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Walnut Grove Plantation

US / South Carolina
Listed By: South Carolina Film Commission
Location ID: #027-10001143
Charles and Mary Moore built the manor house where they raised their 10 children in 1765. The family cemetery is on the property and is the resting place of at least 146 people including the Moores; their daughter & Revolutionary heroine “Kate” Barry; other friends and family; Revolutionary War soldiers; and, perhaps, some of the enslaved men and women who worked on the Plantation. . Click here for additional info.

Location Category:

  • AGRICULTURE - [general]
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  • AGRICULTURE - Fields, Pastures, Meadows
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  • CEMETERIES - [general]
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  • CEMETERIES - Rural / Private
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  • GARDENS - [general]
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  • GARDENS - Courtyards / Private
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  • HOUSES - [general]
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  • HOUSES - Period Homes / Historic
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  • HOUSES - Plantations
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  • LANDSCAPES - [general]
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  • LANDSCAPES - Countrysides
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  • LANDSCAPES - Forests / Wilderness
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  • MUSEUMS / EXHIBITS - [general]
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  • MUSEUMS / EXHIBITS - Agricultural
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  • PARKS - [general]
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  • PARKS - Historic Parks
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  • ROADS / HIGHWAYS - [general]
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  • ROADS / HIGHWAYS - Dirt Roads
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  • ROADS / HIGHWAYS - Rural / Country Roads

Architecture Style:

  • 1800s / Civil War
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  • Colonial

Location Address


Roebuck, SC 29376
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Contact Details

South Carolina Film Commission
Columbia, SC
Phone: 803.737.0496
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