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NEWSPAPER EXCERPTS
1912



The Dillon Herald, January 4, 1912

We regret very much to learn about the death of Mr. Mack Lester's wife, which occurred Sunday and our deepest sympathy goes out to the family.

The Dillon Herald, January 4, 1912

Mr. Jim Arch McEachern and Mrs. J. B. McEachern were untied in matrimony last Thursday.

The Dillon Herald, January 4, 1912

Frank Niersee, superintendent of the Dillon Oil Mill was shot by Joe Hagins, a mill worker.  He was not fatally wounded.

The Dillon Herald, January 4, 1912

Deaths published in the January 4th issue - transcriptions available by email <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

Mrs. Nye Herring
Mrs. J. Monroe Spears
Carson Tolar

The Dillon Herald, January 11, 1912

Lettie Bryant applied for administrator for the estate of Joseph Bryant.

J. D. Manning
applied for administrator for the estate of Bunk McNeil

The Dillon Herald, January 11, 1912

Final discharge  by John Hursey, administrator for the estate of Sidney Hursey

The Dillon Herald, January 11, 1912

Deaths published in the January 11th issue - transcriptions available by email <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

Mary E. Butler
D. S. Edwards
James McQueen

The Dillon Herald, January 11, 1912

The marriage of R P. Jackson and Blanche Jackson on Sunday.  The bride is the daughter of Mr. Thomas Jackson and the groom is the son of Mr. Levi Jackson. (R.P. Jackson was really Rhett P. Dove.  True, he was the son of Levi Jackson but when Levi and Martha Dove were married all of her children, by him, chose to retain the maiden name of their mother, Dove - source - David Jackson - Jackson researcher)

The Dillon Herald, January 11, 1912

Hosey Strickland, a young white man about 21 years of age was found on the North and South Carolina Railroad track. Death was ruled a suicide by the corners jury.  He was a native of Horry County and employed at the Maple Mill.

The Dillon Herald, January 18, 1912

Deaths published in the January 18th issue - transcriptions available by email <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

Magnolia Norton Bethea
R. D. Medlin

The Dillon Herald, January 18, 1912

Dr. Taylor Lewis left Monday afternoon for Donald, where he goes to claim his bride, Miss Emma Rasor.  They will make their home at Americus, Ga.

The Dillon Herald, January 18, 1912

Mr. R. D. Medlin, better known as "Bob" Medlin, died at his home in Gainesville, Fla., on New year's day.  Mr. Medlin was a native of Clio, being a member of the Medlin family of that place.  He moved to Florida 14 years ago to engage in the saw mill business and was one of the largest lumber manufacturers of the South.  He was identified with other interest in Florida and had accumulated a large fortune.  He was buried at Gainsville.

The Dillon Herald, January 18, 1912

Marriages:

D. M Suggs and Lizzie Hyatt, Sunday.  They were married by Squire McRae.

Liston Jackson and Mary Cecil Green. The date of marriage was not given.  The bride is of Mobile, Alabama. The groom is the son of Mr. S. W. Jackson and a member of the Bar at Birmingham, Alabama.  He is a graduate of Columbia University

Charles Ellis Bethea and Mary Belle Manning on January 11, 1912.  The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Manning.  The groom is the son of Ellis Bethea of Latta.  Note:  Mary Belle Manning Bethea was the author of the "Ancestral Key of the Pee Dee"

The Dillon Herald, January 25, 1912

Marriages:

Willie C. Smith and Lela McPhall on January 17th.  They were married at Oakland Church, Little Rock, SC. by Rev. Marion Dargain.

Boyd Lane and Clyde Lester on January 17th. Married at the parsonage of Little Rock by Rev. Marion Dargain

The Dillon Herald, January 25, 1912

Deaths published in the January 25th issue - transcriptions available by email <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

Daniel Alford
Mrs. A. G. Person

The Dillon Herald, January 25, 1912

Mr. Isaac Spivey, 93 years old, who lives on the state line 6 miles east of Gaddys Mill was in town visiting his two sons, Messrs. Isaac Spivey, Jr. and W. E. Spivey.  Mr. Spivey attributed his longevity to his temporate habits and plenty of hard work. He states he had never taken a drink of whiskey or smoked or chewed tobacco or used an oath.  He once split 704 rails in a single day in a rail-splitting contest, a record that remains unbeaten.

