||Am looking for information on the James Haigood that witness
a 03/01/1834 Richland Co. deed transfer. The property was listed in the estate
of Aldheus Bell. It was also witnessed by George Turnipseed. James had a
wife Selena (Bell?). James Haigood and George Turnipseed settled in Pickens
County, AL ca 1836. (12/5/99 6:08:12 PM)
||Looking for information on the HAILE family. (late 1700-1800's)
Trying to piece together their connection to the Union Co., SC Haile's. Contact
me if you know anything about the Lexington/Richland Co. Haile's. THANKS!
(12/30/98 9:37:39 AM)
|I m trying to locate my G-Fathers and all the info I have is he came
from SC. the name I have is J.T. Hamilton called Toss. I am sure
his name was Joseph Thomas . He came to Florida before 1872. Any help with
this will be more than welcome.16 Dec. 2000
||HAMITER - Mary Eve Hamiter, b. abt 1766 in RICHLAND Co., SC,
d. abt1830 in FAIRFIELD Co., SC; m. Stephen SMITH Jr. abt 1787 in CAMDEN
Dist., SC. Stephen SMITH Jr was son of Stephen SMITH Sr and wife Mollie (both
b. in England) migrated to South Carolina in mid 1700's and received land
grant. Interested in any info on either HAMITER or SMITH families.
||I am interested in the Hamiter Family, and the family of John Hamiter
& Mariah their siblings, Jane C, Samuel, Harriett, James, John and Adam.
24 August 2012
||Paula Hamiter Baird
||(note by FOC, before you write, this is my only record of this church.
A query.) My great-great grandfather, Samual
Hammond, Was a planter in the Columbia-Camden area and in the
1840s, he was pastor at the Jackson Creek Baptist Church. He was married
to Eliz. Motley and died in 1849. Is the church still active and is there
any other info on my family? 7 Nov. 2002
||I am looking for information on my great uncle, Wilson R. Hancock born
in Ga. abt. 1884-1885, he is on the 1920 S.C. Census in Lexington, Congaree
Township. I believe he married Sarah T. and had 2 boys, Wilson R. and William
A. In the 1930 S.C. Richland census she is a wifow. Any help would be
appreciated. 7 Sept. 2004
||Looking for any record for Geneva Harris born 5/18/20 or 21
in Columbia, SC to Sally Spann and Sylvester Harris.
(4/20/98 9:29:50 PM)
|John Washington Salmonds listed in Richland Co. in 1830 as Salmonor,
1840 as Salmons, 1850 as Washington Salmonds. Family also related to Harris
and Portee families. Family in Fairfield and Kershaw Counties also. 26 Nov.
||K. Simons Alexander
|im looking for my grandmother.lived in columbia sc all her life.born
around 1901. married a john r harris had two sons augustus lewis and john
harris.her name was kathleen ott harris i think married a cromer later on.
had a nickname of kat. any info would help im at a dead end.thank you
17 May 2002
|I am looking for information on Henry Walton Harris, b. 30 Jan. 1906
Wilkes County, GA and died 14 November 1984 in Columbia, Richland Co., S.C..
He married on 1 Dec. 1934 (don't know where) to Elizabeth Rowanstine (sp?).
He was granted in 1935 dismission letter from Rehoboth Baptist Church in
Metasville, Wilkes Co., GA to join Tabernacle Baptist Church in Columbia,
S.C. Do you know where or what Tabernacle Baptist Church was? Do you have
cemetery records for the area? He may have been a Doctor (MD). 30 June 2004
||Suzanne Walton Ammons
|I seek information on a John Harris of Columbia SC, who died about 1918.
He had a brother named Preston, wifes name Emma. His father was refered to
as "big john" and he as "little john". Also, he changed his last name to
Harris from his fathers (Mclaughlin) to his mothers maiden name. I have on
my records the counties of Kershaw and Richland. Also of Henry Harrell born
1863. Henry married a Polly Chavis, she is believed to have been Indian.
23 March 2005
||Benjamin HARRISON (m. Nancy Hart and Mary Grice)...b. 1768
in Va.; died 1837 in Columbia. (He had 13 children by both wives). Benjamin
was the son of Burr HARRISON (1738-1822) and Eliz. DARGAN (1736-1825); both
from Va. Would like to exchange information.
||I am looking for info on Thomas B. Harrison. married to Elizabeth
Duckworth they where Married in Columbia in 1865. And lived there until thier
deaths. any info would be appreciated. (4/20/98
|My great great grandfather was Burr John Harrison. He was born in 1864
in Richland County and died in 1922. I know he was buried in the Barhamville
Cemetary on Hughes St. in Columbia. I need more information on the family.
