Mark Prince
b. 29Apr. 1812, d. 1894
Anderson Co. SC

Louisa Love Prince
b. 1849, d. 1914
Sarah Ann Prince
b. 1843, d. 1925
SC, d/o Mark Prince


Jane Cash McKee
W/o Mark Prince
b. 21 July 1820 d. 1987
Anderson Co. SC
Ancestor of James Kirby

James Leslie Prince was in the National Guard and served in Texas as a part of The Traynham Guards, who were sent there to guard against Pancho Villa. He was then stationed at Thicketty Creek Bridge, between Spartanburg and Cherokee Counties, SC, where my grandmother met him and would bring him water. He later served his country during WWI in France, in Co. D, 118th Infantry, 30th Division, a part of The Old Hickory Division, against the Germans. He finished his time as a rifle range instructor at Fort Dodge, Iowa in 1918. He joined the Police force of Laurens, SC, and became the Chief of Police in the late 1940's.
Grandfather of Leslie Prince

Standing: James Wiley King and wife Louisa Ella (Molly) Williams
Mary Melissa Prince King Huff and grand daughter Ethel King
Grandmother Of Rita Tanner

This is a family Portrait of W. H. McKee and Louisa Love Prince, with some of their children and grandchildren. The photo was taken a few years before her death in March of 1914.
d/o Mark Prince

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