Historic Estill – Estill, South Carolina
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Estill is located in the southwestern section of Hampton County. In the early 20th century Estill was known as Lawtonville. Devastated by the Civil War and by the poverty that followed, and the town of Lawtonville was dying. That all changed when the Seaboard Air Lines Railroad constructed a rail line through the town. The name was changed to Estill in the early 1900s to honor Colonel James Estill, who was the editor of the Savannah Morning News.
Historic Estill Info
Address: US Highway 321 and SC Highway 3, Estill, SC 29918
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