Monday, July 25, 2016

The Hope Plantation in Bertie Co. NC #history

Hope Plantation in Bertie County
By Jeannette Holland Austin

Hope PlantationThe Hope Plantation was built by David Stone, a congressman, senator and twice governor of North Carolina around 1803. The two-story frame house features a pedimented portico and the 1763 gambrel roof of the King-Bazemore House, built by William King, a Bertie County planter. Pictured is the hall of Hope Plantation which was used as a summer living area. Find your North Carolina Ancestors 

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