||I am seeking information on the parents of John Allen Jackson
and Easter Jackson his wife. Johns DOB is aug 23 1837. Easter was born sometime
in 1835. They left for Newnansville Fl in about1860, where John enlisted
in the CSA 1st Florida Cav. Comp G. He is my g g grandfather. Both may be
Native Amer Indian. Possible Creek or Cherokee.
(11/3/99 8:31:04 PM)
||Robert E. Jackson SR
Please send a valid Email address
|Back in 1999 and 2001 a Robert Jackson SR requested info on a John Allen
Jackson. This is my great grandfather. He is buried in Spruce Creek, Cemetary,
Port Orange, Fl. Mr Jackson,s ISP is no good, or has been Changed. I would
like for him to contact me if poosible, being we are distant cousins. Dec.
||David B. Jackson
||Seeking info on family of Samuel JACKSON, born in Richland
Co, SC Dec 29, 1804. He married Elizabeth Hollis Miller Abt Oct 28, 1828.
He is buried in Zion Presbyterian Cemetery in Winnsboro. His father was,
I believe, also a Samuel Jackson of Richland Co. Any information would be
||JACKSON, Samuel b. Dec 29, 1804 Richland Co., d. Sept 11,
1869. Son of Samuel JACKSON, Sr., and Christina HUNNICUTT. He married Elizabeth
Hollis MILLER Oct 28, 1828. They lived in Winnsboro SC. Seeking information
on this family and forebears. Any help will be much appreciated.
||Seeking information on the family of JAMES JACKSON, sons William
James,Thomas James, John James, Joel James, from the Hopkins area of Richland
County (1/25/98 1:11:00 PM)
|I am searching for parents of Rebecca Jackson who married William Rives
(1767-1804) Perhaps she is dtr of one of the Old 96 District
Jacksons. 14 June 2000
|My father Edward B. Cook 's (Lake Forest, IL) mother was Viola Jackson
(b. late 1897- erly 1900's in Columbia). Possibly an only child. Viola's
father (Jackson) was very
dark (Geechie) from one of the islands off the coast of SC...Viola's
mother was possibly Cherokee...Viola married Simon Devine Cook (TN) and moved
to IL.. Unfortunately, Viola tried to jump out of a moving car when my father
was 3mos. old and was put into a mental institute for schizophrenia around
1927. Any connection is appreciated. 21 May 2001 (link
above to the Gypsy web site)
|Mr. John A. Jackson born in Richland County South Carolina on 23 August
1837. John eventually moved to Florida in the early 1850s but I suspect
he is related in some way to the Jackson family you listed under "early
settlers". I just don't know who his parents or any siblings are since I'm
told they didn't keep official birth records during the 1830s when
he was born. 30 Sept. 2001
||Looking for info (from History of Richland County books, or other resurces)
relating to the family of, or descendants of William JANEWAY and Ann JACKSON
of Richland County SC in mid to later 1700s. August 2010
|Jackson Creek Baptist Church
||(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 the JACOBS family and their
son Pratt Hunter JACOBS. In the book, "Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines, World
War, 1917-1918," this is stated: JACOBS, Pratt H... born Columbia, SC, 21
years... Private June 24, 1916... killed in action Sept. 24, 1918, notified
Hattie Jacobs, wife, Union, SC. Any help will be appreciated. Thanks.
||Seek info on Wesley D. and Sarah B (-?-) JACOBS and family.
