twinklewitch:

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destroyed-and-abandoned:

Verdura Plantation; Leon County, Florida skitzokid420:Just some info. Also the source.

Verdura Plantation was a large cotton plantation of 3,500 acres (1,400 ha) in eastern Leon County, Florida, USA established by Benjamin Chaires, Sr.

The Benjamin Chaires who owned Verdura was not Benjamin Chaires Sr., but his nephew, son of Green Hill Chaires.

The Leon County Florida 1860 Agricultural Census shows that Verdura Plantation had the following:[1]

Improved Land: 1,000 acres (400 ha)

Unimproved Land: 11,500 acres (610 ha)

Cash value of plantation: $20,000

Cash value of farm implements/machinery: $650

Cash value of farm animals: $4,235

Number of slaves: 63[2]

Bushels of corn: 2500

Bales of cotton: 160

In 1838, Verdura Plantation had 9,440 acres (3,820 ha) of land.

Here is a sketch of the house.

destroyed-and-abandoned:

Verdura Plantation; Leon County, Florida

skitzokid420:

Just some info. Also the source.

Verdura Plantation was a large cotton plantation of 3,500 acres (1,400 ha) in eastern Leon County, Florida, USA established by Benjamin Chaires, Sr.

The Benjamin Chaires who owned Verdura was not Benjamin Chaires Sr., but his nephew, son of Green Hill Chaires.

The Leon County Florida 1860 Agricultural Census shows that Verdura Plantation had the following:[1]

Improved Land: 1,000 acres (400 ha)

Unimproved Land: 11,500 acres (610 ha)

Cash value of plantation: $20,000

Cash value of farm implements/machinery: $650

Cash value of farm animals: $4,235

Number of slaves: 63[2]

Bushels of corn: 2500

Bales of cotton: 160

In 1838, Verdura Plantation had 9,440 acres (3,820 ha) of land.

Here is a sketch of the house.

dollymacabre:

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