Located on Avenue D and Friendship Street in Darlington, the Darlington Memorial Cemetery was the first cemetery created for African-Americans in the community. The cemetery began in 1890 as a five-acre cemetery established by Macedonia Baptist Church and African-American citizens in Darlington. In 1946,…
Show me your cemeteries, and I will tell you what kind of people you have. — Benjamin Franklin
Memory of man
World War II lives
on in Timmonsville.