John Glenn Motley, Sr.

1868 John Glenn Motley Sr. was born on 28 May 1868 in Elgin, Kershaw, South Carolina, USA a child of James B Motley and Elizabeth McDonald Motley. He had five siblings, namely: Talley William Motley, Mary Ann Motley, Wade H Motley, James B Motley, and Mattie Motley. 1880 John Motley was counted in the census on 15 Jun 1880 in Columbia, Richland, South Carolina, USA … Continue reading John Glenn Motley, Sr.

Seen Here and There

Thirty-five boys and girls having a wonderful time at the Arsenal Hill Teen-age party, where weiners were roasted, games played and dance instruction given . . . Officers of the group are Curtis Derrick, president; Herman Hammiter, vice president; Mildred Bundrick, secretary; and Rebecca Hipp, treasurer. They meet twice each month and are busy now planning their Halloween party. Exciting news being received here that … Continue reading Seen Here and There

Seen Here and There

Long lines of weary but patient men and women waiting to mail packages to friends and relatives overseas yesterday after at the postoffice. . . Every face brightened when an additional parcel post window suddenly went up, and another clerk appeared to help with the last-minute rush. At Richland county Red Cross chapter headquarters; Mrs. R. H. Boardman, member of the motor corps talking on … Continue reading Seen Here and There

Civil Actions Start Monday

Richland county (civil) court will open its second fall session at the courthouse Monday with Judge A. W. Holman presiding. Bailiff R. L. Beard has announced the following roster and jury list: Monday: Reuben Osborne vs. Western Union Telegraph company, Ernest J. Nauful vs. Hill Directory company, Inc., C. S. Gardner vs. Gaines W. Harrison et al, Harold Barefoot vs. Central Dairies, Inc., Fred Hensley … Continue reading Civil Actions Start Monday

Blaney Man Promoted In South Pacific Area

Somewhere in the South Pacific – (Special) – Ernest C. Kelly, marine from Blaney, South Carolina, has been promoted here to platoon sergeant from sergeant. Platoon Sergeant Kelly attended Dentsville High School and later worked for the South Carolina State Highway Department before he enlisted in the Marines in August, 1940. His mother, Mrs. Bertha Kelly, lives in Blaney. He has two brothers also serving … Continue reading Blaney Man Promoted In South Pacific Area

Ernest Kelly Promoted

SOMEWHERE IN THE SOUTH PACIFIC, Oct. 1 – Ernest C. Kelly, United States Marine from Blaney, South Carolina, has been promoted here to platoon sergeant from sergeant. Platoon Sergeant Kelly attended Dentsville High School and later worked for the South Carolina State Highway Department before he enlisted in the Marines in August, 1940. His mother, Mrs. Bertha Kelly, lives in Blaney. He has two brothers … Continue reading Ernest Kelly Promoted