Kershaw County, South
Married on the 19th inst., by Rev. S. P. Murshinson,
Mr. Dove Segars to Miss C.
A. Pitts of Kershaw. (Camden Weekly Journal, Jan. 24,
Camden , Aug. 22. – Mr. and Mrs. T. McKee announce the
engagement of their sister, Miss Margaret S.
Graham, to Newton C. Boykin of Camden ,
the marriage to be in early autumn. Miss Graham is not a stranger here
where she has often visited as the guest of Mrs. Kerr. Lovely in person
and pleasing in manner she has many friends and admirers and will be
cordially received in social circles to which she will be quite an
addition. Mr. Boykin is a member of one of Camden ’s oldest and most
prominent families, and is among the most progressive young business men.
[State – 23 Aug. 1915 ; transcribed by Marla Zwakman]
Marriages Notices Abstracted from Newspapers
Published in Camden, South Carolina 1822-1842 complied by
Janie Revill, Columbia, S C (1936)
Abstracts from the
Southern Chronicle and Gazette; transcribed by Mary Gilliam.
ABBOT, Rebecca W. -m. Rev. Henry D.
BARNES, Miss Martha -m. John
BARLOW, Samuel H., a merchant of St.
Armand, N. Y. -m Miss Rebecca J. Eccles, daughter of
Capt. James Eccles of Canada Sun. 7th ult., by Rev. Reid.
At St. Armand, N. Y.
(Issue of Dec. 1,
BELT, Mary -m. Addison
BLAIR, John J., merchant -m. Miss
Martha C. Ray; both of this Town; Tues. eve. Last; by
Rev. Davis. (Issue of Nov. 6, 1822.)
Dr. S. -m. Miss Mary A. Bullard of Mass., 2nd.
Inst. By Rev. Cook. (Issue of Oct. 15,
BULLARD, Mary A. -m. Dr. S
CANTEY, Col. James W., of Camden -m.
Miss Camilla Florida Richardson, daughter of Capt. John
P. Richardson of Clarendon; Tues. 26th. Ult., at
Clarendon, by Rev. Chandler. (Issue of April 4,
CARPENTER, Lydia -m.
COLEY, W. D. - m Miss Rebecca
King, in Pendleton Dist. 17th. Ult., by John T. Lewis.
Esq. (Issue of Sept. 3, 1823)
"of this town" -m. Elisa Louisa Simpson Late of
Charleston, 10th. ult. (Issue Sept. 1, 1824)
Catherine -m. Maj. Wm. Laurens
CUNNINGHAM, Jane B. -m. Y. L.
DWIGHT, Isaac Mason -m. Martha M.,
daughter of Col. Thomas Porcher; all of St. Johns,
Berrkley; Thurs. 22nd. Ult., by Rev. Campbell. (Issue May
ECCLES, Rebecca J. -m. Samuel H.
EVERAGE, Addison, of Darlington -m. Miss
Mary elt of Sumter; Monday evening; last; by Wm. B. Hart,
Esq. (Issue of Dec. 8, 1824)
John, of Sumter Dist. -m. Mrs. Margaret W.
Pope Of Kershaw Dist. , by Rev. Rosamond, on beaver
Creek; Tues. last. (Issue of Dec. 24, 1823)
Honoria -m. Isaac A. Richbourg.
Mary -m. Dr. Joseph S. Inglesby.
Henry D. -m. Miss Rebecca W. Abbott of this
place. Thurs. last, by Rev. Mabre. He was of Sumter
Dist. (Issue of Nov. 26, 1823)
Mary -m. William E. Johnson.
______m. James Rutledge.
HONIE, Elizabeth -m. W.
HUGER, Emily Ann -m. John Harleston
INGRAM, W. K. -m. Miss Elizabeth Honie,
both of this place; Thurs. last, by Rev. Glenn. (Issue of
June 9, 1824)
INGLESBY, Dr. Joseph S., of
Charleston -m. Miss Mary Grant, Daughter of the late Wm.
Grant, Esq., at Georgetown; 13th. by Rev. Hartwell of
Sumter Dist. (Issue of June 9, 1824)
E., merchant -m. Mrs. Hodges; both of This town;
at Beaver Creek; Thurs. last, by Rev. Tucker. (Issue of
May 5, 1824)
JUGNOT, Charles, a merchant of this
place -m. Miss Marie Antionette, daughter of the late
Peter Anthony Poincignon, Deceased; 13th. inst. (Issue of
Mar. 24, 1824)
KENNEDY, Capt. J., of this place
-m. Miss Charlotte Rochelle Of Fairfield Dist., Thurs.
last, by Rev. R. Tucker. (ISSUE OF FEB. 11,
KERSHAW, Sarah -m. Benjamine
KING, Rebecca -m. W. D.
LAWRENCE, Alexander, J. -m. Miss Maria
Snow, in February County, N. C. 7th. ult., one of the
editors of the Raleigh Star. (Issue of Sept. 3,
MACFEAT, William -m. Mrs. E. P. Sayres;
Wed. 10th. inst., by Rev. Nicholas Tally. (Issue April
MATHIS, I. G. -m. Miss Mary McKenzie;
31st. ult., by Rev. Thompson Glenn. All of Sumter Dist.
(Issue Aug. 20, 1823)
MURRAY, James S., of
Camden, S. C. -m. Miss Aurelia P. Pearse, daughter of
Robert Pearse of Providence, R. I. In Philadelphia; 22nd.
Inst. (Issue of April 4, 1822)
-m. Col. Thomas T. Williamson.
PAYNE, Dicey - m.
PEARSEE, Aurelia - m. James S.
PECK, Deborah -m. Eliphalet
PECK, Eliphalet -m. Miss Deborah Peck, in
Greenwich, Conn., By Rev. David Peck. (Issue April 7,
1824) This notice Carries a bit of verse about the three
pecks and a bushel.
