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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Robert Allston
Agriculturalist
21-Apr-1801 7-Apr-1864 Rice planter, Governor
André Bauer
Politician
20-Mar-1969   Lt. Governor of South Carolina
Carroll Campbell
Politician
24-Jul-1940 7-Dec-2005 Governor of South Carolina, 1987-95
William J. B. Dorn
Politician
14-Apr-1916 13-Aug-2005 Congressman from South Carolina, 1947-74
James B. Edwards
Politician
24-Jun-1927   Governor of South Carolina, 1975-79
Wade Hampton
Politician
28-Mar-1818 11-Apr-1902 Governor of South Carolina, 1877-79
Thomas F. Hartnett
Politician
7-Aug-1941   Congressman from South Carolina, 1981-87
Francis Marion
Military
c. 1732 26-Feb-1795 The Swamp Fox
Mick Mulvaney
Politician
21-Jul-1967   Congressman, South Carolina 5th
Elizabeth J. Patterson
Politician
18-Nov-1939   Congresswoman from South Carolina, 1987-93
Arthur Ravenel, Jr.
Politician
29-Mar-1927   Congressman from South Carolina, 1987-95
Richard W. Riley
Politician
2-Jan-1933   Governor of South Carolina, 1979-87
Robert Smalls
Politician
5-Apr-1839 23-Feb-1915 Slave elected to Congress from South Carolina
Floyd Spence
Politician
9-Apr-1928 16-Aug-2001 Congressman from South Carolina, 1971-2001
Thomas Sumter
Military
14-Aug-1734 1-Jun-1832 Revolutionary War general
Strom Thurmond
Politician
5-Dec-1902 26-Jun-2003 US Senator from South Carolina, 1954-2003
John H. Waller, Jr.
Judge
31-Oct-1937   Justice, South Carolina Supreme Court
John C. West
Politician
27-Aug-1922 21-Mar-2004 Governor of South Carolina, 1971-75
Joe Wilson
Politician
31-Jul-1947   Congressman, South Carolina 2nd


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