Alexander Rose Family Cemetery

Georgetown, Georgetown County, South Carolina, USA Add to Map
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Alexander ROSE settled Matanzas plantation (before 1853) near Georgetown, commonly known today as Chicora Wood Plantation [consisting of some 40 acres land and privately owned].

Chicora Wood Plantation.
Proceed North from Georgetown on U.S. 701 to the intersection with county road # 4, SE on # 4 continue to intersection with country road # 52, proceed NE on # 52 about 18 miles. Plantation is located on right side of # 52.

The plantation itself was begun between 1732 and 1736, with the house built before 1819.

Chicora Wood Plantation, originally called Mantanzas, was owned in 1806 by Alexander ROSE, a Charleston merchant, who sold the tract to Benjamin ALLSTON, Jr. Robert F. W. ALLSTON inherited the plantation upon his father's death in 1819, but did not assume full responsibility until 1824. "...Robert F. W. ALLSTON was the most notable planter on the Pee Dee River." History of Georgetown County. George C. ROGERS.


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  • Added: 3 Apr 2016
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