Loma Williams Gardner

CAMDEN – The funeral of Mrs. Loma Williams Gardner, 75, was to be held at 4 o’clock this afternoon, December 21, 1956 at Bethany Baptist Church, Westville, with interment in the church cemetery. Mrs. Gardner, a lifelong resident of Camden, was a daughter of Syburn Williams and Martha Phillips Williams and the widow of J. B. Gardner. Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Henrietta West of … Continue reading Loma Williams Gardner

Christmas At Carolina

Christmas At Carolina: The pledge class of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity at the University of South Carolina entertained 29 boys between the ages of five and ten from Epworth Children’s Home in Columbia at their annual Christmas party last week. Each pledge sponsored one little boy, and presents for all were under the decorated tree. University coeds invited to act as hostesses included Liz McKibben … Continue reading Christmas At Carolina

James Lindsay Guy

1873 James Lindsay Guy was born March 11, 1873 in York County, South Carolina, son of James L. Guy and Louisa Holmes Guy. 1953 On October 3, 1935, Mr. J. L. Guy was listed in the newspaper article “South Carolina Man Marries In Cambridge.“ 1956 CAMDEN – Funeral services for James Lindsay Guy were to be held at his home at 1900 North Lyttleton Street, … Continue reading James Lindsay Guy

Corrie Texanna Copeland Hook Whiteside

1872 Corrie Texanna Copeland Hook Whiteside was born April 12, 1872, in Orangeburg, Orangeburg County, South Carolina, a daughter of Joseph Copeland and Catherine Kaminer. 1920 Census Information: According to the United States census reported on January 22, 1920, Thomas B Whiteside (34) owned a home in Lexington, Lexington County, South Carolina with his wife, Corrie T Whiteside (47), his sons; Erskine H Whiteside (6) … Continue reading Corrie Texanna Copeland Hook Whiteside