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In memory of the first person, a young girl whose name is unknown. Buried here about 1760. The story goes that she was visiting the Lesly family and died as a result of injuries sustained while they were making lye soap. John Lesly and his brother…
Queen Anne style Architecture Built in 1888 Once Owned by Confederate Gen. Samuel McGowan and by WWII Gen. W.E. Barksdale Donated by J.D. Bundy in 1989 to the Abbeville County Historical Society Now serves as Headquarters for the Society …
Abbeville's 6th courthouse - designed in beaux arts classical style by Edwards & Walter of Atlanta - dedicated in 1908 with City Hall/Opera House. (Two buildings indirectly financed by profits from Abbeville Dispensary, only one still operating ab…
The heart of Abbeville's Historic District is the magnificent tree-shaded Court Square. Located here is the replica of the original Confederate Monument erected in August, 1906 by the Daughters of the Confederacy, an old iron bell once used as the…
Trinity Episcopal Church is the oldest standing church in Abbeville. With its classic Gothic architecture and 125-foot steeple, it dominates the Abbeville skyline. Built by a congregation made prosperous by the economy of cotton in the antebellum …
Designed by S. Henry James to house first Bank of South Carolina in the Upstate (later became National Bank of Abbeville). One of oldest remaining buildings on the Square after a series of downtown fires in 1870s destroyed much of downtown.Bank lo…
This Water FountainDedicated toThe United StatesArmed ForcesbyAbbeville American LegionAuxiliaryPost No. 2November 11, 1980
Built by James Fell in 1815in the Cedar Springs areaof old Abbeville District
A Tribute tothe Men and Women of Abbeville CountyWho Served in the Military inOperation Desert ShieldOperation Desert StormAugust 2, 1990 ——- February 28, 1991
In Grateful MemoryOf our loves ones from Abbeville Countywho stand in the unbroken lines ofpatriots who have dared to die thatfreedom might live and grow and increaseits blessings. World War ISam Adams, Cleveland Allen, William A. Bobo, Willie …