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Thursday, July 21, 2011

Elisha Bain and Mary Ellen Bogan

Elisha Bain married Mary Ellen Bogan and they had a daughter named
...Mary "Mollie" Cynthia Bain, who married Franklin Drayton Prince and they had a son
......Julian Rhett Prince, who married Clara Marie Wilder and they had a daughter named
.........Peggy who is Stan's mother


Elisha Bain

Elisha Bain (DOB: 4/1858 in Fairforest area of Spartanburg County, SC; DOD: 2/2/1949 in Spartanburg, Spartanburg County, SC) was the son of possibly Joseph Bain (DOB about 1822 in SC; DOD: ? in ?) and Lydia A.(DOB 1838-1842 in South Carolina, DOD: After 1880 in Spartanburg County, SC). Elisha's father was missing by 1860 so I assume he died before then. It's also possible that Lydia was a Bain and was Joseph's sister NOT his wife. If so, then her 3 children were illegitimate.



1850 U.S. Census of Spartanburg Township, Spartanburg County, SC, Roll: M432_858; Page: 101B; Image: 208, Lines 20-26, "Daniel Banes" indexed as "Daniel Barnes"
Dwelling 201, Family 201, A. Banes, 32 years old (DOB 1818), Male, Shoe Maker, Born in SC
Charlotte Banes, 40 years old (DOB 1810), Female, Born in SC
Louisa J. Banes, 2 years old, Born in SC
Dwelling 202, Family 202, Daniel Barnes, 50 years old (DOB 1800), Male, Farmer, $0 Real Estate Value, $0 Personal Estate Value, Born in SC
Hannah Barnes, 50 years old (DOB 1800), Female, Born in SC
Joseph Barnes, 28 years old (DOB 1822), Male, Born in SC, Farmer
Malinda Barnes, 25 years old (DOB 1825), Female, Born in SC
Mary Barnes, 22 years old (DOB 1828), Female, Born in SC
Lucy A. Barnes, 13 years old (DOB 1837), Female, Born in SC
(It is very legible and is definitely "Lucy A. Bane" but I think this may be Lydia instead of Lucy. In the following 1860 census you see Lydia Bain living with Daniel and Hannah with 2 of her 3 children. Her DOB matches the 1850Lucy. In the 1880 Census, she is living with her son, Elisha Bain and her name is "Lydia A. Bain" which matches "Lucy A. Bain". Lydia could have been married to their son, Joseph Bane and he may have died by 1860 as I can't find him again. But she could also have been their daughter and her children were illegitimate. And, since, her 3rd child was named Elizabeth J. Bain and was born in 1869 must have been illegitimate, it make sense to me that Lydia was a daughter of Daniel and Hannah Bane and her children were illegitimate. If this is true, then we will never know who their father was.)



1860 U.S. Census of Crawfordsville, Southern Division, Spartanburg County, SC, Roll: M653_1226; Page: 396; Image: 408; Family History Library Film: 805226, Lines 26-32, "Daniel Bain", indexed as "Danl Bairn" and "Danl Bruin" with Ancestry.com
Daniel Bairn, 65 years old (DOB 1795), Male, Tenant, $0 Real Estate Value, $100 Personal Estate Value, Born in SC
Hannah Bairn, 63 years old (DOB 1797), Female, Born in SC
Malinda Bairn, 35 (DOB 1825), years old, Female, Born in SC
Mary Bairn, 32 years old (DOB 1828), Female, Born in SC
Lidia Bairn, 22 years old (DOB 1838), Female, Born in SC
Elisha Bairn, 3 years old (DOB 1857), Male, Born in SC
Martha J. Bairn, 1 year old (DOB 1859), Female, Born in SC



1870 U.S. Census of Beech Springs, Spartanburg, South Carolina; Roll: M593_1508; Page: 322B; Image: 44; Family History Library Film: 553007, Lines 28-31, "Lettie Bain" (sic), "Elisha Bain"
Lettie Bain, 30 yrs old (DOB 1840), F(emale), W(hite), Farm Laborer, Born in SC
Elisha Bain, 14 yrs old (DOB 1856), M, W, Can read and write, Born in SC
Martha J. Bain, 11 yrs old (DOB 1859), F, W, Can read and write, Born in SC
Elizabeth Bain, 1 yrs old (DOB 1869), F, W, Born in SC




