Woodlane Plantation

OVERVIEW

Location: Eufaula, Barbour County, Alabama
Date Constructed/ Founded: 1850’s
Associated Surnames: Raines
Historical Notes: Woodlane Plantation was established as a cotton and tobacco plantation in the 1850’s for John W. Raines. The mansion, completed in 1852, was designed in the Greek Revival architectural style. The home became occupied by Reuben Kolb in the 1880’s.
Associated Pages: none


ASSOCIATED ENSLAVED PERSONS

None noted yet

ASSOCIATED FREE PERSONS

John W. Raines – owner

Kolb family: Reuben Francis Kolb (1839 – 1918) – owner (1880’s); Mary Caledonia “Callie” Cargile Kolb – wife of R.F. Kolb (m. 1860); Reuben F. Kolb Jr. – son of R.F. and M.C.C. Kolb; William H. Kolb – son of R.F. and M.C.C. Kolb; Emily F. Kolb – daughter of R.F. and M.C.C. Kolb


RESEARCH LEADS AND RECORDS

None noted yet


MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION

  • Woodlane Plantation has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places (Reference number 06000183) since March 29, 2006.

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