Saturday, October 4, 2014

Miles Brewton of Charleston

Miles Brewton House in Charleston
Charleston, South Carolina contains about 400 years of surviving records and during the early 17th and 18th centuries, many immigrants went there first.  Therefore, it is a city not to overlook.  The Miles Brewton House is located at 27 King Street in Charleston, South Carolina. It was built ca 1769 and during the War Between the States was occupied by Brigadeer-General Alexander Schimmelfenning. Charleston has many beautiful pre-revolutionary war and anti-bellum homes which survived the ages. Find your ancestors on South Carolina Pioneers

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