City Directories and History: Constructed circa 1770 by John Dickey, came to Bullock’s Creek via Virginia. Became Richard Sherer home 1844 – 1888 and deeded to his son, Hugh Hicklin
Sherer and his wife Nancy M. Whitesites. Members of the Sherer family continued living here until circa 1918. The house was given to the people of South Carolina by Mrs. Ruth Duncan Latham and the descendents of Richard Sherer and his wife Jane Miller Sherer in 1988. The house was moved by Cox Moving Company to the Kings Mountain State Park, where the house was renovated and used as a ranger’s office.
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