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Winton County Court House Historical Marker


Location of sign - 5 miles down South Carolina Hwy 3 south of Barnwell, South Carolina


Photo taken- April 2008


Winton County Court House

Photo courtesy of Jimmy Wayne


Text of sign:


Winton County Court House Site


1.4 Miles

Originally Barnwell County was part of Granville County, later part of Orangeburg District.  Winton County was created by act

of the legislature Mar. 12, 1786.  Justices William Robertson, John Parkinson, Thomas Knight, Richard Treadway, Daniel Green, 

William Buford and James Fair were directed to erect a court house, gaol, pillory whipping post and stocks.  These were built of

pine logs.  Winton County became Barnwell District in 1798 and Barnwell County in 1868.


Erected by Gen. John Barnwell Chapter D.A.R.


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