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First Row: Larry Taylor, Andy Richardson, Ammondine Taylor, Freddy Brown, ?, Randy Huggins, Nancy Taylor, Jean Furches.
Second Row: Wayne Taylor, Lester Perry, Stafford Perry, Brenda Taylor, Linda Taylor, ?, ?, ?, Linda Marsh, Dorothy…

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Obituary for Henry Edison Eaddy
It is the painful duty of the County Record to chronicle the death of Mr. Henry E. Eaddy, well known as the "Sage of Possum Fork". He died at his home near Johnsonville Friday morning about 2:30 o'clock.

Mr. Eaddy…

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George Samuel Briley Huggins was wounded at the battle of 2nd. Manassess and was crippled. He was a prayerful, christian man, and used to walk the old foot-logs across Muddy Creek Swamp every Sunday to attend Old Johnsonville Church.
George Samuel…

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Brigadier General John Henry Woodbury (1889-1974)

Woodberry was born in Johnsonville on Feb 22, 1889 to Wattie Gamewell Woodberry, Sr. and Rosa Belle Eaddy (first woman mayor in South Carolina history). He was the great-grandson of Henry Eaddy. He…

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John Briley Altman and Ethel Cox Altman. Ethel was the daughter of William James "Uncle Billy" Cox and Sarah Jane Stone Cox. John Briley was the son of was the son of John James Altman, first Postmaster for Vox.

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William James "Billy" Cox Jr (1842–1921) and Sarah Jane Stone Cox (1850–1924) were the founders of Rehobeth Pentecostal Holiness Church.

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This photo was originally contributed to the Johnsonville Library Altman Genealogy and Local History Digital Collections by Noonie Eaddy Stone. Pictured:
Billy and Jean Cox with all of their children in front of house taken in Williamsburg County.…

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December 1977 One of the first female highway patrol officers - Carolyn Mcdaniel Hartfield

Mayor Joe Huggins and council members, Johnsonville Town Council meeting.jpg
L to R: Odell Venters, Bonner "Mac" McClendon, unidentified, Mayor Joseph T. Huggins.

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Elm Street, Johnsonville, SC; Mac McClendon owned and operated the sand pits just outside Johnsonville

Ottis Guinan Huggins,Sr. and O. G. Huggins, Jr. in front of The Little Store, The Mill.jpg
Ottis Sr. and Jim Huggins in front of the "Little Store" in the lumber mill area, circa 1952. Huggins Brothers Lumber Company was by Ottis "Sawman" Huggins Jr. (1922-1985). It was located at Ards Crossroads by the railroad track. Huggins established…

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JHS Class of 1953 senior trip to Washington, DC.
In the 1950 Gold and Black the Class of '53 was listed as:
J.W. Avant, J.W. Coker, Boyd Prosser, Faye Thompson, J. Gold Altman, Don Melton, James Edward Eaddy, Yvonner Leta Hanna, Wilmer Crosby,…

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Anthony Tinkum Skinner (1903-1972) and Pearleen Flowers Skinner (1902-1999) farmed in and around the Johnsonville area.

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Pete Jacobs (1924-2011) and Everlina Skinner Jacobs (b. 1928). Everlina and Pete were the first family to move into the Bluefield community when it was still an old mule road in a field with tobacco barns. In their time they've seen Bluefield thrive,…

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Birth: Aug. 30, 1775
Brookfield, Worcester County, Mass.
Death: Mar. 8, 1867
This is the portrait in Rev Newell's book - Life and Observations of Rev EF Newell. This portrait was painted by WO Bemis, engraved by J Sartain of Philadelphia

He…

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John Morgan Timmons (1800-1863) was the founder of Timmonsville, SC. He was for 45 years pastor of Elim Baptist Church at Effingham, a large landowner, and a businessman. He was a Signer of the Ordinance of Secession on December 20, 1860, and died…

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Elizabeth Timmons Huggins (1839-1883) was the daughter of William James Timmons II (1802-1846) and Elizabeth Eaddy (1808-1898). She married George S. B. Huggins (1831-1915). After her death, Huggins married her younger sister, Emily Timmons
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