1878 & 1905 Observer
Including 1998-2000
Newspaper abstracts by Edith Greisser
Newberry County, South Carolina Genealogy Trails

Boag, S. Mrs. and son Willie of Charleston visited in Newberry, Herald 7/12/1883, page 3

Boatner, Newton was arrested on suspicion of the murder of a two-day-old baby. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/20/1904

Boatner, Sam, arrested for implication in an attempted theft. COURT OF SESSIONS, burglary, true bill, Newberry Observer 3/20/1890

Boatright, A. J. of Co. ‘K’ 13th Regt. under Col. O. E. Edwards was wounded at the Battle of Second Manassas on 8/29/1862. Newberry Observer, 5/4/1893

Boatright, Ed colored, had chills and took a teaspoonful of what he thought was quinine. He went to sleep and never woke up – he had taken morphine by mistake. Newberry Observer 10/9/1895

Boatwright, J. J. Mrs. died of typhoid fever on 9/11/1905. Her daughter Gracy Boatwright died 9/12/1905 and two other children died recently of the same thing. Burial was at Hall Cemetery. Another child was now sick. Five others in the family have recovered. Page 2, Newberry Observer 9/12/1905

Boatwright, John D., 94 years old, died 1/1/1999 at White Oak Manor. Born in North Carolina, he was a son of Thomas and Emma Boatwright. Burial was in Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 1/4/1999

Boazman Mrs. of Chappells was the mother of Mrs. D. Simmons of Hodges. Newberry Observer, 1/16/1890

Boazman, Archie Miss of Chappells was teaching in Marion County. Page 1, Newberry Observer 4/26/1904

Boazman, David colored, viciously attacked Joe Davis colored, with a knife. Page 3, column 4, Newberry Observer 6/23/1892; He was sent to the Penitentiary for 4 months. David Boazman, COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS, aggravated assault and battery, guilty, 4 months in the Penitentiary, Newberry Observer, 7/14/1892

Boazman, Dempie S. Miss married J. W. Simmons formerly of Chappells but now of Greenwood on 12/9/1883 at the church near Chappells officiated by Rev. A. A. Gilbert, The Herald, 1/3/1884, page 2

Boazman, Earl R., 75 years old, died Wednesday, 11/24/1999 at Self-Memorial Hospital in Greenwood. Born in Chappells, he was a son of the late Joe J. and Janie Reel Boazman. Burial was in Chappells Baptist Church Cemetery. Whitaker Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 11/29/1999

Boazman, Earl was on the ‘roll of honor’ at Chappells school commencement with an average over 90. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/3/1902

Boazman, F. E. Mrs. suffered damage during the cyclone on 2/17/1903. The wing to her house was twisted and blown off its pillars. The chimneys were blown down. Page 5, Newberry Observer 2/20/1903

Boazman, J. B. was having a dwelling house built on the corner just below the Baptist Church. Page 4, Newberry Observer 2/2/1904

Boazman, J. J. Dr. of Ninety-Six died 2/19/1901. Newberry Observer 2/21/1901

Boazman, Johnnie, son of Ralph Boazman, who broke his arm a year ago, was going to NY to have a surgical operation performed in the hope of saving his life. His grand father was accompanying him. Since the break, the bone has become diseased and refused to heal. Newberry Observer 5/7/1891

Boazman, Mamie Miss was home for the holiday from Greenville Female College. Newberry Observer 6/26/1895

Boazman, Ralph S. was re- appointed as Assessor for Township No. 7 Newberry Observer, 1/12/1893; W. J. Holloway, R. S. Boazman, O. P. Saxon and John R. Scurry were in Newberry on 1/18/1893, Newberry Observer 1/19/1893, page 3; he was seen in Newberry yesterday, Observer 2/16/1893, page 3

Boazman, Sallie of Ninety-Six married J. C. Utsey of Rock Hill, on 7/14/1891 by Trial Justice Maybin. It was an elopement. Newberry Observer 7/16/1891

Boazman, Wash was seen by the Laurens editor. Wash Boazman had been severely crippled by the cyclone which demolished Chappells in Feb. 1884, Herald 10/16/1884, page 3; He was attacked by a vicious bull but escaped serious injury. Newberry Observer 7/23/1890; W. W. Boazman, was a Private of the QUITMAN RIFLES, part of the original roll, published on Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/4/1900; Washington M. Boazman, a native of Newberry County, born and reared in Chappells, son of Cooper Boazman was found in a starving condition in his room in the Whitmire Building Greenville. He was a Confederate Veteran, member of the 3rd Regt. later transferred to the 7th Cavalry. He was living in Chappells when the cyclone hit 20 years ago and was carried hundreds of yards by the cyclone with his leg broken in 2 or 3 different places. In Greenville he was known as ‘Little Reb’ due to the fact that ever since the war he had worn his regulation cap and uniform. He made a living with his mechanical abilities. Chief Becknell sent food and a physician and money was collected to engage a room at a boarding house where he will be sent and cared for. Page 4, Newberry Observer 6/23/1905

Bobb, Ada Miss of Excelsior was sick with pneumonia. Newberry Observer 12/25/1895; Ada Bobb, daughter of William Bobb of Bachman Chapel section, died 12/26/1895 of typhoid pneumonia at age 17 years, 10 months, 23 days. Burial was at the Bachman Chapel burying ground. Newberry Observer 1/1/1896

Bobb, Belle married John Tolbert both of Newberry on 3/26/1899 by Rev. W. S. B. Ford. Newberry Observer 3/30/1899

Bobb, Berly belonged to Co. G, 13th Regt. SC Vols. But was now dead, Herald 5/30/1884, page 3

Bobb, C. F., was a parent of a male, white child, delivered by Dr. P. G. Ellisor on 11/14/1900. Parents are Mr. C. F. Bobb, merchant and Mrs. C. F. Bobb, of Newberry City, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library); Bobb, male, white, delivered by Dr. P. G. Ellesor, at Newberry City, on 9/9/1902. Parents are C. F. Bobb, clerk in Grocery store and Mrs. C. F. Bobb of Ward 2, Newberry City, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library); C. F. Bobb who has been doing a small grocery business has made assignment of his stock to W. S. Ruff. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/7/1902

Bobb, C., operative, living in Newberry, and wife have a white male child born 12/26/1898, delivered by Dr. P. G. Ellisor. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Bobb, Commodore married Agnes Signal on 7/5/1897 by Rev. E. P. McClintock. Newberry Observer 7/7/1897

Bobb, F. W. B. of Co. ‘G’ 13th Regt. under Col. O. E. Edwards was killed at the Battle of Second Manassas on 8/29/1862. Newberry Observer, 5/4/1893

Bobb, F. was re-elected as a Trustee of Prosperity High School for a term of 3 years, Herald 6/14/1883, page 3;

Bobb, Fannie Miss, daughter of Lawson Bobb of Newberry married Joseph Mack Coppock by Rev. D. P. Boyd at the Methodist Parsonage on 11/2/1902. Page 8, Newberry Observer 11/4/1902

Bobb, Francis his infant son George Francis Bobb died 3/25/1883, Herald 4/5/1883, page 3; Francis Bobb was selected as a juror for Common Pleas Court for March Term, Observer 3/16/1893, page 3; he was a merchant in Prosperity – who he was and what he had to sell, The Prosperity Advertiser 11/24/1897, page 1;

Bobb, Francis of Co. ‘H’ Holcombe Legion received his Confederate Cross at the Memorial Day Services held at Newberry on 5/9/1903. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/12/1903

Bobb, Frank attended the reunion of Confederate soldiers in Nashville TN. leaving from Newberry on 6/21/1897. Newberry Observer 6/23/1897

Bobb, Furman, 19-year-old son of Mr. Lawson Bobb, died at the home in Factoryville 1/10/1897. Newberry Observer 1/13/1897; Furman Bobb, male, white, died 1/10/1897, of Endocarditis. He lived in Ward 5, a resident of Newberry City for 3 years, was 19 years old, born in Newberry County. Reported by Dr. P. G. Ellisor. Buried in a County cemetery. (Record of Death Returns for the City of Newberry kept at the Newberry County Library)

Bobb, G. L. and M. H. Buzhardt bought 5 acres of land in No. 10 Township for $45, herald 3/15/1883, page 3; of Co. ‘G’ 13th Regt. under Col. O. E. Edwards was severely wounded at the Battle of Second Manassas on 8/29/1862. Newberry Observer, 5/4/1893

Bobb, George Francis infant son of Francis Bobb died 3/25/1883, Herald 4/5/1883, page 3

Bobb, Gertrude Miss visited in Edgefield, Newberry Observer 1/5/1893, page 3; She closed her school at Saluda Academy. Page 5, Newberry Observer 4/7/1905; Miss Gertrude Bobb taught school at Reagin last session. Page 5, Newberry Observer 4/29/1904; Gertrude Bobb will be the teacher for St. Lukes for the coming year. The enrollment for the past session was 100. Page 4, Newberry Observer 7/7/1905

Bobb, Grace, see Grace Bobb GILSTRAP, Newberry Observer 10/25/1999

Bobb, H. Leroy, 68 years old, of Prosperity, husband of Nancy Frick Bobb, died 8/27/2000 at the Palmetto Medical Center. Born in Newberry he was the son of Annie Mae Kinard Bobb and Homer A. Bobb. Burial was in Bachman Chapel Lutheran Church Cemetery. Whitaker Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 8/28/2000

Bobb, Jacob belonged to Co. G, 13th Regt. SC Vols. But was now dead, Herald 5/30/1884, page 3

Bobb, John married Miss Nettie Aull on 12/24/ 1905 at the residence of George B. Aull officiated by the Rev. J. A. Sligh. Page 1, Newberry Observer 12/29/1905

Bobb, L. A. Mrs. lost 6 chickens to minks. Her five-year-old daughter had been sick for the past week but was improving. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/8/1904

Bobb, L. A. ran a nail through his foot. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/8/1904

Bobb, Lawson Mrs. died at her home on 11/4/1901. Newberry Observer 11/7/1901

Bobb, Lawson was clerking at J. T. Smith’s store. Newberry Observer 9/14/1898

Bobb, Leroy, a note of thanks from his family to everyone who showed kindness during the period of bereavement. Newberry Observer 9/8/2000

Bobb, Lilly Leona, female, white, died 11/11/1900 of cholera infantum. She was 9 months old, born in SC and lived in Newberry, SC for two months. Reported by Dr. J. M. Kibler. Burial was in the Mill Cemetery. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Bobb, Luther belonged to Co. G, 13th Regt. SC Vols. But was now dead, Herald 5/30/1884, page 3

Bobb, Mamie Miss visited in Edgefield, Newberry Observer 1/5/1893, page 3; She married Berry Richardson on 12/17/ 1905 at the St. Paul’s Church Parsonage officiated by the Rev. J. A. Sligh. Page 1, Newberry Observer 12/29/1905

Bobb, Marie Miss was leaving for Atlanta where she will work in a millinery establishment. Newberry Observer 3/14/1901; Miss Marie Bobb has taken a trip to Baltimore, Washington and other points. Page 5, Newberry Observer 8/21/1903

Bobb, Minnie Miss married Robert G. Reagin on 3/7/1900 at West End at the home of the bride’s parent Lawson Bobb, officiated by the Rev. Charles H. Armstrong. They will rent rooms at the home of J. B. Walton on Adams St. Newberry Observer 3/8/1900

Bobb, Mrs. of Prosperity attended the Atlanta Exposition with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Counts. She then visited her sister Mrs. U. B. Whites of Atlanta GA, Press & Reporter 10/25/1895, page 3

Bobb, Olin has gone to Phila. to work in the machine shops. Page 1, Newberry Observer 10/9/1903; He has returned from Phila. Page 5, Newberry Observer 11/6/1903

Bobb, R. A. sold 57 acres of land in No. 11 Township for $400, Herald 7/26/1883, page 3

Bobb, Rebecca A. bought 57 acres of land in Township No. 11 for $30 from C. C. Evans; an interest in 57 acres of land in Township No. 11 for $117.50 from Thomas Bobo; 57 acres of land in Township No. 11 from Tilla I. Boland, Herald 8/2/1883, page 3

Bobb, Rufus married Miss Emma Curry on 12/4/1883 by Rev. R. W. Barber at the home of Greenberry Willis, all of Laurens, Herald 1/10/1884, page 3

Bobb, Sallie Sue Mack, 96 years old, widow of Aumerl S. Bobb, died 1/11/2000 at Saluda Nursing Center. Born 12/13/1903 in the Mt. Pleasant Community of Newberry Co., she was a daughter of John William and Frances Ellen Felker Mack. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 1/12/2000

Bobb, Sarah Mrs. 75 years old, of No. 10 Township died 10/6/1893. Newberry Observer, 10/12/1893

Bobb, Vera Miss visited her sister Mrs. W. L. Mathis. Page 5, Newberry Observer 6/2/1905

Bobb, Viola Miss of Newberry, daughter of Lawson Bobb was married to Wilbur Mathis of Prosperity by Rev. P. H. E. Derrick at Prosperity on 11/2/1902. Page 8, Newberry Observer 11/4/1902

Bobb, W. H. of the Colony Democratic Club was elected Treasurer of the club and a delegate to the County Convention, Herald 6/5/1884, page 3; He was elected delegate of the Colony Democratic Club of Township No. 1 for the County Democratic Convention, Herald 6/12/1884, page 3

Bobb, W. Ham Mrs. has been suffering from mental deterioration for several years – a story of her wandering off and walking 56 miles to Donalds, SC. Page 3, column 5, Newberry Observer, 7/14/1892; Mrs. W. H. Bobb was taken to the Asylum 8/ 21/1894. Newberry Observer, 8/22/1894

Bobb, W. M., of Cannon Creek, in attempting to cut off a tree limb, cut his leg at the shin as his axe slipped. Part of the bone was chipped off. Mr. Bobb was using crutches. Newberry Observer 2/7/1889

Bobb, William Mrs. died at her home in Bachman Chapel on 6/23/1898 with burial at the cemetery at Bachman Chapel. Newberry Observer 7/6/1898

Bobo, Baby, female, white, delivered by J. M. Kibler M. D., on 9/6/1912. Parents are Hosea Bobo, mill operative, and Mrs. Hosea Bobo, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Bobo, Charles B. a prominent merchant of Laurens has sold his business and home and moved with his family to Louisville KY where he will take a course in Baptist Theology preparing for the Ministry. Page 1, Newberry Observer 1/22/1904

Bobo, Gladys, see Gladys CAMPBELL, Newberry Observer 3/31/1999

Bobo, infant, 1 month old colored, died January 1870 of pneumonia. Newberry County Mortality Census for the Year ending 6/1/1870. NEWBERRY TOWNSHIP

Bobo, Jim, COURT OF SESSIONS, housebreaking and larceny, plead guilty. Newberry Observer, 11/14/1894; 1 year in the Penitentiary, Newberry Observer, 11/21/1894

Bobo, R. D. of Cross Keys married Lula Bishop, niece of C. W. Bishop, on 11/16/1890 at her mother’s home in Union. Newberry Observer 11/20/1890

Bobo, R. W. Corp., of Co. ‘A’ 13th Regt. under Col. O. E. Edwards was wounded at the Battle of Second Manassas on 8/29/1862. Newberry Observer, 5/4/1893

Bobo, Thomas was advertised having a letter for pick up at the Post Office, Herald 5/30/1884, page 3

Bobo, Tom, male, white, died 11/18/1901 of heart disease. He was 67 years old, born in SC and lived in Newberry, SC. for 67 years. Reported by Dr. W. G. Houseal. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Bocanegra, Jesus Suarez, 23 years old, died 5/10/1998. The story of his murder on page 1 & 7 of issue 5/11/1998. Born in Cunduacan, Tabasco Mexico, he was a son of Nicolas Suarez Zqapata and Mercedes Bocanegra Garcia. Whitaker Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 5/13/1998

Bodie, Angela Mrs., wife of B. N. Bodie, died before her father. She was the daughter of Eliza Lewie and William Langford and sister to Mrs. Malinda Higgins, Mrs. E. P. Matthews, Mrs. J. A. Henderson, Andrew J. S. Langford, Mrs. James R. Davidson, and Mrs. James F. Epting. Her brother, Pickens Langford was killed in the Confederate War at the Battle of Gettysburg. Newberry Observer 11/22/1900

Bodie, B. and wife of Leesville visited William Langford’s family, Herald 11/27/1884, page 3

Bodie, B. N. Mrs. nee Angella Langford, died at her home in Leesville, Lexington Co. on 9/11/1895. Aged 30 years, 5 months, 21 days. She leaves a husband and 2 children. Newberry Observer 9/18/1895

Bodie, B. N., merchant, living at Ward #4 in Newberry, and wife Angela Bodie have a white female child born 11/30/1886, delivered by Dr. O. B. Mayer Sr. Return of Births in the City of Newberry SC. 8/19/1885 to 12/15/1918 kept in the Newberry Co. Library; .His wife died 9/11/1895; Newberry Observer 9/18/1895; B. N. Bodie married Minnie Matthews of Leesville SC on 12/16/1896. Newberry Observer 12/23/1896;

Bodie, Middle S. enlisted from Newberry for the Spanish American War as a Private in Co. ‘B’ 1st SCV USA, formerly a weaver, single. Newberry Observer 5/18/1898

Bodie, Mildred Murrell, 80 years old, died 9/6/2000 at Edgefield Health Care Center. Born in Edgefield County she was a daughter of Tolbert and Fannie Covington Murrell. Burial was in Newberry Memorial Gardens. Bland Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 9/8/2000

Bodie, N. D. a member of the Newberry College Graduating Class 1893 gave an oration on "Popular Interest in Economic Problems" at Commencement, Newberry Observer 6/15/1893, page 3;

Bodie, N. D. was elected recording secretary of the newly formed Newberry College Chapter of the YMCA, Newberry Observer 1/12/1893, page 3; He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Newberry College. Newberry Observer, 4/20/1893; the subject of his oration at commencement was "Popular Interest in Economic Problems". Newberry Observer, 6/15/1893

Bodie, Nathan, fighting over the right of way of a road shot and killed J. A. Bodie who was survived by a wife and child. Newberry Observer 1/31/1889; Nathan Bodie, a recruit for the Spanish American War has been accepted after passing a physical exam. He was part of Captain S. J. McCaughrin’s Company under General Butler in the Hawaiian Islands. Newberry Observer 8/10/1898.

Bodie, Sallie C. married to Dr. D. M. Crosson at the home of the bride’s father, James C. Bodie on 9/27/1883 by Rev. J. E. Watson. Newberry Herald 10/4/1883

Bodie, W. P. married Ellie M. Devore, both of Newberry on 7/25/1895 at the home of the bride by Rev. A. J. Stokes. Newberry Observer 7/31/1895; William Bodie, mill operative, living at Ward #5 in Newberry, and wife Ellie Bodie have a white male child born 2/6/1898, delivered by Dr. J. M. Kibler; Bodie, female, white, delivered by Dr. J. M. Kibler on 11/26/1899. Parents are William Bodie, operative, and Ellie Bodie, of Newberry City, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boehm, Lizzie of Bridgeport Conn. married William C. Anderson, formerly of Newberry, S. C. on 11/29/1894 by Rev. E. K. Holden, Pastor of Olivet Congregational Church. Newberry Observer, 12/26/1894

Boff, Rosa Miss married Jim Sligh on 12/25/1902. Page 1, Newberry Observer 1/6/1903

Boggs, Otis Martin, 81 years old, husband of Ruth Shaw Boggs, died 2/24/1998 in Oconee Memorial Hospital. Born 9/3/1916 in Oconee Co., he was a son of George Martin and Bessie Smith Boggs. Burial was in Oconee Memorial Park Mausoleum. Sandlifer Funeral Home, Westminster was in charge. Newberry Observer 3/2/1998

Boinest, Ann C., 90 years old, formerly of Alexandria VA, widow of I. Hugh Boinest, died Sunday. Newberry Observer 8/18/1999

Boinest, J. B., graduated from Newberry College 1877 and will teach at Pine Grove Academy, near Mr. Rikards. Newberry Herald 3/22/1883; Correction – he had a flourishing school near St. Paul’s church, Herald 3/29/1883, page 3; J. Bachman Boinest married Miss Mamie Dickert at the home of the bride’s father W. H. Dickert on 12/11/1884 by Rev. G. W. Holland, Herald 12/18/1884, page 3

Boinest, Katie Miss of Pomaria visited relatives in Charleston, Herald 2/21/1884, page 3; Miss Katie Boinest was Vice-President of the Bethlehem Church sponsored Newberry College Memorial Endowment, Herald 8/7/1884, page 3; Miss Katie Ameo Boinest daughter of Rev. T. S. Boinest deceased married Ernest O. Counts on 12/11/1884 by Rev. S. T. Hallman assisted by Rev. G. W. Holland Ph. D, Herald 12/18/1884, page 3

Boinest, Lizzie Mrs. was the mother of Mrs. L. T. Brown. Page 5, Newberry Observer 10/30/1903; Mrs. Lizzie Boinest was the mother to Mrs. E. O. Counts of Prosperity. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/20/1904 & Page 1, Newberry Observer 5/5/1905 & Page 1, Newberry Observer 7/28/1905

Boinest, Mary Dickert Mrs. formerly of Newberry, now of Atlanta, visited relatives in Newberry. Newberry Observer 7/17/1895

Boinest, Mary Jean, 64 years old, of Prosperity, died 11/19/2000 at her home. Born in Prosperity, she was a daughter of William Bowman Boinest and Mary ‘Mamie’ Livingston Boinest. Burial was in Bethlehem Lutheran Church Cemetery. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 11/20/2000

Boinest, Mary Livingston "Mamie" Mrs., 99 years old, widow of W. B. Boinest Jr. died 5/4/2000 at Newberry County Memorial Hospital. Born in Prosperity she was a daughter of Berry MD and Alma Kibler Boinest. Burial was in Bethlehem Lutheran Church Cemetery. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 5/5/2000

Boinest, Miss was now Mrs. L. T. Brown of Spencer NC. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/19/1902

Boinest, W. B. was the teacher for Pine Grove School, Herald 3/29/1883, page 3; He was paid $30, $15, $30, by the Ordinary County Fund for the school district No. 10, year 1888-1889. Newberry Observer 3/6/1890; He was the teacher for Jolly Street School for this term. Newberry Observer 11/21/1891

BOLAND BROS. was paid $31.50, $5.95 by the County Commissioners during the year 1885, Herald 1/13/1886, page 2

Boland, A. M. put up a windmill. Newberry Observer 7/4/1901

Boland, A. N. Mrs. has two children sick with pneumonia. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/18/1903; Mrs. A. N. Boland gave a ‘Dime Social’ at her home in Little Mountain. The proceeds are for the improvement of the Lutheran Parsonage. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/8/1904; She was the daughter of Simeon Miller and a sister to A. H. Miller, John W. Miller, B. H. Miller, M. McD Miller, Mrs. P. E. Eargle and Mrs. J. H. Wise. She had twelve children, five were married. She had 8 grandchildren. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/3/1904

Boland, A. N. was elected delegate of the Mt. Tabor Democratic Club for the County Democratic Convention, Herald 6/12/1884, page 3; A. N. Boland was elected an Elder of Piney Woods Church in the Mt. Tabor section of the county, Herald 1/6/1886, page 2; A. N. Boland and the CN&L RR will build a large shed at Mr. Boland’s springs at the foot of Little Mountain for the convenience of picnic parties. Newberry Observer 3/2/1893, page 3; A. N. Boland of Little Mountain won a $10 prize at the State Fair for best mule SC raised, 1 year old, and a $5 prize for best barrel SC Flour. Newberry Observer, 11/15/1893; A. N. Boland had two daughters who were sick. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/26/1904; A. N. Boland had the finest field of wheat. Page 5, Newberry Observer 5/9/1905

Boland, A. P. won a $10 Prize for fast pair of trotting horses open to the world, $5 for single trotting horse open to the county at the Newberry Agriculture Fair, Herald 10/25/1883, page 2; He had an exhibit at the State Fair of some of his horses and mules. Newberry Observer, 11/8/1893; A. P. Boland of Sligh won a $10 prize at the State Fair for Saddle gelding, SC Raised. Newberry Observer, 11/15/1893; A. P. Boland of Taborville who has for the past year been training horses in PA, had come home on account of the death of his mother. Newberry Observer 12/25/1895

Boland, Ada married B. B. Davis at Little Mountain 3/23/1897. Newberry Observer, 3/24/1897

Boland, Adam of Prosperity died 5/24/1884, Herald 5/30/1884, page 2

Boland, Alma, 4-year-old daughter of D. C. Boland, died 8/29/1883. Herald 9/13/1883, page 3

Boland, Anna Miss of Little Mountain was sick. She was the sister of Mrs. C. F. Lathan. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/18/1903

Boland, Anna Mrs. was the grandmother to Mrs. J. B. Shealy. Newberry Observer, 8/15/1894

Boland, Annie Dowd, 87 years old, widow of G. Edgar Boland, died 3/12/1999. Born in Pomaria, she was a daughter of David D. and Agnes Koon Dowd. Burial was in Holy Trinity Lutheran Church Cemetery. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 3/15/1999

Boland, Annie Miss married Henry M. Fleidner on 7/16/1905 at the home of the bride’s father, D. C. Boland, officiated by Rev. O. B. Shearhouse. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/21/1905

Boland, Annie Mrs. 79 years old, died at her home in Taborville, Newberry County 12/13/1895 of pneumonia. Burial was in the family burial ground. Her son was A. P. Boland who has been training horses in PA for the past year. Newberry Observer 12/25/1895.

Boland, Arthur Paisley 9-year-old son of L. C. Boland of Prosperity, grandson of W. C. Meggett of Newberry died at the home of his mother in Prosperity on 12/7/1894. Newberry Observer, 12/12/1894

Boland, Bates of Chapin was the son of Jim Boland and a brother to George Boland of Augusta GA. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/28/1905

Boland, Bennie Lee was on the honor roll at Excelsior school. Newberry Observer 1/26/1899

Boland, Bonni, see Bonni Boland BARNES, Newberry Observer, 6/7/2000

Boland, Carrie, 2-year-old daughter of D. C. Boland, died 8/28/1883. Herald 9/13/1883, page 3

Boland, Cecil was on the third honor roll for the Fourth Grade from Oct. 3 to Nov. 27, 1904 at Little Mountain Graded School. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/9/1904; Cecil Boland received second honors for the fourth grade at Little Mountain School for the period 12/1/1904 to 2/1/1905. Page 5, Newberry Observer 2/3/1905

Boland, Claud was publicized as deceased by the Columbia State newspaper. However he was very much alive and married Miss Sallie Levister on 7/2/1902 at the Ebenezer Lutheran Church Parsonage. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/8/1902; Claude Boland visited his grandfather W. H. Blats. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/19/1904

Boland, Claude Mrs. of Columbia visited her grandfather W. H. Blats. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/5/1904

Boland, Clifton was on the honor roll at Excelsior school. Newberry Observer 1/26/1899

Boland, Cora Miss married George A. Bowers on 12/14/1902 at the St. Luke’s Parsonage by Rev. H. J. Mathias. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/19/1902

Boland, Cyril will attend the Catholic Institute at Nazareth NC this semester. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/9/1904; Cyril Boland attended school in Raleigh NC for the past two years. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/27/1905

Boland, D. C. his daughters Alma and Carrie died, Herald 9/13/1883, page 3; D. C. was paid $3.15 by the Ordinary County Fund for the year 1888-1889. Newberry Observer 3/6/1890; D. C. Boland’s mule died. Newberry Observer 3/26/1891; He was the brother to J. A. Boland. Page 5, Newberry Observer 5/9/1905

Boland, D. W. Mrs. of Prosperity was visited by her brother Mr. Miller and family of NY. Page 1, Newberry Observer 6/9/1905; She and her daughters Leah and Ruth, have returned from their trip to Atlanta. Page 1, Newberry Observer 9/29/1905; She was visited by her sister Mrs. J. W. Phillips of Atlanta GA. Page 5, Newberry Observer 10/6/1905

Boland, D. Walter, of the CN&L RR, his child was born 11/24/1902 and died in a few hours. Burial was at Prosperity Cemetery on 11/25/1902. Page 5, Newberry Observer 11/28/1902; D. W. Boland, was elected as Warden of Prosperity at a recent primary election. Page 5, Newberry Observer 3/18/1904; He was elected as Warden at a general election on 4/11/1904. Page 5, Newberry Observer 4/15/1904; D. W. Boland, and family of Prosperity were vacationing at the Isle of Palms. Page 5, Newberry Observer 7/22/1904; D. W. Boland, was elected as a warden of Prosperity. Page 5, Newberry Observer 3/10/1905

Boland, Daisy, see Daisy Boland RUFF, Newberry Observer 1/26/2000

Boland, Daniel lost 3 mules in a train accident. Newberry Observer, 12/20/1893

Boland, Dell married Miss Anna Cromer, both of Newberry on 2/5/1905 at St. Luke’s Parsonage officiated by Rev. S. P. Koon. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/10/1905

Boland, E. C. Mrs. of Columbia suffered the death of her daughter Frances. Funeral services were at Marion Street Methodist Church, Herald 10/18/1883, page 2

Boland, Edward, 58 years old, died 7/17/1998. Born in Newberry Co., he was a son of Bounce E. and Alma Lindler Boland. Burial was in Mt. Tabor Lutheran Church Cemetery. Caughman-Harman Funeral Home, Chapin Chapel was in charge. Newberry Observer 7/20/1998

Boland, Ella Mrs. of Columbia was a daughter to W. H. Blats. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/2/1904

Boland, Elsie Irwin, see Mrs. Elsie Irwin Boland CALDWELL, Newberry Observer 9/3/1999

Boland, Emma Miss had married Thomas A. Brady, who died at his home at Little Mountain on 2/11/1903. Page 1, Newberry Observer 2/13/1903

Boland, Ervin, fell off his wagon while hauling lumber a few days ago. He was badly bruised. Page 5, Newberry Observer 8/8/1902

Boland, Essie Miss joined the Red Cross and was expected to leave home to minister to the wounded and dying soldiers on the battlefield. Newberry Observer 5/11/1898

Boland, Eva Dowd Mrs., 92 years old, formerly of Prosperity, widow of Berley Boland, died 8/14/2000 at White Oak Manor. Born in Little Mountain, she was a daughter of Robert E. and Minnie Ada Lake Dowd. Burial was at Mt. Tabor Lutheran Church Cemetery. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer, 8/16/2000

Boland, F. A. graduated from Newberry College 1901. His subject for Commencement was ‘Money and Morals’. Newberry Observer 5/2//1901; F. A. Boland has moved to Sumter where he will teach. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/2/1903

Boland, F. Jonah of Springfield, Orangeburg Co. has been sick lately and is in Taborville, Newberry Co., recuperating. Newberry Observer, 8/8/1894

Boland, Fannie, daughter of Mrs. E. C. Boland, now of Columbia, died. (no date) the services took place at Main Street Methodist Church, Columbia. Newberry Herald 10/18/1883

Boland, female, white, delivered by W. G. Houseal physician, on 2/28/1916. Parents are Rev. L. Pettus Boland, minister of the Gospel, born in SC, and Elizabeth Powlas Boland, born in SC, living in Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boland, Frances Graham, 78 years old, died 6/23/1999 at Lexington Medical Center. Born in Pomaria, she was a daughter of the late J. Wilbur and Catherine Folk Graham. Whitaker Funeral Home was in charge. Burial was in Holy Trinity Lutheran Church Cemetery. Newberry Observer 6/25/1999

Boland, G. D. married Miss Julia Graham on 12/24/1902 at the Parsonage by Rev. J. D. Shealy. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/2/1903

Boland, G. Moody married Anna Frick at Chapin on 6/7/1900. Newberry Observer 6/14/1900

Boland, George of Augusta GA. was the son of Jim Boland and a brother to Bates Boland of Chapin. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/28/1905

Boland, Gertrude was on the second honor roll for the Fourth Grade from Oct. 3 to Nov. 27, 1904 at Little Mountain Graded School. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/9/1904; Gertrude Boland received first honors for the fourth grade at Little Mountain School for the period 12/1/1904 to 2/1/1905. Page 5, Newberry Observer 2/3/1905

Boland, Herbert A. of Little Mountain married Carrie Isabel Bahr, second oldest daughter of W. N. Bahr of Charleston, on 3/23/1904 at the home of the bride’s parents at 239 Rutledge Ave., Charleston, officiated by Rev. Aug. J. Nielsen. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/19/1904

Boland, Ira C. married Miss Mildred L. Scott, daughter of J. B.T. Scott on 11/12/1902 at the home of the bride’s father, J. B. T. Scott of Little Mountain, by Rev. J. K. Efird. They will rent rooms at J.M. Wheeler’s. Page 5,8, Newberry Observer 11/14/1902; Ira Boland, who has worked for Moseley Bros. has resigned, moved back to Little Mountain and is now working for J. B. T. Scott. Page 5, Newberry Observer 9/4/1903

Boland, Ira Mrs. visited relatives in Cherokee County. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/2/1903

Boland, Irvin was sick with fever. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/28/1905; He was recovering from typhoid fever. Page 5, Newberry Observer 5/2/1905

Boland, J. A. visited his brother D. C. Boland. Page 5, Newberry Observer 5/9/1905

Boland, J. E. 1900 graduate of Newberry College will deliver a speech on ‘1900’. He graduated with Second Honors. Newberry Observer 5/10/1900; J. E. Boland, a 1900 graduate of Newberry College is the Principal of Langley Academy. Page 8, Newberry Observer 11/11/1902; Professor J. E. Boland Principal of Langley school visited the old homestead in Little Mountain. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/10/1904; He has just returned from the Southern Summer School at Knoxville TN. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/9/1904; Professor J. E. Boland will teach at Blackville school next term. Page 5, Newberry Observer 6/27/1905

Boland, J. Florence Miss of Newberry County married J. N. McEntire of Lexington County, on 12/23/1900 by Rev. A. R. Beck at the Parsonage in Rightwell SC. Newberry Observer 1/10/1901

Boland, J. M. of Co. ‘H’ Holcombe Legion received his Confederate Cross at the Memorial Day Services held at Newberry on 5/9/1903. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/12/1903

