Marlboro County, SC
TOWNS
 
 

[Town Histories]   [1880 Census Townships]

 

Towns of Marlboro County, Modern and Historical

TOWNHISTORYNOTES
Adamsville Adamsville (no longer exists) In 1895: pop. 42, had post office
Bennettsville
(county seat)
Bennettsville In 1895: pop. 978, had post office, railroad and express office
Blenheim Blenheim In 1895: pop. 107, had post office
Brightsville   In 1895: pop. 48, had post office
Brownsville Brownsville In 1895: pop. 25, had post office
Clio Clio In 1895: pop. 124, had post office
Covington   In 1895: pop. ?, had post office
Drake   In 1895: pop. ?, had post office
Dunbar    
Key   In 1895: pop. ?, had post office
Kollock   In 1895: pop. ?, had railroad, no post office
Lester    
McColl   In 1895: pop. ?, had railroad, post office, & express office
McColl Facts (offsite)
Mandeville   In 1895: pop. ?, had railroad, no post office
Newtonville   In 1895: pop. 57, had post office
Pearson   In 1895: pop. ?, had post office
Queensdale   In 1895: pop. ?, had post office
Red Hill   In 1895: pop. ?, had post office
Tatum    
Tatum Station   In 1895: pop. 99, had post office, railroad & express office
Wallace    
     

Townships of Marlboro County - 1880 Census

Is this list of townships complete? If not, please let me know. Thank you!

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