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Front (East) InscriptionAbraham Boey came from Sterlingshire, Scotland to Charles County, Md. about 1700. His son John had six sons, one being Rhodi who married Ann Price. Rhodi's six children moved to Abbeville County, S.C. ca. 1802-1815. Four ar…
The National Registerof Historic Places:Old Cokesbury andMasonic Female Collegeand Conference School
In Memory ofMarilyn Anne McKinneyPresident of the Rhodi BowieFamily Historical Societyfrom 1989 until her death June 17, 1995. She was an outstanding leader earning our love and support.
In Memory ofCharles Henry MoorefieldState Highway Engineerof South Carolina1920 - 1935
Park's: America's Most Trusted Gardening ResourceBuilding a Family Tradition Since 1868It all started in 1867 when 15 year-old George Watt Park, a very enterprising lad, passed around to friends and neighbors a list of seeds he had grown and colle…
[Original Marker]Site of Old Tabernacle Methodist Church. Buried here are Confederate Generals Martin Witherspoon Gary, Nathan George Evans and other Confederate officers and soldiers.
[Second Marker]1000 feet east is Tabernacle Cemetery on the…
Erected byThe Allen University AlumniClub of Greenville CountyNovember 1970In Honor ofPayne InstituteEstablished in 1870 byThe African Methodist Episcopal ChurchMoved to Columbia, South Carolina in 1860And Renamed Allen University
[Marker Front]:This church, founded about 1870, has its origins in Walnut Grove Baptist Church, founded in 1820. Walnut Grove included both white and black members before the Civil War, but after the war black members asked for letters of dismissa…