||I seek information regarding John Ladd Keefe (born: 2 August,
1882). He was married to Francis Cornelia McKennon [possibly McKinnon] (born:
12 March, 1886). They were in Bennettsville, Marlboro County, SC in late
1800's to early 1900's. They had six children: Zorabelle (Scrap), George,
Leo (Pete), Esther, Otis Ree (Tang) [my father], and John (Dude) Ladd, Jr.
They moved to Columbia, SC sometime before 1935. Any information, such as
date of marraige, parents' names, siblings, records, etc, would be helpful
and very greatly appreciated. (2/1/97)
||I am searching for information concerning Steven KEEFFE
(1849-1919). He and his wife are buried in the Elmwood Cemetery in Columbia.
His mother was Elizabeth (?). His father may have been William KEEFFE. If
he is indeed my ggrandfather, then his children were William Chandler (b.
1877), Mary (b. 1879), George M. (9/27/1880-6/30/1933), John Ladd
(8/22/1882-5/12/1942), Lela[r] V. (b. 1893), Lewis Mitchell (1896 or 1892),
Harris, and Horace. All his children spell the surname KEEFE. Any information
will be greatly appreciated. Thanks. (7/6/98 9:02:53
||In Richland County Probate Records: Arthur Keesee, along with
Isom and Elizabeth Joyner were executors for the will of Ebenzer Westcott
in 1796. I am looking for something that will tie the Keesee family, the
Joyner family and the Clingman family together. Any assistance on these families
will be appreciated. I am willing to share info.
(12/30/98 9:24:08 AM)
|I seek information on Alexander Kelly and Jane Kelly whose wills appear
in Richland Co. In particular I am looking for a son named Harvey Alexander
Kell(e)y. I would appreciate any information on these individuals. 10 Sept.
|I am searching for info on John Kelly, Frost Kelly, Hampton H Kelly.
John's will was probated 1851 in Fairfield County, SC. Hampton is mentioned
here as being 51 years old. John in mentioned as having fought in the
Revolutionary War. 16 Oct. 2000
|Am searching for Kelly(could have been misspelled Kelley) family of Richland
County. ggrandmother born there in 1831, death cert. states her father, James,
was also born there, married Polly Farmer from Kershaw County. they had at
least 3 children, but only have names of Nancy and John (Confederate veteran).
Nancy married John White. she died in columbia in 1918. any help appreciated.
17 June 2001
||W. R. Wilson
||Mary Thompson's will was written August 1818 according to Green Hy. Richland
Co., page 315. Her daughter also named Mary married John Killingsworth. I
am interested in corresponding with persons who have researched these families.
I am interested to know marriage date of the mother as well as her husbands
name. I especially would like information on marriage date for John Killingsworth
and daughter Mary Thompson. Thank you for your help.
2 August 2000
||M. Killingsworth Ryon
(12/30/98 9:20:34 AM)
|I looking for information on the Mary
Belton. Mary Belton is listed in the 1910 Richland
census as the sister of Curtis Jones which his name was also known as Kirk,
Kirkland and Kitt. Kirk was married to Julia Dobey/Doby. Kirk is
African-American and was born in 1858. Mary was born 1880 and Julia was born
in 1868. Please email me at email@example.com for any additional
||I am looking for Heinrich KLEINKAUF, a Hessian deserter in
the American Revolution. I know that he was captured in the Battle of Ft
Moltrie in 1780 and was reported as a deserter in June 1781 in the Carolina's.
From there he disapears into a black hole. I am checking the known German
settlements in the general location and Richland County was suggested to
me. Do you have anything on him? Thank you for looking.
(8/22/99 7:04:38 PM)
||Looking for any information on Hans Casper Kuhn who was supposed
to have died in Richland County. I am a direct descendent from Lewis Kuhn
(Coon) branch that migrated to Mississippi. (4/20/98