Albemarle Sound, North Carolina
|PLANTATION NAME:||Scotch Hall Plantation, formerly known as Scots Hall|
Scots Hall (sometimes now referred as Scotch Hall) was south of Black Walnut Creek, and was very early on Lockhart land. William Maule called the land Scotch Hall about 1738. Mr. Maule left his wife the plantation, called Scots Hall, at his death in 1726. [Grimes. NC Wills and Inventories p. 303]. The property was next owned by James Lockhart (1699-1753); it is thought Lockhart built the small Flemish bond brick house which stood into the 20th century in the front yard of the present Scotch Hall.[Marilu Burch Smallwood.Some Colonial and Revolutionary Families of North Carolina, Vol II pp 398-99.]
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