Historical Marker Search

You searched for City|State: jonesville, sc

Showing results 1 to 6 of 6
[West Side]C.S.A.1861-1865To the Confederatedead of Union DistrictComradesConfederate Soldiers[South Side]From North to SouthFrom East to WestTheir ashes scattered lieBut in the regions ofthe Blest,Their spirits sing on high[East Side]The arms are…
FrontDedicated to those who served World War I Apr. 6, 1917 ~ Nov. 11, 1918 Right SideDedicated to those who served World War II Dec. 7, 1941 ~ Dec. 31, 1946 BackDedicated to those who served Korea June 27, 1950 ~ Jan. 31, 1955 Left SideD…
Four Acres of Land Deeded to the Trustees of Flat RockMethodist Episcopal ChurchBaxter Mosley, Edmond HamesThomas Hames, Charles Hamesand Coleman Fowler, on May 10, 1802by Israel Fowler Recorded December 3, 1839
Incorporated Dec. 24, 1894Mt. Joy Masonic Lodge # 203Chartered Dec. 10, 1879Site of Balloon LandingofT.S.C. LoweApril 20, 1861
[Front]:On April 20, 1861, only days after the Civil War began at Fort Sumter, scientist and aeronaut T.S.C. Lowe (1832-1913) landed the Enterprise, a large gas balloon, on a nearby farm. Lowe was on a test flight in preparation for a trans-Atlant…
Spot Where Prof. T. S. C. Lowe famed aeronaut landed Apr. 20, 1861 in Union County, S. C. After Balloon Flight from Cincinnati, Ohio 800 miles in nine hours Died 1913 at Pasadena Calif.