“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Blythewood, South Carolina

Clickable Map of Richland County, South Carolina and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Richland County, SC (320) Calhoun County, SC (16) Fairfield County, SC (34) Kershaw County, SC (100) Lexington County, SC (60) Newberry County, SC (40) Sumter County, SC (67)  RichlandCounty(320) Richland County (320)  CalhounCounty(16) Calhoun County (16)  FairfieldCounty(34) Fairfield County (34)  KershawCounty(100) Kershaw County (100)  LexingtonCounty(60) Lexington County (60)  NewberryCounty(40) Newberry County (40)  SumterCounty(67) Sumter County (67)
Columbia is the county seat for Richland County
Blythewood is in Richland County
      Richland County (320)  
      Calhoun County (16)  
      Fairfield County (34)  
      Kershaw County (100)  
      Lexington County (60)  
      Newberry County (40)  
      Sumter County (67)  
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1South Carolina (Richland County), Blythewood — 40-162 — Bethel Baptist Church
Bethel Baptist Church was founded in 1884 by black members of nearby Sandy Level Baptist Church seeking to organize a separate congregation. They met at first in a brush arbor, then built a frame sanctuary here in 1892. It was covered in granite . . . Map (db m43391) HM
2South Carolina (Richland County), Blythewood — 40-210 — Blythewood School
The first school built here c.1890 was a two-room frame building that was replaced c.1918 by a two-story brick school. In 1921 another classroom building and an auditorium were added. The federal Works Progress Administration helped fund several . . . Map (db m138341) HM
3South Carolina (Richland County), Blythewood — 40-135 — George P. Hoffman House
(Front text) This house was built ca. 1855 for George P. Hoffman (1829-1902), a native of N.C. Hoffman ran a nearby sawmill and became the first postmaster of Doko (as Blythewood was first known) in 1856. This area was part of Fairfield . . . Map (db m42607) HM
4South Carolina (Richland County), Blythewood — 40-201 — Little Zion Baptist Church
The congregation at Little Zion dates to c. 1832, when enslaved individuals worshipped in white-controlled churches. After emancipation, these former slaves founded independent congregations like this one. A group led by Doctor Entzminger purchased . . . Map (db m123500) HM
5South Carolina (Richland County), Blythewood — 40-137 — Sandfield Baptist Church / Sandfield Cemetery
Sandfield Baptist Church Twenty-Five Mile Creek Church, a Primitive Baptist congregation, was organized in this area before 1772. It was renamed Sandfield Church by ca. 1830 and the mother church for Cedar Creek, Harmony, Jackson Creek, and . . . Map (db m43103) HM
6South Carolina (Richland County), Blythewood — 40-138 — Sandy Level Baptist Church
(Front text) Twenty-Five Mile Creek Church, a Primitive Baptist congregation, was organized in this area before 1772. The mother church for several area Baptist churches, it was renamed Sandfield ca. 1830 and stood about 3 mi. E. Sandfield . . . Map (db m42996) HM
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Sep. 27, 2022