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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Cross, South Carolina
Location of Cross, South Carolina
► Berkeley County (92) ► Charleston County (614) ► Clarendon County (57) ► Dorchester County (33) ► Georgetown County (102) ► Orangeburg County (60) ► Williamsburg County (29)
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|On Ranger Road (State Highway 132) at Old Highway 6, on the right when traveling north on Ranger Road. |
|Near this spot stood Barnet's Tavern, called the Forty Five Mile House, indicating its distance from Charleston. Here was the muster ground of the Eutaw State Volunteers, a company raised in 1833, to support the Ordinance of Nullification. From this . . . — — Map (db m23200) HM|
|On Old Number Six Highway (State Highway 6 / 45) at County Line Road (State Highway 8-59), on the right when traveling east on Old Number Six Highway. |
|This county was designated a court and land conveyance district in 1682, and an election district in 1683. It was named for two brothers, Lord John and Sir William Berkeley, both Lord Proprietors of Carolina. Over the years, functions of this early . . . — — Map (db m21958) HM|
|On Old Highway 6, on the right when traveling west. |
|The main Cherokee Path, which extended from the overhill towns of the Cherokee Indians in present Tennessee to Charleston, passed near here. In existence before 1730, this early trade and transportation route played a significant role in the . . . — — Map (db m22852) HM|
|On Ranger Drive (State Highway 6), on the left when traveling south. |
|This post office, originally named Cross Mill,
was established in 1879. Adam Cross, a local
storekeeper & Civil War veteran, was first
postmaster. — — Map (db m22745) HM|
|On Ranger Drive (State Highway 6) near Country Pond Lane, on the right when traveling south. |
|John J. Cross (1810~1890) bought 500 acres here in 1844 and soon expanded Moss Grove into one other most productive cotton plantations in antebellum Berkeley District. This house was built ca. 1880 for Cross's son Adam (1844~1906), who farmed here . . . — — Map (db m22563) HM|
|Near Old Number Six Highway (State Highway 6 / 45) near Nicholas Drive, on the right when traveling west. |
|About 1765-1767 Thomas Sumter, future hero of the American Revolution, kept a country store near this spot where the stream of colonial traffic to the Up Country divided in the fork where the Nelson's Ferry Road branched off from the Road to . . . — — Map (db m22247) HM|