19 APril 2002
||M. H. Williams
||I am wanting to know if there was ever a person by the name of William
Riley Harrison who was most likely born around 1755 who lived in the Richland
Co., area. Family information has it that he was married to Hannah Riley
the daughter of Miles Riley. It is also rumored that he lived on a farm where
the present Columbia, SC is. He and Hannah had the following children: William
B. "Billy Buck" Harrison, John Henry Harrison, and Nancy Harrison. William
B. Harrison is listed as being born in Spartanburg, SC in 1789 and he married
Hannah Perle Taylor daughter of John Taylor and Mary Taylor from Union, SC
in 1810. William B. Harrison and Hannah Perle Taylor Harrison were my
GGG-grandparents. William B. Harrison served in the War of 1812. If William
Riley Harrison really existed then he also was suppose to have served in
the Revolutionary War either from Virginia or SC. I have been told that there
was one William R. Harrison who served in the Revolutionary War. I have also
been told that William Riley Harrison was deceased by 1797 but I have no
way of proving that any of this is true. How do you get the land record for
the area that was now Columbia, SC (that was previously before Columbia became
in existance farm land). The only William Harrison that is on the 1790
census is the one from Fairfield. Was a part of Fairfield latter Richland?
||Karen H. Nabours
||I'm looking for anyone who is related to, or knows information
about my grandfather HALKARD ASBURY HAWKINS. He was born April 6, 1909, possibly
in Richland County, SC. He died September 27, 1946, possibly in Alexandria,
VA or Washington D.C. He was a tailor, and a Republican National Committeeman.
He spent time in the military with the 2nd Infantry Division. He married
Julia Margaret Wessinger, and had 5 children. His father was Hugh Algernon
Hawkins, a farmer and former constable of Blaney SC. Hugh Algernon's father
was William Jasper. (4/22/99 9:49:20 PM)
||I am looking for the will of William Hay dated April 12, 1784
in Richland County, SC.(One book list the date 1782) In his will he mentions
his grandson W. Howell. He moved to Richland County around 1748 from Virginia
and settled on Raiford Creek, operating a grist mill. He purchased the tract
of land from Richard Jackson on Oct. 8, 1750.
(11/3/99 8:24:58 PM)
||In the "History of Richland County" there is a referance to
a William Hay who came to Richland County about 1748 from Virginia. I am
looking for something that may help me find out anything about where in Virginia
he came from or if he just got off a boat. Any help appreciated.
(4/20/98 9:43:37 PM)
|I am researching William Hay and his sons that settled on the Congaree
about 1748. They came there from Virginia. Williams wife was Mary (Howell)
Hay. I have a copy of his will and it names only 3 sons and I know he was
suppose to have more. I would appreciate any information you can give me.
19 April 2002
||Holsworth Hays was one of seven sons of Adam Hays and Mary
Messenger. He was teaching school in Arkansas when the War for Southern
Independence began, and he enlisted in the service of the South. His father
and all his brothers served the Union. Bitterness broke the family apart,
and a gentleman in Iowa knows only that Holsworth was reported to be living
and working in Columbia, SC, after the war. He is looking for more information
and especially for descendants. Any information will be most appreciated.
||Need information on Holsworth Hays son of Adam and Mary
(Messenger) Hays (11/5/98 9:13:50 PM)
|I am looking for information on the Hays Family, originally from Virgina
but migrated to the Carolinas in the middle 1750's. Would love sharing or
hearing from other cousins...or even possible cousins! 26 Sept. 2003
|Looking for the Will of William Hays, Wife Mary Howell Hays, 1750's.
