Midway Plantation Wedgefield Sumter County
- Location Wedgefield, St. Mark's Parish, Sumter County
- Origin of name Named so because it was midway between the older place, Woodlawn Plantation, owned by Mr. Orlando Rees, and Oakley Plantation, the home of Mr. William Rees.
- Other names ?
- Current status ?
- ? Earliest known date of existence
- ? House built
Was occupied by J. J. Pringle Smith of Charleston during whose occupancy it was destroyed accidently by fire.
- 1754 Matthew Singleton owned the plantation this year, the year his son John Singleton was born (American Revolution Roster).
- ? Major John Singleton (b. 1754, d. 1820) grew indigo, cotton, and peanuts as well as bred and raced horses on Midway (American Revolution Roster).
- Number of acres ?
- Primary crop Indigo, cotton, and peanuts by John Singleton (American Revolution Roster)
- Alphabetical list Broun, Mayrant, Orlando Rees, Waites W. Rees, William Rees, Matthew Singleton (1754), Major John Singleton, J. J. Pringle Smith
- Number of slaves ?
- Elmer O. Parker, American Revolution Roster, Fort Sullivan (later Fort Moultrie), 1776-1780 (Fort Sullivan Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, 1976)
Order American Revolution Roster, Fort Sullivan (later Fort Moultrie), 1776-1780
- Claude Henry Neuffer, editor, Names in South Carolina, Volume I through 30 (Columbia, SC: The State Printing Company)
Order Names in South Carolina, Volumes I-XII, 1954-1965
Order Names in South Carolina, Index XIII-XVIII
- Cassie Nicholes, Historical Sketches of Sumter County Volume II
(Sumter, SC: Sumter County Historical Commission 1981)
- Thomas Sebastian Sumter, Stateburg and its People (Sumter, SC: Sumter Printing Company, 1949)
Order Stateburg and its People