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About Our Company

Casey Movers has been moving customers to Rock Hill, SC from the Boston, MA area since 1993 - over 20 years! We are licensed & insured with both the DOT & MADPU. As of 11-05-14, we own 2 straight trucks, 4 tractors and over 2 dozen trailers!

We employ an experienced full-time crew of Class-A drivers, helpers and movers. Our guys are the greatest!

Rock Hill, SC

Rock Hill is the largest city in York County, South Carolina and the fifth-largest city in the state. It is also the fourth-largest city of the Charlotte metropolitan area, behind Charlotte, Concord, and Gastonia (all located in North Carolina, unlike Rock Hill). The population was 66,154 as of the 2010 Census.

Rock Hill is located approximately 25 miles (40 km) south of Charlotte and approximately 70 miles (110 km) north of Columbia.

Although some European settlers had already arrived in the Rock Hill area in the 1830s and 1840s, Rock Hill did not really start to become an actual town until the Charlotte and South Carolina Railroad Company made the decision to send a rail line through the area. Originally, the railroad had hoped to build a station in the nearby village of Ebenezerville which was squarely between Charlotte, North Carolina and Columbia, South Carolina. When approached, however, the locals in Ebenezerville refused to have the railroad run through their village since they considered it dirty and noisy. Instead, engineers and surveyors decided to run the line two miles away by a local landmark." According to some accounts, the engineers marked the spot on the map and named it "rocky hill."

Now that Rock Hill had a name, a railroad station, and a post office, it began to draw many more settlers to the area. Captain J. H. McGinnis built a small general store near the station in 1849 or 1850 to provide supplies for the construction and railroad workers. Templeton Black, who had leased the land to McGinnis, decided to devote some of his other adjacent land to building a larger town. He hired a local surveyor, Squire John Roddey, to organize a main street. Templeton Black sold his first plot of land along that street to Ira Ferguson for $125 a few weeks before the post office opened; other businessmen bought plots quickly after that.

The town was not officially incorporated until 1870, on the third try.

The first attempt to get Rock Hill incorporated was made in 1855. A petition, signed by major landholders and businessmen from the Rock Hill area, was presented to the General Assembly on October 19, 1855. No action on the matter was taken by the General Assembly.

The second attempt was made in 1868. In their petition, the townspeople claimed that Rock Hill had over 300 residents, "eleven stores, two churches, two bars, two hotels, two carriage shops, three blacksmith shops, three shoe shops, one tannery, one cabinet shop, and elementary schools for white girls and boys." The petition was signed by 48 men, mostly relatively newcomers to Rock Hill, with only a few members of the old, established, landed families who had been in the area for decades. The larger landholders were opposed to the petition - their large landholdings would have meant they paid most of the taxes if Rock Hill was officially incorporated. They filed a counter-proposal which claimed that there were only 100 residents, many of them temporary. This situation was a strong indication of the changes Rock Hill was experiencing as it transitioned from mostly farms to a business community. Ultimately, the state legislature did not act on either petition and Rock Hill was still not incorporated.

The successful third petition was made in 1869, only one year after 1868's failed petition. This time there were 57 signers in favor of incorporation, with only seven opponents. The opponents collectively owned 80% of the land that would be incorporated into Rock Hill if the petition was successful. They were unsuccessful at preventing incorporation this time; Rock Hill was officially incorporated on February 26, 1870.


Are you Looking for Boston to Rock Hill Movers?

Planning a move from the Boston, MA area to Rock Hill, SC? Choose Casey Movers, your Boston to South Carolina Movers. We are your Boston to Rock Hill moving and storage company. Call 1-800-482-8828 to request an over-the-phone estimate, or to schedule a free, in depth in-home estimate.

Boston, MA to Rock Hill, SC Storage

In need of storage prior to your South Carolina Move? Choose between several storage options: have us load up a trailer and lock it in a secure trailer yard, or offload your valuables into our climate-controlled warehouse storage facility. Long-term and short-term storage available.

Boston to Rock Hill Moving Services

Casey Movers is a full service mover. We protect your furniture, railings, and hardwood floors with heavy mover blankets and (with furniture) shrink-wrap. We offer free breakdown and reassembly of furniture. We can move almost anything: pianos, safes, pool tables, heavy dressers, grandfather clocks, and much more.

Boston, MA to Rock Hill, SC Packing Services

In need of professional packing? Casey Movers provides very competitive rates, and offers 20 free boxes. Call today.

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