ⓘ Jonesville, South Carolina

                                     

ⓘ Jonesville, South Carolina

Jonesville is located at 34°50′8″N 81°40′54″W 34.835689, -81.681712.

According to the census Bureau United States, the city has a total area of 1.0 square miles 2.6 km 2, of which, 1.0 square km 2.6 km 2 sushi and 0.97% is water.

                                     
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  • The Means House near Jonesville South Carolina was built in 1821. Situated on an isolated 20 acres in rural Union County SC, the 2650 square foot Means
  • pursuits. He died in Jonesville South Carolina May 13, 1859 and was interred in Old Presbyterian Cemetery, Union, South Carolina His son was General
  • Jonesville originally called Allen s Settlement, is the oldest town in Yadkin County, North Carolina United States, and was once recognized as the largest
  • SC 18 and passes to the east of Jonesville It is officially designated as a west - east highway, but is physically north - south SC 114 begins at an intersection
  • serves mostly the northern area of Yadkin County, connecting the towns of Jonesville Boonville and East Bend, along with the city of Winston - Salem in Forsyth
  • The city of Union is the county seat of Union County, South Carolina United States. The population was 8, 393 at the 2010 census. It is the principal city
  • Georgia, NRHP - listed Emily Means House, South Bristol, Maine, NRHP - listed Means House Jonesville South Carolina NRHP - listed V. R. Means House, Belton
  • Draft. Youngblood was born in Union, South Carolina He attended Jonesville High School in Jonesville South Carolina where he was all - conference in football
  • McWhirter House is a historic home located at Jonesville Union County, South Carolina It was built in 1909, and is a two - story, frame Classical Revival
  • South Carolina Highway 9 SC 9 is a 258.3 - mile - long 416 km major state highway in the U.S. state of South Carolina The route runs from North Myrtle