City Directories and History: Withers – Porter Bouse: Reported to be a pre-Revolutionary structure probably built by a New Englander. This home has been occupancy by the same family since the early nineteenth century. It was used for convalescent British soldiers during the American Revolution.
Information partly from Georgetown’s Walking Tour – K. Lawrimore, Chamber of Commerce & SCDAH’s Georgetown NR Nomination.
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