||Seek info on Jonathan Abbott age 39 (b. c1842) 1880 Richland
Co. census. wife Mary age 39 (b. c1842) children: Anna Abbott age 17 (b.
abt. 1863) Ida Abbott age 12 (b. abt. 1868) James Abbott age 10 (b. abt.
1870) Julia Abbott age 6 (b. abt. 1876). Did son James Abbott move
to Wayne Co., GA prior to August 1890 when he married Aseneth Strickland?
(3/14/99 6:02:21 PM)
|I am searching for Edward Abbott (m. Humming?). I've found him and his
family on the 1920 and 1910 census, but have had no luck on the 1900 census.
He was listed on the 1910 Census in Columbia City, occupation: horse trader,
wife: Humming. He is my paternal great-grandfather. He definitely married
Humming, but we don't know what her maiden name was. Their children were:
Jim, Mary, Idess, Ada, Nida (Nita), Lillie (Lily), Ruby (my grandmother),
Almeta (Almeda), Marie and Murthu.. Any help would
be greatly appreciated. 18 April 2002
||Seeking information on Solomon Abel. Family in Cayce, SC or
Richland County around the 1880's or 1890's. Solomon later moved to Ocala,
Florida, and is buried there. (12/5/99 6:11:07 PM)
|Seek info on: John Carroll ADAMS b. 1756 in NC, married Sarah (maiden
name unknown) in Richland Dist., SC, on 1 Mar 1784. Their daughter, Ann Roney
ADAMS, md. Pierce BULGER in 1804, probably in Richland as well. John Carroll
was the son of Richard ADAMS and wife Mary (no maiden name). Richard was
probably born in Beaufort Co., NC, and died in abt 1788 in Richland, SC.
Richard was the son of Abraham ADAMS, no dates or place events found, as
yet. (3/14/99) 27 Sept. 2003
|I am researching my Adams family line, and am looking for the forebears
of Stephen Thomas Adams, b. Ala 1847. His parents came from Va. and Tn. I
was told there were a lot of Thomases and Adamses who intermarried in South
Carolina, especially in Marlboro and Richland Counties. Can you help me,
please? Thank you very much for your time and help. 12 Dec. 2000
|Ephraim Adams and his wife Margaret (Killingsworth) Adams. He died 1832
in Congaree area. She died Mar. 1838 near Congaree Baptist Church (mentioned
in estate papers). Can find no connection between them and the Joel Adams
family. 15 March 2001
|Searching for parents of Richard Adams born 1796 in Richland County,
South Carolina. Married Catherine (Maiden Name Unknown). Was in Jones County
Georgia in 1830; Twiggs County, Georgia by 1834; Muscogee County, Georgia
by 1850; Chattahoochee County, Georgia by 1860. Children: James A. b. 1832
Jones County: William D. Adams b. 1834 Twiggs County; Daniel J. Adams b.
1836 Twiggs County; Richard M. Adams b. 1837 Twiggs County; John C. Adams
b. 1838 Twiggs County; & Robert R. Adams b. 1841 Twiggs County. Any help
would be appreciated. 6 August 2002
|I aum looking for any information on a Joel T. Adams born in SC. He married
a lady named Jane Outlaw, also born in SC. They had 11 children (that
I know of) named: John T. (m. Charlotte Lastinger); James Madison (m. Elminor
Grant); Mary J. (m. James Walker); Ann; Margaret E. (m. Paul Hatch); George
W. (m. Caroline Hatch); Morgan M. (m. Henriette Revels); Ellen; Frances M.E.
(m. Paul Hatch); Joseph "Joel" (m. Mary "Mollie" McKinnis); G. Ella (m. James
Smith). 27 Sept. 2003
|Searching for information on James ADAMS b. in NC. The name of his wife
is unknown. He is the son of Richard ADAMS and wife Mary (no maiden name)
of Richland County, SC. Richard was the son of Abraham ADAMS and wife, Barthia.
Richard came to SC from Beaufort County, NC and died in 1887-1888 in Richland
County. Their son, James ADAMS, was enumerated on early census of SC and
then in 1830 in Jones County, GA. His siblings were: Annice; John Carroll,
Richard, William, and Abraham. James ADAMS had a son Richard ADAMS b. 1796
in Richland County, SC. Does anyone have information on James ADAMS son of
Richard & Mary? 28 Sept. 2004
||Seeing info on William H. Addison B. ABT. 1804 AND D. 2-9-1873
and resided in Richland County and is listed in the 1850, 1860 & 1870
Census. He ws married to Mary and they had the folowing children:Hiram, John,
James, Sarah, DeKalb, Samuel, William and Randolph b. 3-19-1862 and d. 9-18-1917.
