“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Cordesville, South Carolina

Clickable Map of Berkeley County, South Carolina and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Berkeley County, SC (96) Charleston County, SC (663) Clarendon County, SC (66) Dorchester County, SC (47) Georgetown County, SC (111) Orangeburg County, SC (69) Williamsburg County, SC (33)  BerkeleyCounty(96) Berkeley County (96)  CharlestonCounty(663) Charleston County (663)  ClarendonCounty(66) Clarendon County (66)  DorchesterCounty(47) Dorchester County (47)  GeorgetownCounty(111) Georgetown County (111)  OrangeburgCounty(69) Orangeburg County (69)  WilliamsburgCounty(33) Williamsburg County (33)
Moncks Corner is the county seat for Berkeley County
Cordesville is in Berkeley County
      Berkeley County (96)  
      Charleston County (663)  
      Clarendon County (66)  
      Dorchester County (47)  
      Georgetown County (111)  
      Orangeburg County (69)  
      Williamsburg County (33)  
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1 South Carolina, Berkeley County, Cordesville — 8-25 — Francis Marion
Acording to family information, Francis Marion, brigadier general of the S.C. Militia during the American Revolution, was born near here on Goatfield Plantation. He was a member of the First Provincial Congress, fought in the battles of Parker's . . . Map (db m22968) HM
2 South Carolina, Berkeley County, Cordesville — 8-8 — Mepkin Plantation
Home of Henry Laurens, born in Charleston in 1724, died at Mepkin in 1792. President of the First and Second Councils of Safety, 1775-76. President First Provincial Congress of S.C. 1775. Vice President of S.C. 1776. President of Continental . . . Map (db m23174) HM
3 South Carolina, Berkeley County, Cordesville — 8-20 — Strawberry Chapel
Chapel of Ease to St. John's (Biggin Church), built about 1725 on land bequeathed by James Child, founder at this place, of the Town of Childbury. Strawberry Ferry was established here by Act of Assembly in 1705.Map (db m22977) HM
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Oct. 4, 2023