Tuesday, September 23, 2014

1820 - Kindred Braswell Jr Deceased


State of Georgia}  Know all men by these presents that
Emanuel County}  I Kindred Braswell of the State and County aforesaid for and in consideration of the natural love good will and affection which I have for Elizabeth Braswell daughter of Kindred Braswell Junr. deceased I do hereby give grant and Convey and have by these presents given granted and Conveyed unto the said Elizabeth Braswell the following property to wit. Two Cows & their Yearlings one cow and her calf & a dry cow and two year olds which Said cattle or property and their Increase I do warrant to the Said Elizabeth Braswell against myself and all & every other person or persons claiming or to claim the Same by virtue of these presents In testimony where of I have hereunto set my hand and seal this fifth day of October Eighteen hundred and Twenty
Geneper Hall Junr                                           Kindred (his mark) Braswell
John Love --
Recorded the 10th December 1827

(Emanuel County, Georgia Wills and bonds 1815-1868 Vol A Pg 13)

Contributed by Kay Braswell Dawson

NOTE: So who is the Kindred Braswell in Thomas County, Georgia?

Saturday, August 23, 2014

1859 - Gideon Yelverton & Nancy Braswell POA


State of Georgia}  Know all men by
Schley County}  these presents that we Gideon Yelverton & his wife Nancy Yelverton of the County & State aforesaid - Heirs at Law of Richard Braswell decd late of Robeson County North Carolina and Heirs at Law of Margaret Braswell Decd. of said County of Robeson in said State of North Carolina, - also Heirs at Law of Henry Braswell, Decd. late of Marion District, South Carolina, have Nominated Constituted Appointed & do by these presents Nominate, constitute & appoint James Braswell of the County of Butler & State of Alabama, our true & lawful Attorney in Fact, for as & in our Name to demand, Sue  for, recover & ------- all money, property or effects of any Kind & descreption which we are Entitled to in the said County of Robeson in the State of North Carolina, or in the District of Marion as aforesaid, in the State of South Carolina, or elsewhere as heirs at Law, next of Kin or distributees of Richard Braswell Decd. late of Robeson Co. N.C, and of Margaret Braswell of the same place, and of Henry Braswell Decd, late of the State of South Carolina, Marion District, and we hereby authorize & empower our said Attorney to Execute & deliver all Instruments & ------ whatsoever, whether with in -------- Seal, which may be necessary for the purposes aforesaid - to institute & prosecute to the final Judgement & Execution, all process in law or Equity to submit any & all matters in dispute, or the same to settle & compromise as shall seem best for our interest at his discretion - to appoint one or More Substitutes under him & the same to revoke at his Pleasure, & generally to do & perform all such acts, Matters & things as our said attorney shall deem Necessary & Expedient, as we might or Could do if we were present & acting in person, Hereby satisfying & Confirming all Singular the acts of our said attorney or his substitute Deem (?) by virtue & in persuance (?) of these presents - In testimony whereof, we have herewith Set our hands & seals, this the twenty fifth day of October AD 1859.
Signed sealed & delivered}  Gideon Yelverton  {LS}
in presence of} Nancy her mark Yelverton  {LS}
--------------- (?)
Edmond H Worrill ISCCC (?)

(North Carolina, Estate Files, 1663-1979 Robeson County B Braswell, Richard (1857)


Wednesday, July 23, 2014

1805 - Charity (Braswell) Hedgepeth's Will


In the name of God Amen I Charity Hedgepeth of the County of Robeson and State of North Carolina being sick of body but of perfect mind and memory do make and ordain this my last will and Testament in manner and form following First I give and bequeath to my Daughter Charity Hedgepeth one Bed and furniture two cows and calves one pot one mar and negro wench Pink two boys Abraham and Cary Second I give and bequeath to my Grand Son James Ard one cow and calf two negros Boys Frank and Rubin one Bed my will and desire is that if my gran son Thomas (?) Ard should Dy without an Ear that my Daughter Charity Should have the aforesaid two negros I do hereby appoint my friend Lamuel Thompson and Rober Pitman Executors to this my last will and Testament in witness whereof I hereunto set my hand and seal this 8 day of June 1805 Signed Sealed published and declared in the presence of

E Ellis}    Charity her mark Hedgepeth
Lucresey her mark Pitman}

 (Robeson Co., NC WB 1 1787-1847 Pg 94)

NOTE: Compare with the 1815 Nash Co., NC will of Charity & Lucretia's father, Jacob Braswell Sr.

