“A heritage plat map via the Mayhugh Collection……”
City Directories and History: This Heritage Plat Map shows the early owners of properties in downtown Chester, S.C.
The Heritage Plat Maps are an important collection of overlapping historic early land plats, mainly from Chester County, S.C., diagramming the locations and geographic parameters of hundreds of family farm and plats of historic importance. These refined maps are the work of Chester County historian, Mr. Tom Mayhugh who graciously provided them for display and research on Roots and Recall in 2017.
***The Heritage map collection is provided to and preserved on R&R, by the creator, to enhance the understanding and appreciation of local genealogical and history. Any use of these maps without written permission from the owner or sighting full credit is prohibited. Please enjoy and credited appropriately! Permission for use maybe addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org, thanks.
NAME – ACREAGE – YEAR
Ferguson, Paul 200 1772
Hitchcock, John 400 1770
Hunter, John 204 1788
Hunter, John 200 1785
Huston, Thomas 150 1771
Kelso, Robert 450 1772
Kelso, Robert 72 1794
Miller, Charles 150 1773
Moncrief, John 200 1801
Moncrieff, John 484 1801
Murray, William 200 1785
Rainey, William 100 1773
Stuart, James 736 1788
Walker, John 350 1766
Walker, Samuel 100 1768
Woodside, Samuel 200 1767
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