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First: In memorial to Daniel W. Urquhart WWII Navy Veteran Original Crew member of USS Bon Homme Richard (CV31) Organizer and life member of Greenwood DAV Chapter 42 Organizer Newberry DAV chapter 60 Vice Commander District 3 CFW Chapter 8131 A…
On this spot December 9, 1921Marshal Ferdinand FochSupreme Commanderof the Allied Armies in 1918expressed to thepeople of South Carolinahis appreciation and that of Francefor the aid by which the enemywas checked and defeatedand freedom securedTho…
The National RegisterMount PisgahA.M.E. Church
The National RegisterMagnolia Cemetery
The National RegisterOld Greenwood Cemetery
This church was organized in 1799 by Rev. John Waller, Rev. David Lilly, William Chiles, and Meshec Overby, with 32 charter members. Waller, its first minister, served until his death in 1802. Other notable pastors included Revs. John Broadus, Bas…
Sponsored bythe Greenwood BeautificationCommission with contributionsfrom individual, businesses,civic groups and city funds—————Dedicated September 18, 1864—————Beautification Commission…
Emerald Farm, 'a very special place,' is part of an original 450-acre working farm dating from the late 1800s. In keeping with its agricultural heritage, Emerald Farm continues to raise livestock, harvest hay, pecans, herbs and fruit on a small sc…
Louis Booker Wright (1899-1984), scholar of American colonial history and Elizabethan culture, was born in the Phoenix community and spent his early years at Maxwellton near this site. A prolific author, he was educated at Wofford College and rece…
South Side:At the request of Dr. and Mrs. J.C. Maxwell, major benefactors, the orphanage was named in memory of their daughter, who died at the age of seven. Connie Maxwell Orphanage, a ministry of the South Carolina Baptist Convention, receive…