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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Elloree
Elloree, South Carolina and Vicinity
▶ Orangeburg County (60) ▶ Aiken County (91) ▶ Bamberg County (36) ▶ Barnwell County (44) ▶ Berkeley County (92) ▶ Calhoun County (16) ▶ Clarendon County (57) ▶ Colleton County (40) ▶ Dorchester County (33) ▶ Lexington County (59)
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|On State Highway 6, on the right when traveling west. |
|Owned and maintained by First Baptist Church, Elloree, S. C. Perpetual Care established September 18, 1972. Original site of Santee Baptist Church, organized April 19, 1827 with 66 members. Built new church in Elloree in 1887. Name changed from . . . — — Map (db m54973) HM|
|On West Cleveland Street (State Highway 47) near Church Street, on the right when traveling south. |
This church, founded in 1886, was
organized by Revs. D.A. Christie and
C. Heyward with Sol Ellerbe and
Galas Culay, Walter Montgomery, and
Henry Tilley as stewards. Its first
services were in a brush arbor, and
its . . . — — Map (db m24836) HM|
|On Main Street (State Roads 6, 267), on the right when traveling west. |
|This two-story house of heart pine
and wooden peg construction was
built by William J. Snider, founder
of the town of Elloree. This house
was moved from Charleston about
1870. This house is the first and
oldest residence remaining in . . . — — Map (db m25363) HM|
|On East Hampton Street at North Lexington Street, on the left when traveling east on East Hampton Street. |
Trinity Lutheran Church was founded
in 1849 by German-Swiss Lutherans
who came to Orangeburg District
from Charleston. The first church
building, was built 2 mi. S on the old
Moncks Corner Rd., now S.C. Hwy. 6.
By 1800 . . . — — Map (db m25426) HM|