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

LICENSE ORDINANCE for the city of Newberry, Page 5, Newberry Observer 1/6/1905; Page 5, Newberry Observer 1/13/1905; Page 2, Newberry Observer 1/20/1905

Lichenstein Mr. and Mrs. buried their only child, an infant. They are Jews and the baby was buried in Columbia in the ‘God’s Acre’ of the Israelites. Page 5, Newberry Observer 6/27/1905

Lietzsey, Custis was attending Newberry College. Newberry Observer, 3/9/1893

Lietzsey, Mary see Mrs. Mary L. BATES, Newberry Observer 8/9/1999

Lige, Mr. was hit in the face with a single tree by Mr. Hampton, a rival drayman, Herald 8/27/1885, page 3

Liggs, Fed (child of), male, black, died 7/7/1899 of cholera infantum. He was 2 years old, born in SC and lived in Newberry City for 2 years. Reported by Dr. J. H. McCullough. Burial was in the Colored Cemetery. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

LIGHTENING RODS - lengthy explanation of how the system works given by C. W. Welch, Herald 3/20/1884, page 2

Lightner, Fred colored, burglarized two stores in Chappells. He hid the goods in an outhouse near Ninety-Six. When the owner of the outhouse discovered the stolen merchandise he went to Chappells to inform the searching party. Newberry Observer 1/24/1889

Lightsey, Hattie Miss was a teacher at Johnstone Academy. Newberry Observer 10/5/1899

Lightsey, James Max, 77 years old, died 4/3/1999 at his residence near Fairfax. Born 3/31/1922, he was a son of the late Ralph L. Lightsey and Eula Harrison Lightsey. Burial was in Fairfax Cemetery. Newberry Observer 4/9/1999

Ligon, Charley of Spartanburg visited his Uncle R. D. Smith of Newberry. Newberry Observer, 7/20/1893

Ligon, Dr. Mrs. of Bradley, daughter of Larkin Reynolds of Abbeville County died 4/13/1884 from injuries sustained in a cyclone in February, Herald 4/24/1884, page 2

Ligon, G. H. was a candidate for Superintendent of Education in the Democratic Primary. Page 4, Newberry Observer 8/12/1904

Ligon, George Howe lost the Democratic Primary held 8/30/1904 for Superintendent of Education. Page 1, Newberry Observer 9/2/1904

Ligon, Howe was the son of Rev. R. C. Ligon. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/4/1905

Ligon, J. W., a teacher at Greenwood was home on vacation at Smyrna. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/29/1903

Ligon, Joe of Smyrna was working for the Copeland Bros. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/2/1904

Ligon, Joseph C. of Anderson, a merchant, visited his parents in Newberry. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/2/1904; Joseph Ligon, of Starr Anderson County visited his father Rev. T.C. Ligon. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/21/1905

Ligon, L. C., editor of the paper in Aiken died 2/1/1902. He was the brother of Rev. R. C. Ligon the Pastor of Smyrna Church. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/7/1902

Ligon, Margaret Louise Miss, daughter of Rev. R. C. Ligon of Smyrna will marry Benedict Marion Setzler, merchant of Pomaria, 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

Ligon, R. C. Rev. was the new Pastor of Smyrna Church. Newberry Observer 12/10/1901; formerly of Anderson, now resided in Newberry. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/19/1904; Rev. R. C. Ligon was suffering from a brain tumor. He was at the Dr. Weir Mitchell’s Sanitarium in Philadelphia and surgery may be necessary. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/23/1905; He was returning home with precarious health. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/27/1905; He was met in Washington by his son, Howe Ligon. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/4/1905; Rev. R. C. Ligon was the brother of Rev. T. C. Ligon. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/21/1905; He and his family moved to Anderson. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/8/1905; A tribute, Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/12/1905

Ligon, T. C Rev. his two years old child died 9/6/1878 of diphtheria. Newberry Herald, 9/11/1878; Rev. T. C. Ligon was visited by his son, Joseph Ligon of Starr, Anderson County. Rev. T. C. Ligon was the brother of Rev. R. C. Ligon. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/21/1905

Ligon, Thomas C. Rev., 44 years old, died in Columbia 5/12/1902. Page 1, Newberry Observer 5/16/1902

Ligon, Wideman Professor went to Pawley’s Island for a week. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/19/1904; Wideman Ligon was ‘roughing it’ with five other men from Newberry on a camping trip. Page 5, Newberry Observer 8/8/1905; About his trip, Page 4, Newberry Observer 8/15/1905

Liles, Dave gave testimony at the Coroner’s inquisition held 10/6/1879 in at the Plantation of J. J Paysinger in Township No. 8, Newberry County SC. Information was from CORONER’S INQUISITIONS, printed in the Fall 2000 Quarterly of the Old Newberry Chapter Gen. Society. Records taken from film kept at the SC Archives.

Liles, George D. F. was the barber in Prosperity, The Prosperity Advertiser 11/24/1897, page 4;

Lilesford, Reuben was advertised as having mail at the Newberry Post Office for pick-up, Herald 1/10/1884, page 3

LILLIAN RUSSELL – she bought a $1,800 collar for her dog. Page 1, Newberry Observer 8/30/1904

Lilly, C. A. was the director of the Palmetto Regiment band, Herald 8/13/1885, page 2

LINCOLN, ABRAHAM – the FORD THEATER where he was assassinated was used afterward by the Government. The building collapsed 6/9/1893 killing 24 employees; much in-depth story, Newberry Observer 6/15/1893, page 2 his body was moved shortly after burial to prevent desecration, Herald 11/29/1883, page 2; He was the son of John C. Calhoun, by D. J. Knotts, Page 8, column 5, Newberry Observer 3/11/1896; Disputed by J. L. Tribble, page 1, column 3, Newberry Observer 3/18/1896; Abraham Lincoln, a story, page 7, Newberry Observer 1/10/1902; ABRAHAM LINCOLN ASSASSINATED – a recopy of the front page on April 14, 1865, Page 1, Newberry Observer 4/14/1905

Lincoln, Abraham, 17-year-old son of Robert Lincoln, the US Minister, died 3/5/1890 from blood poisoning. Newberry Observer 3/6/1890

Linder, male, black, delivered by (information not given) on 1/26/1907. Parents are Cap Linder, laborer, and Lillie Linder, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Lindler, Andrew Omerle, 86 years old, died 9/27/1999. He was born in Chapin, SC., the son of the late Jonas and Maggie Meetze Lindler. Burial was in Ridge Crest Memorial Park. Barr-Price Funeral Home, Batesburg/Leesville Chapel was in charge. Newberry Observer 9/29/1999

Lindler, Arthur received second honors for the fourth grade at Little Mountain School for the period 12/1/1904 to 2/1/1905. Page 5, Newberry Observer 2/3/1905

Lindler, Bessie Miss married John Meetze at the Lutheran Parsonage at Piney Woods officiated by Rev. E. J. Sox. Page 5, Newberry Observer 7/14/1905

Lindler, Calvin, 40 years old, of Prosperity, died 8/15/2000 at Newberry County Memorial Hospital. Born in Newberry County he was a son of Rosa Mae Ruff Lindler and John Henry Lindler Sr. Burial was in Mt. Olive AME Church Cemetery in Prosperity. Wilson Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer, 8/16/2000; Newberry Observer, 8/18/2000

Lindler, Carl Edgar, 93 years old, of Little Mountain, died 6/23/2000 at Newberry County Memorial Hospital. Born in Newberry County he was a son of John Wesley and Jane Boland Lindler. Burial was in St. Peter Lutheran Church Cemetery. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 6/26/2000

Lindler, E. L. Dr., who had previously faked his death along the side of the Enoree River, was in jail in McKinney TX on charges of bigamy. He was a graduate of Wofford College and Baltimore Medical College. He married first Nannie Moore and second Sally Eubank. Newberry Herald 3/21/1889

Lindler, Ella see Mrs. Ella L. MARS, Newberry Observer 12/11/2000

Lindler, Isaiah bought from Preston Dominick a 42-acre farm in Lexington County for $504. Newberry Observer 1/18/1900

Lindler, J. Virgil, 90 years old, husband of Faye Haltiwanger Lindler, died 3/1/1998 at Lowman Nursing Home. Born in Chapin, he was a son of Jacob Kelly and Leila Stoudemire Lindler. Burial was in Capers Chapel Methodist Church Cemetery. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 3/2/1998

Lindler, James ‘Boochie’ Jr. died 9/24/2000 at DC General Hospital in Washington DC. Born in Newberry County he was a son of James ‘Jim’ and Annie Lindler. His stepmother was Ruby Lindler of Prosperity. Burial was in Lower Mount Olive AME Church. F. B. Pratt & Son Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 9/29/2000

Lindler, James Edward Sr., 74 years old, died 2/26/1999 at Newberry County Memorial Hospital. Born in Newberry County, he was the son of the late Roscoe and Ella Lindler. Burial was in Mount Olive A.M.E. Church Cemetery. F.B. Pratt & Son Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 3/1/1999

Lindler, James Stanley, 68 years old, husband of Doris Hill Lindler, died 6/8/2000. Born in Richland County he was a son of George Adam and Mary Rister Lindler. Burial was in Holy Trinity Lutheran Church Cemetery. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer, 6/9/2000

Lindler, M. Ellain see M. Ellain AMICK, Newberry Observer 7/9/1999

Lindler, M. P. of Chapin graduated from Newberry College. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/20/1902

Lindler, Rilsy, female, white, died 7/11/1897, of typhoid fever. She lived in Ward 5, was 14 years old, born in Newberry City. Reported by Dr. P. G. Ellisor. Buried in Prosperity, SC. (Record of Death Returns for the City of Newberry kept at the Newberry County Library)

Lindler, Robert E., 42 years old, died 10/18/1999 at his home. Born in Newberry County, he was a son of the late James Edward Lindler Sr. and Annie Kibler Lindler. Burial was in Mount Olive A. M. E. Church Cemetery. Newberry Observer 10/20/1999

Lindler, Ruby see Ruby Lindler PHILLIPS, Newberry Observer 6/7/1999

Lindly, J. H. of Laurens his 9 year old son was dragged to his death by a mule, Newberry Observer 9/21/1893, page 3

Lindsay, A. B. colored, was appointed committeeman for the Republican Party for Township No. 2. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/19/1904

Lindsay, Amelia, female, black, died 1/29/1915 of cerebral hemorrhage. The deceased was 5 years old, born in Newberry City, 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)

Lindsay, Annie see Mrs. Annie Lindsay DEWALT, Newberry Observer 11/22/1999

Lindsay, Beckey, female, black, died 3/12/1909 of consumption. The deceased was 22 years old, born in Newberry, resided in Newberry City for 22 years. Dr. W. G. Houseal M. D. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Lindsay, Ben colored, found a perfectly white ground mole in Graveltown on 4/30/1889. Newberry Herald 5/2/1889; Ben Lindsay colored, dropped dead 9/26/1898 while riding in a wagon on his way from home in Graveltown to Newberry. Newberry Observer 9/28/1898

Lindsay, Bessie, female, black, died 3/10/1907 of pulmonary Tuberculosis. She was 16 years old, born in Newberry, resided in Newberry SC for 16 years. Reported by Dr. W. E. Pelham Jr. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Lindsay, Bill enlisted as a substitute for Jim Davis and was killed in the Civil War. Lindsay was a good soldier. From a letter from James Lindsay, Co. ‘E’ 3rd SCV, Cleveland Ohio 10/4/1902 to Samuel L. Atchison, Whitmire SC, Newberry Observer, Page 8, 11/14/1902.

Lindsay, F. M. Mrs. broke an egg for cooking and to her surprise found a smaller egg inside. Newberry Observer 4/10/1895

Lindsay, F. M. was awarded $16.50 appropriation for an artificial limb as an ex-confederate soldier, Newberry Observer 6/15/1893, page 3; F. M. Lindsay joined the newly formed James D. Nance Camp of Confederate Veterans of Newberry. Newberry Observer, 7/6/1893; F. M. Lindsay won the Primary election of 8/25/1896 for Coroner. Newberry Observer 9/2/1896; He received $62.50 as Coroner during the Quarterly ending 6/30/1899 and published according to the Act of the Legislature of 1897, Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/13/1899; F. M. Lindsay announced his candidacy as a candidate for the office of Coroner. Page 4, Newberry Observer 4/12/1904; F. M. Lindsay was a candidate for Coroner in the Democratic Primary. Page 4, Newberry Observer 8/12/1904; F. M. Lindsay, coroner, used a four-year-old ticket to attend a reunion in Little Mountain. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/26/1904; F. Marion Lindsay won the Democratic Primary held 8/30/1904 for Coroner. Page 1, Newberry Observer 9/2/1904

Lindsay, Fannie Miss married Marion Lindsay on 2/17/1884 by Rev. J. Steck DD at the home of Miss Polly Gauntt, Herald 2/21/1884, page 3

Lindsay, female, black, delivered by midwife Patsey Young, on 12/19/1900. Parents were Bob and Maggie Lindsay, laborers, of Newberry City, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Lindsay, female, white, delivered by Dr. W. G. Houseal, at Newberry City, on 11/19/1904. Parents were James and Mrs. Lindsay, cotton mill operatives, of Newberry City, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Lindsay, Frank MAYOR’S COURT, gambling, $3 or 30 days, Page 8, Newberry Observer 11/3/1903

Lindsay, H. B. was paid $4.00 for salary as Township Assessor; Supervisor’s Quarterly Report ending 3/21/1899 printed in the Newberry Observer 4/6/1899; H. B. Lindsay was 1904 Assessor for Township No. 7. Page 4, Newberry Observer 2/12/1904; H. B. Lindsay was elected a member of the executive committee of the Chappells Cotton grower’s Association, Saluda Old Town District. Page 1, Newberry Observer 2/17/1905

Lindsay, H. R. had a silver piece dated 1795. Newberry Observer, 5/16/1894; Henry R. Lindsay, 38 years old, died 1/12/1901 at his home in the city. He was survived by a wife and a brother. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. Newberry Observer 1/17/1901; Henry B. Lindsay, male, white, died 1/12/1901 of Bright’s disease. He was 38 years old, born in SC and lived in Newberry, SC for 38 years. Reported by Dr. J. M. Kibler. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Lindsay, Henry of Newberry was in Atlanta attending Business College with only 2 weeks to completing the course. He became ill and his brother John went to Atlanta and brought him back to Newberry, Herald 1/20/1886, page 3;

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

Lindsay, James was a Private of the QUITMAN RIFLES, part of the original roll, published on Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/4/1900; James Lindsay, deserted on 10/19/1864 and took the oath of allegiance. From a letter from James Lindsay, Co. ‘E’ 3rd SCV, Cleveland Ohio 10/4/1902 to Samuel L. Atchison, Whitmire SC, Newberry Observer, Page 8, 11/14/1902; His family Bible stated he was born 8/27/1827 and died 1/3/1865. He was a member of Co. ‘E’ 3rd Regt. He went off to war leaving a wife and two sons, John A. and Henry. He was taken prisoner at the battle of Cedar Run VA on 10/14/1864 and his family never heard of him after that time. Hugh Rogers of Saluda said he was in prison with John A. Lindsay at Point Lookout MD and that Mr. Lindsay took sick and was sent to the hospital and was later told he was dead. A few days ago James Lindsay wrote a letter to Samuel L. Atchison of Whitmire who was a member of Co ‘E’ 3rd Regt. He wrote from Cleveland Ohio at the time, living in Toledo and expected to revisit his old home. James Lindsay would now be 75 years old. In the meantime his ‘widow’ married his brother F. M. Lindsay, the present coroner of Newberry County. She was a daughter of the late Captain James Gauntt. She died 21 years ago and since then the son Henry Lindsay had also died. Page 5, Newberry Observer 11/4/1902; More about the letter and what it means. Page 8, Newberry Observer 11/14/1902; The truth had finally come out. The letter was a hoax. It was written by J. E. Cofield to S. L. Atchison for the purpose of playing a joke on John Duckett and other surviving members of the 3rd Regt. They never thought it would be published in a newspaper or go as far as it did. W. T. Smith of Whitmire exposed the prank in the newspaper, Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/12/1904

Lindsay, James was listed as a town constable, Conservatist 3/?/1858

Lindsay, John A. his house on Calhoun Street was struck by lightening on Saturday, 4/21/1900. It was rented to Wade Perry colored, whose wife was lying on a lounge in front of the fireplace when it struck. She received a severe shock but soon regained consciousness. Newberry Observer 4/26/1900

Lindsay, John A. Mrs. near Newberry was the daughter of Mrs. M. E. Reid. Newberry Observer, 2/2/1893

Lindsay, John of Newberry went to Atlanta on account of the sickness of his brother Henry Lindsay who attended Business College there. They both returned to Newberry. Henry had only 2 weeks to go in his studies, Herald 1/20/1886, page 3;

Lindsay, John, McKenzie, male, black, died 11/30/1902 of typhoid fever. He was 19 years old, born in SC and lived in Newberry, SC for 1 year. Reported by Dr. T. W. Smith. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Lindsay, M. J. Miss was advertised having a letter for pick up at the Post Office, Herald 8/28/1884, page 3

Lindsay, Maggie see Maggie Lindsay HILL, Newberry Observer 10/16/2000 & 10/18/2000

Lindsay, male, white, delivered by Dr. W. G. Houseal on 1/20/1900. Parents Mr. and Mrs. John A. Lindsay, of Newberry City, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Lindsay, Marion married Miss Fannie Lindsay on 2/17/1884 by Rev. J. Steck DD at the home of Miss Polly Gauntt, Herald 2/21/1884, page 3

Lindsay, Mary Britt Mrs. married Thomas N. Parks, cashier at the Southern Depot, at the home of the bride on 11/28/1905, officiated by the Rev. L. Seabrook. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/1/1905

Lindsay, Merritt colored, shot Andrew Hawkins colored, in the head near Graddick’s Ferry on Saluda River. Newberry Observer 3/18/1896; Merritt Lindsay, COURT OF SESSIONS, murder, not guilty. Newberry Observer 3/25/1896

Lindsay, Mr. colored, who lived on the P. N. Livingston farm, lost a 6-year-old child, who fell off the back porch and broke its spine. Newberry Observer 5/16/1901.

Lindsay, Nathan Jr. was arrested in Spartanburg. He had several outstanding warrants. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/29/1903

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

Lindsay, Negro, was killed instantly when his pistol exploded on 10/31/1897. Newberry Observer 11/3/1897

Lindsay, P. N., the person in charge of the convict labor on Clemson College shot and killed W. D. James, Forman of the College farm on 5/12/1896. Newberry Observer 5/20/1896

Lindsay, Sarah Penn, 65 years old, wife of George "Pig" Lindsay Jr., died 6/2/1998 at Providence Hospital. Born in Newberry, she was a daughter of David and Daisy Mendenhall Penn. Burial was in St. Mary AME Church Cemetery. F. B. Pratt & Son Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 6/3/1998 & 6/5/1998; Sarah Lindsay, 7/14/1932 – 6/2/1998, a picture and memoriam. Newberry Observer 6/2/2000

Lindsay, Spencer Leon, died 1/9/2000. Born in Newberry Co., he was a son of Lillie Mae Lindsay and James Lee Lindsay. F. B. Pratt & Son Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 1/10/2000 & 1/12/2000

Lindsay, Thomas, was a member of Co. ‘L’ Palmetto Regt., SCV at the siege of Vera Cruz, Mexico 1847. Newberry Observer 11/14/1889

Lindsay, Tom colored, was in an incident 7/25/1891. Page 3, column 2, Newberry Observer 7/30/1890

Lindsay, W. K., was appointed a manager of elections at Stoney Battery, 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

Lindsay, William colored, drowned while crossing the Saluda River in a bateau. Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/21/1902

Lindsey, Bennie was advertised as having an unclaimed letter at the Prosperity Post office. Page 1, Newberry Observer 12/9/1904

Lindsey, David Allen, 39 years old, died 12/13/1999 at Providence Hospital. Born in Newberry County, he was a son of Mrs. Ponzell Coleman Lindsey and the late John Lindsey Jr. F.B. Pratt & Son Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 12/15/1999

Lindsey, Earnest, 71 years old, died at Palmetto Richland Memorial Hospital. Born in Newberry County he was a son of David Lindsay and Lucinda Lindsay Boozer. Burial was in Mt. Moriah A.M.E. Church Cemetery. F.B. Pratt & Son Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 2/12/1999

Lindsey, Henry B. of Saluda had a farm for sale. Newberry Observer 9/17/1891

Lindsey, Marietta Montgomery, female, black, delivered by F. K. Shealy MD. on 10/7/1916. Parents were Forest Lindsey, cotton mill operative, born in SC, and Fannie Montgomery Lindsey, born in SC, living in Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library); Marietta M. Lindsey, female, black, died 10/9/1916, premature birth. The deceased was born in SC., and died in Newberry City at 2 days of age, Reported by F. K. Shealy M. D. Burial was in Union Cemetery. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Lindsey, Minnie, female, black, died 1/5/1907 of pneumonia. She was 68 years old, born in Silverstreet, resided in Silverstreet. Reported by Dr. W. A. Dunn M. D. Burial was in Silverstreet. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Lindzey, Zena Mrs. was advertised having a letter for pick up at the Post Office, Herald 5/15/1884, page 3

Lines, Joseph was opening a candy factory in Columbia but will keep his store in Newberry. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/23/1903.

Link, Annie see Annie Link LAIRD, Newberry Observer 3/15/1999

Link, Robert S. was postmaster at Abbeville. Page 1, Newberry Observer 2/7/1902

Linton, Irwin H. of Washington DC will marry Miss Helen Pauline Grier of Due West, daughter of W. M. Grier on 10/18/1905 Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/13/1905

Lipford, Dora, daughter of Mrs. William Lipford, had a growth removed from her throat by Dr. James H. McIntosh. Newberry Observer 10/12/1899

Lipford, Edward, a bachelor, was found frozen to death near his home at Waterloo. He was 60 years old, and lived with his brother. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/30/1903

LIPSCOMB vs BLODGETT – Court of Common Pleas – order to strike off, Herald 2/14/1884, page 3

Lipscomb, Arthur Simmons died 5/17/1897. He fell from a RR car in Saluda. He was born Dec. 1875 in Newberry, son of James N. and Mary A. Lipscomb. He leaves 11 brothers. Newberry Observer 5/19/1897

Lipscomb, Beatrice Sweet, 82 years old, died Wednesday evening in her residence. Born in Flint Michigan, Mrs. Lipscomb was a daughter of the late Amos Sweet and Olive Johnson Sweet Woodruff. McSwain–Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Burial was in Newberry Memorial Gardens. Newberry Observer 10/8/1999

Lipscomb, Captain was suffering from a severe cold and cough since his return from the State grange meeting in Charleston, Herald 2/12/1885, page 3

Lipscomb, Col. the superintendent of the penitentiary gave vegetables to the news staff, Herald 4/24/1884, page 3

Lipscomb, E. M. Mrs. was elected L. A. Steward of the SC State Grange, Herald 2/12/1885, page 2

Lipscomb, Frank P., son of Senator James N. Lipscomb, died in Atlanta GA. on 5/7/1878. He was twenty-eight years old, and was in bad health for several months. Newberry Herald 5/22/1878

Lipscomb, Garrett 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

Lipscomb, J. N. Captain of Columbia visited his brother M. B. Lipscomb of Newberry, Herald 9/6/1883, page 3; He was seen in Newberry, Herald 2/28/1884, page 3; He was confined to his room with illness, Herald 3/27/1884, page 3; He was in Newberry, Herald, 5/8/1884, page 3; J. N. Lipscomb of Columbia SC was elected Worthy Master of the SC State Grange, Herald 2/12/1885, page 2

Lipscomb, J. N. Mrs. – a tribute to her by the State Grange, Herald 2/21/1884, page 2

Lipscomb, James Captain, Sec. of State was in Newberry, Herald, 5/8/1884, page 3; Captain James N. Lipscomb was opposed to free education and gave his reasons, Herald 9/13/1883, page 2; He was the father of Milledge Lipscomb, 25 years old. Newberry Observer, 2/2/1893

Lipscomb, James N. Col., 64 years old, died 6/16/1891 at the home of his son-in-law, J. W. L. Arthur, Bryson City, NC. Page 3, column 3, Newberry Observer 6/18/1891

Lipscomb, James N. Hon. Married Miss Ella Motte on 7/3/1884 by Rev. William Hanckell, Herald 7/10/1884, page 2

Lipscomb, M. L. Captain of ‘96’ his milch cow died of rabies, Herald 4/5/1883, page 3

Lipscomb, Marcie Miss returned to College after a visit with Mrs. Motte, Herald 7/23/1885, page 3

Lipscomb, Mary Owens 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

Lipscomb, Milledge 25 years old was the son of Captain James N. Lipscomb. Newberry Observer, 2/2/1893

Lipscomb, Milledge B., of Ninety-Six, married Mary Motte of Newberry, 9/5/1878 by Rev. John W. Motte. Newberry Herald, 9/11/1878; Milledge Lipscomb and wife visited Mrs. Motte and returned home accompanied by Miss Caro Motte, Herald 1/11/1883, page 3; M. B. Lipscomb was visited by his brother Captain J. N. Lipscomb of Columbia, Herald 9/6/1883, page 3; Mr. and Mrs. M. B Lipscomb. visited in Newberry, Herald 6/19/1884, page 3; Captain and Mrs. M. B. Lipscomb of ‘96’ visited in Newberry, Herald 10/9/1884, page 3; they moved to Newberry and occupied the home of Junius Chapman of College Hill who moved to FL, Herald 10/30/1884, page 3; they will not permanently move to Newberry. He was keeping his domicile and citizenship in Abbeville County, Herald 11/27/1884, page 3; Captain Milledge B. Lipscomb of Ninety-Six visited his daughter, Mrs. E. S. Motte of Newberry. Newberry Observer, 2/2/1893; was visited by his daughter and family Mrs. E. S. Motte, Observer 3/9/1893, page 3; Captain Milledge B. Lipscomb of ‘96’ died. His niece, Miss Marguerite Cromer attended the funeral. He died 6/5/1904 at his home and was buried at ‘96’. He was the husband of Mary Motte of Newberry. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/7/1904

Lipscomb, Milledge Mrs. of Ninety-Six was the daughter of Mrs. Margaret Motte. Newberry Observer 11/10/1897 & 11/17/1897; Her brother was Captain E. S. Motte of Greenville. Newberry Observer 11/17/1897

Lipscomb, T. J. Mrs. visited her sister Mrs. Dr. Pope, Herald 9/25/1884 page 3; Mrs. T. J. Lipscomb of Columbia visited her sister, Mrs. S. Pope. Newberry Observer 1/26/1899; Mrs. Thomas J. Lipscomb of Columbia was the sister of Mrs. S. Pope of Newberry. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/20/1904; Mrs. Thomas J. Lipscomb was the grand daughter to Chief Justice John Belton O’Neall. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/7/1905

Lipscomb, Thomas A., dueled with D. A. Dickert. Shots were exchanged and Captain Dickert received a wound in his right arm, the ball entering between the hand and the elbow and Col. Lipscomb being shot in the breast. They were both in the Civil War. They have since apologized to each other. Both are thought to recover from their wounds. Newberry Herald, 8/28/1878.

