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City Directories and History: Click on the MORE INFORMATION / MAPS links, found under the primary picture, to see an enlargeable postal maps (sections North and South), of the county Post Office locations in 1896. Enter the specific name in R&R’s search box to locate additional information on each of these locations found on R&R’s pages. (Old Postal Maps – Spartanburg County, S.C.)
LIST OF LOCATIONS:
|Campabello – Campobello|
Blackwood, Ibra Charles, lawyer ; born at Blackwood Post office, Spartanburg County, November 21, 1878; son of Charles and Louvina Burns Blackwood; attended county schools, Furman University, Wofford College, in class of 1898, studied law in private offices, admitted to bar, 1902, beginning practice in same year; elected to Legislature, 1902, serving two terms, member of Judiciary Committee; elected Solicitor, 1916, re-elected 1920; active in all war work campaigns and enterprises during World War; married Margaret Hodges, Knoxville, Tenn., 1915; Grand Master Spartan Lodge, Senior Grand Deacon of Grand Lodge of S. C., member of Moose, W. O. W., Past Eminent, Spartan Commandery No. 3. Home, Spartanburg, S. C.
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