SCGenWeb Archives: Sumter County
|1850 - Surname Index||Apr 18, 1999||S-K Publications|
|John HODGE DEED OF GIFT - 1843||Jan 15, 1998||Faye L. Dyess|
|HERIOT, James D. 1918||9 Dec 2007||Joy Fisher|
|McINTOSH, William - Rev War||27 May 2006||Nancy Poquette|
Widow's Pension Application - Samuel Chandler MOORE
|Oct 25, 1997||Mary Ann Million|
|Twomey Hospital, West Calhoun St., Sumter||2003||Joy Fisher, Penny Postcards|
|Manhattan Restaurant, Sumter||2003||Joy Fisher, Penny Postcards|
|OLD SALEM COUNTY WILLS|
|Please note that Old Salem County no longer exists and that it became part of modern Sumter County, South Carolina.|
|Henry DURANT - 1805||Nov 4, 1997||Mary Ann Million|
Wills of THOMAS NEWMAN 1806; ELIZABETH NEWMAN, his wife, 1816;
ETHELIAL NEWMAN, his son, 1824.
|Oct 11, 1997||Mary Ann Million|
|Benjamin HODGE - 1815||17 Jul 1998||Faye L. Dyess|
|Benjamin Dupre HODGE - 1851||17 Jul 1998||Faye L. Dyess|
|John HODGE - 1851||Jan 15, 1998||Faye L. Dyess
The Last Will and Testament of John Hodge. He was born in 1775 and died 1854. The Will was filed 7 June 1854. He was either born in Sumter District, SC or Edgecombe County, NC and came to SC as a young child. He married Frances Davis, daughter of William Davis and Elizabeth Fort, before 1800. They had four living children at the time of his will. He also had seven sons with Mary Wise of Sumter District, SC. These sons were provided for in Deeds of Gift.
John Miles HODGE - 1806
LETTER OF ADMINISTRATION
|21 Jul 1998||Faye L. Dyess|
|William Henry "Harry" HUDNALL - 1852||02 Aug 1996||Vickie L. Carter
Hudnall was born March 16, 1792 and died August 10, 1852. He was born in either Sumter South Carolina or Northumberland County Virginia. He was married twice. His first wife was Nancy Courtney. Second wife was Jane Elizabeth Hodge, b. March 5, 1803, d. March 25, 1885. She is the wife named in this will.
John McCoy - 1826
(Old Claremont County)
|23 Jan 1998||Dolores Miller Pringle|
James G. SPANN - 1864
of Loundes Co., AL and Sumter, SC
|6 Nov 2001||Carolyn Golowka|
|Edward WOODHAM - 1820||16 Nov 1997||Larry Noah|
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