Miscellaneous Darlington County, South Carolina Obituaries - 2000
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|EVA H. GALLOWAY
Services for Eva Harding Galloway, 89, were held at 11:15 Sunday, Dec. 31, 2000, at Liberty Hill Baptist Church with the Rev. James E. Beck Jr. and the Rev. Hazel Mixon officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery, directed by Norton Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to Liberty Hill Baptist Church.
Mrs. Galloway, widow of Will Galloway, died Friday, Dec. 29. Born in Darlington County, she was a daughter of the late Fletcher and Ada Rogers Harding. She was a member of Liberty Hill Baptist Church.
Surviving are thee daughters, Mrs. Bonnie Clanton and Mrs. Silveree
Gilbert, both of Hartsville, and Mrs. Ernestleen Matuse of Winnsboro; one
son, Harvey Galloway Sr. of Hartsville; one sister, Louise Flowers of Hartsville;
two brothers, Bennie Harding of Hartsville and Jennings Harding of Darlington;
eight grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.
MARY A. BREWER
Mrs. Brewer died Thursday, Dec. 28, at her home. She was born in Kershaw on March 7, 1931, the daughter of the late Hanna Dixon. She was a member of Antioch Baptist Church and attended Kershaw public schools.
She leaves to cherish her memories one daughter, Elizabeth Wylie of
Queens, N.Y.; one son, Amos Brewer of Long Island, N.Y.; five grandchildren;
seven great-grandchildren and one very special friend and companion, Mr.
ROBERT W. HURSEY
Mr. Hursey died Sunday, Dec. 31, in a Florence hospital. He was born in Darlington County, a son of the late William W. and Lillian Andrews Hursey. He served with the United States National Guard for 21 years. He retired from American Can Company and then founded Sanglo Auto Glass of Florence. Mr. Hursey was of the Baptist faith.
Surviving are his wife, Inez King Hursey of Darlington; two sons, Mark
F. Hursey and Robert T. (Bert) Hursey, both of Darlington. Mr. Hursey was
preceded in death by three brothers, Dr. Andrew H. Hursey, Wilburn W. Hursey
and John Randolph Hursey, and a sister, Margie H. Poston.
Mrs. Campbell died Friday, Dec. 29, in Morrell Convalescent Center after an illness. She was born in Darlington County, a daughter of the late Ernest and Retha Richardson Campbell. She received her education in Darlington County public schools and was a member of Kay Branch Missionary Baptist Church and the Northside Gardner Club.
Surviving are a daughter, Dorothy Campbell Bigard of New Haven, Conn.;
two sons, James Campbell of Hartsville and Robert Campbell of Denver, Colo.;
a brother, Ludwell Campbell of Hartsville; seven grandchildren and four
HENRY LEE CARTER
Mr. Carter died Tuesday, Dec. 26, at his Darlington residence after an illness. He was born on April 21, 1936, in Darlington County, a son of the late Wash and Veda Mae Ford Carter. He received his education in Darlington County public schools. Mr. Carter was united in holy matrimony to the late Maebell Benjamin Carter. He was retired from Clanton Auto Sales. He loved to fish, play cards, and socialize with people. Mr. Carter later in life moved to Brooklyn, N.Y., where he was united with Louise Bennett Carter.
He leaves to cherish his memories six daughters, Nae Dean (William)
Zimmerman, Sylvia (Harry Lee) James of Darlington, Angela (Arthur) Carter,
Charlena (Haskell) Carter, both of Springlake, N.C., Ruby Lee Carter of
Connecticut, and Ann Bennett of Brooklyn, N.Y; four sons, Howard (Angelika)
Benjamin of Frankfort, Germany, Henry (Shirley) Carter Jr. of Jacksonville,
N.C., Terry (Peggy) Carter of Darlington; Donald Carter of San Antonio,
Texas; two sisters, Reatha Mae Jones of Brooklyn, N. Y., Lida Anne Sampson
of Patterson, N.J.; three brothers, Ervin, Leonard and Elijah Carter, all
of Brooklyn, N.Y.; 26 grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren; five brothers-in-law;
seven sisters-in-law; two aunts; two uncles; two special friends, Nathen
Redden and Clarence Tillar; a host of nieces, nephews, other close relative
Mrs. Harris was born in Lee County, a daughter of the late John and Marie Garner Bolden. She was educated in the public schools and worked as a farmer most of her adult life. She was married to the late Offie Harris and to this union eight children were born. She was a member of the Mt. Zion United Methodist Church where she served as the president of the United Methodist Women.
