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There have been three homes named Dungeness on Cumberland Island. The first home was built by James Oglethorpe. Cumberland Island was given to General Nathaniel Greene to repay the debts that he incurred in the Revolution. He and his wife built the second Dungeness - a four story tabby mansion on the site. His widow Catharine married Phineas Miller. This house was abandoned during the U.S. Civil War and burned in 1866. The third Dungeness was built by Thomas M. Carnegie, brother of Andrew Carnegie. The Carnegies moved out of Dungeness in 1925. In 1959 the Dungeness mansion was destroyed by fire, alleged to be arson.
The Greene-Miller Cemetery, named for the family of General Greene and Phineas Miller is east of the house.