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Built in 1787, the Edward Rutledge House is another historic site in the city of Charleston, South Carolina. It was once the site that Edward Rutledge calls home. Rutledge is a notable individual mostly for his role in the state of South Carolina as a governor after he became a signer of the United States? Declaration of Independence.

Also known as the Carter-May House, the Edward Rutledge House was Edward Rutledge?s home from 1787 to his death in 1800. Afterwards, it was acquired by a wealthy merchant named Captain Wagener then by the Catholic Diocese of Charleston.

Currently, the Edward Rutledge House serves as the Governor?s House Inn, a historic Charleston bed and breakfast, alongside Edward Rutledge?s brother?s neighboring house.
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