||I am searching for information on Rev.Nicholas Talley buried
in Columbia, SC Washington St. Cemetary. He was a Methodist minister for
many years in Columbia. He was married to Amey Ann Potter.
(1/25/98 1:12:39 PM)
||William Taylor b. 1816 in Virginia and Darcus Taylor b. 1820
in S.C. lived in Kingsville, S. C. in 1870. They had the following children
Andrew b. 1848, Buck b.1850, Dock b. 1854, and Amanda b. 1859. I am seeking
information that could define the area in Kingsville where they lived. This
family later moved to Waller County, Texas.
(11/5/98 9:10:18 PM)
Davis Spencer, Ph.D
||Seeking information on "Mrs. Ben Taylor" who appears on pages
190, 220, 243 of Mary Boykin Chestnut's "A Diary From Dixie" during Mrs.
Chestnut's stay in Columbia from February through June 1862. Would like to
know her maiden name and parents if possible to see whether she could be
Jane Gilliam who married Ben or Bennie Taylor by 1833 in Abbeville, SC.
(3/14/99 6:00:15 PM)
||Col. Thomas Taylor (1743-1832) has been called the "patriarch
of Columbia" since his plantation became the location of the new state capital.
I am researching Col. Tom's descendants and need help tracing some of his
lines. We are descended from Col. Tom's son, John, but some of the other
lines are very sketchy. Any help would be appreciated.
(11/2/97 12:04:06 PM)
THOMAS - HALL
||I am looking for anyone who is related to SIMONE HALL or EFFIE
THOMAS-HALL. They both were born in the 1800's. The only thing I know for
now is the My great-grandmother Effie, died in the early 1970's. She, at
the time resided at 2431 Park Street in Columbia, SC with her daughter Hattie
Morgan. I know that our family attended Zion Hopewell Baptist Church in Gilbert,
SC. So, I think that they must have lived in that area. If you anyone has
any information, please contact me.
(12/5/99 6:10:18 PM)
||I am looking for more information on a Thorogood (or Thoroughgood)
THORNTON, born about 1831, who married a Katherine Mack. Thorogood is shown
in census data for Richland Co. for a number of years (1830, -40, -50,..)
which appear to confirm his father was also named Thorogood THORNTON. It
seems possible that Thorogood (Sr.) was son of a Phineas THORNTON but this
is a guess at this point. Appreciate any leads others can provide. I also
have no detail on ancestors of wife Katherine Mack.
(5/18/98 10:15:31 PM)
||I have been told there could be a Masonic Lodge Archives on
the corner of Senate & Marion Streets in Columbia. If this is true then
could someone tell me their hours of operation & do they allow the public
to come look at their old records. If there is not a Masonic Lodge Archives
at this location then is there such an establishment in Richland County.
My home address is 300 Moores Lake Road Wadesboro,NC 28170. Thanks!!
(8/22/99 6:48:13 PM)
||Census shows John Trevathan b Richland County, SC ca 1780/90
m Rhoda Leander, he served in the War of 1812, had several children and later
moved to Pike Co. AL,then Sumter Co. AL. He was killed in Sumter Co. 1838.
Rhoda came to Texas with some of her family, stopping off in LA for awhile.
It is possible John Trevathan's father was William, but no proof. Don't know
anything more about Rhoda Leander Trevathan prior to her coming to Texas,
except she was charter member of the Henderson Hopewill Primitive Baptist
Church in 1827.
||I am looking for information on a John C. Tucker that was
born in 1834 and died in 1890. He was buried at Spears Creek Baptist Ch.
in Richland County
(11/3/99 8:30:10 PM)
||I am seeking information on ROBERT TUCKER & ANNA REESE
who came from Richland District S.C. to Washington County, GA., between 1805
and 1808. Do you know who their fathers are? ROBERT & ANNA brought to
Ga., three sons JOHN, ROBERT and DANIEL REESE TUCKER. Any info will help.
