Summer, Rosalyn

Rosalyn Summer Sease, undated.

Lady Principal; English, French and Pedagogy, 1913-1917

Birth: May 18, 1889
Death: May 11, 1981

John Adam Summer (1851 – 1937)
Alice Magdalena Efird Summer (1853 – 1938)

Virgil Bernard Sease (1888 – 1962)

John William Sease (1920 – 2000)

William Carl Summer (1881 – 1966)
Henrietta Lois Summer (1887 – 1887)
Marie Summer Huggins (1892 – 1974)

Holy Trinity Lutheran Church Cemetery
Little Mountain, Newberry County, South Carolina, USA

Source:, # 50465519.


The Herald and News (Newberry, SC), September 18, 1914, p. 8.

Miss Rosalyn Summer, of Pomaria, passed through Columbia yesterday on her way to Mt. Pleasant N. C., where she will become principal in Mont Amoena seminary. Miss Summer is a graduate of Elizabeth college, and has been teaching in the graded schools of Newberry. At Mont Amoena she will teach French and psychology. – The State, 16th.


The Concord Tribune (Concord, NC), July 11, 1916, p. 1.


Miss Rosalyn Summer, who has been Mont Amoena’s popular and competent lady principal for the past two years, will return in the capacity of instructor in English and Pedagogy. Those who have experienced Miss Summer’s thorough and interesting teaching will be glad to note this return.


The Concord Times (Concord, NC), 6 Jan 1919, 1


The following announcement, received in Concord today, will be of interest to many people here. Miss Summer was formerly principal of Mont Amoena Seminary, at Mount Pleasant, and is well known there, as well as in Concord, where where she has often visited. It is as follows:

Mr. and Mrs. John Adam Sumner [Summer]
announce the marriage of their daughter
Dr. Virgin [Virgil] Bernard Sease, Ph. D.,
on Tuesday, December thirty-first
nineteen hundred and eighteen
Pomaria, South Carolina

At Home
after January tenth
621 Belgrove Drive,
Arlington New Jersey