City Directories and History: The house, circa 1831, is believed to have been built by Hiram McAdams, an inn keeper who ran a stagecoach line to Charleston referred to as the Sign of the Bell Tavern. It was originally situated in the lower part of Camden, in 1965, the core of the house was moved to its present site and remodeled by Mr. and Mrs. John K. DeLoach, Jr. The portico was rebuilt with materials from the old home. [Courtesy of the Camden Tour Book]
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