McCormick County Courthouse – McCormick, South Carolina
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The Clerk of Court for McCormick County is an elected official and handles record keeping, scheduling, fee collection, and many other judicial responsibilities for the county. The courthouse building is listed in the National Historic Register.
According to the National Register, the McCormick County Courthouse is a Neo-Classical style brick building. There is a two-story portico with Doric columns on its east side. There is an “enriched lintel with console brackets, dentils, and decorative frieze” above the main entryway. Inside the courthouse you will find pressed metal ceilings, and the original doors and transoms.
Areas of land from surrounding Edgefield County, Abbeville County, and Greenwood County were joined to form McCormick County in 1916. The county was named after Cyrus Hall McCormick, who was an inventor during the late 1800s.
SCIWAY thanks Stephen Brenton of Ladson, who took this great shot in November 2011.
For more information about the McCormick County Courthouse, including office hours and contact information, please visit the main website.
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