The Dillon Herald, January 25, 1912

Representative Bethea has introduced a bill providing for the appointment of four rural policemen for Dillon County.  The salary of the policemen is fixed at $1,000. each per annum.  The policemen will be required to furnish and feed their own horses. Marlboro has three rural policemen and last year they turned in fines to the amount of $7.000. It is likely that Representative Bethea's bill will pass.

The Dillon Herald, February 1, 1912

Mr. T. W. Bethea is all smiles - it.s a girl.

The Dillon Herald, February 1, 1912

Mr. F. M. Huggins is the proud father of a bouncing boy.  The little stranger arrived Friday.

The Dillon Herald, February 1, 1912

Mr. J. C. Hyatt was in Dillon Saturday after having been confined to his bed for three months with blood poisoning.  Mr. Hyatt was manager of the Little Rock ginnery and that is where he contracted the case of blood poisoning.

The Dillon Herald, February 8, 1912

Robesonian - The 3 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Cassius Willis, of Ten Mile, was drowned in a ditch yesterday afternoon.

The Dillon Herald, February 8, 1912

Latta Observer - Mrs. J. J. Tolar went to Augusta, Ga, Sunday night and returned Monday night, bringing with her, her brother's little child, a baby of only a few months.  Her brother's wife was shot and instantly killed by a drunk man during the Christmas holidays in Montgomery, Ala.  Mrs. Tolar will care for the motherless little child.

The Dillon Herald, February 15, 1912

Marriages:  Nye Herring and Malindy Morris were married on the 27th of January.  Mr. Herring was first married to a daughter of the late A. B. Surles.  (She died January 4)

M. A. Bloomberg and Minnie Blum married Monday in Charleston at the Jewish Synagod.  The bride is a sister of brothers: I, Morris and Max Blum.

Zeedan Saleeby and Habibe N. Smaha (Samaha) on Monday.  Mr. Saleeby is a brother of  Charlie Saleeby

The Dillon Herald, February 15, 1912

Death of Celia Bullock. Transcription available by email at <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

The Dillon Herald, February 22, 1912

Deaths published in the February 22nd issue.  Transcription available by email at <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

Alice Braddy
Fred Witcover

The Dillon Herald, February 22, 1912

Dr. C. Henslee received a telegram announcing the death of his father in Ohio.

The Dillon Herald, February 22, 1912

Marriages:

Andrew Woodward Smith and Rosa Lee Brown were married February 11th at the home of Mr. L. G. Miller. On account of the snow storm the preacher could not come and so the couple had to go to Mr. Miller's to have the knot tied.

Richard Cleaveland Atkinson and Sarah Fleetwood Carmichael were married at the Presbyterian Manse Wednesday, February 14th by Dr. A. G. Buckner.  The grooms family now live in Fork and the bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Carmichael of Dillon County.  The couple will live in North Carolina.

The Dillon Herald, February 29, 1912

Kemper McKellar and Lottie Dew were married last Tuesday.  The bride is from Conway.

The Dillon Herald, February 29, 1912

W. E. Johnson was shot and killed Friday at the Hamer Mills

The Dillon Herald, March 7, 1912

Fork -  Mrs. Gaddy died last Saturday after a long illness, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. M. M. Brigman.

The Dillon Herald, March 7, 1912

Deaths published in the March 7th issue - transcriptions available by email <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

J. F. Alford
Annie Meekins

The Dillon Herald, March 14, 1912

Deaths published in the March 14th issue - transcriptions available by email <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

Kit Tolar
George W. Elvington

The Dillon Herald, March 14, 1912

Charlie Jackson and Nomia Johnston were married the first Sunday of March. (March 3, 1912)

The Dillon Herald, March 21, 1912

Deaths published in the March 21st issue - transcriptions available by email <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

H. G. Godbolt, CSA Veteran
Mitchell Hayes

The Dillon Herald, March 21, 1912

Harry A. Blackwell and Nora Graham were married on March 5, 1912.

