Historic Markers Across South Carolina

Pascalis Plantation (Front)

Marker ID: Aiken County Historical Society 2-10
Location: on US 78 about half mile below Montmorenci
County: Aiken
Style: Free Standing **


Elizabeth Pascalis purchased these 790 acres in 1835, settled here with her son Cyril Ouviere, and brought the orphaned children of her daughter, Francisca Canfield, to live here. Cyril, a civil engineer, was a resident engineer constructing the Charleston-Hamburg railroad (the world´s longest when completed in 1833). In 1834 he helped lay out and survey streets in nearby Aiken.

Erected by Aiken County Historical Society - 1987


Two sided marker