Caleb Coker House
This house, built ca. 1832, was the home of Caleb Coker (1802~1869) and the birthplace of his son, Maj. James Lide Coker (1837~1918), who was a Confederate officer, industrialist, and founder of Coker College. Caleb Coker was a merchant, a director of the Cheraw & Darlington RR, librarian of the Society Hill Library Society, and a charter member of the Darlington Agricultural Society. Erected by the Darlington County Historical Commission - 2002
Backstory and Context
Photos compliments of Bill Segars of Hartsville.