1878 & 1905 Observer
Including 1998-2000
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Newberry County, South Carolina Genealogy Trails

Seabrook, Charles R. went to Annapolis MD to take entrance exams to the Naval Academy. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/3/1904

Seabrook, Charley was the son of Rev. W. L. Seabrook and brother to William Seabrook. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/29/1902; Charley Seabrook leaves today for Norfolk VA to work in a firm of architects and draftsmen. Page 8, Newberry Observer 11/14/1905

Seabrook, W. B. a member of the Newberry College graduating class of 1904 will deliver a speech at graduation on the subject ‘The Advance of Russia’. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/19/1904; W. B. Seabrook gave the oratory ‘The Advance of Russia’ at his 1904 graduation. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/7/1904; He graduated from Newberry College with a B. of Philosophy degree. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/10/1904; Willie Seabrook was the editor of the Evening Telegram of Newberry. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/17/1904; W. B. Seabrook was a stenographer for Johnstone & Cromer, Attorneys, and was studying Law in their office. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/20/1905; W. B. Seabrook went to Columbia and saw the play ‘The Clansman’ and was pleased with the performance. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/17/1905; W. B. Seabrook was court stenographer in Spartanburg and Gaffney. Page 8, Newberry Observer 11/14/1905

Seabrook, W. L. Mrs. was the sister of Mrs. Sylvanus Stall of Philadelphia. Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/24/1903; he visited her father in Gettysburg Pa. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/5/1904; Mrs. W. L. Seabrook went to Columbia and saw the play ‘The Clansman’ and was pleased with the performance. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/17/1905

Seabrook, W. L. Rev. was the new Pastor of the Redeemer Lutheran Church in Newberry. Newberry Observer 11/7/1901; W. L. Seabrook, formerly a member of the fire department years ago, lived at the Newberry Hotel. He was on hand when the building of the Newberry Herald and News caught fire and was very helpful in putting out the fire, which was between the ceiling and the tin roof. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/21/1902; Rev. W. L. Seabrook and sons will vacation at Pawleys Island SC. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/29/1902; He was sick with LaGrippe. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/19/1904; Rev. W. L. Seabrook was called to Westminster MD several days ago due to the extreme illness of his father. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/21/1905; W. L. Seabrook will go to Augusta GA after the Christmas holidays to accept a position with C. E. Bell, commercial agent for the Southern RR with headquarters in Augusta; Will Seabrook attended the Opera in Columbia on 1/9/1905. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/10/1905

Seabrook, William was the son of Rev. W. L. Seabrook and brother to Charley Seabrook. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/29/1902

Seagrove, Essie Ozella, female, white, delivered by P. G. Ellisor MD. on 10/26/1918. Parents are C. A. Seagrove, carpenter, born in New Hill, NC, and Iola Hope Seagrove, born in New Hill, NC, living in Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Seal, Thelma see Thelma Seal PARKER, Newberry Observer 5/25/1998

Seames, James colored, hanged in Montgomery Ala., for the murder of Deputy Sheriff Autrey about 6 months ago. Newberry Observer 1/31/1889

Seas, Thomas L. of Prosperity was home from State University. Newberry Observer 7/4/1889

Sease & Co. lost 2-3 barrels of whiskey and their safe in a fire; had $2700 in insurance, Herald 1/18/1883, page 3

Sease, A. M. lived in Peak. Newberry Observer 6/22/1899; A, M. Sease of Co. ‘H’ 13th Regt. was scheduled to receive the Southern Cross of Honor at the Memorial Day exercises on 5/10/1904. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/10/1904

Sease, A. N. of Co. ‘C’ 3rd Regt. was scheduled to receive the Southern Cross of Honor at the Memorial Day exercises on 5/10/1904. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/10/1904; He was absent from the ceremony. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/13/1904; A. N. Sease 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

Sease, Alma N. married John Nance, both of Newberry on 8/26/1890 at the Lutheran Parsonage in Prosperity by Rev. T. O. Keister. Newberry Observer 9/4/1890

Sease, Burton R., 82 years old, died 12/24/1998 at Newberry County Memorial Hospital. Born in Newberry County he was a son of D. Bennie and Rosa Regin Sease. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. Whitaker Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 12/28/1998

Sease, Carrie Miss sang at commencement exercises for the 5th class of Prosperity High School, Herald 6/14/1883, page 3; She played the organ at the exhibition and picnic held at Tabor Church School, Herald 9/13/1883, page 3

Sease, Cleo married Frank E. Shealy on 9/10/1905 at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Sease, officiated by Rev. J. A. Sligh. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/12/1905

Sease, Cleo was on the honor roll at Excelsior school. Newberry Observer 3/2/1899

Sease, Col. L. and wife have left Newberry to live in Spartanburg. Newberry Observer 11/3/1897

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

Sease, D. Quinby, 75 years old, died 8/28/1999 at Providence Hospital. Born in Newberry, Mr. Sease was a son of the late William Quinby and Helen Stone Sease. Newberry Observer 8/30/1999

Sease, D. T. passed the examination and received a teacher’s certificate. Newberry Observer, 5/30/1894

Sease, Daniel of Township No. 5 was granted a pension for 1899 by the County Pension Board. Page 1, Newberry Observer 4/20/1899

Sease, Dr. had a sick son. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/18/1903

Sease, E. L. received $14.02 for lumber during the Quarterly ending 6/30/1899 and published according to the Act of the Legislature of 1897, page 2, Newberry Observer 7/13/1899

Sease, Ed was the son of Mrs. J. Leonard Sease who died 8/9/1905. He was the brother of John Sease, Thomas S. Sease, Solicitor of the 7th District of Spartanburg, Mrs. R. I. Stoudemayer, Mrs. John N. Feagle of Little Mountain, Mrs. Will Mayer of Little Mountain, Mrs. Ben Halfacre of St. Phillip’s, Mrs. Will Julian of Florida, Mrs. Jack Nance of Orlando Florida, Mrs. C. T. Wyche of Prosperity, and Mrs. J. A. Dominick of Kinards. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/11/1905

Sease, Edna was on the honor roll at Excelsior school. Newberry Observer 3/2/1899; Miss Edna Sease, daughter of John I. Sease of No. 10 Township married Jacob I. Hawkins of St. Luke’s on 3/24/1901 by Rev. W. H. Hiller. Newberry Observer 3/28/1901

Sease, Elizabeth, 84 years old, died 7/20/1999 at J.F. Hawkins Nursing Home. Miss Sease was born in Newberry County, a daughter of the late D. Bennie and Rosealie Reagin Sease. Newberry Observer 7/21/1999

Sease, Ella Miss was a graduate of Due West college and a school teacher at Mt. Tabor school, Herald 1/6/1886, page 2, daughter of J. L. Sease of Newberry married J. W. Mayer of Lexington County on 4/28/1889 by Rev. J. A. Sligh. Newberry Herald 5/2/1889

Sease, Eugene resigned as editor of the Saluda Sentinel. Newberry Observer 1/12/1898

Sease, Eunice received Honors at Art from Staunton Female Seminary. Newberry Observer 6/11/1891; Eunice Sease, will marry Jacob Dominick at the ARP Church in Prosperity on 11/17/1891. Newberry Observer 11/12/1891; Details of the wedding page 3, column 5, Newberry Observer 11/21/1891

Sease, female, white, (twin) delivered by Dr. J. M. Kibler on 6/1/1899. Parents are George Sease, operative, and Sallie Sease of Newberry City, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Sease, female, white, (twin) delivered by Dr. J. M. Kibler on 6/1/1899. Parents are George Sease, operative, and Sallie Sease of Newberry City, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Sease, G. L. & Co. partnership made assignment of their effects for the benefit of their creditors with Uriah B. Whites as assignee, Herald 2/12/1885, page 2

Sease, G. L. gave some of the best of honey to the news staff, Herald 9/11/1884, page 3; in 1900 he was alive, a Confederate Veteran of Co. ‘C’ 3rd SC Regt. Newberry Observer 6/14/1900

Sease, George (infant of), female, white, died 11/10/1902 of chronic dysentery. . She was 5 months, 10 days old, born in Newberry Co., SC and lived in Newberry, SC. for 2 months. Reported by Dr. J. M. Kibler. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Sease, George E., mill operative, living at Ward #5 in Newberry, and wife Sallie Sease have a white male child born 12/3/1896, delivered by Dr. J. M. Kibler. Return of Births in the City of Newberry SC. 8/19/1885 to 12/15/1918 kept in the Newberry Co. Library.

Sease, George had a very sick child. Newberry Observer 8/28/1895; His infant was very sick. Newberry Observer 9/11/1895

Sease, H. D. a member of the Newberry College Graduating Class 1893 gave an oration on "Culture Its Own End" at Commencement, Newberry Observer 6/15/1893, page 3;

Sease, H. D. of Conover, NC visited his father, Daniel Sease. He was a graduate of Newberry College and had recently received a diploma for the scientific course in South Carolina College. Newberry Observer 1/5/1899; H. D. Sease graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Newberry College. Newberry Observer, 4/20/1893; The subject of his oration at commencement was "Culture, Its Own End". Newberry Observer, 6/15/1893; H. D. Sease, who was teaching in TX. had arrived in Newberry. Newberry Observer, 6/13/1894

Sease, Hamp had his arm broken on 10/6/1905. His mules ran away with his wagon and he was thrown out. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/10/1905

Sease, Heyward C. Jr., 86 years old, husband of Kathy Wise Sease, died 6/6/1999 at his residence. Born in Prosperity, he was a son of the late Heyward Cory Sease Sr. and Shirley Brown Sease. Burial was in Newberry Memorial Gardens. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 6/7/1999

Sease, I. C. of Prosperity SC received a BA degree at graduation from Newberry College, Class of 1903. His graduating speech was ‘The Man of Tomorrow.’ Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/21/1903

Sease, Ivan was on the honor roll at Excelsior school. Newberry Observer 1/26/1899; Ivan Sease had connected his house to the home of Arthur Counts with telegraph wire. Newberry Observer 7/27/1899; Ivan Sease was a student at Newberry College. Newberry Observer 11/22/1900; Ivan Sease was called home from Newberry College on account of a sickness of his mother. Newberry Observer 2/7/1901; Ivan Sease, a graduate of Newberry College, teaches in the lower end of the county. Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/22/1904; Ivan C. Sease will work at the Prosperity Drug Store this summer with Dr. C. T. Wyche. Page 5, Newberry Observer 5/13/1904; Ivan C. Sease will take a course in Pharmacy in Atlanta this semester. Page 5, Newberry Observer 9/23/1904; Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/27/1904; Ivan C. Sease was working at a drug store in Columbia. Page 5, Newberry Observer 4/21/1905

Sease, J. A. was appointed as a manager of elections at Township No. 2, Mulberry section. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/28/1904

Sease, J. I. was confined with sickness. Page 5, Newberry Observer 3/24/1905

Sease, J. L. of Mt. Tabor section suffered with rheumatism, Herald 1/6/1886, page 2; J. Leonard Sease bought at MASTER SALE 340 acres of land on Bush River for $1575. Newberry Observer 12/12/1891; J. L. Sease visited his daughter Mrs. J. W. Nance last week. Newberry Observer 4/22/1896; J. L. Sease of Prosperity was the parent to T. S. Sease of Spartanburg. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/14/1904

Sease, J. Leonard Mrs. died at her home near Little Mountain on 8/9/1905. Burial was in the family burial ground near the home. She was survived by a husband and several grown children: John Sease, James Sease, Thomas S. Sease, Solicitor of the 7th District of Spartanburg, Ed Sease, Mrs. R. I. Stoudemayer, Mrs. John N. Feagle of Little Mountain, Mrs. Will Mayer of Little Mountain, Mrs. Ben Halfacre of St. Phillip’s, Mrs. Will Julian of Florida, Mrs. Jack Nance of Orlando Florida, Mrs. C. T. Wyche of Prosperity, and Mrs. J. A. Dominick of Kinards. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/11/1905

Sease, J. M. Dr., will practice Medicine in Little Mountain where he had just moved from Etheridge. Newberry Observer, 8/13/1891; J. M. Sease 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

Sease, J. N. was appointed as a Director of the Little Mountain Oil Mill. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/27/1904

Sease, James A. married Miss Minnie Long at the home of bride’s father, Luther M. Long, on 2/11/1903 by Rev. J. J. Long. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/13/1903

Sease, James Mrs. died at her home on 12/31/1903 after two weeks of pneumonia. Burial was at St. Paul’s Cemetery on 1/1/1904. She was survived by a husband and several children. Page 5, Newberry Observer 1/5/1904

Sease, James of Excelsior was remodeling his dwelling house. Page 5, Newberry Observer 11/25/1904; James Sease was the son of Mrs. J. Leonard Sease who died 8/9/1905. He was the brother of John Sease, Thomas S. Sease, Solicitor of the 7th District of Spartanburg, Ed Sease, Mrs. R. I. Stoudemayer, Mrs. John N. Feagle of Little Mountain, Mrs. Will Mayer of Little Mountain, Mrs. Ben Halfacre of St. Phillip’s, Mrs. Will Julian of Florida, Mrs. Jack Nance of Orlando Florida, Mrs. C. T. Wyche of Prosperity, and Mrs. J. A. Dominick of Kinards. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/11/1905; James Sease married Miss Dessie Epting on 12/3/1905 at St. Paul’s Parsonage, officiated by Rev. J. A. Sligh. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/5/1905; Page 1, Newberry Observer 12/8/1905

Sease, John M. taught Locust Grove School, located 6 miles below Prosperity. He was a recent graduate of Newberry College. Closing exercised were 5/17/1884 with Miss Carrie Sease providing the music, Herald 5/29/1884, page 2; He will attend medical lectures in Charleston, Herald 9/25/1884 page 3

Sease, John Mrs. was confined with sickness. Newberry Observer 4/26/1900

Sease, John was the son of Mrs. J. Leonard Sease who died 8/9/1905. He was the brother of James Sease, Thomas S. Sease, Solicitor of the 7th District of Spartanburg, Ed Sease, Mrs. R. I. Stoudemayer, Mrs. John N. Feagle of Little Mountain, Mrs. Will Mayer of Little Mountain, Mrs. Ben Halfacre of St. Phillip’s, Mrs. Will Julian of Florida, Mrs. Jack Nance of Orlando Florida, Mrs. C. T. Wyche of Prosperity, and Mrs. J. A. Dominick of Kinards. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/11/1905

Sease, L. A. Mrs. had taken a trip to the upcountry. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/19/1904

Sease, L. A. president of the Prosperity Oil Mill had his office in the building, which was formerly Dr. Wyche’s drug store. Page 5, Newberry Observer 4/24/1903; L. A. Sease resigned as President of the Prosperity Oil Mill and will be Principal of the Saluda School. Page 1, Newberry Observer 6/23/1905

Sease, L. H. of Kalula set fire to his seed cotton by accident. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/18/1904

Sease, Leila I. Miss married A. P. Ruff on 1/29/1905, officiated at the Parsons home by Rev. S. Y. Halman DD. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/3/1905

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

Sease, Luke, married _______ Fulmer; his mother-in-law died, Newberry Herald 5/31/1883

Sease, male, white, delivered by Dr. E. G. Ellesor, at Newberry City, on 3/19/1904. Parents are Jake Sease, farmer and Ora Sease of Newberry City, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Sease, male, white, delivered by Dr. P. G. Ellesor, at Newberry City, on 12/22/1902. Parents are Jake Sease, farmer and Mrs. Jake Sease of Newberry City, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

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

Sease, Mary (e), female, white, died 6/11/1899 of convulsions. She was 8 days old, born in SC and lived in Newberry City. 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)

Sease, Mattie Miss married N. Arthur Nichols at the home of the bride’s father John Sease on 11/14/1901 by Rev. H. J. Matthias. Newberry Observer 11/26/1901

Sease, Mildred see Mrs. Mildred Sease ABRAMS, Newberry Observer 6/28/2000

Sease, Mr. and Mrs. of West End, their infant child died 11/3/1902. Page 8, Newberry Observer 11/4/1902

Sease, Pauline Price, 81 years old, wife since 7/16/1938, of Jacob Karl Sease, died 7/18/2000 in the National Health Care Center in Clinton. Born in Saluda County she was a daughter of James Ambrose and Emma Lee Bundrick Price. Burial was in Pinelawn Memorial Gardens. Gray Funeral Home in Clinton. Newberry Observer 7/19/2000

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

Sease, Rosa Belle was on the honor roll at Excelsior school. Newberry Observer 1/26/1899

Sease, Rosabelle Miss, daughter of James Sease, married E. B. Sheeley on 7/16/1905, officiated by Rev. J. A. Sligh. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/21/1905

Sease, Solicitor, lost a gold medal, which he won as a debater in SC College 1892. Newberry Observer 10/31/1901

Sease, T. S. represented the Johnstone Academy Club of Township No. 1 at the Democratic executive meeting in preparation for the primary election, Newberry Observer 6/15/1893, page 3;

Sease, Thomas H. had graduated from Law School and passed the Bar exam. Newberry Observer 5/26/1892; He was staying at the office of Johnstone & Cromer. Newberry Observer 6/16/1892

Sease, Thomas S. had graduated from State University. Newberry Observer 6/26/1890; Thomas S. Sease, was attending Law Department at SC College. Newberry Observer 10/8/1891; Thomas S. Sease Esq. of Newberry married Lula J. Caughman of Edgefield County on 7/18/1893 at St. Mark’s Church by Rev. O. B. Shearouse. Newberry Observer, 4/27/1893, page 3; Thomas S. Sease, Esq. was appointed as MASTER of Newberry. He will replace Silas Johnstone. Newberry Observer, 1/9/1895; He married a daughter of John C. Caughman. Newberry Observer, 1/23/1895; He was sick with fever. Newberry Observer 9/25/1895; Thomas S. Sease, will portray ‘The Cardinal’ 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; Thomas S. Sease, the County auditor, had mailed his yearly report to the Attorney General. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/12/1902; Thomas S. Sease won the Democratic Primary held 8/30/1904 for Solicitor. Page 1, Newberry Observer 9/2/1904; Thomas S. Sease dissolved partnership with Fred H. Dominick. Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/14/1905; T. S. Sease of Spartanburg was the brother to Mrs. C. T. Wyche of Prosperity. Page 1, Newberry Observer 6/9/1905; Thomas S. Sease, Solicitor of the 7th District of Spartanburg, was the son of Mrs. J. Leonard Sease who died 8/9/1905. He was the brother of John Sease, John Sease, Ed Sease, Mrs. R. I. Stoudemayer, Mrs. John N. Feagle of Little Mountain, Mrs. Will Mayer of Little Mountain, Mrs. Ben Halfacre of St. Phillip’s, Mrs. Will Julian of Florida, Mrs. Jack Nance of Orlando Florida, Mrs. C. T. Wyche of Prosperity, and Mrs. J. A. Dominick of Kinards. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/11/1905

Sease, Thomas S. Mrs. of Spartanburg was the sister to Mrs. C. T. Wyche of Prosperity. Newberry Observer 1/4/1900

Sease, Virgil son of Dr. J. M. Sease of Little Mountain was still confined to bed but was improving. Page 5, Newberry Observer 12/30/1904

Sease, Willard D. Mrs., 72 years old, of Newberry, widow of D. Quinby Sease, died 11/20/2000 at her home. Born in Silverstreet she was a daughter of William Leo and Lola Hendrix Davenport. Burial was in St. Philip’s Lutheran Church Cemetery. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 11/24/2000

Seat, Charley was advertised having a letter for pick-up at the post office, Herald 3/13/1884, page 3

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

Seay, Mr. a member of the ’95 graduating Class of Newberry College was not required to present his essay speech at commencement, Press & Reporter 6/26/1895, page 2

Seay, O. D. was a graduate of Newberry College for 1895. Newberry Observer 5/8/1895; Oscar D. Seay of Lexington who graduated from Newberry College in June married Nettie Dent of Columbia last week. Newberry Observer 10/2/1895

SECESSION SIGNERS – only seven are alive, Page 2, Newberry Observer 10/21/1902

Seckinger, Sina Lee, 85 years old, died 7/19/1998 at National Health Care in Clinton. Born in New Albany, Indiana, she was a daughter of J. Fred and Sina Lee Harris Gray. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. Whitaker Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 7/20/1998

SECURITY LOAN AND INVESTMENT COMPANY of Newberry was formed, Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/10/1905; Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/14/1905

Seegars, Elizabeth Miss 25 years old patient at the Insane Asylum from Lancaster County leaped 2 stories to the ground 25 feet below on 9/28/1883 and sustained injuries, Herald 10/4/1883, page 2

Seegers, John C. Rev., a graduate of Newberry College was assigned to a parish in Albany NY. Newberry Observer, 3/13/1895

Seegers, John C. was going to build a large brick block on Main Street with 175 feet in front and 100 feet in depth. Newberry Observer 4/11/1889; He was very ill. Newberry Observer 8/29/1889

Seegers, John C., Jr. was in Philadelphia where he was taking courses. Newberry Observer 11/21/1889

Seibert, Robert’s gin house in Laurens County was a victim of arson, Herald 9/13/1883, page 2

Seig, Samuel married Miss Amanda Eliz. Epting. at the house of her father Capt. Epting at 7 o’clk in the evening on Feb. 14, 1865. No one present but the family. Fee $100. Information from the journal of Rev. Smeltzer.

