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Front Newberry County was one of six counties created from Ninety Six District in 1785. In 1789 John Coate donated two acres here for a courthouse and public square. When additional land was surveyed the town was laid out in 25 one-acre squares o…
This cemetery dates from 1809, 23 years before Newberry's incorporation in 1832. George McCreless donated an acre here for a village cemetery, and his brother Lewis was the first person buried in it. The Town Council bought another acre from John …
Named in 1979 in honor of Dedicated Public Servant Born 1908 Died 1974 Member, South Carolina House of Representatives from Newberry County 1939 ~ 48Member, South Carolina Highway Commission 1951 ~ 55Vice Chairman 1954 ~ 55Member, South Carolina S…
In Memoriam Aragon Baldwin Mills, Whitmire Plant Employees who gave their lives in World War II. Great Britton Arrowood; Thomas Bellue; Howard Eugene Boulware; Ralph Cochran; William Thomas Crosby; Robert Yvan Evans; Floyd Virgil Gilliam; Ja…
Whitmire War Memorial 1949 Erected in the honor of the men and women of Whitmire who served their country in World Wars One and Two and Dedicated to the memory of the following who made the supreme sacrifice World War One: Arthur Baker; Thomas …
Dedicated to the memory of the men and women who served in the Armed Forces of the United States of America by American Legion Post #70
Front This church, founded ca. 1761 by the Rev. Joachim Bulow, is one of the earliest Lutheran congregations in what is now Newberry County. A log church built nearby before the Revolution was replaced by a frame church. A larger frame sanctuar…
To the Memory of Confederate Veterans 1861 - 1865
In Appreciation of ContributionsGod-fearing Neighbors Made tothe Cotton Mill and Town ofWhitmire October 1902 - May 2001 Lives of great men all remind us we can make our lives sublime, and, departing, leave behind us footprints in the sands …
Was murdered near by the33d, U.S. Regt of NegroFederal Soldiers Sept. 8, 1865