Graves near Lincoln Village

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According to local tales, an overgrown and haunted graveyard stands adjacent to the abandoned Lincoln Village apartment complex, in the wooded area at the northwest corner of the complex. Caution: The graves are sunken and the ground is soft; graves here may be deep.

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Village St
Hartsville, SC
United States

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34.363930921266615, -80.0797746777971
Darlington County, South Carolina
Nearest Towns:
Hartsville, SC (0.8 mi.)
North Hartsville, SC (2.1 mi.)
Lydia, SC (5.5 mi.)
McBee, SC (12.4 mi.)
Darlington, SC (12.4 mi.)
Lamar, SC (13.5 mi.)
Bishopville, SC (13.9 mi.)
Patrick, SC (14.7 mi.)
Bethune, SC (15.7 mi.)
Society Hill, SC (16.6 mi.)


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  1. I walked past there this past Friday May 25, 2018 and there were no tombstones, signs for a cemetery, nothing. I’m not certain when this page was last updated…

  2. I grew up near the area. My cousins and I often traveled the length of the ditch that ran by the old cemetery. It was indeed there. At least it was in the 1970s. At that time I only vaguely recall a couple of simple headstones that were so decayed that words could barely be seen on then. Those were broken and leaning then. I wouldn’t be surprised to find that they were no longer there.

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