King Dixon (b. 1908) —
of near Laurens, Laurens
Born in Jacksonville, Duval
County, Fla., October
Served in the U.S. Navy during World War II; ice and fuel oil
dealer; member of South
Carolina state house of representatives from Laurens County,
1955-56; member of South
Carolina state senate from Laurens County, 1961-64.
Tau Omega; Freemasons;
Rite Masons; Shriners;
Foreign Wars; American
of Albert Montgomery Dixon and Sarah Youmans (King) Dixon; married,
14, 1926, to Katharine Simmons.|
| || ||Image source: South Carolina
Legislative Manual 1964|
Norman Henry Wiener (1891-1962) —
also known as Norman H. Wiener —
of Albion, Calhoun
Born in Russia,
business; coal dealer; mayor of
Albion, Mich., 1931-44, 1949-54; resigned 1944.
Died, in St. Francis Hospital,
Miami, Dade County (now Miami-Dade
County), Fla., February
20, 1962 (age 70 years, 284
Interment at Riverside
Cemetery, Albion, Mich.
of Mandel Wiener and Rivka Wiener; married, March
12, 1916, to Rose Stone (1893-1975).||
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