Calhoun County, SC
Four towns, St. Matthews, Fort Motte, Lone Star and Cameron.
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Entrance to Fort Motte Jail Office
Fort Motte Post Office No longer in operation - Mebs
This picture illustrates how Hamlet feels of Denmark. He tells Rosencrantz and Guildenstern that he feels Denmark is a prison. He just wishes to go back to his studies at university. Motte Jail, Hamlet Feelings, Carolina History, Pictures Illustration, Forts Motte, Feelings Denmark, South Carolina, Jail Cell, Calhoun County
Fort Motte, SC The Old Jail at Fort Motte View of the back of the building My great-grandfather Benjamin Walling's name is on the cornerstone as the town clerk. - Mebs Forts Motte Ne, Carolina History, Benjamin Wallinger, Great Grandfather Benjamin, Motte View, Drinks Teas, Town Clerks, South Carolina, Calhoun County
Fort Motte, SC The Old Jail at Fort Motte View of the back of the building My great-grandfather Benjamin Walling's name is on the cornerstone as the town clerk. - Mebs
2010 Purple Martin Festival St. Matthews, SC Pictured with the Purple Martin are Reed Dyches, Jane Dyches (Executive director of the Chamber) and Terri Swofford (2009 recipient of a Calhoun County Chamber Scholarship)
St. Matthews Lutheran Church About 6/7 miles from St. Matthews on Hwy. 6, near Creston, SC My Church - Mebs
school photo The old St. Matthews High School - no longer here - Mebs
South Carolina designated the sabal palmetto (Inodes Palmetto) as the official state tree in 1939. Sabal palmetto (also called cabbage palmetto) is a familiar symbol of South Carolina, featured on the state flag, great seal, and state quarter: Sabal Palmetto001, States Trees, Sabal Palms, Palms Trees, Palm Trees, Palmetto Trees, Palmetto States, Cabbages Palmetto, South Carolina
South Carolina State Tree: Palmetto