The Lynches Lake Historical Society Offerings To The Public

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Date - 11/02/2018
10:45 am - 12:00 pm

On The Green (In Front of the Bean Market)
111 Henry St

Presented By
Kent Daniels

All Teachers, Staff, and historians of all ages

The Lynches Lake Historical Society deals with the history of the Lake City area from the time of the Native American peoples exclusively, through the 1730’s immigration of foreign (mostly European) settlers to the Williamsburg and Queensborough townships, through the Colonial and Revolutionary War periods in South Carolina, to present time. The society has a South Carolinians who fought for our Independence in the American Revolutionary War.

Following you will find the society’s offerings available for public use. They include both this locality within Florence County and the surrounding counties of Williamsburg, Marion, Sumter, and Darlington.

1. Files on Francis Marion’s freedom fighters over ten thousand files.
2. Research Room.
3. Microfilm reader, printer, computer access, and study space in the Research Room.
4. Library.
5. U.S. Census records from 1790 through 1940.
6. Records of deeds, plats, wills, estates.
7. Church records.
8. Family histories.
9. Lake City Council Minutes from 1917 to the 1950’s.
10. Other miscellaneous records.
11. Lecture on the second Tuesday of the school months.
12. Newsletter published quarterly.
13. E-mailed items upon request.
14. Walking Tour of Revolutionary War Williamsburg District, coming soon. It will begin in
the morning and end in the afternoon with a break for lunch. The tour guide will tell, among
other things, the story of Francis Marion and his men during the dark days of 1780-81 as
they fought for our freedom.


Bookings are closed for this event.