113 East Main Street
City Directories and History: “In June of 1860, a lot “55 feet wide and 142 feet long, bounded on two by the Henry G. Hardee property; on one side by the R. W. Pelot property; on the front by Church Road” was surveyed and a plat prepared by O. The lot was donated to the Hardeeville Methodist Church.
The frame building is three bays wide in the “ABA” pattern. The portico, located in the gable end, is supported by two round columns. six-panel doors are flanked by two over two (2/2) light windows with lintels. A small steeple rises from the ridgepole of the roof. In 1884 the slave gallery was removed and the sanctuary was plastered. Other repairs were completed in 1916, and in 1947 repairs were made walls and roof.”
Information from: Historic Resources of the Lowcountry, The Lowcountry Council of Government, Cynthia C. Jenkins, Preservation Planner – Published, 1979
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