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Note for:   Annie Lawrence Thomson,   25 FEB 1893 - 12 FEB 1897         Index
Burial:   
     Place:   Mitchell Cemetery, Pickens County, County Rd. #63, Pleasant Grove, Alabama

Note:    She died in childhood at age 4 years and is buried beside her grandmother, Annie Boon.

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Note for:   William Joshua Sr. Thomson,   22 JUL 1901 - 12 AUG 1963         Index
Burial:   
     Place:   Franconia Cemetery



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Note for:   James Robert Sr. Thomson,   30 JUL 1898 - 17 JAN 1979         Index
Burial:   
     Place:   Tuscaloosa Memorial Park



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Note for:   Nathan Boon,   AFT. 1775 - BEF. OCT 1848          Index
Burial:   
     Place:   Boon-Curtis-Carey Family Cemetery, Hwy 130, Pickens County, S.C.

Note:    Web Page & URL:
Descendants of Nathan Boon of Keowee River, Pendleton Dist. S.C.
http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Ranch/2298/boon4.html

Estate of Nathan Boon, Esq. adm. 30 Oct.1848 by Mrs. Sarah Curtis.
Heirs viz: Sarah Curtis, Wm Curtis, Mary Alexander, Elijah S. Foster, and
Thomas Boon. 13 May 1850 paid Thomas Alexander $396.98. Sarah
Curtis and Mary Alexander were daughters of deceased. Pickens Co. Wills Box 16
Pg 209.

Boon-Curtis-Carey Family Cemetery at the Pickens Presbyterian Church, Hwy 130, Pickens County, S.C.
Boon-Curtis-Carey Family Cemetery, originally in Oconee County, SC then moved to Pickens County, SC. Highway 130 runs parallel to Lake Keowee's eastern bank in a North to South direction. The Cemetery is
a small family cemetery within the Pickens Presbyterian Church Cemetery, located on Main Street of Seneca, S.C. and south of the Keowee Dam (Clemson University is nearby).

Information and Sources:

Marriages & Death Notices from Pendleton, S.C. Messenger 1807 - 1851

Pg. 10 Nathan Boon, Esquire married a couple Issue of Oct. 25, 1820
Pg. 20 Nathan Boon, Esquire married a couple Issue of Feb. 23, 1825
Pg. 25 Nathan Boon, Esquire married a couple Issue of June 20, 1827

It happened in Pickens County, 1959, by Pearl Smith McFall

Nathan Boon appointed as one of Commissioners to have public buildings
erected in Pickens Co. Dec. 20, 1826

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Note for:   Sarah Boon,   18 NOV 1803 - 25 JAN 1881          Index
Burial:   
     Place:   Boon-Curtis-Carey Family Cemetery, Hwy 130, Pickens County, S.C.

Note:    ____________OBITUARY OF SARAH BOON CURTIS____________
Source: The Keowee Courier 1849-1851, 1857-1861 & 1865-1868
Page 159 Edited by: Colleen M. Elliot

Thursday March 31, 1881
Obituary - Mrs. SARAH CURTIS, consort of the late JOHN CURTIS, was a native of Pickens county, S. C., of that portion of the county now called Oconee. She was the daughter of Mr. NATHAN BOON. She was born November 18th, 1803, and died at the residence of her daughter in Seneca City, January 25th, 1881, Consequently her age was seventy-seven years, two months and seven days, .... a member of the Baptist Church... (long eulogy and scripture, followed with 4 verses of poetry, signed by J.R.R)

___________Burial Site of SARAH BOON CURTIS_____________
Source: Oconee County, South Carolina Cemetery Survey, Volume 2
Faith Clayton Genealogical room, Central Weslyan College, Central, S.C.

Boon - Curtis - Carey Family Cemetery - moved to Pickens County
Francis Boon w/o Nathan Boon - nodates
Nathan Boon - d. 1849
Sarah Boon Curtis w/o John Curtis
d/o Nathan Boon
B. 1803 D. 1881

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Note for:   Mary Boon,   1802 - 9 MAR 1891          Index


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Note for:   Thomas Alexander,   1819 -          Index

**************************** REFERENCE ************************

Alexander--Boone--Murphree from the files and research of
Linda G. Cheek, Pickens Co SC.,
Editor of Old Pendleton District SC Genealogical Society

Elisha's son Thomas Alexander m.5 July 1840 (Pendleton Messenger) Mary Boon d/o Nathan Boon

***************** LAST WILL & TESTAMENT OF FATHER *****************
(60 Years Old at Death)

Elisha Alexander Sr. b. 1772-4 VA d. Aug 1832 Pickens Co SC Will 8 Aug 1832 prov. 10 Sept 1832

Wife Nancy Alexander to get Negro Milly for her life time then her things to be divided between all my children take one fifth for my son in law Henry Grogen. The rest to be sold and applied to my lawful and just debts.
-- Children: Elijah, Thomas, Daniel land on Crow Creek above the still house branch joining the land of Daniel Alexander Sr., George Washington and Elisha Alexander the balance of said land lying below Crow Creek and joining Pryior Alexander on which my dwelling house stands, Elisha to get a Negro boy named Bob, Son-in-law Henry Grogan. Land on Crow Creek, owned 4 slaves
--also mentions John, James and Judge G. Ferguson, Nancy Barnet, Benton Freeman and Mary Stephens. Wit: Charles M. Reese, Elijah Alexander, John F. Herd.
Pickens Co SC Estate Records Box 3 No. 31

Adm. 15 Oct 1832 by Prior Alexander, William Alexander, George W. Alexander, Elijah Alexander, Pleasant Alexander, Henry Grogan. Heirs 7

****************** CHILDREN OF ELISHA ALEXANDER **************************

ELISHA1 ALEXANDER was born 1770 in North Carolina, and died September 1832.
He married NANCY GROGAN.

Children of ELISHA ALEXANDER and NANCY GROGAN are:
2. i. PRIOR2 ALEXANDER, b. 1795, North Carolina; d. Bef. 1870, Pickens Court House, Pickens County, SC.
3. ii. THOMAS ALEXANDER, b. 1819, South Carolina; d. Pickens County, S. C..
iii. ELISHA M ALEXANDER, b. 1819, Pickens County, SC; d. 1892, Pickens County, SC; m. SARAH G HIX.

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