Boland, J. Simpson his infant daughter died 8/16/1894. Burial was in Mt. Tabor Graveyard. Newberry Observer, 8/22/1894; J. S. Boland has moved from Taborville to Jalapa. Newberry Observer, 1/9/1895; J. S. Boland 31 years old, died 12/20/1900 at the home of his brother Joseph Boland near Helena. His wife died in July. A 10-year-old son survives him. Newberry Observer 1/3/1901

Boland, Jake, his son has been sick this past week. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/14/1902

Boland, Jim was the father of Bates Boland of Chapin and George Boland of Augusta GA. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/28/1905

Boland, Joe has been ill for several days. Newberry Observer 4/14/1892

Boland, John A, advertised as a lumber dealer. Newberry Observer 12/12/1889; John A. Boland's bay mare mule strayed from his property in Prosperity 12/29/1890. Newberry Observer 1/1/1891; John A. Boland of Taborville had a fire in his gin house 9/26/1894. He lost a 20 HP engine, 2 sixty-saw Pratt Cotton gins, 1 Acme cotton Press, 1 saw mill, 1 planing machine, 300 lbs. cotton seed, various other articles of use. The loss was estimated at $3500 with no insurance. Newberry Observer, 10/3/1894

Boland, John Mark, aged 76 years, 5 months, 14 days, died 6/30/1896. Burial was at the cemetery of St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church. He leaves 2 daughters, Mrs. John R. Watts and Mrs. B. B. Schumpert. Newberry Observer 7/8/1896

Boland, John was erecting a gin house, blacksmith shop, planing mill. Newberry Observer, 12/22/1892

Boland, Jonas belonged to Co. G, 13th Regt. SC Vols. But was now dead, Herald 5/30/1884, page 3

Boland, Joseph of Sligh in Newberry County is 85 years old. Newberry Observer 10/7/1896; Joseph Boland, 87 years old, died 10/27/1897 at his home near Little Mountain. Newberry Observer 11/3/1897

Boland, Julian, was on the first honor roll for the Fourth Grade from Oct. 3 to Nov. 27, 1904 at Little Mountain Graded School. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/9/1904

Boland, L. C. Jr. returned to Newberry from the Catholic Industrial School near Raleigh NC where he took the gold medal for the best average in his class and also a premium in handwriting. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/1/1904; L. C. Boland Jr. will attend the Catholic Institute at Nazareth NC this semester. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/9/1904; L. C. Boland Jr. attended school in Raleigh NC for the past two years. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/27/1905;

Boland, L. C. Mrs. and her youngest child was sick for some time. Newberry Observer 6/4/1891; Mrs. L.C. Boland of Prosperity was the daughter of William C. Meggett of Newberry. Newberry Observer, 8/18/1892; She was ill with the mumps. Newberry Observer, 12/15/1892; Mrs. L. C. Boland and family moved from Newberry to Atlanta. Prior to moving she and her children were staying with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Meggett. She lost many articles in a fire at the house on 6/1/1895. Newberry Observer, 6/5/1895; Mrs. L. C. Boland was clerking for A. C. Jones. Newberry Observer 11/10/1897; Mrs. L. C. Boland was the mother of Miss Julia Paisley. Newberry Observer 8/24/1899; She was employed at J. A. Mimnaugh’s store. Newberry Observer 9/7/1899

Boland, L. C. Mrs. went to Charleston to attend a family wedding. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/26/1904

Boland, L. C. was elected as Secretary of Piney Woods Church in the Mt. Tabor section of the county, Herald 1/6/1886, page 2; L. C. Boland of Prosperity married Sue Palsley of Newberry on 6/5/1889 by Rev. J. A. Sligh. Newberry Observer 6/13/1889; L. C. Boland won 1st prize at the Anderson Poultry Fair for his black Langshans and a pair of white Langshans, a pen of chicks and a pair of chicks. Newberry Observer, 1/12/1893; L. C. Boland was the father of 9-year-old Arthur Paisley who died 12/7/1894. Newberry Observer, 12/12/1894; L. C. Boland and family moved from Prosperity to Newberry. Newberry Observer, 2/6/1895; L. C. Boland returned to Newberry from Atlanta to clerk in Jones’ Store. Newberry Observer 10/13/1897; L. C. Boland won $10 first prize for the most sales from 11/10 to 12/25. Newberry Observer 12/29/1897; L. C. Boland was a traveling salesman for Atlanta Steam Candy Factory. His family will continue to live in Newberry. Newberry Observer 4/6/1899; L. C. Boland bought the ‘Chapman Home’ from George W. Summer at the corner of Adams and Johnstone Streets. Newberry Observer 11/1/1900; L. C. Boland and family and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Meggett will move to the "Chapman House" on Adams Street. Newberry Observer 12/27/1900; L. C. Boland was a salesman in Atlanta for the ‘Schlesinger Cracker and Candy Man.’ Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/25/1903; he was a traveling salesman for Harry L. Schlesinger of Atlanta. Page 5, Newberry Observer 11/17/1905

Boland, L. P. of Little Mountain was a graduate of Newberry College for 1897. He delivered the speech ‘Monuments’ at the commencement exercises at Newberry College on 6/13/1897. Newberry Observer 6/16/1897; L. P. Boland has accepted a Pastorate in Mississippi. He graduates from the Seminary in a few weeks. Newberry Observer 5/2//1901; He has returned with a bride. The day after graduation from the Seminary he married Mills Ora Philips of Springfield, daughter of Rev. T. P. Philips. He will leave in July for his Pastorate in Miss. Newberry Observer 6/6/1901; Rev. L. P. Boland had to marry in his second best clothes, sued the RR and was awarded $130 in damages, see Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/22/1902; Rev. L. P. Boland of Little Mountain was sick with fever. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/12/1904; He has resigned his Pastorate. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/22/1904; Rev. L. P. Boland was stationed at Barber Junction NC. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/6/1905

Boland, L. R. Mrs., of Manchester VA. visited her father W. H. Blats. Newberry Observer 6/20/1889; Mrs. L. R. Boland, of Richmond VA, visited her father W. H. Blats. Newberry Observer, 1/2/1890; Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Boland, of Richmond VA, lost their third son to fire. The child’s clothing caught fire and died. The child was a grandchild to Mr. W. H. Blats of Newberry. Newberry Observer 12/19/1891; Mrs. L. R. Boland, of Richmond VA, visited her father Mr. W. H. Blats. Newberry Observer, 7/27/1893; Mrs. L. R. Boland of Richmond VA, was the daughter of W. H. Blats of Newberry. Newberry Observer 7/18/1894; Mrs. L. R. Boland, was the daughter to W. H. Blats. Newberry Observer 8/16/1900; Mrs. L. R. Boland attended the funeral of her Aunt Mrs. J. H. M. Kinard. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/26/1902

Boland, L. S. was a traveling salesman for an Atlanta Candy House. Page 1, Newberry Observer 8/4/1905

Boland, Leah Miss was spending the summer in Charleston. Page 5, Newberry Observer 6/2/1905; She was the daughter to Mrs. D. W. Boland of Prosperity. Page 1, Newberry Observer 9/29/1905

Boland, Leila Miss married W. L. Eargle of Peak on 7/30/1902 at the home of the bride’s father A. N. Boland by Rev. J. K. Efird. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/1//1902

Boland, Leonard Carl, 64 years old, husband of Betty F. Boland, died 5/29/1999 at his residence. Born in Newberry County he was a son of the late Leon C. and Eva Shealy Boland. Burial was in Holy Trinity Church Cemetery. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 6/2/1999

Boland, Lewis R., 40 years old, died 1/14/1903 in Columbia of heart and kidney trouble. His widow was the daughter of William H. Blats. 5 children, his mother, 3 brothers, and a sister also survive him. He was born in Newberry but had lived in Columbia for 20 years. Mrs. & Mrs. W. H. Blats attended the funeral of Lewis R. Boland. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/16/1903

Boland, Linda, see Mrs. Linda B. JOHNSTON, Newberry Observer 10/1/1999

Boland, Magnolia Miss of Little Mountain married George E. Meetze at the home of the bride on 1/2/1902 by Rev. J. K. Efird. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/7/1902

Boland, Marion passed the examination and has received a teacher’s certificate. Newberry Observer, 5/30/1894; Marion Q. Boland, of Little Mountain, ‘96’ graduate of Newberry College will deliver "Silent Forces". Newberry Observer 5/13/1896; Rev. Marion Q. Boland moved from Crockett Depot VA to Trenton Mississippi. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/22/1905

Boland, Mary J. Mrs., 31-year-old wife of J. S. Boland, daughter of George M. Shealy of Sligh’s died at her home near Jalapa on 7/25/1900. Burial was in Mount Tabor Lutheran Church Cemetery. Newberry Observer 8/2/1900

Boland, Mary Miss and brother W. visited in Newberry, Herald, 5/8/1884, page 3; Miss Mary Boland married Julius Cromer on 11/9/1905 at the Bethlehem Parsonage officiated by Rev. J. J. Long. Page 8, Newberry Observer 11/17/1905

Boland, Mid, 68 years old, died at his home near Little Mountain on 4/19/1895. Newberry Observer 4/24/1895

Boland, Mood was a telegraph operator in Newberry. Newberry Observer 8/3/1898.

Boland, Mr. of Columbia – someone left a white infant on the steps of his piazza, Herald 4/3/1884, page 2

Boland, Nellie, see Nellie Rae Boland RAUCH, Newberry Observer 7/27/1998

Boland, Nina Leigh received second honors for the first grade at Little Mountain School for the period 12/1/1904 to 2/1/1905. Page 5, Newberry Observer 2/3/1905

Boland, P. B. was paid $12.25 for Ordinary County Funds 1882, 1883, Herald 3/13/1884, page 2; P. B. Boland was paid $20.75 by the County Commissioners during the year 1885, Herald 1/13/1886, page 2

Boland, Patrick Mrs., of Little Mountain, died 9/30/1889 of consumption. Newberry Observer 10/10/1889

Boland, Pressling B., married to Nancy E. Senn, both of Newberry on 12/24/1878 by Rev. M. M. Boyd. Newberry Herald 1/8/1879

Boland, R. C. was arrested for passing bogus checks. Page 8, Newberry Observer 11/28/1905

Boland, Roland was on the honor roll at Excelsior school. Newberry Observer 1/26/1899

Boland, Ruby, see Mrs. Ruby Boland PITTS, Newberry Observer 9/15/1999

Boland, Ruby, see Ruby Boland LONG, Newberry Observer 3/19/2000

Boland, Ruth Miss was the daughter to Mrs. D. W. Boland of Prosperity. Page 1, Newberry Observer 9/29/1905

Boland, S. Ernest of Little Mountain married Sallie A. Shealy of Lexington Co. on 8/1/1894 at the home of J. D. Shealy by Rev. S. L. Nease. Details of the wedding on Page 8, column 1, Newberry Observer, 8/8/1894

Boland, Thomas Simpson, 68 years old, died 5/22/1999 at Palmetto Baptist Medical Center. Born in Pomaria, he was a son of the late Thomas Maxey and Julia Winifred "Winnie" Long Boland. Burial was in Mt. Tabor Lutheran Church Cemetery. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 5/24/1999

Boland, Vera was on the third honor roll for the First Grade from Oct. 3 to Nov. 27, 1904 at Little Mountain Graded School. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/9/1904; Vera Boland received second honors for the first grade at Little Mountain School for the period 12/1/1904 to 2/1/1905. Page 5, Newberry Observer 2/3/1905

Boland, W. and sister Mary visited in Newberry, Herald, 5/8/1884, page 3

Boland, W. S. a native of Newberry who lived in Columbia for 5 years and then moved to Albany NY married Miss Mary E. Ahern of Albany NY on 7/2/1885 by Rev. Eather Terry at St. Anne’s Church, Herald 8/20/1885, page 3

Boland, William Patrick ‘Pat’, 90 years old, husband of Reba Haselden Boland, died 12/27/1998 at Scotland Memorial Hospital. Born 8/22/1908 he was a son of Cephus F. and Lillie Agnus Chapman Boland. Burial was at Hillside Cemetery. Newberry Observer 1/29/1999

Boland, William, migrated to Mississippi, Page 4, and column 1,2 Newberry Observer 6/11/1891; William Boland, son of Abraham and Christiana Boland, born 1/7/1809 Lexington Co., died 9/3/1895. He married Anna Catherine Bowers 12/18/1834. His biography was on Page 3, column 6, Newberry Observer 1/8/1896

Boleman, George, son of Auditor G. N. C. Boleman of Anderson was taken to Baltimore for an appendectomy. Page 1, Newberry Observer 7/1/1904

Bolick, S. B. Mrs. of Ridgeway was the aunt to Miss Morsie Hayes and Miss Sara Hayes of Newberry. Page 8 Newberry Observer 7/15/1904

Bolick, Sally was the sister of Mrs. Rose Boozer. Newberry Observer 7/24/1890

Boling, Ethel Lowe, 94 years old, widow of William Claude Boling, died 2/15/2000 at the National Health Care Center in Greer. She was born in Union 2/11/1906 a daughter of J. C. "Cab" and Janie Jolly Lowe. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. Whitaker Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 2/18/2000

Boling, Sara, see Sara B. PRICE, Newberry Observer 0/27/1999

BOLL WEEVIL was doing damage to cotton crops in Anderson County. Newberry Observer 9/26/1901; Texas was 800,000 cotton bales short this year due to the boll weevil. Newberry Observer 10/10/1901; BOLL WEEVIL experimentation was being carried on by the Department of agriculture, Page 7, Newberry Observer 8/8/1902; Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/12/1902; An Anderson man has a bottle of weevils for exhibition sent to him from TX. It should be against the Law to transport the weevil into SC. Page 4, Newberry Observer 10/17/1902; Page 2, 8, Newberry Observer 10/21/1902; Those boll weevils that were shipped to SC are said to now be dead, Page 6, Newberry Observer 10/28/1902; The Mexican Boll Weevil and the damage it was doing n TX. Page 8, Newberry Observer 11/14/1902; BOLL WEEVIL has crossed the Mississippi and appeared at the Experiment station at New Orleans. Page 5, Newberry Observer 8/14/1903; They are praying in the Churches in TX for relief from the worst enemy, the boll weevil, Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/8/1903; It was coming closer to SC. Some boll weevil has been found in York County SC. How did they get here? Page 4, Newberry Observer 9/29/1903; Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/9/1903; Can’t be stopped, Page 8, Newberry Observer 11/13/1903; One pair of boll weevil will breed 134,000,000 in one season. Page 4, Newberry Observer 12/11/1903; The most serious menace ever met by cotton planters, Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/25/1903; BOLL WEEVIL was thought to be able to infest the entire southern cotton states soon, Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/10/1903; W. D. Hunter, special agent in charge of the weevil investigation stated there was no chance the weevil can be eradicated. Changes in the cotton raising system were outlined and urged. Page 6, Newberry Observer 2/16/1904; President J. B. Liles of the Spartanburg Cotton Mill, Fingerville Manufacturing Company, had just received 100 bales of cotton from Bombay, India. Each compressed bale weighed 419 pounds. It cost 11 ¾ cents per pound and the shipping was 80 cents/100 pounds. Page 5, Newberry Observer 4/8/1904; it had been reported that there was an ant in Guatemala, which destroys the boll weevil. Large numbers will be imported into the affected areas of TX. Page 1, Newberry Observer 5/31/1904; It was a large red ant and was introduced in TX. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/7/1904; Dr. Cook brought 89 colonies of the red ant to New Orleans and will promptly proceed to TX with them. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/28/1904; Jacob W. Crouch, of Deadfall, Newberry County received letters from his sister who lived in Pettiway, Nesbitt County TX and brothers, living in Calvert, Roberson County TX and Tyler in Smith County TX. They wrote about the boll weevil. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/5/1904; People from all over the State are sending specimens of bugs to Clemson to determine if they are infested with the boll weevil. Page 2, Newberry Observer 7/22/1904; BOLL WEEVIL and how it works, Page 2, Newberry Observer 9/20/1904; It cannot be eradicated, Page 2, Newberry Observer 12/20/1904; BOLL WEEVIL was the master. An account of the devastation in TX, Page 3, Newberry Observer 1/13/1905; Beth Eden Cotton Growers Association was formed. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/13/1905; Cotton Growers convention was held in New Orleans. Farmers are urged to curtail the growing of cotton and the use of fertilizer by 25% this year. Page 2, Newberry Observer 1/31/1905; Farmers are holding tight. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/10/1905; Page 2, Newberry Observer 2/21/1905; The pest was here to stay. Page 2, Newberry Observer 3/24/1905; a Saluda County farmer found a suspicious and injurious insect. Ben Smith of the Mine Creek and Dry Creek section of Saluda exhibited cotton bolls destroyed by an insect. Page 5, Newberry Observer 7/18/1905; A farmer in Anderson County reports an insect known as the TEXAS SHARPSHOOTER was ruining his cotton crop. Page 3, Newberry Observer 7/21/1905; BOLL WEEVIL – in comparing the damage to wheat crops and apple harvest damage to cotton damage - Page 7, Newberry Observer 11/28/1905

Bollinger, Thelma B., 87 years old, died 8/18/1998 at the home of her niece, Annelle Lake. Born in Saluda Co., she was a daughter of Joseph and Mary Nicholson Boozer. Burial was in Newberry Memorial Gardens. McSwain Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 8/19/1998

Bolmton, Tolos Miss had a letter in the Prosperity Post Office. Page 1, Newberry Observer 12/8/1905

Bolt, Cleopatra Haseltine Victoria Emiline Lafayette married Robert Mills Preston Brooks Balentine in Laurens County, Herald 2/14/1884, page 3

Bolt, John F. married to Sallie E. Crews, all of Laurens, 10/25/1883 by Rev. G. M. Boyd. Newberry Herald 11/15/1883

Bolt, John white 60 years old of Laurens County was captured by the Laurens Sheriff charged with horse stealing from a Mr. Knight in January. He surrendered after a gunfight in which he was wounded. Newberry Observer 4/20/1893, page 3;

Bolt, Pauline, see Pauline Bolt JOHNSON, Newberry Observer 10/13/2000

Bolt, Samuel, aged 70, died 9/28/1889. Burial was in Chestnut Ridge, Laurens Co. Newberry Observer 10/3/1889

Bolt, W. P. Private was a member of Co. ‘A’ Holcombe’s Brigade. He was severely wounded in the hip at the Battle of Fredericksburg on 12/13/1862. Page 1, Newberry Observer 3/21/1905

Bolton, T. J. Mrs. visited her father Rev. N. N. Burton. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/6/1905

Bond, Nora married J. Bachman Glasgow in Gainesville Texas. Mr. Bachman left Newberry several years ago to live in TX. Newberry Observer 6/15/1899

Bonds, Frances Mrs. of Mississippi was the sister of Mrs. E. A. Bradley. Newberry Observer 5/15/1890; Mrs. Frances Bonds was the mother of Mrs. Mayfield and Mrs. E. A. Bradley. Newberry Observer 1/1/1896; Mrs. Frances Bonds, of Guntown Mississippi, who fell and hurt herself while visiting her sister Mrs. Bradley in Newberry, has been confined to bed ever since. She was taken to her home in Guntown MS., on 3/19/1896. Newberry Observer 3/25/1896

Bonds, H. A. was a new member of James D. Nance Camp on 5/10/1905. Page 5, Newberry Observer 5/12/1905

Bonds, H. K. T. advertised his labor contract with Clemmons Jenkins and warning others not to employ him, Herald 3/20/1884, page 2

Bonds, Ida L., daughter of Hugh K. T. Bonds of Laurens County, married to Samuel P. McCracken of Newberry Co., on 12/12/1878 by Rev. Z. L. Holmes. Newberry Herald 12/25/1878

Bonds, J. was moving to FL, Herald 12/4/1884, page 3

Bonds, James J. returned from FL and was well pleased with that country, Herald 2/26/1885, page 3

Bonds, Joe H., 85 years old, husband of Cindy Bolt Bonds, died 6/11/2000. Born in Laurens County he was a son of William Eddy and Harriet McCarley Bonds. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. Newberry Observer, 6/14/2000

Bonds, Mary Miss married John Workman on 6/5/1901 at the home of Mrs. Rachel Barnes, the bride’s mother in Cromer Township by Rev. William P. Jacobs of Clinton officiating. For details of the wedding see Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/13/1901

Bonds, Mrs. was the sister of I. H. Hunter of Walhalla and Mrs. W. H. Eddy of Goldville. Newberry Observer 4/3/1895; Mrs. Rachel Bonds visited her sister, Mrs. W. H. Eddy. Newberry Observer 4/24/1895

Bone, George, Private, of the Palmetto Regiment, Company ‘L’ SCV, War with Mexico, commanded by Col. P. M. Butler.

Bonham, M. L. Jr. Esq. was the editor of the Abbeville newspaper, Herald 12/4/1884, page 3; General M. L. Bonham was very ill. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/29/1905

Bonham, Miledge L. Jr., Editor of the Ninety-Six Guardian, married to Daisy Aldrich, daughter of Judge A. P. Aldrich of Barnwell on 10/24/1878 by the Rev. P. N. Lynch. Newberry Herald 11/6/1878; Miledge Bonham Jr. Esq. who has been editing the Ninety Six Guardian and practicing law at Ninety Six for the past three or four years has come to Newberry where he will live. He was the son of ex-Governor Bonham, of Edgefield, his wife being the daughter of Judge Aldrich. Newberry Herald, 1/15/1878; M. L. Bonham and his partner, I. W. Simpkins, have taken over the running of the Newberry News. Newberry Herald 1/29/1879; M. L. Bonham Jr. of Abbeville was the father of a new boy, Herald 9/6/1883, page 2

Bonham, W. B., son of ex-Governor, has entered Annapolis Naval Academy. Newberry Herald 5/31/1883

Bonner, H. E. was the Post master of Due West, Herald 11/20/1884, page 3

Bonner, L. M. Mrs. was the President of Due West College for Women. Newberry Observer 9/4/1890

Bonner, Maggie Miss visited her aunt, Mrs. Lizzie Hawkins. Page 5, Newberry Observer 8/26/1904

Bonner, Nettie Mrs. was a teacher of the school in Due West. Page 5, Newberry Observer 9/4/1903

Booker, Killie was advertised having a letter at the Post Office for pick-up, Herald 2/21/1884, page 3

Bookman, Annie Mayes, 97 years old, died 6/14/1998 at White Oak Manor. Born in Newberry Co., she was a daughter of Pet and Frances Mayes. Burial was in Shiloh AME Church Cemetery. F. B. Pratt & Son Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 6/15/1998 & 6/17/1998

Bookman, Carroll Mrs. of Lexington was sick. She was visited by Mrs. Mary A. Kibler of Newberry, Herald 8/20/1885, page 3

Bookman, Evelyn Williams, died 5/12/1999 at her home. Born in Newberry County, she was a daughter of the late Joseph and Ora Bobo Williams. Burial was in Hannah A. M. E. Church Cemetery. Wilson Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 5/14/1999

Bookman, James Walter, husband of Minnie Waddell Bookman, died 6/6/1998 at Beth Israel Medical Center. Born in Newberry Co., he was a son of Evelyn Williams Bookman and Levi Bookman. Burial was at Hannah AME Church Cemetery. Wilson Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 6/8/1998 & 6/12/1998

Bookman, Mary Lue, 10/27/1928 – 7/21/1996, a memorial with picture, Page 3, Newberry Observer 8/7/1998

Bookman, Pearl, 102 years old, of Chapin, died 11/6/2000 at White Oak Manor of Columbia. Born in Lexington County she was a daughter of William Bookman and Lizzie Derrick Bookman. Mt. Zion Baptist Church had services. Wilson Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 11/6/2000

Bookman, Thomas E., an engineer on the Greenville & Columbia RR died in Columbia on 6/27/1879 from congestive chill. Newberry Herald 7/2/1879

Bookman, William, 85 years old, husband of Josephine Hare Bookman, died 5/18/2000 at his home in Prosperity. Born in Newberry Co., he was a son of Lemuel Bookman and Ella Thompson Bookman. Burial was at Mt. Moriah Church Cemetery. Wilson Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 5/22/2000

Bookman, Willie James, 35 years old, of Prosperity, died at his residence. Born in Newberry County, he was a son of Butler Cromer and Willie Mae Bookman Cromer. Burial was in Mount Hebron AME Church Cemetery. F.B. Pratt & Son Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 1/13/1999

Boone, C. A. of Orlando FL spent Sunday with his relative, Postmaster Boone of Newberry, Herald 10/9/1884, page 3

Boone, R. W. Postmaster, attended the opening celebration of the newly built annex for the Herald & News, Herald 5/31/1883, page 3; He left 8/22/1883 for Baltimore to have his troublesome throat attended to. Newberry Herald 8/23/1883; He bought a .20 acre lot in town for $250, Herald 12/6/1883, page 3; for ass’g was paid $100, $13.90, $32.50 for Ordinary County Funds 1882, 1883, Herald 3/13/1884, page 2; R. W. Boon, attended the Newberry Republican Convention and was elected as a delegate for the State Convention, Herald 4/3/1884, page 3; He attended the Republican Convention in Columbia, Herald 4/17/1884, page 3; he went to the Grand Republican pow-wow and left the running of the Post Office to John Hawkins and W. G. Houseal, Herald 5/30/1884, page 3; Was visited by his uncle Judge John C. Bryson of FL. The judge saw great changes since his last visit 20 years ago, Herald 8/14/1884, page 3; He was the only white delegate at the County republican Convention, Herald 9/18/1884, page 3; He was visited by General C. C. Egerton of Baltimore, Herald 11/13/1884, page 3; R. W. Boone was appointed SW for 1885 on 12/1/1884, Herald 12/4/1884, page 3; R. W. Boone was paid $18.90 by the County Commissioners during the year 1885, Herald 1/13/1886, page 2

Booth, A. H., formerly of Horry County was a new stenographer and typist for Mower & Bynum of Newberry. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/25/1902; A. H Booth visited at his old home place at Adrian, Horry County. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/8/1902; A. H. Booth was court stenographer for Greenwood County. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/28/1903; A. H. Booth was sick for some time. His father was Mr. Booth of Horry County. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/3/1903; A. H. Booth was at the seashore recuperating from a long period of illness. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/4/1903; A. H. Booth was at Myrtle Beach. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/14/1903; He returned from Myrtle Beach greatly improved. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/4/1903; A. H. Booth left for Williamston to attend the wedding of his cousin Rev. S. H. Booth and Miss Pearl Russell. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/27/1904; A. H. Booth passed the Bar exam. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/9/1904; A. H. Booth attended the Opera in Columbia on 1/9/1905. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/10/1905; A. H. Booth passed the Bar Exam and will practice Law in Conway with ex-congressman Scarboro. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/1/1905; A. H. Booth was elected Mayor of Conway. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/17/1905

Booth, Mary Sue, female, white, delivered by W. G. Houseal M.D., on 4/17/1917. Parents are Clary N. Booth, cotton mill operative, born in NC, and Primer E. Reynolds Booth, born in SC., living in Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

BOOZER & BOWERS of Prosperity – about the business; sells guano and insurance, The Prosperity Advertiser 11/24/1897, page 4;

BOOZER & GOGGANS partnership was dissolved. Samuel P. Boozer will devote his time to the insurance business. John C. Goggans with William A. Fant formed a grocery and hardware business. Newberry Observer 1/5/1893, page 3

Boozer, _____ married ______ Johnson, lived in Summerville SC. Newberry Herald 8/16/1883

Boozer, ___jailed for stealing chickens from Noah Martin. Newberry Herald 7/16/1879

Boozer, A. L. was appointed as a manager of elections at Township No. 9, St. Luke’s section. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/28/1904

Boozer, A. P. Jr., male, white, delivered by J. M. Kibler M.D., on 6/30/1917. Parents are A. P. Boozer, merchant, born in SC, and Pearle Boozer, born in SC., living in Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library); A. P. Boozer, 80 years old, widower of Margaret S. Boozer, died 5/19/1998 at Palmetto Richland Memorial Hospital. Born in Newberry, he was a son of Alonzo P. and Pearl B. Boozer. Burial was in Newberry Memorial Gardens. Whitaker Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 5/20/1998 & 5/22/1998

Boozer, Adelia married M. Luther Hawkins, 1/2/1890 by Rev. J. B. Traywick. Newberry Observer 1/9/1890

Boozer, Albert, 82 years old, died 4/30/1999 in Newberry County Memorial Hospital. Born in Newberry County he was a son of the late M. C. Boozer and Carrie Gary Boozer. Wilson Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 5/3/1999

Boozer, Alf colored was in jail fro larceny of livestock in default of $500 bail, Herald 10/2/1884 page 3; released from jail when acquitted, Herald 10/9/1884, page 3; Alf Boozer was arrested for the recent robbery at the RR Depot in Prosperity. Newberry Observer 10/12/1898; story of his arrest on Page 3, column 4, Newberry Observer 10/19/1898; COURT OF SESSION, guilty, 10 years in the Penitentiary, Newberry Observer 10/26/1898; Alf Boozer, MAYORS COURT, drunk and cursing in the streets, $5 or 15 days on the chain gang. Page 5, Newberry Observer 10/24/1902

Boozer, Alma was a cousin to Lily May Caldwell and a sister to Bertha Boozer. Newberry Observer 9/30/1896; Miss Alma Boozer married Lewie Senn on 12/26/1901 at the home of the bride’s father by Rev. R. C. Ligon on 12/25/1901 in Moon Township. Newberry Observer 12/31/1901

Boozer, Arch was home from Clemson College. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/10/1904

Boozer, Arthur Milton ‘Hoss’, 75 years old, of Newberry, husband of Ruth ‘Tennessee’ died 9/24/2000 at his Home was in charge. Born in Prosperity he was a son of Arthur P. and Elise Bedenbaugh Boozer. Burial was in Zion United Methodist Church Cemetery. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 9/25/2000

Boozer, B. B. was a juror in the US Court in Greenville. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/22/1904

Boozer, B. Frank was the father to Hance Boozer of Saluda. Page 1, Newberry Observer 7/28/1905

Boozer, B. L. colored, was a delegate for the Republican Convention in Newberry on 2/18/1904. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/19/1904; B. L. Boozer colored, was elected as a delegate from Township No. 9 for the Republican Convention. Page 5, Newberry Observer 2/23/1904

Boozer, Beck Miss married R. S. Thompson at Clinton on 12/16?/1884, Herald 12/18/1884, page 3

Boozer, Bell, infant of, male, black, 10/5/1916, stillborn, born in SC., and died in Newberry City, Reported by Mary Hodges, midwife. Burial was in Werts Cemetery. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boozer, Belton, his male, black infant was delivered by Mary Hodges, midwife, on 12/9/1915. Parents are Belton Boozer, farm laborer, born in SC, and Mary Carrs Boozer, born in SC, living in Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library); Belton Boozer, infant of, male, black, died 12/9/1915, stillborn. Reported by Mary Hodges, midwife. Burial was in Werts Cemetery. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boozer, Ben has been sick for over a week. Newberry Observer 5/27/1896; Ben Boozer was traveling as a photographer. Newberry Observer 6/2/1897; Benjamin Boozer of No. 6 Township has moved to Newberry into one of the new cottages on Cline Street. Newberry Observer 10/4/1900

Boozer, Benjamin S. fell of a scaffold and broke his collarbone. Newberry Observer 11/8/1900

Boozer, Benjamin was reared at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church in Newberry but when he entered the ministry he united with the Methodist Church until 1882 when he died, Herald 11/1/1883, page 1

Boozer, Bertha was a cousin to Lily May Caldwell and a sister to Alma Boozer. Newberry Observer 9/30/1896

Boozer, Bertie Mrs. married Dr. James McIntosh on 6/13/1893 at the home of Mr. J. W. M. Simmons, officiated by Rev. J. S. Cozby and Rev. George A. Wright. They will go to the World’s Fair in Chicago for honeymoon. Newberry Observer, 6/15/1893; Mrs. S. B. Boozer married Dr. James McIntosh on 6/13/1893 at the home of James Ward M. Simmons by Rev. J. S. Cozby D.D. Newberry Observer, 6/15/1893

Boozer, Bessie Josephine, female, white, delivered by W. G. Houseal M.D., on 6/18/1918. Parents are Jacob L. Boozer, merchant, born in SC, and Bessie Nesley Boozer, born in SC., living in Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boozer, Bessie Miss married Clarence B. Sligh of Ebenezer on 12/23/1903 at the home of the bride’s father, Newton Boozer, near Renno, performed by Rev. R.C. Ligon of Smyrna. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/1/1904

Boozer, Bessie Miss was working in the cotton mill. Newberry Observer 7/10/1895

Boozer, Bessie Miss, daughter of W. I. Boozer married George S. Bedenbaugh on 12/15/1904, officiated by Rev. S. P. Koon. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/20/1904

Boozer, Betty, see Betty Boozer JACOBS, Newberry Observer 11/6/1998

Boozer, Bill shot and killed Luther Kinard 10/6/1879 at the Plantation of J. J Paysinger in Township No. 8, Newberry County SC. Information was from CORONER’S INQUISITIONS, printed in the Fall 2000 Quarterly of the Old Newberry Chapter Gen. Society. Records taken from film kept at the SC Archives.