1870 U.S. Census of Spartanburg Court House, Spartanburg County, SC; Roll: M593_1508; Page: 402A; Image: 204; Family History Library Film: 553007, Lines 36-3, "Daniel Rane" (sic, It looks like Daniel Bane but Ancestry.com has him indexed as Daniel Rane)
Daniel Rane, 75 yrs old (DOB 1795), M(ale), W(hite), Farm Laborer, Born in NC
Malinda Rane, 45 yrs old (DOB 1825), F, W, Keeping House, Born in SC
Polly Rane, 42 yrs old (DOB 1828), F, W, No occupation, Born in SC



1880 U.S. Census of Beech Springs, Spartanburg, South Carolina; Roll: 1240; Family History Film: 1255240; Page: 50B; Enumeration District: 138, Lines 7-11, "C. Bain" (sic, it looks like E. Bain but Ancestry.com has him indexed as C. Bain)
C. Bain, W(hite), M(ale), 22 yrs old (DOB 1858), Head, Married, Farmer, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Mary B. Bain, W, F, 25 yrs old (DOB 1855), Wife, Married, Keeping House, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Cisama Bain, W, F, 7 yrs old (DOB 1873), Daughter, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Lydia A. Bain, W, F, 38 yrs old (DOB 1842), Mother, Boarder, Single, Born in SC, Father born in SC, Mother born (blank)
Lizzie A. Bain, W, F, 10 yrs old (DOB 1870), Sister, Single, Born in SC, both parents born in SC



1880 U.S. Census of Beech Springs, Spartanburg County, South Carolina; Roll: 1240; Family History Film: 1255240; Page: 52A; Enumeration District: 138, Lines 24-27, "Lafatte Davenport"
Lafatte Davenport, B(lack), M(ale), 55 yrs old (DOB 1825), Married, Laborer, Born in SC, Both parents born (blank)
Andey Miller, B, M, 22 yrs old (DOB 1858), Laborer, Born in SC, Both parents born (blank)
Richard Mass, W, M, 75 yrs old (DOB 1805), Widowed, Farmer, Born in NC, Father born in NC, Mother born in SC
Polly Banes, W, F, 50 yrs old (DOB 1830), Single, Cook, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC



1900 U.S. Census of Forest St., Spartanburg Ward 6, Spartanburg County, South Carolina; Roll: T623_ 1542; Page: 18A; Enumeration District: 110, Lines 37-42, "May E. Banes" (sic, The first name is illegible but the initial is E. Banes, this is Elisha Bain.)
May E. Banes, Head, W(hite), M(ale), Born Apr, 1858, 42 yrs old, Married 21 yrs (DOM 1879), Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Cotton mill bagging, Cannot read or write, rents home
Mary E. Banes, Wife, W, F, Born Jan, 1854, 46 yrs old, Married 21 yrs, 5 children with 4 still living, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Can read and write
Bessie C. Banes, Daughter, W, F, Born July, 1880, 19 yrs old, Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Weaver in cotton mill
Minnie L. Banes, Daughter, W, F, Born June, 1883, 16 yrs old, Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Weaver in cotton mill
Mollie C. Banes, Daughter, W, F, Born Oct, 1885, 14 yrs old, Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Weaver in cotton mill
Jesse L. Banes, Son, W, M, Born Jan, 1900, 3/12 mos old, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC (This is Mollie C. Bain's son, NOT Elisha and Mary Bain's son.)



