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Historical Markers in Chesterfield, South Carolina

 
Clickable Map of Chesterfield County, South Carolina and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Chesterfield County, SC (19) Darlington County, SC (69) Kershaw County, SC (100) Lancaster County, SC (56) Marlboro County, SC (39) Anson County, NC (13) Richmond County, NC (22) Union County, NC (25)  ChesterfieldCounty(19) Chesterfield County (19)  DarlingtonCounty(69) Darlington County (69)  KershawCounty(100) Kershaw County (100)  LancasterCounty(56) Lancaster County (56)  MarlboroCounty(39) Marlboro County (39)  AnsonCountyNorth Carolina(13) Anson County (13)  RichmondCounty(22) Richmond County (22)  UnionCounty(25) Union County (25)
Chesterfield is the county seat for Chesterfield County
Chesterfield is in Chesterfield County
      Chesterfield County (19)  
ADJACENT TO CHESTERFIELD COUNTY
      Darlington County (69)  
      Kershaw County (100)  
      Lancaster County (56)  
      Marlboro County (39)  
      Anson County, North Carolina (13)  
      Richmond County, North Carolina (22)  
      Union County, North Carolina (25)  
 
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1South Carolina (Chesterfield County), Chesterfield — 13-10 — Austin-Craig-Laney House
(Front): This Carpenter Gothic house was begun ca. 1858 for Aaron Austin (1831-1863) and his wife Margaret Jane Craig. Austin, a Northerner who settled in Chesterfield in the 1850s, was a lawyer and also a Chesterfield District magistrate. . . . Map (db m47435) HM
2South Carolina (Chesterfield County), Chesterfield — 13 17 — Chesterfield Academy
(front) The building that stands here once served as the Chesterfield Academy. The first Chesterfield Academy building was located nearer to downtown. Local tradition holds that the Union 20th Corps burned the school along with other . . . Map (db m113789) HM
3South Carolina (Chesterfield County), Chesterfield — 13-3 — Chesterfield Courthouse
Chesterfield County's first courthouse was built here soon after the county was established in 1785. The second courthouse on this site was built 1825-1829 from plans by architect Robert Mills, designer of the Washington Monument. According to local . . . Map (db m28327) HM
4South Carolina (Chesterfield County), Chesterfield — 13 15 — Chesterfield High School
(front) Chesterfield High School, which stood here from 1908 to 1992, was the successor to Chesterfield Academy, an antebellum school burned by Federal troops in 1865. A new academy, built in 1889, later became Chesterfield School. By . . . Map (db m113790) HM
5South Carolina (Chesterfield County), Chesterfield — 13-13 — Chesterfield Post Office
(side 1) This post office, built in 1937-38, is one of several New Deal-era post offices in S.C. designed by the Public Works Division of the U.S. Department of the Treasury. Its architecture, a restrained version of the Colonial Revival . . . Map (db m102634) HM
6South Carolina (Chesterfield County), Chesterfield — First Secession Meeting
[Front]: First Secession Meeting, Chesterfield Courthouse. Nov. 19, 1860. Banner used on Secession Day. [Rear]: Dedicated by the U.D.C's of Chesterfield Co. to the brave men, devoted women and faithful slaves, . . . Map (db m28328) HM
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7South Carolina (Chesterfield County), Chesterfield — 13-9 — John Craig House
[Front]: This house, the oldest in Chesterfield, was built ca. 1798 for John Craig (1755-1839), veteran of the American Revolution, merchant and miller, and county official. Craig’s father Hugh moved his family from Ireland to Virginia in . . . Map (db m28329) HM
8South Carolina (Chesterfield County), Chesterfield — 13-2 — W. D. Craig House
One of Chesterfield's earliest houses, the Wm. Duke Craig House, c.1820, stood here before it was moved in 1975. Craig (1845-1935), farmer and merchant, also owned nearby Craig's Grist Mill. He fought in the Civil War with the 21st Regiment, S.C. . . . Map (db m28330) HM
 
 
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Oct. 4, 2022