I have found the following information on the internet using www.google.com/
State of South Carolina, Cherokee County - deaths 1915-1925:
Limestone (this is a township - also listed as such in the US 1880 Census)Spartanburg County: I. J. Bright70 yearsdied 2 July 1918 male buried Draytonville Church.(Thus born in 1848)
Elizabeth M. Brightl yr old died 20 Aug 1916 buried Draytonville Church
Johnnie Brightage 1 yr 24 days -died 29 May 1916 Oakland Cemetery
DRAYTONVILLE:LEE BRIGHT64 years (thus b. 1853) died 1 June 1917buried Draytonville Church
(Draytonville is now in Union County, SC)
Draytonville:Susan A. Bright63 years old died 13 Sep 1916buried Draytonville Church (thus born 1853)
Morgan (township or town): Zeno Bright 3 years old died 30 June 1915buried: Bright Family Graveyard
there were also Mc Craw family members listed - which according to the US 1880 Census lived in Limestone and intermarried with the Bright and Clary families - they lived next door to each other.
Note: Chesterfield Bright and wife Louisa and family are listed on the 1880 US Census as living in Limestone Springs, Spartanburg, SC. He was born 1824 in SC.Other accounts list him as born 1833.This is not my line so I do not know which is correct.
I have searched the records on the internet for the Clary, Salley, and Young families, but no Louisa in those lines, nor in the McElraths who also married into the Bright clan.
Louisa Bright (wife of Chesterfield) may have had a first name - like Martha Louise or something , which makes her difficult to find.
In the 1880 Census of US: Terissia Young age 45 - widow - born 1835 SC is listed as mother-in=law living with Thomas G. McCraw in Limestone. I wonder if Terissia Bright were named for her?
Della Bright could be short for Cordelia or Delia, or Adalissa or Adaline - which are listed in the US 1880 Census as names similar to Della or Adella.