- Location – Allendale County
Approximately 15 miles west of Town of Allendale, near where the Lower Three Runs Creek meets the Savannah River
- Origin of name – Named after Scarborough's beloved Belfast, Ireland
- Other names – ?
- Current status – ?
- 1744 – Earliest known date of existence – Scarborough came to America from Belfast, Ireland and secured several small tracts of land from local owners and combined them.
- ? – House built
- Number of acres – 6,000 in 1970
- Primary crop – ?
- Alphabetical list – Gantt (?); Judge and Mrs. H. M. Lightsey (?); Willy Morris (?); Scarborough (1744-?); Stone
- Number of slaves – ?
- House – ?
References & Resources
- Brief history of Belfast Plantation - source no longer available online
- Xania Lawton, Belfast Plantation, Lightsey Home, Withstands Ravages, (Charleston, SC: The News and Courier, 1957)
- 30-14 Plantation File, South Carolina Historical Society
– Online Catalog
- Alexania Easterling Lawton and Minnie Reeves Wilson, Allendale on the Savannah, (Bamberg, SC: Bamberg Herald Printers, 1970)