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Re: Brailsfords buried on Daniel Island
Posted by: michael DAHLMAN (ID *****6568) Date: November 19, 2009 at 21:29:17
In Reply to: Re: Brailsfords buried on Daniel Island by Dianne Reynolds of 110

Thanks Dianne - that helps a great deal!

I know from SC Archives that William Roper Brailsford Sr was a surveyor who was very active 1811-1847 and was in business with John V Parker in the 1825 time frame... do you have any other insight into what the Brailsfords of Daniel Island may have done for a living? I also believe that all folks buried in the Lesesne Cemetary on DI are related in same way to the Lesesne family by marrainge. WRB Jr was a confederate soldier by the inscription on his gravestone, but I dont know much more about him than that.

Any insights you might have into the lives of the Brailsfords, or any interred in that cemetary, would be most appreciated!

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