Lipscomb, Thomas J. Col., moved into the Mayes House on the corner of Adams and Boundary Streets. Newberry Herald 1/9/1878; Col. T. J. Lipscomb takes charge of the Penitentiary today. He had filed his bond for $20,000 with surety. Newberry Herald 12/25/1878; Col. T. J. Lipscomb was moving his family from Newberry to Columbia. Newberry Herald, 1/15/1878.; T. J. Lipscomb brought suit against the bondsmen of the Edgefield/Trenton/Augusta RR for $4400 for some escaped convicts, Herald 3/8/1883, page 1 was in charge of the Penitentiary in Columbia and doing a good job of it, Herald 6/5/1884, page 2; he went to Glenn Springs for vacation, Herald 8/21/1884, page 3; T. J. Lipscomb and family vacationed at Glenn Springs, Herald 8/20/1885, page 3; Col. Thomas J. Lipscomb, newly elected Mayor of Columbia, was born in Abbeville 3/27/1833, son of John Lipscomb (born 1790 SC) and Sarah M. Bonham, sister of Gov. M. L. Bonham. His grandfather was Nathan Lipscomb, a native of VA, He was educated in SC College, Univ. of VA, Phila. Medical College and in Charleston Medical College where he graduated in 1854. He spent 6 months in NY and 18 months in Paris France. Being called home due to his father’s illness he bought a plantation in Laurens and after 3 years sold it and bought a plantation near Newberry where he remained until 1861. He volunteered in the Confederate Army and was made 2nd Lieut. of Co. B 3rd Regt. Col. James Williams commanding. He was in the 1st Battle of Bull Run and then Col. Bonham took him as an Aide-de-Camp. He served with him until the General was elected Governor in 1862 and then served on the staff of Gen. J. B. Kershaw until the early part of 1863. He then raised a Cavalry and was made Captain of it and was assigned to Gen. Wade Hampton’s command. At the Battle of Stevensburg he was made Major and soon after as Lieut. Col. at Gettysburg, he was made Colonel, which he remained for the duration of the war. He was in the Battles of Brandy Station, Antietam, Gettysburg, Thoroughfare Gap, and in all the Battles Gen. Hampton participated and in the Campaign of North Carolina. After the war he returned to his plantation until 1867 when it was burned. He remained away from home and in 1870 settled in Newberry in the occupation of buying cotton until 1878. He was then elected as superintendent of the Penitentiary until 1890. He married 1868 to Hattie Harrington, daughter of William H. Harrington and granddaughter of Chief Justice O’Neal. Six children were born but all are deceased except Mr. T. J. Lipscomb Jr. Newberry Observer 3/23/1898; Thomas J. Lipscomb was a charter member of Newberry Lodge No. 335 Knight of Honor, which was organized 9/15/1878. Newberry Observer 2/16/1898; He was Mayor of Columbia for about a month and he was met with approval. Newberry Observer 6/8/1898; Col. T. J. Lipscomb, Mayor of Columbia, visited in Newberry. Newberry Observer 2/2/1899; Thomas J. Lipscomb, formerly of Co. B. 3rd Regt. SCV, later transferred to another company, was still living. Newberry Observer 8/8/1901

Lipscomb, Thomas J., son of Col. T. J. Lipscomb will marry Miss Victoria Jordan, daughter of Valentine S. Jordan on 4/30/1902 at Grace Church, Camden. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/18/1902

Lipscomb, Tommie of Columbia visited Dr. Pope, Herald 6/18/1885, page 3;

Lipscomb, Willie, son of Col. T. J. Lipscomb, fell from a buggy 3/16/1889 and broke his arm. Newberry Herald 3/21/1889; William Harrington Lipscomb, 23 years old, oldest son of Col. T. J. Lipscomb of Arsenal Hill Columbia died 1/26/1897 of pneumonia. He was an apt lawyer born 10/17/1874 and was of the first graduating Law class of University of the South Sewanee, GA. He was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon of Sewanee. He was survived by his parents and a younger brother. Burial was in the Family Burial Ground in Newberry. Newberry Observer 1/27/1897

Lister, R. C. Dr. was a practicing physician graduate of New York College. He was a witness at the Coroner’s Inquisition to the murder of Warren Williams at Cromer’s Corner on Election Day. A record of the inquisition was kept at the SC State Archives and was printed in the Old Newberry Chapter Quarterly, Summer 2001 edition

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

Litsey, Lige was advertised having a letter for pick up at the Post Office, Herald 10/23/1884, page 3

LITTLE MOUNTAIN - A. N. Boland and the CN&L RR will build a large shed at Mr. Boland’s springs at the foot of Little Mountain for the convenience of picnic parties. Newberry Observer 3/2/1893, page 3; Little Mountain wants annexation from Lexington County to Newberry County, Page 3, Newberry Observer 1/10/1901; LITTLE MOUNTAIN was hit by a cyclone, Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/8/1902; LITTLE MOUNTAIN and its good points, Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/3/1905; Professor R. E. Unger was Principal of Little Mountain graded school. Page 5, Newberry Observer 3/7/1905

LITTLE MOUNTAIN OIL MILL received a charter from the State. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/20/1904; Directors were chosen. Work on the new mill will be done in time for the next crop of cotton. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/27/1904; It was nearly complete. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/9/1904; LITTLE MOUNTAIN OIL MILL was running and doing nice work. Page 1, Newberry Observer 3/3/1905; Joe B. Derrick was President of LITTLE MOUNTAIN OIL MILL, Page 1, Newberry Observer 7/28/1905; LITTLE MOUNTAIN OIL MILL increased its capital stock by 25%. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/30/1904

Little, Addie colored, died suddenly on 10/10/1894 of Natural causes. She lived on C. W. Buford Carr’s place. An inquest was held. Newberry Observer, 10/17/1894

Little, Allen, was a member of Co. ‘L’ Palmetto Regt., SCV at the siege of Vera Cruz, Mexico 1847. Newberry Observer 11/14/1889

Little, George F. Mrs. of Tylersville, Laurens County, was the daughter of deceased Z. F. Wright and Mrs. Jane Wright and the sister of Z. B. Wright, W. F. Wright, R. D. Wright, George P. Wright, Hadkell Wright, Julian Wright and deceased Mrs. William G. Mayes. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/2/1904

Little, J. P. was appointed post master of Laurens, Observer 3/30/1893, page 2

Little, James H., 35 years old, died at his home in Clinton 9/11/1892 after a long illness. Newberry Observer 9/15/1892

Little, John colored, was shot by G.P. Butler colored, details, Page 3, column 3, Newberry Observer 2/20/1890

Little, Leon, 15-year-old son of Mrs. Amanda Little of Jonesville, S. C., while rabbit hunting, tripped, and accidentally discharged the gun - shooting himself through the stomach. He will live only a few hours. His father died in a hunting accident a few years ago at the same place. Newberry Observer, 1/26/1893

Little, Luther W. Jr., died 3/23/1999. Born in Marshville NC, he was a son of Luther Washington and Ada Isabelle Tredaway Little Sr. Burial was in Woodridge Memorial Park. Newberry Observer 3/26/1999

Little, Miss of Laurens attended the Newberry College Commencement Ball at the Opera House, Herald 7/3/1884, page 3

Little, Nellie Pfouts, 80 years old, widow of John B. Little, died 1/20/1998 in Columbia. Born in Limestone, NY she was a daughter of George E. and Vivian Lillian Ruoff Pfouts. Burial was in Maplewood Cemetery, Springville, NY. Smith-Weismantel Funeral Home, Springville, NY was in charge. Newberry Observer

Littlefield, Robert Alexander married Hattie E. Payne, both of Spartanburg on 1/5/1890 by Rev. W.J. Langston. Newberry Observer 1/9/1890

Littlejohn, Dr. a dentist, had offices over the Counts Bros. store. He had a Columbia hydraulic chair. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/11/1904; Dr. T. F. LittleJohn, of Prosperity, was in Newberry to register so that he can vote in the primary. Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/7/1905; Dr. T. F. LittleJohn went to be at the bedside of his sick sister in Mississippi. Page 5, Newberry Observer 12/5/1905

Littlejohn, Fannie married Rev. S. A. Nettles, formerly of the Newberry Methodist City Mission, on 6/25/1899. Newberry Observer 6/29/1899

Littleton, Happy see Happy Littleton GALT, Newberry Observer 12/23/1998

Litzsey, Carrie married George Simpson Long, both of Newberry on 12/14/1890 by Rev. J. H. Wyse. Newberry Observer 1/1/1891

Litzsey, Jacob C. and his brother Langdon bought a piece of machinery, the Osborne reaper, that gathers and heaps the grain better than done by hand. Herald 6/21/1883, page 3

Litzsey, Jacob colored, stole meat from the property of Phillip Sligh, deceased. He was now in jail. Newberry Herald 3/15/1883; He was admitted to bail by Justice Packer and Reid in the sum of $250 His sureties were his father, Elijah Litzsey and Mr. T. V. Wicker. Jacob was represented by Johnstone & Cromer. Herald 5/3/1883, page 3; COURT, Burglary & Larceny, continued, Herald 7/12/1883, page 3; guilty, one year in the Penitentiary. Newberry Herald 11/1/1883; The Governor refused to grant a pardon, Herald 7/17/1884, page 3

Litzsey, Langdon, and his brother Jacob C. bought a piece of machinery, the Osborne reaper that gathered and heaped the grain better than done by hand. Herald 6/21/1883, page 3

Litzsey, T. B. was elected delegate of the Working Men’s Democratic Club of Township No. 2 for the County Democratic Convention, Herald 6/12/1884, page 3

Litzsey, W.L. will give a barbecue at his place 8/16/1890. Newberry Observer, 7/24/1890

Livingston, ____ married Margaret "Peggy" Maffett. Newberry Herald, 10/22/1879

Livingston, A. J. was awarded $26 appropriation for an artificial limb as an ex-confederate soldier, Newberry Observer 6/15/1893, page 3;

Livingston, A. J. was paid $4.35 for Ordinary County Funds 1882, 1883, Herald 3/13/1884, page 2; He joined the newly formed James D. Nance Camp of Confederate Veterans of Newberry. Newberry Observer, 7/6/1893; A. J. Livingston served in 3rd Regt. in the war. Newberry Observer 11/17/1897; A. J. Livingston 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; A. J. Livingston was Sergeant of Company ‘B’ 3rd Regt. Confederate War, Page 5, Newberry Observer 11/25/1902

Livingston, A. L., formerly of Co. ‘B’ 3rd Regt. SCV was still living. Newberry Observer 8/8/1901

Livingston, Alice C. Miss married Rev. James S. Porter on December 1880. He died 4/11/1902 in Florida. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/15/1902

Livingston, Andrew died 1/10/1897 of pneumonia. Burial was at the graveyard of St. Paul’s Church. Newberry Observer 1/13/1897

Livingston, Andrew J. was selected to serve on the Grand Jury for 1886, Herald 1/20/1886, page 3; He lost a leg 5/6/1864 at the Battle of the Wilderness. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/6/1904; A. J. Livingston lost his leg in the Civil War at the Battle of the Wilderness. Page 6, Newberry Observer 8/5/1904; Andrew J. Livingston was a candidate for County Supervisor in the Democratic Primary. Page 4, Newberry Observer 8/12/1904; Andrew J. Livingston lost the Democratic Primary held 8/30/1904 for County Supervisor. Page 1, Newberry Observer 9/2/1904; Andrew J. Livingston lost the second Democratic Primary held 9/13/1904 for the office of County Supervisor. Page 1, Newberry Observer 9/16/1904

Livingston, Andrew, Mr. and Mrs. of Jolly St. buried an infant child at St. Paul Church graveyard on 11/23/1890. Newberry Observer 11/27/1890

Livingston, Anna Mrs. was the daughter to J. J. Hipp of Newberry. Newberry Observer 7/26/1900

Livingston, Armenia Miss returned from Sumter Institute, Observer 6/22/1893, page 3

Livingston, B. M. D. was clerking for Moseley Bros. Page 1, Newberry Observer 11/25/1904; He was moving to Prosperity soon. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/13/1904

Livingston, Baby, female, white, died 10/11/1910, of entero colitis. The deceased was 5 months old, born in Newberry Co., South Carolina, resided in Newberry City for 5 months. Reported by T. W. Smith M. D. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Livingston, Belle Miss married Alonzo Kinard on 12/24/ 1905 at the St. Paul’s Church Parsonage officiated by the Rev. J. A. Sligh. Page 1, Newberry Observer 12/29/1905

Livingston, Bossie and family were involved in a fire on 9/15/1904. They think rats and matches in the bureau started the fire. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/23/1904

Livingston, Brooks of Abbeville was the brother of Hal Livingston of Abbeville and J. F. Livingston of Newberry. Newberry Observer 7/18/1894

Livingston, Catherine Mrs. 74 years old, widow of John M. Livingston, died at the home of her son Daniel G. Livingston in the Silverstreet section on 3/7/1901. She was buried in New Chapel Cemetery. She leaves the following children: Mrs. George A. Langford, Mrs. L. Q. Fellers, Mrs. James S. Porter, Mrs. J. J. Long, Mr. Preston B. Livingston, Mr. Daniel G. Livingston. Newberry Observer 3/14/1901

Livingston, Charlton married Addy Koon both of Newberry on 12/9/1892 by Rev. J.H. Wyse at the Lutheran Parsonage. Newberry Observer, 12/15/1892

Livingston, Clara, daughter of Mrs. Livingston of Jolly Street, married Gus Wilson of Newberry who works for Shockley & Livingston contractors, on 4/10/1904 officiated by Rev. J. A. Sligh. Mr. Will Livingston gave a bridal dinner after the ceremony. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/12/1904

Livingston, Clarence, male, black, died 2/14/1904 of congestion of the lungs. He was 2 years, 8 months old, born in Newberry Co. and resided in Newberry City for 2 years, 8 months. Reported by Dr. Sampson Pope MD. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Livingston, D. A. sold an interest in his grocery business to Thomas J. Hayes. Newberry Observer 1/26/1899; D. A. Livingston received $4.15 and $5.75 as overseer on the chain gang during the Quarterly 10/1/1898 to 12/28/1898 and published according to the Act of the Legislature of 1897, Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/5/1899; He received $18.75 for work in the County Home during the Quarterly ending 6/30/1899 and published according to the Act of the Legislature of 1897, Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/13/1899

Livingston, D. G. Mrs. of Dead Fall was a sister to Miss Nannie Blair of Utopia. Page 5, Newberry Observer 5/15/1903

Livingston, D. S. bought at MASTER SALE 70 acres for $1160. Newberry Observer 1/6/1897

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

Livingston, D. W. of Jolly Street in Newberry County was 82 years old. Newberry Observer 10/7/1896; D. W. Livingston of Township No. 10 was granted a pension for 1899 by the County Pension Board. Page 1, Newberry Observer 4/20/1899; Daschal W. Livingston, male, white, died 6/7/1907 of heart failure. The deceased was 95 years old, born in Newberry, resided in Newberry SC. for 6 years. Reported by Dr. W. E. Lake M. D. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Livingston, Daniel G. was the son of John M. Livingston who died 3/18/1898 and the brother of Mrs. George A. Langford, Miss Nannie Livingston and Pressley S. Livingston of Newberry, Mrs. L. Q. Fellers of Prosperity, Mrs. J. S. Porter of Pickens, Newberry Observer 3/23/1898; Daniel G. Livingston was the son of John M. Livingston and Catherine Livingston. He was the brother of Mrs. L. Q. Fellers, Mrs. James S. Porter, Mrs. J. J. Long, Mrs. George A. Langford, and Mrs. George A. Langford. Newberry Observer 3/14/1901; Daniel G. Livingston was before Magistrate Chappell accused of obstructing the road at Deadfall. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/9/1904; His case was held over for the Sessions Court. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/16/1904; D. G. Livingston, COURT OF SESSION, obstructing the highway, nol prosed. Page 1, Newberry Observer 6/30/1905; D. G. Livingston was an uncle to Kate Porter and Sue Porter. Page 1, Newberry Observer 7/7/1905; He was an uncle to Miss Vera Fellers. Page 5, Newberry Observer 8/22/1905

Livingston, Daniel of Tampa FL sold an orange grove to M. W. Coleman of SC for $8,000, Herald 10/9/1884, page 2

Livingston, Daniel was the oldest living Confederate Veteran in Newberry County in 1905. He was 92 years old. Page 1, Newberry Observer 5/12/1905

Livingston, Dave Mrs. was a daughter of Henry P. Wedeman. Page 5, Newberry Observer 5/5/1905

Livingston, Dave, male, white, died 11/2/1909 of pellagra. The deceased was 26 years old, born in Newberry Co., SC, resided in Newberry City for 10 years. Reported by Dr. P. G. Ellisor M. D. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Livingston, David, had a mad dog, which bit 13 dogs, all of which have been killed, also 2 calves, which have been killed. The mad dog went into the Wyse residence but was persuaded to leave without injury to anyone. Newberry Observer 2/4/1892; David Livingston received $6.80 as a salary as an over seer of the chain gang during the Quarterly 10/1/1898 to 12/28/1898 and published according to the Act of the Legislature of 1897, Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/5/1899

Livingston, Debra Dianne see Debra Dianne HUNTER, Newberry Observer 7/14/2000

Livingston, Dixie, mulatto, 8 years old, died August 1869 of pneumonia. Newberry County Mortality Census for the Year ending 6/1/1870. STONEY BATTERY TOWNSHIP

Livingston, Drate hit John Clary on the head with a stick and killed him. This occurred on the farm of Clark Smith in No. 6 Township. Newberry Observer 8/21/1895; Drayton Livingston’s horse was poisoned with strychnine in corn on 7/25/1896. Newberry Observer 7/22/1896

Livingston, E. H., (parent’s name placed in section for child’s name) female, white, delivered by P. G. Ellisor, on 9/15/1908. Parents are Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Livingston, operatives, of Newberry City. (Report out of sequence – reported on 10/8/1908); Livingston, female, white, delivered by F. D. Mower M. D., on 2/7/1912. Parents are E. H. Livingston, mill operative, and Mrs. Pearle Livingston, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Livingston, Elford, was attending the Teacher’s Summer School at Newberry College. Newberry Observer 8/24/1899; Elford Livingston married Miss Pearl Halfacre on 11/26/1905 at the Parsonage of Rev. J. A. Sligh. Page 4, Newberry Observer 12/1/1905; Livingston, female, white, delivered by P. G. Ellisor, physician, on 10/22/1909. Parents are Mr. and Mrs. Elford Livingston, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Livingston, Eliza Mrs., female, white, died 7/4/1912 of autointoxication. The deceased was 68 years old, born in Chester Co., SC, lived in Newberry, SC. Reported by W. E. Pelham Jr. M. D. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Livingston, Emmanuel, one-armed watchman for the G&C RR. had a navy pistol buckled around his waist. A Negro he was walking with noticed the pistol was about to fall from it’s scabbard and grabbed at it. As it fell the hammer struck the ground causing the barrel to fire. The ball entered the Negro’s mouth and caused a severe wound. Newberry Herald, 10/15/1879; Emmanuel Livingston was a member of Company ‘B’ 3rd Regt. Confederate War, transferred to the Cavalry, Page 5, Newberry Observer 11/25/1902

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

Livingston, female, white, delivered by W. E. Lake, physician, on 10/3/1911. Parent was John Livingston, mill operative, and Lula Livingston, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Livingston, Florence Miss married Henry Counts on 12/2/1884 at the home of the bride’s father Jacob Livingston by Rev. S. T. Hallman Herald 12/4/1884, page 3; she married Henry F. Counts, Herald 12/11/1884, page 3

Livingston, Frances Mrs. wife of Levi Livingston died 6/21/1884 at age 67 years, Herald 7/3/1884, page 3

Livingston, Frank H., 93 years old, widower of Ruth O. Livingston, died 7/11/1999 at his home in Newberry. Born in Newberry he was a son of John and Rebecca Poag Livingston. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. Whitaker Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 7/12/1999

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

Livingston, H. V. was opening a hardware store in Prosperity next to the Bank. His family was moving up from Charleston. Page 2, Newberry Observer 8/22/1905

Livingston, Hal of Abbeville was the brother of Brooks Livingston of Abbeville and J. F. Livingston of Newberry. Newberry Observer 7/18/1894

Livingston, Hamp Mrs. died at her home in West End on 1/21/1903. Burial was in the family burial ground in Pomaria. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/23/1903

Livingston, Harriet was advertised having a letter for pick up at the Post Office, Herald 7/31/1884, page 2

Livingston, Hattie Mellet, 32 years old, death by auto accident see Page 3, Newberry Observer 9/1/1999. She died 8/30/1999. She was born 3/11/1967 in Orangeburg County, SC., a daughter of Phillip Livingston and the late Mrs. Louise Fischer Livingston. Newberry Observer 9/3/1999

Livingston, Helen Hyler, 68 years old, widow of James E. Livingston, died 6/18/2000 at Newberry Memorial Hospital. Born in Newberry she was a daughter of Ernest H. and Ophelia Duckett Livingston. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery, Springdale Section. Whitaker Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 6/19/2000 and Greenwood Index-Journal, 6/19/2000

Livingston, Henry was a member of Company ‘B’ 3rd Regt. Confederate War, transferred to the Cavalry, Page 5, Newberry Observer 11/25/1902

Livingston, Homer George, 13-year-old grandson of John M. Livingston, died at the home near Dead Fall on 4/13/1896. Burial was at New Chapel Church. Newberry Observer 4/15/1896

Livingston, Hood, brother of Rev. R. E. Livingston, died at Jolly Street on 10/21/1901. Newberry Observer 10/24/1901

Livingston, Horace Asbury Jr., 69 years old, died 3/27/2000. Born in Pomaria he was a son of Horace A. Sr. and Essie Long Livingston. Burial was in Morris Chapel Southern Methodist Church Cemetery. McSwain Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 3/27/2000

Livingston, Ira P. was attending the Teacher’s Summer School at Newberry College. Newberry Observer 8/24/1899

Livingston, Irma Perry, 86 years old, died Tuesday. Born in Saluda, she was a daughter of the late Toll and Minnie Berry Perry. Burial was in Newberry Memorial Gardens. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 10/13/1999

Livingston, J. A. private, left Newberry by train for Columbia on 5/3/1898 as part of the Newberry Regiment enlisted in the Spanish American War. Newberry Observer 5/4/1898

