“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Pelzer, South Carolina

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Anderson is the county seat for Anderson County
Pelzer is in Anderson County
      Anderson County (180)  
      Abbeville County (75)  
      Greenville County (378)  
      Laurens County (53)  
      Oconee County (84)  
      Pickens County (161)  
      Elbert County, Georgia (35)  
      Hart County, Georgia (28)  
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1 South Carolina, Anderson County, Pelzer — Old Livestock Corral
Before Saddlehorn was a neighborhood, it was a rural cattle farm. Corrals like this were used (and still are in some instances) by farmers as holding pens to work with cattle that grazed the surrounding pastures. When farmers built this corral, . . . Map (db m11250) HM
2 South Carolina, Anderson County, Pelzer — Pelzer Presbyterian Church
Built 1896 Has Been Placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m30969) HM
3 South Carolina, Anderson County, Pelzer — Pelzer Public Schools World War II Memorial
In Memoriam The students of Pelzer Public Schools who gave their lives in World War II Jack Bannister • J. Feaster Beacham • Clinton Dean • Grady Dunlap • John D. McBrearty • Jack Meares • Lamar Neely • John W. Phillips • Harold Ross • . . . Map (db m237673) WM
4 South Carolina, Anderson County, Pelzer — 4-43 — Pelzer Schools
The first Pelzer Mills School, built in 1881, was a two-story frame building. The school was described as having "the air of a city school" and the mill funded a ten-month term at a time when three-months was common. The school was free and open to . . . Map (db m234255) HM
5 South Carolina, Anderson County, Pelzer — Reese Family Cemetery
This is the site of a small cemetery used by the Reece family in the 19th century. Because cattle roamed freely in this area for years, the tombstones and other grave markings are broken. In 1977, the readable tombstones were recorded by family . . . Map (db m11091) HM
6 South Carolina, Anderson County, Pelzer — 4 47 — White Plains School
(Front) Previously housed in a log cabin 1/2 mi. E, White Plains School moved to this site by 1890. At least sixty pupils attended the one-room frame school, which served white families from the White Plains community. The first teacher at . . . Map (db m238534) HM
7 South Carolina, Greenville County, Pelzer — 23-78 — Fork Shoals Baptist Church
(front) Fork Shoals Baptist Church traces its origins to at least 1789, when Horse Creek Church was organized as a member of the Bethel Association. Local tradition, however, places the date earlier, between 1777-1780. Fork Shoals first . . . Map (db m198578) HM
8 South Carolina, Greenville County, Pelzer — 23-73 — Fork Shoals School
(front) Originally associated with Fork Shoals Baptist Church, Fork Shoals School was in operation by 1877. A private Fork Shoals H.S. was built on the eastern side of the Reedy River in 1908. A two-story frame building was then built . . . Map (db m198581) HM
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9 South Carolina, Greenville County, Pelzer — 23-36 — Lickville Presbyterian Church Reported missing
[Front]: This church, which takes its name from a nearby salt lick, was founded in 1882. Mrs. Ellen C. Woodside (1838-1906) worked with Rev. C.L. Stewart to organize services on her farm in 1880-81. A commission from the Enoree . . . Map (db m29455) HM
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Mar. 1, 2024