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History and Heritage in Lynchburg, SC

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His home stood on this site. With his wife, Jane Bayard Wilson, he served as a Presbyterian missionary on the western... hmdb.org

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(Front text) This church was established in 1809. Its first building, a frame church, was built 1.5 mi. N on Broad Br... hmdb.org

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This church was organized in 1872 by Harmony Presbytery with Capt. Joseph Commander (1800-1883) as its first elder. T... hmdb.org

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One mile east stood the home of T.R. English, Presbyterian minister, statesman, delegate to the Secession Convention.... hmdb.org

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Marker front: This church was organized in 1855 by 21 charter members who met in the nearby Methodist church. This Gr... hmdb.org

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Marker Front: This noted humanitarian and educator was born five miles north of Mayesville, S.C., on July 10, 1875. S... hmdb.org

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(Front) This church, founded about 1865, is the first African-American church in Lamar and was long known as Lamar Co... hmdb.org

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- Woods Bay features a geologic formation known as a Carolina Bay. The origin of this elliptical depression is a... wildernet.com

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His home stood on this site. With his wife, Jane Bayard Wilson, he served as a Presbyterian missionary on the western... hmdb.org

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Augustin Wilson

Timmonsville, SC

Augustin Wilson, whose grave is about 150 ft. E. and marked by a partially embedded cannon barrel, was born 1755 in V... hmdb.org

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The Mayesville Story

Mayesville, SC

(Left text) A Railroad Town As with many rural South Carolina towns, Mayesville grew up around a railroad depot. The ... hmdb.org

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Known nationally as "Cotton Ed" and active in 1905 in forming the Southern Cotton Association, Ellison DuRant Smith w... hmdb.org

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(Front text) By Act of 1798, Commissioners were named "To ascertain and fix upon the most central place for the erect... hmdb.org

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The collection consists of guns, uniforms, swords, armor, and some personal items. Rare books and documen... americanheritage.com

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Temple Sinai

Sumter, SC

(Front text) Sumter’s Jewish community, dating to 1815, has long been one of the largest and most influential in inla... hmdb.org

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Rembert Cemetery

Dalzell, SC

This cemetery was established in the early 1780's Francis Asbury mentions in his journal that he buried Abijah Rember... hmdb.org

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Rembert Church

Dalzell, SC

Site of camp meetings where Bishop Francis Asbury preached. First service held about 1786. In 1834 Caleb Rembert deed... hmdb.org

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Oates

Lydia, SC

Oates, a thriving rural community from the 1880s to the 1930s, grew up around a general store built nearby by William... hmdb.org

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(East face) Decr 20 1860 • The Women of Sumter District to their Confederate Dead • Erected 1876 by The Ladies Monume... hmdb.org

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Potter's Headquarters Federal troops commanded by Brig. Gen. Edward E. Potter, on a raid through this area in the las... hmdb.org

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