If anyone knows of the 'Old Meeting House', I am still interested. I have found this marker on the Internet but it did not say exactly where the marker was. If I knew, the Meeting house would simply be three miles North of the marker. I am interested as my ancestor, Jacob Schneider helped begin it. I would believe that he was buried there as well.
This little meeting house is recorded in the SC Deed Book M-3, p. 118, 24 May 1751. Gift in Trust. William Baker, planter, of Saxegotha Township, Berkeley Co., for good & pious considerations, conveys to Christian Rhetetsperger, William Baker, John Plowman, & Jacob Schneider, elders of the German Congregation of the Dissenting Protestants at the Congarees, & their successors, half an acre within the limits of said Township, part of 350 a. between lands belonging to Christian Rhetetsperger & Herman Geiger; said half a. bounding N on Santee River; other sides on the 350 a.; with the Meeting House built thereon; for the sole use of said German Protestants of the Helvetii [Swiss Reformed] or Walloone [Dutch Reformed] Confession as well as of that of Augsbourg [Lutheran] in common. Livery & seizing made. Witnesses: Philip (his mark) Pool, Peter (German script) Rott. Before Stephen Crell, J.P., on 7 June 1751. Recorded 24 Dec 1768 by Fenwicke Bull, Register.