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Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Edward Boyd Harris and Ida Mae Shaw

Gamewell Calhoun Harris who married Sarah "Sally" Brakefield and they had
a son, Edward Boyd Harris who married Ida Mae Shaw and they had
a son, Clyde Harris who married Mabel Louise Cohen and they had
a son, William "Billy" Clyde Harris who married Peggy Annette Prince and they had
Stan


Edward Boyd Harris (DOB: 5/23/1877 in Union County, SC; DOD: 7/1/1930 in Union County, SC) to Gamewell Calhoun Harris and Sarah "Sally" Brakefield Harris.


Edward Boyd Harris


Ida Mae Shaw

Edward Boyd Harris was the son of Gamewell Calhoun Harris (DOB: 5/26/1853 in Union County, SC; DOD: 10/21/1933 in Union County, SC) and Sarah "Sallie" or "Sally" C. Brakefield (DOB: 4/18/1860 in Union County, SC; DOD: 3/6/1930 in Union County, SC).

1880 U.S. Census of Pinckney, Union County, South Carolina; Roll: 1242; Family History Film: 1255242; Page: 599D; Enumeration District: 158, Lines 24-39, "Mattie Harris", "George Harris", "Anderson Harris"
Mattie Harris, W(hite), M(ale), 71 yrs old (DOB 1809), Head, Married, Farmer, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Gusta A. Harris, W, F, 67 yrs old (DOB 1813), Wife, Married, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Havana Harris, W, F, 29 yrs old (DOB 1851), Daughter, Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Gamewell C. Harris, W, M, 27 yrs old (DOB 1853), Son, Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Sallie C. Harris, W, F, 17 yrs old (DOB 1863), Dil, Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
E. Boyd Harris, W, M, 3 yrs old (DOB 1877), Grandson, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Emma Harris, W, F, 1 yr old (DOB 1879), Granddaughter, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
James M. Harris, W, M, 11/12 mos old (DOB 4/1879), Grandson, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
William Fraser, W, M, 35 yrs old (DOB 1845), Son-in-law, Works in field, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Frances Fraser, W, F, 49 yrs old (DOB 1851), Daughter, Works in field, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
George Harris, W, M, 24 yrs old (DOB 1856), Head, Married, Farmer, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Mary A. Harris, W, F, 21 yrs old (DOB 1859), Wife, Married, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Anderson Harris, W, M, 32 yrs old (DOB 1848), Head, Married, Farmer, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Sallie Harris, W, F, 32 yrs old (DOB 1848), Wife, Married, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Oliver R. Harris, W, M, 12 yrs old (DOB 1868), Son, Worsk in field, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Willie E. Harris, W, M, 12 yrs old (DOB 1868), Son, Works in field, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC








































Boyd Harris married Ida Mae Shaw(DOB: 8/24/1882 in Rockingham, NC; DOD: 6/10/1955 in Spartanburg, SC) in 1915 in Union County, SC. Ida Mae Shaw was the daughter of Able Shaw (DOB: 1842 in Manchester, England; DOD: ? in ? ) and Charity Sibley (DOB: 28 Feb 1842 in Maryland; DOD: 10 May 1904 in Union, Union County, SC).

1900 U.S. Census of Pinckney, Union County, South Carolina; Roll: T623_ 1544; Page: 17A; Enumeration District: 72, Lines 15-27, "Ravenell Harris" (sic)
Ravenell Harris (sic, Gamewell Harris), Head, W(hite), M(ale), Born May, 1853, 47 yrs old, Married 23 yrs, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Farmer, Owns farm, mortgage
Sallie Harris, Wife, W, F, Born Apr, 1861, 39 yrs old, Married, 11 children with 9 still living, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Boyd Harris, Son, W, M, Born May, 1878, 22 yrs old, Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Farm Laborer
James Harris, Son, W, M, Born Apr, 1881, 19 yrs old, Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Farm Laborer
May Harris, Daughter, W, F, Born May, 1883, 17 yrs old, Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Farm Laborer
Paul Harris, Son, W, M, Born Apr, 1888, 12 yrs old, Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, At school
Florrence Harris (sic), Daughter, W, F, Born May, 1890, 10 yrs old, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, At school
Essie Harris, Daughter, W, F, Born Apr, 1892, 8 yrs old, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, At school
Carl Harris, Son, W, M, Born June, 1894, 5 yrs old, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Cass Harris (sic, looks like Voss Harris and is actually Wallace Harris but Ancestry.com has him indexed as Cass Harris), Son, W, M, Born Mar, 1898, 2 yrs old, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Bernice Wix, Daughter, W, F, Born June, 1884, 15 yrs old, Widowed, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Cotton mill weaver
Dusky A. Harris (sic, Augusta Ann Harris), Mother, W, F, Born May, 1813, 87 yrs old, Widowed, 1 child with 1 still living, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Havanah Harris, Sister, W, F, Born Feb, 1851, 49 yrs old, Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC


