|Ruth Ann Butler (#47038567)|
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|RUTH ANN BUTLER|
Ruth Ann Butler a native Greenvillian, the ninth child of the late Rev. & Mrs. C. E. Butler. She is a graduate of Sterling High School; Benedict College, did further studies at Clemson and Furman Universities., and presently work at the Greenville Cultural Exchange Center.
One of her hobbies is researching and writing family and church histories. She has successfully traced her own family history back to Africa, and organized the first Butler-Wood Family Reunion in 1982.
Ruth Ann is the founder of the Greenville Cultural Exchange Center, a museum to preserve black history in the upstate of South Carolina. It is located at 700 Arlington Avenue, Greenville, South Carolina.
Ruth Ann has a passion for history. She fills the many requests for information from students of the school district, different colleges, and the news media for information concerning the African American history in the upstate.
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|Anonymous||Edna Gloria Brock Carter|
In doing some research at Shady Grove Baptist Church I notice that Ms Carters records show that she was buried at Pelzer SC.
Shady Grove Baptist Church is in Belton SC
#62895183 is the number on the page that I came across... and it had your name on the page.
I do not know the lady just saw that it said Pelzer and not Belton SC
|Mae Settles||Thanks for Posting Settles Photograph|
Dear Ms. Butler:
Thanks so much for contributing the picture of my cousin Bobby Crafton Settles. Although I left South Carolina as a child, I have fond memories of my time there with Bobby and my beautiful Aunt Essie. On my next trip to Greenville, I will be sure to visit your museum.
I appreciate all of your good work.
Aliso Viejo, CA
Hi Ruth Ann,
I am researching the Wood family for a friend of mine, I would love your help.
Added by Cheryl on Jan 08, 2012 8:24 AM
|Travella Williams-Fowler||Tanganyika Patterson|
Ms. Ruth Ann Butler our families go back many years together. Thanks for your time. You thought enough of my family, to record Tangie's death and burial in a database that will allow her granddaughter to retrieve information about her when she becomes a young lady. Your historical instincts are truly appreciated. I thank you and your dear sisters, Ms.Luella and Ms. Maybelle for the time and tools you shared with Tangie and I as very young girls. It truly, "Takes A Village To Raise A Child." Thank you.
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