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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Ware Shoals, South Carolina
Location of Ware Shoals, South Carolina
► Greenwood County (99) ► Abbeville County (74) ► Edgefield County (63) ► Laurens County (53) ► McCormick County (36) ► Newberry County (39) ► Saluda County (32)
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He Built for the Future — — Map (db m15598) HM|
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|This man was born and reared on the land adjacent to and southwest of this bridge where his ancestors settled in the late 1750's. His forbears were very civic minded and patriotic and included many doctors and lawyers. Among them were a Senator, a . . . — — Map (db m11093) HM|
|The Veterans Memorial recognizes soldiers who served in each of our nation’s conflicts, ranging from the American Revolution to the War on Terrorism. — — Map (db m40155) HM|
| Irvin Pitts Park
Saluda River Natural Resources
Irvin Pitts Park is a corridor of land sandwiched between the Saluda River and a canal, which conducts water from the dam to the hydroelectric powerhouse that supplied electricity for . . . — — Map (db m31268) HM|
This store, first known as Daniel’s store or the “Beehive,” was built before the Civil War by James Wright Daniel (1814-1904) and several business partners. In 1878 James Martin (1815-1879) bought the store from the . . . — — Map (db m22966) HM|
1768 Bethel Methodist Society
Org. at Indian Springs by
Rev. Geo. Whitefield and families of
Arnold, Giraud, Taylor, Sullivan
Mitchell, Box, Wood
1825 Rec'd. Meth. Cone Rev. Barnett Smith
1842 Sunday School Org. . . . — — Map (db m22926) HM|
The land for this building is donated to Western Laurens County Fire District by Joseph Edwin and Francis P. O'Dell as a memorial to their son Simuel Dennis O'Dell, one of the original Western Laurens County firemen.
Born August 31, 1951 -- Died . . . — — Map (db m22969) HM|