Historical Markers in
Edgefield County, South Carolina

12 Stone Monument A History of Violence Agricultural History Andrew Pickens Benjamin R. Tillman House Benjamin Ryan Tillman Bettis Academy Bettis Academy Big Stevens Creek Baptist Church (Hardy's) Birthplace of General James Longstreet Darby Edgefield Edgefield County Edgefield County Confederate Monument Edgefield County Veterans Memorial Edgefield County World War I Memorial Edgefield United Methodist Church / The Reverend Joseph Moore Edwards Building First Baptist Church / Village Cemetery First Term of Court Francis Wilkinson Pickens George McDuffie Governors and Lieutenant Governors from Edgefield Horns Creek Baptist Church / Revolutionary Skirmish at Horns Creek Horn's Creek Church Industrial History Israel Mukashy Building J. Strom Thurmond J. Strom Thurmond Birthplace James Henry Hammond James Strom Thurmond John Calhoun Sheppard John Gary Evans Johnston Johnston Civil War Monument Johnston Presbyterian Church Johnston Schools / Johnston Educators Lott's Tavern & Post Office Lt. General James Longstreet (1821-1904) Lynch Building M60A3 Main Battle Tank Martha M. Rich Building Milledge Luke Bonham Mt. Canaan Baptist Church Oakley Park Museum Old Law Building Old Simkins Cemetery Original Site of Furman Academy Piedmont Technical College, Edgefield Center Pierce Mason Butler Political Heritage Religion & Education Richard Tutt House / Tutt Cemetery Sheppard's Crossroads The Booth-Toney Shootout of 1878 The Jewish Merchants of Edgefield The Name "Edgefield" Town of Edgefield Parking Lot Turner's Country Store Village Academy / Furman Academy and Theological Institute Welcome to Historic Edgefield Welcome to Historic Edgefield William Johnston