Sharon (in Abbeville County, SC) Populated Place Profile


Sharon (GNIS FID: 1229139) is a populated place located in Abbeville County at latitude 34.135 and longitude -82.415.

The elevation of Sharon is 633 feet. Sharon appears on the Abbeville West U.S. Geological Survey Map. Abbeville County is in the Eastern Time Zone (UTC -5 hours).

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Nearby Cities, Towns & Census Designated Places

Abbeville, SC (3.6 miles NE)
Promised Land, SC (10.1 miles E)
Mount Carmel, SC (10.3 miles SSW)
Calhoun Falls, SC (10.8 miles WSW)
Bradley, SC (11.4 miles ESE)
Willington, SC (11.6 miles SSW)
Troy, SC (12.2 miles SSE)
Due West, SC (13.8 miles N)
Antreville, SC (13.8 miles NNW)
Hodges, SC (14.4 miles NE)

Nearby Neighborhoods, Subdivisions & Other Small Populated Places

Bethel, SC (2.4 miles ESE)
Warrenton, SC (3.9 miles WNW)
Watts, SC (4.3 miles W)
Bethiah, SC (5.5 miles SSE)
Charleston Crossroads, SC (5.5 miles SW)
Clatworthy Crossroads, SC (5.8 miles SSE)
Belcher Crossroads, SC (6.3 miles S)
Cold Spring, SC (7.2 miles N)
Cedar Springs, SC (7.5 miles ESE)
Darraugh, SC (7.7 miles NE)

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