THE PAUL VERNON INMAN
Paul Vernon Inman was born in Cherokee County, June 2, 1905, the son of Clough Farrow Inman and Carrie Elizabeth Kendrick Inman. He was the youngest of ten Inman children. He was manager of J. G. Kendrick's Store in Cherokee County and John M. Little's Store in Union County for many years. Later he managed the John M. Little Warehouse and Farmer's Bonded Warehouse, from which he retired in 1972. During World War II, he served as a member of The State Guard.
Frances Lucile Poole Inman, the daughter of William Harvey Poole and Frances Cornelia
Graham Poole, was born January 26, 1912. She is a graduate of Furman
University with a Bachelor of Music Degree. She taught
school for a few years, and has taught piano since her graduation.
Paul and Lucile were married in Gaffney May 7, 1937. They are members of The First Baptist Church, where Paul has served as a deacon and Lucile was organist for many years; and where she continues to do substitute work when needed. She still teaches piano students at their home in Union. As a member of the Philharmonic Music Club, Lucile is a charter member of The Union Music Club.
---Lucile Poole Inman
(From Union County Heritage - 1981)
(Paul died in Nov. 1982 in Union Co. S.C.)