1825 Mills Atlas - Greenville District
Greenville County, South Carolina Genealogy Trails
Transcribed by Andrew Staton
Mills Atlas (Atlas of the State) was first published by Robert Mills in
1825. It was the first Atlas of its kind in the United States,
compiling surveys completed by miscellaneous surveyors to form a
detailed atlas of the entire state. In 1820, George Salmon was hired to
complete the map for Greenville District, and completed it the same year at the scale of two miles to an inch. On the map, names
of places and surnames of landowners in the county were included. This
excludes inside the city limits of Greenville.
M. H. - Meeting House; P. O. - Post Office
Beaver Dam Creek (2)
Bellinger’s FordBenson’s Ironworks
Benson’s Mill (2)
Benson’s, Maj.: Mill
Brushy Creek (2)
Choices Mill (2)
Clear Creek (2)
Columbia Road to Asheville
Ford’s, Widow: Br.
Fork Shoal P. O.
From Earle’s Bridge to Spartanburgh Line
From Greenville to Saluda Gap
From Greenville to Spartanburgh Line
From Holland’s Ford to Greenville
From Laurens Line to Greenville
From Maulden’s Bridge to Greenville (3)
the Fork at Hodges to Spartanburg Line
North Fork Otis P. O.
Otis P. O.
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