Jacob Kelley House

578 Kelleytown RD

Hartsville, SC 29550


Phone: (843) 339-9511

City: Hartsville

Region: Midlands

Jacob Kelley House

This c. 1820 house, now restored, served briefly as a headquarters for Gen. Sherman's army during the Civil War. Open for tours the first Sunday of the month, March - December, 3pm - 5pm. Confederate Memorial Day observed the first Sunday in May. Christmas open house the first Sunday in December.

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