LYTLE CREEK/BROWN/OLD CITY CEMETERY, (Southeast of Columbia).
I think this is the top of a broken stone which is the first stone for Priscilla Thomas. Maybe later in the 1830s or 1840 her stone below was set to replace this one. The above stone style dates itself to the 1819 era whereas the one below looks later around 1840 to 1850.
Inscription remaining ROUND: Here lies the remains of CENTER: Priscilla Thomas Daughter of ---- (I am sure there is other inscription on the (lost) bottom half of the stone.). This was found near the Ann Anderson stone.
Thomas, Priscilla, 13 Sep 1819, 11 years 11 months. (5138)
Photo by Wayne Austin January 15, 2008. Published here 1/20/2008
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