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Due West in Abbeville County, South Carolina — The American South (South Atlantic)
Due West
 
Due West Marker Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, January 23, 2003
1. Due West Marker
 
Inscription.
As early as 1765 the site 6 miles NW known to the Indians as Yellow Water, where the Keowee Path crossed the Cherokee line, was called DeWitt's Corner. In 1777 a treaty between S.C. and the Cherokee Indians was signed there. The present town was first called Due West Corner. Here in 1839 Erskine College the state's first 4-year church college was founded by the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church.
 
Erected 1963 by Erskine College. (Marker Number 1-6.)
 
Location. 34° 20.083′ N, 82° 23.223′ W. Marker is in Due West, South Carolina, in Abbeville County. Marker is at the intersection of North Main Street (State Highway 184) and College Street (State Highway 20), on the left when traveling south on North Main Street. Click for map. Marker is located across the street from the Due West ARP Church. Marker is in this post office area: Due West SC 29639, United States of America.
 
Other nearby markers. At least 10 other markers are within 4 miles of this marker, as the crow flies. Rev. J.I. Bonner Monument (about 700 feet away, in a direct line); Angela Marlow Newton (approx. 0.2 miles away); Erskine College (approx. 0.3 miles away); Abbeville County (approx. 0.3 miles away); Bryson College Memorial (approx. 0.3 miles away); William Moffatt Grier (approx. 0.3 miles away); Camp-Walker Plaza (approx. 0.4 miles away); The Donalds Grange No. 497 (approx. 3.1 miles away); Templeton-Drake Cabin ca. 1764 (approx. 3.1 miles away); Boonesborough Township (1763) (approx. 3.3 miles away). Click for a list of all markers in Due West.
 
Due West Marker -<br>Looking Across Main Street<br>Erskine College Entrance (Left) Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, January 17, 2009
2. Due West Marker -
Looking Across Main Street
Erskine College Entrance (Left)
 

 
Also see . . .
1. DeWitt's Corner. Treaty, 20 May 1777, Treaty ceding all land in SC except small strip in n.w. modern Oconee County. (Submitted on July 15, 2009, by Brian Scott of Anderson, South Carolina.) 

2. Treaty of Dewitt's Corner between the Cherokee Nation and South Carolina, 1777. The Treaty of Dewitt’s Corner ended the Cherokee War of 1776-1777, which took place at the beginning of the American Revolution. In 1776, revolutionary South Carolina faced a threat similar to British South Carolina in 1759. (Submitted on July 15, 2009, by Brian Scott of Anderson, South Carolina.) 

3. Cherokee. The Cherokee are a Native American people originally from the Southeastern United States (Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia). (Submitted on July 15, 2009, by Brian Scott of Anderson, South Carolina.) 

4. Chickamauga Wars. The Chickamauga Wars (1776–1794) were a series of back-and-forth raids, campaigns, ambushes, minor skirmishes, and several full-scale frontier battles which were a continuation of the Cherokee (Ani-Yunwiya, Ani-Kituwa, Tsalagi, Talligewi) struggle against encroachment into their territory by American frontiersmen from the former British colonies. (Submitted on July 15, 2009, by Brian Scott of Anderson, South Carolina.) 

5. Due West, South Carolina. Due West is a town in Abbeville County, South Carolina, United States. (Submitted on August 6, 2008, by Brian Scott of Anderson, South Carolina.) 
 
Corner Creek -<br>Location of DeWitt's Corner Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, July 11, 2009
3. Corner Creek -
Location of DeWitt's Corner
 

6. Erskine College History. Erskine College was founded by the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church in 1839. (Submitted on April 17, 2008, by Kevin W. of Stafford, Virginia.) 

7. Erskine College. A Christian liberal arts college, in Due West, South Carolina, which is a part of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian tradition. (Submitted on December 25, 2008, by Brian Scott of Anderson, South Carolina.) 

8. Erskine College-Due West Historic District. The Erskine College-Due West Historic District, located in the small town of Due West in Abbeville County, South Carolina, consists of eighty-eight properties, which as a unit illustrate the development of the village and Erskine College from ca. 1840 to 1930. (Submitted on August 22, 2008, by Brian Scott of Anderson, South Carolina.) 

9. Due West Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church. The Associate Reformed Presbyterian Denomination (ARP) denomination's roots can be traced to the 17th century Covenanters (the Reformed Church). (Submitted on August 6, 2008, by Brian Scott of Anderson, South Carolina.) 

10. Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church. Official website of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church. (Submitted on December 25, 2008, by Brian Scott of Anderson, South Carolina.) 

11. Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church. The Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church is a small denomination, formed from the merger of the Associate (Seceder) and most of the Reformed Presbyterian (Covenanter) churches in Philadelphia in 1782. (Submitted on December 25, 2008, by Brian Scott of Anderson, South Carolina.) 
 
Detail of Mills' 1820 Map of Abbeville District -<br>Showing DeWitt's Corner Photo, Click for full size
By Robert Mills Atlas, 1820
4. Detail of Mills' 1820 Map of Abbeville District -
Showing DeWitt's Corner
 

12. Cherokee Boundary (1767) - Fountain Inn, SC. Marker denoting the location of the Cherokee Boundary in 1777. (Submitted on December 25, 2008, by Brian Scott of Anderson, South Carolina.) 

13. Cherokee Boundary (1767) - Greer, SC. Marker denoting the location of the Cherokee Boundary in 1777. (Submitted on December 25, 2008, by Brian Scott of Anderson, South Carolina.) 

14. Cherokee Boundary (1777) - Mountain Rest, SC. Marker denoting the location of the Cherokee Boundary in 1777. (Submitted on December 25, 2008, by Brian Scott of Anderson, South Carolina.) 

15. Tryon Mountain - Tryon, NC. Marker denoting the location of the Cherokee Boundary in 1767. (Submitted on December 25, 2008, by Brian Scott of Anderson, South Carolina.) 

16. Lindsay Cemetery. Lindsay Cemetery, established ca. 1820, is significant as the first cemetery in the Due West vicinity of what was then Abbeville District, and for its association with seventeen prominent early families of Abbeville District (later Abbeville County), from the early through the late nineteenth centuries. (Submitted on July 15, 2009, by Brian Scott of Anderson, South Carolina.) 
 
Additional comments.
1. The Treaty of DeWitt's Corner
Hostilities between the Cherokee Nation and the English settlers were ended with the signing of two treaties. The first, signed on May 20, 1777, was the treaty of DeWitt's Corner. Representatives from Georgia, South Carolina, and the Lower Cherokee met at DeWitt's Corner and signed a treaty that the territory now known as Anderson, Greenville, Oconee, and Pickens to South Carolina. The treaty forced the Cherokee to admit that South Carolina troops "did effect and maintain the conquest of all the Cherokee lands, eastward of Unacay Mountain." The treaty opened the region to an influx of Scotch-Irish Presbyterians and French Huguenots. The DeWitt Treaty was the first treaty between two American states (Georgia and South Carolina) and a foreign power (the Cherokee nation).

The second treaty was signed on July 20, 1777 at Long Island on the Holston River by headmen of Virginia, North Carolina, and the Upper Cherokee. Under the terms of this treaty, the Cherokee ceded all land east of the Blue Ridge to the settlers. With the signing of the second treaty, South Carolina took on its familiar triangle shape that is known today.

DeWitt's Corner was located on Corner Creek, at the present-day Abbeville/Anderson County line. To reach the creek, travel north on Highway 20 from Due West. The bridge crossing the creek is located about 1/5 of a mile from the county line.
 
The Erskine College/Due West Historic District Photo, Click for full size
Adapted from USGS map
5. The Erskine College/Due West Historic District
 
    — Submitted August 22, 2008, by Brian Scott of Anderson, South Carolina.

2. Erskine College / Due West Historic District
Description
The Erskine College/Due West Historic District contains fourteen properties of particular architectural or historical significance and seventy-four supporting properties. The district is located in the small town of Due West in Abbeville County, South Carolina, and centers around the Erskine College campus. About one-third of the buildings within the district boundaries are associated with the college. Many of the other buildings, located in the adjacent residential and commercial areas, are or were owned by persons connected with the college. The majority of the buildings were constructed between ca. 1840 and 1930 and reveal an evolution of architecture from the early years of the area's settlement to the early twentieth century. Many of the buildings constructed within the past fifty years, although not considered contributing properties at this time, blend in well with the older buildings and are not considered to be intrusions to the district. Most of the buildings in the district have been continuously used and have been kept in good repair.