Seigler, Betty Ann see Betty Ann Seigler BOUKNIGHT, Newberry Observer 10/5/1998

Seigler, J. M. sold his house and three acres in Helena to Arthur Kibler for $750. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/31/1905

Seigler, Mr. married Miss Marion McNeill, 17-year-old daughter of W. D. McNeill married Mr. Seigler on a train. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/17/1902

Selby, Addie of Columbia married C. C. Wilson of Chester, at the home of the bride’s parents on 12/23/1889. Newberry Observer, 1/2/1890

Sellers, Ben was involved in a bloody battle at Sellers, Marion County on 11/14/1899 along with other members of the liquor control board over an article written in the STATE see page 2 Newberry Observer 11/16/1899; versions of the shooting on page 1, Newberry Observer 11/23/1899

Sellers, Isabel see Mrs. Isabel BRUMBAUGH, Newberry Observer 10/13/2000

Sellers, John C. was involved in a bloody battle at Sellers, Marion County on 11/14/1899 along with other members of the liquor control board over an article written in the STATE see page 2 Newberry Observer 11/16/1899; Versions of the shooting on page 1, Newberry Observer 11/23/1899

Sellers, W. H. was the bootleg king of Columbia. Page 1, Newberry Observer 3/14/1905

Senn, _____, daughter of Dennis Senn married Barnett Johnson. Newberry Herald, 9/10/1879

Senn, Bettie married Levi Hendrix on 12/19/1878 by Rev. T. C. Ligon Newberry Herald 1/22/1879

Senn, C. W. was a juror in the case of the Wadlington Will dispute, Herald 11/15/1883, page 3

Senn, Carrie had an accident in a horse drawn buggy while returning from town 3/11/1879. She was traveling with her sister Ella Senn and brother-in-law, Mr. W. G. Abrams. When thrown from the buggy she fell on her head and was badly injured. She was carried to the house of James Reagin, nearby and Drs. Mayer & Mayer were summoned for treatment. Newberry Herald 3/19/1879

Senn, Charles W. promised last Fall that he would sow wheat and give to the orphans all he harvested in excess of 100 bushels. He harvested 49 bushels and divided the wheat between Epworth and Thornwell Orphanages. Newberry Observer 9/12/1901

Senn, Clyde was at picnic at Piester Mills on 5/3/1884, Herald, 5/8/1884, page 3

Senn, Corrie May Miss daughter of David Senn married W. H. Hendrix, on 8/2/1903 at the Smyrna Manse by Rev. R. C. Ligon. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/4/1903

Senn, D. C. and his wife and family returned to their home in TX after visiting in Township No. 6. Newberry Observer 1/17/1901

Senn, D. R. was paid $3.50 by the County Treasurer from the Ordinary County Fund for the Fiscal year 1887-88. Newberry Observer 2/26/1891; D. R. Senn bought a mule for $125 and the next day it reared up, fell back and hit its head on a post dying instantly. Page 3, Newberry Observer 3/18/1902

Senn, D. W. was paid $1 by the County Commissioners during the year 1885, Herald 1/13/1886, page 2

Senn, David of Spartanburg County formerly of Co. ‘B’ 3rd Regt. SCV was probably still living. Newberry Observer 8/8/1901; David R. Senn was a member of Company ‘B’ 3rd Regt. Confederate War, transferred, Page 5, Newberry Observer 11/25/1902

Senn, David R. was a juror in the case of the Wadlington Will dispute, Herald 11/15/1883, page 3

Senn, Dolly May Miss was attending Lander College. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/7/1904

Senn, Dr. lost a brick chimney due to a windstorm. Newberry Observer, 8/31/1893

Senn, Dr. lost a brick chimney in a rain and wind storm, Newberry Observer 8/31/1893, page 3

Senn, Elizabeth, white, widow, 72 years old, died at home February 1870 of heart disease. Newberry County Mortality Census for the Year ending 6/1/1870. FLOYD TOWNSHIP

Senn, Ella had an accident in a horse drawn buggy while returning from town 3/11/1879. She was traveling with her sister Carrie Senn and brother-in-law, Mr. W. G. Abrams. When the buggy approached the bridge with a runaway horse she jumped and broke her ankle. She was carried to the house of James Reagin, nearby and Drs. Mayer & Mayer were summoned for treatment. Newberry Herald 3/19/1879

Senn, Etta married Fletcher C. Graddick, on 12/6/1891 at the Lutheran Parsonage by Rev. W.C. Schaeffer. Newberry Observer 12/19/1891

Senn, Fannie M. Miss married John W. Senn of Slighs on 12/30/1903 at the home of the bride’s father, John P. Senn, near Enoree, Spartanburg County, officiated by Rev. C. B. Burns. George H. Martin and Stokes Senn attended the Senn-Senn wedding. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/5/1904

Senn, female, black, delivered by Harriet Counts, Ward 2, on 2/22/1905. Parents are William Senn, laborer and Lou Senn, of Newberry City, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Senn, female, black, delivered by P. G. Ellisor, physician, on (no date given). Parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jim Senn, of Newberry City. (record was with August 1911 reports). (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Senn, female, white, delivered by J. M. Kibler, physician, on 3/6/1910. Parents are Toy Senn, merchandise, and Mrs. Toy Senn, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Senn, Frank Morgan, 82 years old, died Tuesday at Saluda Nursing Home. Born in Newberry County, he was a son of the late Jesse Foster and Elizabeth McMillan Senn. Burial was in Newberry Memorial Gardens. Whitaker Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 12/8/1999

Senn, Fred, 19-month-old son of J. J. Senn died at the home on Factory Hill 9/4/1896. Newberry Observer 9/9/1896

Senn, G. W. was paid $2.25 by the County for indebtedness 1881, 1882, 1883, Herald 3/13/1884, page 2

Senn, George W. was a member of Co. ‘D’ 13th Regt., in the Confederate War, Page 5, Newberry Observer 11/25/1902

Senn, Grace Susan, female, white, delivered by T. W. Smith MD. on 9/26/1918. Parents are Joseph Claud Senn, merchant, born SC., and Lula Maggie Senn, born SC, living in Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Senn, Ira Miss married Jacob Hunt on 12/18/1901 by Rev. R. C. Ligon at Trinity Church. Newberry Observer 12/20/1901

Senn, J. A. was elected 2nd Lieut. of the newly formed military unit of the Newberry Cotton Mills. Newberry Observer, 4/18/1894; J. A. Senn was appointed to the County Board of Liquor Control. Newberry Observer 4/12/1900; He was elected as Secretary of the Factory Democratic Club. The meeting was held at the West End Elementary School. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/22/1904; J. A. Senn was elected to the Board of Directors of the Merchants Exchange Bank. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/27/1905

Senn, J. D. was teaching in Marlborough. Newberry Observer 9/16/1896

Senn, J. E. was paid $10.40 for hay; Supervisor’s Quarterly Report ending 3/21/1899 printed in the Newberry Observer 4/6/1899

Senn, J. Gilliam was a juror in the case of the Wadlington Will dispute, Herald 11/15/1883, page 3; J. Gillam Senn of Floyd Township will move to Clarendon County. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/7/1901; J. G. Senn rented out his plantation and was thinking of going to Sumter County. Newberry Observer 9/12/1901; J. Gilliam Senn of Summerton, Clarendon County, visited in Newberry to his old home place. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/16/1904

Senn, J. Henry resigned as Magistrate of Newberry County. Newberry Observer 3/1/1900

Senn, J. Reason of Floyd Township lost a tenant house on 10/7/1904 to fire. Fred Tribble, wife and three children were renting the place. The six-year-old child was burned badly and will probably die. The family lost all furnishings and household property. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/11/1904

Senn, J. T. avoided a robbery while leaving Newberry on his bicycle. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/13/1904; J. T. Senn and his brother killed 51 partridges on 11/24/1904. Page 8, Newberry Observer 11/29/1904; J. T. Senn was the son of Mrs. Lou A. Senn who died at her home in Floyd Township on 5/12/1905 with burial at Smyrna Church. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/16/1905

Senn, Jacob was selected for the Liquor Control Board by the Governor for Township No. 1. Newberry Observer, 5/18/1893; Jacob Senn was appointed by Governor Evans as a member of the County Board of Controllers. Newberry Observer, 2/13/1895; Jacob Senn was visited by his sons, Yancy Senn of Birmingham Alabama and William Senn of Union. Newberry Observer 8/1/1901; Jacob Senn of Township No. 1 was appointed by the Governor to be on the Board of Control for the Dispensary Business in Newberry County. Newberry Observer 5/18/1893, page 3; Jacob Senn was elected as Member of the County Executive Committee of the Factory Democratic Club. The meeting was held at the West End Elementary School. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/22/1904; Jacob Senn, male, white, died 3/30/1906 of pneumonia. He was 70 years old, born in SC., resided in Newberry City for 15 years. Dr. W. G. Houseal M. D. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Senn, James M. was a member of 4th Regt. State Troops in the Confederate War, Page 5, Newberry Observer 11/25/1902

Senn, James P. was a member of Co. ‘D’ 13th Regt., in the Confederate War, Page 5, Newberry Observer 11/25/1902

Senn, Jane Mrs. was the mother of Mrs. M. O. Lake of No. 6 Township, Newberry Co. and of Mrs. L. P. Hendrix of Greenville. Newberry Observer, 11/15/1893

Senn, Jennie G. Miss, daughter of J. Gilliam Senn of Newberry married Pinckney Teague on 12/20/1900 at the home of the bride’s father, officiated by Rev. D. P. Boyd. Newberry Observer 12/27/1900

Senn, Jerome was living in Orangeburg. Newberry Observer 8/1/1901

Senn, Jesse endorsed the use of Pelham’s Certain Chill and Ague Specific, Herald 10/23/1884, page 3; Jesse Senn of Smyrna married Mrs. M. C. Johnston of Bush River on 8/3/1891. Newberry Observer 8/6/1891; Jesse Senn of Longshore’s in Newberry County was 75 years old. Newberry Observer 10/7/1896; Jesse Senn was a member of Co. ‘C’ Reserves, in the Confederate War, Page 5, Newberry Observer 11/25/1902; Jesse Senn, 81 years old, died 3/5/1901 at his home near Smyrna Church. He made grain cradles at his farm. He was a member of Smyrna Church where he was buried. He leaves a wife by his second marriage, five sons and two daughters. Newberry Observer 3/7/1901; He was 83 years old and a consistent member of Trinity Methodist Church. Newberry Observer 3/14/1901

Senn, Joe E. went to Augusta to attend the Confederate Veterans reunion. Newberry Observer 11/15/1900; Joe E. Senn moved to Birmingham Alabama. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/21/1902

Senn, John A. was appointed as a manager of elections at Township No. 1, West End section. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/28/1904; John A. Senn bought the last of the Wardlaw lands, 58 acres for $2300. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/7/1905

Senn, John colored, was fined $10 in Magistrate Chappell’s Court for stealing food from Carrie Harris. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/29/1904

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

Senn, John of Enoree and Thomas Senn of Laurens County have been visiting their sister Mrs. M. R. Hunter. Newberry Observer 1/10/1901

Senn, John S., male, white, died 6/23/1916 of cholera infantum. The deceased was 3 years, 5 months, 29 days old, born in Newberry, SC., lived in Newberry for 3 years, 5 months, 29 days. Reported by James K. Gilder MD. Burial was in Smyrna Cemetery. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Senn, John W. of Slighs married Miss Fannie M. Senn on 12/30/1903 at the home of the bride’s father, John P. Senn, near Enoree, Spartanburg County, officiated by Rev. C. B. Burns. George H. Martin and Stokes Senn attended the Senn-Senn wedding. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/5/1904

Senn, Kemper D., son of Jesse Senn was studying at Wofford College. Newberry Observer 10/3/1889; Kemper D. Senn was attending Wofford College. Newberry Observer, 1/2/1890; Kemper D. Senn went to his senior year in Wofford College. Newberry Observer 10/9/1890; Kemper D. Senn, Professor, visited his old home in Newberry. Newberry Observer, 6/15/1893; He will be teaching at Blenheim, Marlboro Co. Newberry Observer, 8/24/1893; K. D. Senn, who teaches at Blenheim SC., was in Newberry for the summer. Newberry Observer, 6/20/1894; Kemper D. Senn married Lila Prince on 10/20/1896. Details on page 3, column 3, Newberry Observer 10/28/1896; Kemper Senn was bookkeeper for Purcell & Co. Newberry Observer 6/23/1897; K. D. Senn was attending the Teacher’s Summer School at Newberry College. Newberry Observer 8/24/1899; Kemper D. Senn had opened a drug business in Anderson. Newberry Observer 7/5/1900; Kemper D. Senn of Anderson was the brother to Dr. William D. Senn of Newberry. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/3/1905

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

Senn, L. Gilliam Mrs. was the daughter of Rev. J.L. Shuford. Newberry Observer 3/24/1892

Senn, Lewie married Miss Alma Boozer 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

Senn, Lewis Ray, 72 years old, died 1/7/2000 at Providence Hospital in Columbia. Born in Laurens, he was a son of Frank and Katie Delean Senn. Burial was in Whitmire Cemetery. Newberry Observer 1/10/2000

Senn, Lou (parent’s name placed in section for child’s name), male, black, delivered by Harriet Counts, on 8/20/1908. Parent was Lou Senn, washerwoman, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Senn, Lou A. Mrs. 64-year-old widow of G. Wash Senn died at her home in Floyd Township on 5/12/1905 with burial at Smyrna Church. She was the mother of J. T. Senn. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/16/1905

Senn, Lucie Miss, daughter of D. R. Senn, died of malarial hematuria at her home in No. 6 Township 11/8/1898. Newberry Observer 11/16/1898.

Senn, Lula married Zack Brown, both of Trinity Community, Newberry on 5/16/1889 by Rev. M. M. Brabham. Newberry Observer 5/16/1889

Senn, male, white, delivered by J. M. Kibler M. D., on 12/24/1912. Parents are J. T. Senn, merchant, and Mrs. J. T. Senn, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Senn, Martha J. of Township No. 8 was granted a pension for 1899 by the County Pension Board. Page 1, Newberry Observer 4/20/1899

Senn, Missouri married Miles P. Lake, by Rev. T. P. Ligon on 1/31/1878. Newberry Herald 2/6/1878

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

Senn, Nancy, died 3/23/1883. Herald 4/5/1883, page 3

Senn, Press, male, black, died 8/11/1918 of chronic nephritis. The deceased was 64 years old, born in Newberry Co., SC., and lived in Newberry City. Reported by R. L. Mayes, M. D. Burial was in Trinity Church Cemetery. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Senn, R. H. went to Augusta to attend the Confederate Veterans reunion. Newberry Observer 11/15/1900; R. H. Senn and his partner E. L. Rodelsperger will run the ‘Parlor Market’ on Adams Street. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/3/1905

Senn, Rufus married Miss Carrie Ivey, both of Newberry on 4/20/1902 at West End Baptist Parsonage by Rev. N. N. Burton. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/22/1902’ Rufus Senn was arrested on the charge of illegal selling of liquor. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/3/1905; His case was sent up to sessions court. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/6/1905

Senn, Ruth see Ruth Senn DICKERT, Newberry Observer 3/5/1999

Senn, S. E. received $1.78 for lumber during the Quarterly ending 6/30/1899 and published according to the Act of the Legislature of 1897, page 2, Newberry Observer 7/13/1899

Senn, Samuel L., 79, husband of Grace M. Senn, died 3/18/1998 at Newberry County Memorial Hospital. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 3/18/1998

Senn, Sue, daughter of Jesse Senn, married L. C. Johnson. She died 6/15/1902. Page 5, Newberry Observer 6/20/1902

Senn, Thomas F. was a member of Co. ‘D’ 13th Regt., in the Confederate War, Page 5, Newberry Observer 11/25/1902

Senn, Thomas of Laurens County and John Senn of Enoree have been visiting their sister Mrs. M. R. Hunter. Newberry Observer 1/10/1901

Senn, Viola Miss of Woodruff, SC visited her Aunt Mrs. M. R. Hunter. Newberry Observer 5/12/1897

Senn, W. D. was awarded 2nd honors at the Newberry College Commencement, Herald 6/28/1883, page 2; W. D. Senn was studying medicine under Dr. R. P. Clark. Herald 7/12/1883, page 3; graduated with honors from Newberry College with an average of 92.5 Herald 5/31/1883, page 3; W. D. Senn was teaching at Tabernacle near the Laurens border, Herald 4/10/1884, page 3; William D. Senn was appointed by the Governor as a member of Newberry Board of Medical Examiners. Newberry Observer 3/19/1891; Dr. William D. Senn bought 52 acres of land at a MASTER Sale for $600. Newberry Observer, 1/5/1893; He built a new residence on a hill about 200 yards from Longshore, Newberry Observer, 8/3/1893, page 3; Dr. W. D. Senn M. D. received $5.00 as a committee member in a lunacy hearing during the Quarterly ending 6/30/1899 and published according to the Act of the Legislature of 1897, page 2, Newberry Observer 7/13/1899; He received $10.00 for post mortem documentation during the Quarterly ending 6/30/1899 and published according to the Act of the Legislature of 1897, page 2, Newberry Observer 7/13/1899; Dr. W. D. Senn bought at MASTER SALE 70 acres of land for $400. Newberry Observer 12/7/1899; Dr. W. D. Senn was placing a telephone line from his house at Longshore to Newberry, which would put in touch with Jalapa, Independence and Belfast. Newberry Observer 10/31/1901; W. D. Senn of Township No. 6 was appointed a member of the committee in establishing a cottonseed oil company in Newberry. Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/22/1904; W. D. Senn was appointed as a Director of the Farmers Oil Mill of Newberry. Page 5, Newberry Observer 5/20/1904; Dr. William D. Senn, of Newberry, was a brother to Kemper D. Senn of Anderson. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/3/1905

