Husband: Rev John W Murray
Rev John W Murray:
!REFERENCE: A History of Marion County, South Carolina From Its Earliest Times to the Present, 1901, by W. W. Sellers, Esq., of the Marion Bar. 1902. pp. 183-185
Another son of old David Perritt is our very worthy fellow-citizen, John E. Perritt ; he married, first, a Miss Campbell, a daughter of the late Wm. S. Campbell, and raised a large and respectable family, mostly daughters, and two sons, A. J. A. Perritt and Arvington Perritt. A. J. A. Perritt moved to Darlington County some years ago, and since he has been there has held several positions of honor and trust, to wit : County Superintendent of Education, Representative in the State Legislature and a member of the State Constitutional Convention, all of which positions he has filled with credit to himself and satistory to his constituents ; he married a daughter of the late Rev. John W. Murray, of the South Carolina Conference of the Methodist Church, South. Arvington Perritt left the county a single man and went to Texas ; nothing further is known of him. Of John E. Perritt's daughters, one married our excellent fellow-citizen, Jerry Lambert; another married W. C. Bracy, of Dillon ; another married a Mr. Keith ; another married a Mr. Smith, below Marion, think a son of Reddin W. Smith. I think there is another one or two daughters, whether married or not, is not known. ;
Revised: February 12, 2020
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