City Directories and History: The correspondence between the George W. Williams Company and Mr. James “Enoree” Anderson of Spartanburg, S.C., in the mid 19th
century identifies this as the extensive location of the Williams Wholesale Grocery business. Also see #1 Broad Street as well as #16 Meeting Street for additional information on Mr. Williams. Anderson’s Mill was an early upcountry, S.C. grist mill which remained in operation until ca. 1975.
The 1860 receipt, of Ann H. White of Rock Hill, S.C., states the store was located at 1-3 Hayne Street and 67-71 Market Street. A later receipt states that he was in business with: George W. Williams, E.C. Williams, James H. Taylor, William Birnie and Edwin Platt.
Other sources of interest: Charleston Tax Payers of Charleston, SC in 1860-61 and the Dwelling Houses of Charleston by Alice R.H. Smith – 1917
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