||Looking for information on William Barney Hadwin. I understand they may
have originally been from Georgia. He died 11/22/1916 and was buried at Scotia.
He was married to Catherine Virginia Crapps (sp?). 28 June 2004
||It is my understanding that my great-great grandfather, Green (?) Haithcock
owned a cotton farm in Eastover prior to the depression. Do you have any
information about the Haithcock family. They attended Good Hope Baptist Church
in Eastover. I believe he had about six children: Larry, Reuben, Gussie,
"Doc," Essie, and Pearl. Larry married a woman by the name of Marie. Pearl
married Sam Hall who was a captain on an ocean liner.
5 Oct. 2001
||B. Donahue Richard
||I was trying to find information on Nicholas Hugh Hamilton's
first wife Alabama Taylor. Nicholas Hamilton was born 1855 and died in 1910.
I thought if I could find when he married, it would have some info on her.
(12/5/99 6:01:16 PM)
S. Bowers Higgins
||Researching family of Walter Raymond HAMMOND and Margaret
Virginia BRANCH, who were in Cummings, Hampton County, SC in 1880s. They
had 6 daughters, all born in Cummings; Iuka, Irene, Iva, Iola, Idell, and
Ida. Would like any info about family, particularly parents of Walter HAMMOND,
and any descendants of the sisters: Irene LIGHTSEY; Iola STONE; Ida LITCHFIELD.
(11/28/97 9:26:55 AM)
||Looking for info on Nancy Hampton, (b.) 14 Sept 1817 in (?)
She married Henry Shaw in Charleston, SC on 21 Dec 1837. How did HAMPTON
COUNTY get it's name? I was wondring if it was named after the Hampton family.
Any info on the Hamptons would be appreciated very much. Thank you for your
time and consideration. (6/17/98 7:49:14 PM)
||Jerry M. Hannah
Please send a valid Email address.
||In search of the Handley families in Jasper and this area
in the mid-to-late 1700's. John, James, William and Thomas. The name has
been spell Handly, Hanly, Hanley and Handley. Anyone doing research, please
contact me. Will be happy to share data. Thanks
(4/19/99 7:27:34 PM)
||Relative to my queries for Bowers, I am also looking for
information on the name HANSFORD. My grandfather's name was Gainey HANSFORD
Daniels and I believe HANSFORD and GAINEY to be family surnames for his mother
or father. Gainey HANSFORD Daniels was born in Cummings, Hampton County,
SC on Novemebr 11, 1880. (7/6/98 8:36:38 PM)
||I am looking for William H. Harrietts grave, his first wife, Sula Preaster
. Harriett and other Harriett families. W. H. died bet. 1910 &
1920. Brother Frank E. Harriett died bet 1920 & 1930 in Hampton
Co. Brunson or Peeples Twp. I need information on William Harriett, born
July 1848 in South Carolina. He married 1st Unknown. Children were: John
Andrew B. August 24, 1877 in Barnsville, S. C., George Washington born August
1880 in S. C. , Susie Lee Born May 1881 in S. C., Mandy Born Oct 1885 in
S. C. , Ida born Oct 1895 in SC. 2nd wife Sarah Unknown, Child: Alma born
Sept 1897 in Peeples, Hampton Co. S. C. He was still alive in the 1900 Fed
Census of Hampton Co. I need death and burial information, his parents, names
of spouses. 23 August 2006
||Searching for ggGrandfather Richard Harrison b. 25 Apr 1818
Prince William Parish. Family left farm in 1851 which was located at "forks
of Big and Little Salkehatchers" to move to Pierce Co. Ga. Believe Richard
is son of Joseph Harrison and Ann Gooding of Crocketville area but both Joseph
and Amos remain candidates 'til I find more. Have pics of Richard and Susan,
and of their log cabin and separate kitchen in south Georgia and fairly large
file. Would love to exchange data with anyone interested. Thanks.
