|► South Carolina (Cherokee County), Blacksburg — 11-5 — Frederick Hambright —|
|[Front]: Col. Frederick Hambright (1727-1817), a prominent militia officer of the American Revolution, lived his last 25 years in a house which stood 200 yds. NE. Hambright, born in Germany, emigrated to America as a boy, and settled in . . . — — Map (db m28236) HM|
|► South Carolina (Cherokee County), Pacolet — 11-9 — Mulberry Chapel Methodist Church —|
|[Front]: This African American church, the first in what is now Cherokee County, was most likely built between 1880 and 1890. It served the Whig Hill, Asbury, and Thickety communities of what was Union County before Cherokee County was . . . — — Map (db m19724) HM|
|► South Carolina (Cherokee County), Pacolet — 11-8 — Nuckolls-Jefferies House —|
|This house was built in 1843 for William Thompson Nuckolls (1801-1855) and later owned for many years by John D. Jefferies (1838-1910). Built in the Greek Revival style of the antebellum period and altered in the Neo-Classical style of the . . . — — Map (db m17737) HM|
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May. 28, 2020