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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Easley, South Carolina

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Anderson is the county seat for Anderson County
Easley is in Anderson County
      Anderson County (173)  
      Abbeville County (74)  
      Greenville County (377)  
      Laurens County (53)  
      Oconee County (78)  
      Pickens County (148)  
      Elbert County, Georgia (34)  
      Hart County, Georgia (27)  
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1South Carolina (Anderson County), Easley — 4-24 — Pickens Cemetery
This land, Cherokee territory until 1777, became the final resting place after the American Revolution for early pioneers who settled the area. A number of soldiers of the Revolution are buried here including Robert Pickens, who served in the . . . Map (db m9087) HM
2South Carolina (Anderson County), Easley — 4-35 — St. Paul Methodist Church
[Front]: This church, founded in 1803, held its first services in the home of John Wilson and was first known as Wilson's Chapel. That year the congregation bought two acres here from George Head; the first church on this site was built . . . Map (db m47088) HM
3South Carolina (Pickens County), Easley — 39-11 — Bowen's Mill
This mill was built about 1860 by Col. Robert E. Bowen (1830-1909) Confederate officer, state representative, state senator, and Pickens County businessman. Bowen, a prominent advocate for progressive farming, was also active in the railroad and . . . Map (db m9517) HM
4South Carolina (Pickens County), Easley — Captain Kimberly Hampton
. . . Map (db m15462) WM
5South Carolina (Pickens County), Easley — Colonel Robert Elliott HolcombeStatesman - Financier - Philanthropist — Born Aug, 4, 1823 - Died April 9, 1893 —
Founder and First Intendant (Mayor) of Easley, originally known as Holcombe Town, Jan, 1874. Near this site a Depot was built by him and given to the Railroad. He was the first Depot Agent and Telegraph Operator. In 1846 he became the first . . . Map (db m19956) HM
6South Carolina (Pickens County), Easley — Easley Veterans Memorial
[South]: To our military men and women, past and present, your commitment, service and sacrifice will be remembered and appreciated forever. [North]: The nation which forgets its defenders will itself be forgotten. . . . Map (db m15389) HM
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7South Carolina (Pickens County), Easley — Easley, South Carolina
Nestled in the Foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the city of Easley was chartered in 1874. Robert Elliott Holcombe was responsible for the establishment of Easley as a town when he built a depot for the railroad company. The town . . . Map (db m15522) HM
8South Carolina (Pickens County), Easley — Golden Creek MillWater Power
The original mill on Golden Creek was built across the creek from the present day Golden Creek Mill by William O'Dell in 1815. The ruins are still visible today. In a deed dated 1836, the property was transferred to John Arial and listed as . . . Map (db m15527) HM
9South Carolina (Pickens County), Easley — Hester Store
The National Register South Carolina Department of Archives and History Hester Store of Historic PlacesMap (db m185433) HM
10South Carolina (Pickens County), Easley — John C. Calhoun Memorial Highway
Named in honor of John Caldwell Calhoun, (1782-1850), the Old South's most admired statesman and profound philosopher and America's most influential spokesman for state's rights. From 1808 to 1810 he served his state as a member of the S.C. . . . Map (db m9523) HM
11South Carolina (Pickens County), Easley — Julien D. Wyatt1900-1960
[Front] Easley High School 1915 Wofford College AB & MA 1919 Georgetown University LLB 1923 American University DCL 1926 Attorney, Banker, Civil Leader Editor, Benefactor, School Trustee Cofounder, Carolina National Bank . . . Map (db m60525) HM
12South Carolina (Pickens County), Easley — 39-1 — Pickensville
A town laid out at this site in 1791 called Rockville was officially named Pickensville the next year in honor of Gen. Andrew Pickens. It served as the court house town of Washington District (today's Pickens, Greenville, Anderson, and Oconee . . . Map (db m9519) HM
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Sep. 27, 2022