The Unionville Journal
May 31, 1851 - May 28, 1852
Transcribed and contributed to South Carolina Genealogy Trails by Edith Greisser
Union County, South Carolina

Inman, Jane Ms. married Thomas B. Bratton on October 12, 1851 officiated by J. P. McKissick Esq. all of Union District, Unionville Journal 10/18/1851, p2

IOOF - the annual communication of the Grand Lodge of South Carolina was held in Charleston when January 21. Officers were elected for the coming year. Honorable F. H. Wardlaw was elected M. W. Grand Master. Unionville Journal 1/30/1852, p2; IOOF of Newberry - on Saturday the dedication of the new Odd Fellows Hall;  After the usual ceremonies an address was delivered by J. G. Gibbes. Unionville Journal 3/26/1852, p2

Iron, F. W. was a manager of the HAMES polling place, Unionville Journal 9/27/1851, p3

Ison, John of Unionville was advertised as having paid $2 on his subscription to the Unionville Journal, Unionville Journal 9/6/1851, p3

Ison, Sarah Ms. of Union District a few days ago presented an apple weighing .75 pounds and measuring 12 inches in circumference. Unionville Journal 7/26/1851, p2

Ivy, Henry of Unionville was advertised with payment of two dollars for a subscription to the Unionville Journal, Unionville Journal 8/9/1851, p3

Jackson, E. A. General of Prairie Bluff Alabama was advertised with payment of $2 for a subscription to the Unionville Journal, Unionville Journal 8/9/1851, p3

James, David advertised he lost $175.75 and a promissory note on John Dorwin for $14.75. Liberal reward for return, Unionville Journal 9/13/1851, p3

Jarrett, Daniel was advertised with a letter remaining in the Post Office at Unionville which must be removed before July 1 or sent to the Dead Letter Office, Unionville Journal 4/16/1852, p3

Jefferies, John deceased his 7000 acres of land was advertised for sale, Unionville Journal 8/23/1851, p3; the land is divided into 12 tracts ranging from 308 to 982 acres. Also at the same time mules, cattle, hogs, plantation tools, wagons, carts, crops on hand, blacksmith tools and other articles will be sold. Unionville Journal 9/13/1851, p3

Jeffries, James Sr. of Wilkinsville was advertised as paying $2 for a subscription to the Unionville Journal, Unionville Journal 7/19/1851, p3

Jeffries, W. C. of Timber Ridge was advertised for a receipt of the payment of $1 for a subscription to the Unionville Journal, Unionville Journal 6/14/1851, p3

Jeffries, William Jr. was advertised with a letter remaining in the Post Office at Unionville which must be removed before July 1 or sent to the Dead Letter Office, Unionville Journal 4/16/1852, p3

Jeffries, William was a manager of the HANCOCK’S polling place, Unionville Journal 9/27/1851, p3

Jenkins, Alan was advertised with a letter remaining in the Post Office at Unionville which must be removed before July 1 or sent to the Dead Letter Office, Unionville Journal 4/16/1852, p3

Jenkins, B. B. of Unionville was advertised for a receipt of the payment of $1 for a subscription to the Unionville Journal, Unionville Journal 6/14/1851, p3

Jenkins, S. H. was appointed Postmaster of Edisto Island Post Office, Unionville Journal 4/9/1852, p2

Jennings, J. advertised at his place 9 miles below Unionville age he will hire out to the highest bidder 10 or 12 slaves mostly able men on December 31, 1851. Also on the same day will be sold several mules and one four-horse wagon. Unionville Journal 12/2/1851, p3

Jennings, M. Louisa Ms. daughter of Rev. John Jennings of Union District married Joseph B. Cottrell of Charleston on December 3, 1851 officiated by Rev. C. Beard, Unionville Journal 12/9/1851, p3

