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“Thorn’s Ferry, operated by Hezekiah Thorn, is shown on the 1820 Mill’s Atlas map of York District. Thorn’s Ferry was at the lower end of Mountain Island, south of where Allison Creek enters the Catawba. The site is now under the waters of Lake Wylie.” – Louise Pettus
|Big Sugar Creek|
|Chesterfield Court House|
|Five Mile Creek|
|Landsford or Lands Ford|
|Little Sugar Creek|
|Mt Groghan P.O.|
|Thorns Ferry – Thorn’s Ferry PO operated by Postmaster Major T. Hall from 1815 – 1825.|
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