Boozer, Blair was recovering from typhoid fever. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/29/1902

Boozer, Brunell, see Brunell Boozer MADDOX, Newberry Observer 1/19/1998

Boozer, Burr belonged to Co. G, 13th Regt. SC Vols. But was now dead, Herald 5/30/1884, page 3

Boozer, Burr, male, black, died 1/13/1899 of pneumonia. He was 40 years old, born in Newberry City and lived in Newberry City. Reported by Dr. P. G. Ellisor. Buried in Werts Cemetery. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boozer, C. P. was reared in St. Luke’s Lutheran Church and later became a Lutheran minister, Herald 11/1/1883, page 1; on 10/30/1895 his hand was severely cut by a cotton gin. He had only one arm so he was temporarily without the use of any hand, Press & Reporter 11/6/1895, page 3; Rev. C. P. Boozer in 1900 he was alive, a Confederate Veteran of Co. ‘C’ 3rd SC Regt. Newberry Observer 6/14/1900; Rev. C. P. Boozer got his hand caught in a cotton gin on 9/16/1903. He received 6 stitches to his hand in an attempt to save the thumb. Page 5, Newberry Observer 9/22/1903

Boozer, Caroline returned to her home at Mudlick. Newberry Observer 5/27/1896; Miss Caroline Boozer, 73 years old, died at the home of her nephew Mr. A. L. Boozer on 2/9/1898. Burial was in St. Luke’s. Newberry Observer 2/16/1898

Boozer, Caroline, female, black, died 10/10/1902 of tuberculosis of the lungs. She was 74 years old, born in Newberry Co., SC and lived in Newberry, SC. for 37 years. Reported by Dr. T. W. Smith. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boozer, Carolyn Mae, see Mrs. Carolyn Mae Boozer HENDRIX, Newberry Observer 8/25/2000

Boozer, Carrie returned home 7/23/1895. She looks better after a long period of illness. Newberry Observer 7/31/1895

Boozer, Celeste Miss of Columbia visited Miss Emma McKellar, Herald, 8/9/1883, page 3

Boozer, Clara lived in Jacksonville FL. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/2/1904

Boozer, Clayton married Sallie Longshore, daughter of John S. Longshore, on 1/10/1893 at the bride’s home near Silverstreet by Rev. D. D. Dantzler. Newberry Observer, 1/12/1893, page 3

Boozer, Cleora Miss married W. F. Coats of Laurens on 4/27/1904 at the home of the bride’s father, George A. Boozer in Mudlic SC, officiated by Rev. R. C. Ligon. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/29/1904

Boozer, Cora Miss will marry J. B. Stockman on 10/27/1903 at the home of the bride’s father, B. F. Boozer, with Rev. D. P. Boyd officiating. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/27/1903

Boozer, Corrie was the sister of M. C. and Jane Boozer. Newberry Observer 8/21/1895

Boozer, D. C. was a Private of the QUITMAN RIFLES, part of the original roll, published on Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/4/1900

Boozer, D. Frank was selected as a juror for Sessions Court beginning 3/20/1893, Observer 3/9/1893, page 3

Boozer, D. L. Dr. and son returned from Harris Springs. Newberry Observer 9/25/1895; Dr. D. L. Boozer left 2/8/1899 for New Orleans to attend the Southern Dental Assoc. and witness the Mardi Gras Festivities. Newberry Observer 2/9/1899; Dr. Boozer relocated back to Newberry. Newberry Observer 1/4/1900; Dr. D. L. Boozer, while plowing at his home, the horse became frightened and ran away dragging Dr. Boozer 100 yards. No bones broken. Page 3, Newberry Observer 5/3/1900; Dr. D. L. Boozer and his son D. L. Boozer Jr. were attending the State Dental Association at Harris Springs. Newberry Observer 7/5/1900; He was the father of Dr. J. W. Boozer of Columbia. Newberry Observer 8/16/1900; Dr. D. L. Boozer was cousin to Mr. & Mrs. J. J. Lown of Lexington. Newberry Observer 10/17/1901; Dr. D. L. Boozer Jr. was attending the Convention of the Dental Association. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/18/1902; Dr. D. L. Boozer Sr. was in bed with the grip, which happened after his trip to Columbia. Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/28/1902; Dr. D. L. Boozer was sick again. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/11/1902; Dr. D. L. Boozer attended the funeral of Wade Hampton, Page 5, Newberry Observer 4/22/1902; D. L. Boozer, 65 years old, died 6/26/1902. He was a dentist and with his sons established the Newberry Roller Mills. He served in the Hampton Legion in the Confederate War. He was survived by a wife and five sons: J. William Boozer of Columbia, a dentist, J. Edward Boozer of Columbia, a dentist, D. L. Boozer Jr. of Newberry, a dentist, Julius Boozer of Newberry, Eugene Boozer of Newberry. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/27/1902; His widow, Mrs. Martha C. Boozer, was presented with a $2000 check from the Knights of Honor Lodge of Newberry. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/19/1902; Dr. D. L. Boozer, located in Columbia before 1861 and after the war started a dental practice there which today was run by his sons. His other two sons, Julius and Eugene run the Newberry Roller Mill. The heirs of Dr. D. L. Boozer sold the Newberry Roller Mill to George S. Mower, attorney, for $4,000. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/6/1903

Boozer, D. L. Dr. Jr. lived in Columbia. Newberry Observer, 7/11/1894; Dr. D. L. Boozer Jr. was appointed as demonstrator at the University of MD. Dental Department. Newberry Observer 9/16/1896;

Boozer, D. L. escorted Miss Cummings of Winnsboro to the Christmas dance. Newberry Observer 12/30/1896; D. L. Boozer was appointed as Private of the newly formed NEWBERRY GUARDS. Newberry Observer, 3/17/1897; D. L. Boozer, escorted Mabel Cash to the annual Commencement Ball given at the Opera House on 6/22/1897. Newberry Observer 6/23/1897; Dr. D. L. Boozer has upgraded the Aull’s Mill and was ready to grind your wheat and corn. Newberry Observer 6/30/1897; Dr. D. L. Boozer Jr. left Newberry for Dallas TX to attend the Confederate Reunion. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/22/1902; D. L. Boozer, Jr. of Newberry, a dentist, was the son of D. L. Boozer who died 6/26/1902 and the brother of J. Edward Boozer of Columbia, a dentist, J. William Boozer of Columbia, a dentist, Julius Boozer of Newberry, Eugene Boozer of Newberry. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/27/1902; Dr. D. L. Boozer was on a business/pleasure trip to CO and Calif. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/5//1902; Dr. Boozer went to the National Dental Association Convention in Asheville. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/31/1903; Dr. D. L. Boozer sold his cottage and 8 acres of land near the Newberry Roller mill for $1500. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/22/1903; Dr. D. L. Boozer a Newberry dentist, was in Columbia for treatment of a throat ailment blamed on too much surf bathing while on vacation. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/19/1904; Dr. D. L. Boozer had been suffering from throat trouble for the past few months but has now returned to his practice. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/3/1904

Boozer, D. L. Mrs. bought at MASTER SALE Aull’s Mill for $1600. Newberry Observer 12/9/1896; She was an aunt to Miss Sara Rawl. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/30/1904

Boozer, D. moved from Greenwood to do business at Laurens, Herald 8/28/1884, page 3

Boozer, D. S. was a member of Co. ‘C’ 3rd Regt. in the Confederate War, transferred to the Cavalry, Page 5, Newberry Observer 11/25/1902

Boozer, D. T. of Township No. 9 has been granted a pension for 1899 by the County Pension Board. Page 1, Newberry Observer 4/20/1899

Boozer, Daisy married John F. Witt, formerly of Florida, but now both of Newberry, on 6/10/1900 by Rev. George S. Bearden at St. Luke’s Parsonage. Newberry Observer 6/14/1900

Boozer, David bough a slave ‘Sam’ from Jacob King on 10/25/1826. Witnessed by John B. O’Neall and Y. J. Harrington. This information was found in a paper by Lambert W. Jones. Page 1, Newberry Observer 8/8/1905

Boozer, David colored, lost everything in a house fire. He was a tenant on Mary C. Dobbin’s place. Newberry Observer 5/30/1889; David Boozer colored, was fifth in a vote as delegate for the State Republican Convention with a vote of 24. He was elected as a delegate from Township No. 9 for the Republican Convention. Page 5, Newberry Observer 2/23/1904

Boozer, David was advertised with a Foreclosure sale of his property containing 58 ½ acres of land, Herald 12/27/1883, page 2; David Boozer sued for foreclosure advertisement, Newberry Observer 1/26/1893, page 3; Dr. David Boozer of Columbia visited in Prosperity, Press & Reporter 6/26/1895, page 2; David Boozer and wife Caroline were parents in 1846 of Eugenia Boozer, later Mrs. Eugenia Boozer Keith, who was married 12/25/1870 and died 5/24/1900. Eugenia Boozer Keith spent her entire married life in Oconee. She leaves a husband, 1 daughter and 3 brothers. Newberry Observer 6/7/1900

Boozer, Decatur bought at Master Sale 55 acres of land for $402.50. Newberry Observer, 11/8/1893

Boozer, Docia, see Docia Boozer LOWMAN, Newberry Observer 6/21/1999

Boozer, Dr. of Newberry adopted Miss Mary Burton of Columbia and had given her his name. He committed suicide later, Herald 10/30/1884, page 2

Boozer, Drayton Dr., lived in Mississippi. He has a daughter. Newberry Observer 7/9/1891

Boozer, E. L. married Miss Mattie Cole on 7/4/1903 by Rev. R. C. Ligon at the home of G. B. Boozer. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/10/1903.

Boozer, E. R. H. was attending SC College in Columbia to take a course in Electrical Engineering. Newberry Observer 10/9/1895

Boozer, Ed of Columbia visited relatives in Newberry. Newberry Observer, 3/6/1895

Boozer, Ed, MAYORS COURT, drunk and disorderly, $30 or 45 days on the chain gang. Page 5, Newberry Observer 10/24/1902

Boozer, Edna, infant, black, died 8/25/1897, stillborn, in Ward 5. Reported by Midwife, Harriet Edrington. Buried in the Colored Cemetery. (Record of Death Returns for the City of Newberry kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boozer, Eliza C., female, white, died 1/5/1887 of acute Brights disease. She resided in Ward 4. She was 58 years, 1 months, 1 day old, and resided in Newberry for 6 months. Reported by Dr. S. Pope. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. (Record of Death Returns for the City of Newberry kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boozer, Eliza, 17 years old, daughter of Dr. Thomas W. Boozer, of Newberry, died near Smyrna Church 12/19/1879 of diphtheria. Newberry Herald 12/24/1879

Boozer, Ellen married Berly Cromer, both of Newberry on 12/5/1893 at the home of the bride’s parents by Rev. M. J. Epting. Newberry Observer, 12/6/1893

Boozer, Elliott, male, black, died 1/2/1915 of consumption. The deceased was 39 years old, born in Newberry Co., South Carolina, lived in Newberry SC. Reported by W. A. Dunn MD Burial was in Welch Zion Cemetery. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boozer, Elvie E. Mrs. in her unrecorded will dated 10/17/1929 she named her husband James W. Boozer, son Cecil E. Dominick. Information from the unrecorded will at the Probate Office.

Boozer, Emma married J. A. Melton at the Methodist Parsonage on 12/15/1898 by Rev. E. G. Price. Newberry Observer 12/21/1898.

Boozer, Esther May, female, black, delivered by Amelia Cromer, midwife, on 1/10/1916. Parents are Caleb Boozer, employed as a butler, born in Newberry Co. SC, and Hattie Sligh Boozer, born in Newberry Co. SC, living in Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boozer, Ethel Miss went to Augusta to attend the Tubman School. Newberry Observer 9/16/1896; Miss Ethel Boozer was the representative of New York at the Washington Tea Party given at the Armory by the Bachelor Maids Club of Newberry on 2/22/1899. Newberry Observer 2/23/1899; Miss Ethel Boozer of Newberry, was the daughter of Samuel P. Boozer and Matilda Montgomery Boozer. She was the sister to Mrs. J. H. Hollingsworth of Augusta GA., Mrs. O. E. Johnson of Charleston, Mrs. R. D. Smith, Mrs. J. L. Bowles, and Miss Genevieve Boozer of Newberry. Page 8, Newberry Observer 11/3/1903; She was the sister to Mrs. Bowles and Mrs. Hollingsworth of Augusta GA. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/2/1905

Boozer, Eugene of Ridgeway visited his grandfather, Dr. T. W. Boozer. Newberry Observer 7/24/1890; Eugene Boozer was the son of Dr. D. L. Boozer of Columbia and the brother to Julius Boozer of Newberry. Newberry Observer 1/4/1900; Eugene Boozer of Newberry was the son of D. L. Boozer who died 6/26/1902 and the brother of J. Edward Boozer of Columbia, a dentist, D. L. Boozer Jr. of Newberry, a dentist, Julius Boozer of Newberry, J. Edward Boozer of Columbia. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/27/1902; Eugene Boozer gathered ripe peaches this week. Page 5, Newberry Observer 5/25/1903; He was the son of Mrs. Martha Boozer and brother to Julius Boozer. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/1/1904; Eugene Boozer of TX, son of the late Sim Boozer, visited his aunt Mrs. J. Henry Hayes. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/30/1904

Boozer, Eugenia had married John J. Keith 12/25/1870. She was born 1846 to David and Caroline Boozer. She died 5/24/1900, spending her entire married life in Oconee. She leaves a husband, 1 daughter and 3 brothers. Newberry Observer 6/7/1900

Boozer, Eva married Benjamin Abrams on 7/24/1902 at the Smyrna Manse by Rev. R. C. Ligon. Page 5, Newberry Observer 7/29/1902; Miss Eva Boozer married B. Y. Abrams, on 7/24/1902 at the home of the bride’s father G. P. Boozer by Rev. R. C. Ligon. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/29/1902

Boozer, F. A. of Township No. 8 has been granted a pension for 1899 by the County Pension Board. Page 1, Newberry Observer 4/20/1899

Boozer, Fannie Mrs., wife of Irwin Boozer was presented with a wheel chair by her friends in the community. She had not walked in over a year due to rheumatism. Page 5, Newberry Observer 3/31/1903

Boozer, Fannie was confirmed 4/21/1867 by Rev. J. P. Smeltzer. Information from the journal of Rev. Smeltzer.

Boozer, Fannie, female, black, died 3/2/1908 of heart failure. The deceased was 60 years old, born in Newberry SC, resided in Newberry City. Reported by P. G. Ellesor MD Burial was in the City of Newberry. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boozer, Fed colored, lost his home and 20 bushels of corn to fire. Page 8, Newberry Observer 11/18/1902

Boozer, female, black, stillborn, delivered by Amelia Cromer, midwife, on 10/21/1914. Parent was Mattie Boozer, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boozer, female, white, delivered by Dr. W. G. Houseal, on 2/2/1906. Parents are A. R. Boozer, clerk and Mrs. A. R. Boozer, of Newberry City, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boozer, female, white, delivered by Dr. W. G. Houseal, on 4/6/1906. Parents are J. R. Boozer, salesman, and Mrs. J. R. Boozer of Newberry City, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boozer, female, white, delivered by J. M. Kibler M. D., on 5/22/1913. Parents are A. P. Boozer, merchant, and Mrs. A. P. Boozer, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boozer, female, white, delivered by W. G. Houseal, physician, on 5/29/1910. Parents are Jacob F. Boozer, merchant, and Mrs. Jacob F. Boozer, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boozer, female, white, delivered by W. G. Houseal, physician, on 4/23/1911. Parents are J. R. Boozer, merchant, and Mrs. J. Ruby Boozer, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boozer, Frances Holsenbach, 60 years old, wife of R. Vernon Boozer, of Albemarle NC died 10/10/2000. She was born in Newberry County 4/29/1940, daughter of Daniel Wesley Holsenbach and Inez Goodman Holsenbach. Burial was in Newberry Memorial Gardens. Whitaker Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 10/11/2000

Boozer, Frank Mrs. died on 11/13/1901 at her home near St. Luke’s Lutheran Church. Burial was in St. Luke’s Cemetery. Newberry Observer 11/15/1901

Boozer, Franklin colored, aged, died at J. M. Workman’s Place on 6/8/1903. He was freed as a servant of the late Henry Burton. He has been on the Burton Place for 32 years. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/12/1903.

Boozer, Fred Rev. of NC was a visiting preacher in Smyrna Church last Sunday. He was brother to George P. Boozer of Newberry. Newberry Observer 3/28/1901

Boozer, Fred, Major, an old citizen of this county, died at the home of his daughter-in-law, Mrs. Sula Wilson, near Trinity Church, on last Wednesday night, 6/12/1878. He was about 72 years of age and had been sick for three weeks with typhoid fever. Newberry Herald, 6/19/1878

Boozer, Freddie Mae Dawkins, 93 years old, widow of James Verdie Boozer, died 12/21/1999 at White Oak Manor. Born in Newberry Co., she was a daughter of Motte Edgar and Lillie Nichols Dawkins. Burial was in Newberry Memorial Gardens. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 12/22/1999

Boozer, G. A. has moved to No. 7 Township (Vaughnville area). Newberry Observer 1/19/1898; G. A. Boozer, of Vaughnville had great crop damage in a wind and hailstorm. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/5/1903

Boozer, G. B. and family were living in their new home at McKibben and O’Neall Streets, Newberry Observer 12/18/1890; he left for Charleston to serve as a juror in the US Court, Observer 3/30/1893, page 3; G. B. Boozer had 6 chickens taken from his chicken house. Newberry Observer, 8/10/1893, page 3; G. Burder Boozer repaired the Kadesh Post Office, which was affected by a storm. He and his family were visiting relatives in Ridgeway. Newberry Observer 6/17/1896; George Burder Boozer moved to Seneca SC where he will live with his daughter Mrs. T. C. Ligon. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/29/1902; G. B. Boozer of Co. ‘C’ 9th Regt. received his Confederate Cross at the Memorial Day Services held at Newberry on 5/9/1903. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/12/1903; George Burder Boozer, of Newberry died 10/23/1902 at the home of his oldest child, Mrs. Medora E. Ligon in the lower part of Oconee County at age 80 years, 9 months, 9 days. He was a ruling Elder in the Presbyterian faith for 50 years. His first marriage was to Miss Eliza Caldwell of Newberry County. They had 5 children, two still survive, the oldest and the youngest. His second marriage was to ____. She died a few years ago. Burial was in Townville Presbyterian Cemetery on the lower edge of Oconee County near the grave of his grandson Adger Ligon. Page 5, Newberry Observer 10/31/1902

Boozer, G. B. Jr. was the son of Mrs. T. W. Boozer, Herald 5/17/1883, page 3

Boozer, G. B. Mrs., 76 years old, died at her home in Newberry 5/9/1897 of pneumonia. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. Newberry Observer 5/12/1897

Boozer, Genevieve Miss graduated from Boundary Street Graded School May 1901. Commencement was in the Opera House. Her oration was on ‘Music and Song’. Newberry Observer 5/30/1901; Miss Genevieve Boozer was a graduate of Boundary Street School this term. Her oration at Commencement was ‘Music and Song’. Newberry Observer 6/13/1901; Miss Genevieve Boozer will teach at Goldville School next session. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/11/1903; Miss Genevieve Boozer, of Newberry was the daughter of Samuel P. Boozer and Matilda Montgomery Boozer. She was the sister to Mrs. J. H. Hollingsworth of Augusta GA., Mrs. O. E. Johnson of Charleston, Mrs. R. D. Smith, Miss Ethel Boozer of Newberry and, Mrs. J. L. Bowles. Page 8, Newberry Observer 11/3/1903; She visited her sisters, Mrs. Bowles and Mrs. Hollingsworth of Augusta, Ga. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/24/1904; Miss Genevieve Boozer will teach 4th grade at Boundary Street School with an enrollment of 53 students. Page 8 Newberry Observer 9/19/1905

Boozer, George A. His child was sick a few days ago with malarial hematuria, Herald 12/4/1884, page 3; George A. Boozer married Mamie Simmons, both of Newberry on 4/17/1889 by Rev. .J. W. McClure. Newberry Herald 4/25/1889

Boozer, George A. Mrs. of Mudlic had Lila and Sarah Simmons as guests. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/5/1904

Boozer, George and two of his children were poisoned by drinking milk containing quick silver. Recognizing the problem they quickly took the antidote and induced vomiting thus being saved. On the following day a Negro boy who was living on the place de-camped. It was no question as to who poisoned the milk. Newberry Herald 5/31/1883, page 3; Albert Myrick, the Negro boy charged with having quick silvered Mr. George Boozer’s milk, was arrested at Helena last week by Chief of Police Fellers. A preliminary exam by Trial Justice Packer on 6/3/1883; Myrick was committed to jail to await Court in default of bail which was fixed at $1000. The evidence was circumstantial. It was not certain the prisoner was guilty. Newberry Herald 6/7/1883

Boozer, George Burda lost the Democratic Primary held 8/30/1904 for County Sub Supervisor. Page 1, Newberry Observer 9/2/1904; When he went to hitch his Percheron gray mare to the carriage after enjoying a hot supper at Smyrna Church on 12/26/1904 he hardly knew the animal. The horse’s mane had been closely roached and his long flowing tail looked like an elephant’s trunk. He was furious. While the horse’s hair grows Mr. Boozer was driving a mule. Page 1, Newberry Observer 12/30/1904

Boozer, George Johnstone, infant son of John W. Boozer of St. Lukes, died 6/22/1893. Newberry Observer, 6/29/1893

Boozer, George of Newberry was a brother to Rev. T. P. Boozer of Newberry and Mrs. Keith of Walhalla. Newberry Observer, 4/13/1893

Boozer, George P. Mrs., 35-year-old, died at her home near Smyrna on 10/13/1892 of typhoid fever. She leaves 7 children. Newberry Observer, 10/20/1892

Boozer, George P. of Smyrna, his infant child died 10/23/1892. Newberry Observer, 10/27/1892; George P. Boozer of Newberry visited J. J. Keith near Walhalla. Newberry Observer, 9/5/1894; George P. Boozer was appointed postmaster at Kadesh. Newberry Observer 1/26/1899; He was paid $4.00 for salary as Township assessor; Supervisor’s Quarterly Report ending 3/21/1899 printed in the Newberry Observer 4/6/1899; He received $3.30 as member of the County Board of Equity during the Quarterly ending 6/30/1899 and published according to the Act of the Legislature of 1897, Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/13/1899; George P. Boozer was a brother to Rev. Fred Boozer of NC. Newberry Observer 3/28/1901; He was the brother to Sheppard Boozer who moved from Smyrna years ago. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/30/1904; George P. Boozer was 1904 Assessor for Township No. 6. Page 4, Newberry Observer 2/12/1904

Boozer, George V. went to Augusta to attend the Confederate Veterans reunion. Newberry Observer 11/15/1900; George V. Boozer married Miss Bertha Addy on 12/15/1901 at St. Luke’s Parsonage by Rev. H. J. Mathias. Newberry Observer 12/17/1901; Boozer, male, white, delivered by Dr. J. M. Kibler, at Newberry City, on 2/11/1903. Parents are George V. and Mrs. Boozer, operatives, of Newberry City, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library); Boozer, male, white, delivered by Dr. J. M. Kibler on 12/6/1904. Parents are G. V. Boozer, mechanic and Mrs. Bertha Boozer of Newberry City, SC; Boozer, female, white, delivered by J. M. Kibler, physician, on 4/27/1910. Parents are George V. Boozer, wheelwright, and Bertha Boozer, housewife, of Newberry City; Edward Fulenwider Boozer, male, white, delivered by J. M. Kibler M. D., on 8/21/1912. Parents are George V. and Bertha Boozer, of Newberry City; Charles Wilson Boozer, male, white, delivered by J. M. Kibler M.D., on 10/21/1918. Parents are George Virgil Boozer, blacksmith, born in Newberry Co. SC, and Bertha Addie Boozer, born in Newberry Co. SC, living in Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library);

Boozer, Gilliam and family colored, moved to Arkansas. Newberry Observer 2/13/1890

Boozer, Grace Mills, 84 years old, died 2/2/1999. Born in Saluda Co., she was a daughter of John and Martha Taylor Mills. Burial was in St. Luke’s Lutheran Church Cemetery. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 2/3/1999

Boozer, Gus B. Jr. was selected as a juror for Sessions Court beginning 3/20/1893, Observer 3/9/1893, page 3

Boozer, H. D. hosted a hot supper for benefit of Smyrna Church at his place, Herald 12/20/1883, page 3; He advertised for sale a small farm with improvements 6 miles west of Newberry Town in a good neighborhood, close to school and churches. Newberry Observer, 11/1/1893; H. D. Boozer was President of the OLD MEN’S DEMOCRATIC CLUB of Township No. 6. Newberry Observer, 4/11/1894; H. D. Boozer was a member of Co. ‘C’ Holcombe Legion in the Confederate War, Page 5, Newberry Observer 11/25/1902

Boozer, H. L. Captain was Intendant of Prosperity, The Prosperity Advertiser 11/24/1897, page 5;

Boozer, H. M. received $10.00 as Constable during the Quarterly 10/1/1898 to 12/28/1898 and published according to the Act of the Legislature of 1897, Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/5/1899; H. M. Boozer has a lemon tree with large lemons. The tree was two years old, and had ½ dozen lemons, some weighing 1¼ pound. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/19/1902; H. M. Boozer was appointed as a manager of elections at Township No. 7, Vaughnville section. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/28/1904; H. M. Boozer, of Vaughnville, bought a ¾ acre lot on Main Street in front of J. H. Summer’s Place. He paid $900 and expects to build next year. Page 8 Newberry Observer 11/18/1904; H. M. Boozer was elected a member of the executive committee of the Chappells Cotton Grower’s Association, Vaughnville District. Page 1, Newberry Observer 2/17/1905; H. M. Boozer and family moved from Vaughnville to East Main Street in Newberry. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/29/1905

Boozer, H. S. bought 1 lot in the town of Prosperity for $146.20, Herald 5/17/1883, page 3; He was paid $2.50 for Ordinary County Funds 1882, 1883, Herald 3/13/1884, page 2; H. S. Boozer was elected delegate of the Prosperity Democratic Club of Township No. 9 for the County Democratic Convention, Herald 6/12/1884, page 3; He was the son of Henry Boozer who died 8/5/1884; the brother of Mrs. Mary C. Lester, William D. Boozer, Mrs. Nancy M. Hawkins, Mrs. E. Long, Herald 8/14/1884, page 3; H. S. Boozer was erecting a new blacksmith shop on his place. Newberry Observer 6/30/1892; Capt. H.S. Boozer was letting the Prosperity Baseball Team practice on his grounds. Newberry Observer 7/14/1892; He improved the appearance of his home with new fencing and other changes, Observer 3/16/1893, page 3; H. S. Boozer joined the newly formed James D. Nance Camp of Confederate Veterans of Newberry. Newberry Observer, 7/6/1893; He lived in Prosperity and was appointed as a notary public by the Governor. Newberry Observer, 11/22/1893; H. Boozer lost several shoats last week. He thinks it was cholera. Press & Reporter 11/6/1895, page 3; H. S. Boozer was sick. His sister Mrs. John Long of Silverstreet visited him. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/28/1905; H. S. Boozer, male, white, died 1/4/1909 of organic heart disease. The deceased was 76 year old, born in Newberry, SC, resided in Newberry City. Dr. W. G. Houseal MD Burial was in Prosperity Cemetery. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library);

Boozer, H. S. Mrs. was having a two-story home built on Harrington Street. The contractor was Irby D. Shockley. The site was recently bought from E. Cabaniss. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/12/1904; Mrs. H. S. Boozer, of Prosperity, was the mother of Mrs. C. B. Martin of Newberry. Page 5, Newberry Observer 3/25/1904; Mrs. H. S. Boozer, of Prosperity, was the mother of C. E. Stewart of Blackstock. Page 5, Newberry Observer 5/6/1904; Mrs. H. S. Boozer, of Prosperity, was the mother of Mrs. Burr Martin of Newberry. Page 1, Newberry Observer 3/3/1905

Boozer, H. W. and wife live in Columbia. They live in Summerville SC. Newberry Herald 8/16/1883

Boozer, Hance of Saluda was a son to B. Luther Boozer. Page 1, Newberry Observer 7/28/1905

Boozer, Harvey E. Jr., 57 years old, died 3/15/2000. Born in Prosperity, he was a son of Harvey Everette and Thelma L. Parnell Boozer Sr. Burial at St. Luke Lutheran Church Cemetery. Caughman-Harmon Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 3/17/2000

Boozer, Hayne of Florida is the brother of Juliet Boozer who will be married today. Newberry Observer 4/9/1891

Boozer, Hennie Miss taught at Trinity, Herald 6/26/1884, page 3

Boozer, Henry 82 years old of Prosperity was buried 8/5/1884 at St. Luke’s Church Cemetery. He was the father of H. S. Boozer, Mrs. Mary C. Lester, William D. Boozer, Mrs. Nancy M. Hawkins, Mrs. E. Long, Herald 8/14/1884, page 2 & 3

Boozer, Henry aged 82 years and 20 days died Aug. 5, 1884 near St. Luke’s Church in Newberry County SC, Lutheran Visitor Issue?

Boozer, Henry M. suffered severe damage from a wind and hailstorm. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/29/1902; Henry M. Boozer of Vaughnville had great crop damage in a wind and hailstorm. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/5/1903

Boozer, Henry Mrs. has gathered 22 oranges from her tree in Laurens Co. Newberry Observer 1/11/1900

Boozer, Henry of Jalapa severed an artery in his foot with an axe, narrowly escaping death, Herald 1/10/1884, page 3

Boozer, Henry paid $13/acre for land he bought in No. 7 Township called ‘The Higgins Place’. Newberry Observer 3/28/1901; Henry Boozer of Moon Township fell into a dry well on 11/29/1901. He is doing nicely. Newberry Observer 12/3/1901

Boozer, Henry S. Boozer Mrs., of Prosperity, died 3/9/1890. Newberry Observer 3/13/1890

Boozer, Henry S. of Prosperity was the father to the Rev. Virgil Boozer of Salisbury NC. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/13/1904; Henry S. Boozer of Prosperity was the father of R. T. Boozer of Lake City FL. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/11/1904; Captain Henry S. Boozer, of Prosperity, was the father of the Hon. R. T. Boozer of Lake City FL. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/15/1905

Boozer, Henry was a survivor of Co. G 13th Regt. SC Vols. Herald 5/15/1884, page 2; Henry Boozer was buried at St. Luke Church in Rocky Ridge 10/2/1890. Newberry Observer 10/2/1890; Henry Boozer was mentioned as deceased in roll call at the reunion in Prosperity of the Confederate Survivors, Co. ‘G’ 13th Regt., SC. held 8/26/1891. Page 3, column 3, Newberry Observer, 8/27/1891

Boozer, Henry, male, black, died 5/17/1897, of phthisis pulmonalis. He lived in Ward 4, was 27 years old, born in Newberry. Buried in Prosperity SC. Reported by Dr. J. H. McIntosh. (Record of Death Returns for the City of Newberry kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boozer, I. J. married Miss N. F. Harmon, both of Newberry on 12/25/1900 by Rev. Z. W. Bedenbaugh. Newberry Observer 1/3/1901

Boozer, J. B. of Columbia delivered his presentation on ‘Gladstone’ for the graduating class of Newberry College June 1898. Newberry Observer 6/15/1898

Boozer, J. C. Mrs. who accidentally shot herself with a pistol on 6/1/1903 died 6/10/1903. Page 1, Newberry Observer 6/12/1903

Boozer, J. D. was reared in St. Luke’s Lutheran Church and later became a Lutheran minister. He labored in the Lutheran ministry for a short time and then turned his attention to the practice of medicine. Herald 11/1/1883, page 1; J. D. Boozer bought 125 acres of land for $572.50. Newberry Observer, 12/8/1892; J. D. Boozer has moved to No. 7 Township (Chappells area). Newberry Observer 1/19/1898; J. D. Boozer is a partner with J. W. Boozer, N. E. Taylor and L. M. Nichols in a sawmill. Newberry Observer 2/9/1898; J. D. Boozer received $2.00 for repairing a bridge during the Quarterly 10/1/1898 to 12/28/1898 and published according to the Act of the Legislature of 1897, Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/5/1899; J. D. Boozer of Moon Township is quite sick at his home near Mudlic. Newberry Observer 11/26/1901

Boozer, J. Edward of Columbia, a dentist, is the son of D. L. Boozer who died 6/26/1902 and the brother of J. William Boozer of Columbia, a dentist, D. L. Boozer Jr. of Newberry, a dentist, Julius Boozer of Newberry, Eugene Boozer of Newberry. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/27/1902

Boozer, J. Edwin Dr. was the son of Mrs. Martha Boozer. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/29/1903

Boozer, J. Edwin, 89 years old, died 9/17/1999. Born in Newberry, he was the son of the late Pierce and Ella Nicholson Boozer. Newberry Observer 9/20/1999

Boozer, J. Hayne moved from Brunswick GA. to Orlando FL. Newberry Observer 11/28/1889

Boozer, J. L. of Prosperity married Estelle Langford on 5/27/1900 by Rev. J. D. Shealy at the home of the bride’s parents, Lorena SC. Newberry Observer 5/31/1900; Boozer, female, white, delivered by J. M. Kibler, physician, on 11/24/1911. Parents are J. L. Boozer, merchant, and Mrs. J.L. Boozer, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boozer, J. Malcomb has moved to No. 7 Township (Chappells area). Newberry Observer 1/19/1898

Boozer, J. S. Mrs. was recently given $2030 on the insurance policy of her husband recently deceased, Herald 5/1/1884, page 3

Boozer, J. S., paid $32.90 by the Ordinary County Fund for the year 1887-1888. Newberry Observer 3/6/1890

Boozer, J. T. returned to his school at Waxahachie TX, Newberry Observer 9/7/1893, page 3

Boozer, J. Thornwell graduated from the Citadel. Newberry Observer 6/26/1890; He graduated 7th in a class of 37. Newberry Observer 7/3/1890; J. T. Boozer was appointed Principal of the school in Coronoca. Newberry Observer 9/4/1890; J. Thornwell Boozer was in charge of Coronoca School. Newberry Observer 9/18/1890; J. Thornwell Boozer will teach at Galveston Texas. Newberry Observer 6/16/1892; J. Thornwell Boozer was leaving Newberry to teach at Waxahachie Texas. Newberry Observer, 9/8/1892; A letter from J. Thornwell Boozer describing his Texas, Page 8, column 4,5, Newberry Observer 9/15/1892; J. T. Boozer of Newberry, now of Waxahachie Texas, wrote a letter to the "Observer" about his friends and surroundings in Texas. Page 2, column 5, Newberry Observer, 1/5/1893; He was principal of the high school at Waxahachie Texas and was spending the summer in Newberry. Newberry Observer, 6/22/1893, page 3; Professor J. Thornwell Boozer of TX. married Carrie Aull, daughter of James H. Aull on 12/27/1893 at the home of the bride’s father. They will live in TX. Newberry Observer, 12/27/1893; Professor J. Thornwell Boozer, 28 years old, drowned in TX. on 7/14/1894. He had married Carrie Aull who survives him. Burial will be in Smyrna Burial Ground. Newberry Observer 7/18/1894

Boozer, J. W. has roseola in the family. Newberry Observer, 3/31/1897; J. W. Boozer was a partner with J. D. Boozer, N. E. Taylor and L. M. Nichols in a sawmill. Newberry Observer 2/9/1898; J. Wesley Boozer’s home caught fire 7/16/1898.One room of furniture was destroyed but the fire was put out before the building was damaged. Newberry Observer 7/20/1898; J. W. Boozer was painfully hurt by a mule 3 weeks ago. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/29/1902; J. W. Boozer has typhoid fever. Page 5, Newberry Observer 5/25/1903; J. W. Boozer and family are recovering from typhoid fever. The neighbors joined together and each gave him a day’s work. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/16/1903.

