Friday, April 23, 2010

Richard Braswell of Camden District South Carolina

Richard is believed to be a son of old Jacob Braswell of Fredericksburgh, South Carolina

1776 – May 21, Richard Bracewell enlisted in the First Regiment N.A. 853 (Roster of South Carolina Patriots in the American Revolution,

1781Richard Brazeel served in the 2nd Dragoons under Capt. Francis Moore, Charles Myddleton and General Sumter during 1781. Salley Doc. P. 82, (Roster of South Carolina Patriots in the American Revolution,

1775-1783 – Index to Revolutionary War Service Records

Richard Bracewell, 1st South Carolina Regiment (from Carey Bracewell)

'Men of General Sumter’s Brigade, SC,' Col. Charles Myddleton’s Regiment of State Troops, Capt. Francis Moore included Richard Brazzeel (South Carolinians in the Revolution

1782 – April 18, Pay Roll in slaves of Captain Francis Moores Troop in the 2nd Regiment of State Troops commanded by Lieutenant Colonel Charles Myddleton (copy; for oversize original, see Box 5, Folder 19) (2 pages; printed, SALLEY, DOCUMENTS… DURING THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR, P. 81) Locations: Camden District (SC Archives)

1786 – March 8, South Carolina

I have caused to be admeasured and laid out unto Mary Reed a Tract of Land Containing Two Hundred and Fifty five acres Situate in the District of Camden on the head Branches of Black River named Laws Branch and hath such form, marks, buttings and boundings as the above Plat Represents --- Fredk. Bell, Dep. Survr. Certified for the 8th March 1786 Ephraim Mitchell S.G.

The plat shows Richd. Brazels land on one side, next to William Barbers land and on the other side of Richard Brazel is Isaac Hursh's land. On the other side of Isaac Hursh is Robert Law's land and then on the other side of Robert Law is Tabitha Williams' land. Between Tabitha Williams and William Barber is Galloway's land. (from SC Archives)

1787 - William Nettles was security on the administrator's bond for Averilla when her husband Jacob Braswell died. (Camden District, SC Wills & Administrtions 1781-1787)

1824 - February 14, John Law, Executor of Robert Law VS William Nettles. (SCA)