Senn, Walter, son of J. G. Senn of Smyrna, accidentally shot himself in the chest with a parlor rifle a few days ago. Newberry Observer 8/8/1901

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

Senn, William of Union was son to Jacob Senn and brother to Yancy Senn, of Birmingham Alabama. Newberry Observer 8/1/1901

Senn, William, factory operative, living at Ward #4 in Newberry, and wife Emma Senn have a white male child born 4/27/1886, 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; William Senn lost 4 hogs to a storm with high winds. Newberry Observer 3/27/1890; William Senn, of No. 7 Township, 25 years old, died at his home on 8/16/1894. He leaves a wife and 2 children. Newberry Observer, 8/22/1894

Senn, Willie Miss 16-year-old daughter of Mrs. Mary Senn of the Smyrna area died of typhoid fever on 9/19/1884, Herald 9/25/1884 page 3

Senn, Yancy of Birmingham Alabama was son to Jacob Senn and brother to William Senn of Union. Newberry Observer 8/1/1901

Serio, Anthony R. "Tony", 54 years old, died 12/28/1998. Born in Baltimore MD. he was a son of Helen Serio Carrozza and Savia A. Serio. Burial was in Newberry Memorial Gardens. Whitaker Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 12/30/1998

Sessions, male, white, delivered by J. M. Kibler M. D., on 9/15/1914. Parents are Jaston Sessions, mill operative, and Emma Sessions, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Sessoms, Judith Hawkins, 60 years old, wife of W. Ross Sessoms, died 3/28/2000 at Palmetto Richland Memorial Hospital. Born in Newberry she was a daughter of Bernese Butler Hawkins and R. Dudley Hawkins. Burial was in Newberry Memorial Gardens. Whitaker Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 3/29/2000

Setom, Mrs. was the niece to J. C. Spence of Newberry who was 82 years old. Newberry Observer 7/26/1900

Setton, Jacob was advertised having a letter for pick up at the Post Office, Herald 5/29/1884, page 3

Setzler Bros. bought three lots in Prosperity for $115, $120, $45. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/8/1904

Setzler, Ada, daughter of J. T. Setzler married George Davis both of Factoryville on 1/26/1896 at the church on Factory Hill by Rev. George A. Wright. Newberry Observer 1/29/1896

Setzler, Annie, daughter of Dr. F. M. Setzler of Whitmire, was home from Leesville High School. Newberry Observer 6/4/1891; Miss Annie Susan Setzler will marry John Julius Hentz of Pomaria at the home of the bride’s father Dr. F. M. Setzler, Whitmire, SC on 11/6/1901. Newberry Observer 10/31/1901; An account of the wedding on page 8, Newberry Observer 11/12/1901

Setzler, B. M. of Pomaria was awarded the orator’s medal and also a medal for the best-written examination on Bible History at the commencement of NC College on 6/3/1896. Newberry Observer 6/10/1896

Setzler, Benedict Marion, a Pomaria merchant, will marry Miss Margaret Louise Ligon, daughter of Rev. R. C. Ligon of Smyrna on 9/7/1904 in the Smyrna Presbyterian Church. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/19/1904; They married 9/7/1904. All about the wedding on Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/9/1904

Setzler, Betsy Mrs. of Peak visited Professor J. S. Wheeler’s family. Newberry Observer 1/26/1899

Setzler, Blanche of Whitmire graduated from Mount Amoena Seminary in Mount Pleasant NC this session. Newberry Observer 6/7/1900; She was thrown from the buggy by a run away horse. Newberry Observer 7/19/1900

Setzler, Doris Schumpert, 71 years old, wife of George A. Setzler, died 8/2/1998 at Lexington Medical Center. Born in Prosperity, she was a daughter of Cy B. and Katie Livingston Schumpert. Burial was in St. John Lutheran Church Cemetery. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 8/3/1998

Setzler, Ed, was leaving Newberry to teach at Lindale Texas. Newberry Observer, 9/8/1892; Edwin B. Setzler, formerly of Pomaria, will return from TX. and go to Mt. Pleasant, NC. where he had accepted the chair of Ancient Languages in North Carolina College. He was an 1892 graduate of Newberry College and went to TX. last September. Newberry Observer, 4/20/1893; He will begin his duties at the Lutheran Female College at Mt. Pleasant NC. Newberry Observer, 8/31/1893; Professor E. B. Setzler will pursue postgraduate studies. Newberry Observer 10/25/1900; He will take the courses at University of VA. in Charlottesville VA. Newberry Observer 11/1/1900; E. B. Setzler of Newberry won as Orator and Debater at the Univ. of Va. See page 8, Newberry Observer 4/25/1901; Professor E. B. Setzler will marry Miss Una Lake on 2/19/1902 at the home of the bride’s mother Mrs. Emma Lake. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/7/1902; They married, officiated by Rev. W. I. Herbert and went to Charleston for their honeymoon to attend the exposition. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/21/1902; Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Setzler are the proud parents of a fine boy born 2/12/1903. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/17/1903; Professor E. B. Setzler was building a home on College Street. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/20/1903

Setzler, Ella C. Miss, daughter of Dr. F. M. Setzler, was attending Mount Amoena Seminary in Mount Pleasant NC. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/26/1902; Miss Ella Setzler graduated from Mount Amoena Seminary at Mount Pleasant NC with distinction. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/5/1903

Setzler, Ella Miss taught school at New Hope last session. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/26/1904

Setzler, Ellouise Singley, 80 years old, widow of James Sheeley Setzler, died 3/27/1999 at St. Francis Hospital in Greenville. Born in Prosperity, she was a daughter of Jacob and Essie Black Singley. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 3/29/1999

Setzler, Estelle married Ben Gilliam both of Factory Hill on 5/6/1894 at the Baptist Parsonage by Rev. George A. Wright. Newberry Observer, 5/9/1894

Setzler, F. M. was a director of the newly formed Whitmire Cotton Oil Company. Newberry Observer 6/20/1901; Dr. F. M. Setzler was a Director of the Whitmire Bank. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/14/1902; F. M. Setzler of Co. ‘D’ 13 Regt. received his Confederate Cross at the Memorial Day Services held at Newberry on 5/9/1903. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/12/1903; Dr. F. M. Setzler of Renno visited his brother, Professor E. B. Setzler. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/17/1904; Dr. F. M. Setzler 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; Dr. Francis Marion Setzler, 60 years old, a leading physician in Laurens County died 7/29/1905 in Jacks Township. He was ill since January with stomach problems. He had surgery a few months ago. His widow, nee Young, and five grown children survive him. Burial was at Duncan’s Creek Presbyterian Church Cemetery. Page 1, Newberry Observer 8/4/1905; He was born 8/23/1845 and in 1870 married Miss Mary Young, stepdaughter to Thomas Owens of Laurens County. He was a confederate veteran. He was the father of six children, one daughter dying in infancy. A widow and five children survived him. A memoriam, Page 5, Newberry Observer 9/1/1905

Setzler, Fannie Miss opened a school of 15 pupils in No. 11 township near Felix Graham’s place, Herald 2/8/1883, page 3; Miss Fannie C. Setzler of Flint Hill School in Poverty Flat Township No. 11, Herald 3/8/1883, page 2; report of her school picnic, Herald 7/12/1883, page 3; She was Vice-President of the Bethlehem Church sponsored Newberry College Memorial Endowment, Herald 8/7/1884, page 3; Fannie C., Setzler was paid $25, $25, $25, by the Ordinary County Fund for the school district No. 11, year 1888-1889. Newberry Observer 3/6/1890

Setzler, Francis M. Dr. bought 185 acres of land at Master Sale for $1000, Herald 1/6/1886, page 3

Setzler, Francis Marion, 89 years old, of Whitmire, husband of Mary Lillian Metts Setzler, died 6/19/2000 at the National Health Care of Greenwood. Born in Whitmire he was a son of James Gist and Mellie Duckett Setzler. Burial was at Whitmire Cemetery. Gray Funeral Home of Whitmire. Greenwood Index-Journal, 6/20/2000 and Newberry Observer 6/21/2000

Setzler, G. A. Dr. received a diploma from SC Medical College 1856. Herald 1/18/1883, page 3; went to Glenn Springs, Herald 6/21/1883, page 3; Dr. G. A. Setzler was a new member of the James D. Nance Camp 336 UCV and their sons. Newberry Observer 4/15/1896; Dr. George A. Setzler was the father-in-law to George A. Young of Jacks Township, Laurens Co. Newberry Observer 3/8/1900; Dr. G. A. Setzler married Mrs. S. F. Briggs on 11/20/1901 at the home of the bride’s brother Professor George B. Cromer, officiated by Rev. J. J. Long. Newberry Observer 11/22/1901; Dr. G. A. Setzler left Newberry for Dallas TX to attend the Confederate Reunion. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/22/1902; Dr. G. A. Setzler was scheduled to receive the Confederate Cross at a Ceremony conducted at the Opera House. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/22/1904

Setzler, George A. Dr. Mrs. died at her home near Pomaria 1/6/1897. She was a sister of W. C. Cromer and G. B. Cromer of Newberry. Newberry Observer 1/13/1897

Setzler, Gist was re-elected as Alderman of Whitmire. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/3/1903; Gist Setzler married Miss Nellie Duckett at the Methodist Parsonage 12/3/1903. Page 5, Newberry Observer 12/4/1903

Setzler, J. B., a Newberry College Graduate was Principal of at Bethune, Kershaw County. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/10/1903.

Setzler, J. R. graduated from Newberry College 1901. His subject for Commencement was ‘Woman Progressive’. Newberry Observer 5/2//1901

Setzler, J. T. was a new member of James D. Nance Camp 336 Confederate Veterans and their sons. Newberry Observer 7/24/1895; His daughter was Joe Setzler. Newberry Observer 10/30/1895; J. T. Setzler and family moved to Columbia. Newberry Observer 1/19/1899; J. T. Setzler, 60 years old, once a citizen of Newberry died in Columbia on 12/4/1901. Newberry Observer 12/3/1901

Setzler, James Mrs. of Pomaria visited Mrs. A. G. Wise yesterday. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/19/1904; Mrs. James Setzler, of Pomaria, was visited by Mrs. F. E. Schumpert. Page 5 Newberry Observer 9/22/1905

Setzler, James P. of Pomaria was house robbed while at Church last Sunday. Newberry Observer 4/13/1899; James P. Setzler testified at a preliminary hearing of the State vs. Charley Counts. Testimony was on Page 5, Newberry Observer 3/22/1904

Setzler, Joe Miss daughter of J. T. Setzler married John Sloan Setzler on 10/28/1895 by Rev. G. A. Wright. Newberry Observer 10/30/1895

Setzler, male, white, delivered by Dr. W. G. Houseal, at Newberry City, on 2/15/1903. Parents are Professor E. B. Setzler, teacher and Mrs. E. B. Setzler, housewife of Newberry City, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Setzler, male, white, delivered by Dr. W. G. Houseal, on 1/9/1906. Parents are Dr. E. B. Setzler, professor and Mrs. E. B. Setzler, of Newberry City, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Setzler, Mary Miss taught at Renno School this last session. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/17/1904

Setzler, Mary was named wife in the unrecorded will dated 5/26/1923 of Thomas I. Setzler. Information from the unrecorded will at the Probate Office.

Setzler, Mrs. of Peak visited her relatives, family of Pros. Wheeler. Newberry Observer 4/14/1897; Mrs. Setzler of Peak, 80 years old, was in good health. Page 5, Newberry Observer 1/5/1904; She visited Professor J. S. Wheeler’s family in Excelsior. Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/29/1904

Setzler, Oscar attended Wheeler Academy. Newberry Observer, 9/5/1889

Setzler, P. O. W. was appointed as a manager of elections at Township No. 10, Central section. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/28/1904

Setzler, Sara see Sara Setzler HUFFMAN, Newberry Observer 10/12/1998

Setzler, T. A. was elected as a Director of the proposed Pomaria Oil Mill. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/3/1904; T. A. Setzler was elected President, secretary and treasurer of the Pomaria Oil Mill. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/6/1904

Setzler, Thomas A. was selected as a member of the Grand Jury for the year 1893, Observer 3/9/1893, page 3

Setzler, Thomas I. in his unrecorded will dated 5/26/1923 he named his wife Mary Setzler. Information from the unrecorded will at the Probate Office.

Setzler, Thomas of Pomaria was having a new warehouse built. Newberry Observer 3/16/1899

Setzler, Tirza Ann Mrs., female, white, died 9/9/1914 of senility. The deceased was 80 years old, born in South Carolina, lived in Newberry SC. Reported by W. G. Houseal M. D. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Setzler, Tommie P., 68 years old, husband of Joyce Leslie Setzler, died 3/11/1998 at his home. Born in Newberry, he was a son of Thomas E. "Tom" and Mildred Paysinger Setzler. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. Whitaker Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 3/11/1998

Setzler, W. H. Mrs., riding in a mule drawn buggy with her two children, was a victim of run away when the mule became frightened by a passing train. As gently as she could she lowered the children from the wagon to the passing ground and then tried to control the mule but was thrown from the buggy and received painful injury. Newberry Observer 7/27/1898.

Setzler, W. H. of Township No. 11 was granted a pension for 1899 by the County Pension Board. Page 1, Newberry Observer 4/20/1899

Setzler, Wade H. was added to the Confederate Pension list yesterday. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/2/1904

Sevier, John a descendent of Col. Sevier was shot and killed in Spartanburg during a dispute. The account of the tragedy was on page 4, Newberry Observer 1/5/1899

Seward, W. T. was advertised having a letter for pick up at the Post Office, Herald 7/3/1884, page 3

Seward, William T. was advertised with a letter for pick-up at the post office, Herald 3/6/1884, page 3

Sewell, Mr. his 5-month-old child died 5/31/1902 at the home of E. Cabaniss. Burial was in Hawkinsville Ga. The baby’s mother was deceased, the sister to Mrs. E. Cabaniss. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/3/1902 Sewell, (infant of), female, white, died 6/1/1902 of entero colitis. She was 5 months old, born in Georgia and lived in Newberry, SC., Ward 3, for 2 months. Reported by Dr. O. B. Mayer. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

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

Seybt, Berta Miss married Mr. Wyke of NC on 12/20/ 1905 at the St. Paul’s Church Parsonage officiated by the Rev. J. A. Sligh. Page 1, Newberry Observer 12/29/1905

Seybt, C. E. was attending Newberry College. Newberry Observer 10/5/1898; C. E. Seybt of Pomaria graduated from the Citadel 6/12/1903. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/16/1903.

Seybt, Clarence was attending Newberry College. Newberry Observer 3/2/1899; Clarence Seybt was a Citadel Cadet. Newberry Observer 9/281899

Seybt, G. W. was working for the Southern RR. Newberry Observer 10/26/1899; G. W. Seybt was working for W. S. Seybt near Newberry. Newberry Observer 2/15/1900

Seybt, J. C. Mrs. had a hen, which lays an egg a day. Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/21/1902

Seybt, John C. of Newberry married Miss Minnie Bickley of Lexington County on 12/23/1885 at the home of the bride’s father by Rev. N. S. Younginer, Herald 1/6/1886, page 3

Seybt, W. S. was a representative of the County Board for Township No. 10 Newberry Observer, 1/23/1895; W. S. Seybt was a brother-in-law to W. F. Suber of Jalapa. Newberry Observer 10/20/1897; W. S. Seybt was paid $2.30 for services as a County Board member. Supervisor’s Quarterly Report ending 3/21/1899 printed in the Newberry Observer 4/6/1899; W. S. Seybt fell from a scaffold and was badly mutilated in the face. Newberry Observer 1/18/1900

Seybt, William rural mail carrier for the Pomaria area, attended a meeting in the post office at Newberry on 3/19/1904 for the fraternal and study/adoption of the best methods of performing the duties of free rural delivery. Annual dues are $1.50. Of that fee 50 cents will go to the State Association and 50 cents will go to the National Association. Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/22/1904

Seybt, Willie of Newberry visited his father John Seybt last week. Newberry Observer 3/2/1899

SEYMOUR FAMILY Page 4, column 1, 2 Newberry Observer 6/11/1891

Shackelford, Rudolph married Miss Sarah Elizabeth Calder on 5/31/1903 by Rev. J. H. Pearcy in Whitmire. Page 5, Newberry Observer 6/9/1903

SHACKLEFORD HOUSE, was listed as a Newberry home built before 1850. Page 5, Newberry Observer 5/6/1904

Shackleford, Essie was leaving Newberry today with Sallie Lane for the Lane summer home in Henderson NC. Newberry Observer, 6/1/1893

Shackleford, Hattie married T. L. Streetman of Hendersonville NC 10/26/1898 at the home of W. M. Shackleford. Newberry Observer 10/26/1898

Shackleford, Mattie Mrs., female, white, died 9/29/1905 of phthisis pulmonalis. She was 56 years old, born in SC., resided in Newberry City for 56 years. Dr. Sampson Pope M. D. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Shackleford, Mattie Pope Mrs., wife of W. M. Shackleford, died at her home in Newberry on 9/28/1905 of consumption. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. Five children survived her, all grown except a 14 year old son who was a Western Union messenger boy. Page 4, Newberry Observer 10/3/1905

Shackleford, Miss visited her aunt, Mrs. Nora Cromer of Garmany. Newberry Observer, 8/10/1893

Shackleford, Odessa, female, white, died 9/18/1915, comatose malarial fever. The deceased was 36 years, 11 months, 20 days old, born in Newberry, South Carolina, lived in Newberry SC. Reported by W. E. Pelham Jr. M. D. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. Return of Deaths in the City of Newberry SC. 8/19/1885 to 12/15/1918 kept in the Newberry Co. Library.