1920 U.S. Census of College St., Spartanburg Ward 6, Spartanburg, South Carolina; Roll: T625_1711; Page: 9A-9B; Enumeration District: 118; Image: 379-380, Lines 50 next page Lines 51-57, "Glenn Peake", "Elisha Bain"
Glenn Peake, Head, Rents, M(ale), W(hite), 44 yrs old (DOB 1876), Married, Can read and write, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Weaver at cotton mill
Bessie Peake, Wife, F, W, 39 yrs old (DOB 1881), Married, Can read and write, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Dressmaker at home
Lucille Peake, Daughter, F, W, 15 yrs old (DOB 1905), Single, Can read and write, Attends school, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Patsy Peake, Daughter, F, W, 12 yrs old (DOB 1908), Single, Can read and write, Attends school, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Elisha Bain, Head, Male, White, 63 years old (DOB 1857), Married, Can read and write, Born in SC, Father born in SC, Mother born in SC, Laborer at cotton mill
Mary Bain, Wife, Female, White, 65 years old (DOB 1855), Married, Can read and write, Born in SC, Father born in SC, Mother born in SC
Conway Bain, Grandson, Male, White, 17 years old (DOB 1903), Married, Can read and write, Born in SC, Father born in SC, Mother born in SC, Weaver at cotton mill
Maggie Bain, Granddaughter, Female, White, 18 years old (DOB 1902), Married, Can read and write, Born in Sc, Father born in SC, Mother born in SC, Spinner at cotton mill



1930 U.S. Census of Spartanburg, Spartanburg, South Carolina; Roll: 2213; Page: 9A; Enumeration District: 57; Image: 894.0, Lines 15-23, "Glenn Peake"
Glenn Peake, Head, Rents home for $3/month, No radio set, M(ale), W(hite), 55 yrs old (DOB 1845), Married at age 30 yrs old (DOM 1875), Can read and write, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Weaver in cotton mill
Bessie Peake, Wife, F, W, 49 yrs old (DOB 1881), Married at 24 yrs old, Can read and write, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Patsy Peake, Daughter, F, W, 22 yrs old (DOB 1908), Single, Can read and write, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, In Grading in cotton mill
Elisha Bain, Father-in-law, M, W, 72 yrs old (DOB 1858), Married at 22 yrs old (DOM About 1880), Can read and write, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Laye Filling at cotton mill
Mary Bain, Mother-in-law, F, W, 78 yrs old (DOB 1852), Married at age 29 yrs old, Can read and write, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Charlie Noblett, Son-in-law, M, W, 32 yrs old (DOB 1898), Married at age 25 yrs old (DOM 1923), Can read and write, Born in TN, Both parents born in NC, End piecer in cotton mill
Lucia Noblett, Daughter, F, W, 25 yrs old (DOB 1905), Married at age 18 yrs old, Can read and write, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Perry Noblett, Grandson, M, W, 6 yrs old (DOB 1924), Single, Born in SC, Father born in TN, Mother born in SC
Betty Lou Noblett, Daughter, F, W, 1 yr 3/12 mos old (DOB 1929), Born in SC, Father born in TN, Mother born in SC

I found a marriage notice in the Carolina Spartan (newspaper), 3/12/1879, Volume XXXVI, pg 2, near bottom , 4th column. "Marriage Notice At the residence of J.F. Bayerly, on 23rd of February, 1879, by the Rev. Dr. Whitefoord Smith, Mr. Elias Bain and Miss Mary Bogan, of Hampton Station."

Obituary of Elisha Bain in the Spartanburg Herald Journal (newspaper), 2/3/1949, Pg 7, "Funeral Service for Elisha Bain, 93, who died Wednesday morning, will be held at the J.F. Floyd Mortuary this afternoon at 4. The Rev. Dewey Welchel will officiate and burial will be in Oak Grove Cemetery. Surviving are one daughter: Mrs. D.F. Prince of Spartanburg; 13 grandchildren; 30 great-grandchildren and 3 great-great-grandchildren. Grandsons will serve as pallbearers. The body is at the mortuary."


