Pyne Plantation - Colleton County South Carolina SC

Pyne Plantation – – Colleton County

Basic Information

  • Location – St. Bartholomew Parish, Colleton County

  • Origin of name – ?

  • Other names – ?

  • Current status – Duharra Plantation became part of Pyne Plantation.


  • ? – Earliest known date of existence

  • ? – House built


  • Number of acres – 3,450

  • Primary crop – Rice


  • Alphabetical list – Irvine Keith Heyward, Nathaniel Heyward, William Henry and Esther Barnwell Heyward, Caesar Pencil, John Pyne (1811), Arthur B. Rose (1868), Philip Schley


  • Number of slaves – 168


  • The plantation contained thirty houses for laborers, stable, corn house, cotton house, blacksmith house, and a gin house with a ten-horse-power steam engine. There was also a six-room dwelling.

Web Resources

Print Resources

  • Suzanne Cameron Linder, Historical Atlas of the Rice Plantations of the ACE River Basin – 1860 (Columbia: South Carolina Department of Archives and History, 1995), pp. 485-488.

Contact Information

  • Telephone: ?

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