“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 Moore, South Carolina

Clickable Map of Spartanburg 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> Spartanburg County, SC (128) Cherokee County, SC (85) Greenville County, SC (377) Laurens County, SC (53) Union County, SC (41) Polk County, NC (24) Rutherford County, NC (38)  SpartanburgCounty(128) Spartanburg County (128)  CherokeeCounty(85) Cherokee County (85)  GreenvilleCounty(377) Greenville County (377)  LaurensCounty(53) Laurens County (53)  UnionCounty(41) Union County (41)  PolkCountyNorth Carolina(24) Polk County (24)  RutherfordCounty(38) Rutherford County (38)
Spartanburg is the county seat for Spartanburg County
Moore is in Spartanburg County
      Spartanburg County (128)  
      Cherokee County (85)  
      Greenville County (377)  
      Laurens County (53)  
      Union County (41)  
      Polk County, North Carolina (24)  
      Rutherford County, North Carolina (38)  
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1South Carolina (Spartanburg County), Moore — 42-4 — “Kate Barry”
1½ miles SE is Walnut Grove, home of Margaret Catherine Moore Barry (1752–1823). Local tradition says she was known as “Kate Barry” and acted as a scout for the Patriots before the Battle of Cowpens, Jan. 17, 1781. With her . . . Map (db m9912) HM
2South Carolina (Spartanburg County), Moore — 42-6 — First Erosion Control Work in the Southeast
On Dec. 18, 1933, work began on the J.L. Berry Gully, 1.5 miles S.E. as part of the South Tyger River Erosion Control Demonstration Project by the USDI Soil Erosion Service, Dr. T.S. Bule, Project Director. This project was a forerunner of the . . . Map (db m13328) HM
3South Carolina (Spartanburg County), Moore — 42-14 — Nazareth Church
This Presbyterian Church, located about .4 miles SE, was organized soon after 1766 by Scotch-Irish who settled the area. From Revolutionary War days the congregation has been influential in religious, educational, and civic affairs of Spartanburg . . . Map (db m9915) HM
4South Carolina (Spartanburg County), Moore — 136 — Nazareth Church Stone MarkerAmerican Presbyterian and Reformed Historical Site
In 1765 Narareth’s first meeting house was built on this site. Made of logs cut from surrounding forest, pulpit of clapboard, seats of crude wooden plank, without backs and dirt floor.Map (db m121926) HM
5South Carolina (Spartanburg County), Moore — Nazareth Frame House
Erected on or near this site between 1785-1790 a larger and better frame house of worship replaced the old log meeting house. Used for a time as a session house.Map (db m121925) HM
6South Carolina (Spartanburg County), Moore — 42-9 — Site of Fredonia
Believed built in 1786 by Thomas Moore, Revolutionary soldier, brigadier general in the War of 1812 and a member of Congress, Fredonia was later owned by Andrew B. Moore, earliest known doctor in this region, and Thomas J. Moore, Confederate . . . Map (db m13191) HM
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7South Carolina (Spartanburg County), Moore — Walnut Grove Plantation
Charles and Mary Moore built the Manor House in 1765 1½ miles SE on land granted by George III in 1763. They founded Rocky Spring Academy (1770-1850) the first in Spartanburg County. In a raid in 1780 "Bloody" Bill Cunningham, a Tory, murdered . . . Map (db m9914) HM
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Nov. 30, 2022