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The ancestors who called this part of the Pee Dee home.

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Marion Todd and Fleety Altman Todd
Marion Cornelius Todd (1910-1982) and Fleety Altman Todd (1911-1999).
Fleety was the daughter of Charles Haskel "Charlie" Altman (1884–1939), and Mary Elizabeth "Lizzie" Matthews (1889–1979). Marion was the son of Marion Sylvester Todd…

Bob Eaddy and John James Altman
Image shows Bob Eaddy and John James Altman, first Postmaster of Vox, with horses.

Olin and Eulalie Stone with children
Standing L to R: ???, Lamar, Marvin, ???, Effie Mae, Fannie, Son, Annie Lou, Marion Eulalie Stone McDaniel. Seated L to R: Olin Bascom Stone, Susan Eulalie Altman Stone, Evelyn.

Reverend James Powell
Reverend James Napoleon Powell (1888-1969) served as the first pastor for New Home Free Will Baptist Church in Possum Fork

Members of New Hope FWB Church
Members of New Hope Free Will Baptist Church in Possum Fork. Pictured are Nellie Ruth Miles, Katie Hughes, Alfred E. Miles (pastor), Archie Powell, Blondell Stone, Earline Powell, and Elsie Powell

Evelyn Willis and Caroline Lovett
Back of photo reads "This is a snap shot of Caroline (the other twin) and me - it was made about 4 years ago, but still looks just like us."

Reverend James Ruet Gilland
James Ruet Gilland (1810-1877) was a minister of Indiantown Church from 1858-1867. He was born on a farm near Greencastle, PA. He graduated from Jefferson College in 1836 but his failing health led him south, where he taught high school at Statesburg…

A Group of Community leaders in Hemingway, SC at the A & J Restaurant in Hemingway.
Left Front to Back: 1 Mrs A.W. Ragsdale, Mrs Z.H. McDaniel, Mrs. June Huggins, Mrs. Harry Anderson, Mrs. Merritt E. Morris, Mrs. Thea Lewis, unknown, Mrs. Inez…

Arthur Wellman welcomes first foreign shipment of Wool, 1954
Officials observe the first of regular imports of foreign wool in North Charleston, imported for the new Wellman Combing Company in Johnsonville.
L to R: J. J. Lamb with Palmetto Shipping, W. H. Robinson, V.P and manager, Arthur O. Wellman, and L.…

Mr. Fiver, Dr. J. G. Ulmer, O.G. Huggins, 1929
Dr. John Gordon Ulmer, Sr. (1899-1974) was born in Brunson. He was a son of Captain Henry Martin Ulmer and Janie Free Ulmer. He was married to Ruth Harmon.
Dr. Ulmer graduated as valedictorian of his high school and graduated from The College of…

Mary Scott Legette Weaver
Portrait of Mary Scott Legette Weaver (1873-1961) with children, Janie & George Legette. Mary was a Native American born in the Pee Dee who passed away in Hemingway in 1961 at the age of 89.
This story of her life was posted by Rebecca Whiting on…

John and O'Rella Cox Huggins Family
This photo was taken at the home of John Samuel Huggins near Johnsonville, SC. The home later belonged to a son, Tonlis Huggins. He was the only child who remained in the area to farm.
Front L to R: Vera Lou Miller (baby), John Samuel Huggins,…

James Carthen Prosser
James Carthen Prosser smiles in this portrait.

John Coachman and Lula Venters Altman family, 1907
John Coachman Altman's family was living in Johnsonville by 1900 according to census records.
Pictured L to R: Charlie, Annie, Fannie, Monnie, Meddie, Lula holding Hollie, James, Irby.
Sitting: Fred, Shellie, Rollie, Leroy

Julius and Lillie Belle Altman Family
1st Row L to R: Julia Altman, Julius Spiers Altman, Lillie Bell Altman, Bink Altman Griffiths
2nd row: Lena Altman Clemmer, Bongie Altman McCutheon, Willie Altman Swenson
3rd row: Franklin Altman, Sweeney Lee Altman, Mayo ALtman
4th row: Thurman…

JHS Junior Class, 1949
Maisie Poston Ballou is standing to the left. This photo is taken in front of the old Johnsonville High School, now the District Office for District 5.

Charlie Prosser, C.O. Powell, Pete Hanna, Delmus Abrams, log cabin 1934
The Log Cabin, AKA the canteen or the cannery from Johnsonville High School. Constructed in 1934 by Charlie Prosser, C.O. Powell, Pete Hanna, Delmus Abrams.
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