Hazelwood Plantation was built around 1860 by Olin Lumpkin.  It is nearby other Lumpkin Plantations, including Morro and Athenia.

It was a two story home, with several bedrooms, two parlors, dining room, kitchen and two porches.  The house is long destroyed, but the two cedar trees which were just in front of the home can still be seen.

The architectural drawing is by the late Hugh H. Rather, Jr., who was a local historian and architect, and his family still retains the copyright.

Thanks to Bobby Mitchell for accompanying me on this trip, and Barry Thomas for granting access to the site.

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