SC Death Certificate #02239, Registration District #40-A, Registrar's #70, Elisba Bain, DOD: 2/2/1949 in 624 N. Liberty St., Spartanburg, Spartanburg County, SC (at home)
Male, White, Widowed, DOB: __/__/1856 in SC, 93 yrs old
Occupation: Retired
Father: DK (Don't Know)
Mother: DK (Don't Know)
Informant: Wilbur Prince of Spartanburg, SC
DOD: 2/2/1949 at ____ AM
Cause of death: Uremic poisoning
Contributory Causes: Influenza and broncho pneumonia
Burial: 2/3/1949 at Oak Grove by J.F. Floyd Mortuary Co.



Mary Ellen Bogan Bain (DOB: between 1851-1856 White Plains, Spartanburg County, SC; DOD: 9/22/1933 in Spartanburg, Spartanburg County, SC) was the daughter of Holden Bogan (DOB: between 1818-1825 in White Plains, Spartanburg County, SC; DOD: ? in White Plains, Spartanburg County, SC) and Cynthia "Tinie, Cyntha" (DOB: about 1821 in Woodruff, Spartanburg County, SC; DOD: ? in White Plains, Spartanburg County, SC).

Holden Bogan and Cynthia had 9 children that I'm aware of:

1) Mary Ellen Bogan (see above)
2) Kesira "Cissirra, Cossia" Bogan (DOB: between 1867-1869 in ?; DOD: ?)
3) Elizabeth "Bettie" Bogan (DOB: between 1856-1861 in ?; DOD: ?)
4) Doctor Lee Bogan (DOB: about 1865 in ?; DOD: 4/12/1941) who married Nancy "Nan, Nannie" Bolton
5) John Bogan (DOB: between 1845-1846 in ?; DOD: ?) married Rebecca and they had Volnora "Volney, Velna", Edward, Robert, Susan, Ida "Iller" W., Henry.
6) Nancy E. Bogan (DOB: about 1848 in ?; DOD: ?)
7) June Bogan (DOB: about 1857 in ?; DOD: ?)
8) Rebecca Bogan (DOB: about 1849 in ?; DOD: ?)
9) Jane Bogan (DOB: about 1861 in ?; DOD: ?)

Holden Bogan was the son of Isaac Bogan (DOB: about 1795 in Union County, SC; DOD: ? ) and Keziah "Kissey" Gulledge (DOB: about 1795; DOD: ?). Isaac Bogan and Keziah Gulledge had 6 children that I'm aware of:

1) Holden Bogan (see above)
2) Elizabeth A. Bogan (DOB: 7/18/1824, DOD: 3/11/1915) married Dudley Mullins
3) Sarah Bogan (DOB: 5/16/1834, DOD: 11/13/1913)
4) Nancy Bogan (DOB: 12/27/1828; DOD: 9/7/1913)
5) Polly Bogan (DOB: 7/1/1833, DOD: ?)
6) Lucy Bogan (DOB: about 1820, DOD: ?)



SC Death Certificate #13509, Registration District #40-A, Registered #417, Mrs. Mary E. Bain, DOD: 9/22/1933 in Spartanburg, Spartanburg County, SC
Female, White, Married to E. Bain, 82 yrs old (DOB 1851) in SC
Occupation: Housewife
Father: DK (Don't Know), in
Mother: DK (Don't Know, in
Informant: Mrs. S.D. Walker of Spartanburg, SC (her daughter, Minnie Lee Bain Walker)
DOD: 9/22/1933 at 9:30 pm (could be am)
Cause of death: Artheriosclerosis acute, phlebitis left leg, hypertension, senility
Burial: 9/23/1933 in Oak Grove by J.F. Floyd


Oak Grove Baptist Church, Spartanburg, SC where the Bains are buried.

Mary E. Bogan Bain has a tombstone but Elisha's grave is unmarked. He is buried beside her.


Elisha Bain and Mary Ellen Bogan had 4 daughters.

1) Mary "Mollie, Molly" Cynthia Bain (DOB: 10/10/1885 in Spartanburg, SC; DOD: 10/31/1974 in Spartanburg, SC) married Franklin "Frank" Drayton Prince (DOB: 718/1880 in Cross Keys, Union County, SC; DOD: 5/13/1940 in Spartanburg, SC) and had 11 children. See below.

