Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
1746/02/25 Charles Cotesworth Pinckney is born to Charles Pinckney and Eliza Lucas Pinckney in Charleston, South Carolina. Born Charles C Pinckney's Birthday
1773/09/28 Sarah Middleton marries Charles C Pinckney. Groom Marriage of Sarah Middleton and Charles Pinckney
1776/06/28 American rebels battle British regulars as they attempt to take Charleston. Patriot Captain Fort Moultrie Sullivan's Island, SC
1777/09/11 American Revolution Battle between the troops of George Washington and the British troops of William Howe. Patriot Colonel Brandywine Battlefield Chadds Ford Battle of Brandywine
1777/10/04 Patriot Colonel Cliveden, Chew House Philadelphia, PA Battle of Germantown
1780/05/12 Major General Lincoln surrenders his 5,000 Patriots to the British Army. C C Pinckney will be a prisoner of war until his release in 1782. Prisoner of War Siege of Charleston
1787/09/17 Federal Convention adopts the US Constitution. Singer, Representing South Carolina Constitution of the United States Independence Hall Philadelphia, PA Constitutional Convention
1796/11/00 After arriving in Paris, the French First Republic refuses to accept the new United States Minister Plenipotentiary to France, Charles Cotesworth Pinckney. US Minister Quasi-War
1814/00/00 First Trinity Episcopal Church building (razed) is constructed on land donated by C C Pinckney, Elias Horry, Peter Smith of Charleston and the South Carolina Legislature. Benefactor Trinity Episcopal Church Columbia, SC
1825/08/16 Charles C Pinckney dies. He is buried at St Michael's Episcopal Church. Final Resting Place St Michael's Episcopal Church Charleston, SC
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