Key Properties:
1. Nickles House, West Main Street (ca. 1886): Two-story, weatherboarded,
 
Due West Streetscape Project Marker<br>Northeast Corner of City Hall Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, June 6, 2009
6. Due West Streetscape Project Marker
Northeast Corner of City Hall
Town of Due West Streetscape Project
2004 - 2005
Dedicated to the Citizens, Friends, Businesses,
and the Academic Community of the Town of Due West
September 30, 2006
 
Victorian farmhouse has boxed cornice with returns and decorative brackets. Hipped roof porch has wooden posts with brackets, spindle frieze, and turned balustrade. Porch pediment features spindle frieze with pedants and sawn and spindle tympanum.

23. Euphemian Literary Society Hall, Erskine College Quadrangle (1912): One-story, brick building on a raised foundation. Built in Neoclassical design. It features a large central pedimented portico supported by four fluted wooden ionic columns. The central double doors have an arched fanlight. the interior features a central meeting hall with sloping floor, high ceiling, and tall fluted pilasters. A marble podium from an earlier (1858) building is still in use. H.J. Burdette was the contractor for this building.

25. Erskine Building, Erskine College Quadrangle (1892): Three-story, brick building with central pavilion and two wings. Notable features include two towers and central dome. The west tower has a doomed observatory. The east tower has an octagonal section containing the college clock and features elaborate brick work. Fenestration varies, but all windows have rounded arches. The northeast wall incorporates a section of a wall of the original building (1842) which burned in 1892.

26. Philomathean Literary Society Hall, Erskine College Quadrangle (1859): Two-story stuccoed building in the Italian Renaissance
 
Due West Streetscape Project Marker Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, June 6, 2009
7. Due West Streetscape Project Marker
 
Revival Style. Thomas Veal of Columbia, S.C., was the architect for the building. Facade features a central pedimented pavilion with paired Corinthian pilasters at either side of a Palladian window. Single doorways, with round-headed windows above, are at either end of the central pavilion; colossal Corinthian pilasters are located at the corners of the building. Recessed balustrades are used for decoration.

29. Galloway House, West Main Street at Depot (1897): Two-story Victorian, weatherboarded house. Multiple gables feature decorative bargeboards. Front door is heavily carved and has multi-paned stained glass window. The interior of the house contains the original mantels, molding, wainscoting and decorative details. The rear ell and a shed in the backyard were parts of an early house. The Galloway family was prominent in the development of Due West, Due West Woman's College, and the Associated Reformed Presbyterian Church.

34. Due West Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church (1925) and Cemetery: Two-story, brick building with gabled roof. Two-story pedimented portico had dentil cornice, cartouche with swags, and is supported by four granite Tuscan columns. Central islet steeple is square and had dentil course, louvers, balustrade, pilasters, and dome with an octagonal base.

35. Brownlee-Kennedy House, Church Street (ca. 1800): Two-story, rectangular,
 
Due West Cafe and City Hall Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, December 23, 2008
8. Due West Cafe and City Hall
 
weatherboarded house with gable roof. Recessed, two-story porch is supported by six stuccoed pillars. Central single doorway has sidelights with a decorative surround and corner blocks. second story has a central, single entrance doorway with sidelights opening on to a small cantilever balcony with a decorative railing, modeled after the "Lindsay style." This house is believed to have been extensively altered in the mid 1800s giving it the style that it has today.

48. Sloan-Neel-McCain-Lesesne House, West Main Street (ca. 1840): Two-story weather boarded residence with a two-story pedimented portico supported by four large, square pillars. First story entrance has double doors flanked by four-light sidelights and seven-light transom and features corner block molding. Second story has central balcony supported by decorative brackets and with a decorative balustrade, Single entrance doorway has four-light sidelights and molding, reflecting the "Lindsay style."

52. Lindsay-Bell House, Abbeville Street (ca. 1845-1850): Two-story, square, weatherboarded residence built in the late 1840s by James Lindsay for his son. This house is the last of many houses known to have been built by James Lindsay, although other display the same style. The entrance was a wide, central, single door, mullioned sidelights, transom and fluted trim with corner blocks in a bill's-eye design.
 
Due West Downtown -<br>Decorated for Christmas Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, December 23, 2008
9. Due West Downtown -
Decorated for Christmas
 
Second story has a balcony with decorative railing supported by curved wooden braces. The single doorway had sidelights and fluted trim with plain corner blocks. There are four stuccoed end chimneys.

52a. Student Cabin: Used ca. 1850-1890 as a dormitory. One-story, single room, rectangular building with a gable roof and one exterior end chimney. This is the last remaining of many student cabins which were used before the first dormitory was built. It was restored in the early 1970s and is presently used as a museum.

58. Bell-Mitchell House, Abbeville Street at Cleveland Street (1913): One and one-half-story bungalow with gable roof. Sheathing is weatherboard and shingle. The large porch posts feature guttae trim. Fenestration varies, with several windows having diamond-shaped panes. Gables feature half-timbering and exposed rafters with brackets.

85. Alumnae Memorial Hall, Woman's College Circle (1912): Two-story, Greek Revival style, brick building on a raised brick foundation. The truncated hipped roof has metal shingles. There is a two-story pedimented portico supported by four stout Doric columns. The entablature features triglyphs, metopes, and guttae. The central pavilion has three sets of double doors. The interior contains an auditorium with sloping roof and decorative ceiling.

88. Carnegie Hall Dormitory, Woman's College Circle (1906):
 
Due West Downtown -<br>Looking Southwest Along Main From Near Bonner Street Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, December 23, 2008
10. Due West Downtown -
Looking Southwest Along Main From Near Bonner Street
The banners bear witness to the fact that Due West was the one time home of a female academy, a male academy, and a theological seminary. All three are now combined into one: Erskine College.
 
Three-story, molded concrete block building with a hipped roof. Concrete molding varies with each story. Decorative features include a belt course between the first and second stories, concrete water table, and dentil course around cornice. One-story hipped roof porch is supported by Ionic columns on low piers. The interior features spacious hallways with open staircases, carved mantels, and Ionic columns.

115. Bonner-Burrows House, Hayne Street (1882): One-story, Victorian cottage with a gable roof. Three front gables have bargewoods, cross pendants, and rectangular louvered vents. The boxed cornice has returns and brackets. Flat roof porch is supported by chamfered posts with sawn balustrades and brackets.

Other Properties Contributing to the Character of the District:
2. Ellis-Fleming House, West Main Street (ca. 1924): One-story, weatherboarded residence with cross-gable roof. Hipped roof porch is supported by wrought iron posts on brick piers.

4. Janette Crawford House, West Main Street (ca. 1924): One and one-half-story, weatherboarding bungalow. Front gable has pent roof, tripartite window, and wooden shingles. Windows are four-over-one. Two interior chimneys have corbeled caps.

5. McIlwaine-Ashley House, West Main Street (pre-1911): One-story residence with asphalt siding, two front gables. Hipped roof porch is supported by
 
Euphemian Literary Society Hall (1912)<br>Erskine College Quadrangle<br>Significant Property image, Click for more information
By Brian Scott, December 23, 2008
11. Euphemian Literary Society Hall (1912)
Erskine College Quadrangle
Significant Property
 
four Doric columns on low concrete piers.

6. Seawright House, West Main Street (ca. 1910): One-story, weatherboarded residence with gabled roof. Porch with attached gazebo is supported by tapered posts.

8. Haddon-David-Ferguson House, West Main Street (1907): Two-story, weatherboarded house with hipped roof. One-story, hipped roof porch supported by turned posts with brackets extends across facade and right side.

9. The Andrew May House, West Main Street (1908): Two-story rectangular house with asbestos shingle siding. Central portico has gabled roof with boxed cornice and returns and is supported by four posts with turned balustrade. The house was built in 1908 by Andrew May.

13. Clinkscales-Hagen-Pruitt House, Abbeville Street at West Main Street (1909): One-story, weatherboarded residence with high, hipped, metal roof. Front slope of roof has projecting gable with small, mullioned stained glass window. Hipped roof porch supported by nine turned columns extends across facade and right elevation. Fenestration is two-over-two.

15. Brownlee-Huntley House, Abbeville Street (ca. 1878): One-story, weatherboarded residence with shed roof porch supported by chamfered posts. Two front gables have boxed cornice with returns, sawn brackets, and rectangular louvered vents.