PITTS, John, a merchant -m.
Miss Martha Barnes; 12th inst. By rev. Parsons; all of
Sumter Dist. (Issue of Dec. 18, 1822)
Antionette -m. Charles Jugnot.
William Laurens -m. Miss Mary Catherine
Cotton, Youngest daughter of the late James Wright
Cotton; Tues. 11th. inst., all of Cheraw: by Rev.
Copeland of Marlborough; In Cheraw. (Issue of May 19,
POPE, Mrs. Margaret W. -m John
PORCHER, Martha M. -m. Isaac Mason
RAY, Martha C. -m. John J.
READ, John Harleston -m. Miss Emily Ann
Huger, daughter of the Late Col. Francis Huger; Wed.
17th. inst., at Prospect Hill The residence of Benj. Huger,
Esq., by Rev. Gibbes.
(Issue of May 2,
RICHARDSON, Mrs. Anne -m. George F.
RICHARDSON, Camilla Floride -m. Col.
James W. Cantey.
RICHBOURG, Isaac A. -m. Miss
Honoria Gerald, both of Sumter Dist., Sun. eve. Last; by
Rev. Henry D. Green. (Issue Of Dec. 10,
ROBINSON, Y. L., OF Columbia -m. Miss Jane
B. Cunningham Thurs. 20th May, at Cedar Creek, by Rev.
John Boyle. (Issue of June 9, 1824)
Charolette -m. Capt. J. Kennedy.
James -m. Miss Hicks, daughter of James Hicks
of Virginia, and lived on the Salcatches, South Carolina.
Husband Unknown to advertiser-advertisement by Hicks R.
Shropshire Eldest son of John and Dolly Shropshire, in
re-estate Left them. (Issue of June 2,
Mrs. E. P-m. William
SHANNON, Mary -m. John D.
SIMPSON, Louisa -m. James
SMITH, Archibald -m. Miss Lydia
Carpenter; 20th. inst., Tues. by Rev. Tucker. (Issue of
May 28, 1823)
SNOW, Martha -m. Alexander J.
THOMAS, George -m. Miss Dicey Payne,
Sunday last "in this town." By Wm. B. Hart, Esq. (Issue
Aug. 20, 1823)
WILLIAMSON, Col. Thomas T., of
Fairfield Dist. -m. Miss Tirza McWillie of
Kershaw; Thurs. 17th inst., by Rev. Boyle. (Issue of June
WINN, John D. -m. Miss Mary Shannon
last eve., by Rev. Tucker; all of this town. (Issue of
Dec. 15, 1824)
Marriages Notices Abstracted from
Newspapers Published in Camden, South Carolina 1822-1842
ADAMS, John, Clerk
of Court for Lancaster Dist. -m. Miss Delila M'Niel,
formerly Of York Dist., at Lancasterville; 26th. Ult. By
Rev. Robinson. (Issue of June 4,
complied by Janie Revill, Columbia, S C (1936)
Abstracts from the Southern Chronicle and Gazette;
transcribed by Mary Gilliam.
ADAMSON, William, of Camden, S. C. -m.
Miss Frances A. Carmichael, in Morris-Town, N. J., on 23rd, ult., by
Rev. Mr. Holmes. She was daughter of the late David
Carmicheal of Morristown. (Issue June 4, 1836)
Elisha, of Georgia -m. Miss Margaret Rogers of this
Dist., Last, by Rev. Thomas Berry. (Issue of June 4,
ADDISON, George W., formerly of this town
-m. Miss Artemize Richard of Oplousa La. 10th. Ult.
(Issue Nov. 9, 1833)
ADDISON, George W.,
formerly of this town - m. Miss Martha Bell, 16th. Ult.,
at Opelousas, La. (Issue of July 14,
ADKINS, James C., formerly of this place
-m. Miss Matlida M. Russell of Lancaster. Tues. 24t.,
ult., by Rev. Copeland. (Issue of June 4,
ALEXANDER, Henry D. W. -m. Miss Mary W.
Alexander, in Mecklenberg County, N.C., Tues. 17th.
Inst., by Rev. R. Morrison. (Issue of Oct. 27,
ALEXANDER, Mary W. -m. Henry D. W.
ALLEN, Elizabeth C. -m. Eugene
ALLEN, Frances, of this town -m. Miss
Mary Brown, in Sumter Dist., Thurs. 29th Ult., by Rev.
Young. (Issue of Jan 7, 1852)
ALLEN, Maria -m.
Col. Michael Reinhardt.
AIKEN, Capt. James, "of
this town" -m. Miss Mary Dixon, eldest daughter of
John Dixon of Charleston, in Charleston, Tues. eve. 1st.
inst., by Rev. Hanckle. (Issue of Jan.12,
ANCRUM, William, of Camden -m. Miss Julia
Arthur of Columbia; Wed. eve. Last, By Rev. Benj.
Tradewell. (Issue of March 31, 1827 - from the Columbia State
Gazette of the 24th. Inst.)
L. -m. Samuel D. Carter.
William -m. Miss B. Douglas, eldest daughter of James
K. Douglas, at Morristown, N. J., on 24th. Ult., (Issue
of Aug. 23, 1828)
ANDRE, John S., of a merchant
this town e-m. Miss Keziah Stuart, daughter Of Mr. Allen
Stuart; Thurs. last, by Rev. Tucker. (Issue of Feb. 26,
APPLEWHITE, William -m. Miss Francis
Sophia Clarkson; Tues. eve. Last; 19TH Inst., by Rev.
Davis; all of this town. (Issue of April 30,
ARTHUR, Julia -m. William
ASHCRAFT, John -m. Miss Martha Hasty,
daughter of Stephen Hasty, Esq. 7th ult., in Anson
County, N. C. (Issue April 14, 1832)
T., of Pittsborough -m. Miss Margaret Ann Hill, daughter of
Green Hill, in Raleigh, N. C. (Issue of Sept. 21,
BARKELY, Maria L. -m. John
BARNES, George W., of Sumter Dist. -m.
