About Virtual Museums

Welcome to the Virtual Museum.  Come in and look around.
When in Barnwell County be sure to visit the Physical Museums.

Remembering the
Life and Work of
Billie Jean Sprawls


Barnwell County Physical Museums
Blackville Museum
The Barnwell County Museum
The Williston Museum

Virtual Dunbarton
To visit (Click Here)

Virtual Coordinators: Tony Dicks and Gene Rountree

Barnwell County Cemeteries
Cemetery Locations with GPS Coordinates

Inventories of many cemeteries
are published by the
Aiken-Barnwell Genealogical Society


 Church Histories
This project is coordinated by the Ministerial Associations representing the
Churches of Barnwell County.
Links are added as histories become available




Community Historical Resources

Barnwell County Museum
Barnwell in Wikipedia

Blackville Area Historical Society
Blackville Heritage Trail
Blackville and the Railroad
Blackville Museum
The Shamrock Hotel
Blackville in Wikipedia


Elko in Wikipedia

Healing Springs
HEALING SPRINGS: A History of the Springs and Surrounding Area
by Raymond P. Boylston, Jr.
Historic Healing Springs Baptist Church


Hilda in Wikipedia

Kline in Wikipedia

Snelling in Wikipedia

The Beginning, 1780 to 1858
The History of Williston Online
Williston World War II Veterans
A Tour of Williston in the 1960s
The Williston Museum

Williston in Wikipedia


The Civil War  in Barnwell County


The Savannah River Project
comes to Barnwell County

The complete story on the selection of the location for the SRP and a history of the early years is recorded in this book.

A good history of this significant time in Barnwell County history.



It can be read online at:

The Revolutionary War
 in Barnwell County

Skirmish at Windy Hill (Slaughter Field)
North of Blackville



Links to Genealogical Resources

Aiken - Barnwell Genealogical Society
 of South Carolina

A source for information and publications
 on the families of Barnwell County.

Barnwell County History and Information
USGenWebProject for Barnwell County