Is this the same John W. Calloway who is the son of John A. Calloway and Susan Elizabeth Robertson.
1860 Mortality Schedule for Greenville Co., SC showed death of John Calloway, age 34, Male, born SC; died August 1859; occupation:school teacher; cause of death Typhoid Fever;number of days ill 35.
Information makes birth of John Calloway ca 1825.
Estate for John A. Callaway (name spelled both Calloway and Callaway within all the papers) is Greenville Estates,Apt. 18, File #81, dated 1859 with William W. Robertson Administrator.
Letters of Administration issued 1 Sep 1859 to W. W. Robertson Petition for sale of perishable property & order filed 1 Sept 1859 Warrant of Appraisement dated 19 Sept 1829 Inventory & Appraisementfiled 21 Oct 1859 Sale Bill filed 21 Oct 1859 (Susan Calloway purchasedfurniture and the silver watch)
Key document: Final Settlement & degree filed 23 March 1863
1863, March 23 --due Estate, among widow and 1 child.....$461.48 1863, April 15--to paid Susan E. Calloway ...$153.82 1863, April 15 -- to paid D. W. Hodges, Guardian of minor---$307.65
Law in SC specified that in the case of intestate death, 1/3 went to widow; 2/3rds to children.Thus we know there is only one child.
Acceptance of the account by the Guardian of minor son, 23 March 1863, Davis W. Hodges.
The name of this minor son can be learned from the index to Probate records of the county:
Calloway, John W. Apt. 22, #41 1863 David W. Hodges Guardian
Do you know the name of John A. Calloway's father?A John A. Calloway was a witness to the documents involving the dispute over distribution of James and Charlotte Prince Calloways negroes and land but he definitely is not her son John B. Calloway.John B. Calloway died in 1865.
But, there appears to be another John A. Calloway still living who was enumerated in the 1860 Census of Greenville who was 40 years old with wife Rebecca.