Allendale County, South Carolina on the Savannah River, Welcome!

Allendale County Communities and Place Names (please send additions, updates, and corrections):

Allendale Burned to the ground by Sherman's troops under Gen. Kilpatrick in the winter of 1865.  Moved to the present location (to the East) after 1873.
Appleton
Baldock
Barton
Brown's Landing
Bull Pond A plantation of Michael Brown whose 1835 will devised it to his children. The 700 acre place adjoined William Flowers and William R. Erwin.
Buford's Bridge
Burton's Ferry Landing
Cleland Crossroads
Cohen's Bluff The name of this location was changed from Matthews Bluff to Cohens Bluff sometime after 1850.
Concord
Concord Crossroads
Fairfax
Gill's Crossroads
Gravel Hill Gravel Hill, a fifteen room house, was constructed by Benjamin Lawton Willingham in 1856
Jennys
Johnson's Landing
King Creek Landing
Little Hell Landing
Matthews Bluff See Cohen's Bluff.
Milbury
Millett(off site) near Martin, Lower Three Runs Creek, the Savannah River Plant and Little Hell Landing on the Savannah River.  There are Millett Area Obituaries (off site).
Millettville
Moores Crossroads
Red Bluff Landing
Roselawn Roselawn was built by Rev. Joseph Alexander Lawton c1835.
Rouse
Seiglingville
Stillwood Stillwood, a Bryan family house, was constructed before the Civil War.
Sycamore
Thomas
Ulmers
Wilson

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