“African American Civil War Site.”
City Directories and History: Stewart – Congdon- Farrelly House: The current owners have deed reported to date the structure to 1751. It has been stated, the house was used as hospital for African American followers and troops of Federal Army during the Civil War. The large Live Oak in the rear yard is thought to be 500 year old.
Information partly from Georgetown’s Walking Tour – K. Lawrimore, Chamber of Commerce & SCDAH’s Georgetown NR Nomination.
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