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Old St. David's Episcopal Church

Old St. David's Episcopal Church

Olde English District

Olde English District

The last Anglican or "State" church built (c.1770) in South Carolina under King George III. The church was used by the Americans and the British during the Revolution and later by both Confederate and Union armies. There are soldiers from almost every American War buried in the cemetery. Also in the cemetery is a Confederate monument, the first ever erected (c.1867) in memory of those who had fallen in the Civil War. The original inscription did not mention Confederate soldiers directly because Union forces still occupied the area. The steeple and vestibule were added in 1826.
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91 Church ST,
Cheraw, SC 29520
(843) 537-8400
Info & Amenities
Church St. is parallel to and one block South of Market St., which is US 1, 52 and SC 9.
Civil War
Days and Hours of Operation
To visit the interior, a key may be obtained at the Chamber of Commerce, 221 Market Street. (843) 537-8425, M-F 9am-5pm and by appt.
Days and Holidays Closed
New Year's, July 4th, Christmas, Thanksgiving
Motorcoach Parking
Revolutionary War
Listed on National Register
Free Admission