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Swift Creek Church

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Built in 1827, the two-story Swift Creek Baptist Church was recently renovated after it suffered extensive damage from Hurricane Hugo in 1989.

The style is Greek Revival, and it’s located just a few steps away from the other buildings of the small Boykin community.


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3 Comments about Swift Creek Church

Don TaylorNo Gravatar says:
February 27th, 2015 at 2:33 pm

Hello, I was wondering if there’s a Bessie & John Taylor, which are brother & sister buried in your Swift Creek Church Cemetery around 1907-1911.
Thank you in advance,
Don Taylor

GNo Gravatar says:
January 13th, 2014 at 10:34 pm

Hello. I visited this church January 13th, 2014. If you go into findagrave.com you will see pictures of headstones (Dees) I posted on this site. Unfortunately ,the cemetery is overgrown with vines and shrubbery, and the graves are too hard get to.

Barb MarkleNo Gravatar says:
December 6th, 2012 at 7:39 pm

I have visited this church twice. Three generations of my family (Dees/Deas) attended and were members. I have family members buried there. I would like to get any information on this church and it’s members if possible.


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