He was a farmer, I think, and lived possibly in the Gadsden area. Thanks.
(8/22/99 7:08:11 PM)
|Need name of cemeteries in Eastover. trying to locate Henry Talmadge
Addison gravesite. 19 April 2002
|Looking for family of David Addison. Also, his &wife's burial sites.
I am interested in contacting and living relatives or parties that know any
of the relatives. I am trying to get additional information on his son Henry
Talmadge b. Sept 1894. Henry married Carrie Youngblood in Columbia in 1918
and they had 3 children. 5 April 2003
|I am just starting to research my family tree and I would like to know
how to get records from Eastover SC . My family was the Addisons and
it is hard to find a lot on ancestry.com so if there is a way for me to find
more out on the net with you that would be great. 26 April 2009
||Carolyn J Frey
||I am seeking others doing research for african americans. I would appreciate
their e-mail addresses so I may contact them. 19 April 2002
|Searching for James AIKEN: b. 29 Feb 1869 (on grave) must have been 1872,
no leap year that year. d. 2 Nov 1924 (on grave) death cert. states 1923.
m. Bertha PERRY. Lived on Covenant Road (Alms House, Poor House)). Also 407
Taylor Street then at 1520 Williams Street. We do not know his mother
or fathers name. He is supposed to have one brother and one sister. Buried
Elmwood Cem. in Columbia. Children: Madge, Mamie, Alberta, Aline, Daisy,
Dillard, Charlie. Worked for City of Columbia. 4 Mar. 2001
||Charles W. Aiken, Jr.
||Seek information regarding US Army Air Corps air fields or bases that
were in Columbia SC in 1943. My mother and her 1st husband were married in
Columbia on Oct 14, 1943. He was a VERY young Lieutenant in the USAAC, station
in Columbia at the time. Any information you might be able to forward to
me would be greatly appreciated. 27 March 2007
|AKINS, O'QUINN, SPELLING, DOUGHTY
||Researching AKINS, O'QUINN, SPELLING and DOUGHTY surnames
from Richland County. AKINS and O'QUINN families migrated to Houston Co.,
GA. and DOUGHTY migrated to Bibb Co., GA. (11/6/96)
|Looking for death notice/obit for Carroll W Allen; DOB 19 Sep 1919, DOD
Jan 1983 his last residence for Soc. Sec. benefit was Hopkins, South Carolina.
I am researching my Martin family and have traced a branch to Carroll
W Allen. Sept 2005
||Daniel E Horton
|Searching for information on Milly Allen who is shown on the 1830 Richland
County Census on page 406. Her given name was Mildred. I have no access to
the 1820 census to see if she showed up in there, but it is unlikely. I believe
between 1820 and 1830 her husband either died or she divorced him. Her son,
Nazareth was born in 1820 and his last name is Allen which normally would
mean his father was named Allen too! I know that sometime after 1830 Milly
married James Bass Honeycutt whose father, Douglas, is shown as being next
door to her in the 1830 census. There is a Henry Honeycutt who apparently
resides with Douglas and may have been his brother due to the ages shown.
A William Allen is shown as being 60-70 yrs old on page 402 of the 1830 census
and may possibly have been the father of Milly's first husband. Any help
would be appreciated. Sept. 2005
|Seek info on William Anderson, born in Caroline Co. Va. in 1732, died
in Sabine River, SC in 1807. 21 Dec. 1999
||Robert M. Anderson
|SEEKING ANY INFO ON DR. ABRAHAM ANDERSON. MEDICAL DOCTOR IN THE FORKS
OF THE BROAD AND SALUDA RIVERS IN 1762. ADVERTISED HIS PRACTICE IN THE S.C.
GAZ.ACCORDING TO DR. WARINGS' "HISTORY OF MED. IN S.C. 16 May 2000
|During the 1940's and 1950's there was a professional genealogist in
Columbia that did some research on my "MURFF" family, Mr.. Leonardo Andrea.
Does anyone have a "date of birth" and "date of death" for Mr. Andrea?? I
have some of his research, and would like to accurately quote his life span.
||Seek to learn more information about the death of my husband's
grandfather, Charles Cleon Armstrong, who died in Columbia in 1910. We know
very little about his death, other than that he was shot by a bookkeeper
at the Granby Cotton Mill, January 10, 1910 in Columbia, SC following an
argument. We have never been to this area and members of our family
who have visited there in years past learned very little about his death.
