Horseshoe Plantation - Neyles Colleton County South Carolina SC

Horseshoe Plantation – Neyles – Colleton County

Basic Information

  • Location – Horseshoe Creek (a branch of the Ashepoo River), Neyles, St. Bartholomew's Parish, ACE Basin, Colleton County

    Located off SC 64 on Maybank Lane

  • Origin of name – The plantation was named for its location on Horseshoe Creek

  • Other names – Campbell, Estate Place

  • Current status – ?


  • ? – Earliest known date of existence

  • ? – House built

  • 1869 – Sampson Leith Paul sold Horseshoe to Southern Ashepoo Phosphate Company

  • 1994 – Westvaco Corporation purchased the property


  • Number of acres – 900

  • Primary crop – Rice


  • Alphabetical list – Campbell, Caspary, Fishburne, Frederick Fraser, Glover, Dr. Sampson W. Leith (1828), Rawlins Lowndes (late 1700s), William Lowndes, Sampson Leith and James Lawrence Paul (1858), Sanders, Smoak, Snipes, Verdier, Westvaco Corporation, Williams


  • Number of slaves – 124


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