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BARKER, BELLAMY, BLANTON, COX, DEWITT, DURANT, GORE, GRAHAM, HARRELSON, REAVES, SUGGS, TODD posted by Linda Cox McNish on Friday, January 1, 1999

Does anyone know where Blanton's Crossroads is? A number of men signed up in 1862 for the Confederate army there. I suspect it's west of Loris but would like a definite location. Any help is appreciated. Thanks, Linda

MOORE, NEWTON, SHELLEY, SMITH posted by Laura M. Beyer on Wednesday, January 6, 1999

Through an "Ancestry" search I located the following index of articles published in the Independent Republic Quarterly. John Shelley, store photo, Volume 13, Issue 3, Summer, 1979 Isaac Shelley, mil rcd., 1861-63, South Carolina, Volume 10, Issue 4, October, 1976 John Shelley, family photos, Horry Co., SC, Volume 10,Issue 1, January, 1976 I am also interested in finding copies of the following articles from the Pee Dee Queue: Shelley fam., Volume 21, Issue 4, July, 1997 I am searching the SHELLEY, MOORE, NEWTON and SMITH families in Marion/Horry Counties and have posted queries to the SHELLEY and MOORE GenForum Pages. Any help on getting copies of the articles mentioned above would be most appreciated. Will post further Family queries shortly. Thanks, Laura M. Beyer

BLANTON posted by Danny Lee Blanton on Wednesday, January 6, 1999

Searching for information on a Joseph Blanton born 30 Dec 1844 buried in Brunswick Co. NC may have originated in Horry Co SC. He is my ggrandfather. Thanks, Danny

BOOTH posted by Richard Booth on Wednesday, January 6, 1999

Hello I am looking for information on the Booth family of Horry,SC my great-great grandfather was born in Horry County in 1843 and died in 1928 in Salt Lake City, Utah. I can trace my line back to 1778 James Booth I am trying to find someone that can do the work for me. Richard Booth

BOOTH posted by Richard Booth on Wednesday, January 6, 1999

I am looking for James Booth born in 1778 In Horry Co. SC. Anybody have any information please Email Byhrside@aol.com, his wife was Samantha Sarvis. Thanks Richard

CLEWIS, TODD posted by George Clewis on Wednesday, January 6, 1999

Looking for information on Curtis Clewis, born 1824/1825 in S. C., lived in the Conwayboro Township, Horry County, S.C. He was married to Melvina/Malvina E. Todd (daughter of Silas and Margaret Todd). Would love to correspond with any Todd or Clewis family researchers. George Clewis. Originally posted July 18, 1998

WARD posted by George R. Cooper Jr. on Wednesday, January 6, 1999

I have an old family Bible with a lot of entries of the Ward family in Wampee, SC. [birth and deaths] The time frame is the late 1800 to early 1900's. Names such as Matthew J. and Adline Ward. Johnathan Zeno and Minnie E.Ward, Mary Edna Ward was born in 1906. Matthew J.Ward died 1903.

BELLAMY, COX, FRINK posted by Peggy F. Cox on Wednesday, January 6, 1999

I married Thomas Benjamin Cox. He died in 1990, age 50. His father was Isaac Benjamin Cox from Horry county. His brothers were Sanford Cox and James Cox. Sanford in Conway, and Jimmy in N.C. I am trying to find some family heritage, but I can only find the names Joseph and John. I know Isaac's father was married to a Bellamy, and earlier in the 1700's one of the Cox girls married a John Frink. They all come from Horry county, and owned a lot of property in Myrtle Beach. Do you think the Cox's I found (Joseph, John) are the same Cox's ? Or would that be another family of Cox's? Any help you can give me would be greatly appreciated. Sincerely, Peggy F. Cox

SNOW posted by Christine Snow Dauzat on Wednesday, January 6, 1999

Dear Sir, I am researching my GG Grandfather, born in 1842 in or around Georgetown, S.C. His name is Joseph Russell Snow. I have found Snows in the 1775 index to Mouzon's map and in the 1778 jury list for Horry co. Also one listed in the Horry Co. 1800 census but my trail went dry. Nothing in the 1820 or 1840 listing. I know that Joseph served with S. battery, 9th Regiment S.C. during the war for Southern Independence. Where can I look next? I would appreciate any help. Sincerely Christine Snow Dauzat Ft. Hood, Texas

