City Directories and History: 1901 – Rev. Hezekiah Webb Bays, 1908 – Rev. R.E. Stackhouse (Rev. Robert E. Methodist Minister), 1917 – Rev. E.S. Jones, Mary J. Green (rear), 1922/23 – Rev. G.C. Leonard, 1936 – Robby E. Bell (#351) James F. Lupo (#357), 1963 –
Robert A. Blanks, Margaret Bell
The Herald reported on Dec. 15, 1900 – “Ms. Willie Bays has been sick at her home on Hampton Street.”
The RH Record reported on Jan. 28, 1909 – “Repairs are being made to the Methodist District Parsonage on Hampton Street.”
The Herald reported on Dec. 2, 1918 – “Dr. A.E. Young of this city, formerly of the Standard Drug Company, has bought the Holroyd residence of Hampton Street which is now occupied by J.M. Youngblood and Family. Dr. Young’s family will move in after the first of the year. This was the property of the family of the R.L. Holroyd, former presiding elder of the Rock Hill Methodist District, who died here several years ago.”
This was the Methodist Supt. home after it was closed as a boarding home. The McElwee Store ledger states that Ms. Lucille Sales, a local teacher) boards at this location and hold an account at the store. DEMOLISHED
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