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Hickory Hill Plantation – – Clarendon County

Basic Information

  • 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


  1. 30-15 Plantation File, South Carolina Historical Society
  2. William P. Baldwin, Jr. Plantations of the Low County South Carolina 1697-1865. Rev. ed. City: Publisher, Date.
  3. Virginia Christian Beach. Medway. 1999
  4. "Names in South Carolina" Volume I through 30
    1943-1983, Published by the Department of English
    University of SC, Columbia, SC
  5. 30-14 Plantations File, South Carolina Historical Society
  6. 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.
  7. Samuel Gaillard Stoney. Plantations of the Carolina Low Country.
  8. Internet states plantation along the Santee River in Upper St. John's Parish, SC 1865
    Caption under map
  9. Suzanne Cameron Linder, Historical Atlas of the Rice Plantations of the Ace River Basin – 1860 (Columbia: South Carolina Department of Archives and History, 1995).
  10. Henry A. M. Smith. The Historical Writings of Henry A. M. Smith
  11. "SC Highway Historical Marker Guide"
    Published by the SC Department of Archives & History, International Standard Book NO. 1-880067-14-5
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  13. Pawleys Island Civic Association. Pawleys Island Historically Speaking.
  14. "George Washington's Guide to the Waccamaw Neck to Georgetown (Rice Told Tales)", by Sharon Carlisle
  15. Historic Resources of Berkeley County South Carolina
  16. "South Carolina's Low Country - A Past Preserved Text" by Catherine Campart Messmer, Photography by C. Andrew Halcome
  17. Jane Ockershausen. The South Carolina One-Day Trip Book.
  18. Colleton County South Carolina, A Pictorial History.

J. Russell Cross. Historic Ramblin's through Berkeley

John Peter Richardson