Colleton County SC Churches & Cemeteries

Stokes - Connor - Williams Family Cemetery
Drain Road off of Hwy 61 near the town of Smoaks
Colleton County, South Carolina
Inventoried by
Kim & Dana Grissom and Rachael Brower
Jan 12, 2003

(Presented in Alphabetical Order)

Pictures of these tombstones 
may be found at 


 Virginia C.
wife of
T. N. Barksdale
born Feb. 29, 1860
died Sept. 18, 1894

Annie Lulie
May 8, 1884
Apr. 6,1969

Annie Stokes
Jan. 13, 1856
Dec. 1, 1932

David Benson
Dec. 5, 1855
Sept. 25, 1923 
thou art gone from a world of care the bliss of heaven to share

Ernest O.
1887 - 1944

J. Dawkins
May 15,1886
June 19, 1904
Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord

James Dawkins Connor MD
Aug 23, 1849
Jan. 7, 1929
Practiced medicine 40 yrs
helped redeem S.C. in 1876 he lived for others

Jessie S.Connor
Born Sept. 9,1891
Died Mar. 21, 1892

In Memroiam
Mamie P.
Daughter of
D. B. & A. S. Connor
Nov 26, 1880
July 1, 1908

Pauline Stokes
Mar. 8, 1856
Feb. 27,1935
Dau of Dr. Peter
and Ann Williams Stokes
wife of Dr. J. D. Connor

Ruth R.
1895 - 1985

Susan Virginia, RN
July 31, 1882
Oct. 8, 1960


In Memoriam
W. C. Rizer
Died Dec. 19, 1881
Aged 35 years
"Blessed are the dead who
die in the Lord"

to the memory of
Mrs. E. E. Anna Stokes
wife of
Peter Stokes, M.D.
who died 8th Feby. 1865 aged 34 years
 leaving her husband and five children to mourn their irreparable loss. She died in the faith of the Gospel.

In Memory
of E. A. Stokes
2nd wife of Dr. Peter Stokes
who died June 22nd 1887 aged 62 years  

In memory of
Francis M. Stokes MD
Born March 16 1862 
Fell asleep in Jesus
Aug. 25, 1896
Erected by his wife

to the memory of
L. E. A.  Stokes
who died April 19th 1857
aged 7 years and 5 months

In memory
Maggie L. Stokes
who died
April 14th 1879
aged 14 years

In Memoriam
Peter Stokes  M.D.
Born Jany.7, 1822
Died May 16, 1904
He was an active practitioner for 56 years and was one of the signers of the
famous secession convention

to the memory of
Sarah C. Stokes
who died
23rd Sept. 1857
aged 3 years 10 mos 
and 19 days
Sleep on sweet little one

Ann Williams
wife of
James A. Williams
Died March 1st 1859
Aged 64 years 1 month
and 29 days
Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord


Francis Asbury
Son of P.A.M.& Eliza A. Williams
Died Sept. 21st 1861
Aged 4 years and 3 weeks
Suffer little children
to come unto me

James E. Williams
Son of
P.A.M. & Eliza A. Williams
Died at Grahamville, the Army of the
Confederate States.
May 18th 1862. 
Aged 20 yearsand 5 months.

In Memory of
James A. Williams
born August 31st 1788
died July 25th 1852
In life faithful and just
in death calm and happy
his memory is precious

Paul A.  M. Williams 
Son of James A. & Ann Williams
and a member of the So. Ca. conference,died January 4th 1863
Aged 44 yearsand 8 months

In Memory of
Miss Sarah C. M.Williams
Eldest daughter of
James A. and Ann Williams
who was born August 29th 1823
in Colleton District, S.C.
and departed this life
21st of September 1841
aged 18 years and 22 days
They that saw her look in death no more may fear die.Her languishing head is at rest, its thinking and aching are o'er her quiet immovable breast, is heaved by affliction no more, her heart is no longer the seat of trouble and torturing pain it ceased to flutter and beat, it never shall flutter again.


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