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Plantation: Belleview of Charleston County, SC
   
Location Just north along the Wando River
Mount Pleasant, SC
Plantation Details
  Other Names: New Bermuda

  Timeline: 1735 and 1938 - Earliest known dates of existence An archaeological study of the site was conducted by Ted Rathbun of the University of South Carolina after unearthing the vault marker containing the epitaph of Edward Croft. The grave site was not preserved.

  Currently: The land was purchased prior to 1979 from Georgia Pacific and developed in 1979 as the Wando Port.
  Number of acres: Total not known. The Port has cleared over 100 acres.

  Number of slaves: 38

  Owners: Edward Croft (1738), Edward Peter Croft-son (1756), Mortimer Williams (1760)

Additional Information
References
 
1.
Rogers, George C. The History of Georgetown County, South Carolina. Spartanburg, S.C. : Published for the Georgetown County Historical Society [by] the Reprint Co., 1990.