Woodstock Plantation Shirley Hampton County
- Location Shirley, Hampton County
- Origin of name
- Other names Homestead
- Current status Privately owned
- 1737 Earliest known date of existence
Part of a 75,000-acre tract granted to Anthony Matthewes by King George II
- ? Edward Martin acquired the land by marriage to Mary Ann Maner.
- 1823 House built for Edmund Martin
- 1890 The interior was remodeled.
- Comments Edmund Martin's son was owner of Woodstock at the time of Sherman's March. Sherman sent a message to Edmund Martin that the home had been spared at the direction of his friend, whom he had met many times when summering at Saratoga Springs, New York.
- 1921 The Marshall family, direct descendants of Edmund Martin, became owners of Woodstock.
- 2008 The Marshalls still owned the plantation.
- Number of acres 3,500
- Primary crop ?
- Chronological list Anthony Matthewes (1737-?), Edward Martin, Edmund Martin , Marshall (1921-?)
- Number of slaves ?
- Initial references: See #1 (30-15-182), 18, 62