Gregorie Neck Plantation Tullifinny River Jasper County
- Location Tullifinny River, Jasper County
- Origin of name ?
- Other names DeVeaux's Neck, Graeme's Neck
- Current status Privately owned
- 1736 Earliest known date of existence
Grant to Samuel Prioleau
- ? Original house built
- 1787 Owned by Mrs. Ann Graeme (Northern Money Southern Land, p. 143).
- 1865 As Union troops approached, the Gregorie family buried their silver and valuables, then fled to McPhersonville. The plantation house was destroyed by the US Army.
After the war, the Gregories returned to the ruins and were able to reclaim at least some of their valuables. According to the family's descendants, pieces of the once-buried silver are now treasured family heirlooms.
- ? The Garbade family owned the plantation (Northern Money Southern Land, p. 143).
- 1927 Bayard Dominick purchased Gregorie Neck (Northern Money Southern Land, p. 144).
- 1927-1931 During these four years, Dominick purchased neighboring land, including Greenwood Plantation, to bring his total land holding to 3,404 acres in 1931 (Northern Money Southern Land, p. 144).
- 1928 Dominick had a large brick colonial house built in a setting of ancient oak trees, two of which are estimated to be over 700 years old (Northern Money Southern Land, p. 141).
- 1941 Bayard Dominick died leaving Gregorie Neck to his wife Alice who continued to spend the winters at the plantation (Northern Money Southern Land, p. 144).
- 1950 Gregorie Neck was sold to Charles and Katheryn Honeywell (Northern Money Southern Land, p. 144).
- 1953 J. Spencer and Elizabeth Janney purchased the plantation. It would remain in the Janney family for nearly four decades (Northern Money Southern Land, p. 144).
- 1993 Robert S. and Alice Jepson, Jr. of Savannah, Georgia purchased the plantation.
- Number of acres 1,000 in 1787; 2,184 in 1928; 3,404 in 1931
- Primary crop Rice
- Alphabetical list Andre DeVeaux, Alice Hoyt Dominick (1941-1950), Bayard Dominick (1927-1941), Garbade, Graeme (1787-?), Alexander Frasier Gregorie, Charles and Katheryn Honeywell (1950-?), J. Spencer and Elizabeth Janney (1953-?), Alice and Robert S. Jepson, Jr. (1993-current), Samuel Prioleau (1736-?)
- Number of slaves ?
- A large brick colonial house constructed in 1928 stands today.
- 30-15 Plantation File, held by the South Carolina Historical Society
- Claude Henry Neuffer, editor, Names in South Carolina, Volume I through 30 (Columbia, SC: The State Printing Company)
Order Names in South Carolina, Volumes I-XII, 1954-1965
Order Names in South Carolina, Index XIII-XVIII
- N. Jane Iseley and William P. Baldwin, Lowcountry Plantations Today (Greensboro, NC: Legacy Publications 2001)
- Robert B. Cuthbert and Stephen G. Hoffius, editors, Northern Money, Southern Land: The Lowcountry Plantation Sketches of Chlotilde R. Martin (Columbia, SC: The University of South Carolina Press, 2009)