|Need info on a family cemetery/surname MABON in ? Edgehill,Columbia,S.C.
27 Sept. 2003
|Old Macedonia Church Cemetery
||Hi, I was reveiwing the cemetery listing and noticed on the Old Macedonia
Church Cemetery was moved from Fort Jackson in 1959. It is believed that
I have ancestors that is buried in this cemetary. Do you know where the cemetary
was moved to and how I can obtain information on the graves at this location?
I would greatly appreciate your time in responding. I look forward to hearing
from you soon. 7 Sept. 2004
||Any information on John Richard McIntosh, (son of John Stewart MacIntosh)
married to Anna T. Mahoney in Columbia, RC, S.C., parents of Redmond Joseph
MacIntosh. 29 March 2007
||Seek info on GF, Benjamin Mack, married Daisy Mae Kennedy.
Son, Robert Lee Mack born 18 Dec.1919 in Columbia S.C. He left Richland County
c1930's and came to New York State where he remained. He stated that his
father, Benjamin Mack came to Richland County from Florida.
(4/20/98 9:48:26 PM)
|Seek info on MACK family in Richland County in the 1700's. I have a copy
of a will for a "CONROD MACK", dated 1796, and think this "Might" be the
link I was looking for. Most of my Macks come from Orangeburg County, and
I can prove back to John Mack, but cannot go any further. I honestly think
this may be a Mack of mine, and wondered if you had ANY info on the Mack
family in Richland County in the 1700's. As a matter of interest, the other
names mentioned in his will are: Isaac Clark and Dr. Robert Knox, (as
Executors..) and Samuel Thompson as witness. Several Macks (John Mack, Lewis
Mack and "Half-Sister" Yeuly Mack) mentioned in the will. 17 Feb. 2001
||Seek info on g-g-g-f, Charles John Manning, born 1808 in Richland,
SC, married Mary Elizabeth Harris who was born 1809 in Richland Co, SC. Children:
JOHN BARLOW born 1841 married Mary P. Brent, Green married Eliza Landrethd
Carolin BORN 1837, Charles W, born 1839, Delitha born 1843, Brown born 1847
married Emma Chapman, Mack born 1850 married his cousin Nancy Ann Hall, Dalachi
born 1847. Most of these children were born in SC, all lived in Richland
Co., some moved to Hot Springs Co, Ark. (3/9/98
|Seek an obit for Kenneth Carl "Ken" Marlow died: March 15, 1996 in Columbia,
Richland, SC. (according to SSDI). 26 Sept. 2003
|Looking for a Marsh family. Mary Lillian Marsh was born in Culumbia
I think in 1858, parents unknown. Father killed in war. 7 Nov. 2002
|Seek info on John Marshall, will dated 1 Dec 1800, he was born
in Lincolnshire, England c1730. Children: Sarah Marshall Bigbea, Martin Marshall,
and William Marshall, born in Lincolnshire in 1752 and immigrated to America
with his Father "at an early age". Settled in "Richland District, SC" near
Columbia. Info states John owned 1000 acres in Richland County, a grist mill
and supplied meal for the Revolutionary Army. 16 Janary 2000
||John Wesley MARTHERS b. 1/23/1873 (place unknown) d. 1/17/1948
(buried Pine View Baptist Church Cemetery, Blythwood, SC). He may have been
Cherokee. He married (1) Minnie DOVE abt. 1898. She was b. 9/4/1881 (place
unknown) d. 11/24/1913 (buried Lebanon Presbyterian Church Cemetery, near
Winnsboro, SC?). Children: Maggie 1/23/1898-3/24/1920; Eliza Louise
4/16/1902-12/8/1967; Marie 4/20/1905-6/11/1931; Melvin; James died as infant.