Friday, June 27, 2014

1787 - Nathan Brassell to Joakim Hudson


THIS INDENTURE WITNESSETH I Nathan Braswell of Richmon County and State of North Caroliina for and in Consideration of the Sum of Sixteen Pound Lawfull Money of Said State to Me in hand paid by Joakim Hudson of the County of Anson and State aforesaid at and before the Sealing and Delivering these presents the Receipt and payment Whereof I Hereby Acknowledge that I the Said Nathan BraswellBargained Sold and Delivered and by these presents Do Bargain Sell and Deliver unto the Said Joakim Hudson a tract or parcil of Land Lying and being in the County and State aforesaid on the So. West Side of Pee Dee river on Pelhams fork a Begining at a hickory & Runs No. 30 Chains & 25 Links to a poast oak then East 33 Chains & 25 Links Crossing said Creek to a pine then So. 30 Chains & 25 Links to a post oak then Wst. 33 Chains & 25 links Crossing Said Creek to the Begining it Being all that was Granted to the Said Nathan Braswell for one Hundred Acres of Land Dated the fourteenth of October one thousand Seven Hundred & Eighty Three as by Record May appear Which sd. Land I the Said Nathan Braswell Do warrant and forever Defend the sd. Land unto the sd. Joakim Hudson his heirs and assigns for Ever and all appurtenances I the Said Nathan Braswell Do Sell assign & Set over & Defend unto the Said Joakim Hudson his heirs and asigns with the Improvements & Heriditaments thereunto belonging Unto the said Joakim Hudson or his heirs Executors Administrators or Assigns against all Claim or or (?) Claims of any person or persons whatsoever pretending to Lay Any Claim or title thereunto & I the Said Nathan Braswell will forever Defend the Said Land & premises With the appurtenances there unto Belonging According to the Right of Said Grant unto the sd. Joakim Hudson his heirs Executors Administrators & assigns in Manner & form as aforesaid Before Discribed in Witness Whereof I have Hereunto Set my hand & Seal in the year of Our Lord One thousand Seven Hundred & Eighty Seven in the Eleventh year of our Independence October first Day
SIGNED SEALED & DELIVERED                                       Nathan his X mark Braswell (Seal)
In presents of us                                                           Anson County Jany Oct. 1788 Then this Deed
Thomas Lacy                                                               proved in open Court by Thos. Lacy and ordred
Stephen Lacy                                                               to be Registered
                                                                                                           Test Michl Auld C.C.
Regd. April ye 16th 1788
by Nathan Morris P R

(Anson Co., NC B2-37)

NOTE:  Nathan Brassell is of the I-M253 Haplogroup at FTDNA.

1785 - Benjamin Brassell to Britton Brassell


THIS INDENTURE Made this Witnesseth that I Benjamin Brassell of Anson County and State of No. Carolina for and in consideration of the sum of the sum (?) of Twenty five pounds to me in hand paid by Britain Brassell of the County and State afsd at and before the sealing and delivery of these presents the receipt and payment whereof is hereby acknowledged and I the said Benjm. Brassell have bargained & sold and delivery and by these presents doth bargain and deliver unto Britain Brassell all that plantation tract or parcel of land lying in Anson County on the West side of Pee Dee River on Pelhams forks Beginning at a post oak in Nathaniel Bivens line and runs with said Bivens line No. 80 chains crossing said fork to a red then So. 45 W. 19 chs. to a post oak then So. 37 chains to a red then No. 85 Wt. 60 chs. to Nathan Brassell corner post oak then with said Brassells line then Wt. 23 chains crossing of said creek to a stake in said Brassells line then No. 30 chs. to the Beginning one hundred acres of land as by the patent & plan granted to Benjm. Brassell the 14th day of October 1783 which I the said B Brassell do forever sell make over unto the said Britain Brassell his heirs and assigns and I the said the said Benjamin Brassell against all kinds of claims of any person or persons whatsoever pretending to lay claim thereunto and I the said Benjamin Braswell will warrant and forever defend the said land with the appurtenances thereunto belonging according to the rights of said patent & grant unto the said Britain Brassell his heirs Exctrs. Admrs. or assigns in manner and form afsaid. In Witness Whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the 20th day of August in the 10th year of our Independence and in the year of our Lord 1785. Signed Sealed and delivered in presence of us
W. Benton                       Benjamin Brassell (SEAL)
W. Beaven
Anson County 1778 (this has to be a typo)
Then this deed was duly proved in open Court by W. Benton and ordered to be registered.
                                                                        Michl. Auld  Clk.

