||Benjamin Wall married Catherine Wood (?) in 1876 in Hampton
SC. They lived and died in Bryan County Georgia. I am not sure if they were
from the Hampton area. Any help on this family would be appreciated.
(10/28/99 10:14:17 PM)
||I was hoping someone has read information about John Mitchell Warnock
or David A Warnock living near Hardeeville in the early 1800's. Many of the
Warnocks moved north to Hampton Co, Savannah, and Screven/Burke County. Any
information is a help. 20 Jan. 2009
||Seek info on family of Richard Warren born abt 1802 in Hampton Co.,
S.C. His wife Eliza? b. abt 1818, in Hampton Co. according to his daughter,
Mary Ann Warren McMillan's death certificate. Richard & Eliza Warren
abt. 8 children: (1) Richard G. Warren, b. abt 1839, m. abt. 1859 to Elliott,
b. abt. 1838. (2) George L. Warren, b. abt. 1843 (3) Amanda Warren, b. abt.
1850 (4) Mary Ann Warren, b. February 28, 1848, d. February 2, 1917, in Bamberg
Co., S.C., buried February 24, 1917 in the South End Cemetery, Bamberg, S.C.
by Cooner Funeral Home.. She was the widow of Jasper N. McMillan, son of
Joel and Mary Lane McMillan of Barnwell County, S.C. Children of Jasper
N. & Mary Ann Warren McMillan were: Richard Frank McMillan, b.
December 27, 1860, d. January 23, 1911, in Bamberg County, S.C., buried in
the South End Cemetery, Bamberg, S.C. Probably known as Frank McMillan.
William McMillan. On census he was listed as Benjamim A. W. McMillan.
(Name could be Benjamin A. Henry William McMillan. Joel McMillan (Probably
named after his grandfather, Joel McMillan.) Mary M. McMillan Ernest
Delilah McMillan, known as "Tiney", m. Joshua Lott. 8 August 2001
||S. McMillan Pierce
||My great great great grandfather is buried on a family cemetary in Garnet
SC. Now the Webb reserve. I have a list of graves and a picture of it. About
40 grages. It is NOT the black swamp cemetary. I have sent two letters
to the Webb reserve know answers. I know it is somewhere on the reserve.
13 Feb. 2007
||I seek information on the surname, WELLS? In Jasper and/or
Hampton County. My father was born in Hampton County, raised in Jasper
and had a brother, John Ivan Wells, who was the superintendent of Gregorie
Neck Plantation for many years. He was later an officer in the First National
Bank of Ridgeland and active in civic affairs in Jasper County for his entire
life. Most of the Wells family is buried at Great Swamp Baptist Church.
Do you have any information on that cemetery? 5 Nov. 2002
||Ivan M. Wells
|White, Whitney, Housey, Johnson, Capers (Allendale),
||I am African American and I grew up in Garnett, South Carolina in the
Shirley community. I have traced my mother's paternal side back to 1889 to
my Great Grandfather, Adam Whitney Sr who died in 1970 and great grandmother
Penny (although I don't have her last name). I would like to know more if
I can about both sides of my family. My family names consist of White, Whitney,
Housey, Johnson, Capers (Allendale), and Heyward. I would like to track as
much of my history as I can. Any information would be appreciated. 29
||I am looking for information about the parents of Mary L(awton?) Wiggins
who died in 1853. Her will lists a son James (B1813), an unmarried daughter
Ann E. (B Abt. 1813), daughter Mary Ann Clark, a daughter who married a Hughes,
granddaughters Julia Hughes and Martha Julia Clark. She would have been of
the same age as the children of William Henry Lawton (B1775) and Catherine
Maner (B1775). 21 Feb. 2008
||Tracing the geneology of Manor and Lula (Gardner)Williams,
my grandparents. They resided in Hampton Co. SC in the late 1800's and the
early 1900's. Their Children were as follows: Lucenia, Elouise, Jimmy, James
Charlie, Manly, John Henry and an adopted son, James Allen. They moved to
Sylvania Screven Co. GA. in the early 1900's and settled in the WhiteHill
Community. They were members of the founders of the Black Creek Baptist Church.