John married (2) Eugenia ? abt. 1914. She is also buried in the Pine View
Baptist Church Cemetery. John married a third time to unknown. However, it
was passed down that he murdered her in a jealous rage but he was never
convicted. The children were born between Fairfield or Richland Counties.
|Seek parents, siblings, ancestors, regarding SABRA "SALLY" MARTIN (b.c1788
in Georgia and lived in Richland Co., SC). Sabra married abt. 1807 BYRANT
WELCH, son of MARY STEWART and RICHARD WELCH, and the family moved to
Mississippi. Their children were: Martin, Elizabeth, James, Susan, John Ira,
Timothy, Mercy "Massie", Judith, Cynthia, Tabita, and Desdemona WELCH. Judith
WELCH married DRURY BYNUM, probably also from Richland County, and she and
Drury lived and died in Mississippi so far as we know.Thanks for any help
you can offer on SABRA MARTIN. 19 Dec. 1999
||Seek info on ancestry of Daniel Joseph Martin, appears in
the household with his mother Luvenia Hodges Martin on the 1850 census of
Richland County. Apparently his father Daniel James Martin was deceased by
that time. Daniel Joseph eventually lived out his life in Wilcox County,
Alabama after the Civil War. I don't know why or when he left Richland County.
(11/5/98 9:11:48 PM)
||Seek info on William Noah Martin b July 19,1839 d April
10, 1913. Born and buried in Lexington Cty. After Civil War settled in Richland
Cty. Had house near Silver Springs swimming hole? Was present at battle when
Lee surrendered. Planning a trip to the area and would like to talk to relatives.
William N. was my gg grandfather. Any information is appreciated, just beginning
my search using information from my great aunt.
(5/21/99 10:59:13 PM)
||Seek info on the ancestry of William MARTIN (1813-1887) and
Eliz. Cobb MARTIN (1825-1911) (parents of: Halkard Asbury Martin, m. Charlotte
Eliz. Harrison). Possibly Joel Martin (1793)/Sarah Gill and Thomas Cobb/Mary
Van Dora Cole?? (11/11/96)
||Query for friend, LINDA HAIRSTON HAMPTON, who seeks a lost
relative - HARRY MARTIN, supposedly from the Columbia, SC area. He would
likely have been born in the 1920's & be in his mid-70's now. He worked
in the Eden (then Leaksville), NC area around 1952 as a Brick Mason helping
w/the construction of the local high school. He is believed to have been
married prior to working in NC in 1952 but lived alone in a boarding house
as part of a traveling construction crew.
(3/14/99 5:39:31 PM)
|Seek info on following families in old Fairfield District,
Richland County, SC: John J. Ross m. Tibatha (or Telitha). James J. Ross
m. Eliza Miles; Robert Jacob (Jessie) Ross (b.3/1844;d.1909;m. Martha Jane
Medlin (b.8/1856;d.6/16/1916) 1/20/1871; Susannah Eliza Ross
(b.10/14/1874;d.11/28/1939)m.William Henry Martin abt.1906; Simon Martin
m. Nancy Goins; James Henry Martin (b.6/7/1849; d.2/24/1930;) m. Christina
C. Marsh (b.1/10/1850;d.7/23/1906)1867.
|Seek info from Fairfield District, Richland County, SC
probably in the late 1700's to early 1900's. GF was William Henry Martin
m. Susannah Eliza Ross (Steiner) in early 1900's. Both are buried at Jackson
Creek Baptist Church Cemetery. Have "Ross" geneology, seek "Martin"
line. I think his father was "J.W. Martin" and Christina C. Marsh but nfi.
||Faye M. Killian
|I have relatives that was born and died in Richland county, Births were
in the 1800's and most deaths were in the 1900's. I have Spears Creek, Midway
Medodist, and Alpine. Can you please help me with the others. Some will be
in the Poniact (sp) area. Any help would be greatly appreciated. May God
Bless You. 11 Oct. 2000
|I am looking for additional information on Ben Franklin MARTIN born about
1882 married to Mattie Beulah ODOM born about 1892. Found on the 1930 SC
Census in Richland County - Columbia Township. Household was: Ernest
L ; Etta M ; Eva F  my mother-in-law married a William
Henry JASPER; Katie L ; Ben F, Jr . Any information anyone
has and is willing to share is greatly appreciated. I have some information
on the MARTIN / JASPER. 26 Sept. 2003
||I am researching my father's family. His name was William Park Mathews,
and his father was also William Park Mathews. The elder was married to Mary
Brown and my father was born 31 Mar. 1914. I know that his mother was born
in Agricola, Glascock Co. GA, but don't know the year. Evidently, my father's
parents were divorced very unpleasantly, because there is no family record
of any kind on Mathews, Sr. The closest I have come to valid information
is the 1920 census, where a family group consisting of Mary Brown Mathews
and William P. Mathews and thier son, William, Jr., age 6, was found. The
record lists my grandfather as the proprietor of a metal trimming shop in
Columbia, and my grandmother as a bookkeeper at another firm. My father passed
in 1981 and my mother in 1993, and as far as I know, there are no siblings
of my father to contact. Is there hope????
