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1822 - 1976Founded byDr. William GlennThe Church in the Wildwood
This is the Site ofWillis Chapel Methodist ChurchEstablished 1883
At the Site of theOld Lebanon Church Cemetery.Relocated to Present Site in 1860.Present Sanctuary Built in 1911.
Directly behind this marker is the homesite of Joe and Mary Broyles Douthit. Born in Anderson County January 30, 1893, graduate of Clemson University, 1914. Farmer and seed breeder, lifelong member and steward of Sandy Springs United Methodist Chu…
In Memoryof the Founders and Membersof the First Baptist ChurchBelton, S.C. Which Stood onThis Site 1861 - 1882.
Deeded to the City in 1992, these humble grounds are the final resting place for some Orr Mill employees and family members dating to the 1800s. Numerous graves are here, marked and unmarked, including infants. Help us improve these unique memo…
Anderson PresbyterianChurch CemeteryFounded 1837Land Given byJudge J.N. WhitnerUsed as the FirstPublic Burial GroundFor the Village
In Memory of World War Casualties War No. IThomas AdjerScott HillOllie Rutledge War No. IIJames JoynerJohnnie M. LeroyFrank LewisJohn M. McBride MayorRichard A. Shirley City ManagerJohn R. Moore, Jr. Public Works DirectorM. Anthony …
A "Great" TownIn 1886, the Savannah Valley railroad made its way into lower Anderson County. The depot town of Cook's Station was named for Dr. Augustus G. Cook, a local physician and businessman. The town was later called Iva in honor of Iva Cook…
Building HistoryBuilt in the 1930s by Frank R. Thompson, this building was the main street depot for the Anderson Petroleum Company and Dixie Distributors, Inc., both successful petroleum distributors in Anderson, Oconee, Pickens, Greenwood, Abbev…
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