(Anson Co., NC H-59)

NOTE:  Benjamin & Britton Brassell are of the I-M253 Haplogroup at FTDNA.

1787 - Britton Brassell to Joakim Hudson


THIS INDENTURE Witnesseth that I Britain Braswell of Anson County and State of North Carolina for and Consideration of the sum of thirty Pounds Lawfull Money and sd. State to me in hand paid by Joakin Hudson of the County and State aforesaid at and before the Sealing and Delivering these presents the Receipt and payment whereof I hereby Acknowledge that I the sd. Britain Braswell Bargained Sold and Delivered and by these Presents Do Bargain Sell and Deliver unto the sd. Joakim Hudson a tract or parcel of Land Lying and being in county of Anson and State aforesaid Containing one hundred Acres of Land Granted to Benjamin Braswell the fourteenth Day of October 1783 and from him Conveyed to Britain Braswell 1785 Lying and being in the County of Anson On the So. Wst. Side of Pee Dee River on pelhams Fork Begining at a post oak in Nathaniel Bybys (?) line and Runs with the said Bybys line No. 80 Wst. 15 Chains Crossing of sd. fork to a Red Oak the so. 45 Wst. 19 Chains to a post oak then So. 27 Chains to a Red Oak the No. 85 Est. 6 Chains to Nathan Braswell Corner post Oak then with the Said Braswells line Est. 6 Chains to Nathan Braswell Corner post Oak then with the Said Braswells line Est. 23 Chains Crossing of sd. Creek to a stake in Said Braswells line then No. 37 Chains to the Begining Containing One hundred acres of Land Which Said Land I the Said Britain Braswell Do warrant and forever Defend the said Land unto the said Joakim Hudson his Heirs and assigns forever all the Appurtenances thereunto belonging I the Britain Braswell Do forever Sell and assign and Set over and Defend unto the Said Joakim Hudson his heirs and assigns with the Improvements and Hereditaments thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining unto the sd. Joakim Hudson his heirs Executors administrators and assigns against any kind of Claim or Claims od Any person or persons whatsoever pertaining to Lay any claim thereunto and I the sd. Britain Braswell will forever Defend the sd. Land with the appurtenances thereunto belonging according to Said unto the sd. Joakim Hudson his heirs Executors administrators or assigns forever In manner and as aforesd. in WITNESS whereof I have hereunto Set my hand And affixed my Seal the 11th Day of august in the 11th year of our Independence and in the year of Our Lord - - - - - 
SIGNED SEALED & DELIVERED                                                                     Britain Braswell (Seal)
IN PRESENTS OF US                                                                                     Anson County Jany 1788 then this Deed
THOMAS LACY                                                                                               was in open Court proved by the oath
WILLIAM BENTON                                                                                          of thomas Lacy & ordered to be Registered
STEPHEN LACY                                                                                             Test Michl Auld C C

(Anson Co., NC B2-35)

NOTE:  Britton, Benjamin & Nathan Braswell are of the I-M253 Haplogroup at FTDNA.


Saturday, May 25, 2013

1793 -1794 Valentine & Rachel Braswell


1793 - June 3, Deposition: Edward Couch said that he was present
when Rachel Brazel & her son John McKenney had a conversation respecting a negro boy named Prince, who was the property of Valentine Brazel, husband of said Rachel Brazel. That said Rachel told the desponent that she was unwilling Valentine Brazel should ever have the boy & since her son had no money she would lend him a dollar which might be returned to be imprescences of the deponent as evidence of a contract..that the deponant is well convinced from the conversation that she intended to defraud her husband who was absent in Georgia of his right to said boy as she was provided with other property of less value which might have been sold in case of distress but to his knowledge said Valentine Brazel had furnished her with such necessities... S/ Edward Couch. Sworn by oath 3 Jun 1793 before Joseph Hightower, J.P. Rcd. 3 jun 1794. (Pp. 456-457)

1794 - November 8, Bill of Sale John Varnell, Planter of Edgefield Co., SC to John McKinney for 36 pounds, sold one negro boy named Prince S/John Varnell. Wit: Samuel Messner, Robert Willis, Jacob Odom who swore by oath 10 Nov 1794 before Joseph Hightower J.P. Rec 21 Feb 1795

A case of fraud?  See Rachel's petition for divorce in Hancock County, Georgia and compare these records.