8 August 2002
||Mary Mathews Sanchez
||Mary MCALLISTER m. William HEYSINGER 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. Mary MCALLISTER was the daughter of Christopher and
Mary (Moffit/Maffit) McAllister. Christopher and Mary were married in
Philadelphia in 1855. They appear on the 1860 census in Columbia, SC. A notation
in the address book of Mary (McAllister) Heysinger indicates Christopher
and Mary plus "two brothers" are buried in Elmwood Cemetery in Columbia.
Searching for any information on the McAllister family. Was Christopher
McAllister a Confederate soldier?
|I'm looking for info on the Michael and Jane McCarty. They were located
in the Richland C. area in 1735. I don't know if they were husband/wife,
brother/sister, of brother and sister - in - laws. Also serching for Raifords
in this same area. Caroline Raiford, born ca 1820, married John McCarty ca
1840 In SC. Thanks for any help. 30 Sept. 2001
||Seek genealogical info and history of GF: William R. Mccomb
Sr., born 1850 in Ga. Family lived in Columbia most of their lives. Wife
was Mary Ellen Thomas McComb. Owned a grocery store in 1888 on West Gervais
St. Died in 1908, buried in Greenwood cemetery in Columbia.
|Looking for any information on MAURICE MCGOVERN. b. Sept 1886 NYC
d. Sept 1974 Columbia, Richland Co, SC. My gf , Edward V. McGovern
was born 1894 in NYC. Family notes say he had a brother Maurice, John and
unknown. While searching the ssdi, I found the above person, who could be
my McGovern ancestor. Please send any info on him or help me locate an obituary,
please send email.. 8 August 2001
||Seek father of John MacDonald; two of his children (from wife
Sarah) are named: Thomas Williams MacDonald, b.1840 Moses Eugene MacDonald
(12/30/98 9:38:06 AM)
||Looking for Matthew McDonald who lived in Columbia and joined
the Union army during the Civil War. After the Civil War, he fought in the
Indian Wars serving with Custer. Remained in Columbia in his later years.
(11/5/98 9:18:13 PM)
||I wonder if you have any records on Jesse Tillman McDonald? He
was my grandfather-married to Emily Jane Ross--daughter of James Huriah Ross.
My mother is Elise Erline McDonald (married Homer Adkins) her brother is
Ernest Tillman McDonald and her Sister was Sally Viola McDonald (married
Frank Hagood of Blythewood). I believe his father might have been John and
mother Sally but am not sure. He retired from the RR. When he died his residence
was at 8328 Parkland rd. Columbia, where the Sears Service Center is now.
They lived in between Ralph Cooper and His sons Ralph Jr and Tommy. There
have been some family stories that he may have been raised by the Shannon
Family of Dentsville (not sure why) and related to the Nates Family but I
am not sure. July 2006
||Linda Sue Adkins Frye
I'm looking for information on Dr. Michael McGarity, thought to be buried
in or near Columbia, SC. I do not have his birthdate, but I am guessing that
he was born in the 1780's. He may have been married to a woman named Sarah,
born March 19, 1787, died August 14, 1868. Some of their children migrated
to TX. Children were: Martha R. McGarity, Franklin Williamson McGarity, James
Harvey McGarity, Mary Laura McGarity, William McGarity, and Michael Tice
McGarity. One of these descendants was connected to the
Boaz family in Arkansas, then Texas, but I don't
know which one. I have the family bible passed down through the Boaz family,
but surviving family members do not know whose line it came to us through.
