Brookland Plantation - Stateburg Sumter County South Carolina SC

Brookland Plantation – Stateburg – Sumter County

Basic Information


  • 1793 – Earliest known date of existence

  • 1804 – House built by Judge William Dobein James

  • 1870 – Brookland was used as a rectory for the Reverend Thomas N. Lucas, rector of the Church of the Holy Cross. During this time the home served as a school for boys.


  • Number of acres – ?

  • Primary crop – ?


  • Alphabetical list – Anderson, John Bradley (1836), Judge William Dobein James (1804), Sarah James, Sumter


  • Number of slaves – ?


References & Resources

  1. Cassie Nicholes, Historical Sketches of Sumter County Volume II (Sumter, SC: Sumter County Historical Commission 1981)

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