(7/6/98 9:00:52 PM)
||I am researching the Tucker/Reece Family of Richland County,
South Carolina and would like to contact others researching these lines.
||Willam Henry Tyre was listed as living in Richland County
in the 1790 census. Any information would be appriciated.
(11/2/97 12:04:41 PM)
||Tradition says ggg grf. George TYSON came from Louisiana to
South Carolina @1830. He died a couple of years later, and 8 sons left SC
(presumably returned to LA). The ninth son, also named George (born @1812
in LA), remained in Richland Co, SC (Spear's Creek) and married Pauline/
Mary DIAL. Known children: Margaret J., Wright Cornelius, John Priestley
and Vermel/Mellie/Mollie. Anything familiar here?
(11/2/97 12:05:08 PM)
|R. D. Urquhart
||VAUGHTER, Cornelius. Listed on the 1790 Richland County, Camden
District, census with 2 males including himself, and 8 females.Hoping to
locate someone with Cornelius VAUGHTER or other VAUGHTER's with ties to South
(11/28/97 9:30:10 AM)
||I am looking for information on JOHN VEAL and his family.
I know that he was in the jewelry business and that he was living in Columbia,
Richland County, in 1860. Any information will be appreciated and I will
be glad to exchange the information I have on his descendents.
(4/20/98 9:44:11 PM)
||Seeking information on Dawson Wages, will signed in Richland
Co, in 1821. His son Jacob in 1820 MS Territory, 1830 & 1840 Washington
Co., AL,census and by 1850 he was listed in Covington Co.AL. His wife was
Susanna and they had my ggggrandmother Elizabeth Ann Betsy" b. abt 1807 SC,
Rebecca b. 1811 SC m. Levi Moody, moved to TX, had 11 children, Argelius
"Gale" m. Nancy Brown, member of Copeland-Wages gang. Gale was killed in
gunfight with James Harvey in 1847. Betsy Wages m. Lloyd Robert Butler and
settled on Hickory Nut Ridge in N.E. Covington Co., AL. After 1847 Jacob
and Susanna along with their daughter-in-law Nancy and grandson Jacob moved
to Covington Co., AL. Can anyone help sort out if Rebecca Boatwright widow
of Benjamin Boatwright is the mother of Dawson's children William, Dawson
Jr, and Jacob. Did William marry his step-sister Rebecca Boatwright. William
d. 1845 in Conway Co., Ark. If you know anything about this family, please
help. The more I learn the more confused I get.
(11/2/97 12:06:51 PM)
||Seeking data on Dawson/Dorson WAGES and family-3 sons, Dawson,
William, and Jacob. He made his will in Richland Co, SC in 1821- He mentions
his wife. They appear to have come from Rowan Co, NC, then into Richland,
Chester, Fairfield Co's of SC and track back to Carroll Co, MD. Dawson/Dorson
owned a tremendous amount of land in Richland Co, (have all the land plats)
and by the 1840s-50s, a long line of heirs were fighting over it. Related
names: Chesley BOATWRIGHT; Samuel DENT; DUNCANs - one of them was Rebecca
WAGES, married BOATWRIGHT, then married a WAGES-or we have 3 different
Rebecca's....sigh..... Unless they tie into the SHELBYs, I have no connections
to the WAGES. They are a complicated, fascinating family, that goes right
into the burning of the Jackson Co, MS Courthouse, by the COPELAND-WAGES
||Looking for decendents of Thomas K. and Mamie E. Bonnett Walker.
One son, Paul Walker was listed as living in Richland County in 1940.
(11/5/98 9:17:42 PM)
||I am doing research on a gunsmith named James G. Wallace,
born in S.C. approx.1820. His wife was Martha and his father was George.
He was taught by Pheosolos Bell in eastern Tennesse. Any information will
(12/30/98 9:40:24 AM)
||Want info on Benjamin Wallace, born abt. 1780 (probably 1784)
in Richland District. Father was Jesse Wallace; mother unknown. Other children
of Jesse were Richard, Sarah, Winnie, Susan and Rhoda.
