George Washington Brown donated the land for Brown’s Chapel Baptist Church in Pacolet Mills, SC. The cemetery, which dates from 1870, is across the street from the present church which was built in 1962 after the original church burned.
Thomas G. Fowler (1812-1887) may have been the son of John Fowler d. 1818 and Fannie
Thomas Milan Fowler was the son of Gillman L. Fowler
I met Mrs. Betty Faye Fowler a few short years before her death in 2018. She was born in Pacolet Mills, SC in 1932, a daughter of the late Dewey Lee Fowler and Exie Womick Fowler. She did not remember anything about her father as he was killed in a car accident when she was a baby. Her Fowler husband was descended from Womack Fowler. I enjoyed talking to Miss Betty very much about our Fowler family. Her father, Dewey Lee Fowler. was the son of James Fowler (1876–1905) and Lula Wells (1879–1936). I do not know if this Fowler line connects to the Henry Ellis Fowlers.
Juvent Fowler (1890-1922). He was the son of Joe H. Fowler of Glendale, SC and Rue Hamie Gossett (1867-1957). Rue Hamie is buried at White Rose Cemetery in Pacolet, SC. She was the daughter of John Gossett and Sarah Bagwell of Tennessee.
52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks #9: RUFUS MARION FOWLER (1825-1864)
THOMAS T. FOSTER (1820-1903) and THOMAS J. FOSTER (1818-1888)