Shackleford, Rudolph of Whitmire spent the night in Newberry. Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/18/1904

Shackleford, W. M. was selling a fertilizer known as Natural Plant Food. Newberry Observer 7/25/1894; W. M. Shackleford was the parent to Mrs. T. L. Streetman of Hendersonville NC. Newberry Observer 12/28/1899; W. M. Shackleford of Co. ‘A’ 53rd Georgia Regt. received his Confederate Cross at the Memorial Day Services held at Newberry on 5/9/1903. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/12/1903; Library) W. M. Shackleford was refused a pension by the State Board of Pensioners. He was a Confederate Veteran who was in feeble health, scarcely able to walk and his wife was an invalid for years. He owned no property. His wife owned the house in which they lived. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/16/1905; W. M. Shacklford, male, white, died 11/6/1906 of tuberculosis. He was 6 years old, born in Georgia, resided in Newberry City for 25 years. Dr. James M. Kibler M. D. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County

Shackleford, William M. Mrs. was the daughter of Vincent Pope. Newberry Observer, 5/18/1893; Mrs. W. M. Shackleford was the mother of Mrs. Streetman of Hendersonville NC. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/22/1902

Shackleford, Willie, 5 years old, oldest child of W. M. Shackleford, died 11/4/1879 of tonsillitis. Newberry Herald 11/5/1879

Shaffer, Augustus was hanged in Washington DC on 2/10/1905 for the August 1903 murder of his wife. Page 1, Newberry Observer 2/17/1905

Shafor, W. B. was the new tailor in town. Newberry Observer 2/3/1897

Shands, Rebecca Janes Mrs. of Clinton was visited by Miss Elizabeth Robert E. Lee Davenport of the High Point section of Newberry, Observer 2/9/1893, page 3

Shane, David, infant, died 9/21/2000 at Richland Memorial Hospital. He was a son of Crystal Powell and Shane Hood. Newberry Observer 9/25/2000

Shannon, Adell, 2½-year-old daughter of Edward Shannon, died 6/2/1900. Newberry Observer 6/7/1900

Shannon, C. H. was selected as a juror for Common Pleas Court for March Term, Observer 3/16/1893, page 3; C. H. Shannon was a director of the newly formed Whitmire Cotton Oil Company. Newberry Observer 6/20/1901

Shannon, Ca. of Mollohon was managing the livery business of Christian and Smith. Newberry Herald 10/11/1883

Shannon, Edward his 2½-year old daughter Adell Shannon, died 6/2/1900. Newberry Observer 6/7/1900

Shannon, J. R. lived in Gastonia NC. Newberry Observer 9/21/1899

Shannon, W. H. was a new member of James D. Nance Confederate Veterans and their sons, Post No. 336. Newberry Observer, 7/4/1894

Sharp, female, white, delivered by W. G. Houseal M. D., on 2/21/1912. Parents are Arty Sharp, mill operative, and Mrs. Arty Sharp, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Shars, Isaac was advertised having a letter at the Post Office for pick up, Herald 6/5/1884, page 3

Shaver, A. H. for the past year employed by the Newberry Observer as a local reporter went to Spartanburg to work, Herald 11/27/1884, page 3; He married Lula McCord of Conyers, Ga., by Rev. D. Shaver, DD. on 5/15/1890. Newberry Observer 5/22/1890; A. H. Shaver, his infant son died 7/10/1891. Newberry Observer 7/23/1890; A. H. Shaver, formerly of Newberry, but lately editor of the Jackson Argus of Florida, died at his home on Second Street 12/31/1902. He was the brother of David Shaver of Newberry and son of the late Rev. David Shaver of Augusta. He was survived by a wife, son and daughter. Burial was in Conyers. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/6/1903

Shaw, Claude Melvin, male, white, delivered by W. G. Houseal MD. on 5/25/1918. Parents are Claude M. Shaw, cotton mill operative, born in SC, and Cora Lee Shurley Shaw, born in NC. and living in Newberry City. (Report out of sequence – found in the June/July page) (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Shaw, David colored, thought to be dead from a lynching was found alive. His father was Peter Shaw. Page 1, column 8, and page 2, column 2, Newberry Observer 6/16/1892

Shaw, Fred was advertised having a letter for pick up at the Post Office, Herald 10/30/1884, page 3

Shaw, J. D. M. Col. lost his ginnery and several bales of cotton to fire. The loss was $2000 with no insurance. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/5/1905

Shaw, J. D. N. Col. of Laurens harvested 100 acres of wheat averaging 15 bushels/acre. Page 5, Newberry Observer 6/14/1904

Shaw, Thomas P. Col. of Edgefield, a soldier in the late war, died week before last. Herald 8/30/1883, page 2

Shawen, Miss of Baltimore will be a dressmaker at the S. J. Wooten store this season. Newberry Observer 3/18/1896

Shealey, J. Benson married M. Ida Wessinger, both of Lexington on 5/6/1894 by Rev. J. G. Schaid of Piney Woods Church. Newberry Observer, 5/16/1894

Shealey, J. D. was elected ELDER of St. Paul congregation. Newberry Observer 5/7/1891

Shealey, J. E. graduated from Newberry College 1901. His subject for Commencement was ‘The Man Behind the Guns’. Newberry Observer 5/2//1901

Shealy, A. I. married Miss Margaret Wedaman, daughter of Henry Wedaman, at Bethlehem Church officiated by Rev. J. J. Long. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/21/1904

Shealy, A. L. of Mt. Tabor was working at a position in the telegraph service for the Carolina Midland RR in Orangeburg. Newberry Observer, 11/8/1893

Shealy, A. S. Dr. who was the assistant veterinarian at Clemson College will go to the Philippine Islands in the government’s agricultural department. Page 1 Newberry Observer 11/18/1904

Shealy, Adam and his grand daughter Lillie Werts jumped from their wagon to avoid being killed by a train. Mr. Shealy was then kicked by his mule and run over by his wagon. His injuries are serious. Page 3, column 4, Newberry Observer, 8/20/1891

Shealy, Adam Uncle died 7/24/1896 at the home of his daughter Mrs. J. Caleb Cook. He was aged 84 years, 6 months, 28 days. Burial was at the graveyard of St. Paul’s Church. He was a founding member of Mt. Pilgrim Church. Newberry Observer 7/22/1896

Shealy, Albert, 45 years old, who lived at the old Crawford home, in Newberry, had suffered a long time with cancer of the leg. Lately gangrene had set in. On 1/251889 Drs. Mayer, Kibler, Houseal, amputated the leg just below the knee. Newberry Observer 1/31/1889

Shealy, Alton L., male, white, died 9/11/1905 of gastritis. He was 7 months old, born in SC., resided in Newberry City for 7 months. Dr. W. G. Houseal M. D. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Shealy, Amanda Mahala was the wife of James Slice near White Rock. She was the daughter of Uncle Joe Shealy and Aunt Polly Bright Shealy. She died six or eight years ago. She had five children and twenty grandchildren living with three dead. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/20/1904

Shealy, Andrew Legrande ‘Lee’, 69 years old, died 7/10/1999 in St. John’s Medical Center Tulsa OK. Born in Newberry he was a son of James Evans and Pearl Swygert Shealy. Newberry Observer 7/12/1999

Shealy, Andrew was appointed as a Director of the Little Mountain Oil Mill. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/27/1904

Shealy, Anna Miss of Taborville visited her sister Mrs. Bundrick of Excelsior. Newberry Observer, 1/16/1895

Shealy, Annie Lee see Mrs. Annie lee Shealy SWYGERT, Newberry Observer 12/1/2000

Shealy, Arthur L. married Miss Maggie Garrett at the home of the bride’s father John Garrett of Prosperity on 9/30/1903 by Rev. W. A. Lutz. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/2/1903

Shealy, Augustus M. likes his job in Charleston but moved his family back to Little Mountain. The water of Charleston disagrees with the family. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/30/1905

Shealy, B. F. added a new kitchen and dining room to his home, Herald 1/6/1886, page 2; He was the brother of W.I. Shealy. Page 5, Newberry Observer 5/9/1905

Shealy, Bartow Elzy, son of L. W. Shealy of Mount Tabor died of pneumonia on 4/14/1903 with Burial was at Mount Tabor Church. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/21/1903

Shealy, Bernice and Mamie Lester visited E. G. Count who lived in Excelsior last week. Newberry Observer 1/5/1899

Shealy, Bernice Chapman a member of the Newberry High School graduating class of 1943, attended a 57th reunion on 8/26/2000 at the Hartford Community Center. A picture of those who attended the reunion was on page 3 Newberry Observer 11/24/2000

Shealy, Bernice Miss, daughter of Dick Shealy married J. Ben Cook, at St. Paul’s Parsonage, officiated by Rev. J. A. Sligh. Page 1, Newberry Observer 1/6/1905

Shealy, C. F. got his hand caught in a gin 9/27/1898. He lost his thumb but was doing nicely. Newberry Observer 10/5/1898; C. F. Shealy went to the Charleston Exposition. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/28/1902

Shealy, Carl J. "Bunk", 90 years old, died 6/21/1998. Born in Chapin, he was a son of Daniel A. and Anna Bickley Shealy. Burial was in Mt. Horeb Lutheran Church Cemetery. Caughman-Harman Funeral Home, Chapin Chapel. Newberry Observer 6/22/1998

Shealy, Carol was laid up for a few days with a rising on his hand. Newberry Observer 9/1/1897

Shealy, Carrie A. Miss married Willie E. Koon, on 1/22/1905 at the home of the bride’s father, John A. Shealy, officiated by Rev. W. A. Lutz. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/24/1905

Shealy, Carroll, attended the Charleston Exposition. Page 3, Newberry Observer 3/18/1902

Shealy, Catherine Mrs., 71 years old, wife of George Shealy, of Mount Tabor, died 2/20/1889. Newberry Observer 2/28/1889

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

Shealy, Claudia see Claudia Shealy GRADDICK, Newberry Observer 6/4/1999

Shealy, Clinton of Saluda visited relatives in Newberry. His sister Mary was with him. Newberry Observer 12/4/1895; Clinton Shealy married Miss Josie Pugh at the Parsonage on 11/17/1901 by Rev. H. J. Mathias. Newberry Observer 11/26/1901

Shealy, D. I. Mrs. was sick. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/25/1902; She was recovering. Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/4/1902

Shealy, D. Rev. 71 years old, of Lexington, was found dead 2/14/1879, on the road near the residence of H. W. Koon. Newberry Herald 2/26/1879

Shealy, Daisy was named as daughter in the unrecorded will dated 9/6/1935 of John C. Epting. Also named were his siblings G. Irving Epting, Claude D. Epting, Edna Richardson, Alice Epting, Marie Haithcock, deceased sister Daisy Shealy. Information from the unrecorded will at the Probate Office.

Shealy, Drayton, of near Little Mountain lost his home and contents to fire. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/15/1903

Shealy, E. M. advertised – ‘lost, on 11/13/1899, a small gold medal with the name of E. M. Shealy engraved on the bar – reward’. Newberry Observer 11/23/1899; E. M. Shealy and family are moving from Excelsior to the St. Paul’s section of Newberry. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/8/1903; E. M. Shealy and family moved from Excelsior. Page 5, Newberry Observer 1/5/1904

Shealy, E. S. was attending Newberry College. Newberry Observer 10/5/1898

Shealy, E. U. of White Rock, was a graduate of Newberry College for 1897. He delivered the speech ‘Personal Virtue in Political Eminence’ at the commencement exercises at Newberry College on 6/13/1897. Newberry Observer 6/16/1897; E. U. Shealy, an 1899 graduate of Newberry College was now a member of the SC Bar. Newberry Observer 5/9/1901.

Shealy, Eafyan Caroline Mrs. 40 years old, formerly Miss Bowers, wife of G. Michael Shealy, died at her home in Little Mountain on 6/30/1902. She was survived by 4 children. Burial was in Mt. Tabor Cemetery. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/4/1902

Shealy, Eddie, who attends college at Hickory NC, spent Christmas at his father’s home. Page 5, Newberry Observer 1/5/1904

Shealy, Edgar went to Newberry College for the semester. Page 1, Newberry Observer 9/29/1905

Shealy, Edith Halfacre, died 8/26/1999. She was a native of Newberry County, and a daughter of the late David Edwin and Lola Kibler Halfacre. Newberry Observer 8/27/1999

Shealy, Elizabeth Miss married James Caleb Cook forty years ago. Mr. Cook died 2/8/1905 at the age of 81 years, 4 months, 21 days. Burial was at Mount Pilgrim Church Cemetery. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/14/1905

Shealy, Ella Rae see Ella Rae Shealy EHLERS, Newberry Observer 7/22/1998

Shealy, Ella Y. Miss married Willie S. Ruff on 11/26/1884 by Rev. S. T. Hallman, Herald 12/4/1884, page 3

Shealy, Ernest C. married Miss M. Nina Epting on 1/21/1903 at the Lutheran Parsonage at Little Mountain by Rev. J. K. Efird. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/27/1903

Shealy, Ernest Mrs. was the daughter of James A. Riser and M. C. Busby Riser. She had one child and was the sister to Mrs. W. J. Ballentine, Mrs. John M. Bickley, Mrs. John M. Koon, A. F. Riser, Joel W. Riser, Mrs. Marion Gruber, Mrs. J. David Koon, Mrs. E. W. Koon, and Willie R. Riser. Page 5, Newberry Observer 8/2/1904

Shealy, Ernest was in Columbia taking a business course under Professor W. H. Newberry. Newberry Observer 1/18/1900

Shealy, Ernest was the son of John Lawson Shealy and the brother to Willie Shealy who was married and lived at Slighs, Miss Lula Shealy and George Shealy. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/13/1904

Shealy, Ervin Luther married Miss Lizzie E. Shealy, at the home of the bride’s father B. F. Shealy of Slighs on 10/9/1902 by Rev. W. A. Lutz. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/14/1902

Shealy, Evelyn see Evelyn Shealy LANGFORD, Newberry Observer 11/12/1999

Shealy, female, white, delivered by Dr. J. M. Kibler, at Newberry City, on 1/25/1903. Parents are Oscar Shealy, operative and Lilly Shealy of Newberry City, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Shealy, female, white, delivered by Dr. W. G. Houseal, on 4/1/1906. Parents are C. D. Shealy, furniture dealer, and Mrs. C. D. Shealy of Newberry City, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Shealy, Florence E. married Charles A. Epting on 5/10/1894 by Rev. M. J. Epting at the home of the bride’s father, John A. Shealy. Miss Shealy was organist for Mt. Tabor Church. Newberry Observer, 5/16/1894

Shealy, Frank A. Rev., of Lexington, graduate of Newberry College, was now Pastor of Christ Lutheran Church, Staunton, Va. Newberry Observer 2/28/1889

Shealy, Frank belonged to Co. G, 13th Regt. SC Vols. But was now dead, Herald 5/29/1884, page 3

Shealy, Frank E. married Miss Cleo Sease on 9/10/1905 at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Sease, officiated by Rev. J. A. Sligh. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/12/1905

Shealy, Frank, who left for Clemson College a few days ago, had the measles. Page 5, Newberry Observer 10/21/1904; Frank Shealy went to Newberry College for the semester. Page 1, Newberry Observer 9/29/1905

Shealy, Fred of Lexington attended Newberry College, Herald 10/23/1884, page 3

Shealy, Fred, male, white, died 4/17/1906 of pneumonia. He was 3 years old, born in Prosperity, SC., resided in Prosperity for 4 (?) years. Dr. W. G. Houseal M. D. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Shealy, G. M. his store was robbed 5/20/1892. Details page 3, column 3, Newberry Observer 5/26/1892; The Governor had offered a $100 reward for the capture of the person responsible for the theft. Newberry Observer 6/9/1892; G. M. Shealy was building a home for Jesse Lorick. Newberry Observer, 11/8/1893

Shealy, G. M. Mrs. of Mt. Tabor was very sick. Newberry Observer, 11/29/1893; Mrs. G. M. Shealy was sick but was now recovering. Newberry Observer, 8/8/1894

Shealy, G. M. was a delegate at the WAGE WORKER’S INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE, Newberry Observer 4/27/1893, page 1

Shealy, George, his gin house burned down 9/14/1883. Also a corn mill adjoining the gin house, 2-3 bales of cotton, 400 bushels of oats. Total loss $700. Newberry Herald 9/20/1883; George Shealy had an angora goat weighing 192 lbs. Newberry Observer, 11/17/1892

Shealy, George, was the son of John Lawson Shealy and the brother to Willie Shealy who was married and lived at Slighs, Miss Lula Shealy and Ernest Shealy. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/13/1904

Shealy, Gertrude Leslie Miss married S. F. Derrick, both of Lexington on 2/1/1905 by Rev. J. K. Efird at the home of the bride’s parents. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/7/1905

Shealy, Grady William, male, white, delivered by John B. Setzler MD. on 7/29/1917. Parents are Jacob W. Shealy, farmer, born in Lexington Co. and Viola B. Dennis Shealy, 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)

Shealy, H. Eldon, 77 years old, husband of Katherine Koon Shealy, died 6/2/1998 at Newberry County Memorial Hospital. Born in Gilbert, he was a son of Monroe and Mattie S. Shealy. Burial was in Newberry Memorial Gardens. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 6/3/1998

Shealy, Happy Carrie was the second oldest child of Uncle Joe and Aunt Polly. She was married Paul Derrick who died at their home in Peak five or six years ago. She had four children living and two dead and four grandchildren living. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/20/1904

Shealy, Hattie Della Miss married Charles F. Rauch10/8/1903 by Rev. J. K. Efird at the home of the bride’s uncle, J. J. Frick. Page 5, Newberry Observer 10/13/1903

Shealy, Hattie Mrs. died 12/15/1899. She was 35 years old, the wife of John Shealy and leaves 7 children. Burial was in Mt. Pilgrim Church Cemetery. Newberry Observer 12/21/1899

Shealy, Hazeline Enlow, 82 years old, died 12/26/1998 at her home. Born in Newberry County, she was a daughter of Ed and Hattie Banks Enlow. Burial was in Newberry Memorial Gardens. Whitaker Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 12/28/1998

Shealy, Henry C. was a top rate blacksmith and he never whips your horse to make him stand for shoeing. Newberry Observer, 6/20/1894

Shealy, Heyward Glenn, 70 years old, died 11/2/1998 at his home. Born in Little Mountain, he was a son of Jacob L. and Lorene Fulmer Shealy. Burial was in Holy Trinity Lutheran Church Cemetery. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 11/4/1998

Shealy, Hilliard was the first son of Uncle Joe Shealy and Aunt Polly Bright Shealy. He was living in Peak. He had ten children living and one dead, along with twelve grandchildren living and two dead. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/20/1904

Shealy, Hugh Osborn, male, white, delivered by Amelia Stangard, midwife, on 9/23/1915. Parents Simon L. Shealy, mill foreman, born in Lexington Co. SC, and Lula P. Shealy, 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)

Shealy, Ilene see Ilene Shealy THOMAS, Newberry Observer 9/28/1998

Shealy, Infant, male, white, died 9/4/1919, stillborn. Reported by W. E. Lake, M. D. Buried in Saluda County. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Shealy, J. A. was elected delegate of the Mt. Tabor Democratic Club for the County Democratic Convention, Herald 6/12/1884, page 3

Shealy, J. B. Jr., male, white, delivered by T. W. Smith physician, on 2/22/1916. Parents are J. B. Shealy Sr., barber, born in SC, and Lizzie Clamp Shealy, born in SC, living in Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library); J. B. Shealy Jr. male, white, died 7/21/1916 of marasmus. The deceased was 5 months old, born in Newberry, SC., lived in Newberry. Reported by W. E. Lake MD. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

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

Shealy, J. B. was elected as a Director of the proposed Pomaria Oil Mill. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/3/1904

Shealy, J. C. and wife of the Monticello section visited in the Excelsior section of Prosperity, Eagle Eye 1/15/1902, page 2

Shealy, J. C., 87 years old, of Newberry died 7/2/2000 at the J. F. Hawkins Nursing Home. Born in Newberry he was a son of Henry L. and Alice L. Fulmer Shealy. Burial was in Newberry Memorial Gardens. Whitaker Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 7/3/2000

Shealy, J. D. was elected delegate of the Mt. Tabor Democratic Club for the County Democratic Convention, Herald 6/12/1884, page 3; He 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

