Fenwick Hall's Friends & ScrapBook John's Island, SC
See "your" photos of Fenwick Hall added to this page! Dig out your old photos & add to the Fenwick ScrapBook. Fenwick Hall has been around almost 300 years, so there's got to be photos out there. Email them to: firstname.lastname@example.org you can send them via mail.
Peggy and William (Bill) Sparks of Sea Dog Sportswear fame
Peggy Freemon-Sparks & brother, Bob Freemon Jr
The multi-talented visitors from Charleston Day School
4.2013 Historic Preservation Day visit by the Charleston Day School
1930 Adams Wing vs 1750 Octagonal wing vs Main House
Charleston Day School Preservationist 4.2013
Fenwick friends come in all sizes!
Lulu, the Fenwick guard dog
4.2013 Tour Time Discussions
Mistress of Fenwick Hall in Red (Army Wives)
Charity Oyster Roast 1.2013
Charity Event at Fenwick Castle 2013
Friends Amy & Joe Sept 2012 at Fenwick
Amy & Joe visit Angel Oak, John's Island, SC 9.2012
Amy & Joe at Fenwick Sept 3, 2012
Checking out a find. 2011
"The Duel" til death, by Tim Sayer & George Wyant, The Diggers Guys. 2011
Diggers TV NatGeo
4.27.2012 Charleston Day School students research and visit Fenwick for Historical Preservation Day. This was their third annual visit. Four students gave short lectures on the plantation to parents and other students. Image by Evelyn Ladue Wells
May 2011, 2nd Annual Charleston Day Schools visit for Preservation Day.
Young historian's lecturing on Fenwick
May 2010 "Preservation Day" at Fenwick with the Charleston Day School.
May 2010, Fenwick Hall Historians and Preservationist representing Charleston Day School.
AMY & JOE
RainBow over Fenwick by Michael A.
Band on the Run
Edward Fenwick Campbell Byrd and Dorothy Byrd visit their ancestral home. Edward's 3rd grandmother was Sarah Fenwick (daughter of Edward Fenwick Sr & Mary Drayton).
The Beast of Johns Island
mshp party 2013
In the formal walled english garden 3.2010
Young Charleston Historians in the Making 2010.
Late 2009, on a very cold holiday morning. Photo by Doctor Steve.
Main Gate, late 2009. Image courtesy of Doctor Steve.
Lower Main Gate Art, late 2009. Image courtesy of Doctor Steve.
courtsey Gayle Booker Photography
Rare Fenwick Open House
Outside one of the two walled gardens at fenwick
(Below photos) THE CELEBRATION ~ A Masquerade Themed Wedding 2008
Guests arrived at Fenwick Hall, a plantation just outside Charleston, in masks and full regalia. During the ceremony, Memphis-based R&B singer Ruby Wilson and her band played Motown love songs selected by Mary Lynn; The bride walked down the aisle, escorted by her father and brother, to the Gladys Knight ballad “You're the Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me.” Following the vows, the couple and their guests danced through the cocktail hour right there at the ceremony site. The couple and their masquerade-attired wedding guests sipped cocktails out of silver julep cups and then took their seats on bales of hay to await the ceremony.
Masquerade Wedding on the Grounds of Fenwick, 2008. Courtesy of Elegant Bride Magazine & Brides.com
more masquerade wedding photos
Fenwicke Charity Event 2005
Mustang at the Gates 4.26.06 courtesy of Windviel
Fenwick Hall Hospital Site Plan 1980's
Carriage House 1980's
Great Hall, 1980's as Fenwick Hall Hospital
Fenwick Hospital, old reflection pond, 1980's
As Fenwick Hospital 1980's. Black horse hitching post still near the entrance door.
Tue, May 11, 1999, River Road Entrance as abandoned by Fenwick Hospital. The plantation was left alone again to the ghost... photo courtesy Carol Dawn
Known current Descendants of former Plantation Owners:
( if you wish to add your family descendants of the 'real' fenwicks..feel free to email me with your family's info)
*Direct descendants of Edward Sr & his wife, : Allen Sawyer Harison (b)1978 Bates Montgomery Harison (b) 1980
*Direct descendants of Edward Sr & his wife, Mary Drayton thru their daughter, Sarah: Edward Fenwick Campbell Bryd
*Direct descendants of Robert Brown: -Mr Aldridge 3rd g-grandfather was Robert Brown per Martha Aldridge.
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