Wyoming Plantation - Jonesville Union County South Carolina SC

Wyoming Plantation – Jonesville – Union County

Basic Information

  • Location – Jonesville, Union County

    Original plantation lands were located between Jonesville and today's Spartanburg County line.

  • Origin of name – Named for a poem, Gertrude of Wyoming, written in 1809 by Thomas Campbell.

  • Other names – ?

  • Current status – ?


  • 1815 – Earliest known date of existence

    Nathaniel Gist built a house on the property.

  • 1830 – Gist enlarged the house to twice its size.

  • 1831 – Gist's son, States Rights, was born. He became a Brigadier-General in the Confederate Army.

  • 1984 – The house was partially restored by owner Fred Dodkin. He moved the house half a mile from its original location.


  • Number of acres – ?

  • Primary crop – ?


  • Alphabetical list – Fred Dodkin, Nathaniel Gist


  • Number of slaves – ?


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