Livingston, J. D. S. moved into the Corwin House in Gravel Town on Caldwell Street. Newberry Herald 1/2/1878; was paid $4.06, $4.54 by the County for indebtedness 1881, 1882, 1883, Herald 3/13/1884, page 2; A home he owned and rented to B. P. Matthews near Helena was destroyed in a fire, no insurance, Herald 10/30/1884, page 3; J. D. Smith Livingston was a member of the lawful jury at an inquisition held over the body of Herbert Swittenberg 8/16/1880, at the Newberry County Jail. A record of the inquisition was kept at the SC State Archives and was printed in the Old Newberry Chapter Quarterly, Summer 2001 edition; J. D. S. Livingston bought the home of the late Mrs. Harp in Newberry for $2470. He bought at Probate Judge Sale 176 acres for $1630. Newberry Observer 1/8/1896; J. D. S. Livingston was having an addition put on his home. Newberry Observer 3/18/1896; J. D. S. Livingston of McKibben St. was having his home painted. Newberry Observer 7/8/1896; J. D. Livingston made some great improvements to the interior of his home on McKibben Street. Newberry Observer 3/9/1899; J. D. S. Livingston cut his fine oats on Scotts Creek yesterday. He thinks the yield will be 100 bushels to the acre. Newberry Observer 6/13/1901; J. D. S. Livingston sowed peas with his corn. It was successful. Newberry Observer 9/5/1901; J. D. S. Livingston enlarged his pasture by buying a lot on Nance Street along Scott’s Creek from M. A. Carlisle. He will keep a dozen cows and sell the milk and butter. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/23/1903; J. D. S. Livingston sold the bottom lands on Scott’s Creek from Vincent Street to Nance Street for $1150 to T. C. Pool. He will use the land for pasture. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/22/1903; J. D. S. Livingston gave the contract to Pope Davis to build a two-story storeroom on the corner of his lot on McKibben Street where his residence was. The store would be near the stables of Schumpert, Epting & Hornsby. The lower floor would be general merchandising and the upper floor would be for dressmaking. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/6/1905

Livingston, J. F. escorted Miss Martin to a theater party on 3/6/1894. Everyone was dressed in evening attire, chaperoned by Col. and Mrs. W. H. Hunt and Dr. and Mrs. James H. McIntosh. Newberry Observer, 3/14/1894; J. F. Livingston of Newberry was the brother of Hal Livingston of Abbeville and Brooks Livingston of Abbeville. Newberry Observer 7/18/1894

Livingston, J. H. Mrs. died at her home in Pomaria 2/14/1894 of pneumonia. She leaves a husband and five children. Newberry Observer, 2/21/1894

Livingston, J. H. was elected ELDER of St. Paul congregation. Newberry Observer 5/7/1891; J. H. Livingston was selected as a juror for Common Pleas Court for March Term, Observer 3/16/1893, page 3; J. H. Livingston was advertised as drawn to serve on the petit jury starting 11/11/1895, Press & Reporter 11/6/1895, page 3; J. H. Livingston, Co ‘H’ 3rd Regt, was a new member of the James D. Nance Confederate Veterans Camp. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/28/1903; J. H. Livingston of Co. ‘H’ 3rd Regt. received his Confederate Cross at the Memorial Day Services held at Newberry on 5/9/1903. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/12/1903

Livingston, J. Herbert was appointed as a manager of elections at Township No. 10, Jolly Street section. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/28/1904

Livingston, J. M. of Utopia in Newberry County was 73 years old. Newberry Observer 10/7/1896; John M. Livingston, 74 years old, died 3/18/1898 at the home of his son Daniel G. Livingston near Dead Fall. Burial was at New Chapel Church. He leaves a widow and 6 children; Mrs. George A. Langford, Miss Nannie Livingston, Presley S. Livingston and Daniel G. Livingston of Newberry, Mrs. L. Q. Fellers of Prosperity, Mrs. J. S. Porter of Pickens, Newberry Observer 3/23/1898

Livingston, J. N. married Miss Kate Eddy at the home of the bride’s father W. H. Eddy on 3/25/1903 by Rev. J. R. Copeland. Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/27/1903

Livingston, Jacob D., male, white, delivered by J. M. Kibler M. D., on 1/22/1915. Parents are Jacob Livingston, mill operative, born in SC and Mrs. Jacob Livingston, born in SC, living in Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Livingston, Jake, (parent’s name placed in section for child’s name) male, white, delivered by P. G. Ellisor, on 9/23/1908. Parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jake Livingston, operatives, of Newberry City. (Report out of sequence – reported on 10/8/1908) (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Livingston, James Mrs. daughter of Mrs. Shealy was very sick. Newberry Observer 4/26/1900 (paper dated incorrectly – it really was 4/19/1900)

Livingston, Jimmy D., 57 years old, died 1/10/1999 at the Palmetto Baptist Medical Center. Born in Newberry, he was a son of Arthur J. and Ruby Cook Livingston. Burial was in Newberry Memorial Gardens. Whitaker Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 1/11/1999

Livingston, John B. married Miss Florence Counts by Rev. J. H. Wyse on 6/25/1893 at the home of the bride’s father, Newberry Observer, 7/6/1893, page 3

Livingston, John colored, was in jail, charged with arson on the storehouse of Clark Smith of No. 6 Township. Newberry Observer 10/30/1895; John Livingston colored, COURT OF SESSION, arson, not guilty. Newberry Observer 3/18/1896

Livingston, John D., male, white, died 7/31/1908 of chronic diarrhea. The deceased was 56 years old, born in Newberry City, resided in Newberry City for 6 years. Dr. W. G. Houseal M. D. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Livingston, John dislocated his shoulder getting off a train at Prosperity. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/2/1902

Livingston, John F. received a promotion, which requires him to move from Newberry to Columbia where he will be agent for the CN&L RR. Newberry Observer 9/4/1895; John F. Livingston married Mattie C. Withers at the home of the bride’s mother in Columbia on 11/12/1895. Newberry Observer 11/13/1895; John F. Livingston of Columbia, his 2 year old daughter, Frances Caldwell Livingston died 6/27/1901. Newberry Observer 6/27/1901.

Livingston, John J., 76 years old, husband of Evelyn Christianson Livingston, died 7/4/1998 at his home. Born in Little Mountain, he was a son of Jacob and Lora Bowers Livingston. Burial was in Mormon Coolee Memorial Park Cemetery, LaCrosse Wisconsin. Newberry Observer 7/15/1998

Livingston, John M. was selected to serve on the Grand Jury for 1886, Herald 1/20/1886, page 3

Livingston, John married Minerva Smith, both of Newberry on 12/15/1883 by J. S. Reid Esq. Newberry Herald 12/27/1883

Livingston, John Mrs. died 4/22/1901 and was buried at Bush River 4/23/1901. She was a sister of R. M. Martin and E. B. Martin. She leaves a husband and one child. Newberry Observer 4/25/1901

Livingston, John N. left Newberry for Florida. Newberry Observer, 10/13/1892

Livingston, John of No. 2 Township, who sells wood in town lost his home and contents to a fire. Some of his customers have chipped in to help. Newberry Observer 4/11/1901

Livingston, John P. married Eula A. Hiller on 2/27/1902 at the Lutheran Parsonage on West End by Rev. Charles H. Armstrong. Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/4/1902

Livingston, John T., formerly an employee of the Seaboard RR was now back in Columbia, working for the CN&L RR. Newberry Observer 4/28/1897

Livingston, John was clerking at D. C. Flynn’s store. Newberry Observer 11/10/1897

Livingston, John, married Ola Martin 3/20/1895 by Rev. M. W. Rankin. Newberry Observer 3/27/1895

Livingston, John, went to Clinton College. Newberry Observer 10/2/1890

Livingston, Johnnie 14 years old of Jolly Street area died of meningitis, Herald 2/1/1883, page 3

Livingston, Johnnie, photo and caption on page 1b, Newberry Observer 8/30/2000

Livingston, Kayla Anne, 2 ½ years old, died 9/24/2000. Born in Columbia she was a daughter of Jason A. and Noelle Livingston. Burial was in St. Luke’s Lutheran Church Cemetery. Whitaker Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 9/25/2000

Livingston, Kittie married Frank E. Schumpert, agent for the CN&L RR at Prosperity on 11/1/1892 at the home of the bride’s father, P.N. Livingston. Newberry Observer, 11/3/1892

Livingston, Lillie was spending time at Harris Springs. (Abstractor’s note: Harris Springs was a Health Spa) Newberry Observer 8/14/1895; She returned last week. Newberry Observer 9/4/1895; Lillian Livingston married George Puff of Charleston SC on 5/2/1897 at the home of the bride’s father P. N. Livingston, near Newberry by Rev. C. W. Creighton. Newberry Observer 5/5/1897

Livingston, Lizzie L. E. married James W. Richardson on 12/4/1884 by Rev. S. T. Hallman, Herald 12/11/1884, page 3

Livingston, Lucile Miss visited her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hipp. Newberry Observer 9/20/1900

Livingston, Lula O., married L. Q. Fellers, on 9/3/1879 at the home of the bride’s father, John M. Livingston by Rev. J. D. Bowles. Newberry Herald, 9/10/1879

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

Livingston, M. H. will give a barbecue at his place near Wadlington, on 7/24/1890. Newberry Observer, 7/10/1890; M. H. Livingston of Co. ‘F’ 20th SC Regt. had become a member of the James D. Nance Camp of Confederate Veterans. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/8/1902; M. H. Livingston 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

Livingston, Maggie E. married W. I. Herbert on 9/3/1879 at the home of the bride’s father, John M. Livingston by Rev. J. D. Bowles. Newberry Herald, 9/10/1879

Livingston, Maggie Miss was attending Lander College. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/7/1904

Livingston, male, black, illegitimate, delivered by Harriet Counts, at Newberry City, on 7/20/1902. Parent was Sarah Livingston of Newberry City, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Livingston, male, white, delivered by P. G. Ellisor, physician, on 7/5/1910. Parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jake Livingston, mill operatives, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Livingston, male, white, delivered by T. W. Smith, physician, on 5/5/1910. Parents are Rufus and Laura Livingston, mill operatives, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Livingston, Mary Eliza, female, white, died 9/25/1911 of bowel obstruction. The deceased was 2 years, 6 months old, born in Edgefield, SC and lived in Newberry City. Reported by A. B. Knowlton M. D. Burial was in Newberry. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Livingston, Mary Elizabeth, female, white, delivered by J. M. Kibler MD. on 1/3/1917. Parents are Rufus Livingston, cotton mill operative, born in SC, and Anna E. Sligh Livingston, born in SC, living in Newberry City.

Livingston, Mary Mrs. was the sister of Melvin Singley. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/23/1904

Livingston, Maude Miss was the sister to Mrs. F. E. Schumpert. Page 1, Newberry Observer 8/4/1905

Livingston, Mildred see Mildred Livingston STYRON, Newberry Observer 5/8/1998

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

Livingston, Nannie was visited by Miss America Wood of Johnston, Herald 7/23/1885, page 3; Nannie Livingston graduated from Columbia Female College this week. Newberry Observer 6/9/1892; Nannie Livingston was a teacher at Johnstone Academy. Newberry Observer, 3/7/1894; Miss Nannie Livingston visited her sister Mrs. L. Q. Fellers. Newberry Observer 4/7/1897; Miss Nannie Livingston was the daughter of John M. Livingston who died 3/18/1898 and the sister of Mrs. George A. Langford, Presley S. Livingston and Daniel G. Livingston of Newberry, Mrs. L. Q. Fellers of Prosperity, Mrs. J. S. Porter of Pickens, Newberry Observer 3/23/1898; Miss Nannie Livingston, daughter of the late John M. Livingston married Rev. John J. Long. She died 9/1/1902. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/5/1902.

Livingston, P. N. bought the ‘Ed Coleman Place’ near Denny, Saluda County. Newberry Observer 1/12/1899; P. N. Livingston was the father of Mrs. T. P. Wise of Plains GA. Newberry Observer 10/26/1899; P. N. Livingston of Chappells was the parent of Mrs. F. E. Schumpert of Prosperity. Page 5, Newberry Observer 4/8/1904; P. N. Livingston, of Chappells was the parent to Mrs. F. E. Schumpert. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/16/1905

Livingston, P. N. Mrs. of Chappells spent 10/5/1902 with her daughter Mrs. F. E. Schumpert. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/10/1902; Mrs. P. N. Livingston was the mother of Mrs. F. E. Schumpert. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/11/1903; She visited F. E. Schumpert’s family at Prosperity. Page 5, Newberry Observer 5/6/1904

Livingston, P. N., one year old son of Mr. and Mrs., died 9/28/1889. Newberry Observer 10/3/1889

Livingston, P. S. was an uncle to Kate Porter and Sue Porter. Page 1, Newberry Observer 7/7/1905

Livingston, P. T. and family are moving to Orangeburg County in December. He was a teacher at Mt. Pleasant School. Newberry Observer 10/5/1899

Livingston, Phillip and family moved to Newberry and lived in the Wendler House, bought from R. C. Perry. Newberry Observer 10/2/1890; Phillip Livingston was among the successful exhibitors at the Colored State Fair, winning a prize for white peas. Newberry Observer 12/12/1891; Phillip Livingston colored, won a premium at the Colored State Fair for bronze turkeys, bushel white bread corn, 1 gallon corn syrup, sugar sorghum, 1 single harness mule. Newberry Observer, 12/5/1894

Livingston, Presley S. was the son of John M. Livingston who died 3/18/1898 and the brother of Mrs. George A. Langford, Miss Nannie Livingston and Daniel G. Livingston of Newberry, Mrs. L. Q. Fellers of Prosperity, Mrs. J. S. Porter of Pickens, Newberry Observer 3/23/1898

Livingston, Preston Mrs., died at her home in New Chapel 8/9/1889. Newberry Observer 8/15/1889

Livingston, Preston of No. 8 Township lost his home to fire 10/29/1892, no insurance. Newberry Observer, 11/3/1892; Preston B. Livingston was the son of John M. Livingston and Catherine Livingston. He was the brother of Mrs. L. Q. Fellers, Mrs. James S. Porter, Mrs. J. J. Long, Mrs. George A. Langford, Mr. Daniel G. Livingston. Newberry Observer 3/14/1901

Livingston, R. E. Mrs. of Newberry was the daughter of Mrs. Muller of Sandy Run, Lexington County. Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/22/1904

Livingston, R. E. Rev. will be Pastor of Meyer Memorial Church, Colony Church, and Beth Eden Church. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/21/1903; Rev. R. E. Livingston married Miss Emma Elizabeth Muller at the home of the bride’s father, Gerhard Muller of Bakersville, Lexington County, officiated by Rev. O. B. Shearhouse. Page 8, Newberry Observer 11/13/1903; He moved into a house on Cline Street next door to the Mayor. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/11/1903; R. E. Livingston of the Brooklyn section of Newberry have as guests Mrs. Baker, mother-in-law, and Hugh Muller, brother-in-law, both of Bakersville, Lexington County. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/9/1904; Rev. R. E. Livingston transferred from Newberry to Sandy Run in Lexington County. Page 5, Newberry Observer 12/6/1904

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

Livingston, Rebecca Mozee, female, white, delivered by J. M. Kibler MD. on 7/25/1917. Parents are Jake Livingston, mill operator, born in SC, and Bertha Summer Livingston, born in SC., living in Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Livingston, Ronnie, 64 years old, died 2/28/2000 at his home. Burial 3/1/2000 from Mayer Memorial Lutheran Church. Whitaker Funeral Home was in charge. 2/28/2000; He was the husband of Linda G. Livingston and died 2/28/2000 at his home. Born in Newberry he was a son of Idell Whittle Payne and Johnnie R. Livingston. Burial was in Newberry Memorial Gardens. Whitaker Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 3/1/2000

Livingston, Sallie Charlotte, female, white, died 1/14/1918, of pellagra. The deceased was 57 years old, born in Edgefield Co., SC, and lived in Newberry City for 20 years. Reported by P. G. Ellisor M. D. Burial was in St. Paul’s Church Cemetery. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Livingston, Sallie Miss of Abbeville visited Captain Mazyck of Newberry, Herald 2/21/1884, page 3

Livingston, Sarah Ruth, 67 years old, died 6/1/1998 at the National Health Care Center in Clinton. Born in Clinton, she was a daughter of Mr. & Mrs. J. R. Hall. Burial was in Pinelawn Memory Gardens. Gray Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 6/3/1998

Livingston, Smith had a colored tenant on his land who had 42 children and 324 grandchildren, Herald 2/1/1883, page 3; Smith Livingston had a gin house that was nice enough to live in. Newberry Herald 8/2/1883; Mr. and Mrs. Smith Livingston of Newberry are the parents of Mrs. Dr. Perry of Augusta. Newberry Observer, 8/24/1893

Livingston, Taut, his 2-month-old child died at their home in the Brooklyn section on 8/13/1904. Burial was in St. Paul’s Church. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/19/1904

Livingston, Thelma see Mrs. Thelma Livingston McCARTY, Newberry Observer 6/21/2000

Livingston, Vera Kinard, 89 years old, widow of Henry Livingston Sr., died 3/8/2000. Born in Pomaria, she was a daughter of Julius and Nancy Oxner Kinard. Burial was in New Hope United Methodist Church Cemetery. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 3/10/2000

Livingston, Vernon Jesse Jr., 71 years old, husband of Nell Johnson Livingston, died 1/29/2000 at Easley Hospital. Born in Newberry Co., he was a son of Vernon Jesse and Lucille Buzhardt Livingston. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. Robinson Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 1/31/2000

Livingston, Virginia Long, 89 years old, widow of Boyd M. Livingston, died 1/21/2000 at Newberry County Memorial Hospital. Born in Pomaria, she was a daughter of Junius Gilbert and Anna Bundrick Long. Burial was in Bethlehem Lutheran Church Cemetery. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 1/21/2000

Livingston, Virginia of Newberry married J. D. Perry of Augusta GA., on 9/17/1890 at the home of the bride’s father, J. D. S. Livingston by Rev. W. W. Wadsworth. Newberry Observer 9/18/1890

Livingston, W. T. shot a flock of black birds and brought down 29. Newberry Observer 11/24/1897

Livingston, Wade colored, who was a fugitive, died at his wife’s home on the Werber place near Saluda Old Town on 10/16/1895. He was wanted for the murder of John Clary colored, in July. An inquest had a verdict of natural death. Newberry Observer 10/23/1895

Livingston, William T. 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; He enlisted from Singley for the Spanish American War as a private in Co. ‘B’ 1st SCV USA, formerly a carpenter, married. Newberry Observer 5/18/1898; Mrs. W. T. Livingston moved to her father’s at Singley, her husband being a volunteer for the war. Newberry Observer 6/1/1898

Livingston, Willie Roy, male, white, delivered by (no physician), on 8/26/1915. Parents are J. P. Livingston, policeman, born in Lexington Co. SC, and Agnes Hiller Livingston, born in Newberry SC, living in Newberry City.

Livingstone, Ellen Mrs. had lost her mind and was taken to the asylum in Columbia on 3/22/1900 and died there 3/24/1900. She was buried in Prosperity at the Jolly Street section. Newberry Observer 3/29/1900

Livingstone, Evely Elizabeth, female, white, delivered by P. G. Ellisor MD. on 2/7/1918. Parents are John Livingstone, policeman, born in SC. and Eula Hiller Livingstone, born in SC., living in Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Livingstone, F. S., infant of, male, white, died 8/17/1904 of cholera infantum. He was 2 months old, born in Newberry City, resided in Newberry City for 2 months. Dr. J. M. Kibler M. D. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Livingstone, female, white, delivered by J. M. Kibler M. D., on 4/13/1913. Parents are F. S. Livingstone, mill operative, and Mrs. F. S. Livingstone, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Livingstone, female, white, delivered by W. G. Houseal M. D., on 1/15/1913. Parents are J. H. Livingstone, mill operative, and Mrs. J. H. Livingstone, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Livingstone, George colored, who broke jail here last summer while confined on a charge of horse stealing, was caught last week at Hendersonville NC. He had broken into a house there. He was now in Hendersonville jail. Newberry Herald 10/2/1878; Court, Grand Larceny, not guilty. Newberry Herald 2/12/1879

Livingstone, J. B. Mrs. was the daughter of J. Benjamin Counts and sister to H. F. Counts, William Hadkell Counts, Miss Mamie Counts, Miss Laura Counts. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/11/1902

Livingstone, J. D. S. - his grand daughter, Vida, died at his home of diphtheria on 5/15/1883. She was sick only two days. Newberry Herald 5/17/1883

Livingstone, J. F. personated ‘Touchstone’ at the Shakespearean Party given by R. L. McCaughrin on 12/27/1894. Newberry Observer, 1/2/1895

Livingstone, Jeff colored, accused of Grand Larceny, stealing goods from Gourdine and others the night of the fire and was committed to jail to await the action of the Grand Jury. Newberry Herald 3/26/1879

Livingstone, John B. married Florence Counts, both of Newberry on 6/25/1893 at the home of the bride’s father by Rev. J. H. Wyse. Newberry Observer, 7/6/1893

Livingstone, M. Ham of Pomaria had a remarkable cow – had 13 calves in 3 years etc. Herald 10/4/1883, page 3

Livingstone, male, white, delivered by Dr. J. M. Kibler, at Newberry City, on 5/3/1903. Parents are John and Ella Livingstone, operatives, of Newberry City, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Livingstone, Mary A. H. Mrs., female, white, died 1/22/1903 of organic heart disease. She was 63 years old, born in Newberry Co., SC and lived in Ward 5, Newberry, SC for 3 years. Reported by Dr. J. M. Kibler. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Livingstone, Mrs. of Newberry was the daughter of Mrs. Shealy who was moving to Newberry from Excelsior. Page 5, Newberry Observer 1/5/1904; Mrs. Livingston’s home was listed as a Newberry home built before 1850. Page 5, Newberry Observer 5/6/1904

Livingstone, N. was a survivor of Co. G 13th Regt. SC Vols. Herald 5/15/1884, page 2

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

Livingstone, Octavia, female, black, died 2/21/1905 of pneumonia. She was 50 years old, born in Newberry Co., resided in Newberry City for 50 years. Reported by Dr. Col. C. E. Stephenson M. D. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Livingstone, Paul, son of John F. Livingstone of Columbia, died 11/14/1904. Page 1 Newberry Observer 11/18/1904

Livingstone, Phil was looking for a missing hog on 8/19/1885 when he had an argument with a colored laborer who rebuked him by hitting him on the head with an axe. The blow did not appear to be fatal, Herald 8/27/1885, page 3

Livingstone, Philip N. sold his place of 220 acres, located SW of the city for $24/acre. Newberry Observer 9/12/1901

Livingstone, Preston was the uncle to Robert Langford, 17 years old, who drowned 6/21/1905. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/23/1905

Livingstone, Smith was the victim of a theft of a basket of potato slips, Herald 5/29/1884, page 3

Livingstone, Vida died of diphtheria at the home of her grandfather J. D. S. Livingstone, Herald 5/17/1883, page 3

Livingstone, Vila Miss, 18-month-old daughter of B. M. D. Livingstone, died 8/28/1904. Burial was at Bachman Chapel Cemetery. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/30/1904

LIVINGSTON-LOMINICK CO., general merchandise, the telephone No. was 50. Page 5, Newberry Observer 1/17/1905

Lloyd, Ruby Juanita see Ruby Juanita SIMMONS, Newberry Observer 2/9/1998

Loadholdt, G. W. passed the examination and received a teachers certificate. Newberry Observer, 5/30/1894

Lochridge, Dora Gertrude Miss will marry Forrest Kibler, formerly of Newberry but now of Atlanta, at the home of the bride’s parents at East End GA on 10/11/1900. Newberry Observer 9/27/1900

Locke, Mary L. female, black, died 2/16/1912 of apoplexy. The deceased was 29 years old, born in Newberry, SC, lived in Newberry, SC. Reported by C. E. Stephenson M. D. Burial was in Werts Cemetery. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Locklair, Edith Rita see Edith Rita Locklair MORRIS, Newberry Observer 2/13/1998

Lockwood Mrs. of Detroit was a cousin to Mrs. E. M. Evans of Newberry. Newberry Observer 11/20/1890; Mrs. Joseph E. Lockwood of Detroit Mich. visited her cousin, E. M. Evans. Newberry Observer 2/28/1901

Lockwood, J. R. was advertised as having a letter for pick up at the Post Office, Herald 5/8/1884, page 3

LOCUST GROVE SCHOOL - located 6 miles below Prosperity was taught by John M. Sease, a recent graduate of Newberry College. Closing exercises were 5/17/1884 with Miss Carrie Sease providing the music and several speeches made, Herald 5/29/1884, page 2

Loftin, James B., 39 years old, husband of Jamie Jeffries Loftin, died 2/9/1998, victim of a fatal shooting. Born in Charlotte, NC. he was a son of James J. and Glenda Robinson Loftin. Whitaker Funeral Home was in charge. 2/11/1998. Coverage of the incident on page 1 of Newberry Observer 2/9/1998, page 1 & 9 of Newberry Observer 2/11/1998. Loftin, James Bradford, son of James and Glenda Loftin, Denver NC. 7/2/1958 – 2/9/1998. A Memoriam on page three, Newberry Observer 2/8/1999. Follow-up on the shooting, page 1, Newberry Observer 2/23/1998 and page 1, Newberry Observer 3/6/1998

