South Carolina was first colonized about 1671 on the Ashley River in the Southeastern part of the state. The first Ussery records of SC are dated 1772. One unfortunate fact is that between 1778 and 1911 no marriage bond or license records were required. In 1769, the province of SC was divided into seven judicial districts. Townships were added in 1795. In 1798 the nine districts were divided up into twenty four districts or counties. (Usry Bul #8)
Charlotte Observer. Oct 8, 1999 -- Grace Ussery Lefler, 100, of 7014 River View Road, died Thursday, October 7, 1999 at McLeod Regional Medical Center, Florence, SC. Funeral is 11 AM Saturday at Norwood First United Methodist Church, the Rev. Eddie Black officiating. Burial is in Salem United Methodist Church Cemetery, Albemarle.
[Amanda Grace Ussery Lelfer was born April 27, 1899.]
SC Dept. of Archives and History Alphabetical Index:
USRY, Peter - Account audited (file no. 7998) of claims growing out of the American Revolution. 1776 or later. Entry Nos. 0015-003-0149-00416-00
Usry Bulletin No. 8: Revolutionary War - Peter Usry AA-7998-2591-7106-6241 AA 7998: State of South Carolina, 1782 To Peter Usry (Sr.?) As Private in Capt. Saml. Price Company and Col. McDonald Regiment, 112 days duty. Personally appeared Peter Usry, who swears that the above is just and true. Sworn to before me this 7 day of August 1783. No voucher. Mr. Peter Usry, his accounty of 112 days duty in the military in 1782. Amount, 56 pounds currency, or 8 pounds sterling. J. Mc.
USSEREY, William: Warren, William, Plat for 150 acres in Granville Co. Jul. 17, 1772. Entry Nos. 0009-003-0021-00334-01 USSERY, Inez S. : Sanders, Mrs.I.M., Map of 9 Tracts of Land in Barnwell County Containing 739.50 acres, surveyed and subdivided by Richard Rhett. (Bk. 7, pg 80). Dec. 1915. Entry Nos. B1AC-900-0003-02078-00 USSERY, William: Ussery, William, Plat for 400 Acres in Granville County. May 12, 1772. Entry Nos. 0009-003-0020-00446-01
USSERY, Robert P. b.13 Jun 1875 d.9 Jun 1953 [Robert Pinkney Ussery, son of Martha Jane Bailey and Charles Evans Ussery] YOUNG. Clyde F. b.1904 d.1983 Ruth U. b.1906 d.1991 [Ruth Ussery, dau of Robert P. Ussery] Enoree B. Ussery b. Dec. 24, 1888 d. Aug. 20, 1959
Abbeville County Census
1800 U.S. Census: Page 22 - Abner Essery 2010 10100 (Abner is 16-26) Page 51 - Jonathan Essery 01001 11001 (Jonathan is over 45) Page 51 - Joseph Essery 10110 20010 (Joseph, 26-45)
Miller S. Widener 1903 - 1972 Laura Coxwell Usry Widener 1896 - 1971 A Loving Mother & Gaggy Leonard D. Widener 1911 - No Date Double Marker with Summerie K. Widener Summerie K. Widener 1922 - 1978 Double Marker with Leonard D. Widener Robert F. (Ussery) Son Of C. H. And H. L. Ussery December 23, 1944 February 10, 1945 Our Darling First Baptist Church of Windsor Cemetery Nicie Nunn Ussery b. Sep. 16, 1907 d. Sep. 6, 1997. Second wife of Charlie H. Nunn
Barnwell County, SC
Created 1798 Formed from: part of Orangeburg District Civil War:
1st SC Infantry, Company A: Angus P. Ussery, Pvt, transferred from a Florida Regiment J. B. Ussery, Pvt, Barnwell aged 21; wounded at Gettysburg James M. Ussery, Pvt., aged 28, from Barnwell Joseph Wyatt Ussery, aged 36, from Barnwell; 1st Sgt; wounded at Cold Harbor 1862; promoted to 2nd Lt.
