Clinkscales Plantation

Submitted byFHMaster onMon, 03/29/2021 - 21:43

Basic Information

  • Location – Along the northern fork of Penney Creek, near Antreville, Abbeville County
  • Plantation was located near modern day SC Highway 28 (1)
  • Origin of name – Owned by Francis B. Clinkscales
  • Other names – ?
  • Current status – ?

Timeline

  • ? – Earliest known date of existence
  • Early to mid 1800s – Francis B. Clinkscales owned the plantation (1, p. 121).
  • ? – House built
  • There is known to have been a house on the plantation during the Francis B. Clinkscales ownership (1, p. 121).
  • 1858 – Francis B. Clinkscales died (1, p. 121).
  • 1930s – The house was lost in a fire (1, p. 121).

Land

  • Number of acres – 10,000 in 1820 (1)
  • Primary crop – ?

Slaves

  • Number of slaves – ?

 

References & Resources

  • Information contributed by J William Rogers, II, descendant of Francis B. Clinkscales - including information from:
  • Abbeville County Historical Society, Abbeville County, Images of America (Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2004)
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