We have copies of newspaper articles from papers in Columbia and Atlanta
about the incident, but little more. We understand that he was buried in
or around Columbia and we are researching the following: (1)Information
about the Granby Cotton Mill - location, dates of existence, operations and
history; (2)Information about the possible gravesite of Charles Cleon
Armstrong who died January 10, 1910 in Columbia, South Carolina; (3)Any
records or documentation concerning the trial of Mr. Aaron Howell, who shot
Mr. Armstrong; (4)Any records or documentation concerning Mr. and Mrs.
Armstrong's life in Honea Path, South Carolina and Columbia, South Carolina.
Mr. Armstrong's wife and children were already living in Florida at
the time and Mr. Armstrong was planning to rejoin them. Mrs. Armstrong (the
former Clara Maude Hudson) remarried after his death and his child, Rapley
Cleon Armstrong, knew very little about his father. We have researched
the Armstrong lineage extensively through U.S. Census records and various
other sources but have found nothing other than a record of his marriage
to Clara Maude Hudson in Honea Path, South Carolina, in 1899. We would appreciate
any assistance you could provide in preparing for our trip to South Carolina
to learn more about our family's history. 27 Sept. 2003
||Karen Armstrong -Cummings
||Seeking information Ruben & Mary Hannah Camber Arthur
family who lived Richland co. Ruben dies 1833, and widow and some of family
remove to Ala. Would like to share data in both directions. (6/18/99
|Located near the north entrance to Washington Park, is Arthurtown. Does
anyone know the origin of Arthurtown? 20 Nov. 2004
|I am looking for information on my dad's relatives. His name is Elbert
Leland Asbill, born in Columbia, S.C. His nickname is Jim. He now lives in
Carson City, Nevada. 18 April 2002
||David Michael Asbill
||I am searching for birth parents of Charles Lee Ashford. He was adopted
in Columbia SC in November 1950. There was no secret about the adoption-
he has the "Title to Real Estate" which is the adoption paper as well as
his original birth certificate. He was born in Baptist Hospital on
September 30, 1950 per the adoption papers (and 10/1 according to the birth
certificate) to Dora Mae Ashford age 21 of 1717 Pickens Street and was named
Charles Lee Ashford on the birth certificate. Dora was the widow of
Joseph Ashford age 32 who died March 15, 1950 (we THINK in a car accident)
We do not know where he died. On the birth certificate Dora noted
that both she and Joseph were born in New York (state only). She states
that Joseph was a "sargent in army" and that there is one other child living.
The baby was adopted by Howard and Alice Miles. Howard was stationed
in Columbia. They renamed the child Mike. And when Howards service was over
they returned to their home in California! Howard and Alice have both
died. They did have a birth daughter who vaguely remembers Mike being adopted.
She believed that her mother, Alice, may have worked in the hospital where
Mike was born and that that is how the adoption came about.She also believes
that Joseph Ashford was killed in an auto accident, possibly with a girlfriend.
She thinks that Dora may have been a waitress. I have written to the
National Records Center for military records. They could not locate anything.
I have contacted the Division of Vital Records in Columbia for Joseph's
death certificate. They searched from 1935 to 1964 and found nothing. I wrote
to The State Newspaper- their records didn't go past 1987 I called Ft Jackson
for an obit or notice in the camp paper. Their records do not predate 1954.
I tried the Caroliniana Library at USC- their Ft Jackson papers are
only for WWI and after 1968. I tried the SSDI and discovered that prior
to 1951 military and spouses weren't required to have ssn's I tried the 1930
census for a Joseph Lee Ashford (and variations) from New York and found
no one even born in the correct year. 30 June 2004
||Toby Ellen Brief
|Would like to get in touch with Stephany Atkinson who graduated from
Irmo High School in 1992. Her High School Ring was found at Myrtle Beach.
29 March 2007
||I am hoping to find a descendant of Ronald L. Aungst. He attended
the U.S. Army Training Center, Armor in Ft. Knox, Ky in 1957. In 1958 and
1959 he was in the Co. C 148th Inf. Reg. I believe he may have
attended the First Presbyterian Church in Columbia, SC. in at least 1958.
I located some Pictures and other personal items of his at a Flea Market
in Texas. I would like to see these items returned to his
family. 1 April 2001
||E. Walton Lewis