Any information will be greatly appreciated. 23 May 2000
|Florence Anabel McGregor b. 28 Oct 1889 Stewart Co., TN. Parents Florence
Rossetter and Daniel McGregor. She married Grover Cleveland Holstein
15 Jul 1915 in SC. She died 10 Feb 1986 in Columbia, Richland Co.,
SC. Looking for descendants of my Rossetter family.
15 March 2001
|I am researching my husband's g-grandmother Lillie McGregor nee Bollin,.
b.1848, d. 1933. Her address in Columbia was 1790 Senate St. She was a member
of St. Peter's Catholic Church. If you can provide any information on either
the McGregor or Bollin family, I would be most appreciative. 20 Nov.
||Searching for information about Ella Virginia McKenna married
William Pincknet Blume. Family information handed down is that she came from
Columbia. DOB 1/7/1861 Died 2/17/1926
(11/3/99 8:25:32 PM)
||I am searching for information on Frederick and Sophia McLaughlin
who were born in Richland County around 1813-1815. Frederick's parents were
John and Mary I think. Need information on them also.Frederick had seven
children. I am researching my family tree and would appreciate any help.
(11/3/99 8:33:55 PM)(Email address updated
|I continually hunt for information on the McLarrins. My first information
was that Hugh McLarrin came to America from Scotland as a boy with his parents.
They landed in Charleston and stayed someplace in SC until Hugh married.
I found his son Duncan in Tennessee in the 1850 census. 12Feb2000
||Seek info on ancestors of McLemore and Wyche families
of Virginia settled Richland County c1775. Captain Joel McLemore(Amer. Rev.)
born in VA c1750 married c1774 Elizabeth Wyche born VA c1755. John and Elizabeth
died in Richland County 1794. Have line from SC to GA. Where are
they buried and does Joel McLemore have Amer Rev soldier's marker on
his grave? Had son Major John McLemore (RS?) born SC 1775 (Richland
Co.?) died in 1836, married Crissy (Crise) Clifton in SC sometime <1797,
she mentioned in will of her father William Clifton, Chester Co., SC 1803.
(11/5/98 9:07:43 PM)
||I am seeking information on a Hezekiah McLemore who is supposed to have
died in 1818 in Richland County SC, according to a well respected and published
McLemore genealogist, the late Rudy Leverett. He may not have been closely
related (though likely related in some way) to Joel McLemore (d. 1795) and
his son Maj. John McLemore, far better known Richland County McLemores. Looking
for confirmation of his death here, names of heirs, any other info. Dec.
||James L. McLemore, III
|Am looking for details of James Samuel McMahon, and family. He was married
in Columbia in 1864. He was reportedly a Capt. in the Richland Rifles. He
died 26 Dec., 1870 and was burried somewhere in the Columbia area. This
information was passed along to me as being factual and am trying to obtain
addn'l data. 20 June 2001
||Seek info on ARTHUR MCMANUS &ALICE FIDELIA ELLINGER MCMANUS.
Children: JOHN LUTHER LEROY MCMANUS & FRANK LESLIE MCMANUS. Resided 1910
at 617 Richland in Columbia, 1921 Alice resided at 1401 Cherokee in Columbia
after she and Arthur split up. Alice was a nurse by profession. Arthur had
worked at Columbia Lumber and Mill Co. (3/14/99
||Seek family of Amos A McManus b Mar 1879 and (poss 2nd) wife,
?Nell b 1893. 1910 Richland Co., SC Soundex ,no children but with his brother,
Samuel McManus b1881 residing in the hh. These brothers were sons of Mackaster
and Laura (Belk) McManus of Lancaster and Kershaw Cos, SC I have the ancestry
of Amos and Samuel and will share any info available.