The Dillon Herald, March 28, 1912

Deaths published in the March 28st issue - transcriptions available by email <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

Monroe Miller
Andrew Rising

The Dillon Herald, March 28, 1912

Dr. and Mrs. J. H. David announce the engagement of their daughter, Nina Rebecca to Harry Edminson of Columbia, Tennessee. The wedding will take place April 24 at the First Baptist Church in Dillon. Mr. Edminson is a civil engineer in the employ of the N & C. S railroad.

The Dillon Herald, March 28, 1912

Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Stackhouse have issued invitations to the marriage of their daughter, Sadie May to Luther McKay Hawkins. The wedding is to take place in Columbia  on April 11th.

The Dillon Herald, March 28, 1912

M. S. McDonald was acquitted in the murder of Jule B. Hamer.

The Dillon Herald, April 4, 1912

Deaths published in the April 4th or April 11th issue (the pages on the microfilm were mixed in together) - transcriptions available by email <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

Clinton Blue
Aby Curry
Alexander Edens
W. D. Roper

The Dillon Herald, April 11, 1912

Marriages:

Mr. Frank McDaniel and Miss Pennie Culbreth were happily wedded Sunday, the 7th of April.

Miss Sadie Delphina Hamer of Little Rock and Dr. Jacob Rhodes Rogers of Dillon were married Thursday afternoon, April 4th, at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. W. Holmes Hardin of Chester.  The brides attendants were her sisters, Misses Maud and Norma Hamer of Little Rock. The bride's little niece Miss Sadie McCall Hamer of Bennettsville was the ring bearer.  The bride entered with her brother, William D. Hamer.  The best man was J. D. Manning.

Elliott Huggins and Ethel Dove were married Sunday.

The Dillon Herald, April 18, 1912

Mullins - April 15 - The pet dog belonging to L. L. Rogers, a whole-sale merchant of Mullins, went mad last Friday and bit several persons, among them the little of of Asa Perritt and the little son, of Dr. Jessie Bullock, both of whom are now in the hospital in Columbia taking the Pasteur treatment.

The Dillon Herald, April 18, 1912

Deaths published in the April 18th issue - transcriptions available by email <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

Geo. W. Elvington
Mrs. Michael J. Fenegan
D. D. McDonald
Nancy C. Sanderson

The Dillon Herald, April 18, 1912

Vernon Parham and Annie Pierce were quietly married at the Bingham parsonage Sunday afternoon by Rev. J. I. Spinks. The groom is the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Parham of Mallory and the bride, 19,  is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Pierce of Mallory.

The Dillon Herald, April 25, 1912

I posted several articles written by W. A. Galloway under Dillon Herald Articles. In the April 25th issue there is an article reporting his suicide in Savannah.  In the May 2, 1912 issue an article reporting he is not dead and that the "pistol wound inflicted with suicidal intent has not proved fatal." He recovered according to later reports.

The Dillon Herald, April 25, 1912

Nina David, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. H. David became the bride of  Harry Edminston Dixon of Nashville Tennessee, April 24th.

The Dillon Herald, May 2, 1912

Death of David M. Carmichael - transcription available by emailing <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

The Dillon Herald, May 9, 1912

J. Burney Smith and Annie May Lamb were married in a quiet affair with only a few immediate relatives from each family present.

The Dillon Herald, May 16, 1912

Death of Thomas Atkinson - transcription available by emailing <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

The Dillon Herald, May 16, 1912

Fork was the scene of a brutal crime." Flagler McInnis, in jealous rage murdered Laura Mason and is himself killed by the outraged girl's father ."  The double tragedy occurred at a tenant house, the home of the Masons, on the plantation of Mr. S. A. Owens, two miles east of Fork.

