Longitude Lane

We return to our story of our heroes, Sugar and YoursTruly, continued from Saturday, January 15, 2011, after a visit to the Battery in Charleston, SC.  After visiting with the new owners of Sugar’s Cousin Margaret’s house, we headed over to Longitude Lane.  Why, you ask?  Of course you ask.  Let’s stop to remember that Sugar is related to almost everyone ancient and ancestral in SC, especially along the lower coastal area, and you can begin to formulate a clue.

For instance, there’s his multiple-great-grandfather, Thomas Smith of Medway Plantation fame.  If you click on his name here,  Thomas Smith, you will jump back in time to my post about searching out Medway.  But when Tom wasn’t on the plantation, he had a town house in Charleston.  Ding, ding, ding, we have a winner!  That’s right, on Longitude Lane.

 

And the sky was Carolina Blue.

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