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“... have a quick minute it is a very unique piece of american history to see the remains of a plantation house and how was constructed hundreds of years ago it is free and only takes a few minutes to walk the site”
“Coupled with some of the historical sites we have visited in Charleston on this trip, the Stoney Baynard Ruins was an informative and reflective stop.”
“Wonderful view of life around the civil war and forward, very interesting talks about the areas early settlers, and admirable story about the current owner's efforts to save and restore this wonderful historic tre...”
“Gorgeous views of the river from the bluffs and surrounding equestrian landscape.”
“But definitely see the burial sites of the two British officers, William Henry Cory (served in the Crimean War with the Light Brigade and with the Confederacy), and Dr. Perry who was buried with a pickaxe, water a...”
“If you are lucky, you will be ushered around with one of the best parishonners there who is filled with beautiful stories about this wonderful landmark.”
“As it turns out, my Great Grandfather was care taker of Beaufort National Cemetary, in the late 1920"s or 1930"s, so visiting this site was personal for me, but each citizen of this great country, should stop by a...”