Loftis, T. T. was advertised as having mail at the Newberry Post Office for pick-up, Herald 1/10/1884, page 3

Lofton, William, 80 years old, who left Newberry for Scott Co., MS. many years ago, died a few days ago in MS., of cancer of the face. He was the uncle to Mrs. Wallace Riser of Newberry and the brother of Mrs. Sallie Davis of Newberry. Newberry Observer, 1/5/1893

LOG HOUSE on Friend Street was torn down by P. E. Scott on 2/26/1901. It was there for at least 75 years and some citizens believe 100 years. Newberry Observer 2/28/1901

Logan, R. C. was one of 169 men who signed the secession ordinance on 12/20/1860. Page 5, Newberry Observer 1/16/1903

Logan, Richard Columbus, a signer of the Secession Ordinance, died 9/15/1904 near Kingstree. Page 1, Newberry Observer 9/16/1904

Lohner, Jacob, white, widower, 77 years old, died April 1870 of pneumonia. Newberry County Mortality Census for the Year ending 6/1/1870. STONEY BATTERY TOWNSHIP

Loignon, Naomi Anderson, 66 years old, wife of Gerald A. Loignon, died 1/29/1998. Born 2/26/1931 in Elk Point SD., she was a daughter of Clint and Ethel Edem Anderson. According to the obituary it appears she was also married a Mr. Auger. Newberry Observer 2/2/1998

Lomasney, Kate Stewart Rutherford, 64 years old, widow of Dr. Thomas Lomasney, died 9/24/1999 at her home in Knoxville. She was born in Newberry, the daughter of the late William Fitzgerald and Frances Houseal Rutherford. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery, Newberry. Whitaker Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 10/1/1999

Lomax, Elnora see Mrs. Elnora Lomax GARY, Newberry Observer 8/25/1999

Lomax, Rev. colored, had a strong pair of lungs and never seems to tire. Newberry Observer 10/13/1897; Rev. Milton W. Lomax, male, black, died 1/13/1905 of consumption. He was 38 years old, born in Dysons, resided in Helena, SC. 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)

Lomax, William COURT OF SESSIONS, bigamy, plead guilty, sentenced to six months on the chain gang. Page 8, Newberry Observer 11/10/1905

Lomax, William of Abbeville was beaten and knifed severely at a camp meeting in Abbeville, Herald 9/6/1883, page 3

Lominack, Clare Miss of Pomaria visited her cousin W. F. Alewine. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/15/1905

Lominack, Edward Frazier, male, white, delivered by J. M. Kibler, physician, on 7/8/1910. Parents are W. H. Lominack, farmer and merchandiser, and Mrs. W. H. Lominack, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Lominack, male, white, delivered by Dr. J. M. Kibler, at Newberry City, on 11/19/1903. Parents are Henry Lominack, merchant and Mary Lominack of Newberry City, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Lominack, Ruth Hawkins 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

Lominack, Will Seth, 15 years old, died 4/16/1999 at his residence. Born in Columbia, he was the son of Stanley Harold and Sandra Bedenbaugh Lominack. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Burial was in Newberry Memorial Gardens. Newberry Observer 4/19/1999

Lominack, William Frank Jr., male, white, delivered by W. G. Houseal MD. on 12/23/1918. Parents are William Frank Lominack, merchant, born in SC., and Bessie Kinard Lominack, born in SC, living in Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Lominick, Annie Elizabeth, female, white, delivered by W. E. Pelham Jr. MD. on 7/23/1917. Parents are Forest Lominick, mechanic, born in SC, and –McIlwain Lominick, born in SC., living in Newberry City. (The record states the birth was recorded April 8 (?) must be an error and meant Aug. 8) (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Lominick, Arthur E. married Lizzie L. Counts, both of Newberry on 12/4/1890 by Rev. J. H. Wyse. Newberry Observer 1/1/1891

Lominick, F. L. of Co. ‘A’ 7th Cavalry was a new member of the James D. Nance Confederate Veteran’s Camp, Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/12/1903

Lominick, female, white, delivered by Dr. P. G. Ellisor on 12/15/1899. Parents are Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lominick, operatives of Newberry City, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Lominick, Guver, male, white, died 5/16/1901 of dysentery. He was 7 years old, born in SC and lived in Newberry, SC. for 7 years. Reported by Dr. P. G. Ellisor. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Lominick, Harold, 70 years old, died 12/28/1998. Born in Newberry, he was a son of Otis Arnold Lominick and Della Wilson Lominick. Burial was in Woodridge Memorial Park. Talbert-Shives Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 12/30/1998

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

Lominick, James R. married Miss Roberta Sligh on 6/4/1905 at the home of Mrs. Caroline Harmon, officiated by Rev. John J. Long. Page 4, Newberry Observer 6/13/1905

Lominick, Lena Miss was advertised having a letter for pick up at the Post Office, Herald 6/12/1884, page 3

Lominick, male, white, delivered by F. D. Mower M. D., on 3/3/1914. Parents are R. M. and Mrs. Lominick, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Lominick, male, white, delivered by W. E. Pelham Jr. M. D., on 11/14/1914. Parents are Wilbur Lominick, clerk and collector, and Mrs. Wilbur Lominick, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Lominick, Mamie Beulah Miss, daughter of W. H. Lominick, married Frank P. DeVore on 5/28/1902 at the O’Neall Street Methodist Church of Newberry by Rev. D. P. Boyd. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/30/1902

Lominick, Mary Frances see Mary Frances Lominick Snider RIVERS, Newberry Observer 6/18/1999

Lominick, Mattie Miss will marry Alonzo H. Dickert on 12/18/1901 at O’Neall Street Methodist Church by Rev. D. P. Boyd. Newberry Observer 12/17/1901

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

Lominick, Ora was entertaining a new organ. Newberry Observer 10/9/1895; Ora Lominick of Garmany was the niece of Miss Carrie Reighley of Helena. Newberry Observer 6/23/1897

Lominick, Pet was having a new home built in Garmany. Newberry Observer, 9/19/1894

Lominick, R. B. bought the house and lot at Johnstone and Summer Streets for $925. He will move in shortly. Newberry Observer 11/19/1901

Lominick, R. B. went fishing 7/31/1894 and caught several catfish. Newberry Observer, 8/8/1894; He planted 2 acres of molasses cane and expected to harvest 200 gallons of molasses. He had 35 acres of corn, which average about 25 bushels of corn each acre. Newberry Observer, 8/29/1894; He turned out 380 gallons of molasses. Newberry Observer, 9/19/1894; He went to Edgefield to visit his brother, John T. Oxner, who was sick with typhoid fever. Newberry Observer, 11/14/1894; R. B. Lominick and friends caught 75 rabbits on a recent hunt. Newberry Observer, 2/20/1895; He took the lead in raising watermelons in his community, some weighing 50 lbs. Newberry Observer 9/4/1895; R. B. Lominick was building a new little dwelling on his property. Newberry Observer 12/4/1895

Lominick, Rayborn William, male, white, delivered by W. G. Houseal MD. on 10/26/1916. Parents are William F. Lominick, merchant, born in SC, and Celestine Serratt Lominick, born in SC, living in Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Lominick, Ruth Kinard, 87 years old, widow of Robert Raymond Lominick, died 1/19/1999. Born in Newberry Co., she was a daughter of John Alonzo and Belle Livingston Kinard. Burial was in Greenlawn Memorial Park. Dunbar Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 1/20/1999

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

Lominick, W. Bachman married Miss Mary Elizabeth Swittenberg on 12/11/1884 by Rev. S. P. Hallman, Herald 12/18/1884, page 3

Lominick, W. H. – telephone number was 125. Newberry Observer 3/1/1900; He was elected to the Board of Health. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/8/1904; W. H. Lominick was a member of the Board of Health. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/23/1904

Lominick, Willie married Lalla Sligh, both of Newberry on 4/22/1900 by Rev. J. J. Long at the home of Frank Lominick. Newberry Observer 5/3/1900

Long, A. G., 50 years old, died 1/9/1892 of pneumonia. Newberry Observer 1/14/1892

Long, A. J. Private was a member of Co. ‘C’ Holcombe’s Brigade. He was slightly wounded at the Battle of Fredericksburg on 12/13/1862. Page 1, Newberry Observer 3/21/1905

Long, Abraham J. was the father of a new daughter. Newberry Observer 6/11/1891

Long, Abram married Alice Quattlebaum, both of Newberry on 12/19/1883 at the home of the bride’s father by Rev. G. W. Holland. Newberry Herald 12/27/1883

Long, Alf, COURT OF SESSIONS, disposing of property under lien – not pressed, Newberry Observer 2/23/1899

Long, Alice Mrs. spent time with her sister Mrs. Mary Alewine. Page 1, Newberry Observer 1/6/1903; She was visited by Mrs. Polly Summers and Mrs. Vinie Long last week. Page 5, Newberry Observer 1/29/1904

Long, Annie Laura Black, 81 years old, widow of James Hadkell Long, died 9/24/1998 in Richland Memorial Hospital. Born in Saluda Co., she was a daughter of Ernest and Fairey Lester Black. Burial was in Corinth Lutheran Church Cemetery. Ramey Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 9/25/1998

Long, B. R. his health was improving; he was sick since last August, Herald 3/13/1884, page 3; He was suffering from typhoid fever for the past eight weeks. He was a son of William Long. Newberry Herald 9/27/1883; B. R. Long was a new member of James D. Nance Confederate Veterans and their sons, Post No. 336. Newberry Observer, 7/4/1894

Long, Belton was pale but recuperating from a long sickness, Herald 3/13/1884, page 3; Belton Long of the Upwell section married Miss Sallie Bouknight of Ballentine on 8/11/1904, officiated by Rev. S. C. Ballentine. Page 5, Newberry Observer 9/13/1904

Long, Ben colored, had a fight on 7/6/1901 with George Bridges colored, and was cut up considerably. He will survive. Newberry Observer 7/11/1901

Long, Bessie Miss and Horace Long moved to Greenwood to live with their brother Will Long. Page 1, Newberry Observer 12/8/1905

Long, Bessie see Bessie L. TURNER, Newberry Observer 9/18/2000

Long, Bessie, female colored, died 5/15/1888 of pneumonia. She resided in Ward 2. She was 3 years, 2 months, 5 days old, born in Laurens Co., SC and lived in Newberry for 1 year. Reported by Dr. J. A. Cofield. (Record of Death Returns for the City of Newberry kept at the Newberry County Library)

Long, Betty, daughter of Captain Benjamin Long Esq. married Henry Coates on 1/30/1803. The permission for this marriage was given 1/25/1803 by Samuel Leitzsey, Ordinary of the Newberry District Court. This record was an encapsulated record found in the Probate Office of Newberry Court House in the year 2000.

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

Long, C. A. of Trenton visited his mother Mrs. B. F. Long. Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/20/1903

Long, Carl E., 79 years old, widower of Catherine Bowers Long, died 5/21/2000 at Greenville Memorial Hospital. Born in Newberry Co., he was a son of L. Edgar and Fannie Harmon Long. Burial was at Silverstreet Lutheran Church Cemetery. Newberry Observer 5/22/2000

Long, Carrie Caroline, 11-year-old daughter of D. I. Long of Taborville died 9/29/1894 of brain fever. The funeral took place at Holy Trinity in Little Mountain. Newberry Observer, 10/3/1894

Long, Catherine Bowers, 76 years old, wife of Carl E. Long, died 12/16/1999 at Laurens Co. Hospital. Born in Newberry Co., she was a daughter of J. H. and Annie Nichols Bowers. Burial was in Silverstreet Lutheran Church Cemetery. Whitaker Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 12/17/1999

Long, Charley was injured during a cyclone at Little Mountain. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/8/1902

Long, Christina Miss, 63 years old, died in Betheden Mississippi on 2/13/1903. She moved from Newberry to Betheden in 1849. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/24/1903

Long, Christina Mrs., 75 years old, died at her home near Prosperity 5/25/1883. Newberry Herald 5/31/1883, page 3

Long, Clyte, driving his wagon, shot Harry Sims who was riding a mule, on 1/2/1899, about 3 miles from Newberry Town on the Bouknight Ferry Road. Sims was wounded with 2 shots on the right side near his abdomen and once in the right arm. He was in town for medical attention. Newberry Observer 1/5/1899

Long, Cornelius was a brother to Fred Long of Edgefield and Mrs. John C. Goggans of Newberry. Newberry Observer 9/12/1901; Cornelius A. Long of Trenton, his picture was on page 1, Newberry Observer 12/12/1902; Cornelius A. Long of Trenton, was the son of G. Fed Long and Mrs. Sallie Long and brother to Mrs. Walter Spearman, deceased, G. F. Long of Trenton, J. Lawson Long of Dallas TX, Reuben T. Long of California, Jacob M. Long of California, Mrs. John C. Goggans of Newberry, Miss Nora Goggans of Newberry and Mrs. W. W. Spearman of Newberry, Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/31/1903

Long, Della, daughter of G. F. Long, married John C. Goggans, all of Newberry, on 12/19/1878 by Rev. J. D. Bowles. Newberry Herald 12/25/1878

Long, Drayton I., his house was lifted up in the air and placed down again, right side up about 10 feet from it’s foundation by a cyclone on 9/13/1892. His wife and 9 children were in the house at the time. All the outbuildings were torn up. Newberry Observer 9/15/1892; a note of thanks to all who helped him when he lost his home in the cyclone, Newberry Observer 2/23/1893, page 3; D. I. Long’s 11-year-old daughter, Carrie Caroline died 9/29/1894 of brain fever. The funeral was at Holy Trinity in Little Mountain. Newberry Observer, 10/3/1894; Drayton I. Long, Schultz’s Battery of Artillery was a new member of the James D. Nance Camp Confederate Veterans. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/2/1905; He 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

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

Long, Ebbie Mrs. delivered triplets, two boys and a girl, on 8/8/1904. The family lived on Col. Johnstone Reid’s place. They have one other child, 16 months old. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/9/1904; One of the boy triplets died 8/4/1904. The other boy was not well. The girl was getting on all right. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/16/1904

Long, Edgar, 17-year-old son of J. J. Long of Lexington County was dragged a mile by a mule while plowing. He sustained injuries, which caused his death. Page 1, Newberry Observer 7/11/1905

Long, Edna Bowers, 63 years old, wife of William W. Long, died 7/28/2000 at the Tuomey Regional Medical Center. Born in Prosperity she was a daughter of Elbert W. Bowers and Pearl Dominick Bowers. Burial was in Evergreen Memorial Park Cemetery. Elmore-Hill-McCreight Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 7/31/2000

Long, Elbert C., 81 years old, of Newberry, husband of Ester H. Turner Long, died 12/5/2000 at Newberry County Memorial Hospital. Born in Newberry County he was a son of Neely and Anner George Long. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 12/6/2000

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

Long, Elizabeth Mrs. of Monroe NC married Thomas F. Tarrant of Newberry on 4/27/1899 at Monroe NC by Rev. Mr. Baisley. Newberry Observer 5/4/1899

Long, Elizabeth Mrs., 63 year old wife of Leander Long, died at Pomaria 12/25/1897. Newberry Observer 12/29/1897

Long, Ella a little girl of about 8 years old, daughter of Widow Long was buried August 14, 1864 in a family grave yard which no doubt will soon be cultivated. She died of croup after an attack of diphtheria. This was the ninth child this mother has buried, also a husband. Information from the journal of Rev. J. P. Smeltzer.

Long, Ernest T. of Newberry married Miss Carrie Beatrice Fulmer of Lexington on 2/15/1905 by Rev. J. K. Efird at the home of the bride’s parents. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/21/1905

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

Long, Ervin J. of Newberry Co. married Daisy C. Mitchel of Saluda Co. on 2/17/1898 by Rev. J. D. Shealy at the residence of the Parson. Newberry Observer 3/2/1898

Long, Eula Miss married George Epting on 2/5/1902 at the home of the bride’s father, Luther M. Long, officiated by Rev. J. J. Long, a brother of the bride. Page 6, Newberry Observer 2/14/1902

Long, F. M. of Holder FL will sail from Jacksonville on the steamship Iroquois for Charleston and will reach Newberry next day by train. He will spend a week at his old home in Utopia section of Newberry and will then return to Florida where he was postmaster and merchant at his town. He also had a store in Hernando FL and commissaries at the Alice mine and the Alta mine. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/18/1905

Long, Fed had left Newberry for Texas. He will join his brother, J. L. Long. Newberry Herald 9/20/1883

Long, female, white, delivered by Dr. J. M. Kibler, on 4/9/1905. Parents are Joe E. and Mary E. Long, cotton Mill operatives, of Newberry City, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Long, female, white, delivered by Dr. T. W. Smith, at Newberry City, on 4/22/1903. Parents are Eb and Alice Long, mill operatives, of Newberry City, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Long, female, white, delivered by Dr. W. G. Houseal, at Newberry City, on 9/25/1904. Parents are Theo Long, Employee of a coffin factory and Mrs. Theo. Long, of Newberry City, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Long, female, white, delivered by Dr. W. G. Houseal, on 8/1/1906. Parents are H. T. Long, clerk in a furniture store and Mrs. H. T. Long of Newberry City, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Long, female, white, delivered by W. G. Houseal, physician, on 5/21/1909. Parents are H. Theo Long, clerk, and Mrs. H. T. Long, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Long, Frank M. went to Florida. Newberry Observer 12/19/1891; A letter from him describing his home in Mohawk FL, Newberry Observer, 4/13/1893, page 1; he visited his mother near Utopia, Newberry Observer 6/8/1893, page 3

Long, Frank, had his pockets picked at the State Fair of a fine gold watch and $8. Newberry Observer 11/12/1891

Long, Fred was a brother to Cornelius Long of Edgefield and Mrs. John C. Goggans of Newberry. Newberry Observer 9/12/1901

Long, G. A. was elected an Elder of Piney Woods Church in the Mt. Tabor section of the county, Herald 1/6/1886, page 2

Long, G. F. Jr. had started his school at Merchant, Edgefield Co. Newberry Observer 11/7/1889; G. F. Long, Jr. was elected Principal of Harmony School. Newberry Observer 12/18/1890; G. F. Long, of Newberry was the cousin to Elisha C. Cureton of Georgia. Newberry Observer, 8/27/1891; G. F. Long, of Edgefield, Principal of Harmony High School, married 12/18/1891 to Sevil Marsh of Trenton SC. Newberry Observer 12/19/1891; He and his wife visited his old home place, Observer 6/22/1893, page 3; G. F. Long Jr. visited his mother who was very sick. Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/17/1903; G. F. Long Jr. of Trenton, was the son of G. Fred Long and Mrs. Sallie Long and brother to Mrs. Walter Spearman, deceased, Cornelius A. Long of Trenton, J. Lawson Long of Dallas TX, Reuben T. Long of California, Jacob M. Long of California, Mrs. Jon C. Goggans of Newberry, Miss Nora Goggans of Newberry and Mrs. W. W. Spearman of Newberry, Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/31/1903; G. F. Long Jr. of Trenton was an uncle to Miss Helen Goggans. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/22/1904

Long, G. F. Mrs. had left for TX. to visit her son, Prof. J. Lawson Long. Newberry Observer, 5/9/1894

Long, G. F. was a delegate from the Democratic Club of Township No. 8 for the County Democratic Convention, Herald 6/12/1884, page 3; He was elected to serve 2 years as ELDER of St. Luke’s. Newberry Observer 11/13/1890; G. F. Long had joined the newly formed James D. Nance Camp of Confederate Veterans of Newberry. Newberry Observer, 7/6/1893; G. F. Long had a family of Negroes working on his farm with unusual ability, Page 3, column 1, Newberry Observer 10/2/1895; G. F. Long broke his leg at his cotton gin on 12/8/1896. Newberry Observer 12/9/1896; G. F. Long of Newberry was the brother of Mrs. Lizzie Hall of Iva, Anderson County. Newberry Observer 1/12/1899; G. F. Long found his kitchen on fire on 3/10/1899 and was able to put it out because he had water works in the house. Newberry Observer 3/16/1899; G. F. Long in 1900 he was alive, a Confederate Veteran of Co. ‘C’ 3rd SC Regt. Newberry Observer 6/14/1900; He was the father of Reuben T. Long of Anderson. Newberry Observer 8/2/1900; G. F. Long will be visited by his son, Lawson Long and family who reside in Dallas TX. Newberry Observer 7/18/1901; G. F. Long of No. 8 Township had a family reunion. Those present were: three daughters, Mrs. John C. Goggans of Newberry, Mrs. Willie Spearman of Silverstreet, Miss Nora Long; four sons, C. A. Long of Trenton SC, J. L. Long of Dallas TX, G. F. Long of Trenton SC, Reuben Long of Anderson. J. J. Long of California could not make it. Three sons in law and three daughters in law were present along with twenty grandchildren. Newberry Observer 8/15/1901; G. F. Long 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; G. F. Long was grandfather to Miss Lois Goggans and father to J. L. Goggans. Page 6, Newberry Observer 5/6/1902; G. F. Long, his picture was on page 1, Newberry Observer 12/12/1902; G. F. Long, left Newberry for Dallas TX to attend the Confederate Reunion. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/22/1902; G. F. Long was thrown from his buggy by a wheel hitting a tree stump on 1/23/1903. He had a broken rib. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/27/1903; G. F. Long sold his 406 acre farm for $8,000. His family was grown and only one daughter remains with him. The other children: two are in TX, two are in CA, and the others are in SC. He was moving to the town of Newberry after he gathers his crops. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/11/1903; G. F. Long will spend the coming year with his sons in California and TX. He will live in Newberry when he returns in a brick house on Johnstone Street. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/25/1903; His personal property was being sold on 12/1/1903. Page 8, Newberry Observer 11/10/1903; He was the father of C. A. Long of Trenton and G. F. Long of Trenton. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/1/1903; G. F. Long was leaving for an extended trip to the west and northwest. He will first visit his son, Lawson Long, who was superintendent of the city schools in Dallas TX. From there he will go to California to visit his sons Jake and Reuben who are with the electric power company in the north part of the State. He will be accompanied by his daughter, Miss Nora Long. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/1/1904; He wrote a letter to the newspaper about his trip to Texas and it was published on Page 5, Newberry Observer 4/22/1904; G. F. Long – a letter from Dallas – page 2, Newberry Observer 5/3/1904; A letter from G. F. Long – it takes up the entire first page of the paper. Page 1, Newberry Observer 5/17/1904; A letter from California. Page 5, Newberry Observer 5/24/1904; A letter from the town of John Adams in California. Page 2, Newberry Observer 6/10/1904; He was on his way home, a letter from Moreland GA. Page 1, Newberry Observer 6/28/1904; He returned home and was expected at a barbecue on Thursday. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/5/1904; He was the father of Reuben Long of California. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/22/1904; G. F. Long was the maternal grandfather to Miss Bessie Spearman who died 8/28/1904 at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth Spearman of Silverstreet of typhoid fever. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/30/1904; G. F. Long attended the Anderson County Fair. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/7/1904; G. F. Long attended the Confederate reunion in Louisville KY. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/13/1905; He returned home from Louisville KY. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/20/1905; He was elected an elder of Colony Church. Page 5, Newberry Observer 10/27/1905; George Fred Long, male, white, died 5/4/1910, of heart disease. The deceased was 75 years old, born in South Carolina, resided in Newberry City. Reported by W. G. Houseal M. D. Burial was in Colony Church. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library); George F. Long was born in Newberry County SC 3/15/1835, son of Jacob S. and Magdalene (Schumpert) Long. He received his education in Newberry SC. In April 1861 he joined Company ‘C’ 3rd Regt., Kershaw’s Brigade, McLaw’s Division, Longstreet’s Corps. In December 1863 he was wounded at Knoxville TN, taken as a prisoner and held captive until the end of the war. After his release from the prison at Rock Island Illinois in April 1865, he returned to Newberry and farming. He was married 11/22/1853 to Miss Sarah E. Fellers, daughter of Michael Fellers of Newberry County. Information from CONFEDERATE MILITARY HISTORY published 1899 and found in the Newberry County Library.

Long, G. F. was appointed as a delegate to represent the James D. Nance UCV at the reunion of veterans at Birmingham ALA, Newberry Observer 9/7/1893, page 3

Long, G. F. was elected Treasurer of the James D. Nance Camp No. 336 UCV, Newberry Observer 9/7/1893, page 3

Long, G. M. was re- appointed as Assessor for Township No. 9 Newberry Observer, 1/12/1893

Long, G. W. – Mr. G. L. Oxner complained he was always mistaken for G. W. Long and requests that Mr. Long either grow a beard or shave off his moustache, Herald 8/21/1884, page 3

Long, George M. of No. 8 Township, was moving to Florida. Newberry Observer 1/28/1892; George M. Long, formerly of Newberry, lived at Lowell Florida. Newberry Observer 8/23/1900

Long, George Simpson married Carrie Litzsey, both of Newberry on 12/14/1890 by Rev. J. H. Wyse. Newberry Observer 1/1/1891

Long, George, was accidentally shot with a 44 caliber pistol 12/31/1878. He was standing near parties who were examining the pistol when it accidentally discharged sending a ball through his arm just above the wrist between the two bones. Newberry Herald 1/8/1879; While out hunting on 3/1/1879 his powder flask exploded burning his face, hands, singing his eye brows and eye lashes. Newberry Herald 3/12/1879

Long, Grace see Grace Long AMICK, Newberry Observer 12/10/1999

Long, Grace see Grace Long BARDEN, Newberry Observer 3/15/1999

Long, H. T. of Newberry married Miss Fannie Stewart of Camden on 12/16/1903. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/1/1904; Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Long moved from Camden to Newberry. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/23/1904; H. T. Long was the son of M. M. Long and a brother to Lawson Long. Page 5, Newberry Observer 10/27/1905

Long, Harriet Mrs. was very sick. Page 5, Newberry Observer 10/7/1902.