According to the 1900 census of Columbia Township, Richland Co., SC, Wesley
was born in Dec 1859 SC and Sarah was born in May 1867 SC. They were the
parents of ten children all born in SC, nine of whom were listed with them
as follows: Mattie, b. Jan 1883; Ida, b. Sep 1885; James, b. Jan 1887; Viola,
b. Jul 1889; Nettie, b. Jan 1891; Albert H., b. May 1892; Preston, b. Sep
1893; Addie, b. Sep 1896; and Pratt H., b. Sep 1898. By the 1910 census,
same township and county, two additional JACOBS children had been born in
SC: Reather, b. abt. 1902 and Alberta, b. abt. 1907. Wesley was widowed by
1910. (8/9/98 11:29:33
||B. L. Stanford
||I am searching for my grandfather's lineage and his name is
Charles Emilio Jacobs. He was born approximately around 1908-09 in Columbia,
South Carolina (Richland County). He would have been considered "colored"
and also has a strong Cherokee influence in the bloodline. I have done some
research on this website and found some slave names that were property of
Robert Adams and Richard Singleton plantation owners. I am not sure if the
following names are descendants however if anyone has information on these
people or the plantation owner that would help: Andrew Jacobs born
1830, John Jacobs born 1825 (Live Oak Plantation), Moses Jacobs born 1825,
Norah Jacobs born 1810, Hampton Jacobs born 1827, Bina Jacobs born 1849,
and David Jacobs born 1853 (Richard Singleton). In addition, I have
been unsuccessful in finding records and any relations to this line of Jacobs.
I have read on this website that there seems to be many large family's with
the Jacobs name who may be caucasian. Is it possible that some of these families
may have had slaves that have taken the slave owners name? or a Cherokee
lineage that someone may know about in Richland County. I don't have
much information since our family didn't keep records and I haven't had the
opportunity to meet my grandfather. Any help would be greatly appreciated..
1999 - 20 June 2005
Emilio Jacobs III
|Looking for information on any Jeffers during the period of 1740-1780.
Also information on Allen, Berry, Osborne who served in Revolunary War.
18 Feb. 2001
||D. Jeffers Stevens
|I would like information on the Jeffers Family of Richland County, SC.
My great-great grandfather and his wife Carolina lived there in 1830 when
their son Warren was born. They were in Yazoo County,MS in 1850. I would
appreciate any information anyone might have on them. 21 May 2001
||E. Jeffers Mausehardt
|Seek info on family of Nancy JENKINS, b. c1845, married c1865
John Thomas FEE in Fairfield Co., SC. They are both buried in Elmwood Cemetery
in Columbia, SC. They moved back and forth from Columbia to Fairfield Co.
Need her parents, grandparents, etc. Her children: John T., Jr. b.1866/
Dorcas b. 1869/ William J. b. 1871/ Nancy C. b. 1872/ Mary E. b. 1874/ Martha
Mae b. 1874/ Jessie Isabella b. 1880/ Arminda C. b. ?/ and Dorothy b. ? John
Thomas Fee is buried in Elmwood Cemetery in Columbia SC. Nancy JENKINS
may have been born in Fairfield Co., SC. 13 Jan. 2000
||Looking for info on Wm. JOHNSON b. 1866 Hawkins Co. TN. Believed
to be living in Columbia 1924. Any info, please.
|I seek information re: my great grandparents. My great
grandmother was Sarah Johnson (Smith) who married Samuel Smith. After my
great grandfather died she had a private school somewhere in Richland County.
They had two living daughters, my grandmother Annie and her sister Marietta.
My great grandmother was of african american/native american/Caucasian descent
and believed to be a descendent of John C. Calhoun ( possibly from one of
his slaves).10 June 2000
|I am searching for my biological mother. Her name is Christine Johnson.
I was born in Miami, FL 11-12-1960. My birth name was Carolyn Johnson. I
was adopted in Columbia, SC Richland County. My bio-mothers last known
whereabouts was in New York where she was working as a telephone operator.