The Dillon Herald, May 16, 1912

Capt. S. Legare Bethea, who was married in Norfolk last week, arrived in Dillon Monday with his bride and is spending the week at the home of his brother, Mr. W. T. Bethea.

The Dillon Herald, May 23, 1912

Death of Minnie Halper - transcription available by emailing <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

The Dillon Herald, May 23, 1912

The marriage of Willie Grantham and Bertha Huggins married at Pleasant Hill on May 5, 1912

The Dillon Herald, May 23, 1912

Discharge notice for the estate of Harriet Love by G. H. Love, Administrator.

The Dillon Herald,  May 23, 1912

Notice by J. F. James that he has purchased the Laundry of Charlie Chin on Railroad Avenue.

The Dillon Herald, May 30, 1912

Deaths published in the May 30th issue  - transcription available by emailing <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

Simon Dockery
Lydia Furgerson

The Dillon Herald, June 6, 1912

Deaths published in the June 6th issue  - transcription available by emailing <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

Lydia Furgerson
W. W. Hamilton, CSA Veteran

The Dillon Herald, June 6, 1912

Final Notice for the estate of Hariett Love, G. H. Love - administrator

The Dillon Herald, June 6, 1912

Convict crushed Under Falling Tree - Joe Hagins, who was serving a sentence of 10 years on the county chain gang for shooting Supt. Frank Niernsee of the Dillon Oil Mill was killed instantly by a falling tree Tuesday morning.  ( See June 13)

The Dillon Herald, June 6, 1912

Cards have been received in Dillon announcing the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. B. Harrison on May 31st. Mr. Harrison was formerly in the employ of the Dillon Cotton Mills.

The Dillon Herald, June 13, 1912

The death of the son of A. K. McLellan  - transcription available by emailing <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

The Dillon Herald, June 13, 1912

The Herald was in error is sating last week that Joe Hagins was filled by a falling tree and his back broken.  He was slightly injured and was able to resume work on the gang in a few days.

The Dillon Herald, June 20, 1912

Deaths published in the June 20th issue  - transcription available by emailing <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

Carrie Elvington
Jackson Deas

The Dillon Herald, June 20, 1912

Jack and Reuben Moody and Ben Badger, three Dillon boys who graduated with honors at Wofford last week, are at home again, much to the delight of their many friends.

The Dillon Herald, June 27, 1912

The death of the son of A. K. McLellan  - transcription available by emailing <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

The Dillon Herald, June 27, 1912

Robert, the 9-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Hodges had his hip broken by a kick from a cow Monday afternoon.

The Dillon Herald, July 18, 1912

William Linkhaw, 12, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Linkhaw and Harold Jones, 10, son of Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Jones, Jr. were drowned in the Lumber River  July 17.

The Dillon Herald, July 18, 1912

The marriage of Howard Monroe and Elizabeth Berry on July 11, 1912 in Marion.  The bride is the daughter of Mr. land Mrs. Dennie Berry and the Groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Monroe.

The Dillon Herald,  July 18, 1912

The death of  Owen Jackson  - transcription available by emailing <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

The Dillon Herald, July 25, 1912

Neil McInnis, Jr. shoots Jas. A. Galloway over an altercation over the digging of a ditch.

The Dillon Herald, July 25, 1912

Deaths posted in the July 25th issue - transcription available by emailing <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

Sara Manning Bethea
Carolina Rebecca Haselden
Lucille Mullins

The Dillon Herald, August 1, 1912

The death of N. H. Stafford - transcription available by emailing <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

The Dillon Herald, August 1, 1912

William Cooper, member of a wrecking crew was killed Friday afternoon while clearing the track of several box cars that had derailed on the curve one mile north of Dillon.

The Dillon Herald,  August 8, 1912

Marriages:

James Hamer and Helen David, Wednesday afternoon, in Latta by the Notary Public Ellis Bethea. The marriage was quite a surprise to their friends and relatives as the young couple had given no intimation of their intentions. Mr. Hamer and Miss David went down to Latta late Wednesday afternoon in Mr. Hamer's touring car and after the ceremony they drove over to Little Rock and spent the night with the groom's uncle, Mr. Jas. W Hamer.

