Sycamore Plantation - Allendale County South Carolina SC

Sycamore Plantation – – Allendale County

Much of the information on this page was contributed by Michael Dyches.

Basic Information

  • Location – Allendale County

    Two miles south of the present Town of Sycamore; property is situated on both sides of US 321

    The Town of Sycamore takes its name from Sycamore Plantation.

  • Origin of name – ?

  • Other names – Tuten's Pond

  • Current status – Privately owned


  • ? – Earliest known date of existence

  • ? – House built

  • 1865 – The plantation was used by General Sherman on his march to Columbia. He burned the house when he left.


  • Number of acres – 4,000 during Civil War period

  • Primary crop – Cotton


  • Alphabetical list – Captain William Barker (original owner); Connelly (2005); Tuten

    The plantation stayed in the Barker family for seven generations.


  • Number of slaves –


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