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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Sheldon, South Carolina
Location of Sheldon, South Carolina
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|Church of Prince William's Parish
Built Between 1745-1755
Burned By the British Army 1779
Burned By the Federal Army 1865 — — Map (db m106086) HM|
|Text from Front Side
Prince William's Parish Church
These ruins are of Prince William's Parish Church, built ca. 1751-1757 and partially burned during the American Revolution, with its interior and roof rebuilt . . . — — Map (db m106077) HM|
|Ruins of Old Sheldon Prince William's Parish Church Built 1745-55. Burned 1779 by British. Rebuilt 1826. Burned 1865 by Federal Army. Named for ancestral home of the Bull family in Warwickshire, England. ——— Annual Services . . . — — Map (db m26366) HM|
Sheldon Union Academy, later Sheldon School, opened in 1893 on this site and educated the black children of rural Sheldon community for almost fifty years. The original Sheldon Union Academy board, which founded and governed the . . . — — Map (db m5785) HM|
Born 1683 Son of Stephen Bull,
Member Colonial House of Commons
1706 - 1719
Colonel of Berkeley County Regiment
Tuscarora and Yemassee Wars.
Lord's Proprietors Deputy 1719.
Member and President . . . — — Map (db m106135)|