City Directories and History: Constructed in ca. 1803 later took on the Gothic Revival style as it was “modernized” in the mid 19th century.
“Colburn, Benjamin Prince of “Tibwin” plantation and Charleston. Born Jan. 11,
1812 (Mass.); married Feb. 20, 1834, Ann Ashby Mathews (1805-Aug. 15, 1885); died Nov. 6, 1875. Church: Episcopalian. Slaves: 112 (St. James’s, Santee, Charleston District).”
The Last Foray, C. Gaston Davidson, SC Press – 1971
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