David Rufus Hill

21 thoughts on “David Rufus Hill”

  1. I think its cool now I finally know what D.R. Hill stands for.I would have never thought that it would stand for a persons name.

  2. This article was very interesting i did not know that our school was the name of a teacher. I think you could have mentioned more about where the documents are and what why they were kept but other than that it was great.

  3. I think that him mentioning the opportunity digitize the materials, then donate the documents to the state archives or some other archival agency is a good idea because it will protect the documents and make sure they are well kept so that many more people can get to know about them.

  4. This article is written very well in how it includes specific and factual evidence for everything. However it may become more interesting if there was more information on D.R. Hill Middle School itself just because it was named after him.

  5. 3 cool things I found about my school was D.R Hill was his initials and was his name.Also Mr. Hill went to Furman University.Also they made a scrapbook of all the achievements what Mr. Hill made.

  6. I think this article is very interesting to know about our history of the school I am in right now. Also the school being named after a teacher is pretty interesting.

  7. In my opinion I think his belongings should be posted up on a school bulletin for all to see because he was an important man.

    I was surprised they even found his things from over 93 years ago!

    I did not even know that furman’s been around that long for him to graduate from there.

  8. this article was really interesting and amazing, its cool to find all sorts of stuff from the previous owner of places and find out the origin of places. this was an amazing thing to write about. keep up the good work!

  9. It’s honestly very odd that his wife went to another collage a womans collage in Grennville, while he went to collage at Furman University. He was the super attendent of the district five, But before that he was a princepal.

  10. One interesting thing about the article is that I learned what the “D.R.” in D.R. Hill middle school mean and they mean David Rufus. He also worked in the District 5 office during the 1950’s. He went and graduated from Furman University in 1924. We found his old stuff in one of the attics.

  11. You could have used more information on the pictures you found,but it was very interesting to find cool facts about D.R. Hill.

  12. He was the Superintendent of the district. Also he was a principal at Byrnes High School after he was the Superintendent of the district. He graduated from Furman Colledge in the year of 1924.

  13. He was the Superintendent of the district. Also he was a principal at Byrnes High School after he was the Superintendent of the district. He graduated from Furman Colledge in the year of 1924.

  14. I think the document was really interesting. I think it was nice for y’all to dig up that information, because some of us did not know about it. Thank you.

  15. Mr. Hill graduated to Furman in 1924. His intitals are our schools name. They also made a scrapbook of his achevements

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