Whig Hill Plantation Cherokee County
- Location Thicketty Creek, Cherokee County
- Origin of name given its name after founder was in support of the Patriots in the American Revolution (1)
- Other names ?
- Current status ?
- 1767 Earliest known date of existence (1)
John Nuckolls, Sr. moved from Virginia and settled on the property (1)
- ? House built
- 1780 Nuckolls was killed by the British at McKown's Mill. His body was returned to Whig Hill to be buried (2)
- Chronological list John Nuckolls, Sr. (1767-1780)
- Number of slaves ?
- In 1925, ruins of the house, including chimneys were all that remained (2).
References & Resources
- SC Highway Historical Marker Guide - online database by the SC Department of Archives & History
- Nuckolls Family
- Writers' Program, Palmetto Place Names
(Spartanburg, SC: Reprint Company, 1975), p. 109
- Benjamin F. Nuckolls, Pioneer Settlers of Grayson County, Virginia
(Santa Maria, CA: Janaway Publishing, Inc, 2011 - reprint), p. 194
- J. D Bailey, History of Grindal Shoals and Some Early Adjacent Families
(Ledger print, 1927), p. 79
Order History of Grindal Shoals and Some Early Adjacent Families
- Moss Gilmer Bobby, Old Iron District: A Study of the Development of Cherokee County 1750-1897
(Auburn, NY: Jacobs Press, 1972), pp. 44-47
Order Old Iron District: A Study of the Development of Cherokee County 1750-1897