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He had a deep empathy for those less fortunate than he and, in addition to legal services, provided monetary and material support on many occasions.
Highly intellectual and an avid reader, he was a member of MENSA and enjoyed discussions with family and friends on a wide-range of topics. Glynn and his wife Dana of Taylors; a daughter, Kathleen D. Memorials may be made to All 4 Paws, 708 Petigru Dr., Pawleys Island, SC 29585.
22 William Frederick Austin of Columbia, an attorney who specialized in public utilities law, died Sept. He was married to the late Nancy Dabney Austin, who was known as Becky.
He served as an assistant attorney general, as the chief insurance commissioner and general counsel for the S. He represented both individuals and corporations and was an expert in public utilities law, counting SCE&G and Bellsouth among his clients He was past-president of Guaranty Insurance Co.
Christopher Austin (Lisa) and Eric Theodore Austin (Susan) of Columbia; his grandchildren, Bill III, Curry, Emmy, Hannah, Christopher II, Robin, Drew, Stephen, Erin and Eric Jr.; his brother Patrick Austin (Carol) of Pawleys Island; and sister-in-law, Vivian M. He was an active member of Ebenezer Lutheran Church, where funeral services were held Sept. Memorials may be made to the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America, 322 Eighth Ave., 7th Floor, New York, NY 10001. James Joseph Glynn of Heritage Plantation died Sept. He served four years in the Marine Corps during the Korean War. Why all those multitudes of historical experiences would needlessly complicate the story with exceptions of little relevance to real history.” He found Southern history “thoroughly provincial.” Joyner, who died last week at age 81, became a champion of what he would call large questions in small places with his book about slavery on the Waccamaw Neck, “Down By the Riverside, A South Carolina Slave Community.” Joyner said he watched the pursuit of history turn from Boston, New York and Washington to anywhere that people made history and from Great White Men to the American people themselves, most of whom were neither great, nor white, nor men.
He graduated from Erskine College in 1953 and the University of South Carolina School of Law in 1955. Austin left public office to go into private practice later forming his own law firm, most recently known as Austin & Rogers.
“All history is local history somewhere,” he wrote.
“And yet how little this obvious fact is reflected in the scholarship of slavery.
He attended Greenwood High School and served in the Marine Corps.
Throughout his life and his work, he exhibited a generosity and compassion toward others which was frequently anonymous or known to only a few.
Historians describe the slave community without having probed in depth any particular slave community.