Boyd and Ida were Methodists and were members of Bethel Methodist on E. Main St., Union, SC. They are both buried at Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church

 Boyd was a farm laborer in the 1900 Census. He was an "engineer in cotton mill" in the 1910 census. He was a "Grocery clerk" for Monarch Mills, Lockhart, Union County, SC according to his WWI draft registration card completed on 9/12/1918. He was a "stationary engineer in cotton mill" in 1920 census. A stationary engineer meant he maintained the steam engine that ran the mill. He was "police at cotton mill" in Buffalo, Union County, SC in the 1930 census. He and Ida lived for a time in the apartment that is attached to the county jail. Ida cooked for the prisoners. But when Boyd died, they were living at 111 Walker St, Union, SC in the Monarch Mill village. Bernice was living with them and Bernice and Boyd worked at Monarch Mill. He was an "engineer at the cotton mill".

Ida was born in Rockingham, Richmond County, NC and moved with her family when she was young. They lived in Union 20 years and she moved to Spartanburg, SC in 1945, 15 years after his death. She was of German extraction.

1880 U.S. Census of Rockingham, Richmond County, North Carolina; Roll: 979; Family History Film: 1254979; Page: 295D; Enumeration District: 168; Image: 0073, Lines 38-45, "Abel Shaw"
Abel Shaw, W(hite), M(ale), 38 yrs old (DOB 1842), Married, Head, Merchant, Born in England, Both parents born in England
Elizabeth Shaw, W, F, 38 yrs old (DOB 1842), Wife, Married, Keeping house, Born in MD, Both parents born in England
Chily Shaw (sic, looks like Chrly Shaw), W, M, 19 yrs old (DOB 1861), Single, Son, Born in NC, Both parents born in NC (?)
John Shaw, W, M, 14 yrs old (DOB 1866), Single, Son, Born in NC, Both parents born in NC
William Shaw, W, M, 10 yrs old (DOB 1870), Son, Born in NC, Both parents born in NC
Joseph Shaw, W, M, 7 yrs old (DOB 1873), Son, Born in NC, Both parents born in NC
Florance Shaw (sic), W, F, 6 yrs old (DOB 1874), Daughter, Born in NC, Both parents born in NC
Elizabeth Shaw, W, F, 2 yrs old (DOB 1878), Daughter, Born in NC, Both parents born in NC



Front Left to Right: Farrell Harris, Lizzie Shaw (Ida Mae Shaw's mother), Sarah Brakefield Harris, Gene Carroll Harris, Berenice Lemond Harris Warren, Ida Mae Shaw Harris, Clyde Harris. Back Left to Right: James Minor Harris, Walter Edward Harris, Edward Boyd Harris

Boyd and Ida had 6 children:

1) James Minor Harris (DOB: 3/18/1905 in Union County, SC; DOD: 11/24/1986 in Greenville, Greenville County, SC) married Farrell Bradshaw (aka Ferrell, Ferol)(DOB: About 8/19/1902 in SC; DOD: 10/25/1966 in Greenville, Greenville County, SC). He was a "Golden Gloves Champion". They had James Minor Harris, Jr (died as an infant), James Boyd Harris, Dale Harris, Cynthia Carol Harris. His married 2nd Eunice Lee Satterfield.





2) Walter Edward Harris (DOB: 5/6/1907 in Union County, SC; DOD: 5/20/1957 in Spartanburg, Spartanburg County, SC) married Madge Wood (DOB: About 1908 in SC; DOD: 8/4/1995 in Richmond County, GA). Madge also married Henry Lee Lackey. Walt and Madge had Helen Harris (Perry).