1st SC Infantry Regt, Co. A (Gregg's): S.W. Ussery, aged 30, Pvt. from Barnwell; killed at Gettysburg July 1863. Theodore B. Ussery, Pvt. from Memphis, TN
2nd SC Infantry, Co. H: W.D. Ussery, Pvt. enlisted Landcaster Co., Oct 13, 1862; wounded Chicamauga, on rolls June 1864 2nd SC Infantry, Co. L Samuel Ussery, Pvt. 20th SC Infantry, Co. A: John W. Ussery, Pvt 21st SC Infantry, Co. F: Malichos?? G. Ussery, Pvt 2nd SC Artillery, Co. B: Thomas Ussery, Pvt. 19th SC Cavalry, Co. C, (Kirk's Squadron): O'Bannon Ussery, Pvt. From Barnwell; surrendered at Durham Station Hampstead's Legion, Co. G: John L. Ursery, Pvt.
Marriages: Wyatt Ussery and Rosa Belle Best, March 3, 1892
544-544 Squire Ussery 45 m planter S.C. Viney Ussery 45 f Marshall Ussery 20 m Joseph Ussery 18 m Catherine Ussery 16 f Andrew Ussery 14 m Squire Ussery 12 m Patterson Ussery 10 m Lawrence Ussery 8 m Toliver Martin 10 m
1129-1129 Thos. Ussery 29 m planter SC Susan Ussery 19 f John Ussery 3 m Squire Ussery 2 m Elvan Ussery 5/12 f
1134-1134 O'Bannon Ussery 25 m SC Elsey Ussery 25 f SC Columbia Ussery 6 f SC Cynthia Ussery 5 f SC Welcome Ussery 6/12 SC
1860 U.S. Census, Barnwell , SC:
765-765: Ussery, I? W. 55 m SC Ussery, Laura 53 f SC Ussery, James G. 24 m SC Ussery, Ann 21 f SC Ussery, Angus 19 m SC
1134-1135 Ussery, O'Bannon 35 m w SC manual labor Ussery, Elsey 35 f w SC Ussery, Columbia J. 16 f w SC Ussery, Cinthia K. 14 f w SC Ussery, John 10 m w SC Ussery, Washington 9 m w SC Ussery, Melvina 6 f w SC Ussery, Martha 4 f w SC Ussery, Mary 2 f w SC
1870 U.S. Census, Barnwell Co., SC 47-47, Blackville Twp: Ussery, Thomas 50 w m farm laborer SC Ussery, Susan 40 w f SC Ussery, Isom 23 w m SC Ussery, William 16 w m SC Ussery, Pleasant 14 w m SC Ussery, Jefferson 2 w m SC
41-41 Red Oak Twp: Ussery, Angus P. 30 m w farmer SC 1500/490 Ussery, Mary 30 f w SC
192-192 Red Oak Twp: Ussery, J.W. 38 m w rents land SC Ussery, J.H. SC Ussery, Mary F. 21 f w SC Ussery, Joseph 6/12 m w SC
353-353 Red Oak Twp: Ussery, W.O. 46 m w rents land SC Ussery, Elsey 46 f w SC Ussery, John 20 m w SC Ussery, Viney 16 f w SC Ussery, Martha 14 f w SC Ussery, Malony 12 m w SC Ussery, Mary 10 f w SC Ussery, Joel 6 m w SC Ussery, Ida 4 f w SC Ussery, Ambrosis 1 m w SC
71-71 Rosemary Twp: Ussery, Laviny 55 f w SC Ussery, Catherine 30 f w SC
51-51 Blackville Twp: Ussery, Simon 22 m w SC Ussery, Florence 15 f w SC
1880 U.S. Census, Barnwell Co., SC 351-351 Barnwell Twp: Ussery, Angus w m 40 planter SC Ussery, Mary w f 41 wife SC Ussery, Catherine w f 42 sister SC Ussery, Lee w m 10 son SC at school Ussery, William P. w m 7 son SC Ussery, Hampton w m 3 son SC Ussery, Ella G. w f 4/12 dau. SC
425-425 Blackville Twp: Userey, Thomas w m 59 farmer SC SC SC Userey, Susan w f 60 wife SC SC SC Userey,William w m 26 son SC SC SC Userey, James w m 24 son SC SC SC Userey, Jeff w m 12 son SC SC SC
