“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 Eastover, 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 (325) 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(325) Richland County (325)  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
Eastover is in Richland County
      Richland County (325)  
      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), Eastover — 40-170 — Eastover
(Front text) Eastover, so named for being “east and over” from Columbia, was a small rural community of the mid-19th century that grew into a town after the Wilmington, Columbia, & Augusta RR completed its line through this area . . . Map (db m37364) HM
2South Carolina (Richland County), Eastover — 40-129 — Kensington
(Front text) This plantation on the Wateree River features a remarkable Italianate Revival house built in 1852-54. Designed by Charleston architects Edward C. Jones and Francis D. Lee, it was built for Matthew Richard Singleton (1817-1854) . . . Map (db m33260) HM
3South Carolina (Richland County), Eastover — 40-121 — St. Phillip A.M.E. Church
This church, organized by 1835, met first in a brush arbor 1 ½ mi. N., then constructed a sanctuary on this site shortly thereafter. Its first pastor was Rev. Anderson Burns, and its original trustees were Joseph and Robert Collins, Barnes . . . Map (db m29316) HM
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Nov. 27, 2022