Miss Emeline Susannah Clarkson Of this place, in this
town; Thur. eve. Last; by Rev. Whiteford Smith. (Issue of
Oct. 21, 1827)
BATHUNE, R. -m Miss Nancy McLoud;
30th ult., by Rev. T. Berry; both of Sumter. (Issue of
June 3, 1826)
BECKHAM, George D., merchant -m.
Miss Elizabeth, daughter of Mrs. Dicey Gaston, at
Lancasterville, S. C., Thurs. eve. 26th. Inst., all of that
place. (Issue of Mar. 29, 1828)
Martha -m. George W. Anderson.
Vincent, of Autauga Co., Ala., -m. Mrs. Nancy Harrison,
relict of the late Reubin Harrison 7th. Inst., Thorntree
Creek, Fairfield Dist., by J. Hickle, Esq. (Issue of July
BERRY, James B. -m. Miss Elizabeth
Childers; both of this place; Sunday eve. Last; by Rev.
Misseldine. (Issue of Mar. 17, 1827)AM
Mary -m. William Sowell.
Wiley -m. Charles Bullard.
Whitney -m. Miss Rebecca Agnes Lee, daughter of the late
Francis S. Lee, Esq., of this town; Tues. eve. Last, in
this town; by Rev. Witherspoon. (Issue of July 30,
BONCHELLE, Laura E. D. -m. Harris Smith
BOUCHINOT, Elisa, of the Cherokee Nations
of Indians -m. Miss Harriet B. Gold, daughter of Deacon
Benj. R. Gold, in court. (Issue May 6, 1826)
Jemima -m. Henry Schrock.
Amanda -m. Maj. B. K. Pierce - see death notice of Mrs.
Amanda Pierce, issue of Feb. 5, 1831.
Charlotte Lang -m. James Taylor.
Burwell -m. Miss Sarah W. Lang, daughter of Thomas Lang,
Esq. 9th inst., in this town (Camden); by Rev. John
Witherspoon. (Issue April 18, 1833 or 35)
Henry -m. Mrs. Jane Rhodes; Thurs. last; by Rev. Mr.
Phillips; both of This place. (Issue May 16,
BREVARD, Mary M. -m. Richard T.
BREWER, Calais -m. Miss Susan, daughter
of Lewis Miles DesChamp, grand- Daughter of Rev. Wm. Wayne of
Georgetown; on Thurs. eve. 7th Inst., by Rev. Thos.
Berry. (Issue of May 16, 1835)
Eliza -m. Charles H. N. Wheeler.
Polly -m. George Tarr.
-m. Miss Sarah, daughter of Capt. Ben McCoy; in this
Dist., Wed. 8th. Inst., by Rev. Thos. Berry. (Issue of
April 18, 1835)
BROWN, Sarah Ann -m. John W. F.
BRONSON, Francis S., a printer -m. Miss
Mary Tillery; both of Columbia Tues. 30th. July; by Rev.
English. (Issue of Aug. 10, 1835)
T. "of Sumterville" -m. Miss Mary M. Brevard of
Lincolnton County, N. C. on 22nd. April 1828; by Rev.
Henry N. Pharr. (Issue May 17, 1828)
Charles -m. Miss Julia Wiley, daughter of Col. A.
Bludsworth on Mon. 30th. March, at Natchitoches, La. "Oh
Fortunati Ambo" (Issue May 16, 1829)
Daniel Pomeroy, M. D. -m. Mrs. Mary Douglas, daughter of
the late Benj. Perry, Esq., at Liberty Hill, Kershaw
Dist., by Elijah Sill, Esq. 29th. April. (Issue of May 9,
BUZZARD, Louisa -m. Robert
BYNUM, Sarah -m. William
CAMPBELL, Hon. John of Marlborough,
Representative to Congress from That Dist. -m. Mrs. Jane
Thomas, daughter of the late Alex. McQueen Esq., at
Cheraw on 27th. Ult., by Rev. Powers. (Issue of June 18,
CAMPBELL, Capt. Peter -m. Miss Maria
Pettus of York Dist. On Tues. 21st. Inst., Capt. Campbell
a resident of Harrisburg. (Issue of Sept. 30,
CANTEY, Sarah -m. P. A. Stockton - see
death notice of Mrs. Sarah
CAPERS, Rev. Samuel
W., pastor of the Methodist Church of this place
-m. Miss Abthiah or Alethiah Harvey Thornton, eldest
daughter of Phinehas Thorton of this town. (Issue of Jan.
CARMICHAEL, Frances A. -m. William
CARNES, James A., of Lancasterville -m.
Miss Mary DuRant of Sumter Dist., 1st. inst.,
inst., by Rev. J. H. Thornwell. (Issue of Nov. 5,
CARPENTER, D., of Camden -m. Miss Carolina
Frances Holmes of New York 21st. inst., in Richmond, Va.,
by Rev. Courtney. (Issue of Oct. 28, 1826)
Lydia -m. Archibald Smith - see death notice of Mrs. Lydia
CARTER, Hon. John, a representative in
Congress from this Dist. -m. at Washington City, on the
12th. Inst., to Miss Ellen Marbury, daughter Of Capt. Wm. Marbury of
Georgetown, D. C. by Rev. Campbell. (Issue of Feb. 21,
CARTER, Matilda Lee -m. Thomas Moore
CARTER, Samuel D. -m. Miss Margaret L.
Anderson, daughter of the late John Anderson, Esq., near Sumterville
on 5th. Inst., by Rev. Harrington (Issue Aug. 10,
CATONNET, Josephine L. -m. Alexander
CHAMPION, Eliza H. -m. M.
CHESTNUT, Harriett S. -m. William J.
CHESTNUT, Col. John -m. Miss C. E.
