Hattie McKee Wilson Family

Descendants of Hattie Belle McKee

Generation No. 1

        1.  Hattie Belle3 McKee  (Andrew Logan (Mims)2, Unknown1 Mims) was born December 20, 1890 in Laurens County, South Carolina, and died March 17, 1965 in Spartanburg, Spartanburg County, South Carolina.  She married Sammie Washington Wilson Abt. 1910 in Laurens County, South Carolina, son of W Wilson and Melissa Long.  He was born December 06, 1889 in Greenville County, South Carolina, and died June 28, 1965 in Spartanburg County, South Carolina.

 

Notes for Hattie Belle McKee:

Memories of Virginia Heaton

Aunt Hattie had a very sweet personality, much like mothers (Minnie). She and Uncle Sam were a very close and loving couple.

As she got older her mind started to go. One day she got mad at Uncle Sam and chased him down the street with an axe. They had to put her in the State Mental Hosptial on Bull Street.

Obituary                                Spartanburg Herald

Service for Mrs. Hattie Bell McKee Wilson, 74, wife of S. W. Wilson, 12 Hayward St., Drayton; services 4 Friday, Drayton Baptist Church;; the Revs. Hayward Camer, W. S. Thorrne; burial Sunset Memorial Park.

Mrs. Wilson died Tuesday after long illlness; daughter of the late Andrew and Mary Jane Puckett McCKee; member of Drayton Baptist Church.

Also surviving: sons, Mack of Spartanburg, the Rev. Jodie Wilson,  Ft. Lauderdaale, Fla.; daughters, Mrs. Lules Trail, Spartanburg, Mrs. Temple Duggins, Drayton; sisters, Mrs. Lizzie Hill, Laurens; Mrs. Minnie Patton, Greenville; Mrs. Andrella Thomas, Danville, Va; brothers, Jodie McKee, Laurens; 12 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren.

Body at home of daughter, Mrs. Trail, 469 S. Church St. after 10 today.  Pallbearers are nephews.  M. W. Bobo Funeral Chapel.

Obituary                                Greenville News

Drayton—Mrs. Hattie Bell McKee Wilson, 74, of 512 Heyward St. died Wednesday after a long illness.

A daughter of the late Andrew and Mary Jane Puckett McKee, she was a member of Drayton Baptist Church.

Surviving are her husband, S. W. Wilson of Spartanburg and Rev. Jodie Wilson of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla; two daughters, Mrs. Lulee Trail of Spartanburg and Mrs. Tempie Duggins of Drayton; three sisters, Mrs. Lizzie Hill of Laurens, Mrs. Minnie Patton of Greenville and Mrs. Andrella Thomas of Danville, Va; a brother, Jodie McKee of Laurens; 12 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren.

Funeral services will be conducted Friday at 4pm at Drayton Baptist Church by Rev. Hayward Comer and Rev. W. B. Thorne. Burial will be in Suset Memorial Park.

The body will be taken to the home of a daughter, Mrs. Trail 469 S. Church St. at 10am Thursday.

 

Notes for Sammie Washington Wilson:

Obituary                Spartanburg Herald

Sammie Washington Wilson, 75, of 469 S. Church St., died at General Hospital Monday afternoon at 5:45.

Native of Greenville County, son of the late Joe and Melissa Long Wilson. Retired textile worker, member of Draytoon Baptist Church, Woodmen of the World; wife was the late Hattie Belle McKee Willson.

Surviving: daughters, Mrs. Loleee Trail of Spartanburg; Mrs. Temple Duggins of Drayton; sons, Rev. Jody Wilson of Ft.  Lauderdale, Fl.; Mack of Spartanburg; sisters, Mrs. Nina Belle Autry; Mrs. Kate Sprouse both of Greenwood,    Mrs. Minnie Lee Pugh of Roanoke, Va.; Mrs. Gladys Sealey of Charlotte. 12 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren.

Family at home of Mrs. Traiil, 469 S. Church St.

M. W. Bobo Funeral Chapel.

 

Children of Hattie McKee and Sammie Wilson are:

+      2                 i.    LuLee4 Wilson, born July 02, 1911 in Spartanburg County, South Carolina; died April 01, 1992 in Spartanburg County, South Carolina.

+      3                ii.    Tempie Wilson, born September 12, 1912 in Laurens County, South Carolina; died May 21, 1984 in Drayton, Spartanburg County, South Carolina.

+      4               iii.    Samuel Maxwell Wilson, born February 15, 1915 in Laurens County, South Carolina; died March 30, 1987 in Sophia, Randolph County, North Carolina.

+      5               iv.    Jodie Rossie Wilson, born October 03, 1919 in Greenwood County, South Carolina; died July 04, 1999 in Lenoir  City, Tennessee.

 

Generation No. 2

        2.  LuLee4 Wilson (Hattie Belle3 McKee, Andrew Logan (Mims)2, Unknown1 Mims) was born July 02, 1911 in Spartanburg County, South Carolina, and died April 01, 1992 in Spartanburg County, South Carolina.  She married Billy Brooks Trail June 25, 1949, son of Walter Trail and Maggie Quinn.  He was born October 27, 1912 in Spartanburg County, South Carolina, and died November 14, 1982 in Spartanburg County, South Carolina.

