J. K. Inman Family
James King Inman, Jr. (b. 13 May 1930), son of King and Lillie Bell
Inman, and Jacqueline Goldsmith (6 August 1935), daughter of Mark and Onie Goldsmith, were
married on July 24, 1955, in Aveleigh Presbyterian Church, Newberry.
J. K. graduated from Newberry High School and attended Newberry College. He was a member of the South Carolina Highway Patrol for 34 years. He retired in June 1987 and now does carpentry as a hobby. He is an active member of the Civitan club.
Jackie graduated from Newberry High School and for several years was a homemaker. Later she became a bank teller, employed by NCNB Corporations, Newberry, where she continues to work.
The Inmans are active members of Aveleigh Presbyterian Church, serving as Sunday School teachers, members of the Diaconate and Session, and of other committees.
They have two children, James Kenneth and Natalie Elaine. James Kenneth (b. 28 September 1957) graduated from Piedmont Techinical College with a degree in industrial electronics. He is employed by South Carolina Electric and Gas Co. He is active in St. James Lutheran Church with the youth group. On July 27, 1986, he married Mary Beth Wicker, a teacher at the Park Street Elementary School, Whitmire.
Natalie (b. 18 November 1962) finished Lander College and now teaches at Mid-Carolina High School. She is the youngest woman to be elected a deacon in Aveleigh Presbyterian Church. On April 11, 1987, she married Mark Joel Horne, who is employed by S.C. Electric and Gas Company.
From "The Bicentennial History of Newberry Co., SC."