Historical Marker Series

South Carolina: Charleston County, St. James- Santee Parish Historical Society

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Congregationalists from New Englandbuilt a church near here around 1700.Troops from both sides camped on thegrounds during the American Revolution.Burned by the British in 1782, it wasrebuilt in 1786.The building was abandoned duringthe Civil War and its me…
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The Oaks Plantation was establishedon the Santee River in 1705 by a grantfrom the Lords Proprietors to JohnSauseau, a French Huguenot settler.It passed through several owners inthe prominent Buchanan and Withersfamilies before 1793, when brothersIsaac and W…
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Thomas Pinckney1750-1828Distinguished planter-diplomat Thomas Pinckney owned nearby Fairfield and Eldorado Plantations. A national figure, he was Governor of South Carolina, Minister to England, Envoy Extraordinary to Spain where he negotiated the "Pinckney…
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In memory of Henry Thomas and Family 1800-1843. First permanent white settlers in Bureau County, May 4, 1828. Parents of first while child born within county, Jan. 15, 1830. First county postmaster 1831. Henry Thomas home served as Fort Thomas during Black …
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