- Location Goose Creek (a branch of the Cooper River), Hanahan, St. James Goose Creek Parish, Berkeley County
900 Yeamans Hall Road
- Origin of name Named for early owner
- Other names Old Goose Creek, Westockan
- Current status Private golf course
- 1674 Earliest known date of existence when Lady Margaret Yeamans, widow of Sir John Yeamans, received a 1,000 acre grant from the Lords Proprietors (Yeamans Hall Club, p. 1).
- 1674 House built
- 1695 New house built by Landgrave Thomas Smith II
- ? Yeamans Hall was purchased by Charleston Consortium, which was headed by R. Goodwyn Rhett.
- 1915 Architects were hired to build a golf course on the plantation as the owners of Yeamans Hall wanted to turn it into a winter resort development (Yeamans Hall Club, p. 1).
- February 1926 The golf course, Yeamans Hall Club, opened (Yeamans Hall Club, p. 1).
- 1920s Another golf course and several buildings, include a club house and private cottages, were constructing (Yeamans Hall Club, p. 3).
- 1932 Eliza F. Smith, widow of George Henry Smith, renovated the mansion and called it Yeamans Hall.
- Number of acres 1,000 in 1674, 900 in 1996 (Yeamans Hall Club)
- Primary crop Rice
- Alphabetical list James Moore, George Henry and Eliza F. Smith, Henry Smith, Landgrave Thomas Smith I, Landgrave Thomas Smith II, Thomas Henry Smith, Lady Margaret Yeamans
- Number of slaves ?
- Yeamans Hall Club - Something Unique: PDF
- 30-15 Plantation File, held by the South Carolina Historical Society
- John Beaufain Irving, A Day on Cooper River (1842) (Whitefish, MT: Kessinger Publishing, LLC, 2010)
- J. Russell Cross, Historic Ramblin's through Berkeley (Columbia, SC: R.L. Bryan Company, 1985)
Order Historic Ramblin's through Berkeley
- Michael J. Heitzler, Goose Creek: A Definitive History - Volume One: Planters, Politicians and Patriots
(Charleston, SC: The History Press, 2005)