Fairfield County (20)

Historic Markers Across South Carolina

 

Fairfield County was created on 1785.

The county seat is in Winnsboro, SC.,
and the county is 710 Square Miles in area.



  Click here to visit the Fairfield county home page.

  FIPS Code: 12039

  Information about Fairfield County, South Carolina, from Wikipedia.

  US Census Quick Facts about Fairfield County.

 

There are 28 Historic Markers in Fairfield County.

Battle of Mobley's Meeting House   -   SCHM 20-10
  Road 18, just N of its intersection with SC 215, 1.5 miles W of meeting house site        

Bethel Church   -   SCHM 20-19
  Comer of Washington & Zion streets, Winnsboro        

Camp Welfare   -   SCHM 20-23
  at Camp Welfare, Camp Welfare Rd. (S.C. Sec. Rd. 20-234), just E of its intersection with Ravenscroft Rd. (S.C. Sec. Rd. 20-492), Mitford, SC        

Catharine Ladd   -   SCHM 20-14
  231 South Congress Street, Winnsboro        

Cathcart-Ketchin House   -   SCHM 20-14
  231 South Congress Street, Winnsboro        

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints   -   SCHM 20-20
  North side of road 67, 1/4 mi. from the intersection of state highway 34        

Confederate Headquarters   -   SCHM 20-1
  Infront of the Century House on Railroad Ave., Ridgeway        

Fairfield County   -   SCHM 20-7
  Congress Street, in front of courthouse, Winnsboro        

Fairfield County Courthouse   -   SCHM 20-8
  on courthouse wall, Winnsboro        

Fairfield Institute   -   SCHM 20-16
  on Congress Street between Moultrie and Palmer Streets, Winnsboro        

Feasterville Female and Male Academy   -   SCHM 20-11
  on SC 215 about 1 mile S of intersection of SC 215 and Road 33 in NW Fairfield County        

First Methodist Church   -   SCHM 20-18
  Corner of College and Congress Streets, Winnsboro        

Graveyard of the Richmond Covenanter Church Reformed Presbyterian   -   SCHM 20-17
  on SC 901 at intersection with Highway 52, .5 mile S of Chester-Fairfield County Line        

James Henry Carlisle   -   SCHM 20-3
  201 East Washington Street, Winnsboro        

John Hugh Means   -   SCHM 20-15
  on Road 1B, 3 miles N of Salem Cross­roads (intersection of SC 34 and 215)        

Kelly Miller (1863-1939)   -   SCHM 20-16
  on Congress Street between Moultrie and Palmer Streets, Winnsboro        

Kincaid-Anderson House   -   SCHM 20-6
  .9 mile from intersection of SC 213 and Road 48 near Jenkinsville on Road 48        

Mount Olivet Church   -   SCHM 20-13
  on Highway 20, .3 miles W of SC 200, 7 miles N of Winnsboro        

Mt. Zion Society   -   SCHM 20-12
  Old Mt. Zion campus, Walnut Street, Winnsboro        

Nuclear Power   -   SCHM 20-5
  Road 16, 1.1 miles from its intersection with SC 215 near Parr        

Old Brick Church   -   SCHM 20-2
  SC 213, 1.5 miles from its intersection with SC 215 near Jenkinsville        

Saint John's Episcopal Church   -   SCHM 20-22
  301 W. Liberty St., at corner of W. Liberty St. and S. Gadsden St., Winnsboro, SC        

St. Paul Baptist Church   -   SCHM 20-21
  207 N. Garden St., Winnsboro        

The Oaks [Fairfield County]   -   SCHM 20-24
  6169 S.C. Hwy. 213, near its intersection with Jackson Creek Rd. (S.C. Sec. Rd. 20-54), NW of Rion, SC        

Thomas Woodward   -   SCHM 20-9
  SC 34, about 1 mile S of Rockton        

William Harper   -   SCHM 20-15
  on Road 1B, 3 miles N of Salem Cross­roads (intersection of SC 34 and 215)        

William Porcher Dubose   -   SCHM 20-4
  Congress Street, Winnsboro        

Winnsboro   -   SCHM 20-7
  Congress Street, in front of courthouse, Winnsboro        

 

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R  - The marker has been removed.