Blackville City Cemetery Ussery, Eugene 9-21-1895 2-17-1986 Freemason Ussery, Phillip Wayne 5-6-1957 12-2-1960 Ussery, Mable F. 5-28-1897 6-19-1964 Land Grants 5 May 1772 William Ussery 400 acres, Stevens Creek Book 20 page 446 19 Nov 1772 William Ussery 400 acres, Granville Book 27 page 377 ------------------
Beaufort National Cemetery Robert J. Usery b. Sep. 12, 1919 d.Jan. 26, 1996 Plot: 60, 0, 1 Clarence Harvey Ussery b. Jan. 8, 1925 d. Mar. 18, 1981
Cheraw District Land Grants Land Grant to William Ussery, 382 acres, 6 July 1789, in Cheraw District; surveyed for him the 3rd day of October 1787, on the north east side of Great Pee Dee River, on Bar Creek bounded north, west and southwest by Duke [Luke?] Robertson's lands, southwest and southeast by William Leggett's. Book 27, page 7; Book 27, page 182; Book 65; page 7, Book 185, page 42.
Edgefield County, 96th District 1790 US Census Jonathan Essary 1 free white male, 16 and up 1 free white female
Granville County (Beaufort District) Land Grant Land Grant to William Ussery, 400 acres, 12 May 1772, in Granville County (Beaufort District) near Stevens Creek and the lands of Peter Day. Book 20, page 446, book 27, page 377.
Created 1798. Formed from part of Washington District. Part of the Original 96th District 1790 Head of Household
(fwm - free white males -- fwf - free white females) William Ussery - 2 fwm over 16- 2 fwm under 16-2 fwf including heads of families. No slaves Thomas Ussery - 1 fwm over 16- 1 fwm under 16- 4 fwf- including heads of families. No slaves. Robert Ussery - 1 fwm over 16- 0 fwm under 16- 2 fwf including heads of families. No slaves.
Book C page 230, dated 1792- land deed from William and Judith Usery to William Stagg, 100 acres on Clear Creek for 50 pounds. (Note: William Stagg was also listed in the 1790 Census of Greenville Co, SC) Book C page 215, dated 1792, land deed from William and Judeth Usery to Neblett Johnson, 110 acres on Clear Creek.
[Note: There is a strong possibility that this William & Judith are the same couple which can be found at William and Judith Ussery
Land grant to William Usery, 398 acres, 5 June 1786, in District 96 on the sides of Cleer (?) Creek of South Tygar. By His Excellency, William Moultrie, for 5/9 sterling money. Book 11, page 671; Book 19, page 248; Book 185, page 41. (Usry Bul #8)
Land Deed: Book A, page 338, dated 1788, William Usery/Ussery (by his mark), sells 100 acres to Thomas Ussery for 50 pounds. A part of the 390 acres granted by Gov. William Moultrie dated 5 June 1786; both sides of Cedar Creek of South Tygar.
Book B:, page 7, dated 1788; Land Deed from William Ussery to William Pearson for 100 acres on Clear Creek S. Tygar.
Lancaster County, SC Land Grants:
Samuel Ussery, Book 61, page 248, 109.5 acres, 4 Aug, 1817. Surveyed for him 21 April 1817 on a branch of Lick Creek, a prong of Hanging Rock Creek; bounded by a line running NE by John Miller's line, NW by John Truesdales, SE by Jorden Ashley's land, NE by James Love's land, SW by John? Horton's. (Andrew Pickens, Esq., 4 Aug 1817)
Samuel Ussery, Book 61, page 253, 12 acres, 4 Aug, 1817.
