General Information - Location - Lot 35 of Bayley’s Barony
- Held by Daniel DeSaussure during the pre-Revolutionary era
- The lot was later sold to J. Berwick and passed into contemporary Shipyard Plantation.
Land - 312 acres
Maps - Mosse, "Hilton Head Island, 1783. Lot 35"
Peeples, An Index to Hilton Head Island Names
During the pre-Revolutionary era a 312-acre plantation, Lot 35 of Bayley’s Baroney, was held by Daniel DeSaussure, son of the French Huguenot immigrants, Henri and Magdale Brabant DeSaussure of Lausanne who settled in Beaufort District in 1731. It was later sold to J. Berwick and passed into contemporary Shipyard Plantation.
- Peeples, Robert E.H., An Index to Hilton Head Island Names (Before the Contemporary Development), p.11.