||I am searching for any information on Gainey Hansford Daniels
born in Hampton County on November 11, 1880 and/or Stephen Daniels, his father.
Also, any information on Marion or Polly Daniels--Marion Lane, married name;
Polly McCoy, married name. (6/17/98 7:45:14 PM)
||Searching for the parents of Samuel DAVIS born about 1860
(spouse: Susan Victoria Ginn), Sarah DAVIS CROSBY born 1879, Delila Ann DAVIS
WILLIAMS born 26 August 1870, Henry Jefferson DAVIS (spouse: Lula Ann Box)
born about 1876, Joe DAVIS (died in 1930's due to accidental burning) birthdate
unknown, and Thomas "Tom" DAVIS (2nd spouse: Annie Dero Ginn) birthdate unknown.
Will share known information. They are said to have lived sometime in GA.
Sam Davis ( b. about 1860 d. about 1923) was my great grandfather. He lived
the latter part of his life in and around the Jacksonboro area of Colleton
County. He is supposed to have been born and/or raised in Jasper County.
His wife Susan Ginn Davis (b. about 1860 d. 1935) was born and raised around
Gillisonville in Jasper County. The other names are siblings of Sam Davis
and very little is known about them. (7/6/98 8:49:20
||Looking for Ann Davis,daughter of James Clyde Davis.Originally
from Kinston,NC.I do not know Ann's married name.She grew up in Kinston in
the 1920's and 1930's and moved to the Hilton Head area after marriage.James
had a brother,Joseph Hartsfield Davis.Their father and mother were Jacob
Davis and Susan Spence both of Lenoir county,NC .Please contact.
(10/28/99 10:11:09 PM)
Haywood Davis Jr.
||Please contact if you have either of these two brothers in
your database: DAVIS, Cpt James Jackson, b 1739, d 1795, Tombstone reads
"from Prince William's Parish, a gallant soldier of the Rev. War", Beaufort
District, SC; DAVIS, Col. William, Rev War b c1730 d 1801 first m Ann McLeod,
1760 b 1737, d 1777, children William, Jr., Charles Jones, Alexander W.,
Rebecca, John McLeod; secondly m. Rebecca Harden ? Rutherford Weekley, 1785
b&d ?, children - Ulysses Blake, Jane Elizabeth, Martha Maria; Prince
William's Parish, Beaufort District, SC. Alexander W. is buried at Old Skillians
Burial Ground, Hampton Co., SC. (5/18/98 9:52:31
|Daies or Davis
||I am trying to locate my grandfather people. He was in born 1901, I was
told. His name was Hamp Daies or Davis,
he was a Black American. From all the information I have he probably was
born in the Hampton county S. C. area. Any information you might have I would
be greatly appreciated. 17 Feb. 2003
||I am looking for the parents of Lydia E. Davis born May 16, 1817 in Hampton,
Beaufort District, South Carolina. She married William Henry Green of Beaufort,
St. Peter's Parish, South Carolina. Any help would be appreciated. Jan.
||Charlotte Green Haag
||I'm looking for information on the Davis family from Scotia. My great
grandfather was Thomas Allen Davis (b. 1861) who was married to Hattie J.
Goethe (b.1868). I'm just starting genealogy research and I'm not sure if
this is what this email is for. Hope so. 3 Feb. 2010
||hello i am looking for family of george days who lived in yemasee hampton
county wife name was jannie days 3 Feb. 2010
||Searching parentage, birth, death and burial of Hannah Bostick Breeland
DeLoach, wife of David DeLoach (1774-1849) and same information on David
DeLoach, probably St Peters Parish, Old Beaufort District, S.C. 15 April
||To further identify individuals who lived at our archaeological
site in Savannah, Ga during the 1700s, we need information on the James Deveaux
family (1720-1800)and its kinship ties with Andre Deveaux.
(7/2/99 8:03:01 PM)
||donahue, john: possibly a farmer, owned property in Hamton County. Lost
property during the depression. 5 Nov. 2002
||B. Donahue Richard
||I am looking for information about the DuPuis that lived in Hampton County
(St Peters Parish) in the late 1700s. I know that James DuPuis ran the ferry
across the Savannah river to Effingham GA. at Three Sisters. His ?father/brother
was John who possibly married Mary Stafford. They had two sons David Spicer
and Seth Stafford. David left for FL after the civil war and Seth remained
in SC. He is buried at the Lebonnon Church in Scotia. I have found reference
that Seth lived a few miles from the Hermitage Plantation. One of the Stafford
family (James Spicer i believe called him Uncle Seth) I believe our family
was intermixed with the Staffords, probably back to the early 1700 in NC
when James DuPuis married Fanny Stafford. She lived to be 96 (born 1729).
Although I have found census records, newspaper articles, and tax records
on the DuPuis family I have found very little about them.
16 Feb. 2003
||M. DuPuis Lisicki