Oak Grove Plantation - Newberry County South Carolina SC

Oak Grove Plantation – Newberry County

Special thanks to J.R. Fennell, Director of the Lexington County Museum, for contributing the information on this page.

Basic Information

  • Location – Newberry County

    Intersection of US 176 and SC 34

  • Origin of name – ?

  • Other names – ?

  • Current status – ?


  • ? – Earliest known date of existence

  • Circa 1859 – House built

  • Early 1800s – Thomas Wadlington was owner

  • 1970 – The house burned


  • Number of acres – 710 under Wadlington

  • Primary crop – Cotton


  • Alphabetical list – Thomas Wadlington


  • Number of slaves – ?


  • The plantation's pigeonnaire (structure used to house pigeons or doves) is now at the Lexington County Museum.

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