Jennings, S. W. of Green Pond was advertised for receipt of $2 payment on a subscription to the Unionville Journal, Unionville Journal 6/28/1851, p3; S. W. Jennings was advertised to pick up his mail at the Unionville PO by 7/1/1812 or it will be forwarded to the Dead Letter Office, Unionville Journal 7/19/1851, p3

Jeter, B. A. (2 Letters) was advertised to pick up his mail at the Unionville PO by 7/1/1812 or it will be forwarded to the Dead Letter Office, Unionville Journal 7/19/1851, p3

Jeter, David S. Esq. was advertised to pick up his mail at the Unionville PO by 7/1/1812 or it will be forwarded to the Dead Letter Office, Unionville Journal 7/19/1851, p3

Jeter, J. C. Dr. deceased was advertised as last notice for all indebted to his estate to come forward for payment for final and last notice given by Thomas B. Jeter, administrator, Unionville Journal 1/9/1852, p3

Jeter, James T. Rev. was advertised with payment of $2 for a subscription to the Unionville Journal, Unionville Journal 8/9/1851, p3

Jeter, John L. of Green Pond was advertised for a receipt of the payment of $2 for a subscription to the Unionville Journal, Unionville Journal 6/7/1851, p3

Jeter, L. B. of Fishdam was advertised for a receipt of the payment of $1 for a subscription to the Unionville Journal, Unionville Journal 6/14/1851, p3

Jeter, Mrs. lost her gin house containing 10 bales of cotton which was struck by lightning and set on fire and entirely consumed. Unionville Journal 9/20/1851, p2

Jeter, Singleton was advertised to pick up his mail at the Unionville PO by 7/1/1812 or it will be forwarded to the Dead Letter Office, Unionville Journal 7/19/1851, p3

Jeter, T. B. Esquire of Unionville was advertised for a receipt of the payment of $2 for a subscription to the Unionville Journal, Unionville Journal 6/7/1851, p3; T. B. Jeter was advertised with 2 letters remaining in the Post Office at Unionville which must be removed before July 1 or sent to the Dead Letter Office, Unionville Journal 4/16/1852, p3

Jinkins, Thomas was advertised to pick up his mail at the Unionville PO by 7/1/1812 or it will be forwarded to the Dead Letter Office, Unionville Journal 6/14/1851, p3

Johns, John of Fishdam was advertised as paying $2 for a subscription to the Unionville Journal, Unionville Journal 7/19/1851, p3; John Johns advertised for sale the land on which he lives in Union District on Cane Creek containing 543 acres. It is prime cotton land with 300 acres cleared and under cultivation. Also is a comfortable dwelling house, slave houses, gin house and screw and all necessary buildings. Unionville Journal 9/6/1851, p3

Johnson, B. was ORDINARY of Union District. Unionville Journal 5/31/1851, p3

Johnson, D. Gov. of Limestone Springs was advertised with a payment of $2 for his subscription to the Unionville Journal, Unionville Journal 8/23/1851, p3

Johnson, D. W. Col. of Fair Forest was advertised with a payment of $2 for his subscription to the Unionville Journal, Unionville Journal 8/23/1851, p3

Johnson, David Hon. was advertised to pick up his mail at the Unionville PO by 7/1/1812 or it will be forwarded to the Dead Letter Office, Unionville Journal 7/19/1851, p3

Johnson, Edward C. Capt. married Ms. Elizabeth Bovier (?) on January 19, 1852 officiated by Rev. Mr. Kendrick all of Union District, Unionville Journal 3/5/1852, p3

Johnson, Green was a manager of the BEAVERDAM polling place, Unionville Journal 9/27/1851, p3

Johnson, James Jr. applied for letters of administration on the estate of James Johnson Sr., Unionville Journal 4/9/1852, p3

Johnson, James Sr. 62 years old living in Union District died February 13, 1852. He was discovered dead by his corn crib. There were no marks of violence upon him and the verdict of the inquiry was that he came to his death from natural causes. Unionville Journal 2/20/1852, p2

Johnson, James was advertised with Sheriff Sale of a black mare levied on by the suit of G. Mays, Unionville Journal 11/18/1851, p2

