Lawtonville Baptist Church

201 4th Street E

Estill, SC 29918

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Phone: (803) 625-2871

City: Estill

Region: Coastal & Islands

Lawtonville Baptist Church

This church boasts pictures, brochures and interesting artifacts of Hampton County's past. View remains of a masonry staircase and a baptistry of one of the oldest Baptist churches in South Carolina. The cemetery dates to 1819.

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