to) State of South Carolina
PHILIP CAPEHART, ELIZABETH (her mark +) BRAZIEL. JAMES MATHEWS (Seal) DINAH (her mark +) MATHEWS (Seal)
Received the Day and year first Within Written of the within SARAH BRAZIEL the Sum of Ten Shillings Current Money of Sd State it Being the full Consideration Money Mentioned. Witness. Hery CAPEHART , PHILIP CAPEHART, ELIZABETH (her mark +) BRAZIEL.
JAMES MATHEWS, DINAH (her mark +) MATHEWS.
State of South Carolina)
Edgefield County) Be it Remembered that on the Seventh day of May and in the year of our Lord 1795 Before me Personally appeared HENRY CAPEHART and being Duly Sworn deposeth and Saith that he saw JAMES MATHEWS Sign Seal and Deliver the within Conveyance to SARAH BRAZIEL for the Purpose and use therein Mentioned and that he saw JAMES MATHIS Sign the Receipt for the Consideration Money and that he the Deponant and PHILIP CAPEHART Subscribed their Names as witnesses To this Deed and also the Receipt Sworn to before Me the day and year first above Mentioned. HUGH MIDDLETON Jr} Recorded 4th July 1795} Hery Capehart.
1795 - Jan 2 & 3, Lease & release. Charles Harrington and Patience Harrington his wife to Jacob Capeheart, all of Pendleton County, for L100 sterling, 122 acres in Ninety Six District north side of Gilkies Creek adjacent Charles Thompson, James Petty, granted to said Charles Harrington 2 June 1788. Charles Harrington (C) (Seal), Patience Harrington (X) (Seal), Wit: Henry Capehart, John Harrington. Proved 6 Jan 1795 before John Willson, J.P. for Pendleton County, by the oath of John Harrington. Recorded 24 Feb 1796. (D, 315-318)
NOTE: Charles Harrington (Jr) married Patience Braswell, she being the daughter of Valentine & Patience Braswell of Wake County.
It appears that William Braswell who married Sarah Lamar is a Braswell from Chatham Co., NC due to Henry Capehart proving and witnessing deeds for William Braswell's wife and daughters and Charles & Patience Harrington.
Interestingly Samuel Braswell, also from Chatham Co., NC was administrator of Samuel Lamar in Wilkes Co., Georgia, both of them appear to be Sarah Lamar Braswell's brother in laws, as well as a Clementius Davis, whose land was adjacent to Samuel Braswell on Buffalo Creek.