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Anderson County, South Carolina

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  • Barbara Margaretta Lister (1781 - 1859)
    the TVA and they said if no one claimed the grave, in 1966, and moved it then their graves are underwater. Her grave was submerged when Alabama Power and the Tennessee Valley Authority built the Neely-...
  • Alma "Pauline" Reavis (1931 - 2011)
    Mrs. Pauline Yon "Polly" Reavis, 80, of 1501 Longbow Drive, passed away Monday, December 5, 2011, at CMC-NorthEast in Concord. A funeral service is scheduled for 11:00 am Thursday, December 8, 2011, a...
  • Ira Pearson Yon (1928 - 2015)
    Mr. Yon was born in Anderson, SC. He was a son of the late Thomas Wyatt Yon and Annie Robinson Yon. He retired from U.S. Navy after 30 years of service. After his military service, he worked for Cannon...
  • Thomas "Frank" Yon (1926 - 1986)
    US ARMY WORLD WAR II

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Overview

Anderson County is a county located in the U.S. state of South Carolina. Named for Revolutionary War leader Robert Anderson, the county is located in northwestern South Carolina, along the Georgia border.

Anderson County contains 55,950-acre Lake Hartwell, a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers lake with nearly 1,000 miles of shoreline for residential and recreational use. The area is a growing industrial, commercial and tourist center. It is the home of Anderson University, a private, selective comprehensive university of approximately 3,000 undergraduate and graduate students.

Adjacent Counties

Cities, Towns & Communities

  • Anderson (County Seat)
  • Belton
  • Centerville
  • Cheddar
  • Clemson (part)
  • Craytonville
  • Easley (part)
  • Fair Play (part)
  • Homeland Park
  • Honea Path (part)
  • Iva
  • La France
  • Northlake
  • Pelzer
  • Pendleton
  • Piedmont (part)
  • Piercetown
  • Powdersville
  • Sandy Springs
  • Starr
  • Townville (part)
  • West Pelzer
  • Williamston

Links

Wikipedia

National Register of Historic Places

Genealogy Trails

Anderson County Genealogical Society

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