16. Due West Railroad Depot, Depot Street at Bamboolevard: One-story,
 
Erskine Building (1892)<br>Erskine Towers<br>Erskine College Quadrangle<br>Significant Property Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, December 23, 2008
12. Erskine Building (1892)
Erskine Towers
Erskine College Quadrangle
Significant Property
This three-story brick building was erected in 1892 on the same site as the first college building, which was constructed in 1842. It is notable for its towers, town clock, and a central dome.
 
rectangular building with gabled roof and two four-paneled doorways in gable end facade. Shed roof across facade is supported by plain wooden graces. Fenestration (two-over-two) varies to each side. Building is currently used for storage. Andrew May from Donalds, South Carolina, built the depot in 1907-1908.

17. Men's Infirmary, Erskine College Campus (ca. 1920): Small, one-story, rectangular, weatherboarded building with hipped metal roof. Front porch us supported by wood posts with pierced panels and has a simple balustrade. Presently used as the Alpha Psi Omega Society House.

18. Alumni Gymnasium, Erskine College Campus (1929): Tall, one-story, rectangular building with two wings and a truncated hipped roof. Central bay has double doors and projected brick pavilion with arched entrance way flanked by large arched windows. Small single story wings to each side are symmetrical. To the rear is an outside pool.

20. Erskine College Campus: Vacant lot.

28. William Moffatt Grier Statue, Erskine College Quadrangle (1903): This granite statue on a granite base is centrally located on the Erskine College Quadrangle. Grier served as president of Erskine from 1871 to 1899.

30. Old Bank Building, West Main Street (1900): One-story, rectangular brick building. Decorative frieze has corbelled, rat-tooth courses, and recessed brick panels. Flat brick
 
Erskine Building (1892)<br>Southeast Entrance<br>Center Plaque Reads Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, December 23, 2008
13. Erskine Building (1892)
Southeast Entrance
Center Plaque Reads
Scientia Cum Moribus Conjuncta
Erskine College
1849
Rebuilt
1892
 
arches surmount the door and windows.

32. Commercial Building, West Main Street (ca. 1908): One-story, rectangular brick building. Decorative frieze has corbeled cornice, rat tooth course, and recessed, lancet-shaped panels.

33. President's House, East Main Street (1938): Two-story, rectangular, brick residence with hipped roof. Single entrance doorway with fanlight opened onto a small porch supported by two fluted columns. Single story wings with balconies are to each side.

37. Hawthorne-Wood House, Church Street (ca. 1900): One-story, frame residence with two front gables featuring sawtooth shingles. Two interior, stuccoed chimneys have corbeled caps.

38. Todd-McAdams-Pressly House, Church Street (1885): One-story, frame residence with gabled roof and two front projecting gables. Shed rood porch is supported by three turning posts. This house is very similar to the Hawthorne-Wood House (#37).

42. Boyce-Ellison-King House, East Main Street (1911): Two-story residence with hipped roof. Single entrance doorway has multi-paned sidelights and transom and is flanked by windows with diamond-shaped panes. Right elevation has a three-sided, projecting bay with a small rectangular stained glass window.

43. Jamie Pressly House, East Main Street. One and one-half-story, square residence. Recessed porch supported by four stout cement columns.
 
Erskine Building (1892)<br>Southwest Entrance Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, December 23, 2008
14. Erskine Building (1892)
Southwest Entrance
 
Long shed roofed, shingled dormer projects from front slope of roof. Large shingled gable ends dominate side elevations. Rev. J.P. Pressly built the house in 1915.

44. Sharpe-Agnew House, East Main Street (ca. 1840): Two-story, rectangular, weatherboard farmhouse. Hipped roof porch across front and right elevation is supported by six wooden columns on shiplap piers. Many original nine-over-six and six-over-six light windows remain. Two exterior chimneys are stuccoed and scored.

46. Leith-Logan House, East Main Street (ca. 1906); Two-story, frame house with front projecting gable. Hipped roof porch across facade and left elevation is supported by seven plain columns.

47. Bradley House, East Main Street (ca. 1851): Two-story, rectangular residence with hipped roof. First story front two rooms are brick; first story rear and second story are weatherboard. Front projecting pedimented portico is supported by two square brick pillars. Double door entrance has sidelights. Second story has central double doors with sidelights and transom which open on to a small balcony with a decorative railing reminiscent of the "Lindsay style." (See #52.) Windows are twelve-over-twelve; two interior chimneys have corbeled caps.

49. Clinkscales-Pressly House, Abbeville Street at West Main Street, (ca. 1905): Two-story, weatherboarded residence with steep hipped roof.
 
Erskine Building (1892)<br>Southeast Facade Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, December 23, 2008
15. Erskine Building (1892)
Southeast Facade
 
Single story, hipped rook porch wraps around facade and left elevation; it is supported by chamfered posts and has sawn balustrade and brackets. Other decorative features include polygonal bays and pedimented gables.

53. Due West Baptist Church, West Main Street at Abbeville street (1924): Square, brick building with recent rectangular ells on east and south elevations. Small pedimented portico projects from the corner of the building facing the intersection of Abbeville and Main Streets. It is supported by two square posts and has wooden shingles in the gable end. There is a double door entrance. Two projecting gable roof bays on the north and west elevations have boxed cornices and semicircular vents.

54. Clinkscales House, West Main Street (ca. 1912): One-story bungalow with hipped roof. Porch across facade and left elevation is supported by tapered wooden posts on massive brick piers. The house is weatherboarded, and large gables have wooden shingles.

55. McGee-Kennedy-Boyce House, West Main Street at Washington Street (ca. 1880): Two story, brick, rectangular building with pyramidal roof. Double door entrance has sidelights and transom. One-story pedimented portico is supported by fluted Tuscan columns and pilasters. Presently used as the Chi Sigma Society House.

57. Wardlaw-Moore House, Cleveland Street (ca. 1890): One-story, weatherboarded
 
Philomathean Literary Society Hall (1859)<br>Southwest Facade<br>Erskine College Quadrangle Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, February 3, 2009
16. Philomathean Literary Society Hall (1859)
Southwest Facade
Erskine College Quadrangle
Significant Property
This building is the oldest building on the Erskine College Campus. It was designed in the Italian Renaissance style by architect Thomas Veal of Columbia. Constructed in 1859 and still in use, it is the home of the Philomatheum Literary Society. The society meeting room on the second floor features an elaborate ceiling mural and tromp Poeil podium. (Source: Abbeville County by the Abbeville County Historical Society (2004), p 100.)
 
residence with L plan. Porch is supported by five chamfered wooden posts. Boxed cornice with returns has decorative brackets.

59. Art Department Building, West Main Street (ca. 1925): One-story, brick building with stepped parapet, two sets of double doors and large square windows.

60A. Main Street Theater, West Main Street (ca. 1910): One-story, brick, commercial building with recessed double doors. Eleven-paned band of glass and dentil molding extends across facade. Above this are two recessed panels and a corbeled cornice. {Ed. Note: This building no longer stands.]

60B. Exhibition Center, West Main Street: Similar to 60A; band of glass has been boarded up. {Ed. Note: This building no longer stands.]

61. McQuiston Divinity Building, West Main Street (1938): Two-story, rectangular, brick building with hipped roof. Central pavilion had pedimented gable. One-story, flat roof portico is supported by four Doric columns and two pilasters, and is topped by a wrought iron railing. First story windows have fanlights and semicircular arch surrounds with keystone.

62. Due West Hotel, West Main Street (1892): Two-story, stuccoed brick building with stepped parapet. One-story, flat front porch across facade is supported by brick pillars, which were added in 1930, but had original frieze with decorative sawtooth trim. First and second
 
Philomathean Literary Society Hall (1859)<br>Northeast Facade<br>Erskine College Quadrangle Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, March 4, 2011
17. Philomathean Literary Society Hall (1859)
Northeast Facade
Erskine College Quadrangle
 
stories are identical with central wide doors with sidelights and transom flanked by two floor length windows each side. Windows are two-over-two on the facade and four-over-four on the side elevations. Currently vacant. {Ed. Note: This building no longer stands.]

63A. Plaxco's Drug Store, West Main Street (ca. 1908): One-story, brick commercial building with stepped parapet, decorative brick cornice, recessed diamond-shaped brick detail, and frieze. Double door entrance is recessed. On the interior are the original pressed tin ceiling and original display cabinets.

