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Historic Sites in Cross, SC

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Disastrous American defeats during the Revolutionary War at Charleston and Camden in the summer of 1780 led many Sout...


This county was designated a court and land conveyance district in 1682, and an election district in 1683. It was nam...


(North face) Sacred to the Memory of Genl. Francis Marion, Who departed his life, on the 27th of February, 1795, in t...



Pinopolis, SC

Plantation owners began this pineland village in 1830s to escape lowcountry plantation summer nights, thought to caus...


Murrell Plantation

Pineville, SC

Burial place of Col. Hezekiah Maham A native of St. Stephen's Parish Berkeley County, South Carolina Born 1739 Died 1...


(Front text) This church, one of the oldest Methodist organizations in Berkeley County, was formally organized about ...


(Front text) This church, one of the oldest Methodist organizations in Berkeley County, was formally organized about ...


Near this spot stood Barnet's Tavern, called the Forty Five Mile House, indicating its distance from Charleston. Here...


Moss Grove

Cross, SC

John J. Cross (1810~1890) bought 500 acres here in 1844 and soon expanded Moss Grove into one other most productive c...


Cherokee Path

Cross, SC

The main Cherokee Path, which extended from the overhill towns of the Cherokee Indians in present Tennessee to Charle...


About 1765-1767 Thomas Sumter, future hero of the American Revolution, kept a country store near this spot where the ...


This post office, originally named Cross Mill, was established in 1879. Adam Cross, a local storekeeper & Civil War v...


Commander of Fort Sullivan and the S.C. 2nd Regiment Jun. 17, 1775 to Sept. 16, 1776. Governor of South Carolina 1785...


Village of Pineville

Russellville, SC

(Front text) Pineville, established in 1793-94, was one of the first planters' retreats in the South. James Sinkler b...


During the American Revolution, after the fall of Charleston in 1780, Francis Marion burst forth to lead the Williams...


(Front text) On the morning of September 8, 1781, General Nathanael Greene's American army attacked Colonel Alexander...


Berkeley County

Russellville, SC

Area 1238 square miles established by order of the Lord Proprietors, May 10, 1682. Named for John (Lord) Berkeley and...


DeWitt Williams Bridge

Saint Stephen, SC

Named in honor of St. Stephen Native Teacher and Principal For Over 30 Years Member St. Stephen Town Council 1970-197...


L. Mendel Rivers House

Saint Stephen, SC

(Marker Front) Lucius Mendel Rivers (1905-1970), state representative 1933-36 and U.S. Representative 1940-70, was bo...


Thomas Walter

Russellville, SC

The grave of Thomas Walter (c. 1740-1789), pioneer botanist, is 9 mi. W at his Santee River plantation. A native of E...

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