JOHNSON posted by Jan Drew Derrick on Wednesday, January 6, 1999

I am looking for information on Green Johnson and Anne Graham Johnson of Aynor. I know some of their children were Joseph Gatlin Johnson ,John, and Truluck Johnson. Joseph Gatlin was the youngest, and was born in the 1870s. I know Green Johnson also had a daughter who married a Graham. I found the family in the 1880 Horry census, and a Daniel Johnson. I know Anne, his wife had died by then, and wounder if he is the same Johnson. He owned a good bit of land in Aynor,and I know he served in the Civil War.I would appreciate any information on the parents and family of both Green and Anne. Joseph Gatlin was my grandfather, but I never heard much about his family. I appreciate any help you can give me. Researching a Johnson is no easy matter! Jan Drew Derrick

GODWIN posted by Lori & David Godwin on Wednesday, January 6, 1999

Hello, I'm researching the Godwin Surname & I have found Simon Godwin listed in 1800 Horry District Census. Simon Godwin born 18 Mar 1767 in Johnston Co., NC, died 30 Jul 1839 in Horry District, SC. (source: Obit "The Southern Christian Advocate) md: Edith Nichols daughter of Coleman Nichols (who md: Martha Pierce Godwin). It appears that the Simon Godwin listed above had 5 girls & no boys (according to census records). I need the names of Simon's children, along with their birthdates. My husband's direct line is Arnold Godwin - born 7 May 1776 in NC, died 27 July 1859 in GA. Arnold's brother was the Simon Godwin above. Arnold Godwin was in Horry District SC from approx 1798 (when he had land surveyed there) until approx 1810. Arnold then moved to Wilkinson Co., GA & later settled in Sumter Co. GA. He married Barbary ______ b. 12 July 1773, died 2 Apr 1815. Their children were: a. Elizabeth b. 5 Dec 1805 b. SC b. Margaret b. 12 Mar 1808 b. SC c. Rhoda b. 24 May 1809 b. SC d. Arnold Jr., b. 26 Oct 1810 b. SC e. Barbary b. 26 Jan 1813 f. Rufus S. b. 26 Mar 1815 b. GA QUESTION: Do you have any information on Godwin's in Horry District SC or nearby counties during the late 1700's to late 1800's? If so, please contact. Thanks, Lori & David Godwin

JONES, SPIVEY posted by Oscar B. Graham, Jr. on Wednesday, January 6, 1999

I am researching Presly T. and Epram Caroline (Spivey)Jones family tree. Any information would be appreciated. Thank You, O.Graham

GRAHAM posted by Oscar B. Graham, Jr. on Wednesday, January 6, 1999

I am seeking information on the family John C. and Addie Skipper Graham. They are buried in the Cool Springs Meth. cemetery. Thank You Oscar B. Graham, Jr.

GRAHAM posted by Chris Guyton on Wednesday, January 6, 1999

I'm seeking information on the following: Isaac M. Graham married Mary Ann ? had the following children: 1-Susan Vardell Graham married Laundy Harman Dew 2-Mary Roxanna Graham married Little Doc Long and Malcolm Cooper 3-Lucy Graham married Baker Sarvis 4-Florrie Graham married James Brown 5-Charlie M. Graham married Cora Mae Borum 6-Eddie Graham married Helen Edge. Any info. would greatly be appreciated.

GRAHAM posted by Patricia Hammons on Wednesday, January 6, 1999

I am searching for a Annie Jane Graham b. 1830 SC m. Alfred Douglas Carpenter. One of their daughters Emma Lenore married Thomas Montgomery. Any help here? Pat Hammons

CAUSEY posted by Carol Causey Harper on Wednesday, January 6, 1999

I am looking for the burial place of my g-g-granfather Asa Garden Causey who was born in 1828 and died in 1900. He lived in Conway, S.C.and he married Francis Fannie Martin in 1850 . They had 10 children by his first wife and his second wife was Emily Beaty. We have been told that he ran a ferry on the Wacamaw River with his son Charles Nathan Causey on Cox Ferry Road. Asa was in Company A, 26 Regt South Carolina Volunteers during the Civil War and was a prisoner at Point Lookout prison in Maryland . We have looked at Campground Cemetery and can't find him or his 2 wives there . We have been told there was vandals tearing up the cemetery in the past. We would like to find him for my father and to put up headstone . We are writing book for father who is ill with cancer. Any help would be appreciated. Carol Causey Harper Orginally posted September 07, 1998

