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Oxner, Thomas: Looking for information on the Oxner Family of Maybinton SC, especially information on John Fletcher Oxner and his descendants. Grateful for any assistance you may provide. You may reach me at Mary Bea Mills, 4635 Norwood Rd., Columbia, SC 29206 or email me at MMills@sc.rr.com.
Lang: Seaching for info about Robert Lang and wife Millicent (?) (Proved Robert Langs will in 1763)...shown as living on the SW side of Congarees River (certified plats 1727 and 1741)...I have a copy of the archaeology report of their homestead...Anyone having sources as to marriage and or birth records would be greatly appreciated. Contact email@example.com
Patterson, Neighbors, Jones, Spinks: Researching the families of James Isham Patterson and wife, Margaret Brown and James Neighbors and his wife, Margaret's sister, Mary. There is a possibility that my Elijah Jones came form this area. His son, Elijah Marshall Jones married Martha Spinks in Jasper/Newton Co Ga. Both my Patterson and Jones families named children Marshall which leads me to believe that there is a Marshall somewhere in their backgrounds. Appreciate any help!! firstname.lastname@example.org
CARLISLE, REV. COLEMAN,
CARLISLE, THOMAS ANDERSON, AND CARLISLE, DR. RICHARD COLEMAN, all of Newberry; any information will be appreciated. CARLISLE family website:
http://www.anglefire.com/sc3/carlislehistory. This web site includes photographs.
Looking for parents of JOHN T. HOLLINGSWORTH who married SUSANNE ?.
Census records dates his birth at 1785 in Virginia, probate of will reflects
he died in Calhoun County, AL in 1865. Most of his children were born in
SC (re. census). Any help will be appreciated. E-mail WSH.
Looking for info on CHARLES CROWE B. 1744. Married ELIZABETH
around 1769. Would like her maiden name and date of their marriage. E-mail Nina.
Trying to locate Head Spring Cemetery in Newberry County, but cannot find any reference to it. Am descended from CALDWELLS buried there and would like to someday visit the cemetery. Can anyone give me the address or any other pertinent history of the cemetery? Wanda Caldwell.
Looking for information concerning Robert Owens Copeland, born
around November 19, 1866 and died about 1962 in Manning, Clarendon County, SC. Also Furman, Mary, Ruth, Betts, and James Madison.
CUMBEE/CUMBIE: I am seeking information on Cumbee/Cumbie, my ggg grandfather, Reuben Cumbie and his elder son Charles, both born Newberry Cty, S.C. Charles married a McCall. All help would be appreciated.
I am doing research on the Morgan family of Newberry County.
Searching for Thomas, Benjamin, William.
searching for the gravesite of my Revolutionary War ancestor,
Thomas Jones and any information pertaining to his family. He died
April 3, 1781 and served as a Captain in the Militia of SC, Water's Regiment.
I seek geographical locations of
Goggins Branch, Goggans Old Field, and Goggans Old Store
ca. 1770-1820 as mentioned in Annals of Newberry; and information on Ms.
Marion S. Eve of Columbia who did such a wonderful work publishing the Goggans
family history. Contact Peter Hughes, 1101 Oakdale Rd., Augusta, GA 30904,
researching my Golding line and would appreciate any
help. Looking for Joseph Hollingsworth married
Elizabeth Golding on March 29, 1819, Stokes Co, NC. She
was born abt. 1801. Need to know her parents were and if she was one of the
Golding families of Newberry Co., SC. Also Reuben Golding
b./ abt. 1769 d. 1831 in Newberry Co., SC (Will Book L, Page 479). He was the
son of Robert Golding, Sr., b. 1740 Essex Co., VA, d.
June 1828, Newberry District, SC. Siblings were William
b. b. Dec. 11, 1772; John b. abt. 1774;
Mary b. abt 1777; Thomas b. 1780;
Elisha b. 1783 d. Mar 15, 1858, Newberry Co., SC m.
Margaret Satterwhite b. 1882 d. 1872; Elizabeth
b. bef 1800 m. Unknown Davenport; and
Robert Golding, Jr. b. bef 1800. Where did they live in Newberry
County, are there any books with info on this family.
