Places & Things of Interest
in Horry County
Places & Things are arranged in alphabetical order.
Allsbrook - Rankin House
Aynor Mystery Where did Aynor, SC get it's name?
Bank History of Horry County
Family Mystery: Why did Louisa Cooper Barnhill disown her daughter?
Bayboro Presbyterian Church
Beaty (Rev. Thomas Akin Beaty) Plantation
Beaty, Rev. Thomas Akin, walking cane
Bigham, The Trials of Edmund
Bryan House, Headquarters of the Horry County Historical Society
Cane Branch Baptist Church
Congdon Store Ledger in Conwayborough June 19, 1856 - 20 December 1858
Coastal Carolina The Founding of Coastal
Conway High School, Built in 1937
Cool Springs by Mary Kate Jones (Mrs. Ludy) Benjamin
Dimery Settlement Indian Descendants in the South Carolina Low Country
Evergreen Community by W. Hal King
Grahams of Horry by Harmon D. Graham (Graham Family History)
Graham House (in the Green Sea section)
Gurley Baptist Church
Henrietta, ship built in Bucksville in 1875 (Photo)
Horry County Court House (3rd county court house, built in 1908. (Photo)
Horry District Jail built in 1825/26 in Conwayborough. This was the second Horry District Jail. (Photo)
Independent Republic Quarterly Image Index
Kingston Presbyterian Church, A History of Kingston Presbyterian Church
Kingston Presbyterian Church (then and now photos)
Kingston Presbyterian Churchyard (Photo)
Little River Archaeological Investigation Web Link (Glen Dornoch Golf Course)
Loris Certificate of Incorporation
Loris: The First Hundred Years
Loris in Rebellion
Markers (Historical Markers)
Maple Baptist Church A Brief Historical Sketch, 1894-1990
Mitchelle C. (sidewheeler riverboat of the Waccamaw Line of Steamers (Photo)
Movies Heyday of the Movies in Conway
Peoples Federal Savings & Loan Association of Conway, SC.
Petition, A Kingston County This is actually two petitions (General Assembly Petitions, numbers 52 and 57) with the same text, but different signers. However, only petition number 52 appears to have actual signatures, number 57 having the names all in the same handwriting. In 1800 Kingston County was made Horry District.
Petition for Ferry at Dog Bluff General Assembly Petitions 1792 #198 Liberty & Kingston Co. 1792-198-01
Pisgah United Methodist Church History
Presbyterian Church at Gurley
Quattlebaum Office, a property of the Horry County Historical Society
Sandy Plain Methodist Church
Shipwreck - the WWII era shipwreck of the Dutch Merchant ship, the Hebe
Socastee Methodist Church (photo)
Star Bluff, History of
Skipper, Abijah Hollingsworth, House
Timber and Turpentine Industries in Horry County.
Tour of Horry County A 1940's Tour of Horry County from "South Carolina, A Guide to the Palmetto State", compiled by Workers of the Writers' Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of South Carolina. Oxford Press. 1941
Waccamaw River Memorial Bridge
Willow Springs United Methodist Church
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