Glendale, South Carolina
South Carolina Spartanburg County Glendale Glendale is located in Spartanburg County just eight miles to the east of the City of Spartanburg.

The community of Glendale was first known as Bivingsville. It started in the early 1830's when Dr. Bivings moved from North Carolina, bringing his own mechanics and carpenters to build a yarn mill. The company owned 1600 acres of land and the mill's village was comprised of 60 homes, 400 residents, and a church. During the Civil War, the Glendale Mill made cloth and other products for the Confederacy.

The name of the town was changed to Glendale in 1878 and the mill operated until 1961.

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