3) Clyde Harris (DOB: 5/4/1909 in Union County, SC; DOD: 10/11/1956 in Converse, Spartanburg County, SC) married Mabel Louise Cohen (DOB: 2/12/1912 in Union County, SC; DOD: 6/14/1981 in Spartanburg, SC) on 7/30/1930 in Union County, SC. They are both buried at Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church.


4) Berenice Lemond Harris (DOB: 1912-1914 in Union County, SC; DOD: 7/28/1990 in Union County, SC) married Jess Warren (DOB: 3/31/1908 in SC; DOD: 6/21/1990 in SC). Jess Warren left his wife and baby daughter, Jessie Mae Warren, one day by telling her he was going to the store and never came back. She is buried at Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church. He was also married to Johnnie Mell Howington and Reba McCormick.



5) Gene Carroll Harris, Sr.(aka G.C.) (DOB: 8/22/1914 in Union County, SC; DOD: 6/7/1963 in Union County, SC) married Alice Trucy Holden(aka Alice Tricy Holden, Alice Treecy Holden) (DOB: 1/7/1916 in Swain County, NC; DOD: 12/31/1954 in Spartanburg County, SC) on 6/2/1939 in Union County, SC. They are both buried at Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church. They had Alice Faye Harris (Davis), Gene Carroll Harris, Jr., Richard Wayne Harris, Sr., Linda June Harris (Littlejohn).


6) Leo Wilson Harris (DOB: 12/23/1917 in Union County, SC; DOD: 11/27/1973 in High Point, Guilford County, NC) married Francis Sibbie Bowman (DOB: 10/15/1921 in Winston-Salem, Forsyth County, NC; DOD: 4/26/1993 in Charlotte, Mecklenburg County, NC). They divorced. She married a Bell and Harry Larue Jeffords.



The Intelligencer, Anderson, SC, 10/12/1904, Pg 5
The Intelligencer, Anderson, SC, 10/12/1904, Pg 5
A Bride Is Poisoned

Union, SC, Oct. 10 - Bert Gregory of this place has been arrested on a charge of poisoning his bride to whom he was married just four weeks ago. The woman died after several days illness.
It is alleged that Gregory procured several doses of calomel from a local physician and gave them to his wife who complained that the third dose was very bitter and had a peculiar taste. These dose, it is said, were given Mrs. Gregory by her husband last Sunday and on Tuesday night a physician was summoned, and after a diagnosis, it was stated that Mrs. Gregory had been poisoned on Thursday afternoon Gregory was taken to jail, charged with being responsible for the act. Mrs. Gregory improved somewhat and her husband was released on $500 bail. Subsequently the woman became worse and yesterday she died. Gregory has been arrested and is held for murder.
The contents of the stomach have been sent to Charleston for chemical analysis to establish a presence of poison.
Mrs. Gregory was Miss Bee White before her marriage to Gregory four weeks ago.

The Bamberg Herald, Bamberg, SC, 10/13/1904, Pg 1


The Bamberg Herald, Bamberg, SC, 10/13/1904, Pg 1
A white man named Bert Gregory, a cotton mill operative, is in jail at Union charged with the murder of his wife. It is claimed he gave her strychnine, claiming it was calomel.

The Bamberg Herald, Bamberg, SC, 10/13/1904, Pg 2
The Bamberg Herald, Bamberg, SC, 10/13/1904, Pg
Poisoned Bride Yields to Death
Mrs. Bert Gregory, the bride of but four weeks, who was poisoned at Union by taking strychnine with calomel, whether accidental or intentional on the part of her husband remaining to be proved, died after lingering unconscious for many hours.
At the inquest now adjourned until strong evidence was introduced against the husband, though he still maintains his innocence.
The young woman, who thought she was taking a dose of calomel, but afterwards was seized with convulsions, never regained consciousness, and the only statement she made was of that to the physician when he first arrived.
It was thought at one time that the woman would recover, but she gradually grew worse. At the coroner's inquest some sensational testimony was brought out.
Boyd Harris, with whom the couple had been living since their marriage testified that the young husband insisted on his wife taking the medicine which he had secured from a local physician and which, after some persuasion, protesting against needing it, she took it.
Gregory was arrested while his wife lay at the point of death, but was released under $500 bond when it was thought that his wife would recover. He maintains his innocence.