(1/25/98 1:24:07 PM)
||Hope to find others searching Joseph HARRISON b. cir 1765
Jones County, N.C. Married Anne GOODING, also of Jones Co. Both Harrison
and Gooding families moved to Prince William Parish, Beaufort Dist (presently
Hampton). Joseph and Ann family begin showing in Beaufort census by 1820.
(8/9/98 11:05:08 AM)
||Our family has been traced back to AMOS HARRISON of Prince
William Parish, Beaufort Dist.(Hampton Co.) South Carolina before 1800. Amos
was eather 80 or 86 years of age when he died on 3/26/1855. When he was a
boy it is said that he remembered the Revolutionary War very vividly. The
1790 census for Beaufort Dist. South Carolina lists Henry Harrison head of
household and three(3) males under sixteen(16) years of age, and one(1) female.
The 1800 census lists Henry as executor of Catherine Stone Est. We think
Henry is the father of Amos But can not prove it. Amos married Sarah Ann
Hamilton 4/10/1804. We have all of Amos's Bible records from his marrage
to Sarah Ann foward. Henry David was there first born. If any one has any
information on the Harrison family please help me out. We will share any
info we have. (1/4/00 9:08:06 PM)
||I am searching for information on Daniel Hartley, Sr, b. 1720,
d. 1798. Or others with Hartley name. (9/3/99 8:46:00
||I seek information of Caroline Hattrick about the surname. My own
version traveled from Germany>Ireland>Canada>WA state.
Germany>Ireland 1709>Canada 1854>WA state 1889. 19 Jan.
||Seeking information on Orrie HEAPE, wife of Reuben Jorden RIVERS. Who
were her parents and siblings?
11 Feb. 2001
||Nancy Rivers Pond
||Searching for family of Susan HERRIOT b. 30 jan 1823 in Prince
Williams Parish, Beaufort Dist. She married Richard HARRISON, son of Joseph
and Ann GOODING Harrison, originally from Jones Co. N.C. Richard and Susan
moved to Ware (later Pierce) Co. Ga. in 1851. Would love to exchange data
with anyhone interested. (8/9/98 11:04:22 AM)
||My mother was Carrie Elizabeth Hull who married James Henry Ulmer. Both
were natives of Hampton County. I am seeking information on the Hull family
who lived in Huggin Oak. I have complete information on the Ulmer line but
not on the Hull line. 24 Feb. 2007
||James Earl Ulmer
||Looking for any information on Holzdorf possibly from Purysburg
SC mid 1700's. (9/3/99 8:42:14 PM)
||David Horton (s/o Moses Horton)/wife Sarah who lived in Danielston
near the Savannah River in northwest part of Beaufort County, South Carolina
in 1860. 1997 map would locate Danielton (not on current maps) near the county
line in either Hampton County or Allendale County. David was born in 1813
and was a planter with 200 acres. According to 1860 census. Horton, David
b:1813; wife: Sarah H. b:1815; daughters: Elipire N (?) b:1845, Rebecca b:1847,
Sarah b:1853; sons: David b:1848, Solomon (Paul) b:1850, Rienzie b:1852,
Deloach b:1854, Broadus b:1855. David's son Solomon Paul Horton born in 1850
and died in 1909 married Amanda Oliver in or around Screven County, Georgia.
One of their sons, Leonard Hayes Horton born in 1889 and lived in Jenkins
County, Georgia was my grandfather. Any help in locating any of David &
Sarah's other ancestors or decendents would be greatly appreciated.
||HUDSON - I am researching Hudson Landing and the related Hudson Ferry
which operated between present-day Hampton Co SC and Screven Co GA in at
least the late 1700s. I am also very interested in the HUDSON family that
owned/operated the Ferry. 4 Feb. 2002
||James S. HUGHEY b 1809/15 d 1886 in Hampton County. Married
Mary Ann BARNES B 813/14. Children were 1. Holland (Holly) Elizabeth b 1834/35
married Henry P.BELGER (My Line) 2. William R. b 1834/39 married Georgia
Lane. (12/30/98 9:44:05 AM)