(4/20/98 9:33:44 PM)
||OSCAR HAYDEN WARD, d. 1898 (loc. ?), m. 1865 in Burlington,
IA to Juliette Granville Wightman (1844-1931). He supposedly came from Columbia,
SC, according to his obit. Would like date of birth, and confirmation of
place of birth.
(9/19/99 10:35:09 AM)
||Albert Citney (A. C.) Watson was born in January 1846 in either
Columbia or Cheraw, S.C. He served with South Carolina during the Civil War
with a man named James Kelly. Both Watson and Kelly moved to Texas after
the War. Any information about his parents and or siblings would be appreciated.
||Searching for parents, siblings and descendants of three brothers
bn in Richland abt 1840's. Enoch Chester WATTS and Allen P. WATTS were twins
and had an older brother Joe WATTS. Enoch and Allen joined the Confederate
forces while brother Joe joined the Union forces and according to lore was
never heard from again. Enoch went to Tennessee after the War and married
Martha Jane HOLT in Nashville her father was Sheriff there. They then wentt
to Texas around Grayson and Collin Co. wher Bill Watts was bn 17 Aug 1884
in Blue ridge, Collin Co., . Would like to find descendants of Allen P. and
Joe and would to know parents of all three I have not been able to get to
the 1780 census yet. Thanks.
(12/7/97 12:44:19 PM)
||I am attempting to find info concerning my grandfather who
was born in Richland County. Specifically, I am looking for vital stats
(Birth/Death) of his father, Raymond E. Weston, born 3/24/1921. His father
is Osceola Weston, D.O.B. unknown.
(3/14/99 5:45:55 PM)
|No Name Given
||I am searching for informaiton about the records in a Theological
Seminary - a school for Presbyterian ministers that is - or was in Columbia
SC. One of my ancestors WHITE, James Evans was a student at that seminary
in 1850 (Ref 1850 Richland Cty Census) and I know that he became a minister.
He was from the Chalresotn area, but I do not know where he went after he
left the seminary.
(8/9/98 11:21:06 AM)
||Sterling C. WILLIAMSON, born 1766, Brunswick Co, VA. Married
1791 Mary RIVES, daughter of Timothy RIVES of Columbia. Children of Sterling
and Mary were Sterling Jr., Mary Ann, Charles, James, John, Priscilla, Timothy
Martha, Hariettas?, and Warren. Sterling died 1841 in Houston Co, GA.
||I am attempting to find the ancestors of Jane Willingham of
either Richland or Fairfield cos, SC. She id the wife of Philip Pearson they
were born about 1785- 1800 in Richland Cos, SC.
||John Henry Wise (1853-1926) married Mary Jane Roberts. These
are my grandparents. Looking for info on Mary's mother Sintella Shannon and
husband Heziakiah Roberts, born around 1840 and lived at one time in Chester
County at Blackstock. John Henry Wise and wife is buried along with my mother
at Mt. Pleasant Bapt. Church Cemetery at Ft. Jackson, SC
(7/6/98 9:02:10 PM)
||John Hamp Wooten Jr, Born Richland County South Carolina,
February 1,1932 at Columbia Hospital. Father: John H Wooten. Mother: Ruth
Rawlinson Wooten. Brothers: James Young Wooten and Charles William Wooten.
||I believe that my ancestor, (Joseph ?) Vincent Yarborough
was living in Richland County when he died about 1844-1848. It was thought
that he may have been buried in COlumbia, SC. I want to find out where he
is buried and if his first name was Joseph. Wife was Prudence Elder Robinson.
He was born 1796, and lived most of his life in Chester County, SC. Children
here: Joseph G.Y., William Mansfield Y., James Robinson Y., Rebecca Catherine
Y., and Vincent Elder Y. Any help will be appreciated very much. Thank you.
(11/5/98 9:22:30 PM)
||I am looking for information on my grandfather, Raymond Wess
Young. He was bern 15 Nov. 1925 and died in Jun. 1978. I want to know where
he was buried. His family was from Richaland county and he was laid to rest
somewhere in Columbia.
(6/3/99 10:10:49 PM)