HUCKS, SKIPPER posted by Timothy and Dorothy Hause on Wednesday, January 6, 1999

I am seeking any info on Henry and Becky{Rebecca?} SKIPPER of Galivants Ferry. They were my great grandparents on my fathers side. I do not have any dates for birth or death and have not found them on any of the census for Horry county. They had 5 daughters,Rachel [my grandmother]Mary, May, Carie and Nettie. Also one son Daniel. My grandmother Rachel SKIPPER married Armp HUCKS who also was from Galivants Ferry, Armp died when my dad was only 6 so that would be around 1916. My father tells me they had several children but he is the only one to survive. My grandfather Armp had one other brother named George HUCKS. After the death of my grandfather Armp, my grandmother married again to Daniel TURNER early 1920's, they moved to Marion County. He had children and I don't know if they were his or theirs; Luan, Roland, Henry, Marie, Ethel and Maude. My great aunt Mary SKIPPER married a SELLERS and had eleven children; Henry, Aldon, Greer, Monroe, Cissaro, Donnie,Duck[nic name], Queet, Erverly and Ester. My father Henry James HUCKS was born 8/10/1910 so his parents were probably born in the late 1800's, and his grandparents mid 1800's. If anyone has any info I would truly appreciate it. Rachel SKIPPER HUCKS TURNER is buried in Reedy Creek cemetary and Armp HUCKS is buried in Rohobeth cemetary. Atleast that is what I've been told. I can't understand why none of these names appear on any of the census I've searched for Horry County. I live a long way from there and would appreciate any help. I was born in S.C. and know there are thousands of HUCKS' and SKIPPER'S I just need to make the connection. It is hard to do when you live so far away. Thank you for any help, Dorothy

BOOTH, HOLT posted by George Holt on Wednesday, January 6, 1999

I am looking for information on the Booth family of Conway area-mother was Phoebe Booth, sons-Norman, Frank, ? Also on family of Norman Holt-daughters Cecil & Norma. E-mail me -georgeholt@earthlink.net God Bless Originally posted October 19, 1998

COLLINS posted by Susan Hovermale on Wednesday, January 6, 1999

Looking for descendants of Francis Marion Collins. He was listed in the Florence County census in 1910 and was married (1st) to Vida Motte. He may have died in Horry or Marion County. Susan Hovermale

JORDAN posted by Lisa on Wednesday, January 6, 1999

I am researching my Jordan line from Horry county. I have two lines of Jordans in my family. William Perry? Jordan B Dec 1821 His father may have been Thomas W Jordan B 1778? William married Frances Altman and he served in the 26th Carolina Infantry His son was Robert Oneal Jordan B June 27 1873 and married Addie Jordan. Addie Jordans father was Solomon L Jordan B 1830 and married Adeline Singelton. So William Jordan and Solomon Jordan are the two Jordan lines im researching. They are buried at Cedar Grove Baptist church in Conway. If you could find a connection to the Jordans you are researching please let me know. Thank You LISA

AMBROSE, COLLINS posted by MdmSinsub@aol.com on Wednesday, January 6, 1999

Seeking any information about the Collins or Ambrose families....Myrtle Beach/Conway area.......Horry County.....from the mid to late 1800's to present. Please e-mail info directly to me as I don't get to this site too often. Thanks........ MdmSinsub@aol.com

BARNHILL posted by Tom Potter on Wednesday, January 6, 1999

I'm researching the BARNHILL family in Horry County, SC. I would like to share info with others researching this family. Tom Potter 1306 Spillers Lane Houston, TX 77043-4136 (713) 932-8182 Fax (713) 932-1949

RHODES posted by Albert S. Rhodes, Jr. on Wednesday, January 6, 1999

My father and I are researching the background of our family and are looking for anyone who might know of either a Thomas Whitfield Rhodes born 1854 and married Eliza Jane Sommersett abt. 1872. His mother was Janie Rhodes, maiden name and fathers name unsure of. Mother was born probably around 1830-1840. Family roots have been traced back to Horry county and later Brunswick Co., N.C. Mike Rhodes

DIX posted by LaFaye Richardson Sampson on Wednesday, January 6, 1999

My great grandmother's name was Bessie DIX. She was born January 31, 1862 in Horry County. She died March 22, 1929. She married Thomas ROBERTS. They had 10 children: Charlie; Walker; Willie; Mack; Elizabeth "Lizzie"(my grandmother); Dock; Harry; John; Jesse; and Mitchell (female). I am looking for information on Bessie's parents and any brothers and sisters she might have had. Thank you, LaFaye Richardson Sampson

SKIPPER posted by James Skipper on Wednesday, January 6, 1999

How can I get more info on a John Skipper listed on page 140 of the 1820 Horry county census. I am trying to find info on a John W. Skipper and was hoping this was him. There is a note on the web-site that his father was name George B. Skipper...any help would be appreciated. Thanks James Skipper

SKIPPER posted by James Skipper on Wednesday, January 6, 1999

I'm looking for any info on John W. Skipper. He was born in 1810 in one of the Carolinas. He married a lady named Demaris and moved to Alabama around 1840. Looking for info on him, his wife or parents... Thanks James Skipper

