Laurens County was established in 1785 and originated from the South Carolina patriot and Revolutionary War hero from Charleston, Henry Laurens (1724-1792) who was Vice President of the First General Assembly of South Carolina and President of the Continental Congress-

President Andrew Johnson, worked as a tailor in the 1820s… home to Ann Pamela Cunningham, the leader of the movement to preserve George Washington’s Mount Vernon… home to William Dunlap Simpson 48th State Governor, and Robert Archer Cooper, 63rd State Governor… US 25, US 221, US 72, Interstate 385 and Interstate 26 intersections… plenty of industrial parks site and workforce ready… The Gate Way and Best Kept Secret of the Upstate …

Laurens County has much to offer with an enriched past, outstanding location and a diversified industrial base. For more information on the history of Laurens County, visit LaurensCountyMuseum.us.



Laurens County Courthouse and Admin. Building

100 Hillcrest Square Laurens, S.C. 29360

P: 864-984-5484/ F: 864-984-3726