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Anderson County Courthouse – Anderson, South Carolina


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Anderson County has had plenty of courthouses! In fact, the town of Anderson was originally known as “Anderson Courthouse,” but its name was eventually shortened to simply “Anderson.” The first courthouse was built of logs, but it was soon replaced by a brick structure (not shown).

Anderson SC Skyline

Michael Miller of Spartanburg, 2012 © Do Not Use Without Written Consent

The courthouse pictured above and below was built in 1898. Its clock and bell, however, both date from 1856 when they were part of yet another Anderson courthouse. Thus, what is now known as the “old” courthouse actually had two predecessors, both of which appear to have been built on the same site.

Anderson County - Old Courthouse

Michael Miller of Spartanburg, 2011 © Do Not Use Without Written Consent

Anderson County now has a “new” (fourth) courthouse, which is located across the street from the old one. We are eager to learn more about Anderson County’s various courthouses, so if you have any info, please let us know.

New Anderson Courthouse

Daphne Singleton of Anderson, 2013 © Do Not Use Without Written Consent

The Old Anderson County Courthouse serves as the centerpiece of the Anderson Downtown Historic District and is listed in the National Register. Its architecture is described as follows:

The third Anderson County Courthouse, this Eclectic style structure was constructed in l898. Features of this three- story building include curvilinear gables, decorative brick work, a central clock tower, arched windows with stone sills, a raised basement, and tile roof. The courthouse underwent major renovation in l939. At that time, a tower on its right side was demolished and replaced with a wing identical to the left side.



Anderson County Courthouse Info


Address: 101 South Main Street, Anderson, SC 29624
GPS Coordinates: 34.503214,-82.649957

Anderson County Courthouse Map



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4 Comments about Anderson County Courthouse

Gerri ParkerNo Gravatar says:
September 22nd, 2016 at 7:47 am

Interesting you have proof. Hi. My name is Gearlean I was born in in Anderson South Carolina. I was told years ago the courthouse with my birth records burned up. Today decided to look up Anderson South Carolina Courthouse. My last name is Lindsey-Waters-Wilkerson-Parker. Glad you have proof of history that was more than likely destroyed on purpose. My concern was how did my birthdate change. Some in my family argue about my birthdate. Well not that much anymore. But glad to read your opinion. Thank for your time.

SCIWAYNo Gravatar says:
April 28th, 2014 at 11:21 am

Hi, Dan. As stated on our page, we are eager to learn more. If you would like to send us the early photos, they would be quite the valuable addition to the page!

Dan LacobieNo Gravatar says:
April 28th, 2014 at 9:16 am

All of Anderson’s courthouses have NOT been on the same location. The first ones were where the “New” courthouse sits today. I have some pics as proof.

jennyNo Gravatar says:
September 1st, 2010 at 11:22 am

i love pink buildings! this is such a great picture with the blue blue sky! good job!





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