2) Kisama "Kizzie" Bain (DOB: 1/30/1873 in Spartanburg, SC; DOD: 3/31/1943 in Newport Richey, FL) married Edward Kennedy Carver (DOB: about 1857 in Union, Union County, SC; DOD: 8/15/1919 in Spartanburg, SC) and had Wilbur Donald Carver, Lula Kate Carver Langston, and Mamie Lee Carver Elmore. E.K. was an abusive husband. She had to leave her husband and walked the railroad to her parent's home. Elisha went to her house and confronted E. K. E.K. shot Elisha during a heated argument. He thought he had killed Elisha, so he quickly packed the children and fled town. Elisha survived and Kizzie filed for divorce. E.K. and the children ended up in Rockwall, Texas, for a few years. He married there and had two children. When his wife died, he moved back to Spartanburg and married a third time. Kizzie later married Colonel Lewis Nimmons.

3) Minnie Lee Bain (DOB: between 1883-1884 in Spartanburg, SC; DOD: 6/10/1946 or 6/12/1946 in Spartanburg, SC) had 3 children out of wedlock: Wilbur Conway Bain, Sr., Jessie Lynn Bain, Margarite Bane. She lived at home and her father helped raise her children. She married Samuel D. Walker (DOB: 1882 in Union, Union County, SC; DOD: 2/22/1947 in Spartanburg, SC).

4) Elizabeth "Bessie, Lizzie" Etta Bain (DOB: 7/1/1880 in Spartanburg, SC; DOD: 11/25/1937 in Spartanburg, SC) married Glenn David Peake (DOB: 3/15/1875 in Spartanburg, SC; DOD: 3/18/1940 in Spartanburg, SC) in 1904. They had two children: Patricia "Patsy" Myra Peake and Lucia "Lucy, Lucille" Glennie Peake.






Franklin "Frank" Drayton Prince and Mary "Mollie, Molly" Cynthia Bain had 11 children:

1) Julian Rhett Prince (DOB: 10/1904 in Spartanburg, SC; DOD: 9/3/1935 in Spartanburg, SC) married Clara Marie "Nanny" Wilder (DOB: 4/27/1906 in Woodruff, Spartanburg County, SC; DOD: 4/2/1992 in Spartanburg, SC) and had 3 daughters: Peggy Annette Prince Harris, Wilma Prince Robertson, Dorothy Louise Prince Newman. He died in a car accident.

2) Hubert L. Prince (DOB: 1907 in Spartanburg, SC; DOD: 3/5/1990 in Monroe, Walton County, GA) married Lilly Belle Toney (DOB: between 1912-1913 in Spartanburg, SC; DOD: ? in Monroe, Walton County, GA) and had Betty Jean and Frances Prince.

3) Ralph DuPre Prince (DOB: 1909 in Laurens County, SC; DOD: 1/21/1994 in Spartanburg, SC) married Carolee (Carrie Lee) Garrett (DOB: about 1916 in Laurens County, SC; DOD: 5/16/1964 in Spartanburg, SC) and had Bobby Prince, Kenneth Prince, Larry Prince, Barbara Prince Stevens, Mary Elaine "Lanie" Prince Curry, Linda Prince Amick.

4) Wilbur Eugene Prince (DOB: 1910 Enoree, Spartanburg County, SC; DOD: 8/29/1981 in Spartanburg, SC) married Ruth Ansel West (DOB: ? in West Springs, SC; DOD: 2/12/1979 in Spartanburg, SC) and had Suzie Prince McKee, Joanna Prince Halford, Martha Prince Adair, Wilbur Eugene Prince Jr, Joseph Steven Prince.

5) Franklin Harold Prince (DOB: 1913 in Enoree, Spartanburg County, SC; DOD: 8/8/1952 in Spartanburg, SC) married Elenora "Eleanor, Elanor" Savannah Shirley (DOB: 1/1/1920 in ?; DOD: ? in Spartanburg, SC) and had Frank Donald Prince and Jerry Prince.

