Jane Turner Place – Winnsboro, South Carolina
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The rural Lebanon area of Winnsboro is the backdrop for this historic farmhouse. The property, which sits near the Old Lebanon Church ruins, is known throughout the community as the Jane Turner Place. Though not a lot is known about the history of the home, it was first owned by J.B. Turner and built sometime before the Civil War. Following the war, Turner left the house and surrounding property to his grandson, Yongue Turner. The home became associated with Yongue’s wife, Jane, because she operated a school called the Jane Turner School on the same property. The home is also sometimes called the Sarah Belle Turner Place for a later Turner occupant. It remains in the Turner family today.
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Address: Newberry Road, Winnsboro, SC 29180
GPS Coordinates: 34.418668,-81.169394
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