Whitaker; all of this place; Wed. 10th. Inst., by Rev.
Joyce. (Issue May 13, 1826)
CHILDERS, Darling J.
-m. Miss Martha Thompson of the State of Georgia,
at Hopeville, This Dist., 6th by Rev. E. L. Fraser.
(Issue Sept. 10, 1836)
CHILDERS, Elizabeth -m.
James B. Berry.
CLARK, Catherine E. -m. Dr.
CLARK, Dr. John T., of Camden -m.
Miss Jane C. Dyson, daughter of Aquilla Dyson; 28th, ult.
In York Dist., by Rev. B. Walker. (Issue of Dec. 8,
CLARK, Sarah C. D. -m. John C.
CLARKSON, Esther Ann -m. Ebenezer P.
CLARKSON, Emeline Susannah -m. George W.
CLANTON, Emily -m. John
CLARKSON, Frances Sophia -m. William
CLARKSON, Eliza Jane -m. Wm. J.
CLAPP, Mary L. -m. Nathaniel P.
CLIFTON, Dr. Algernon S., of Columbia
-m. Miss Caledonia C. McCall, of this Place; 20th. Inst.,
by Rev. Davis. (Issue of May 24, 1828)
Nancy -m. R. Bethune.
of this town -m. Miss Sarah Stratford, eldest daughter
of Geo. Stratford, Esq., 15th. Inst., by Rev. Capers.
(Issue April 24, 1830)
COOK, Francis, "of this
place" -m. Miss Margaret M. Ellison, eldest Daughter of
John Ellison of Fairfield; Wed. 25th. June; by Rev.
Adams. (Issue of July 4, 1828)
W. -m. Miss Ann Eliza Benbow, Thurs. 7th. Inst., in
Sumter Dist., by Rev. Joseph B. Cook. (Issue Dec. 23,
COLZY, Eugene -m. Miss Elizabeth C. Allen,
daughter of Francis Allen, Tues. Eve. Last by Rev. R.
Tucker. (Issue of Mar. 1, 1828)
CRAIG, Miss S.
E. -m. Dr. Alexander, Williams.
Ichabod -m. Miss Susannah Hook, in Newstrad, N. Y., by Rev.
Crook; "By Hook or Crook, this loving pair, are bound in
wedlock chains, what Is a hook without a crook, or hook
without a crane." (Issue Feb. 18, 1826)
S. -m. John J. Little.
J. -m. Miss Eliza Perry Wed. 18th. Ult., in Sumterville; by
Rev. Thomas D. Glenn; all of Sumter Dist. (Issue Nov. 4,
CURETON, Miss Ann D., daughter of Edward
Cureton, Esq., formerly of This town -m. Thomas C. March
of Tuscaloosa, Ala. 29th. Ult., By Rev. W. Murrah. (Issue
Oct. 17, 1835)
CURETON, Mary -m. Rev. William
CURETON, James B. -m. Miss Mary M.
Cunningham, daughter of Joseph Cunningham of Beaver
Creek; 12th. inst., by Rev. Campbell. (Issue Of Feb. 28,
CURETON- see Doby for
CULLY, John W. -m. Miss Polly
Quattlerbom; Thurs. 25th. Ult. By John Knox, Esq., all of
Lexington Dist. (Issue of Aug. 10, 1833)
M. -m. James B. Cureton.
DAVIS, John M.
-m. Miss Ann Eliza Grant; Thurs. 6th. Inst., near Society
Hill, By Rev. Dossey. (Issue Oct. 15,
DEAS, Miss E. Allen -m. John M.
DEAS, Lynch Horry, M. D. -m. Ellen,
daughter of James K. Douglas 14th. Inst., by Rev. John
Witherspoon. (Issue of Jan. 17, 1835)
Sally -m. Dr. Josiah C. Hott.
Susan -m. Calais Brewer.
F. -m. James G. Holmes - see death of Mrs.
Elizabeth F. Holmes.
M. -m. Miss Eliza H. Champion, daughter of the late Richard
L. Champion; Thurs. eve., by Rev. Edward Phillips. (Issue of Dec. 1,
DePASS, Jacob -m. Miss Eliza Jones "both
of this place" on Thurs. 19th. By Rev. Tucker. (Issue of
Feb. 21, 1829)
DISMUSHES, Mary Jane-m. E
DIXON, Mary -m. Capt. James
DOBY, Elizabeth -m. James
DOBY, James -m. Miss Sarah Ann English,
daughter of the late James English; Thurs. eve. Last; by
Rev. Davis. (Issue of April 5, 1828)
A. -m. William S. Hughson.
Isaac -m. Miss Rebecca J. Mickle, daughter of the late
Robert Mickle, Esq., both of Kershaw Dist. 17th. Ult., by
Rev. Witherspoon. (Issue Mar. 7,
DONALDSON, John -m. At Cheraw 12th. Inst.,
in 25th. Year. (Sept. 24, 1831)
Sarah Jane -m. James R. M'Kain.
Ellen -m. Dr. Lynch Horry Deas.
Mary -m. Dr. Daniel Pomeroy Bush
Sarah B. -m. William Anderson.
C. -m. Dr. Sterling M. Wheaton.
George -m. Miss Margaret Miller; Tues. 7th, inst., at
George M'Kinney's; by Rev. Campbell; all of this Dist.
(Issue of Aug. 25, 1832)
DUNLAP, George H.,
merchant of this town -m. Miss Louisa Long of Charleston;
7th. Inst., in Charleston. (Issue of Dec. 25,
DuRANT, Mary -m. James A.
DUNLAP, James -m. Miss Elizabeth A.
Doby, daughter of the late John Doby Esq., all of this
town; Tues. 22nd. Inst., by Rev. S. W. Capers.
(Issue Feb. 26, 1831)
DUREN, Jane -m.
Dr. E. Mayhew.
