Milton K. “Dock” Abbott

1867 Milton K. “Dock” Abbott was born August 1, 1867 in South Carolina, the son of John Percival Abbott and Sallie Elkin Abbott. 1870 Milton K Abbott was counted in the census on 11 Aug 1870 in Wateree, Kershaw, South Carolina, USA, as a 1-year-old, male, white. Also in the home was John P Abbott, Sally Abbott, and William Abbott. 1880 Milton K. Abbott was … Continue reading Milton K. “Dock” Abbott

Sarah Ivey “Sally” Poovy Bowen

1895 Sally Poovy Bowen was born April 12, 1895 in South Carolina, a daughter of William Ivey Poovy and Catherine Camilla “Kate” Starnes. 1930 Census Information: According to the 1930 United States Census recorded on May 9th, 1930, Talmage E Bowen (32) rented a home in Blaney, Kershaw County, South Carolina, with whom he shared with his wife Sarah I Bowen (35). They reported having been married … Continue reading Sarah Ivey “Sally” Poovy Bowen

Fairfield Baptists Name McKnight Associational SS Superintendent

The executive board of the Fairfield Baptist Association at its January meeting yesterday at the First Baptist Church elected E. Dargan McKinght, superintendent of the Sunday school at Calvary Baptist Church, as associational Sunday school superintendent for the Fairfield association. He succeeds the Reverend Delbert Nowell, who resigned to accept work in another state. There are 50 Baptist churches in the Fairfield association with approximately … Continue reading Fairfield Baptists Name McKnight Associational SS Superintendent

Joseph Holiday Kirkland

1911 Joseph Holiday Kirkland was born on 21 Jul 1911 in Kershaw, South Carolina, USA a child of John Lee Kirkland Sr and Beatrice Boyd Mills Kirkland. 1920 Joseph H Kirkland was counted in the census on 16 Apr 1930 in Livingston, Orangeburg, South Carolina, USA as a 8-year-old, male, single, white, son. Also in the home is his father, John L Kirkland; his mother, … Continue reading Joseph Holiday Kirkland

Two Air Force Men Hurt Near Columbia

Two Shaw Field air force men were hospitalized and another slightly injured in an automobile accident at about 5:30 yesterday afternoon just beyond the Veterans hospital on Highway 76, the highway patrol said last night. Cornell Dismuke, of Fitzgerald, Ga., and James G. Alexander, home town unavailable, were admitted to the Fort Jackson station hospital after the 1949 Ford in which they were riding ran … Continue reading Two Air Force Men Hurt Near Columbia