“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 Killian, 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 (344) Calhoun County, SC (17) Fairfield County, SC (34) Kershaw County, SC (114) Lexington County, SC (61) Newberry County, SC (40) Sumter County, SC (76)  RichlandCounty(344) Richland County (344)  CalhounCounty(17) Calhoun County (17)  FairfieldCounty(34) Fairfield County (34)  KershawCounty(114) Kershaw County (114)  LexingtonCounty(61) Lexington County (61)  NewberryCounty(40) Newberry County (40)  SumterCounty(76) Sumter County (76)
Columbia is the county seat for Richland County
Killian is in Richland County
      Richland County (344)  
      Calhoun County (17)  
      Fairfield County (34)  
      Kershaw County (114)  
      Lexington County (61)  
      Newberry County (40)  
      Sumter County (76)  
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1 South Carolina, Richland County, Killian, Blythewood — Killian Road Baptist Church Cemetery Confederate Soldiers Monument
A partial list of soldiers enlisted from this community 1861 ~ 1865 Confederate States of America Wess Abbott; W. B. Cooper; Wess Cooper; Elihu Davis; Thos. Dent; Robt. Fann; R.W. Fann; Henry Faust; Chas. Grimsley; Ervin Grimsley; Albert . . . Map (db m54849) HM
2 South Carolina, Richland County, Killian, Blythewood — 40- 136 — Killian School
This one-room primary school, built about 1925, stood about 1 mi. E, at the intersection of Killian and Longtown Roads, until 2001. There was a school at Killian (also called Killian’s) as early as 1905. From 1913 to 1948 Killian School had two . . . Map (db m43627) HM
3 South Carolina, Richland County, Killian, Blythewood — 40-127 — Skirmish at Killian's Mill Reported missing
On February 18, 1865, the day after Federals under Gen. W.T. Sherman occupied Columbia, Gen. Frank Blair ordered units of his XVII Corps to destroy railroad tracks north of the city. Portions of Gen. M.C. Butler’s Confederate cavalry division, . . . Map (db m228374) HM
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Sep. 26, 2023