Boozer, J. W. Mrs., died 8/31/1883. She leaves a husband and six children. Herald 9/13/1883, page 3

Boozer, J. W. was a member of the lawful jury at an inquisition held over the bodies of Prue Grier and Dorse Grier on 8/24/1880 at the plantation of Mrs. J. B. Leonard. A record of the inquisition was kept at the SC State Archives and was printed in the Old Newberry Chapter Quarterly, Summer 2001 edition; J. W. Boozer had a mechanical monstrosity at his shop, Herald 10/23/1884, page 1; Dr. J. W. Boozer returned from Salisbury, NC where he attended a meeting of the NC Dental Assoc. Newberry Observer 5/22/1895; He was elected corresponding secretary for the SC Dental Assoc. at a recent convention. Newberry Observer 7/10/1895; Dr. J. William Boozer, oldest son of Dr. D. L. Boozer married Mamie Black, daughter of Mrs. Conway Black and sister to Edgar Black of Lachicotte & Co. on 6/30/1896, by Rev. E. A. Wingard at the home of the bride’s mother. It was a quiet affair. They will reside at 1320 Blanding St., Columbia. Newberry Observer 7/1/1896; Dr. J. W. Boozer, of Columbia, visited his father Dr. D. L. Boozer. Newberry Observer 8/16/1900; J. William Boozer, of Columbia, a dentist, was the son of D. L. Boozer who died 6/26/1902 and the brother of J. Edward Boozer of Columbia, a dentist, D. L. Boozer Jr. of Newberry, a dentist, Julius Boozer of Newberry, Eugene Boozer of Newberry. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/27/1902; Dr. J. W. Boozer was the son of Mrs. Martha Boozer. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/16/1903.

Boozer, Jacob H. was nominated for House of Representatives, Herald 6/5/1884, page 3; He bought 10 ½ acres of land from George Dominick 7/26/1895. Information from the unrecorded will at the Probate Office.

Boozer, Jacob his small grocery store and meat market business was not insured. He got out about ¾ of his stock in the fire of 12/24/1905. The building itself belonged to Mrs. Harriet Y. Lane and was not insured, with damage to some extent. Page 1, Newberry Observer 12/29/1905

Boozer, Jacob on Saluda was the victim of vandalism to his bellows and harness with a knife. The culprit was unknown, Herald 4/24/1884, page 3; Jacob Boozer was elected delegate of the Smokey Town Democratic Club of Township No. 9 for the County Democratic Convention, Herald 6/12/1884, page 3; Jacob Boozer, 86 years old, walked across the frozen Saluda just above the Graddick Ferry, where he lives. Newberry Observer, 2/9/1893; Jacob Boozer, who lives just beyond Graddick’s ferry on the Newberry side died 4/9/1898. Burial was in Boozer Burial ground. He was a brother of Dr. D. Luther Boozer of Columbia and Mrs. Joe Lown. They are the only two relatives to survive him. Newberry Observer 4/13/1898

Boozer, James and family of St. Luke’s Community received a shock from lightening on 4/26/1895. Details on Page 3, column 3, Newberry Observer 5/1/1895

Boozer, James colored, was elected as a delegate from Township No. 6 for the Republican Convention. Page 5, Newberry Observer 2/23/1904

Boozer, James colored, who formerly belonged to Mr. Teague, died in Town last Thursday night, 5/30/1878. Newberry Herald, 6/5/1878

Boozer, James F. gave testimony at the Coroner’s inquisition held 8/2/1880 in Township No. 6, Newberry County SC. Information was from CORONER’S INQUISITIONS, printed in the Winter 2000 Quarterly of the Old Newberry Chapter Gen. Society. Records taken from film kept at the SC Archives.

Boozer, James W. married Mrs. Euphemia E. Schumpert on 10/9/1994 at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church officiated by Rev. J. Hawkins, Herald 10/16/1884, page 2; He bought the share of the business in the old Schumpert mill belonging to his father-in-law, J. M. Taylor. Newberry Observer, 11/8/1893

Boozer, James, now lives in Montville, Laurens Co., SC. Newberry Herald 4/23/1879

Boozer, Jane Mrs. died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. D. M. Ward on 1/6/1893. Newberry Observer, 1/12/1893; Mrs. Jane Boozer, 75 year old wife of Lemuel L. Boozer, died 6/18/1902 at her home in Stoney Battery. Burial was at St. Luke’s Church. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/20/1902

Boozer, Jane was the sister of M. C. and Corrie Boozer. Newberry Observer 8/21/1895; Jane Boozer was sick. Newberry Observer 9/11/1895

Boozer, Janie L. Davenport, 96 years old, died 4/6/1998 at Newberry County Memorial Hospital. Born in Newberry Co., she was a daughter of William Davenport and Mary Tribble Davenport. Burial was in Werts Cemetery. Wilson Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 4/8/1998 & 4/10/1998

Boozer, Janie Miss has typhoid fever. Page 5, Newberry Observer 6/27/1902; She improves slowly, Page 5, Newberry Observer 7/22/1902

Boozer, Jefferson D. was selected as a juror for Common Pleas Court for March Term, Observer 3/16/1893, page 3

Boozer, Jessie was advertised as having mail at the Newberry Post Office for pick-up, Herald 1/31/1884, page 3

Boozer, Jim colored, was arrested on suspicion of recent robberies in Newberry. Newberry Observer, 1/9/1895; Court of Sessions HOUSEBREAKING AND LARCENY, not guilty. Separate case: COURT OF SESSIONS, housebreaking and larceny, not guilty, Newberry Observer 3/27/1895; Jim Boozer colored, was arrested by Policeman Franklin for gambling. The Mayor, at a hearing, released Jim Boozer for lack of evidence. Newberry Observer 1/5/1899

Boozer, Job J. Dr. of Clinton was brother to Mrs. Burton of Beth Eden, who was very sick since returning from Arkansas. Newberry Observer, 1/5/1893

Boozer, John C. Mrs. died last week. Newberry Observer 7/1/1896

Boozer, John C. was a member of Co. ‘C’ Reserves, in the Confederate War, Page 5, Newberry Observer 11/25/1902

Boozer, John D. was attending a Business College in Williamston. Newberry Observer 3/17/1892; John D. Boozer married Mamie Lovelace of Mt. Pilgrim on 12/22/1897 at the home of the bride’s mother Mrs. Joanna Lovelace. Newberry Observer 12/22/1897; John D. Boozer married Mamie Lovelace, both of Newberry on 12/22/1897 at the home of the bride’s mother by Rev. George S. Bearden. Newberry Observer 1/5/1898; John D. Boozer was the newest worker at the Newberry Express office. Newberry Observer 9/28/1898; John D. Boozer of Prosperity accepted a job as telegraph operator in Goldville. Page 5, Newberry Observer 1/29/1904; John D. Boozer will move his family to Kinards where he has a job with the CN&L RR. Page 4, Newberry Observer 10/17/1905

Boozer, John Franklin "Frank" Jr., 68 years old, husband of Peggy Folk Boozer, died 3/8/1998 at Newberry County Memorial Hospital. Born in Newberry, he was a son of John Frank Sr. and Cora Lee Hendrix Boozer. Burial was in Newberry Memorial Gardens. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 3/9/1998

Boozer, John W. married Miss Azolee Rhodes on 12/23/1884 at the home of the bride’s father by Rev. Luther Broadus, Herald 12/25/1884, page 3, John W. Boozer of St. Lukes, his infant son, George Johnstone Boozer, died 6/22/1893. Newberry Observer, 6/29/1893; John W. Boozer was a new member of James D. Nance Camp on 5/10/1905. Page 5, Newberry Observer 5/12/1905; John W. Boozer was named as husband in the unrecorded will dated 10/17/1929 of Mrs. Elvie E. Dominick. Also named was a stepson Cecil E. Dominick. Information from the unrecorded will at the Probate Office.

Boozer, John was a member of Co. ‘G’ Holcombe Legion in the Confederate War, Page 5, Newberry Observer 11/25/1902

Boozer, John was baggage master at the Southern Depot in Newberry. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/12/1902.

Boozer, John, son of Mrs. Jane Boozer fell from a moving freight train. He was up and about now with no serious injuries. Newberry Observer 10/9/1895

Boozer, Juliet Miss of Prosperity, married J. P. Wheeler at Grace Church on 4/9/1891. Newberry Observer 4/9/1891; A description of the event on Page 3, column 3, Newberry Observer 4/16/1891;

Boozer, Julius will portray ‘Albert’ in "The Story of the Life of Martin Luther" at the Opera House. (A photograph of the players was on page 3) Newberry Observer 2/5/1896; Julius Boozer has been given a position with SC & GA RR in the freight department. Newberry Observer 7/6/1898; Julius Boozer was the son of Dr. D. L. Boozer of Columbia and the brother to Eugene Boozer of Newberry. Newberry Observer 1/4/1900; he was the son of D. L. Boozer who died 6/26/1902 and the brother of J. Edward Boozer of Columbia, a dentist, D. L. Boozer Jr. of Newberry, a dentist. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/27/1902; Julius B. Boozer was principal of Walnut Grove School. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/17/1902; He was the son of Mrs. Martha Boozer and brother to Eugene Boozer. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/1/1904

Boozer, L. C. moved from Stoney Battery to the home of his father-in-law in No. 6 Township. Newberry Observer, 1/3/1894

Boozer, L. C. Mrs. advertised a stolen cow, calf and heifer, Herald 12/13/1883, page 3; She was the sister of C. H. Suber. Newberry Observer 6/2/1892; Mrs. L. C. Boozer of Newberry was the cousin of Miss Russell of Abbeville. Newberry Observer, 5/25/1893; Mrs. Lavinia C. Boozer published a book as a memorial to her brother Hon. C. H. Suber. A copy has been placed in the Kennedy Library. Newberry Observer, 9/5/1894; Mrs. L. C. Boozer, was at Glenn Springs (abstractor’s note: Glenn Springs was a health spa) Newberry Observer 7/31/1895; Lavinia F. Boozer, female, white, died 5/9/1897, of pneumonia. She lived in Ward 4, a resident of Newberry City for 10 years, was 73 years old, born in Newberry County. Reported by Dr. O. B. Mayer. Buried in Rosemont Cemetery. (Record of Death Returns for the City of Newberry kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boozer, L. D. Mrs. of Kinards was a daughter to Miss Counts and D. L. Moore who died at his home in Newnan, Coweta Co. GA on 8/11/1905. She was a sister to Mrs. J. Simpson Dominick of Chappells and a step sister to R. C. Moore and L. L. Moore of Newman GA, Mrs. Lythgo of Auburn ALA. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/18/1905

Boozer, L. H. M. was a member of Co. ‘D’ 13th Regt., in the Confederate War, Page 5, Newberry Observer 11/25/1902

Boozer, L. L. was a new member of James D. Nance Confederate Veterans and their sons, Post No. 336. Newberry Observer, 7/4/1894; L. L. Boozer of Co. ‘H’ 3rd Regt. received his Confederate Cross at the Memorial Day Services held at Newberry on 5/9/1903. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/12/1903

Boozer, Langdon was shot and killed at Chester on 3/27/1905 by W. E. Perry. Burial was in a Cemetery in Kinards. He was the son of Luther Boozer. Page 1& 2. He was the nephew of M. H. Boozer, page 5, Newberry Observer 3/31/1905

Boozer, Larkin colored, was "Cured" of not being able for the past 2 years to raise his hand above his head. It was done by a traveling medicine man going by the name of Mr. Leo. Newberry Observer, 10/31/1894

Boozer, Lemuel B., white, 4 months old, died at home August 1869 of cholera infantum. Newberry County Mortality Census for the Year ending 6/1/1870. FLOYD TOWNSHIP

Boozer, Lenora, daughter of J. W. Boozer, has typhoid fever. Page 5, Newberry Observer 5/25/1903

Boozer, Lewis colored, caught attempting to rob a safe was in jail. Newberry Observer 2/27/1890; COURT OF SESSIONS, burglary, true bill, Newberry Observer 3/20/1890; 10 years hard labor at the Penitentiary. Newberry Observer 3/27/1890

Boozer, Lewis Johnson, 14-year-old son of Samuel P. Boozer, had a severe fall on 9/10/1901 while getting figs. He was unconscious for a time after the fall and was now with fever. Newberry Observer 9/12/1901

Boozer, Lilla lived near St. Luke’s. Newberry Observer, 3/13/1895; Lilla Boozer visited her sister Mrs. Cromer. Newberry Observer 11/9/1899

Boozer, Lillie, oldest daughter of Captain H. S. Boozer married to F. Lawson Paysinger on 11/6/1879 at Prosperity by Rev. J. Hawkins and Rev. J. D. Bowles. Newberry Herald 11/12/1879

Boozer, Lindsay passed the examination and has received a teacher’s certificate. Newberry Observer, 5/30/1894; He was appointed as a manager of elections at Township No. 9, O’Neall section. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/28/1904

Boozer, Loudia Mae, see Loudia Mae Boozer HUNTER, Newberry Observer 3/2/1998

Boozer, Lucile lived in Jacksonville FL. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/2/1904; Miss Lucile Boozer, of Ridgeway, was the cousin to Miss Morsie Hayes. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/21/1905

Boozer, Lucille Miss married John Hamm, both of Goldville on 4/30/1905 at the home of the bride’s mother Mrs. Boozer of Goldville, officiated by Rev. J. T. Miller of Kinards. Page 5, Newberry Observer 5/2/1905;

Boozer, Lucinda colored, was taken to the asylum in Columbia on 10/30/1897. She lived in Smyrna and lost her mind 10-12 days ago becoming violent at times. Newberry Observer 11/10/1897

Boozer, Lucretia Mrs. was advertised having a letter for pick up at the Post Office, Herald 10/2/1884, page 3

Boozer, Lucy had married R. D. Smith of Newberry several years ago. He was a leading merchant in Newberry and the senior member of the firm of Smith and Wearn, clothiers. Newberry Observer, 7/13/1893

Boozer, Lucy P. bought at Master Sale 76 acres for $820. Newberry Observer 11/7/1901

Boozer, Luther, COURT OF SESSION, disposing of property under lien, mistrial. Newberry Observer 3/25/1896

Boozer, Luther, died of typhoid fever on 8/22/1878 after an illness of two weeks, in the 24th year of age at Mr. J. C. Wilson’s Mudlick Place. He was unmarried. Newberry Herald, 8/28/1878

Boozer, M. C. Miss was the sister of Jane and Corrie Boozer. Newberry Observer 8/21/1895; M. C. Boozer was sick. Newberry Observer 9/11/1895

Boozer, M. H. was the uncle to Langdon Boozer and brother to Luther Boozer. Page 5, Newberry Observer 3/31/1905

Boozer, Malcomb married Mary Johnson on 12/24/1899 by Rev. M. W. Rankin at the home of the bride’s parents. Newberry Observer 1/4/1900; He lost his home and contents to fire on 3/12/1904 in Moon Township, near Vaughnville. There was no insurance. Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/15/1904

Boozer, male, black, died 10/6/1896 of stillborn. He resided in Ward 4. Reported by Dr. P. G. Ellisor. Burial was in the colored cemetery. (Record of Death Returns for the City of Newberry kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boozer, male, black, stillborn, delivered by Mary Hodges, midwife, on 10/5/1916. Parents are Bill Boozer, laborer, born in SC, and Mary Q. Boozer, born in SC, living in Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boozer, male, white, delivered by Dr. W. G. Houseal, at Newberry City, on 1/9/1904. Parents are Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Boozer of Newberry City, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boozer, Margaret Miss died in Newberry County 10/7/1884 at age 71 years, 10 months, 15 days, Herald 10/16/1884, page 3

Boozer, Mariah Mrs. has a letter for pick up at the Prosperity Post office. Page 5, Newberry Observer 4/7/1905

Boozer, Martha Mrs. and sons Julius and Eugene moved to Columbia. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/1/1904

Boozer, Martha Mrs. was the mother of Dr. J. Edwin Boozer. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/29/1903; Her son Dr. J. W. Boozer visited her. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/16/1903

Boozer, Mary C., white, 22 years old, died November 1869 at home of the measles. Newberry County Mortality Census for the Year ending 6/1/1870. FLOYD TOWNSHIP

Boozer, Mary Jane, female, white, died 5/17/1915 of chronic valvular heart disease. The deceased was 55 years, 8 months, 13 days old, born in Newberry Co., South Carolina, lived in Newberry SC. Reported by J. B. Setzler MD Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boozer, Mary lives near St. Luke’s. Newberry Observer, 3/13/1895

Boozer, Mary Miss of Columbia was a noted beauty who went from one husband to the next spending all his money. She was finally beheaded in Japan – full story, Herald 10/30/1884, page 2; some claim the story to be a hoax. She was known as the Countess Pourtales and living in Switzerland with her husband of 10 years. Herald 11/6/1884, page 3

Boozer, Mary, female, white, died 6/30/1909 of cancer. The deceased was 60 years old, born in SC, resided in Newberry City. Reported by Dr. P. G. Ellisor MD (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boozer, Mary, see Mary Boozer JOHNSON, Newberry Observer 4/8/1998 & 4/10/1998

Boozer, Matthew Evans Rev., 91 years old, of Newberry, died 12/18/2000 at Country Side Village SC. He was born 9/19/1909, the son of Levi Clayton Boozer and Sally Longshore Boozer. He has been married for 66 years to Lucy Eleanor Waldrop Boozer who survives him. Burial was in Hillcrest Memorial Park and Gardens. Dillard Memorial Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 12/18/2000

Boozer, Mattie E. married George R. Hipp, both of Newberry on 12/28/1892 at the home of the bride’s father, Wesley Boozer by Rev. D. D. Dantzler. Newberry Observer, 1/5/1893, page 3

Boozer, Maud Miss of Newberry visited in Silverstreet, Herald 8/20/1885, page 3; She married O. E. Johnson Jr. of Charleston on 4/18/1889 by Rev. J. S. Cozby. Newberry Herald 4/25/1889

Boozer, Maud, see Maud Boozer Waters SUMMER, Newberry Observer 12/28/1998

Boozer, May Miss was visited by Miss Belle O’Brien of Charleston, Observer 7/19/1883, page 3; visited her sister Mrs. O. E. Johnson in Charleston, Herald 2/28/1884, page 3; She attended Wofford College commencement, Herald 6/12/1884, page 3; Miss May Boozer won a prize at the Newberry Agricultural Fair for pears hermetically sealed, Herald 11/6/1884, page 2; She married J. L. Bowles at the home of her father S. P. Boozer on 1/20/1886 by Rev. C. M. Payne of Concord NC, Herald 1/20/1886, page 3

Boozer, Medora Miss married J. Erasmus Monts. She died 12/3/1905. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/5/1905

Boozer, Millie was the cousin of Maud Anderson. Newberry Observer, 7/28/1892; Millie Boozer married Vernon Wilson on 10/30/1895 at the home of the bride’s father, Henry D. Boozer of No. 6 Township; details of the wedding on Page 3, column 2. Newberry Observer 11/6/1895

Boozer, Miss was escorted by I. H. Hunt to a theater party on 3/6/1894. Everyone was dressed in evening attire, chaperoned by Col. and Mrs. W. H. Hunt and Dr. and Mrs. James H. McIntosh. Newberry Observer, 3/14/1894; Miss Boozer personated ‘Helen of Troy’ at the Shakespearean Party given by R. L. McCaughrin on 12/27/1894. Newberry Observer, 1/2/1895

Boozer, Miss, daughter of Henry Boozer, married James Lester. She died 2/7/1904. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/16/1904

Boozer, Mooch COURT OF SESSIONS, housebreaking and larceny, acquitted. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/7/1903

Boozer, Mr. and Mrs., their youngest child died of cholera infantum on 3/29/1878. Newberry Herald 4/3/1878

Boozer, Mrs. of Kadesh lost her pocketbook with $30 while in Newberry on 1/16/1902. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/21/1902

Boozer, Mrs., female, white, died 10/29/1906 of Asthenia desnectute. She was 81 years old, born in SC., resided in Newberry City. Dr. W. G. Houseal MD (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boozer, N. Melverdia married George H. Morris on 1/17/1893 at the Methodist Parsonage by Rev. D. D. Dantzler. Newberry Observer, 1/26/1893

Boozer, Nan Laura, female, white, delivered by W. G. Houseal, physician, on 8/1/1908. Parents are J. R. Boozer, merchant, and Mrs. J. R. Boozer, of Newberry City. (Report out of sequence – recorded after 11/8/1908) (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boozer, Nan, see Nan Boozer HILL, Newberry Observer 1/5/1998

Boozer, Nancy E., female, white, died 2/29/1916 of pulmonary tuberculosis. The deceased was 28 years old, born in Marion Co., SC., lived in Newberry. Reported by W. G. Houseal MD. Burial was in Marion, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boozer, Nettie, see Nettie Boozer MERRITT, Newberry Observer 3/8/1999

Boozer, Newton Mrs. was the daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Longshore who died 10/30/1904. She was the sister to Henry E. Longshore, Mrs. G. L. Clamp, Miss Mary Longshore. Page 8, Newberry Observer 11/4/1904

Boozer, Newton of Jalapa was among the sick, Herald 5/15/1884, page 3

Boozer, Oscar H. "Dick", 75 years old, died 12/28/1998 at Saluda Nursing Center. Born in Newberry Co., he was a son of Oscar Boozer and Agnes Mills Boozer Lake. Burial was in Newberry Memorial Gardens. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 12/28/1998

Boozer, P. N. married Emma M. Mayer, both of Newberry, on 1/10/1894 at the home of the bride’s parents by Rev. M. J. Epting. Newberry Observer, 1/24/1894

Boozer, Press N. Mrs. daughter of James W. McKittrick, died at her home in No. 7 Township on 9/18/1892 of typhoid fever. Newberry Observer, 9/22/1892

Boozer, Preston N. bought from John O. Koon the ‘Mudlic Place’ in No. 7 Township for $4900. It contains 829 acres. Newberry Observer 8/15/1901; He will be postmaster of Mudlic, succeeding M. J. Longshore. He was a farmer, merchandiser, and will run the Longshore ginnery next season. Newberry Observer 11/22/1901; P. N. Boozer, and family of Mudlic vacationed at Stomp Spring near Whitmire. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/25/1902; P. N. Boozer of Vaughnville had great crop damage in a wind and hailstorm. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/5/1903; Press N. Boozer was 1904 Assessor for Township No. 7. Page 4, Newberry Observer 2/12/1904; P. N. Boozer, of Township No. 7, was appointed a member of the committee in establishing a cottonseed oil company in Newberry. Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/22/1904

Boozer, R. C. was to get $22.50 for 1894 as a Confederate Soldier pension. Newberry Observer, 5/9/1894

Boozer, R. T. of Lake City FL visited his father Captain Henry S. Boozer in Prosperity. He will visit C. B. Martin in Newberry. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/11/1904; Hon. R. T. Boozer, of Lake City FL was the son of Captain Henry S. Boozer of Prosperity. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/15/1905; Arthur Middleton received a land grant for 500 acres in Ninety Six District 9/9/1774 from King George 3rd. The grant in entirety was printed in the newspaper. The paper was in the possession of R. T. Boozer of Florida. Page 2, Newberry Observer 9/1/1905

Boozer, Rebecca C. of Township No. 9 was granted a pension for 1899 by the County Pension Board. Page 1, Newberry Observer 4/20/1899

Boozer, Rem, laborer, living at Ward #4 in Newberry, and wife Fannie Boozer have a black male child born 10/6/1896, delivered by Dr. P. G. Ellisor. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boozer, Reuben, 14 years old, a worker at the cotton mill was seriously stabbed by Olie Osburn, 16 years old. Newberry Observer, 3/14/1894

Boozer, Rhett married Miss Belle Dominick on 1/25/1903 at the St. Luke Parsonage by Rev. H. J. Mathias. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/30/1903

Boozer, Rhoda of Clinton visited relatives in Newberry. Newberry Observer 11/6/1895

Boozer, Robert colored, his 3-month-old child died. Newberry Observer, 7/11/1894

Boozer, Robert Losson, male, white, delivered by W. G. Houseal M.D., on 7/14/1917. Parents are John R. Boozer, merchant, born in SC. and Elvira Nancy Oxner Boozer, born in SC., living in Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boozer, Robert was a member of the lawful jury at an inquisition held over the body of Herbert Swittenberg 8/16/1880, at the Newberry County Jail. A record of the inquisition was kept at the SC State Archives and was printed in the Old Newberry Chapter Quarterly, Summer 2001 edition.

Boozer, Rose, Mrs. visited her sister Mrs. Sally Bolick in Ridgeway. Newberry Observer 7/24/1890; Mrs. Rose Boozer widow of Lemuel Boozer died at her home near Longshore on 5/27/1901 of pneumonia. Burial was at Smyrna. Newberry Observer 5/30/1901.

Boozer, Roseannah, Mrs., 71 years old, died at her home near St. Luke’s on 11/26/1890. Newberry Observer 12/4/1890

Boozer, Rufus and family of FL were visiting Mr. H. S. Boozer of Prosperity. Newberry Observer 4/9/1891; Rufus T. Boozer and family from Florida were spending time with his father in Prosperity. Newberry Observer 7/18/1894; Rufus Boozer had an acre planted of the velvet bean which makes excellent stock food. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/3/1902.

Boozer, S. A. went to NC where he will remain for a month, Observer 7/19/1883, page 3; was elected 1st vice-president of the LOTUS CLUB, Herald 2/14/1884, page 3; S. A. Boozer was score keeper for a baseball game between the MOWERS and the CALDWELLS, Herald 8/21/1884, page 3; S. A. Boozer was a delegate from the Newberry YMCA to the State Convention in Greenville April 11th to 14th. Newberry Herald 3/21/1889

Boozer, S. B. was drawn to serve on the Petit jury in the US Circuit Court convening in Charleston on 4/1, Observer 2/9/1893, page 3

BOOZER, S. P. & SON Insurance agents – advertisement, Herald 4/24/1884, page 2

Boozer, S. P. Mrs., was visited by her sister, Mrs. W. M. Robbins of Statesville, NC. Newberry Observer 5/15/1890; Mrs. S. P. Boozer was the mother of Mrs. O. E. Johnson of Summerville, SC. Newberry Observer 5/8/1895; She was the mother of Mrs. I. M. Bowles of Augusta GA. Newberry Observer 8/14/1895; Mrs. S. P. Boozer won the Second Prize (a Jardiniere) at the Chrysanthemum Show on 11/17/1896. Newberry Observer 11/18/1896; Mrs. S. P. Boozer won 3rd prize at the chrysanthemum show on 10/29/1897. Newberry Observer 11/3/1897; Mrs. Samuel P. Boozer, of Calhoun Street in Newberry was dying. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/30/1903; She died at her home in Newberry 10/30/1903. She was born 3/1/1839, Matilda Montgomery, daughter of Rev. A. D. and Mrs. Eliza Lewis Montgomery in Halifax VA. She married Samuel P. Boozer 7/9/1856 and was the mother of 11 children. She was survived by 6 children: Mrs. J. L. Bowles, Mrs. J. H. Hollingsworth of Augusta GA., Mrs. O. E. Johnson of Charleston, Mrs. R. D. Smith, Miss Ethel Boozer of Newberry, Miss Genevieve Boozer of Newberry. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. Page 8, Newberry Observer 11/3/1903

Boozer, S. P. was a petit juror in US Court in Greenville, Herald 2/8/1883, page 3; S. P. Boozer had a good garden plow for sale, Herald 4/5/1883, page 3; Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Boozer went to Summerville to visit their daughter, Mrs. Johnson. Newberry Herald 8/16/1883; He was a Newberry merchant 28 years ago and was still living, Herald 11/29/1883, page 3; advertised his services for white washing, Herald 8/2/1883, page 3; S. P. Boozer was paid $23.30, $2.25 for Ordinary County Funds 1882, 1883, Herald 3/13/1884, page 2; S. P. Boozer of Newberry was visited by his son-in-law O. E. Johnston of Charleston, Herald 4/24/1884, page 3; S. P. Boozer was elected as a delegate of the Democratic Club for the County Convention, Herald, 5/30/1884, page 3; S. P. Boozer gave a social in honor of some visiting ladies in Newberry, Herald 8/27/1885, page 3; S. P. Boozer was paid $21.85, $22, $13.40, $10.40, $16, $6, $11.22, $7.90 by the County Commissioners during the year 1885, Herald 1/13/1886, page 2; S. P. Boozer was visited by his daughter Mrs. O. E. Johnson of Mt. Pleasant, Herald 1/13/1886, page 3; S. P. Boozer was paid $13.25 by the Ordinary County Fund for the school district No. 1, year 1888-1889. Newberry Observer 3/6/1890; He was paid $13.20 & $4 by the Ordinary County Fund for the year 1887-1888; He was paid $45, $67.65, $135.85 & $18.50 by the Ordinary County Fund for the year 1888-1889. Newberry Observer 3/6/1890; He was the father of Mrs. O. E. Johnson of Columbia. Newberry Observer 7/3/1890; S. P., Boozer, was visited by his daughter Mrs. O. E. Johnson of Columbia. Newberry Observer 6/25/1891; S. P. Boozer, was the father of Mrs. J. L. Bowles of Augusta GA. Newberry Observer 6/9/1892; Samuel P. Boozer dissolved his partnership with John C. Groggans in the mercantile business. He will now devote his time to the insurance business. Newberry Observer, 1/5/1893; S. P. Boozer of Calhoun Street was visited by daughter Mrs. J. L. Bowles and children of Augusta, Newberry Observer 4/20/1893, page 3; S. P. Boozer had an insurance office over Jones & Jones Law Office, Newberry Observer 1/12/1893, page 3; Large advertisement, Newberry Observer 1/19/1893, page 3; His daughter was Mrs. Bowles of Augusta. Newberry Observer, 11/1/1893; S. P. Boozer was the father of Mrs. Hollingsworth, nee Tilla Boozer. Newberry Observer 6/16/1897; S. P. Boozer was the brother to Mrs. Permelia Burton. Newberry Observer 2/2/1898; S. P. Boozer received $62.50 as insurance for Newberry during the Quarterly 10/1/1898 to 12/28/1898 and published according to the Act of the Legislature of 1897, Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/5/1899; S. P. Boozer was the father of Mrs. J. B. Hollingsworth of Augusta. Newberry Observer 2/2/1899; He received $23.65 for insurance during the Quarterly ending 6/30/1899 and published according to the Act of the Legislature of 1897, Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/13/1899; He was the parent to Mrs. O. E. Johnson of Summerville. Newberry Observer 8/3/1899; He was the father of Mrs. J. H. Hollingsworth. Newberry Observer 9/7/1899 & Newberry Observer 1/25/1900; He was father to Mrs. J. L. Bowles of Augusta. Newberry Observer 8/2/1900; He was the father of Mrs. O. E. Johnson of Charleston. Newberry Observer 9/13/1900; Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Boozer, live on Calhoun Street. Newberry Observer 12/3/1901; S. P. Boozer advertised his Clothing Store in the Newberry Mirror of 10/31/1855. Page 5, Newberry Observer 6/27/1902; Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Boozer lived on Calhoun Street. They were visited by their daughter Mrs. J. L. Bowles of Augusta GA. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/16/1903; S. P. Boozer was the father of Ethel Boozer and Genevieve Boozer. They went to Augusta for the Christmas Holiday. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/25/1903; S. P. Boozer of Newberry was the father of Mrs. J. L. Bowles of Augusta. Page 5, Newberry Observer 4/5/1904; S. P. Boozer, of Newberry was the father of Mrs. O. E. Johnson of Charleston. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/3/1904; S. P. Boozer, was grandfather to Miss Marguerite Bowles of Augusta GA and Cadet Lewis Johnson of Clemson College. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/23/1904; S. P. Boozer, was summoned to Augusta GA due the critical illness of his daughter Mrs. Hollingsworth. Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/7/1905; He was the father-in-law to O. E. Johnson. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/12/1905; S. P. Boozer, was the grandfather to Lewis Johnson of Charleston. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/13/1905; S. P. Boozer moved his office to across the street under the Newberry Hotel, next to Reese’s barbershop. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/21/1905; S. P. Boozer, male, white, died 6/1/1909 of cystitis. The deceased was born in SC, resided in Newberry City. Reported by Dr. P. G. Ellisor MD (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boozer, S. P. was elected local agent and member of the board of directors of the Atlanta National Building and Loan Association of Newberry, Newberry Observer 9/28/1893, page 3

Boozer, Sallie Dora Miss married W. S. Nobles, both of Newberry on 12/27/1900 by Rev. D. P. Boyd at the Newberry Circuit Parsonage. Newberry Observer 1/3/1901

Boozer, Sallie Miss daughter of R. C. Boozer visited in Prosperity, Herald 2/7/1884, page 3

Boozer, Sam and family of Smyrna will vacation at Stomp Spring near Whitmire. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/25/1902

Boozer, Samuel A., 29 year old only son of Samuel P. Boozer, died at his home in Newberry on 4/13/1890 of consumption. He leaves a wife and one child. Newberry Observer 4/17/1890; The home of Samuel A. Boozer on Calhoun Street has been bought by R. D. Smith. Newberry Observer 5/22/1890

Boozer, Samuel Jr. was recovering from typhoid fever. Newberry Herald 1/29/1879; He was going to Charleston for his health. Newberry Herald 2/26/1879

Boozer, Samuel P. Mrs. was the sister of Miss Mattie Montgomery who married William M. Robbins of Statesville NC. Page 5, Newberry Observer 5/5/1905

Boozer, Sarah colored, widow, 58 years old, died April 1870 at home of heart disease. Newberry County Mortality Census for the Year ending 6/1/1870. FLOYD TOWNSHIP

