St. Paul's Episcopal Church & Cemetery

East Queen ST

Pendleton, SC 29670

Phone: (864) 646-3782

City: Pendleton

Region: Mountains

St. Paul's Episcopal Church & Cemetery

This white clapboard church, locataed in the Pendleton Historic District, was built in 1822. It features a Jaridine Pipe organ that has filled the church with music since 1848. Interred in its cemetery are: Clemson College founders Thomas Greene Clemson, and his wife, Anna Calhoun Clemson, the daughter of US Statesman John C. Calhoun; Confederate generals Clement Hoffman Stevens (1821-1864) and Barnard Elliot Bee (1824-1861), credited with giving Gen. T.J. Jackson the nickname "Stonewall."

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