Record Book P, Clerk of Court 1816 - 1822
Newberry County, South Carolina
(source: LDS #24229)

Abram, James of Newberry District for the sum of $400 paid by Alexander Abram sold 100A of land being a part of 150A originally surveyed for Arthur McCracking on waters of Indian & Duncan Creeks. Said Tract of land bounded by the Hemdon estate, James Abram, and James McKee. Wit. October 6, 1821 by James Abram Jr. and James Flanagan. Mary Abram, wife of James Abram, signed release of her dower rights to the land. (pg. 179)

Alewine, Abraham and his wife Mary Alewine of Newberry District for the sum of $300 paid by Solomon Suber of Newberry District, sold 48A of land being part of a 100-acre tract originally granted to Joseph Caldwell deceased on Cannon Creek waters of Broad River — bound by Peter Stockman, Joseph Caldwell, and Solomon Suber. Wit. July 1, 1821 by Emanuel Glymph and Jacob Lance. (pg. 7)

Alewine, Elisha and Peninah Alewine of Newberry District for the sum of $200 by Elizabeth Anderson of Newberry District, sold 144A of land adjoining land of John B. Cole, Hamilton Plunkett, George Boozer and others on Beaverdam Creek. The land is the distributive share Peninah Alewine received fro the estate of her deceased father Elijah Anderson and also as an heir of Elijah Anderson Jr. deceased. Wit. September 11, 1821 by John B. Cole and Hamilton Plunkett. (pg. lO6)

Bailey, Seras of the State of Tennessee, for the sum of $530 paid by Samuel Jenkins of Union District SC, sold 159A of land, formerly the property of Robert Baily Sr. Wit. July 2, 1817 by Benjamin Darby and Edward Edwards - bound by Edward Phillips, Elizabeth Baily and unknown owners. (pg. 132)

Balderee, William of Newberry District for the sum of $200 paid by Robert Balderee sold 500A of land which had belonged to his father George Balderee located on both sides of Hatolick? Creek waters of Big Saluda River which was originally 550A of land granted to James Morehead and 150A originally granted to Henry Bates Jr. and 112A of land granted to George Balderee and 50A conveyed by Henry Bates Jr. to my father George Balderee. The lands are bound by Lindsey, Caldwell, Lever, Benjamin Lindsey, Kinard and Alexander Bower. Wit. September 9, 1821 by James Waites and Benjamin Lindsey. (pg. 175)

Banks, Charles Sr. defendant in a suit with Francis Hatton - 1156A of land belonging to Charles Banks Sr. sold on the third Monday in March 1820 by sheriff John S. Carwile for $505 to Francis Hatton — bound by lands of John Wise, Solomon Dayco and by Saluda River. Wit. April 9, 1821 by John Bauskett and John Lindsey. (pg. 54)

Banks, Charles Sr. defendant in a suit with Francis Hatton - 145A of land on waters of Saluda River belonging to Charles Banks Sr. sold on the third Monday in March 1820 by sheriff John S. Carwile for $1145 to Francis Hatton — bound by Benjamin Lindsey, George Lever, John Vice, John Derrick, Samuel Harmon and William Sneigrove. Wit. May 3, 1821 by James Femandis and Thomas Shell. (pg. 52)

Barre, John deceased — On June 8, 1821 his heirs petitioned Court for partition of his 100A of land. Heirs were Andrew Cromer Jr. and wife Catherine Cromer, Happy Barre and John Phillip Bane. The land was located on Crims Creek waters of Broad River bounded by Martin Shealy, Peter Wilkelum and others. Andrew Cromer purchased the land at Public Sale for $506 from the Commissioner of Equity, Francis B. Higgins. Land was bounded by Martin Shealy, Peter Wilkelum and the estate of Jacob Bane deceased, originally granted to Conrad Roth. Wit. by Samuel W. Shelton and Phillip Sligh on August 6, 1821. (pg. 143)

Beard, William and his wife Mary Katherine Bear of Newberry District for the sum of $1,000 paid by Frederick Hogle sold 100A of land being part of a 300A tract of land originally granted to John Frederick Hogle on Timmerman’ s Creek waters of Cannon Creek. Wit. July 13, 1818 by John C. Dickert and Jacob Dickert. (pg. 174)

