David Jackson

1861 David Jackson was born on 03 Nov 1861 in South Carolina, USA. 1910 Dave Jackson was counted in the census on 26 Apr 1910 in Wateree, Kershaw, South Carolina, USA, as a 42-year-old, male, married, white, head of household. Also in the home was his wife, Trannie Jackson; their children, Dora Jackson, Della Jackson, Allie Jackson, James D Jackson, Nellie Jackson, Beatrice Jackson, Elma … Continue reading David Jackson

Lennard Gripper Sr.

1886 Lennard Gripper Sr was born on 18 Sep 1886 in South Carolina, USA.  1917 On 05 Jun 1917 in Kershaw, South Carolina, USA, Lenard Gripper completed a United States World War I Registration Card, listing his address as Blaney, South Carolina. His date of birth as 1887 in Kershaw, South Carolina, a natural born citizen. He trade was farming for himself in Kershaw, South … Continue reading Lennard Gripper Sr.

Exams for Clerk Jobs in SC Post Office Are Set

The United States Civil Service commission has announced open competitive examination for probational appointment to the position of substitute clerk at many third class post office is in South Carolina. Applicants must actually reside within the delivery of the post office named or be bona fide patrons of such offices. Persons employee in the post office will be considered bona fide patrons of the office. … Continue reading Exams for Clerk Jobs in SC Post Office Are Set

Lillie V Barnes Wood

1875 Lillie V Barnes was born on 25 Feb 1875 in Kershaw, South Carolina, USA a child of Theodore William Barnes and Sallie Annie Bradley Barnes. 1900 Lillie Player was counted in the census on 09 Jul 1900 in De Kalb, Kershaw, South Carolina, USA, as a 25-year-old, female, married, white, wife. Also in the home was her husband, John J Player. 1930 Lillie V … Continue reading Lillie V Barnes Wood

YESTERYEAR IN THE STATE

From The State of January 8, 1929. Herbert Hoover spends his first day in Washington since his election acquainting President Coolidge with he results of his Latin-American mission and receiving a barrage of reports and suggestion from friends and Republican part leaders, who called at his temporary headquarters at the Mayflower hotel in an almost steady stream. John Larkin, actor, who once had a part … Continue reading YESTERYEAR IN THE STATE

Blaney Seeks Doctor, Cinema, Central School

Blaney, Jan. 6 – (Special) – The village of Blaney, located on U. S. Highway No. 1, 12 miles from Camden and 18 from Columbia, is having growing pains. Right now the village is looking for a doctor, also a drug store a motion picture theater and a centralized high school. The latter would be located on U. S. Highway No. 1 between Blaney and … Continue reading Blaney Seeks Doctor, Cinema, Central School

Miss Boney Is Bride of Mr. Corley

Lovely in simplicity was the wedding of Miss Linda Christine Boney of Blythewood and Columbia, and Donald L. Corley of West Columbia, which took place at 8 PM, December 16 in Sandy Level Baptist church, Blythewood. The Rev. E. P. Keen, pastor of the bride, officiated. Palms, magnolia leaves and pines furnished the background for baskets of gladioli and lighted tapers in candelabra. Prior to … Continue reading Miss Boney Is Bride of Mr. Corley

January belongs to Philco

Plays the new 45 Minute Record with Concert Hall Realism plus Standard Record Player AM Reception in the Philco Radio Phonograph All the great features for the utmost in listening pleasure in the Philco 1605. New automatic phonograph achieves “concert hall” realism on the new 45 minute record. Possible only with Philco’s exclusive Balanced Fidelity Reproducer. Famous Philco Record Changer handles up to 12 standard … Continue reading January belongs to Philco