Long, Henry colored, wife and son murdered John Ballew in Union County. The sheriff took the 3 murderers to the Columbia Penitentiary to avoid a lynching, Herald 8/23/1883, page 2

Long, Henry lost $300 worth of saw logs at his mill on the Saluda River due to high water. Newberry Observer 4/11/1901

Long, Henry O. married Miss Daisy Belle Dominick, daughter of Lindsay Dominick of Utopia on 9/12/1901 by Rev. D. P. Boyd. Newberry Observer 9/19/1901; H. O. Long dissolved partnership with B. M. Havird. Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/14/1902; Henry O. Long attended the Charleston Exposition. Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/21/1902; H. O. Long advertised his sawmill was now located on the farm owned by Mrs. Ida N. Boozer. He had first class lumber to sell. Page 5, Newberry Observer 12/25/1903; H. O. Long of Silverstreet advertised: "I moved my saw mill on Mrs. Ida N. Boozer’s plantation near new Chapel Church and am now prepared to furnish on short notice long and short leaf Pine lumber.’ Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/5/1904; Henry O. Long was appointed as a manager of elections at Township No. 8, Deadfall section. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/28/1904; Henry O. Long left for Clemson College to attend the Farmers Institute. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/9/1904; H. O. Long bought property in Silverstreet for $3000. Page 8, Newberry Observer 11/28/1905

Long, Henry of Prosperity was sick for a long time but was improving, Herald 7/12/1883, page 3; Henry Long, 83 years old and respected citizen living a few miles from Prosperity died 6/10/1884, Herald 6/12/1884, page 3

Long, Hilliard, 60 years old, died at his home near O’Neall on 4/15/1893. Newberry Observer, 4/20/1893; He was adding two new rooms to a house occupied by Simon Long. Page 5, Newberry Observer 1/29/1904

Long, Homer F., 84 years old, husband of Nancy Nichols Long, died 8/19/1998 at Newberry County Memorial Hospital. Born in Newberry Co, he was a son of Luther Edgar and Fannie Harmon Long. Burial was in Newberry Memorial Gardens. Whitaker Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 8/21/1998

Long, Horace and Miss Bessie Long moved to Greenwood to live with their brother Will Long. Page 1, Newberry Observer 12/8/1905

Long, Ida Miss was sick. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/16/1903.

Long, J. A. description of a trip from Prosperity to Newberry by J. A. L., Herald 4/12/1883, page 2; He was paid $75.20 salary for hay for the mules; Supervisor’s Quarterly Report ending 3/21/1899 printed in the Newberry Observer 4/6/1899

Long, J. E. and J. W. Long bought 78 acres of land at MASTER SALE for $525. Newberry Observer 11/9/1899; J. E. Long married Miss Corrie Gruber on 1/17/1903 by Rev. D. P. Boyd. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/20/1903

Long, J. G. was appointed as a manager of elections at Township No. 11, Pomaria section. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/28/1904

Long, J. J. of Newberry received honorable mention for Sophomore Greek at the Newberry College Commencement, Press & Reporter 6/26/1895, page 2

Long, J. J. Mrs. was the daughter of John M. Livingston and Catherine Livingston. She was the sister of Mrs. L. Q. Fellers, Mrs. James S. Porter, Mrs. George A. Langford, Mr. Preston B. Livingston and Mr. Daniel G. Livingston. Newberry Observer 3/14/1901; Mrs. J. J. Long of Hayne was a sister to Miss Nora Blair. Page 5, Newberry Observer 7/22/1904

Long, J. J. of Jalapa SC a member of the ’95 graduating Class of Newberry College gave his essay speech on "The Moral Standards", Press & Reporter 6/26/1895, page 2; J. J. Long was a graduate of Newberry College for 1895. Newberry Observer 5/8/1895; He delivered ‘Moral Standard’ at the Commencement Exercises. Newberry Observer, 6/19/1895; Rev. J. J. Long was offered a Pastorate at Mt. Jackson VA but had declined and will remain at Bethlehem Church. Newberry Observer 6/27/1901; Rev. J. J. Long will be Pastor of Pomaria Lutheran Church. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/21/1903.

Long, J. L. formerly of Newberry was a teacher in Texas, with a salary of $75-$100/month as compared to South Carolina’s teacher salary of $26/month for 3-4 months. Newberry Observer 6/20/1889; Mr. J. Lawson Long was re-elected Principal of the Rosenberg School in Galveston Texas with an increase in salary to $185/month. Newberry Observer 7/18/1889; Professor J. L. Long, of Galveston Texas, was coming to Newberry with his wife and 2 children to spend the summer with his father, G. F. Long. Newberry Observer 6/25/1891; J. Lawson Long, son of G. F. Long of Newberry was elected Superintendent of the Dallas TX. Graded Schools at a salary of $2000. He was the Superintendent of the Galveston Schools for many years. Newberry Observer, 5/4/1893; Professor J. Lawson Long, was superintendent of city schools in Dallas TX. Newberry Observer 1/5/1899; J. Lawson Long, of Dallas Texas was superintendent of schools with a salary of $2400/year. A large article on TX. See Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/25/1901; Lawson Long and family of Dallas TX visited his father G. F. Long of No. 8 Township. Newberry Observer 7/18/1901; He will also visit his sister Mrs. John C. Goggans. Newberry Observer 8/1/1901; J. Lawson Long of Dallas TX, was the son of G. Fed Long and Mrs. Sallie Long and brother to Mrs. Walter Spearman, deceased, G. F. Long of Trenton, Cornelius A. Long of Trenton, Reuben T. Long of California, Jacob M. Long of California, Mrs. Jon C. Goggans of Newberry, Miss Nora Goggans of Newberry and Mrs. W. W. Spearman of Newberry, Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/31/1903

Long, J. M. son of G. M. Long became a member of the James D. Nance UCV, Newberry Observer 9/7/1893, page 3

Long, J. M. son of G. M. Long CSA, was admitted as a member of the James D. Nance Camp No. 336 Newberry Observer, 9/7/1893; J. M. Long of Newberry was a graduate of Newberry College for 1897. He delivered the speech ‘The Power of Publicity’ at the commencement exercises at Newberry College on 6/13/1897. Newberry Observer 6/16/1897

Long, J. Wesley, bought 50-4/10 acres of land for $565. Newberry Observer, 12/8/1892; J. W. Long of Newberry married Fannie Mayson of Saluda County on 12/25/1898, officiated by Rev. W. H. Simpson. Newberry Observer 1/5/1899; J. W. Long, and J. E. Long bought 78 acres of land at MASTER SALE for $525. Newberry Observer 11/9/189; J. W. Long of Greenwood went hunting with his brother of Newberry and they bagged 127 birds. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/8/1904

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

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

Long, J. Wilson was selected as a juror for Sessions Court beginning 3/20/1893, Observer 3/9/1893, page 3

Long, Jacob M. received the prize of Webster’s International Dictionary for best examination into the Sophomore Class, Newberry Observer 6/15/1893, page 3; Jacob M. Long, son of G. F. Long, took a course in Pittsfield Mass. in the Stanley Electric Works. He will be employed in California as an operator of an electric plant. Newberry Observer 2/7/1901; Jacob M. Long of California, was the son of G. Fed Long and Mrs. Sallie Long and brother to Mrs. Walter Spearman, deceased, G. F. Long of Trenton, J. Lawson Long of Dallas TX, Reuben T. Long of California, Cornelius A. Long of Trenton, Mrs. Jon C. Goggans of Newberry, Miss Nora Goggans of Newberry and Mrs. W. W. Spearman of Newberry, Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/31/1903; Jacob M. Long, son of G. F. Long and an 1897 graduate of Newberry College, married Miss Rose Edna Harris at San Jose California on 5/27/1903. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/2/1903; J. M. Long and wife went to Colgate California by way of Dallas TX. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/23/1903.

Long, Jacob W. was appointed as a manager of elections at Township No. 9, Swilton section. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/28/1904

Long, Jacob won the prize for the best examination for admission to the sophomore class at Newberry College, the prize being a copy of Webster’s Dictionary. Newberry Observer, 6/15/1893

Long, Jake of California was the son of G. F. Long of Newberry and brother to Miss Nora Long of Newberry and Lawson Long who was superintendent of the city schools in Dallas TX. and Reuben Long who was with the electric power company in the north part of California. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/1/1904

Long, James H., 75 years old, died 5/18/1999 at Lexington Memorial Hospital. Born in Newberry County, Mr. Long was a son of the late Junius Hayne and Janie Dorothy Lominick Long. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 5/19/1999

Long, James of Edgefield confronted Antony Carter colored, about the 2 missing bales of cotton and Carter shot and killed him. Newberry Observer 10/15/1891

Long, Jamie Mrs. was elected Principal of Johnstone Academy. Newberry Observer 9/5/1901

Long, Jane A. Mrs. was elected as Teacher of the Johnstone Academy, Newberry Observer 2/2/1893, page 3; Mrs. J. A. Long was elected as Principal of Johnstone Academy. Newberry Observer, 3/7/1894; Mrs. Jane A. Long was elected Principal of Johnstone Academy. Newberry Observer 5/22/1895; Mrs. Jane A. Long, was a teacher at Garmany School. Newberry Observer 9/22/1897; Mrs. Jane A. Long was attending the Teacher’s Summer School at Newberry College. Newberry Observer 8/24/1899; Mrs. Jane Long was employed to teach at the Mollohon School starting 10/13/1902. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/30/1902

Long, Jane Mrs. teaches school at Mollohon Mill. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/16/1904

Long, Janie "Jean" see Janie "Jean" Long Suber KINARD, Newberry Observer 2/8/1999

Long, Jefferson of Lewiedale received property damage from the cyclone of 5/3/1893, Newberry Observer 5/11/1893, page 1

Long, John 90 years old died 10/23/1884. Had 65 great grandchildren of whom 55 still live. Herald 11/6/1884, page 3

Long, John colored, was shot in the face by Ed Davis, colored. The fight was over a woman and happened at the farm owned by John Buzhardt in Saluda County. Page 2, Newberry Observer 4/18/1905

Long, John F. of Mount Pilgrim married Florence Waters on 6/3/1903 at the home of the bride’s father, W. L. Waters of Jalapa by Rev. A. J. Bowers. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/5/1903

Long, John J. Rev. married Miss Nannie Livingston, daughter of the late John M. Livingston. She died 9/1/1902. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/5/1902; Rev. J. J. Long had accepted the Pastorate of Mayer Memorial, Beth Eden and Colony Churches. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/19/1902; One of the 5 week old twin sons of Rev. J. J. Long died 9/25/1902 at the home of Dan G. Livingston. Burial was in Bethlehem Cemetery. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/30/1902; John J. Long will marry Miss Bessie Blair, daughter of Thomas S. Blair of Utopia on 10/22/1903 at the home of the bride’s father. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/20/1903; About the wedding, Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/23/1903

Long, John M., brother of Reuben T. Long, was in charge of one of the largest power plants in the US in California. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/18/1902

Long, John Mrs. of Silverstreet visited her brother H. S. Boozer who was sick. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/28/1905

Long, John T. while attempting to cross Eleazer Creek on 1/17/1883 came close to being drowned. His horse was carried downstream quite a way, Herald 1/25/1883, page 3

Long, John was a survivor of Co. G 13th Regt. SC Vols. Herald 5/15/1884, page 2

Long, John will move to near Lexington Court House. Page 5, Newberry Observer 10/13/1903

Long, Julia Miss of Mt. Willing SC was in Newberry to attend the college commencement, Newberry Observer 6/15/1893, page 3;

Long, Junius G. and family of Pomaria visited J. C. Counts of Prosperity. Page 5, Newberry Observer 11/3/1905

Long, L. S. sold a bale of cotton to Wise Bros. for 11-¾ cents/pound. Page 5, Newberry Observer 9/4/1903

Long, L. Victoria married W. R. Wise, both of Newberry on 12/21/1893 by Rev. Z. W. Bedenbaugh. Newberry Observer, 12/27/1893

Long, L. W. of Utopia, his 17-year-old son, Norman Long, died 11/27/1899 and was buried at New Chapel. Newberry Observer 11/30/1899

Long, L.W. Mrs. of No. 8 Township, her 4-year-old son died 10/31/1889. Newberry Observer 11/7/1889

Long, Latimer 5-year-old son of Mrs. Lula Long, died at the home near Utopia 1/14/1895 of congestion of the stomach. Newberry Observer, 1/16/1895

Long, Latimer W. was suffering paralysis of his face and arm. Newberry Herald, 12/18/1878; Someone took a free ride on Latimer Long’s mule and left it at Mike Buzzard’s, Herald 5/31/1883, page 3; Latimer W. Long was a delegate from the Democratic Club of Township No. 8 for the County Democratic Convention, Herald 6/12/1884, page 3; Latimer W. Long, 45 years old, died at his home in No. 8 Township on 4/17/1889 of typhoid pneumonia. He leaves a wife and eleven children. Newberry Herald 4/25/1889; A tribute to L. W. Long, Page 3, column 6. Newberry Herald 5/2/1889; Latimer Long, CSA was wounded at the Battle of the Wilderness. Page 6, Newberry Observer 8/5/1904

Long, Lawson the superintendent of the city schools in Dallas TX. was the son of G. F. Long of Newberry and brother to Miss Nora Long of Newberry and Jake Long and Reuben Long who are with the electric power company in the north part of California. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/1/1904; Lawson Long son of M. M. Long was injured while plowing when his horse ran away with him. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/16/1905; He was the son of M. M. Long and was boarding with his brother, H. T. Long and working for the Carolina Manufacturing Co. Page 5, Newberry Observer 10/27/1905

Long, Lawton Mrs. will assist in teaching at Mt. Pilgrim School. Newberry Observer 12/4/1895

Long, Lawton S. married Lillie L. Wertz on 10/16/1892 at the Lutheran Parsonage. Newberry Observer, 10/20/1892

Long, Leander Mrs. - Uncle George Counts Sr. of Excelsior died 11/28/1894. He was the father of Mrs. Leander Long. His wife was Aunt Susie Counts who died 10/22/1893. Burial was in Singley Burial Ground. Newberry Observer, 12/5/1894; Mrs. Leander Long died at her home near Pomaria 12/25/1897. Burial was at St. Paul’s Cemetery. Newberry Observer 1/5/1898

Long, Leander was appointed as manager of elections for Pomaria section at the Democratic executive meeting in preparation for the primary election, Newberry Observer 6/15/1893, page 3; Leander Long and wife of Pomaria moved to her father’s old home place and will care for him in his old age. Newberry Observer, 11/14/1894; Lee Long and his wife moved back to Pomaria. Newberry Observer, 1/9/1895; Leander Long, 66 years old, died 4/9/1898 at his home in Newberry Co., a member of Bethlehem Lutheran Church. Burial was at St. Paul’s Graveyard beside his wife. Newberry Observer 4/13/1898

Long, Lee Mrs. of Pomaria visited her daughter Mrs. C. W. Ringer. Newberry Observer 11/18/1896

Long, Lee of Prosperity furnished the names of the survivors of the 13th Regt. SCV, Herald 5/15/1884, page 2

Long, Lillian V., female, white, died 10/12/1918 of influenza, pneumonia. The deceased was 5 years, 3 months, 17 days old, born in Newberry, SC., and lived in Newberry City. Reported by W. G. Houseal MD. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Long, Lula Mrs., (nee Werts) widow of Latimer W. Long, died at her home in No. 8 Township on 11/26/1905 with burial at New Chapel Church Cemetery. Five children survived her. Page 8, Newberry Observer 11/28/1905

Long, Luther M. was re-appointed as Assessor for Township No. 5 Newberry Observer, 1/12/1893; Luther M. Long lost his cotton house on 11/19/1905 to arson. It was located five miles from Newberry in Reeder Township. The loss was $500 with no insurance. Page 8, Newberry Observer 11/24/1905

Long, Luther of Smokey Town was sending several grain cradles he made to different sections, Herald 6/18/1885, page 2

Long, M. C. acted as stenographer n the Edgefield Circuit Court. He was appointed as stenographer of the 8th Circuit Court and will move probably to Greenville. Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/17/1903

Long, M. L. harvested 40 bushels of corn per acre. Newberry Observer, 9/12/1894

Long, M. L. Mrs. retired from teaching after 25 years. Newberry Observer 4/7/1897

Long, M. M. Mrs. of No. 10 Township died 3/15/1893. Newberry Observer, 3/23/1893

Long, M. M. was selected as a juror for Sessions Court beginning 3/20/1893, Observer 3/9/1893, page 3; M. M. Long and his brother M. L. Long were survivors of Co. G 13th Regt. SC Vols. Herald 5/15/1884, page 2; M. M. Long of Co. ‘G’ 20th 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 M. M. Long was the father to H. T. Long and Lawson Long. Page 5, Newberry Observer 10/27/1905

Long, M. Mrs. won a $1 Prize for her wool hat at the Newberry Agriculture Fair, Herald 10/25/1883, page 2; She won a prize at the Newberry Agricultural Fair for mattress, wool hat, calico dress, man’s coat, shirt (special mention) Herald 11/6/1884, page 2

Long, M. won a $5 Prize for mule colt under 1 year at the Newberry Agriculture Fair, Herald 10/25/1883, page 2

Long, Maggie married William M. Spearman, both of Newberry on 9/25/1892 at the home of the bride’s father, G. F. Long by Rev. G.W. Holland. Newberry Observer, 9/29/1892; Maggie Long married William W. Spearman. She died 11/18/1905. Page 8, Newberry Observer 11/21/1905

Long, Malcolm L. was appointed as a manager of elections at Township No. 10, Union section. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/28/1904

Long, male, white, delivered by Dr. J. M. Kibler on 2/26/1900. Parents are Michael Long, operative and Mrs. Lizzie Long of Newberry City, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Long, male, white, delivered by F. D. Mower M. D., on 1/17/1912. Parents are Wilbur E. Long, clerk, and Pearl Long, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Long, male, white, delivered by J. M. Kibler, M. D., on 10/28/1907. Parents are J. E. Long and Jo Long, operatives, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Long, male, white, delivered by W. E. Pelham Jr. M. D., on 8/4/1913. Parents are H. T. Long, clerk, and Mrs. H. T. Long, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Long, male, white, delivered by W. G. Houseal M. D., on 6/25/1913. Parents are George L. Long, salesman, and Mrs. George L. Long, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Long, Margaret Miss was sick with fever. Newberry Observer 8/8/1901

Long, Marion W. married Miss Lillie T. Epting on 12/10/1902 at the bride’s home by Rev. J. K. Efird. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/12/1902

Long, Martha Clementine, female, white, delivered by W. G. Houseal MD. on 10/13/1916. Parents are George Long, salesman, born in SC, and ---Mann Long, born in SC, living in Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Long, Mary C. married Henry W. Meetze on 2/11/1894 at the home of the bride’s father, J. I. Long, by Rev. J. A. Sligh. Newberry Observer, 2/21/1894

Long, Mary Geneva, 95 years old, died 6/29/2000 at Jesse Frank Hawkins Nursing Center. Born in Newberry County she was a daughter of Mark Long and Maggie Ruff Long. Burial was in Belmont Baptist Church Cemetery of Silverstreet. Wilson Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 6/30/2000

Long, Mary married _____ Kemper and moved to Coweta County GA. in 1840. She died 6/9/1901 at age 92 years. Newberry Observer 6/27/1901.

Long, Mary married James Dickert 11/18/1897 by Rev. J. W. Blanton at Prosperity. Newberry Observer 11/24/1897; Mrs. Mary Long married James Dickert on 11/18/1897 at the Baptist Parsonage in Prosperity by Rev. J. W. Blanton, The Prosperity Advertiser 11/24/1897, page 8

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

Long, Mary Shealy, 92 years old, died 12/28/1998 in Sumter. Born in Chapin, she was a daughter of Julian and Ella Derrick Shealy. Burial was in Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery. McSwain-Evans Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 12/28/1998

Long, Michael, 18-year-old son of W. E. Long died at his parent’s home in Higgins Ferry, Saluda Co. SC on 11/14/1895. Newberry Observer 11/20/1895

Long, Minnie Miss married James A. Sease 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

Long, Missouri Mrs. was on a visit to GA and became sick. Page 1, Newberry Observer 8/4/1905

Long, Munson S. was a member of the lawful jury at an inquisition held over the body of Herbert Swittenberg 8/16/1880, at the Newberry County Jail. A record of the inquisition was kept at the SC State Archives and was printed in the Old Newberry Chapter Quarterly, Summer 2001 edition; Munson Long colored, ex-school commissioner, had a school of 80 pupils in No. 7 Township. His wife, with one assistant was teaching about 140 pupils near Prosperity. Newberry Herald 3/29/1883; Munson S. Long colored, a 45 year old prominent man, school commissioner for two terms, died in Newberry on 8/18/1889 of congestion. Since 1876 he was a schoolteacher. Newberry Observer 8/22/1889

Long, Myrtle Mayes, 92 years old, of Silverstreet, widow of B. O. Long, died 9/2/2000 at the Lowman Home of White Rock. Born in Ellenton, she was a daughter of Robert Dean and Janie Kennedy Mayes. Burial was in Silverstreet Lutheran Church Cemetery. Newberry Observer 9/6/2000

Long, Nancy E. Mrs. bought 136 acres of land for $1060. Newberry Observer, 12/8/1892; bought 13-¾ acres of land at a Probate Judge Sale for $50. Newberry Observer, 1/5/1893, page 3

Long, Nancy Miss, 78 years and 2 months old, a former resident of Newberry, died 5/14/1895 in Edgefield County. She lived near Bethel Church and was a member of the congregation for 30-40 years. Burial was in Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery. Newberry Observer 5/22/1895

Long, Nancy, married Drayton L. Ham, both of No. 8 Township on 8/28/1892 by Rev. C.D. Mann at the home of the bride’s mother, Mrs. Lula I. Long. Newberry Observer, 9/1/1892

Long, Nannie Mrs., wife of Rev. John J. Long, died at Bethlehem Parsonage in Hayne on 9/1/1902. She was the daughter of the late John M. Livingston. Burial was in Bethlehem Graveyard. She was survived by her husband and three children, the youngest only a few weeks old. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/5/1902.

Long, Nannie spent time with her cousin, Miss Dollie Yarbrough. Newberry Observer 6/15/1898

Long, Nannie, daughter of William Long, died 9/16/1883. Newberry Herald 9/27/1883; She died from typhoid fever. She was a member of Bethel Baptist Church. Newberry Herald 9/27/1883

Long, Neal married Miss Anna George 12/25/1905 officiated by the Rev. N. N. Burton at his residence. Page 1, Newberry Observer 12/29/1905

Long, Neely charged with malicious mischief in cutting up the harness of some of his neighbors at a party was found guilty by a jury. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/14/1902; Neely Long, COURT OF SESSIONS, assault and battery with intent to kill, no bill; burglary and larceny, no bill. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/21/1902

Long, Nicie was a daughter of James Long of Fairfield Co. Newberry Observer 5/5/1897

Long, Nora Miss died 5/11/1898 at Marion Florida where she was visiting her Uncle, George M. Long. Her mother was Mrs. Lula Long of Utopia. She was buried at New Chapel Methodist Church Cemetery in Newberry. Newberry Observer 5/18/1899; She left Newberry for Dallas TX to attend the Confederate Reunion. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/22/1902; Miss Nora Long of Newberry was the daughter of G. F. Long of Newberry and sister to Lawson Long who was superintendent of the city schools in Dallas TX. and Jake Long and Reuben Long who are with the electric power company in the north part of California. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/1/1904; Miss Nora Long, who accompanied her father, G. F. Long, to TX and California returned home. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/5/1904

Long, Norman, 17-year-old son of L. W. Long of Utopia, died 11/27/1899 and was buried at new Chapel. Newberry Observer 11/30/1899

Long, Ola Miss had a letter to be picked up at the Prosperity Post office. Page 5 Newberry Observer 11/18/1904

Long, Oscar went hunting with John Alewine and together they bagged 45 birds and a couple of hawks. Page 1, Newberry Observer 12/8/1905

Long, P. Buford, 91 years old, died 7/14/1998 at University Hospital Augusta GA. Born in Newberry, he was a son of Neeley E. and Anna George Long. He married first Annie Belle Boland Long, second to Thelma Proctor Long. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. Whitaker Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 7/15/1998

Long, Polly Mrs. fell 9/17/1902 at her daughter’s place, Mrs. J. B. Reagin. She was badly hurt. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/19/1902; Mrs. Polly Long was 90 years old, the mother in law to James B. Reagin with whom she lived. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/2/1902; Her picture was on page 1, Newberry Observer 12/12/1902; She died 1/9/1903 of pleurisy. She fell down some stairs a few months ago and never fully recovered. She was born Mary Magdalene Schumpert on 9/13/1813. She was survived by 4 children: G. F. Long, Luther M. Long, Mrs. James B. Reagin and Mrs. Mary E. Hall. She also was survived by 26 grandchildren, 38 great grandchildren, and 1 great great grand child. Burial was in Schumpert Graveyard. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/13/1903

Long, Polly, daughter of Major Long Esq. received permission for marriage 1/9/1808 by Samuel Lindsay Esq., Ordinary of the Court, to marry Captain Henry Coates Esq. The marriage was performed 1/10/1808. This record was an encapsulated record found in the Probate Office of Newberry Court House in the year 2000.