Boozer, Henry received in full from Andrew Cromer, admin. of Israel Mooney, $1019.1/12, Wit. January 29, 1822 by Y. J. Harrington. (pg. 225)

Boyce, Robert of Charleston SC for the sum of $500 paid by James Law, admin. of the estate of Alexander Lowry deceased of Newberry District, sold 222 3/4A of land on waters of Headless Creek to the heirs of Alexander Lowry named: Elizabeth Lowry, Joseph Lowry, Susannah Lowry, James Lowry, Adriess Lowry, William Lowry, and Rosannah Lowry. Land originally conveyed by James Caldwell Sheriff to Robert Boyce by Deed on December 3, 1811, recorded in Book M, pgs 403 and 404, being sold as the property of Eli Swineford at the suit of the admin. of John Boyce deceased. Wit. March 25, 1820 by John Bauskett and Y. J. Harrington. Lydia Boyce, wife of Robert, signed release of her dower rights. (pg. 112)

Buchannon, Joseph for the sum of $800 paid by Woolrod Wicker planter of Newberry District, sold 80A of land being a part of 100A of land originally granted to Robert Neely deceased. Wit. January 18, 1821 by James Johnson and Daniel Caldwell. Pamela Buchannon, wife of Joseph Buchannon, signed release of her dower rights to the land. (pg. 183)

Buzzard, John sold to Robert Y. Cates 16A on Second Creek — lands bounded by Christian Wicker and others. Wit. December 2, 1820 by John L. Cates and Robert Cooper. Preceding two pg.s are missing. (pg. 31)

Caldwell, John and his wife Abigail Caldwell for the sum of $333 paid by Rebecca O’Neall and Sarah O’Neall sold all their interest in slaves named Judah, Jinny and Betty. Wit. April 13, 1821 by John B. O’Neall. (pg. 114)

Caldwell, John of Newberry District for the sum of $262.50 paid by Col. John Summers of Newberry District, sold 26¼A of land, originally granted to Mr. Wilkerson, later conveyed to Benbow (Bedenbaugh), later to Thomas Lindsey then later to John Caldwell.  John Caldwell sold to Henry Stringfellow. Wit. February 17, 1821 by Thomas Shell and Alexander Chambers. Abigail Caldwell released her dower rights to the land. (pg. 73)

Caldwell, John of Newberry District for the sum of $990 paid by Thomas Pratt of Newberry District, sold 220 3/4A of land on small branch of Scotts Creek waters of Bush River, joining land of Thomas Pratt, Frederick Nance, John Ramage John Summers and Daniel Morgan. Wit. November 27, 1821 by John Bauskett and G. M. Thompson. Abigail Caldwell, wife of John Caldwell, signed release of her dower rights to the land. (pg. 218)

Calmes, William, planter of Newberry District for the sum of $1894 paid by Young J. Harrington of Village, sold 315-3/4A of land on waters of Bush River being part of a tract of land sold by Sheriff William Shaw to William Calmes and Frederick Epsey lands bounded by William Calmes, Dr. James E. Shell, William Summers, Hezechiah Summers, Benjamin Neel, Robert Evans, James Dobbins, Frederick Gray, James Wood and James McGerns Land is part of a tract belonging to William Shaw, sold at sheriff sale and bought by William Calmes. Wit. March 8, 1821 by Alexander Chambers and George Calmes. (Map included) (pg. 24)

Cannon, David, planter of Newberry District for the sum of $300 paid to him by John Folk of Newberry District, sold 90A of land originally granted to James Young in Ninety Six District on Reedy Branch of Long Cane — land bounded by John Campbell, Mr. Gervais, Alexander Whets and William Corey Wit. January 7, 1821 by William Ballentine and Mary M. Dickert. (pg. 101)

Cannon, Elizabeth of Newberry District for the sum of $902 paid by Henry Ruff of Newberry District, sold 49A of land on small branch of Reedy Creek waters, joining land of Henry Ruff and John Caldwell. Wit. January 26, 1822 by Henry Ruff and Christian Ruff. Eve Ruff, wife of Henry Ruff Jr. signed release of her dower rights to the land. (pg. 224)

