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This page collects information about people with surname Ramage who were known or believed to have lived in Laurens County, South Carolina.

Notable Individuals

Notable Landmarks

Duncan Creek Presbyterian Church Cemetery

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Duncan's Creek Presbyterian Church, also known as Old Rock Church, is a historic Presbyterian Church located near Clinton, Laurens County, South Carolina. It was built in 1842 and is a simple rectangular building constructed of irregular stones. The church was founded by Scotch-Irish settlers and believed to be the oldest church in Laurens County.[1][2]

Many 18th century members of the Ramage Family are presumed buried here.


:Note, for the following tables, that there may be more than one county or district of this name and that some contributors may have entered a different (possibly shorter and/or ambiguous) name when this one was meant. Search for similar names to get a more complete result. Common abbreviations are "Co." and "Cty", but there may have been no word for "county" (or equivalent) included, or such a word may have been wrongly included.

Familypedia people with surname Ramage in Laurens County, South Carolina


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Born in Laurens County, South Carolina

 Birth placeBirth dateFatherMotherJoined with-g1
Benjamin Ramage (1773-1811)Duncan Creek, Laurens County, South Carolina, United States4 October 1773John Ramage (1720-1799)Jean Adair (1738-1805)Eleanor Adair (1774-1845)
Mary Ramage (1757-1795)Laurens County, South Carolina, United States1757John Ramage (1720-1799)Jean Adair (1738-1805)James Dillard (1755-1836)
John Jewel Ramage (1801-1844)Clinton, Laurens County, South Carolina, United States14 May 1801Benjamin Ramage (1773-1811)Eleanor Adair (1774-1845)Nancy Wayman Adair (1805-1877)
Margaret Elizabeth Ramage (1828-1891)Clinton, Laurens County, South Carolina, United States23 July 1828John Jewel Ramage (1801-1844)Nancy Wayman Adair (1805-1877)Noah Duncan (1824-1900)

Baptised in Laurens County, South Carolina

Married in Laurens County, South Carolina

See also Category:Married in Laurens County, South Carolina

Grouping is for "first marriage", "second marriage", etc as indicated in column headings

 Birth placeBaptism placeWedding1 dateWedding1 placeJoined with-g1
Benjamin Ramage (1773-1811)Duncan Creek, Laurens County, South Carolina, United States1796Laurens County, South CarolinaEleanor Adair (1774-1845)
Mary Ramage (1757-1795)Laurens County, South Carolina, United States1774Duncan Creek Presbyterian Church, Laurens County, South CarolinaJames Dillard (1755-1836)
John Jewel Ramage (1801-1844)Clinton, Laurens County, South Carolina, United States5 November 1826Laurens County, South CarolinaNancy Wayman Adair (1805-1877)
Joseph Ramage (c1755-1825)Pennsylvania, United States9999Laurens County, South CarolinaElizabeth Bourland (1750-1827)
Margaret Elizabeth Ramage (1828-1891)Clinton, Laurens County, South Carolina, United States1846Laurens County, South CarolinaNoah Duncan (1824-1900)

Died in Laurens County, South Carolina

See also Category:Died in Laurens County, South Carolina
 Death dateDeath placeBirth placeFatherMotherJoined with
Benjamin Ramage (1773-1811)December 1811Duncans Creek, Laurens County, South Carolina, United StatesDuncan Creek, Laurens County, South Carolina, United StatesJohn Ramage (1720-1799)Jean Adair (1738-1805)Eleanor Adair (1774-1845)
Mary Ramage (1757-1795)1795Laurens County, South Carolina, United StatesLaurens County, South Carolina, United StatesJohn Ramage (1720-1799)Jean Adair (1738-1805)James Dillard (1755-1836)
John Ramage (1720-1799)1800Duncans Creek, Laurens County, South Carolina, United StatesPhiladelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, United StatesJames Ramage (1700-1818)Jane Beard (1700-1823)Jean Adair (1738-1805)
John Jewel Ramage (1801-1844)29 January 1844Clinton, Laurens County, South Carolina, United StatesClinton, Laurens County, South Carolina, United StatesBenjamin Ramage (1773-1811)Eleanor Adair (1774-1845)Nancy Wayman Adair (1805-1877)
Joseph Ramage (c1755-1825)1825Laurens County, South Carolina, United StatesPennsylvania, United StatesJohn Ramage (1720-1799)Jean Adair (1738-1805)Elizabeth Bourland (1750-1827)

Buried in Laurens County, South Carolina

 Remains dateRemains placeBirth placeBaptism placeFatherMotherJoined with
Mary Ramage (1757-1795)9999Duncan Creek Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Laurens County, South CarolinaLaurens County, South Carolina, United StatesJohn Ramage (1720-1799)Jean Adair (1738-1805)James Dillard (1755-1836)
John Ramage (1720-1799)9999Laurens County, South CarolinaPhiladelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, United StatesJames Ramage (1700-1818)Jane Beard (1700-1823)Jean Adair (1738-1805)
Joseph Ramage (c1755-1825)9999Duncan Creek Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Laurens County, South CarolinaPennsylvania, United StatesJohn Ramage (1720-1799)Jean Adair (1738-1805)Elizabeth Bourland (1750-1827)
  1. ^ Myers, Betty (August 15, 1973). "Duncan's Creek Presbyterian Church" (pdf). National Register of Historic Places - Nomination and Inventory. http://www.nationalregister.sc.gov/laurens/S10817730004/S10817730004.pdf. Retrieved 22 July 2012. 
  2. ^ "Duncan's Creek Presbyterian Church, Laurens County (S.C. Sec. Rd. 34, Clinton vicinity)". National Register Properties in South Carolina. South Carolina Department of Archives and History. http://www.nationalregister.sc.gov/laurens/S10817730014/index.htm. Retrieved 22 July 2012. 
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