People from South Carolina

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  5. Criminals from South Carolina

    Criminals from South Carolina

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  1. Abbott Hall Brisbane

    Abbott Hall Brisbane

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    Abbott Hall Brisbane (December 4, 1804 – September 28, 1861) was a prominent South Carolinian whose accomplishments included an extensive military career, engineering work, a professorship, authorship of a major Roman Catholic inspirational novel, and eventually, in retirement, a slave-holding plantation owner before the U.S. Civil War.


  2. Alexander Gregg

    Alexander Gregg

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    American bishop

  3. Alpheus Baker

    Alpheus Baker

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    Confederate Army general

  4. Althea Gibson

    Althea Gibson

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    Tennis player, professional golfer

  5. Anderson Crenshaw

    Anderson Crenshaw

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    American politician

  6. Andrew Pickens (congressman)

    Andrew Pickens (congressman)

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    Revolutionary War militia general in South Carolina

  7. Andy Duncan (writer)

    Andy Duncan (writer)

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    American writer

  8. Angell Conwell

    Angell Conwell

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    American, Actress

  9. Ann Pamela Cunningham

    Ann Pamela Cunningham

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    Ann Pamela Cunningham (August 15, 1816 Rosemont Plantation, South Carolina - May 1, 1875) is credited with saving George Washington's beloved home Mount Vernon from ruin and neglect. In a letter to Ann Pamela, Cunningham's mother described the crumbling condition of the estate as she saw it in 1853 while on a steamship heading down the Potomac River. Cunningham was in her 30s and, having been crippled in a riding accident as a teenager, decided she would initiate a campaign to save the estate. She raised funds to purchase Mount Vernon by launching an unprecedented appeal for donations through newspaper articles directed toward "the Ladies of the South" and founded The Mount Vernon Ladies' Association of the Union, the group that still owns and manages Washington's estate, and served as its first regent. The Mount Vernon Ladies' Association is the oldest private preservation organization in the United States.


  10. Anthony Jenkins

    Anthony Jenkins

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    College baseball and football player

  11. Arnoldus Vanderhorst

    Arnoldus Vanderhorst

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    Politician

  12. Arthur "Guitar Boogie" Smith

    Arthur "Guitar Boogie" Smith

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    American musician

  13. Aubrey Daniels

    Aubrey Daniels

    31 views
    American, Psychologist

  14. Baby Washington

    Baby Washington

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    American singer

  15. Barbara O'Connor (author)

    Barbara O'Connor (author)

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    American, Writer

  16. Benjamin Hutto

    Benjamin Hutto

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    American conductor

  17. Benjamin Wofford

    Benjamin Wofford

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    Founder of Wofford college

  18. Benjy Bronk

    Benjy Bronk

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    American, Radio Personality

  19. Benny Gordon (singer)

    Benny Gordon (singer)

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    Benny Gordon (1932–2008) was a soul and r&b singer who recorded from the early 1960s up to the 1970s. Some of his early efforts were as a member of Christian Harmonizers. Their recordings were credited to The Christian Harmonizers (Featuring B. Gordon). Later recordings were as Bennie Gordon And The Soul Brothers. In 1968, they had a single out on the RCA label, "What Is Soul" which was backed with "I Can't Turn You Loose".


  20. Bill Oberst Jr.

    Bill Oberst Jr.

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    American actor

  21. Bing Davis

    Bing Davis

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    American, Artist

  22. Blind Gary Davis

    Blind Gary Davis

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    American, Musician

  23. Bobby Bentley

    Bobby Bentley

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    Bobby Bentley is the former head coach of the Presbyterian College college football team. Bentley was one of the nation's most successful high school coaches before accepting his first college position at Presbyterian.


  24. Bobby Cremins

    Bobby Cremins

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    American basketball player-coach

  25. Boston Jenkins Drayton

    Boston Jenkins Drayton

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    Boston Jenkins Drayton (1821–1865) was a Liberian politician and Lutheran minister who served as the 3rd Chief Justice of Liberia from 1861 until 1864. He had previously served as the final Governor of the Republic of Maryland from 1855 until its annexation by Liberia on 18 March 1857.


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