FLOYD posted by Richard H. Stephens on Wednesday, January 6, 1999

Need to make a connection between the FLOYD family of Columbus and Robeson Cos, NC and the FLOYD family of Horry Co, SC. Thanks, Richard

GALLIVANT posted by Paul A. Talmadge on Wednesday, January 6, 1999

I am seeking information on Richard Gallivant (Spelled Gallevant in 1820 census). I would like to find names and dates for his parents and the names and dates for his children. Paul A. Talmadge

GERRALD posted by Sammie Witten on Wednesday, January 6, 1999

Trying to locate families of Benjamin Gerrald, Kingston Dist. Shown in the census for 1850. My wife's gggrandfather was Everett Gerrald, married Martha Ann Attaway. year unknown. He had a brother Samuel and both of them were in Arkansas in 1859/60. Everett lost his life in the Civil War, and we have been unable to find any record of him after 1859. Any info on this family and allied families would be appreciated. Thank You Sam and Belva Gerrald)Witten

TAYLOR posted by Kerry Wood on Wednesday, January 6, 1999

My grandmother, May Congdon TAYLOR, from Georgetown, SC 1904-1998), passed away in Boston on August 18 after recently celebrating her 94th birthday. Am searching for info on her father, Dr. John Edward TAYLOR, a dentist from Georgetown and Columbia. He married Ruby May Congdon on 6/25/03 in Prince George Winyah Church in Georgetown; the marriage ended in divorce. I have just found the wedding gown and pieces of silver engraved with the TAYLOR name and the wedding date. Any info would be most grateful!!! Kerry Wood

ATKINSON, JAMES, JORDAN, LARRIMORE, LOVELL, RICHARDSON posted by Princess Bigwhip on Thursday, January 7, 1999

The SC Gen has alot of valuable info and I appreciate all of it and hope to see more!! For some apparent reason my LOVELL family is not listed anywhere and I know for a fact they're from Horry Co. I also can not find any info on the LARRIMORE's of Horry Co. I have searched the Horry Co. Census' hoping to find a trace of ancestors and can not, I keep hitting a brick wall on my families from Horry Co. the only thing I've gotten of Census records was proof of my gggrandmother 1840 Solomon Jordan wife Adaline child Irene Jordan who was 2 at the time. I've copied most of the census records down so I could look them over there are no LOVELLs there are LOWRIMOREs but no names match up, Please if you have any info on these family names let me know, anything is greatly appreciated. Thanks!! Princess Bigwhip

WARD posted by Danny Lee Blanton on Thursday, January 7, 1999

Searching for information on an Ebby Ward of North Myrtle Beach area. Father of my grandfather Needham Ward. May be same as Charles E. Ward. Any help appreciated.

SQUIRES posted by DNGORE@aol.com on Thursday, January 7, 1999

My grandmother is Docie Squires born in Horry County in 1909. Her daddy was Wilson Squires. My grandmothers father died while she was an infant. I don't know what happen to his wife. I am interested in any help anyone can give. Thanks

GRANTHAM posted by Joel Grantham on Thursday, January 7, 1999

I am researching the Grantham family and my g-g-g-father C.I.P. Grantham was born in either Horry county, Marion, or Darlington county in 1816. He left SC and showed up in the Henry County Alabama census. I would like to know who his ancestors were and where they came from. Any help will be appreciated. I have info that I will share Joel Grantham 269 Lee Road 632 Opelika, Alabama 36804 tel-334-749-0397

TOLAR posted by Sharon Grissette on Thursday, January 7, 1999

Looking for information on the descendants of John Tolar of Cumberland Co., NC. Some of his grandchildren migrated down to Horry County, SC. Would like to share with anyone having knowledge of this family. Thanks Sharon Grissette

CARPENTER, GRAHAM posted by Patricia Hammons on Thursday, January 7, 1999

I would appreciate some help on my Graham line which I know next to nothing about. I have Annie Jane Graham b. 1830 SC m. Alfred Douglas Carpenter abt 1850. I only know of two daughters Catherine b. 1850 and Emma Lenora b. 1851 d. 1908 m. 1869 to Thomas Burrus Montgomery.

