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Williamsburg County gets First Historical Marker - The State - 27 Feb 1958.pdf
Article detailing the first historical marker in Williamsburg County at Indiantown Presbyterian Church.

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 Orilla Cox Huggins Family.jpg
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,…

Arles Hanna, Walter Eaddy, Pete Hanna, Isle of Palms 1918.jpg
Arles Hanna, Walter Eaddy, Pete Hanna, Isle of Palms 1918. This photo was kept in the Bible of Violet Carter Hanna and shows her husband Arles, his brother Pete, and a friend named Walter Eaddy on a trip to Isle of Palms, SC.

Veda Eaddy.jpg
Hanna cousins on Sunday morning before church, 1945.
Veda Eaddy and Thomas Hanna (hiding by the column).
These photos were taken in front of the house of Jame "Bubba" and Lillian Hanna, who often took their nieces and nephews to church on Sunday at…

Vander with Pete's children.jpg
Hanna cousins on Sunday morning before church, 1945.
Back: Vander Hanna and Marian Hanna. Front: Mary Hanna, Laura Jean Eaddy, Thomas Hanna.
These photos were taken in front of the house of Jame "Bubba" and Lillian Hanna, who often took their…

John J Altman first Postmaster in Vox 1891.jpg
John James Altman is named first Postmaster of Vox on August 25, 1891. He was followed by Eldridge F. Prosser in 1893.

James Carthen Prosser smiles in this portrait.

S.B. Poston - left - with associates in storeroom - circa 1920.jpg
Photo shows Sylvester Briley Poston, businessman and first mayor of Johnsonville, in one of his stores. others have yet to be identified.

Percy Poston - center - holding a can in store - circa 1920.jpg
Percy Poston stands center holding a can in a Broadway store in Johnsonville, circa 1920.

James Coachman Altman family 1907.jpg
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

Vonnie, Joe, and Steve Dukes at Black Mingo Church 1961.jpg
Joe, Vonnie, and Steve Dukes with Cecil Hanna in front of Black Mingo Church, AKA "Old Belin Church", 1961.

Union High School Georgetown County.jpg
Union High School, Graded School, and Teacher's Boarding Home.
Union School was located in Georgetown County at the intersection of Henry Road (512) and County Line Road (513).

Julius and Lillie Belle Altman Family.jpg
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…

Johnsonville Flashes - Florence Morning News - 1973.pdf
Flashes victory over the Bishopville Dragons.

Delance Poston - number 11 - 1952 South Carolina allstar baskeball team.jpg
South Carolina's All-star Basketball team, 1952.
Some pictured are:
Delance Poston (#11 in back row) - Johnsonville
Billy Risen - Bowman
Frank Ellerbe - Latta
David A Neilson - Aiken
Ben Arthur Bridgeman - McColl
Chris Theos - Charleston…

Percy Poston - middle.jpg
Percy Poston (1903-1983), Navy Veteran.

Sarah Woodberry, worked for Mrs. Fairalee Poston - married a Woodberry. She lived at the house in a garage apartment on railroad avenue.jpg
Dolly worked for Fairalee and Percy Poston. She married Willie Woodberry and they had daughters named Betty Jo Wilson and Louise Wilson - both worked at Wellman. Willie and Sarah lived in one of the first homes in Hickory Hill. For a time she lived…
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