1825 Mills Atlas - Greenville District
Greenville County, South Carolina Genealogy Trails
Transcribed by Andrew Staton

The 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

Place Names
Academies
Alexander’s Mill
Anderson’s Bridge
Armstrong’s Cr.
Arnold’s Mill
Ballard’s Store
Beaver Dam Creek (2)
Bellinger’s FordBenson’s Ironworks
Benson’s Mill (2)
Benson’s, Maj.: Mill
Benson’s Turnpike
Berry’s Mill
Blue Ridge
Bolling’s Mill
Bradford’s Mound
Bradley’s Mill
Bridge Hodge
Brockman’s Mill
Brushy Creek (2)
Carruth’s Armory
Cedar Shoal
Cesars Head
Choices Mill (2)
Clarks Ferry
Clear Creek (2)
Columbia Road to Asheville
Commissioner’s Camp
Corbin’s Mt.
Cureton’s Mill
Devils I.
Dismal Mt.
Douthel’s Ford
Durbans Creek
Earle’s Bridge
Edward’s Mill
Enoree River
Evan’s Mount
Fall Creek
Ford’s Mill
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)

 From the Fork at Hodges to Spartanburg Line
From the Fork to the Line
Garrison’s Mill
Gilders Creek
Golden Grove Creek
Green Mountain
Green River
Green’s Creek
Green’s, E.: Tav.
Greenville
Gunnell’s Tav.
Hammit Mill
Harrison’s Bridge
Haygood’s or Earle’s Upper Bridge
Hickory Head Spring
Hogback Mount.
Holland’s Ford
Horse Creek
Horsepen Creek
Hunts’ Mill
Hurricane Shoal
Hutching’s Mill and Cotton Facy.
Kilgore’s Mill
Laurel Creek
Laurel Ferry
Laurens [District]
Line Creek
Longstone Ferry
M. H.
Marrowbone Creek
Mather’s Creek
Maulden’s Bridge
McBee’s Mills
McCool’s Shoal Cotton Factory
McCullock’s Mill
McElhenny Shoal
McKenny Mill
Middle Fork Saluda River
Middleton Mill
Mill (2)
Mill Creek
Morgan Creek
Mostill’s Mill
Mount Misery
Mountain Creek (2)
Mush Creek
Narrow Shoal
New Road from Greenville to Laurens Line

North Fork
North Fork Saluda River
North Fork Saluda or Checheroo River
Otis P. O.
Pain’s Mill
Panther Mountain
Paris Mountain
Peaden’s, Dav.: Mill
Peaden’s, Jas.: Mill
Peters Mountain
Pickerell’s Mill
Pierce’s Ford
Pollard’s Mill
Pollard’s Tav.
Prospects Hill
Reedy Fork
Reedy River (2)
Rock marked S. C. 1815 Sept. 15 N. C.
Rock marked S. C. – N. C. Sept. 23 AD 1815
S. E. Saluda River
Saluda Bridge
Seaborn’s T.
Shoalds (2)
Shoals
South Fork Reaburn’s Creek
South Fork Saluda River
South Pacolet River
South Tyger River
Spartanburgh [District]
Stanto’s Bridge
Stiles Mill
Stoke’s Mill (2)
Stone Marbel
Stone or Blue Ridge
Stonemarked IXI
Storall’s Mill
Store
Thompson’s Mill
To Charleston
Toll House
Toney’s Store
Traveller’s Rest
Tulley’s Mill
Two Bridges
Vaughan’s Creek
Vaughans Mill
Wild Cat Creek
Wilson’s Ferry

Surname Index (Some include first initial or Dr.)

Adams
Alexander
Armstrong
Arnold
Ballard
Barton, Col.
Barton, D.
Bellinger
Benson
Berry
Blassingame, Gen.
Bolling
Bradley
Brockman
Choice
Clark
Corbin
Cowen
Coy
Crymes
Douthel
Durban
Earle, B. J.
Earle, J.
Edwards
Ellis
Evans

Ford
Garrison
Gilder
Goldsmith
Green, E.
Griffin
Harrison
Haygood
Hill
Hollard
Hutching
Johnson
Jones
Kilgore
Lester
Longstone
Mether
Maulden
McBee
McCool
McCullock
McKenny
Meroney
Middleton
Moon
Morgan
Mostill
Murray, R.

Otis
Pain
Peaden, Dav’d
Peaden, Jas.
Pickerell
Picket, I.
Picket, M.
Pierce
Poinsett
Pollard
Reaburn
Reedy
Rowland (2)
Rutherford
Smith
Southerland
Stanton
Stiles
Stokes
Storall
Sullivan
Terry
Thompson, Judge
Thruston, W.
Town, Sam’l
Williamson
Wynn, Mrs.
Young


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