Historical Markers in
Sumter County, South Carolina

Battle of Beech Creek / The Civil War Ends In S.C Battle of Dingles Mill Battle of Dingle's Mill Battle of Stateburg Bethel Baptist Church Bethel United Methodist Church Beulah School Birthplace of Mary McLeod Bethune Burwell Boykin / Battle of Boykins Mill Cane Savannah Plantation Church of the Holy Cross Church of the Holy Cross Church of the Holy Cross Stateburg / Holy Cross Churchyard Clara Louise Kellogg Col. David Dubose Gaillard Concord Presbyterian Church Early Charleston Road Elizabeth White House Enon Baptist Church First Baptist Church First Baptist Church Furman Academy and Theological Institution Gen. Thomas Sumter Memorial Highway General Sumter Memorial Academy General Thomas Sumter General Thomas Sumter 1734 -1832 General Thomas Sumter Grave Goodwill Presbyterian Church, U.S.A. Green Swamp Methodist Church Henry J. Maxwell Farm Henry L. Scarborough House High Hills Baptist Church Joel Roberts Poinsett Kendall Institute Lenoir Store Major General George L. Mabry, Jr. Veterans Memorial Park Military Post / Potter's Raid Millford Plantation Mount Pisgah African Methodist Episcopal Church Mt. Zion Methodist Church Oakland Plantation Potter's Headquarters / Federal Order Of Battle Richard Richardson Salem (Black River) Presbyterian Church Site of Furman Academy Site of Manchester Site of The Battle of Dingle's Mill Skirmish at Dinkins' Mill St. Anne Catholic Church St. James Lutheran Church St. Mark's Episcopal Church St. Paul African American Methodist Episcopal Church Sumter District Confederate Dead Sumter Institute Sumter Vietnam Memorial Sumter World War II Monument Sumterville Academy Sumter's Court Houses Sumter's Memorial To Its Brave Soldiers Temple Sinai The Mayesville Story The Tuomey Hospital Thomas Sumter Wedgefield Presbyterian Church William Tennent Y.M.C.A. " Ebenezer "