Buck Hall Plantation McClellanville Charleston County
- Location Awendaw Creek, Charleston County
6 miles southeast of McClellanville on Buck Hall Landing Road
- Origin of name ?
- Other names Carnadey (1)
- Current status U.S. Forest Service's Buck Hall Recreation Area
- 1705 Earliest known date of existence
Captain John Collins received a land grant (1).
- 1709 Captain John Collins died but the property would remain in the Collins family for more than a century (1).
- ? Jonah Collins owned the property. He developed the land into a working plantation (1).
- Prior to 1749 House built by Jonah Collins (1).
- 1749 Jonah Collins passed away and passed the plantation to his daughter Elizabeth Collins Withers (1).
- Circa 1785 Elizabeth Collins Withers died and her daughter Sarah Collins Withers Vanderhorst inherited Buck Hall along with William Cartwright
- 1845 General Richard Withers Vanderhorst, Sarah Vanderhorst's son, would own the plantation after his mother's death (1).
- ? Stephen D. Doar purchased the Buck Hall Plantation from General Vanderhorst (1).
- ? The U.S. Forest Service developed Buck Hall Recreation Area.
- Number of slaves ?
References & Resources
- Buck Hall Recreation Area
Buck Hall Landing Road
McClellanville, SC 29458
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