29 Sept. 2003
|Looking for information on Thomas Heath 1773-1854 (shown in 1810 &
1820 Richland District census). I believe him to have married Mary Williamson
daughter of Rowland Williamson and Sarah Thomas. The Heaths are said to be
buried in the Heath Cemetery near Columbia. 17 Nov. 2002
||Jerry Van Wert
||HEISE, James Ross - Searching for James Ross Heise (Abt 1810,
District of Columbia - March, 1870, Columbia, SC). James and brother John
arrived in Columbia, SC in 1830's. James's daughters, Harriett and Mary baptised
in Saint Peter's Catholic Church in 1875. Unable to locate grave of James
and wife Harriett. Interested in contacting any of James's descendants.
(11/14/96) 5 March 2010
||Searching for info on the family and descendants for David
John Hendrix, who moved from Kershaw County to Richland in 1850. This family
seems to have lived in both counties through the 1850s. After 1860 they are
located in Richland. David John Hendrix is aka D. J. Hendrix. The family
lived in Richland somewhere between Lykesland and Brown's Chapel, just south
of present day Fort Jackson. Also looking for info on Brown's Chapel. D.J.
Hendrix had a brother, Thompson Hendrix. He became a Baptist minister by
1860, but can find no record after that date. 15
||My grandmother, Eunice Eugenia Hendrix was born in Blythwood in 1886
and her brother, Elzie Owen Hendrix was born in 1883. I am seeking information
as to who their parents were. In one document Elzie lists his mother as Mamie
Owen Hendrix. In 1900 they were both living with their grandparents Emanuel
and Elizabeth Hendrix. Eunice married Manley Wooten of Fairfield about 1902.
Any information greatly appreciated. 23 March 2005
|Searching for information in the 1820 Census of Richland County on Tobias
Hendricks. If anyone can do a look up for me, I would appreciate it.
7 Nov. 2000
|Hendrix Davis Thomas
||I have Hendrix/Davis/Thomas ancestors from Richland and Kershaw counties.
I'm looking for a source of detailed South Carolina county maps from
1870-1900. Any tips, hints, or other info would be greatly appreciated.
15 Sept. 2012
|Mary Lee Henry-Moore: was a patient at the State Hospital in in Richland
from 1940 sometime after May 10, 1940 until her death at the Hospital on
Dec. 27, 1940 of Physical Exhaution due to mental excitement. Interested
in Hospital Records/mug-shots,etc.6 August 2002
||John Henry, Jr.
|I am searching for my great grandfather who died in a Columbia hospital
during the civil war and was buried in Columbia. I am trying to find his
grave site. He is Michael D. Herring from Robeson County, NC and he died
on 31 January, 1865. Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated. 30 June
||William HEYSINGER m. Mary MCALLISTER on 17 Nov. 1886 in Columbia,
SC. In his diary, he notes he met her at 1700 Columbia Ave. in 1881. He was
from Franklin Co. PA. A letter to a Jacob HEYSINGER from a nephew in 1832
mentions visiting the "South Carolina Heysingers" Looking for the relationship
between the PA. Heysingers and the SC Heysingers.
|I am trying to find the first name and the date of birth for the wife
of Rev Wm. Higgins who died on 4 July 1858. The obit said he was married
to the oldest daughter of Rev George Scott. His wife may GGG grandmother
if she was born on Nov. 11, 1821 and named Martha. I seek any information
on Wm. Higgins. 22Feb2000
|I am trying to research data on my 4th great grandfather, Samuel Hilton.
In a letter, my great grandmother, Edith Hilton Baker McDade, states "Samuel
Hilton served in War of the Revolution. A record of pay to him is on file
with the Historical Society of South Carolina at Columbus. Sam Hilton Island
is a park in Columbia, S. Carolina named after him." I cannot find any reference,
whatsoever, to Sam Hilton Island. 22Feb2000
|GGrandfather immigrated from Ireland (county unknown) to Columbia S.C.