Robert C. H. Berry and Lola Persis Easterling on August 5, 1912. The bride is from Bennettsville and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Berry.

Otis Moore Page and Emily Frances Dantzler were married August 1, 1912, in Orangeburg, S.C.  The bride is a popular teacher  in the Dillon schools.

At the Methodist parsonage at Little Rock, August 1, 1912, Mr. S. D. Lane of Little Rock and Miss Bessie McMillan of Mullins were married by Rev. Marion Dargan


The Dillon Herald, August 8, 1912

Deaths posted in the August 8th issue - transcriptions available by emailing <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

Dr. Robert A. Berry
Polly Jones
Ida Barfield

The Dillon Herald, August 15, 1912

L. R. Partlow and Mary H. Barnes were married Saturday in Hot Springs, Arkansas

The Dillon Herald, August 15, 1912

The annual reunion for the descendants of Daniel H. and Hannah Coleman met on Thursday, August 8 at the home of Mr. Jno. D Coleman.

The Dillon Herald, August 22, 1912

Deaths posted in the August 22nd issue - transcriptions available by emailing <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

Arthur Burroughs
Mary Grace West

The Dillon Herald, August 22, 1912

Announcement of the future marriage of Fitzhugh Lee Bethea and Bonnie Keen  on August 28, 1912.  The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Nancy Keen Brown.

The Dillon Herald, August 22, 1912

Mary Hamilton and Frederick C. Todd were married in Conway on August 20th. Mary is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Hamilton.

The Dillon Herald, August 22, 1912

J. J. Guill and Rosa Bray were married last Thursday in Little Rock.

The Dillon Herald, September 5, 1912

Deaths posted in the September 5th issue - transcriptions available by emailing <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

Arthur Brigman
Judge R. A. Brunson
Robert P. Hamer
Lizzie Herring

The Dillon Herald, September 5, 1912

Card of thanks for the condolences in the death of A. P. Brigman. signed by. J. M. Brigman, C. I. Brigman, L. G. Brigman and A. L. Brigman

The Dillon Herald, September 5, 1912

Mr. Reuben Moody leaves in a few day for Cokesbury, where he will teach in the Cokesbury Conference School.

The Dillon Herald, September 12, 1912

In this issue there are several articles and pictures.  The list follows. 

Articles:

E. T. Elliott Stables with picture
Little Rock, On of the Brightest Jewels in Dillon County's Crown
M. S. Britt's Store with picture of store and  his residence
Dillon Plumbing Company
The Mobley Company with picture
Hargrove Hall
W. C. Bracey Furniture Store
Commercial Hotel  with picture
L. E. Edwards, Dealer in Horses, Mules, Buggies, Wagons and Harnesses with picture
Dillon Wholesale Grocery with picture
Dillon Marble Works with picture
Southern Cotton Oil Co., W. E. Caldwell, manager with picture
McLaurin Drug Store with picture
J. S. Thompson
Little Rock Hardware with picture
Little Rock Drug Company with picture
The Land of Opportunity, Dillon, A County of Handsome Homes
Smith Turner Grocery Company with picture
Williams Motor Company with picture
Vaughn Furniture Company
G. F. Courie Grocery with picture
R. B. Taylor, Barns and Vehicles with picture
C. C. Bruce, County Auditor
S. V. Lane, Sheriff of Dillon County with picture
John C. Bethea, Clerk of Court
Dillon Cotton Mill with picture
A. B. Jordan, Master in Equity and Editor
C. A. Roach with picture
I. Blum Company with  picture
Evans Pharmacy with picture
The Stubbs Company  with picture
The Peoples Bank
Dr. J. H. David with picture
N. B. Hargrove
J. W. Dillon and son,
T. A. Dillon, Esq.  with pictures
The Bank of Dillon with picture
Bell and Jordan with picture
G. D. Barlow  and picture of residence
Charlie Saleeby  with picture
J. P. and J. H. McLaurin, Agents for the Rambler with picture of the Rambler
The Bank of Dillon with picture
E. L. Moore with pictures of store and residence*
Palmetto Hardware with picture*
Pee Dee Drug Store with picture*
Morris Fass Store with picture *
Constantine Mujais - Heavy and Fancy Groceries, Confections, Cigars and Tobacco - The Fancy Work Shop, R. G. Saleeby, owner*
*The page these articles were on was in with the September 19th issue on the microfilm.

