The Rock Hill Herald reported on Oct. 19, 1882 – “The gin house of Mr. W.P. Draffin in the Neely’s Creek area suffered from a fire which destroyed the building, the machinery, seven bales of cotton, two gins, and seed cotton. One bale of cotton belonged to Houston Ross (colored), one belonged to Joe Roddey (colored), and three belonged Mr. Andrew Shillinglaw.”
City Directories and History: This historic plat map shows the early landowners in and around the Taylor’s Creek and Neely’s Creek areas southeast of Rock Hill, S.C. This map provides a searchable index of the names provided on this particular map. Search further under the enlargeable PDF, this page. Other Mayhugh maps may offer similar information but under a different title.
|Hinson E. Carder – Carter|
|John R. Patton|
|Jonathan N. McElwee|
|Joseph A. Steele|
|Joseph F. Lesley|
|Matthew H. Williams|
|McClenahan’s Ferry Road|
|Neely’s Creek Church|
|Neely’s Creek Road|
|Old McCants Land|
|Rocky Ford Branch|
|Samuel L. Moutton|
|School House Spring|
|Six Mile Creek|
|William Wherry Junior|
|William Wherry Senior|
Explore history, houses, and stories across S.C. Your membership provides you with updates on regional topics, information on historic research, preservation, and monthly feature articles. But remember R&R wants to hear from you and assist in preserving your own family genealogy and memorabilia.
Visit the Southern Queries – Forum to receive assistance in answering questions, discuss genealogy, and enjoy exploring preservation topics with other members. Also listed are several history and genealogical researchers for hire.
User comments welcome — post at the bottom of this page.
Please enjoy this structure and all those listed in Roots and Recall. But remember each is private property. So view them from a distance or from a public area such as the sidewalk or public road.
Do you have information to share and preserve? Family, school, church, or other older photos and stories are welcome. Send them digitally through the “Share Your Story” link, so they too might be posted on Roots and Recall.
User comments always welcome - please post at the bottom of this page.