Person:Wade Leaphart (1)

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Wade Leaphart
b.ABT 1855 , Lexington, SC
d.12 NOV 1920 , Richmond, SC
m.
  1. Wade LeaphartAbt 1855 - 1920
  2. Pierce Leaphart1860 - 1923
  3. Ida Leaphart1863 - 1952
m. ABT 1876
  1. Albert Frank Leaphart1879 -
  2. John Wilkes Leaphart1881 -
  3. Mammie W. LeaphartAbt 1886 -
  4. Julia Bell LeaphartAbt 1889 -
  5. Thomas G. LeaphartAbt 1892 -
Facts and Events
Name Wade Leaphart
Gender Male
Birth[1] ABT 1855 , Lexington, SC
Census? 1860 Page 112, Vicinity of Rocky Well, Lexington, SC
Marriage ABT 1876 to Maria J. UNKNOWN
Census? 1880 Page 32, District 130, Gilbert Hollow, Lexington, SC
Census? 1900 Sheet 3 A, District 92, Columbia Ward 4, Richland, SC
Census? 1910 9A, District 82, Columbia Ward 2, Richland, SC
Census? 1920 Sheet 1 A, District 88, Columbia Ward 4, Richland, SC
Death[2][1] 12 NOV 1920 , Richmond, SC
Occupation[1] Clerk, Traveling Salesman
Burial[1] Elmwood Cemetery


The Sate - 29 Dec 1894 "A False Accusation Mr. Wade Leaphart Charged with House-Breaking, But Discharged. Mr. Wade Leaphart, a prominent citizen, merchant and postmaster, at Lewedale, S. C. was arrested on Monday last by Constable Brunson and incarcerated in Lexington jail on the charge of breaking into the dispensary at Lewedale. After a preliminary examination before Trial Justice Muller at Lexington on Thursday last, Mr. Leaphart was entirely exonorated [sic] and was discharged. He was represented by Messrs. J. Brooks Wingard and A. M. Boozer. The State was represented by G. T. Graham, Esq. The testimony against Mr. Leaphart was the flimsiest character, and many of his friends are naturally indignant that a citizen, bearing a character for strict integrity, should thus be subjected to humiliation. Some of then say it is political prosecution. Mr. Leaphart is an outspoken conservative."


The Sate - 13 Nov 1920 “Wade Leaphart Dies Funeral to Be Held at Residence on High Street Today Wade Leaphart of Shandon, traveling salesman, died yesterday morning at the Baptist hospital following a short illness. Mr. Leapart was 65 years old and a resident of Columbia for many years. He was an active member of the Main Street Methodist church and a man of sterling Christian character. Mr. Leaphart’s business connnections have carried him all over South Carolina dn into neighboring states, where he has made countless friends. He was also well known in commercial travelers’ organization circles. His is survived by his wife, three sons, John W. Leaphart, A. F. Leaphart and T. G. Leaphart, all of Colombia and two daughters, Mrs. J. M. Johns of Jessup, Ga., and Miss Julia Leaphart of Columbia. The funeral will be held at the residence, 821 High street this morning at 11 o’clock, the Rev. R. S. Truesdale, paster of the Main street services. Interment will be in Elmwood cemetery.”

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