1825 Mills Atlas
Newberry County, South Carolina

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.

The Newberry District map was surveyed by Marmaduke Coate in 1820 and improved for Robert Mills' Atlas in 1825 (as stated on the actual map). A part of the introduction in the book says "Coate was paid $800 for the Newberry map on 25 November, 1819. The manuscript is not known to survive, nor is a copy of the 1821 version that was also printed by Wright and Smith."

***transcribed by Andrew Staton***

Newberry Place Names

Anderson's Ford
Ashford I.
Avery's Ford
Balow's Cr.
Bate's Ferry
Bazzard's Mill
Beaver Creek
Beaver Dam Creek (2)
Belton's Store
Big Creek
Big Maxwell's Creek
Black Jack T.
Boyd's Mill
Branch (8)
Braselman's Mill
Bridge (4)
Broad River
Brown's Mill
Buffalo Creek
Bush River (3)
Bush River M. H.
Caldwell's Mill
Camping Creek
Cannon's Creek (2)
Carson's Creek
Cates Store
Chandler's Mill
Chapple's Ferry
Corl Creek
Creek
Crim's Creek
Cross Roads M. H.
Davenport's Bridge
Davis Creek (2)
Day Br.
Day Creek
Duncan's Creek
Dunklinsville P. O.
Dyson's, A.: Mill
Dyson's, J.: Mill
Edgefield
Eleazar Creek
From Dunklins to Newberry C. H. (2)
From Dunklins to Poplar Grove
From L. Line to Poplar Grove
Gilders Creek
Goose Pond Creek
Gray's Br.
Greenshaw's Ford
Griffin's, C.: Mill
Griffin's, R.: Mill
Hawlie Creek
Heller's Creek
Heller's Mill
Hemdon's Mill (4)
Henderson's I.
Henderson's Toll Bridge
Hendrick's Fall
Henry Mill (2)
Hilburns Mills
Hoggs P. O.
Huggins Ferry
Hunting Fork
Indian Creek
Island Ford
Island Lakes
Johnston Mill
Kennedy's Ford
King Creek
King Creek M. H.
Kirk's Mills
Kuidart and Keible's
Lake
Laurenes
Lexington
Liberty Hill
Lindsey's Bridge
Line Between the Pin and Oakwood
Little Creek
Little River
Little River M.
Little Saluda River
Livingston's Creek
Long Branch
Lorick's Ferry
Loricks Mill
Lyles' Ford
M. H. (2)
Mangan's Store
Maxwell Mill
Maxwell's J.: Mill
Mill (3)
Mill Creek
Mineal Spring (2)
Moon's M. H.
Morris Ferry
Mount Bethel Academy
Mudlick Creek
Nance
Newberry Village
Odel's Ford
Pages Creek
Pammeto Creek
Parkins Ford
Patterson's Creek
Peach Hill Creek
Pennington's Fort
Peters Creek
Piester's Mill
Popes I.
Poplar Grove P. O.
Powell's Mill
Powels Mill
Priester's Creek
Prosperity M. H.
Quaker Br.
Quaker M. H.
Reds Mill
Reedy Branch
Ricard's Mill
Robertson's Mill
Rocky Branch
Rocky Creek
Ruffs Ferry
Ruff's Mill (2)
Ruff's Mountain
Ruffus' Mill
Saluda Old Town Ferry
Sandy Run
Scott's Creek
Second Creek
Shoal (11)
South Fork (2)
Speer's Mill (2)
Stephen's Fork
Stony Battery
Store (2)
Suber's Mill (2)
Suber's Store
Suphen's Br.
Tanner's Hill P. O.
Timmerman's Creek
Timothy Creek
Tugado Swamp
Turner Br.
Tyger River
Union
Wadlington's Mill
Waters Ferry
Williams Creek

Name Index

Abrams
Anderson
Armstrong
Ashford
Atkinson
Avery
Balow
Banskett
Bates
Belfast
Belton
Betton
Boyd
Braslman
Bridges
Brown
Buzzard
Caldwell
Cappleman
Cate
Cennon, Col.
Coate
Cook
Crim
Crostwell
Croswell
Darby
Daukin, J.
Davenport
Davis, Jn.
Dugan, Col.
Dyson, A.
Dyson, J.
Edwards
Eleazar
Elmore
Equar
Flanagan
Floyd
Foster
Garmeny
Gilder
Glasgow (2)
Goggan
Goodman
Goore, T.
Greenshaw
Greenshaw, R.
Griffin, C.
Griffin, R.
Grigsby
Halfacre
Hall
Hawlic
Heller
Hemdon, Col
Henderson
Hendon
Hendrick
Henry
Herrington
Higgins
Hilburn
Hogg
Johnson
Johnson, Dr.
Keible
Kenard
Kenne
Kennedy
King
Kuidart
Lindsay
Livingston
Lorick
Lyles
Malone
Mariden
Maxwell
Maybin, Col.
McCalla
McConnell
McCreless
McMorris, James
McMorris, John
Moffet
Moon, Dr.
Morris
Odel
Owen
Page
Parkins
Patterson
Patton
Payne
Pennington
Piester
Pope
Powel
Priester
Reagan
Ricard
Richardson
Robertson/Roberston
Ruff
Rutherford
Sever
Simms
Slegh
Spearman
Speery
Stephen
Suber
Suber, E.
Snelgrove
Summers
Timmerman
Todd, Dr.
Tucker
Turner
Turpin
Vaughan
Wadlington
Walker
Wallace
Waters
Wells
Wellson, Dr.
William
Williams
Wood
Wright



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