2014: Conservation easement established via The Nature Conservancy
2010: Restoration of the 2nd slave cabin and rebuilding the rice mill begins
2009: Restoration of the original rice mill begins
2007: Mansfield completes the restoration of the original slave chapel and 1 cabin
2004: Mansfield is purchased back into the Parker family by John R. Parker
1970: Purchased by Wilbur Smith of SC and converted to a bed & breakfast
1930: Sold to Colonel Robert L. Montgomery of PA as a hunting retreat
1912: Plantation sold to Charles W. Tuttle of NY as a vacation home
1850: Mansfield Plantation is one of the largest rice producers in the world
1840: Dr. Francis Parker purchases Mansfield, giving up medicine for rice
1780: Construction begins on plantation as it is today
1718: Original land grant

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