Johnson, L. C. of Mount Tabor was advertised as paying $2 for a subscription to the Unionville Journal; L. C. Johnson of Union signed into Glenn Springs Resort on July 12, 1851, Unionville Journal 7/19/1851, p3

Johnson, Mary Ms. married Oliver Rogers on February 20, 1852 officiated by Rev. Thomas Young, Unionville Journal 3/5/1852, p3

Johnson, P. Major of Unionville was advertised for a receipt of the payment of $2 for a subscription to the Unionville Journal, Unionville Journal 6/7/1851, p3

Johnson, Phineas H. was arrested for the murder of his concubine and found guilty. The case went to a Court of Appeals and was dismissed by John Belton O Neall. An article immediately following the summary of the case of appeal dealt with the fact that the area where the crime was committed, PEA RIDGE, had a reputation as a place of corruption and home of harlots, Unionville Journal 1/2/1852, p2; Phineas Johnson was arrested on suspicion of the murder of Mrs. Mary Ann Hyatt, Unionville Journal 9/20/1851, p2; Court of Common Pleas and General Sessions – Judge O Neill presiding; the jury returned a verdict of guilty, Unionville Journal 10/18/1851, p2; his confession to what led to the murder of Mary Ann Hyatt given the night before his execution. A few minutes before 1 PM the prisoner walked to the scaffold and spoke a few words to those assembled. His voice was very weak and feeble and he could scarcely be heard after which the cord was placed around his neck and he died after a short struggle. Unionville Journal 2/20/1852, p2

Johnson, T. W. of Union signed into Glenn Springs Resort on July 12, 1851, Unionville Journal 7/19/1851, p3

Johnson, Thomas W. married Ms. Mary Jane Young both of Union District on February 15, 1852 officiated by Rev. John Norman. Unionville Journal 2/20/1852, p3

Johnson, Thomas was advertised with a letter remaining in the Post Office at Unionville which must be removed before July 1 or sent to the Dead Letter Office, Unionville Journal 4/16/1852, p3

Johnson, W. E. of Unionville was advertised with payment of two dollars for a subscription to the Unionville Journal, Unionville Journal 8/9/1851, p3

Johnston, A. S. was elected a Warden of Columbia, Unionville Journal 4/9/1852, p2

Joiner, J. Capt. of Unionville was advertised for receipt of $2 payment on a subscription to the Unionville Journal, Unionville Journal 6/28/1851, p3

Joiner, John advertised his cotton gins and other machinery for sale, Unionville Journal 6/7/1851, p3 and Unionville Journal 10/18/1851, p3

Jones, Abram D. of Camden was advertised for a receipt of $2 payment on a subscription to the Unionville Journal, Unionville Journal 6/21/1851, p3

Jones, D. H. of Unionville was advertised for a receipt of the payment of $2 for a subscription to the Unionville Journal, Unionville Journal 6/14/1851, p3

Jones, Elizabeth was advertised residing outside the limits of the State of South Carolina and was requested to answer or demure the advertisement for the purpose of settling the estate of Elijah Palmer, Unionville Journal 9/20/1851, p3

Jones, George W. wrote on the subject of the charges made by him against Mr. White and his political principles. Mr. White and Mr. Jones met face-to-face before a large audience at Edgefield Court House where a long dialogue and cross-examination took place between the parties which resulted in favor of Mr. White. Unionville Journal 3/5/1852, p2

Jones, J. W. Principal advertised a school at New Market, located at the Prather place 1 mile from the Savannah River and 5 miles above Petersburg starting January 15, 1852. The school will be male and female. The location is well watered and healthful. Scholastic year is two sessions, five months each. Classes are $7.50 a session; music is $10 extra; use of the piano each month is $.50; minimum price of tuition per school year is $15; maximum price of tuition with music combined is $60; maximum tuition with use of piano is $65; board (candles not included) per month is $10. The number of female students will be limited but male students will not. Professor Roechau will be music teacher on piano and melodeon; Professor Farnecci (?) will teach every instrument, wind and string, Unionville Journal 12/2/1851, p3; he advertised he employed William M. Armstrong and J. A. Walker as teachers for the next three years, for a high school, male and female,; two German professors and music; located at Calhoun Mills, Unionville Journal 3/5/1852, p3

