“To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven: A time to
be born, and a time to die; a time to plant and a time to pluck up that which is planted.”
Ecclesiastes 3: 1-2
Mrs. Priscilla G. Bush was born on March 9, 1965, in Darlington County. She
was the daughter of the late Abe Issac,Jr. and Lillie Ham Mumford. She received
her formal education in the Darlington County public school system.
Priscilla was employed with the New York City Department of Education as a
Priscilla’s joys were spending time with her family, cooking and dancing the
night away. She was especially fond of taking time to travel to South Carolina to
visit with her family there.
Priscilla was a devoted and loving wife, mother to her five children and
grandmother to her six grandchildren. She was outspoken, humorous, loving,
full of laughter and committed to helping others whenever possible.
In addition to her parents, Priscilla was preceded in death by three brothers:
John, Harvey and Levern Ham; three sisters: Laura Cranford, Ruby Graham,
and Patricia Ham; and two fathers-in-law: Archie McCall and William
Those left to cherish her memories are: her devoted husband, Leroy Bush
of Brooklyn, New York; children: Raven, Dewayne, Nuanna, Trianna and
Diamond Bush all of Brooklyn, New York; grandchildren: Tyliek and Raykim
Bush, Jayanna Whigham, Keyanna and Khamel Owens and Aquasya Meadows;
sisters: Sheida Moses, Pattie Singletary and Adonna Miller (Darlington, SC) and
Janice Toney (Frederick Jackson) of Society Hill, SC; brothers: James Ham,
Johnny Isaac (Darlington, SC), Wilbert Mumford (Audrey Ham) of Winston
Salem, NC and Albert Soloman (Hartsville, SC); mother-in-law: Marie Bush
(Staten Island, New York); sisters-in-law: Jennifer and Michelle Bonaparte
(Staten Island, New York) and Jessie Mae Richardson (Darlington, SC);
brothers-in-law: William Bush (Staten Island, New York) and Archie and Steve
McCall (Darlington, SC).
She also leaves behind a host of uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews, cousins and