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FOLEY posted by Mary Lee Foley on Friday, April 2, 1999

Seeking any info on Foleys of Horry Co and North Carolina especially John & Candice Foley sons: Arnold, Dempsey, Memory, Greek, and Finkley

WILLIAMS posted by Kay Matthews on Monday, April 5, 1999

I am researching the Williams line. John A Williams who married Harrett Russ I believe they were born in Horry County in about 1822 and 1832. Any Help I would very much appreciate. Kay

BLACKBURN, DOYLE, HARRELSON, SARVIS posted by Wanda Gale Harrelson Brown on Wednesday, April 7, 1999

My father was Benjamin Marvin Harrelson. My mother was Mary Doyle Harrelson.I have one brother, and one sister and we still live in the Horry County area, and are searching for anyone that may be connected to our father's mother's family, who were Blackburns, from the Pleasant Meadow community.

BROOKS, HARRELSON, HOBBS, JOHNSON, SMITH, VAUGHN posted by Guy Johnson on Wednesday, April 7, 1999

Searching for roots of Washington G Johnson, wife Elizabeth(Smith?), brother William Burton (or Barton) Johnson and sister Mary Johnson Young, all b. 1790's SC died in AL aft 1860. Also, old maid aunt Agnes Vaughn b.1760 d. aft1860. All These people migrated from SC to Conecuh County AL in 1819.

SARVIS posted by Doris Newton on Wednesday, April 7, 1999

I am trying to research a John T. Sarvis that lived in NC and SC He was part Indian he was related to the Johnson's , and he was supposed to have a half brother who's last name was Todd. The Johnsons were either the grandparents or they were supposed to have adopted the Sarvis's. I have done nothing but run into brick walls on this one. Thank you for any help you might be able to give me. He should have been born somewhere between 1883 and 1900. Thank you very much. Doris Newton -- Gulfport , Ms.

HUGGINS, SMITH posted by Linda Glover on Monday, April 12, 1999

I am looking for what Smith married Mary Ann Huggins daughter of Solomon Huggins and Smitty Bryant.

BARKER, COOPER, LEWIS posted by Pearl Drew on Saturday, April 24, 1999

I have searched for years for my ggrandmothers people. I'm about to give up. Anyone out there? She was born Martha Lewis, Horry County. I was told her middle name may have been Christine, she was born around 1878, married my ggrandfather Joseph Jackson Cooper before 1900 because they were living with his parents in Horry County in 1900, June, census. His parents were Charley and Emily Barker Cooper. She died in Dec. 1906, three days after my grandmother was born. Her father came and got her from Centenary, Marion County, SC where they were living, took her back to their home area and had her burried. He later married Ellen Sutton and died in 1918. She then married Corbett Prince of Horry County. There, thats my book. Please help, thanks Pearl

JERNIGAN, MILLS, SAULS, SOULS posted by Danny Mills Bowden on Friday, April 30, 1999

I am researching Andrew Mills Family, they lived in Coumbus Co. NC and Horry Co. SC. (1814-1860's) His son Elias was married in Horry Co To Ada Pauline Jernigan in 1861. Elias came to Florida abt 1866. Andrew was b 1814, married to Patience Souls ? came to Florida abt 1850. Need info on: Andrew and Patience's parents and siblings, Also Ada's family. Thanks for any help!!

MCGOUGAN posted by John Hilton Lester on Friday, May 7, 1999

I am looking for information on the McGougan surname of Columbus Co, N. C. and Horry County, S. C. I have a multitude of information which goes all the way back to Lumber Bridge, N. C and on to Scotland which I would like to share with you. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

FAULK posted by Norman Faulk on Sunday, May 16, 1999

My ancestors moved from South Carolina in the late 1700's to Tennessee. Their names were Jonathan, John, Thomas and James. Will appreciate any information that you have on the Faulk family.

HARRELSON, HORTON, JERNIGAN, MILLS posted by Mildred Mills Stevenson on Sunday, May 16, 1999

Does anyone have the marriage date of Ada Jernigan (maiden name unkown) to Elias Bradley Mills of Columbus Co., N. C.? I don't know if they were married before, during of after the Civil War. As soon as Elias was released from service, they moved to Suwannee Co. Fl. Elias' father Andrew M. Mills & mother Patience Souls were already living. Ada had a daughter, Fannie Mae Jernigan, I believe, that was her name. Also, Edith Mills, daughter of George Washington Mills & Sarah Marian Horton, married a Harrelson, we think from Horry Co., S. C. She stayed in N. C. when her mother and father left after the Civil War to come to Fl. Any help, with any of the above would be greatly appreciate. Thanks.

