Historical Markers in
Florence County, South Carolina

A National Cemetery System A National Cemetery System All Gave Some – Some Gave All Alone With Memories American Legion Post #1 / 2nd Lieutenant Fred H. Sexton Atomic Bomb Accident at Mars Bluff, March 11, 1958 Brooke Rifled Cannon, VI.4-inch Brooke Rifled Cannon, VII-inch Browntown Burch's Mill: South Carolina’s First Civil War Nears It’s End Carillon Christ Episcopal Church Church Street/Main Street Civil War Union Burials Dahlgren, IX-inch Desert Storm Dewitt Bluff Ebenezer Church Florence Depot (1852) / Wilmington & Manchester RR Florence National Cemetery Florence National Cemetery Florence National Cemetery Florence Stockade Monument Florence Veterans Park Francis Marion Memorial Highway Gold Star Family Monument Greater St. James A.M.E. Church Guns of the CSS Peedee H.H. Singletary Building Hannah Henry Timrod Hewn-Timber Cabins Home Safe Hopewell Presbyterian Church Jamestown Korea Lake City Marion at Port’s Ferry / Asbury at Port’s Ferry Moses S. Haynsworth Mt. Zion Methodist Church Mt. Zion Rosenwald School Ney School / Back Swamp School Palmetto State Bank Robbery Pisgah Methodist Church POW✯MIA Purple Heart Recipients Red Doe Roseville Plantation Roseville Plantation Slave And Freedman's Cemetery / Clarke Cemetery September 11, 2001 Ship’s Bell The Assassination Of Rep. Alfred Rush The Cruiser Pee Dee, C.S.N. The Marine Corps League of Florence, SC U.S. Navy Monument United States Air Force Memorial United States Army Monument United States Merchant Marine Monument US Coast Guard Monument Vietnam Veterans Monument W.T. Askins House Whitehead Infirmary William Gee William H. Johnson Birthplace William R. Johnson House / The Columns William W. Harllee Wilson School / Wilson High School Witherspoon’s Ferry / Johnsonville Witherspoon’s Ferry: Francis Marion Takes Command World War I Memorial World War II Memorial World War II Memorial Young Farm