 

Notes for LuLee Wilson:

Spartanburg Herald Journal                              Obituary

Lulee Wilson Trail

Lulee Wilson Trail, 80, of 318 Hydrick St., died April 1, 1992, at her home.

A native of Laurens County, she was the widow of Billy B. Trail and daughter of the late Samuel W. and Hattie McKee Wilson.  She was a member of Southside Baptist Church and was retired from Drayton Mills after 51 years of Service.

Survivors include a daughter, Janice Trail of the home; a brother, the Rev. Jody Wilson of Spartanburg; two grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

Visitation will be held at the home, 318 Hydrick St., Spartanburg.  Graveside services will be at 2 pm Friday in Sunset Memorial Park by Dr. Benjamin Littlejohn and the Rev. Everett Foster.

In lieu of flowers, memorial may be made to Southside Baptist Church Debt Retirement Fund, 316 S. Church St., Spartanburg, SC 29301.

Floyd’s North Church Street Chapel is in charge of arrangements.

 

Spartanburg Herald Journal                              Obituary

Billy Brooks Trail

Billy Brooks Trail, 70, husband of Lulee Wilson Trail, of 318 Hydrick St., died Sunday morning.

Native of Spartanburg; son of the late W. F. and Maggie Quinn Trail; retired textile employee; member of Southside Baptist Church and the Business Men’s Sunday School Class.

Also surviving; daughter, Janice Trail of Spartanburg; brother, Walter F. Trail of Atlanta; sister, Mrs. Francis Mull of Spartanburg; two grandchildren.

Services 2 Tuesday at Floyd’s North Church Street Chapel by Dr. Gene Adams; burial in Sunset Memorial Park.

Pallbearers: Ralph Gibbs, Elmer Fowler, Alvis Still, Cecil Walton, Theodore King, Tom Bottle, Businessmen’s Sunday School Class will be honorary escort.

Family to receive friends 7 to 9 tonight at the mortuary.

In lieu of flowers, memorial may be made to the Southside Baptist Church Building fund.

 

3.  Tempie4 Wilson (Hattie Belle3 McKee, Andrew Logan (Mims)2, Unknown1 Mims) was born September 12, 1912 in Laurens County, South Carolina, and died May 21, 1984 in Drayton, Spartanburg County, South Carolina.  She married Lawrence Wilson “Red” Duggins December 20, 1928 in Spartanburg County, South Carolina.  He was born August 30, 1910, and died September 11, 1988 in Drayton, Spartanburg County, South Carolina.

Notes for Tempie Wilson:

Spartanburg Herald Journal                              Obituary

Mrs. Tempie W. Duggins

Drayton-Services for Tempie W. Duggins, 71, wife of Lawrence Wilson Duggins of 18 Floyd St., 2 today at M. W. Bobo Funeral Chapel; burial in Sunset Memorial Park.

Memorial may be made to the National Kidney Foundation, Spartanburg Chapter, Box 6181, Spartanburg SC 29304.

Mrs. Duggins died Sunday.

Greenville News   Obituary

Spartanburg—Tempie W. Duggins, 71, of 18 Floyd St. Drayton died Sunday.

She was a retired textile worker and a member of Drayton Baptist Church.

Surviving are her husband, Lawrence Wilson Duggins of the home; a son, Barry L. Duggins of Spartanburg; five daughters, Gladys Bradley of Dallas, TX; Mary Lindsay, Annie Bogan, and Linda Coker all of Spartanburg; and Shirley L. Lester of Newport News, Va; a sister, Lulee Trail of Spartanburg; and two brothers, Maxwell Wilson of High Point, NC and Jodie Wilson of Spartanburg.

Services 2pm Tuesday at M.W. Bobo Funeral Chapel with burial in Sunset Memorial Park.

Visitation 7 to 9pm Monday at the funeral chapel.

Memorials may be made to the National Kidney Foundation.

 

Notes for Lawrence Wilson “Red” Duggins:

Greenville News   Obituary

Lawrence Wilson Duggins, 78, of 18 Floyd St. died Sept. 11, 1988 at Spartanburg Regional Medical Center.

He was a retired employee of John H. Montgomery Mill in Chesnee and a member of Drayton Baptist Church.

Surviving are a son, Barry Duggins of Spartanburg and five daughters, Gladys Bradley of Dallas, Texas; Shirley Lester of Newport News, Va; Linda Coker of Drayton, Mary Lindsey and Annie Bogan, both of Spartanburg; and a brother Clarence Duggins of Charlotte, NC.

Graveside services 11am Wednesday  in Sunset Memorial Park.

Visitation 7 to 9 pm Tuesday at Landford-Pollard Funeral Home, Spartanburg.

The family is at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Barry Duggins, 110 Edison Circle, Spartanburg.

In Lieu of flowers memorials may be made to Arthritis Foundation South Carolina Chapter,  1802 Sumter St. Columbia, SC 29201.

