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Hickory Hill Plantation – – Clarendon County
- Location – Clarendon County
- Comments – Originally owned by John Peter Richardson, the father of the first John Peter Richardson who became Governor of South Carolina (1840-1844.) Both Governors John Peter Richardson and John Laurence Manning were born here. Manning's father, Richard Irvine Manning, was the governer of South Carolina between 1824-1826.
- Origin of name –
- Other names –
- Current status –
- Alphabetical list – Belser-1880, Mrs. Irvine Furman Belsey, Jr., John Peter Richardson
- 30-15 Plantation File, South Carolina Historical Society
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1943-1983, Published by the Department of English
University of SC, Columbia, SC
- 30-14 Plantations File, South Carolina Historical Society
- John R. Irving, MD (1842). A Day on the Cooper River. Enlarged and edited by Louise Cheves Stoney, 1932; reprint edition, with notes by Samuel Gailliard Stoney, 1969. (Columbia: R. L. Bryan Company, 1969.) Irving's book written in 1842.
- Samuel Gaillard Stoney. Plantations of the Carolina Low Country.
- Internet states plantation along the Santee River in Upper St. John's Parish, SC 1865
Caption under map
- Suzanne Cameron Linder, Historical Atlas of the Rice Plantations of the Ace River Basin – 1860 (Columbia: South Carolina Department of Archives and History, 1995).
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Published by the SC Department of Archives & History, International Standard Book NO. 1-880067-14-5
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John Peter Richardson