Geodetic Survey

Berkeley/Charleston: Detyens at Wando


Portion of Berkeley Charleston Boundary:  Detyens at Wando


SC Code of Law:  (


SECTION 4-3-80. Berkeley County.

 SC Code of Law has not been updated to show this annexation.


SECTION 4-3-40. Charleston County.

SC Code of Law has not been updated to show this annexation.



Re-establishment Survey:



 Historical and Reference Documents:


  • Act 219 of the 1983-84 Session  Bill H*2085 signed by the Governor on February 10, 1983, effective date February 10, 1983.
  • Berkeley County Plat Book ‘E’, page 9   Plat of two parcels of land proposed for annexation to Berkeley County, the property of Detyens Shipyard, Inc. - Parcel I; William J. Detyens - Parcel II, dated March 26, 1982.
  • Charleston County Plat Book ‘AA, page 3  Plat of land owned by Georgia Pacific Corp. about to be conveyed to William J. Detyens, dated June 13, 1970.
  • Berkeley County Plat Book ‘Q’, page 157  A Boundary Survey of Tracts A and B, Hwy 41, owned by William J. Detyens, by Southeastern Surveying of Charleston, Inc., dated January 15, 2004.
  • Charleston County Plat Book ‘BR’, page 8  A Boundary Survey of Lands of Georgia Pacific Corporation, by Southeastern Surveying of Charleston, Inc., Dated December 9, 1987. (Also Filed as Book E, 173, page 825)
  • SCDOT Highway Plans  South Carolina Department of Transportation: Proposed Plans for Charleston & Berkeley County; Project ID 0032098; SC Route 41 Bridge Replacement over the Wando River.




  • C: 1” Rebar w/Cap Set  
  • D: 1” Rebar w/Cap Set in 1-1/4” Pipe Found  
  • E: 1” Rebar w/Cap Set 
  • F: 1” Rebar w/Cap Set  
  • G: 1" Pinch Top Found  
  • H(a) & H(b): 1” Rebar w/Cap Set 
  • K(a) & K(b): 5/8” Rebar Found 
  • L(a) & L(b): 5/8” Rebar Found 



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