“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Fort Mill

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Fort Mill, South Carolina and Vicinity
    Lancaster County (56)
    Chester County (42)
    Chesterfield County (19)
    Fairfield County (34)
    Kershaw County (100)
    York County (127)
    Mecklenburg County, North Carolina (56)
    Union County, North Carolina (7)
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1South Carolina (Lancaster County), Fort Mill — 29-28 — The Revolution in the Backcountry/ Sumter's Camp at Clems Branch
[Marker Front]: The Revolution in the Backcountry After British forces took Charleston in May 1780, they set up outposts in the backcountry and attempted to control the state by encouraging Loyalists. Backcountry Patriots organized a . . . — Map (db m23786) HM
2South Carolina (York County), Fort Mill — Catawba Indian Memorial
[South Side]: 1600 Erected to the Catawba Indians by Sam'l Elliott White and John McKee Spratt The latter is a descendant Thos. "Kanahwa" Spratt and the former a descendant of Wm. Elliott (a kinsman of Kanahwas) two . . . — Map (db m24825) HM
3South Carolina (York County), Fort Mill — Confederate Park
Established 1891 on property donated by Capt. Samuel E. White. The site was given citizens of Fort Mill to perpetuate the memory of those who sacrificed so much from 1861-1865. Assisting in making the historic spot a reality were John McKee . . . — Map (db m24820) HM
4South Carolina (York County), Fort Mill — 46-21 — Fort Mill
(Front) Fort Mill was established on land received in 1787 by Thomas Spratt, one of the first settlers in this area. According to local tradition, the 4,535-acre tract in Catawba Indian territory was given Spratt by the Catawbas who were . . . — Map (db m24819) HM
5South Carolina (York County), Fort Mill — Fort Mill Confederate Memorial
[South Side]: 1860 Dum Spiro Spero Spes Animis Opibuscue Parati 1891 Defenders of State Sovereignty. [East Side]: List of names [North Side]: 1865 The warrior's banner takes its flight to greet . . . — Map (db m24827) HM
6South Carolina (York County), Fort Mill — 46-4 — Jefferson Davis's Flight South, April 26-27, 1865Last Confederate Cabinet Meeting, April 27, 1865
(Front): Confederate President Jefferson Davis and his Cabinet, making their way south from Richmond, Va. with a cavalry escort, stopped at Fort Mill on April 26, 1865. Davis spent the night at Springfield, the home of Col. Andrew Baxter . . . — Map (db m74146) HM
7South Carolina (York County), Fort Mill — Nation Ford
Original trestle completed 1852 by Charlotte & South Carolina R.R. on site of ancient crossing known as the Nation Ford. Burning by Federals April 19, 1865, touched off sharp battle with Southern forces which resulted in Union . . . — Map (db m11050) HM
8South Carolina (York County), Fort Mill — 46-45 — Springfield Plantation
(Front): This house was built ca. 1806 for planter John Springs III (1782-1853), who served in the S.C. House 1828-34 and was a partner in several banks, railroads, and textile mills before the Civil War. His son Andrew Baxter Springs . . . — Map (db m47679) HM
9South Carolina (York County), Fort Mill — To the Faithful Slaves
[West Side]: 1860 Dedicated to the faithful slaves who, loyal to a sacred trust, toiled for the support of the army with matchless devotion and sterling fidelity [and] guarded our defenseless homes, women and children . . . — Map (db m42188) WM
10South Carolina (York County), Fort Mill — 46-49 — Unity Presbyterian Church
Front This church, founded in 1788, predates the present town of Fort Mill and has occupied four sites in the vicinity. The first church, a log building, stood about 2 mi. NE in a community known as “Little York.” It burned . . . — Map (db m47680) HM
11South Carolina (York County), Fort Mill — Women of the Confederacy Memorial
[South Side]: 1860 Affectionately dedicated by the Jefferson Davis Memorial Association to the women of the Confederacy. The living and the dead, who midst the gloom of war were heroines in the strife, to perpetuate . . . — Map (db m24821) HM
12South Carolina (York County), Fort Mill — World War I Memorial
Thomas L. Hall James E. Bailes Fred T. Miller Walter O. Leazer Harvey F. McManus Clyde W. Stevens These six members of Co. G, 118th Infantry, 30th Division with 31 other members of the company, who were killed in action and 103 others . . . — Map (db m108825) HM WM
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Nov. 28, 2020