On August 2, 1929, Myra Joyce Rose was mentioned in the newspaper article, FAIREST AND HEALTHIEST AMOUNG SIX HUNDRED
On September 7, 1930, Joyce Rose was listed in newspaper article “Children’s Party Is Given At Blaney.”
On September 10, 1950, Miss Joyce Rose was listed in the newspaper article “Denmark Schools Open Session.”
On September 14, 1967, Mrs. W. L. Shaw Sr., was listed as the living mother in the obituary of Nancy Rose Shaw.
On September 6, 1980, Mrs. W. L. (Joyce) Shaw Jr. was listed as a living daughter in the obituary of Mrs. Boykin Rose.
ANDREWS – Joyce Rose Shaw, a retired public school teacher, died Sunday in Lexington. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday in First Baptist Church of Andrews. Burial, directed by McKenzie Funeral Home, will be at 4:30 p.m. in Rose Hill Cemetery in Marion.
Mrs. Shaw was born in Blaney, a daughter of Boykin Kershaw Rose and Almena Alice Byrd Rose. She was a graduate of Columbia College. She was a teacher with Denmark, Lexington, Darlington, Marion and Andrews schools. She was an active member of First Baptist Church and a member of the Green Bud Garden Club.
Surviving are her husband, Walter L Shaw Jr.; a son, Walter L. Shaw III of Columbia; a daughter, Rebecca A Shaw of Lexington; and a brother Boykin Kershaw Rose Jr of Columbia.