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historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMYTT_54-queen-street_Charleston-SC.html
Erected circa 1760 in theold section of the city.A rare surviving example of its kind containing4 finely paneled roomsand other trim whichmakes it exceptionalfor a house ofits modest size. Medallion: Award 1967 Carolopolis Condita A.D. 1670Pres…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMYQT_dr-joseph-johnson-house_Charleston-SC.html
circa 1840 This substantial three-story Greek Revival Period Charleston single house is constructed of stucco-covered brick and features a two-tiered piazza with Tuscan columns and turned balusters, piazza screen and entrance door complete with pi…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMYQS_harleston-boags-funeral-home_Charleston-SC.html
The National Register of Historic Places South Carolina Department of Archives And History Charleston Old E. Historic District Harleston Boags Funeral Home (Lower Plaque)Harleston - Boags Funeral Home (Formerly Harleston Funeral Home) Celebrat…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMYPT_fielding-home-for-funerals_Charleston-SC.html
In 1912, Julius P.L.Fielding established a funeral business on the northeastern corner of King and Queen Streets. In 1928, Julius acquired 122 Logan Street, a three-story Georgian style structure built in the 1700s with 12-inch thick exterior wall…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMYOO_31-savage-street_Charleston-SC.html
This two-story frame Greek Revival style residence was constructed in 1872 for Civil War photographer George N. Barnard. The house is distinguished by a one-story front porch supported by jigsaw-cut columns and Italianate style balustrades. In…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMYMG_glover-sottile-house_Charleston-SC.html
C. 1775 and 1826 This splendid mansion wasbuilt in 1826 by Dr. Joseph Glover, a noted Charleston physician, utilizing the service wing of an older house of about 1775. In 1906it was purchased by the Cavaliere Giovanni Sottile, Consul for ltaly, wh…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMYLO_fort-pah-ute_Charleston-CA.html
As many as eighteen enlisted men of Company "D," 9th U.S. Infantry once served duty here within the now crumbling walls of "Fort Pah-Ute." Although never established as an official fort, "Pah-Ute Creek," as it was commonly called, did house a smal…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMYLN_14-george-street_Charleston-SC.html
This three-story, masonry residence set on a raised basement was begun circa 1796 by Mrs. Frances Motte Middleton, daughter of Jacob and Rebecca Motte. The house was completed by Mrs. Middleton and her second husband and former brother-in-law, Maj…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMYIS_capers-motte-house_Charleston-SC.html
Circa 1745 Built by Richard Capers Home of Jacob Motte, Treasurer of South Carolina Colony Dedicated 28 October 2010 by The Colonial Dames of America Founded 23 May 1890 Chapter XXXI - South Carolina (Upper plaque)Capers - Motte- Smi…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMYAF_113-ashley-avenue_Charleston-SC.html
This two-and-one-half-story Adam Style house was built circa 1800 by Thomas Bennett, Jr., (1781-1865). Bennett served as intendent of Charleston (1812-1813)and governor of South Carolina (1820-1822). The framestructure rests on a raised basement w…
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