Lee County Courthouse – Bishopville, South Carolina

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Lee County was formed in 1902 from portions of Sumter County, Kershaw County, and Darlington County. The county was named in honor of Confederate General Robert E. Lee.

Lee County Courthouse

Stephen Brenton of Ladson, 2012 © Do Not Use Without Written Consent

Located in the county seat of Bishopville, the Lee County Courthouse was completed in 1908, just six years after the county’s formation. It was designed in the Classical Revival style by Darlington native William A. Edwards. At the time it was considered one of the finest, most modern courthouses in the state.

Lee County Courthouse

Maxi Farnsworth of Taylors, 2011 © Do Not Use Without Written Consent

Edwards designed eight other South Carolina courthouses including the Abbeville County Courthouse, the Jasper County Courthouse, and the Dillon County Courthouse. He also designed academic buildings at several notable South Carolina colleges and universities.

Lee County Courthouse Info

Address: 11 Court House Square, Bishopville, SC 29010
Website: http://www.leecountysc.org/

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