Shealy, J. H. of Little Mountain SC received a BA degree at graduation from Newberry College, Class of 1903. His graduating speech was ‘Obligations and educated men.’ Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/21/1903; he was appointed as a secretary and treasurer of the Little Mountain Oil Mill. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/27/1904

Shealy, J. M. of Summit SC lost his barns and houses to a cyclone on 5/3/1893, Newberry Observer 5/11/1893, page 1

Shealy, J. N. and family moved from near St. Paul’s to Franks P.O. Newberry Observer, 12/20/1893

Shealy, J. Preston was the seventh child of Uncle Joe and Aunt Polly. He lived on the old homestead with his mother. He had two living children with two dead. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/20/1904; J. P. Shealy was appointed agent of the Southern RR at Newberry. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/12/1904; J. P. Shealy had a walnut tree in his yard with ripe walnuts on it. Page 5, Newberry Observer 10/3/1905

Shealy, J. W. was appointed as a manager of the Little Mountain Oil Mill. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/27/1904

Shealy, Jacob Clayton, son of P. H. Shealy was 21 years, 10 months old. He was sick when about 13 months old and it was said it stunted his growth. He was 46 inches tall and weighs 50 lbs. Newberry Observer, 4/11/1894

Shealy, Jacob, father of John A. Shealy, suffered little damage by a cyclone on 9/13/1892. Newberry Observer 9/15/1892

Shealy, James belonged to Co. G, 13th Regt. SC Vols. But was now dead, Herald 5/29/1884, page 3

Shealy, James Bettis "Shake", 71 years old, husband of Elizabeth Mayson "Betty" Killingsworth Shealy, died 1/4/1998 at Self Memorial Hospital in Greenwood. Born in Saluda Co., he was a son of Rufus Blanton and Annie Eugenia Herlong Shealy. Burial was in Emory United Methodist Church Cemetery. Newberry Observer 1/7/1998

Shealy, James Colie, 75 years old, died 8/14/1998 at Lexington Medical Center. Born in Prosperity, he was a son of Andrew and Susie Bedenbaugh Shealy. Burial was in Newberry Memorial Gardens. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 8/14/1998

Shealy, James E. was the blacksmith at Little Mountain. Page 5, Newberry Observer 10/23/1903; He was a corporator of the Little Mountain Oil Mill, which received a charter from the State. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/20/1904; J. E. Shealy was attending the St. Louis Exposition. Page 1, Newberry Observer 10/21/1904

Shealy, James Earl, 84 years old, husband of Adelaide Derrick Shealy, died 5/7/1998 in Tractor accident. Story on page 1, obituary on page 3 of issue 5/8/1998. Born in Little Mountain, he was a son of O’Neal and Inez Fulmer Shealy. Burial was in Newberry Memorial Gardens. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 5/8/1998

Shealy, James L., 62 years old, died 2/21/1998. Born in Leesville, he was a son of Harvey Wilson and Loree Koon Shealy. He married first Annette Hawkins Shealy, second to Donna W. Shealy. Charles R. Shealy and Son Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 2/25/1998

Shealy, James P. was the new Newberry operator and ticket agent for the Southern RR. Newberry Observer 8/16/1900

Shealy, Jane, the wife of Hilliard Hipp, was the youngest child of Uncle Joe and Aunt Polly. She lived near Little Mountain with seven children living and two dead. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/20/1904

Shealy, Jessie Miss married D. A. Quattlebaum on 12/25/1902. Page 1, 8, Newberry Observer 1/6/1903

Shealy, Joe Uncle’, 91 years old, the oldest man in the Dutch Fork died 13/4/1901 at his home near Little Mountain. He handled a plow until a year or two ago. Newberry Observer 3/7/1901; Uncle Joe Shealy had died 3/5/1901 at the age of 91 years. His descendants had a family re-union at his place near Little Mountain on 5/12/1904. Mrs. S. C. Ballentine played the organ with Miss Ola Counts singing. His widow, Aunt Polly Shealy, nee Bright, lived at the homestead with her son, Preston Shealy. Uncle Joe and Aunt Polly were married 8/19/1838. They had nine children, the oldest being Amanda Mahala Shealy, wife of James Slice near White Rock. She died six or eight years ago. She had five children and twenty grandchildren living with three dead. The next oldest child of Uncle Joe and Aunt Polly was Happy Carrie Shealy whose husband, Paul Derrick, died at their home in Peak five or six years ago. She had four children living and two dead and four grandchildren living. Hilliard Shealy was the first son, living in Peak. He had ten children living and one dead, along with twelve grandchildren living and two dead. The fourth child of Uncle Joe and Aunt Polly was Mary Martha Shealy, wife of H. H. Counts near Peak. They also have ten children living and one dead with fifteen living grandchildren and one dead. Thomas Napoleon Shealy was the second son and fifth child of Uncle Joe and Aunt Polly. He was a merchant at Little Mountain and had built an elegant home in town. He had six children living and one dead, with twelve grandchildren living and two dead. John David ‘Jack’ Shealy was the sixth child of Uncle Joe and Aunt Polly. He lived two miles east of Little Mountain and had three children and three grandchildren living with one dead. J. Preston Shealy was the seventh child of Uncle Joe and Aunt Polly. He lived on the old homestead with his mother. He had two living children with two dead. William Shealy, the eighth child of Uncle Joe and Aunt Polly died in Columbia six or eight years ago. He had seven children and one grandchild. The youngest child of Uncle Joe and Aunt Polly, Jane Shealy, was the wife of Hilliard Hipp and lived near Little Mountain with seven children living and two dead. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/20/1904

Shealy, John A. every building on his place was demolished by a cyclone on 9/13/1892. Mrs. Shealy was blown some distance but was saved by the telegraph wires wrapping around her twice. A mule was blown 100 feet but not injured. Newberry Observer 9/15/1892; A note of Thanks to his neighbors for all their help. Page 3, column 6, Newberry Observer, 10/6/1892; John A. Shealy of Sligh’s SC married Lottie E. Coon of Columbia SC on 10/31/1900 at Ebenezer Lutheran Church in Columbia, officiated by Rev. M. M. Kinard. Newberry Observer 11/8/1900

Shealy, John Adam was a juror in the case of the Wadlington Will dispute, Herald 11/15/1883, page 3

Shealy, John Broadus, 84 years old, died 2/18/1999 at White Oak Manor. Born in Newberry County, he was a son of John C. and Mary Long Shealy. Burial was in St. James Lutheran Church Cemetery. Whitaker Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 2/19/1999

Shealy, John broke his leg between the knee and ankle in jumping off the train at Sligh’s on Sunday. He was carried to his home near by and Dr. Sease set the bone. Newberry Observer 11/22/1901

Shealy, John Calvin died at his home near Slighs on 4/10/1904 of consumption. His age was 41 years, 10 months, 16 days. His wife died four years ago. Seven orphaned children survived him. Burial was at Mount Pilgrim. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/19/1904

Shealy, John D. belonged to Co. G, 13th Regt. SC Vols. But was now dead, Herald 5/29/1884, page 3; He had a carbuncle on his neck. Newberry Observer 7/6/1899; John D. Shealy of Co. ‘A’ 20th SC Regt. had become a member of the James D. Nance Camp of Confederate Veterans. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/8/1902

Shealy, John David ‘Jack’ was the sixth child of Uncle Joe and Aunt Polly. He lived two miles east of Little Mountain and had three children and three grandchildren living with one dead. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/20/1904

Shealy, John Lawson, 47 years old, died at his home in West End Newberry on 9/13/1904 of heart trouble. A widow and four children survived him: Ernest Shealy, Willie Shealy who was married and lived at Slighs, Miss Lula Shealy and George Shealy. Burial was at Mount Pilgrim Church. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/13/1904

Shealy, John Mrs. died at her home in Taborville 3/6/1896. Burial was at Mt. Tabor Church. Newberry Observer 3/18/1896

Shealy, John of Little Mountain killed a mad dog. Page 5, Newberry Observer 5/2/1905

Shealy, John of near St. Phillip’s section died 9/21/1895. Newberry Observer 9/25/1895

Shealy, Joseph Elton "Rip", 88 years old, husband of Julia Bowers Shealy, died 9/14/1998 at Lowman Home of White Rock. Born in Little Mountain, he was a son of Ernest Cleophad and Mary Nina Epting Shealy. Burial was in Holy Trinity Lutheran Church Cemetery. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 9/16/1998

Shealy, Justine see Mrs. Justine Shealy EPTING, Newberry Observer 11/30/1998

Shealy, Kevin Thurmond "Babe", "Spanky", 37 years old, died 1/2/1998. Born in Lexington, he was a son of Faye Varmadore Shealy Spires and James Herman "Doc" Shealy; Also Clarence Spires. Burial was in St. Peter Lutheran Church Cemetery in Lexington. Newberry Observer 1/5/1998

Shealy, L. D. Mrs. was very sick. Newberry Observer 4/18/1901

Shealy, L. G. of Little Mountain lost his watch and $15 in cash while on a trip to Columbia last week. Three white men have been charged and were committed to jail, not being able to post bond. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/10/1902

Shealy, L. H. will marry Miss Mittie A. Shealy on the 3rd Sunday of April at St. James Church in Summit SC. Newberry Observer, 4/13/1893, page 2

Shealy, L. S. and family are moving to Little Mountain. Page 5, Newberry Observer 11/27/1903

Shealy, L. W. Mrs. had the finest cabbage patch around. Newberry Observer 4/18/1901

Shealy, L. W. put a new coat of paint on his house, Herald 1/6/1886, page 2

Shealy, LaFayette was killed by Marion Parr, who was in jail in Columbia. Page 6, Newberry Observer 9/6/1904

Shealy, Lawrence received third 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

Shealy, Leander D. of Prosperity had a mule stole by Ebb Sheppard, colored. Ebb was in jail. Newberry Observer 9/27/1900

Shealy, Leath was arrested for the murder on 11/4/1899 of William Hair, colored. Newberry Observer 11/9/1899

Shealy, Leila married Falls Bedenbaugh of Newberry who runs a sawmill in Saluda Co. on 11/21/1897 at the home of the bride’s father Wash Shealy. Newberry Observer 12/1/1897

Shealy, Leland was on the first 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; Leland Shealy received first 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

Shealy, Lizzie E. Miss married Ervin Luther Shealy at the home of the bride’s father B. F. Shealy of Slighs on 10/9/1902 by Rev. W. A. Lutz. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/14/1902

Shealy, Lou Mrs., female, white, died 3/27/1908 of apoplexy. The deceased was 76 year old, born in Newberry SC, resided in Newberry City. Reported by W. G. Houseal. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Shealy, Louise Lester, 97 years old, widow of Forrest E. Shealy Sr., died 3/24/1999 at J. F. Hawkins Nursing Home. Born in Prosperity, she was a daughter of Newton R. and Ida Byrd Schumpert Lester. Burial was in Newberry Memorial Gardens. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 3/26/1999

Shealy, Louise received third 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

Shealy, Lucille see Mrs. Lucille Shealy BOWERS, Newberry Observer 12/8/2000

Shealy, Lucy Anne see Lucy Anne Shealy HAILE, Newberry Observer 3/11/1998

Shealy, Lula Miss was the daughter of John Lawson Shealy and the sister to Willie Shealy who was married and lived at Slighs, Ernest Shealy and George Shealy. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/13/1904

Shealy, Luther and two of his children are confines with colds. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/18/1903

Shealy, Luther P. W., male, white, died 1/13/1916 of chronic Bright’s disease. The deceased was 64 years, old, born in Lexington Co., SC, lived in Newberry SC. Reported by T. W. Smith MD. Burial was in White Rock, SC.

Shealy, M. G. had bought a thresher. Newberry Observer, 1/31/1894

Shealy, male, white, delivered by Dr. W. G. Houseal on 1/28/1905. Parents are S. Z. Shealy, works in the coffin shop and Mrs. S. Z. Shealy of Newberry City, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Shealy, male, white, delivered by Dr. W. G. Houseal, on 6/14/1906. Parents are S. L. Shealy, furniture dealer, and Mrs. S. L. Shealy of Newberry City, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Shealy, male, white, delivered by J. M. Kibler M. D., on 2/17/1912. Parents are Berley Shealy, operative, and Mrs. Berley Shealy, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Shealy, male, white, delivered by J. M. Kibler M. D., on 9/27/1914. Parents are Berley Shealy, mill operative, and Mrs. Berley Shealy, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Shealy, male, white, delivered by P. G. Ellisor, physician, on 1/5/1910. Parents are Mr. and Mrs. Berly Shealy, mill operatives, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Shealy, male, white, delivered by W. G. Houseal, physician, on 2/26/1909. Parents are S. J. Shealy, operative, and Mrs. S. J. Shealy, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Shealy, Mallie had a letter for pick up at the Prosperity Post office. Page 5, Newberry Observer 4/7/1905

Shealy, Mamie see Mamie Shealy SON, Newberry Observer 11/15/1999

Shealy, Margaret see Margaret Shealy DALTON, Newberry Observer 9/22/2000

Shealy, Maria Miss spent Friday with her uncle Mike Monts of Little Mountain. Page 5, Newberry Observer 5/9/1905

Shealy, Marie see Marie Shealy BOWERS, Newberry Observer 4/10/1998

Shealy, Marvin Jacob, 78 years old, died 11/16/1999. Born 8/24/1921 in Newberry, he was a son of the late Jacob William and Beatrice Dennis Shealy. Burial was in Greenlawn Memorial Park. Dunbar Funeral Home, Gervais St. Chapel. Newberry Observer 11/17/1999

Shealy, Mary A. Miss died 6/11/1905 at the home of her half brother Rev. N.N. Burton in Newberry. Burial was in Batesburg. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/13/1905

Shealy, Mary Edwin, female, white, delivered by Amelia Wilson, midwife on 5/2/1918. Parents are Simon Lewie Shealy, yard over-seer, born in Lexington Co. SC, and Lila Perl Shealy, born in Lexington Co. SC., living in Newberry City. Return of Births in the City of Newberry SC. 8/19/1885 to 12/15/1918 kept in the Newberry Co. Library.

Shealy, Mary Leona, 99 years old, died 10/28/1999 at the Lowman Home of White Rock. Born in Little Mountain, she was a daughter of the late C. Edward and Melissa Frick Shealy. Burial was in the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church Cemetery. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 10/29/1999

Shealy, Mary Martha wife of H. H. Counts near Peak, was the fourth child of Uncle Joe and Aunt Polly. They had ten children living and one dead with fifteen living grandchildren and one dead. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/20/1904

Shealy, Mary Mrs. wife of John A. Shealy Jr. was on the sick list, Herald 1/6/1886, page 2

Shealy, Mary of Saluda visited relatives in Newberry. Her brother Clinton was with her. Newberry Observer 12/4/1895

Shealy, Mary 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; Mary Shealy received third 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

Shealy, Mary, female, white, died 6/6/1905 of bilious fever. She was 51 years, 3 months old, born in SC., resided in Newberry City for 5 years. Dr. W. G. Houseal M. D. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Shealy, Mike G., every building was unroofed and 2 out buildings were blown down by a cyclone on 9/13/1892. Newberry Observer 9/15/1892

Shealy, Mildred Enlow, 88 years old, widow of Willie Ray Shealy, died Friday morning at White Oak Manor, Newberry. Born in Prosperity, she was a daughter of the late George and Ada McCullough Enlow. Burial was in Newberry Memorial Gardens. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 11/5/1999

Shealy, Minnie Lee 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; Minnie Lee Shealy received first 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

Shealy, Mittle A. Miss will marry L. H. Shealy on the 3rd Sunday of April at St. James Church in Summit SC. Newberry Observer, 4/13/1893, page 2

Shealy, Mrs. of Excelsior moved to Newberry to live with her daughter, Mrs. Livingstone. Page 5, Newberry Observer 1/5/1904

Shealy, Mrs. of Lexington rode the train for the first time, Herald 3/8/1883, page 3

Shealy, Myrtle Lake, 89 years old, widow of Andrew Shealy, died 1/31/1999 at the Lowman Home. Born in Newberry County, she was a daughter of Frank. S. and Colie Lindler Lake. Burial was in Holy Trinity Lutheran Church Cemetery. Whitaker Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 2/1/1999

Shealy, Nannie Mae was on the first 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; Nannie Mae Shealy 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

Shealy, Nellie Kibler, 88 years old, widow of Roy Pinner Shealy, died 5/23/2000 at her home in Columbia. Born in the St. Philip’s section of Newberry she was a daughter of Ambrose Counts and Ida Antoinette Banks Kibler. Burial was in St. Philip’s Lutheran Church Cemetery. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 5/24/2000

Shealy, Ollie Miss had pneumonia. Newberry Observer 2/3/1897

Shealy, Oscar was on the third honor roll for the Second Grade from Oct. 3 to Nov. 27, 1904 at Little Mountain Graded School. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/9/1904

Shealy, Oveeda Derrick, 84 years old, widow of Gerald O. "Jack" Shealy, died 5/10/1998 at The Inn in Laurens. Born in Leesville, she was the daughter of S. Fred and Leslie Shealy Derrick. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 5/11/1998

Shealy, P. H. had 11 children, all living. Ten are stout, one was very small. The small child was Jacob Clayton Shealy, 46 inches tall and weighs 50 lbs. He was 21 years, 10 months old. He was sick when about 13 months old and it was said it stunted his growth. Newberry Observer, 4/11/1894

Shealy, P. W. was appointed as manager of elections for Hendrix’s Mill section at the Democratic executive meeting in preparation for the primary election, Newberry Observer 6/15/1893, page 3;

Shealy, Paul C. married Elizabeth Roof, both of Lexington, at Red Bank Factory, on 12/9/1883 by W. Briggs Green Esq. Newberry Herald 12/20/1883

Shealy, R. E. of Prosperity is back from Pineville NC, The Prosperity Advertiser 11/24/1897, page 8; He spent the night in Newberry, Eagle Eye, 1/15/1902, page 1

Shealy, R. L. of Little Mountain graduated from Newberry College. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/20/1902

Shealy, R. M. of Leesville committed suicide by shooting himself on 12/9/1901. Newberry Observer 12/10/1901

Shealy, Ray Ellis, 84 years old, of Charlotte, husband of Sara Westmoreland Shealy, died 6/24/2000 at Catawba Memorial Hospital in Hickory NC. Born 2/25/1916 in Prosperity he was a son of Olin O’Neal and Cora Wise Shealy. Burial was in Sharon Memorial Park Mausoleum. Newberry Observer 6/26/2000

Shealy, Raymond E., 90 years old, died 12/26/1998. Born in Little Mountain, he was a son of Roscoe and Katie Shealy Shealy. Burial was in Holy Trinity Lutheran Church Cemetery. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 12/28/1998

Shealy, Reba Scarborough, 89 years old, widow of James H. Shealy, died 1/21/1998 at White Oak Manor, Newberry. Born in Rock Hill, she was a daughter of F. J. and Fannie Davenport Scarborough. Burial was in Newberry Memorial Gardens. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 1/23/1998

Shealy, Rebecca Viola, female, white, delivered by John B. Setzler M. D., on 11/8/1915. Parents are Jacob Willie Shealy, cotton mill work, born in Newberry Co. SC, and Viola B. Dennis Shealy, born in Lexington Co., SC, living in Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Shealy, Rosene Alewine, 84 years old, widow of Cyril E. Shealy, died Friday at Newberry County Memorial Hospital. Born in Chapin, she was a daughter of the late Ernest and Minnie Amick Alewine. Burial was in Mt. Tabor Lutheran Church Cemetery. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 11/15/1999