Jones, Jesse was a manager of the STEVENS’ polling place, Unionville Journal 9/27/1851, p3

Jones, John A. Hon. His letter to the newspaper renouncing further connection with the Southern Rights Party because it would not take ground in favor of a dissolution of the Union. “There is no hope of an equal Union … The dissolution of the Union is a question of time … The longer we wait the stronger the North will become … If South Carolina submits to the Union the southern character will be demoralized, the southern courage will be dampened and lowered. If Carolina secedes and the government lets her alone, Charleston will be the great emporium of southern and western trade. She will have 10 times the intercourse with the people of the Southwest. They will be compelled to see the difference between such a government as we live under and a government conducted as I know Carolina will be on principles of justice, economy and as a plain Republican is supposed the be. In two years time all slave states would join her.” Unionville Journal 7/26/1851, p1

Jones, Thomas was advertised residing outside the limits of the State of South Carolina and was requested to answer or demure the advertisement for the purpose of settling the estate of Elijah Palmer, Unionville Journal 9/20/1851, p3

Jones, Tyrell was advertised to pick up his mail at the Unionville PO by 7/1/1812 or it will be forwarded to the Dead Letter Office, Unionville Journal 7/19/1851, p3

Jones, William S. was Sec. of the Yorkville Masonic Lodge No. 181, Unionville Journal 6/7/1851, p3

JONESVILLE POST OFFICE will close Monday at 8 PM, Unionville Journal 11/4/1851, p3; the Post Office will close Mondays at 4 PM.

JONESVILLE SCHOOL of Union District will start January 1, 1852 and close the last day of May. Graduates qualify to enter South Carolina College. English department $10 per session; Latin and Greek $15 per session; school located 10 miles north of Unionville near the road that leads from Unionville to Spartanburg. Board can be had with good families at five or six dollars a month. Unionville Journal 11/25/1851, p3

Judson, B. L. was advertised with a letter remaining in the Post Office at Unionville which must be removed before July 1 or sent to the Dead Letter Office, Unionville Journal 4/16/1852, p3

Kaiser, Charles of Unionville advertised his gold and silver watches with a two-year warranty, jewelry, china mantel ornaments and gold and silver spectacles. He also is prepared to do repair work, Unionville Journal 6/14/1851, p3; C. Kaiser advertised for sale a fine horse and buggy on a credit of 12 months. Unionville Journal 9/27/1851, p3; C. Kaiser advertised he was collecting for all who are indebted to him for 1849, 1850, 1851 – PAY UP! Unionville Journal 1/9/1852, p3

Kaiser, Julius of Unionville advertised his sign and ornamental paintings, fire screens and mantel ornaments, Unionville Journal 6/28/1851, p3

KEENAN & McLURE - advertised their fall and winter goods of an extensive assortment located at Union Courthouse; Negro shoes; Negro blankets, Unionville Journal 10/18/1851, p3

Keenan, William J. & Co. gave notice that the co-partnership between the subscribers expired on the first day of April and notes and books of subscription can be paid to him who is authorized to settle the company's business. Unionville Journal 5/31/1851, p3; he purchased the entire stock of the company which had liquidated and will conduct the same business on his own, Unionville Journal 5/31/1851, p3; William J. Keenan applied for letters of administration on the estate of Seth Alday, Unionville Journal 7/26/1851, p3; he advertised he had taken on a partner in business named J. William McLure and the business will be conducted under the name of Keenan & McLure, Unionville Journal 8/9/1851, p3

Kelley, D. F. of South Carolina signed into Glenn Springs Resort on July 15, 1851, Unionville Journal 7/19/1851, p3

