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2 edition of History of Pumpkintown - Oolenoy. found in the catalog.

History of Pumpkintown - Oolenoy.

Bert Hendricks Reece

History of Pumpkintown - Oolenoy.

by Bert Hendricks Reece

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Published by Miracle Hill Print Shop in [Pickens? S.C.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Pickens (S.C.)
    • Subjects:
    • Pickens (S.C.) -- History.

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF277.P5 R4
      The Physical Object
      Pagination61 p.
      Number of Pages61
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5690839M
      LC Control Number70017655

        According to historical records, Pumpkintown was so named by an early traveler who was amazed by the large yellow pumpkins that covered the fields of nearby Oolenoy River Valley. Festival organizers remind attendees that the Oolenoy Community building and surrounding property are tobacco- and vape-free grounds. Explore this cemetery for graves, information and tombstones for names in Oolenoy Baptist Church Cemetery in Pumpkintown, South Carolina, a Find A Grave on: Miracle Hill Road, Pumpkintown, .

      New characters enter the book as old ones are remembered, new secrets and revelations but always the same fun with our two favorite inspectors of Pumpkintown. This was for sure the book with more action, more characters and more surprises, perhaps even the darkest one of the series/5. The Oolenoy River is a minor tributary of the Saluda River sourced near Sassafras Mountain in northern Pickens County, South imately 37 miles in length, it empties into the South Fork Saluda River near the Pumpkintown Community. It is part of the Santee River System.. Coordinates.

      Here's a passage from the book "Echoes Oolenoy-Pumpkintown", written , "The Jones' Graveyard is located about a mile northeast of Wilford Medlin's Store. It is in a deep wood. There is a fence around a plot where thirty-four people are on: 3m SE of Pumpkintown, Pumpkintown, . An article from compared schools to those of thirteen years prior. The photo of Oolenoy School exactly matches my mystery school above, but not the one labeled “” I only found one more reference on a random wiki website. It speaks of the opening of a new Ambler-Griffin-Oolenoy School on the Pumpkintown Road in


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History of Pumpkintown - Oolenoy by Bert Hendricks Reece Download PDF EPUB FB2

History of Pumpkintown - Oolenoy Unknown Binding – January 1, by Bert Hendricks Reece (Author)Author: Bert Hendricks Reece. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. History of Pumpkintown - Oolenoy by Bert Hendricks Reece,Miracle Hill Print Shop edition, in English.

History of Pumpkintown - Oolenoy. [Bert Hendricks Reece] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library.

Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. Find items in libraries near you. In History of Pumpkintown-Oolenoy (B. Reece,pp. ), the author calls the place “Liberia.” In an old photograph of Emerson Kemp, the place name is “Liberia.” When given a chance to name the road through the community, the Owens Family selected “Liberia Road.”.

Echoes: Oolenoy--Pumpkintown Hardcover – January 1, by Alma Lynch (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover, January 1, "Please retry" — Author: Alma Lynch. This community, settled beforewas named "Pumpkin Town" by an anonymous early traveler awed by the sight of the Oolenoy Valley covered with huge yellow pumpkins.

It and Pickens Court House (Old Pickens) were the only two towns in present-day Pickens County in Steven Byrum writes in his McMinn History book that the area called Pumpkintown was north of Calhoun and existed at a time when land was being divided between the Indians and the white settlers.

McMinn County Historical Society President Fred Underdown states that Pumpkintown History of Pumpkintown - Oolenoy. book located "two miles east of Athens."Author: Esther Nunley.

The Edens family has been part of Oolenoy Valley for a long time. Historical Marker {From HISTORY of PUMPKINTOWN and OOLENOY COMMUNITY.} {Bert Hendricks Reece, } Among the early settlers of the Oolenoy Valley who came down from Virginia, were Samuel Edens and his wife.

They had five children, one of whom was William Elford (Dr. Bill) Edens. P Pumpkintown / Oolenoy. Built 35mm negative For comments, suggestions or to provide additional information, please send an e-mail to [email protected]: K.

If the Oolenoy Community Center in Pickens County reminds you of an old schoolhouse, that’s because it was. Built inthe center is the heart of Pumpkintown, serving up Friday night bluegrass music on its bandstand around back and hosting the annual Pumpkin Festival each October.

The Oolenoy Baptist Church Cemetery was established ca. in the Pumpkintown community of Pendleton (later Pickens) District. Its significance is derived from its age, its association with the early settlement and growth of the South Carolina upcountry, and as a cemetery containing the graves of persons of transcendent local importance.

John Mike Coggeshall reviewed Oolenoy Community House — 5 star Ap Does anyone know how to get in touch with the family of the woman (Bert Hendricks Reece) who wrote "The History of Pumpkintown-Oolenoy?"5/5(1).

A timelapse drive through a rural area near Greenville, South Carolina, including the towns of Oolenoy, Pumpkintown, and Dacusville. Shot with a dashboard mounted GoPro Hero 2. Rev. Tyre L. Roper, the longest-serving minister here, preached at Oolenoy from until his death in The first sanctuary, a log building, was replaced about by a frame church, later enlarged in and The present brick sanctuary was built in   Reporter Cherish Benton of Better Carolinas visits the Oolenoy Community House for a blue grass jam.

Learn more about the Oolenoy Community House: http://www. While has a section about the history of the school, I found Tom Taylor's excellent, thorough writeup about the school's history much more satisfying.

We spotted all kinds of interesting old buildings and other features worth photographing along Pumpkintown Road, but the time just wasn't available. Next time. Pumpkintown, as history records, became a popular, bustling settlement sharing the land with the Cherokees. Before the settlement got a name, thousands of monstrous pumpkins grew in the rich soil of Oolenoy Valley (named for Chief Woolenoy).

One night, the pioneer settlers argued over a. History of Pumpkintown & Oolenoy - Home Page - Pumpkintown Pumpkin Festival - Oolenoy Community Cen History of the Pumpkintown & Oolenoy community in Pickens County, South Carolina as well as lore about pioneer and rural Southern lifestyles.

We have some rare books at the McMinn County Living Heritage Museum as part of our collection: Two of the books were printed in Pumpkintown.

They are Gunn's Domestic Medicine. Here, Alexander and his family settled in the Oolenoy Valley, near the present-day town of Pumpkintown, South Carolina.

The valley where Alexander settled was named for Woolenoy (the white settlers dropped the “W” in the early s), chief of the Cherokee Indians, who had made this land their home for centuries. The community was settled beforeand was originally called "Pumpkin Town", named by an anonymous early traveler who was impressed at seeing the nearby Oolenoy River valley covered with large yellow : Pickens County.City Directories and History: The historic ca.

Oolenoy Baptist Church, the building dates to ca. and was constructed by Wilburn McJunkin. Pumpkintown – This famous center and popular community on Oolenoy River was originally occupied by a large division of the Cherokee Indians.

The valley is very wide and the soil is rich, alluvial.Reading the first volume of Aubrey Law's Pumpkintown Perils: A Witch Mystery Collection (Book ) was a good read for the upcoming Halloween. The book's cover, showing an almost whimsical of a similarly green Wicked Witch of the West, a black cat, creepy pumpkins, and crows flying over a full moon, drew me in to thinking that the book was /5.