“Slave dwellings and agricultural outbuildings worth preserving.”
1235 Long Point Road
City Directories and History: “Horlbeck, Henry, Daniel, Edward, and John of “Boone Hall” (brickmaking) plantation and Charleston. John lived at “Boone Hall.” Born Sept. 14, 1817 (S.C.); married Feb. 9, 1852, Eliza D. Siegling; died Oct. 22, 1892.
Education: Daniel attended Yale Law School, graduated, 1828. Church: Lutheran. Public Service: Henry and Edward were State Representatives; Daniel and John were Commissioners of Free Schools. Slaves: 111 owned by the four together (Christ Church Parish, Charleston District). John owned 15 additional slaves in same parish.”
The Last Foray, C. Gaston Davidson, SC Press – 1971
Constructed in 1936 in the Colonial Revival style by builder, Cambridge M. Trott and architect, William Harmon Beers. Originally owned by Major John Boone, and others including: John S. Henry Horlbeck, Alexandra and Thomas Stone, Prince Dmitri Djordjadze.
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