HARLEY - CUSACK (?) - INABINET
HARPER - WALKER
HARRISON - JACKSON
HARRISON - PENDARVIS
HARRISON - SEAY
HARRISON 25 Oct 1998
HEAPE - CHAPMAN
HIATT - STRICKLAND
HIERS - CROFT
HILL - REID
HIOTT - SAVAGE - CROSBY
HOATS - SMITH - NIX - COCHRAN
HOWARD - MILLER - GARVIN - TAYLOR
HUDSON - MORGAN
HUTSON - PADGETT
26 Apr 1998
Redin R. HALFORD/ALFORD was born about 1803 in SC and was living in Colleton early in the 1800s. He was still living in Colleton in the 1870 Census. He had a wife Anna born about 1810 in SC. I would like to know who his parents were and if he had brothers and sisters in the area.
|William M. Harley
|HARLEY - CUSACK (?) - INABINET
My great grandfather was Peter Ferdinand HARLEY (1842-1929). He was from the Colleton district and fought in the confederate infantry, 2 SCV Co. I. He later married Ella Golson INABINET and was a farmer in Jamison SC until his death. One of his brothers was W.W.(Cow Bill) HARLEY for whom Harleyville was named. Another brother, Joseph M. HARLEY, drowned in a river returning from the Civil War. P.F. HARLEY's father was James S. HARLEY (1801-1867) and Catherine --- (CUSACK, I believe). I am searching for information on James S. HARLEY's parentage and his wife Catherine.
19 Aug 1997
My Great Great Grandfather was Andrew Hall Harley born
@ 1800 in Colleton County. He married Conelia Amamda DeCosta. One of his
children was Dr. Govan Bragg Harley (my great grandfather). I cannot seem
to find the parents of Andrew Hall. I would love any help.
13 Oct 1996
I am doing research on Harleys from the early days in South Carolina. The Harleys that I am descended from are: Joseph Harley I, born 1695; Joseph Harley II, born about 1723; Lt. Jospeh Harley, born about 1748; Jackson Harley, born about 1776; Dr. John Harley, born 1809; Robert Rhett Harley, born 1848; Mattie Harley, born 1880 (my grandmother). My grandmother, Mattie, was born in Barnwell County and I would be particularly interested in any relatives of her brothers or sisters. If you are related, give me a return message and we can see if we have any info to share (I have lots). For more information on my Harley line, visit my Harley Family page.
|Karen Busby firstname.lastname@example.org
16 Feb 1998
|HARPER - WALKER
I am researching James Edward HARPER born 8 May 1872 in Walterboro, Colleton Co, SC. Parents are unknown. His first wife was Ida Elizabeth ???. She died in Colleton Co, SC on 2 Dec 1909.Their children, Edward, Frank, Arthur, Dewey, Eula, Essie, Lottie, and John William HARPER were all born in Colleton Co, SC. This family shows up in the 1900 censuses in Heyward Township. Shortly after their mothers death, James Edward had to split up the family, each going to different families. James Edward moved to Beaufort Co, SC and later married Lucus WALKER. He died on 10 October 1924. The doctors believed he was poisoned by Lucus with arsenic and this caused his death. He is buried in Port Royal, Beaufort Co, SC. Any help with this family would greatly be appreciated.
|Julian R. Harrison
26 Apr 1998
|HARRISON - SEAY
Seek information concerning Seaborn HARRISON (b. 1819), wife Martha (b. 1819), and son Charles W. (b. 1841 or 1842). Family lived in St. Bartholomew Parish in the vicinity of the village of Smoaks or Williams. This Charles W. HARRISON may be my great-grandfather who married (ca. 1866) Sarah Elizabeth SEAY (1849-1913) of Augusta, GA.
|Janet Nielson Jilote
23 Mar 1998
|HARRISON - PENDARVIS
I am interested in finding out more info about Matilda HARRISON b.c. 1865 (Indian descent) ? PENDARVIS married to Matilda HARRISON.
14 Sep 1998
|HARRISON - JACKSON
I am seeking information about Joe HARRISON and Raleigh HARRISON. They may have lived in the Cottageville area. Raleigh HARRISON was married to Evelyn JACKSON. They had childern that were born there in or around 1880. Any help will be great.
10 Mar 1998
I am looking for information about my GGGrandparents. My greatgrandmother is Callie Harrison. Her full name is Carolina Annabeth Margaret Elizabeth Harrison and she was born in 1880. Her parents are Jim and Margaret Harrison. She married Frank Harrison and his parents are Riley Harrison and Evelyn (Ellen) Jackson. Thank you for any information that you can give.
19 Apr 1998
|HEAPE - CHAPMAN
Benjamin HEAPE, Sr born about 1726 in St Bartholomew's Parish, Colleton, SC married Sarah DAVIS. Their son Benjamin HEAPE, Jr. b abt 1765 in Colleton District, SC died abt 1843 in Beaufort District, SC married Ann CHAPMAN. Will be glad to exchange info.
Seeking information on John HEARN , born 1710 in Colleton County , SC and died 1765 in Bryan County, Georgia. HEARN was probably changed to HARN shortly after birth. Any information will be greatly appreciated and I will answer all correspondence.
|Dr. Alan Hewat
10 Jun 1997
Alexander HEWAT (1739-1824) was the first historian of South Carolina
and Georgia. His "An Historical Account of the Rise and Progress of the
Colonies of South Carolina and Georgia", 2 vols, (London, 1779) was reprinted
in 1962 by the Reprint Co, Spartanburg, SC. Alexander arrived in Charleston
in 1763 as Minister of the Scots (First Presyberterian) Church. His brother
Andrew Hewat (my gggg grandfather) joined him about 1770. Andrew was a
wine merchant in Charleston and married a widow, Katherine Brisbane (widow
Elliott) in 1773, later becoming a planter with his brother-in-law Adam
Fowler Brisbane. Both Alexander and Andrew were Royalists, and were expelled
from SC in 1777, with their land in Colleton and Craven Cos confiscated.
