Here are some pictures from 2002 of the Dunker-Universalist Cemetery (aka Chapman-Summers cemetery, aka Paysinger cemetery) near Newberry, South Carolina. There was a meetinghouse in the middle of it, but it was abandoned by the Civil War, and all that remains (I believe) is a square footprint. A former Universalist church -- a child of this one -- has been converted to a house, and is about a mile closer to town on the same road. The Clayton Memorial Church (a few miles away) would be a "grandchild" church, I'm guessing.
I'll get to the TofUUism reply later.
Elijah Linch (or Lynch) was a transitional figure, having been baptized among the German Brethren (the Dunkers). All of the South Carolina Brethren became Universalists, and he was an elder minister through much of the antebellum era. More about his grave later.
Looking back to the road, from within what I think where the church was.