DYSON, Jane C. -m. Dr. John T.
EDWARDS, Thomas H. -m. Miss Margaret
Marshall, at Society Hill, on Thurs. 18th. Inst., Rev.
Marshall. (Issue of June 27, 1829)
ELLERSE, Dr. William
C. -m. Miss Ephatha M. Sanders of Sumter Dist., Tues. 20th
Inst., by Rev. J. B. Cook. (Issue of July 1,
ELLISON, Margaret M. -m. Francis
ELMORE, Col. F. H., of Walterborough -m.
Miss Harriet C. Taylor of Columbia, in Columbia, Thurs.
10th. Inst. By Prof. Henry. (Issue May 26, 1827)
Sarah Ann -m. James Doby.
Smith, of Wilcox, Ala. -m. Miss Laura E. D. Bouchelle, late
of South Carolina; 21st. April, in Athens, Ga., by
President Church. (Issue Ma 8, 1830)
Martha -m. Dr. Hugh W. Henry.
Joseph, a merchant, formerly of this place -m. Miss Rachel
Herron All of Darlington; Thurs. 15th. Inst., at Mount Elon;
by Rev. Taylor. (Issue of Apr. 24, 1830)
James -m. Miss Rebecca Thompson, Wed. last; both of this
town. (Issue of Mar. 9, 1833)
FIELDS, Epsey - m.
FOGG, Susan -m. Moses
FRIDAY, Sarah -m. Sampson
GASTON, Elizabeth -m. George
GERALD, Wm. J., merchant -m. Miss Eliza
Jane Clarkson, daughter of Wm. Clarkson, deceased of Charleston; in
this town; Thurs. eve. 29th. Ult., by Rev. Murrah. (Issue Dec.
GLENN, Rev. Joshua N., of Athens, Ga.
-m. Miss Sarah G. Wingfield of Washington, by Rev. L. J. C.
DeAmason; 5th. Aug., in George. (Issue Of Sept. 6,
GOLD, Harriet B. -m. Elisa
GRANT, Ann Eliza -m. John M.
GRANT, William J. -m. Miss Harriet S.
Chestnut, daughter of Col. James Chestnut; Wed. last, by Rev.
Witherspoon. (Issue May 4,1833)
HAILE, Mary W.
-m. William Kennedy.
HAMILTON, Jane -m. James C.
HARDY, Harriet -m. Richard
HARRIS, Britton -m. Miss Pherobe Mixon,
daughter of John Mixon; Thurs. 15th. Ult., by Rev. James
Hudson; both of Darlington Dist. (Issue July 1,
HARRISON, Mrs. Nancy -m. Vincent
HARRISON, Elizabeth -m. John G.
HASTY, Martha -m. John
HATCH, Lucy C. -m. Rev. R. W. Bailey.
- (See death notice of Lucy C. Bailey)
P. -m. Miss Margaret A. Reid; Thurs. 31st. ult.,
by Rev. Edward Phillips (Issue Feb. 9,
HEALTON, Abigail -m. Joel
HENRY, Dr. Hugh W., of Montgomery, Ala.
-m. Miss Martha Falconer Of Montgomery, Ala., a niece of J.
Falconer, Postmaster, 6th. Inst., by Rev. Conpere; all formerly
of Sumter Dist. (Issue Of Feb. 23, 1828)
Rachel -m. Joseph Fenet.
Ann -m. Wm. T. Bain.
HOBSON, Moses -m.
Miss Susan Fogg, in Salem, Mass. "Hobson's choice." (Issue
Nov. 7, 1829)
HOLLEYMAN, Margaret -m. David
HOLLINGSWORTH, Elizabeth Jane -m. James
HOLMES, Caroline Frances -m. D.
HOOK, Susannah -m. Ichabod
HUGER, John M. -m. Miss E. Allen Deas,
daughter of Col. James S. Deas; Thurs. 12th Inst., by
Rev. Phillips. (Issue of April 21, 1832)
S. "of this place -m. Miss Mary A. Doggett, daughter of
the Late Henry Doggett of Charleston, S. C., Thurs. 15th.
Inst., Columbia, S. C. By Rev. Dr. Goulding. (Issue of Mar.
HUNT, John -m. Miss Emily
Clanton, eldest daughter of Nathaniel Clanton; 16th. Inst., at
Liberty Hill; both of that place; by Rev. John Boyer. (Issue
Jan. 20, 1827)
INGRAHAM, John A. -m. Miss
Margaret Stogner, eldest daughter of John Stogner, Esq., in
Lancaster Dist., 29th. March; by Rev. S. S. Burdett.
(Issue of April 18, 1835)
IRVIN, Dempsey -m.
Miss Rebecca Lowery; both of Sawney's Creek, Kershaw Dist.;
5th. Inst., by "Rev. J___M___"(?) (Issue of Oct. 14,
JACKSON, Rebecca -m. M. M.
JENKINS, Harriet B. -m. Allen
JENKINS, Sarah Y. -m. Wm. C.
JONES, Eliza -m. Jacob
JONES, Izabella, -m. Jesse
JONES, Jemima -m. Dr. Briggs - see
death notice of Mrs. Jemima Briggs.
Nathaniel, age 91 years -m. Miss Rebecca Wheat, age 19
years, at Red Oak Camp, Kershaw Dist. "Frost Bitten Wheat." (Issue
Sept. 27, 1828)
JUMELLE, Caroline L. -m. Capt.
John C. M'Ra.
KENNEDY, David, of this town -m.
Miss Margaret Holleyman daughter of Herman Holleyman of
upper Salem, in upper Salem, Thurs. last; by Rev. Murro
(Issue of Sept. 7, 1833)
merchant -m. Miss Mary W. Haile, daughter of Capt. Benj.
Haile; all of this place; Thurs. last; by Rev.
