A collection of five maps and three charts describing land owned by Jonah Horry in South Carolina. The first four maps were drawn from surveys made by John Goddard in 1793; the last map was drawn from a survey made by John Horry Dent in 1836.
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.
Plat of 19 acres in St. Andrew’s Parish. A corn field is noted as is a public road along with the neighboring property owners. Little other detail. Names associated with this plat are James C. Perry, Cook, Sault, Benjamin, F.R.N. [?] Smith, Dinzhals [?], S. Charles, and Cattell.
Small description of a 264 acre land, near Wappoo Creek, including land description. Names associated with this plat are John Schnerlie, Thomas S. Jones, and Edwin R. Dorrill. Notable geographic locations include the Ashley River, Wappoo Creek, Ashley Bridge Ferry Road, and Charleston District.
Lands of Paul Guerard called “The Hut," shows a public road and creeks, includes measurements. Names associated with this plat are Parker, W.B. Guerard, William Blacklock, Micah Jenkins, Thomas Humscoube, and Paul C. Grimball.
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.
Plat of land which includes a marsh and creeks, very little other detail. Names associated with this plat are Purcell, Thomas Rose, John Blade, and E. Rivers. Notable geographic locations include Tiger Swamp.