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Historical Markers and War Memorials in McCormick, South Carolina
Location of McCormick, South Carolina
▶ McCormick County (36) ▶ Abbeville County (74) ▶ Edgefield County (63) ▶ Greenwood County (99) ▶ Columbia County, Georgia (18) ▶ Elbert County, Georgia (33) ▶ Lincoln County, Georgia (11)
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Three miles west is the site of "Badwell," home of James Louis Petigru (1789-1863), leader of opposition to secession in South Carolina, outstanding Charleston lawyer, and S.C. Attorney General. He studied at Willington Academy under . . . — — Map (db m11456) HM|
About four miles southeast is the site of the American Revolutionary Battle of Long Cane. On December 12, 1780, Lieutenant Colonel Isaac Allen and a British force of 400-500 men defeated Colonel Elijah Clarke and 100 Americans, an advanced . . . — — Map (db m9418) HM|
The first Bethany Meeting House was erected by 1809 on the old Edgefield-Abbeville Stagecoach Road midway between Hard Labor and Cuffey Town Creeks. Bethany Baptist Church was constituted in December 1809, with Amos Dubose as pastor. The present . . . — — Map (db m9430) HM|
To persons familiar with the history of McCormick, the Dorn Mill stands as a symbol of the influence of the Dorn family in the region. It rests on land previously owned by Gold Mine "Billy" Dorn and Cyrus McCormick, inventor of the reaper.
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Built ca. 1899, this steam-powered mill employed a milling process pioneered earlier by inventor Oliver Evans, which virtually eliminated manual labor. First known as the McCormick Enterprise Ginnery, the mill became the Dorn-Finley . . . — — Map (db m11396) HM|
|Edmunds Family History
Burial Ground 1.3 Miles S.E. —›
Will Tom Edmunds, Pres
Joe F. Edmunds, Vice President
Robert J. Edmunds, Sec & Treas.
Mary Edmunds, Historian
The first record is of John . . . — — Map (db m41791) HM|
| McCormick County: Gem of the Freshwater Coast
McCormick County was named or Cyrus McCormick, a 19th century agricultural equipment inventor, who purchased Dorn's Gold Mine (Town of McCormick) after the Civil War. While it is one of the last . . . — — Map (db m11398) HM|
In Honor of the
This monument perpetuates
the memory of those who,
true to the instincts of
their birth, faithful to the
teachings of their fathers,
constant in their love . . . — — Map (db m14888) HM|
and Memory of
in Times of
Peace and War. — — Map (db m14900) HM|
|The National Register
Department of Archives
of Historic Places — — Map (db m54984) HM|
|The Guillebeau House
was built in circa 1770
in the Huguenot settlement
of New Bordeaux. It was
relocated to its present
site in 1983. — — Map (db m41903) HM|
Baker Creek State Park is managed as a Regional Park property because this core constituency is from the local region. Located in the heart of Sumter National Forest near McCormick, South Carolina, on the shores of Strom Thurmond Lake, this . . . — — Map (db m41690) HM|