In 1949, Berkeley County's first funeral home, "Dial Funeral Home", was founded by J. Chalmers Dial, Sr., and his wife Lorraine. The first establishment was located at 220 West Main Street in Moncks Corner. In 1952, the business moved into...
Funeral Homes in Pinopolis, SC
Below you fill find all funeral homes and cemeteries in or near Pinopolis.
Zip codes in the city: 29469.
Berkeley County funeral flowers can be purchased from one of the local funeral shops we partner with.
When John McAlister founded McAlister Funeral Home in 1886, he and his family believed in providing personal and caring services before, during, and after a funeral, placing particular emphasis on the importance of family. That tradition of...
For 30 years the Albert A. Glover Funeral Home has lived by the motto “Dedicated and Sympathetic to the Bereaved.” This is also our commitment to you and your family. We have modern facilities as well as offer many services to the families...
Being family-owned for 149 years, we know the importance of family. And we pride ourselves on caring for your family during the emotional times that surround the loss of a loved one.
Since 1865, when our great-great grandfather, Henry D. Stuhr,...
Carolina Memorial Park, Funerals and Cremations serves families of all faiths in North Charleston and the surrounding Tri-County area. The funeral home is located on cemetery grounds, which not only means added convenience and simplicity when...
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Facts about Pinopolis, South Carolina
Pinopolis is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in Berkeley County, South Carolina, United States. As of the 2010 census it had a population of 948.
It first was a high elevation in the "low country" of South Carolina and it gave an escape from mosquitoes and uncomfortable heat. In the post-Civil War period and during the change of the South, it became the location of the first elementary school for black students. This is probably a reflection of schooling that included references to Greek and Latin. It shared this aspect with other communities throughout the plantation economy of this era. It became a gathering place for those of means during this time.
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