Hampton Plantation

Hampton Plantation was a Rice Plantation that was formerly owned by Horry, Pinckney, and Rutledge families

Hampton Plantation was a Rice Plantation that was formerly owned by Horry, Pinckney, and Rutledge families. Despite being owned by the 3 family names, the same family line owned the home during the entirety of its private ownership, only leaving the line when deeded to the State of South Carolina in 1971. Between 1730 and 1750, a six-room farmhouse, the center of what was to become Hampton mansion, was built, if not by Elias Horry, then by his son Daniel, grandson Daniel Jr., or Noe Serre, French Huguenot father of Daniel Jr.’s first wife Judith.

Photo taken at: Hampton Plantation State Historic Site, McClellanville, South Carolina

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