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Named in HonorofTireless Civil WorkerActive Leader in Seeking IndustryProud Booster of Hometownin Every WorthwhileLocal Endeavor1896 - 1977
Dedicatedto Veterans ofAll Wars, forService to Godand Country1776-1976
In honorof our armed forcespast and presentdedicated to thepreservation offreedom under God
[Front]:The Watts-Todd-Dunklin House, built about 1818, is an excellent example of a Federal-era upcountry farmhouse. According to family tradition, it was built for Washington Williams (1777-1829), who gave it to his daughter Nancy (1799-1845) wh…
To cherishliberty oneneed onlyremember how itwas earned.Laurens County shallnever forget theirown who have servedtheir countryin war and peace.
Lindley's FortOn July 15, 1776, a number of Indians and Tories attacked this frontier fort where area settlers had gathered for protection. Major Jonathan Downs, with a company of men, had arrived the previous evening & helped repulse the attack. …
Top Plaque:Watts Mills' employeeswho gave their livesin World War IIRumsley Thompson Bennett ? Chester Calvin MillerJoe Edward Carlton ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Rex Darvin PowerTommy Cogdill ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?Luther PratherJohn Elmer Davis ? ? ? ? …
Once in Our LivesForever in Out MemoriesJoseph B. Adams ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Jimmy I. McMorrisMichael E. Banks ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Reginald G. MorseRoy J. Brackwell, Jr. ? ? ? ? ? Sanford L. NelsonFrankie B. Johnson, Jr.* ? ? Willie J. PayneRobert E. King ? …
As the railroad streaked westward from Harpers Ferry, the C&O Canal fell hopelessly behind in the race for Ohio.Burdened by a lack of building supplies and a scarcity of skilled labor, the canal encountered serious financial problems and did not r…
Erected in loving memoryof the men of Laurens County, S.C.who made the supreme sacrifice World War IWhiteLewis Felton Abercrombie, Casper W. Waldwell, Mason L. Copeland, Earl A. Davidson, George Lawson Duncan, Burke Fuller, Claude S. Garrett, W…