SC-40-64 Huger Street

Marker text: HUGER STREET

This street was named for Brig. Gen. Isaac Huger, who fought in the Cherokee War of 1760 and during the American Revolution at Stono, Savannah, Siege of Charlestown, Guilford Court House, Hobkirk Hill. Born 1743 at Limerick Plantation in the parish of St. John's Berkeley, Huger was in the Commons House of Assembly and the First Provincial Congress, and later in the S. C. Senate and House of Representatives. He died in 1797.

Erected by the Richland County Bicentennial Commission; Sponsored by W. O. Blackstone and Co., Inc. , 1977

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