Survivors include her children; seven daughters, Mary Ann Bryant of
Hartsville, Anna Bryant of McBee, Minnie L. Harris, Marie Smith and Annie
Cotman, all of New York, N.Y., Viola Harris and Sylvia Magazine, both of
Bishopville; one son, David Harris of Bethune; 21 grandchildren and 20
CORA G. KING
Mrs. King, widow of Lonnie King, died Friday, Dec. 29. Born in Lee County,
she was a daughter of the late Henry and Rebecca Lyles Gatlin. She was
a member of Savannah Advent Christian Church. Surviving is her daughter,
Louise K. King, of Surfside Beach.
CURTIS W. STONE
Mr. Stone was born in Baxley, Ga., the son of the late G. W. and Margie Sellers Stone. He was married to the late Ada Hogge Stone. Mr. Stone was a retired welder for Norfolk Naval Shipyard. He was a member of Mechanicsville Baptist Church, a Mason, and an avid gardener.
Surviving are his son, Windol (Robbie) Stone of Darlington; two grandchildren, Mrs. Lawrence (Ginger Stone) Holland of Hartsville and Mrs. Kevin (Martha Stone) Sturgeon of Florence; four great-grandchildren, Grayson, Wells, and Reid Sturgeon, and Lewis Holland; and several nieces and nephews.
The family will receive friends at the home of Windol Stone, 1604 Cashua
Ferry Rd., Darlington.
MELLISSA H. MIXON
Surviving are her husband, Billy Mixon of Hartsville; her mother of
Bishopville; one daughter, Miss Jessica Mixon; one son, Jay Mixon, both
of Hartsville; one sister, Kim Cooper of Camden; one half-sister, Britany
Hall of Bishopville and one half brother, Brandon Carroll Hall Jr. of Bishopville.
MARY W. BRITT
Miss Britt was born in Chesterfield County, a daughter of the late Thomas Hampton and Eola Mae Downs Britt. She was a member of St. Pauls United Methodist Church in Florence.
Surviving are seven nieces, Virginia Mae Porter of Norwood, N.C., Mollie Ennis of Salisbury, Md., Jimmie Barnett, Saginaw, Mich., Francis Canter of Harrisburg, N.C., Cathey Grissom of Concord, N.C., Myrtle Bedenbaugh of North Augusta, S.C., and Edith Watkins of Hartsville.
She was preceded in death by three brothers, Ernest, James and Joseph
OLLIE MAE WINBURN
Mrs. Winburn was born on June 30, 1930, in Chesterfield County. She was the daughter of the late Claude Anderson and Pauline Hall Gainey. She had previously worked at Linn-Corriber Mills. She was preceded in death by a son, Ollie Lee Winburn, and her step-father, James M. Gainey.
Survivors include a son, Lonnie Claude Winburn of Kannapolis; a step-son,
Jimmy P. Winburn of Kannapolis, N.C.; a brother, Jimmy Gainey of Kannapolis;
a grandchild, Tammy W. Kardos of Kannapolis; a great-grandchild, Stephen
Kardos of Kannapolis; and brother-in-law, R. B. Hall, also of Kannapolis.
TOM J. McINTOSH
Mr. McIntosh died Thursday, Dec.14, 2000, at Randolph Hospital.
He was a native of Hartsville, a retired Asheboro city manager and had previously been a city manager of Ahoskie and assistant city manager and interim city manager of Hickory. He was a World War II U.S Army veteran, past president of the Golden Kiwanis Club, a former Rotarian, a member of the American Legion and a former Little League football coach. He was founding member of the Randolph County Senior Adult Center, chairman of the Piedmont Triad Council on Aging with the Piedmont Triad Council of Governments and on the board of directors of CASPN Homes. He was a member of the board of directors for the Asheboro/Randolph Chamber of Commerce and was a Sunday School teacher at his church.
Surviving are wife, Marion Roberts McIntosh; three sons, Jim McIntosh of Ramseur, N.C., Julian McIntosh and Bob McIntosh both of Asheboro; daughter, Mary M. Dunn of Asheboro; sister, Olive M. Toy of Atlanta, Ga.; brother; Robert Murray McIntosh of Columbia; and three granddaughters.
Memorials may be made to First United Methodist Church, 224 N. Fayetteville
St., Asheboro, N.C. 27203 or to Randolph Public Library, 210 Worth St.,
Asheboro, N.C. 27203.
PAUL A. WATERS
Mr. Waters was born in Darlington County, a son of the late Ira and Annie Cribb Waters. He was a member of the Living Hope Sunday School Class of Emmanuel Baptist Church, was retired from Sonoco Products Co. after 45 years of service, a member of the Old Timers Club and was a veteran of WWII.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Clara Johnson Waters of Hartsville; three daughters, Mrs. Donna Tolson and Mrs. Betty Byrd both of Hartsville, and Mrs. Vickie Dampier of Columbia; a son, Johnnie Jenkins of Charlotte, N.C.; one brother, Marvin Walters of Society Hill; one sister, Mrs. Mildred Freeman of Johnsonville; four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by a son, Dwayne Waters, and a grandchild,