Worship service celebrates diversity A worship service designed to celebrate the diversity of the S.C. Conference of the United Methodist Church is set for 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at The Township. The service is open to the public. “Celebrating Our Diversity” will emphasize the variety of cultures and worship styles within the church and South Carolina, and will include Native American, Hispanic, African … Continue reading FAITH NOTES


LUGOFF-ELGIN The Lugoff-Elgin schools are part of the Kershaw County district. Clip and save this chart to help guide you through the school year. CONTACTING THE DISTRICT * By phone: The district’s general phone number is (803) 432-8416. * Via the Internet: The district’s Web site address is SUPERINTENDENT Ralph Cain * Office: 1301 Dubose Court, P.O. Box 7008, Camden, 29020 * Phone: (803) … Continue reading LUGOFF-ELGIN SCHOOLS

Ellerbe Luther Hornsby

1920 Ellerbe Hornsby was born on September 30, 1920 in Elgin, Kershaw, South Carolina, to  Michael Ernest “Mike” Hornsby and Dove “Dovie” Motley Watts Hornsby. 1930 Census Information: Mike E Hornsby is listed as the head of household; also in the home was his wife, Dovie Hornsby; and children, Boykin L Hornsby, Eliza T Hornsby, Viola A Hornsby, Otto Ernest Hornsby, Lillian E Hornsby, Lizzie M Hornsby, … Continue reading Ellerbe Luther Hornsby

Curtis Everett Brown

1928 Curtis Everett Brown was born on 01 Nov 1928 in Elgin, Kershaw, South Carolina, USA a child of Leslie P Brown and Lillian Watts. He had eight siblings, namely: Lester E Brown, Leslie E Brown, Thomas Brown, Elise Brown, Maxcy Paul Brown, Ophelia Brown, Rudolph Travis Bradley, and Madge Hammonds.  1930 Curtis E Brown was counted in the census on 03 May 1930 in … Continue reading Curtis Everett Brown