HENIFORD posted by Jack Heniford on Thursday, January 7, 1999

We are looking for Henifords in Horry County, esp 1800-1840.Any information will be useful. Jack Heniford

MCQUEEN posted by Laurie Greene James on Thursday, January 7, 1999

Looking for any information on William H McQueen. Listed in 1880 Gallivant Ferry, Horry Co. There are many McQueens listed. Thanks, Laurie Greene James

BELLAMY, COX, FRINK posted by Peggy F. Cox on Thursday, January 7, 1999

How do I find the decendants of the Cox family in Horry county? I don't know where to begin. I know the names of Bellamy, Frink, & Cox. And that they came from French Hugenots. Thank you

LEWIS, VANPELT posted by Alan Willard Lewis on Thursday, January 7, 1999

I would like any information on a William Lewis II & his family. William Lewis II was born 1740 - Hertford N. Carolina, married -1764 in Charleston , SC. he died 1811 in Sandy Bluff , SC. - Horry county. His wife was Mourning Van Pelt - born -1740 in Bertie co. North Carolinia. She died May - 9 - 1817 in Horry county SC. Any information on their children or on them would be a great help! Thanks for anything you might can give!! Alan Willard Lewis

BLANTON posted by Mayinfl@aol.com on Thursday, January 7, 1999

I am researching the Joshua James Blanton family. They moved to Horry Co. SC. between 1820 and 1830, as they are listed on the 1830 Horry Co. census. Joshua James II was born in 1760 and his son, Joshua James III was born in 1806. Joshua II married Mary Alderman and had 8 sons and then he married Keziah Alderman, Mary's sister, and had 8 more children. I am looking for the name of Joshua II's wife(full name) and Also for Joshua III's wife's full name. Her first name was Elizabeth, but I need her maiden name and also the date and place of their marriage. I belive Joshua III and Elizabeth were married in Horry Co. SC. , and lived there until the 1850's when they moved to Lowndes Co. GA. I believe they lived in a community called Mt. Olive. Any info out there on this family?

HARRELSON, JOHNSON, LEE posted by Pat on Thursday, January 7, 1999

Seeking data on James Henry Harrelson [c 1829-after 1865]B. Marion CO SC youngest son George Mckeever Harrelson b in Horry Co. Lived in PennyRoyal. Wife and mother is Mary Ann Johnson (some say Johnston) b 1827 d af 1911 in Georgetown. Seek also Willis Lee 1823-1864. B. Horry CO. died G'town m. Elizabeth ____________ and had daughter Annie Elizabeth LEE 1853-1932 G'town. Willis' father possibly Willis and grandfather? Noah. Any data on farming community of Penny Royal which I understand was a train stop in late 1800s. Thank You, Pat

POWELL posted by Rita on Thursday, January 7, 1999

I am looking for parents of: George C. POWELL b. 15 Jul 1800 (tombstone reads b. O'hee Dist., SC, "Pike County History" reads he was b. McCree's Dist., SC, census 1840, 1850, 1860 AL reads b. NC.) He married 9 Sep 1823 Orpah Ellender STARLING b. 15 Oct 1805 (same info above re: her birthplace). Need her parents also. Their dau; Eliza C. POWELL b. 29 Aug 1825 HORRY Co., SC, m. abt 1844 Pike Co., AL Irvin GRIFFIN b. abt 1815 Columbus Co., NC. They are in Pike Co., AL by 1831 where George and Orpah helped form Bulah Baptist Church. The rest of their children are: Stephen P. POWELL b. 8 Aug 1832 AL, m. Lucinda SOLES: William Joseph POWELL b. 17 Apr 1835 Al; George E. POWELL b. 1838 AL; Levi/Levie Clinton POWELL b. 1840, m. Frances A. JONES; Orpah Ellender POWELL b. 15 Sep 1841; Frances M. b. 1842, m. William M. HERRING. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Rita

DIX, ROBERTS posted by LaFaye Richardson Sampson on Thursday, January 7, 1999

My great grandfather was Thomas Roberts. He was born July 27, 1854 in Horry County, SC and died January 25, 1915. My great grandmother was Bessie Dix. She was born January 31, 1862 in Horry County, SC and died March 22, 1929. They had 10 children: Charlie, Walker, Willie, Mack, Elizabeth "Lizzie", Dock, Harry, John, Jesse, and Mitchell (female). Elizabeth "Lizzie" was my grandmother. She was born July 2, 1895 and died October 17, 1969. She was married to Willie Oliver Richardson. I am looking for any information on my great grandparents. I don't have their parents names or the names of any siblings they might have had. LaFaye Richardson Sampson

MAGILL posted by Barry Speth on Thursday, January 7, 1999

John Magill was known to be a resident of Horry County as early as 1778 and his descendants lived there up until about 1880. I would be grateful for any information on this Magill family line. Sincerely, Barry Speth

STUBBLEFIELD posted by Ronal Stubblefield on Thursday, January 7, 1999

Looking for John or William Stubblefield who were in the area in the 1770's and early 1880. They were around the Moss and Thurmond families. Thanks for any help. Ronal Stubblefield

