Haskell Gibson

1973 Haskell Gibson, 56, died Monday, August 27, 1973 in a Columbia hospital. Born in Blaney, he was a son of the late Joe Gibson and Clara Samuel Gibson. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Gertrude Boykin Gibson; four daughters, Mrs. Clara Woodward, Mrs. Sylvester Thomas, and Misses Rosa Gibson and Eloise Gibson of Ridgeway; three sons, Haskell Gibson, Sherman Gibson and Herman Gibson of Ridgeway; … Continue reading Haskell Gibson

Notice to Contractors: South Carolina State Highway Department Columbia

Sealed bids will be publicly opened at 9:00 A.M. Tuesday, September 18, 1973 at the Hotel Wade Hampton, Columbia, S. C. for the construction of the following projects: Aiken-Kershaw-Richland-Sumter-Clarendon-Orangeburg Counties – S. C. File Nos. 2.5010, 28.5010, 40.5009, 43,5005 & 14.5005 – 38.5003 – (Bridge Painting) – the cleaning and painting of the following bridges; a bridge over Three Runs Creek on US Route 278 … Continue reading Notice to Contractors: South Carolina State Highway Department Columbia

Jacobs – Jones

Miss Sarah Aletha Jones of Hopkins and Otto “Toby” Morris Jacobs Jr. of Elgin exchanged wedding vows at 7 p.m. Saturday in Greenlawn Baptist Church. The Rev. James G. Jennings heard the vows. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh E. Jones of Hopkins are the parents of the bride. She is a graduate of Lower Richland High School. The bridegroom’s parents are Mr. and Mrs. Otto Morris … Continue reading Jacobs – Jones

Ethel Kelly Peake

1891 Ethel Kelly Peake was born September 26, 1891 in Blaney, South Carolina, daughter of James Logan Kelly and Hattie Sharpe Kelly. 1920 On January 29, 1920, Ethel V. Kelly was listed in the newspaper article “Licensed to Wed.” 1973 Mrs. Ethel Kelly Peake, 82, wife of Lawrence Peake, died Saturday, August 18, 1973 in a local hospital. Born in Blaney, She was a daughter … Continue reading Ethel Kelly Peake