Kershaw County (28)

Historic Markers Across South Carolina

 

Kershaw County was created on 1798.

The county seat is in Camden, SC.,
and the county is 740 Square Miles in area.



  Click here to visit the Kershaw county home page.

  FIPS Code: 12055

  Information about Kershaw County, South Carolina, from Wikipedia.

  US Census Quick Facts about Kershaw County.

 

There are 35 Historic Markers in Kershaw County.

African Americans Choose Sides   -    
  on State Road (South Carolina Route 28-703), Camden, SC        

Baron DeKalb   -   DAR 
  Flat Rock Road 2.2 miles north of Kershaw Highway (U.S. 521)        

Baruch Home   -   SCHM 28-8
  on Broad Street between Walnut & Lafayette Streets, Camden        

Battle of Boykin's Mill   -   UDC 28-6
  SC 261, at Boykin's Mill, 9 miles S of Camden, SC        

Battle of Camden   -   SCHM 28-1
  6.2 miles N of Camden off US 521 and 601 on Road 58        

Battle of Hobkirk Hill   -   SCHM 28-2
  US 521 and 601 N, Camden, SC        

Battle of Hobkirk Hill   -   SCHM 28-2
  Lyttleton Street, Camden, SC        

Camden   -   SCHM 28-4
  North Broad Street, across from the library, Camden        

Camden   -   SCHM 28-4
  Hampton Park on E DeKalb St (US 1) in Camden, SC.        

E.H. Dibble Store   -   SCHM 28-13
  Intersection of E DeKalb St (US 1) and Broad St (US 521), Canden, SC        

Forced to Retreat   -    
  On Greene St between Broad St and Lyttleton St, Camden, SC        

Gaol   -   SCHM 28-5
  Corner of King and Broad Street, Camden, SC        

General Greene's Headquarters   -   SCHM 28-3
  US 521 and 601 N, Camden, SC        

John C. West Boyhood Home   -   SCHM 28-10
  on Cleveland School Rd (SC-S-28-91), south of Camden, SC        

King Haiglar Tower   -   DAR 
  Broad St (US 521) at Rutledge St, Camden, SC        

Mather Academy   -   SCHM 28-11
  Corner of South Campbell and West Dekalb Sts., Camden, SC        

Monroe Boykin Park   -   SCHM 28-17
  Campbell Street, Camden, SC        

Monument to Kershaw County’s Confederate Dead   -    
  on Broad Street (U.S. 521), Camden, SC        

Monument to Lt. Col. James Polk Dickinson   -    
  on Broad Street (U.S. 521), Camden, SC        

Native Allies   -    
  on State Road (South Carolina Route 28-703), Camden, SC        

Northwest Redoubt   -    
  at the intersection of Campbell St and Bull St, Camden, SC        

Peay's Ferry / Peay's Ferry Road   -   SCHM 28-15
  S.C. Hwy. 97 near its intersection with Peay’s Ferry Rd., Liberty Hill, SC        

Pleasant Hill Baptist Church   -   SCHM 28-7
  US 1, Bethune        

Powder Magazine   -    
  on State Road (South Carolina Route 28-703), Camden, SC        

Southeast Redoubt   -    
  on State Road (South Carolina Route 28-703), Camden, SC        

Southwest Redoubt   -    
  at the intersection of Meeting St and Church St, Camden, SC        

The British Evacuation   -    
  on State Road (South Carolina Route 28-703), Camden, SC        

The Fortified Post   -    
  on State Road (South Carolina Route 28-703), Camden, SC        

The Loyalists   -    
  on State Road (South Carolina Route 28-703), Camden, SC        

Tiller's Ferry   -   SCHM 28-16
  S.C. Hwy. 341 & S.C. Sec. Rd. 28-15, Bethune, SC        

War in the Backcountry   -    
  on State Road (South Carolina Route 28-703), Camden, SC        

Warrenton Muster Ground   -   SCHM 28-14
  S.C. Hwy. 522, about .02 mi. S of the Lancaster County-Kershaw County line, between Stoneboro and Liberty Hill        

West Redoubt   -    
  at the intersection of Meeting St. and Campbell St, Camden, SC        

West's Crossroads / Donald H. Holland House   -   SCHM 28-12
  Intersection of Porter and Holland Rds., Cassat, SC        

Women in the Revolution   -    
  on State Road (South Carolina Route 28-703), Camden, SC        

 

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