The Laurens Advertiser, Laurens, SC, 6/21/1905
The Laurens Advertiser, Laurens, SC, 6/21/1905
Bert Gregory of Union, charged with poisoning his wife, was acquitted.

The Manning Times, Manning, SC, 12/1/1909, Pg 6
The Manning Times, Manning, SC, 12/1/1909, Pg 6
Unruly Blacks Wound Nine Members Of Posse
Shooting Stirs People of Town But Anger Dies Down-One Man Was Arrested
Following two days of tense excitement, with a race riot of serious proportions threatened, as a result of the wholesale wounding of a deputy sheriff's posse by drunken negroes in the easter section of the city of Union, S.C., Saturday night, quiet again prevails, and the officials of that town believe they have the situation in hand.
The negroes who did the shooting made their escape and this probably accounts for the fact that further disorders were not recorded later. Late Monday afternoon one of the negroes charged with the shooting was arrested and lodged in jail. Three others for whom warrants were issued have not been apprehended.
Following repeated efforts on the party of Deputy Sheriff A.S. McColl to put a stop to the noisy revelry at a negro "frolic" Saturday, he, with a party of citizens, started for the house occupied by the negroes. The latter opened fire with shotguns, wounding nine members of the officer's force, including the deputy sheriff, who received wounds in each leg.
The others wounded were W.A. Dye, two loads of shot in chest and face; Boyd Harris, shot in legs; Herbert Brandon, shot in face and body; H.L. Timmons, shot in legs; Rudolph Lowe, both legs peppered with shot; Earl Boling, shot in body; Albert Wright, body peppered with shot; Grady Reynolds, shot in head and body.
One negro was found near the house seriously wounded. It is said that he got within range of his companions shots when the attack was made upon the officers.
Sheriff G.G. Long was summoned and immediately went to the scene with a posse armed with repeating rifles. The negroes had fled however, and the sheriff and his men directed their attention to a systematic search of the negro section for the guilty ones, but without result. A large quantity of whiskey was found in the house occupied by the negroes. Later the wounded negro was found by the officers near the house, where he had crawled after his companions fled.
Dye is the most seriously wounded of the posse, but it is not thought his wounds would prove fatal. Eighty three shot were removed from his body.


The Evening Index, Greenwood, SC, 11/25/1909, Pg 1




1910 U.S. Census of Union, Union County, South Carolina; Roll: T624_1474; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 123; Image: 1061, Lines 12-18, "Boyd E. Harris"
Boyd E. Harris, Head, M(ale), W(hite), 30 yrs old (DOB 1880), First marriage, Married 5 yrs (DOM 1905), Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Can read and write, Engineer in cotton mill, Rents home
Ida M. Harris, Wife, F, W, 27 yrs old (DOB 1883), First marriage, Married 5 yrs, Born in NC, Father born in England, Mother born in Maryland, Can read and write
James M. Harris, Son, M, W, 5 yrs old (DOB 1905), Born in SC, Father born in SC, Mother born in NC
Walter E. Harris, Son, M, W, 2 yrs old (DOB 1908), Born in SC, Father born in SC, Mother born in NC
Clyde Harris, Son, M, W, 11/12 mos old (DOB 1909), Born in SC, Father born in SC, Mother born in NC
Bennie Harris (sic, looks like Bernice Harris which is correct but Ancestry.com has her indexed as Bennie Harris), Sister, F, W, 24 yrs old (DOB 1886), Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Spooler at cotton mill
Bessie Harris, Sister, F, W, 15 yrs old (DOB 1895), Born in SC, Father born in SC, Mother born in NC

The Gaffney Ledger, Gaffney, SC, 8/12/1913, Pg 1



Yorkville Enquirer, York, SC, 8/8/1913, Pg 2



U.S., World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
M1509, 4,277 rolls, Roll 1877684, Draft Board 0, Edward Boyd Harris, Order #701, Serial #a1196
Edward Boyd Harris
Address: Lockhart, Union County, SC
41 yrs old, DOB: 5/23/1877
White
Occupation: Grocery clerk for Monarch Mills, Lockhart, Union County, SC
Nearest Relative: Wife Ida Shaw Harris, Lockhart, Union County, SC
39-2-22-C
Tall, Medium Build, Grey eyes, Gray hair
Signed by him on 9/12/1918