1804 - Rachel Braswell vs Valentine Braswell


Georgia}
Hancock County} To the honorable, the Superior Court

The petition of Rachael Braziel humbly showeth That your petitioner Intermarried with one Valentine Braziel that at the time of her intermarriage she had been a widow for several years & had seven Children by her first husband Benjamin McKinney & had and was posessed of considerable property the Estate of the said Benjamin dec'd and also of A negroe fellow by the Name of Prince the property of her Eldest Son John McKinney that the said Valentine after their Intermarriage lived with her in South Carolina about two years and then brought her to this State where She lived about Twelve months after which he compelled your petitioner to return to South Carolina he remaining in Georgia, that in the fall after her return to South Carolina her said Husband returned, Remained for a short time after which he left her & returned to Georgia and carried with him all her property and left her totally destitute of all sustenance and being old & unable to Labour to advantage she Your petitioner would have felt the cruelty of poverty had not the tenderness of her Elder children supported her with their Labour that her said husband remained about nine years in Georgia, That Your petitioner being greatly distressed for the want of the common necessaries of life left South Carolina with her Children and came into Georgia sometime in the month of Last February. That Your Well hoped that Your petitioner said husband would have furnished her with a House and Home & Ordinary provisions but your petitioner states that her said husband being totally destitute of that Tenderness & Regard due from a Husband to a wife has totally and cruelly neglected her in such a manner that had it not been for the Charity of Mr. Henry Rodgers and her two Eldest sons John & Joseph McKinney, she must Under her complicated sufferings have departed this life long since, and your petitioner further States that her said Husband has moved over upon the late ceded lands and totally Neglects her as his wife and utterly Refuses to Return to her any part of the property he took from her and her Orphan Children by her former husband but Retains the Same, and leaving your petitioner to be supported who is near sixty years of age by her children from all which premises your petioner prays that she may be divorced from her said husband in terms the act of the General assembly in such cases lately made and provided. Wherefore Your petitioner prays process assur your requiring the said Valentine Braziel personally or by his Attorney to be and appear before His honor the Judge of the Superior Court at a Court to be held in and for the County of Hancock on the third Monday in February next then and there to Answer your petitioner in an action for a divorce H. 
J Griffin ptts atty
23 Aug.t 1804

Georgia To the Sheriff of Hancock County Greeting
Rachael Braziel}
           vs}  Case for a Divorce
Volentine Braziel}
The defendant Volentine Braziel, is hereby required personally or by Attorney to be and appear at the Superior Court to be holden in & for the County of Hancock on the third Monday in February next, then and there to answer the plaintiffs demand in an action on the case for a Divorce H: Or in default thereof the Court will proceed as to justice shall assertain
Witness the Honorable Charles
Tait, one of the Judges of said 
Court, this 29th August, 1804. 
Alex Martin Clk.
 
NOTE:  See related post regarding Valentine & Rachel in Edgefield County South Carolina.
 
Contributed by Kay Braswell Dawson
 
 

