Smyrna Baptist Church & Cemetery

Bluff RD

Allendale, SC 29810

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City: Allendale

Region: Midlands

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Smyrna Baptist Church & Cemetery

Tradition holds that the congregation was organized in 1827 and the church built in the same year as Kirkland Church and later changed to Smyrna. The adjacent cemetery is a who’s who of the community. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

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