High Point Plantation - Fairfield County South Carolina SC

High Point Plantation – Fairfield County

Special thanks to Jenifer Barnes from bringing High Point to our attention and contributing much of the information on this page.

Basic Information


  • 1773 – Earliest known date of existence

    William Thompson was granted the property by King George III (Historic sites of Fairfield County).

  • 1800 – House built by William Thompson (National Register)

  • 1842 – William Thompson died leaving High Point to his daughter and her husband Hargrave A. and Margaret Jane Glenn (National Register).

    High Point would remain in the family until the 1980s when it was then sold.



  • Chronological list – William Thompson (1773-1842), Hargrave A. and Margaret Jane Glenn (1842-?), David G. Jetter



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