Boozer, Sheppard, who moved from Smyrna years ago, visited his brother George P. Boozer. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/30/1904

Boozer, Sidney, one of his twins died 7/30/1904, aged 3 months 15 days. Burial was in New Chapel Cemetery. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/2/1904

Boozer, Solomon came to his death by the falling off a plank out of a tub to be used as well curbing at the home of W. P. B. Harmon on 2/25/1879. Testimony was at the Coroner’s inquisition held 3/4/1879 in Dawkin’s Graveyard, Newberry County SC. Information was from CORONER’S INQUISITIONS, printed in the Fall 2000 Quarterly of the Old Newberry Chapter Gen. Society. Records taken from film kept at the SC Archives; Solomon Boozer was killed last week while working in a well on Ben Harmon’s place, about fourteen miles from town, a tub of rocks falling in on him. He lived one day after the accident. Newberry Herald 3/5/1879

Boozer, Susey Mrs.,Aunt Susey’, had a second stroke of paralysis on 9/19/1902. She lost the use of her left side. She was 80 years old. Page 5, Newberry Observer 9/26/1902; Mrs. Susie Boozer moved to Saluda to live with her son Cornelius. Page 1, Newberry Observer 1/6/1903; Mrs. Susie Boozer fell last week and was helpless from the effects. Rev. C. P. Boozer of Saluda was at his mother’s bedside. Page 5, Newberry Observer 5/25/1903

Boozer, T. J. advertised beef for sale at T. M. Neel’s place on Friday night; Spehl’s shop on Saturday morning; Helena on Saturday evenings; 6-8 cents/pound, Newberry Observer 6/1/1893, page 3

Boozer, T. N. was a member of Co. ‘C’ Reserves, in the Confederate War, Page 5, Newberry Observer 11/25/1902

Boozer, T. P. of Newberry was a brother to George Boozer of Newberry and Mrs. Keith of Walhalla. Newberry Observer, 4/13/1893;

Boozer, T. Q. advertised his partnership with T. C. Pool was dissolved and he will continue the business as sole proprietor, Herald 2/21/1884, page 3; T. Q. Boozer was suffering from neuralgia but was out again, Herald 3/20/1884, page 3; He advertised he was tired of trying to get people to pay what they owed and if not settled in accounts in 30 days will turn over collections to a lawyer, Herald, 5/8/1884, page 3; T. Q. Boozer was elected Treasurer of the Knights of the Golden Rule, Herald 7/17/1884, page 3; Thomas Q. Boozer merchant, living at Ward #4 in Newberry, and wife Catherine Boozer have a white male child born 10/3/1886, delivered by Dr. James McIntosh. Return of Births in the City of Newberry SC. 8/19/1885 to 12/15/1918 kept in the Newberry Co. Library; T. Q., Boozer was paid $8.30 by the Ordinary County Fund for the year 1887-1888. Newberry Observer 3/6/1890; T.Q. Boozer, took out an 1892 bar room license for a fee of $500 for the town and $100 for the County. Newberry Observer 1/7/1892; Thomas Q. Boozer will occupy the store vacated by BOOZER & GOGGANS, BOOZER & GOGGANS partnership was dissolved. Samuel P. Boozer will devote his time to the insurance business. John C. Goggans with William A. Fant formed a grocery and hardware business. Newberry Observer 1/5/1893, page 3; Thomas Q. Boozer bought the home of B. B. Davis in "Brooklyn" for $450. Newberry Observer, 3/2/1893; T. Q. Boozer of Brooklyn section of Newberry has had his house painted by R. W. Davis. Newberry Observer, 5/16/1894; T. Q. Boozer at an early date, will construct another dwelling on his Brooklyn lot. Newberry Observer, 6/13/1894; T. Q. Boozer has a restaurant where Amity Lodge No. 87 A.F.M. had a meeting and dinner. Newberry Observer, 1/2/1895; His home was being painted by Mr. Barnett. Newberry Observer, 6/5/1895; Thomas Q. Boozer was a Newberry Town Assessor. Newberry Observer 6/26/1895; T. Q. Boozer was in the ice business, selling 100 lbs. for 75 cents. Newberry Observer 4/22/1896; T. Q. Boozer was opening a ‘package’ store under the Newberry Hotel where the hotel bar was. Newberry Observer 8/11/1897; Thomas Q. Boozer was paid $7.00 for Court Expense; Supervisor’s Quarterly Report ending 3/21/1899 printed in the Newberry Observer 4/6/1899; T. Q. Boozer has sold his grocery/confectionery business to Leighton W. Cozby. Newberry Observer 1/24/1901; Thomas Q. Boozer was badly shocked on 7/21/1902 by lightning. He thought he had been shot and by the time he got home his arms and legs were black. He was recovering. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/25/1902; Thomas Q. Boozer, male, white, died 6/2/1904 of chronic Brights disease. He was 51 years, 7 months old, born in SC., resided in Newberry City for 51 year, 7 months. Reported by Dr. Sampson Pope MD (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library) Thomas Q. Boozer, 52 years old, died at his home in Newberry on 6/2/1904 of Brights disease. A wife, three sons and a daughter survived him. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/3/1904; Thomas Q. Boozer’s four parcels of property were advertised for MASTER SALE, Page 4, Newberry Observer 10/14/1904

Boozer, T. W. Mrs. in 1864 in preparation for Sherman’s raid hid a jug of sorghum molasses in the garret of her house. On 5/11/1883 her son, G. B. Boozer Jr. was repairing a leaky roof discovered the jug. It improved with age, Herald 5/17/1883, page 3

Boozer, Tench was a member of the 10th grade ‘graduating class’ of Boundary Street School. The subject of her essay was ‘Modern University’. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/10/1902; Tench Boozer of Columbia visited in Newberry. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/22/1903; Tench Boozer attended the Newberry German Club dance at the Armory on 9/15/1905. Page 1, Newberry Observer 9/19/1905

Boozer, Thelma, see Thelma B. BOLLINGER, Newberry Observer 8/19/1998

Boozer, Thomas J. married to Josephine Albritton, both of Newberry on 1/16/1879 by Rev. T. C. Ligon. Newberry Herald 1/22/1879; T. J. Boozer has moved back to Newberry from Lewiedale. Newberry Observer 11/28/1889; T. J. Boozer, was confined with the LaGrippe. Newberry Observer, 2/24/1897; T. J. Boozer was appointed as a manager of elections at Township No. 9, Liberty section. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/28/1904

Boozer, Thomas M. was advertised as drawn to serve on the petit jury starting 11/11/1895, Press & Reporter 11/6/1895, page 3

Boozer, Thomas Q. Mrs. was the daughter of Mr. Jerome Miller of Columbia. Newberry Observer 8/7/1890 & 9/24/1891.

Boozer, Thomas W. lost his barn and stables, to a storm with high winds. Newberry Observer 3/27/1890; Dr. T. W. Boozer was the grandfather to Eugene Boozer of Ridgeway. Newberry Observer 7/24/1890; Dr. Thomas W. Boozer, 73 years old, died at his home in Kadesh, Newberry Co., on 8/21/1893. He was a physician for 40 years before his sickness. Newberry Observer, 8/24/1893

Boozer, Thomas was sick. Newberry Observer 8/12/1896

Boozer, Tilla Miss has attended the Atlanta Exposition. Newberry Observer 11/20/1895; Miss Tilla Boozer won the Fourth Prize (a Sterling Silver Bracelet) at the Chrysanthemum Show on 11/17/1896. Newberry Observer 11/18/1896

Boozer, Tilla Mrs., female, white, died 10/30/1903 of osteo sarcoma. She was 67 years old, and lived in Newberry City for 50 years. Reported by Dr. O. B. Mayer. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boozer, Tom lost his barn to fire last week. Newberry Observer 3/17/1892

Boozer, V. Y. Rev. married Essie Wyse on 11/4/1896 at the home of the bride’s father A. M. Wyse in Prosperity. They will live in Burlington NC where Rev. Boozer has a Parish. Newberry Observer 11/4/1896; Rev. Virgil Boozer of Salisbury NC visited his father Henry S. Boozer in Prosperity. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/13/1904

Boozer, Virgil of Prosperity visited in Edgefield, Herald 1/6/1886, page 3

Boozer, W. D. was elected to serve 2 years as ELDER of St. Luke’s. Newberry Observer 11/13/1890; W. D. Boozer married Carrie Willingham on 11/3/1898 by Rev. J. W. Blanton at the home of the bride’s father Walker Willingham. Newberry Observer 11/9/1898; W. D. Boozer of No. 9 Township had one of the largest trees in the county on his property. It was a white oak and measures 18 feet, 4 inches in circumference. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/24/1905

Boozer, W. H. had a coroner’s inquiry to his death. The inquisition was taken at Saluda Old Town in Township no 7 in Newberry County in said State this 28th day of October A.D. 1880 before E. C. Longshore Coroner. The jury decreed death was by a general congestion induced by a protracted debauch & exposure. Witnesses mentioned Mr. Boozer had been drinking heavily and had a daguerreotype picture of his wife in his pocket. T. L. Harp being duly sworn testified: On yesterday I was coming to Old Town I saw a person lying in the road between Mr. Wills and Saluda Old Town which I could swear was the same W. H. Boozer he was lying on back rolling from side to side and as I went back from S. O. Town he was on his face he moving slowly from side to side and was groaning this was between three & four o’clock at the same place where he was found dead. T. L. Harp.

Boozer, W. I. married Fannie S. Lester, both of Newberry on 4/30/1891 by Rev. M. J. Epting at St. Luke Parsonage. Newberry Observer 5/7/1891

Boozer, W. J. lost his kitchen, kitchen furniture and all the flour of this year’s wheat crop in a fire. Estimated loss was $200, no insurance. Newberry Observer 8/15/1889

Boozer, W. L. was a juror at the Coroner’s Inquisition held 11/26/1880 into the death of J. W. Johnson on 11/25/1880. A record of the inquisition was kept at the SC State Archives and was printed in the Old Newberry Chapter Quarterly, Summer 2001 edition; W. L. Boozer was appointed as a manager of elections at Township No. 9, Monticello section. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/28/1904; W. L. Boozer and W. W. Shealy completed work on the Monticello School. Page 5, Newberry Observer 10/21/1904

Boozer, Will, male, black, delivered by Mary Hodges, midwife, on 1/23/1916. Parents are Will Boozer, RR hand, born in Saluda Co. SC, and Elenora Glenn Boozer, born in Newberry Co. SC, living in Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boozer, William colored, was elected as a delegate from Township No. 9 for the Republican Convention. Page 5, Newberry Observer 2/23/1904

Boozer, William D. was the son of Henry Boozer who died 8/5/1884; the brother of Mrs. Mary C. Lester, H. S.. Boozer, Mrs. Nancy M. Hawkins, Mrs. E. Long, Herald 8/14/1884, page 3

Boozer, William DeWitt, one of the twins of Sidney Boozer, died 7/30/1904 at age 3 months and 15 days. Burial was in New Chapel Church. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/2/1904

Boozer, William L. married Alice K. Harmon, both of Newberry on 3/2/1892 at the home of the bride’s mother, Mrs. Keziah Harmon by Rev. M.J. Epting. Newberry Observer 3/10/1892; W. L. Boozer became a member of the James D. Nance Camp No. 336 United Confederate Veterans and their sons. Newberry Observer, 4/4/1894

Boozer, William married Lavinia Moore, both of Newberry on 11/18/1891 by Rev. W.W. McMorries. Newberry Observer 11/21/1891

Boozer, William W., was a candidate for Tax Collector 3/15/1854. Newberry Observer 10/1/1891; William W. Boozer advertised as candidate for Tax Collector in the Newberry Mirror of 10/31/1855. Page 5, Newberry Observer 6/27/1902

Boozer, William, COURT OF SESSIONS, assault and battery with intent to kill, continued, Newberry Observer, 11/15/1893; William Boozer, COURT OF SESSION, assault and battery with intent to kill, guilty, $150 fine or 1 year in the State Penitentiary. Newberry Observer, 3/21/1894

Boozer, William, killed Luther Kinard colored, who was trying to escape arrest, accused of stealing watermelons. Newberry Herald, 10/8/1879; Mr. Boozer, who killed the Negro last week, has fled. Newberry Herald, 10/15/1879; On 11/10/1879 William Boozer walked into the Court House and delivered himself to the sheriff. His trial then began. He was defended by Messrs. Johnstone, Pope & Fair. One of the jurors became ill and the trial had to be postponed until 11/18/1879. Newberry Herald 11/12/1879; Not guilty, Newberry Herald 11/19/1879

Boozer, Willis was arrested for the murder on 11/4/1899 of William Hair, colored. Newberry Observer 11/9/1899; Willis Boozer, COURT OF SESSION, murder, Newberry Observer 2/23/1900

Boozer, Wistar returned to Presbyterian College in Clinton for the semester. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/22/1905

Bordard, Amearl Mrs. had an unclaimed letter at the Prosperity Post office. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/16/1905

Bordinot, Jacob, was drowned at Henderson Ferry on Enoree River, 16 miles from Newberry on 2/5/1891. Newberry Observer 2/12/1891

Borie, Mr. enjoyed himself more than when he broke his old pipe at Miss Maggie White’s school in Jalapa which had an excellent end-of-term exhibition – about the occasion, Herald 6/18/1885, page 2

Bornhold, Helen Miss married Dr. James O. Wells, formerly of Newberry but now in charge of the Dentistry Department of the university of Minnesota, on 6/18/1905, in the Salem Lutheran Church at Minneapolis, officiated by Rev. George H. Trabert. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/71905

Bost, Mazie Suber, 98 years old, widow of Clyde Hobson Bost, died 11/10/1998 at Lexington Medical Center. Born in Peak, she was a daughter of the late William Henry and Mary Anna Stuck Suber. Burial was in Mt. Hermon Lutheran Church Cemetery. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 11/11/1998 & 11/13/1998

Boston, Ike died 7/7/1880 by a gunshot in the hands of Ely Franklin as an act of self-defense, at J. D. Hornsby’s Plantation at No. 8 Township. Information was from CORONER’S INQUISITIONS, printed in the Winter 2000 Quarterly of the Old Newberry Chapter Gen. Society. Records taken from film kept at the SC Archives.

Boston, Lilla V. gave a select reading at the Colored Teachers Institute of Newberry, convening 6/19/1893. Newberry Observer, 6/29/1893

Boston, Lilla V. Miss colored teacher gave a reading of a poem on the Friday exercises at the Colored teacher’s Institute, Newberry Observer 6/29/1893, page 3

Boston, William, a colored laborer, dropped dead 9/11/1897 at Prosperity while working for Godfrey Harmon. He was lifting a mower when he died. Newberry Observer 9/15/1897

Boswell, male, white, delivered by T. W. Smith, physician on 11/4/1906. Parents are William Boswell, millwork and Mrs. Mamie Boswell, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boswell, Ruby Ruff Abrams, 83 years old, died 1/6/1999. Born in Newberry County she was a daughter of Holland and Florence Talu Lominick Ruff. Burial was in St. Phillip’s Lutheran Church Cemetery. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 1/8/1999

BOTTLING WORKS was located on College Street, being moved from Boyce Street during construction. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/18/1905

Bottoms, Posey married Nancy Land, both of the Whetstone section of Oconee, on 11/4/1897 by Magistrate Ashworth. Newberry Observer 11/17/1897

Bouknight Ferry, Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/17/1902

Bouknight, ____, married Mr. Poppenheim and lives in Charleston. Newberry Herald 11/26/1879

Bouknight, _____sold his plantation and mill to James W. Herbert for $8000. The land, 700 acres, lies on the Edgefield side. Mr. Bouknight was moving to Charleston. He was going into business with his brother-in-law, Mr. Poppenhein. Newberry Herald 11/26/1879

Bouknight, Amanda S. L., female, white, died 7/20/1919 of diabetes. The deceased was 62 years, 11 months, 2 days old, born in Lexington Co., SC., and lived in Newberry City for 20 years. Reported by P. G. Ellisor M.D. Buried in Rosemont Cemetery. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Bouknight, Anna married Luke H. Robinson at the home of the bride’s parent, James Bouknight, of Ballentine Community, on 9/20/1900 officiated by Rev. S. C. Ballentine. Newberry Observer 9/27/1900

Bouknight, Arsula Floyd, a photo of 5 generations, Page 3, Newberry Observer, 8/18/2000

Bouknight, Augustus, male, black, delivered by Caroline Farrow, midwife on 7/26/1918. Parents are Gus Bouknight, farm laborer, born in Newberry Co., and Annie Sanders Bouknight, born in Newberry Co., living in Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Bouknight, Bessie married Perry Bouknight at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bouknight by Rev. N. S. Younginer on 11/30/1898. Details on Page 3, column 1, Newberry Observer 12/7/1898; She died 7/14/2005, Newberry Observer 7/18/1905.

Bouknight, Bessie Mrs., wife of P. E. Bouknight of West End, died 7/14/1905 of typhoid fever with burial in Irmo. A husband and several children survived her. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/18/1905

Bouknight, Betty Ann Seigler, 63 years old, died 10/3/1998. She was a daughter of Helen Hamrick and T.M. Seigler. Burial was in Greenwood Memorial Gardens. Palmer Funeral Home in Saluda was in charge. Newberry Observer 10/5/1998

Bouknight, Carolyn E., 77 years old, widow of Jessie Earl Bouknight, died 7/6/1998 at Newberry County Memorial Hospital. Born in Saluda County, she was a daughter of Otis E. and Annie Derrick Eargle. Burial was in Newberry Memorial Gardens. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 7/6/1998

Bouknight, D. P. has joined the newly formed James D. Nance Camp of Confederate Veterans of Newberry. Newberry Observer, 7/6/1893; D. P. Bouknight went bird hunting with five other men. They bagged a total of 122 birds. Newberry Observer, 2/14/1894; D. P. Bouknight went hunting with Dr. Gilder and killed 92 birds, 1 possum, 2 ducks. Newberry Observer 3/2/1898

Bouknight, Effie, see Effie Bouknight ADAMS, Newberry Observer 12/27/1999

Bouknight, Ella Lou Rina, female, white, died 10/2/1918 of influenza and pneumonia. The deceased was 19 years, 10 months, 12 days old, born in Georgia, and lived in Newberry City. Reported by J. M. Kibler M.D. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Bouknight, Elmore has an unclaimed letter at the Prosperity Post office. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/16/1905

Bouknight, female, white, delivered by Dr. J. M. Kibler on 4/26/1899. Parents are C. M. Bouknight, operative, and Anna Bouknight of Newberry City, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Bouknight, female, white, delivered by Dr. J. M. Kibler on 6/23/1900. Parents are Perry and Bessie Bouknight, operatives, of Newberry City, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Bouknight, female, white, delivered by J. M. Kibler, physician, on 11/25/1911. Parents are Henry Bouknight, mill operative, and Mrs. Henry Bouknight, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Bouknight, Frances A., female, white, died 3/4/1916 of ulcers of the intestines. The deceased was 72 years, 1 month, 4 days old, born in Lexington Co., SC., lived in Newberry. Reported by T. W. Smith MD. Burial was in Chapin SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Bouknight, George colored, alias Dock Williams, nineteen or twenty years old, was a companion to a tobacconist. When the two were camped for the night George Bouknight hit the tobacconist on the head and robbed him. He then hitched a ride to town, bought some boots and cartridges. He then fled, being found in Edgefield. Mr. Fellers, police officer, took George Bouknight to the home of J. H. Bouknight who immediately recognized him as formerly belonging to his father. G. Bouknight had $19.75 on his person and a fine silver plated pistol. The tobacconist had remained unconscious since the attack. There was little hope for recovery. Newberry Herald 4/16/1879; COURT, Highway Robbery, Assault and battery with intent to kill, guilty on both counts. Ten years hard labor in the Penitentiary. Newberry Herald 6/11/1879

Bouknight, Harold J., 75 years old, husband of Mildred Shealy Bouknight, died 8/14/1998 at his home. Born in Newberry, he was a son of Oscar B. and Julia Melton Bouknight. Burial was in Newberry Memorial Gardens. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 8/14/1998

Bouknight, Hattie Mae, see Hattie Mae Bouknight MARTIN, Newberry Observer 3/8/2000

Bouknight, Henry E. and Mrs. were visiting Mrs. Dunbar in Newberry, the mother of Mrs. Bouknight. They have now returned to Houston TX. Newberry Observer 9/19/1889; H. E. Bouknight and family of Texas were visiting in Newberry. Newberry Observer, 7/20/1893

Bouknight, Hilley Coward, widow of Olin H. Bouknight, died 5/8/1998 at Manor Care in Columbia. Born in Pickens Co., she was a daughter of Samantha C. Moore. Burial was in Newberry Memorial Gardens. Newberry Observer 5/8/1998

Bouknight, J. A. was the new Postmaster of Prosperity in place of B. M. Havird. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/20/1905

Bouknight, J. H. married Miss O. G. Livingstone, both of West End on 3/9/1902 at Mayer Memorial Parsonage by Rev. Charles H. Armstrong. Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/11/1902

Bouknight, J. M. of Co. ‘H’ 13th Regt. under Col. O. E. Edwards was wounded at the Battle of Second Manassas on 8/29/1862. Newberry Observer, 5/4/1893; He now lived in of Edgefield. He clerked in Newberry for many years and will leave in a few days to make his home in Cameron TX. He was at Glenn Springs (abstractor’s note: Glenn Springs was a health spa) Newberry Observer 7/31/1895

Bouknight, James Floyd, 67 years old, died 4/13/1998 at Newberry County Memorial Hospital. Born in Prosperity, he was a son of Samuel Floyd and Katie Elizabeth Sligh Bouknight. Burial was in Cannon Creek Prosperity ARP Church Cemetery. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 4/15/1998

Bouknight, James occupied a home in Helena belonging to Mrs. Zobel. It burned the morning of 6/14/1904. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/17/1904

Bouknight, James Ray, 76 years old, husband of the late Jane Feltz Bouknight, died 6/11/1999. Born in Newberry, he was a son of the late Ernest W. and Grace Koons Bouknight. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. Dunbar Funeral Home, Devine Street Chapel, Columbia, was in charge. Newberry Observer 6/14/1999

Bouknight, Jean Martin, 71 years old, wife of Harry A. Bouknight, died 12/20/1999 at Providence Hospital in Columbia. Born in Gray Court, she was a daughter of S. Everette and Eva Shell Martin. Burial was in Pinelawn Memory Gardens. Newberry Observer 12/22/1999

Bouknight, Jenny, see Jenny Bouknight MILLS, Newberry Observer 6/19/2000

Bouknight, Jerry, married to Lucinda Ward, both of Newberry on 4/21/1889 by Rev. J. C. Rhoden. Newberry Herald 4/25/1889; Jere Bouknight 28 years old, died at his home in Newberry on 12/5/1894 of consumption. Newberry Observer, 12/12/1894

Bouknight, John R., white, was charged with burning the stables of J. S. Clark. Newberry Observer 6/10/1896

Bouknight, John was able to get about again. Newberry Observer 4/3/1895

Bouknight, Joseph H. sold to James W. Herbert the Bouknight plantation, including the mill, from near Bouknight’s ferry for $8000. The land, 700 acres, lies on the Edgefield side. Mr. Bouknight was moving to Charleston. Newberry herald, 11/26/1879; J. H. Bouknight married Emma Bettis, both of Edgefield on 10/23/1889 at the home of the bride’s father in Trenton, SC, Mr. Benjamin W. Bettis, by Rev. J. A. Bell. Newberry Observer 10/31/1889; Joseph H. Bouknight, of Johnston married to Emma Bettis of Trenton on 10/23/1889. Newberry Observer 10/24/1889; Joseph H. Bouknight, of Johnston, SC lost his foot in a train accident. His toes were mashed while standing on the platform and his foot was amputated between the toes and the instep. Newberry Observer 11/28/1891; Joseph H. Bouknight, of Johnston got a verdict in Edgefield on 3/18/1893 against the CC & A RR for $13,125 in damages. Case was appealed. His foot was mashed off in Augusta 12/24/1891. Page 8, column 4, & Newberry Observer, 3/23/1893; J. H. Bouknight, of Edgefield, who had his foot mashed off by a Richmond & Danville Train during the Augusta Exposition 1890 was awarded $10,000 by the US Supreme Court. Newberry Observer, 1/2/1895

Bouknight, Kate N. Miss married Paul H. Haltiwanger on 12/27/1889 by Rev. J. P. Smeltzer at the home of the bride’s father, Dr. Bouknight, Information from Rev. J. P. Smeltzer’s Journal

Bouknight, Kathleen, see Kathleen Bouknight SUMMERS, Newberry Observer 6/24/1998

Bouknight, L. M. a member of the Newberry College graduating class of 1904 will deliver a speech at graduation on the subject ‘Graft’. He graduated second honors without distinction. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/19/1904; L. M. Bouknight gave the oratory ‘Graft’ at his 1904 graduation. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/7/1904; He graduated with a BA degree. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/10/1904

Bouknight, L. S. of Atlanta for the past 5 years, son of Mrs. M. E. Bouknight, works for the Rhodes Haverty Furniture Company. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/1//1902

Bouknight, Lawrence D. his infant child died 9/17/1899 at the home in West End and was buried at West End Cemetery. Newberry Observer 9/21/1899; Lawrence D. Bouknight, 41 years old, died 9/22/1899. He was survived by wife and children. Newberry Observer 9/281899

Bouknight, Lee colored, his dwelling on the old Spence Place, belonging to Alan Wyse, 6 miles from Newberry was burned to the ground and 2 of his children burned to death on 12/4/1893. His wife was sick in bed and he placed a hot rock at her feet, which set fire to the bed. He got his wife and baby out of the house but could not reach the other two children aged 6 years and 18 months. Newberry Observer, 12/6/1893

Bouknight, Levi Burrell, died 12/31/1877, aged 33 years, 7 months, 9 days. Newberry Herald 1/9/1878

Bouknight, Lois, see Lois Bouknight AMICK, Newberry Observer 3/11/1998

Bouknight, Lula Edna, see Lula Edna Bouknight JENKINS, Newberry Observer 7/15/1998

Bouknight, Luther has left Newberry to live in FL. Newberry Observer, 10/3/1894; Luther H. Bouknight of Augusta GA attended the funeral of his father Nathan Bouknight. Newberry Observer 12/16/1896; Luther Bouknight, formerly of Saluda Co. and now of Atlanta GA married Annie Griffith of Newberry Co. 7/28/1897 by Rev. W. H. Simpson at the minister’s Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 8/11/1897

Bouknight, M. E. Mrs. of Newberry will have her daughter, Mrs. F. J. Trout of Saluda, living with her. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/14/1902; Mrs. M. E. Bouknight, received a telegram from Tampa Florida conveying the news her daughter had died. Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/17/1903

Bouknight, Madison Cromer, male, white, delivered by J. M. Kibler M.D., on 5/9/1916. Parents are James M. Bouknight, merchant, born in Lexington Co. SC, and Viola Cromer Bouknight, born in Newberry Co. SC, living in Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Bouknight, male, (race not given), delivered by T. W. Smith, physician, on 9/26/1911. Parents (not recorded), of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Bouknight, male, black, delivered by Harriet Counts, midwife, on 7/28/1914. Parents are Gus and Anna Bouknight, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Bouknight, male, white, delivered by Dr. J. M. Kibler at Newberry City, on 2/7/1902. Parents are Perry Bouknight, operative and Bessie Bouknight of Newberry City, SC (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Bouknight, male, white, delivered by Dr. J. M. Kibler on 10/18/1899. Parents are S. K. Bouknight, blacksmith and Mary Bouknight, of Newberry City, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Bouknight, male, white, delivered by Dr. J. M. Kibler on 9/2/1899. Parents are L. D. Bouknight, laborer and Sallie Bouknight, of Newberry City, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Bouknight, Maria A. Miss married George S. Keith at the home of the bride’s mother by Rev. N. S. Younginer on 12/23/1883, Herald 1/10/1884, page 3

Bouknight, Martha Caroline, female, white, delivered by James K. Gilder M. D., on 8/21/1915. The parents are William Bouknight, minister, born SC, and Martha Bouknight, born in SC, living in Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Bouknight, Mary Eugenia, female, white, delivered by J. M. Kibler M.D., on 8/11/1918. Parents are James M. Bouknight, mill operative, born in SC, and Viola Eugenia Cromer Bouknight, born in SC, living in Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Bouknight, Mrs. of Columbia visited her brother J. T. Bynum of Newberry, Herald, 8/9/1883, page 3

Bouknight, N. H., his entire family, wife and nine children, have the measles. Newberry Herald 2/21/1889; Nathan H. Bouknight dropped dead 12/10/1896 at his home in Factoryville. He was 63 years old, and suffered from organic heart disease. Newberry Observer 12/16/1896; Nathan H. Bauknight male, white, died 12/10/1896 of organic heart disease. He was a resident of Newberry City, was 63 years, 8 months old, born in Edgefield Co. Reported by Dr. J. M. Kibler. Burial was in Saluda County. (Record of Death Returns for the City of Newberry kept at the Newberry County Library)

Bouknight, Nancy Mrs. died in Columbia 8/13/1892. Burial was in Bouknight’s family burial ground. Newberry Observer, 8/18/1892

Bouknight, Nettie C. Miss married Arthur F. Dominick on 12/24/1902 by Rev. D. P. Boyd. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/30/1902

Bouknight, Patience COURT OF SESSION, resisting an officer, assault and battery, not pressed, Newberry Observer, 3/3/1897

Bouknight, Paul, son of Mrs. M. E. Bouknight, had his eyes examined by Dr. Calhoun of Atlanta GA. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/1//1902

Bouknight, Perry married Bessie Bouknight, at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bouknight, by Rev. N. S. Younginer on 11/30/1898. Details on Page 3, column 1, Newberry Observer 12/7/1898.