LEWIS posted by Evelyn Thompson on Thursday, January 7, 1999

I am researching the Lewis family. The Walden Lewis m. Mary Polly Mosley>John Anderson Lewis m. Mary Ann Hutto>Walden Lewis m. Malinda Emily Davis>Reece Davis Lewis m. Nancy Cooley. Also the Isom (Isam, Isham) Lewis family. Isom m. Francis Sanifer m. Sarah E. Thompson?? Isom had 3 children: Lafayette Craven, Isam W., and Mary C. Lewis. Do you have any information.Thanks, Evelyn Thompson

TODD posted by Ed Todd on Thursday, January 7, 1999

From the Horry District Plat Book, A, B, C 1802-1831, I have the following: "Page 14 Richard TODD: 278 acres on Lewis Hole, the Boggy Br. & Burnt Island Bay incl. the pine Grove preaching house, b.d by sd. Bay & Br., vacant." Can you help locate where this is in Horry Co.? I know it is N. of Conway; but on which side of the Waccamaw River is it, and how far N. of Conway? Is it near the Bethlehem Baptist Church or is it on the other side of the river? Circumstanial evidence leads me to believe Richard Todd and Amelia Durant were the grandparents of my earliest verified ancestor, Thomas D(avid) Todd and his brother, William S. Todd. I feel they were sons of Thomas D(urant) Todd and Sarah Vaught. Matthais Vaught Todd may have, also, been their son. Do you have any info. that would help me make the connection between Thomas D(urant) Todd and Thomas D avid) Todd? A list of Thomas D(urant) and Sarah Vaught Todd's children would be very helpful. Thank you for help you can provide. Ed Todd Wilmington

TODD posted by Marion C. Todd on Thursday, January 7, 1999

Seeking info on: William Raleigh Todd born about 1820 Horry co. SC son of Samuel TODD and Elizabeth HICKMAN TODD, Samuel died SC 1829 Elizabeth died ca. 1865 in Columbus co. NC. William Raleigh had three (3) brothers: Edward Hickman TODD md. Nancy COX Samuel Porter TODD md. Elizabeth (Betsy) BENTON Thomas McDaniel TODD md. Altha Jane SUGGS

BENTON, BLANTON, HARDEE, LEE, WARD posted by Danny Lee Blanton on Friday, January 8, 1999

Searching for descendants and ancestors of Matthew Linguish married to Hester Ann. They had Emma, Charlie Joseph Sr., Martha C., Dosia, Sarah and Benjamin. any help appreciated, Danny Blanton

BENTON, BLANTON, HARDEE, LEE, WARD posted by Danny Lee Blanton on Friday, January 8, 1999

Searching for descendants and ancestors of Makiver Norris married to Elizabeth Carter. They were parents of Sarah(Sally) Norris who married 1st Daniel Marsden Hardee and 2nd Benjamin Suggs. Sally was my ggrandmother. any help appreciated, Danny Blanton

BENTON, BLANTON, HARDEE, LEE, WARD posted by Danny Lee Blanton on Friday, January 8, 1999

We may very well be connected. My grandfather was Needham Ward and he had a brother named Matthew who I always heard called Matthie. They were also from the Wampee-North Myrtle Beach area. Danny Blanton

BARNHILL, CRIBB, HUGGINS posted by Bonnie Jordan Hucks on Friday, January 8, 1999

I'm looking for the parents and siblings of David Barnhill b abt 1695 in Scotland. He married Margaret Fleming. He came to Kent County, Del. and then some of the family moved on to Pitt County, NC. Some moved on from there to Horry County.

CHESTNUT, NEWTON, ROYALS, VEREEN posted by Debbie Parsons on Friday, January 8, 1999

Hi, I have Newton's, Chestnut, Vereen, and Royals all from Horry County and all married into each others families. My Newton I have is David Harley Newton born about 1865. He married Penny Tyler. They are supposedly buried in Allsbrook, S.C. I'd love to hear from anyone who has any info on any of these families. Thanks. Debbie

CAMPBELL, GORE, SHEROUSE, SUGGS, WARD posted by George R. Cooper Jr. on Sunday, January 10, 1999

The Wards and Gores came from Whiteville,North Carolina.Mathew Ward and Adeline Gore had ten children;Mathew G.,Alvana A.;Elmore;Johnathan Z.;Margret A.;Robert V.;Ernest V.;Jasen R.;Carrie E.;Mattie L.

