ⓘ Honea Path, South Carolina

                                     

ⓘ Honea Path, South Carolina

Honea Path is a town primarily in Anderson County, South Carolina and extending into Abbeville County in the northwest part of the state. The population was 3.597 at the 2010 census.

                                     
  • Belton - Honea Path High School BHP is a comprehensive, co - educational, public secondary school located in Honea Path South Carolina United States. It
  • Representatives for South Carolina s 3rd congressional district. He served for three terms from 1933 to 1939. John Clarence was born in Honea Path Anderson County
  • was an American lawyer and politician. Born in Honea Path South Carolina Anderson County, South Carolina Carter served in the United States Coast Guard
  • historic farmhouse with a fieldstone foundation, located near Honea Path South Carolina Its construction was completed in several phases in order to
  • South Carolina. The highway connects the Anderson and Laurens areas with Honea Path and Ware Shoals. It has a unique feature in that it intersects U.S. Route 76
  • Street Green Avenue in Greenville connecting McCormick, Abbeville, Due West, Honea Path Belton, and Williamston. Between 1924 - 1925, SC 20 was extended north
  • Upstate region of South Carolina The station is licensed by the Federal Communications Commission FCC to the town of Honea Path and broadcasts on 103
  • music and Christian talk and teaching. In 2015, 103.1 WHQA in Honea Path South Carolina became the flagship station of The Life FM, after the station
  • located in Belton, Missouri Belton High School Texas located in Belton, Texas Belton - Honea Path High School, located in Honea Path South Carolina
  • Railway, Honea Path Division PKHP Port Terminal Railroad of South Carolina PTR Port Utilities Commission of Charleston, South Carolina PUCC RJ
  • SC 28 from Seneca to Anderson, and US 178 from Anderson to Honea Path From Honea Path the highway heads east to Laurens. This section is a rural two - lane
  • his death from pneumonia in Columbia, South Carolina in 1965. Johnston was born near Honea Path South Carolina in Anderson County. His family maintained