Bouknight, Peter, a young flagman of Augusta GA, had an appendectomy. Page 5, Newberry Observer 4/25/1905

Bouknight, Rena, female, white, delivered by J. M. Kibler M.D., on 10/1/1918. Parents are Archie H. Bouknight, mill operative, born in Newberry Co. SC, and Rena Smith Bouknight, born in Newberry Co. SC, living in Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Bouknight, Reuben of Saluda married Ora Schumpert of Newberry 12/20/1899. Newberry Observer 12/21/1899; Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Bouknight of Saluda and Miss Marion Schumpert of Utopia visited P. C. Gaillard of Newberry. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/16/1904

Bouknight, Ruth Franklin Mrs., 75 years old, of Newberry, widow of M. Cromer Bouknight, died 7/6/2000 at Newberry County Memorial Hospital. Born in Newberry she was a daughter of Albert Sidney and Rosa Iola Oxner Franklin. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 7/7/2000

Bouknight, S. Ida married J. Luther Mayer both of Newberry, on 1/9/1894 at the home of the bride’s parents by Rev. M. J. Epting. Newberry Observer, 1/24/1894

Bouknight, S. K., received $2.25 for being employed at the jail during the Quarterly 10/1/1898 to 12/28/1898 and published according to the Act of the Legislature of 1897, Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/5/1899; He was paid $00.60 for services on the chain gang. Supervisor’s Quarterly Report ending 3/21/1899 printed in the Newberry Observer 4/6/1899; He received $13.65, $2.20 for work with the chain gang during the Quarterly ending 6/30/1899 and published according to the Act of the Legislature of 1897, Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/13/1899; S. K. Bouknight has moved his blacksmith shop to the old marble yard of Leavell & Speers (behind the Opera House). Newberry Observer 8/3/1899; S. K. Bouknight’s telephone number was 66. Newberry Observer 2/7/1901; His 4 month old son died at the home in West End on 7/10/1901. Burial will be in Irmo. Newberry Observer 7/11/1901; S. K. Bouknight had a wheelwright shop to the rear of the Opera House. The roof of the shop caught fire from a spark from a small engine on the opposite side of the street. The Fire Department quickly put out the fire. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/22/1904

Bouknight, S. N. of Co. ‘H’ 13th Regt. under Col. O. E. Edwards was killed at the Battle of Second Manassas on 8/29/1862. Newberry Observer, 5/4/1893

Bouknight, S. Y. Miss had an undelivered letter at the Post office in Prosperity. Page 1, Newberry Observer 5/5/1905

Bouknight, Sallie Miss of Ballentine married Belton Long of Upwell on 8/11/1904, officiated by Rev. S. C. Ballentine. Page 5, Newberry Observer 9/13/1904

Bouknight, Sallie Mrs., 35 years old, widow of Lawrence D. Bouknight, died 10/4/1899 at West End. She was survived by 6 children. Her husband died 2 weeks ago. Newberry Observer 10/5/1899

Bouknight, Sally Miss married Alphus Leopord on 2/3/1901 by Rev. W. M. Pinson at the home of the bride’s father, C. M. Bouknight. Newberry Observer 2/7/1901

Bouknight, Sam, COURT OF SESSIONS, burglary and larceny, guilty with recommendation for mercy, 5 years in the Penitentiary. Newberry Observer 7/10/1895

Bouknight, Sammie, a photo of 5 generations, Page 3, Newberry Observer, 8/18/2000

Bouknight, Silas, COURT OF SESSION, forgery, guilty, 1 year on the county chain gang or 1 year in the State Penitentiary. Newberry Observer

Bouknight, William R. of Saluda married 9/12/1897 to Mattie Buzhardt daughter of Oscar Buzhardt, formerly of Newberry but now of Saluda. (eloped?) Newberry Observer 9/15/1897

Bouknight, Willie, male, black, delivered by Caroline Farrow, midwife, on 1/12/1917. Parents are Gus Bouknight, laborer, born in SC, and Annie Sanders Bouknight, born in SC, living in Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Bouknight, Willie, male, black, died 4/21/1916 of broncho pneumonia. The deceased was 2 years old, born in Newberry Co., SC., lived in Newberry. Reported by Van Smith MD. Burial was in Werts Cemetery. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boulware, Carrie Miss graduated from Columbia Female College, Herald 6/21/1883, page 3; Miss Carrie Lee Boulware was elected 2nd assistant at Prosperity High School, Herald 8/2/1883, page 3; She attended 1884 commencement at Columbia Female College. Herald 6/19/1884, page 3; She took an overland trip to the mountains, Herald 8/14/1884, page 3

Boulware, Cynthia, graduated from Columbia Female College. There were sixteen in her class. Newberry Herald, 6/19/1878

Boulware, E. A. Mrs. will be 74 years old, March 1902. Newberry Observer 11/19/1901

Boulware, Elizabeth Mrs. 80 years old, died 10/24/1905 at the home of her son Isaac Herbert Boulware in No. 8 Township with burial in the New Chapel Cemetery. She was survived by her children: I. H. Boulware of Utopia, Mrs. Fannie Major of Leesville, Mrs. D. M. Langford of Prosperity, Rev. R. C. Boulware of Mount Carmel, and Mrs. George H. Waddell of Spartanburg. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/27/1905 (The page was labeled as Page 4 but it was really Page 8)

Boulware, Fannie of Prosperity married Robert Major of Greenwood on 9/25/1883 at the home of the bride’s mother in Prosperity by the Rev. T. G. Herbert. Newberry Herald 10/4/1883

Boulware, George entered Clemson College as a student on opening day 7/6/1893. Newberry Observer, 7/6/1893 & 7/20/1893; He was the son of I. H. Boulware of Utopia. Newberry Observer, 8/10/1893; G. P. Boulware was clerking for J. C. Wilson’s store. Newberry Observer 1/19/1898; Sgt. George P. Boulware of Co. ‘B’ 1st SCV USA, after a brief furlough at home in Newberry has returned to Camp Ellerbe, Columbia. Newberry Observer 5/18/1898; He enlisted as a clerk, single. Newberry Observer 5/18/1898; George Pierce Boulware lived in Florida. He visited his father I. H. Boulware at Utopia. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/7/1902; G. P. Boulware was in charge of the Epworth Orphanage farm. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/14/1903

Boulware, George T. moved from Utopia to Coronoca in Greenwood County. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/29/1905

Boulware, Grey was shot by Jones Mobley, both white, residents of White Oak. A warrant was issued for Mobley’s arrest. Newberry Herald 4/25/1889

Boulware, H. L. of Utopia was down from Wofford College to spend Christmas in Newberry, Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/23/1902; H. L. Boulware of Utopia was awarded the normal scholarship for SC College. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/23/1904

Boulware, Hattie Miss was an alumna of the Columbia Female College. She attended 1884 commencement, Herald 6/19/1884, page 3; She took an overland trip to the mountains, Herald 8/14/1884, page 3

Boulware, Herbert, son of I. H. Boulware of Utopia was awarded a scholarship to SC College. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/4/1903

Boulware, I. H. Mrs. had her hand bitten by a horse 8/2/1891. Newberry Observer 8/6/1891; Mrs. I. H. Boulware, was the daughter of John A. Chapman and sister to Miss Nellie Chapman who died 10/5/1903, John W. Chapman, Mrs. W. I. Herbert and Miss Lily Chapman. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/6/1903

Boulware, I. H. was a delegate from the Democratic Club of Township No. 8 for the County Democratic Convention, Herald 6/12/1884, page 3; I. H. Boulware of Newberry married Lizzie W. Chapman of Newberry on 2/26/1889 by Rev. Thomas G. Herbert. Newberry Observer 2/28/1889; I. H. Boulware, was coming to town in his buggy with a colored driver. The horse "Spooked" and Mr. Boulware fell back and out of the buggy onto his armless shoulder. The doctor examined him and no serious injury seems to have occurred. Newberry Observer 3/24/1892; I. H. Boulware joined the newly formed James D. Nance Camp of Confederate Veterans of Newberry. Newberry Observer, 7/6/1893; I. H. Boulware was re- appointed as Assessor for Township No. 8 Newberry Observer, 1/12/1893; I. H. Boulware’s 15 year old daughter died at the home on 11/17/1896. Newberry Observer 11/25/1896; I. H. Boulware received $15.57 as commission and lumber and $5.00 as over seer during the Quarterly 10/1/1898 to 12/28/1898 and published according to the Act of the Legislature of 1897, Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/5/1899; I. H. Boulware, in 1900 he was alive, a Confederate Veteran of Co. ‘C’ 3rd SC Regt. Newberry Observer 6/14/1900; I. H. Boulware attended the Charleston Exposition. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/9/1902; I. H. Boulware found an Indian tomahawk on his place near Bush River. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/5//1902; I. H. Boulware’s fine horse died 5/31/1903 of ‘blind staggers’. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/2/1903; I. H. Boulware was bestowed a Cross of Honor which was pinned on the lapel of his coat by the UDC at the Memorial Day ceremonies. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/13/1902; I. Herbert Boulware was 1904 Assessor for Township No. 8. Page 4, Newberry Observer 2/12/1904; I. H. Boulware was appointed as a Director of the Farmers Oil Mill of Newberry. Page 5, Newberry Observer 5/20/1904; I. H. Boulware, lost his arm in the Civil War at the Battle of the Wilderness. Page 6, Newberry Observer 8/5/1904; I. H. Boulware went to Stomp Springs for a few days. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/11/1905; Isaac Herbert of Utopia Boulware was the son of Mrs. Elizabeth Boulware who died 10/24/1905. He was the brother to Mrs. Fannie Major of Leesville, Mrs. D. M. Langford of Prosperity, Rev. R. C. Boulware of Mount Carmel, and Mrs. George H. Waddell of Spartanburg. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/27/1905 (The page was labeled as Page 4 but it was really Page 8)

Boulware, J. R. Mrs. of Newberry, mother of Mrs. G. H. Waddell visited relatives in Camden. Newberry Observer 7/17/1895

Boulware, James R. entered Clemson College as a student on opening day 7/6/1893. Newberry Observer, 7/6/1893 & 7/20/1893; He was the son of I. H. Boulware of Utopia. Newberry Observer, 8/10/1893; He has been appointed as Sergeant Cadet. Newberry Observer 4/4/1894.

Boulware, James R., 70 years old, of New Chapel neighborhood, died 4/11/1883. Herald 4/12/1883, page 3

Boulware, Johnson, male, black, died 2/18/1918, of senility. The deceased was 90 years old, born in SC, and lived in Newberry City. Reported by W. G. Houseal MD Burial was in Hannah Church Cemetery. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boulware, L. H. was a surety for the bond posted by Treasurer O. F. Boyd. Newberry Observer, 1/5/1893

Boulware, Lizzie Mrs. went to Pacelot on Wednesday to visit her daughter Mrs. Dudley Langford. Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/21/1902

Boulware, Mrs. was visited by Mrs. Dr. Cannon, Herald 2/7/1884, page 3; Mrs. Boulware of Prosperity was visited by Miss Nellie Chapman of Newberry, Herald 3/13/1884, page 3; Mrs. Boulware of Prosperity was visited by Mrs. Miriam Major of Greenwood, Herald 6/12/1884, page 3; She was visited by Oscar, Nellie and Lillie Chapman Herbert, Herald 7/10/1884, page 3; Mrs. Boulware was a sister to Rev. Thomas G. Herbert and aunt to Rev. Walter I. Herbert. Newberry Observer 5/9/1901.

Boulware, Robert C.; was home from Wofford College in Spartanburg. Newberry Observer 7/4/1889; Robert C., Boulware, has gone to his junior year in Wofford College. Newberry Observer 10/9/1890; R.C. Boulware, graduated from Wofford College 6/14/1892. Newberry Observer 6/16/1892; Rev. R. C. Boulware of Newberry married Miss Lily L. Hodge, daughter of the late Captain Joseph Hodge on 12/28/1897 at Calvary Baptist Church. Newberry Observer 1/5/1898; Rev. R. C. Boulware of Mount Carmel was the son of Mrs. Elizabeth Boulware who died 10/24/1905. He was the brother to Mrs. Fannie Major of Leesville, Mrs. D. M. Langford of Prosperity, Isaac Herbert Boulware in No. 8 Township, and Mrs. George H. Waddell of Spartanburg. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/27/1905 (The page was labeled as Page 4 but it was really Page 8)

Boulware, Robert of Prosperity was sick for a few days but was doing well now, Herald 4/17/1884, page 3; Robert Boulware took an overland trip to the mountains, Herald 8/14/1884, page 3

Boulware, Sadie Mae Miss was teaching at Monticello school in Prosperity. Page 1, Newberry Observer 11/4/1904

Boulware, Sudie May Miss graduated from Columbia College 1901 with an AB degree. She was the daughter of Herbert Boulware. Newberry Observer 5/30/1901.

Boulware, Tattie married John W. J. Cherry of Rock Hill in Chester 10/25/1899. Mr. Cherry graduated from Newberry College 1881 and was now a Lawyer. Newberry Observer 11/2/1899

Boulware, Thomas of Chester lost a barn, mule, fodder, hay to a fire. There was little insurance with a loss of $1500. Page 1, Newberry Observer 3/25/1904

BOUNDARY STREET BRIDGE was in poor repair. It will most likely be condemned and the RR will be required to build a new one. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/24/1904

Bourne, E. C. married to Sallie Whitlock on 11/27/1889. Newberry Observer 11/28/1889; C. E. Bourne, of Newberry married Sallie A. Whitlock of New Market, at the residence of the bride’s father, W. H. Whitlock on 11/27/1889 by Rev. B. F. Miller. Newberry Observer 12/5/1889

Bourne, Ike Captain Mrs. lived in Atlanta. Newberry Observer 10/9/1895

Bourne, Mr. and Mrs., their only child, 1 year old, died near Greenwood 9/11/1891. They were visiting Mrs. Bourne’s relatives when the child took sick and died. Newberry Observer 9/17/1891

Bourne, Stella Miss lives in Clinton. Her sister was Mrs. T. M. Leslie of Newberry. Newberry Observer 10/9/1895

Bouschell, Messrs. had their bakery in the Phifer building corner of Nance and Boyce Streets, Newberry Observer 9/7/1893, page 3

Boushell, B. F. will open a bakery at the corner of Caldwell and Friend St. Newberry Observer, 8/10/1893, page 3; the store will be in the Phizer Building at Nance and Boyce Sts. Newberry Observer, 9/7/1893; B. F. Boushell and family moved to Hendersonville NC. to open up a bakery and ice cream parlor. Newberry Observer, 6/5/1895; B. F. Boushell and family returned to Newberry from Hendersonville, NC. Newberry Observer 9/18/1895; B. F. Boushell and family moved to Savannah GA. Newberry Observer 4/1/1896

Bowden, R. L. Captain, of Co. ‘A’ 13th Regt. under Col. O. E. Edwards was severely wounded at the Battle of Second Manassas on 8/29/1862. Newberry Observer, 5/4/1893

Bowen, E. Allen was elected Trustee of the "Knights & Ladies of the Golden Rule" in Convention at Spartanburg. He stayed at the Merchant Hotel while there, Herald 4/10/1884, page 3

Bowen, Elijah, member of Co. ‘G’ SC 22nd Regt. came home to Anderson 38 years after the war. His son was 40 years old, with a family of his own. His wife was dead. Detail in page 1, Newberry Observer 8/3/1899

Bowen, Ella married William R. Brown on 6/30/1895. Miss Bowen was the daughter of Rev. Bowen of FL. A reception was given at the home of Mrs. Brown. Newberry Observer 7/3/1895

Bowen, Eva Morse, 89 years old, widow of A. N. Bowen, died 8/24/1998 at Newberry County Memorial Hospital. Born in Saluda Co., she was a daughter of William T. and Addie Banks Morse. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. Whitaker Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 8/24/1998

Bowen, Fannie Mrs. of Charleston visited her cousin Coroner F. M. Lindsay. Newberry Observer 7/28/1897

Bowen, female, white, illegitimate, delivered by Dr. J. M. Kibler, on 1/14/1906. Parent was Annie Bowen, cotton Mill operative, of Newberry City, SC (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Bowen, H. M. and wife are living with her father, J. M. Taylor in the Brooklyn section of Newberry. Newberry Observer 1/5/1899

Bowen, H. S. married Annie Taylor, daughter of J. M. Taylor of New Brooklyn at the Methodist Parsonage on 12/4/1898, by Rev. C. W. Creighton. Newberry Observer 12/7/1898.

Bowen, Ike formerly of the Laurens RR but now of the Northeastern RR visited in Newberry, Herald 9/4/1884, page 3

Bowen, James lately of the Laurens RR moved to FL and will run an express messenger train on the Fernandina RR between Jacksonville and Cedar keys, Herald 9/25/1884 page 3

Bowen, O. E. was advertised having a letter for pick up at the Post Office, Herald 5/15/1884, page 3

BOWERS & CO. was paid $2 for Ordinary County Funds 1882, 1883, Herald 3/13/1884, page 2

BOWERS & YOUNG have sold out to a new company to be known as the Newberry Grocery Company. Newberry Observer 1/1/1896

Bowers, ____ Elizabeth was Baptized at Newberry Aug 26, 1866 by Rev. J. P. Smeltzer. Information from the journal of Rev. Smeltzer.

Bowers, ______ born Sep 1, 1863

Bowers, A. J. Mrs. was called to her mother’s bedside in VA. Newberry Observer 4/10/1895; Mrs. A. J. Bowers visited her old home in Salem VA. Newberry Observer 9/21/1899

Bowers, A. J. was conferred the degree of A. M. at the Newberry college Commencement, Herald 6/28/1883, page 2; A. J. Bowers returned from Theological Seminary with his diploma, Herald 5/31/1883, page 3; He was principal of the Newberry College Preparatory School, Herald 7/26/1883, page 3; Rev. A. J. Bowers was ordained as a minister at the Lutheran Synod, Herald 11/15/1883, page 3; Rev. A. J. Bowers was pastor of Columbia Lutheran Church, Herald 1/31/1884, page3; Rev. A. J. Bowers of Columbia went to VA for a month’s vacation, Herald 9/11/1884, page 3; A. J. Bowers and family moved into a home in Helena. Newberry Observer 10/5/1889; A. J. Bowers was paid $30, $30, $30, by the Ordinary County Fund for the school district No. 9, year 1888-1889. Newberry Observer 3/6/1890; He will become Pastor in Savannah GA. Newberry Observer 11/12/1891; Professor A. J. Bowers was the brother to Mrs. Maggie C. Sligh, J. William Bowers of Epworth, Greenwood County and Mrs. Mary F. Wright. Newberry Observer 6/21/1900; Rev. A. J. Bowers was conferred the degree of DD at Erskine College. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/16/1903; Dr. A. J. Bowers moved back to the college campus from Helena and occupied the house on the south side. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/5/1904; Dr. A. J. Bowers will spend a month in Atlanta. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/9/1904; Dr. A. J. Bowers, of Newberry was the son of Jacob Bowers and Sarah Chapman Bowers. He was also the brother to Mrs. Mary Wright of Newberry, J. William Bowers of Greenwood, Mrs. George P. Wright of Atlanta, and Miss Janie Bowers of Stilwell GA. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/11/1904

BOWERS, A. M. & CO. for ass’g was paid $10.80 for Ordinary County Funds 1882, 1883, Herald 3/13/1884, page 2

Bowers, A. M. was re-elected 4th Alderman of Newberry Town, Herald 4/12/1883, page 3; A. M. Bowers was elected treasurer of the Knights of the Golden Rule for the month of June, Herald 5/31/1883, page 3; A. M. Bowers was elected treasurer for the KNIGHTS OF THE GOLDEN RULE for the year, Herald 7/5/1883, page 3 He was a Newberry merchant 28 years ago and was still living, Herald 11/29/1883, page 3; He was paid $5.50, $2.20 by the County Commissioners during the year 1885, Herald 1/13/1886, page 2; A. M. Bowers was paid $8.74, $for ass’g $22.70 by the County for indebtedness 1881, 1882, 1883, Herald 3/13/1884, page 2; A. M. Bowers was the assistant Marshall for the Town of Newberry. In the Newberry Mirror of 10/31/1855. Page 5, Newberry Observer 6/27/1902; A. M. Bowers bought the bar room from Harry O’Neill at the corner of Friends and Caldwell Streets. Newberry Herald 11/13/1878; A. M. Bowers was paid $2.25 by the Ordinary County Fund for the year 1888-1889. Newberry Observer 3/6/1890; A.M. Bowers & Co. took out an 1892 bar room license for a fee of $500 for the town and $100 for the County. Newberry Observer 1/7/1892; A. M. Bowers left for Ocala FL for the benefit of his health. He was very weak since he had the grippe. Newberry Observer 3/17/1892; A. M. Bowers joined the newly formed James D. Nance Camp of Confederate Veterans of Newberry. Newberry Observer, 7/6/1893; went to Harris Lithia Springs for vacation, Newberry Observer, 8/3/1893, page 3; A. M. Bowers, the grandfather of Mrs. Young, was very ill. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Young of Moreland GA were in Newberry to visit him. Newberry Observer, 1/10/1894; A. M. Bowers bought out his partner (J. H. Ruff) in the firm of A. M. Bowers & Co. He will now have as his partner Dr. W. A. Young of Moreland GA. Newberry Observer, 9/19/1894; A. M. Bowers, 71 years old, died at his home in Newberry 2/12/1895. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. Newberry Observer, 2/6/1895; He was a member of Co. ‘D’ 13th Regt. SCV. 2nd Lieut. Severely wounded at Battle of Gettysburg July 1863 and taken prisoner. A memoriam on Page 3, column 3, Newberry Observer 7/3/1895

Bowers, Abraham colored, was killed by a RR train at Prosperity 3/15/1902. Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/18/1902

Bowers, Alice, will graduate from Columbia Female College on 6/17/1890. Newberry Observer 6/5/1890; Newberry Observer 6/26/1890; Alice Bowers, of Prosperity, was home from Columbia Female College. Newberry Observer 7/4/1889; She returned to school. Newberry Observer 9/26/1889; Alice Bowers, daughter of J. P. Bowers, was a teacher at Saluda Academy. Newberry Observer 12/4/1890; Alice Bowers, daughter of J. P. Bowers, married T.E. Mitchell of Batesburg SC. on 2/9/1892. Newberry Observer 2/11/1892; By Rev. J.B. Traywick. Newberry Observer 2/18/1892

Bowers, Amanda Mrs., wife of J. Pat Bowers, died 3/26/1905 at her home in Prosperity. She was 69 years, 5 months, 7 days old. Burial was in Prosperity Cemetery. Page 5 & 8, Newberry Observer 3/31/1905; Mrs. Amanda Bowers was a sister to R. N. Taylor and Miss Anna Taylor of Stoney Batter section of Newberry. Page 5, Newberry Observer 10/27/1905

Bowers, Andrew - Sheriff Wheeler showed us a deed from King George 3rd to Andrew Bower (Bowers) dated 5/5/1773. It was signed by William Ball, Lt. Gov. of Province of South Carolina. It conveys 150 acres in Craven County in the form of a square. This tract was either in Lexington or Newberry. Newberry Herald 5/21/1879

Bowers, Andrew J. born Oct. 1, 1860

Bowers, Annie Helen, see Annie Helen Bowers MAYERS, Newberry Observer 11/22/1998 & 11/27/1998

Bowers, Annie Laura Merchant, 85 years old, died 2/14/2000 at Lowman Home in White Rock. Born in Newberry, she was a daughter of Henry W. and Alberta Cook Merchant. Burial was in Zion United Methodist Church Cemetery. Whitaker Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 2/14/2000 & 2/16/2000

Bowers, Bachman colored, lost his home to fire 6/9/1904. Nothing was saved. The loss was estimated at $100 with no insurance. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/14/1904

Bowers, Berley, 10 years old, son of George W. Bowers, died 8/31/1883. Herald 9/13/1883, page 3

Bowers, Bessie Miss, daughter of L. S. Bowers, left for Clinton and Glenn Springs. Page 1, Newberry Observer 7/28/1905

Bowers, Bruce, son of J. Lindsay Bowers of Mt. Pilgrim, was bitten by a dog with rabies. The dog was killed a short distance from the house. Dr. Hunter attended the child. Last week a madstone was gotten from Chapin, Lexington Co., and applied to the wound. The first time it stuck 6 or 7 hours, the second time about 11 hours. The child was likely out of danger of hydrophobia. Newberry Observer 2/16/1898

Bowers, Bushnell left with four other Newberry men for a camping trip in a wagon in the hills of NC. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/15/1905

Bowers, Catherine, see Catherine Bowers LONG, Newberry Observer 12/17/1999

Bowers, Clair, son of Mr. James M. Bowers fell and broke his arm again on 5/2/1891. He had just taken his arm out of the sling from the first break. Newberry Observer 5/14/1891; Claire Bowers broke his arm while playing ball 8/2/1895. Newberry Observer 8/7/1895; Claire Sparks Bowers, 17 years old, second son of James M. Bowers died at the home in Newberry 4/3/1896. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. Newberry Observer 4/8/1896

Bowers, Della Miss was assistant Principal of Prosperity High School. Page 5, Newberry Observer 1/10/1902; She was the daughter of L. S. Bowers. Page 5, Newberry Observer 8/19/1904; Miss Della Bowers will teach at St. Matthews Graded School. Page 1, Newberry Observer 6/23/1905; She was going to Glenn Springs for vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Bowers. Page 1, Newberry Observer 7/21/1905; Miss Della Bowers left for a trip to Washington, Baltimore and NY. Page 2, Newberry Observer 8/22/1905

Bowers, Eafyan Caroline married G. Michael Shealy. She died 6/30/1902. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/4/1902

Bowers, Earl, 4-year-old son of James M. Bowers, of Helena, died 4/10/1889. Newberry Herald 4/11/1889; Leo Earl Bowers, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Bowers, of Helena, died and was buried in Rosemont Cemetery. Newberry Herald 4/11/1889

Bowers, Edna, see Edna Bowers LONG, Newberry Observer 7/31/2000

Bowers, Elizabeth was named as daughter of Dolly and George H. Morris in the unrecorded will dated 2/1/1892 of George H. Morris. Also named were her siblings George H. Morris, Samuel Morris, Amelia Hawkins, Keziah Bowers, William Capers Morris, Nancy Morris, Ennis Morris. Information from the unrecorded will at the Probate Office.

Bowers, Ellen, COURT OF SESSION, selling liquor, Newberry Observer 2/21/1901; Ellen Bowers, COURT OF SESSIONS, plead guilty, sentence suspended because she has a very young child. Bond for $200. Newberry Observer 7/25/1901

Bowers, Emma Miss, 25-year-old sister of Dr. Jacob Bowers, near Slighs, was assaulted by George Strother colored, 28 years old, on 2/19/1903. George Strothers was married and has 2 children. He claims to have no knowledge of the deed. Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/3/1903

Bowers, Ernest and his family went to Little Mountain on 2/28/1904 to do some trading. On the way home their mule became frightened, upset the wagon, and the two-month-old child, youngest of three children, was killed. Burial was at Mount Tabor Church. Page 5, Newberry Observer 3/4/1904

Bowers, Ethel Miss was the granddaughter to Mrs. Sparks of Rome GA. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/7/1905; She will attend Shorter College in Rome GA. Page 5, Newberry Observer 9/15/1905; She returned to Newberry and will enter the junior year at Newberry College. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/13/1905

Bowers, Eularae, see Mrs. Eularae Bowers HART, Newberry Observer 4/21/1999

Bowers, F. M. went to Orangeburg to sell his noted churn dasher, Herald 3/20/1884, page 3

Bowers, F. O. Miss bought at MASTER SALE 117 acres in the No. 1 Township for $1025. Newberry Observer 12/7/1898.

Bowers, female, black, delivered by Harriet Counts, midwife, on 8/1/1910. Parent was Carrie Bowers, washwoman, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Bowers, Fletcher M. was the brother of L. S. Bowers who was the postmaster of Prosperity and Mrs. Mary Barre, wife of S. C. Barre. He was an uncle to Miss May Lee Barre, Mrs. K. Baker of Greenwood, Miss Maggie Barre, Miss Kay Barre, John S. Barre, and Charley Barre. Page 5, Newberry Observer 4/8/1904

Bowers, Frances O., female, white, died 12/1/1916 of chronic tubular nephritis. The deceased was 70 years, 1 month, 22 days old, born in Newberry, SC., lived in Newberry. Reported by J. M. Kibler MD. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Bowers, Freddie, died 10/23/1998 at Palmetto Baptist Medical Center. Born in Lexington Co., he was a son of John Bowers and Lottie Koon Bowers. Wilson Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 10/28/1998

Bowers, G. M. bought at MASTER SALE 124 acre for $1200. Newberry Observer 12/9/1896

Bowers, G. W. bought a thresher. Newberry Observer, 1/31/1894

Bowers, George A. married Miss Cora Boland on 12/14/1902 at the St. Luke’s Parsonage by Rev. H. J. Mathias. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/19/1902

Bowers, George colored was hanged in Laurens – story of the event, Newberry Observer 9/7/1893, page 3

Bowers, George colored, convicted of arson, burning of the property of J. D. Hairston, was sentenced to hang the 1st Friday in September. Newberry Observer, 7/27/1893

Bowers, George colored, was arrested for housebreaking and larceny and was in jail. Newberry Observer 6/1/1898

Bowers, George of the Mt. Tabor section was on the sick list, Herald 1/20/1886, page 3

Bowers, George W. was a Director of the People’s National Bank of Prosperity, Page 5, Newberry Observer 2/5/1904; He was a prosperous farmer who lived in the Slighs section of Newberry. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/19/1904; G. W. Bowers came from Little Mountain to Newberry on Wednesday morning without a coat claiming he was not cold. On Wednesday morning the temperature was 21 degrees. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/8/1905

Bowers, Gussie married T. L. Dawkins, both of St. Luke Community on 10/15/1899 by Rev. George S. Bearden at St. Luke’s Parsonage. Newberry Observer 10/19/1899

Bowers, infant child of Amelia Bowers of Smokey Town, died this past week from diphtheria. Newberry Herald 10/9/1878

Bowers, J. A. of Newberry SC participated in the Junior Class Oratory Contest of Newberry College with his talk on "LIVE FOR SOMETHING", Newberry Observer 6/15/1893, page 3;

Bowers, J. A. Rev. accepted the chair for Latin and Greek at Newberry College. Newberry Observer 9/15/1892

Bowers, J. L. Mrs. visited her father T. N. Shealy of Little Mountain. Page 5, Newberry Observer 5/9/1905

Bowers, J. L. was home in Prosperity getting ready for Newberry College commencement, Herald 5/22/1884, page 3; J. L. Bowers was 1884 graduate of Newberry College. Herald 6/26/1884, page 2

Bowers, J. M. and three others have formed the Newberry Grocery Company. The capital stock was $2000. Newberry Observer 1/8/1896; J. M. Bowers bought at MASTER SALE 128 acres for $700. Newberry Observer 12/7/1898.

Bowers, J. M. Mrs. was the daughter of Z. Sparks of Columbia, Herald 9/11/1884, page 3; She was the sister to Mrs. George E. Summers of Columbia. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/22/1902

Bowers, J. P. Mrs. was visited by Mrs. Joseph Monts and her mother Mrs. Catherine Dominick last week, Eagle Eye, 1/15/1902, page 1; She gave the Epworth Orphanage 4,000 strawberry plants. Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/28/1902

Bowers, J. Pat bought 160.7 acres of land in Township No. 11 for $3400, Herald 5/17/1883, page 3; J. P. Bowers lost a Negro house to a storm with high winds. Newberry Observer 3/27/1890; J. P. Bowers was elected Warden of Prosperity. Newberry Observer 4/16/1891; J. Pat Bowers was re- appointed as Assessor for Township No. 9 Newberry Observer, 1/12/1893; J. P. Bowers was appointed to the committee assigned to select sites for the location of the future cotton mill, Press & Reporter 6/26/1895, page 2; he was a merchant in Prosperity – who he was and what he had to sell, The Prosperity Advertiser 11/24/1897, page 1; J. P. Bowers was a Director of the People’s National Bank of Prosperity, Page 5, Newberry Observer 2/5/1904; he lost his fine buggy horse. It took sick 2/19 and died 2/20. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/24/1905; He was elected as a warden of Prosperity. Page 5, Newberry Observer 3/10/1905; J. P. Bowers, J. M. Wheeler and J. C. Schumpert will go out west to TX, OK, and other places with a view to purchasing land as well as a pleasure trip. Page 5, Newberry Observer 11/17/1905

Bowers, J. S., of Helena, supervisor of the G&C RR, was shot in the hand as he attempted to grab a gun from one of two railroad hands that were fighting. Newberry Herald 7/30/1879

Bowers, J. W. was elected delegate of the Prosperity Democratic Club of Township No. 9 for the County Democratic Convention, Herald 6/12/1884, page 3; J. W. Bowers was son-in-law to Mrs. Kinard of ‘96’ and brother to Mrs. Henry Wingard of GA. His daughter was Miss Stevie Bowers of Prosperity, Herald 7/10/1884, page 3; He was improving his building in Prosperity, Herald 8/14/1884, page 3

Bowers, J. William of Prosperity has moved to Abbeville. Newberry Observer 9/11/1890; J. William Bowers of Greenwood was the son of Jacob Bowers and Sarah Chapman Bowers. He was also the brother to Mrs. Mary Wright of Newberry, Dr. A. J. Bowers of Newberry, Mrs. George P. Wright of Atlanta, and Miss Janie Bowers of Stilwell GA. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/11/1904

Bowers, Jacob A. married Miss Ola Bedenbaugh, daughter of D. M. Bedenbaugh on 1/3/1904 at 3 p.m. at the Methodist Parsonage at Prosperity, officiated by Rev. J. K. McKain performing the ceremony. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/5/1904

Bowers, Jacob had married Sarah Chapman who died 10/8/1904 at the age of 77 years. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/11/1904

Bowers, Jacob M. Dr. of the Mount Tabor section married Miss Lora Sheely at the home of the bride’s parents Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Sheely at Little Mountain. The bride was the niece of Mrs. MD Summer of Newberry. Newberry Observer 2/21/1901

Bowers, Jacob, 22 years old, died at his home in Mt. Tabor section of pneumonia on 3/3/1898. He leaves a wife and 1 child. Burial was in Mt. Tabor Cemetery. Newberry Observer 3/9/1898

Bowers, Jacob, was going home on a lever car on the G&C RR. As the cars met a curve there was contact, tearing the flesh from his left thigh, along with injury to his right thigh. Dr. Mayer was summoned and feels it will be a long time before Jacob was able to walk. Newberry Herald, 9/17/1879; A full account of the accident and the announcement of his death. He was 58 years old, and leaves a wife and eight children. Funeral services were held in the Lutheran Church. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. Newberry Herald, 9/24/1879

Bowers, James A. having finished with Senior Exams was awarded first honors. Newberry Observer, 5/9/1894; J. A. Bowers graduated from Newberry College 6/17/1894. He delivered the Valedictory. Newberry Observer, 6/20/1894; J. A. Bowers left for Atlanta GA. where he will attend a course in Sullivan & Crichton’s Business School. Newberry Observer 9/25/1895; James A. Bowers was called home from school in Atlanta because of the death of his brother Claire. James A. Bowers was the brother of Claire S. Bowers. Newberry Observer 4/8/1896; James A. Bowers was taking a civil service examination at Columbia. Newberry Observer 9/22/1897; J. A. Bowers played the role of Col. Royal Alexander, late USA in the play ‘What Shall We Do With Her’ at the Opera House on 5/19/1898. Newberry Observer 5/25/1898; James A. Bowers went to Atlanta to work for the Cable Piano Co. Newberry Observer 9/28/1898; James A. Bowers, oldest son of James M. Bowers, married Miss Estelle Todd, oldest daughter of James F. Todd, on 7/18/1900 at the Presbyterian Church in Clinton by Rev. W. S. Bean DD. Newberry Observer 7/19/1900

Bowers, James A. Mrs. was the daughter to Mrs. James F. Todd. Newberry Observer 10/4/1900; Mrs. James A. Todd of Atlanta was sister to Miss Bernice Todd of Newberry. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/24/1904; Mrs. James A. Bowers, of Atlanta GA, was the daughter of James F. Todd and sister to Bernice Todd. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/23/1904; Mrs. James A. Bowers, of Atlanta, was the sister of Miss Minnie Todd. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/16/1905

Bowers, James M. his little boy, 3 years old, was sitting on the door steps 11/1/1879 when a dog ran over to him and knocked him down the steps. In the fall his arm was broken just above the elbow and the elbow joint was dislocated. Newberry Herald 11/5/1879; On 4/6/1889 when Mr. J. M. Bowers hitched his horse to the rack near the public well he found someone had stolen his saddle and put a rickety one in it’s place. Newberry Herald 4/11/1889; James M. Bowers’ 17 year old son, Clair Sparks Bowers died 4/3/1896. Newberry Observer 4/8/1896his gin house which was located 5 miles west of Newberry was burned on 10/29/1900 with all its contents. The loss was $500 with no insurance. Newberry Observer 11/1/1900; James M. Bowers advertised three mules and a wagon for sale. Page 5, Newberry Observer 2/12/1904

Bowers, James M. Mrs. of Newberry visited her sister Mrs. George Summer of Columbia who was quite ill. Newberry Observer 9/12/1901; Mrs. James M. Bowers of Newberry was the sister to Mrs. George E. Summer of Columbia. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/9/1904

Bowers, John M. belonged to Co. G, 13th Regt. SC Vols. But was now dead, Herald 5/30/1884, page 3

Bowers, John Wm. Born Oct. 2, 1855, child of Jacob S. and Sarah E. Bowers was baptized Aug. 11, 1867 by Rev. J. P. Smeltzer. Sponsors were the parents. Information from the journal of Rev. Smeltzer.

Bowers, John, alias Pick Bowers, COURT OF SESSIONS malicious mischief, two cases, pleaded guilty in one case, found guilty in the other. Newberry Observer 2/7/1889; 3 months in the State Penitentiary for one case and 5 months in the State Penitentiary for the second case. Newberry Observer 2/14/1889

Bowers, Joseph M. lived in Prosperity. After doing business in Newberry he missed the return train home and took a few drinks, then announced he was going to walk home to Prosperity. He was found dead at the RR tracks 1½ miles from Newberry, terribly mutilated. Followed was a gruesome description of his remains on the track. He was the son of Samuel Bowers. His funeral discourse was given by Rev. M. Bushnell, Herald 1/31/1884, page3

Bowers, K. C. Mrs. married P. L. Wise on 10/15/1905 at St. Peter’s Lutheran Parsonage in Rightwell, officiated by the Rev. E. J. Sox. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/20/1905; Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/31/1905

Bowers, Kerry Wolling, Dr., 60 years old, died 1/28/1998. Born 10/20/1937 in Newberry, he was a son of Floy Bowers. Burial was in Greenlawn Memorial Park. 1/30/1998

Bowers, Keziah was named as daughter of Dolly and George H. Morris in the unrecorded will dated 2/1/1892 of George H. Morris. Also named were her siblings George H. Morris, Samuel Morris, Amelia Hawkins, Nancy Morris, William Capers Morris, Elizabeth Bowers, Ennis Morris. Information from the unrecorded will at the Probate Office.