Pictures:

Dillon High School
Methodist Church
The Home of the Dillon Herald
Residence of Mrs. Hattie David
Residence of Dr. Wade Stackhouse
Public School House
The Price Court Inn (burned last March)
Residence of W. T. Bethea Esq.
Residence of T. S. Richbourg
Saleeby Block of Main Street

The Dillon Herald, September 12, 1912

Marriages:

Theodore Bradly DuBose and Agnes Leona Sellers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Sellers, were married Thursday.

James Spears and Lily Fair were married in Cokesbury Saturday
.

The Dillon Herald, September 19, 1912

The body of Augustus Fisher found in the Pee Dee River

The Dillon Herald, September 19, 1912

R. S. David found not guilty for the murder of Sidney H. Hursey

The Dillon Herald, September 19, 1912

List of voters in the Democratic Primary - August 27, 1912

The Dillon Herald, September 19, 1912

Luther McLucas shoots and seriously injures W. G. Hyatt.  He also wounds Hyatt's son, Dave.

The Dillon Herald, September 26, 1912

Deaths posted in the September 26th issue (page mixed in with the October 3rd issue) - transcriptions available by emailing <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

McL. Alford
Sidney H. Moody

The Dillon Herald, October 3, 1912

Deaths posted in the October 3rd issue - transcriptions available by emailing <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

Will S. Cobb
W. G. Hyatt
Enos Tart

The Dillon Herald, October 3, 1912

"Latta Observer - There was born a child in Latta last week that has no doubt more living parents than any other child in Dillon county or a least more than any we know of not only in the county but the state.  The child mentioned is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Parham born last week.  It has two parents, four grandparents and four great grandparents, all living and in good heath. We fail to recall another child among our acquaintances who has as many living parents."

The Dillon Herald, October 10, 1912

Mr. and Mrs.  Robert H. Murphy of Jesup, GA, announce the engagement of their daughter, Minnie Louise to Capt. Edward Harlee Carmichael to take place November 20th in  Jesup.

The Dillon Herald, October 10, 1912

Marriages:

James A. Hutchins and Essie Guill were married last Thursday at the Methodist parsonage by Rev. A. N. Brunson.  The bride is a daughter of Mrs. W. B. Guill.  The groom is a native of North Carolina and has been in the employ of the Herald as a linotype operator.

Frank Sanderson and Martha J. Collins were married at the home of the groom Sunday afternoon by Rev. H. A. Willis. Mr. Sanderson is secretary of the Dillon County Farmer's Union and is employed by the Dillon Storage Co.

The Dillon Herald, October 10, 1912

Deaths posted in the October 10th issue - transcriptions available by emailing <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

S. M. Biggs Parham
Neill J. Stanton * (see October 25 entry)

The Dillon Herald, October 17, 1912

Death of Mrs. S. R. Roberts - transcription available by emailing <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

The Dillon Herald, October 17, 1912

Mr. T. L. Bass, a prominent farmer of Dillon, has purchased Mr. S. M. Jones' Henry plantation, consisting of 470 acres situate near Old Purity church.  The price was understood to be sixty dollars an acre.

The Dillon Herald, October 17, 1912

J. F. Hartley and Miss Berry were married October 9, 1912. Miss Berry (first name not given) is the daughter of S. W. Berry of Kirby.