Kelly, Ellis of Unionville was advertised as paying $2 for a subscription to the Unionville Journal, Unionville Journal 7/19/1851, p3

KELLY, THOMAS - polling place with Daniel Galman, R. Harris, E. Mitchell as managers, Unionville Journal 9/27/1851, p3

Kelly, William was advertised to pick up his mail at the Unionville PO by 7/1/1812 or it will be forwarded to the Dead Letter Office, Unionville Journal 7/19/1851, p3

Kelsey, J. was advertised with a letter remaining in the Post Office at Unionville which must be removed before July 1 or sent to the Dead Letter Office, Unionville Journal 4/16/1852, p3

Keltner, William was advertised to pick up his mail at the Unionville PO by 7/1/1812 or it will be forwarded to the Dead Letter Office, Unionville Journal 6/14/1851, p3

Kenishaw, Charles was advertised to pick up his mail at the Unionville PO by 7/1/1812 or it will be forwarded to the Dead Letter Office, Unionville Journal 7/19/1851, p3

Kennedy, A. M. of Camden was elected G. W. P. of the Sons of Temperance of South Carolina, Unionville Journal 12/16/1851, p2

Kennedy, B. was a manager of the HAMES polling place, Unionville Journal 9/27/1851, p3

Kennedy, Francis H. Esq. of Claremont was nominated as deputy to the Southern Congress from Sumter District, Unionville Journal 6/21/1851, p3

Kennedy, Thomas W. and Richard O’Neale announced their copartnership in a factory and commission business in Charleston with strict attention to the sale of cotton and other produce. O’Neale will be stationed in Columbia, Unionville Journal 9/20/1851, p3

Keogh, William a US Recruit stationed at Fort Moultrie was last seen at 11 o'clock Saturday night and was found floating outside the breakwater at sunrise on July 20, 1851. An inquest was done and the verdict was ‘accidental drowning’. Unionville Journal 7/26/1851, p3

Kershaw, Charles of Co. No. 4 of the Southern Battalion 35th Regiment died July 20, 1851; preamble and resolutions were printed in the newspaper, Unionville Journal 8/9/1851, p2; Charles Kershaw deceased lands advertised for sale, Unionville Journal 12/16/1851, p3

Kinard, J. M. of Newberry signed into Glenn Springs Resort on July 7, 1851, Unionville Journal 7/19/1851, p3

King, W. S. Col. died in Charleston of pneumonia on March 19, 1852. He was the editor of the Charleston Courier. Unionville Journal 3/26/1852, p2

KITCHENS - polling place with Jason Greer, W. B. Murphy, Wesley Sanders as managers, Unionville Journal 9/27/1851, p3

Kitchens, W. W. was advertised with a letter remaining in the Post Office at Unionville which must be removed before July 1 or sent to the Dead Letter Office, Unionville Journal 4/16/1852, p3

Knapp, John Lieut. of the revolutionary war - heirs of his estate were advertised it would be an advantage for them to contact Gen. John P. Duvall of Tallahassee Florida, agent for revolution bounty, Unionville Journal 8/9/1851, p2

Kolb, Josiah Lieut. of the revolutionary war - heirs of his estate were advertised it would be an advantage for them to contact Gen. John P. Duvall of Tallahassee Florida, agent for revolution bounty, Unionville Journal 8/9/1851, p2

Koon, Henry was advertised to pick up his mail at the Unionville PO by 7/1/1812 or it will be forwarded to the Dead Letter Office, Unionville Journal 6/14/1851, p3

LaBorde, John B. has taken charge of the editorial department of the MARION STAR and announced himself an uncompromising cooperation resistance man and advocates the Secession of South Carolina, alone if necessary. Unionville Journal 9/20/1851, p2

LAGRANGE POST OFFICE of Lancaster CH was recently established with Jacob F. Strait appointed Post Master, Unionville Journal 5/28/1852, p2