Bowers, L. S., was post master of Prosperity. Newberry Herald, 6/5/1878; A child of Levi S. Bowers of Prosperity, died 8/29/1879. Newberry Herald 9/3/1879; L. S. Bowers was re-elected as a Trustee of Prosperity High School for a term of 2 years, Herald 6/14/1883, page 3; L. S. Bowers, answered roll call at the reunion in Prosperity of the Confederate Survivors, Co. ‘G’ 13th Regt., SC. held 8/26/1891. Page 3, column 3, Newberry Observer, 8/27/1891; L.S. Bowers, came in as first prize for the "Old Folks Cake Walk" at the Prosperity High School Benefit. Newberry Observer 7/14/1892; L. S. Bowers, had a mare die of "Glanders" which was highly contagious. The State Inspector was expected shortly. Newberry Observer, 7/28/1892; Another horse was killed. It had a genuine case of "Glanders". Newberry Observer, 8/4/1892; L.S. Bowers, sold 513 bushels of tomatoes for $125. Newberry Observer, 8/25/1892; L.S. Bowers, was erecting a new stable. Newberry Observer, 9/1/1892; L. S. Bowers was re-appointed Post Master of Prosperity. Newberry Observer, 6/29/1893; L. S. Bowers had a good family mule die. Newberry Observer, 3/28/1894; L. S. Bowers acted as Vice-President and temporary President of the Prosperity Cotton Mill in the absence of G. E. Hawkins; He was appointed to the committee assigned to select sites for the location of the future cotton mill, Press & Reporter 6/26/1895, page 2; He was visited by Rufus Fellers, mother and sister of Newberry, Eagle Eye, 1/15/1902, page 1; L. S. Bowers raised a hog weighing 552 pounds. Page 4, Newberry Observer 12/12/1902; L. S. Bowers and family of Maybinton visited relatives in Jalapa. Page 5, Newberry Observer 9/4/1903; L. S. Bowers postmaster of Prosperity, was the brother of Fletcher M. Bowers and Mrs. Mary Barre, wife of S. C. Barre. He was an uncle to Miss May Lee Barre, Mrs. K. Baker of Greenwood, Miss Maggie Barre, Miss Kay Barre, John S. Barre, and Charley Barre. Page 5, Newberry Observer 4/8/1904; L. S. Bowers, of Prosperity, will have Pinkie Brown, Willene Brown and Albert Brown of Elberton GA as guests. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/1/1904; He will vacation at Glenn Springs. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/16/1904; His daughter, Della Bowers, went to Glenn Springs with him. Page 5, Newberry Observer 8/19/1904; L. S. Bowers received a Cross of Honor which was pinned on his lapel on Memorial Day 5/10/1905 by the UDC. Page 5, Newberry Observer 5/12/1905; L. S. Bowers and family are going to Glenn Springs for vacation. Page 1, Newberry Observer 7/21/1905

Bowers, L. W. was paid $4.50 for Ordinary County Funds 1882, 1883, Herald 3/13/1884, page 2

Bowers, Lang colored, killed Cal Graham, colored. Mr. Bowers has not been captured. Newberry Observer 9/5/1889; Lang Bowers, an offer of $100 for the arrest of this criminal. He was described as 30 years old, 5 feet, 10 inches tall, has lost the sight of one eye. Newberry Observer 10/10/1889; COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS, murder, true bill. Newberry Observer 11/14/1889; He was acquitted, Newberry Observer 11/21/1889

Bowers, Leo Earl, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Bowers, of Helena, has died. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. Newberry Herald 4/11/1889

Bowers, Levi and his brother Joseph Bowers were survivors of Co. G 13th Regt. SC Vols. Herald 5/15/1884, page 2; Levi Bowers and his wife Elizabeth, from Newberry to Coweta County GA. – a reunion of the descendants on 9/13/1902. Page 1, Newberry Observer 10/7/1902.

Bowers, Lizzie Miss daughter of Jacob S. Bowers married Rev. Henry S. Wingard. She died 1889 leaving 4 children, one which died later. The Rev. then married Miss Rawls of Harrelson GA. and there was 1 child by that union. Burial of the Rev. who died 12/1/1899 was in Springfield GA. Newberry Observer 12/7/1899

Bowers, Lucille Shealy Mrs., 85 years old, formerly of Prosperity, widow of Adrian L. ‘Pete’ Bowers, died 12/6/2000 at White Oak Manor in Newberry. Born in Chester she was a daughter of H. C. and Avalona Clark Shealy. Memorial services were at the Mount Tabor Lutheran Church. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 12/8/2000

Bowers, Lucy returned to the Hagerstown Seminary, Herald 9/11/1884, page 3; Lucy Bowers was home from Hagerstown College, Herald 6/18/1885, page 3; Lucy Bowers was home after attending art classes in Baltimore for the past 6-8 months. Newberry Observer 5/29/1890; Lucy Bowers, has returned to Baltimore for more art studies. Newberry Observer 10/9/1890; Lucy Bowers, will open an art school in September. Newberry Observer, 8/20/1891; Lucy Bowers won first prize at the State Fair for watercolors, landscape and fruits, charcoal paintings. Newberry Observer 11/21/1891; Lucy Bowers was traveling to Ocala FL. Newberry Observer 3/17/1892; Lucy F. Bowers of Newberry married Dr. William A. Young, a druggist of Moreland GA., on 11/15/1893 at the home of the bride’s grand father, A. M. Bowers by Rev. Dr. J. B. Fox. They will live in GA. Newberry Observer, 11/15/1893

Bowers, Lula, see Lula Bowers Boyd Bynum BENJAMIN, Newberry Observer 3/13/1998 & 3/16/1998

Bowers, male, black, died 2/9/1900 of scrofulosis. He was 11 years old, born in Newberry, SC and lived in Newberry, SC for 5 years. Reported by Dr. J. M. Kibler. Burial was in the Colored Cemetery. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Bowers, male, white, delivered by Dr. W. G. Houseal at Ward 4 on 5/2/1901. Parents are Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bowers of Newberry City, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Bowers, Margaret E. born Feb. 14, 1858

Bowers, Maria colored, wife of George Bowers, was committed to the Asylum in Columbia. Newberry Observer 6/1/1898

Bowers, Marie Shealy, 86 years old, widow of Jacob L. Bowers Jr., died 4/8/1998 at Lowman Home in White Rock. Born in Chapin, she was a daughter of Gary and Annie Lottie Lindler Shealy. Burial was in Mt. Tabor Lutheran Church Cemetery. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 4/10/1998

Bowers, Marjorie, see Marjorie Bowers LAKE, Newberry Observer 1/7/2000

Bowers, Mary Lou Miss, a member of the Newberry College graduating class of 1904, will deliver a speech at graduation on the subject ‘Fear’. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/19/1904; Miss Mary Lou Bowers graduated with a BA degree. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/10/1904; She went to Atlanta to spend time with friends. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/26/1904; Miss Mary Lou Bowers teaches at Zion School near Pomaria. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/13/1904; Miss Mary Lou Bowers resumed teaching at Zion School in No. 11 Township. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/20/1904; Miss Mary Lou Bowers’ school was closed for the summer. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/16/1905

Bowers, Mattie Miss of Lexington married George W. Koon on 12/27/1904 at the home of the bride’s mother, officiated by Rev. J. K. Efird. Page 5, Newberry Observer 12/30/1904

Bowers, Minnie E. Miss married Elburn J. Long on 12/25/1904 at the home of the bride’s father, George W. Bowers, officiated by Rev. W. A. Lutz. Page 1, Newberry Observer 1/6/1905

Bowers, Minnie Lee Miss married Professor Thornwell Haynes at Prosperity on 6/30/1898 by Rev. S. T. Hallman on 6/29/1898 by Rev. M. M. Kinard. The groom was the son of W. D. Hardy of Newberry. Newberry Observer 7/6/1898

Bowers, Minnie Lee Miss of Prosperity married Professor Thornwell Haynes who was the US Consul in Rouen France the past five years. He has just been promoted to US Consul at Vladivostok, Siberia. Page 1, Newberry Observer 3/24/1905

Bowers, Miss Janie of Stilwell GA. was the daughter of Jacob Bowers and Sarah Chapman Bowers. She was also the sister to Dr. A. J. Bowers of Newberry, J. William Bowers of Greenwood, Mrs. George P. Wright of Atlanta, and Mrs. Mary Wright of Newberry. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/11/1904

Bowers, Mrs. of Prosperity was the mother of J. W. Bowers of Prosperity and Mrs. Henry Wingard of GA and grandmother to Miss Stevie Bowers, Herald 7/10/1884, page 3

Bowers, N. E. bought at Master Sale 42 acres for $420. Newberry Observer 11/7/1901

Bowers, Nancy Ellen was Baptized at Newberry Aug 26, 1866 by Rev. J. P. Smeltzer. Information from the journal of Rev. Smeltzer.

Bowers, Nathan B. married Bessie Morris, both of Newberry on 12/11/1890 by Rev. J. B. Traywick. Newberry Observer 1/1/1891

Bowers, Nathan E. went to Harris Springs for vacation. Page 1, Newberry Observer 7/21/1905

Bowers, Nathan lost his smokehouse to fire on 3/28/1903. Page 5, Newberry Observer 3/31/1903

Bowers, Olivia Miss visited the Rev. Mr. Schaeffer family in Savannah GA, Newberry Observer, 4/6/1893, page 3; She attended the Atlanta Exposition. Newberry Observer 11/20/1895

Bowers, Ollie went to Harris Lithia Springs for vacation, Newberry Observer, 8/3/1893, page 3; was the nighttime long distance operator. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/16/1903; Ollie Bowers went to Hendersonville NC. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/15/1905

Bowers, Pat, of Prosperity, was cutting a road from his house, across the RR to Main St. Newberry Observer 2/4/1892

Bowers, Pick wanted for stealing sheep was captured by Sheriff Riser in Columbia, Herald 2/12/1885, page 3; Pick Bowers was in jail for stealing sheep, escaped, Herald 2/26/1885, page 3

Bowers, Pierce Mrs. was the mother of eleven children. She was the daughter of John W. Taylor and a sister to R. W. Taylor, W. J. Taylor, Miss Anna Taylor, Mrs. Nathan Vaughn, and Dudley Taylor. Page 5, Newberry Observer 4/28/1905

Bowers, Professor found his cow in the classroom last week. Boys will be boys. Newberry Observer 4/10/1895; Professor Bowers was presented with a gold-headed cane by his friends of the First Methodist Church. Newberry Observer 4/20/1899

Bowers, S. Bushnell replaced J. A. Counts at the post office. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/29/1904; S. Bushnell Bowers will graduate from Newberry College in 1905. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/14/1904; Samuel Bushnell Bowers graduated from Newberry College 1905. His Commencement speech was titled ‘Oyama’. Page 5, Newberry Observer 4/25/1905; S. B. Bowers and three other Prosperity men left via wagon to several summer resorts. Page 2, Newberry Observer 8/22/1905; He was elected assistant bookkeeper and secretary of the Prosperity Oil Co. Page 5, Newberry Observer 9/22/1905

Bowers, Sadie Miss of Newberry won a scholarship to Winthrop College. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/15/1905

Bowers, Samuel known as ‘Squire Bowers’ was a Magistrate before and during the Civil War. Page 5, Newberry Observer 4/15/1904

Bowers, Samuel was advertised with a letter for pick-up from the Post Office, Herald 5/1/1884, page 3

Bowers, Sarah E., female, white, died 10/8/1904 of angina pectoris. She was 78 years old, born in SC., resided in Newberry City for 20 years. Dr. W. G. Houseal MD (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library); Mrs. Sarah Bowers (nee Chapman) 77-year-old widow of Jacob Bowers of Helena, died 10/8/1904 at the home of her daughter Mrs. Mary Wright of heart failure. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. The children who survived her were Mrs. Mary Wright of Newberry, Dr. A. J. Bowers of Newberry, J. William Bowers of Greenwood, Mrs. George P. Wright of Atlanta, and Miss Janie Bowers of Stilwell GA. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/11/1904

Bowers, Stevie Miss was a member of the 5th class of Prosperity High School, Herald 6/14/1883, page 3; Miss Stevie K. Bowers married George P. Wright at the home of the bride’s brother-in-law, Captain R. H. Wright. Rev. A. J. Bowers officiated. They will live in Dallas Texas. Newberry Observer 9/24/1891

Bowers, W. P. advertised he had contracted 1884 labor agreement with George Heller, Herald 3/27/1884, page 2; W. Pat Bowers was shot to death in Lexington. The Governor offered a $200 reward for the capture of the person responsible. Newberry Observer 7/20/1899

Bowers, Walter was arrested for the arson of the dwelling and outhouses belonging to David Hipp. Newberry Observer, 5/16/1894

Bowesth, John Mrs., female, white, died 8/8/1914 of typhoid fever. The deceased was 43 years old, born in South Carolina, lived in Newberry SC for 29 years. Reported by W. G. Houseal MD (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Bowick, Nellie Owings, 78 years old, widow of Foster B. Bowick, died 8/15/1998 at her home. Born in Laurens Co., she was a daughter of Ludie B. and Hallie Owens Owings. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery, Springdale Section. Whitaker Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 8/17/1998

Bowles, Albert of Newberry married Miss Esterlee Counts, daughter of Mrs. L. M. Counts on 11/29/1903 at the Lutheran Parsonage with the Rev. W. A. Lutz officiating. Page 5, Newberry Observer 12/1/1903

Bowles, female, white, delivered by Dr. J. M. Kibler, at Newberry City, on 7/27/1904. Parents are A. E. and Esther Bowles of Newberry City, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Bowles, female, white, delivered by Dr. J. M. Kibler, on 10/18/1906. Parents are H. W. Bowles, engineer and Mrs. H. W. Bowles of Newberry City, SC (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Bowles, female, white, delivered by W. G. Houseal, physician, on 4/6/1908. Parents are Henry Bowles, green grocer, and Mrs. Lela Bowles, of Newberry City. (Report out of sequence – recorded after 11/8/1908) (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Bowles, H. W. was advertised having a letter for pick-up at the post office, Herald 3/20/1884, page 3; H. W. Bowles brought a wagonload of hogs to Garmany market on Saturday. Newberry Observer, 12/6/1893

Bowles, I. M. Mrs. of Augusta GA. was the daughter of Mr. S. P. Boozer. Newberry Observer 8/14/1895

Bowles, Ida, daughter of Rev. J.D. Bowles, married Dr. Allen Kinard on 10/19/1892. They will live in Orangeburg. Newberry Observer, 10/27/1892; Miss Ida Bowles, daughter of Rev. J. D. Bowles married Dr. Allen Kinard. Newberry Observer 10/2/1895

Bowles, J. D. returned from GA. His new address was Etheredge SC, Herald 11/22/1883, page 3; He left Prosperity to be Pastor at Pomaria. He will serve Bethlehem, St. Matthew’s, St. Phillip churches. Newberry Observer, 9/12/1894; Rev. J. D. Bowles, was moving from Pomaria to Coronoca. Newberry Observer 11/9/1898; Rev. J. D. Bowles left Newberry and was now stationed at the Lutheran Church in Coronoca. Newberry Observer 2/9/1899; Rev. J. D. Bowles of Coronoca, brother-in-law to Mrs. Luther M. Fellers, was suffering from blood poisoning. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/5/1904; He recovered from blood poisoning. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/16/1904

Bowles, J. L. of Augusta GA married Miss May Boozer on 1/20/1886 at the home of the bride’s father, S. P. Boozer, by Rev. C. M. Payne of Concord NC, Herald 1/20/1886, page 3

Bowles, J. L. Mrs. of Augusta GA, was the daughter of S. P. Boozer. Newberry Observer 6/9/1892; She and children visited S. P. Boozer of Calhoun Street, Newberry Observer 4/20/1893, page 3; Mrs. J. L. Bowles, of Augusta was the daughter to S. P. Boozer of Newberry and sister to Mrs. J. H. Hollingsworth of Augusta. Newberry Observer 8/2/1900; Mrs. J. L. Bowles was the daughter of Samuel P. Boozer and Matilda Montgomery Boozer. She was the sister to Mrs. J. H. Hollingsworth of Augusta GA., Mrs. O. E. Johnson of Charleston, Mrs. R. D. Smith, Miss Ethel Boozer of Newberry, Miss Genevieve Boozer of Newberry. Page 8, Newberry Observer 11/3/1903; Mrs. J. L. Bowles of Augusta was the daughter of S. P. Boozer of Newberry. Page 5, Newberry Observer 4/5/1904

Bowles, John, male, white, died 5/12/1908 of skull fracture. The deceased was born in Newberry SC, resided in Columbia for 33 years. Reported by W. E. Pelham MD Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Bowles, Lilla Mrs., female, white, died 2/7/1913 of consumption. The deceased was 30 years old, born in South Carolina, lived in Newberry SC for 10 years. Reported by W. G. Houseal. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Bowles, M. E. Miss of Newberry married M. A. Awtrey of Columbia at the home of the bride’s father, William Bowles, near Lebanon Church on 10/25/1893 by Rev. W. L. Wait. Mr. Awtrey was a master mechanic of the electric railway. His co-workers gave him a clock as a wedding present. They will live in Newberry. Newberry Observer, 11/1/1893

Bowles, Maggie was the sister to Mrs. Lizzie Autrey of Columbia. Newberry Observer, 9/5/1894

Bowles, male, white, delivered by midwife J. W. Nance on 7/23/1900. Parents are Mr. Wilson Bowles, mechanic and Mrs. Wilson Bowles, of Newberry City, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Bowles, Marguerite Miss of Augusta GA was a grand daughter to S. P. Boozer and a cousin to Cadet Lewis Johnson of Clemson College. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/23/1904

Bowles, Mrs. of Augusta was the daughter of Mrs. S. P. Boozer. Newberry Observer, 11/1/1893; She was a sister to Mrs. Hollingsworth of Atlanta and Mrs. R. D. Smith of Newberry. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/15/1904; Mrs. Bowles, of Augusta GA, was the sister of Mrs. Hollingsworth of Augusta Georgia and Miss Genevieve Boozer of Newberry. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/24/1904; Mrs. Bowles, of Augusta GA, was the sister to Miss Ethel Boozer of Newberry, and Mrs. Hollingsworth of Augusta. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/2/1905

Bowles, Mrs. of Coronoca was the aunt to Miss Marie Fellers, Miss Lillian Fellers and Mrs. M. C. Willard. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/4/1905

Bowles, Ruby Miss married D. N. Miller of Atlanta GA on 8/3/1905 at the home of the bride’s parent, W. A. Bowles of Chester, officiated by the Rev. J. T. Miller, father of the groom. Page 5, Newberry Observer 8/8/1905

Bowles, W. C. and family have moved to Newberry to work in the cotton mill. Newberry Observer 12/4/1895

Bowman, Annie Mrs., 87 years old, died at the home of her grand son, Charles A. Bowman, 10/4/1890. Newberry Observer 10/9/1890

Bowman, Bas and wife, three children, who lived in a home owned by Bill Reddick, lost almost all he owned to a fire on 3/20/1901. It was a four-room house and was situated near the powerhouse. There was $300 insurance on the home only, not the contents. Newberry Observer 3/21/1901; Bass Bowman, male, black, died 11/9/1914 of apoplexy. The deceased was 50 years old, born in South Carolina, lived in Newberry SC. Reported by W. G. Houseal MD (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Bowman, C. A. Mrs. provided music entertainment at the anniversary banquet of the Knights of Honor, Herald 7/5/1883, page 3; won a premium for her apple jelly at the Newberry Agriculture Fair, Herald 11/1/1883, page 3; Mrs. C. A. Bowman won a prize at the Newberry Agricultural Fair for grape jelly, quince jelly, for tufted work (special mention), Herald 11/6/1884, page 2; Mrs. C. A. Bowman was in charge of the women’s exhibit at the Charleston exhibition. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/17/1902

Bowman, C. A. was elected as 2nd Director of the Excelsior Fire Department; was one of a committee formed to report on the matter of uniforms for the Fire Department and Director of Squad No. 2, Herald 7/19/1883, page 3; Charles A. Bowman was the 2nd assistant chief of the Excelsior Steam Fire Engine Co. and the Star Hook Ladder Co. Herald 3/6/1884, page 2; C. A. Bowman was enrolled as a member of the Excelsior Fire Department, Herald 6/21/1883, page 3; C. A. Bowman was appointed 2nd assistant chief of the Newberry Fire Department, Herald 7/26/1883, page 3; C. A. Bowman was elected delegate of the Carolina Democratic Club of Township No. 1 for the County Democratic Convention, Herald 6/12/1884, page 3; C. A. Bowman was an incorporator for the newly formed Newberry Building & Loan Association, Herald 8/20/1885, page 3; Charles A. Bowman was living in a new home on Johnstone St., built by Mr. Davis. Newberry Observer 5/5/1892; C. A. Bowman was appointed a member of the Board of Health of Ward 1 by the Town Council. Newberry Observer 5/14/1891; C.A. Bowman will be the clerk at the hotel in Lithia Springs in Waterloo for the months of July and August. Newberry Observer 7/7/1892; C. A. Bowman Town Clerk and Treasurer was now also Manager of the Opera House. Newberry Observer, 2/21/1894; C. A. Bowman went to Harris Springs for 3 days. (Abstractor’s note: Harris Springs was a health spa). Newberry Observer 5/22/1895; C. A. Bowman, on 1/2/1896 attended the German at the Newberry Club Room. He was elected by Town Council as Clerk and Treasurer. Newberry Observer 1/8/1896; C. A. Bowman, was a new member of the James D. Nance Camp 336 UCV and their sons. Newberry Observer 4/15/1896; C. A. Bowman, and children were spending time in Charleston. Newberry Observer 4/22/1896; Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bowman, celebrated their crystal wedding anniversary on 9/21/1896. Newberry Observer 9/23/1896; C. A. Bowman and wife attended the reunion of Confederate soldiers in Nashville TN. leaving from Newberry on 6/21/1897. Newberry Observer 6/23/1897; C. A. Bowman, has been re-elected Clerk and Treasurer of the Town Council. Newberry Observer 2/2/1898; C. A. Bowman was assistant postmaster. Newberry Observer 1/19/1899; C. A. Bowman, was selected as a member of petit jury in the US Circuit Court which convened in Charleston. Newberry Observer 2/2/1899; C. A. Bowman had a sorrel horse stolen from him on 4/14/1899 at the Lake Place which was a few miles outside the city. The horse was in the care of Pierce Calmes. It was found at J. S. Blalock’s place in Goldville. A tramp rode it there using his suspenders as a bridle. Newberry Observer 4/20/1899; C. A. Bowman was the new money order clerk at Newberry Post office. Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/18/1902; C. A. Bowman was going to Pawley’s Island with three other Newberry men and will camp out on the beach since at this time of the season there was no room at the hotels. He was having a bathing suit made out of remnants of baseball sweaters and blue overalls. Page 5, Newberry Observer 7/31/1903; C. A Bowman was elected as an alternate delegate to the State Convention of the Knights of Pythias in Greenville, May 1904. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/15/1904

Bowman, C. A. was selected as a juror for Sessions Court beginning 3/20/1893, Observer 3/9/1893, page 3

Bowman, Daniel colored, escaped on 7/6/1904 from the chain gang. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/8/1904

Bowman, female, white, stillborn, delivered by Cinda Dewalt, at Newberry City, on 1/13/1904. Parents are Sam Bowman, barber, and Lucy Bowman of Newberry City, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Bowman, Florence Miss had surgery in Charleston for a tumor in her side and was critical. Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/28/1905; She died 3/27/1905 at St. Francis Xavier Infirmary. Her brother was A. C. Bowman. The funeral was in Charleston. Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/31/1905

Bowman, Jonas colored, Court of Sessions, for murder, represented by Solicitor George Johnstone. The evidence showed that on the night of 3/20/1878, Jonas Bowman was walking home from church with a girl. Andrew Eichelberger, the deceased, walked up between the two and pushed Bowman aside from which a quarrel arose. Shortly after Eichelberger returned to Bowman and renewed the quarrel which resulted in a fight in which Bowman was thrown. While underneath his opponent he stabbed him with his knife from which Eichelberger died the following day. The plea was for self-defense. The jury found the prisoner not guilty. Newberry Herald, 6/12/1878; Jonas Bowman colored, was in an incident 7/25/1891. Page 3, column 2, Newberry Observer 7/30/1890

Bowman, Laura handles the piano very well. Newberry Observer 12/1/1897; Miss Laura Bowman was down from Pendleton to spend Christmas in Newberry, Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/23/1902; Miss Laura Bowman, daughter of Mrs. C. A. Bowman, was sick. Page 5, Newberry Observer 6/9/1903; Miss Laura Bowman taught school at St. Phillips last session. Miss Laura Bowman will attend the musical festival in Spartanburg this week. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/26/1904; Miss Laura Bowman visited in Columbia and staying with Mrs. R. H. Welch. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/13/1904; Miss Laura Bowman was escorted by H. W. Dominick to the Newberry German Club dance at the Armory on 9/15/1905. Page 1, Newberry Observer 9/19/1905

Bowman, Mary, colored died of dropsy, 10/9/1883. Newberry Herald 10/11/1883

Bowman, Sam colored, was arrested for bootlegging liquor. Newberry Observer 3/16/1899; Sam Bowman, COURT OF SESSIONS, violation of dispensary law, to be continued; Newberry Observer 7/27/1899; Samuel Bowman, COURT OF SESSION, violating dispensary law, mistrial. Newberry Observer 10/26/1899

BOYCE vs LAKE & SPEARMAN– Court of Common Pleas – new suit, Herald 2/14/1884, page 3

Boyce, Catherine H. Mrs., widow of John J. Boyce, daughter of Chancellor Job Johnstone, died 5/28/1889 at the home of her brother-in-law, Carver Randall of Pendleton SC. Burial was in the family (Johnstone) Burial Ground. Newberry Observer 5/30/1889

Boyce, Cyrus gave testimony at the Coroner’s inquisition held 10/6/1879 in at the Plantation of J. J Paysinger in Township No. 8, Newberry County SC. Information was from CORONER’S INQUISITIONS, printed in the Fall 2000 Quarterly of the Old Newberry Chapter Gen. Society. Records taken from film kept at the SC Archives.

Boyce, Gus was killed 11/3/1903 while working the material train of the Southern RR. His estates administrator was suing for $1,000. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/14/1904

Boyce, John gave testimony at the Coroner’s inquisition held 10/6/1879 at the Plantation of J. J Paysinger in Township No. 8, Newberry County SC. Information was from CORONER’S INQUISITIONS, printed in the Fall 2000 Quarterly of the Old Newberry Chapter Gen. Society. Records taken from film kept at the SC Archives.

Boyce, Mattie Miss was a missionary for the ARP Church in Mexico. Newberry Observer 7/13/1898.

Boyce, Si was arrested on assault and battery with intent to kill on William Porter. Newberry Observer 7/3/1890; COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS, assault and battery with intent to kill, true bill, guilty, Newberry Observer 7/17/1890; He was to pay a fine of $400 or spend 2 years in the Penitentiary. Newberry Observer 7/24/1890

Boyce, Syble Moates, 74 years old, widow of Samuel Boyce, died 2/14/2000 in the Hampton Regional Medical Center. She was born in Laurens County 2/9/1926, a daughter of James C. Farmer and Rebecca King Farmer. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. Newberry Observer 2/16/2000

Boyce, Tony, administrator of the estate of Augustus Boyce, COMMON PLEAS, against the Southern RR won a verdict of $170. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/7/1904

Boyce, William, laborer, living at Ward #3 in Newberry, and wife Mary Boyce have a black male child born 1/6/1897, delivered by Mary B. Simpkins. Return of Births in the City of Newberry SC. 8/19/1885 to 12/15/1918 kept in the Newberry Co. Library.

BOYD & CROMER received $7.10 for fuel & stamps during the Quarterly ending 6/30/1899 and published according to the Act of the Legislature of 1897, Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/13/1899

Boyd, Albert was the son of Rev. D. P. Boyd. Newberry Observer 6/14/1900

Boyd, Alice, of Goldville, was home from Columbia Female College. Newberry Observer 7/4/1889; Alice Boyd, was teaching at Kinards School. Newberry Observer, 11/3/1892

Boyd, Alma Mrs., 23-year-old wife of D. Albert Boyd of Union and daughter of C. W. Bishop died at her father’s home 8/3/1905. A two-day-old son survived her. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/4/1905; Mrs. Alma Boyd, female, white, died 8/3/1905 of gastro enteritis. She was 21 years old, born in Newberry Co., SC., resided in Newberry City for 18 years. Dr. W. G. Houseal MD (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boyd, Annie Bell Harp, 80 years old, widow of Booker T. Boyd, died 1/1/1999 at Anne Maria Nursing Center in Augusta GA. Born in Newberry, she was a daughter of Jonathan and Minnie Glenn Harp. Burial was in Trinity A.M.E. Church Cemetery. F.B. Pratt & Son Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 1/4/1999

Boyd, Ara, a colored woman, was arrested on a charge of arson. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/28/1902

Boyd, Belle the famous confederate spy was living in Austin TX and was a defendant in a suit brought on by her husband J. W. Hammond, Herald 8/21/1884, page 3

Boyd, Butler H. of Hopewell was elected Principal of Ridge Spring School. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/19/1904; Butler H. Boyd, of Ridge Spring, was the son of Mrs. W. D. Boyd of the Hopewell section. Page 5, Newberry Observer 5/2/1905

Boyd, C. E., his daughter, Mabel Boyd, died 6/2/1899 at age 1 year 3 months. Newberry Observer 6/8/1899; C. E. Boyd and family are moving to Columbia. He will have charge of the marble yard at the Epworth Orphanage. Newberry Observer 12/20/1901

Boyd, C. F. Mrs. of Newberry visited her nephew in Greenwood, Dr. B. F. Duckett. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/21/1903; Mrs. C. F. Boyd was living with her brother T. C. Duncan on Main Street in Newberry. She sold her place near the BOOZER ROLLER MILL in the northern suburbs of the city to Samuel P. McCracken. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/20/1904

Boyd, C. F. was elected Adjutant of the James D. Nance Camp No. 336 UCV, Newberry Observer 9/7/1893, page 3

Boyd, C. F. was elected Secretary of the Newberry County Farmer’s Alliance, Newberry Observer 7/13/1893, page 3

Boyd, C. F. was elected Warden for Prosperity, Herald 4/12/1883, page 3; He was elected as treasurer of the Board of Trustees of Prosperity High School for a term of 1 year, Herald 6/14/1883, page 3; C. F. Boyd was the weekly ‘Prosperity’ news correspondent for the Herald & News. He sent in a letter stating he would no longer be writing about Prosperity, Herald 9/11/1884, page 3; Reconsidering, he will continue to give Prosperity news for the news paper, Herald 9/18/1884 page 3; He was nominated as candidate for County Treasurer. Newberry Observer 6/19/1890; C. F. Boyd was the new County Treasurer. Newberry Observer 2/5/1891; Mrs. Eliza Wilson Boyd, wife of Calhoun F. Boyd, died in Newberry on 1/29/1891 after a lingering illness. Newberry Observer 2/5/1891; C. F. Boyd, advertised for the return of his boar shoat, black and white spotted, weighing 135 pounds. Newberry Observer 4/30/1891; C. F. Boyd, was elected as Treasurer of Newberry Co., Newberry Observer, 9/1/1892; He gave Bond as County Treasurer with J. H. Smith, T. B. Leitzsey, Antine Buzhardt, I. H. Boulware, J. N. Martin, R. H. Wright, George S. Mower and James F. Todd as sureties, Newberry Observer 1/5/1893, page 3; C. F. Boyd joined the newly formed James D. Nance Camp of Confederate Veterans of Newberry. Newberry Observer, 7/6/1893; C. F. Boyd lost a Negro house to fire, no insurance. Newberry Observer, 8/17/1893; Treasurer C. F. Boyd was being visited by his brother, Dr. M. P. Boyd of Atlanta. Newberry Observer, 11/29/1893; Calhoun F. Boyd was appointed as Treasurer of Newberry County by Governor Evans. Newberry Observer, 3/13/1895; C. F. Boyd County Treasurer will be married to Mrs. Ella I. Bell of near Whitmire on 4/3/1895 at the home of Mrs. Bell’s mother. Newberry Observer 4/3/1895; C. F. Boyd was the father of Mrs. Henry Parr. Newberry Observer 4/3/1895; His cow died. Newberry Observer 10/16/1895; C. F. Boyd, attended the 6th annual reunion of Confederate Veterans held in 1896 in Richmond VA. Newberry Observer 7/1/1896; C. F. Boyd, was the father of Mrs. Henry Parr of Alston. Newberry Observer 7/22/1896; C. F. Boyd, won the Primary election of 8/25/1896 for Treasurer of Newberry Co. Newberry Observer 9/2/1896; C. F. Boyd, county treasurer, living at Ward #4 in Newberry, and wife Ella Boyd have a white male child born 10/2/1896, delivered by Dr. O. B. Mayer. Return of Births in the City of Newberry SC. 8/19/1885 to 12/15/1918 kept in the Newberry Co. Library; C. F. Boyd purchased the Aull residence in the suburbs. Newberry Observer 11/4/1896; C. F. Boyd was the Uncle to Mrs. W. H. Draffin of Harmony SC. Newberry Observer 6/16/1897; C. F. Boyd, attended the reunion of Confederate soldiers in Nashville TN. leaving from Newberry on 6/21/1897. Newberry Observer 6/23/1897; C. F. Boyd won the primary for County Treasurer (Unopposed) on 8/30/1898. Newberry Observer 8/31/1898; C. F. Boyd received $6.75 as payment for Jury and witness tickets during the Quarterly 10/1/1898 to 12/28/1898 and published according to the Act of the Legislature of 1897, Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/5/1899; He received $963.00 for warrant and jury tickets during the Quarterly ending 6/30/1899 and published according to the Act of the Legislature of 1897, Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/13/1899; Calhoun F. Boyd will not run again as a candidate for County Treasurer which he has done for the past 10 years. Newberry Observer 1/11/1900; He was the brother of M. Pitts Boyd. Newberry Observer 9/6/1900; C. F. Boyd was a Private of the QUITMAN RIFLES, part of the original roll, published on Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/4/1900; a large tree in his yard was hit by lightening. Newberry Observer 6/27/1901; Calhoun F. Boyd died 2/3/1902, a tribute, Page 5, the stores were closed 2 to 4 as a gesture of respect, Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/7/1902; A tribute of respect, Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/28/1902; Calhoun Fair Boyd, a tribute of respect, Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/6/1902; Calhoun F. Boyd was born in Newberry County SC 9/15/1841 the son of Major Hugh K. Boyd of the State Militia and Louisa Bates. His father died 1851.He spent his boyhood on the farm of his guardian and in 1859 entered Newberry College. In April 1861 he entered the Confederate service as a Private for Co. ‘E’ 3rd Regt. (Quitman’s Rifles). He was promoted to Corporal October 1862 and 1st Sergeant on August 1863. At the Battle of Cedar Creek 10/19/1864, a Wednesday morning, he was shot through the body and lay on the battlefield until Thursday evening. He was taken as a prisoner to Winchester where his wound was finally dressed that Sunday. He spent a month there. He was then sent to the Baltimore Hospital and then to Point Lookout where he remained until the end of the war 7/31/1865. After the war he was a farmer and in 1890 was elected as County Treasurer. He was elected as Adjutant of the James D. Nance Camp of Confederate Veterans, which was organized in 1893. He was married first, on 8/31/1865, to Eliza Wilson who died 1/30/1891 and he remarried 4/3/1895 to Mrs. Ella I. Bell. In 1899 there were two living children, two sons and a daughter. Information taken from CONFEDERATE MILITARY HISTORY, published in 1899, which was kept in the Newberry County Library.

