Crucial clues to part of Dorchester's past are found in these brief references to the Izard house. Archeologists excavated the remains of a house that fit Alexander Wright's description of the property, and they found part of wine bottle embossed with the name "Archibald McNeill," physical proof of James Simpson's testimony that McNeill once lived in the house.
American Loyalist Transcripts. New York Public Library, 1900. Microfilm. Volume 54, p. 572, 582. South Carolina Department of Archives and History, B800123.