South Carolina Richland County Cayce
Cayce is located in the center of the state, along the Congaree River in Lexington County
. Cayce is only five miles southwest of downtown Columbia
. Here is a map of the Columbia area
During the Revolutionary War
, the trading post in this area was seized by the British and converted into a fort. In 1817 the building was purchased by the Cayce family and used as a private residence for nearly 100 years.
In the early 1900s "Uncle Billy" Cayce opened a general store and locals referred to the area as Cayce Crossing. When the town filed for incorporation in 1914, the name was selected to honor the Cayce family.
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