BOOTH, BRUTON, CARTRETTE, FLOYD, HOLMES, JOHNSON, MISHOE, POWELL, RHEA, SARVIS, SINGLETARY, TODD posted by Marci-Jo Mishoe on Tuesday, May 18, 1999

Looking for information on the death of James Gordon Mishoe Born 29 April 1895, Horry County, SC. Died 31 October 1929. Buried in Poplar United Methodist Church Cemetery. The microfilm for the newspaper for date of death is missing from the Horry County Library. Also there is not a South Carolina Death Certificate filed. If anyone has a copy of his obit OR if you know where and why he died, please contact me. Thanks!

FLOYD posted by Mark Floyd on Wednesday, May 19, 1999

I am descended from Frederick Floyd, born 1769, and moved into Horry County about 1785. His brothers were Francis Lewis, Samuel, and James. There may have been others. I have copies of articles from the Independent Republic Quarterlies addressing these men. However, the information is vaque. Like many others, I am trying to determine the parents of these men. Where they born in NC, VA or PA? Who was Frederick's wife or wives? His children are listed below: 1) Katherine Floyd born about 1790. married Samuel Garrell, Jr. I think there was another Katherine Floyd who married Samuel, Sr. 2) Samuel Floyd born 1790/1795. Moved to Mississippi. 3) James Floyd born 1791. Moved to Mississippi. 4) Nancy Ann Floyd born abt 1795. married Patrick Lewis, son of William Lewis. 5) Patience Floyd born about 1800. married Henry Garrell. Brother of Samuel, Jr.? 6) Wright Floyd born 1802. married Demaris ? 7) Anna Jane Floyd born 1805. Married Isaac Mincey. 8) William Everett Floyd born 1806. Married Martha Jane Ware,1837, in GA. moved on to MS. 9) Hardy Floyd born 1809. Married Mardlin Thompson, Moved to MS and possibly died there. 10) Mary Floyd born: one source says 1813, another says between 1790/1799. 11) Frederick Floyd, Jr born: one source says 1814, another late 1700's. This is about all the info I have on this family. I am further descended through Wright Floyd and his wife Demaris. I dont know her last name. Any information on these families will be appreciated! I will share what I have with anyone who responds. An interesting story is that Fred Jr. was a ferry keeper in Nichols and that Nancy Ann Floyd was his half-sister. This seems to indicate Fred, Sr. may have been married twice. mark

BOOTH, BRUTON, CARTRETTE, FLOYD, HOLMES, JOHNSON, MISHOE, POWELL, RHEA, SARVIS, SINGLETARY, TODD posted by Marci-Jo Mishoe on Sunday, May 23, 1999

Looking for information on Rosetta Byrd Powell Todd. She was married to James Thomas Todd and is buried at Antioch Methodist Cemetery. I am trying to find out who her parents are and more.

JORDAN, MARTIN posted by Sonja Phipps on Sunday, May 23, 1999

Levy James Martin married Mary Jordan. They are my great-grandparents and I have no idea who either of their parents are. They had these children: Rosa Ava, Henrietta, James Swinton, Cleveland B., Theodus M., Geneva, and Roberta. I have found Mary's grave at High Point cemetery but can't find Levy's grave. ANY information on this family would be appreciated. You can e-mail me at: srphipps@sccoast.net

BRUTON, COCHRAN, COCHRANE, HART, SESSIONS posted by Cecile Webster on Sunday, May 23, 1999

Does anyone have any information on the original Cochran(e) after whom Cochrantown was named? I am also looking for Richard Sessions and Benjamin Bruton, both Horry County sheriffs. Cecile Webster

GRAINGER, SARVIS posted by Gale Grainger on Wednesday, May 26, 1999

Am working on the Grainger/Sarvis family histories, among others. Please let me hear from you.

BRANTON, CANNON posted by Betty Branton on Friday, May 28, 1999

Looking for information on James Monroe Branton who married Eliza Caden Cannon in Horry Co. They moved about 1915 by railcar to the future city now McColl, SC. James, mother was Lillie Branton and Liza's parents were George and Elizabeth Cannon. Liza died in 1918 from the flu epidemic. All are intered at McColl, except Lillie She moved on to Columbia, SC. I Believe her mother may have been Martha and her father R.L.H. Branton, R.L.H. Branton also went to Columbia. He is in the DAR Records. Any information would be greatly appreciated.( They move from Gallivants Ferry to McColl.)

CONNOR, CRIBBS, FORD, GRANTHAM, LEE posted by Loyce Windham Dempsey on Sunday, May 30, 1999

Researching Grantham's, Frank Grantham (wife Emily Ellen Lee). His father possibly John Grantham.


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