The Hairston Plantations were located in five principal areas as follows:
The general area around Martinsville, Henry County, Virginia:
1. Marrowbone Plantation
2. Beaver Creek Plantation
3. Hordsville Plantation
4. Red Plains Plantation
5. Chatmoss Plantation
6. Leatherwood Plantation. Jo Jamerson, Manager.
7. Burnt Chimneys Plantation
8. Magna Vista Plantation
9. Camp Branch Plantation. Johnston Giles, Manager.
10. Horse Pasture Plantation
11. Shawnee Plantation
12. Poverty Plains Plantation
13. Old Home Plantation
14. Column Hill Plantation
15. Locust Grove Plantation
Pittsylvania County, Virginia:
16. Berry Hill Plantation
17. Oak Hill Plantation
18. Royal Oak Plantation
19. Cobb Town Plantation
20. Windsor Plantation
21. Michaux Plantation
Patrick County, Virginia:
22. Old Fort Plantation
Franklin County, Virginia:
23. Long Branch Plantation
The general area around Walnut Cove, Stokes County, North Carolina generally known as Sauratown which consisted of 10,000 acres:
24. Old Town Plantation, had reference to the Saura Indian Village shown on old maps as “The Upper Saura Town.”
25. Hamburg (or Home House) Plantation, northwest of the present house, on the west side of the Dan River.
26. Town Fork Plantation. Town Fork is a stream running into the Dan River below Saura Town. The reference here is to the part of the Saura Town Plantation lying south of the stream. Mr. Austin, Manager.
27. Shoe Buckle Plantation
28. Muddy Creek Plantation, below Town Fork in Stokes County. Claiborne Mills, Manager.
29. Southern Place Plantation. Southern Place was added to Saura Town by purchase. It was south of Town Fork.
30. Buzzards Roost Plantation, on the east side of the Dan River, north of Shoe Buckle.
31. Home Place Plantation
32. Browns Place Plantation. Brown’s place was part of Saura Town.
33. Daltons Place Plantation
34. The Riddles Plantation
35. Bostic Place Plantation
36. Sheltons Place Plantation
Forsyth County, North Carolina:
37. Belews Creek Plantation, the northeast corner of Forsyth County. Also sometimes Blue’s Creek.
Rowan County, North Carolina:
38. St. Johns Plantation, was bought by Peter W. Hairston in 1857.
The general area around Cooleemee, Fulton County, North Carolina:
39. Cooleemee Plantation. Francis Nelson, Manager.
40. Cooleemee #2 Plantaton. Mr. Orrender, Manager.
41. Cooleemee Hill Plantation
42. South Yadkin Plantation. John Giles, Manager.
43. Riverdale Plantation, was land in Davidson County just downstream from the Cooleemee Plantation. It was bought in 1852.
44. The Shoals Plantation, acquired in 1859 and was located approximately where Cooleemee Town now is, 12 miles southwest of the Cooleemee Plantation.
45. The Fork Plantation, was a small village near the west end of Cooleemee in Davie County.
The general area around Lowndes County, Mississippi:
46. Old Fort Plantation
47. Crawford Plantation
48. Columbus Plantation
49. Pepper Place Plantation
Marshall County, Mississippi:
50. Bend Plantation
Yalo County, Mississippi:
51. Blackflat Plantation
52. Chocktaw Springs Plantation
53. Moores Bluff Plantation
54. Nashville Place Plantation