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Barrow Hill Plantation

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Location of Barrow Hill Plantation
Location of Barrow Hill Plantation

Barrow Hill Plantation was a large cotton plantation of 3,990 acres (1,610 ha) located in central Leon County, Florida, United States. It was established by John S. Winthrop.

Location

Barrow Hill Plantation had 2 tracts of land. The first tract would cover what is now western sections of E. Tennessee St, eastern parts of Miccosukee Road, and Leon High School. The second tract to the east bordered Joseph John Williams' La Grange Plantation on the west and would cover what is now a part of Chaires Cross, a part of Buck Lake Road, and Interstate 10.

Plantation specifics

The Leon County Florida 1860 Agricultural Census shows that Barrow Hill Plantation had the following:

  • Improved Land: 2,590 acres (1,050 ha)
  • Unimproved Land: 1,400 acres (570 ha)
  • Cash value of plantation: $10,000
  • Cash value of farm implements/machinery: $500
  • Cash value of farm animals: $3000
  • Number of slaves: 71
  • Bushels of corn: 2,200
  • Bales of cotton: 204

Agents on behalf of John Winthrop:

  • R.S.D. Hays
  • T.W. Lawrence

The owner

John S. Winthrop was a native of New Bern, North Carolina. Information shows that in 1860, Winthrop was still a legal minor. Due to the SS Home wreck of 1837, Winthrop was due to receive a large property inheritance originally going to Henrietta Smith, his great-grandmother and mother of the deceased Mrs. Hardy Croom of Goodwood Plantation. John Winthrop, like other planters, would feel the effects of the American Civil War and lose plantation land. Winthrop eventually built a fine home in Tallahassee in 1890.

John Winthrop's home

The below photos(?) are of John S. Winthrop's home at 610 N. Monroe Street in Tallahassee. The home was built in 1890 by John and his wife, Lilia Chouteau Winthrop.

Francis B. Winthrop on horsevack behind Guy L. Winthrop
Francis B. Winthrop on horsevack behind Guy L. Winthrop

It later went to John's son Francis B. Winthrop, who served a term as Mayor of Tallahassee, and wife Gertude Chittenden Withrop who lived there from 1910-1925. Guy Winthrop and wife Ada Belle Winthrop inhabited after.

References

This page was last edited on 8 December 2018, at 20:25
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