The Dillon Herald, October 17, 1912

Joseph Dale (Dail) and Eula Moody were married Monday.  The wedding took place at the home of the bride, Mr. Richard J. Moody.  Mr. Dale (Dail) was a native of Kinston, NC.

The Dillon Herald, October 24, 1912

R. P. Sloan and Maude McDonald were married last Sunday.  The bride is the daughter of Mrs. D. D. McDonald.

The Dillon Herald, October 24, 1912

In mentioning the death of Mr. C. H. Stanton week before last, the Herald gave Mr. Stanton's name as "Neill J." when it should have been "Cornelius H."  The error was due to the fact that Mr. Stanton has always been known as "Neill" and the Herald used the abbreviated name as an easier means of identification.

The Dillon Herald, October 31, 1912

Deaths posted in the October 31st issue - transcriptions available by emailing <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

Lawrence Bethea
Mrs. F. O. S. Curtis

The Dillon Herald, November 7, 1912

Deaths posted in the November 7th issue - transcriptions available by emailing <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

Levi Ivey
N. C. McDuffie

The Dillon Herald, November 7, 1912

J. C. Bennett and Maggie McLaurin were married October 20, 1912. Both of the Carolina Community

The Dillon Herald, November 14, 1912

G. D. Bell and Addie Hamilton were married November 6, 1912. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Hamilton.  The groom is from Kinston, NC.

The Dillon Herald, November 14, 1912

Deaths posted in the November 14th issue - transcriptions available by emailing <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

Miles McInnis
W. S. Nelson
L. B. Rogers

The Dillon Herald, November 21, 1912

Deaths posted in the November 21st issue - transcriptions available by emailing <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

Jno. C. Cottingham
Furman Wall

The Dillon Herald, November 28, 1912

Deaths posted in the November 7th issue - transcriptions available by emailing <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

Rev. Simeon Campbell
Col. C. F. Moore

The Dillon Herald, November 28, 1912

Marriages:

Mr. Ammons and Ola Atkinson were married November 27, 1912

Edward Harlee Carmichael and Minnie Louise Murphy were married November 20 in Jessup, GA. The groom of Savannah but formerly of Dillon. The bride is from Jessup.

L. A. Hammond and Viola Monroe were married last Wednesday. The bride is the oldest daughter of Mrs. M. E. Atkinson of Latta.

The Dillon Herald, November 28, 1912

Final notice in the estate of W. J. Page by Frank M. Page

Executor's notice in the estate of L. B. Rogers, by J. R. Rogers, L. H. Rogers, Jr., and H. H. Rogers.

The Dillon Herald, December 5, 1912

Deaths posted in the December 5th issue - transcriptions available by emailing <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

Mary Cousar
Jno. G. Malcolm
Jensey Proctor

The Dillon Herald, December 12, 1912

Marriages:

N. Bruce Hargrove and Daisy Godbolt were married Tuesday. The groom was the mayor of Dillon.

David Horn and Cora Bell Bullock were married Sunday.

The Dillon Herald, December 19, 1912

Deaths posted in the December 19th issue - transcriptions available by emailing <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

Infant daughter of Police Chief Berry

The Dillon Herald, December 19, 1912

Carl Medlin and Claudine Webster were married Sunday

The Dillon Herald, December 26, 1912

The following was taken from the Robesonian. "To the Editor of the Robesonian: Joseph Jacob, who lives near Fairmont, N.C., taken Annah Dees to Dillon, SC. and married her on Sunday morning. Then about an the hour of 12 o'clock he left her and started for Fairmont on Wednesday he married Betty Hunt of Fairmont.  Girls, you had better be careful who you are marrying, for you don't know whether the man is a grass widower or not."  S. H. Hunt, Hamer, SC.

The Dillon Herald, December 26, 1912

Janie Bethea and Luther Rogers were married at the home of the brides mother Mrs. Janie Bethea last Wednesday afternoon. Owing to the recent bereavement of the groom's family only the relative of the bride and groom were present.  The bride is a graduate of Columbia College. After a honeymoon in Florida the couple will be at home to their friends at the groom's home near Latta.




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