1806 - Jacob Braswell to William Wortham


Georgia}
Clark County}  Know all men by these presents that I Jacob Braswell of the aforsaid County & State hath Constituted & appointed & by these presence do Constitute Ordain & appoint William Wortham my true & lawful attorney in fact to warrant (?) for me being (?) herein after mentioned that is to say that I have bargained & Sold to him the said William Wortham one tract of Land Containing fifty two acres as --------- & --------- --- --- ----- ---- date with this ------ which said ------ of Land is included within the lines of a survey claimed by Isaac Suttles originally granted to Elijah Clark Sen decd which said Survey subjects the part which I have Sold to the Said William Wortham to dispute & in the event of the Said disputs terminating in form of the Said Sully to the said William Wortham Should ----- the Land there & that case I do hereby authorise & impower the aforsaid William Wortham me & in my name or in his own name as my atorney in fact for & ------ of one henry Brown of Hancock County in the aforsaid State the value or price of the aforsaid tract of land he being the person from where I purchased the same or other wise to come from ----- & settle the same as well be ---- agreeable to himself in his behalf & also to appropriate the Same -- Recovered or otherwise obtained to his own use in dis charge of his recourse upon me hereby ratifiing  & confirming all the acts which was said atorney Shall or any lawfully do touching the premices aforsaid releasing all ----- & -------- of ------ whatsoever in testimony whereof I have here unto set my hand affixed my Seal this twenty ninth day of October 1806 I am not eventually to be released only in case of the value of the land being discharged by Herry Brown
Signed Sealed & delivered 
In presents of us}   Jacob Braswell {Seal}
PWilliamson}
James Beasley}
Georgia}
Clark County} Personly appeared Peter Williamson
and made oath that he was a Subscribing
Witness to the power of atorney & that James Beasley
Subscribe his name to the names as a witness
Sworn to & Subscribed
before me this 18 of March 1807
B. Brown Clk  Be: 4th June 1807
(Clark county Georgia Deed Book C Page 419)

1803 - Samuel Braswell to Freemans Creek Baptist Church


State of Georgia} This Indenture made this 17th day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and three, between Samuel Braswell of the Clark County} County of clark and State of Georgia of the one part and the Deacons of the Baptist church at Freemans creek of the other part, Witnesseth that the said Samuel Braswell for and in consideration of ten dollars in hand paid by the said Deacons to the Sd Braswell the receipt the said Braswell hath hereby acknowledged hath granted bargained Sold and corpi----d to the Said Deacons and their Successors in office all that tract of Land containing two acres more or less Beginning at a pine thence N65 to 5.C. to a red oak thence N 25 E $ C to a Stake thence S 65 E 5 6 to a spanish oak thence S 25 to 4 - to the beginning it being part of a  tract of Land Granted to Holman Freeman on the Sixth day of January Eighty six together with all and Singular the rights and appertanances thereof to all the iss---- & profits thereof whatsoever to said tract of Land and principles as aforesd unto the Said Deacons & their Successors in office forever to them and their only use & profit & benefit & the aforesd Braswell & his heirs Exrs. Adm - and assigns the aforsd tract of Land unto the sd Deacons & their Successors in office forever against the lawful claims of Every person, will warrant and forever defend the bargained and hereby sold Land in witness whereof the Said Samuel Braswell hath hereunto Set his hand and Seal the day & year first above written
Signed Sealed and delivered}  SB. the Said Braswell
in presents of us}  doth bind himself his
Daniel Bankston} heirs Exrs Adm & assigns
Edmond Brantly}  to give free liberty and
accord to his Spring without any obstruction whatever
Georgia Clark}    Saml Braswell Seal
Personally came Daniel Bankston & after being duly sworn sayeth that he seed  Samuel
Braswell acknowledge the within Deed for the purpose therein mentioned Likewise Edmond --- (rest of deed cut off)
 
(Clark County Deed Book  B Pages 286-287) 