We would be interested if anyone could search Charleston church, land and
Royalist Army records for this unusual name (sometimes spelled Hewatt).
|Alva T. Stone
15 Jul 1998
In the 1759 will written by my ancestor David HEXT, he describes
property located on the "Pons Pons River" near Jacksonborough (Colleton
County). I saw another reference to the "Pons Pons Road," in an account
of the SC slave insurrection of 1739.
14 Sep 1998
|HIATT - STRICKLAND
I'd like any information on South Carolina/North Carolina HIATTS (any spelling!), particularly that concerning those who were in the Colleton District of South Carolina in the early 1800s. My 4th great grandmother was Rebecca HIATT (b.1810 SC). She married William STRICKLAND (b.1797 SC) around 1828 and are found in the 1830 SC census in Colleton. They had HIATT next door neighbors who were likely related to Rebecca. I think one of them was an Arthur. I'd like to know who Rebecca's parents were and how she fits in with the other Hiatts in the area. Rebecca and husband William Strickland had several children all born in SC: Mahalia(b.1828), Unity (b. 1830), Samuel C. (b. 1830), Matthew (b. 1832), Jane (b. 1834), Mary Ann (b. 1841) and Dicey (b.1843). Rebecca and William moved to southeast Georgia around 1845 or so. Her name was spelled Hyatt in Georgia.
|Jackie Croft Brown
3 Aug 1998
|HIERS - CROFT
Looking for information on the HIERS who were from Colleton Co. Many of them tie into my line of CROFTs who were around that area in Barnwell, SC.
23 May 1998
|HILL - REID
Looking for any information on family, ancestors, descendants of J.W. HILL, representative in SC General Assembly from Colleton county in 1884-1887, 1899-1904, 1911-1912; elected to SC state senate 1912, died 19 Dec 1912. Daughter Honor HILL, m. William Donald REID.
1 Mar 1998
I am interested in any information on John HINDMAN/HYNDMAN, who was listed in the 1820 census for Colleton County.
|Jennett Crosby Pearson
17 May 1998
|HIOTT - SAVAGE - CROSBY
Alfred HIOTT married Mary Crosby, b. 1835. Mary was daughter of Humphrey CROSBY and Sarah SAVAGE CROSBY. Does any HIOTT researchers have info on either Humphrey or Sarah's ancestors?
31 May 1998
|HOATS - SMITH - NIX - COCHRAN
I am researching my great grandparents, William Michael Peter HOATS and Rozella E. NIX. They were married in 1855. W.M.P HOATS' parents were Michael FarrARR HOATS and Martha Ellis SMITH. Martha Ellis SMITH'S parents were William Peter SMITH and Eleanor (maiden name unknown). Rozella E. NIX was the daughter of Francis D. NIX and Elizabeth Ann (maiden name unknown). William Peter SMITH was the son of Thomas SMITH and Hannah COCHRAN. Francis D. NIX is believed to have worked on one of the lowcountry plantations that was owned by Louise Baker, mother of Thomas B. Chaplin of St. Helena's island. Any information would be appreciated.
13 Oct 1997
|HOWARD - MILLER - GARVIN - TAYLOR
Looking for information on the following: William (?) HOWARD married Nancy BRANSON who was born in Logefield, , SC and d: Abt. 1810. There son Abraham HOWARD was born 1836 in Ravenel, Colleton, SC and died in 1923 in Charleston, Charleston, SC. He marrid Elizabeth MILLER. Their son Emanuel Whaley HOWARD was born in 1897 in Colleton county SC and died in 1953 in Charleston, Charleston, SC. He married 2 women: Fanny Idell GARVIN and Willie May TAYLOR. Any information regarding this family is greatly appreciated!
I would like information on John HOWELL and Hardy HOWELL that were in Rev. War from Colleton County. I am trying to connect to my Carson Howell (1768-1836),
|Carol Riner Everett
1 Nov 1998
Does anyone have any information on HUDSONs? A William HUDSON purchased land in Colleton County in 1760 and married there. He had a son named Gilbert HUDSON, among others. I believe these are the ancestors of my Emanuel County, Georgia HUDSONs. The Georgia group is headed by a Gilbert HUDSON. Perhaps he is the son or nephew of the SC Gilbert. I am trying to find the connection and would appreciate any help.
30 Jun 1997
|HUDSON - MORGAN
According to their daughter's obituary in Schley County, Georgia, John HUDSON married Elizabeth MORGAN in Colleton District on January 7, 1807. They soon migrated to Laurens Co, Georgia where they lived and raised a family. Their children were James, Sarah, Mary, Ursulah, Huldah, Green, Corinne, Leander and John Newton. If anyone has any information about this family, I would greatly appreciate hearing from you. Peggy Williams, 2142 Cheyenne Lane, Lawrenceville, GA 30244
|Valerie Humbert Braddock
11 Dec 1997
Trying to find information on William Godfrey HUMBERT, William Charles HUMBERT, Jacob Melchoir HUMBERT, and James HUMBERT, who were known to reside in the Edisto Island, Adams Run areas when these areas were part of Colleton County. Would appreciate any HUMBERT information. Also information on HUMBERTs/WELCHs buried in a small family plot on plantation off highway 174 near Toogadoo Creek.
28 Jul 1997
|HUTSON - PADGETT
Seeking information on George Washington (1850-1913) HUTSON m to Melinda Elizabeth PADGETT. At least one of their children was born in Colleton County. Thank you.