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Martin Hunt Cemetery
Greenville County, South Carolina

Lat: 34° 56' 05"N, Lon: 82° 30' 37"W

Contributed by Janette Ledbetter, Aug 30, 2009, last edited May 21, 2011 [yddraig@bellsouth.net]. Total records = 22.

This cemetery is located east of Hunts Lake, from which one would drive south on Hunts Bridge Road. Then turn left or east onto Faith Drive and cemetery is south of Faith Drive on private land.

To access this private family cemetery, one must be obtained permission from the land owner.

I walked and read all existing and legible headstones and markers in this cemetery on Mar 12, 2005.

- Janette Ledbetter

Brock, Eslie H. Jr., b. Aug 29, 1900, d. Jan 17, 1923
Elijah, d. 1857
Gibson, Ben, no dates
Gibson, Benton Marcellus, b. Dec 25, 1852, d. Oct 31, 1925
Gibson, Colman S., b. Oct 9? 1826, d. May 13, 1860, age: 33 yrs 7 Months 1 Day, Born Lincoln Co.?, (stone broken and worn, very hard to read)
Gibson, Elizabeth, d. Jan 30, 1827, d. Jul 11, 1889, w/o Coleman S. Gibson
Gibson, Fannie B., no dates
Gibson, Ida Mendenhall, b. Dec 18, 1865, d. May 3, 1941
Gibson, Infant, no dates
Gibson, Warren W., no dates
Griffin, Emma C. Hunt Bowen, b. Dec 4, 1853, d. Jul 20, 1937
Hunt, Infant, d. May 1, 1910, s/o T.M. & Ella H. Hunt
Hunt, Judson, b. Oct 10, 1876, d. Feb 15, 1895, s/o W.B. & R.E. Hunt
Hunt, Martha J., b. Oct 18, 1831, d. Dec 26, 1892, w/o William U. Hunt
Hunt, Martha, b. Nov 14, 1799, d. Aug 27, 1873
Hunt, Martin, Sr., b. Oct 8, 1797, d. Apr 26, 1874
Hunt, Mary Ellen, b. Jul 18, 1844, d. Mar 3, 1867
Hunt, Warren B., b. Apr 13, 1840, d. Oct 28, 1894
Hunt, William U., b. Jan 18, 1830, d. Sep 3, 1894
Mathis, Belle Ray, b.Jun 22, 1871, d. Sep 7, 1944
Mathis, Joe, b. Sep 9, 1852, d. Jun 8, 1930
Siep, d. 1857

19 Fieldstones
Slaves of Martin Hunt, 2 Markers
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