Contibuted by Kay Braswell Dawson

1799 - John Fielder & Alex Awtry to Samuel Braswell

 
Georgia} The Indenture made this twenty ninth day of august in the year of our Lord one thousand Seven hundred and ninty nine and of the Independance of America the the twenty fourth between John Fielder & Alexander Awtry of the county of Jackson and State aforesaid of the one part and Samuel Braswell of the County and State aforesaid of the other part witnesseth that the said above named John Fielder and Alexander Awtry for and in consideration of of (?) the sum of three hundred dollars to him in hand by the Said Samuel Braswell at and before the Sealing & delivering of these presents the receipt is hereby acknowledged hath granted bargained Sold Released & confirmed and by these presents did Grant Bargain Sell release and confirm unto the said Samuel Braswell his Heirs and assigns all that Tract or parcel of Land Containing one hundred Acres be the same more or Less Situate Lying and being in the County of Jackson & state aforesaid beginning and Bounding on a RO+S558hIch to B0.+N.35.E35ch to Stake N65W36ch.R0.t.N.28ch to the beginning Corner R.O+o5 the above plat Reprising on said Deed (?) surveyed the Sixth day July for Holeman Freeman and granted to said Holeman Freeman by his ExcellencyEdward Telfor Esq. governor & Commander in and over said State the 24th day May 1786 and Deeded to Said John Fielder & Alexander Awtry by Holeman Freeman together with all and Singular the rights ---bers and appen-nancy thereof and the Remainders Reversions Rents ---- and profits thereof whatsoever to Said Tract of Land being belonging or in any wise appurtaining to have and to hold the said Tract of land and premises as aforesaid unto the said Samuel Braswell his heirs & assigns forever to his & their only proper use and behoof and benefit and the aforesd Fielder and Awtry and for their selves their heirs and assigns the aforesd Tract of Land And premises as aforesaid unto the said Samuel Braswell his heirs and assigns forever against said Fielder & Awtry their heirs and assigns and against all and Every othe rperson or persons whatsoever Shall and will warrant and defend firmly by these presents In witness hereof the said John Fielder and Alexander Awtry hath hereunto set their hands & affixed their Seals this day and date first above written ~
Signed Sealed & delivered in the}   John Fielder {Seal}
presence of us}  Alex Awtry {Seal}
Test John Ray}
Simon Awtry}
This 31st of Dec 1803. Personally appeared before me John Ray & Simon Awtry both Subscribing witnesses & made oath they see John Fielder & Alexander Awtry Signd & deliver this within deed to Samuel Braswell & that they see each other sign as Subscribing witnesses to the same ~ Sworn to this 11th day of Sept A.D. 1799} Henry Trent J.P.
 
(Clark County Georgia Deed Book A Pages 115-117)
 
Contributed by Kay Braswell Dawson

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

1812 - Benjamin Braswell to William Leggett


This Indenture made this 15 day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and Twelve Between Benjamin Braswell of the County of Clark and State of Georgia of the one part & William Leget of the County and State aforesd of the other part Witnesseth that for and in Consideration of the sum of one hundred dollars to him in hand paid by the sd. Leget to the sd. Braswell the payment whereof the sd Braswelldoth hereby acknowledge hath granted bargained sold by these presents Doth grant bargain Sell and Confirm unto sd. Leget and to his heirs forever one Certain tract or parcel of Land Containing forty five acres more or less being part of a tract of land ---------dred and fifty acres granted to Micajah Williamson the twentieth day of July one thousand seven hundred and Eighty seven and Conveyed by sd. Williamson to William Hopkins seller (?) the is (?) one thousand Seven hundred and eighty seven and by sdWilliam Hopkins to William Dunman may the 15 one thousand eight hundred and by sd William Dunman to Daniel Cooper January the 07 one thousand eight hundred and one and by sd. Cooper to to Goodwyn the 27 January one thousand eight hundred and one and by P. Goodwyn to Braswell 18 January one thousand eight hundred & two lying and being when granted in the County of Franklin now the County of Clark in the reserve fork on the waters of Oconee river on a branch of Greenbriar Creek Beginning at a gum Corner runing South 32 W to a branch thence up sd. branch to the uper line, the Spring now made use of accepted with passway to it thence N 42 E to a pine Corner thence South 82 E to the begining together with all the appertanences thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining to have and to hold and to occupy and to enjoy forever without any hindrance that may be lawfull or interruption of me my heirs or any other person or persons and sd. Braswell doth Covenant and agree with sd Leget and his heirs that he the said Braswell his heirs executors administrators and assigns and so forth Jointly and Severally will warrant and forever defend the Bargained and Sold land and premises unto the said Leget and to his heirs and assigns forever against the lawful lawful Claim or Claims of all & every other person or persons whatsoever As Witness my hand the day and year above written ~
Signed Sealed and delivered}
in presants of}
John Slogner}    Benjamin Braswell
Benjamin Leggett}
State of Georgia}   Personable (?) came before
Clark County}   me B Leggett and after
being Sworn saith that he was a subscribing
Witness to the within deed and that he saw John
Slogner subscribe to the same ~
Sworn to before me}   B. Leggett
this 10th day of May 1813}
John Williams J.P.}
Recorded the 10th day of June 1813

(Clark County Georgia Deed Book G Page 256)

Contributed by Kay Braswell Dawson