“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 Huger, 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 (665) 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(665) Charleston County (665)  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
Huger is in Berkeley County
      Berkeley County (96)  
      Charleston County (665)  
      Clarendon County (66)  
      Dorchester County (47)  
      Georgetown County (111)  
      Orangeburg County (69)  
      Williamsburg County (33)  
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1 South Carolina, Berkeley County, Huger — 8-10 — Quenby Bridge
At this bridge, on July 17,1781, British forces under Col. Coates, who was retreating from Moncks Corner, encountered pursuing Americans under Gen. Thomas Sumter. After the destruction of the bridge, Col. Coates sought refuge under cover of the . . . Map (db m41914) HM
2 South Carolina, Berkeley County, Huger — Quinby Bridge & Shubrick’s Plantation: The Disastrous “Raid of the Dog Days”
In the summer of 1781, with the British hold on the interior of South Carolina significantly weakened, Continental commander Maj. Gen. Nathaniel Greene sent Brig. Gen. Thomas Sumter, with Brig. Gen. Francis Marion and Lt. Col. Henry “Light . . . Map (db m53889) HM
3 South Carolina, Berkeley County, Huger — 8-21 — Silk Hope Plantation
Home and burial place of Sir Nathanial Johnson, born in the County of Durham, England, in 1644. Knighted in 1680, was a member of Parliament, and Governor of Leeward Islands. He came to South Carolina in 1683 and settled at Silk Hope, from here he . . . Map (db m23548) HM
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Feb. 29, 2024