63B. Due West Supply Company Annex, West Main Street (ca. 1908): Exterior design identical to 63A with some alterations.

63C. The Family Store, West Main Street (ca. 1908): Exterior design identical to 63A with some alterations.

63D. Due West Supply Company, West Main Street (ca. 1920): Facade similar to 63A, 63B, and 63C, but was built several years after and has a projecting ell to the rear.

64. Due West Town Hall/Fire Department Building, Bonner Street (ca. 1941): One-story, rectangular, concrete building with single entrance door flanked by four-over-two windows. To right is a two-car garage. Constructed by the Works Projects Administration.

65. Associate Reformed Presbyterian Printing Office, Bonner Street (1894): One-story, brick building. Brick pediment
 
Philomathean Literary Society Hall (1859)<br>Erskine College Quadrangle Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, March 4, 2011
18. Philomathean Literary Society Hall (1859)
Erskine College Quadrangle
 
has corbeled cornice and three decorative brick piers. Central double door have shallow arched transom. Entrance flanked by two-over-two light windows with shallow arch. Presently used for storage.

68A. Commercial Building, East Main Street (ca. 1925): Two-story, brick building, central double doors have fanlight and are flanked by arched windows with brick surrounds and keystones. Second story has three eight-over-eight windows. Currently used for storage.

68B. Farmers and Merchants Bank Building, East Main Street (ca. 1920): Originally the same as 68A. First story facade has been replaced with modern plate glass. Other windows bricked up. Currently houses a beauty shop.

70. Johnston-Edwards House, East Main Street (ca. 1906): One-story residence with hipped roof. Single entrance doorway has sidelights, transom, and decorative molding. Large projecting, front gable has brackets and decorative trim. Additions to the right elevation and rear have been made to convert house to duplex.

71. Agnew-Sain Gulf Station, East Main Street (1930): One-story square gas station with hipped roof. Single entrance doorway has six-over-six windows on each side. Construction is brick and stucco. Boxed cornice has brackets.

74. Miller-Bonner House, East Main at College Street (ca. 1840): Two-story rectangular residence. Projecting, two-story pedimented portico
 
Steve "Smiley" Henderson Marker Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, March 4, 2011
19. Steve "Smiley" Henderson Marker
July 5, 1957
Sept. 23, 1979
His Spirit of Friendship Lives On
 
is supported by four pillars. A central, single door entrance has multi-paned sidelights, fluted molding, and corner blocks. Second story has central single doorway with sidelights, fluted molding, and corner blocks, opening onto a small balcony with a decorative railing of the "Lindsay style." (See #52.) Boxed cornice has sawn brackets.

74A. Landscaped Yard to Miller-Bonner House.

78. Parkinson House, Bonner Street (1907): Two-story, weatherboarded residence. Single story, hipped roof porch extends across facade and right elevation. Boxed cornice has modillions and fretwork. Central, gabled pavilion features single entrance door with sidelights and transom on the first story and Palladian window on the second story. John H. Wren built the house for Professor G.G. Parkinson in 1907.

80. Reid House, Bonner Street (1907): Two-story, weatherboarded residence with hipped roof. Hipped roof porch extends across facade and around each side elevation. Door and large single pane window on facade have leaded glass transoms. Metal acroteria atop roof. John H. Wren built this house in 1907.

83. Edwards-Strong House, Cleveland Street at College Street (ca. 1930): Two-story, brick residence with hipped roof. Single story porch is supported by square granite posts sand wooden columns. Small arched portico has two large columns. Single entrance door has multi-paned
 
Philomathean Literary Society Hall (1859)<br>Northeast Entrance Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, March 4, 2011
20. Philomathean Literary Society Hall (1859)
Northeast Entrance
 
beveled window, sidelights with beveled glass, and transom.

84. Edwards-Hawthorne Store, College Street (ca. 1930): Small, weatherboarded grocery with a shed roof.

90. Robinson Hall Dormitory, Woman's College Circle (1922): Three-story, brick dormitory with central, gabled pavilion. Small single story porch has two fluted Doric columns and an entablature with triglyphs and guttae.

91. Robinson Terraces (1934): Small, terraced amphitheater built by the Civil Works Administration.

93. Robinson-Hawthorne-Cribbs House, East Main Street (ca. 1900-1920): Two-story, weatherboarded residence with hipped roof. Low hipped roof porch has central gable and extends across front and right elevation of house; it is supported by six plain wooden columns. Two interior chimneys have corbeled caps.

94. McGee Gymnasium, College Street (1938): Two-story, rectangular, brick building. Two buttressed entrance towers project from corners of facade. Built by the Work Projects Administration.

95. R.M. Stevenson House, Bonner Street (1915): Two-story, weatherboarded residence with hipped roof. Two interior chimneys have corbeled caps. Small hipped roof porch shelters doorway.

97. Edwards-Clarke House, Bonner Street (ca. 1880): One and one-half-story gable roof residence. Low shed roof porch has central, projecting gable end and is supported by
 
Philomathean Literary Society Hall (1859)<br>National Register Medallion Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, March 4, 2011
21. Philomathean Literary Society Hall (1859)
National Register Medallion
 
nine decorated chamfered posts with a sawn balustrade. Two projecting gables have paired three-light windows.

98. Wilkerson-McConnell House, Bonner Street (ca. 1910): One and one-half-story, hipped roof, weatherboarded residence. Gable dormer has rectangular window with diamond-shaped panes. Front projecting, gable bay to right has round window with keystones.

99. McDill-Ashley House, Bonner Street (ca. 1906): Two-story, hipped roof, frame residence with shed roof porch across facade and side elevations. Decorative features include central, projecting pediments, dentil molding, oval-shaped mullioned window, and windows with diamond-shaped panes. Interior has large mantels with mirrors, tiled fireplaces, pocket doors, and original trim. The house was built for J.T. McDill by John H. Wren in 1906.

102. Bonner Street. Vacant wooden lot.

103. Allen Gordon House, Bonner Street (ca. 1900): One-story, hipped roof, weatherboarded residence. Facade has a single entrance doorway with front projecting gable bay to left. Windows are two-over-two.

104. Vacant lot.

105. Todd-Young House, Washington Street (ca. 1890): Two-story, weatherboarded residence with hip roof. One-story, wraparound porch is supported by Tuscan columns and has turned balustrade.

106. McDill-Ferguson House, Hayne Street at Washington Street (ca. 1900): One and
 
Galloway House (1897 Victorian)<br>206 South Main Street<br>Significant Property Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, December 23, 2008
22. Galloway House (1897 Victorian)
206 South Main Street
Significant Property
Home of Robert Galloway, whose Due West Railroad, connected the town and college with the main line in Donalds from 1908 until 1939. At 4 miles long, it was the world's longest continuous railroad.
 
one-half-story, hipped roof, weatherboarded residence with hipped roof porch across front and both side elevations. Projecting, hip roofed dormer has rectangular stained glass window. Two interior chimneys have corbeled caps.

108. Todd-Kennedy House, Hayne Street (ca. 1922): One and one-half-story, square, wooden shingled house with gable roof. Recessed porch is supported by tapered wooden posts on brick piers and has a plain wooden balustrade. Fenestration is nine-over-one.

109. Wideman-Gettys House, Hayne Street (ca. 1890): One-story, rectangular, weatherboarded residence with gable roof. Shed roof porch across facade is supported by plain wooden posts with sawn brackets. Two single doors in facade have sidelights and transoms. Boxed cornice features sawn brackets. Louvered vents in gables have pointed arches.

110. Plaxco House, Hayne Street (1930): One and one-half-story brick bungalow with gable roof. Large front projecting gable is stuccoed and features half-timbering. Windows are six-over-one.

111. Galloway-Sutherland House, Hayne Street (1909): Two-story, hip roofed, weatherboarded residence. Single story, hip roof porch is supported by wooden Ionic columns. Decorative features include second story, central, oval window with keystones, plain dentil molding, and two interior chimneys with corbeled caps.

112. Ralph Ellis House, Hayne
 
Due West ARP Church (1925)<br>112 North Main Street<br>Significant Property Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, January 23, 2003
23. Due West ARP Church (1925)
112 North Main Street
Significant Property
 
Street (ca. 1875): Two-story, weatherboarded residence with gable roof and two-story, front projecting, gabled bay to right. Single story porch has hipped roof, turned posts, balustrade with turned balusters, spindle frieze, and sawn brackets.