1920 U.S. Census of Union, Union County, South Carolina; Roll: T625_1713; Page: 7B; Enumeration District: 144; Image: 931, Lines 62-70, "Boyd Harris"
Boyd Harris, Head, Rents home, M(ale), W(hite), 41 yrs old (DOB 1879), Married, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Stationary Engineer
Ida Harris, Wife, F, W, 37 yrs old (DOB 1883), Married, Born in NC, Both parents born in NC (1910 Census says Ida was born in NC, Father born in England and Mother born in Maryland)
Minna Harris (sic, should be James Minor Harris and looks like Minor but Ancestry.com has him indexed as Minna Harris), Daughter (?), F (?), W, 14 yrs old (DOB 1906), Born in SC, Father born in SC, Mother born in NC, Mill Laborer
Walter Harris, Son, M, W, 12 yrs old (DOB 1908), Born in SC, Father born in SC, Mother born in NC
Clyde Harris, Son, M, W, 10 yrs old (DOB 1910), Born in SC, Father born in SC, Mother born in NC
Bernice L. Harris, Daughter, F, W, 7 yrs old (DOB 1913), Born in SC, Father born in SC, Mother born in NC
Dee C. Harris (sic, should be Gene Carrol "G.C." Harris but Ancestry.com has him indexed as Dee C. Harris), Son, M, W, 5 yrs old (DOB 1915), Born in SC, Father born in SC, Mother born in NC
Leo Harris, Son, M, W, 3 yrs old (DOB 1917), Born in SC, Father born in SC, Mother born in NC
Lizzie Shaw, Boarder, F, W, 41 yrs old (DOB 1879), Single, Born in NC, Both parents born in NC

The Greenville News, Greenville, SC, 6/14/1929, Pg 18



1930 U.S. Census of Railroad Ave, Glenn Springs,Union, Union County, South Carolina; Roll: 2215; Page: 6A; Enumeration ;District: 23; Image: 338.0, Lines 6-18, "Boyd Harris"
Boyd Harris, Rents house at $9/months, Owned radio set, M(ale), W(hite), 52 yrs old (DOB 1878), Married at age 26 yrs old, Can read and write, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Police for cotton mill
Ida May Harris (sic), Wife, F, W, 46 yrs old (DOB 1884), Can read and write, Born in NC, Father born in England, Mother born in Maryland, Weaver at cotton mill
Clyde Harris, Son, M, W, 20 yrs old (DOB 1910), Single, Born in SC, Father born in SC, Mother born in NC, Weaver at cotton mill
Burnice Harris (sic), Daughter, F, W, 17 yrs old (DOB 1913), Single, Born in SC, Father born in SC, Mother born in NC, Weaver at cotton mill
G. Boyd Harris (sic, should be Gene Carroll "G.C." Harris), Son, M, W, 15 yrs old (DOB 1915), Single, Born in SC, Father born in SC, Mother born in NC, Run drawings at cotton mill
Leo Harris, Son, M, W, 13 yrs old (DOB 1917), Single, Born in SC, Father born in SC, Mother born in NC
James M. Harris, Son, M, W, 24 yrs old (DOB 1906), Married at age 19 yrs old (DOM 1925), Born in SC, Father born in SC, Mother born in NC, Moulder at iron foundary
Feri Harris (sic), Daughter-in-law, F, W, 27 yrs old (DOB 1903), Married at age 22 yrs old, Born in SC, Father born in England, Mother born in SC, Housekeeper for private family
James B. Harris, Grandson, M, W, 1 yrs old (DOB 1929), Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Walter Harris, Son, M, W, 22 yrs old (DOB 1908), Married at age 20 yrs old (DOM 1928), Born in SC, Father born in SC, Mother born in NC, Weaver at cotton mill
Madge Harris, Daughter-in-law, 20 yrs old (DOB 1910), Married at age 17 yrs old, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Drawing in at cotton mill
Hellen Harris (sic), Granddaughter, 1 yr 7/12 mos old (DOB 1928), Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Lizzie Shaw, Sister-in-law, F, W, 59 yrs old (DOB 1871), Born in NC, Father born in England, Mother born in Maryland, Spooler at cotton mill

