City Directories and History: (Also listed as #301 N. Confederate) 1922/23 – J.B. Creighton, 1936 – Dr. Roderick Macdonald, Dr. S.H. Shippey, (Dr. Macdonald later moved his office to Main Street),
This was the long-term offices of Rock Hill surgeons; W.B.
Ward, Alton G. Brown and Frank S. Fairey before moving their office to Ebenezer Road in the 1960’s. It was at this time that Brown and Fairey created Rock Hill Surgical Associates.
The Herald reported on Sept. 10, 1925 – “That a new bungalow is under construction for R.H. Peacock and daughter Bessie. Bessie has a temporary apartment with Ms. Mary Marshall on Pendleton Street.” [The street number does not correlate with a later entry for R.H. Peacock but it appears this is the correct address.]
The Rock Hill Herald reported on Dec. 2, 1896 – “R.H. Peacock has established a meat market near the Manchester Mill on Capt. Jones’s Place.”
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