Carmical, Arthur of Abbeville District for the sum of $800 sold to Mark Pruitt of Newberry District 264A of land on Camping Creek branch of Saluda River being a part of: 1) 100A granted to Mary Giglehoot; 2)  part granted to James McMaster; 3)  part granted to Arthur Carwile and by a line between Mark Smith and Daniel Smith. Wit. December 17, 1818 by Abram Carmical and John Bell. Frances Carmical, wife of Arthur Carmical, signed release of her dower rights. (pg. 60)

Carwile, John S. of Newberry District for the sum of $1500 paid by David Pitts of Newberry District, sold 162A of land on Saluda’s River. Wit. December 22, 1820 by John Bauskett and Job Johnston — lands bounded by Thomas Pitts, Jehue Pitts, Robert Cleland, Captain John Floyd and James W. Tinsley. Elizabeth Carwile released her dower rights to the land. (pg. 51)

Cates, Asa owed John Toland $847.57 in damages and costs. Results of John Toland Vs Asa Cates was the sale of the 130A of land of Asa Cates on the third Monday of March 1821 by Sheriff John S. Carwile. The land was on the waters of Bush River bounded by land of Major Fred Nance, Elizabeth Cooper, Lowell Cooper, James S. Gillam, and Bush River. At Public Sale James S. Gillam bought the land for $228. Wit. September 4, 1821 by Marmaduke Coate and Allen Elmore. (pg. 158)

Chapman, Amos of Abbeville District for the sum of $15 paid by James R. Wilson of Newberry District, sold 1A of land with a spring, on Cannon Creek waters of Enoree River. Land was conveyed by Joseph Chapman to Amos Chapman on October 7, 1819— lands bounded by Joseph Chapman and Amos Chapman. Wit. May 4, 1821 by Daniel Brooks and Jacob Chapman. Phoebe Chapman, wife of Amos, released her dower rights to the land. (pg. 67)

Chapman, Samuel of Newberry District for the sum of $27 paid by William Elmore of Newberry District, sold 3A of land being a part of land owned by Samuel Chapman. The said joining land of Peter Wedingman, Samuel Chapman, Mrs. Williams. Wit. November 24, 1821 by Peter Wedingman and Andrew Metts. (pg. 184)

Clary, William of Newberry District for the sum of $267 paid by Hezechiah Riley of Newberry District, sold 175A of land on north waters of Saluda River, joining lands of Daniel Clary, Vatchel Davis, Thomas Wadsworth, Matthew Young, Hugh Gregg and Jordan Dunn. Wit. December 1, 1798 by Chesley Davis, John Worthington and Robert Worthington. Delilah Clary, wife of William Clary, signed release of her dower rights to the land. (pg. 213)

Cole, David of Newberry District for the sum of $1200 paid by William Lofton of Newberry District, sold land, originally 285A granted to Providence Williams by Lieut. Gov. William Bull on December 13, 1770 and then conveyed to Edward Rutlege by his attorney John Hunter. Wit. October 19, 1818 by Eli Lofton and James Lofton. (pg. 235)

Cole, Jeanor of Newberry District in consideration for the sum of $500 paid by Gabriel Cole of Newberry District, sold 79A of land on Bush River bounded by Bush River, John Leavell, and Jeanor Cole and the estate of John Cole. The land was conveyed by John Cole to William Cole and then to James Cole and by the executors of James Cole to Jeanor Cole. Wit. April 9, 1821 by James Leavell and Richard Cole. Surname is also spelled LEVELL. Map included. (pg. 154)

Cole, John B., James Cole, Gabriel Cole, Bailey Cole, Richard Cole, Jacob Gary and Jeanor Gary his wife were heirs and legatees of James Cole deceased. They sold for the sum of $61.90 and 4 mills each to the widow of James Cole deceased named Jeanor Cole all their interest in a 200A tract of land — lands bounded by John Leavell Esq., William Muckle, Bush River, estate of Caihorene, Williams, William Griffin, John Clary and Dr. A. Chambers. Wit. March 20, 1821 by A. W. Chalmers and James Leavell. (pg. 33)

