Very incomplete list!
in chronological order
Thomas Yancey Williams (1866-1946) —
of Lancaster, Lancaster
Born in Lancaster, Lancaster District (now Lancaster
County), S.C., August
vice-president, Springs Cotton
Mills; member of South
Carolina state house of representatives from Lancaster County,
1896-1904, 1932-36; member of South
Carolina state senate from Lancaster County, 1906-10.
Died, from cancer
and malnutrition, in Marion Sims Memorial Hospital,
County, S.C., June 5,
1946 (age 79 years, 289
Interment at Westside
Cemetery, Lancaster, S.C.
Howard Hearnes Carwile (1911-1987) —
also known as Howard H. Carwile; "Howlin'
Born in Charlotte
County, Va., November
Independent candidate for U.S.
Representative from Virginia, 1942 (5th District), 1944 (5th
District), 1980 (3rd District); candidate for Governor of
Virginia, 1945 (Independent), 1953 (Independent), 1957
(Democratic primary); Independent candidate for U.S.
Senator from Virginia, 1946, 1948; member of Virginia
state house of delegates from Henrico County & Richmond city,
1974-75; defeated (Independent), 1947, 1975.
Died, from sepsis
due to severe
bedsores, while suffering from emaciation and Alzheimer's
disease, in St. Mary's Hospital,
County, Va., June 6,
1987 (age 75 years, 204
Interment at Forest Lawn Cemetery, Richmond, Va.
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