SC-44-14 Site of Union Church 1783-1819 A

Marker text: SITE OF UNION CHURCH, 1783-1819
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The church, with entrances on the west and south, featured a high boxed pulpit and was used by Baptists, Quakers, and others. Both Union County, founded as a judicial district in 1785, and its county seat Unionville (now Union) were named for this “union” church. Several veterans of the American Revolution are buried here. The congregation moved to Unionville and built a church there ca. 1819.
Erected by the Union County Council, 2006

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