Shealy, Ruby see Ruby WIER. Newberry Observer 3/26/1999

Shealy, Rufus L. married Miss Bennie Maude Kempson, daughter of J. B. Kempson, in Mount Tabor Church at 4 p.m. on 12/27/1903, performed by Rev. W. A. Lutz. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/1/1904

Shealy, Rufus while hauling logs, he fell off his cart and broke his arm above the elbow. Page 2, Newberry Observer 2/3/1903

Shealy, Ruth Elizabeth, female, white, died 5/7/1917 of entero colitis. The deceased was 1 year, 27 days old, born in SC., lived in Newberry SC for 1 year, 27 days. Reported by F. K. Shealy M. D. Burial was in Lexington, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Shealy, S. D. Mrs. was very sick. Newberry Observer, 11/29/1893

Shealy, S. J., infant of, male, white, died 4/23/1909 of marasmus. The deceased was 2 months old, born in Newberry, resided in Newberry City for 2 months. Reported by Dr. W. G. Houseal M. D. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Shealy, S. L. & Sons have threshed over 3,000 bushels of peas since Christmas. Their thresher had a gasoline engine. Page 1, Newberry Observer 3/3/1905; S. L. Shealy’s little child died 9/10/1905 with burial at Mount Tabor. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/12/1905

Shealy, S. L. Jr. ‘Toot’, of Newberry, husband of Henrietta Perry Shealy, died 6/26/2000 at Providence Hospital. Born in Newberry he was a son of Simon L. and Pearl S. Shealy. Burial was in Newberry Memorial Gardens. Whitaker Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 6/26/2000 & 6/28/2000

Shealy, S. L. Mrs. and children of Saluda section visited her mother who lived in Excelsior last week. Newberry Observer 1/5/1899; She died recently. A note of thanks on page 2 by her husband for all the help everyone gave to him. Newberry Observer 9/21/1899

Shealy, S. W. married Miss Emma DeHart at Bethlehem Lutheran Parsonage, Hayne SC on 10/15/1903 by Rev. J. D. Shealy. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/20/1903; S. W. Shealy testified at a preliminary hearing of the State vs. Charley Counts. Testimony was on Page 5, Newberry Observer 3/22/1904

Shealy, Sallie A. of Lexington Co. married S. Ernest Boland of Little Mountain on 8/1/1894 at the home of J. D. Shealy by Rev. S. L. Nease. Details of the wedding on page 2, column 1, Newberry Observer, 8/8/1894

Shealy, Sallie Mrs. died at her home on 2/28/1905. Burial was at Mount Tabor Cemetery. Page 5, Newberry Observer 3/7/1905

Shealy, Samuel J. married Miss Fannie D. Holt on 2/20/1902 at the home of Benjamin Holt by Rev. D. P. Boyd. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/25/1902

Shealy, Samuel L. Mrs. a daughter, died several years ago. She was a daughter of David B. Kinard and Mary A. Kinard. She was a sister of Rev. Dr. M. M. Kinard of Columbia, L. H. Kinard a merchant in Newberry, H. J. Kinard a farmer in Newberry, Rev. James D. Kinard of Leesville, Miss Janie Kinard of Leesville, Dr. J. W. Kinard, a druggist in Leesville, Mrs. J. S. Werts of Saluda. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/10/1903

Shealy, Sarah Bertha see Sarah Bertha Shealy LONG, Newberry Observer 1/26/1998

Shealy, Seath "Smokey", 81 years old, husband of Martha Rowe Shealy, died 5/15/1998 at his home. Born in Newberry, he was a son of Horry C. and Martha Rowe Shealy. Burial was in Greenwood Memorial Gardens. Harley Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 5/18/1998

Shealy, T. N. was building a home at the corner of Main and Mountain Avenue in Little Mountain. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/8/1903; T. N. Shealy was the father to Mrs. J. L. Bowers. Page 5, Newberry Observer 5/9/1905

Shealy, T. W. Mrs. died at her home in Helena 12/17/1894. Burial was in Edgefield Co. Newberry Observer, 12/19/1894

Shealy, Thomas Napoleon was the second son and fifth child of Uncle Joe and Aunt Polly. He was a merchant at Little Mountain and had built an elegant home in town. He had six children living and one dead, with twelve grandchildren living and two dead. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/20/1904

Shealy, Tillman G. married Ursie Kyzer on 9/21/1897 by Rev. J. D. Shealy at the home of the bride’s mother. Newberry Observer 9/29/1897

Shealy, W. A. was a delegate at the WAGE WORKER’S INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE, Newberry Observer 4/27/1893, page 1; He was moving his family to Batesburg where he will teach at Folk’s Academy. Newberry Observer 8/24/1899; W. Augustus Shealy was a teacher at Leesville College in History, Civics and economics. Newberry Observer 8/8/1901; W. A. Shealy moved from Batesburg to be secretary of the historical Association of Charleston. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/30/1905

Shealy, W. Aug. attended the wedding of Professor S. J. Derrick and Lillie Rawl on 4/25/1894 at the home of Ben Rawl. Newberry Observer, 5/2/1894; He was sick. Newberry Observer, 8/8/1894; He was closing his school following a picnic on 8/31/1894. Newberry Observer, 8/29/1894; W. August Shealy, of Newberry, married Allie E. Rawl of Lexington at the home of the bride’s father Benjamin Rawl on 2/19/1896. They will live in Atlanta. Newberry Observer 3/4/1896; W. A. Shealy was a teacher at Corinth School. Newberry Observer 9/8/1897

Shealy, W. B. of Rocky Well SC, delivered the speech ‘Prohibition’ at the commencement exercises at Newberry College on 6/13/1897. Newberry Observer 6/16/1897; W. B. Shealy, of Rocky Well, delivered his presentation on ‘Empire Can Wait’ for the graduating class of Newberry College June 1998. Newberry Observer 6/15/1898

Shealy, W. C. brought in the first bale of cotton in Little Mountain. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/22/1905

Shealy, W. I. Mrs. visited her mother Mrs. Nancy Frick. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/28/1905

Shealy, W. I. was the brother to B. F. Shealy. Page 5, Newberry Observer 5/9/1905

Shealy, W. W. and wife of the Monticello section visited in the Excelsior section of Prosperity, Eagle Eye 1/15/1902, page 2; He was appointed as a manager of elections at Township No. 9, Monticello section. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/28/1904; W. W. Shealy and W. L. Boozer have completed work on the Monticello School. Page 5, Newberry Observer 10/21/1904; W. W. Shealy & J. H. Barnes have the contract to build John L. Cook’s new mill building. Page 1, Newberry Observer 3/3/1905

Shealy, Walter, a Clemson Cadet, came home for Christmas. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/30/1904

Shealy, Wesley was building a new home in Little Mountain. Page 5, Newberry Observer 10/13/1903; He moved into his new home. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/18/1903

Shealy, Will had a function for the young people at his place on Friday night. Newberry Observer, 1/30/1895

Shealy, William belonged to Co. G, 13th Regt. SC Vols. But was now dead, Herald 5/29/1884, page 3

Shealy, William J. 48 years old, died at his home on 4/23/1901 at the lower section of the county. He was well known as a horse swapper. Newberry Observer 4/25/1901

Shealy, William, the eighth child of Uncle Joe and Aunt Polly, died in Columbia six or eight years ago. He had seven children and one grandchild. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/20/1904

Shealy, Willie Bundrick, 89 years old, widow of Andrew H. Shealy, died 8/4/1999. Mrs. Shealy was born in Winnsboro, SC., a daughter of the late William F. and Pearl Irene Scott Bundrick. Newberry Observer 8/6/1999

Shealy, Willie who was married and lived at Slighs, was the son of John Lawson Shealy and the brother to Ernest Shealy, Miss Lula Shealy and George Shealy. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/13/1904; Willie Shealy was brother-in-law to Henry Frick and son-in-law to Mrs. Nancy Frick. Page 5, Newberry Observer 5/26/1905

Shearfield, J. R. Cpl., 24 years old, of Whitmire, died 10/1/2000. Born in Thomasville Ga. he was a son of Allen Dean Shearfield of Pasadina TX and Frances Davis Cimiotta of Whitmire. Burial was in Oakhill Cemetery, Quitman Ga. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 10/2/2000

Shearhouse, O. B. Rev. married Janie Black, daughter of N. L. Black on Thanksgiving Day, 1895 in Corinth Church near Wyse’s Ferry, Saluda Co., SC. by Rev. A. G. Voigt DD of Newberry and Rev. C. P. Boozer. Details of the wedding page 3, column 3, Newberry Observer 12/11/1895; Rev. O. B. Shearhouse was elected the most popular minister in Saluda County. He was a graduate of Newberry College. Newberry Observer, 3/10/1897; Rev. O. B. Shearhouse was finishing his Pastorate at Chapin and will start serving Little Mountain. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/20/1905

Shearhouse, Paul D., Springfield Ga., ‘96’ graduate of Newberry College will deliver "Roentgen Rays". Newberry Observer 5/13/1896

Shears, Alice, female, black, died 8/17/1919, of pellagra. The deceased was 30 years old, born in Newberry, Co., SC., and lived in Newberry City. Reported by J. L. Duckett MD. Buried in Calvary Church Cemetery. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Shears, Belton deliberately shot Dandy Coleman in the chin, knocking out teeth on the lower jaw and the ball coming out the neck. He then went to Policeman Franklin’s house and shot 3 times. He was later seen going to the cemetery to cause more trouble. Newberry Observer 3/16/1898; Belton Shears, COURT OF SESSIONS, assault and battery with intent to kill, carrying a concealed weapon, no bill, Newberry Observer 7/25/1901; Belton Shears, child of, male, black, died 2/8/1904 of convulsions. He was 1 year, 1 day old, lived in Newberry City for 3 days. Reported by C. E. Stephenson, M. D. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library); Belton Shears colored, had a sealed sentence waiting for him on charges of assault and battery with intent to kill. He was caught in the country by the Sheriff and was now working on the chain gang. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/10/1905

Shears, Bud knifed Ben Chalmers colored, while they were sitting with a corpse. The wounds are severe. Details are on Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/7/1904; Bud Shears, COURT OF SESSIONS, assault and battery with intent to kill, guilty, one year in the Public Works. Page 8, Newberry Observer 11/4/1904

Shears, female, black, delivered by Nellie Gallman, midwife, on 9/24/1914. Parents are Richard and Belle Shears, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Shears, Ida May, female, black, died 6/17/1915 of (cause not given). The deceased was 9 months old, born in Newberry Co., South Carolina, lived in Newberry SC for 9 months. Burial was in City Cemetery. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Shears, Jack colored, who lived on the James A. Burton farm in Floyd Township, fell from a sidewalk near Callie McWhirter’s on Main Street a few days ago and hit his head on a rock. On Friday he began to convulse. Doctors feel his skull was fractured and he may die. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/2/1904

Shears, Jacob was paid $6.43 by the County Commissioners during the year 1885, Herald 1/13/1886, page 2

Shears, Jake was charged with stealing from the dead. Page 5, Newberry Observer 12/29/1903; Jake Shears, male, black, died 8/14/1904 of fracture of the skull, meningitis. He was 24 years old, born in SC. and resided in Newberry City. Reported by Dr. W. G. Houseal M. D. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Shears, James, male, black, died 9/22/1907 of gastro enteritis and malarial fever. He was 4 years old, born in Newberry, resided in Newberry SC. for 4 years. Reported by Dr. C. E. Stephenson M. D. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Shears, Jesse was shot at by George Baxter but missed. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/4/1905; Baxter was in Jail. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/7/1905

Shears, John colored, who was in jail for fighting, escaped 9/24/1898. Newberry Observer 9/28/1898; He was captured. Newberry Observer 11/16/1898.

Shears, Richard colored, was fined $10 in Magistrate Chappell’s Court for stealing food from Carrie Harris. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/29/1904

Shears, Richard, male, black, died 1/22/1915 of consumption. The deceased was 26 years, 8 months, 1 day old, born in Newberry Co., South Carolina, lived in Newberry SC for 18 years. Reported by W. G. Houseal M. D. Burial was in City Cemetery. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Sheck, A. H. E. lost a valuable mule last week. Newberry Observer 1/22/1896; A. H. E. Sheck was renting his farm in Newberry and moving to Pennsylvania. He was a Confederate soldier during the war. Newberry Observer 10/14/1896; A. H. E. Sheck showed a chicken with no eyes. Newberry Observer 4/5/1900; A. H. E. Sheck had a pair of eyeglasses that are 150 years old. They are in silver frames and the case to carry them in was made of steel. They were originally the property of John Sheppard, who came to SC from Virginia. He settled in the eastern section of Newberry, which in 1905 was owned by Benjamin Halfacre. Mr. Sheck was the great-grandson of John Sheppard, as was ex-Gov. John C. Sheppard of Edgefield. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/24/1905; A. H. E. Sheck of Caldwell Township had on his property a poplar tree 22 feet around the trunk. Its limbs and foliage cover ¼ acre of ground. Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/3/1905; A story about his dogs on Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/24/1905

Sheck, A. H. reported plentiful minks on his bottomland. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/13/1904

Sheck, Lois Miss visited her Aunt Mts. L. F. Martin of Harrington St. Newberry Observer 6/17/1896

Sheck, Luther, 67 years old, died Nov. 1895 in Arkansas. He was the brother of A. H. E. Sheck and the son of Rev. John D. Sheck. He was in the Confederate Army, wounded in his 35th Battle, captured and imprisoned at Camp Chade Ohio. Newberry Observer 4/8/1896

Sheck, Richard was advertised as having a letter for pick up at the post office, Herald 4/17/1884, page 2

Sheel, Henry colored moved from Newberry to FL and was making $1/day, Herald, 5/8/1884, page 3

Sheeler, Audrey see Audrey Sheeler HOWERING, Newberry Observer 3/29/1999

Sheeley, E. B. married Miss Rosabelle Sease, daughter of James Sease on 7/16/1905, officiated by Rev. J. A. Sligh. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/21/1905

Sheeley, Mallie had a letter left at the Prosperity post office, which was advertised for pickup. Page 5, Newberry Observer 10/13/1905

Sheeley, Myrtle, female, white, died 1/24/1899 of hydrocephalus. She was 1 year, 3 months old, born in Lexington, SC and lived in Newberry City for 1 year. Reported by Dr. W. G. Houseal. Burial was in Lexington SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Sheely Andrew called Dr. Mayer Jr. to attend his 12-year-old son, shot accidentally by his brother. Newberry Observer 2/13/1890

Sheely, C. W. was building a new barn. Newberry Observer 2/2/1899; C. W. Sheely was having an Easter egg Hunt at his home this year. Newberry Observer 4/12/1900

Sheely, Claudia see Claudia Sheely AULL, Newberry Observer 12/1/2000

Sheely, Elizabeth was to get $22.50 for 1894 as a Confederate Soldier widow’s pension. Newberry Observer, 5/9/1894; Elizabeth Sheely of Township No. 9 was granted a pension for 1899 by the County Pension Board. Page 1, Newberry Observer 4/20/1899

Sheely, Elviry, COURT OF SESSIONS, housebreaking and larceny in two counts; guilty; Newberry Observer 7/27/1899; He was sentenced to 4 months in the State Penitentiary at hard labor, Newberry Observer 8/3/1899

Sheely, female, white, delivered by Dr. W. G. Houseal, at Newberry City, on 11/18/1904. Parents are C. D. Sheely, farmer and Mrs. C. D. Sheely, of Newberry City, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Sheely, G. M. was paid $24.55 by the Ordinary County Fund for the year 1888-1889. Newberry Observer 3/6/1890

Sheely, George M. moved his sawmill to near the Hoggle Bridge where he was sawing lumber. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/23/1904

Sheely, George married Miss Nancy Lominick this week in the St. Philip’s Community by Rev. P. H. E. Derrick. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/18/1903

Sheely, J. D. was selected as a member of the Grand Jury for the year 1893, Observer 3/9/1893, page 3

Sheely, J. M. was paid $55 by the Ordinary County Fund for the year 1888-1889. Newberry Observer 3/6/1890

Sheely, John D. was 1904 Assessor for Township No. 10. Page 4, Newberry Observer 2/12/1904

Sheely, John S. Private, of the Palmetto Regiment, Company L, SCV, War with Mexico, commanded by Col. P. M. Butler. Killed in action.

Sheely, Lawson, male, white, died 9/6/1904 of chronic nephritis. He was 55 years old, resided in Newberry City for 2 years. Dr. T. W. Smith M. D. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

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

Sheely, Louis A., 65 years old, husband of Barbara H. Sheely, died 6/1/2000 at the Bernardin Hospice House Columbia. Born in Newberry he was a son of Barnette Wilson Sheely and Lonnie A. Sheeley. Burial was in Newberry Memorial Gardens. Whitaker Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 6/2/2000

Sheely, Lula P. Miss married Simon L. Sheely on 4/29/1903 at the home of the bride by Rev. John J. Long. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/8/1903

Sheely, Luther COURT OF SESSION, murder, Newberry Observer 2/23/1900

Sheely, male, white, delivered by W. G. Houseal, M. D., on 7/13/1907. Parents are Mr. A. T. Sheely, RR Official and Mrs. A. T. Sheely, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Sheely, Marie Amick, 69 years old, wife of James E. Sheely, died 5/28/1998. Born in Little Mountain, she was a daughter of Martin Lester and Eula Wessinger Amick. Burial was in Holy Trinity Lutheran Church Cemetery. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 5/29/1998

Sheely, Mike G. married Miss Mary C. Mayer on 12/10/1902 at the Lutheran Parsonage at Little Mountain with Rev. J. K. Efird officiating. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/12/1902

Sheely, Minnie married Lee Kempson, both of Sligh, SC., on 12/20/1891 at the home of the bride’s father, T.L. Sheely by Rev. J.A. Sligh. Newberry Observer 12/19/1891

Sheely, P. W. was a new member of James D. Nance Confederate Veterans and their sons, Post No. 336. Newberry Observer, 7/4/1894

Sheely, R. E. married Miss Lucy M. Crooks of West End on 3/30/1902 at the Methodist Parsonage in Newberry by Rev. D. P. Boyd. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/1/1902

Sheely, R. S. was appointed agent for the Southern Depot in Newberry. Newberry Observer 5/11/1898

Sheely, Samuel L. Mrs. died 9/11/1899 at her home in No. 9 Township. She was survived by a husband and 11 children. Newberry Observer 9/14/1899

Sheely, Samuel, who was cropping for A.M. Counts for a number of years, will run Dr. R.L. Luther’s farm near Prosperity the ensuing year. Newberry Observer, 11/3/1892

Sheely, Sarah A. of Township No. 10 was granted a pension for 1899 by the County Pension Board. Page 1, Newberry Observer 4/20/1899

Sheely, Simon L. married Miss Lula P. Sheely on 4/29/1903 at the home of the bride by Rev. John J. Long. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/8/1903

Sheely, W. C. was a new member of James D. Nance Confederate Veterans and their sons, Post No. 336. Newberry Observer, 7/25/1894

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

Sheely, W. J. won a scholarship to Clemson. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/19/1904

Sheely, Walter had entered Clemson College for the semester. Page 5, Newberry Observer 9/9/1904

