There are 20 Historic Markers in McCormick County.

Badwell & Badwell Cemetery   -   SCHM 33-6
  Intersection of SC 28 and Road 61, about 1.5 miles NW of McCormick        

Battle of Long Cane   -   SCHM 33-7
  Intersection of SC 28 and Road 38        

Bethany Church   -   SCHM 33-3
  E of McCormick at the church on US 378 just E of Road 138        

Calhoun Mill   -   SCHM 33-10
  1ntersection of SC 823 and Road 40        

Cherry Hill   -   SCHM 33-11
  Intersection of SC 81 and Road 60, Willington     

De La Howe Hall   -   SCHM 
  on State Road 33-25 near McCormick, SC        

Dorn Gold Mine   -   SCHM 33-9
  In McCormick on SC 28, at intersection with Roads 11 and 32     

Dorn's Mill   -   SCHM 33-9
  In McCormick on SC 28, at intersection with Roads 11 and 32     

Edmunds Family History 1710-196   -    
  On US 378 at Holiday Rd, McCormick, SC        

Fort Boone   -   SCHM 33-8
  Near McCormick-Abbeville county line on SC 823        

Fort Charlotte   -   SCHM 33-1
  Intersection of SC 81 and Road 91 in Mt. Carmel        

Guillebeau Home and Family Cemetery   -   SCHM 33-5
  1ntersection of SC 81 and Road 196        

John De La Howe (ca.1710-1797)   -   SCHM 33-12
  on the John De La Howe School campus, just S. of s. C. Hwy. 81        

John De La Howe School Lethe Farm Trail   -   SCHM 
  n Tomb Road, near Bordeaux, SC        

Long Cane Massacre   -   SCHM 
  At the end of SC-S-33-141        

New Bordeaux   -   SCHM 33-13
  on rout 7 at Huguenot Pkwy.        

New Bordeaux (1764)   -   SCHM 33-15
  Intersection of S.C. Sec. Rd. 33-7 and Huguenot Pkwy., Bordeaux, SC        

Noble Cemetery   -   SCHM 33-11
  Intersection of SC 81 and Road 60, Willington     

Purpose of the Dam   -    
  near the Power Plant Park off of US 221, Clarks Hill Hwy, Clarks Hill, SC.        

Willington Academy   -   SCHM 33-2
  SC 81, Willington        

 

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