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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Calhoun County, South Carolina
Adjacent to Calhoun County, South Carolina
▶ Clarendon County (57) ▶ Lexington County (59) ▶ Orangeburg County (60) ▶ Richland County (312) ▶ Sumter County (67)
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Bishop Francis Asbury stopped in this region in 1801 and 1803. About 1811, a congregation was organized and by 1815 Jericho Meeting House was standing on land given by Jacob Felkel. The present building there was apparently erected before 1850. A . . . — — Map (db m26875) HM|
This is the original site of Mt. Lebanon Lutheran Church, organized January 13, 1844, as an extension of the St. Matthew's Church, Creston. Later, Mt. Lebanon Church moved to Cameron about 2 miles NW, dedicated its new building in 1917, and was . . . — — Map (db m27239) HM|
Shady Grove Methodist Church was an outgrowth of Tabernacle Church, the parent Methodist body of this area. It was built in the early 1800s on land of Adam Holman, has a framework of hewn logs held together with wooden pegs, and has been . . . — — Map (db m26201) HM|
In 1737-38, the elder Rev. John U. Giessendanner
from Orangeburg began Lutheran work in this
area; this was continued by his nephew until 1749.
By the 1760s, St. Matthew's Lutheran Church near
here was in use. A later building erected at . . . — — Map (db m26240) HM|
|Site of Rebecca Motte's Home
Sacrificed for her Country
May 12, 1786
Moultrie Chapter, D. A. R.
May 12, 1909 — — Map (db m135846) HM|
|Sandy Run Church
This Lutheran church, one of the oldest in the state, is thought to have been organized ca.1765. By 1774, the Rev. Lewis Hochheimer was minister here. The church was incorporated in 1788 as "The German Lutheran Church of Salem, . . . — — Map (db m28827) HM|
Lutheran and Reformed (Calvinistic)
Congregations were worshiping in
a church three miles north of this
site prior to the year 1751. The
church was incorporated in
1788 under the name German
Lutheran Church of Salem on
Sandy Run but later . . . — — Map (db m28386) HM|
The Good Hope Picnic, a celebration of the end of the planting season, is the oldest African-American event in the Lone Star community. Founded in August 1915 by farmers to market their produce and held on the second Friday in August, it has . . . — — Map (db m27879) HM|
|Col. A.P. Amaker; J.B. Amaker; Henry Arant; Morgan Arant; Mike Arant; David Arant; Dr. J.C. Arant; Allen Arant; Jas. Arant; Jno Arant; J.H. Arthur; H.M. Assman; W.J. Assman, Sr.; W.J. Assman, Jr.; D.A. Ayers; W.H. Baker; Jacob Bailey; J.J. Bair; . . . — — Map (db m51701) HM|
|John Adam Treutlen Governor of Georgia, 1777 A stern revolutionary patriot Born at Berchtesgaden, Austria in 1726 Brutally murdered by Tories about 1782 near this spot — — Map (db m51711) HM|
|In Grateful Appreciation of the Services of the Patriots of Calhoun County 1775 ~ 1781 Gov. John Adams Treutlan; Col. Wm. Thompson; Maj. Lewis Colson; Maj. Jacob Geiger; Capt. Jacob Rumph; Com. Alexander Gillam; Capt. Wm. Heatley, Jr.; Lt. Wm. . . . — — Map (db m51702) HM|
|Burial place of Lt. Col. Olin M. Dantzler, C.S.A. Appointed Brigadier General 1 June 1864 Defender of Charleston, SC and Petersburg, VA His recorded notes to General P.G.T. Beauregard led to the location of the submarine H.L. Hunley in 1995 Killed . . . — — Map (db m134424) HM|
|First settled in 1704, this region by 1733 included Amelia and lower Saxe Gotha townships. In 1765 much of it was made part of the new St. Matthew's Parish and was so named until 1865. Efforts in 1890 and 1896 led to an act signed on Feb. 14, 1908 . . . — — Map (db m26057) HM|
George Sterling was granted 570 acres of land here on March 14, 1704. During the lifetime of his daughter, Mary Sterling Heatly Russell, the plantation was a stopping place for Indians and travelers on the Cherokee Path. The Rev. John . . . — — Map (db m27218) HM|
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The first church built by African Americans at Fort Motte grew out of services held by slaves at nearby Bellville, Goshen, Lang Syne, and Oakland plantations. It was formally organized in 1867 by Caleb Bartley, Israel . . . — — Map (db m26789) HM|