Historic Markers Across South Carolina



City of Rock Hill



Marker ID: SCHM 46-14
Location: At Hampton and Main Streets at entrance to Main Street Mall, Rock Hill
County: York
Coordinates: N 34° 55.519    W 081° 01.596
  34.925317    -81.0266
Style: Free Standing **
 



Text:

Rock Hill was incorporated as a city by act of the General Assembly on December 24, 1892, with an area of two miles square. Center of this square was a point in the middle of Main Street, opposite the Methodist Church. This marker stands near that point. The first mayor was Dr. John William Fewell and first aldermen were E. R. Avery, W. N. Irby, W. S. Morgan, E. E. Poag, J. J. Waters, W. H. Wylie.

Erected by York County Historical Commission - 1979


Notes:

Two sided - Village of Rock Hill

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