Rev. A. W. JACKSON
The Dillon Herald, Dillon, South Carolina
August 19, 1915, Vol. 21, No. 18
Rev. A. W. Jackson died in Florida
Florence Daily Times
Rev. A. W. Jackson passed away in Tampa, Fla. last Monday afternoon after
a short illness following an operation and his body was brought to Rome, Williamsburg
County, and laid to rest. His remains were accompanied from Florida by his son, Rufus,
and his wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Jackson had gone to Florida to visit their son, A. W., Jr.,
when he was taken ill. He is survived by a wife, who was a Miss Flowers of Marion County,
and four sons, one daughter and one brother. His brother is Mr. Sidney Jackson of Dillon.
Four of his sons, A. W. Jr., Rufus and Gus reside in Florida and Press? lives in California.
His daughter, Mrs. Eva Carriway, lives in Rome, this state.
Mr. Jackson was a member of the Methodist Conference and had preached
in nearly every section of South Carolina. He and his wife were known to be great
workers in the Methodist church up until he was retired to the aged ministers list
some years ago. He was about 75 years old and was a member of the Masons, his membership
being with the Johnsonville Lodge in Williamsburg County.
Transcribed by Mary Lewis from microfilm at the South Caroliniana Library, Columbia SC.
Submitted by David Jackson, Sept 2004.
NOTE: A. W. Jackson was Anderson Warren Jackson, son of Warren R. Jackson and
Anne Adams Jackson. Wife was Indiana Harriet Flowers of Georgetown Co., SC.
Obituary sent to me
from the personal files of Helen Moody. --dj