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Husband: Dr John C Mace
Born: 1870 in Marion Co, SC
Married: in Marion Co, SC
Died:
Father: John M Mace
Mother: Jane Watson
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Wife: Griffith
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!CENSUS:1880 Marion Co, SC Rowell # 94
John H. MACE, 46
Jane, 45 wife
Thadious L. 22 son
Stephen G. 20 son
Moses, 16 son
Augustus J. 14 son
Samuel, 12 son
Johnie, 10 son
N---, 8 son
Mamie, 6 dau;

!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. 199-206
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Jane Watson, the youngest daughter of old Isham, married John M. Mace, and yet survives; they live in the Friendship neighborhood, and have a large family of sons and daughters ; the sons are Thadeus, Stephen, Moses, Samuel, John C. and Cornelius, and one son dead ; daughters, Elizabeth (Bettie) and Mary. Thadeus married a Miss Eugenia Gasque, daughter of our excellent fellow-citizen, Arny Gasque, and Moses Mace married another daughter. Miss Emma. Stephen Mace married Miss Julia Philips, daughter of our late fellow-citizen, F. Marion Philips. Samuel Mace married a Miss Carter, and John C. Mace married a Miss Griffith, I think, of Edgefield County. Neill Mace is yet unmarried. Of these sons of John M. Maee, John C. Mace and Samuel are both doctors ; one, John C, located at Marion, and running a drug store, and is Coroner of the county ; Samuel Mace is located at L,oris, in Horry County, and is said to be doing well there, and is a fine physician. Of the two daughters of John M. Mace, the oldest, Bettie, is married to Furman Wall the younger one, Mary, is yet unmarried. It is supposed (the writer does not know) that all these young Maces that are man led have families, more or less numerous, perpetuating the name and family connections, and also contributing to an increase in the population of the county, and industriously adding to the county's wealth and prosperity. ;

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!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. 199-206
...
Jane Watson, the youngest daughter of old Isham, married John M. Mace, and yet survives; they live in the Friendship neighborhood, and have a large family of sons and daughters ; the sons are Thadeus, Stephen, Moses, Samuel, John C. and Cornelius, and one son dead ; daughters, Elizabeth (Bettie) and Mary. Thadeus married a Miss Eugenia Gasque, daughter of our excellent fellow-citizen, Arny Gasque, and Moses Mace married another daughter. Miss Emma. Stephen Mace married Miss Julia Philips, daughter of our late fellow-citizen, F. Marion Philips. Samuel Mace married a Miss Carter, and John C. Mace married a Miss Griffith, I think, of Edgefield County. Neill Mace is yet unmarried. Of these sons of John M. Maee, John C. Mace and Samuel are both doctors ; one, John C, located at Marion, and running a drug store, and is Coroner of the county ; Samuel Mace is located at L,oris, in Horry County, and is said to be doing well there, and is a fine physician. Of the two daughters of John M. Mace, the oldest, Bettie, is married to Furman Wall the younger one, Mary, is yet unmarried. It is supposed (the writer does not know) that all these young Maces that are man led have families, more or less numerous, perpetuating the name and family connections, and also contributing to an increase in the population of the county, and industriously adding to the county's wealth and prosperity. ;

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