Intensive Cultural Resources Survey of the Hampton RMC Tract
Author(s): Johshua N. Fletcher
"Investigators with Brockington and Associates, Inc.,
conducted an intensive cultural resources survey of the proposed
Hampton Regional Medical Center (RMC) Tract in Hampton County,
South Carolina, on 4 November 2005 as requested by WPC, Inc. The
survey examined an area proposed for the expansion of the Hampton
Regional Medical Center. ...
...The cultural resources survey of the Hampton RMC Tract included background research, architectural survey, and archaeological survey. ...Background research conducted by the Architectural Historian resulted in the identification of several previously recorded historic properties within one mile of the project tract. There are no previously identified archaeological sites or historic properties in or adjacent to the project tract. The Architectural Historian surveyed one architectural resource (resource 0044) adjacent to the project tract; we recommend resource 0044 not eligible for the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP). ...The cultural resources survey of the Hampton RMC Tract revealed no evidence of archaeological sites. The proposed development of the tract as currently planned will not affect any cultural resources. The tract warrants no further management consideration with respect to cultural resources. A detailed description of the methods employed and the results of the survey follow."
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Cite this Record
Intensive Cultural Resources Survey of the Hampton RMC Tract. Johshua N. Fletcher. Mt. Pleasant, SC: Brockington and Associates, Inc. 2006 ( tDAR id: 391239) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8FB5466
Calendar Date: 1850 to 1865 (Two fires during these years destroyed most of the property records pertaining to Hampton County and Beaufort County)
Calendar Date: 1882 to 1933 (Land owned by Annie Ruth, and heirs, through two tract purchases and during this period a home was built on the tract)
Calendar Date: 1933 to 1933 (14 acres of land donated for the construction of a hospital)
Calendar Date: 1948 to 1948 (Hampton County purchases and additional 14 acres to add to the tract from James Rufus Connelly)
Calendar Date: 1950 to 1950 (The original wooden log medical center was replaced by the current brick structure)
min long: -81.445; min lat: 32.722 ; max long: -80.86; max lat: 32.95 ;
Individual & Institutional Roles
Contact(s): Jonathan Leader ; Lee Allen
Contributor(s): Jason Ellerbee ; Mallory L. Chambliss Jr. ; David Dellenbach ; Jimmy LeFebre ; Merritt Sanders
Principal Investigator(s): Johshua N. Fletcher
Sponsor(s): WPC, Inc.
Prepared By(s): Brockington and Associates, Inc.
General Note: "We identified one architectural resource (resource 0044) within the architectural APE; we recommend resource 0044 not eligible for the NRHP. The cultural resources survey of the Hampton RMC Tract revealed no evidence of archaeological sites. As currently designed, the proposed development activities will not affect any cultural resources. The Hampton RMC Tract warrants no further consideration with respect to cultural resources."
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