Pascalis Plantation - Aiken County South Carolina SC

Pascalis Plantation – Aiken – Aiken County

Basic Information

  • Location – Aiken, Aiken County

    Located on US 78 about half a mile below Montmorenci

  • Origin of name – ?

  • Other names – Pascalina (1)

  • Current status – ?


  • 1835 – Earliest known date of existence

    Elizabeth Pascalis purchased the plantation which consisted of 790 acres (1).

  • ? – House built

  • 1863 – Elizabeth Pascalis willed the plantation to her granddaughter, Theodosia Wade, and her husband John C. Wade (1).

  • 1865 – Hugh Judson Kilpatrick, a Union general, used the house as headquarters during the Battle of Aiken (1).

  • 1944 – The plantation was sold out of the family (1).

  • 2011 – Jackie Heath was owner of Pascalis Plantation (1).


  • Number of acres – 790 in 1835

  • Primary crop – ?


  • Number of slaves – ?

References & Resources

  1. SC Highway Historical Marker Guide - online database by the SC Department of Archives & History
    Picture of marker

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