||Malcolm McNeil arrived (Charleston?) c1773-74, from Isle of
Barra, Scotland. Revolutionary War, married, and settled near Columbia, S.C.,
raised 5 children. Died near Columbia? Malcolm's name not on any ship
manifest located. 8/22/99
|I am researching my family history, and I found that my 3rd great
grandfather, John Samual McNure, was buried in St. Marks Lutheran Church
Cemetery in Richland County, SC around the late 1800s. Unfortunately I did
not see his name on any of the selected tombstones. I would greatly appreciate
any information or contact information that you may be able to provide regarding
this church or my relative. 19 April 2002
||R.L. McNure Settles
|I am researching my McPherson family and I have traced the family to
Thomas McPherson (B:7-6-1766 D: 10-20-1857). I believe he is the Thomas McPherson
mentioned in the Martin's suit and the Peter Smith will. The entire family
has been in Richland County for at least 3 generations. Do you happen to
have any more information on Thomas McPherson? Thanks for your time.
8 August 2002
||K. R. Heape
|My query is to anyone with McPherson heritage in Richland County. Am
trying to locate information on Thomas McPherson, born 7-6-1766. Any info
would be helpful. Also trying to link my gg grandmother, Sarah McPherson
with him if that is the case. Don't know for sure. 7 Nov. 2002
||Seek info on descendants of Joel MEDLIN, Sr. (1748-1802) of
Moore County, NC. Joel MEDLIN, Jr. listed in 1800 census of Darlington County,
SC and in 1810 census of Marion County, SC . Joel MEDLIN III first listed
in 1830 census of Richland County, SC. His son Joel MEDLIN Jr. (Joel IV)
was an American soldier who died in 1847 in Mexico during the war there.
|I am looking for information on a James Medlin who married a
Elizabeth(Lizzie) Lovett. I don't have anything on them at all. I do have
the names of their children. I do know that some of them are buried at Spears
Creek Baptist Church in Columbia, SC. I have James being born as abt.1857
and Lizzie abt.1857. Children: Charlie b. 13 May 1883 d. 17 June 1933, Thurmond
b. 8 Aug. 1888 d. 23 dec. 1937, Logan b. 5 Jan. 1902 d. 8 Dec. 1959, Rena
b. 5 Sept. 1902 d. 8 Dec. 1982,Lilla b.d.?, Hattie b. 1894 d. 31 Mar. 1935,Melton
b. 10 Apr. 1896 d. 28 Oct. 1973, Cornelia b. 1885 d. 6 May 1922, Kate b.
1890. If any body can help me on this family I would very much appreciate
it. 2 Nov. 2000
|Does anyone have any information of Calvin Medlin who married Elizabeth
Lovett? I found out that when Calvin died that his brother James married
Elizabeth also and had some children by her also.If anyone has any information
on this family that could help me I would appreciate it very much. I don't
have any dates and I also don't know where they are buried at. V. Ellisor
11 Dec. 200
|Frederick William Meyer was a Col., married Mary Ridley Rives in 1814
in Richland by parson George Scott by candle light . Mary Ridley was daughter
of Green Rives (VA) and Mary Ridley Jones Rives (Charleston, born 1767
died 1843). Resided SC bought land AL after death of wife in 1835, died shortly
after in SC. Seek info on origins of Meyer. Germany? 10 Jan.
||E. Dunklin Smith Thomas
||Benjamin Franklin Meyer reported as born in Richland County
or District, SC 1825. Married Sarah Ann Goin born SC June 14, 1831. They
spent most of their lives in Florida. His father's name was Col Frederick
Meyer, and mother's name was Mary Ridley Rives, born 1798 and died in 1831.
I am interested in information re. the birth place and date for Col. Frederick
Meyer, and information regarding the parents of Col Meyer.
|Seeking Miles family of Richland 1810 census shows 1 family. Looking
for a John Miles born Aug.6, 1811 S.C. John Miles gives place of birth as
S.C. in the 1850 census of Appling Co., Ga. looking for parents of John Miles.
20 June 2001
|I read in a Columbia obituary from 1891 that James E. Miles of Columbia
was buried in White Church Cemetery about 15 miles from the city of Columbia.
Can you tell me about that cemetery please? He is our ancestor. 26 Sept.
|James Miles who died from a lightening strick in 1891, in Richland County.
He married and had a family and when these children were grown, he married
in later life having more children. The second wife was Emma Strickland.
