- Location Tyger River, Union, Union County
Located at 2677 Sardis Road off US 176
- Origin of name
- Other names ?
- Current status Open to the public as a State Historic Site
- 1828 Earliest known date of existence
- 1828-1832 A Federalist-style house was built by William H. Gist.
House was restored and used as the Governor's mansion.
- 1942 Franks bought property from the US Forest Service.
- Number of acres 44 in 1970
- Primary crop Cotton
- Alphabetical list Bowen, Emerson, Clyde T. Franks (1942), William H. Gist (Governor 1858-1860), Rice
- Number of slaves 100
- Rose Hill Plantation
- National Register of Historic Places
Nomination Form - submitted in 1970 by Norman McCorkle - requires Adobe Reader
Photographs, architectural overview
- Initial references: See #1, 4, 16, 17
- Rose Hill Plantation State Historic Site
2677 Sardis Road
Union, SC 29379