct. 15, 1834, aged 6 years and 10 months

Mary Martin - The child of John & Carolina M. Tarlton, Who departed this life Oct. 15, 1834, aged 5 years and 6 weeks
 
 

David, who was born 8th February, 1747, O.S.

He served his Master

Wm. Richardson

Faithfully through the Revolutionary

War and up to 1786, and after

that his Master's widow &

eight children with the same

fidelity to January 1835 -

When faithful David died in peace.

Near him lies Binah his aged wife

who also served the same family well,

for nearly the same time.

Their example has been good & profitable

on the Plantation & we pray them Heaven -

W.T. White, Stone Maker.
 
 

Honest Jack

Died: 15 May A.D. 1848, aged 77 tears.

This trustworthy servant was the friend of his

owner & watched his interest as if his own.

Ever thifty yet sparing to himself. He left

86 dollars laid up from time to time for his

widow - Sally - & their children.

Condemn not his example in a lowly agent, High

& low in this world are terms of human note:

But, not to him with whom nothing is great, the

nothing insignificant. To all men then must not

this be the important question. Have the duties

of life as assigned to each station by Providence,

been conscientiously discharged.


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