In the 1880 Census they were living in Columbia. If he left a will, I can
find no reference to it. Have you knowledge of this family? 27 Sept. 2003
||A property transfer for 400 acres on the Wateree River, from a 1750 grant
to George Milhous Sr, then 1753 transfer to Robert Milhous to son John Milhous,
then 1758 John Milhous and wife Abigail to Samuel Milhous, then 1768 Samuel
Milhous to John Kershaw. I am interested in the transfer from John
Milhous and wife Abigail in 1758 to Samuel Milhous . I suspect that Samuel
was their son. I wonder if John and Abgail could have had a daughter, Elizabeth
Milhous, who was born early enough to have a son John Mickle, born in abt
1759. If John and Abigail had a son, Samuel, who was receiving land
in 1758, perhaps Samuel's sister, Elizabeth, could be delivering a child
by 1759. I believe that Abigail was born Abigail Sleigh. My deceased
wife, was descended from John Mickle of the Wateree River ferry Mickles and
his second wife, ELizabeth (Starke) Peay. Elizabeth Starke was widow of George
Peay when she married John Mickle (abt 1794 or 1795). I gather that her first
husband, Peay, was a patriot, and that Mickle was not involved in the Revolution
(perhaps then or once a Quaker). I suspect strongly that John Mickle
was son of Joseph Mickle and wife (likely Elizabeth Milhous, sister of Abgiail
Milhous who married a Maxwell). These two Milhous sisters were apparently
daughters of John Milhous and Abigail Sleigh. My wife was descended
from John MIckle (b abt 1759) and his second wife Elizabeth Starke through
their daughter Mary Ann Mickle who married Rowlan Rugeley, son of a Tory,
Col Henry Rugeley. If you have any thoughts on the date of birth of Elizabeth
or Abigail Milhous (sisters), I would appreciate hearing them. 23 March
||Richard Glover on 1810 Richland Co census. Need parents and
mar record. (2/17/97)
MILLER / Hutson
|I am looking for information on the families of my great grandparents
Clinton Aspen Miller and Margaret Hutson. They lived in Columbia, SC. I
believe the Hutsons were from Charleston, SC: Margaret Hutson being the daughter
of Timothy Hutson. I believe Clinton Aspen Miller was the son of Walter
Miller and Martha Bower of Columbia, SC. Can anyone help with any additional
infomration or direct me to additional resources?
||W. Tim Miller
||My gggrandmother was Martha Jane MILLS born 4 July 1835-38,
maybe in Charlotte, NC, but I cannot prove it. We have a family ballad which
says Martha came form the "North Carolina hills" and named her first son
"Francis Marion" after the Swamp Fox. Oral tradition is that either her father
or grandfather fought with Marion and were frontier scouts. Researching Mills,
I have found three men, Hope Mills III (b. 1735, Jamaica, Queens Co., NY)
and his sons, Amos (b. ?) and Thomas (b. 1760, NY) who fought in the 2nd
SC Regiment, 3rd Company (Marion's Band) beginning 1775. Notes say Hope III
and family came to SC prior to the Revolution. Notes say they settled "possibly
near Colombia." I have quite a bit of info on Thomas, none on Hope III or
Amos (except that Amos went to Hamilton Co., Ohio after the Revolution and
freed his slaves there). I am looking for descendents/researchers of any
of these lines. I am specifically interested to know the names of the children
of Amos. I would also be interested in knowing about the children of any
of Hope III's other sons; Edward, Jacob, Elijah, Peter, William and John.
(9/3/99 8:39:02 PM)
||My grandfather was James Ashby Mims. He is buried at Elmwood
in Columbia. He had a brother named Sam and another named Mooty or something
like that. James Mims had children named Leon, Harold, Cecil and Clifton
Mims. His wife was Eloise Stafford Mims. Any info? Thanks.
(2/13/98 10:30:10 PM)
|Seeking any info about ggggrandfather, Jesse Daniel Mings, b. Richland
County 1795. Jan. 2004
|Seeking info on my great grandparents, John Martin Mitchell and Alma
Mathews Mitchell. Alma was born Oct. 1, 1884 and died August 6 1906. John
and ALma had 2 children , Sellton Lee Roy Mitchell and Beulah Eulilah Mitchell.
