George Washington stayed here during his tour of the South.
City Directories and History: Pawley – Parker House: The front of the house facing toward the Sampit River. It was reported the house was built before the American Revolution; the two bay rooms facing Front St. added later. Inscription on window pane, “J. W. Pawley 1815” – traditionally President George Washington spent one night here on his last visit to the Southern states.
Information partly from Georgetown’s Walking Tour – K. Lawrimore, Chamber of Commerce & SCDAH’s Georgetown NR Nomination.
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