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This house, built c. 1854 for railroad supervisor Charles C. Chamberlain, was among the first homes constructed in Belton. When the town incorporated in 1855, Chamberlain was chosen as the first intendent. Ira Williams, who was active in De…
This site, on a lot donated by Dr. George Brown, was the location of a school for more than a century, Belton Academy, a private school with a classical curriculum, opened ca. 1851 as the town grew up around the new railroad juncti…
In Memoryof the Founders and Membersof the First Baptist ChurchBelton, S.C. Which Stood onThis Site 1861 - 1882.
In honor of themen and womenserving our countryDorchester Baptist Church1941-1945
Breazeale, Thomas CCox, James BCox, William NCox, Fred NCox, Charles MFullbright, Bessie VFullbright, Ralph MKeys, William RKing, Joseph CKing, William MLedbetter…
On this site stood thethird building erected byWhitefield Baptist Church.The building was used bythe Congregation for worshipand fellowship until 1957.
Erected as a memorial to God'sblessings by his peopleat this sacred place.
Greenville & Columbia RRThe Greenville & Columbia Railroad, founded in 1845, began construction in 1849. It reached Greenville in 1853, with a branch at this point to Anderson - the Blue Ridge Railroad. The town of Belton grew up around the juncti…
BeltonThe Tennis Capital of South Carolina
Tennis Anyone?Long know as the Tennis Capital of South Carolina, Belton's tennis history can be traced back over 110 years. An 1892 edition of the Anderson Intelligencer stated, "The young men of Belto…
The National Registerof Historic Places:The BeltonStandpipeDedication Plaque:
The Belton StandpipeHistorical Landmark Built 1908, Restored 1990Placed on the State and National Archive's Register 1987
City CouncilJames A. H…
Replacing the wooden structure located across the street that had served the Belton Community since 1853, the brick Southern & Blue Ridge Combined Railway Depot was designed in 1907 and completed by 1910. In the heyday of passenger and freight tra…
[Front Center]:In this place we honor all those who served in the Armed Forces and reflect upon their dedication to duty and country. We recognize the hardships they endured to protect our freedoms and the ultimate sacrifice of life given by those…