Echaw Plantation - Berkeley County South Carolina SC

Echaw Plantation – Santee River – Berkeley County

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  • Location – Santee River, Berkeley County

    Twelve miles from McClellanville.

  • Origin of name – ?

  • Other names – Echau, Euchaw

  • Current status – ?


  • 1773 – Earliest known date of existence

    Granted to Oliver Cromwell and Louis Dutarque

  • 1790 – House built by Samuel Dupre. It was taken down by his grandson and floated to Seashore (McClellanville,) where it was reassembled in 1861.


  • Number of acres – ?

  • Primary crop – Rice


  • Alphabetical list – G. W. Coleman(1872), Cromwell, DuPre, Dutarque, William Henderson, James Edward Jerman, Mary Rebecca Jerman (1851), Samuel Bonneau Jerman (1830), Thomas S. Jerman (1830) G. A. Norwood (1896), Evan L. Wilkins (1888).

    Purchased by Atlantic Coast Lumber Corporation in 1913.


  • Number of slaves – ?


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