Calhoun County (09)

Historic Markers Across South Carolina


Calhoun County was created on 1908.

The county seat is in St. Matthews, SC.,
and the county is 392 Square Miles in area.

  Click here to visit the Calhoun county home page.

  FIPS Code: 12017

  Information about Calhoun County, South Carolina, from Wikipedia.

  US Census Quick Facts about Calhoun County.


There are 14 Historic Markers in Calhoun County.

4 St. Matthew's Lutheran Church Parent Lutheran Church Of This Area   -   SCHM 9-4
  SC 6. about 7 miles S of St. Matthews        

Calhoun County   -   SCHM 9-5
  Courthouse grounds, St. Matthews        

Christian Theus   -   SCHM 9-7
  on US 176 a short distance S of junction with US 21        

First Land Granted In Calhoun County Area   -   SCHM 9-1
  SC 6, about 4 miles SE of St. Matthews        

Good Hope Picnic   -   SCHM 9-10
  McCord’s Ferry Rd. (S.C. Hwy. 267), between Lone Star and Elloree        

Honoring a Pioneer Woman   -   SCHM 
  intersection of Old Number 6 Highway (State Highway 6) and Bluebird Trail, St. Matthews, SC        

Jericho Methodist Church Mile And A Half East   -   SCHM 9-3
  US 176, 2.5 miles S of Cameron        

Mount Lebanon Cemetery   -   SCHM 9-8
  at the cemetery. Travel about 1 mile SE o/Cameron on US 176, then right on Road 90 a short distance        

Mount Pleasant Baptist Church   -   SCHM 9-9
  Fort Motte Rd. (S.C. Hwy. 419) near its intersection with Adams Rd. (S.C. Sec. Rd. 9-80), Fort Motte, SC        

Sandy Run Church   -   SCHM 9-7
  on US 176 a short distance S of junction with US 21        

Sandy Run Lutheran Church   -    
  on Old State Road (US 176) at State Rd S-9-353        

Savany Hunt   -   SCHM 
  in the Calhoun County Museum, 303 Butler St., St. Matthews        

Shady Grove Church   -   SCHM 9-6
  SC 33, 3 miles NE of Cameron        

St. Matthew's Parish Episcopal Church   -   SCHM 9-2
  Intersection of us 601 and SC 419        


M  - The marker is missing.
R  - The marker has been removed.