Lancaster County (29)

Historic Markers Across South Carolina

 

Lancaster County was created on 1798.

The county seat is in Lancaster, SC.,
and the county is 555 Square Miles in area.



  Click here to visit the Lancaster county home page.

  FIPS Code: 12057

  Information about Lancaster County, South Carolina, from Wikipedia.

  US Census Quick Facts about Lancaster County.

 

There are 45 Historic Markers in Lancaster County.

Andrew Jackson State Park   -    
  196 Andrew Jackson Park Rd, Lancaster, SC        

Barr's Tavern Site   -   DAR 29-11
  E of US 521 at northern city limits of Lancaster, SC        

Battle of Hanging Rock   -   SCHM 29-1
  Intersection of Old Camden- Waxhaw Road & US 521, Heath Springs        

Battle of the Waxhaws: Massacre or Myth?   -    
  Buford Battleground County Park on Rocky River Road, Lancaster, SC        

Beaver Creek Skirmish   -   DAR 29-19
  Intersection of Roads 13 and 15, S Lancaster county        

Birthplace of Andrew Jackson   -   DAR 29-9
  US 521, S of Andrew Jackson State Park        

Birthplace of Andrew Jackson   -   DAR 29-9
  intersection of Charlotte Highway (U.S. 521) and Old Church Rd., Van Wyck, SC        

Birthplace of Dr. James Marion Sims   -    
  intersection on New Hope Rd and Lancaster and Chester, Lancaster, SC        

Boundary Line   -   SCHM 29-14
  At southern edge of Andrew Jackson State Park on US 521        

Buford Monument   -    
  Buford Battleground County Park on Rocky River Road, Lancaster, SC        

Buford's Bloody Battleground   -   SCHM 29-2
  SC 9 and US 522 E of Lancaster, NW side of this intersection        

Buford's Defeat   -    
  Buford Battleground County Park on Rocky River Road, Lancaster, SC        

Camp Creek Methodist Church   -   SCHM 29-21
  4721 Great Falls Hwy., Lancaste, SC        

Capture of Provisions at Flat Rock   -   DAR 29-19
  Intersection of Roads 13 and 15, S Lancaster county        

Clinton Memorial Cemetery / Isom C. Clinton   -   SCHM 29-22
  Clinton School Rd., Lancaster, SC        

Disaster in South Carolina   -    
  Buford Battleground County Park on Rocky River Road, Lancaster, SC        

Flat Creek Baptist Church   -   SCHM 29-20
  Infront of the church, S.c. Hwy. 265 near Kershaw        

Franklin Academy   -   DAR 29-8
  Central Elementary School, Dunlap Street, Lancaster        

Haile Gold Mine   -   SCHM 29-27
  Haile Gold Mine Rd., Kershaw, SC        

James Ingram Home   -   DAR 29-10
  Road 15 at intersection with Hanging Rock Road, about 2 miles S of Heath Springs        

John Simpson   -   SCHM 29-4
  The Courthouse Lancaster County        

Kershaw   -   SCHM 29-23
  Intersection of N. Hampton St. (U.S. Hwy. 521) and E. Hilton St. (U.S. Hwy. 601), Kershaw, SC        

Kershaw's First Library   -   SCHM 29-24
  N. Cleveland St., Kershaw, SC        

Kilburnie   -   SCHM 29-16
  204 North White Street, Lancaster, SC        

King Hagler's Murder   -   DAR 29-7
  SC 5, 2 miles W of US 521        

Lancaster   -   SCHM 29-26
  On W Arch St at main St (US 521), Lancaster, SC        

Lancaster & Chester Railway   -   SCHM 29-29
  512 S. Main St., Lancaster, SC        

Lancaster County Courthouse   -   SCHM 29-4
  The Courthouse Lancaster County        

Lancaster Normal and Industrial Institute   -   SCHM 29-6
  East Barr Street, Lancaster        

Lancasterville Presbyterian Church   -   SCHM 29-15
  on West Gay Street between French and Plyler Streets, Lancaster, SC        

Leroy Springs House   -   SCHM 29-17
  Corner of Gay and Catawba Streets, Lancaster, SC        

Major Crawford's Home   -   DAR 29-12
  SC 5, .25 mile W of intersection with US 521        

Memorials and Archaeology   -    
  Buford Battleground County Park on Rocky River Road, Lancaster, SC        

Mt. Carmel Campground   -   SCHM 29-13
  about 1.6 miles S of Cauthen Crossroads on Road 19        

Oldest Continuous Public School Site in Lancaster County   -   DAR 29-8
  Central Elementary School, Dunlap Street, Lancaster        

Robert Mills   -   SCHM 29-5
  208 W. Gray Street, Lancaster        

Stephen Decatur Miller   -   SCHM 29-18
  Junction of us 521 and SC 75        

The Jail   -   SCHM 29-5
  208 W. Gray Street, Lancaster        

The Revolution in the Backcountry / Sumter’s Camp at Clems Branch   -   SCHM 29-28
  Harrisburg Rd. (S.C. Sec. Rd. 64), between Hancock and Fort Mill        

The Springs Block   -    
  211 South Main St, Lancaster, SC        

Waxhaw Presbyterian Church   -   SCHM 29-3
  US 521, N of Lancaster at Road 775 (A dupli­cate marker is located Waf Lancaster on SC 9 at SC 9 by-pass)        

Waxhaw Presbyterian Church Monument   -   DAR 
  on Old Hickory Rd 0.2 miles south of Waxhaw Village Rd, Lancaster, SC        

Welcome to Andrew Jackson State Park   -    
  196 Andrew Jackson Park Rd, Lancaster, SC        

Welcome to the Andrew Jackson State Park Museum   -    
  196 Andrew Jackson Park Rd, Lancaster, SC        

Welsh's Station / Kershaw Depot   -   SCHM 29-25
  at the Kershaw Depot, N. Cleveland St., Kershaw, SC        

 

M  - The marker is missing.
R  - The marker has been removed.