Lillie Morgan Miles

1883

Lillie Morgan Miles was born April 30, 1833 in Kershaw county, South Carolina, a daughter of Abigie Sanford “Nash” Morgan and Kathryn “Katie” McDonald Morgan.

1900 Census Information:

According to the United States census reported on June 1, 1900, Abigie S. Morgan (50) owned a home in Richland County, South Carolina, with his wife of twenty years, Katie Morgan (47), and their children; Cora Morgan (19), Lillie Morgan (17), Daisy Morgan (15), Alvin Morgan (12), Bryant Morgan (9), Lucile Morgan (5) and Ansis Morgan (3), and his mother-in-law, Addie McDonald (60). It was reported the family members were all born in South Carolina. Abigie S. Morgan was a farmer and Katie Morgan was a farm laborer.

1910

Lillian Morgan was counted in the census on 22 Apr 1910 in Wateree, Kershaw, South Carolina, USA, as a 27-year-old, female, single, white, sister. Also in the home was her brother, Alvin Morgan; and her sister-in-law, Alice Morgan.

1949

On September 5, 1949, Mrs. Lily Miles was listed as a living daughter in the obituary of Mrs. Katie Morgan.

1955

Miles Services Set Tuesday Near Blaney

Funeral services for Mrs. Lillie Morgan Miles will be held Tuesday at 5 p.m. in Union Baptist Church, near Blaney, conducted by the Rev. L. F. Steele, the Rev. R. Y. Brookshire, and the Rev. Horace Chapman. Interment will be in the church cemetery.

Active pallbearers will be Norman Cook, John Coker, Willard Coker, Curtis Morgan, Leo Morgan and Grover Morgan.

Honorary pallbearers will be Harvey Hipp, David F. Nesbitt, John Smith, A. B. Coates, Judson Brooks, John Gibbs, Berlin Matthews, J. B. Billings, Johnnie Williams, Talley Redmond, Albert Bowen, Dewey Brazell, Curtis Starnes, Ed Orr, Dr. Leon Khoury, Dr. Ed Schalfer and Dr. Gerald D. Scurry.

Active bearers are requested to meet at the residence at 3:45 and honorary bearers at the church at 4:55.

The body will be taken today from Paschal-Regal Funeral Home to the residence, 1034 Bryan St.

Mrs. Miles died Sunday night, August 28, 1955 in Providence Hospital after several weeks illness.

Born in Kershaw County, April 30, 1883, she was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nash Morgan (Kathryn “Katie” McDonald Morgan). She was a member of Saxon Baptist Church of Spartanburg.

Surviving are two daughters. Mrs. Emily Pritchard and Mrs. D. D. Motley, both of Columbia; three sons, Zed L. Miles of Columbia, Jesse M Miles and Rufus H. Miles both of Spartanburg; four sisters, Mrs. Anstis Cooper, Mrs. Marion Coker, both of Blaney, Mrs. Cora Ross of Camden, Mrs. Daisy Cook of Columbia; a brother, A L. Morgan of Blaney; eleven grandchildren survive also.

Miles Services Held Today

Funeral services for Mrs. Lillie Morgan Miles were to be held Today at 5 p.m. in Union Baptist Church, near Blaney. The Rev. L. F. Steele, the Rev. R. Y. Brookshire, and the Rev. Horace Chapman were to officiate. Interment was to be in the church cemetery.

Mrs. Miles died Sunday night in Providence Hospital after several weeks’ illness.

Mrs. Lillie Miles’ Funeral Services This Afternoon

Funeral services for Mrs. Lillie Morgan Miles will be held Today at 5 o’clock this afternoon from Union Baptist Church, near Blaney, conducted by the Rev. L. F. Steele, the Rev. R. Y. Brookshire, and the Rev. Horace Chapman were to officiate. Interment will be in the church cemetery.

Active pallbearers will be Norman Cook, John Coker, Willard Coker, Curtis Morgan, Leo Morgan and Grover Morgan.

Honorary pallbearers will be Harvey Hipp, David F. Nesbitt, John Smith, A. B. Coates, Judson Brooks, John Gibbs, Berlin Matthews, J. B. Billings, Johnnie Williams, Talley Redmond, Albert Bowen, Dewey Brazell, Curtis Starnes, Ed Orr, Dr. Leon Khoury, Dr. Ed Schalfer and Dr. Gerald D. Scurry.

Active bearers are requested to meet at the residence at 3:45 and honorary bearers at the church at 4:55.

The body is at the residence, 1034 Bryan St.

Mrs. Miles died Sunday night in Providence Hospital after several weeks’ illness.

Born in Kershaw County, April 30, 1883, she was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nash Morgan (Kathryn “Katie” McDonald Morgan). She was a member of Saxon Baptist Church of Spartanburg.

Surviving are two daughters. Mrs. Emily Pritchard and Mrs. D. D. Motley, both of Columbia; three sons, Zed L. Miles of Columbia, Jesse M Miles and Rufus H. Miles both of Spartanburg; four sisters, Mrs. Anstis Cooper, Mrs. Marion Coker, both of Blaney, Mrs. Cora Ross of Camden, Mrs. Daisy Cook of Columbia; a brother, A L. Morgan of Blaney and 11 grandchildren.

August 29, 1955  Columbia Record (published as The Columbia Record)  
Columbia, South Carolina
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August 30, 1955  Columbia Record (published as The Columbia Record)  Columbia, South Carolina
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August 30, 1955  State (published as The State)  
Columbia, South Carolina
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Located in Union Baptist Church Cemetery
Elgin, Kershaw County, South Carolina, USA
Located in Union Baptist Church Cemetery
Elgin, Kershaw County, South Carolina, USA
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