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Jacks–Manning Farm

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Built  1840
Opened  1840
Added to NRHP  12 January 1984
NRHP Reference #  84003594
Area  1 ha
Nearest city  Charles Town
Jacks–Manning Farm
Location  Jefferson County, West Virginia, USA
Architectural style  Greek Revival architecture
Similar  Richwood Hall, Cedar Lawn, Rion Hall, White House Farm, Harewood

The Jacks–Manning Farm, also known as the Vinton Farm was built around 1840 for Robert Jacks near Charles Town, West Virginia, in the Greek Revival style. Jacks had married Julia Davenport, a member of a prominent Jefferson County family. Their daughter, Rebecca Jacks, married Thomas J. Manning, and the property has remained in the hands of descendants of the Manning family.

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