Date unknown, but circa early 1800's. Was said to be named ? Hogan,(first
name unknown) and that he was a minister. Denomination unknown. He left a
wife in Ireland and a few children. He married in S.C. (name of wife unknown)
and had a son, named Brisbane Hogan, (date unknown) who left for Indiana,
married a Elizabeth Moran there, and later to Illinois. He has been very
evasive in tracking him down, or his son, although, you would think that
with the name Brisbane, it would be easy. Knowing he considered himself a
minister, in S.C., someone might remember him. Any information on the Hogans
from that era is greatly appreciated. 1 July 2004
|Looking for death dates of Michael Hogan born 1820 Ireland died ABT 1855
and wife Sarah E. Hogan born 1829 died aft 1900 both in Richland Co. SC.
4 Oct. 2013
|I'm looking for a woman with the last name of Holden who was born in
Columbia in 1929. All I know is that she once worked in a furniture store
and also served in the Air Force in the 1950's. Any information would be
greatly appreciated. 21 May 2001
|I'M SEEKING INFORMATION ABOUT THE FOLLOWING PEOPLE.
|1) NICK HOLLINS (SLAVE) BROTHER OF MY GREAT GRANDFATHER
|2) JOHN HOLLINS (SLAVE) GREAT GRANDFATHER
|3) AGNES WAYTH GREAT GRANDMOTHER
|4) WESLEY HOLLINS (?-1930) GRANDFATHER
|5) ALBERTA TRAPP HOLLINS (?-1931) GRANGFATHER
I'M TOLD ALL OF THE ABOVE WERE BURIED IN CEDAR CREEK METHODIST CHURCH CEMETERY.
ANY INFORMATION WILL BE APPRECIATED. 27 Sept. 2003
|MARIE TRIBBLE CAMPBELL
||I am trying to find information about Dock HONEYCUTT. The last know residence
for him was Columbia, SC. The information was taken from his brother's obituary
dated 1981. Dock is most likely deceased now and would like to know his dates
and place of burial. 19 Nov. 2001
||L. Honeycutt DeBruhl
|Looking for information regarding family of Allen & F. Ann Hook:
Allen Hook. Born About 1803 in Lexington District, South Carolina.
Died After 1870. He married F. Ann. Born About 1812 in South Carolina.
||Jaime Teas Dilger
||My wife and I are researching the paternal side of my family, all of
whom are/were from South Carolina and Richland and Lexington Counties in
particular. We have been trying in vain to discover the birthdate and -place
of my great-great-grandfather Georg(e) Phil(l)ip(p) Hook (Hug, Huk, Hok,
Hoog, Hoch, Hock, etc.), allegedly born in Germany on/about 1750, d.SC in
1821. We are both highly experienced and diligent researchers with many books
and articles to our credit, but we have had no success. I am fluent in German
and have written many persons and searched many church and municipal records
in southwestern Germany and discovered no trace of the highly elusive George
Philip. It appears that, for some unknown reason, George changed his name
to George Philips and then to Philip Hook. Can you help in any way?
We would be grateful for an answer at your earliest convenience July
||Dr. Donald D. and Harriett B. Hook
||Seek info on John HOOKER, June 21, 1774 - d. July 1815, Graduated
from Yale 1796 and proceeded to Columbia, SC & practiced Law.
Documentation indicates John was son of Col. Noadiah Hooker b. 1737
lived in Farmington, CT. (before he came to Columbia). John had a younger
brother, Edward Apr 27, 1785 --May 5, 1846 who came to Columbia after he
finished Yale in 1805 and toured the circuit with John and compiled some
history on South Carolina and Columbia in its early days. I SEEK A DOCUMENTED
LINK BETWEEN THIS JOHN AND MY GREAT GREAT GRANDFATHER JOHN HOOKER, Feb 14,
1806 - Jan 17, 1897 who was a farmer in the lower part of Lexington County,
buried in Ebeneza Church Cemetery near Pool's Mill., SC. This John is said
to be the son of John Hooker , the lawyer in Columbia.
|Hopkins & Robertson
||I am tying to find some information on the Hopkins & Robertson family
in Gadsden, SC. I am linked to many families in Richland county. May
|I'm trying to find who where Jesse House Parients, Jesse was born in
1815 d. abt 1895. He owned a plantation north of eastover in Richland
County. There is a cemetery at the location where the plantation was now
called Houses cemetary.. He had a slave named Susan Robinson. He lived with
Jane Boykin, & had two sons. Stark and Powell I am trying to find out
who where Jesse's parents And how did Jesse obtain the Plantation. 17 Nov.
||I'm seeking information about the Alex Houston family. Alex
was was the husband of Janie Houston. They were the parents of several children,
including Alex Jr, (b1891); Susan, (b1886), Wright, (b1893); Jerry and General.
