Samuel Lorick Plantation Lexington County
- Location Saluda River, near Lexington, Lexington County
South side of Corley Mill Road (3)
- Origin of name Named for early owner Samuel Lorick
- Other names ?
- Current status Privately owned
- ? Earliest known date of existence
- 1825 House built (3)
- Circa mid 1800s - late 1800s Samuel T. Lorick owned the plantation (2)
Samuel ran a lumber mill and a ferry across the Saluda River on the plantation (2)
Samuel's father George owned nearby Lorick Plantation. The two plantations sat across the Saluda River from each other.
- 1892 Samuel Lorick died (2)
- 1997-2007 Wilbur Luther Corley owned the plantation (2)
- 2011 Lance and Lenna C Young were owners (2)
- Chronological list Samuel T. Lorick; Wilbur Luther Corley (1997-2007); Lance and Lenna C Young (2011)
- Number of slaves 24 in 1850 (1)
- The plantation house is still standing.
References & Resources
- 1850 Slave Schedule of Lexington County
- Robert Lorick, Samuel Timothy Lorick - includes pictures
- National Register of Historic Places