Sunday, June 14, 2009

* Miscellaneous SC Deeds



1771
– May 14, Gift – DAVID (his mark) DUNLAP, yeoman, to his son GEORGE DUNLAP, for love & affection 350 acres on Bullocks Creek in CRAVEN COUNTY., bounding NE on DAVID TERRY; other sides on vacant land. Witnesses: SAMUEL DUNLAP, JOHN DUNLAP, ROBERT BRASIL. Before JAMES SIMPSON, J.P. Recorded 14 June 1771 by HENRY RUGELEY, Register (Book V-3, pp 58-59, from KBD)


1786 – August 31, SAMUEL BOYKIN at Wateree River, SC, planter, and ELIZABETH, his wife, to ISRAEL MATHIS of Swift Creek, state aforesaid, mill wright, for 10 pounds sterling, tract on Swift Creek where the sd ISRAL MATHIS hath lately erected a saw and grist mill, 310 acres adj. land of JACOB BRAZELL, MILLS LILY, ISHAM MOORE, Mrs. ENGLISH, SAMUEL BOYKIN particularly 9 ½ acres at the head of Mrs.ENGLISH’s land for the purpose of extending his mill-dam (plat included) dated 9 August 1786 by Peter Cassity Dep. Surv. SAMUEL BOYKIN (L.S.) ELIZABETH BOYKIN (Mark) (L.S.) Wit: SAML MATHIS, FRANCIS BROWN. Proved 6 October 1786 by oath of SAMUEL MATHIS. Recorded 7 October 1786 (V-5 290-291, South Carolina Deed Abstracts 1783-1788)


1789 – July 14, JOHN BRAZELL of WINTON COUNTY to JAMES JACKSON, for 50 pounds sterling, tract on Upper Three Runs, between Toms branch and Stamp branch, granted to LEWIS WEATHERSBY and conveyed to HANNAH CONWAY, 5 June 1786, 40 acres…..JOHN BRAZELL (Seal) Wit: JAMES JACKSON, Junr., JACOB BRAZELL. Proved by JAMES JACKSON, Junr., 4 Aug 1790. Recorded 23 Nov 1790 (Winton (Barnwell) County Deed Book 1-a. (The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research, Vol. XIII, No. 1, p. 34)


1806
– April 1, WILLIAM JENKINS of NEWBERRY DISTRICT for $400 to HENRY KESLER of same, tract on waters of the beaverdam of Saluda 179 1/8 acres partly the same land granted and conveyed by ISAAC COOK of Laurens County to said WILLIAM JENKINS 15 July 1799 and recorded in Newberry District Book E, page 45. . . dated 1 April 1806. WILLIAM JENKINS (seal). Wit. YOUNG J. HARRINGTON, VALENTINE BRASWELL. MARY JENKINS, wife of WILLIAM JENKINS relinquished dower 2 April 1806. (Newberry Co., SC, deed abstracts, Deed Books E-H, by Brent Holcomb)


1824 - February 13, SAMUEL HOWELL of RICHLAND DISTRICT, for $500 to BENJAMIN BRAZELL, part of 118 acres originally granted to PHILIP ROBARD, in the year 1806, also 74 1/2 acres part of a tract granted to LEWIS RICHARDSON, in the year 1802. No witnesses. SAML HOWELL (Seal) (DB A Pg 461-62) KBD


1833 - ENOCH HAMMONDS of RICHLAND DISTRICT, planter, for $180 to WILLIAM COLEMAN of same, planter, tract on the cedar fork of Jacksons Creek waters of Gills Creek, waters of the Congaree River, 200 acres, being the southern division of a moiety of an original survey, granted to ISAAC LANSDALE, which moiety was conveyed to myself the sd. ENOCK HAMMONDS by BENJAMIN CARPENTER... ENOCH (his X mark) HAMMONS (LS) Wit: SAMUEL HAMMONS, WILLIAM (his X mark) BRAZZEL. KBD


184o - September 2, I John Crane of Pickens District in consideration of $170 to me paid by James Mansell of the same place, have granted, sold, bargained and released a tract of land on the waters of Doddy Creek, adjacent land of Arthur Braswell, Henry Hesters, Londons line, Stephen Reeds line, Robert H. Briggs deceased line. Containing 300 acres. Originally surveyed for Mr. Cunningham. Dated this 2 September 1840. Witness: Henry Davis, Nathan Davis. Signed: John (X) Crane. Seal. Proved on oath of Nathan Davis before James Robinson J. P. this 15 January 1841. (Pickens Co., SC Pack 53. Clerk of Court Office) KBD