Davis (Issue of May 7, 1831)
R. -m. Robert A. Young.
of Chesterfield Dist. -m. Miss Isabella Mercheson of
this Dist., by Rev. Wm. Hudson. (Issue of Oct. 30,
LAIRD, Nancy -m. D.
LANG, Sara W. -m. Capt. Burwell
LANGLY, Dr. Samuel, of Camden -m. Miss
Martha P. Prioleau of Charleston In Jefferson County,
Fla., 4th. Ult., by Rev. Bragg. (Issue Nov. 24,
LEE, Dr. Joseph -m. Miss Catherine E.
Clark, Wed. even last; by Rev. Hoskins; All of this
place. (Issue of June 10, 1826)
Agnes -m. Eli Whitney Boney.
A. -m. Henry H. Little.
H. of New York -m. Miss Margaret A. Little, daughter
of Wm. Little, Esq. (Issue of Oct. 24,
LITTLE, John J. -m. Miss Eliza S. Crimm;
Sun. eve. 22nd. Inst. By Joseph Mickle, Esq., both of
Sawneys Creek, Kershaw Dist. (Issue of Nov. 28,
LONG, Louisa -m. George H.
LOVE, Joel -m. Miss Abigail Healton,
both of Lancaster Dist. 23rd April, by Rev. Joseph
Copeland. (Issue May 10, 1828)
LOVE, Sarah -m.
Thomas W. Love.
LOVE, Thomas W. Love -m Mrs.
Sarah Love; both of this Dist., Wed. Last in Camden, by
Rev. Copeland. (Issue May 17, 1828)
P. -m. Mary L. Clapp, daughter of Wm. W. Clapp,
at Boston. (Issue of Oct 24, 1829)
Caroline -m. William Sloan.
Larance -m. Capt. John William.
Rebecca -m. Dempsey Irvine.
Nathan of this place -m. Miss Tabitha Welden
of Sumter at Sumter, Thurs. eve. Last. (Issue Nov. 12,
MALLOY, Duncan, merchant of Cheraw, S.C.
-m. Miss Mary Ann Malloy, daughter of the late Charles
Malloy of Richmond County, N.C., 15th. Inst., by Rev.
M'Queen. (Issue of March 24, 1832)
Mary Ann -m. Duncan Malloy.
Daniel, of Washington City -m. Miss Angelina C.
Matthew Of this town; Tues. 17th. Inst., by Rev. Davies.
(Issue of June 4, 1831)
Ellen -m. Hon. John Carter.
Gaither -m. Miss Rebecca Ann Warren, daughter Of the late
Thomas Warren; all of this place; 7th. Inst., by Rev. James
Stacy. (Issue July 23, 1836)
-m. Thomas H. Edwards.
MARTIN, Robert "of
Charleston" -m. Miss Serena M. Daniel, daughter Of Mr.
Wm. Daniel of Camden; by Rev. Mr. Davis. (Issue Sept. 27,
MATHIEW, Angelius C. -m. Daniel
MAY, Ann -m. Joseph J.
MAYHEW, Dr. E. -m. Miss Jane Duren, 3rd.
inst., all of Beaver Creek. (Issue May 7, 1831)
Annette J. -m. Robert Z. Zewill.
Isabella -m. Thomas Kirbly.
J. -m. Issac Donavan.
Margaret -m. George Duncan.
MITTAG, John F.
G., Attorney at Law -m. Miss Ann M'Kenna, only
daughter Of Hon. Wm. M'Kenna, Dec. 22nd. 1828; all of
Lancasterville, S. C. By Rev. Campbell. (Issue of Jan. 3,
MIXON, Pherobe -m. Brittain
MOORAH, Allen, of Orangeburg, S.C. -m.
Miss Harriett B. Jenkins Of Sumter, Thurs. 18th. Inst.,
by Rev. H. D. Green. (Issue June 27,
MORRIS, Wibe -m. Miss Charity Short, near
Sneedsboro, by P.W. Kittrell, Esq. (Issue Sept. 14,
M'INTOSH, George Q., of this place -m.
Miss Jane A. Wilson, of Salem, Sumter Dist., 14th. Inst.,
by Rev. Herrington. (Issue of Mar. 23,
M'KAGEN, John W. P. -m. Miss Sarah Ann
Catherine Brown, daughter Of the late Samuel Brown, Sun.
eve. Last; by Rev. Samuel W. Capers. (Issue April 9,
M'KAIN, James R. -m. Miss Sarah Jane
Donelson; Tues. 24th. Inst., By Rev. B. English, in Columbia. (Issue
Sept. 28, 1833)
M'KENNA, Ann -m. John F. G.
M'KENZIE, James, Sr., of Sumter Dist.
-m. Miss Epsey Fields (Issue of Jan. 10, 1829)
McMillan, Thomas, a merchant -m. Miss Louisa R.
Ray; Thurs. eve. Last; By Rev. Mr. Davis. (Issue Feb. 27,
M'NIEL, Delia-m. John
McQueen, Donald -m. Miss Clarissa H.
Prince, daughter of Laurence Prince; all Of Cheraw; 7th.
Inst., by Uris Powers. (Issue Nov. 30, 1833)
Jane -m. 1st. Thomas, and 2nd. Hon. John
M'RA, Capt. John C. -m. Miss Caroline
L. Jumelle; daughter of the late Peter L. Jumelle, Eqs.
by Rev. Davis. (Issue of Nov. 14,
M'WORTER, Drusilla -m. Henry; Button
(or Britton) -see death notice of Mrs. Drusilla
M'WILLIE, Maj. William -m. Miss
Catherine Mary Anderson, a daughter of Dr. H. Anderson;
Thurs. last; by Rev. Phillips. (Issue of Mar. 19,
NILES, Ebanezer P. -m. Miss Esther Ann
Clarkson, daughter of the late William Clarkson, Jr.,
Thurs. eve. Last; by Rev. Davis. (Issue of Oct. 19,
NOAH, M. H. Editor of the "Enquirer"
-m. Miss Rebecca Jackson, only Daughter of Daniel
Jackson; in New York; Wed. eve. 28th. Ult., by Rev. Hart;
all of that, city. (Issue of Dec. 4, 1827)
M., of Charlotte, N. C., Miss Elizabeth Jane
Hollingaworth, Daughter of Hollingsworth, formerly of
Robeson County, N. C., at LaGrange, Ala., 13th. Ult., by
Rev. Wm. H. Ellison. (Issue Dec. 7, 1833)
Josiah C., of Columbia -m. Miss Sally Deas, eldest daughter
of Col. James S. Deas, in this town; Wed. last; by Rev.