Land Deed Records:
Richard USSERY RWV was born in 1731 in , Hanover, VA. He died in 1828 in Hanging Rock, Lancaster, SC. He was buried in 1828 in Hanging Rock Cem, Hanging Rock, Lancaster, SC. He was married about 1777 in , , Hanover, VA.
Extracted from microfilm # 0024055, LANCASTER DISTRICT COURT RECORDS: "State of South Carolina Know all men by these presents that I Richard Ussery of the state of South Carolina and District of Lancaster (Planter) for and in consideration of the sum of hundred and fifty Dollars to me in hand paid by Saml Ussery of the state and District aforesaid (Planter) I have granted bargained sold and released unto the Samuel Ussery One hundred and Eleven acres of land it being part of a tract of Lands Granted to William Cato the 5th day of December 1785 ~ Containing six hundred & Seventy five acres lying on the Haning Rock Creek in the District and State aforesaid and by the said William Cato Conveyed to William Ingram the ninth day of October 1796 ~ by the said William Ingram Conveyed to John Ingram the 22nd day of May 1797 and conveyed by said John Ingram to Richard Ussery the 27th day of January 1801 Beginning at a White Ash in the bottoms suppose to be near Daniel Nicols line thence N 11 . SO __ at a Black Oak thence N 69 W 18 to a birch station 30 to a poplar standing in the spring branch N 14 W 28 _______ Corn N 77 C to a corner on the mill stone branch thence down the branch to James Nicols line thence S 56 W 50 to the beginning Together with all and singular the rights members hereditaments & appurtenances to the said premises belonging or in any way ______________ or appertaining To have and to hold all and singular the premises before mentioned unto the said Samuel Ussery his heirs & assigns forever and I do hereby bind myself my heirs Exrs and Admrs to warrant & forever defend all and singular the said premises unto the said Saml Ussery his heirs and assigns _______________ myself and my heirs and assigns and against myself & my heirs and against Every person or persons whatsoever lawfully claiming or to claim the same or any part thereof Witness my hand and seal this third day of March 1810 ~ In the thirty fourth year of the sovereignty and Independence of the United States of America Signed Sealed & delivered in presence of us //Wm L CONNELL// //RICHARD USSERY// John X Kisiah
1799- Book D, page 234: Land deed from Richard Ussery to James Purdy, 100 acres Hanging Rock Creek, for 55 pounds. 1803- Book F, page 152: Land deed from Richard Ussery to John Ingram, 100 acres Hanging Rock Creek, for 55 pounds. 1810- Book G, page 266: Land deed from Richard Ussery to Samuel Ussery, 111 acres on Hanging Rock Creek, $150. 1810--H-69 Richard Ussery, leasor; Samuel Ussery, deed 1814 - Book H, pg 158: Land agreement between Samuel Ussery and George Cook for 112 acres on Hanging Rock Creek, $300 1817- Book I, pagae 5: Samuel Ussery and Alex. Ingram, 4 acres Hanging Creek, $18. 1840- Book N, page 557: Dudley M. Ussery to David Miller. 1847--P-290 Mumford Ussery, Dudley M. Ussery, deed. 1849--P-512 Calvin Ussery, Richard Terrell, mortgage. 1850 - Book P, page 608: Calvin Ussery to Richard Terrell [John Calvin Ussery?] 1853- Book Q, page 397: Calvin Ussery to Moses Hugh 1861- Book S, page 264: John C. Ussery, et al to G.R. Mills 1861- Book S, page 264: Samuel M. Ussery to G.R. Mills. 1863--S-356 D.M. Ussery, Drusilla Rutledge, deed. 1864--S-398 Dudley M. Ussery, Richard U. Maddox, deed. 1871--V-701 W.D. Ussery, J.T.C. Cauthin, deed. 1873--XX-583 Dudley M. Ussery, et al,; Marg. J. Cauthin, deed 1873--XX-583/586 William D. Ussery, et al; Marg J. Cauthin, deed 1874-- A-36 D.M. Ussery, J.H. Gee, deed. $300 for 100 acres; wit: W.D. Ussery and J.E. Ussery. 1875--A-195 D.M. Ussery, et al; Eva Rollings, deed. 1875--A-195 W.O. Ussery, Eva Rollings 1906--P-27 M.L. Ussery et al, F.T. Robertson, deed. 1800 U.S. Census, Lancaster Co., SC Richard Ussery 12001 31011
