Susan Eulalie "Lael" Altman (1878-1961), Viola Victoria "Vic" Altman (1870-1966), and Frances Elizabeth "Fan" Altman (1867-1947) were daughters of John James Altman (1846-1905) and Zilphia Ham Stone (1848-1879)
Thomas Franklin Hanna married Nekoda Laharp Altman. Their children were:
James Franklin "Bubba" Hanna 1900–1984
Arles Timmons Hanna 1902–1986
Webster Olee "Pete" Hanna 1904–1967
Lucille Hanna 1908–1970
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.…
Donnis Lentz rides his bike in front of The Cottage Lunch and Gulf, Highway 41 at Broadway. The original Johnsonville United Methodist Church is in the background. This is currently the city park where the Johnsonville Christmas Tree is located. The…
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
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.