Long, Press colored, was arrested for interfering with witnesses in a case. Newberry Observer 3/30/1895

Long, R. T. of Anderson visited his father in Newberry, Newberry Observer, 6/29/1893,.page 3;

Long, Reba see Reba Long CROMER, Newberry Observer 12/28/1998

Long, Reuben T. moved to Anderson to assist in putting up water works for the town. Newberry Observer, 5/8/1890; Reuben T. Long lived in Anderson. His father was G. F. Long of Newberry. Newberry Observer 8/2/1900; Reuben Long was sick in Anderson. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Long have brought him home to Newberry. Newberry Observer 10/16/1890; Reuben T. Long was moving from Anderson to California. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/18/1902; Reuben T. Long of California, was the son of G. Fed Long and Mrs. Sallie Long and brother to Mrs. Walter Spearman, deceased, G. F. Long of Trenton, J. Lawson Long of Dallas TX, Cornelius A. Long of Trenton, Jacob M. Long of California, Mrs. Jon C. Goggans of Newberry, Miss Nora Goggans of Newberry and Mrs. W. W. Spearman of Newberry, Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/31/1903; Reuben Long of California was the son of G. F. Long of Newberry and brother to Miss Nora Long of Newberry, Lawson Long who was superintendent of the city schools in Dallas TX. and Jake Long who was with the electric power company in the north part of California. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/1/1904; Reuben T. Long of California visited his father, G. F. Long. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/22/1904; He will not return to California. He returned to Anderson, SC where he will work in a power plant. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/26/1904

Long, Robert colored, 12 years old, had confessed to burglary, Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/25/1903; colored youth, COURT OF SESSIONS, housebreaking and larceny, guilty, to serve ten months in the State reformatory, Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/12/1904

Long, Ruby Boland, 91 years old, widow of Julius Vernon Long, died 3/17/2000. She was born 12/27/1908 in Batesburg. Burial was in Sharon Memorial Cemetery Charlotte NC. George H. Havell & Son Funeral Home, Jacksonville FL was in charge. Newberry Observer 3/19/2000

Long, S. P. Mrs. lost 30 chickens to minks. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/8/1904

Long, Sallie Miss of O’Nealls was in Prosperity visiting the family of Rev. J. W. Blanton, Press & Reporter 11/6/1895, page 3; She married Noah A. Moore at the home of the bride’s mother, Mrs. M. Long in No. 9 Township, officiated by Rev. P. H. E. Derrick. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/30/1904

Long, Sallie Mrs. 66-year-old wife of G. Fed Long of Mendenhall Township, died 3/27/1903 from a lung abscess. Burial was in Colony Church Cemetery. She was the mother of nine children and only one was deceased, Mrs. Walter Spearman. The living children are Cornelius A. Long of Trenton, G. F. Long of Trenton, J. Lawson Long of Dallas TX, Reuben T. Long of California, Jacob M. Long of California, Mrs. Jon C. Goggans of Newberry, Miss Nora Goggans of Newberry and Mrs. W. W. Spearman of Newberry, Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/31/1903

Long, Sarah Bertha Shealy, 98 years old, widow of Eugene W. Long, died 1/24/1998. Born in Prosperity, she was a daughter of Samuel Luther and Sarah Kinard Shealy. Burial was in Wittenberg Lutheran Church Cemetery. Newberry Observer 1/26/1998

Long, Sarah Miss married Julius J. Epting on 9/11/1904 at St. Paul’s Parsonage, officiated by the Rev. J. A. Sligh. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/23/1904

Long, Sarah see Sarah Long POAG-HURST, Newberry Observer 5/29/1998

Long, Simon, COURT OF SESSIONS, selling property under lien, sentenced to a fine of $15 or 30 days on the chain gang – he paid the fine, Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/12/1904

Long, Simon, living 3 miles from Prosperity, had his leg broken 11/29/1891. He fell while cutting trees. Newberry Observer 12/5/1891

Long, Susan Mrs. will be 79 years old, in February 1902. Newberry Observer 11/19/1901

Long, Victoria, wife of Michael M. Long, 45 years old, died at her home in No. 10 Township 8/12/1891. She leaves nine children. Newberry Observer, 8/20/1891; A note of thanks for everyone’s kindness during her illness. Newberry Observer, 8/27/1891

Long, Vinie Mrs. visited Mrs. Alice Long last week. Page 5, Newberry Observer 1/29/1904

Long, Virginia see Virginia Long LIVINGSTON, Newberry Observer 1/21/2000

Long, W. E. his 18-year-old son, Michael Long, died 11/14/1895. Newberry Observer 11/20/1895

Long, W. G. of Greenville works for the Mallard Lumber Co. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/2/1904

Long, W. H. was a delegate representing the James D. Nance Camp No. 336 at the United Confederate Veterans Reunion in Birmingham Alabama. Newberry Observer, 4/25/1894; W. H. Long of Township No. 9 was granted a pension for 1899 by the County Pension Board. Page 1, Newberry Observer 4/20/1899; W. H. Long married Miss Ida E. Baker on 3/8/1903 at the home of the bride’s father J. A. Baker. Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/20/1903

Long, W. O. attended the International Sunday School Convention at Denver CO. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/24/1902

Long, Wesley, lost an 11-year-old child by pneumonia. He lived on the place owned by Mr. S. C. Merchant. Newberry Herald 3/5/1879

Long, Will of Greenwood was the brother of Bessie Long and Horace Long, who will live with him. Page 1, Newberry Observer 12/8/1905

Long, William Mrs. broke her arm some time ago and was healing well. Page 3, Newberry Observer 2/14/1902

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

Long, Willie married Miss Lily Harmon on 3/12/1905 at St. Luke Parsonage, officiated by Rev. S. P. Koon. The bride was the daughter of Mrs. Keziah Harmon. Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/17/1905

Long, Wilma Elizabeth, female, white, delivered by F. D. Mower M. D., on 12/1/1914. Parents are Wilbur E. Long, clerk, and Pearl Singley Long, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Long, Wilson of Smokey Town his house was being painted by Mr. Brannon, Herald 6/18/1885, page 2

Longshore, (no first name, race or sex given), died 12/23/1906 of gastro eruhums, (?) colds, born in the County, was 3 years old, and lived in Newberry City for 6 months. Dr. P. G. Ellesor M. D. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Longshore, (no sex given), black, died 12/17/1896 of pneumonia. The deceased was a resident of Ward 1 for 7 days, was 7 days old, born in Newberry City. Burial was in a County Cemetery. (Record of Death Returns for the City of Newberry kept at the Newberry County Library)

Longshore, A. C., male, black, died 10/9/1918 of influenza and pneumonia. The deceased was 18 years, old, born in SC., and lived in Newberry City. Reported by W. E. Lake MD. Burial was in Werts Cemetery. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Longshore, A. J. Private was a member of Co. ‘B’ Holcombe’s Brigade. He was mortally wounded in the abdomen at the Battle of Fredericksburg on 12/13/1862. Page 1, Newberry Observer 3/21/1905

Longshore, A. L. (MD.), male, white, died 5/27/1902 of typhoid fever. He was 33 years old, born in Newberry, SC and lived in Newberry City, Ward 1, for 5 years. Reported by Dr. P. G. Ellesor. Burial was in Trinity Cemetery. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Longshore, A. Mrs. lost her barn, stables and adjoining buildings to fire. The loss was $150 with no insurance. Newberry Observer 7/27/1898.

Longshore, Ada, female, black, delivered by Mary Hodges, midwife, on 12/26/1916. Parents are Mayer Longshore, farmer, born in SC, and Mary Johnstone Longshore, born in SC, living in Newberry City.

Longshore, Andrew J. Jr. was a member of Company ‘B’ 3rd Regt. Confederate War, transferred to the Cavalry, Page 5, Newberry Observer 11/25/1902

Longshore, Andrew, son of L. F. Longshore, was studying at Wofford College. Newberry Observer 10/3/1889; Andrew L. Longshore’s school was having it’s annual picnic 7/5/1890 in Col. T.J. Maffett’s pasture, near Zion Church. Newberry Observer, 6/26/1890; Andrew L. Longshore was attending the State University in Columbia. Newberry Observer 10/9/1890; Andrew L. Longshore will study medicine in the College of Physicians and Surgeons in Baltimore. Newberry Observer 10/8/1891; Andrew L. Longshore was a graduate of Class of "93 of College of Physicians and Surgeons in Baltimore on 4/19/1893. Newberry Observer, 4/20/1893; Dr. A. L. Longshore bought at MASTER SALE 36 acres of land for $305. Newberry Observer 12/8/1897; A. L. Longshore, of Silverstreet, lost his gin house to fire. The Governor offered a $100 reward for the capture of the person responsible for the fire. Newberry Observer 1/19/1898; Dr. Andrew L. Longshore of Silverstreet, married Sarah Emma Riser on 11/14/1899 at the home of the bride’s father W. W. Riser of Township No. 4, officiated by Rev. D. Tiller. Newberry Observer 11/16/1899; Dr. Andrew L. Longshore was moving to Vincent Street in Newberry in January. Newberry Observer 12/20/1901; Dr. A. L. Longshore was elected surgeon of the Excelsior Fire Company for the coming year. Newberry Observer 12/20/1901; Dr. A. L. Longshore was appointed physician for the County Home and County Jail. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/3/1902; Dr. Longshore and wife moved from Silverstreet to the town of Newberry, Eagle Eye 1/15/1902, page 7; Dr. A. L. Longshore moved from the Trinity section to the City of Newberry. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/17/1902; Dr. Andrew L. Longshore, 33 years old, died of typhoid fever on 5/27/1902. He was a son of Levi F. Longshore. Burial was in Trinity Church Graveyard. He married 10/13/1899 to Miss Emma Riser, daughter of Captain W. W. Riser. His wife and 5-month-old daughter survived him. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/30/1902; His family received $1000 from NY Life Insurance Co. Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/24/1902

Longshore, Annie married Job Davenport, both of Newberry on 2/12/1889 at the home of Madison Pitts by the Rev. B. F. Corley. Newberry Observer 2/14/1889

Longshore, C. Miss was advertised having a letter for pick up at the Post Office, Herald 6/12/1884, page 3

Longshore, Caroline Miss married John Bremmer on 11/1/1903 at the home of the bride’s father, John S. Longshore, officiated by Dr. D. P. Boyd. Page 8, Newberry Observer 11/3/1903

Longshore, Cauthen married Mary Schumpert at the home of the bride’s parents in Newberry by Rev. D. Tiller. Newberry Observer 1/19/1899

Longshore, Dorothy see Dorothy Longshore HOLLEN, Newberry Observer 3/19/1999

Longshore, E. C. Mrs., visited relatives in Alabama. Newberry Observer 10/24/1889

Longshore, E. C. was the Coroner for Newberry County in 1880. His records of Inquisitions are kept at the SC State Archives and are printed in the Old Newberry Chapter Quarterly, Summer 2001 edition; E. C. Longshore killed two hogs weighing 307 and 365 pounds, Herald 12/6/1883, page 3; he was paid $70.60 for Ordinary County Funds 1882, 1883, Herald 3/13/1884, page 2; He was elected delegate of the Young Men’s Democratic Club of Township No. 6 for the County Democratic Convention, Herald 6/12/1884, page 3; He won the County Primary election for County Commissioner, Herald 8/21/1884, page 2; E. C. Longshore bought 80 acres of land at Master Sale for $1350, Herald 1/6/1886, page 3; E. C. Longshore was paid $43.50, $14.10, $4.05, $1.35 by the County Commissioners during the year 1885, Herald 1/13/1886, page 2 E. C. Longshore Private was a member of Co. ‘B’ Holcombe’s Brigade. He was slightly wounded in the shoulder at the Battle of Fredericksburg on 12/13/1862. Page 1, Newberry Observer 3/21/1905

Longshore, E. Guy (Rev.), 63 years old, died 11/12/1998 at his residence. Born in Newberry, he was a son of E. Guy and Nellie King Longshore. Burial was in First Baptist Church Cemetery. Newberry Observer 12/21/1998

Longshore, E. H. Mrs., female, white, died 11/5/1911 of puerperal sepsis. The deceased was 42 years old, born in Newberry, SC, lived in Newberry, SC. for 3 years. Reported by James H. McIntosh M. D. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Longshore, E. H. was advertised having a letter for pick up at the Post Office, Herald 5/15/1884, page 3; E. H. Longshore was elected delegate of the Young Men’s Democratic Club of Township No. 6 for the County Democratic Convention, Herald 6/12/1884, page 3; E. H. Longshore was paid $6 by the County Commissioners during the year 1885, Herald 1/13/1886, page 2

Longshore, Eleanor see Eleanor Longshore GARRETT, Newberry Observer 10/13/2000

Longshore, Elizabeth Mrs. died 10/30/1904 at her home in Floyd Township. Four children survived her: Henry E. Longshore, Mrs. Newton Boozer, and Mrs. G. L. Clamp, Miss Mary Longshore. Page 8, Newberry Observer 11/4/1904

Longshore, Ella married John R. Spearman, on 5/2/1883 at the home of the bride’s father. Herald 5/3/1883, page 2

Longshore, Ella Miss daughter of Levi F. Longshore, married Thomas Dennis on 12/20/1883 by Rev. Manning Brown, The Herald, 1/3/1884, page 2

Longshore, Emma Mrs. and Miss Willie Riser moved into the Simpson house on Johnstone Street next door to Dr. Van Smith. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/11/1903

Longshore, Ethel Spearman, 88 years old, widow of David Longshore Sr., died 4/11/1998 at her home. Born in Newberry Co., she was a daughter of Johnnie Spearman and Katie Lou Golden Spearman. Burial was in Newberry Memorial Gardens. F. B. Pratt & Son Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 4/13/1998

Longshore, Euclidus C. was coroner of Newberry. His inquisitions of 1880 are 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; E. C. Longshore reaped 75 bushels of yam potatoes in less than ¼ of an acre. Newberry Observer 11/13/1890; Euclydus C. Longshore, 50 years old, died at his home near Trinity in No. 6 Township on 10/22/1891. He leaves a wife but no children. Newberry Observer 10/29/1891; E. C. Longshore was a member of Company ‘B’ 3rd Regt. Confederate War, transferred to the Cavalry, Page 5, Newberry Observer 11/25/1902

Longshore, Eugene H. bought 65 acres of land in Township No. 6 for $900, Herald 3/8/1883, page 3; He married Maggie Spearman, both of Newberry on 12/1/1889 by Rev. W.J. Langston. Newberry Observer 12/5/1889; Eugene H. Longshore was nominated to run for County Auditor. Newberry Observer 2/23/1900; Eugene H. Longshore, impersonating Santa for the family of Will Spearman, was wrestled to the floor when his clothes caught fire – a funny story, Page 3, Newberry Observer 1/3/1901

Longshore, Eugene Mrs. of Silverstreet, Newberry Co. visited her niece, Mrs. J. Lucas Walker of Edgefield Co. Newberry Observer 6/23/1897; Mrs. Eugene Longshore attended the Charleston Exposition last week. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/18/1902

Longshore, Eugene was at picnic at Piester Mills on 5/3/1884, Herald, 5/8/1884, page 3; Eugene Longshore of Silverstreet had a remarkably fine crop considering the dry weather. Page 5, Newberry Observer 6/27/1905

Longshore, Fannie married William Johnson on 12/27/1899 by Rev. M. W. Rankin at the home of the bride’s parents. Newberry Observer 1/4/1900

Longshore, Fannie Mrs. 25-year-old wife of T. C. Longshore died 8/12/1897. Burial was in Trinity Graveyard. She leaves a husband and 2 children. Newberry Observer 8/18/1897

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

Longshore, Henry married Emma F. Wilson, both of Newberry, on 5/1/1883 by Rev. William Elkins. Herald 5/10/1883, page 3; Henry Longshore married Geneva Hudspeth, both of Newberry, on 12/24/1895 by Rev. D. Tiller at the home of Mr. Waldrop near Trinity Church. Newberry Observer 1/8/1896; Henry Longshore lost all his belongings to a fire at the house he rented. Page 5, Newberry Observer 7/11/1902

Longshore, Hetha married Palmer Davenport, both of Newberry, on 12/1/1897 by Rev. D. Tiller at the home of David Pitts. Newberry Observer 2/9/1898

Longshore, Ida Miss married Lafayette Clamp on 3/6/1901 at Smyrna Manse by Rev. D. J. Blackwell. Newberry Observer 3/14/1901

Longshore, J. J. married Sallie Hendrix on 12/21/1899 at the bride’s home by the Rev. D. J. Blackwell. Newberry Observer 12/28/1899

Longshore, J. R. married Lily M. Pitts on 1/11/1900 by Rev. D. P. Boyd. Newberry Observer 1/18/1900

Longshore, J. S. L. endorsed the use of Pelham’s Certain Chill and Ague Specific, Herald 10/23/1884, page 3;

Longshore, J. S. Mrs. died at her home in No. 6 Township on 10/7/1898 with Burial at Trinity. She leaves a husband and several children. Newberry Observer 10/12/1898

Longshore, James J. a new recruit, left 7/10/1898 for Chickamauga Camp after passing the physical exam. Newberry Observer 7/13/1898.

Longshore, Jim colored, was killed by Frank Rice colored, on 6/27/1905. An inquest was held. Details are on Page 8, Newberry Observer 6/30/1905

Longshore, John B. was arrested on the charge of illegal transportation and delivering of liquor. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/3/1905; He was fined 30 days or $30 and he paid the fine. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/6/1905

Longshore, John S. cut his foot badly a few days ago with an axe and was around on crutches. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/4/1903

Longshore, L. F. was paid $10.00 for damage claim; Supervisor’s Quarterly Report ending 3/21/1899 printed in the Newberry Observer 4/6/1899; L. F. Longshore 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; Levi F. Longshore was a member of Co. 'G’ Holcombe Legion in the Confederate War, Page 5, Newberry Observer 11/25/1902

Longshore, L. F. was paid $5 by the County Commissioners during the year 1885, Herald 1/13/1886, page 2

Longshore, L. J. was advertised having a letter for pick up at the Post Office, Herald 11/27/1884, page 3

Longshore, L. T. was a juror at the inquisition to the death of W. H. Boozer at Saluda Old Town in Township no 7 in Newberry County in said State this 10/28/1880 before E. C. Longshore Coroner. A record of the inquisition was kept at the SC State Archives and was printed in the Old Newberry Chapter Quarterly, Summer 2001 edition.

Longshore, Levi was appointed a manager of elections at Longshore’s Store, 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

Longshore, Lucretia married Lou Neel on 12/1897 by Rev. D. Tiller at the home of the bride’s parents. Newberry Observer 2/9/1898

Longshore, Lucy C. bought 49.75 acres of land in Township No. 6 for $350, Herald 3/8/1883, page 3; Lucy C. Longshore was born 2/10/1861 and died at home on 11/10/1898. She left a husband and 5 children. Some of her children preceded her to the grave at Trinity. Newberry Observer 12/21/1898.

Longshore, M. J. bought 274 acres of land for $1200, Herald 3/15/1883, Page 3; M. J. Longshore was paid $5.75, $7.55 for Ordinary County Funds 1882, 1883, Herald 3/13/1884, page 2; He was elected delegate of the Young Men’s Democratic Club of Township No. 6 for the County Democratic Convention, Herald 6/12/1884, page 3; He was paid $3.40, $5, $11.80 by the County Commissioners during the year 1885, Herald 1/13/1886, page 2; M. J. Longshore was re- appointed as Assessor for Township No. 7 Newberry Observer, 1/12/1893; M. J. Longshore was appointed a Federal Commissioner of Election. Newberry Observer 10/7/1896; M. J. Longshore was appointed Magistrate of Township 7 with a yearly salary of $25. Newberry Observer 2/16/1899; M. J. Longshore was enumerator for the 1900 Federal Census for Township No. 7 The pay was 2 cents per capita in the towns, 1½ cents per capita in the farm areas, and 2 ½ cents per capita in the rural areas. Newberry Observer 4/26/1900; M. J. Longshore of near Vaughnville was brother-in-law to J. T. Dennis. Newberry Observer 9/19/1901; He rented his farm at Mudlic to William Atchison and resigned as postmaster of Mudlic. Newberry Observer 11/22/1901; M. J. Longshore moved to his farm in Longshore. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/28/1903; Madison J. Longshore moved from Mudlic to Newberry and lived on Cline Street. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/10/1902

Longshore, M. M. was elected as a member of the executive committee of the Chappells Cotton Grower’s Association, Mudlic District. Page 1, Newberry Observer 2/17/1905

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

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

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

Longshore, male, black, delivered by Clay Slighs on 12/25/1907. Parent was Mary Longshore, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Longshore, Mamie married Reeder Pitts on 12/27/1896 by Rev. D. Tiller at the home of John S. Longshore. Newberry Observer 12/30/1896

Longshore, Marion, laborer, living at Ward #1 in Newberry, and wife Mary Longshore have a black female child born 12/18/1896, delivered by Martha Flannagan. Return of Births in the City of Newberry SC. 8/19/1885 to 12/15/1918 kept in the Newberry Co. Library.

Longshore, Martha see Martha Longshore WARD, Newberry Observer 1/18/1999

Longshore, Mary Frances Mrs., daughter of Mr. Elijah Martin, born 12/16/1869 died 8/12/1897. She was married T. Cauthen Longshore on 12/18/1893. She leaves a husband and 2 small children. Newberry Observer 10/27/1897

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

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

Longshore, Nannie, 8 years old, daughter of Young Longshore, died 9/18/1879. Newberry Herald, 10/1/1879

Longshore, R. H. was a member of the petit jury in the US Court in Greenville. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/22/1904

Longshore, Rachel colored, was shot and killed. 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

Longshore, Reginald Keith, 71 years old, widower of Mary Roberts Longshore, died 6/12/1998 at his home. Born in Newberry, he was a son of Oscar Brabham and Maude Floyd Longshore. Newberry Observer 6/17/1998

Longshore, Rosannah colored, 4 months old, died at home March 1870 of pneumonia. Newberry County Mortality Census for the Year ending 6/1/1870. FLOYD TOWNSHIP

Longshore, Sallie F. married Ernest L. Paysinger, both of Newberry on 12/27/1893 by Rev. W. L. Wait at the home of the bride’s father. Newberry Observer, 1/3/1894

Longshore, Sallie Mrs. of Jalapa was among the sick, Herald 5/15/1884, page 3

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

Longshore, Sally, female, black, died 1/31/1903 of angina pectoris. She was 86 years old, born in Newberry County and lived in Newberry City for 10 years. Reported by Dr. Sampson Pope. Burial was in County Cemetery. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Longshore, Sarah A. bought 49.75 acres of land in Township No. 6 for $350, Herald 3/8/1883, page 3

Longshore, T. Cauthen married Mary Frances Martin, daughter of Elijah Martin on 12/18/1893. Newberry Observer 10/27/1897; T. Cothran Longshore married M. Fannie Martin, both of Newberry on 12/27/1893 by Rev. W. L. Wait at the home of the bride’s father. Newberry Observer, 1/3/1894; Mrs. Fannie Longshore, 25-year-old wife of T. C. Longshore, died 8/12/1897. Burial was in Trinity Graveyard. She leaves a husband and 2 children. Newberry Observer 8/18/1897; T. C. Longshore will marry Mary Schumpert 12/21/1898 at the home of the bride’s parents Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Schumpert of Newberry. Newberry Observer 12/21/1898.