1810 U.S. Census, Lancaster Co., SC Richard Ussery 11201 32200
1820 U.S. Census, Lancaster Co., SC Richard Ussery 00211 00001
1830 U.S. Census, Lancaster Co., SC. Elizabeth Ussery 1000-2 0100-3101 Dudley Ussery 0000-1 1000-1
1850 U.S. Census, Lancaster Co., SC 9 Oct. 732-432 Usery Duke [Dudley Mask] 30 m farmer 1000 SC Usery Cynthia 30 f SC Usery S.E. [Sarah Elizabeth] 20 f SC Usery John 18 m SC Usery Samuel 13 m SC Usery William Dudley 11 m SC McClure S.C. 60 f SC
1850 U.S. Census, Lancaster Co., SC p. 240, 20 Aug: Ussery D.M. 39 m farmer 3000/1000 SC Ussery Cynthia 39 f SC Ussery Sarah E. 31 f Mantua Maker SC Ussery John L. 28 m school teacher SC Ussery Samuel M. 23 m farmer SC Ussery William D. 17 m farmer SC Ussery Elizabeth 53 f mantua maker SC
1870 Census, Lancaster Co., SC
page 410, 49-49, Pleasant Hill Twp., 8 July 1870: Ussery, D.M. 69 m w farmer 600/300 SC Ussery, Cinthia 69 f w SC Ussery, Sarah 41 f w SC Ussery, Elizabeth 63 f w SC
50-50 Pleasant Hill Twp., 8 July 1870: Ussery, W.D. 29 m w farmer 700/200 SC Ussery, Mary 24 f w SC Ussery, John 2 m w SC Ussery, Anna 1/2 f w SC
1880 U.S. Census,Lancaster Co., SC.
page 355, Flat Creek Twp, 279-279; 25 June 1880: Ussery, William D. 39 m w farmer SC SC SC Ussery, Mary S. 35 f w wife SC SC SC Ussery, Anna M. 10 f w dau. SC SC SC Ussery, Carrie L. 3 f w daug. SC SC SC Ussery, Sarah D. 1 f w daug. SC SC SC
356-356: Usry, Sarah E. 50 f w SC SC SC Usry, Elizabeth 70 f w aunt SC VA VA
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Hi, Just recently in trying to find the name of the husband of my direct ancestor Lovell Miller I came across your Ussery site. Lovell Miller had many brothers and sisters among them a Mary Miller born c1826 according to a family Bible. Her father's will of early 1850's referred to her as Mary Ussery. On the 1850 Lancaster Co SC p158 census we have found C Usery/Ussery age 27 [b 1823] listed as a school teacher M Ussery age 25 [b1825 we believe this is Mary] G F Usery age 1 But of course the 1850 Lancaster Census p18 in the hh of DM Usery had a John Usery age 18 and the 1860 Lancasterp 210 lists in the hh of D M Ussery John C Ussery age 28 [b 1832] school teacher On the 1860 Lancaster Co SC p189b census we found Sarah C Ussery age 8 living in the hh of her aunt and uncle J. A. & Frances Bird 1860 Lancaster Co SC p 197 we found George F Ussery age 10 in hh of another aunt John & Mina Ann Cook We have conjectured that the Sarah C. and George F Ussery were both children of Mary Miller Ussery and the C. Ussery on the 1850 census and that possibly Mary had died after the birth of Sarah but where was her husband in 1860. The John C. with D M Ussery doesn't seem to fit as age is off and he apparently was with his father in 1850. But if he died in the war between the states that would explain why we've not found him on later census. A couple of the land transactions in Lancater co. listed on your site were also interesting: 1849 Calvin