Mary "Polly" Izard

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Mary Polly Middleton (Izard)

Also Known As: ""Polly""
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Cedar Grove, St. George's Parish, South Carolina, Colony
Death: Died in Mazyckborough, Charleston, South Carolina, United States
Place of Burial: Middleton Place Gardens and Tomb Charleston Dorchester County South Carolina, USA
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Walter Izard and Elizabeth Izard
Wife of Arthur Middleton, Signer of the "Declaration of Independence"
Mother of Henry Middleton, US Congress; Emma Philadelphia Izard; Isabella Johannes Huger; Septima Sexta Rutledge; Maria Henrietta Middleton and 4 others
Sister of John IZARD

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About Mary "Polly" Izard

Birth: Jul. 31, 1747 Death: Jul., 1814

Daugther of Walter Izard an Uncle of Congressman Ralph Izard


Family links:

Spouse:
 Arthur Middleton (1742 - 1787)

Children:
 Henry Middleton (1770 - 1846)*
 Emma Philadelphia Middleton Izard (1776 - 1813)*
 Isabella Johannes Middleton Huger (1780 - 1865)*
 Septima S Middleton Rutledge (1783 - 1865)*
 John Izard Middleton (1785 - 1849)*
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Burial: Middleton Place Gardens and Tomb Charleston Dorchester County South Carolina, USA


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Created by: P Fazzini Record added: Aug 03, 2010 Find A Grave Memorial# 55834098

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=55834098

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Mary "Polly" Izard's Timeline

1705
1705
- 2014
Middleton Place Plantation, Charleston, S.C.

This place is beautiful I remember touring it with my late husband and his Aunt and Uncle when they came to visit us while we were stationed and the Navy base back in the 1970's. The pictures really don't tell how beautiful it really is. You miss the smells of flowers. They also are not showing the whole story either of like the slave quarters. It is my understanding that the plantation was used to film Gone with the Wind. (At least that is what our guide told us.) I see the tree is still there that my late husband climbed in order to get pictures of him sitting in the tree.
There are a lot more pictures on the below sight

http://www.bellewood-gardens.com/2009/Charleston_2009-03_Middleton

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=82-PhKin1B4

http://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g54171-d144683-Reviews...

http://south-carolina-plantations.com/dorchester/middleton-place.html

http://www.laduenews.com/living/design/design-rediscovered-middleto...

https://middletonplace.org/

1747
July 31, 1747
Cedar Grove, St. George's Parish, South Carolina, Colony
1764
1764
Age 16
1770
September 28, 1770
Age 23
London, England
1772
August 13, 1772
Age 25
1774
October 6, 1774
Age 27
Charleston, Charleston County, Province of South Carolina
1776
October 22, 1776
Age 29
Middleton Place, South Carolina
1778
1778
Age 30
Charleston County, South Carolina, United States
1780
November 25, 1780
Age 33
Ashley River, South Carolina
1783
October 15, 1783
Age 36
Middleton Place, Charleston, SC