They lived in the Richland County Area. Any information that you may provide
shall be greatly appreciated. (8/22/99 6:50:05
|We are looking for an obituary of Keith Edward Howe, born 4/3/47 and
died 12/15/93, who lived in Richland (Eastover) S.C. His ss# was 308-48-2708.27
||Am searching for the parents of Joseph Hardy Howell (b. March
31, 1800, d. December 7, 1875). He is thought to be the son of William Howell
(d. February 4, 1856)of the Congaree section of Richland County. There may
be a Hopkins and Goodwin connection. Family tradition says that the Howells
came down from Maryland. Would be willing to share information.
(12/30/98 9:29:12 AM)
||Three Howell brothers, Arthur, Thomas, and William settled
in Richland County on the Congaree around 1741. According to their Revolutionary
War records, they were from Maryland. I am trying to connect my ancestor,
Carson Howell (1768-1836) to these Howells. I will appreciate any information.
(11/5/98 9:16:28 PM)
send a valid Email address!
||Searching for information regarding my father's family. My
dad's name is Maybank Howell and his family is from the Hopkins, SC area.
His father's first name is unknown - but people called him RABBIT as a nickname
- (Mr. Howell). My dad's mother's name is Martha Davis (maiden) and her married
name is Martha Stevens and she m. - John Stevens from (Hopkins, SC) and she
had nine children (John, Majorie, Patricia, Calvin, Debra, Sylvalene, Louis,
Sam and Maybank) (8/22/99 7:02:44 PM)
|May I tell you about my Howell line? (1) Elias Howell (b. 1805
SC) m. Mary Partin in GA. (2)Alfred Howell (b. 1829 GA) m. Saleta Askew.
(3)William Hezikiah Howell (1858 GA) m. Sara Narcissus Jones.
(4)Wayne Winthrop Howell (b. 1903 FL)m. Myra Inez Locke. William H.
and a brother, James David, moved to the area where Dothan, AL is now. Houston,
Henry and other counties. Does have information on these people? Is Elias
was a son or grandson of William Howell, the Welch Neck Baptist? 8APR2000
|I am researching Jesse M. Howell and found him in Stewart Co., GA in
the 1840's. I also located a Jesse M. Howell (could they be the same one?)in
1830 in Lowndes Co., GA. This one is supposed to be from Richland or Barnwell
Dist.,SC. He may also be the son of Joseph Howell. If anyone has any information
that might help, please e-mail me. Thank you in advance. I have ben looking
for ten years and your help would be greatly appreciated.
1 April 2001
||J. Howell Pitts
|I am researching George William Hoyt, born April 28, 1844, died August
8, 1898. He married Susan Brazell, from Richland County, SC. Her parents
were John Gandy Brazell(born ABT 1822) and Mary Roberts Roberts(born ABT
1823). On George's tombstone it says, "11TH WVA Infantry. Was he from West
Virginia? Seek info about them and George Hoyt's parents. Were
they Smith and Susan Hoyt, from WVA? George and Susan Hoyt removed to Kemper
County, MS. 24Feb2000
||B. Hoyt Jones
|I am trying to verify the identity of my great-grandfather's parents.
His name was Thomas Bennie Hudson (b. 1886) who married Mary Sue Tomlinson
(b.1893). Their son was my grandfather, Lee Thomas Hudson, (b. 1912). In
the 1900 Census, Thomas was listed as child of George W. Hudson and wife,
Anita (b. 1878) with siblings Eva P. (b. 1882) and brother, Murray (b. 1887).