BROCK, COX, DANIELS, HERRING, HUCKS, MCCORMICK, STALVEY posted by Anthony Brock on Thursday, January 14, 1999

I am looking for the burial place of Curtis W. Brock and his wife Charlotte Ann Cox Brock. Anyone with information that can share it with me, I would appreciate it.

DOZIER, GRAHAM, HEWITT, LAMPLEY, SHEFFEE, SHEFFIELD, SKIPPER, WATTS posted by Pam Ricks on Thursday, January 14, 1999

I am researching one JOHN SHEFFIELD, lived Dover England in 1750 with wife Abigail. They had 2 sons, John Timothy and George. John was a seafaring man and in mid-life acquired ships in numbers. George Sheffield went to France in 1771 and at the age of 19, married Celeste Aumont. He then possibly changed his name to Shefee. George and Celeste had 2 sons and 1 daughter. I know that Celeste and daughter were supposed to have escaped to England in 1793. The 2 sons, Paul and George II escaped to the Americas and landed at Charleston, S.C. From there Paul's history is lost but it is said that both boys changed their names back to Sheffield again. George prospered in the shipping business also and at the age of 26, in the year 1800, met and married Elizabeth Grey. She bore 2 daughters and 2 sons. They were Jean, Elizabeth, Martha, and George. Jean ran away from home and settled in Georgetown, S.C. where he skippered a riverboat. Jean married an Indian girl known only by the name he gave her, Lenora Lightwater. His father denounced him and after that, he was known as JEAN SKIPPER. Jean and Lenora had 7 sons and 1 daughter. I only have info on one son, John Skipper who married Martha Lattimore. They had 3 girls and 2 boys. I only have info on one son, J.E.Skipper b.8/23/1844 in Marion Co. SC. d. 11/29/1901, married in 1871 to Sarah Roberts b. 10/07/1850 in Horry Co. S.C. d. 05/27/1912. Their children: Isadora Skipper b. 09/07//873 Horry Co., Pireway, SC, d. 11/20/1878. Edward Kirby or Curby Skipper b. 05/03/1875 Horry Co. Pireway, SC., d. 05/24/1943 in Ahoski. J.H. Skipper b. 04/16/1877 Horry Co., Pireway, SC.,d. 07/09/1899. M. Addie Skipper b. 05/09/1880 Horry Co.SC. Arthur W.Skipper b. 09/05/1882 Horry Co., SC. died Blackshear, Georgia. Joseph F.Skipper b. 05/07/1888 Columbus Co., NC. Willie E.Skipper b. 03/08/1892 Columbus Co.,NC., d. 05/21/1921. Edward Kirby Skipper was my g-grandfather and I have most info from him forward. He married Eliza Jane Brown, b. 03/22/1872 at Shallot, Columbus Co., NC., daughter of Hugh G. Brown and Rebecca Jero Graham. They were married on 05/16/1897 at Pireway, NC. Edward Kirby Skipper died in Pearson, Coffee Co.,Georgia and is buried at Sweetwater Cemetery there. Eliza Jane Brown died in Miami, Fl on 08/15/1941 and was buried beside her husband in Pearson, Ga. Children of Eliza Jane Brown and Edward Kirby Skipper: Edward Herbert Skipper, b. 02/19/1898 Pireway, NC., m. Corene Russ, 1924, d. 07/20/1955 Miami, Fl. children; Christine Skipper Scott Skipper Daisy Skipper, b. 05/05/1899, Pireway, NC.,m. Lawerence Latham; d. 12/07/? No issue. Golda Gertrude Skipper, b. 09/21/1900, Pireway, NC. m. Clarence Crawford Lampley, d. 06/22/1985, Valdosta, Lowndes Co., Ga. children; Louise Lampley Carrie Bell Skipper, b. 03/02/1902, Pireway, NC. m. Homer F. Gibson Sr. on 01/26/1925, d. unknown date in Miami, Fl. children; Homer F. Gibson Jr. Edward M. Gibson Homer Wilbert Skipper, b. 07/31/1904, Pireway, NC. m. Ludell Davis, d. 11/01/1934, Claxton, Ga. children; Geraldine Skipper Ruth Kirby Skipper, b. 03/06/1906, Loris, SC. d. 06/1982, never married. No issue. John Skipper (twin) b. 10/05/1909, Loris, SC. d.10/06/1909, buried Loris, SC. Conrad Dubose Skipper (twin) b. 10/05/1909, Loris SC., d. 07/20/1910, buried Loris SC. Athwert Jerome Skipper b. 09/20/1911, Loris, SC. m. Mary Dorothy Purvis, d. Brunswick, Glenn Co., Ga. children; Robert Skipper William Skipper Sandra Skipper Thelbert Wetzel Skipper, b. 07/25/1914, Loris, SC.,m. Angeline Campbell, d. Miami, Fl. No issue. If by chance any of this helps you, please let me know!