The Greenville News, Greenville, SC, 10/21/1938, Pg 9



SC Death Certificate #13081, Registration District #4207, Registered #40, E.B. Harris, DOD: 7/1/1930 in Union, Union County, SC
Male, White, Married, DOB: 5/23/1879 in SC, 53 yrs old
Occupation: Policeman
Father: G.C. Harris, born in SC
Mother: Sarah C. Brakefield, born in SC
Informant: Wallace Harris, Union, SC (Boyd's brother)
DOD: 7/1/1930 at 4pm
Cause of death: Pellagra
Burial: 7/2/1930 at Wesley Chapel

He died of Pellagra which is a vitamin deficiency disease most commonly caused by a chronic lack of niacin (vitamin B3) in the diet. It can be caused by decreased intake of niacin or tryptophan, and possibly by excessive intake of leucine. It may also result from alterations in protein metabolism in disorders such as carcinoid syndrome. A deficiency of the amino acid lysine can lead to a deficiency of niacin, as well. Untreated, the disease can kill within four or five years. Treatment is with nicotinamide, which has the same vitamin function as niacin and a similar chemical structure, but has lower toxicity. The frequency and amount of nicotinamide administered depends on the degree to which the condition has progressed. Symptoms of pellagra include: Delusions, Diarrhea, Inflamed mucus membranes, Mental confusion, Scaly skin sores. It is characterized by horrible skin sores, digestive and nervous system disturbances, and eventual mental deterioration. Specific psychological symptoms of pellagra: Psychosensory disturbances (impressions as being painful, annoying bright lights, odors intolerance causing nausea and vomiting, dizziness after sudden movements); Psychomotor disturbances (restlessness, tense and a desire to quarrel, increased preparedness for motor action) Emotional disturbances. All because of a vitamin deficiency (niacin). So sad.


1940 U.S. Census of Railroad Avenue, Buffalo, Union County, South Carolina; Roll: T627_3843; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 44-24, Lines 65-60, "Ida M. Harris"
Ida M. Harris, Head, Rents home for $6, F(emale), W(hite), 57 yrs old (DOB 1883), Widowed, Attended school thru 4th grade, Born in SC, Lived in same place in 1935
G.C. Boyd Harris (sic), Son, M, W, 25 yrs old (DOB 1915), Married, Attended school thru 6th grade, Born in SC, Lived in same place in 1935, Spare hand in cotton mill
Bernice L. Harris, Daughter-in-law (sic, should be daughter), F, W, 26 yrs old (DOB 1914), Married, Attended school thru 5th grade, Born in SC, Lived in same place in 1935, Battey Filler (sic) in cotton mill
Leo W. Harris, Son, M, W, 22 yrs old (DOB 1918), Single, Attended school thru 5th grade, Born in SC, Lived in same place in 1935, Cabler in cotton mill
Jessie M. Warren, Granddaughter, F, W, 3 yrs old (DOB 1937), Born in SC




Spartanburg Herald Journal, Spartanburg, SC, 6/11/1955, Pg 2, obituary of Ida Harris




SC Death Certificate #55-009619, Registration District #40-A, Registrar's #414-632, Ida Mae Harris, DOD: 6/10/1955 at Spartanburg General Hospital, Spartanburg, Spartanburg County, SC
Usual Residence: 220 N. Converse St, Spartanburg, Spartanburg County, SC
Female, White, DOB: 8/21/1882 in Rockingham, NC (Richmond County)
Widowed, SS# 247-09-****
Occupation: Housewife
Father: Abrel Shaw (sic), Mother: Sibley, Spouse: E. Boyd Harris, Informant: J. Minor Harris
DOD: 6/10/1955 at 2:00am
Cause of death: Leiomyosarcoma stomach generalized metastasis (duration 6 1/2 years)
Major findings of operation: multiple liner stomach & peritoneal metastasis
Burial: 6/11/1955 at Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church, Union County, SC

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