REVOLUTIONARY WAR MONUMENT
This monument was dedicated on March 21, 2009 to recognize and honor the service of 29 Patriots who served in the Revolutionary War and who are buried in Bethel Church Cemetery. This dedication ceremony was sponsored by the South Carolina Daughters of the American Revolution and the Bethel Cemetery Association. These 29 Patriots had been approved and certified by the National Society DAR.
On the back side of this monument the names of 23 more Patriots who are buried in Bethel Church Cemetery were added and a dedication ceremony was held on May 31, 2014. This ceremony was sponsored by the Bethel Cemetery Association in conjunction with the 250th Anniversary of Bethel Presbyterian Church.
AFRICAN AMERICAN PLAQUE
The African American members of the Armstrong and Currence families erected and dedicated this plaque on August 6, 2011, to honor the memory of their enslaved ancestors who were baptized and received as member of Bethel church. They worshipped ever Sunday with their masters.
This memorial was erected in 1938 by Mr. Thomas P. Moore of Washington City to express his love, his devotion and his gratitude to the members of the Moore and Neely Families. Samuel Neely was a soldier in the Revolutionary War and is buried in Bethel Church Cemetery.
MARKER AT SPRING
This stone marker was erected by Mr. George M. Riddle on May 12, 1946, to commemorate the origin of Bethel Presbyterian Church when Mr. Andrew Floyd, Mr. Adam Baird, and Col. Samuel Watson met at the spring in 1764 to select a site for the church.
STATE HIGHWAY MARKER
SLAVE CEMETERY MARKER