She was an in-patient at Bellevue Hospital in New York in 1961. My bio-father
was Thomas W. Powell and died in an automobile accident in 1964 in Fort Gordon,
GA. I am searching for Christine on behalf of my Mother's request. She loved
Christine very much. Mother is now 82 y/o and wants desperately to know what
happened to Christine. 24 Sept. 00
|I'm seeking information on Jonathan Johnson listed in the 1850
S.C. Census in District 59. I'm looking for Jonathan Johnson that was
born in South Carolina in 1819. 1 April 2001
|I am searching for the parents of Aaron (Aron) JOHNSON. He lived in the
Bear Creek area on the Fairfield/Richland Co. line. He was born 28 June 1779
in S.C. and died 7 January 1853 in Muscogee Co., Ga. He married Margaret
Wilson, the daughter of James WILSON of Fairfield Co., S.C. before 1800.
Their son, Frederick JOHN- SON, was born in Newberry Co. c.1800. according
to his obituary. He died in Hale (was Perry) Co., Al. About 1840 Aaron and
some of his family moved to Muscogee Co., Ga. It is believed that a possible
brother could be William JOHNSON (c.1782- 1858). He married Rosa Wilson,
a cousin of Margaret WILSON. He is buried in the Johnson Family Cemetery,
Bear Creek Sec., Richland Co., S.C. 21 May 2001
|I seek information about descendants of my great uncle William Howard
Johnson, who was employed by the COLUMBIA RECORD as mailroom supervisor from
1897 until his demise in the 1920-1930 years; he might have been classified
as Negro, Black or Mulatto, but he lived at 1424 Oak St. in Columbia, was
active in a Presbyterian church, was interred in Randolph Cemetery (after
dying in Good Samaritan Hospital), and was survived by a wife, a daughter,
and two grandchildren (names unknown). The Rev. A. J. Rome presided at his
funeral. 13 March 2009
||Richard A. Rhoden, Sr.
|I am searching for any info about and the relatives of John B Johnson
and wife Della who raised/adopted my grandfather James Robinson, born app.
1896; lived on Williams Street (alley) in Columbia City in Richland County
according to the 1920 census. James Robinson married Nancy Madison
of Fairfield County in 1917 in Richland County. Two sons were born there
James Jr and Theodore before they moved to Pennsylvania. 23 May 2008
||Am seeking information on: MATTHEW JONES (d. circa 1820) (m.
BRIDGET HEATH; both of Richland County. Their children were: (unknown) Daughter;
ETHEL (m. Catherine Beasley Higgins); NATHAN; and MATTHEW.
(11/28/97 9:29:30 AM)
||I searching for information about a JOHN ED JONES who was
living in Colombia, in Richland Co. S.C. around 1979. His sister was my great
grandmother. I need to know their parents names, and anything else someone
might know about them. (11/5/98 9:08:30
||My father was Russell Jones who died on 11/06/93 in Columbia.
My mother was Mary Alice Jones and she passed away on 9/7/95 in Columbia
also. My fathers birthdate was 6/30/1930 and he was born in Fairfax VA. My
mother was born in Lockport NY on May 12, 1939. I am new to this and would
appreciate any help anyone might provide. (3/14/99
|I am trying to get the marriage license of my uncle. His name is Nathaniel
G. Jones. He was a POW in Korea and died there in 1951. He was married to
"Aunt Billie". They lived in Columbia, Richland County prior to his shipment
overseas. Can you give me the address to where I could attain the license.
His service records were destoryed in the St Louis fire of 1973. June 2005
||John R Jones
||I am looking for info. about my great-grandmother,Heneritta
Eloise Jones-Ball. I have been told that she had a brother living in Columbia
as late as 1979. His name wasJohn Ed Jones. If anyone can tell me anything
about the Jones it would be great. (11/5/98 9:20:11
|My uncle (Nathaniel Jones)(Born in Philadelphia) died in the Korean War
in 1950. He had married a South Carolina girl named Billie (Maiden name unknown).
They lived in Richland County when he died. We lost tract of her and would
like to find her. They had no children. 16 Dec. 2000
|Looking for information reguarding Wiley A Jones,( born Columbia SC.