I have information that my paternal Great Grandparents' name were Cecil or
Ceasar Williams and Mahana(sp) Williams. (8/22/99
||I am looking for information on my Grandparents, Manor and
Lula (Gardner)Williams. They resided in Hampton, SC during the late 1800s
and early 1900s. They moved to Sylvania, Screven County GA. in the early
1900s and resided in the Whitehill Community. They were members of the founders
of the Black Creek Baptist Church in that community. There children most
of whom were born in Hampton, were: Lucenia, Elouise, Jimmy, James, Charlie,
Manly, John Henry and James Allen (an adopted son). Any helpful information
will be greatly appreciated. (9/3/99 8:40:43
||Henry Williams was listed in 1900 census of Hampton County,
in Peeples Township. Born December 1857. Was he the Henry R. Williams age
two son of Jno. Williams in the 1860 census of Bufords Bridge, Barnwell County.
Would like parents and death date for Henry. (12/5/99
||I need info on Limus (Lymus?) Williams who probably resettled
in Hampton Co in apprx. the 1920's after living in Screven Co. Ga. for approx
30yrs. Time frame is 1880-1920. He was of native amer and poss. afric. descent.
He originally fled SC by swimming the Savannah river...probably wanted for
a crime against caucasians. His family in Sylvania, Screven Co. Ga. incl.
Rev Grover Williams who died ~1930's. Limus was known to have had at least
2 daughters with whom he probably lived in SC. They attended the funeral
of Rev Williams with their father. Any info/tips would be appreciated.
(12/28/97 12:56:42 PM)
||No Name Given
||Jack Williams, b. unknown in Estill, SC. died 1891 Fairfax,
SC. Wife maybe Susan, Maiden name Priester. Known children: John Brooks Williams,
b. Feb. 1862, d. May 1929 in Woodcliff, GA. (11/5/98
||Julius and Charity Brown Williams of Hampton, S,C, children: Abe Williams,
Eeugene Williams, Hugh Williams, David Williams and Cattie Williams.19 Jan.
||Looking for anyone who knows of a John and Lindie (Brown)Williams who
had a daughter named Alice who was a midwife. Alice married James Madison
Primus. Lindie or John could have possibly been of Irish descent, and
the other Native American. They may have lived in the Yemassee area of Hampton
County, or in the Allendale area of Barnwell County. 27 Sept. 2003
||Y. F. Mitchell-Sheets
||William David Williams(1844-1934) in Hampton Co. I found some basic info
on census forms but need more. April 2009
||Catherine Wood married Benjamin Wall in 1876 in Hampton SC.
They lived and died in Bryan County Georgia. I am unsure if they were from
the Hampton area to start with. Any information on this family would be
appreciated. (10/28/99 10:13:52 PM)
||I am desperately seeking information on a murder that took place in Hampton
County, SC. The subject was Walker Addison ("W.A.") Wynn who died 1/1/52.
He was shot in a bar by the bartender named "Crews" (apparently) and died
on the way to Fairfax Hospital. No one was ever arrested, tried, or prosecuted
in this death. There have been rumors that the death was not an accident.
He left behind two small children, Rita Darlene born 5/10/51 and Don
Walker Wynn (who was 25 months at the time), deceased. WA's widow was my
grandmother, Mary Verdine Avant Wynn. She apparently left him for another
man in Columbia, SC (rumored to be Edgar Roy Moss who was in the US Army
and had a child named Marie Annette Moss born 1/10/53). Mary Verdine
took WA's life insurance money and left. She has not contacted her children
by WA or my mother or uncles, who she had with a man named Eugene Troy Nichols
between 1942-46 (see my web page). My family would like to find my
grandmother. We have reason to believe that if we can find out more information
regarding the death of WA Wynn, then there may be some clues to her location.ANY
information you may be able to provide will be appreciated. Thank you very
much for your time. 9 Sept. 2006