Wilson Daily Times, 3 November 1945.
William R. Schumate, a Virginia man who claimed to be conjurer, fleeced several women in East Wilson on repeat visits to town.
- Lula Scott
In the 1900 census of Sumter township, Williamsburg County, South Carolina: farm laborer Taylor Hickson, 34; wife Ellen, 35; children Josh, 10, and Lula, 4; and grandson Mose McKinley, 15.
In the 1910 census of Sumter township, Williamsburg County, South Carolina: farmer Taylor W. Hixson, 44; wife Hester Jane, 36; adopted children Lula, 15, and Sallie, 2; stepson Joseph Fulmore, 9; and servant Tim Johnson, 16.
In the 1920 census of Motts township, Florence County, South Carolina: Taylor Hixson, 60; wife Hester, 42; children Mary, 12, Leland, 10, Roland, 8, and Ellen, 5; son-in-law Charley Scott, 22; his wife Lullar, 23; and son Taylor, 18 months.
In the 1930 census of Jackson township, Nash County, N.C.: farmer Charley Scott, 35; wife Lula, 30; and children Taylor, 11, Ethel, 9, Jonah, 4, Edna, 2, and Ollie May, 6.
In the 1940 census of Wilson, Wilson County: Charlie Scott, 48; wife Lula, 42; and children Olla, 16, William, 21, Johnnie, 14, Edna, 12, Emma, 9, Charlie Jr., 6, Catherine, 4, and Minnie, 2.
In 1943, Johnnie Scott registered for the World War II in Wilson. Per his registration card, he was 25 September 1925 in Williamsboro, South Carolina; lived at 104 Manchester Street; his contact was Lula Scott; and he worked for E.J. O’Brian Tobacco Company.
In the 1950 census of Wilson, Wilson County: at 104 Manchester, farmer Charlie Scott, 55; wife Lula, 52; and children Emma J., 19, cook in cafe, Charlie Jr., 16, Cathrine, 14, Ruby L., 12, Josephine, 4, and Joseph Scott, 2, and Edna Horne, 21, cooks and keeps house.
- Edna Scott
Edna Scott was the daughter of Charlie and Lula Hixson Scott.
- Janie Holiday
In the 1900 census of Calvary township, Clarendon County, South Carolina: Charles Adger, 30; wife Susan, 28; and children James H., 13, Mary, 11, Geo. W., 5, Talmage, 3, and infant, 7 months.
In the 1910 census of Calvary township, Clarendon County, South Carolina: Charlie Adger Sr., 51; wife Susan, 44; and children James H., 22, Janie, 14, Pinckney, 7, Charles W., 4, and Levi L., 2.
In the 1930 census of Jackson township, Nash County, N.C.: widow Jane Holiday, 35, farm laborer; children Mary, 11, Bessie, 9, William, 8, and Levester, 5; brother Levi Adger, 21, and sister-in-law M. Lila Adger, 18. All were born in South Carolina.
In 1945, William Holiday Jr. registered for the World War II draft in Wilson, Wilson County. Per his registration card, he was born 31 January 1923 in Edgecombe County, N.C.; lived at 915 Carolina Street, Wilson; his contact was mother Janie Holiday; and he had been discharged 12 December 1945.
In the 1950 census of Wilson, Wilson County: Janie Holiday, 50, and granddaughter Louise, 15; both born in South Carolina.
Janie Holiday died 3 December 1983 in Wilson. Per her death record, she was born 12 November 1899 in South Carolina and was widowed.