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    Union is also known as: Union County / Union city.

    History

    Union is the county seat of Union County, South Carolina, United States. The population was 8,393 at the 2010 census. It is the principal city of the Union Micropolitan Statistical Area (population 28,961 according to 2010 Census), an (MSA) which includes all of Union County and which is further included in the greater Greenville-Spartanburg-Anderson, South Carolina Combined Statistical Area (population 1,266,995 according to the 2010 Census). Both Union and Union County received their names from the old Union Church that stood a short distance from the Monarch Mill. When it was first founded, Union was known as Unionville; later it was shortened to Union. The county’s first white settlers came from Virginia in 1749. Union County’s population grew the fastest between 1762 and the start of the Revolutionary War. Settlers built log cabins and cultivated tobacco, flax, corn and wheat. Union was one of the first towns settled in the area and was untouched during the Civil War because the Broad River flooded and turned Sherman’s troops away from the town. Union is also the home of Boogaloo Folk Life Productions, an annual community effort wherein recollections of historical events are...

    The official website for the city of Union is http://www.cityofunion.org/.

    There are currently 12 funeral home listings for the city of Union, South Carolina. Looking for Union cemeteries?

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  • Interesting Facts

    Some of the notable people born here have been: Jim Youngblood (american football player), Dennis Mims (basketball player), Mona Lisa (songwriter and actor), Eric Young (american football player), and Marcus Lott (american football player).

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All Funeral Homes in Union
C

Carolina Mortuary
300 S Herndon St Send flowers
Union, SC 29379


G

Gibson & Brown Funeral Home
117 Ravenscroft St Send flowers
Union, SC 29379

Green's Funeral Home
216 S Enterprise St Send flowers
Union, SC 29379


H

Holcombe Cemetaries Incorporated
1720 Whitmire Hwy Send flowers
Union, SC 29031

Holcombe Funeral Home
310 W South St Send flowers
Union, SC 29379


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International Mortuary Shppng
311 W South St Send flowers
Union, SC 29379


L

Lewis Funeral Home
1247 S Duncan Byp Send flowers
Union, SC 29379


M

Michael A Glenn Funeral Chapel
489 Old Buffalo Rd Send flowers
Union, SC 29379


R

Rosemont Cemetery
123 Sardis Rd Send flowers
Union, SC 29379


T

The Michael A Glenn Funeral Home LLC
2212 Santuc Carlise Hwy - P O Box 1156 Send flowers
Union, SC 29379


U

Union Community Funeral Home
219 W Main St Send flowers
Union, SC 29379


W

Whitney Funeral Home Incorporated
2212 Santuc Carlisle Hwy Send flowers
Union, SC 29379

D.V. Huffman Home (Doylestown, OH)