1723 - March 26, Jacob Braswell, 528 acres on the north side of Morattock River, joining the Gum swamp, George Stevens, Jeffries, Richard Braswell, Hogpen Meadow and John Cotten. Bk. 3, pg. 138
1726 - Jacob Brasswell (Bracewell) to John Smith, blacksmith, 10 pds. for 250 a. NS Morrattock River and Urssarah Meadow. "...Where John now lives..." being "pt. and p'cill of a patent of 528 a." granted to Bracewell April 1, 1723. On Holly Bush Meadow. May Court 1726. (pg. 110)
1727 - August 8, Jacob Brasswell & wife Elisabeth to William Ruffin, Aug. 8, 1727. 11 pds. for 278 a. On SS Morattock River in Uasary Meadow and Hog Pen Meadow. Adj. John Cotten, Richard Braswell. Part of tract formerly granted Jacob Brasswell for 528 a. on April 1, 1723. Wit: Thomas Hart, John Hart. pg. 360
1728 - April 20, 284 acres surveyed then granted to Jacob Braswell. (See deeds below)
1740 - October 27, Jacob Bracewell to Robert Bracewell 45 Pd. 284 ac north side Tar River adj Swift Creek. Wit. Richard Bracewell, Richard Sessums. (Edg Deed 1-391)
1748 - October 24, Robert Bracewell, Edge. Co to William Davis, county aforesaid for 100 pds money of England, a tract on the north side of Tar River beginning at a Spanish Oak on the bank of Tar River then south 45 east 160 poles to a pine then north 10 west 320 poles to a red oak then north 65 west 300 poles to a red oak then south 30 west 320 poles to a red oak on the east side of Swift Creek on Tar River then to the first station, containing 284 acres which was granted to Jacob Bracewell by patent for 284 acres which was surveyed 20 Apr 1728, signed Robert Bracewell, Mary Bracewell, wit J. Howell, George Fort, (Thos Deuigen). Recorded Nov Ct 1748 (Edge. Co (Halifax) Db 3, page 286) NOTE: This Robert
Bracewell is the son of Richard Bracewell II & Ann Carver.
1729 - March 6, Jacob Braswell 598 acre grant.
1746 - October 22, Samuel Murray, Edge. Co to John Jones, said county, from all manner of bonds & writings, obligations whatsoever, the said John Jones is & standith ( ) for me in any sum or sums of money to Captain Samuel Williams late sheriff of Edgecombe County as also for divers other good causes & considerations me hereunto moving, one bay mare branded on the near buttock "H", two bay mares & colts, one three year old bay horse, one three year old light gray horse, four two year old horses, one gray mare colt, one gray four year old mare, two, two year old mares, three old horse colts, one bay year old mare, one black two year old mare, all the aforesaid creatures branded "M," one black mare & colt branded (EX), one year old horse colt branded "M" & Likewise one tract of land on the south side of the mouth of Swift Creek upon Tar River in Edge. Co being laid off and surveyed for Jacob Braswell, Sr and containing 300 acres, in trust, signed Samuel Murray, wit William Jones (mark)(proved), Sarah Jones. Recorded May Ct 1747 (Edge. Co (Halifax) Db 3, page 85)
1742 - March 6, Jacob Braswell granted 275 acres on the north side of the Tar River.
1751 - November 16, Jacob Braswell, Edge. Co to John Sikes, county aforesaid for 15 pds VA, a tract and plantation on the north of Tar River and east side of Swift Creek containing 275 acres being the whole of a tract granted to the said Jacob Braswell by patent dated 6 Mar 1742, signed Jacob Braswell (J), wit John Moore (proved), Elias Fort, Joshua Sikes (X). Recorded Nov Ct 1751 (Edge. Co (Halifax) Db 4, page 160) CTC
1745 - April 11, Jacob Braswell 270 acres in Edgecombe County on the N. side of Tarr river where the sd. Braswell now lives, joining a branch, a Small Meadow, the river bank above his plantation, and the river below the Mouth of a Gut (3384 pg. 341)
1754 - February 26, Jacob Braswell, Edge. Co to Benjamin Bunn, same county, for 40 pds VA, a tract containing 270 acres on the north side of Tar River where the said Braswell now lives beginning at a live oak on the river bank above the Plantation then north 5 east 219 poles to a poplar in a branch then south 85 east 219 poles to a pine in a small meadow then south 5 west 126 poles to a hickory on the river bank then up the various courses of the river to the first station, signed Jacob Braswell, Jr, Wit Edwd Moore, James Ricks, John Ricks (proved). Recorded Feb Ct 1755 (Edge. Co (Halifax) Db 2, page 177)
1743 - March 16, Jacob Braswell 160 acres in Edgecombe County on the s. side of Tarr river, joining above Greens path and on the river side (3447 pg. 353)
1745 - February 26, Jacob Braswell of Edge. Co. to Joseph John Clinch of Surry Co., Va. 10 pounds current money of Va. acres (not given) on the south side of Tarr river above Green’s path Wit: Samuel Williams, Arthur Taylor, John Lawhon, Jr. Reg. Edge. Co. Aug. Ct. 1746 R. Forster C. Ct. (Pg. 523)
1761 - June 24, Jacob Braswell of Johnston County sold 650 acres in Edgecombe County to Samuel Delke, "being a Granville grant to Jacob Braswell dated December 6, 1760" (Edgecombe DB 1 Pg 280 & Edgecombe DB C Pg 61) From Carey Bracewell.
1761 - June 24, Jacob Braswell, Planter, Johnston Co to (Samuel Delke) for 10 pds, a tract of land on the north side of Tar River beginning at a pine in an old line made for Arthur Taylor just above the Long Branch then north 200 poles to a pine then east 400 poles to pine near the Poplar Branch then south 242 poles to a pine then south 242 poles to a pine Jacob Braswell's corner then by this said line west 220 poles to a poplar in Jacob Swamp then south by west 140 poles to a pine then to the first station, containing 650 acres, signed Jacob Braswell, wit Dun Lamon, (John ). Recorded Jun Ct 1762 (Edgecombe DB 1, Pg 280)
NOTE: These deeds appear to be Jacob & Elizabeth Braswell and their son Jacob Jr. Elizabeth's surname is not proved. Documentation of Elizabeth's surname solicited.
Related Link: Jacob Braswell: Edgecombe to Johnston to Cumberland