4.  Samuel Maxwell4 Wilson (Hattie Belle3 McKee, Andrew Logan (Mims)2, Unknown1 Mims) was born February 15, 1915 in Laurens County, South Carolina, and died March 30, 1987 in Sophia, Randolph County, North Carolina.  He married Bertie Hayes December 19, 1936 in Spartanburg County, South Carolina.  She was born July 07, 1917.

Notes for Samuel Maxwell Wilson:

Spartanburg Herald Journal                              Obituary

Samuel Wilson

Sophia, NC-Services for Samuel Maxwell “Mack” Wilson, 70,  husband of Bertie Hayes Wilson of Route 1, today at 2 at Glenola Baptist Church; burial in church cemetery.

Mr. Wilson died Sunday.

Cumby Mortuary, Archdale, NC.

Samuel Wilson

SOPHIA, N.C. – Samuel Maxwell “Mack” Wilson, 70, husband of Bertie Hayes Wilson of Route 1, died Sunday at his home.

Native of Laurens; son of Samuel Washington and Hattie McKee Wilson; a resident of the High Point area for six years, after moving from Spartanburg where he was retired from a private delivery company; a member of Glenola Baptist Church.

Surviving: sons, Ronald Carroll Wilson of Siler City, NC, Jerry Lee Wilson of Archdale, NC; sister, Lulee Trail of Spartanburg; brother, Jody Wilson of Spartanburg; two grandchildren; two great-grandchildren.

Services 2 Wednesday at Glenola Baptist Church; burial in church cemetery.

Family will receive friends 7-9 tonight at Cumby Mortuary in Archdale, NC.

5.  Jodie Rossie4 Wilson (Hattie Belle3 McKee, Andrew Logan (Mims)2, Unknown1 Mims) was born October 03, 1919 in Greenwood County, South Carolina, and died July 04, 1999 in Lenoir  City, Tennessee.  He married Alma Louise Guy August 1939 in Spartanburg County, South Carolina, daughter of Fleet Guy and Lula Murray.  She was born February 03, 1919 in Spartanburg County, South Carolina, and died April 30, 2001 in Spartanburg County, South Carolina.

Notes for Jodie Rossie Wilson:

Obituary                                                Spartanburg Herald-Journal         Tuesday, July  6, 1999

The Rev. Jodie Rossie Wilson, 79, of 261 Cherry Hill Road, dieed July 4, 1999 in Lenoir City, Tenn.

A native of Greenwood, he was the son of the late Hattie McKee Wilson and Sam Wilson. He retired as a minister after 23 years and was an Army Veteran of World War II. He founded Woodruff First Freewill Baptist Church in 1972 and co-founded Converse Freewill Baptist Church in 1956. He was associate  pastor at Peace Freewill Baptist Church and former pastor of Davie Freewilll Baptist Church in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. He was a former member of the Sunshine Trio and oof the Carolina Quartet.

Survivors include his wife, Alma Guy Wilson; a  son, Gene Wilson of Fountain Inn; a daughter, Margie  Gahaggan of Wellfoord; 15 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren.

The family will recive friends at 6 tonight at Peace Freewill Baptist Church.

Services will be held at 3 pm Wednesday at Peace Freewill Baptist Church, conducted by the Revs. Johnny Bullman, Kenneth Cash, and Jimmy Alman. Burial will be in Sunset  Memorial Gardens.

Memorials may be made to Peace Freewill Baptist Church, Spartanburg.

Stribling Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Notes for Alma Louise Guy:

Greenville News       Obituary

Alma Guy Wilson, 82, widow of the Rev. Jodie Wilson, of 261 Cherry Hill Road, died Monday, APril 30, 2001, at Mary Black Hospital.

Born in Spartanburg, she was a daughter of the late Fleet and Lula Guy.

Survivors: A son, Gene Wilson, of Fountain Inn; a daughter, Margie W. Gahagan, of Spartanburg; 16 grandchildren; and 20 great-grandchildren.

Visitation: 6 to 9 pm tonight at Peace Free Will Baptist Church.  Service: 2 pm Wednesday at the church, with the Revs. Johnnie Bullman, Kenneth Cash and Jimmy Alman officiating.  Burial: Sunset Memorial Gardens.

Spartanburg Herald Journal

Alma Guy Wilson, 82, of 261 Cherry Hill Road died Monday, April 30, 2001 at Mary Black Memorial Hospital.

A native of Spartanburg, she was the widow of the Rev. Jodie R. Wilson and daughter of the late Fleet Guy and Lula Murray Guy.  She was a member of Peace Free Will Baptist Church and a former employee of Arrow Automotive and Mcdonalds.

Survivors include one son, Gene Wilson of Fort Inn; one daughter, Margie W. Gahagan of Spartanburg; 16 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren and one great-great grandchild.

The family will receive friends from 6 to 9 tonight at Peace Free Will Baptist Church.

Services will be held at 2pm Wednesday at Peace Free Will Baptist Church, conducted by the Revs. Johnnie Bullman, Kenneth Cash and Jimmy Alman.  Burial will be in Sunset Memorial Gardens.

The family is at the home of her daughter, Margie W. Gahagan, 100 Williams St., Spartanburg.

Stribling Funeral Home Duncan is in charge of arrangements.

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