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Ryan House – Barnwell, South Carolina

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The City of Barnwell is home to many beautiful historic homes, like the Ryan House pictured here. Constructed around 1823, this house was a headquarters for the Union Army during the Civil War.

Ryan House

Melissa Roberts of Barnwell © Do Not Use Without Written Consent

Former owners of the house say that its ballroom was used for Catholic Church services, and that Edgar Brown, a long time Democratic legislator of South Carolina from Barnwell County, rented a room upstairs when he first moved to Barnwell.

Ryan House SC

Melissa Roberts of Barnwell © Do Not Use Without Written Consent

Ryan House Info

Address: 323 Main Street, Barnwell, SC 29812
GPS Coordinates: 33.244450,-81.362009

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3 Comments about Ryan House

Martha DeVoe says:
March 28th, 2015 at 3:19 pm

When I return to visit my home town I always enjoy seeing these beautiful homes. Barnwell County is full of them.

Martha DeVoeNo Gravatar says:
March 28th, 2015 at 10:25 am

I love seeing these homes when I come home to visit. Ryan House is still beautiful now as it was in the 1960’s when I first saw it.

Martha DeVoeNo Gravatar says:
March 28th, 2015 at 10:23 am

I love seeing these homes when I come home to visit.


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