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Georgia Ann was a dedicated educator, having taught for over 40 years in Summerton, North, Manning and Orangeburg. She was inducted into the Quarter Century Club in 1994 and retired from South Carolina State University, Felton Laboratory School ... (Times and Democrat)
MANNING, SC (WIS) - Funeral plans are set for an 11-year-old Sumter girl. A memorial service for Ashlie Pipkin is Saturday at Laurence Manning Academy at 1pm. Pipkin was a fifth-grader at the academy. Earlier this week, her family said she had the flu ... (WIS-TV)
CLARENDON COUNTY, SC (WIS) - Classes at Laurence Manning Academy in Clarendon County have been canceled for Thursday because teachers and students will be attending the funerals for three teenagers who died over the weekend in a terrible car crash. (WIS-TV)
C., and Margaret H. Deas, born in S. C. and the husband of Elizabeth Childs Cantey. He was a Marshall at the University of South Carolina. He died at 1011 Bull St of myocardial insufficiency. The posted obituary was found in The State 12 December 1941. (findagrave.com)
Per his grave marker: he was a son of Richard Irvine Manning and Lelia Bernard Meredith. Per South Carolina Delayed Births found on Ancestry.com: he was born in Sumter County, SC. From his obituary found in The State 02 October 1960: Burwell Deas Manning ... (findagrave.com)
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What is considered proper to wear to a funeral or memorial service differs according to local customs and geographic region. But a few general guidelines can help steer you. Mercifully, the old dreary dictate about wearing only black no longer applies - although, when in doubt, it's still generally ...