Anita was too young to be their natural mother and Thomas' mother was supposed
to have been Cherokee. He claimed he never knew his mother. There is a George
W. Hudson listed in the 1880 Census with wife, E. Levinia. They have other
children listed. Their youngest child listed in 1880 was Mary G. Hudson (less
than a year-old). In my great-grandfather's obituary he was survived
by sister Eva Hancock of Rock Hill, SC; brother Murray of Flint, Michigan;
and sister Mary Newton of Waynesboro, GA. We did not know he had a sister
named Mary. I believe Mary may be the link to connecting these two families
together. I would welcome any information.
web site. 8 May 2000
||J. Hudson Taylor
||Camden Archives in Camden, SC, show two of my relatives buried at Beulah
UMC in Richland Co., SC as follows: John W. Hudson b. 29 Sept 1836, d. 9
Oct 1924; Catherine Webb Hudson (Katherine?) b. 23 May 1842, d. 12 Aug 1929.
I do not see Beulah UMC on your cemetery page; has the church disbanded or
changed names. Can you help me, please? Jan. 2004
|I need help on Huffman in GA and SC. I have an John Huffman b 1818 SC
m Mary b 1828 SC. He is living in Richland Co, SC in 1850. In 1860 he is
living in Coweta Co, GA and in 1870 he was in Macon Co, Ga with his family.
Malissa Huffman b 1851 SC
Joseph S. Huffman b 1856 SC
Irwin Cicero Huffman b 1861-62 GA, married Martha (Mattie) Ida
Kleckley b 1865 GA
Children: Blanche b 1884, Alton b 1886, Sallie L b 1888, Morgan b 1890, Charlie
b 1893, Martha Pearl b 1895, Louisa b 1899, Edith b 1902, John b 1905, Jewel
b 1905, Romie b 1907, Joseph S. b ?1856, Ella b 1872, Minnie L b 1893, Vera
b 1895, Ruby b 1897, Twins b 1898 (boy & girl)
Hannah L. Huffman b 1866 GA
A Henry and Rebecca both b 1787 in SC may be his parents. Any help in
establishing this lineage will be appreciated. 17APR2000
||I am researching the HUGG family of Richland co. Stephan Hugg
Died there in 1836 leaving a will. Son William J. Hugg lived there with his
family until 1851, then moved to Georgia. I am inerested in any info. I can
get on this family & its origins in America. William J. Hugg married
to Martha Carroll, daughter of Joseph Carroll
(11/5/98 9:13:18 PM)
||William Huggins born in 1754VA, died in Richland Co in 1821.
Does anyone know his children and grandchildren? He served in RW, 1st SC
Regiment, wounded and disabled when a cannon fell on him. He petitioned the
SC legislature and drew a pension, after his death it was extended for his
wife, Nancy, who d. 1840. There were at least 10 children. Only 2 children's
names are known - Henry and George. I believe he had a son named Daniel,
possibly daughter named Polly. Was Daniel Huggins father of Benjamin Huggins
who was in Alabama, Mississippi Territory, in 1820? William Huggins
had 4 brothers: John the oldest, Andrew, James, and Robert. Andrew and James
were killed in RW, John, also a RW veteran moved to TN around 1810.
(4/20/98 9:42:24 PM)
||Seeking information about the family of Goodman Hughes b.
1755 d. 1819, Richland County, S.C. married unknown? His family includes
: Mary Hughes m. 1816, William Tomlinson, Richland County S.C. ; Abram Hughes
b. 1786 Fairfield Co., S.C. d. Pike Co., MS., m. Sarah unknown? ; Isaac Hughes
b. 1790 Fairfield Co., S.C. d. 1840 Richland Co., S.C. m. Polly Smith ; William
F. Hughes b. 1792 Fairfield Co., S.C. d. ?, m. 20 Oct. 1836 Noxubee Co.,
MS., Elizabeth Culbertson ; Joseph D. Hughes b. 1795 Fairfield Co., S.C.
