Fair View Plantation Fairfield County
Special thanks to Jenifer Barnes from bringing Fair View to our attention and contributing much of the information on this page.
- Location near Jenkinsville, Fairfield County
West side of SC 215, approximately 3 miles south of Jenkinsville
- Origin of name ?
- Other names ?
- Current status As of 2010, the house is unoccupied.
- ? Earliest known date of existence
Probably part of a 1773 land grant to William Thompson by King George III. Thompson also developed nearby High Point Plantation.
- 1800 House built by William Thompson for his daughter.
- 1830 Dr. John Milton Glenn became owner (Historic sites of Fairfield County).
- 1999 Mrs. L. K. Martin was the owner of Fair View (Historic sites of Fairfield County).
- Number of acres ?
- Primary crop ?
Jenifer Barnes shares, "The plantation was known for its elaborate gardens and many slaves."
- Chronological list William Thompson, Dr. John Milton Glenn (1830-?), Mrs. L. K. Martin
- Number of slaves ?
- Historic sites of Fairfield County: Click here - Fair View Plantation numbered 86
- Map of Western Fairfield County: Click here - Fair View Plantation numbered 86