b. 1902 - d. ? Clarendon County, South Carolina CHRISTIAN SISTER . AUNT . FRIEND
The omega of the Pearson Quad, Lucille Pearson, known as "Aunt Cillar." Lucille was a loving, sweet, caring person. She was motherly. A sister, aunt and friend to everyone who crossed her path. She lived a full life by doing for others.
Lucille, the daughter of the late Nathaniel and Ellen Pearson, was born and reared in Clarendon County. She joined Mount Zion African Methodist Episcopal Church at an the early age. Her life was deeply rooted in the Christian faith. As a young adult, she moved to Philadelphia, PA. There she stayed for many years before moving back to South Carolina. During her years in Philadelphia Lucille spending most her time helping her family. Every holiday, even sometimes between she would send boxes of beautiful clothing to her brothers and sister and their children. She would write the name of each person on their clothing.
Lucille's brothers, sister and their children were her prized possessions. She loved them dearly and refused to let anyone speak negatively about them. She felt that her family were above "wrong." Lucille was always very concerned about them.
She touched many lives, in many ways. A very quite and soft-spoken woman, but she was out spoken if something rubbed her the wrong way. Very much her own woman. Lucille a Christian woman was rumored to have never been touched by a man, even through her last days.
Lucille, Aunt Cillar's sweet memory will fondly be remembered by her nieces and nephews.