“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 Hemingway, South Carolina

Clickable Map of Georgetown 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> Georgetown County, SC (110) Berkeley County, SC (95) Charleston County, SC (631) Horry County, SC (213) Marion County, SC (24) Williamsburg County, SC (29)  GeorgetownCounty(110) Georgetown County (110)  BerkeleyCounty(95) Berkeley County (95)  CharlestonCounty(631) Charleston County (631)  HorryCounty(213) Horry County (213)  MarionCounty(24) Marion County (24)  WilliamsburgCounty(29) Williamsburg County (29)
Georgetown is the county seat for Georgetown County
Hemingway is in Georgetown County
      Georgetown County (110)  
      Berkeley County (95)  
      Charleston County (631)  
      Horry County (213)  
      Marion County (24)  
      Williamsburg County (29)  
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1South Carolina (Georgetown County), Hemingway — Pleasant Hill Baptist Church
In 1875 Bible study in home of John Owens was the beginning of the church with 15 charter members. Richard Cribb was the first pastor in 1877 when the church joined the Waccamaw Association. The first building was approximately 20 x 35 feet . . . Map (db m16410) HM
2South Carolina (Georgetown County), Hemingway — 22-51 — Pleasant Hill School
Pleasant Hill Consolidated School opened in 1938 as an elementary and high school. It also included a cannery and a home economics/farm-shop building. Pleasant Hill housed a middle and high school 1970–1985 and closed in 2000 as Pleasant Hill . . . Map (db m16413) HM
3South Carolina (Williamsburg County), Hemingway — 45-5 — Ebenezer United Methodist Church
This church is said to be the oldest Methodist congregation in present Williamsburg County. It was established prior to 1822 when Samuel Heaselden, in his will, reserved two acres of land for the congregation; in 1837, his heirs deeded this land . . . Map (db m27328) HM
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Oct. 3, 2022