Facts for Group #26-pt. #1
items 1 thru 20
(May I take a moment and say that this county is restoring their historic C.H., but they have left all the books stacked in the hallways, no windows in the building, plaster dust, electrical cords every where AND if the contractor sets the building on fire, over two hundred yrs. of original records go up in smoke! They said they had no money to move them out to a warehouse!!) Can you believe this in 2002??????
1)From: Newberry Co., SC, C.H. Grantee Index, refers you to Bk. #112, pg. 121, where we find: “from Daisy Gunn, Nathaniel Suber, Claude Suber, Elizabeth S. Suber, Bennie Suber, Mary Alice WIse, on 2-18-1972, for land on Rt. 4, Newberry Co., SC, title to land of W. C. Suber, intestate, transferred for $5.00 and affections of love TO Lucuille Trent. She was living in Pittsburg, PA at this time. Her siblings were Frances Suber of Newberry Co., SC, Daisy Gunn of Durham, NC, Elizabeth Sartor of Durham, NC, Nathaniel & Bennie Suber of Pittsburg, PA, Claude Suber of NY.
2)From: Grantee Index, Same, pg. 119, refers you to Bk. 112, pg. #92, “for $5.00 and other valuables to her, land on Rt. 4, which she had received from her siblings is transferred to Thomas Brown, etal.
3)From: Newberry Co., SC Marriage Index, no dates, but listed in Bk C, pg. 278 record: is Verda Mae Trent to J. M. Bostick (they will show up in Union Co., SC) on 12-19-1921; listed in Bk G., pg. 74, William C. Suber to Mildred Stone on 6-18- 1934; listed in Bk G, pg. 369, Dora Alice Trent to Furman Sylvester Howard.
4)From: Same, in back, NO Trent’s in Colored Marriages!
5)From: Newberry Co., SC C. H. Estate Index” NO Trent’s listed
6)From: Newberry Co. Library, The Returned Deaths of City of Newberry, SC, has on pg. #195-
baby Trent, M, BLK, 3-13-1939, of atelectasis, Newberry Hospital, born in Whitmire, SC, physician in attendance was Dr. E. G. Able, buried in O’Dell Cemetery, Whitmire, SC, (I need details on this) (Whitmire is appox. 15 north of Newberry)
7)From: Same source, Naturalization Records of Federal Courts of SC, 1790-1906, M#1183, on pg. 133, has-
John P. TRENK (Trent?) , 40 yrs. old, from Fulde, Germany to Charleston, SC, no occup. given, arrived in port on 10-11-1918.
8)From: Same source, on pg. 166, John TRENK (Trent?) F94, ONCGS, I need to find this quarterly of the Old Newberry District Chapter of the SC Genealogy Society! Check this dude out!
9)From: Same source, Newberry City Directory, 1969, pg. 183, Mrs. Frances W. Suber, retired, Giff St. Newberry. There were other Suber’s!
10)From: Same source, Newberry City Directory, 1948, pg. 213 has:
- Tommy Trent, employed Fellers Mfg. Co., Newberry, lives at 1401 Friend St.(This location is in next block beyond the County Library. It is an empty lot now)! pg. 326, 352, 366-Willie Suber, pg. 320- Rt. 2, Mrs. Esther Trent & Grady Trent! (they will appear later)
11)From: Same source, Newberry City Directory, 1932, 1937, 1940, has:
William & Mildred Suber at various locations or Rt. 1, Rt. 2, Rt. 4, Fair Ave, Coates St., and Pomaria, SC.
12)From: Same source, Newberry City Directory, 1960, pg. 30- for Whitmire section of county, has John Trent, residence at 520 Sims St.
13)From: Same source, Newberry Co., SC Cemetery Survey, Vol. #2, for Whitmire Cemetery, has on pg. 123:
Hattie B. Trent-(b.5-22-1873)(d.4-16-1948) and Pless Trent-(b.10-11-1865)(d.3-4-1930); on pg. 81, William C. Suber (WWII) (b.9-12-1912) (d.12-20-1968) and Mildred Stone Suber (b.8-14-1915)(d.11-18-1945); on pg. #12, Verdia May(Mae) Trent Bostic, (note there is no “K” in this spelling, others in the county used the “K”; pg. 12, James M. Bostic, (b.11-25-1900)(d.7-27-1966); pg. 12, Edna Bostic, w/o J. M. Bostic, (b.6-13-1893) (d.6-22-1966); (there are a number of other Bostic’s in this section, but no referrences to who was husband of Verdia Mae!!
14)From: Same source, SC Marriage of 1800-1820, on pg. 21, we have Richard L. Champion & Mrs. M. E. Trent, on 12-13-1810, reported in the “Kershaw Diary” (this is a difference referrence to previous information from Camden, SC) (?)
15)From: Same source, A History & Genealogy of Hans Ulric Schlerich of Wiesloch, Germany and SC, Vol. #1, 1988, by Yancy J. Dickert, Midlands, MI.
