Investigation of the Putative Hutto Cemetery and the Recovery of a Burial, W.P. Rawl Tract, Lexington County, South Carolina
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SubjectPutative Hutto Cemetery (Lexington County, S.C.); Cemeteries--South Carolina--Lexington County; Burial--South Carolina--Lexington County
In March 2014, W.P. Rawl and Sons was informed of a possible cemetery on a recently purchased parcel in the Pelion area of Lexington County. Local residents reported that at one time a marker existed for James Hutto, an 18-year old Confederate volunteer who died in Columbia shortly after his enlistment. There were, however, no visible signs of the cemetery and historic research was unable to identify a specific location for the burial ground. No evidence of the cemetery was identified during repeated visual inspections. As a result, plans were formulated to erect a memorial marker in a nearby church.
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