Founders Residences Information Complied By: Ill. Bro. McDonald “Don" Burbidge, 33 o
1801 Founders Residences in Charleston Home and Occupation Addressees The 1801 directory was published by John Nixon Nelson as Nelson’s Charleston Directory, and Strangers Guide, for 1801 (Charleston: John Nixon Nelson, 1801). In addition to the listing of people, it contains information on their profession and how many were in Charleston in the same profession at the time. 1) John H. Mitchell - 11 Lynch’s Lane (2) (also his resident) Lynch’s Lane had 6 families living on it 2) Frederick Dalcho - Apothecaries (3), 132 East Bay Street East Bay Street had 120 families living on it 3) Emanuel De La Motta - Auctioneer (6), Exchange Ally Exchange Ally had 1 family living on it 4) Abraham Alexander - Shop Keeper (68), 214 King Street King Street had 276 families living on it 5) Thomas Bartholomew Bowen - Printer (9), 240 King Street King Street had 276 families living on it 6) Israel Delieben - Vendue Master (22), 51 East Bay Street East Bay Street had 120 families living on it 7) Isaac Auld - Apothecaries (3), 132 East Bay Street East Bay Street had 120 families living on it 8) Moses Clava Levy - Shop Keeper (68), 233 King Street King Street had 276 families living on it 9) James Moultrie - Physician (40), 2 Cumberland Street Cumberland Street had 11 families living on it 10) Jean Baptiste Delahogue - (11) Federal Street 11) Comte De Grasse - 9 Federal Street Federal Street had 11 families living on it Note: ( )= how many person(s) were of this occupation in Charleston in 1801. Also shown are how many families were living on each street at the time.
1844 Charleston Map
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