Phillips. (Issue Mar. 24, 1832)
Sampson -m. Miss Sarah Friday, on Colonel's Creek, 15 miles
from Camden; Thurs. 23rd. ult. (Issue Mar. 5,
PATE, James C. -m. Miss Jane Hamilton,
Wed. last, at the Methodist Church; Both of this place;
by Rev. J. Stacy. (Issue of April 16, 1836)
Thomas W. -m. Miss Sarah J. Roberts, in this place. Sun.
eve. Last, By Rev. Mr. Brasington. (Issue Jan. 3, 1835-
paper out of Order in the bound volume, see
PERRY, Eliza -m. Joseph J.
PERRY, Mary -m. 1st. _________Douglas,
and 2nd. Dr. Daniel Pomeroy Bush.
-m. Capt. Peter Campbell.
PICKETT, Reuben -m.
Miss Mary Jane Dismukes, daughter of Col. Wm.
Dismukes, At Wadeboro, N. C., 1st. inst., by Rev. Wright.
(Issue of Oct. 24, 1829)
POOL, E. A., formerly
of N. Y. City -m. Miss Ellen Daniel, daughter of Mr.
Wm. Daniel, in this town, Tues. last, by Rev. Philips.
(Issue of Sept. 24, 1831)
PRINCE, Clarissa H.
-m. Donald M'Queen.
PRICLEAU, Martha P. -m. Dr.
PUNCH - see Jos. R.
PURVIANCE, Anthanes -m. Miss Elizabeth
F. Schrock "in this town" Tues. eve. Last; by Rev.
Capers. (NOTE: UNCERTAIN as to whether town referred
to Was Camden, S. C., or Boston, Mass., but Rev. Capers
was of South Carolina.)
Polly -m. John W. Cully.
RAY, Ann -m.
James P. Richbourg.
RAY, Louisa R. -m. Thomas
REID, Lemuel, of this town -m. Miss
Eliza A. McCord of St. Mathew; 22nd. Ult., in St. Mathews
Parish; by Rev. Motte. (Issue of Jan. 28, 1829)
Margaret A. -m. Henry F. Hatfield
Col. Michael, of Lincoln -m. Miss Maria Allen, formerly of
New London, Conn., on 20th. Ult., by Rev. Patrick J.
Sparrow. (Issue Of Nov. 14, 1829)
Elizabeth -m. Dr. William Reynolds.
Jane -m. Henry Brace.
-m. George W. Addison.
RICHBOURG, James P. -m.
Mrs. Ann Ray; all of Sumter Dist. Wed. 25th. Ult., By
Rev. S. W. Capers. (Issue of April 19, 1828)
Robert -m. Miss Louisa Buzzard; 29th. March, in Orangeburg
Dist., by Rev. S. S. Burdett; both of Orangeburg Dist.
(Issue of April 19, 1828)
RIVES, John G., -m.
Miss Elizabeth Harrison, both of Fairfield Dist., 15th.
Inst., By G. H. Marches. (Issue Feb. 18,
ROBERTS, Sarah J. -m. Thomas W.
ROCKWELL, John A., atty. At law -m. Miss
Mary Watkinson; daughter of Joseph Perkins, Esq., in
Norwich, Conn., by Rev. Mitchell; all of that City.
(Issue of Oct. 22, 1831)
ROGERS, Margaret -m.
ROSSER, John -m. Miss Maria L.
Barkely, daughter of James Barkely; 13th. Inst., at
Winnsborough; by Rev. Brearly. (Issue of Aug. 17,
ROWE, Joseph J. -m. Miss Ann May, at
Cheraw; 31st. inst. By Rev. Mr. Stacey. (Issue March 7,
RUSSELL, Matilda -m. James C.
SANDERS, Elphatha -m. Dr. William C.
SCHROCK, Elizabeth -m. Anthanes
SCHROCK, Henry, of this place -m.
Miss Jemima Bowers, daughter of Edward Bowers; at Beaver
Creek; 10th. Inst. (Issue of June 30, 1832)
Elizabeth Caroline -m. Joseph D. Humphreyville - see death
notice Mrs. Elizabeth Caroline
SINGLETON, Mary Rebecca -m. Hon.
SHECUT, William -m. Miss C. H.
Wells. Thurs. 27th. March; by Rev. Joseph Copeland; both
of Kershaw Dist. (Issue of April 5, 1828)
William, formerly of this place -m. Miss Sarah Bynum,
daughter of Drury Bynum, Esq., at residence of the
bride's father; Mon 12th. Inst. By Rev. Scriven. (Issue
Dec. 21, 1836)
SHORT, Charity -m. Willie
SLOAN, William -m. Miss Caroline Lowery
at Ordinary's Office, in this town (Camden); by Rev.
Thos. Perry; Wed. last. (Issue of April 18, 1835)
William, of Kershaw Dist. -m. Miss Mary Blackwell of
Chesterfield Dist., Thurs. 21st. inst. By Rev. Thomas
Berry. (Issue of Oct. 30, 1830)
-m. Benjamin Cook
STOCKTON, Philip A., of the U.
S. Navy -m. Miss Sarah Cantey, daughter of the Late Gen.
Z. Cantey of this place; in Philadelphia; 14th. Feb.
last. (Issue of May 8, 1830)
Margaret -m. John A. Ingraham.