113. Smith-Pruitt House, Hayne Street (1930): One-story, brick bungalow with gable roof. Large front projecting porch is supported by two square brick posts and two pilasters and had a brick railing.

114. Hayne Street: Vacant lot.

116. Leslie House, Hayne Street (ca. 1916): One-story, hipped roof, weatherboarded residence. Hipped roof porch extends across facade and wraps around both elevations. Hipped roof dormer has paired square windows with diamond-shaped panes.

117. Branyon House, Main street (ca. 1890): One-story, frame residence. Porch has chamfered posts with sawn brackets. Two interior, stuccoed chimneys have corbeled caps.

118. Main Street: Vacant wooded lot.

120. Main Street: Vacant wooded lot.

121. Jordan-Smith House, Main Street (ca. 1900): One-story, frame residence with hipped roof and gabled ells. Porch features turned posts and sawn brackets.

Significance
The Erskine College/Due West Historic District, located in the small town of Due West in Abbeville County, South Carolina, consists of eighty-eight properties which as a unit illustrate the
 
Due West ARP Church (West Corner) and Cemetery Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, January 23, 2003
24. Due West ARP Church (West Corner) and Cemetery
 
development of the village and Erskine College from ca. 1840 to the present. included in the district are portions of the campus of Erskine College, the first four-year denominational college in South Carolina, which was founded in 1839 by the Synod of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church, and the Due West Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church, whose early congregation played a large role in the formation of the village and college. Also included in the district are a residential section, containing many properties either at one time or presently associated with the college, and the commercial area. The varied architecture of these areas dates from ca. 1840 to ca. 1941 and illustrates the growth of the town. Modern Due West is dependent on the college for its continued existence and as such life in the village revolves around Erskine.

Additional Information:
The origin of the name Due West is unknown but it is probably that it is a corruption of the earlier names for the area: Dewises Corner, Devises Corner, Jewett's Corner, Dewitt's Corner, and Duet's Corner. [1] The village took Due west from the Associate reformed Presbyterian Church of that name which had moved from Duet's Corner to a more central location in the present village by 1790.[2] in 1846 the town was incorporated under the name Selma.[3] But the
 
Due West A.R.P. Church<br>Northwest Elevation Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, October 12, 2010
25. Due West A.R.P. Church
Northwest Elevation
 
name Due West had been associated with the settlement for so long that in 1856 the charter was revised and the name changed to Due West.[4] Due West had a thriving business community in the late 1800s and early 1900s; however, the mobility of the twentieth century has resulted in the centralization of businesses in larger towns and cities nearby. Due West today has only a few commercial enterprises which offer basic necessities. It is very clear that the major employer and influence on the town of Due west is its college.

In 1836 the Synod of the ARP Church established a two-year classical academy at Due west and in 1839 expanded the school into a four-year college. Shortly after the founding of the academy the Synod established a theological seminary as well, named Clark and Erskine Seminary. The two schools, closely associated since their foundings, have been known as Erskine College and Erskine Seminary since about 1842.[5]

In 1852 a group of ARP ministers and laymen founded the Due West Female College, later the Due West Woman's college. Privately operated until 1904, the college came under the control of the ARP church from that year until it merged with Erskine in 1927.[7]

Education:
Erskine College, founded in 1839, was the first four-year denominational college in South Carolina. In 1835,
 
Due West A.R.P. Church<br>Cornerstone Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, October 12, 2010
26. Due West A.R.P. Church
Cornerstone
 
the Synod of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church had established a school which would provide two years of college training. This school opened February 1836 and was expanded to a four-year college in 1839; it was the first four-year, church-related college in the state. In 1837, the Synod established a theological seminary. a charter for the school was granted on December 20, 1837, under the name Clark and Erskine Seminary in honor of Ralph and Ebenezer Erskine and Rev. Thomas Clark, early leaders of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian movement. The names Erskine College and Erskine Seminary have been used since about 1842.[7] The Due West Female College was founded in 1859 by a group of ARP ministers and laymen. Reputedly the first women's college chartered by the state, it merged with Erskine by 1927.[8] Erskine, originally founded with the intention of educating students for the ministry, has gradually evolved into a small liberal arts college with a close student-faculty ratio.[9]

Religion:
Both Erskine College and the town of Due West owe their existence to the Due West Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church, the congregation of which was in the area prior to the Revolution. By 1839, the church-centered village had grown enough to support a church-sponsored college and seminary, which became Erskine College
 
Due West A.R.P. Church<br>Southwest Portico Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, October 12, 2010
27. Due West A.R.P. Church
Southwest Portico
 
and Erskine Seminary. Due West was also the center of the ARP Church's printing concerns. The official church magazine/newspaper offices operated from Due west as early as the nineteenth century. In 1894 the ARP Printing Office building was built (#65) and housed the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Printing House from 1894 until 1975. In 1904 the ARP Church took over the Due West Woman's College. It retained control until the college merged with Erskine in 1927.[10]

Architecture:
The Erskine College/Due West Historic District contains architecturally significant properties reflecting the development of the college and the growth of the town around the campus. Due west is dominated by two buildings, the Erskine Build (#25), with its dome and two towers, located on the highest point in the community, and the Georgian Revival Due West ARP Church (#34). Significant buildings on the Erskine College Campus include the Renaissance Revival Philomathean Literary Society Hall (#26), designed by Thomas C. Veal; the Georgian Revival Euphemian Literary Society Hall (#23); the Carnegie Hall Dormitory (#88) with its molded concrete block construction; and the Alumnae Memorial Hall (#85) with its monumental Greek Doric portico.

The residential district surrounding the college campus includes numerous vernacular farmhouses from the mid-nineteenth century,
 
Miller-Bonner House (ca. 1840)<br>South Main Street<br>Significant Property Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, January 17, 2009
28. Miller-Bonner House (ca. 1840)
South Main Street
Significant Property
 
including the Lindsay-Bell House (#52) and the Sloan-Neel-McCain-Lesesne House (#48), which show Greek Revival influence, the houses of the late nineteenth century demonstrate Qween Ann influence; the Galloway House (#29) and the Bonner-Burrous House (#115) are representative. The residences of the early twentieth century are primarily bungalows. The Janette Crawford House (#4) and the Bell-Mitchell House (#58) are representative bungalows.

Notes
1. J. Gregg Carroll, ed. Abbeville County Family History (Clinton, S.C.: Intercollegiate Press, 1979), p. 7; Robert Lathan, History of the Associate Reformed Synod of the South (Harrispurg, Pa.: Published for the author, 1882), p. 286; Louis DeVorsey, Jr., The Indian Boundary in the Southern Colonies, 1763-1775 (Chapel Hill, N.C.: University of North Carolina Press, 1979), p. 128; "Due West Historical Pageant," Official Program, Due West, South Carolina, November 9, 1923, n.p.

2. "Due West Historical Pageant," Lathan, p. 285-286.

3. Acts of the General Assembly of the State of South Carolina, Passed in December 1846 (Columbia, S.C.: Summer & Carroll, State Printers, 1846), p. 396.

4. The Statues at Large of South Carolina, Vol. 12 (Columbia, S.C.: Republican Printing Company, State Printers, 1874), p. 556; Carroll, p. 7.

5. Carroll, p. 7; Joab Mauldin
 
Alumnae Memorial Hall (1912)<br>Woman's College Circle<br>Significant Property Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, January 17, 2009
29. Alumnae Memorial Hall (1912)
Woman's College Circle
Significant Property
 
Lesesne, Jr., "A Hundred Years of Erskine College 1839-1939" (Ph.D. dissertation, University of South Carolina, 1967), pp. 22, 23, 26, 56; "Due West Historical Pageant."

6. Carroll, p. 7; Lesesne, p. 266; "Due West Historical Pageant."

7. Lesesne, pp. 22, 23, 26, 25; "Due West Historical Pageant;" Carroll, p. 7.

8. Lesesne, p. 266; Carroll, p. 7.

9. Lesesne, pp. 11, 185, 287; Erskine Is..., Catalogue of Erskine College (Due West, S.C.: Erskine College, 1980-81), pp. 6-7, 125.

10. Carroll, p. 7; "Due West Historical Pageant." (Source: National Register nomination form.)
    — Submitted July 12, 2009, by Brian Scott of Anderson, South Carolina.