The latter child was my grandmother. She went by the name Eula Mitchell.
She was born in May of 1906. I know that she was born in Lake City
SC. I have been unable to locate any information on this portion of my
family. I deeply apreciate any help! 30 Sept. 2001
||Seeking information on John Raine Mitchell (1895-1966) who settled in
Columbia after WWI with his wife Virginia King Mitchell (d. 1967). Both were
natives of Wentworth, Rockingham County, NC. I believe both are buried in
Richland County. John R. Mitchell was the son of John W. Mitchell and Lucy
Hancock Raine Mitchell. Seeking any descendants or individuals who are familiar
with these individuals who were my cousins. 13 Feb. 2014
||Interested in information on decendants of Andrew Moak (arrived
from Switzerland in 1740, land grant at Saxe-Goetha 1745. His son Jacob Moak,
Sr. land was next to Henry Gallman (as of Dec 1776).
||If you can find me any information or records on my dad please
email me to let me know. I know very little about his death and looking some
more information. He passed away in columbia, South Carolina.
(11/3/99 8:33:18 PM)
Edward moeller III
|Please provide any and all information on the above name. I know most
if not all are buried in Elmwood Cemetary. Any help will be
||P. M. Green
||I am looking for any information on the Mooney family you
are listed in the 1860 census in Richaland County
(6/6/99 5:36:02 PM)
||Robert Jackson Moore dob.1840 -Columbia, SC. - died 1929 Columbia,
SC - Robert J. Moore's father John Kennedy(born in Dublin Ireland) was married
to Peggy Margaret Simms and had children named; Janett, Samantha, William,
George, John Kennedy, Andrew, David, Hugh, and Robert Jackson Moore. R. J.
Moore married and had a daughter named Alice. His second wife was Carolina
Crosland and they had children named as follows: John McGowan, George Everette,
Howard, Lillian, Robert, Margaret, Carolina, Sally, Samantha, and Hugh Abraham.
I am looking for other people that may have information on this family line
that they would like to share. (4/24/97)
||H. E. Moore,
||Joan MOORE died in Columbia, SC December ???, 1984. B. 29
September 1918 in North Dakota. Lived in Minnesota b/4 moving to SC. I need
a copy of her death certificate and obituary. Where do I send request for
either of these. Many thanx (11/3/99 8:31:45
||Searching for information on the family of Leonard Chapin
Moore (born ca. 1850), a son of Joseph T. Moore and Elizabeth W. "Lizzie"
Ramage of Abbeville County, South Carolina. Records indicate that Leonard
Chapin Moore was living in Columbia, South Carolina at the turn of the century
(1900). Any assistance would be greatly appreciated!
(6/7/98 5:17:24 PM)
||I am looking for information regarding the death of Hal Clark
Moore. He was born 21 Jan 1873 in Ridgeway, Fairfield, SC, and died in Columbia,
Richland, SC. and is supposedly buried in Blaney, Kershaw, Sc. He is reported
to have been run over and cut in half by a train while working for the railroad.
I would really like to find a printed obituary. He left behind a wife, Mattie
Glover Moore, and 5-6 little girls, the youngest was only 4 months old, my
husband's gg-graadmother, Thelma Moore. Any help anyone can offer would be
greatly appreciated. (9/19/99 10:35:33 AM)
|am seeking information about birth/baptismal of ancestor Reese (Reece,
Reice) Van (Vander, Vanderfer, Vanderveer) Morrel (Morrell, Murrell, Merril
etc) born 4/1795 in "South" Camden District of South Carolina. I suspect
Dutch or French origins which may mean Reformed Dutch or Brethren Churches
in the areas at that time. I also suspect the Richland area of Camden
District since Reese's final location of Dresden Tx near Waco/Corsicanna
of Navarro Tx in 1845 was called Richland for a time. I have seen a
link of parentage to a Jonathan and Mary Morrel but failed to note that resource
and it is unsubstantiated. I do see a John Morrel, Jonathan Morrell on the
1790 Fairfield Census as well as 1820, 1840 and 1850 Richland Census, and
again there may be no connection. Any information or direction in this
quest would be greatly appreciated. 27 Sept. 2003
||Marvin and Ann Lenz
|Chester McCullough: retired teacher/principal near Columbia or Florence,
SC. May be deceased by now, but looking for his family/descendants. 6 August
||John Henry, Jr.