Keziah -m. John S. Andre.
Catherine -m. William F. Wright.
George -m. Miss Polly Brown, at Glouchester, Mass. (Issue
of Jan. 9, 1830)
TAYLOR, Harriet C.
-m. Col. F. H. Elmore.
TAYLOR, James, Esq., of
Columbia -m. Miss Charlotte Lang Boykin of this Place, in
this town; Wed. last; by Rev. Mr. Philips. (Issue Of Oct.
TAYLOR, Joshua -m. Miss Lydia Webber,
at Alfred, Maine. (Issue of Jan. 16,
TILLER, Edmund -m. Miss Harriett Tiller;
Thurs. 8th. Inst., on Lynch's Creek By Rev. Berry; all of
this place. (Issue of April 17, 1830)
Harriett -m. Edmund Tiller.
Mary -m. Francis S. Bronson.
Mary -m. Albert Anderson.
Jane, daughter of Alexander McQueen -m. Hon. John
THOMPSON, Martha -m Darling J.
THOMPSON, Rebecca -m. James
THORNHILL, Jesse -m. Miss Izabella
Jones, both of this place; Thurs. last; by John Goodwin,
Esq. (Issue Aug. 12, 1826)
Harvey -m. Rev. Samuel Treadwell, near
Winnsborough, S. C., age 56 years; born in Hanover, N.
J.; Baptist for nearly thirty years. (Issue of Sept. 24,
VAUGHAN, John C. of Camden -m. Miss Sarah
C. D. Clark of Savannah, Ga., At Savannah, on 16th. Ult;
by Rev. Neufville. (Issue of March 7,1829)
William, merchant of this place -m. Miss Sarah W.
Murray, Daughter of J. S. Murray of Philadelphia, but
formerly of this town; 22nd. Ult. (Issue of Oct. 8,
WADE, Alexander, of Charleston -m. Mrs.
Josephine L. Catonnet, formerly Of this place; 14th.
Inst., by Rev. Wm. Capers. (Issue of Oct. 26,
WATKINSON, Mary -m. John A.
WARREN, Nancy -m. Joseph H.
WARREN, Rebecca Ann -m. Alexius Gaither
WEBSTER, Lydia -m. Joshua
WELDEN, Tabitha -m. Nathan
WELLS, Miss C. H. -m. William
WEST, John C. -m. Miss F. Nancy C.
Eccles, all of Camden; 9th. Inst., by Rev. Freeman.
(Issue June 16, 1827)
WILDER, Richard -m. Miss
Harriet Hardy, in Bertie County, N. C. (Issue of March
WILLIAMS, Dr. Alexander of Sumter
Dist. -m. Miss S. E. Craig of Chesterfield Court House;
Thurs. 15th. Nov. by Rev. Powers. (Issue of Nov. 24,
WILLIAMS, Capt. John, of Kershaw Dist. -m.
Miss Larance Lowry, daughter Of Rev. James R. Lowry of
Twig's Country, Ga. In that county. (Issue Feb. 9,
WILLIAMS, Col. John H., of Society Hill
-m. Miss Sarah C. Witherspoon, daughter of Hon. John D.
Witherspoon of Society Hill; 29th. Ult. At Rocky River
Spring, N. C., by Rev. John Holroy. (Issue Oct.
WILLING, Thomas Moore -m.
Matilda Lee Carter, daughter of Bernard Carter, Esq.,
23rd. July; in London. (Issue of Sept. 24, 1831)
Jane A. -m. George Q. McIntosh.
G. - m. Rev. Joshua N.
WITHERSPOON, - See death notice Capt.
WITHERSPOON, Sarah C. -m. Col.
John N. Williams.
WHEATON, Dr. Sterling M. -m.
Miss Sarah c. DuBose; daughter of the Late Serre DuBose,
Esq., Sat. 23rd. ult., by Rev. Hoskins. (Issue Jan. 13,
WHEAT, Rebecca -m. Nathaniel
WHEELER, Charles H. N. -m. Miss
Minerva Eliza Brook; daughter Of William M. Brook, at
Stateburg, Sunday, 6th. Inst. (Issue Dec. 13,
WHEELER, Joseph H. -m. Miss Nancy Warren,
daughter of Capt. Peter Warren; Wed. last, by Rev. Davis,
in this town. (Issue of Dec. 1,
WHITAKER, Miss C. E. -m. Col. John
WHITAKER, Major John -m. Miss Margaret
M'Ra, daughter of the late Duncan McRa; Thurs. eve. Last;
by Rev. Reynolds Bascom. (Issue of May 26,
WHITAKER, L. L., of this place -m.
Miss Muir, of Charleston; Wed. eve. At Col. W. J Taylors;
by Rev. Witherspoon. (Issue of Nov.
WORKMAN, Wm. C. -m. Miss
Sarah Y. Jenkins, daughter of Rev. James Jenkins; at
Pleasant Hill, Sumter Dist., thurs. 29th. Ult. (Issue of
Jan. 7, 1832)
WRIGHT, William F., of Cheraw. And
formerly of this place -m. Miss Martha Catherine,
daughter of Manson Sylvester, Esq. of Sumter Dist., Wed.
eve. Last; by Rev. Whiteford Smith. (Issue of June
YOUNG, Robert A. -m. Miss
Mary R. Kershaw, daughter of the late Col. John Kershaw;
in this town; Wed. last, by Rev. Philips. (Issue of Jan.
ZEWILL, Robert Z., of Sumterville -m.
Miss Annette J. Menard; 8th. Inst., by Rev. Birmingham.
(Issue Sept. 17, 1836)
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SOUTH CAROLINA 1822-1842, COMPILED BY JANIE REVIL, COLUMBIA
CAROLINA (1936) ABSTRACTED FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRONICLE
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