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Horry County Patriot Tree Dedication

Conway, South Carolina – The Horry County Board of Architectural Review and Historic Preservation, the Conway Garden Club Council and the Horry County Historical Society will host a dedication for the Horry County Patriot Tree Project September 12, 2014, at 11 a.m. at the Old Horry County Courthouse located at 1201 Third Avenue in Conway. 

The Horry County Patriot Tree Project pairs live oak trees with soldiers from Horry County who served during the Civil War.  Each one of the trees will have a QR code marker which will direct smart phone users to a website listing the soldier’s name, birth date, birth place, death date, burial place, and other available details of the soldier’s service. 

During the dedication, 23-trees will be paired with Civil War veterans of Horry County.  Honored at the ceremony will be:

  • Richard Bushrod Singleton
  • Zaccheus W. Dusenbury, Sr.
  • Jeremiah Smith
  • Abijah Hollingsworth Skipper
  • William H. Bruton
  • James E. Dusenbury
  • James Horry Dusenbury
  • U.A. Dusenbury
  • William W. Lawrimore
  • Richard A. Lawrimore
  • John R. Lawrimore
  • Robert Lawrimore
  • James M. Lawrimore
  • John Ralston Lawrimore
  • George Congdon
  • Josiah Cox
  • Waterman Grainger
  • Robert T. Anderson
  • Henry Anderson
  • Benjamin Avant
  • John R. Beaty
  • Thomas W. Beaty
  • John H. Grant

The ceremony is free and open to the public.

For more information, contact Adam Emrick, Senior Planner with Horry County Planning & Zoning and 843-915-5340.



Horry County Patriot Tree Dedication

Conway, South Carolina – The Horry County Board of Architectural Review and Historic Preservation, the Camellia Garden Club of Conway, the Horry County Historical Society, and the Waccamaw Archives Center at Coastal Carolina University will host the first dedication for the Horry County Patriot Tree Project February 28, 2014, at 11 a.m. at Upper Mill Plantation in Bucksville. 

The Horry County Patriot Tree Project pairs live oak trees with soldiers from Horry County who served during the Civil War. Each one of the trees will have a QR code marker which will direct smart phone users to a website listing the soldier’s name, birth date, birth place, death date, burial place, and other available details of the soldier’s service.

During the dedication, twelve trees will be paired with Civil War veterans of Horry County including Captain Henry L. Buck who was the owner of Upper Mill Plantation during the war. Also being recognized is Henry McCall, an African American who accompanied the soldiers from Horry County to the War and surrendered with the troops at Appomattox. The ceremony is free and open to the public.

For more information, contact Adam Emrick, Senior Planner with Horry County Planning & Zoning and 843-915-5340.


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