d. 16 Oct. 1863 Columbus, GA. m. Deliah Chapman; James C. Hughes b. 1795
Fairfield Co., S.C. d. Pike Co., MS., m. Amidilla; Thomas Jefferson Hughes
b. 1802 Fairfield Co., S.C., d. 1842 Pike Co., MS. The above was given
to me by another source and I cannot confirm the data. However, I do know
that Abram and James C. Hughes moved to Pike Co. MS and was there by 1820
according to the 1820 census, raised their families, and remained there at
least through the 1860 census. From what I understand the courthouse in Pike
Co., MS. burned down and all records were lost. According to the 1850 Pike
Co., MS. census, James C. Hughes and Amedellas family included; James
M. Hughes, Angeline, Elizabeth A., Amanda A., Leroy J., John A., and Sarah
A Hughes. All of the children were born in MS. Abram Hughes and
Sarahs family included; Sarah, Minerva, Marthey, Endsley, Jackson,
William and Emely. All were born in MS. with the exception of Sarah and she
was born in S.C. Any information about any of the above people would
be greatly appreciated. Thanks. 11 Oct. 2000
||Seeking information on family of Christina HUNNICUTT, b. ca
1766 in Richland Co., SC., and d. ca. 1856 near Winnsboro SC. She married
Samuel Jackson.They lived in Richland Co., had son named Samuel Jackson who
married Elizabeth Miller. Any help deeply appreciated.
(1/25/98 1:09:18 PM)
||About 1800, five Hunter brothers or cousins moved from Richland
County, South Carolina, to Robertson, Montgomery, and Davidson County, Tennessee.
They were: 1) Dempsey Hunter (m. 1st ?, 2nd Katherine Faust), b. abt. 1745,
d. 1833 Montgomery County, Tennessee 2) Jacob Hunter (m. Mary/Polly), b.
1755, d. 1806 Davidson County, Tennessee 3) Thomas Hunter (m. Katherine?),
b. 1763 Halifax Co., NC, d. 1734, Robertson County, Tennessee 4) Allen Hunter
(m. Elizabeth Faust) b. abt. 1764, d. 1820, Montgomery County, Tennessee
5) David Hunter (m. Sarah Horn, 1803), b. 1775 d. 1861, Davidson County.
I have put together a website on what is known of these five
brothers/cousins. Please send comments/corrections.
(4/18/99 10:59:50 PM)
||Looking for information on South Carolina HUNTERS. My uncle's
records have Jacob HUNTER, a SC Revolutionary War Soldier, marrying Polly
(BRYANT or BOONE?) in Richland Co., South Carolina, in 1782. Their son, Manuel
HUNTER was born in 1787 (Sept.17) in Charleston, SC. They moved to Tennessee
before 1806. Any information on HUNTER appreciated.
(11/5/98 9:25:53 PM)
||Seeking information about the JACOB HUNTER who was listed
on the 1790 census in the District of Orangeburgh, Richland Co. Is he the
same Jacob who later moved to Davidson Co., TN and died there 1806? Who were
the parents of this Jacob in SC? (11/5/98 9:14:51
||I"m new at this,I"m looking for information on my uncle, I"m
told that he died in White Rock, SC In Oct. of 1997, his name is Alton Richard
Hurren, he was born in 1940 in Mich., any information will be greatley
appreciated. Thank You. (9/19/99 10:37:41 AM)
||Seek info on Thomas HUTCHINSON, died in Richland County in
1818, leaving wife Mary (possibly daughter of John COOK of Fairfield County,
and children Mary (Mrs. William) JUDGE, Rebecca (Mrs. Benjamin) DULANY, Thomas
(possibly married to a BOATWRIGHT), and Burrell Brown. Branches of the family
removed to GA, AL, and TX. Seek info on this family.
(9/19/99 10:33:57 AM)
|I am searching for information regarding my 2nd Great Grandfather. His
name is Reverend William J. Hutson. He was, as reported to me by a relative,
born in Richland Co. SC on September 16, 1819, and died November 10. 1890
in Charleston, SC. I have the names of his descendants, but cannot find his
ancestors. If you have any ideas or leads that would help me find his parents,
it would be greatly appreciated. 30 June 2004
|My gggrandfather is William J. Hutson, b. in Richland Co., 9/16/1816
and died 11/10/1870, in Charleston. His parents both died by the time he
was 9. At this point he was sent to Charleston, to live with an uncle.According
to his obituary he was a minister. I am interested in finding his parents.
His wife was Elizabeth J.(Steele?). I have a listing of their children. We
obtained this information from Census documents, SC Advocate, and St. James
Goose Creek records. Can you help? 30 June 2004