Lillian Hormsley was counted in the census on 09 Jan 1920 in Wateree, Kershaw, South Carolina, USA, as a 1-year-old, female, single, white, daughter. Also in the home was her father, Mike Hormsley; her mother, Lovie Hormsley; her siblings; Alma Hormsley, Edward Hormsley, Boykin Hormsley, Liza Hormsley, Viola Hormsley, Otto Hormsley, and Jimmie Hormsley; and her grandmother, Lilas Motley.
Lillian E Hornsby was counted in the census on 02 May 1930 in Wateree, Kershaw, South Carolina, USA, as a 11-year-old, female, single, white, daughter. Also in the home was her father, Mike E Hornsby; her mother, Dovie Hornsby; and her siblings; Boykin Hornsby, Eliza T Hornsby, Viola A Hornsby, Otto E Hornsby, Lizzie M Hornsby, and Ellerbe Hornsby.
Lillian Rabon was counted in the census on 19 Apr 1940 in Wateree, Kershaw, South Carolina, USA, as a 21-year-old, female, married, white, wife. Also in the home was her husband, William Thomas Rabon; and their children; Eugene Rabon and Delores Rabon.
On March 19, 1969, Mrs. W. T. Rabon was mentioned as a living daughter in the obituary of Mrs. Dovie Motley Hornsby.
On February 4, 1957, Mrs. W. T. Rabon was listed as a living daughter in the obituary of Mike Hornsby.
On September 17, 1971, Mrs. Lillian Rabon was listed as as a living sister in the obituary of Boykin L. Hornsby, Sr.
On February 16, 1985, Mrs. George Miller was listed as a living sister in the obituary of Mrs. Eliza Hornsby Branham.
On May 1, 1989, Mrs. Lillian Miller was listed as a living sister in the obituary of Edmond W Hornsby.
August 6, 1996, Lillian Miller was listed as a living sister in the obituary of Otto Ernest Hornsby.
On July 26, 2001, Lillian Miller was mentioned as a living sister in the record of Ellerbe L. Hornsby.
She died on 16 Mar 2003 in Cayce, Lexington, South Carolina, USA. Lillian E Hornsby was buried on 18 Mar 2003 in West Columbia, Lexington, South Carolina, USA at Southland Memorial Gardens.
CAYCE – Services for Lillian Rabon Miller, 84, will be held at 3 p.m. today at Cayce First Baptist Church, officiated by the Rev. Joseph Borgkvist, with burial in Southland Memorial Gardens. Honorary pallbearers will be the Home Makers Sunday School Class. Thompson Funeral Home of West Columbia is in charge. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorials be made to Cayce First Baptist Church where Mrs. Miller was a lifelong member.
Mrs. Miller died Sunday, March 16, 2003 at her home. Born May 7, 1918 in Elgin, she was the daughter of the late Mike Hornsby and Dove Hornsby. She was a member of Home Makers Sunday School Class at Cayce First Baptist Church. She had retired after 30 years of service as a federal employee at Fort Jackson. She was recognized by the U.S. Army for her cost reduction efforts.
Surviving are her husband, George C. Miller of Cayce; daughters and son-in-law, Delores Rabon Church of Cayce, Irene Rabon and Donald T. Burriss of Lancaster; son and daughter-in-law, Thomas Eugene and Nell Rabon of Lexington; six grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; stepchildren, Ronnie Turner and Phil Miller. She was predeceased by her first husband, William Thomas Rabon.