City Directories and History: 1908 – R.S. Hanna, 1917 – Mrs. M.C. Caveny, Mrs. L.H. Stultz, 1936 – John T. Givens, 1963 – William R. Hanes, James A. Haynes
The Herald on Jan. 16, 1901 reported, “Dr. R.S. Hanna has bought the vacant lot on Hampton St., opposite the residence of Dr. Bays, and will begin the erection of a modern and convenient house.”
On April 17, 1901 the Herald reported architect, H.E. White has completed plans for a six room cottage for Mr. R.S. Hanna on the lot on Hampton St., in front of the home of Mr. J.B. Heath.
The Rock Hill Journal reported on June 22, 1901 – “That R.S. Hanna is having his new residence on Hampton Street painted: the color is pearl gray, white trimming, with green blinds.”
This was the long-term home of the Givens family.
The widow of Wm. J. Caveny (Cavney), Mimosa was living at this address in 1915 -16 when the McElwee Store ledger listed her as having an account.
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