June 10, 2015
2 years, 4 months and 13 days since
our celebration.
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The descendants of Thomas Miles and Sarah Farrow of Cross Anchor, SC along with those of Sarah’s parents, John Thomas Farrow & Rosanna Waters invite you to join us for The Meeting of the Miles & Farrow Families: The Second Reunion June 10-14, 2015.   The Hampton Inn & Suites in Clinton, SC will serve as our reunion Headquarters.  Activities include welcome reception, private viewing of Samuel Farrow’s portrait at the SC State Museum in Columbia, a special day at Cowpens National Battlefield including a picnic lunch, speaker and private Ranger led tour along the Battlefield loop.  We'll also honor John Farrow's Revolutionary War service with a DAR/SAR Double Patriot Grave Marking ceremony.  Our reunion festivities will conclude at Walnut Grove Plantation with a private tour, dinner, door prizes and a raffle for two giant genealogy wall charts! 


 
Enoree River near Musgrove's Mill
Enoree River near Musgrove's Mill
Wild Turkeys at Cowpens Battlefield
Wild Turkeys at Cowpens Battlefield
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Blackstock's Plantation Battlefield
Quiz
What is the significance of the Patriot's victory at the Battle of the Cowpens?

Boosted the Patriot's morale and confidence.
Together with the victory at King's Mountain and Musgrove's Mill, caused Lord Corwallis to pull British troops from South Carolina
Led to British surrender at Yorktown.
All of the above.
 
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