SC-40-115 Seibels House A

Marker text: SEIBELS HOUSE
This house stands on plantation lands of Thomas Taylor, one of Columbia's founding fathers, who is buried two blocks east of here in the old family cemetery. The date 1796, seen on a hand-hewn basement beam by a local historian about 1935, indicates the house was built shortly after the new city's founding in 1786. An early separate kitchen built of hand-made brick stands behind the house.
Erected 1991 by the Columbia Committee of the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the State of South Carolina

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