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Listed below are the obituaries of Sarah Ellen Goldsmith, the widow of James Warren Goldsmith, their son, Samuel Lewis Goldsmith, and his wife, Annie (Teat) Goldsmith. I have searched for the obituary of James Warren Goldsmith, which would most likely give us more information about him, in the June 1877 Greenville, SC Newspaper, but haven't found anything as of yet.
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The Greenville, SC Paper - 1 Feb 1893

Death of Mrs. S. E. Goldsmith

On Monday, January 23, Mrs. Sarah Ellen Goldsmith, widow of the late J. W. Goldsmith, died after a brief illness at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Dr. Richardson of Piedmont. Her death was the result of typhoid fever and was unexpected by her family. The deceased was about fifty years of age, and was a sister of Col. T. L. Woodside, of our city, and a sister-in-law of Capt. William Goldsmith. She leaves six children, five sons and the daughter mentioned above, and with whom she had been residing for some time.
 For many years she had been a consistent member of the Presbyterian church at Fairview, and the funeral services were held there at 1 o'clock last Wednesday afternoon.

The Greenville News, 19 Jul 1949, Obituaries

S. L. Goldsmith is Dead at the Age of 73
 Samuel Lewis Goldsmith, 73, of the Simpsonville section of Anderson County, near Piedmont, died at his home at 9:10 o'clock Monday night following an illness of little less than two months.
He was a native of Greenville County and a son of the late James Warren and Sarah Ellen (Woodside) Goldsmith. He moved to Piedmont when he was 16 years of age and had been associated with the Piedmont Manufacturing Company for more than 53 years.
Mr. Goldsmith was a member of the Piedmont Presbyterian Church and at the time of his death was serving on the board of elders of the church. He was a member of the Men's Bible Class and of Camp 11, Woodmen of the World, at Piedmont.
His wife, Annie Teat Goldsmith, died September 3, 1946.
Mr. Goldsmith is survived by two sons and two daughters, Sloan E. Goldsmith of Greenville, George W. Goldsmith of Liberty, Mrs. I. L. Cooksey of Spartanburg, and Mrs. W. F. Rhame of Nashville, Tenn.; one brother, Thomas R. Goldsmith of Greenville, one sister, Mrs. Noah T. Richardson of Montverde, Fla.; and eight grandchildren.
Funeral announcements will be announced from the offices of James F. Mackey & Sons, morticians.

The Greenville News, 4 Sep 1946, Obituaries

Mrs. Annie Goldsmith

Mrs. Annie Goldsmith

Mrs. Annie Goldsmith, 71, wife of S. Lewis Goldsmith of Piedmont, died last night at 10 o'clock at a local hospital following several months of declining health.

She was a native of Athens, Ga., daughter of the late J. E. and Serletia Elizabeth Edwards Teat, and had spent the last 53 years in Piedmont. She was a member of Piedmont Presbyterian church.

Surviving are her husband, two sons, Sloan E. and George W. Goldsmith; two daughters Mrs. I. L. Cooksey and Mrs. William F. Rhame; one brother, J. N. Teat; and one sister, Mrs. Lettie Williams.

Eight grandchildren also survive.

Funeral plans will be announced later from the Mackey mortuary.

 

 

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