Longshore, T. S. his infant son died 5/12/1898in Newberry Co. Newberry Observer 5/18/1898

Longshore, Thelma see Thelma Longshore MARS, Newberry Observer 1/21/1998

Longshore, Thompson H. Sr., 63 years old, died 10/25/1999 at his residence. He was born 9/9/1936 in Newberry, the son of Thompson Hawkins Longshore and Unice Rosine Wilson Longshore. Allan Fuller Funeral Home Chapel was in charge. Newberry Observer 10/27/1999

Longshore, W. E. was a member of the lawful jury at an inquisition held over the bodies of Prue Grier and Dorse Grier on 8/24/1880, at the plantation of Mrs. J. B. Leonard. A record of the inquisition was kept at the SC State Archives and was printed in the Old Newberry Chapter Quarterly, Summer 2001 edition; He married Lucy C. Lake, both of Newberry on 12/5/1878 by Rev. M. M. Boyd. Newberry Herald 12/18/1878; W. E. Longshore of No. 6 Township his 6 year old son died 11/2/1893 of malarial fever. Newberry Observer 11/8/1893; during the heavy rains W. E. Longshore was swept off his mule when trying to cross Bush River via O’Neall Bridge. He lodged to a treetop below the bridge and reached the bank with the help of a rope thrown to him. His mule made it safely to the other riverbank. Newberry Observer 4/26/1900

Longshore, white, died 4/11/1907 of gastritis. The deceased was 9 months old, born in Newberry, resided in Newberry SC for 4 months. Reported by Dr. P. G. Ellesor. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Longshore, William, 21 year old son of W. E. Longshore, died at his home in Floyd Township 10/17/1901 after 36 hours with malarial hematuria. Burial was in Trinity Church Cemetery. Page 5, Newberry Observer 10/24/1901

Longshore, Young, the top of his house was blown off by a wind storm 7/13/1879. Newberry Herald 7/23/1879

LONGSTREET, GENERAL was now old and feeble. He was retired from his duties as National RR Commissioner. Page 1, Newberry Observer 1/24/1902; General James LONGSTREET, 81 years old, had cancer of the eye, which will be removed tomorrow. Page 4, Newberry Observer 7/10/1903; General James Longstreet died 1/2/1904 in Gainesville Ga. at the home of his daughter, Mrs. J. Estin Whelchel at 5:45 p.m. from pneumonia. His second wife, the former Miss Ellen Dortch, a former assistant State Librarian, was at his bedside. They were married 6 years. Four sons, John G. Longstreet, Randolph Longstreet, Robert Lee Longstreet of Washington DC and James Longstreet who was stationed in the Philippines in the Army also survived him. His first wife, daughter of Gen. John Garland of the US Army, died 12 years ago. Gen. Longstreet was receiving x-ray treatments for his cancerous eye in Chicago and came home for the holiday. A large article on his military achievements, on Page 1, Newberry Observer 1/5/1904

Lorick, Aumerle (spelled Omerle) was on the honor roll at Excelsior school. Newberry Observer 1/26/1899, Aumerle Lorick son of J. D. Lorick, was sick with typhoid fever for the past three weeks. Newberry Observer 12/13/1901; He was slowly improving. Newberry Observer 12/20/1901

Lorick, David, a Lexington farmer was murdered by Frank Jones, a Negro tenant, on 11/14/1896. Newberry Observer 11/18/1896

Lorick, Gus of Lexington married Miss Laura Kibler of Newberry on 3/14/1883 by rev. J. A. Sligh, Herald 3/22/1883, page 3

Lorick, H. C. graduated from Newberry College 1901 with first honors. His subject for Commencement was ‘The Decay of Monarchy’. Newberry Observer 5/2//1901; H. C. Lorick will leave for Drayton Business College in Nashville TN. Newberry Observer 7/4/1901; H. C. Lorick was writing policies at Bishopville SC for the Pacific Mutual Insurance Company. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/26/1904

Lorick, J. D. Mrs. was the daughter of Nancy Singley who died 3/7/1905 and a sister to Mrs. D. H. Witherspoon, P. Claud Singley, Mrs. J. F. Wheeler, Mrs. W. H. Kibler, J. Cal Singley, Mrs. Jacob Fellers and Augustus A. Singley. Page 5, Newberry Observer 3/10/1905

Lorick, Jesse D. of Lexington County married Miss Carrie E. Singley of Newberry County on 11/19/1884 at the home of the bride’s mother by Rev. J. E. Bushnell, Herald 11/27/1884, page 3; J. D. Lorick was the father of Aumerle Lorick, Observer 12/10/1901; J. D. Lorick was making improvements on his home. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/12/1904

Lorick, Laura Mrs. visited her sister, Mrs. Antine Buzhardt. Newberry Observer, 8/13/1891

Lorick, Lucy Abrams, widow of Karl D. Lorick, died 12/29/1997 in Houston TX. She was the daughter of Marvin Eugene Abrams Sr. and Fannie Mae Henderson Abrams. Newberry Observer 1/2/1998

Lorick, P. W. Private, left Newberry by train for Columbia on 5/3/1898 as part of the Newberry Regiment enlisted in the Spanish American War. Newberry Observer 5/4/1898

Lorick, Sam his 4-year old son fell into a well on the property at Batesburg and died 15 minutes after being rescued. The father tried to commit suicide over the incident. Newberry Observer, 8/24/1893, page 3;

Lorrick, Eliza attended the Female Academy of Newberry. See Page 8, Newberry Observer 11/26/1901

Lorrick, Harriett attended the Female Academy of Newberry. She was still living and was a widow, Mrs. Lane. See Page 8, Newberry Observer 11/26/1901

Lorrick, Pink Mrs. was the aunt to Mrs. T. N. Kibler who died 1/21/1902. Page 5, Newberry Observer 1/24/1902

LoSing, Chinaman will open a Laundry in Newberry. Newberry Observer 10/27/1897

Lott, Albert moved from Edgefield to Newberry. Newberry Observer 12/26/1889

Lott, Elisha shot and killed his son-in-law, Randall Metts, on the street in Withlacoochee GA. Newberry Observer 10/3/1901

Lott, Hunter Miss married John Browne of Johnston SC this week. The ceremony was attended by Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Browne and A. B. Wise. Page 5, Newberry Observer 5/6/1904

Lott, J. A., had 1 lot in Chappells, Township No. 7 for Sheriff Sale due to delinquent taxes. Newberry Observer 9/12/1889; J. A. Lott had 1 lot on Township No. 7 which will be sold at Sheriff sale on 10/6/1890 due to "delinquent in taxes". Newberry Observer 9/18/1890

Lott, Mrs. of Johnston SC. was the sister of Miss Mary Watkins of Chappells. Newberry Observer, 8/17/1893

Lott, P. N. married Mrs. Cora S. Richardson on 4/10/1890 at the home of the bride by the Rev. W.T. Hundley. Newberry Observer, 4/17/1890

Lott, W. R. of Edgefield seriously wounded Scrap Swindler of Edgefield in an argument over a dog, Herald 11/20/1884, page 2

Lott, Washington colored, of Edgefield, an octogenarian, was married 6 times and had fathered 49 children. He estimates he had over 100 grandchildren. Newberry Observer, 9/21/1893

Lott, Washington of Havirdsville SC was married 6 times. His present wife was 60 years old. He had 49 children and 100 grandchildren. Newberry Observer 9/21/1893, page 4

Lott, William Captain, 69 year old Confederate Veteran, died at Johnston 5/11/1902. Page 1, Newberry Observer 5/16/1902

Louern, Eloise Eugenia, female, white, delivered by J. M. Kibler MD. on 3/28/1918. Parents are Will H. Louern, mill operative, born in SC, and Orara Bell Howard Louern, born in SC., living in Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

LOUISVILLE KY – about the area, which just opened the EXPOSITION OF 1884, Herald 8/28/1884, page 1

Love, John Rufus, male, black, died 10/4/1918 of influenza and gastritis. The deceased was 6 years, 7 months, 7 days old, born in Newberry Co., SC., and lived in Newberry City. Reported by W. E. Lake MD. Burial was in Baptist Cemetery. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Love, M. A. Mrs. was elected Flora of the SC State Grange, Herald 2/12/1885, page 2

Love, R. A. was selected by Governor Thompson to represent SC at the Louisville Exposition, Herald 6/7/1883, page 2

Love, Samuel B. Mrs. died at her home on Laurel St. 3/10/1896. She leaves a husband and 10-day-old baby. Burial was in the church graveyard of First Presbyterian Church in Columbia. Newberry Observer 3/18/1896

Love, Samuel B. of Columbia married Annie B. Martin, daughter of Mrs. Murchison, formerly of Ninety-Six, on 1/23/1895 at the home of J. R. Minter Esq. by Rev. Samuel M. Smith. Mrs. Love was the sister of Rev. Hugh Murchison and taught in Newberry Graded Schools for several years. Newberry Observer, 1/30/1895

Love, Tommy, male, black, died 2/12/1917 of congestive chill. The deceased was 6 years old, born in Newberry Co., SC., lived in Newberry SC. Reported by J. B. Setzler M. D. Burial was in Union Cemetery. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

LOVELACE HOUSE was the oldest building in the city. Newberry Observer 1/25/1900

Lovelace, A. D. of Spartanburg was in Newberry visiting his brother B. H. Lovelace. Newberry Observer 12/11/1895

Lovelace, B. H. advertised 230 acres of land in Spartanburg for sale, Herald 1/6/1886, page 2; He joined the newly formed James D. Nance Camp of Confederate Veterans of Newberry. Newberry Observer, 7/6/1893; B. H. Lovelace paid a flying trip to his plantation in Spartanburg last week and reports splendid crops – better than in Newberry County. Newberry Observer, 9/5/1894; B. H. Lovelace of Newberry was the brother of A. D. Lovelace of Spartanburg. Newberry Observer 12/11/1895; B. H. Lovelace, male, white, died 1/27/1897, of pneumonia. He lived in Ward 4, was 67 years old, born in SC. Reported by Dr. J. H. McCullough. Buried in Rosemont Cemetery. (Record of Death Returns for the City of Newberry kept at the Newberry County Library); Berryman Hicks Lovelace, 67 years old, died 1/27/1897 of pneumonia. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. He was the father of E. Hampton Lovelace. Newberry Observer 1/27/1897; He was born 11/14/1830 in Cleveland Co., NC and in 1853 moved to Newberry SC where he engaged in the mercantile business until the outbreak of the war. In 1861 he joined the ‘Quitman Rifles’ which was afterward Co. E of the 3rd Regt. Kershaw’s Brigade, McLaw’s Division, Longstreet’s Corps, Army of Northern VA He served until the Battle of Chickamauga where he was seriously hurt in the face, a ball breaking both jawbones and cutting off a part of his tongue. This wound prevented further service and forever after he had a speech impediment. After the war he resumed the mercantile business at Newberry SC, which he attended to until his death. He was a consistent member of the Lutheran Church. Newberry Observer 5/5/1897; B. H. Lovelace was a Private of the QUITMAN RIFLES, part of the original roll, published on Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/4/1900

Lovelace, B. H. Mrs. keeps a boarding house. Newberry Herald 2/21/1889

Lovelace, B. H. was elected Sentinel for the KNIGHTS OF THE GOLDEN RULE for the year, Herald 7/5/1883, page 3; B. H. Lovelace dissolved partnership with Dan Ward, Herald 3/20/1884, page 3; B. H. Lovelace hopes to open a general store at Mann’s old stand, Herald 3/6/1884, page 3; he was located next door to M. Foot; advertisement, Herald 4/3/1884, page 2; B. H. Lovelace was elected Sentinel of the Knights of the Golden Rule, Herald 7/17/1884, page 3;

Lovelace, Drury Mrs. had her eye removed in a surgical operation by Dr. O. B. Mayer, assisted by Dr. W. G. Houseal. Newberry Observer, 11/22/1893

Lovelace, Durham of Spartanburg Co., visited relatives in Newberry. Newberry Observer 9/22/1897

Lovelace, E. Hampton was a daring cyclist. He rode his bike across the high trestle over Scott’s Creek on the CN&L RR with ease. Newberry Observer, 11/14/1894; E. Hamp Lovelace was working in Columbia doing piping work at the new cotton mill. Newberry Observer 11/13/1895; E. Hampton Lovelace of Columbia was the son of B. H. Lovelace who died 1/27/1897. Newberry Observer 1/27/1897; E. Hamp Lovelace received the gold medal for meritorious contributions for the Southern and Western Textiles Excelsior. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/13/1903; Hampton Lovelace of Social Circle Georgia, visited relatives in Newberry. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/25/1903; W. (?) Hampton Lovelace was a traveling salesman for Arobal Manufacturing Co. of NY. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/26/1904; E. H. Lovelace traveled as a salesman for Arabol Manufacturing Co. of NY. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/6/1905

Lovelace, Emily S. married J.B. Walton on 12/19/1889 by Rev. W.C. Schaeffer. Newberry Observer 12/26/1889

Lovelace, Eva married Ence Counts on 12/23/1896 at the home of the bride’s mother Mrs. Joe Lovelace by Rev. J. A. Sligh. Newberry Observer 12/30/1896

Lovelace, Joanna Mrs. of Newberry County was in town to visit her relatives. Newberry Observer 6/26/1895

Lovelace, Joe Mrs. was very sick. She was staying at her daughter’s house. Newberry Observer 5/4/1899; Mrs. Joe Lovelace was very sick. Page 5, Newberry Observer 11/28/1902; Mrs. Joe Lovelace was confined to her room at E. G. Counts. She was very sick. Page 5, Newberry Observer 5/22/1903; She was still very sick. Page 5, Newberry Observer 5/29/1903

Lovelace, Jubilee of Spartanburg Co., visited relatives in Newberry, the first time in 19 years. Newberry Observer 9/22/1897

Lovelace, L. S. received $2.00 for cleaning the Court House during the Quarterly 10/1/1898 to 12/28/1898 and published according to the Act of the Legislature of 1897, Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/5/1899

Lovelace, Lois S. will receive $14/month pension as a veteran of Co. ‘B’ 1st Regt. Spanish American War. The pension takes effect 5/24/1901 with a back pay of $504. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/31/1904

Lovelace, Louis and family of Gainesville GA. moved to Columbia where he will be employed at one of the mills in the city. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/29/1902

Lovelace, Louis S. enlisted from Newberry for the Spanish American War as a Private in Co. B. 1st SCV USA, formerly a flagman, single. Newberry Observer 5/18/1898; Louis S. Lovelace of Newberry married Miss Hattie Morgan of Abbeville on 2/12/1899 by Rev. T. H. Plemmon at Abbeville SC. Newberry Observer 2/23/1899

Lovelace, M. L. Mrs. gave up her boarding house "Lovelace House". She was living with her daughter Mrs. J. B. Walton in the Brooklyn section of Newberry. Newberry Observer 11/17/1897; Mrs. M. L. Lovelace moved to ‘Foote’s House’ on Adams Street. Newberry Observer 1/12/1899; Mrs. M. L. Lovelace advertised ‘a few table boarders wanted – apply at the Foote House’. Newberry Observer 1/26/1899; She was the sister of T. Edward Kinard of Abbeville. Newberry Observer 7/13/1899; Mrs. M. L. Lovelace visited relatives in Abbeville. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/16/1904; Mrs. M. L. Lovelace, of Newberry was the sister to T. Ed Kinard who died in Columbia on 6/29/1905 with burial in Abbeville. She was also a sister to James H. M. Kinard of Newberry and William A. Kinard of Sumter. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/4/1905

Lovelace, Mamie of Mt. Pilgrim married John D. Boozer on 12/22/1897 at the home of the bride’s mother Mrs. Joanna Lovelace. Newberry Observer 12/22/1897; Mamie Lovelace married John D. Boozer both of Newberry on 12/22/1897 at the home of the bride’s mother by Rev. George S. Bearden. Newberry Observer 1/5/1898

Lovelace, Mrs. was mother to Mrs. Enos Counts. Newberry Observer 3/14/1901

Lovelace, Oscar married Mamie Lester, both of Newberry, on 1/16/1899 at St. Luke’s Parsonage by Rev. George S. Bearden. Newberry Observer 1/19/1899; Oscar Lovelace was sick for two weeks but was now up and about. Page 5, Newberry Observer 5/29/1903

Lovelace, Oscar Mrs. was confined with sickness. Newberry Observer 1/18/1900

Lovelace, son of Mr. B. H. Lovelace, died 12/2/1878 of diphtheria. Newberry Herald 12/4/1878

Lovelace, son of Mr. B. H. Lovelace, the second child to die within a week, died 12/17/1878 of diphtheria. Newberry Herald 12/18/1878

Loving, C. A. moved to Calhoun Street. Newberry Observer 6/21/1900; His telephone number was 138. Newberry Observer 7/26/1900

Lowe, E. B. was arrested as an accomplice in mail fraud case against C. P. Barrett, Newberry Observer, 8/17/1893, page 2;

Lowe, Ethel see Ethel Lowe BOLING, Newberry Observer 2/18/2000

Lowe, J. G. of Spartanburg married Miss Lula Dominick, daughter J. Chessley Dominick of Newberry County on 2/7/1900, by Rev. D. P. Boyd, at the home of the bride’s father. Newberry Observer 2/15/1900

Lowe, Sarah of Township No. 1 was advertised with property for sale for delinquent Taxes, Herald 1/13/1886, page 2

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

Lowery, Hayne and family of Seneca were visited by Miss Corrine Levis of Toccoa GA and Mrs. Scruggs of Helena SC, visited Hayne Lowery and family of Seneca, Herald 9/25/1884 page 3

Lowman, Docia Boozer, 91 years old, widow of James Gregg Lowman, died 6/19/1999. Born in Newberry she was a daughter of the late Jefferson Irwin and Florence Harmon Boozer. Burial was in Celestial Memorial Gardens. Newberry Observer 6/21/1999

Lowman, J. J. married Ellen Stack on 2/11/1904 near Ballentine, officiated by Rev. S. C. Ballentine. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/16/1904

Lowman, Martha A. married Simon E. Bickley, both of Lexington SC. on 10/20/1878 by Rev. J. Hawkins. Newberry Herald 11/6/1878

Lowman, Roland, 12 years old, accidentally shot and killed Pet Harman, younger still, on 1/21/1905 at Selwood. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/24/1905

Lown, Heather Rae, 19 years old, died 11/29/2000. Born in Columbia she was a daughter of Larry and Andy Lown. Burial was in St. David Lutheran Church Cemetery. Thompson Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 12/1/2000

Lown, J. J. Mr. & Mrs. of Lexington visited their cousin Dr. D. L. Boozer. Newberry Observer 10/17/1901

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

Lowrance, R. N. Major, a member of Co. ‘B’ 3rd SCV died last week in Columbia. Details on Page 4, Newberry Observer 12/12/1902

Lowry, A. C. Mrs. was advertised having a letter for pick up at the Post Office, Herald, 2/12/1885, page 3

Lowry, A. C. was a teacher of Hoge School with an enrollment of 194. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/23/1902

Lowry, Edith will teach at Hoge School this year. Page 8 Newberry Observer 9/19/1905

Lowry, S. A. who worked at Pelham’s store moved to Baltimore where he intended to attend the Baltimore School of Pharmacy, Herald 1/20/1886, page 3

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

Lucas, J. L. operative, living at Ward #5 in Newberry, and wife Fannie C. Lucas have a white male child born 6/22/1898, 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.

Lucas, John married Miss Cornelia Alewine on 1/26/1905 at the Parsonage of the Bethlehem Pastorate, officiated by Rev. J. J. Long. Page 1, Newberry Observer 2/10/1905

Lucas, John W. Mrs., 51 years old, died 1/12/1903 at her home near Little Mountain. Burial was at St. John Lutheran Church Cemetery. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/16/1903

Lucas, Lee got one of his fingers cut off 3/26/1895 while boring a hole in a piece of piping. Newberry Observer 4/3/1895

Luke, Samuel colored, killed Lawrence Abney colored, in self-defense. Newberry Observer 2/14/1889

Lumpkins, female, black, delivered by W. E. Pelham Jr. M. D., on 1/2/1912. Parents are John Lumpkins, laborer, and Janie Lumpkins, of Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Lunday, Dick colored, was lynched in Edgefield, Page 1, column 3, 4, 5, Newberry Observer 12/12/1891; Page 8, column 5, Newberry Observer 12/12/1891; Page 8, column 4, Newberry Observer 12/19/1891

Luppo, Nannie J. of Fairfield Co., SC married Frank M. Schumpert of Newberry Co., on 1/30/1896 by Rev. M. W. Hook. Newberry Observer 2/12/1896

Lurch, M. E. Miss, married Mr. A.O. Evans, on 12/17/1891 at the home of the bride by Rev. H.T. Smith. Newberry Observer 12/19/1891

Lurey, Roberta, female, white, delivered by W. G. Houseal MD. on 1/28/1918. Parents are Jacob Lurey, merchant, born in Russia, and Annie Hacklin Lurey, born in Russia, living in Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Lurey, Samuel, male, white, delivered by W. G. Houseal M. D., on 8/15/1915. Parents are Jacob Lurey, merchant, born in Germany, and Annie Hachilin Lurey born in Russia, living in Newberry City. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

LUTHER & LANGFORD was paid $6 by the County Commissioners during the year 1885, Herald 1/13/1886, page 2

Luther, Dr. lost a fine horse on the road to Prosperity. Newberry Observer 4/28/1892

Luther, E. W. graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Newberry College. Newberry Observer, 4/20/1893; The subject of his oration at commencement was "Modern Knight". Newberry Observer, 6/15/1893; E. W. Luther was a member of the Newberry College Graduating Class 1893. He gave an oration on "The Modern Knight" at Commencement, Newberry Observer 6/15/1893, page 3; E. W. Luther of Prosperity married Lizzie Fellers of Newberry on 5/20/1896 by Rev. George S. Bearden at the home of the bride’s mother, Mrs. Sallie Fellers. Newberry Observer 5/27/1896; Earnest Luther, merchant, (born in Newberry City) living at Ward #2 in Newberry, and wife Lizzie Fellers Luther (born in Prosperity) have a white female child born 3/3/1897, delivered by Dr. W. G. Houseal. Return of Births in the City of Newberry SC. 8/19/1885 to 12/15/1918 kept in the Newberry Co. Library; Ernest W. Luther of Columbia visited in Prosperity. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/3/1905

Luther, E. W. Mrs. of Columbia was the sister of R. G. Fellers. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/14/1903; She was the daughter of Mrs. S. A. Fellers of Newberry. Page 8 Newberry Observer 7/15/1904; Mrs. E. W. Luther and children visited her mother Mrs. S. A. M. Fellers. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/14/1905

Luther, J. D. 1900 graduate of Newberry College will deliver a speech on ‘Drifting’. Newberry Observer 5/10/1900

Luther, James, of Prosperity went to Columbia to keep books for Luther & Bearden. Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/28/1902; James Luther of Columbia visited in Newberry. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/26/1902; James Luther of Columbia visited his parents of Prosperity. Page 5, Newberry Observer 6/24/1904; James Luther, of Columbia, visited in Prosperity. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/3/1905

Luther, Kittie, will assist her sister, Lillie Luther, in teaching at St. Lukes. Newberry Observer, 12/1/1892; she completed her term at St. Luke’s school, Newberry Observer 3/2/1893

Luther, Lillian Miss was confined with a severe cold and was unable to teach school. Miss Kittie Luther filled in her place, Observer 3/16/1893, page 3

Luther, Lillie Miss was home in Prosperity for vacation from Hagerstown Female Seminary, Herald 6/12/1884, page 3; She was teaching at St. Luke’s. Newberry Observer, 11/3/1892; Lillian Luther had a bad cold and was unable to teach this week. Newberry Observer, 3/16/1893; Miss Lillian Luther was assistant Principal for Prosperity High School. Newberry Observer, 9/5/1894; Lillian Luther, graduate of Asheville Female College was assistant teacher at St. Luke School. Newberry Observer 8/10/1898; Miss Lillian Luther was attending the Teacher’s Summer School at Newberry College. Newberry Observer 8/24/1899

Luther, M. Long had a family gathering. Four generations were represented in a group picture: his mother, himself, his son, and two grandchildren. Page 5, Newberry Observer 11/28/1902

Luther, Mary, of Prosperity, was home from Due West Female College. Newberry Observer 7/4/1889; Miss Mary E. Luther died at Columbia Hospital on 4/20/1902 after a short illness. She was a daughter of Dr. R. L. Luther and sister of Mrs. George S. Bearden. Burial was at Prosperity Cemetery. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/22/1902; A tribute, Page 3, Newberry Observer 4/25/1902

Luther, N. was a merchant in Prosperity – who he was and what he had to sell, The Prosperity Advertiser 11/24/1897, page 1;

Luther, R. L. Dr. finished his new house, in Prosperity, Herald 1/27/1886, page 3; Dr. Luther was the father of Miss Mary E. Luther and Mrs. George S. Bearden. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/22/1902; Dr. R. L. Luther was the father of Mrs. George S. Bearden of Columbia. Page 8, Newberry Observer 8/12/1904

Luther, R. L. graduated at Roanoke College this year. Newberry Observer, 6/19/1895; R. L. Luther was a Director of the People’s National Bank of Prosperity, Page 5, Newberry Observer 2/5/1904; He was re-elected as a Trustee of Prosperity High School for a term of 1 year, Herald 6/14/1883, page 3;