3. Marker Style
The marker shown reflects the second style of South Carolina Historical Markers. It was in use between 1955 and 1990. The original design was cast aluminum and crowned with a bas relief of the state flag surrounded by an inverted triangle. The markers were painted dark blue with silver lettering.
    — Submitted September 16, 2008, by Brian Scott of Anderson, South Carolina.
 
Carnegie Hall Dormitory (1906)<br>Woman's College Circle<br>Significant Property Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, January 17, 2009
30. Carnegie Hall Dormitory (1906)
Woman's College Circle
Significant Property
A three-story dormitory for freshmen women, Carnegie Hall was built in 1906 and is the oldest dormitory on the Erskine College Campus. It was restored and renovated in 1993. (Source: Abbeville County by the Abbeville County Historical Society (2004), p 102.)
 
 
Due West Train Depot (1907-1908)<br>Northeast Corner<br>Contributing Property Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, February 28, 2011
31. Due West Train Depot (1907-1908)
Northeast Corner
Contributing Property
 
 
Due West Train Depot -<br>Southeast Corner<br>Intersection of Depot Street and Dode Phillips Road Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, February 28, 2011
32. Due West Train Depot -
Southeast Corner
Intersection of Depot Street and Dode Phillips Road
 
 
William Moffatt Grier Statue (1903)<br>Erskine College Quadrangle<br>Contributing Property Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, March 4, 2011
33. William Moffatt Grier Statue (1903)
Erskine College Quadrangle
Contributing Property
 
 
Old Bank Building (1900)<br>South (West) Main Street<br>Contributing Property Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, November 2, 2010
34. Old Bank Building (1900)
South (West) Main Street
Contributing Property
 
 
The President's House (1938)<br>110 South Main Street<br>Contributing Property Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, February 3, 2009
35. The President's House (1938)
110 South Main Street
Contributing Property
 
 
Clinkscales-Pressly House (ca. 1905) <br>Corner of South Main & Abbeville Streets Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, June 6, 2011
36. Clinkscales-Pressly House (ca. 1905)
Corner of South Main & Abbeville Streets
Contributing Property
 
 
Clinkscales-Pressly House (ca. 1905) -<br>Abbeville Street Cornice Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, June 6, 2011
37. Clinkscales-Pressly House (ca. 1905) -
Abbeville Street Cornice
 
 
Clinkscales-Pressly House (ca. 1905) -<br>National Register Medallion Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, June 6, 2011
38. Clinkscales-Pressly House (ca. 1905) -
National Register Medallion
 
 
Due West Baptist Church (1924)<br>218 South Main Street<br>Contributing Property Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, June 6, 2011
39. Due West Baptist Church (1924)
218 South Main Street
Contributing Property
 
 
Due West Baptist Church (1924) -<br>218 South Main Street Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, June 6, 2011
40. Due West Baptist Church (1924) -
218 South Main Street
 
 
McGee-Kennedy-Boyce House (ca. 1880)<br>Corner of South Main & Washington Streets Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, June 6, 2011
41. McGee-Kennedy-Boyce House (ca. 1880)
Corner of South Main & Washington Streets
Contributing Property
 
 
McGee-Kennedy-Boyce House (ca. 1880) -<br>Washington Street Entrance Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, June 6, 2011
42. McGee-Kennedy-Boyce House (ca. 1880) -
Washington Street Entrance
 
 
McGee-Kennedy-Boyce House (ca. 1880) -<br>South Main Street Facade Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, June 6, 2011
43. McGee-Kennedy-Boyce House (ca. 1880) -
South Main Street Facade
 
 
McGee-Kennedy-Boyce House (ca. 1880) -<br>South Main Street Entrance Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, June 6, 2011
44. McGee-Kennedy-Boyce House (ca. 1880) -
South Main Street Entrance
 
 
Bell-Mitchell House (1913)<br>Abbeville Street & Cleveland Street<br>Contributing Property Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, June 6, 2011
45. Bell-Mitchell House (1913)
Abbeville Street & Cleveland Street
Contributing Property
 
 
McQuiston Divinity Building (1938)<br>South Main Street<br>Contributing Property Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, November 23, 2009
46. McQuiston Divinity Building (1938)
South Main Street
Contributing Property
 
 
Plaxo's Drug Store, Due West Supply Co. Annex, Family Store,<br>& Due West Supply Co. (ca. 1908) Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, November 2, 2010
47. Plaxo's Drug Store, Due West Supply Co. Annex, Family Store,
& Due West Supply Co. (ca. 1908)
South (West) Main Street
Contributing Property
 
 
Plaxo's Drug Store, Due West Supply Co. Annex, Family Store,<br>& Due West Supply Co. (ca. 1908) Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, December 23, 2008
48. Plaxo's Drug Store, Due West Supply Co. Annex, Family Store,
& Due West Supply Co. (ca. 1908)
 
 
Due West Town Hall/Fire Department (1914)<br>Bonner Street<br>Contributing Property Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, June 6, 2011
49. Due West Town Hall/Fire Department (1914)
Bonner Street
Contributing Property
 
 
Associate Reformed Presbyterian<br>Printing Office (1894)<br>Bonner Street<br>Contributing Property Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, June 6, 2011
50. Associate Reformed Presbyterian
Printing Office (1894)
Bonner Street
Contributing Property
 
 
Associate Reformed Presbyterian Printing Office Plaque Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, June 6, 2011
51. Associate Reformed Presbyterian Printing Office Plaque
Robert Speer Galloway - Robert Stone Galloway
Owners and Publishers
1889 - 1976
 
 
Commercial Building (ca. 1925)<br>South (West) Main<br>Contributing Property Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, November 2, 2010
52. Commercial Building (ca. 1925)
South (West) Main
Contributing Property
 
 
Edward-Strong House (ca. 1917)<br>Cleveland Street & College Street<br>Contributing Property Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, June 6, 2011
53. Edward-Strong House (ca. 1917)
Cleveland Street & College Street
Contributing Property
 
 
Robinson Hall Dormitory (1922)<br>Woman's College Circle<br>Contributing Property Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, June 6, 2009
54. Robinson Hall Dormitory (1922)
Woman's College Circle
Contributing Property
 
 
McGee Gymnasium (1938)<br>Southwest (Front) Facade<br>College Street<br>Contributing Property Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, June 13, 2011
55. McGee Gymnasium (1938)
Southwest (Front) Facade
College Street
Contributing Property
 
 
McGee Gymnasium (1938)<br>Two-story Entrance Tower Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, June 13, 2011
56. McGee Gymnasium (1938)
Two-story Entrance Tower
 
 
McGee Gymnasium (1938)<br>East Corner Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, June 13, 2011
57. McGee Gymnasium (1938)
East Corner
 
 
McGee Gymnasium (1938)<br>Southwest Entrance Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, June 13, 2011
58. McGee Gymnasium (1938)
Southwest Entrance
 
 
McGee Gymnasium (1938)<br>Northeast (Rear) Facade Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, June 13, 2011
59. McGee Gymnasium (1938)
Northeast (Rear) Facade
 
 
McCain Library (1949, 1973)<br>Erskine College Quadrangle<br>Non-contributing Property Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, November 2, 2010
60. McCain Library (1949, 1973)
Erskine College Quadrangle
Non-contributing Property
 
 
McCain Library (1949, 1973)<br>Erskine College Quadrangle Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, November 2, 2010
61. McCain Library (1949, 1973)
Erskine College Quadrangle
 
 
McCain Library (1949, 1973)<br>Erskine College Quadrangle Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, March 4, 2011
62. McCain Library (1949, 1973)
Erskine College Quadrangle
 
 
McCain Library (1949, 1973)<br>Ten Commandments Memorial<br>Erskine College Quadrangle Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, November 2, 2010
63. McCain Library (1949, 1973)
Ten Commandments Memorial
Erskine College Quadrangle
 
 
William Henry Belk Hall (1967)<br>East Portico<br>Erskine College Campus Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, June 6, 2011
64. William Henry Belk Hall (1967)
East Portico
Erskine College Campus
Non-contributing Property
 
 
William Henry Belk Hall (1967)<br>Northeast Facade<br>Erskine College Campus Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, June 6, 2011
65. William Henry Belk Hall (1967)
Northeast Facade
Erskine College Campus
 
 
William Henry Belk Hall (1967)<br>North Corner Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, June 6, 2011
66. William Henry Belk Hall (1967)
North Corner
 