Boyd, C. M. Mrs. of Prosperity was a sister to Miss Lee of Due West. Page 1, Newberry Observer 3/3/1905; Mrs. C. M. Boyd was the sister to Miss Amanda Lee of Due West. Page 1, Newberry Observer 6/23/1905

Boyd, C. M. Rev. bought a horse in Okete MO. and will have the animal shipped out of St. Louis MO. He married Miss Ella Lee on 11/3/1904 at Due West. Page 8, Newberry Observer 11/4/1904; Rev. C. M. Boyd has transferred to Anderson. Page 3, Newberry Observer 12/29/1905

Boyd, Caroline, female, black, died 2/2/1915 of cardis sclerosis. The deceased was 50 years old, born in Newberry Co., South Carolina, lived in Newberry SC for 7 years. Reported by J. M. Kibler MD Burial was in Fair Burying Ground on 2/2/1915. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boyd, Charles colored, lost his corn crib, 100 bushels of corn, 1,000 bundles of fodder, 10 bushels of peas, all to fire. Newberry Observer 12/12/1889; Charles Boyd colored, was fatally injured jumping a ditch and died 1/13/1890. Newberry Observer, 1/16/1890

Boyd, Charles Crawford will marry Lucille Meredith Spearman, daughter of John F. Spearman of Columbia, on 1/3/1894 at the 1st Baptist Church in Columbia. Newberry Observer, 12/27/1893

Boyd, Charles Mrs. of Columbia was granddaughter to Col. J. R. Leavell. Newberry Observer 11/13/1895; Mrs. Charles Boyd of Columbia was the grand daughter to Col. J. R. Leavell of Newberry. Newberry Observer 9/16/1896

Boyd, Claude T. lived in Sedalia, Union County SC. Newberry Observer 2/23/1900; Clarence T. Boyd was living in Cross Keys, Union County. He was a son of Rev. D. P. Boyd. Newberry Observer 7/26/1900; Claudius T. Boyd of Union was the son of Mrs. D. P. Boyd and brother to D. Albert Boyd. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/4/1903

Boyd, Cornelia, female, black, died 2/6/1912 of peritonitis. The deceased was 18 years old, born in Newberry, SC, lived in Newberry, SC for 10 years. Reported by J. M. Kibler MD (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boyd, D. A. Mrs. of Union was the daughter of C. W. Bishop. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/14/1904

Boyd, D. A. went to Charleston to see the Exposition. Newberry Observer 12/31/1901; D. A. Boyd was taking a business course in Atlanta. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/3/1902; D. Albert Boyd of Atlanta GA. was the son of Rev. D. P. Boyd. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/2/1903; D. Albert Boyd of Union was the son of Mrs. D. P. Boyd and brother to Claudius T. Boyd. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/4/1903

Boyd, D. P. Rev. was the son of Rev. M. M. Boyd. Newberry Observer, 1/2/1890; He and his brother Rev. J. M. Boyd visited their father Rev. M. M. Boyd in Utopia, Newberry Observer 2/2/1893, page 3; Rev. D. P. Boyd was the son of Rev. M. M. Boyd. Newberry Observer 12/14/1899; Rev. D. P. Boyd had a narrow escape at the east end of the wooden bridge over Bush River at the Langford-O’Neall Mill place. His horse became frightened, broke off the backstrap, releasing the buggy. The buggy became suspended on the side of the bridge. No sooner had the Rev. removed himself from the buggy than it tumbled over and fell upon the dashboard down to a distance of nine feet onto rock. See details on Page 3, Newberry Observer 1/17/1901; Rev. D. P. Boyd was selling a book on the life of his father Rev. Mark Boyd. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/23/1903; He was the father of D. Albert Boyd of Atlanta GA. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/2/1903; Rev. D. P. Boyd offered a reward for the find of a lost Masonic cuff button and a pair of spectacles. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/11/1903; Rev. D. P. Boyd formerly of Newberry, wrote a letter, which was published in the newspaper, describing his new parishes and some of the people he met. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/15/1904; Rev. Boyd lived in Fountain Inn SC but still had farming interests in Newberry. Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/25/1904

Boyd, David Albert of Union, son of Rev. D. P. Boyd, will marry Miss Helen Alma Bishop, on 4/27/1904 at the home of the bride’s father, Captain C. W. Bishop. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/15/1904

Boyd, David W., died 10/12/1879 at his home near Milton, Laurens Co. Newberry Herald, 10/15/1879

Boyd, Donaldson, found at the town square in Laurens, the victim of a mugging. Details, Page 3, column 6, Newberry Observer, 8/11/1892

Boyd, Doska, female, black, died 6/21/1909 of organic heart disease. The deceased was 50 years old, born in SC, resided in Newberry City. Reported by Dr. W. G. Houseal MD Burial was in Rockhen Church. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boyd, Dr. colored, passed the State Board of Examiners and was now licensed to practice medicine. Newberry Observer 5/25/1898

Boyd, Duffie was advertised having a letter for pick up at the Post Office, Herald 7/3/1884, page 3; Duffie Boyd was advertised having a letter for pick up at the Post Office, Herald 10/2/1884, page 3; Duff Boyd colored, of Floyd Township picked 400 pounds of cotton on Monday, 415 pounds on Tuesday, 387 pounds on Wednesday. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/8/1905

Boyd, Ebbie, of Prosperity was home from Erskine College, Due West. Newberry Observer 7/4/1889

Boyd, Eliza Wilson Mrs., wife of Calhoun F. Boyd, died in Newberry on 1/29/1891 after a lingering illness. Newberry Observer 2/5/1891

Boyd, Ella married D. R. Crawford 11/20/1898 by Rev. A. S. Leslie at Belfast. Newberry Observer 11/23/1898.

Boyd, Ella Mrs. visited her sister in Pomaria, Mrs. W. A. Dunn. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/23/1904

Boyd, Ellen Miss, died at the home of Thomas P. Abrams of No. 4 Township on 5/1/1892. Newberry Observer 5/12/1892

Boyd, F. M. Mr. and Mrs. are rooming at Mrs. Ramage’s house on East Main Street. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/6/1904

Boyd, F. M. Mrs. was the daughter of Mrs. M. M. Stewart of Chester. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/18/1905; She was admitted to a Chester Hospital a few days ago and was in critical condition. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/5/1905; She had surgery and was improving. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/8/1905; She returned home 11/4/1905. Page 8, Newberry Observer 11/7/1905

Boyd, F. N. was superintendent of Receipts and disbursements for the City of Newberry 1904, see page 4, Newberry Observer 2/5/1904

Boyd, Fannie E., daughter of Rev. M. M. Boyd, married to J. B. Riser, all of Newberry, on 2/14/1883 by Rev. G. M. Boyd. Newberry Herald 3/1/1883

Boyd, female, black, illegitimate, delivered by Harriet Counts, midwife, on 10/9/1909. Parent was Clara Boyd, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boyd, female, black, stillborn, delivered by Patsy Young, midwife on 4/26/1913. Parent was Hattie Boyd, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boyd, female, white, delivered by Clary Stevens, on 7/20/1905. Parent was Carry Boyd, of Newberry City, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boyd, Fletcher M. Mrs. of Cornelia Street was visited by her mother Mrs. M. M. Stewart of Chester. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/26/1904; Mrs. Fletcher M. Boyd was the daughter of Mrs. M. M. Stewart. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/26/1904

Boyd, Fletcher M. of Chester has been selected the new superintendent of the public water works and electric lights. He was the son of the late Mordecai J. Boyd of Newberry. He has a wife and one child. Details on him on Page 3, Newberry Observer 1/24/1901; F. M. Boyd, superintendent, his telephone number was 17. His family has arrived in Newberry and was living at Mrs. Ruff’s on Boundary Street. Newberry Observer 2/7/1901; His only child, 18 month old Margaret Boyd, died at Chester on 7/2/1901. The family was there on a visit to the grand parents. Newberry Observer 7/11/1901; F. M. Boyd was re-elected superintendent of public water works and electric lights for the coming year. Newberry Observer 8/29/1901; F. M. Boyd’s residence telephone number was 123. Page 5, Newberry Observer 8/26/1902; Fletcher M. Boyd was re-elected as superintendent of public works. Granted $500 bail bond, Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/18/1903; F. M. Boyd was re-elected superintendent of public works, water and electric for the ensuing year. His salary has been increased from $900 to $1000/year. F. M. Boyd, of Newberry was a nephew to Miss Mary E. Stone of Columbia. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/4/1903; Boyd, female, white, delivered by Dr. W. G. Houseal, at Newberry City, on 12/27/1903. Parents are F. M. Boyd, electrician and Mrs. F. M. Boyd (born in Cha. Co.) of Newberry City, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library); Fletcher M. Boyd of Newberry was the nephew of Mrs. Morgan of Johnston. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/26/1904; He studied the best systems of electric lighting in Atlanta recently. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/26/1904; F.M. Boyd was building a cottage at the corner of Nance & Cornelia Streets. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/24/1905; He and his family have moved in. Page 5, Newberry Observer 5/5/1905

Boyd, Florence Lavinia, 17 years old, oldest child of Rev. D. P. Boyd, of Jonesville died 1/28/1889. Buried at New Chapel. Newberry Observer 1/31/1889

Boyd, G. M. Rev. was elected PRELATE and Trustee of the Laurens County Knights of the Golden Rule, Herald 7/19/1883, page 3; Rev. G. M. Boyd married to Corrine Anderson of Waterloo, SC on 5/12/1891 by Rev. A. J. Cauthen. Newberry Observer 5/21/1891

Boyd, General colored, on Mount Zion road his horse became frightened and ran away. General Boyd ran after the horse, fell and broke his back, dying soon after. Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/7/1902

Boyd, George gave testimony at the Coroner’s inquisition held 5/19/1880 in Township No. 10 Newberry County SC. Information was from CORONER’S INQUISITIONS, printed in the Winter 2000 Quarterly of the Old Newberry Chapter Gen. Society. Records taken from film kept at the SC Archives.

Boyd, George M. Rev. Mrs., of Marlboro County, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. W. S. Wills, on 6/10/1889. Newberry Observer 6/20/1889

Boyd, George Rev. was the son of Rev. Mark Boyd, Herald 8/16/1883, page 3

Boyd, Gurney, brother of F. M. Boyd, has completed his tour in the US Army in the Philippines. He was thinking of moving to California. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/11/1903

Boyd, H. K. Judge was the grandfather of Dallas P. Western of MS, Herald 1/31/1884, page3; for nearly 60 years Hugh K. Boyd owned the home originally built for John Anderson on the present site of the Opera House. Newberry Observer, 10/6/1892; Hugh K. Boyd, son of C. F. Boyd CSA, was admitted as a member of the James D. Nance Camp No. 336 Newberry Observer, 9/7/1893;

Boyd, Hannah, female, black, died 2/5/1918, of apoplexy. The deceased was 80 years old, born in SC, and lived in Newberry City. Reported by James M. Kibler MD Burial was in St. Matthew’s Church Cemetery. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boyd, Henry colored, 85 years old, died at Col. W. Y. Fair’s place. Page 8 Newberry Observer 9/19/1905

Boyd, Henry W. closed his school at Garmany Academy to go to Erskine College, Herald 9/18/1884 page 3; He was a teacher at Saluda Academy. Newberry Observer 10/10/1889; Henry W. Boyd had an accident on 12/25/1889. He was driving a two-wheeled sulky when the wheel struck a root and threw him out breaking his thigh. Newberry Observer, 1/2/1890; Henry W. Boyd, was paid $35, $35, $35 by the Ordinary County Fund for the school district No. 9, year 1888-1889. Newberry Observer 3/6/1890; He broke his leg again at the same place. Newberry Observer 3/13/1890; Henry W. Boyd, son of C. F. Boyd CSA, was admitted as a member of the James D. Nance Camp No. 336 Newberry Observer, 9/7/1893; Henry W. Boyd went to Atlanta for treatment of a throat problem and returned with no improvement seen. Newberry Observer, 4/11/1894; Henry W. Boyd, 29 year old, oldest son of C. F. Boyd died at the home of his father in Newberry on 4/17/1895 of consumption. Burial at Cannon Creek Church. Newberry Observer 4/17/1895; He was a former teacher at Excelsior school. Newberry Observer 5/1/1895

Boyd, Henry W. son of M. M. Buford became a member of the James D. Nance UCV, Newberry Observer 9/7/1893, page 3

Boyd, Hugh K. son of C. F. Boyd became a member of the James D. Nance UCV, Newberry Observer 9/7/1893, page 3

Boyd, Hugh K. was attending Erskine College. Newberry Observer 10/14/1896; Hugh Boyd, who was attending Erskine College, was severely hurt while playing football. He was home recuperating. Newberry Observer 12/9/1896; H. K. Boyd of Newberry delivered the speech ‘Day Dreams and their True Value’ at the commencement exercises at Newberry College on 6/13/1897. Newberry Observer 6/16/1897; Hugh K. Boyd will deliver the speech "Disarmament’ at Commencement at Newberry College. Newberry Observer 4/27/1899; Hugh K. Boyd was in Atlanta studying stenography. Newberry Observer 7/5/1900; Hugh K. Boyd left Newberry for Dallas TX to attend the Confederate Reunion. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/22/1902; Hugh K. Boyd attended the Charleston Exposition. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/23/1902; he was studying medicine at the College of Physicians and Surgeons in Baltimore. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/7/1902; was a medical student at Tulane University, New Orleans Louisiana. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/26/1904; Hugh K. Boyd returned to New Orleans to resume his studies in medicine. Page 8, Newberry Observer 11/10/1905

Boyd, Hugh was attending the Atlanta Exposition. Newberry Observer 11/13/1895; Hugh Boyd won a bicycle as a prize for guessing the correct number of peas in a jar. Newberry Observer 7/1/1896

Boyd, Irvin was sick with typhoid fever. Newberry Observer 8/17/1898.

Boyd, Isaac S. nephew to Rev. Mark Boyd was the general agent for London American Corp. Herald 3/8/1883, page 3

Boyd, J. C. Mrs. was seriously ill. Newberry Observer 8/21/1895; Mrs. J. C. (Etta) Boyd, 52 years old, died 2/22/1904 at her home on College Street. She was the oldest daughter of Richard Wearn of Columbia, a prominent citizen. She married Col. Boyd 1876 and shortly after the marriage moved to Greenville where they have lived ever since. She was survived by a sister, Miss Anna Wearn of Greenville and a brother G. F. Wearn of Newberry, a daughter Miss Rosa Boyd and a son, Captain R. L. Boyd of Burlington NC. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/23/1904

Boyd, J. C. Rev. was re-elected as a Trustee of Prosperity High School for a term of 1 year, Herald 6/14/1883, page 3; J. C. Boyd was paid $6.35 for Ordinary County Funds 1882, 1883, Herald 3/13/1884, page 2; J. C. Boyd was paid $7 by the County Commissioners during the year 1885, Herald 1/13/1886, page 2; Rev. J. C. Boyd resigned his Pastorate in Prosperity ARP Church. Newberry Observer 10/9/1890; Rev. J. C. Boyd, Presbyterian, died at his home in Statesville NC on 3/28/1902. He left Newberry about 10 years ago. J. P. Cook was his son-in-law. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/1/1902

Boyd, J. E. won a prize at the Newberry Agricultural Fair for riding a horse by a boy under 15 years old, Herald 11/6/1884, page 2

Boyd, J. J. Dr. of Spartanburg, aged 83 years, died 5/4/1901. Newberry Observer 5/9//1901

Boyd, J. M. Rev. related his trip to Horry County for a conference meeting, Herald 1/18/1883, page 3; He was the son of Rev. Mark Boyd, Herald 8/16/1883, page 3; Rev. J. M. Boyd was the presiding elder of Marion District. He made 94 appointments in the past 2 years and attended 93 of them, Herald 10/2/1884 page 3; Rev. J. Marion Boyd of Marion District Methodist Conference stopped in Newberry to visit the old homestead; His brother was Rev. Pettus Boyd, Herald 11/13/1884, page 3; Rev. J. Marion Boyd was presented with a gold-headed cane as a gift from his congregation. He was leaving the area. Newberry Observer 11/20/1890; He and his brother Rev. D. P. Boyd visited their father Rev. M. M. Boyd in Utopia, Newberry Observer 2/2/1893, page 3; J. Marion Boyd died 2/25/1894 at the home of S. J. and A. J. Foster in Rich Hill, Spartanburg. He leaves a wife and 5 children, 2 boys and 3 girls at home besides 2 married daughters and 2 married sons. Newberry Observer, 2/28/1894

Boyd, J. Wash Esq. was the brother of W. D. Boyd of Milton and W. Y. Boyd of Laurens. He was a native of Laurens and an 1871 graduate of Wofford College. His address to the Confederate veterans in St. Joseph MO along with his portrait was published in the last issue of ‘Confederate Veteran’ published in Nashville. Page 4, Newberry Observer 1/8/1904

Boyd, Jack, see Mrs. Jack Boyd SIMPSON, Newberry Observer 9/29/1999

Boyd, Jackson, son of W. D. Boyd, died 3/27/1883. Herald 4/5/1883, page 3

Boyd, James L. lost his arm on 10/27/1890 with an accident at the cotton gin. So great was the injury that amputation was necessary and Drs. McElroy and Stribbling took it off above the elbow. Newberry Observer 10/30/1890; Major James L. Boyd was suing the RR for $5000 for injuries received with a too-sudden stop. Page 1, Newberry Observer 2/28/1902; James L. Boyd was awarded $2189 in his suit against the RR. Page 1, Newberry Observer 7/29/1902

Boyd, James Rev. professor of the Theological Seminary at Due West SC visited friends in Newberry, Herald 1/6/1886, page 3

Boyd, James W. Honorable, gave the address at the graduation exercises at Northwestern Medical College at St. Joseph MO. Newberry Observer 4/2/1891

Boyd, James, male, black, died 10/9/1911 of pneumonia. The deceased was 4 years, 1 month old, born in Newberry Co., SC and lived in Newberry City for 4 years, 1 month. Reported by C. E. Stephenson MD (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boyd, Jane, female, black, died 9/5/1901 of internal hemorrhage. She was 60 years old, born in SC and lived in Newberry, SC. for 20 years. Reported by Dr. W. G. Houseal. Burial was at St. Matthews. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boyd, Janie Miss of Strathan GA. was the sister of Mrs. J. O. Rivers. Newberry Observer, 10/12/1893

Boyd, Joan, see Joan Boyd STOKES, Newberry Observer 10/21/1998

Boyd, John A. Dr. 45 years old, owner of a drug store in Augusta, brother of Miss Mary Boyd, committed suicide with a razor 8/21/1899. Newberry Observer 8/31/1899

Boyd, John Wesley, male, black, delivered by Aurelia Stangard, midwife, on 12/27/1918. Parents are Jesse Boyd, farmer, born in Newberry SC, and Elvira Rutherford Boyd, born in Newberry SC, living in Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boyd, Joseph E. was a new recruit for the Spanish American War. He was taken first to Abbeville to take a physical exam and then forwarded to Camp Chickamauga for training. Newberry Observer 7/6/1898

Boyd, Larry, 50 years old, of Prosperity, died 8/27/2000. Born in Newberry County he was a son of Robert and Malinda Williams Boyd. Burial was in Hannah AME Church Cemetery. F. B. Pratt & Son Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 8/28/2000 & Newberry Observer 8/30/2000

Boyd, Lewis colored, lost his cotton house to fire 10/26/1890. He had 20 bales of cotton in it and only 8 were saved. Newberry Observer 11/6/1890

Boyd, Lily Miss was teaching in Vaughnville. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/14/1904

Boyd, Lucy Mrs., was the daughter of Sarah S. Watts and William D. Watts. Newberry Observer 2/4/1892

Boyd, Luis was a witness at the Coroner’s Inquisition to the murder of Warren Williams at Cromer’s Corner on Election Day. A record of the inquisition was kept at the SC State Archives and was printed in the Old Newberry Chapter Quarterly, Summer 2001 edition.

Boyd, M. F., daughter of Rev. J. C. Boyd of Newberry married to Perry Cook on 12/2/1879 by Rev. W.L. Pressley assisted by E. P. McClintock. Newberry Herald 12/19/1879

Boyd, M. P. Dr. of Atlanta visited his brother Treasurer C. F. Boyd. Newberry Observer, 11/29/1893

Boyd, M. Pitts, brother to C. F. Boyd, was seriously ill. Newberry Observer 9/6/1900

Boyd, Mabel, 1 year, 3 months old, daughter of C. E. Boyd died 6/2/1899. Newberry Observer 6/8/1899; Mabel Boyd, female, white, died 6/2/1899 of dysentery. She was 1 year old, born in SC and lived in Newberry City. Reported by Dr. P. G. Ellisor. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boyd, male, white, delivered by Dr. W. G. Houseal, on 8/1/1905. Parents are D. A. Boyd, born in Union SC., bookkeeper and Mrs. Alma Boyd, of Newberry City, SC (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boyd, Mark M. Tax Collector advertised his route to be taken with a timetable for the collection of taxes during the period of February 16 to April 5 throughout the entire District, Conservatist 2/16/1858; M. M. Boyd was listed as the Tax Collector for the District, Conservatist 3/?/1858

Boyd, Mark Rev. his nephew was Isaac S. Boyd of Atlanta GA, Herald 3/8/1883, page 3; during his last sickness Edgefield friends worked out his entire crop for him. His three sons were ministers, J. M., George and Pettus, Herald 8/16/1883, page 3; He was in Laurens under the care of his son Rev. George Boyd, Herald 9/6/1883, page 3; He was recovering from bilious fever and was the guest of Captain J. P. Mickler of Keowee. He was over 75 years of age and the father of three Methodist Ministers, one of them being the presiding Elder of the Marion District. Newberry Herald 9/13/1883; He preached to a large congregation at Tranquil Church, Herald 7/17/1884, page 3; He visited his daughter Mrs. Morgan of Edgefield who was cured by a faith healer. Herald 8/20/1885, page 3; He was now over 80 years old, and feeble. He was sojourning with his daughter Miss Mattie and his grand daughter Miss Mannie, going to Johnston SC. Newberry Observer 3/7/1889; He has just returned from the trip and appears well rested. Newberry Observer 5/23/1889; Rev. M. M. Boyd, was ill with heart trouble and staying at the home of Thomas V. Wicker in Newberry. Newberry Observer 3/20/1890; Rev. M.M. Boyd was a candidate for Tax Collector 3/15/1854. Newberry Observer 10/1/1891; He was living in the Utopia section of the county and was visited by his sons Rev. J. M. Boyd and Rev. D. P. Boyd, Newberry Observer 2/2/1893, page 3; Rev. Mark Boyd, now 93 years old settled his estate and divided all between his heirs just as if he were already dead, leaving out $300 to live on and to pay for burial when needed. Newberry Observer 1/27/1897; "Uncle" Mark Boyd was 89 years old. He was in Newberry on his way to visit family in Union and Spartanburg. Newberry Observer, 3/21/1894; Uncle Mark Boyd was feeble. He was 92 years old. Newberry Observer 6/2/1897; He attended Holiness meeting in Leesville. Newberry Observer 10/6/1897; He was in Johnston SC visiting his daughter Mrs. J. G. Morgan. Newberry Observer 11/3/1897; Uncle Mark Boyd reached his 92nd birthday on 2/4/1898. Newberry Observer 2/16/1898; Rev. M. M. Boyd, will be 93 years old, on 2/4/1899. He has not preached in two years. He was a minister in the Methodist Church. Newberry Observer 1/26/1899; Rev. M. M. Boyd will be 94 years old, on 2/4/1900. He had started a trip to Johnston to visit family but became tired and stopped over at Frank M. Schumpert’s place in Township No. 8. Newberry Observer 2/1/1900; He suffered a stroke of paralysis at the home of his daughter Mrs. Morgan at Johnston. Newberry Observer 3/22/1900; Rev. M. M. Boyd died. Newberry Observer 3/29/1900

Boyd, Marvin M. of Union will marry Miss Florence Mulligan, daughter of Captain and Mrs. A. B. Mulligan on 4/17/1901 at the residence of the bride’s parents on Church Street in Spartanburg. Newberry Observer 4/11/1901

Boyd, Mary J. Miss was elected as a delegate for the Young People’s Presbyterian Convention to be held in Troy SC 8/8 and 8/9. Newberry Observer 7/13/1893, page 3

Boyd, Mary Miss of Newberry was visited by her friend Miss Ellen Edwards of Due West who taught at Hopewell School, Observer 5/21/1891, page 3; visited by Miss Essie Boyd of Prosperity, Newberry Observer 7/13/1893, page 3

Boyd, Mary Miss was a delegate at the Young People’s Presbyterian Convention in Troy, Abbeville County SC, Newberry Observer 8/10/1893, page 3;

Boyd, Mary, daughter of Newberry County Treasurer C. F. Boyd married Henry Parr a farmer of Fairfield Co., on 2/13/1895 by Rev. E. P. McClintock. Newberry Observer, 2/20/1895

Boyd, Mary, female, black, died 10/4/1917 of rheumatic fever. The deceased was 73 years old, born in Newberry, SC., lived in Newberry City. Reported by J. L. Duckett MD Burial was in Werts Cemetery. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boyd, Mary, see Mary Boyd DAVENPORT, Newberry Observer, Newberry Observer 4/10/2000

Boyd, Mattie ‘Cousin’ of Edgefield, daughter of Rev. Mark Boyd was closing up her 23rd class at Zoar in Edgefield. Herald 9/6/1883, page 3; re-located in Leesville. Herald 2/14/1884, page 3; she reported her large vocal class in Clinton, Herald 7/10/1884, page 3; Cousin Mattie Boyd was in Newberry visiting friends, Herald, 5/8/1884, page 3; Miss Mattie Boyd fell from her chair when friends were lifting her into her buggy. Nothing was broken and she was recovering at the home of Jeff Waldrop. Newberry Observer, 10/27/1892; she had nearly recovered from her injuries, Newberry Observer 2/23/1893, page 3; Mattie Boyd moved from Newberry to Saluda. Newberry Observer, 3/10/1897; Miss Mattie Boyd died at Emory Chapel. Newberry Observer 3/23/1898; Miss Mattie Boyd died 3/28/1898 at the home of her sister Mrs. J. A. Riser at Mt. Willing. Burial was at Emory. She was 55 years old, a native of Newberry. Newberry Observer 3/30/1898

Boyd, Meridith of Columbia was the son of Charles Boyd of Columbia and grandson to Col. J. R. Leavell of Newberry. Newberry Observer 11/13/1895

Boyd, Mollie Miss and her nephew Fred Barrett are visiting relatives in Augusta GA. Newberry Observer 10/26/1899

Boyd, Mordecai J., of Newberry was deceased. He was survived by a wife and one child. His son Fletcher M. Boyd was the new superintendent of the public water works and electric lights. Details on Page 3, Newberry Observer 1/24/1901; His youngest daughter, Miss Myrtle Boyd, married George B. Reynolds on 1/8/1902 at the home of the bride’s aunt Mrs. J. G/ Morgan of Johnston SC. by Rev. W. S. Martin They will live in Cavis SC. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/10/1902

Boyd, Mr. a student at Due West male college from Newberry College lost the use of his limbs after he was afflicted with meningitis. He got around in a goat pulled cart and hoped one day to be a minister. Herald 10/23/1884, page 3

Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. were married – the article was not complete but it stated the bridal company visited the groom’s parents at Fountain Inn before settling in Union. A list of guests was given on Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/29/1904

Boyd, Mrs., female, white, died 2/19/1909 of Endo carditis. The deceased was 71 years old, born in Lexington Co., SC, resided in Newberry City. Dr. P. G. Ellesor MD (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boyd, Myrtle Miss, the youngest daughter of the late Mordecai Boyd, married George B. Reynolds on 1/8/1902 at the home of the bride’s aunt Mrs. J. G/ Morgan of Johnston SC. by Rev. W. S. Martin They will live in Cavis SC. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/10/1902

Boyd, Nathan Rev. died at his residence in Newberry District on the 13th ult. At the age 36 years, 2 months and 23 days. Charleston June 26, 1826

Boyd, Nathan Rev. helped found New Hope Methodist Church in 1795. Newberry Observer, 12/6/1893

Boyd, Nellie Miss returned to Columbia College this week. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/26/1905

Boyd, O. F., treasurer of Newberry, was summoned to appear before the US Circuit Court in Charleston to show cause why he should not be attached for contempt of Court in levying upon the H & D RR while it was in the hands of that court. Newberry Observer, 2/16/1893

Boyd, Peggy colored, 96 years old, died on Col. W. Y. Fair’s place on 9/28/1903. She was an old family servant, having been given while a slave to Col. Sim Fair by his father. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/29/1903

Boyd, Pettus Rev. preached in Newberry on his way to visit his father Rev. Mark Boyd, Herald 2/7/1884, page 3; He was the brother of Rev. J. Marion Boyd, Herald 11/13/1884, page 3

BOYD, PLUSS & Co. of Laurens suffered losses in a fire, Herald 2/12/1885, page 2

Boyd, Reuben colored, alias Henry Jones was arrested and jailed for barn burning. Newberry Observer 3/9/1899

Boyd, Robert P. married to Ella Davis, both of Rock Hill, SC. on 10/28/1890 by rev. R. A. Child. Newberry Observer 10/30/1890

Boyd, Sally, (parents names placed in section for child’s name), (sex not given), black, stillborn, delivered by Clara Boyd on 3/7/1908. Parent was Sally Boyd, laborer, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Boyd, Spence, COURT OF SESSION Burglary and larceny, not guilty. Newberry Observer 3/30/1895

Boyd, Susan Mrs. was advertised having a letter for pick up at the Post Office, Herald 8/7/1884, page 3

Boyd, Tammi Terrell, 1969 – 1997, memoriam and picture, Page 3, issue 3/16/1998

Boyd, W. A. moved from Sallie Young place to the Boyd Place, both in Laurens County. Newberry Herald 1/16/1878

Boyd, W. D. his son Jackson died on 3/27/1883, Herald 4/5/1883, page 3; He lost his gin house, 4 bales of cotton and a lot of cottonseed to a fire on 5/5/1894 during a thunderstorm. Newberry Observer, 5/9/1894

Boyd, W. D. Mrs. of the Hopewell section was the mother of Butler H. Boyd of Spring Ridge. Page 5, Newberry Observer 5/2/1905

Boyd, W. M. J. Private was a member of Co. ‘F’ Holcombe’s Brigade. He was killed at the Battle of Fredericksburg on 12/13/1862. Page 1, Newberry Observer 3/21/1905

Boyd, W. W. entered his first year at SC Medical School in Charleston. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/29/1905

Boyd, William 50 years old, of Laurens, was killed 1/22/1894 by Matthew Cunningham, 60 years old, of Laurens, with a blow to the head with the handle of a hoe. Newberry Observer, 1/24/1894

Boyden, John colored of Spartanburg was elected as an Intendant of the town, Herald 10/18/1883, page 2

Boyden, Martha Jane married Alfred Summer in Newberry in 1844. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/27/1905 (The page was labeled as Page 4 but it was really Page 8)

Boykin, Marie Miss married Joseph Maner Lawton on 11/19/1904 in Edgefield. Thyra Schumpert and Bessie Gilder were bridesmaids. Page 8, Newberry Observer 11/22/1904

Boyle, Esmeralda Miss of Kearney Nebraska gave the Herald news staff some late Western newspapers, Herald 10/23/1884, page 3

Boyter, Lulu Belle Whitmire, 74 years old, widow of Bobby T. Boyter, died 1/4/2000 at Providence Hospital in Columbia. Born in Whitmire, she was a daughter of Wilford Wallace and Orpha Frazier Whitmire. Burial was in Whitmire Cemetery. Newberry Observer 1/7/2000

Boyter, Mary G., 67 years old, died 7/28/1999 at the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta. Born in Union County, she was a daughter of the late George and Maggie Greene Thrift. Newberry Observer 7/30/1999

Bozeman, Mamie of Chappells was a guest of Miss Louella Strother of Johnston SC. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/20/1903

Bozeman, Mr. of Chappells received a broken right arm and broken left leg in a cyclone at Chappells, Herald 2/21/1884, page 3

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