KINGS CREEK: This town was first referred to during an 1823/24 election as “Cross Roads Precinct.”
JACKSON FURNACE: Post office established here in 1832 with Thomas N. Martin as Postmaster. It was changed to Kings Mountain Furnace in June 1840 with Daniel Clary Fulton as Postmaster; he continued to December 1841.
LEECH CEMETERY: Also known as the “Patsy Leech Cemetery, this family grave yard is located on the Wilkerson farm on Irene Bridge Road south of Hickory Grove.
LEGAL LAW POST OFFICE: Postmaster John L. Carroll; name changed to Taylor’s Creek in 1853
MEEK’S HILL: Located north of Sharon, perhaps on or near the old Howell’s Ferry – Yorkville Road. A post office was established here in 1838 with Eli Meek as Postmaster. D. T. Byers was appointed Postmaster at some point; he resigned in April 1855. James M. Whitesides accepted the appointment and located the office in his store. *** Harvey Teal’s S.C. Postal History states: Grand Hill (Meek’s Post Office), was operated by John R. S. Meek 1857 – 1861.
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