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Yemassee train depot I am looking for information on the Yemassee Railroad depot. What I do have is that it was the Atlanic Coast line that used it. The old wooden building was replaced by a brick one some were around the 1950's but am looking for a exact date if possible. If I am hearing right it is the depot were the Marines came in to. To go to Parris Island any thing will be so greatly welcome.  9 August 2007 Bonnie Hunter
YEOMANS I am seeking info on John W. Yeomans/Youmans, born @ 1848 Hampton Co., S.C. Married Catherine Ann (Annie) Rushing and they lived in Ridgeland area on the Coosawhatchie River and had a cotton mill on the property. He died between 1917-18 and is buried in Ridgeland at Sardus Church Cemetery. They appear on the 1880 Census, Coosawhatchie Township, Hampton Co., S.C. Any information will be greatly appreciated. Have been researching this man for almost 6 years and cannot locate his ancestors. Please help if you can. (2/13/98 10:22:02 PM) Nancy Evans Parr
Youmans I would like any information related to the geneology of my family (Youmans). Please feel free to contact me with anything, no matter how insignificant it may seem. I am just starting my search. Thanks! (4/8/00 11:50:17 AM) Linda
Youmans I am the Director of the Old Exchange & Provost Dungeon, a Revolutionary War era Museum. I'm interested in learning about my father's side of the family. His name was Carlton Benjamin Youmans, his father was Benjamin Legare Youmans. They were from Hampton/ Varnville. That's about all I know. Could you possibly shed some further light on their ancestry? 4 August 2006 Tony Youmans

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