Lamar, Mr. on April 14 lost his large cotton warehouse containing cotton presses and 4000 to 5000 bales of cotton in a fire in Savannah Georgia. A portion of the cotton destroyed was insured with the Columbia Insurance Company. Unionville Journal 4/16/1852, p2

Lamb. J. Dr. was advertised with a Sheriff Sale of one horse and buggy levied on as suit of --- & Mays, Unionville Journal 12/23/1851, p3

Lambright, James was advertised for Sheriff Sale of 600 acres of land levied on as a suit by J. & W. J. Whitmire, William G. Mays, John F. Kearn and Joseph Whitmire, Unionville Journal 12/16/1851, p3

Langford, A. S. of Lexington signed into Glenn Springs Resort on July 15, 1851, Unionville Journal 7/19/1851, p3

Langford, F. of Lexington signed into Glenn Springs Resort on July 15, 1851, Unionville Journal 7/19/1851, p3

Langston, Eliza Ms. married John Cain both of Union District on December 24, 1851 near Cross Keys officiated by M. Myers Esq. Unionville Journal 1/9/1852, p3

Lann, Frederick Dr. of the revolutionary war - heirs of his estate were advertised it would be an advantage for them to contact Gen. John P. Duvall of Tallahassee Florida, agent for revolution bounty, Unionville Journal 8/9/1851, p2

Latimer, (?) Mary B. (?) Ms. of Edgefield District married Samuel J. Dorroh (?) on 1/8/1852 officiated by Hon. James F. Boyce, Unionville Journal 1/23/1852, p2

LAURENS POST OFFICE will close on Tuesdays and Fridays at 11:30 AM, Unionville Journal 11/4/1851, p3; the Post Office will close on Tuesday and Friday at 2 PM, Unionville Journal 3/5/1852, p3

LAURENSVILLE - advertised for the public in general to look out for a scamp who left Laurens Village on July 24, He was a young man 18 or 20 years old who gave his name as John Marden. He said he lived with Dr. Melmoth Hunter and presented an order to one of the merchants for some clothing with the name of Dr. Hunter attached to it. He afterwards represented himself as Samuel F. Parks, son of our esteemed fellow citizen Col. F. Parks. The order was discovered to be a forgery and he left instantly. The delinquent rode a bright sorrel horse and was last seen near Scuffletown on his way to Spartanburg. He wore a white Mexican hat enclosed in a Panama, a green tweed frock coat, satin vest, rather green pantaloons and boots; light complexion, sandy hair, 5’ 7’’- 8’’ tall. Unionville Journal 8/9/1851, p2; rain started at 4 PM and commenced in torrents until 10 PM, causing a complete overflow of bottomland within 5 miles of the village. The loss is incalculable. The bridge on the Columbia Stage Road crossing Little River was completely washed away and a slave boy, belonging to Dr. J. W. Simpson was drowned while attempting to cross Dirty Creek, 1 mile above the village. All the mill dams from which we have any account as yet are either washed away or so completely destroyed that the damage cannot be ascertained. It is remembered that on August 24, 1850 a storm occurred which did immense damage to the corn but it was not preceded by such bad prospects for a crop as this. Unionville Journal 8/30/1851, p3; the LAURENSVILLE HERALD editor J. D. Wright retired from his interest in the newspaper and copartner Mr. Stokes's will have exclusive control of it. Unionville Journal 11/4/1851, p2

Lawson, B. of Cross Keys was advertised for a receipt of the payment of $2 for a subscription to the Unionville Journal, Unionville Journal 6/7/1851, p3

Lawson, Hiram was advertised for Sheriff Sale of 95 acres of land in Union District levied on as a suit by Sam Summer and others, Unionville Journal 12/16/1851, p3

Lawson, Robert was advertised to pick up his mail at the Unionville PO by 7/1/1812 or it will be forwarded to the Dead Letter Office, Unionville Journal 6/14/1851, p3

