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Jamestown, South Carolina Historical Markers

 
Battle of Lenud's Ferry Marker, looking north along US 17A image, Touch for more information
By Mike Stroud, September 29, 2009
Battle of Lenud's Ferry Marker, looking north along US 17A
South Carolina (Berkeley County), Jamestown — 8-7 — Battle of Lenud's Ferry
Here, on May 6, 1780, Col. A.M. White was routed by Tarleton with the loss of two officers and thirty-six men killed and wounded and seven officers and sixty dragoons taken; Tarleton lost 2 men. Two boys, Francis Deliesseline and Samuel Dupre, . . . — Map (db m23249) HM
South Carolina (Berkeley County), Jamestown — 8- 22D — Berkeley County
This county was designated a court and land conveyance district in 1682, and an election district in 1683. It was named for two brothers, Lord John and Sir William Berkeley, both Lord Proprietors of Carolina. Over the years, functions of this early . . . — Map (db m23175) HM
South Carolina (Berkeley County), Jamestown — Jamestown Veterans Monument
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South Carolina (Berkeley County), Jamestown — 8-17 — Old Jamestown
After receiving a proprietary landgrant of 370 acres in 1705. French settlers laid out the town of Jamestown, c. 2 mi. N. By 1706, a church had been built known as the parish church of St. James, Santee. Jamestown never prospered and a number of . . . — Map (db m23149) HM
South Carolina (Florence County), Jamestown — 21-22 — Jamestown
[Front] This African American community, which flourished here for 70 years, has its origins in a 105-acre tract bought in 1870 by former slave Ervin James (1815-1872). James, determined to own his own farm instead of being dependent on . . . — Map (db m37338) HM

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