Sheers, Verna, female, black, died 11/16/1900 of diphtheria. She was 2 years old, born in SC and lived in Newberry, SC for 2 years. Reported by Dr. W. G. Houseal. Burial was in the Colored Cemetery. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Sheetz, A. S., was paid $35, $35, $35, by the Ordinary County Fund for the school district No. 9, year 1888-1889. Newberry Observer 3/6/1890

Sheffield, Viola Mrs. married Ephraim M. Atkinson at the home of the bride’s father D. R. Proctor on 11/25/1896 by Rev. Whitley Langston. Newberry Observer 12/2/1896

Shelamer, H. W. of Wilkes-Barre, Pa. married Hattie Kilgore, daughter of the officiating minister on 5/14/1899 in Charleston SC by Rev. A. M. Chrietzberg. Newberry Observer 5/18/1899

Sheldon, Dr. of Pickens was brother to Mrs. J. B. Fellers of St. Luke’s and Mrs. H. E. Toss of Newberry. Newberry Observer 2/14/1901; Dr. Sheldon of Oconee visited his sisters Mrs. Jacob B. Fellers and Mrs. George F. Hunter. Page 5, Newberry Observer 4/24/1903

Sheldon, Ella married H. E. Todd of Whitmire on 4/19/1893 at the home of the bride in Oconee Co. The bride taught in Newberry for the past 2 years. Newberry Observer, 4/20/1893; Ella Sheldon, of Oconee Co., married H. E. Todd of Whitmire on 4/19/1893 at the home of the bride’s father William Sheldon by Rev. T. C. Ligon. Newberry Observer, 4/27/1893

Sheldon, Fannie Miss of Westminster SC will marry John W. Kibler of Newberry at the home of the bride on 1/2/1900. Newberry Observer 12/28/1899; They married; Details of the wedding on page 3, Newberry Observer 1/4/1900

Sheldon, J. D. of Oconee, representative to the Legislature, visited his sister Mrs. Jacob B. Fellers. Page 5, Newberry Observer 2/3/1905; He attended the funeral of Jacob B. Fellers. Page 5, Newberry Observer 3/10/1905

Sheldon, Maggie Miss was an 1883 graduate of Walhalla Female College, Herald 7/12/1883, page 3

Sheldon, Maggie of South Union, Oconee County SC married Jacob L. Fellers of Prosperity on 3/21/1899 by Rev. S. L. Wilson at the home of the bride. Newberry Observer 3/30/1899

Sheldon, Miss of Oconee County married Jacob B. Fellers who died 3/1/1905 of Bright’s disease. He was survived by a wife and three children: William W. Fellers, Miss Mabelle Fellers who was attending Newberry Graded School this session and Mrs. A. W. Fogle of Anderson. Burial was at St. Lukes Church. Page 5 & 8, Newberry Observer 3/7/1905

Sheldon, Velda Miss will marry George F. Hunter on 12/25/1902 at the home of the bride’s brother-in-law, Jacob B. Fellers in Prosperity. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/9/1902; Miss Velda Sheldon married Mr. G. F. Hunter 12/25/1902 at the home of Jacob B. Fellers by Rev. J. L. Williamson. Page 1, Newberry Observer 1/2/1903

Sheley, Mime Miss had an unclaimed letter at the Prosperity Post office. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/16/1905

Shell, Alfred, General Sessions Court, assault and battery with intent to kill, guilty, one year in the County Jail. Newberry Herald 2/13/1878; Alfred Shell colored, received a pardon from the Governor on Saturday, 5/18/1878. Newberry Herald 5/22/1878; Alfred Shell, COURT OF SESSIONS, burglary and larceny Newberry Observer 7/11/1889; COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS, burglary and larceny, not prosecuted. Newberry Observer 11/14/1889; Alfred Shell had several articles taken from his home by fugitive Will Cleland. Cleland was recaptured and was now on the chain gang. Newberry Observer 6/1/1898

Shell, Allen colored, was being a victim of fires and assault in Laurens. The owners of the farm he rents petitioned to the governor to offer a reward for the capture of the parties responsible for the deeds. Page 1, Newberry Observer 9/5/1905

Shell, Allen, was appointed a manager of elections at Mollohon Academy, by the Legislature at its last session. Polls are opened for 2 days. 1 Senator and 3 Representatives to be elected. "The SENTINEL" 1/21/1852. Reprinted in the Newberry Observer 10/8/1891

Shell, Anna Gertrude married Dr. M. W. Drummond at the home of Captain G. W. Shell of Laurens County on 11/15/1879 by Rev. G. H. Carter. Newberry Herald 11/26/1879

Shell, Asbury, migrated to Mississippi, Page 4, column 1, 2 Newberry Observer 6/11/1891

Shell, Captain G. W., lost corn, flourmill, cotton gin to fire on the a.m. of 2/14/1889, located about 3 miles west of Laurensville. Newberry Observer 2/14/1889

Shell, Carrie, daughter of Captain G. W. Shell of Laurens, married Sumter B. Crawford of Chester on 4/29/1890 by Rev. John D. Pitts. Newberry Observer 5/8/1890

Shell, Elizabeth, female, black, died 8/16/1905 of apoplexy. She was 45 years old, born in Newberry Co., resided in Newberry City for 8 years. Dr. Col. C. E. Stephenson M. D. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Shell, George Washington Captain died 12/15/1899 at his home 3 miles from Laurens from a heart attack. Newberry Observer 12/21/1899

Shell, Herman, Page 4, column 1, 2 Newberry Observer 6/11/1891

Shell, Ike colored, 14 years old, when hanging onto a moving boxcar slipped, mashing his foot, tearing skin to the bone. Newberry Observer, 3/21/1894

Shell, J. H. Mrs., sister of J. Brooks Swygert of Newberry died at her home in Peak on 8/2/1894 of typhoid fever. She was buried at Peak. Newberry Observer, 8/8/1894

Shell, James H., merchant of Peak married Josephine Stoudemayer, daughter of Walter Stoudemayer on 2/8/1899. Newberry Observer 2/23/1899

Shell, John Page 4, column 1 & 2 Newberry Observer 6/11/1891

Shell, Lizzie, female, black, died 11/7/1904 of tuberculosis. She was 25 years old, born in Newberry City, resided in Newberry City for 16 years. Dr. Col. C. E. Stephenson M. D. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Shell, Minnie B. of Conover NC married Rev. H. J. Matthias on 11/9/1898 at the home of Hazen Hermon, uncle of the bride, by Rev. Professor W. H. T. Dan, president of Concord College. Newberry Observer 11/16/1898.

Shell, Peter colored lived on Mrs. Betsy Floyd’s place. He dropped dead 8/13/1884 while emptying a sack of wheat. Herald 8/14/1884, page 3

Shell, Richard was advertised having a letter for pick up at the Post Office, Herald 6/12/1884, page 3 & Herald 8/28/1884, page 3

Shell, Simon, and his wife Martha migrated to Mississippi, Page 4, column 1and 2, Newberry Observer 6/11/1891

Shell, Stephen, died 1822, Page 4, column 1, 2 Newberry Observer 6/11/1891

Shelley, Annie Miss married Rev. R. C. Williams at the home of the bride’s father, W. H. Shelley, at ‘High Point’ in Newberry, officiated by Rev. S. H. Zimmerman. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/25/1903

Shelley, M. W. who works at the Carolina mill bicycled home to High Point for lunch and when he was finished discovered his bicycle was taken. It was recovered sometime later. The theft was done by Milledge Green. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/26/1904; Major Shelly left Newberry to work in a manufacturing plant in Columbus GA. Page 8, Newberry Observer 11/4/1904; Major W. Shelley moved to Bristol TN for a position with the Bristol Casket Co. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/6/1905; Major Shelley, who travels for the Bristol VA Casket Co, was at John Hopkins in Baltimore for his eyes. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/8/1905

Shelley, W. H. had bought a building lot at the corner of Pope and Carlisle Streets ‘Brooklyn’. Newberry Observer 1/25/1900; Captain W. H. Shelley, of the CN&L RR, moved from Little Mountain to Pope Street in Newberry. Newberry Observer 12/20/1900; W. H. Shelley’s telephone number was 134. Newberry Observer 2/7/1901

Shellito, James of Abbeville was in Newberry, Herald, 8/9/1883, page 3

Shells, Elbert "June" Jr., died 5/19/1999 at his home in Clinton after a long illness. Born in Newberry County he was a son of Mrs. Willie Mae Shells and the late Mr. Elbert Shells Sr. Burial was in Old Beaverdam Baptist Church Cemetery. Childs Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 5/24/1999

Shells, Pearlie Mae Sims, died 3/1/1998. Born in Newberry, she was a daughter of Young Jessie Sims and Emmie Golston Sims. Burial was in St. Mary AME Church Cemetery. Wilson Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 3/2/1998

Shelly, Dean & Summer bought out Mr. Dean and will continue in the furniture business as Shelly & Summer. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/10/1905

Shelly, James H. works at the C&WC RR in Laurens. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/24/1905

Shelomer, Hattie K. Mrs., 27 years old, died 9/27/1905 in Chester Pa. She was a daughter of Rev. Dr. A. M. Chreitzberg. Page 4, Newberry Observer 10/3/1905

Shelton W. T. married Miss Pitts, daughter of William A. Pitts, nine years ago. They reside in Farmington, New Mexico. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/23/1904

Shelton, Caroline colored, 15 years old, farm laborer, died May 1870 of the measles. Newberry County Mortality Census for the Year ending 6/1/1870. CROMERS TOWNSHIP

Shelton, Drayton found a valise with the body of a dead baby inside. For details and post mortem results see Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/17/1904

Shelton, Jim and family colored, moved to Arkansas. Newberry Observer 2/13/1890

Shelton, Leroy, male, black, delivered by Lizzie Ferguson, midwife, on 8/23/1917. Parents are Jim Shelton, farm hand, born in SC. and Mary Etta Eigleberger Shelton, born in SC. living in Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Shelton, W. J., late of NC. and now of Birmingham Ala., married 11/18/1891 to Mrs. Hattie Sledge at the home of the bride’s father, William A. Pitts of Helena by Rev. W. W. Daniel. Newberry Observer 1/22/1891

Shelton, W. T. Mrs. was the daughter of W.A. Pitts of Helena. Newberry Observer 1/14/1892

Shepard, Robert colored, 72 years old, a well digger and bricklayer, died 9/18/1904. He was a slave to the Boozer family and when he was 11 years old he was sold to Robert Bangle, who taught him his trade and owned him until emancipation. His son, William Shepard, was one of the best bricklayers in Newberry. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/23/1904

Shepard, William, was one of the best bricklayers in Newberry. He was the son of Robert Shepard, who died 9/18/1904. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/23/1904

Shephard, Amanda, female, black, died 6/7/1918 of Bright’s disease. The deceased was 70 years old, born in Newberry Co., SC., and lived in Newberry City. Reported by W. E. Lake MD. Burial was in City Cemetery. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Shepherd, Joe 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.

Shepherd, Kate Mrs. died 3/12/1901. She was the mother of Mrs. R. P. Pell of Columbia. Burial will be in Fayetteville NC. Newberry Observer 3/21/1901

Shepherd, L. V. Mrs. colored teacher was the organist at the Friday exercises at the Colored teacher’s Institute, Newberry Observer 6/29/1893, page 3

Shepherd, M. G. was in charge of the express office in Silverstreet. Page 1, Newberry Observer 12/8/1905

Shepherd, Richard colored, his 7-year-old son shot and killed himself with his father’s pistol. Newberry Observer 4/24/1890

Shepherd, Robert, male, black, died 9/18/1904 of old age. He was 70 years old, born in Newberry City, resided in Newberry City for 70 years. Dr. Col. C. E. Stephenson M. D. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Shepherd, William, Private, of the Palmetto Regiment, Company L, SCV, War with Mexico, commanded by Col. P. M. Butler.

Sheppard, Adam colored, was involved in a murder. Henry Teague colored, had a ‘pound party at his house on 3/31/1899 at the old Asa P. Davis place in Township No. 6. After the party was over Adam Sheppard left the house with Rachel Longshore. After about 100 yards Jimmie Crummie came along behind them and shot Rachel Longshore. There followed a pistol war between Adam Sheppard, George Cannon and Scott Swindler. The four shooters are in jail. On Monday Judge Pope set bail at $300 for Sheppard and Swindler and dismissed Cannon. Newberry Observer 4/6/1899; Adam Sheppard, COURT OF SESSIONS, murder, to be continued; Newberry Observer 7/27/1899; Adam Sheppard, COURT OF SESSION, murder, not guilty. Newberry Observer 10/26/1899

Sheppard, Andrew, COURT OF SESSIONS, assault with intent to ravish, not guilty, Newberry Observer, 11/15/1893; Andrew Sheppard colored, of Prosperity, committed suicide in the jail. He was arrested last July for a similar crime and was acquitted. Newberry Observer, 5/2/1894.

Sheppard, B. W. colored, lost his corncrib to fire on 3/13/1902. Page 1, Newberry Observer 3/18/1902; B. W. Sheppard colored, was a delegate for the Republican Convention in Newberry on 2/18/1904. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/19/1904; B. W. Sheppard colored, was elected as a delegate from Township No. 6 for the Republican Convention. Page 5, Newberry Observer 2/23/1904

Sheppard, D. E. Mrs. of Saluda was a daughter of Hon. D. B. Peurifoy of Columbia. Page 5, Newberry Observer 6/27/1905

Sheppard, D. E. Private, left Newberry by train for Columbia on 5/3/1898 as part of the Newberry Company enlisted in the Spanish American War. Newberry Observer 5/4/1898; Davis E. Sheppard of Higgins Ferry was a Corporal of Co. ‘B’ 1st SCV, enlisted as a druggist, single. Newberry Observer 5/18/1898

Sheppard, Daniel, COURT, burglary, stole corn from A. M. Nichols, acquitted, Newberry Herald 6/11/1879; Dan Sheppard colored, while resisting arrest, was shot by special deputy Willie Boozer. He was stealing corn from J. S. Nichols. The wound was not serious and he was in jail. Newberry Observer 7/27/1899; Dan Sheppard, COURT OF SESSIONS, burglary, guilty, 18 months in the Penitentiary, Newberry Observer, 11/15/1893

Sheppard, Dave was in jail with a gunshot wound to his side, received while resisting arrest for housebreaking by Constable Hawkins. Newberry Observer, 8/3/1893

Sheppard, Dr. Mrs. formerly of Newberry, died 5/23/1879 at Edgefield. Newberry Herald 6/4/1879

Sheppard, E. Y. won first prize at the ‘96’ agricultural fair for his Norman Stallion, Herald 8/27/1885, page 3

Sheppard, Ebb colored, stole a mule from Leander D. Shealy, near Prosperity. He was in jail. Newberry Observer 9/27/1900

Sheppard, Ed COURT OF SESSIONS, larceny of livestock, true bill, Newberry Observer 10/25/1900

Sheppard, Effie Miss was niece to B. F. Griffin. Newberry Observer 9/26/1901

Sheppard, Eliza Mrs., of Prosperity died while visiting her daughter in Cheraw. She was buried 6/4/1903 in Prosperity Cemetery. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/2/1903

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

Sheppard, Frances Pearsall, 83 years old, widow of Murray Sheppard, died 4/20/1998 at the Saluda Nursing Home. Born in Silverstreet, she was a daughter of V.V. and Mary Helen Berry Pearsall. Burial was in Silverstreet Lutheran Church Cemetery. Whitaker Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 4/20/1998 & 4/22/1998

Sheppard, Isaac colored, married, 80 years old, a pauper, born in Africa, died November 1869 of typhoid. Newberry County Mortality Census for the Year ending 6/1/1870. CALDWELL TOWNSHIP

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

Sheppard, Jim colored, was accidentally shot and killed by Mart Gary colored, on 1/8/1905. Sheppard died 1/11/1905. The coroner’s jury held Gary for criminal negligence. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/13/1905

Sheppard, John (increased from class C2 to class C1) was added to the Confederate Pension list yesterday. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/2/1904

Sheppard, John C. Esq., of Edgefield, Speaker of the House of Representatives, married Helen Wallace of Union, daughter of Hon. W. H. Wallace, Judge of the 7th Circuit Court on 5/22/1879 by Rev. R. D. Smart. Newberry Herald 5/28/1879

Sheppard, John came from VA to SC, settling in the eastern section of Newberry, which in 1905 was owned by Benjamin Halfacre. Mr. A. H. E. Sheck was the great-grandson of John Sheppard, as was ex-Gov. John C. Sheppard of Edgefield. A pair of eyeglasses that are 150 years old, in silver frames and the case to carry them in was made of steel, were originally the property of John Sheppard Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/24/1905

Sheppard, John of Chappells died 10/17/1905 and was buried at St. Luke’s Cemetery. He was 81 years, 7 months, two days old. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/20/1905

Sheppard, John W. returned with a diploma from the Theological Seminary, Herald 5/31/1883, page 3; J. W. Sheppard was conferred the degree of A. M. at the Newberry College Commencement, Herald 6/28/1883, page 2; J. W. S. Sheppard was ordained as a minister at the Lutheran Synod, Herald 11/15/1883, page 3; Rev. J. W. Sheppard was a member of the Virginia Synod, Herald 10/23/1884, page 3

Sheppard, John, of Helena, met with a painful accident 7/12/1878. His horse ran with his buggy and threw him out, breaking his arm. Newberry Herald, 7/17/1878; John Sheppard, of Helena, had his neck strained in a horse riding accident. He almost had it broken. Newberry Herald 10/18/1883; John Sheppard was paid $7.50, $6 by the County Commissioners during the year 1885, Herald 1/13/1886, page 2; John Sheppard of Township No. 9 was granted a pension for 1899 by the County Pension Board. Page 1, Newberry Observer 4/20/1899

Sheppard, Lizzie, female, black, died 12/18/1916 of pelvic peritonitis. The deceased was 25 years old, born in Newberry, SC., lived in Newberry. Reported by W. G. Houseal M. D. Burial was in the City Cemetery. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Sheppard, Maggie, daughter of W. W. Sheppard of Central Mills, Ala., will marry R. L. Whites in the Methodist Church of Central Mills Ala., on 6/9/1897. Newberry Observer 6/2/1897

Sheppard, Mamie, 17-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Sheppard of Edgefield, died 5/11/1890. She was a niece of B. F. Griffin. Newberry Observer 5/15/1890

Sheppard, Motte G. of the Silverstreet RFD had the first US Mail delivery wagon in the county. He delivers and collects about 3,000 pieces of mail a month. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/6/1905

Sheppard, Mrs. gave the news staff rosy red tomatoes and grapes, Herald 8/13/1885, page 3

Sheppard, Orlando Mrs. visited her brother B. F. Griffin. Newberry Observer 6/13/1889; Mrs. Orlando Sheppard, of Edgefield was the sister of Miss Effie Griffin. Newberry Observer, 1/26/1893; Mrs. Orlando Sheppard, was visited by her sister Miss Effie Griffin. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/17/1903; She visited her brother B. F. Griffin. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/28/1903; Mrs. Orlando Sheppard was a sister to Miss Lizzie Griffin. Observer 3/16/1893, page 3 & Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/3/1905

Sheppard, Orlando of Edgefield was in Newberry on 5/2/1904. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/3/1904