Lawton, Isaac married Ms. M. White both of Union District on September 25, 1851 officiated by John Gibbs Jr. Esq. Unionville Journal 9/27/1851, p3

Layton, Martha F. of Spartanburg married J. S. Bailey of Union on February 12, 1852 officiated by Hon. M. C. Owings, Unionville Journal 3/5/1852, p3

Lee, R. W. was advertised with a letter remaining in the Post Office at Unionville which must be removed before July 1 or sent to the Dead Letter Office, Unionville Journal 4/16/1852, p3

Lee, Thomas Dr. of Anderson SC reported that on July 23 a storm came upon his farm. He had not completed building a heavy two-story house next to the home occupied by his family and the storm threw the newest two-story house down burying under its ruins his two children, a daughter 10 years old and a son eight years old with a little colored boy who were playing inside. The children escaped by Providence. Their lives were saved by a strong chest of drawers and a large invalid chair which stopped the heavy timbers in their fall keeping the children from being crushed. It took considerable effort to raise the timbers so that the children could be extracted. Unionville Journal 8/2/1851, p2

Leggett, W. L. was appointed Post Master of Beaverdam Post Office in Marlboro District, Unionville Journal 8/9/1851, p2

Leggett, W. L. was appointed Post Master of BEAVERDAM POST OFFICE in Spartanburg SC, Unionville Journal 8/9/1851, p2

LEIGH & TUCKER located at Dunn's Hotel advertised their premium sky-light daguerreotypes, which can be set in pins, lockets, rings or morocco cases. Unionville Journal 4/9/1852, p3

Leitner, G. of Fairfield signed into Glenn Springs Resort on July 8, 1851, Unionville Journal 7/19/1851, p3

Leitner, W. T. of Fairfield signed into Glenn Springs Resort on July 8, 1851, Unionville Journal 7/19/1851, p3

Leon, John applied for letters of administration of the estate of William Conway deceased, Unionville Journal 12/16/1851, p3

Leverett, Richard was a manager of the GOSHEN HILL polling place, Unionville Journal 9/27/1851, p3

Lewers, --- G. was advertised residing without the limits of the State of South Carolina and ordered to answer or demure a Bill in Equity, Unionville Journal 4/2/1852, p3

Lewers, Hugh S. was advertised residing without the limits of the State of South Carolina and ordered to answer or demure a Bill in Equity, Unionville Journal 4/2/1852, p3

Lewers, Julia L. was advertised residing without the limits of the State of South Carolina and ordered to answer or demure a Bill in Equity, Unionville Journal 4/2/1852, p3

Lewers, Sims was advertised residing without the limits of the State of South Carolina and ordered to answer or demure a Bill in Equity, Unionville Journal 4/2/1852, p3

Lewers, Thomas was advertised residing without the limits of the State of South Carolina and ordered to answer or demure a Bill in Equity, Unionville Journal 4/2/1852, p3

Lewis, Capt. and two others were charged with being engaged in fitting out an expedition against Cuba, etc. a bench warrant was issued. Mr. Charles O'Connor became security for his appearance in the form of $5000 bail. Unionville Journal 5/31/1851, p3

LIMESTONE FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL – the ‘end of the school year examinations’ took place in July 1851 and the board was satisfied that the system of instruction was highly efficient. The students are taught to think as well as to listen which is the only useful and successful mode of instruction. Prizes were awarded after the examinations. A gold medal was given Miss Mary E. Riddle, second prize a silver medal to Ms. (?) Capposon and third prize to Ms. Isabella Cunningham. Unionville Journal 11/4/1851, p3

LIMESTONE POST OFFICE will close Tuesdays at 8 PM and Saturdays on 10 AM, Unionville Journal 11/4/1851, p3; the Post Office will close on Mondays and Fridays at 4 PM, Unionville Journal 3/5/1852, p3

LIMESTONE SPRINGS ENGLISH AND CLASSICAL MALE SCHOOL - starts on the first Monday in January under the charge of William M. Citerson; each session is five months; classical is $15 per session and English is $5 present per session; no student is accepted shorter than a session. Unionville Journal 1/2/1852, p3

