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Plantation: Pond Bluff of Berkeley County, SC
Location Four miles below Eutaw
Berkeley County, SC
Plantation Details
  Timeline: 1732 bought by General Francis Marion better known as the "Swamp Fox". Marion lived and died (1795)here. General Marion is buried at Belle Isle plantation.

  Buildings: Marion continued to enlarge his plantation and built at "Pond Bluff" a large house of cypress. The building is pictured in Lossing's "Pictorial Field-Book of the Revolution" as a two story building with a porch over two-thirds of th front. Six windows show on the second story front. The original home was destroyed.

  Number of acres: 1452 (1756)

  Owners: General Francis Marion (1739)

Additional Information
Cross, J. Russell. Historic Ramblin's Through Berkeley. 1985.
Chaplin, Ellen P. and Chaplin, John, Facts and Legends