“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 Breeden, South Carolina

Clickable Map of Marlboro 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> Marlboro County, SC (39) Chesterfield County, SC (19) Darlington County, SC (69) Dillon County, SC (24) Florence County, SC (73) Anson County, NC (13) Richmond County, NC (22) Robeson County, NC (17) Scotland County, NC (29)  MarlboroCounty(39) Marlboro County (39)  ChesterfieldCounty(19) Chesterfield County (19)  DarlingtonCounty(69) Darlington County (69)  DillonCounty(24) Dillon County (24)  FlorenceCounty(73) Florence County (73)  AnsonCountyNorth Carolina(13) Anson County (13)  RichmondCounty(22) Richmond County (22)  RobesonCounty(17) Robeson County (17)  ScotlandCounty(29) Scotland County (29)
Bennettsville is the county seat for Marlboro County
Breeden is in Marlboro County
      Marlboro County (39)  
      Chesterfield County (19)  
      Darlington County (69)  
      Dillon County (24)  
      Florence County (73)  
      Anson County, North Carolina (13)  
      Richmond County, North Carolina (22)  
      Robeson County, North Carolina (17)  
      Scotland County, North Carolina (29)  
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1South Carolina (Marlboro County), Breeden — 35-27 — Early Cotton Mill
About 1836 William T. Ellerbe, John McQueen, and John N. Williams built a cotton mill approximately one mile northwest. Power for operation of the mill came from the waters of nearby Crooked Creek. Ellerbe and Williams sold their stock in the mill . . . Map (db m38054) HM
2South Carolina (Marlboro County), Breeden — 35-20 — Old Beauty Spot
Here stood the first Methodist church of Marlboro County, a single log cabin built in 1783. Here Bishop Francis Asbury presided over and preached at an early Quarterly Conference, held on February 23, 1788. Camp meetings were held here 1810-1842. In . . . Map (db m38039) HM
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Sep. 28, 2022