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|Allison Creek *** Ca. 1854 PO operated by Joseph Miller|
|Crowders Creek *** PO operated by John Fullendwider, Jr., 1826-1835|
|Hooks Defeat (Huck’s Defeat)|
|Howels Ferry or Howell’s|
|South Fork of Fishing Creek|
*** The Rock Hill Herald on June 24, 1903, reported “a flour and grist mill has been erected on the banks of Crowders Creek, below Riddles Mill. It is owned and operated by R.J. Davis, who is turning out a good quality of flour and meal. J.C. Wallace of Tirzah was there lasts week and placed lightening rods of the building.
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