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Capt. Obadiah Hardin’s Grave In Brushy Fork Church Cemetery

5672 Woods Ferry Rd
Carlisle, SC 29031

Captain Obadiah Hardin commanded a 38-man company known as the Chester Guards, composed mostly of men from western Chester County. He was wounded at Drainesville December 20, 1861 and died December 28th at a hospital in Richmond, VA. Location: West of Chester, off Highway 9. Follow Highway 9 W for about 11 miles and turn left onto Wood's Ferry Road. The cemetery is located 32 miles on left in front of Brushy Fork Baptist Church. Contact: Chester District Genealogical Society (P.O. Box 336, Richburg, SC 29729).