 
Watkins Student Center (1964)<br>Erskine College Campus<br>Non-contributing Property Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott
67. Watkins Student Center (1964)
Erskine College Campus
Non-contributing Property
 
 
Kennedy Hall Dormitory (ca. 1960)<br>Woman's College Circle<br>Non-contributing Property Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott
68. Kennedy Hall Dormitory (ca. 1960)
Woman's College Circle
Non-contributing Property
 
 
Bonner Hall Dormitory (1970)<br>Woman's College Circle<br>Non-contributing Property Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott
69. Bonner Hall Dormitory (1970)
Woman's College Circle
Non-contributing Property
 
 
Younts Infirmary (1929, 1975)<br>Woman's College Circle<br>Non-contributing Property Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott
70. Younts Infirmary (1929, 1975)
Woman's College Circle
Non-contributing Property
 
 
Richard Lee Robinson Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
71. Richard Lee Robinson Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
Oct. 31, 1872 - Jan. 10. 1939
Pastor, 1899 - 1910
President, Womans College
1910 - 1927
Dean, Erskine College
1927 - 1933
Dean, Erskine Theological Seminary
1933 - 1939
 
 
Anna Marshall Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
72. Anna Marshall Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
 
 
Robinson Plot<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
73. Robinson Plot
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
 
 
Ebenezer Leonidas Reid, L.L.D. Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
74. Ebenezer Leonidas Reid, L.L.D. Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
Nov. 3, 1867 - Sept. 16, 1956
Head of Science Dept. Erskine College, 62 Years
Elder in Associate Reformed Presbyterian
Church, 50 Years
A beloved teacher, a man of God, a devoted
husband and father, who, as he taught and
helped others, kept his own hand in
the hand of the great teacher.
 
 
Virginia Grey Atkins (Reid) Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
75. Virginia Grey Atkins (Reid) Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
Wife of
Ebenezer Leonidas Reid
Aug. 18, 1876
Jan. 10, 1970
The Lord is my Light and my Salvation.
 
 
William Atkins Reid Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
76. William Atkins Reid Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
Aug 19, 1901 - Aug 22, 1952
I shall be satisfied when I wake in thy likeness.
 
 
Ebenezer L. Reid Family Plot<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
77. Ebenezer L. Reid Family Plot
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
 
 
Rev. Horace Rabb Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
78. Rev. Horace Rabb Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
May 27, 1855
Jan. 16, 1941
 
 
Mary Jefferson Walker Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
79. Mary Jefferson Walker Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
Wife of
Rev. H. Rabb
June 25, 1860
Dec. 31, 1933
Daughter of
S.C. & Ann Shannon
 
 
Rev. Horace Rabb Family Plot<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
80. Rev. Horace Rabb Family Plot
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
 
 
Rev. Paul L. Sherrill, D.D., Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
81. Rev. Paul L. Sherrill, D.D., Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
Dec. 1, 1912
Aug. 27, 1991
 
 
Margaret Ellis Sherrill Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
82. Margaret Ellis Sherrill Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
May 2, 1913
Apr. 23, 2005
 
 
J.L. Miller, M.D. Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
83. J.L. Miller, M.D. Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
Born
Nov. 24, 1825
Died
Oct. 17, 1889
 
 
David M West Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
84. David M West Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
Born
December 5th
1837
Died
February 20th
1858
A native of
Starville, Miss.
At his death a
member of the
Senior Class of
Erskine College.
----------
A respective and pleasant
pupil, orderly and
attentive student, a kind
and faithful friend, he
was stricken down far
from the companions of
childhood but among those
to whom he had endeared
himself by his lovely qualities
and noble virtues.
----------
Erected by the faculty and
students of Erskine College,
as an expression of their
affectionate regard for
the deceased.
 
 
S.B. McClurken Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery<br>Carved by T.H. White Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
85. S.B. McClurken Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
Carved by T.H. White
In Memory
of
S.B. McClurken
who was born 10th December 1826
and died 21st June 1851
He was a native of South Carolina
but at the time of his death
his parents resided in Tennessee.
Over his dust the Faculty
and Students of Erskine
College erect this totem.
His flesh rests in hope.
 
 
Thomas Chalmers Turner Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
86. Thomas Chalmers Turner Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
To the Memory
of
Thomas Chalmers Turner
is this monument erected
by the Faculty and Students
of Erskine College.
He was a son of
The Rev. Thomas Turner
of Dalton, Georgia.
Was born the 8 Sept. 1837
and died the 20th Feb. 1855.
He was a student of Erskine
at the time of his death.
Was respected and beloved
for his talents and virtues
and by his early decease
disappointed the fond hopes
of Parents and Friends.
 
 
Willie H. Dickson Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
87. Willie H. Dickson Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
In Memory of
Willie H. Dickson
A Student of Erskine College
in the Freshman Class
from Portersville, Tenn.
-----*-----
Born May 3rd, 1853
Died Dec. 8th 1870
Aged 17 years 7 months
and 5 days.
The only son of his mother
and she was a widow.
-----*-----
He sleeps. He will be raised from
the dead and we will meet again.
-----*-----
 
 
Prof. Frederick Schmidt Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
88. Prof. Frederick Schmidt Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
Born in Dassau, Germany
6 June 1817
Died in Due West
July 10 1976
At the time of his death
and for some years previous
was a Professor of Music
in the Due West Female College.
To it he bequeathed the large
portion of his estate.
 
 
James H. Haddon Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
89. James H. Haddon Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
Born
Dec. 17, 1809
Died
[Broken Stone]
He was a Ruling Elder
of the A.R. Church in
Due West.
Blessed are the dead
that die in the Lord.
 
 
Pvt. Washington Lafayette Haddon<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
90. Pvt. Washington Lafayette Haddon
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
1 Orr's
SC Rifles
CSA
Born
Jun 11 1835
Died
Sullivan's Island
Feb 17 1862
 
 
Rev. J[onathan] Galloway Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery<br>East Corner Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
91. Rev. J[onathan] Galloway Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
East Corner
 
 
Rev. J[onathan] Galloway Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery<br>West Corner Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
92. Rev. J[onathan] Galloway Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
West Corner
 
 
Rev. J[onathan] Galloway Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery<br>Northeast Inscription Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
93. Rev. J[onathan] Galloway Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
Northeast Inscription
Tribute
to a
Beloved Father
Rev. J. Galloway
Born Feb. 10, 1810
Died March 3, 1879
-----*-----
A minister of the
Gospel 46 years
and a Pastor in
Newberry Co., 20 years.
He was the father of the
Foreign Mission of
the A.R.P. Church South.
Blessed are the meek.
 
 
Rev. J[onathan] Galloway Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery<br>Northwest Inscription Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
94. Rev. J[onathan] Galloway Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
Northwest Inscription
Martha
wife of
Rev. J. Galloway
Born
Aug 16, 1814
Died
May 23, 1896
----------
Blessed are the Meek.
----------
 
 
Rev. J[onathan] Galloway Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery<br>Southwest Inscription Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
95. Rev. J[onathan] Galloway Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
Southwest Inscription
Galwyn M.
Son of
Rev. J & Mrs. M.
Galloway.
He was killed in Battle
at Spottsylvania, Va.
and his body never found.
Age 20 years.
 
 
Rev. J[onathan] Galloway Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery<br>Southeast Inscription Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
96. Rev. J[onathan] Galloway Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
Southeast Inscription
Mrs. M.E. Giffen
Wife of
Rev. Jno. Giffen.
Born Dec. 8, 1842.
Died in Egypt
Oct. 16, 1881, and was
buried in Cairo.
She was a missionary
of the A.R.P. Church
for seven years.
 
 
Robert Speer and Mary Eleanor Stone Galloway Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
97. Robert Speer and Mary Eleanor Stone Galloway Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
[Left Inscription]:
Mary Eleanor Stone
wife of
Robert Speer
Galloway
Oct 11, 1859
Sept 28, 1946

[Right Inscription]:
Robert Speer
June 21, 1854
Dec. 24, 1943
Elder in Due West
A.P. Presbyterian
Church for 60 Years
 
 
Judge Jean Galloway Bissell Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
98. Judge Jean Galloway Bissell Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
Judge
U.S. Court of Appeals
June 9, 1936
Feb. 4, 1990
 
 
Rev. Ebenezer Erskine Pressly Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
99. Rev. Ebenezer Erskine Pressly Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
Rev. Ebenezer Erskine
Pressly, D.D.
the first president of
Erskine College. For
thirty years pastor of the
Associate Reformed
Church of Due West, S.C.
Born Dec. 23, 1888
Died July 26, 1860.
"Blessed are the dead which die
in the Lord from henceforth."
 