1804, his wife Rebecca M. Desaker (born Richland District 1817) her parents
James Benjamin Desaker and Martha Rebecca Freeman .... Wiley A's father and
mother, James Edward Jones, (who came to SC in 1798 from Paris France at
14years old ) and married Sarah E Jones (in 1802)(born 1786 near Richman
Va.)daughter of John H. Jones any thing on any of these people would be very
helpfull... 20 June 2001
|Am trying to find a marriage in Richland County SC for a William Colona
Jones to ? it would have taken place between 6-1898 to 1-1900...William was
in the Military serving in Columbia and is believed to have gotten married
there before returning to Tennessee..... can anyone do a marriage lookup
|My grandfather, Willie Lowrance Jones, born in Hopkins, SC, of Cherokee
descent, around 1890, one of eight siblings. Father: Chas Jones Mother:
Francis Jones. He joined the Navy in l907, served in WW1, died in 1937
in Jackson, Wyoming. My father, Charles William Jones, was the only child
of him and Lesa O. 27 Sept. 2003
|I am looking for Wiley Jones's family burial cemetery. Wiley Jones is
in the 1830 census living in Richland Co. married to Eliza Roberts. Jan.
|I am looking for others researching the JOYNER (JOINER) surname in Richland
Co., SC. Specifically, I am interested in Joseph JOYNER who was granted 300
acres of land in 1749 at the junction of the Wateree and Congaree Rivers
in SC; John JOYNER/JOINER is his probable son. John migrated to Louisiana
where he died ca 1830. John served in the SC Militia during the Revolutionary
War. John JOYNER/JOINER's daughter, Susannah, married Nathan Simeon RAWLINSON
in 1825 in Amite Co., MS. The RAWLINSON family is also from Richland County.
||E. Randall English
|Searching for CSA vet Paul Hamilton JOYNER, born 1844. He m. Marie HOGAN
and survived the War, but his whereabouts after the war is unknown. His father
was Robert JOYNER b. 1808 SC who m. Elizabeth C BAUGHMAN b. 1811 SC. His
siblings included Raiford L JOYNER b. 1841, Francis A Belton JOYNER b. 1845
(CSA veteran), and Sarah Elizabeth JOYNER b. 1849. He and family moved to
Early Co. GA, but by 1880, he is listed in the Richland co SC census as a
Hotel Keeper, with 3 of his children , 5 grandchildren, a daughter in lawl,
and a niece, living with him in the hotel. All the other children have been
accounted for in GA, but Paul Hamilton JOYNER cannot be found. Any leads
will be appreciated. 19 April 2002.
Paul Hamilton Joyner [1844 - 1892] died and was said by the newspaper buried
at the Catholic Cem. His service was at St Peters on Assembly. Is there a
cemetery there, where I might find his grave and that of his wife#1 Marie
Hogan, and #2 Aileen Miller? He had an adopted son born c 1881. 18 July 2007
|J. W. BAUGHMAN
||My great great uncle Robert Joyner built a hotel after the war about
1870 or later, in Columbia SC, and named it National Hotel. It was referred
to as the Old National Hotel in 1908 in an obit of his daughter, S. E. Badger,
who died in Blakely GA. I am sure it was torn down long ago, but would like
to know where it was. Can someone help? Oct. 2007.
||J. W. Baughman
|JUSTICE Appreciate any information about David Justice , b. c. 1768 and
was in the 1790 through 1830 Richland Co., SC Census records. His wife was
probably Agnes. Known children are: David B., Sarah Rebecca and William W.
http://gvtc.com/~ncooper/ 19 APR
||I seek the cemetery where Kathryn Justice is buried, born
7-11-1926,died 5-11-1937. I was born 9 years later and I am her half brother.
Our father died in 1949 and my mother remarried and now all that knew where
she was buried are lost. I can't be sure if there is a marker or not. I only
know she died in Columbia in some hospital or convalesant home. She was severely
crippled and afflicted with some type of brain disease. I believe she was
buried in Richland Co., although she could have been buried in Spartanburg
or Una (the cities).10 Sept. 2000