Widow of Negro Shot At Winnsboro Was Assassinated

Hattie Smith, the widow of Jule Smith, the negro who was shot to death on the steps of Winnsboro courthouse on the morning of June 14, last, while in the custody of Sheriff Hood, of Fairfield count, was assassinated last night about 9:30 o’clock at the house of a negro woman friend near Blaney. HSe was shot through the window by a shotgun, the load … Continue reading Widow of Negro Shot At Winnsboro Was Assassinated

News of Edgewood

Madam Adele Dennee, who has been visiting her sister, Madame Irma Redman, has gone to Hendersonville for several weeks. Henry Butler has returned to Washington, after a week’s stay with relatives. T. F. Aughtry and family of Greenwood moved into this community last week. Misses Aileen and Arizona Waites are at home after a visit to Wedell. Mrs. A. A. Harrison is spending the week-end … Continue reading News of Edgewood

News of Edgewood

The Rev. and Mrs. E. L. Thomason have returned from a month’s vacation spent in Greenville, Pickens and Fountain Inn. During their absence the Ladies Aid society of the Methodist church replenished the parsonage pantry with a splendid variety of provisions. This token of interest and love was sincerely appreciated by the pastor and his wife. Madam Adele Dennee, who has been visiting her sister, … Continue reading News of Edgewood

Frances Penelope “Nellie” Herron Waters

Frances Penelope “Nellie” Herron was born on 05 Aug 1847. Frances Penelope “Nellie” Herron married John Thomas Waters. Bethune, August 23. – Mrs. Nellie Waters, a highly respected woman who lived about two miles below Bethune, died Saturday afternoon, April 21, 1915. She was stricken with paralysis about a week ago, and remained in a semi-conscious condition until she died. Mrs. Waters’ was about 70 … Continue reading Frances Penelope “Nellie” Herron Waters

Ann Lucetta Alexander Hershman

Ann Lucetta Alexander was born on 22 Mar 1835 in Camden, Kershaw, South Carolina, USA a child of Isaac Brownfiel Alexander and Elizabeth Gilman. Camden, August 20, 1915 – Although it was not unexpected the community was saddened Thursday morning, August 19, 1915, to learn of the death of Mrs. Ann Alexander Hershman, at her late home on Union Street at 7:30 o’clock Wednesday evening, … Continue reading Ann Lucetta Alexander Hershman