Boykin Mill – Kershaw County, South Carolina

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Built in 1790, the Boykin Mill in Kershaw County is a classic grist mill. It continues milling corn into grits and cornmeal to this day, using water power from the Boykin Mill Pond.

Boykin Mill

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As this local mill played a key role in the agricultural character of the region, it served as the focal point of the community, spurring the establishment of a nearby general store, post office, cotton gin, church, and tavern.

Boykin Mill SC

Steven Faucette of Williamston, 2008 © Do Not Use Without Written Consent

Do you know more about the history of the Boykin Mill? Or have a great grits recipe to share? Write us and let us know! Learn more about SC Grits, and see more Boykin photos.

Boykin Grist Mill

Steven Faucette of Williamston, 2003 © Do Not Use Without Written Consent

Boykin Mill Info

Address: 73 Boykin Mill Road, Rembert, SC 29128

Boykin Mill Map

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