Births - Dec. 28-Jan. 14

January 28, 2014 

Piedmont Medical Center, Rock Hill

•  Jason and Elizabeth Burns of Lake Wylie are the parents of son Jackson Stephen Burns born on Dec. 28. Mrs. Burns is the daughter of Arnold and Rosemarie Engelhardt of Palm Coast, Fla. Paternal grandparent are Lawrence and Lora Burns of North Plainfield, N.J.

•  Kyle and Lauren Pursley of Rock Hill are the parents of son Carter Lawrence Pursley born on Jan. 2. Mrs. Pursley is the daughter of Randy Blackwell of Rock Hill and Lisa Hendrix of Lake Wylie. Paternal grandparents are Steve and Susan Pursley of Clover.

•  Dustin Mountain and Alisha Davidson of Clover are the parents of daughter Kyla Victoria Mountain born on Jan. 4. Davidson is the daughter of Jamie and Misty Bost of Mooresville, N.C. Paternal grandparents are Mark and Stephanie Mountain of Clover.

•  Michael Wilson and Ashley Watson of Clover are the parents of daughter Aubry Grace Wilson born on Jan. 5. Watson is the daughter of Gary and Tammy Watson of Rock Hill. Paternal grandparents are Kenneth and Tammy Wilson of Clover.

•  David and Nicole Harbert of Clover are the parents of son Noah Tyler Harbert born on Jan. 5. Mrs. Harbert is the daughter of Phil and Michelle Lovelace of New York. Paternal grandparents are Bill and Barbara Strange of Rock Hill.

•  Zack McGraw and Emily Sutton of Clover are the parents of son Greyson Zackary McGraw born on Jan. 7. Ms. Sutton is the daughter of Scott and LeaAnne Foster of Clover and David and Cheryl Sutton of Visala, Calif. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Paul and Nancy Meeks of Clover.

•  Michael and Haley Brooks of Rock Hill are the parents of son Titus Michael Brooks born on Jan. 14. Mrs. Brooks is the daughter of Bobby Funderburk and Robyn Ramsey of Clover. Paternal grandparents are Michael Brooks Sr. and Maryann Brooks of Rock Hill.

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