While searching for information regarding Peter Clifton, I stumbled across information on Biggers Mobley. You might find this interesting. Here is the website from ancestry.com database. It is part of the slave narratives. http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?DB=SLAVNARR&GS=&SRVR=SEARCH&SE=SSE.DLL&SERVER=SEARCH&SEARCHENGINE=SSE.DLL&DATABASENAME=SLAVNARR&DATABASEID=4342&TYPE=P&F7=&F5=CLIFTON&F4=SOUTH%20CAROLINA&GS=&TITLE=SLAVE+NARRATIVES&ct=69052 Biggers Mobley place 'tween Kershaw and Camden "My master's fust wife, I heard him say, was Mistress Gilmore. Dere was two chillun by her. Master Ed, dat live in a palace dat last time I visit Rock Hill and go to 'member myself to him; then dere was Miss Mary dat marry her cousin, Dr. Jim Mobley. They had one child, Captain Fred, dat took de Catawba rifles to Cuba and whip Spain for blowin' up de Maine. You say you rather I talk 'bout old master and de high spots? Well, Master Biggers had a big plantation and a big mansion four miles southeast of Chester. He buy my mammy and her chillun in front of de court house door in Chester, at de sale of de Clifton Estate. Marster Biggers was a widower then and went down and courted de widow Gibson, who had a plantation and fifty slaves 'tween Kershaw and Camden. Marster had one child, a boy, by my mistress, Miss Sallie. They call him Black George. Him live long enough to marry a angel, Miss Kate McCrorey. They had four chillun, Dere got to be ninety slaves on de place befo' war come on. "Yes sir, us had a bold, drivin', pushin', marster but not a hardhearted one. I sorry when military come and arrest him. It was dis a way, him try to carry on wid free labor, 'bout lak him did in slavery. Chester was in military district no. 2. De whole state was under dat military government.