BISHOP: Would anyone know the identity of Thomas Melvin Bishop (1856-1898). Anna May Bishop (1859-1888), Tommie Luther Bishop (b&d 1888) buried at Tabernacle Methodist Church on Indian Creek Road? I'm trying to determine how he may be related to my John Osborne Bishop who is also buried at Tabernacle. Thanks, Terry.
MURDOCK: Looking for connections to Hamilton Murdock b 1736. He was granted 350 acres in the Berkeley district, which is what I am told now Newberry. They were Protestants who rode the Lord Dunagannon ship to America in 1767/8. Thanks, James.
THOMASSON/DICKERT/SUBER/WILSON: John W.R. Thomasson m. Libby Dickert; Arnold Thomasson m. Harriet Suber; Andrew Cornellius Thomasson m. Texanna Wilson; Andrew Carter Thomasson m. Madena Floyd Scott. All are my grandparents. Any information available from readers, would be greatly appreciated. I have some but very little on John/Libby. Thanks, Madena.
GARRETT: We are searching for the family of John Garrett b. 1818-1820 in Newberry Co, SC? d. 1813 N..C. His father supposedly drowned in the French Broad River on his way to N.C. We have no name on the mother and some say the father came from Ireland, as a stowaway into Charleston, SC, approx 1800-1810; some say his name was Llewellyn? b. 1790-1795? A sister Phebe Garrett? Any information would be appreciated. Thanks, Norma Wells
CAMERON:My husband's Father's ,Rev Virgil A. CAMERON, family was from the Stoney Battery area of Newberry County. It goes: Mother - Mary LIVINGSTON CAMERON,d/o Lenoir Veree LIVINGSTON and Alice Lemon Shealy, m. Chester ALonza CAMERON, s/oJohn William CAMERON and Lousia Permalia LONG,s/o William Drayton CAMERON, (CSA, WOUNDED X2) and Amanda Elizabeth Harmon. In the 1870 N'bry Census, by Betty Bundrick, she is listed as CANNON, HH# 4397. I cannot find his father and he seems to have not made it home when he was furloughed from the hospital to Frog Level the last time. I hope to get to the ? Newberry Co Library and look through your Research library soon,to hopefully solve some of the mystery. Thanks Ann Cameron
LONG:I am looking for
information on George M. Long. He was married to a Carrie B. ? and had two daughters. One was Ruby Long. He was the son of Nancy Beatrice Thomas and Sim Westly Long. He also had a brother John Henry Long. They lived in Laurens on Pickens Street. I would appreciate any help that anyone might be able to give me. Judy Long
WISEMAN, I am related to John S. Wiseman and Louisa Watkins Wiseman. John S. had a brother, William C. Wiseman, who was married to Lavica Watkins, a sister to Louisa. William C. ended up as a Judge in San Bernadino, CA after a recommendation from Sam Houston of Texas. The Watkins girls were daus of Andrew Watkins and Catherine Adams Watkins. Catherine had a brother William Adams who died the same year as Catherine, 1836. William Adams' wife Debie later married a Goggans and they moved to Chambers county Ala. John S. and William C. were sons of Daniel Wiseman who was the son of Thomas Wiseman,a Rev. War veteran from Edgefield Co., SC. Danile Wiseman had sons: William C., John S., Elijah Abner, Simeon and James M. Wiseman. Thanks. Bill Wiseman, Tifton, Ga
PITTS, BenjaminSeeking info on Benjamin, b 1815 in SC, moved to GA & ALA, and settled in Holmes Cty, Florida. Thanks. Michelle
McKEE, ROBERT Researching Robert McKee b. Ireland ca 1755 d Newberry Cty, SC 1831. Children were Joseph d 1843 Newberry, Elizabeth d 1861 Newberry, Samuel who d 1865 Newberry, William and James who went to Chambers Cty, Ala abt 1834. James, my line, d 1866 in Chambers Cty, Ala. James may have married a Gore who was the dau of Edward Gore. Joseph and Elizabeth did not marry. Samuel perhap married an Elizabeth Rhame.. No firm info on William. Any info appreciated.. Thanks. Eleanor
FELTMAN-HOGG-DARBYInterested in any information re these surnames or connections. Please email me with any information you are willing to share. Thanks! Fred Huffman
ADAMS/BOWLES: Where are William and Millie Emily Frances ADAMS BOWLES buried? Thanks, Helen W. Monie.
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