-on pg. 68, William Marion Sligh, son of James Edward Sligh & Louisa Johnson, md. 1st. Mae Ellen Balden, md. 2nd. Bessie Bell Tugwell, had #10-Jack Elton Sligh (b.12-28-1923)(AR), md. 1st. Thalia Roodes(b.1-28-1926)(AR)-they divorced-she was daug. of Homer & Iva Rhodes: He md. 2nd. Billye June Trent, (b.6-9-1930)(d.2-23-1986)(AR), she was daug. of Thomas Jefferson Trent & Dora Brewer, she is buried in Rockport Cem., Malvern, AR, they were md. 11-21-1951 in Mena, AR, had no children; Children by 1st wife were (1)William Larry Sligh(b.5-26-1944)(d.2-26-1945), buried Friendship Cemetery, McCaskill, AR. Jack’s mother was Bessie Bell (Tugwell) Sligh.
16)From: Same source, Our Monts Family, A History of John Casper Monts of SC, by Wm. Howard & Jo Turner Wright of Tupelo, MS, no date, 1100 pages, indexed and on pg. #443, we have:
-Clyde Earl Ward (Sr.) & Mary Gladys Allen, md. 10-6-1939, she was daug. of Robert Caldwell Allen & Leila Mae Craps, she was also a cousin to Clyde Edward Ward (Sr.); she lived in Columbia, SC; he lived in Jacksonville, FL; they had three children-(1)Catherine Marie Ward, (2)Linda Mae Ward, (3)Clyde Edward Ward (Jr.)! This is a very confusing lineage book, but I think Mary Glady Allen’s brother was a Charles Emory Allen (Sr.) (b.8-27-1926) md. 10-25-1948 to Wanda Lee TRENT of Miami, FL. Wanda Lee TRENT was (b.5-14-1932), her father was John Carl Trent of FL, no mother listed, they had three children:(1)Charles Emory Allen (Jr.), (2)Janet Patricia Allen, (3)Judy Lee Allen!
17)From: Same source, The Descendants of Henry Dominick (Sr.), Vol.#1, by Boyd Wm. Bedenbaugh, no date, but on pg. #297 we have:
-under family of Ivy Benjamin Stockman (Sr.), H-329, Andrew Wesly Stockman descended from Ivy B., Andrew C., Mary Dominick Stockman, Henry Dominick Jr., Henry Dominick Sr.; was born 5-13-1900, died 10-6-1948, parents were Ivy B. Stockman (Sr.) & Annie Elizabeth Tharpe, both are buried at Rehoboth Methodist Church, Greenwood Co., SC; they had two children of (1)Roy McMillian Stockman (b.2-9-1924) md. Glenn Faye McKinney- their children were-Roy Michael Stockman, Andrew Glenn Stockman, Mary Anne Stockman; (2)Andrew Carwyle Stockman (b.8-25-1925) md. Roxlene Elizabeth TRENT (b.10-31-1930), her parents were Roy L.(arkin) Trent & Elizabeth Maxwell Trent. He is buried in Greenville, SC! He’s in a previous recent post! This gives his wife’s name! Their children were-Andrew Carl Stockman(Sr.), Hal Sloan Stockman, Roy Trent Stockman, Stanley Thomas Stockman.
Andrew Wesley had a brother named Stephen Watson Stockman, (b.1902)(d.6-7-1975), md. Milbre Lucille Coleman of Greenwood Co., SC, both are buried at Rehoboth Methodist Church.
18)From: Same source, “The Grandparents”, by Amelia C. Gilreath, Nokesville, VA, 9-2000, DAR Chairman and has:
on pg. #478, for 8-23-1833, Shenandoah Co., VA, Deed MM, pg. 415, on a Nicholas Nagle & Elizabeth, his wife, a mention of a Joseph Treet (wonder if its supposed to be TRENT?)
19)From: Same source, Descendants of William & Richard Capers and Related Families, by Dorothy K. McDowell, -has a good map of the plantations along the Cooper River north of Charleston, SC in 1846, has on pg. 16, #C-145-
-Ellison Howe Capers, named by his father Bishop William T. Capers for two other Bishops of the Episcopal Church of SC. He md. Margaret Baylor Van Meter. She was (b.5-19-1894) in Lexington, KY, the dau. of Solomon Lee Van Meter & Evelyn TRENT Swoope of Staunton, VA-she was the granddaug. of Solomon Van Meter & Martha Prewitt Van Meter AND the granddaug. of George Washington Swoope (Jr.) & Margaret Baylor! (I have all these in my document). The Van Meter line goes back to the founding of Augusta Co., VA in 1730 by John LEWIS of Ireland!
20)From: Same source, Addington, A directory of Henry & Sarah Addington of Union Co., SC, by Mary Jane Edwards, Heritage Books, Bowie, MD and has:
-on pg. 402, an entry for Kenneth B. TRENT, md. Thelma Lorene Lindsey(b.1930). I have been unable to so far trace this one, he will take me some time! Probably need to explore the Newberry Herald & News and The Observer newspapers, if they have indexes. I also know there is an Addington newsletter but no idea of how to get its information!
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