Luther, R. P. lived in Columbia. He visited his father’s family in Prosperity. Page 5, Newberry Observer 3/4/1904; He left for Atlanta where he had accepted a position. Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/11/1904

Luther, Robert, was home from college on sick leave. Newberry Observer, 3/2/1893

Luther, Sara Kate, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Luther of Prosperity will marry Rev. George S. Bearden in Grace Lutheran Church on 11/6/1895. Newberry Observer 10/30/1895

Luther, Sarah Miss was a member of the 5th class of Prosperity High School, Herald 6/14/1883, page 3

LUTHERAN - report of the conference at St. Luke’s, Herald 5/3/1883, page 3; Report of the conference held at Beth Eden – resolved to establish a Lutheran Seminary for the black population, Herald 8/2/1883, page 3 ; Rev. Steck granted a vacation, Herald, 8/9/1883, page 3; Frank Jones and Anderson Schumpert both of Prosperity were two colored boys selected as candidates for the Lutheran Ministry, Herald 10/11/1883, page 3; an editorial on placing monuments in memory of Martin Luther, Herald 10/25/1883, page 2; schedule of the coming synod at Pomaria; Frank Jones and Anderson Schumpert were accepted as candidates for the ministry with services at Shiloh AME Church in Prosperity, Herald 10/25/1883, page 3, Description of the services at Luther Chapel in celebration of 400 years anniversary of Lutheranism, Herald 11/1/1883, page 3; Report of the Synod held at Bethlehem Church, Herald 11/15/1883, page 3; Rev. S. P. Hughes, former pastor, visited in Newberry, Herald 1/31/1884, page3; ST. MATTHEWS LUTHERAN CHURCH was blown down and the oak grove in which it stood very seriously damaged, during a cyclone, Herald 2/21/1884, page 3; New Hope Methodist Church extended an invitation for the Congregation of St. Matthew Lutheran Ch. to use their building for worship; the invitation was gladly accepted and a resolution of thanks was printed in the paper, Herald 2/28/1884, page 3; at a meeting of the Synod in Columbia a resolution was passed urging upon all members of the Lutheran Church to abstain from all kinds of intoxicating drinks, Herald 4/17/1884, page 3; At the Synod it was decided to open the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Newberry in connection with the Newberry College, Herald 6/5/1884, page 2; The deed of the grounds and buildings of Newberry College were conveyed from Robert H. Wright, Herald 7/17/1884, page 3; COLONY LUTHERAN CHURCH the old building was removed in preparation of a new building, Herald 8/14/1884, page 2; the new COLONY CHURCH was being built by Shockley Bros. Herald 8/14/1884, page 3; The Synod was held at St. Paul’s Church, etc. Herald 8/21/1884, page 3; About a law suit within the Lutheran Church concerning Rev. Gregory Dreher and Job Johnstone, Herald 9/11/1884, page 3; about the suit in progress over the Lutheran property, Herald 10/23/1884, page 1; Rev. J. Steck DD resigned the Pastorate of Luther Chapel, Herald, 2/12/1885, page 3; Testimony in the case of St. John’s Lutheran Corporation of SC Synod vs St. John’s of the TN Synod for possession of 100 acres of land, a church and a school house will resume at Peak’s Station on 7/27/1885, Herald 7/23/1885; page 3; the case was adjourned in Columbia on 8/3 and will resume at Hope Station in September, Herald 8/13/1885, page 3; several men were elected and declined positions both in Newberry and Columbia Seminaries – list of them was given, Herald 8/13/1885, page 3; Rev. A. B. McMackin of the Fairfield Iowa Church accepted the pastorate at Newberry Luther Chapel. Herald 8/20/1885, page 3; Report of the Synod held at Colony Church, Newberry Observer 2/2/1893, page 3; Rev. Prof. J. H. Fox was elected new pastor of the Lutheran Church, Newberry Observer, 2/23/1893, page 3; Pomaria Lutheran Parsonage was completed – description – on 6-acres of land donated by D. J. Hentz, Newberry Observer 3/9/1893, page 3; Rev. J. B. Fox is the new pastor of Newberry Lutheran Church, Newberry Observer 4/13/1893, page 3; a lawn party on the Parsonage grounds on 5/26, Newberry Observer 5/25/1893, page 3; $60 profit from the lawn party, Newberry Observer 6/1/1893, page 3; No preaching last Sunday – Pastor Fox had the mumps, Newberry Observer 6/22/1893, page 3; the Lutheran Church wanted to start a Lutheran female College at Little Mountain; brick kiln installed to start making the needed bricks; will be located ½ mile from the depot; Newberry Observer 6/29/1893, page 3, Rev. Fox was granted a month vacation, Newberry Observer 7/27/1893, page 3; Aunt Rachel Lyles colored, 75 years old, died 1/29/1895. She joined Luther Chapel Church while a slave and was a member ever since. Newberry Observer, 1/30/1895; Report of the Lutheran Synod held at St. Michael’s Church in Lexington, Press & Reporter 11/6/1895, page 2; Lutheran Church in Newberry was to be built. See Page 3, column 2 for specs and description of the building. Newberry Observer 9/9/1896; Corner stone laying, the ceremony and what was enclosed in it on Page 3, column 3, Newberry Observer 10/21/1896; The stones for the church are from the quarry of B. C. Matthews. Newberry Observer 10/28/1896; Mr. James Carr, while at work on the new Lutheran Church 3/24/1897, in letting himself down from the roof, caught the wrong end of a rope and fell 28 feet. He was not seriously hurt. Newberry Observer, 3/31/1897; Six Memorial windows, 6x10 feet, will be placed in the new building; There will be a window memorial for Rev. J. J. Hawkins DD; Rev. T. S. Boinest; Dr. O. B. Mayer Sr.; Matthias Barre; W. W. Houseal; Mrs. Annie Diercks Fox. Others selected will be for the memory of Oscar Smith and a daughter of William Johnson. Henry Lemcke of Phila. will do the work, total cost being $1200. Newberry Observer 4/14/1897; There was a memorial window for the 3 little children of Mr. Johnson. Newberry Observer 8/25/1897; The first services for the new church were done on 10/17/1897. Newberry Observer 10/20/1897; LUTHERAN name change – the Lutheran Chapel was re-named by the congregation to The Church of the Redeemer. Newberry Observer 9/281899; LUTHERAN CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER proposed to build a Parsonage not to exceed $3000. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/8/1902; LUTHERAN CHURCH, will have a Parsonage built on ground recently bought from Dr. McIntosh. It will have all the modern improvements of heating, lighting and so forth and will cost $4000. Page 8, Newberry Observer 11/25/1902; LUTHERAN PARSONAGE, a contract for building the Parsonage was awarded to L. A. Walker & Son of Columbia. It will face Boundary Street and the cost will be $3500. Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/13/1903; A Moller Pipe Organ will be installed in the church. It was to have 760 pipes, some as much as 25 feet high. It will be 5 feet deep and 25 feet long and will cost $2500.The contractor to build the Parsonage was sick and will not be able to perform. The contract was given to McA. McManus Company of Columbia and will cost $3600. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/10/1903; LUTHERAN CHURCH will celebrate it’s 50th anniversary on 7/10/1903. About the church’s history on Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/15/1903; LUTHERAN CHURCH the new $2500 pipe organ was being installed by Mr. Leisch and will be used for the first time on 11/1/1903. Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/23/1903; A rare treat to lovers of music at the Church, Page 8, Newberry Observer 10/30/1903; Miss Susie Summer was the organist for the Church. An evening of Pleasure, the new organ at the hands of a master, Page 8, Newberry Observer 11/6/1903; The 50th anniversary of the Church will be celebrated Feb. 25-29, 1904. Page 8, Newberry Observer 11/27/1903; Lutheran Church of Little Mountain, Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/7/1902; Rev. Seabrook moved into the handsome Queen Anne styled Parsonage. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/11/1903; the Parsonage was completed. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/5/1904; The ladies of the Church offered parlor concerts to be held at the Parsonage. The price was 50 cents. The Church was planning a 50th anniversary celebration. The program was itemized on Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/26/1904; The program was itemized on Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/29/1904; The semi-centennial anniversary of the Church – an interesting program being planned - Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/23/1904; A story of the beginning of the Church, a list of the first 21 members, the first Trustees, the first elders, the Pastors. An account of the anniversary celebration, Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/1/1904; A name omitted as a surviving charter member was added, Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/4/1904; Holy week services schedule are on Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/25/1904; Page 8, Newberry Observer 3/29/1904; Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/1/1904; Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/5/1904; A list of the upcoming sermons. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/8/1904; The Ladies League will give a supper and hold a Christmas sale. An admission fee of ten cents at the door will be charged but each person paying will receive a coupon worth ten cents for payment towards a purchase or a meal. Page 5, Newberry Observer 12/6/1904

LUTHERAN VISITOR – the newspaper was moving to Columbia. William P. Houseal published it in Newberry since 4/21/1881 with the exception of the six years from 1888 to 1894 when Col. E. H. Aull was associated with him. The paper was incorporated in 1888. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/5/1904; LUTHERAN VISITOR – All the publications from the inception 1866 up to 1905 were presented to the Newberry College Library by Dr. S. T. Hallman. Page 5, Newberry Observer 6/6/1905

Lutz, W. A. Mrs. and her daughter, Mrs. J. H. Dingleholf, visited relatives in Winston NC. Page 5, Newberry Observer 4/24/1903

Lutz, W. A. Rev. was the Pastor of Grace Lutheran Church in Prosperity. Page 8, Newberry Observer 4/11/1902; Rev. W. A. Lutz had left for NC. His sister was dying. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/23/1903; Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Lutz vacationed in NC. Page 5, Newberry Observer 9/4/1903; Rev. W. A. Lutz of Prosperity visited in Salisbury NC with Mrs. J. H. Dingleholf. Page 5, Newberry Observer 1/22/1904; Rev. W. A. Lutz attended the St. Louis Exposition. Page 5, Newberry Observer 8/16/1904

Lybrand, Agnes Mrs. of Macedonia, daughter of William Fulmer of Lexington, married Ambrose Wessinger on 3/9/1905 at the home of the officiating Rev. P. H. E. Derrick at St. Phillip’s. Page 5 & 8, Newberry Observer 3/10/1905

Lybrand, Ethel eloped with Joseph Merrill 5/16/1891 by Rev. S. D. Vaughn. Newberry Observer 5/21/1891

Lybrand, J. C. was a student at Newberry College. He will attend the YMCA Convention in Spartanburg. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/19/1904; Jesse Carroll Lybrand graduated with Second Honors from Newberry College 1905. His Commencement speech was titled ‘When Coal Was Gone’. Page 5, Newberry Observer 4/25/1905

Lybrand, W. E. Dr. was ill. Newberry Observer 5/16/1901; He died at the home of Willie Fulmer on 6/16/1901 and was buried at Macedonia Church Cemetery. He was a young doctor who graduated from Baltimore Medical Institute about a year ago. He married Miss Agnes Fulmer, daughter of Willie Fulmer. He was member of Mt. Pleasant Church. Newberry Observer 6/20/1901

Lyles, A. C. advertised a ten-room house, suitable for a Hotel, in the town of Whitmire, for sale or rent. Newberry Observer 1/12/1899; A. Cole Lyles, 56 years old, died at his home in Carlisle, Union County on 3/26/1905. Page 1, Newberry Observer 3/31/1905

Lyles, A. G. married Miss M. A. Thomas at the home of the bride’s mother Mrs. Susanna Thomas on 1/18/1884 by Rev. W. M. Hardin, Herald 1/31/1884, page 3

Lyles, A. G. Mrs. of Carlisle, was the sister of David A. Thomas who died from paralysis on 12/2/1903, R. S. Thomas of Carlisle, J. J. Thomas of Maybinton and Mrs. W. V. Lyles of Maybinton. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/8/1903

Lyles, Alma, (parents names placed in section for child’s name), male, black, delivered by Harriet Counts on 5/29/1908. Parents are Thomas Lyles, teamster, and Alma Lyles, of Newberry City. (Child recorded as male) (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Lyles, Anderson was advertised having a letter for pick up at the Post Office, Herald 12/4/1884, page 3

Lyles, B. C. of Co. ‘B’ 1st Regt. received his Confederate Cross at the Memorial Day Services held at Newberry on 5/9/1903. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/12/1903

Lyles, B. H., male, white, died 1/27/1904 of Bright’s disease. She was 60 years old, born in Newberry County and lived in Newberry City for 8 years. Reported by Dr. W. G. Houseal. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Lyles, Ben S. bought the LYLES HOME PLACE for $800 and Tract No. 2 for $410, Herald 11/8/1883, page 3; Ben Lyles 35 years old, died at his home in Maybinton 9/7/1897. Newberry Observer 9/8/1897

Lyles, Ben, COURT OF SESSIONS, violation of contract, sentenced to 6 months in the Penitentiary. Newberry Observer 11/21/1889

Lyles, Burr was a new member of James D. Nance Confederate Veterans and their sons, Post No. 336. Newberry Observer, 7/25/1894; Burrell H. Lyles, 60 years old, died at his home in West End, Newberry on 1/27/1904 of Brights disease. He served CSA and was survived by a wife, three daughters and a son. Page 8, Newberry Observer 1/29/1904

Lyles, Claib Uncle lived in TN, Newberry Observer 1/19/1893, page 3;

Lyles, Dave colored, his 13-year-old daughter eloped 2/3/1905. Mr. Lyles swore out a warrant and had the bride and groom arrested. The judge set free the couple since there was no age limit on the marriage laws. The groom paid the costs. Page 2, Newberry Observer 2/7/1905

Lyles, David colored was brought to the Penitentiary in Columbia for 8 years by Sheriff W. W. Riser and C. J. Purcell, Herald 7/23/1885, page 3

Lyles, Elizabeth "Pink", 98 years old, died 2/5/1999 in Newberry County Memorial Hospital. Born in Newberry, she was a daughter of Mrs. Louise Wicker. Burial was in St. Mark A. M. E. Church Cemetery. Wilson Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 2/8/1999

Lyles, Evelyn Counts, 91 years old, died 12/17/1999 at Fairfield Memorial Hospital. Born in Newberry Co., she was a daughter of Julius Caesar Counts and Hattie Curry Counts. Burial was in St. Mark AME Church Cemetery. Wilson Funeral Home was in charge. Newberry Observer 12/20/1999 & 12/22/1999

Lyles, G. K. Rev. was appointed to Newberry Station District of the AME Church for the ensuing year. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/9/1904

Lyles, George D. F., barber of Prosperity, was building a nice residence. Page 5, Newberry Observer 1/22/1904; George D. F. Lyles colored, a barber in Prosperity was married in Columbia this week. Page 1, Newberry Observer 6/9/1905

Lyles, George was a witness to the accidental murder of Jim Rook on 11/13/1880. A record of the inquisition was kept at the SC State Archives and was printed in the Old Newberry Chapter Quarterly, Summer 2001 edition.

Lyles, Hester Elizabeth, female, white, died 9/11/1896 of bilious fever and consumption. She resided in the Factory Village. She was a resident of Newberry for 19 years, was 19 years old, born in Newberry Co., SC. Reported by Dr. W. G. Houseal. Burial near Walton, Newberry County. (Record of Death Returns for the City of Newberry kept at the Newberry County Library)

Lyles, J. Arthur colored, very light skinned, in passing for white, married a Washington Belle, a white woman who was not aware of his race. His mother was the former slave of Ruth Lyles of Maybinton. A large article on the subject, Page 8, column4, Newberry Observer 1/8/1891

Lyles, J. C., male, black, died 2/7/1917 of burns of 1st degree followed by sepsis, The deceased was 8 years old, born in Newberry SC, and lived in Newberry City. Reported by F. K. Shealy M. D. Burial was in City Cemetery. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Lyles, J. F. Dr., who lived near Maybinton, died 9/8/1879. Newberry Herald, 9/10/1879

Lyles, J. R. returned from Philippines. He enlisted in the regular army 1899, spending 2 ½ years in the Philippines. He and his wife visited the parents of Mrs. Lyles, Mr. and Mrs. James W. Davis. There was a synopsis of his army experiences. Page 5, Newberry Observer 3/21/1902

Lyles, James Herman, male, white, died 7/4/1904 of gastro-entero colitis. He was 10 months old, born in Columbia, 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)

Lyles, Jane, female, black, died 8/25/1897, of malarial fever. She lived in Ward 1, was 50 years old, born in SC., living in Newberry for 15 years. Reported by Dr. P. G. Ellisor. Buried in a County Cemetery. (Record of Death Returns for the City of Newberry kept at the Newberry County Library)

Lyles, Jim colored, testified at a preliminary hearing of the State vs. Charley Counts. Testimony was on Page 5, Newberry Observer 3/22/1904

Lyles, Joe colored, died 10/14/1883 in town. Newberry Herald 10/18/1883

Lyles, John V. of Maybinton, died 9/21/1878 of apoplexy. He was 62 years old. Newberry Herald 10/2/1878

Lyles, John Wesley was jailed for selling property under lien. He was wanted by Spartanburg County officers for the offense. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/23/1902

Lyles, M. V. reported the crops around Maybinton were not good, Herald 7/19/1883, page 3

Lyles, male, black, delivered by Harriet Counts, at Newberry City, on 8/14/1902. Parent was Beulah Lyles of SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Lyles, Margaret Workman, 80 years old, wife of Roy J. Lyles, died 2/24/1998 at Stephens County Hospital, GA. Born in Newberry Co. she was a daughter of P. C. and Margaret Young Workman. Burial was in Stephens Memorial Gardens, Toccoa GA. Newberry Observer 3/2/1998

Lyles, Martha COURT OF SESSIONS – murder – case continued, Herald 7/23/1885, page 3

Lyles, Mary Frances see Mary Frances Lyles DAVIS, Newberry Observer 11/3/2000

Lyles, Noleekee, female, white, died 9/11/1910, of diarrhea. The deceased was 12 months old, born in Clinton, South Carolina, resided in Clinton for 12 months. Reported by J. H. Young M. D. Burial was in West End. (Information from ‘Returns of Deaths within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Lyles, R. E. was paid $3.70 for services as Constable. Supervisor’s Quarterly Report ending 3/21/1899 printed in the Newberry Observer 4/6/1899; He received $1.67 as Constable during the Quarterly ending 6/30/1899 and published according to the Act of the Legislature of 1897, Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/13/1899; R. E. Lyles bought at MASTER SALE 196 acres of land for $790. Newberry Observer 12/7/1899; R. E. Lyles of Maybinton was in the city of Whitmire. Page 8, Newberry Observer 5/20/1904; He visited his sister, Mrs. Emma Thomas of Maybinton. Page 5, Newberry Observer 7/8/1904; R. E. Lyles, who works for the GC&N RR, visited his sister Mrs. Thomas of Whitmire. Page 5, Newberry Observer 6/2/1905

Lyles, R. R. S. Estate of Township No. 3 was advertised with property for sale for delinquent Taxes, Herald 1/13/1886, page 2

Lyles, R. S., was appointed a manager of elections at Maybinton, 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

Lyles, Rachel Aunt colored, 75 years old, died 1/29/1895. She joined Luther Chapel Church while a slave and was a member ever since. Newberry Observer, 1/30/1895

Lyles, Reuben B., was a member of Co. ‘L’ Palmetto Regt., SCV at the siege of Vera Cruz, Mexico 1847. Newberry Observer 11/14/1889

Lyles, Roland’s child, James Herman Lyles, died 7/4/1904 at the home of the grandfather, James W. Davis. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. Page 8, Newberry Observer 7/5/1904

Lyles, Sallie Miss of Helena married Ernest Cromer on 2/23/1905 at the Central Parsonage in Newberry, officiated by Rev. S. H. Zimmerman. Page 8, Newberry Observer 2/24/1905

Lyles, Sam colored, for several years was the mail carrier from Newberry to Liberty Hall to Whitmire and back. On 1/7/1884 he left Newberry under influence of liquor and stopped off at the Baptist Church, threatening the pastor, Ira Lewis. He then shot at a white boy, Robert Moorman. He was arrested, Herald 1/10/1884, page 3; the old mule rider, died in Newberry on 3/2/1889. Newberry Observer 3/7/1889

Lyles, Sam, male, white, died 3/3/1889 of angina pectoris. He resided in Newberry City. He was a resident of Newberry for 4 years, was 75 years old. Reported by Dr. J. J. Kirksey. (Record of Death Returns for the City of Newberry kept at the Newberry County Library)

Lyles, Telford Sr., 60 years old, died Thursday. Born in Newberry County, he was a son of the late Mr. Benjamin Lyles and Mrs. Evelyn Lyles. Burial was at Red Hook Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Brooklyn, N. Y. Newberry Observer 10/27/1999

Lyles, Thomas M. died at the home of his son-in-law Col. Thomas W. Woodward, at Rockton Fairfield County, on 2/7/1902 at age 91 years. Page 5, Newberry Observer 2/11/1902

Lyles, Thomas married Miss Lizzie Parker, both of Goldville, in Newberry on 9/24/1903 by Rev. G. E. Edwards. Page 8, Newberry Observer 9/29/1903

Lyles, Touney (Tonney) was in jail for the rape of Miss Jane Willard on 3/15/1897. Newberry Observer, 3/24/1897; Touney Lyles, COURT OF SESSION, rape, guilty, to be hanged 8/20/1897. Newberry Observer 7/21/1897; Details of the hanging on Page 3, column 3, Newberry Observer 8/25/1897; Tonney Lyles, male, black, died 8/20/1897, of execution at the county jail. He lived in Ward 1, was 19 years old, born in SC., living in Newberry for 9 months. Buried in a County Cemetery. Reported by Dr. P. G. Ellisor and Van Smith. (Record of Death Returns for the City of Newberry kept at the Newberry County Library)

Lyles, W. B. lost everything except his dwelling house from a cyclone 3/22/1890. Newberry Observer 3/27/1890

Lyles, W. D. moved to Helena from Maybinton. Page 5, Newberry Observer 1/29/1904

Lyles, W. T. His 2-year-old son ate the match heads of 32 matches and died from the effects. Page 1, Newberry Observer 9/15/1905

Lyles, W. V. Mrs. of Maybinton was the sister of David A. Thomas who died from paralysis on 12/2/1903 years old, R. S. Thomas of Carlisle, J. J. Thomas of Maybinton and Mrs. A. G. Lyles of Carlisle. Page 8, Newberry Observer 12/8/1903

Lyles, William V. of Maybinton, brother of Reuben Lyles, had a shooting argument with Dr. John F. Coleman of Chester County. Mr. Lyles objected to the amorous attention of Dr. Coleman to his adopted daughter, Mamie Suber, 18 years old. Mr. Lyles hit Doctor Coleman with a stick and the Doctor shot Mr. Lyles in the abdomen and thigh. Mr. Lyles then shot Doctor Coleman in the left arm. The mule belonging to Sam Crotwell received two bullets. Page 5, Newberry Observer 11/28/1902; W. V. Lyles won in the Primary Race for Alderman of Helena. Page 4, Newberry Observer 12/1/1905

Lyles, Willie B. Jr., 52 years old, died 8/18/1999 at Newberry County Hospital. Born in Fairfield County, he was a son of Mrs. Bertha Lyles and the late Willie b. Lyles Sr. Newberry Observer 8/20/1999

Lyman, L. A. of Massachusetts died at the Hartman House on 3/4/1895. He was a brick mason. His body was shipped home for burial. Newberry Observer, 3/6/1895

Lynch, John R. colored from Mississippi was elected temporary chairman at the National Republican Convention in Chicago, Herald 6/5/1884, page 3

Lynch, Mr. who was farming near Helena moved to ARK, Herald 12/25/1884, page 3

Lynch, W. E. Mrs. of Edgefield visited her sister Mrs. Tabor Hill of Newberry. Newberry Observer, 6/29/1893

LYNCHINGS IN THE US SINCE 1881 – page 7, Newberry Observer 10/24/1901; ALSO SEE BLACK HISTORY

Lyon, John T. shot to death D. Lucien Mabry, ESQ. 25 years old. Newberry Observer 5/30/1889

Lyon, T. J. Captain of Carterville GA, was married Miss Betty Reagin of Cedartown GA, formerly of Newberry, on 12/18/1901. Captain Lyon was oil inspector for the State of GA. Newberry Observer 12/20/1901; T. J. Lyon shot and severely wounded Ed Stephens of Greenwood County. Mr. Lyon was in jail. Page 1, Newberry Observer 7/22/1904

Lyons, A. E. Miss, married Alexander Quay Clark 4/19/1849 and moved to Marshall TX in 1859. Newberry Observer 4/21/1892

Lyons, male, black, delivered by Dr. W. G. Houseal on 10/29/1900. Parent was Sally Lyons, of Newberry City, SC. (Information from ‘Returns of Births within the City of Newberry’ – Book kept at the Newberry County Library)

Lyons, Matt, of Edgefield was in a shooting match, Page 3, column 5, Newberry Observer 2/20/1890

Lyons, Sally, female, black, died 11/29/1900 of puerperal convulsions. She was 30 years old, born in SC and lived in Newberry, SC for 10 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)

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