Lipsey, Elizabeth Mrs. 82-year-old wife of R. Lipsey Esq. died in Union District on July 21, 1851. She was a Methodist for 60 years. Unionville Journal 7/26/1851, p3

Little, John R. was advertised to pick up his mail at the Unionville PO by 7/1/1812 or it will be forwarded to the Dead Letter Office, Unionville Journal 7/19/1851, p3

Little, William of Unionville was advertised as paying $2 for a subscription to the Unionville Journal, Unionville Journal 7/19/1851, p3

Littlejohn, R. was a manager of the HANCOCK’S polling place, Unionville Journal 9/27/1851, p3

Lloyd, Benjamin Lieut. of the revolutionary war - heirs of his estate were advertised it would be an advantage for them to contact Gen. John P. Duvall of Tallahassee Florida, agent for revolution bounty, Unionville Journal 8/9/1851, p2

Lloyd, Edward Lieut. of the revolutionary war - heirs of his estate were advertised it would be an advantage for them to contact Gen. John P. Duvall of Tallahassee Florida, agent for revolution bounty, Unionville Journal 8/9/1851, p2

LOCKHART’S CANAL - an advertisement for bids for the purpose of letting out to the lowest bidder the cleaning out of the Canal and the repairing of the Locks. The contractor will be required to give bond and security for the performance of this contract. Unionville Journal 8/9/1851, p3

LODI POST OFFICE of Abbeville District – name changed to ’96 Post Office, Unionville Journal 4/23/1852, p2

Long, James was advertised with 196 acres of land in Union District levied on as the interest of Samuel Mays at the suit of Ephraim Haney. Unionville Journal 6/14/1851, p3; James Long of Shady Grove Tennessee was advertised for making payment of $2 on his subscription to the Unionville Journal, Unionville Journal 7/26/1851, p3

Long, Samuel H. was advertised to pick up his mail at the Unionville PO by 7/1/1812 or it will be forwarded to the Dead Letter Office, Unionville Journal 7/19/1851, p3

Long, William Jr. of Meansville was advertised as having paid $2 on his subscription to the Unionville Journal, Unionville Journal 9/6/1851, p3

Lott, Elmesley of Edgefield asked that his name be withdrawn from the committee of arrangements of the anti-secession barbecue. Unionville Journal 9/6/1851, p3

Love, James L. was advertised to pick up his mail at the Unionville PO by 7/1/1812 or it will be forwarded to the Dead Letter Office, Unionville Journal 7/19/1851, p3

Love, M. A. Ms. of Luxahoma MS was advertised for making payment of $1 on his subscription to the Unionville Journal, Unionville Journal 7/26/1851, p3

Lyles, J. C. of Unionville was advertised for a receipt of the payment of $2 for a subscription to the Unionville Journal, Unionville Journal 6/14/1851, p3

Lyles, J. V. was elected a Warden of Columbia, Unionville Journal 4/9/1852, p2

Lyles, Thomas Major a wealthy gentleman living in the neighborhood of Buckhead in Fairfield District deserves great credit for the assistance he gave the surveyors on the east side of Broad River. The Railroad will help the South to become independent of North for provisions. Unionville Journal 10/4/1851, p2;

Lyles, W. S. Esq. was nominated as deputy to the Southern Congress from Sumter District, Unionville Journal 6/21/1851, p3

LYNCHBURG was a new Post Office in Sumter District with Elisha Spencer as Postmaster, Unionville Journal 8/9/1851, p2

Lyons, J. Capt.’s store at the corner of Main and Bridge Street was totally consumed by fire on December 26, 1851, Unionville Journal 1/2/1852, p2

Lyons, Joseph J. married Ms. Sally S. Godfrey in Laurensville on May 13, 1851 officiated by Rev. Samuel Townsend. Unionville Journal 6/7/1851, p3



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