 
Mary A. Pressly Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
100. Mary A. Pressly Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
In Memory of
Mary A. Pressly
Wife
of Rev. Pressly
Died 20 Aug 1860
Aged 34 Years
 
 
Lizzie J. Boyd Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
101. Lizzie J. Boyd Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
In
Memory of
Lizzie J. Boyd
consort of
J.C. Boyd
& daughter of
Dr. E.E. &
Elizabeth Pressly

who departed
this life June
4th 1859
aged 24 years.
 
 
Emma Pressly Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
102. Emma Pressly Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
Sacred
to the Memory of
Emma Pressly
Daughter of
Elizabeth & E.E. Pressly
who departed
this life

June 19th 1856,
aged 7 years.
----------
Bright cherubi gone to dwell
With Jesus, in the radient world on high,
We yet shall meet
Till then my angel bare
Sweet Emma, fare thee well.
 
 
Emma Pressly Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery<br>Statue of Lamb, Broken Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
103. Emma Pressly Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
Statue of Lamb, Broken
 
 
Jane Taylor McDill Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
104. Jane Taylor McDill Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
This monument is erected
by the children of
Mrs. Jane Taylor McDill
in affectionate
commemoration of
her virtues as a
Christian and mother.
Born
Jan 25, 1822
Died
Dec 12, 1876
-----
"A woman that
feareth the Lord
shall be praised."
 
 
William W. McDill Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
105. William W. McDill Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
1820 - 1863
Died Strawberry Plains, Tenn.
Co. F 2nd S.C. Rifles
 
 
J.N. Young Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery<br>East Corner Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
106. J.N. Young Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
East Corner
 
 
J.N. Young Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery<br>West Corner Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
107. J.N. Young Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
West Corner
 
 
J.N. Young Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery<br>Northeast Inscription Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
108. J.N. Young Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
Northeast Inscription
To the Memory
of
Rev. J.N. Young, L.L.D.
Born Feb. 12, 1813
Died Oct 31, 1891
-----
Prof. of Mathematics and Treasurer
of Erskine College for 43 years.
A man of distinguished ability,
patient and fruitful
throughout a long and useful life.
A Christian beautified by the grace
of humility, meekness and gentleness.
 
 
J.N. Young Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery<br>Northwest Inscription Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
109. J.N. Young Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
Northwest Inscription
To the Memory
of
Eleanor Euphemia
Young

wife of Rev. J.N. Young
and daughter of
Rev. Charles & Nancy
Strong
Died Oct 28, 1862
in 39 year of her age
 
 
J.N. Young Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery<br>Southwest Inscription Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
110. J.N. Young Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
Southwest Inscription
To the Memory
of
Elizabeth J. Young
wife of
wife of Rev. J.N. Young
and daughter of
Wm & Jane Irwin
Died Sept 3rd 1844
in 26 year of her age.
 
 
Pvt. James Henry Young Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
111. Pvt. James Henry Young Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
Co. K
11 Miss Inf
CSA
Feb 2 1829
Jul 23 1862
He fell in the first charge
made by Gen. Jackson's
army in the Battle of
Richmond on 27th July
He died in the triumph
of Faith.

He was graduated from
Erskine College in ????
 
 
Rev. Charles Strong & May Chalmers Young Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
112. Rev. Charles Strong & May Chalmers Young Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
1847 - 1922
1848 - 1930
 
 
Capt. Aaron Smith Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
113. Capt. Aaron Smith Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
In Memory of
Aaron
Smith

Capt
Col Williamson's
Regt
Rev War
1720
Jul 1 1776
 
 
Pvt. Samuel E. Pruitt III Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
114. Pvt. Samuel E. Pruitt III Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
Pvt
Samuel E. Pruitt III
Co A
5 SC Res
Feb 10 1817
Jan 5 1863
 
 
Rev. J.I. Bonner D.D. Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
115. Rev. J.I. Bonner D.D.
Born Oct 9, 1822
Died April 29, 1881
 
 
A.L. Bonner Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
116. A.L. Bonner Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
Wife of
Rev. J.L. Bonner
Born Oct 16, 1825
Died March 30, 1880
 
 
Enoch Washington Pruitt Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
117. Enoch Washington Pruitt Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
Co G Orr's Rifles
Confederate States Army
Jun 20 1840 Jun 27 1862
Killed Cold Harbor, VA
 
 
Cornelius E. & Henry L. Lindsay Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery<br>East Corner Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
118. Cornelius E. & Henry L. Lindsay Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
East Corner
 
 
Cornelius E. & Henry L. Lindsay Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery<br>West Corner Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
119. Cornelius E. & Henry L. Lindsay Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
West Corner
 
 
Cornelius E. & Henry L. Lindsay Tombstone<br>Due West ARP Church Cemetery<br>Southeast Inscription Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
120. Cornelius E. & Henry L. Lindsay Tombstone
Due West ARP Church Cemetery
Southeast Inscription
Henry and Cornelius
They were lively and pleasant
in their lives
and in their death they were
not divided.
 
 
Cornelius E. & Henry L. Lindsay Tombstone<br>Due West ARP Church Cemetery<br>Northeast Inscription Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
121. Cornelius E. & Henry L. Lindsay Tombstone
Due West ARP Church Cemetery
Northeast Inscription
Born 22nd Dec 1831
Died 28th Sept 1846
 
 
Cornelius E. & Henry L. Lindsay Tombstone<br>Due West ARP Church Cemetery<br>Northwest Inscription Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
122. Cornelius E. & Henry L. Lindsay Tombstone
Due West ARP Church Cemetery
Northwest Inscription
Two Brothers
Sons of
James and P.A. Lindsay.
 
 
Cornelius E. & Henry L. Lindsay Tombstone<br>Due West ARP Church Cemetery<br>Southwest Inscription Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
123. Cornelius E. & Henry L. Lindsay Tombstone
Due West ARP Church Cemetery
Southwest Inscription
Henry L. Lindsay
Born 2nd Dec 1829
Died 27th Sept 1846.
 
 
Winfield W & A. Poinsett Lindsay Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery<br>East Corner Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
124. Winfield W & A. Poinsett Lindsay Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
East Corner
 
 
Winfield W & A. Poinsett Lindsay Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery<br>West Corner Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
125. Winfield W & A. Poinsett Lindsay Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
West Corner
 
 
Winfield W & A. Poinsett Lindsay Tombstone<br>Due West ARP Church Cemetery<br>Southwest Inscription Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
126. Winfield W & A. Poinsett Lindsay Tombstone
Due West ARP Church Cemetery
Southwest Inscription
A. Poinsett Lindsay
Born April 2nd 1834
Died in the Battle of
Gaines's Mill, Va. June 17
1862.
 
 
Winfield W & A. Poinsett Lindsay Tombstone<br>Due West ARP Church Cemetery<br>Northeast Inscription Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
127. Winfield W & A. Poinsett Lindsay Tombstone
Due West ARP Church Cemetery
Northeast Inscription
Born Sept 6th 1836
Died of a wound near
Berryville, Va November
20th 1862
 
 
Rev. Oliver Young Bonner Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
128. Rev. Oliver Young Bonner Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
Nov 15, 1863
Jan 19, 1910
Minister of the Gospel, 23 Years
Pastor of Due West A.R.P. Church
nearly 10 years
 
 
Jennie Edwards Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
129. Jennie Edwards Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
Wife of
O.Y. Bonner
Born Jan 28, 1865
Died Apr 17, 1934
In the service of the College
for nearly fifty years.
 
 
Belle Neel Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
130. Belle Neel Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
Wife
of
O.Y. Bonner
Born Feb 25, 1868
Died Dec 8, 1901
 
 
John A. Devlin Tombstone<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, May 16, 2011
131. John A. Devlin Tombstone
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
June 27, 1840
Sept 24, 1901
-------
For four years a Confederate soldier
a loyal friend, a loving husband, a
devoted father, a sincere Christian.
What to us is sunset to him is dawn.
They also which sleep in Jesus,
will God bring with him.
 
 
Rev. Mark Brown Grier<br>Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery Photo, Click for full size
By Brian Scott, October 12, 2010
132. Rev. Mark Brown Grier
Due West A.R.P. Church Cemetery
Jan 3 1867 - Jan 6 1917
For twenty years a missionary
to Chine.
Faithful until death.
 
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