Ussery /Richard Terrell 1850 Calvin Ussery to Richard Terrell 1853 Calvin Ussery to Moses Hough as Mary Ann Miller Ussery's maternal grandfather was a Terrell. I am wondering if you could forward my questions to the appropriate researcher for this family in Lancaster Co. I would be glad to share the Miller family information I have with them if we can decide how this Ussery connects. You have a great site - easy to navigate and well laid out. Thank you for any help. Sue Brooks Lancaster, SC email email@example.com
Spartanburg 1840 Census:
U200 USE John H. 157 No Twp Listed U260 USRY James 068 No Twp Listed
1792-1795: Book D, page 33: To William Ussery from West Harris, land near waters of Buck Creek. Wit: Philip Ussery, Samuel Ussery, and James Morris. 1795: Deed to William Jordan from William Ussery, 200 acres near waters of Little Buck Creek. Wit: Joseph Morris, Larkin Bethel. 1808-1809: Book M, page 112: Deed from John and Polley Poole to Richard Turner, 182 acres on Cherokee Creek. 1836-1837: Deed from James Usry to Robert White, trustee. 150 acres on Brown's Branch, Lawson's Branch of Pacolet River. 1841-1842: Book X page 106?: Deed to Richard Thomson from James USRY . 118 on Union Road.
Marlboro County, SC Land Deed Index:
6 Jul 1790: Wm. and Sarah Ussery of Marlboro Co. to Thomas Almond, AA-81, 40 pounds sterling; 266 acres Cheraw Dist., NE side great PeeDee on Bear Creek, granted to Wm. Ussery by his excellency Charles Pinckney, Esq., Gov., 6 July 1789. Wit: David Roach, Ralph Braddock. Also mentions Mrs. Pearl Ussery, wife of B.C. Ussery.
29 Sept 1790: William Ussery and Sarrah Ussery to John McKay, AA-147; 382 acres Bear Creek, NE side of Great PeeDee on Bear Creek, granted to Wm. Ussery by Gov. Pinckney, July 6, 1789. Wit: Thomas Hamlee. Grant Book A-5 pg 7
1791- William Ussery to Thomas Almond, AA-81
1791- William Ussery to John McKay, AA-147 (Page 81, name is spelled Usery and Ussery). 200 acres in Cheraw district on NE side of Great PeeDee River on Bear Creek granted by Gov. Charles Pinckney, on 6 July 1789; 40 pounds. Land Grants, 96th District, SC:
5 June 1786- 11-671, William Usery, 398 acres on the side of Clear Creek of South Tygar, by His Excellency, William Moultrie, for 5/9 sterling money.
10 Oct 1788- DB A pg 338-Greenville Co., SC: William Ussery to Thomas Ussery- both sides of Clear Creek of South Tygar River. Part of Grant 5 June 1786- 398A.
10 Oct 1788- DB B page 7-Greenville Co., SC: William Usery of Greenville County to Willliam Pearson- Both sides of Clear Creek of S. Tygar River. Part of grant 398A to William Usery 5 June 1786
4 Feb. 1790- 31-521, William Usrey, surveyed 5 Aug. 1892, situated in Edgefield Co., 96th Dist, on both sides of Sleepy Creek of Turkey Creek, Stephens Creek, and Savannah River., bounded by Peter Durnes SW, by Michael Shavers, west vacant; NW by Mercer Smith and Sleepy Creek.
3 Apr. 1792-DB C Page 230- William Usrey of Greenville County to William Stags- 100A southside of Clear Creek of Tygar River. Part of grant for 398A to William Usrey 5 June 1786
3 Apr. 1792-DB C Page 215- William Usrey of Greenville County to Neblet Johnson of Greenville County. Both sides of Clear Creek of Tygar River. Part of grant for 398A to William Usrey 5 June 1786
7 Oct. 1793- 34-131, Bob Usrey, surveyed for him 19 Dec. 1789, on flat branch of the Checkaroo on the north fork of the Salada Run, in the mountains, bounded on all sides by vacant mountains.
