Copy of a plan of lots No.1-7, 9-11 on Cumberland Street in Charleston, Ward No.3. Indicates some buildings including a brick stable at No. 9 and DeBorr’s house and lot. “Lands of Mr. Edwards" is written above the lots. Names associated with this plat include De Borr, Edwards, and Charles Parker. Notable geographic locations include Church Street, Corr Alley or Philadelphia Street, Cumberland Street, and Ward Number 3.
Office copy of a survey of 31 acres of land for Dr. R. H. Martin in Berkeley County. Notable geographic locations include Wappoo Road and Mill Tract. Names associated with this plat are R.H. Martin, G.G. DuPont, and W.B. Guerard.
876 acres of land west of Murray Road in St. John's Parish. Names associated with this plat are Chas Johnston, Ben Castell, William Simpson, Verth, and J.G. Wiare. Notable geographic locations include Wadboo Barony.
Copy of a plan of 195 acres of land near the Cooper River including dams, a house, marsh and saw pit. Names associated with this plat include Mary Rupell, Robertson, Atkin, Dr. Brabangs, Withers, Jenson, Lanue and G. Arch.
Office copy of a tract of land once belonging to Thomas Nau then John S. Cripps containing 277 1/2 acres. The land includes gum, white and red oak, and cedar trees along with posts, a rice field and a bridge over the public road from Rantoles [Rantowles] to Charleston. Names associated with this plat include John S. Cripps, Thomas Nau, and S. Lewis.
Copy of plan of a plantation on Stono Swamp commonly called Stono Plantation belonging to Thomas Ferguson. Contains 630 acres. Approximately 360 acres is swamp and approximately 270 acres is highland. Names associated with this plat are Thomas Ferguson, George Haig, Joseph Farr, Mary Williams, Smith and John McSweeney. Notable geographic locations include Stono Swamp, Stono Plantation and Charleston.
Copy of a plat of 355 Acres of land in Berkeley County near the West side of Cooper River, shows surrounding properties, doesn’t include land type or detailed notations. Names associated with this plat are Edward Keating, William Kimlough, Buvet, Matthew Beard, Colonel Chicken, Chapennoun Elliott, Robert Daniell, Longrove Thomas, Edward Keyting, Andrew Allens, William Gibbons, James Kenloch, William Adams, Allen Anderson, William Gibbons, Matthew Benson, Thomas Smith, John Vecandge [?], Francis Ternandol, and Allen Andrew. Notable geographic locations include St. James Parish, Goose Creek, Cooper River, and Berkeley County.
Farm of 54 across for sale by Rutherford, individual plots lettered A-S. Names associated with this plat are Birkman, Rutledge Phokes, Fitch, Kinsman and Rutherford. Notable geographic locations include Broad Street and Dorchester Road.
Copy of tract of land containing 200 acres, butting and bounding south and west by William Elliott, and on the east by Clay, and to the north by John Rivers. Names associated with this plat include William Webb, Thomas Mellichamp, Butler, William Elliott, William Clay, Shem, John Rivers, John S. Cripps, Samuel Jones, the Lords Proprietors, and Daniel Gibson.
Copy of a plat part now belonging to Benjamin Perry and part to John Pringle on the west side of Ashley River. Names associated with this plat include John Pringle, Benjamin Perry, John Julius Pringle, Lambert Lance, Abraham Ladson, Sarah Rose, Nathaniel Bradwell, Ephraim Mitchell, Thomas Drayton, John Frazer, Frances Baker, Thomas Osborn, Isaac Landson, Isaac Perry, John Drayton, Glen Drayton, Francis Ladson and W. John Cattle. Notable geographic locations include the Ashley River, Charleston, Berkeley County, and Ashley River Road.
Hand-drawn and color-coded map of Ansonborough indicating properties purchased by HCF, restored by HCF, for sale by HCF, restored privately, and other distinctive antebellum houses. Created to illustrate HCF’s Ansonborough Rehabilitation Project.
Six maps conveying plans to beautify Ansonborough, showing the footprints of buildings and annotated to indicate the status of buildings, traffic flow, and scenarios that would result from the Ansonborough Rehabilitation Project.
Map of Ansonborough showing Meeting Street, King Street, Hasell Street, Maiden Street, Old Church Street, Bay Street, and others. A small piece of paper taped to the back reads: "Kindness of: Mr. Gedney M. Howe."