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Bicentennial1804 - 2004"Lord, Thou Hast Been Our Dwelling Place In All Generations."DedicationTo the glory of God and Jesus Christ our Saviour in whom we dwell in full assurance of pardon and eternal lifeTo the saints who have gone before To the g…
Site of 2nd Continuous Holly Springs School (1913-1924)Purchased by HSBC 1951 To become Fellowship Building Razed 1962 for 2nd Pastorium (1963-2001)
Rock wall begun Sept. 1859 with slave and free labor but discontinued in 1861 during Civil War. Original Iron gate Forged by former slave Nathan Foster, Wall completed 1872,Crumbling Portion Saved 1949.
Holly SpringsConfederate States of AmericaUnmarked or Buried Where They Fell John S. Reese* Elijah Cooper* Co.A,13th Reg. Co.B,22nd Reg. Lazereth S. Brashears James Brown* Jasper Clayton* Franklin Cooper* Miles Haskins* Willian S. Haskins* Robe…
In honored memoryof all the men and womenwho served their countryin time of war.
[Front]:This church, organized late in the eighteenth century, held its first services in a brush arbor and later constructed a log meeting house. This frame sanctuary, built between 1825 and 1830, was the second building to serve Shiloh. In 1836 …
[Center Marker]:Named in honor ofWilliam C. BowenEngineer - Chemist ofSpartanburg Water Worksfrom Dec. 1, 1938 to Nov. 1, 1972[Left Marker]:Dedicated to the recreational enjoyment of all people. This plaque erected in recognition of the foresight …