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Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. Vietnam 1957 —- Dedicated to the memory and honor of all Anderson County Vietnam veterans. They will always be remembered for their sacrifices and their l…
In this burial groundthe first public burial groundin the City of Anderson, S.C.,rest fifty or more personsknown only to God.This plaque is in honor ofthose unnamed persons wholived and died as a partof the Anderson community.
Anderson PresbyterianChurch CemeteryFounded 1837Land Given byJudge J.N. WhitnerUsed as the FirstPublic Burial GroundFor the Village
Civic Center of Anderson - 1992Chris Taylor Memorial Park - Dedicated 1998Anderson Sports Complex - 1999Anderson County Amphitheater - 1999—————————————-The Anderson Cou…
This monument is dedicated to the war veterans of Anderson County. On its walls are listed the names of our natives who served in World War I, World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, and the Persian Gulf War. In addition, the monument lists…
William A. Floyd, a man of vision, served Anderson County as the first African-American elected to the Anderson County Council. He touched the lives of many county residents in various ways, as a husband, father, teacher, coach, councilman, Christ…
Famous aviator Amelia Earhart landed on an airfield near here on November 14, 1931. She was piloting a Beechnut Autogiro on a nation wide tour promoting Beechnut Products. It was shortly after completing this tour that she made her famous solo fli…
· A mobile, full tracked, lightly armored antiaircraft & ground support weapon system.· Manufactured by Cadillac at the Cleveland Tank Arsenal in the 1950s.· Weight of 49,500 pounds and a crew of six.· Powered by a cont…
Remembering those that gavetheir lives protecting peopleand property—————"...We are the defenders from fire, of the art which has beautified the world, the product of the genius of man and the means of refinement of m…
Named in honor ofWilton E. Hall Publisher ofThe Anderson IndependentandDaily Mail For his dedicated serviceto Anderson Countyand South Carolina