October 2020

Mailboxes in Van Wyck, SC

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4795 Cureton Ferry Rd

Public Collection Box
Van Wyck, SC 29704

5074 Grandview Dr

Public Collection Box
Van Wyck, SC 29715

5222 Old Hickory Rd

Mailbox in Post Office Lobby
Van Wyck, SC 29744

5222 Old Hickory Rd

Public Collection Box
Van Wyck, SC 29744

7686 Charlotte Hwy

Walgreens
Van Wyck, SC 29707

7697 Charlotte Hwy

CVS
Van Wyck, SC 29707

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Rock Hill, SC 29730

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Jefferson, SC 29718

105 Cestrain Sq

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Chester, SC 29706

5915 Lancaster Hwy

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Fort Lawn, SC 29714

4795 Cureton Ferry Rd

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Van Wyck, SC 29704

207 N Pearl St

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Pageland, SC 29728

109 Broad St

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Richburg, SC 29729

1771 N Highway 321

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Bowling Green, SC 29703

202 W Pine St

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Blacksburg, SC 29702

1329 Highway 160 W

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Fort Mill, SC 29715

367 Market St

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Ruby, NC 29741

909 E Liberty St

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York, SC 29745

5220 Highway 557

Walgreens
Clover, SC 29710

3311 N York St

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Sharon, SC 29742

4795 Cureton Ferry Rd

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Catawba, SC 29704

5915 Lancaster Hwy

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Great Falls, SC 29714

1011 N Mountain St

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Earl, NC 29702

4469 Edgeland Rd

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Edgemoor, SC 29712

1011 N Mountain St

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Grover, NC 29702

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Van Wyck is a town in the panhandle of Lancaster County, South Carolina, United States, located in the Charlotte Metropolitan Area. Van Wyck is 29 miles south of Charlotte. Established in the 1880s, it was to be originally named Cocheecho, after a young Indian chief, by the Seaboard Air Line Railroad. The community opted for Little Waxhaw instead; however, this caused issues with the postal service because of confusion with nearby Waxhaw, North Carolina. The name was soon changed to Heaths, to honor the family who gave the land for the depot, but this name was quickly dropped because of confusion with Heath Springs, South Carolina. An agent of the railroad stepped in and proposed naming the community in honor of his wife's family in upper New York. The name "Van Wyck" comes from a Dutch habitational name for someone from any of the many places in the Netherlands named Wijk, from the Dutch word wijk, meaning "district" or "settlement". There are several ways of pronouncing the name of the community—"Van Wick", "Van Wack", and "Van Wike". Families who have lived in the area since its founding in the 1880s generally pronounce it "Van Wike". On August 15, 2017, the residents of the community voted to incorporate it as a town. Sean Corcoran was the first mayor. The Adam Ivy House and Massey-Doby-Nisbet House were listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1990.

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