6) Mary Prince (DOB: 8/14/1914 in Enoree, Spartanburg County, SC; DOD: 10/14/1943 in Spartanburg, SC) married Lewis Ray (DOB: 1/31/1908 in Spartanburg, SC; DOD: 7/20/1942 in Columbia, SC) and had no children. She died in a car accident in Beaumont Mill Village, Spartanburg, SC.

7) Ruth Prince (DOB: 1916 in Enoree, Spartanburg County, SC; DOD: 12/21/2006 in Spartanburg, SC) married J.R. Shepherd (DOB: ? , DOD: ? ) and had Gail Shepherd Allen and Nancy Shepherd Lee.

8) Marvin Lewis Prince (DOB: 3/31/1919 in Enoree, Spartanburg County, SC; DOD: 5/18/1994 in Spartanburg, SC) married Margie Hurd (DOB: 10/1/1921 in ?; DOD: ? in Spartanburg, SC). They had no children that I'm aware of.

9) Vernon C. Prince (DOB: 12/20/1921 in Enoree, Spartanburg County, SC; DOD: 6/13/1985 in Spartanburg, SC). He never married. He was a WWII vet and worked at Beaumont Mill.

10) Margarite Prince (DOB: 11/1923 in Enoree, Spartanburg County, SC; DOD: ) married Jack Key (DOB: ? ; DOD: ) and had Bobby and David Key.

11) Mildred Prince (DOB: 9/8/1926 in Spartanburg, SC; DOD: ) married Edward "Ed" Norman Comer, Sr. (DOB: 10/3/1924 in Spartanburg, SC; DOD: 5/1/2003 in Spartanburg, SC) and had Edward Norman Comer Jr, Harold "Hal" Comer, Rebecca Comer Sexton.

Mary "Mollie, Molly" Cynthia Bain Prince






The house that was Franklin Drayton Prince and Mary "Molly" Cynthia Bain's. It is located on Liberty St in Beaumont Mill Village, Spartanburg, SC. This photo was taken in 2006.


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Sunday, July 17, 2011

Basements

For those of you who are lucky enough to have a basement, I did a Google search to find ideas on how to decorate a basement.
There are a couple of things to decide on before you finish or remodel a basement.

The first thing is to decide what you want your basement to do for you. Do you want it to be:
a media room
a den
an office
a children's playroom
a gym
a game room
a bar
a workroom (work room)
a craftroom (craft room)
a laundry area
a library
a storage room
a work shop
a guest bedroom
an extra bedroom
a child's bedroom
a wine cellar
a spa
a sauna
a 2nd kitchen
a storage room
an apartment
a music room
etc.

If your basement is large enough it can do two or more things. Maybe you want it to be your office, children's playroom and a media room. Maybe you want it to be a laundry room, den and library.

Once you decide what you want your basement to be, then you need to decide how you want to decorate it. Do you want it in dark colors and cozy? Or do you like light colors? Do you want it to be bright and fun? Do you want it to be sophisticated and modern?

Next you decide how to divide the areas. You might need an architect for a full basement finish. Where do you want electrical outlets, light fixtures, plumbing, heating and air conditioning. Lighting is important in a basement. I can't stand to feel like I'm in a basement and I think lighting has a lot to do with it.

Make sure your basement isn't damp and doesn't have problems with leaks or mildew. If you have those kind of problems, those have to be fixed first.

I did a Google search and found these great ideas! I tried to include something for everyone from simple to extravagant, from small to large.











This is one of my favorites.









Another favorite





I love this one too. It's so bright. It really takes away the basement feel.












Notice the light dimming shades that can be pulled down.















Really nice!








Basement playrooms






















Basement Bars and basement kitchens

























Basement office














A basement wine cellar





Basement laundry room













Basement bathrooms and basement spas, basement saunas












Basement gym













Basement bedrooms








Basement storage






Remember, you can get away with almost any style as long as you keep it clean. Even a professionally decorated room will look bad if it's not kept clean and dust free!

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