Sharon Methodist Church, Kinards, SC

The Town of Kinards in traces its roots to the first part of the nineteenth century when Captain Martin Kinard, Jr., moved just north of present-day and established his plantation. The hamlet became more populated as the Laurens Railroad began operating here in 1854. Sharon Church – one source says it was originally a Baptist church – was organized that same year. A post office followed two years later, and until 1881 the area was known as Martins or Martin’s Depot.

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