Much of the information on this page was contributed by Steve Sefick.
- Location Pickens County
Two miles from Pendleton across 18 Mile Creek.
- Origin of name ?
- Other names ?
- Current status ?
- 1822-1823 Earliest known date of existence
- 1890 House built (Rumor is that is was a log cabin)
- 1900 Current house was built by Jesse Payne Lewis
Col. Jessse Cornelius Stribling added/rebuilt the house after a fire swept the farm, So the back half of the house is Stribling built.
- Number of acres Presently 44 acres but at one time, it was 500 acres
- Primary crop ?
- Alphabetical list David Cherry (1823), Jesse Payne Lewis (1837), Susan Lewis, Jesse Cornelius Stribling, Virginia Hunter Stribling (1887)
- Number of slaves ?
- 1900 The barn was built by Jesse Cornelius Stribling. The Barn is now on the National Register Properties of South Carolina
More about Pickens County
- Learn more about historic Pickens County, including the lovely town of Clemson as well as the county seat Pickens. We have helpful guides to Clemson history and Pickens libraries and museums – plus Clemson restaurants, Clemson hotels, and Clemson real estate.