||Washington MOYE born 1817 NC is listed in 1850 Richland SC
census with no wife, and the following children: Susanna born 1843, William
W born 1844, and James E born 1846. His wife must have died 1846-1850. Susanna
my great grandmother wife of J W BAUGHMAN. Looking for name of Washington
MOYEs wife, and names of descendants of his other children.
(12/30/98 9:26:02 AM)
||J W BAUGHMAN
|Looking for a contact in the MOYE family to establish a connection with
my great grandmother Susan Rebecca MOYE who married Jacob W. BAUGHMAN in
1860. The following are buried in the Baughman family cemetery in the Dixiana
community in Lexington SC: Edwin W. MOYE 1876 - 1944, Katherine L. MOYE DUREN
1873 - 1944, and Annie E. MOYE BEARD 1871 - 1926. I think these persons are
the children of Susan MOYE BAUGHMAN's brother. 27 March 2007
||J. W. Baughman
|Mt. Pleasant Methodist
||Do you know of a Mt. Pleasant Methodist cemetery? 26 Sept. 2003
|Seeking info on Daniel Muhlinghaus who married MaryAnn Hodge 1-16-1838
in Columbia. They had 5 children in Columbia Sarah Adline, Henry Gero, John
Milo, Ruth Lora, and Elvis. Three of the children are buried at the Ebenezer
Lutheran Church Cem. I know that he was a Mason. I would also like any
information on Mary Anns Family. I know that her grandfather Timothy
Thomas died in their home on 3-30-1851. 30 June 2004
|I am searching for information on Daniel Muhlinghaus my ggggrandfather.
He married Mary Ann Hodge in Columbia South Carolina on January 16, 1838.
They lived in Columbia from 1838 to about 1851. They had three children in
S.C. Sarah Adline, Henry Gero, and Ruth Lora. Henry died at the age of 6
and is buried in the Ebenezer Lutheran Church Cemetery. I think that Sarah
may also be buried there but is unmarked. Ruth survived the move to Texas.
Mary Ann was born on November 13, 1818 in Columbia according to bible records.
I have no information on her family except that her grandfather Timothy Thomas
who was 71 died in their home after a brief illness of five days. This was
published in The South Carolinian on April 1, 1851. Any information on Daniel
or Mary Ann would be greatly appreciated. Jan. 2004
||Hello, my name is Barbara Murphy-Reed. My fathers name was
Bill William Murphy. I am adopted, but I know I have relatives brothers and
a sister near Columbia. Any information on Bill Murphy or his family would
be appreciated. (3/5/97)
||George B. MURTISHAW, born around 1810 in SC. He was married
on 14 Feb 1831 to Ann Follin in Richland County. He died around 1844 in SC.
Parents Thomas (b. abt 1785 in SC) and Mary (b. Oct 1784) MURTISHAW.
20 May 2001
|trying to find info on zacariah musgrove died aug 1972 richland this
us my granfather i would like to find some of his family 19 April 2002
|We are searching for information on Rudolph Myer & John Jacob Myers.
We have found a lot on JJs son David Myers. Can you lead me to any
information on Rudolph or John Jacob or their burial sites? 26 May
|Looking for the burial site of Jacob (or John Jacob) Myers, who fought
in the American Revolution and died in 1804. It is said he died in Lexington
Co., but he owned numerous properties in Richland Co. 21 June 2008
||William Allen (Bill) Myers
||I am looking for the parents of James Myrick that operated
a ferry at Gills Creek in the 1740's. I have been told that they are possibly
Richard Owen Myrick and wife Elizabeth. Any help would be greatly appreciated
because there are many looking for the same answer.
(7/6/98 9:05:51 PM) (Note by FOC,
check Allendale County)