Sarah C Bowen was counted in the census on 09 May 1930 in Wateree, Kershaw, South Carolina, USA, as a 4-year-old, female, single, white, daughter. Also in the home was her father, Talmage E Bowen; her mother, Sarah I Bowen; her adopted brother, Heyward Keels; and her grandmother, Annie L Bowen.
On September 7, 1930, Sarah Bowen was mentioned in newspaper article, Children’s Party Is Given At Blaney.
Sarah Bowen was counted in the census on 05 May 1940 in Wateree, Kershaw, South Carolina, USA, as a 14-year-old, female, single, white, daughter. Also in the home was her father, Earl Talmage Bowen; her mother, Sarah Poovy Bowen; and her grandmother, Annie Bailey Bowen.
On April 19, 1942, Miss Sarah Bowen was mentioned in the newspaper article, Miss Sarah Bowen.
On April 29, 1945, Sarah Bowen was mentioned in the newspaper article, Columbia College May Queen and Court.
On May 2, 1945, Sarah Bowen was mentioned in the newspaper article, Columbia College May Day Set For Saturday.
On June 10, 1948, Sara Bowen was mentioned in the newspaper article, Watson-Jeffers Wedding Plans.
On March 20, 1949, Sarah Catherine Bowen was mentioned in the newspaper article, Sarah Catherine Bowen.
When she was 23, she married Charles M. Emanuel Jr., son of Charles M. Emanuel Sr. and Harriett Rebecca Saunders, in Apr 1949.
On September 27, 1976, Mrs. Charles Emanuel was mentioned as a living daughter in the obituary of Earl Talmadge Bowen.
On March 20, 2003, Sarah Emanuel was mentioned in the newspaper article Elgin watch company changed a community.
She died on 21 Nov 2015 in Lexington, Lexington, South Carolina, USA at Carroll Campbell Place. She was buried on 25 Nov 2015 in Elgin, Kershaw, South Carolina, USA at Salem United Methodist Church Cemetery.
ELGIN – A graveside service to celebrate the life of Sarah Catherine Bowen Emanuel will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Monday, November 23, 2015, at Salem United Methodist Church Cemetery, 2810 Bowen Street, in Elgin, South Carolina, 29045. The Reverend Tim Burleson will officiate. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be sent to Salem United Methodist Church, PO Box 66, Elgin, SC 29045.
Sarah Bowen Emanuel died on Saturday, November 21, after a long battle with Alzheimer’s disease at the Carroll Campbell Place in Lexington, South Carolina. Born on June 8, 1925, she was the daughter of Earl Talmadge Bowen and Sarah Ivey Poovey Bowen, and stepdaughter of Jean Starnes Bowen, all of Elgin.
Her husband, Charles M. Emanuel, predeceased her, and she is survived by her four daughters, Harriett Camilla Emanuel Watson (Alan), Sarah Ivey Emanuel, Rebecca Jean Emanuel Cone (Mike), and Catherine Bowen Emanuel, and two grandchildren, Madison Burns Cone (Paige), and Sarah Alexandria Watson.
Sarah Emanuel graduated from Fassifern School for Girls in Hendersonville, North Carolina, and from Columbia College. A former English teacher, she also served as a Kershaw County Soil Commissioner and was a lifelong member of Salem United Methodist Church.
The family would like to extend its thanks to the dedicated care workers on Ellis Crossing at the Carroll Campbell Place. In particular, the family thanks Michelle, Wilma, Sandy, Ashley, Linda, Sophie, Doris, Gladys, Dot, April, and others who treated their mother with respect, dignity, and great care. In addition, the family thanks Tri-County Hospice (Kim) for the excellent care she gave their mother.
Kornegay Funeral Home, Lugoff-Elgin Chapel, is in charge of the arrangements.