Cultural Resources Survey of the Jamestown Tract

Author(s): Allison Wind; Inna Burns; Charles F. Phillips Jr.

Editor(s): Jennifer Salo

Year: 2007


"In June and July 2007, Brockington and Associates, Inc., conducted an intensive cultural

resources survey of the 112-acre Jamestown Tract in Charleston County, South Carolina. This

work was conducted through HLA, Inc., for Jamestown Properties in anticipation of

development activities in the project area. This survey provides compliance with state laws and

federal regulations concerning the management of historic properties (i.e., sites, buildings,

structures, objects, and districts eligible for or listed on the National Register of Historic Places

[NRHP]) affected through development activities in the Coastal Zone of South Carolina. ..."

Cite this Record

Cultural Resources Survey of the Jamestown Tract. Allison Wind, Inna Burns, Charles F. Phillips Jr., Jennifer Salo. Mt. Pleasant, SC: Brockington and Associates, Inc. 2007 ( tDAR id: 391185) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8S46T74

This Resource is Part of the Following Collections


Temporal Coverage

Calendar Date: 1872 to 1901 (Portion of Crane's land divded and owned by James and Seaman Haynes, Acabee Ball, and Timothy Murray)

Calendar Date: 1901 to 1967 (The portions of the tract owned by Haynes given to his sister Julie Kennedy)

Calendar Date: 1967 to 2005 (Haynes Tract owned by B-C Land Company)

Calendar Date: 2005 to 2007 (Land tract owned by Jamestown Properties)

Calendar Date: 1967 to 2005 (Haynes tract claimed by B-C Land Company)

Calendar Date: 1700 to 1830 (Elms Plantation portion of the land tract owned by the Izard family)

Calendar Date: 1830 to 1853 (Elms Plantation portion owned by John Strohecker and addes to other areas of the tract)

Calendar Date: 1867 to 1872 (Portion of the land tract known as the attempted Heapeville owned by Alanson G. Crane)

Calendar Date: 1771 to 1841 (Land owned by Conrad Keckeley and named Keckeley Plantation)

Calendar Date: 1841 to 1848 (Keckeley Plantation owned by John H. Strohecker)

Calendar Date: 1899 to 1955 ("In 1899, Rebecca L. Riggs sold to J. H. H. Fedderwitz 84.25 acres of her property near Ladson Station on the Southern Railroad (Berkeley County Deed Book [BCDB] A14:247). Some 60 acres of this land makes up the eastern portion of the project tract")

Calendar Date: 1700 to 1771 (Northwestern land owned by the Bulline family)

Calendar Date: 1882 to 1888 (Spring Grove owned by Jacob T. Pendarvis)

Calendar Date: 1863 to 1882 (Spring Grove owned by Benjamin Conley)

Calendar Date: 1859 to 1863 (Spring Grove owned by Benjamin W. Force)

Calendar Date: 1852 to 1859 (Spring Grove owned by Joseph Beach)

Calendar Date: 1872 to 1967 (Portion of the tract owned by James Haynes)

Calendar Date: 1908 to 1923 (Northwest corner of Spring Grove owned by A.J. Wistner and wife Margaret)

Calendar Date: 1904 to 1908 (Spring Grove owned by Joseph P. Clarke and subdivided)

Calendar Date: 1888 to 1904 (Spring Grove owned by Isaac V. Bardin)

Calendar Date: 1955 to 2005 (After many law suits the property was ordered to be sold and B-C Land Company bought the tract)

Calendar Date: 1895 to 1899 (Most of the Eastern parts of Keckeley Plantation owned by Thomas L. Riggs)

Calendar Date: 1872 to 1895 (Keckeley Plantation owned by Edward Cubstead and his wife Rebecca. When he died she remarried and subdivided the lands.)

Calendar Date: 1848 to 1872 (Keckeley Plantation owned by Margaret Lavina Gruber (immediate title information missing after her ownership))

Calendar Date: 1851 to 1852 (Spring Grove owned by Luden F. Behling)

Calendar Date: 1802 to 1851 (Spring Grove owned by the Ryan family and titled Spring Grove Plantation)

Calendar Date: 1711 to 1802 (Spring Grove Plantation land granted to Sarah Baker)

Calendar Date: 1923 to 1954 (Wistner tract , which used to be part of Spring Grove Plantation, added to Fedderwitz's holdings after purchase)

Spatial Coverage

min long: -80.053; min lat: 32.615 ; max long: -79.852; max lat: 32.824 ;

Individual & Institutional Roles

Contact(s): Barry Whalen; Jonathan Leader

Contributor(s): Brian Falls; David Dellenbach; Rebekah Sease; Allison Wind; Inna Burns; Jennifer Salo; Charles F. Phillips Jr.; Ed Salo

Field Director(s): Alys Spillman

Principal Investigator(s): Ralph Bailey

Sponsor(s): Jamestown Properties

Prepared By(s): Brockington and Associates, Inc.


General Note: The sites identified during this survey were deemed ineligible for coverage by the NRHP. Other important sites were assessed in the process to see if the proposed construction would disturb them. Brockington determined that these sites would not be affected at all should proposed construction take place.

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