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Historical Markers in Grover, South Carolina

 
Clickable Map of Dorchester 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 Dorchester County, SC (34) Berkeley County, SC (95) Charleston County, SC (631) Colleton County, SC (48) Orangeburg County, SC (60)  DorchesterCounty(34) Dorchester County (34)  BerkeleyCounty(95) Berkeley County (95)  CharlestonCounty(631) Charleston County (631)  ColletonCounty(48) Colleton County (48)  OrangeburgCounty(60) Orangeburg County (60)
St. George is the county seat for Dorchester County
Grover is in Dorchester County
      Dorchester County (34)  
ADJACENT TO DORCHESTER COUNTY
      Berkeley County (95)  
      Charleston County (631)  
      Colleton County (48)  
      Orangeburg County (60)  
 
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1South Carolina (Dorchester County), Grover — 18-10 — Appleby's Methodist Church
(Front text) This church was organized shortly after the Revolution and this site was deeded to seven trustees in 1787. One of them, Jacob Barr, was the first minister to serve here. Appleby’s Methodist Church was named for a prominent local . . . Map (db m26275) HM
2South Carolina (Dorchester County), Grover — 18-13 — Grover Methodist Church
(Front text) This church was founded in the early 19th century as Murray's Church and served by ministers riding the Cypress Circuit. It was originally named for the Murray family, which also gave this town its first name of Murray's . . . Map (db m22006) HM
3South Carolina (Dorchester County), Grover — 18-12 — Koger-Murray-Carroll House
(Front text) This house, an excellent example of early Federal era-architecture, was built about 1800 for Joseph Koger, Jr. (1779-1866), planter, state representative 1806-1812, Colleton District sheriff 1813-18, and state senator 1818-1838. . . . Map (db m26349) HM
 
 
  
  
 
 
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Dec. 4, 2022