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Mcjunkin Grave Yard
Posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member morganfrmn
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Quick Description: Daniel McJunkin Revolutionary War veteran buried here
Location: South Carolina, United States
Date Posted: 4/8/2008 5:22:07 AM
Waymark Code: WM3HMM
Views: 6

Long Description:
(A record of this remarkable battle is found on the tombstone of Jane's daughter, Ann Thomas McJunkin, wife of Major Joseph McJunkin. The couple's graves are marked in the McJunkin Cemetery on the Sartor farm in Union County, five miles south of Union on U. S. Highway 176.)

Also Daniel McJunkin is buried here. He was a prisoner of war, He was run through with a sword by a British officer. He escaped prison and fought again in the battle of Kings Mountian. He married a woman whos brother fought on the side of the british causing a dispute in the family.
Location type: Revolutionary War Veteran Cemetery

Cause of death: Died Later

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Date of Birth: Not listed

Date of Death: Not listed

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PLEASE NOTE: This category is for American Revolutionary War Veterans only. Veterans of other revolutions are not part of this category.

I have allowed one entry for a grave of British solders, but it was an exception. Please only list graves for Colonial soldiers.

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