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The idle contemplations of one of the up-and-coming real estate agents and trainers in Upstate South Carolina.

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2012 

Traverler’s Rest was a home to a lot of Native American tribes which included Catawba, the Creek and the Cherokee. It‘s origin came from the people who would stopover to get some rest. It’s history dates back to America’s early years. In the early 1800’s travelers needed places to rest between jo...
07/02/2012
Simpsonville had its early beginnings as a stage stop operated by Thomas Goldsmith in 1820’s. It was on the Old Stage Road a distance of twelve miles down south from the Greenville Court House. In 1836, Silas Gilbert opened one of the first businesses in the area. It was a large merchandising ope...
07/02/2012
A man from the Clan McGregor with ancestry traces from Scotland through Ireland founded Greer. His name was James Manning Greer and his descendants are still residing in the region up to this day. James Manning Greer a descendant of James Greer arrived in Charleston in a ship called The Falls in ...
07/02/2012
In the mid-1870’s a man named Agustus Belton Groce owned a general store which was the center of Lyman at that time. In the year 1923, the Groce family sold more than 700 acres to Pacific mills and by the following year they built the Lyman Printing and Finishing Mille. Pacific Mills built 375 ho...
07/02/2012
Mauldin’s history dates back to the late 1880’s. During the World War I, Great Depression and other economic changes, the population fluctuated several times. Benjamin Griffith received a land grant of 100 acres and settled in Mauldin on the 18th of June 1784. In 1868, another man named Mr. Willi...
07/02/2012
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The idle contemplations of one of the up-and-coming real estate agents and trainers in Upstate South Carolina.