The following is from a letter from Clyda Angeli, March 24, 1998:
Five surveys were made for Ussery's in the newly opened (1784) former Indian land North of the Saluda River. The first (B135) was surveyed for William (Ussery) in May 1785. The SC law at the time said that one must have lived in SC in 1775 for one to receive a grant of vacant 96 District land. When the land was sold we learn that his William was the husband of Judeth, and neither could write. This land was on both sides of Clear Creek of S. Tygar River.
William and Judeth sold part of this Clear Creek land in 1788 to Thomas Ussery. (Not clear on the relationship) These would be the William and Thomas in the 1790 Census. William and Judeth sold the remaining portions of this Clear Creek grant in 3 portions. The first in 1788 to William Pearson. The second in 1792 to William Stags and the third and last in 1792 to Noblet Johnston. Stags and Pearson are in the 1790 Census with Stags near William and Judeth and Pearson is very near a Robert Ussery.
The second (D212) was surveyed in 1789 for Bob Usry, 284 acres on Flat Branch of the Checharoa (same as the North Saluda River) on the North side of Hogback Mountain. No recorded deed in Greenville for the sale of this land.
The third (D178) surveyed in 1791 for a William Ussery was 116A on Terry Creek of Green River. The fourth (D178) surveyd in 1791 for a William Ussery was for 160A on Usrey's Branch of Green River. At the time of these surveys, there was no line between NC and SC. So surveys by each of the States were made in what became the other state when the line was drawn in 1815. These two surveys after 1815 lay in NC. So, one would need to look at NC records of the history of sales of these surveys.
Spartanburg 1840 Census:
U200 USE John H. 157 No Twp Listed U260 USRY James 068 No Twp Listed
1792-1795: Book D, page 33: To William Ussery from West Harris, land near waters of Buck Creek. Wit: Philip Ussery, Samuel Ussery, and James Morris. 1795: Deed to William Jordan from William Ussery, 200 acres near waters of Little Buck Creek. Wit: Joseph Morris, Larkin Bethel. 1808-1809: Book M, page 112: Deed from John and Polley Poole to Richard Turner, 182 acres on Cherokee Creek. 1836-1837: Deed from James Usry to Robert White, trustee. 150 acres on Brown's Branch, Lawson's Branch of Pacolet River. 1841-1842: Book X page 106?: Deed to Richard Thomson from James USRY . 118 on Union Road. The fifth (D466) surveyed in 1793 for Thomas Ussery was 160A on both sides of Green Creek of the South Pacolet. This is the same remote area as Bob Usrey's survey except the South side of Hogback Mountain. This survey was elapsed. (Never granted to Thomas Ussery)
Williamsburg County, SC Obituaries:
USERY-- Roylee McKenzie Usery, 65, of Matthews died Thursday, February 4, 1999, at the home of her daughter. Funeral services for Ms. Usery were held Saturday, February 6, 1999, at Heritage Funeral Home Chapel, conducted by Rev. Grady Faulk. Burial followed in Sunset Memory Gardens in Charlotte. She was born August 28, 1933, in Scranton, the daughter of the late Leroy McKenzie and Lila Sullivan. She graduated from Kingstree High School in Kingstree and Columbia Commercial College in Columbia. She had retired after 34 years with the Department of Defense. She was a member of Pleasant Plains Baptist Church in Matthews and Mizpah Chapter No. 36, Eastern Star in Charlotte. Survivors are: one son, Wade N. (Neb) Usery of Stallings; two daughters, Sherry U. Griffith of Waxhaw; and Susan U. McConnell of Pineville; one brother, Richard McKenzie of Kingstree; and one sister, Elsie M. Swilley of Atlanta, Ga. (Source: The News, Kingstree Communications, Inc. 107 E. Mill St. - P.O. Box 574 - Kingstree, SC - 29556)