Sheppard, Oscar had a finger smashed last week. Newberry Observer 5/8/1895

Sheppard, Rich colored, dropped dead in No. 6 Township where he lived at Sim Abrams’ place. He complained of not feeling well for some time. Newberry Observer 4/20/1898

Sheppard, S. R. was reared in St. Luke’s Lutheran Church and later became a Lutheran minister, dying in MS, Herald 11/1/1883, page 1

Sheppard, Scott Dr. brother of ex-Governor John C. Shepherd died at his home near Edgefield on 1/28/1893, Newberry Observer 2/2/1893, page 3

Sheppard, Selina colored, married, 60 years old, a pauper, died November 1869 of chronic diarrhea. Newberry County Mortality Census for the Year ending 6/1/1870. CALDWELL TOWNSHIP

Sheppard, Simon was clerking for Dr. Luther but left to attend Business College in Lexington KY, Herald 3/20/1884, page 3; Simon Sheppard of Prosperity visited in Edgefield, Herald 1/6/1886, page 3

Sheppard, Temperance Rodgers Mrs., wife of John Sheppard, died 3/5/1896 at the home of her son-in-law J. Z. Setzler in Helena. She was almost 80 years old and was buried at St. Luke’s with her family members. Newberry Observer 3/11/1896

Sheppard, Will colored, shot Mart Rook colored, on 10/8/1905. Rook died of the wound on 10/9/1905. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/13/1905

Sheppard, Will lost his dwelling house, barn, stables, all household furniture, 500 bushels of corn, 6,000 bundles of fodder, 1,000 bushels of cotton seed, 4 bales of cotton to fire. Loss was estimated at $5,000 with no insurance. Newberry Observer 3/2/1898

Sheppard, William P. Mrs. died suddenly at her home 9/17/1905 with burial at St. Luke’s Cemetery. A husband and many children survived her. She was a sister of T. B. Hawkins of Newberry and Rev. I. P. Hawkins of VA. Page 5, Newberry Observer 9/22/1905

Sheppard, William Wallace will marry Miss Dolly Dugas on 12/9/1903 at the home of the bride in Edgefield. Page 3, Newberry Observer 11/24/1903

Sheppard, William was fined $200 and 8 months in the Penitentiary for contempt of Court. He chose to have a shoot out with the constable in a try to escape and was now in the prison infirmary. Newberry Observer 7/17/1895

Sherer, James A. B., President of Newberry College, was scheduled to receive the LL.D. degree at the SC College commencement exercises. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/13/1905

SHERMAN ACT - Newberry Board of trade met to create a resolution in conjunction with the Charleston Board of Trade requesting congress to repeal the Sherman Silver Act; the Sherman law required the government to purchase 4 ½ million ounces of silver/month, paying for it in coin certificates, Newberry Observer 6/22/1893, page 3; an early session of Congress was demanded because silver was rapidly declining in value. The silver dollar was worth only 58¾¢; several reasons why it should be repealed, Newberry Observer 7/6/1893, page 1; many of the silver mines shut down; extra session of congress called by President Cleveland; India stopped the silver coinage starting the silver problem; thousands out of work in Indianapolis because no one is placing order due to the decreased value of money, Newberry Observer, 7/6/1893, Newberry Observer 7/6/1893, page 2; more than 200 banks failed so far in 1893 – most in the northwest – very few in the South; money is hard to borrow because the lenders do not know if they will get a fair value in the return; Newberry Observer 7/27/1893, page 2; President Cleveland addressed Congress with the remark that the Sherman Act was the cause of the present economic depression, Newberry Observer 8/10/1893, page 2; President Cleveland told Congress – the Sherman Act MUST be repealed, Newberry Observer, 8/17/1893, page 1; Governor of SC claimed that if the act were repealed without a free coinage act, the Democratic Party would be destroyed, Newberry Observer, 8/17/1893, page 2

Sherman Silver Act – The House voted for repeal of the Sherman Silver Act. Although the Act was passed July 1890 it was not officially to go into effect until July 1, 1894. Newberry Observer 8/31/1893, page 2; about $30,000,000 of silver was put into circulation every year for the past 13 years, Newberry Observer 9/7/1893, page 2

SHERMAN, GENERAL – received a $17,000/year pension; received houses and presents worth $50,000; received $40,000 in diamonds, Herald 11/1/1883, page 2

Sherman, William Tecumseh, died 2/14/1891. His biography, page 2, column 3, Newberry Observer 2/19/1891

Sherrill, female, white, delivered by J. M. Kibler, physician, on 10/9/1909. Parents are Hiram Sherrill, bookkeeper and Mrs. Hiram Sherrill, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Sherry, female, white, delivered by P. G. Ellisor, physician, on 9/27/1910. Parents are W. A. Wherry, city mail carrier, and Alice Wherry, of Newberry City. Return of Births in the City of Newberry SC. 8/19/1885 to 12/15/1918 kept in the Newberry Co. Library

Shettleworth, Mr. colored was killed by Mr. Copeland colored, accidentally with a shotgun. Newberry Observer 1/12/1898

Shewewell, Mrs. and children of Athens Ga. visited her sister Mrs. E. Cabiness last week. Newberry Observer 7/1/1896

Shields, Ame Jacobs, 73 years old, widow of William M. "Bill" Shields Sr., died 2/3/1999 in Laurens County Hospital in Clinton. Born in Clinton, she was a daughter of the late James Ferdinand and Ame Copeland Jacobs. Burial was in Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Clinton. Newberry Observer 2/5/1999

Shields, Kathleen T., died 12/18/1999 in Wallace Thomson Hospital in Union. Born in Union Co., she was a daughter of Clyde and Florence Murray Thompson. Burial was in Whitmire Cemetery. Gray Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 12/20/1999

SHILOH AME CHURCH – in Prosperity was the place for services where Frank Jones and Anderson Schumpert were received into the Lutheran Church for the ministry. Arrangements were made for them to attend Howard University, Herald 10/25/1883, page 3

Shinn, Edith see Edith Shinn DRUM, Newberry Observer 6/26/2000

Shinn, Gladys see Gladys Shinn CARTER, Newberry Observer 2/11/1998

Shinn, Lurlyne Knight, 83 years old, died 12/20/1998 at the Lincoln Medical Center, Lincolnton, NC. Born in Lincoln Co., NC. she was a daughter of Clyde L. and Edith Stamey Knight. Burial was in Newberry Memorial Gardens. Whitaker Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 12/21/1998

Shipley, Jean J., 77 years old, widow of Welton A. Shipley, died 3/14/2000. Born in Hillsboro, North Dakota, she was a daughter of George McLain and Frankie Ellen Mitchell Johnson. Burial was in St. Thomas Lutheran Church Cemetery. Newberry Observer 3/17/2000

Shirey, female, white, delivered by T. W. Smith M. D., on 4/23/1915. Parents are Fred Shirey, mill operative, born in SC, and Doll (Bodie) Shirey, born in SC, living in Newberry City. (Recorded twice on different pages) (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Shirey, Goldie Wilson, 87 years old, widow of Jacob Franklin Shirey, died 5/9/1998 at the Wallace Thomson Hospital in Union. Born in Lee Co., she was a daughter of Tony Anthony and Laura Lea Robinson. Burial was in Whitmire Cemetery. Gray Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 5/11/1998

Shirey, J. D. Rev. formerly of Newberry died 4/5/1896, column 1, page 3, Newberry Observer 4/8/1896

Shirey, Julia Miss died. She was the daughter of President Shirey of North Carolina College. Newberry Observer, 8/11/1892

Shirey, Lizzie Mrs. was sick. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/16/1903.

Shirey, Paul Franklin, male, white, delivered by T. W. Smith MD. on 4/20/1917. Parents are Fred Shirey, mill operative, born in SC, and Doll Brodie Shirey, born in SC, living in Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Shirey, Scott married Miss Lucy Dennis on 5/10/1905 at the home of the bride’s father, J. B. Dennis, officiated by Rev. S. P. Koon. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/16/1905

Shirley, Carol Jean see Carol Jean Shirley STOUDEMIRE, Newberry Observer 8/7/1998

Shirley, Jacob, operative, living at Ward #5 in Newberry, and wife Lizzie Shirley have a white female child born 9/26/1898, delivered by Dr. J. M. Kibler. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Shirley, John of Newberry Mills went to Piedmont to attend the funeral of his father-in-law, Ed Hayes. Newberry Observer 1/19/1898

Shirley, W. A. his brick home was destroyed by a tornado 2/17/1903. Page 1, Newberry Observer 2/20/1903

Shirly, John Private was a member of Co. ‘F’ Holcombe’s Brigade. He was slightly wounded in the abdomen at the Battle of Fredericksburg on 12/13/1862. Page 1, Newberry Observer 3/21/1905

Shivers, Jack, 83 years old, died 1/11/1999 at the Lowman Home. Born in Griffin Ga., he was a son of J. P. and Bessie Jones Shivers. Burial was in Newberry Memorial Gardens. Whitaker Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 1/13/1999

SHOCKLEY BROS. offered their portable engine and saw mill for sale, Herald 10/9/1884, page 3; SHOCKLEY BROS. was paid $8.11 by the County Commissioners during the year 1885, Herald 1/13/1886, page 2; Shockley Brothers of the milling company lost 4000 feet of sawed lumber and equipment in a fire. No insurance. Newberry Observer 5/9/1889; Shockley Bros. was awarded the contract for painting and Kalsomining the court room for $44. Newberry Observer, 1/5/1893; Shockley Bros. saw mill and lumber Company are directly across the street from the jail. Newberry Observer 1/19/1898

Shockley, Ada Ruth daughter of J. D. Shockley of Helena married J. D. Chapman of Newberry on 1/1/1891 at the Union Church in Helena by Rev. E. P. McClintock. Newberry Observer 1/8/1891

Shockley, Ada T., female, white, died 11/14/1907 of tuberculosis. The deceased was 33 years old, born in Newberry Co., resided in Newberry City for 33 years. Reported by J. Alex. Mildan. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Shockley, Arthur, brother of Mrs. J. W. Watts died at Hominy, near Asheville on 7/2/1905. Burial was at Rocky Springs Church in Laurens. He was survived by a wife who was the daughter of Rev. Cobb of GA and one child. He was a telegraph operator and was suffering from consumption. Page 5, Newberry Observer 7/7/1905

Shockley, Claude Miss was moving to Columbia where her father had already moved. Newberry Observer 5/30/1901.

Shockley, Clyde presented a recitation ‘A Boy’s Rights’ at school closing. Newberry Observer 6/1/1898; Clyde Shockley, of Helena, ran against the sharp point of a broken corn stalk last week and had a deep hole punched into his leg. Newberry Observer 9/28/1898; Clyde Shockley moved to Talladega Alabama where he will work in the RR shops. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/14/1903.

Shockley, Daisey married Wilbur Welch on 2/7/1899 at Helena Community Presbyterian Manse, officiated by Rev. J. L. Williamson. The wedding supper was at the home of E. M. Evans. Witnesses were Lawson B. Kibler and Misses Claudia and Eunice Shockley, sister and cousin to the bride. Newberry Observer 2/9/1899

Shockley, Duncan had a 9-pound son to care for so he was reducing the prices of his lumber to defray costs, Herald 8/13/1885, page 3

Shockley, Duncan Mrs. gave the news staff sweet potatoes Herald 8/13/1885, page 3

Shockley, Emma Mrs., wife of J.D. Shockley, died at her home in Helena 11/16/1891 of pneumonia. Newberry Observer 11/21/1891

Shockley, Etta married Will Watts of Newberry at the home of the bride’s father near Clinton, 2/25/1891. Newberry Observer 3/5/1891

Shockley, Eunice Miss was elected Sponsor of the Excelsior Fire Company on 1/8/1900. Newberry Observer 1/11/1900; Miss Eunice Shockley, daughter of Irby B. Shockley of Helena, married T. Oswald Stewart of Newberry, at Central Methodist Church Parsonage on 3/17/1901 by Rev. W. I. Herbert. Newberry Observer 3/21/1901

Shockley, Gordan was a flagman for the Southern RR. He visited in Helena. Newberry Observer 3/28/1901; Gordon Shockley married Miss Tyler of Perrys, SC on 2/18/1903. They will live in Macon Ga. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/24/1903

Shockley, I. D. Mrs. of Helena was the sister of Mrs. J. D. Shockley of Helena and daughter of Mrs. J. W. Brown of Laurens, Herald 6/18/1885, page 3

Shockley, I. D. was the nephew of W. L. Shockley of Clinton. Newberry Observer, 11/1/1893; Irby Shockley, was a candidate for County Supervisor, Democrat. Newberry Observer, 4/4/1894; I. D. Shockleys cow swallowed a baseball and it lodged in her throat. A Negro boy was paid 25 cents to put his hand down her throat and retrieve the ball. Newberry now had the only cow ball player known. Newberry Observer, 6/20/1894; Irby D. Shockley got bit on the big toe by a mosquito and was not able to get about for a few days. Newberry Observer 9/22/1897; Irby D. Shockley received $75.50 as jail keeper during the Quarterly 10/1/1898 to 12/28/1898 and published according to the Act of the Legislature of 1897, page 2, Newberry Observer 1/5/1899; Irby D. Shockley had bought Whaley & Riser’s planing mill opposite the jail. Newberry Observer 9/21/1899; Irby D. Shockley was elected Intendant for the town of Helena on 12/5/1899. Newberry Observer 12/14/1899; Irby D. Shockley ran a ten-penny nail through his foot a week ago and was still using crutches. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/19/1902; Irby D. Shockley, male, white, died 10/17/1915 of cancer of the prostate gland. The deceased was 65 years, 7 days old, born in South Carolina, lived in Newberry SC. 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)

Shockley, Irby D. Mrs. 39 years old, died 8/11/1898. She leaves a mother, sister, brother, husband, 3 children. Burial was in Rosemont cemetery. Mrs. Shockley was the sister of Thomas Brown of Laurens Co. Newberry Observer 8/17/1898.

Shockley, Irby D. was building a two-story home on Harrington Street for Mrs. H. S. Boozer. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/12/1904; Irby D. Shockley lost the Democratic Primary held 8/30/1904 for County Sub Supervisor. Page 1, Newberry Observer 9/2/1904; I. D. Shockley was on a train in Pomaria when a rock smashed the glass right by his head. Luckily he had the blinds down. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/18/1904

Shockley, J. D. Mrs. of Helena was the sister of Mrs. I. D. Shockley of Helena and daughter of Mrs. J. W. Brown of Laurens, Herald 6/18/1885, page 3

Shockley, J. D. was building a cottage in Helena for himself next to Captain W. H. Holman’s, Herald 12/18/1884, page 3

Shockley, J. D. was the nephew of W. L. Shockley of Clinton. Newberry Observer, 11/1/1893; J. D. Shockley dropped the top of a well curbing from a wagon onto his foot. He was now on crutches. Newberry Observer, 11/29/1893; John D. Shockley had a rib broken last week from a fall off his workbench. Newberry Observer 4/20/1898; J. D. Shockly moved to a house on Cline Street. Page 5, Newberry Observer 9/22/1903

Shockley, Lillian Miss died of consumption on 11/13/1898. She was the sister of Mrs. J. W. Watts. Newberry Observer 11/16/1898.

Shockley, Mr. of Helena was thrown out of a wagon last week and seriously injured, Herald 4/24/1884, page 3

Shockley, Scurry works in NY with the Acme Printing House. Newberry Observer 1/10/1901; Surrey Shockley was living in NYC. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/27/1902; Scurry Shockley lived in Columbia. Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/8/1904; Scurry Shockley went to the St. Louis Exposition. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/19/1904

Shockley, W. L. of Clinton was the uncle of J. D. Shockley and I. D. Shockley of Newberry. Newberry Observer, 11/1/1893

Shodair, Louis formerly of Newberry opened a store in Butte Montana, Herald 10/2/1884 page 3

Shoemaker, B. J. Miss of Orangeburg County, married W. M. Cauthen, son of the officiating minister on 11/12/1878 by Rev. A. J. Cauthen. Newberry Herald 12/11/1878

Sholtz, Reeker gave testimony at the Coroner’s inquisition held 3/1/1880 at the Plantation of Mrs. Elizabeth L. Spearman, 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.

Shorter, Geneva Ruth, 95 years old, of Newberry, widow of William Shorter, died 10/16/2000 at J. F. Hawkins Nursing Home. Born in Newberry County she was a daughter of Tom Ruff and Lizzie Wilson Ruff. Burial was in Pleasant Grove AME Church Cemetery. Wilson Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 10/18/2000

Shott, William C. Professor of Newberry College married Louisa A. Johns of Newcomerstown, Ohio on 9/4/1890 by Rev. S. S. Adams. Newberry Observer 10/2/1890; Prof. And Mrs. Shott left on 3/31/1891 for Newcomerstown Ohio. The technical Dept. of Newberry College, of which Prof. Shott had charge, did not have enough students to warrant his staying. Newberry Observer 4/2/1891

showed a meteorite to the OBSERVER, which fell on his plantation in Chappells, Newberry County. It was the size of a man’s head. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/24/1902; B. W. Watkins sold 36 bales of cotton for 9.11/16 pound. Page 5, Newberry Observer 2/27/1903; Mrs. B. W. Watkins of Chappells was the niece of Mrs. W. W. Wallace. Newberry Observer 6/21/1900; Mrs. B. W. Watkins of Chappells was sister to Miss Beaufort Matthews. Page 5, Newberry Observer 3/13/1903; B. W. Watkins received a Smithsonian Institute’s analysis of a meteor, which had landed on his place. It was not a meteorite but Diorite. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/16/1903; B. W. Watkins bought 100 acres in Moon Township for $1060 at MASTER SALE. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/3/1905; B. W. Watkins was elected a delegate to the convention representing the Chappells Cotton Grower’s Association, Saluda Old Town District. Page 1, Newberry Observer 2/17/1905; B. W. Watkins bought at MASTER SALE 100 acres of land for $1060 in No. 7 Township. Page 5, Newberry Observer 3/3/1905

Shuford, Alice H. daughter of the officiating clergyman married Pete Chewning of Clarendon Co., SC., on 10/23/1879 at the Lewisville Parsonage by Rev. J. L. Shuford. Newberry Herald 11/12/1879

Shuford, J. L. Rev., of the SC Methodist Conference, died 2/19/1892 at Summerton, Clarendon County. His daughter was Mrs. L. Gilliam Senn of Smyrna. Newberry Observer 3/24/1892

Shuford, Superintendent at Chappells was killed in a cyclone, Herald 2/21/1884, page 3

Shull, Ethel Miss of Columbia visited her sister Mrs. John M. Buzhardt. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/28/1905

Shull, Lillian Miss will marry Johnnie Mitchell Kibler Buzhardt on 6/21/1905 at the home of W. F. Shull of Columbia. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/20/1905; She was the sister of Miss Ethel Shull of Columbia. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/28/1905

Shull, Mary Langford, 93 years old, died 9/17/1999. Born in Blythewood, she was a daughter of the late Albert Sidney and Melinda Rawl Langford, wife of the late Rev. Dr. Daniel M. Shull Sr. Newberry Observer 9/20/1999

Shultz, C. F. of Floyd Township moved into the home he just completed building. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/29/1905

Shuning, J. was a member of Co. ‘K’ Holcombe’s Brigade. He was missing at the Battle of Fredericksburg on 12/13/1862. Page 1, Newberry Observer 3/21/1905

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