GRAHAM, GULLEDGE, LAMPLEY, SHEFFEE, SHEFFIELD, SKIPPER, WATTS posted by Pam Ricks on Thursday, January 14, 1999

Need info on Lenore Temperance Skipper b. 07/12/1828, d. 1906 or 1908, m. John Nelson Jones b. 09/09/1830, d. 1899, Cool Springs, SC. Married 12/21/1853 Children: Emma Caroline Jones b. 1856, John Nelson JonesJr. b. 1858, William F. Jones, b.1861, d. 1861, Laura Adeline Jones.

BOYD, DORMAN, GRAINGER, HOLT, PATTERSON, SUGGS posted by Clay Adams on Sunday, January 17, 1999

Would like to corespond with any descendants of Egbert Holt and Ann Gra(i)nger (both abt. 1795 to 1850s), who lived in Horry County, SC. My great-grandfather was MacDonald Holt of Conway, Horry County, who married Margaret Emma Patterson of Loris, Horry County. Both were born in 1863.

GLISSON, GRAINGER, HESTER, JOHNS posted by Julie Baxter on Sunday, January 17, 1999

Hi, I recently found some Graingers/Grangers listed in Horry County that I believe were related to me. My grandfather was Willis Jacob Granger born 1920. In researching, I found someone's list from my greatgrandfather Curtis Lee Granger to his ggggrandfather Furney Granger in Horry County around 1800. The list shows Furney Granger born around 1765. However, he wasn't listed anywhere that I can find until around 1800's. May be some relation there.

BELLAMY, GORE, HUGHES, NIXON, STEPHENS, STEVENS, SUGGS posted by Randy Stevens on Wednesday, January 20, 1999

Searching for information on William Griffin Bellamy born in the mid 1800's married to Priscilla Ann Stephens. Priscilla was the daughter of Thomas R. Stephens, Sr and mary Catherine Bellamy. Last known to be in the area of Horry County, SC around Longs or Little River. Also lokking for any information on the Stevens, Gore, Suggs, Hughes and Nixon families.

JUSTICE posted by R. Potter on Sunday, January 24, 1999

My GGrandmother was Mary Susan Justice 1859-1913, Her brother was Benjamine H. Justice 1865-1947. I think the father was Capt John Justice all from Little River. At the Little River united Methodist Church cemetery I found A F Justice & F justice. I don't know how these two are related to Mary Susan . I have not found any info on Capt. John . Any help will be appreciated .

MARK, REYNOLDS posted by Dock H. Skipper on Tuesday, January 26, 1999

I am searching for information on Mark Reynolds(d.1811),and wife Ann. They lived in Horry County and had three children Henry, Charity,and Isham. I am particularly interested in both his parents, and origin. Thanks, Dock H. Skipper

FOWLER, HICKMAN posted by Bill Fowler on Wednesday, January 27, 1999

Giles Fowler (b 2/4/1844 in the Whiteville, NC, area; m 12/21/1865 in Whiteville; d 8/10/1909 in Florida) and Anna Debora Hickman (b 11/13/1847 in SC; d 6/29/1891 in Florida) are my great-grandparents. They moved to Florida. Anna Debora's father was E. F. Hickman, but I know no more about her family. Giles' father appears to have been EITHER Henry Fowler OR Gilbert Fowler (both were sons of Reuben Fowler), depending on which data source one chooses to believe. Apparently even the now-deceased author of "A History of the Fowler Family of Southeastern North Carolina", Richard Gildart Fowler, changed his mind at least once on this. Oral history in our family says that Giles' father was Gilbert, but Gilbert would have been only 19 when Giles was born in 1844, and Gilbert's wife Sarah is shown as being born in 1838. Their known children all are much younger than Giles. Was there perhaps a wife earlier than Sarah? In the case of Henry, who would have been 21-22 at Giles' birth, sources show five other children and usually show them as older than Giles (but with no given birthdates), which is highly unlikely. If you can help with information about the family backgound of Anna Debora Hickman and/or the true parentage of Giles Fowler, I will appreciate it.

ALFORD, RABON posted by Glenda Moore on Thursday, January 28, 1999

I am looking for Mary E. "Lillie" Rabon, d/o of George M. & Polly Rabon, born 1859. In 1911, she was listed on a deed as Lillie Alford.

TODD posted by Shelby Miller Kennedy on Sunday, January 31, 1999

I am trying to find the maiden name and husband of Martha Todd. Born abt 1820. She is on the 1880 Horry census, age 60. Appreciate any help.


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