Conwell, Mary of Newberry District for the sum of $400 paid by John Stephens, sold 44A, 72 perches, being a part of a tract of land of 60A granted to Margaret Dunn afterwards Margaret Vick by deed on March 21, 1802 and recorded in Newberry Book G, pg. 218 and also a small part of land sold to Henry Dunn. Wit. February 12, 1821 by Hezebiah Riley and John Davis. (pg. 142)

Corl, Walter and wife Margaret Corl of Newberry District for the sum of $20 paid by Henry O. Barrett sold 45A of land originally granted to Onslow Barrett in 1789, recorded in Grant Book YYYY, pg. 510 and another tract of 5 3/4A conveyed to Onslow Barrett by John Crimley in 1794 on Branch of Bush River. Land was the ¼ heirship to Margaret Corl, wife of William, from her father, Onslow Barrett deceased. Wit. December 16, 1814 by Thomas Waters and Rachel Barrett. (pg. 32)

Cothran, Samuel of Abbeville District for the sum of $250 paid by John Werts, son of George H. Werts, sold 49 3/4A of land on a small branch of water emptying into Beaverdam Creek, annexed by deed from John Richardson to Samuel Cothran May 23, 1811 and recorded in the Registrar’s Office, Book M, pg.s 146 and 147— lands bounded by Robert R. Nance, John Werts, Henry Keisler, Dempsey Gilbert and Margaret Duncan. Wit. February 6, 1821 by F. Nance and Robert Nance. Mary Ann Cothran, wife of Samuel, signed release of her dower rights. (pg. 122)

Cothran, Samuel of Abbeville District for the sum of $2500 paid by Robert R. Nance of Newberry District, sold 196 1/2A of land on waters of Beaverdam branch of Saluda River — lands bounded by Margaret Duncan, Amos Duncan, Michael Lever, John Werts, Dempsey Cothran and Robert Nealey. Wit. November 30, 1820 by Fred Nance and Marmaduke Coate. Map is on pg. 47 (pg. 48)

Counts, Jacob of Lexington District for the sum of $1275 paid by Christopher Kinard, sold 124A of land on waters of Cannon Creek — lands bounded by Christian Eigleberger, John Eigleberger Guthrie Trinadds, Abraham Herrill. Wit. February 6, 1821 by Adam Countz and George A. Stockman.  Mary M. Countz, wife of Jacob, signed release of her dower rights. (pg. 134)

Cox, Cornelius in consideration of the love and good will for his niece Rebecca Caroline Toland, daughter of Jonathan Toland, property consisting of: a cotton wheel, a set of shelves, crockery ware, a pine chest, a pot, a pan, one bed and furniture, one pail and pegging, a tub, a tray, a red and white speckled cow and her calf. Wit. January 15, 1822 by Josephus Thomas. (pg. 218)

Cromer, George and Elizabeth Ruff, widow of David Ruff made articles of agreement in a marriage contract. It was made to determine beforehand the legatees of her separate property she had prior to her marriage to George Cromer. Wit. June 18, 1806 by William Rutherford and Frederick Gray. (pg. 159)

Crosson, Alexander of Newberry District for the ‘love and affection for my son-in-law Jeremiah Beem and his wife Jane Beem, my daughter, and for my daughter Mary Crosson’, gave 250A of land. Also to Mary Crosson a slave girl named Molly — also to Jeremiah Beem, Jane Beem and Mary Crosson all his stock of cattle, hogs, sheep, geese and fowls, house and plantation tools, bed and furniture, household and kitchen furniture. The land to be taken now and the rest to be taken at the death of Alexander Crosson and his wife. Wit. November 14, 1820 by Daniel Lominick, Ephraim Suber and Thomas Dunkin. (pg. 18)

Crosson, Alexander of Newberry District for the love and affection for his son Robert Crosson of Abbeville District, gave him a 5-year-old male slave named Young. Wit. February 5, 1821 by Jeremiah Beem and Mary Crosson. (pg. 17)

Davis, Thomas of Newberry District for the sum of $100 paid by Robert McKee of Newberry District, sold 50A of land on the waters of Paterson’s Creek — lands bounded by Robert McKee, John Hays and John Boyd Jr. Wit. January 29, 1821 by William B. Cose and James Flanagan. The wife of Thomas Davis, Nancy Davis, signed release of her dower rights. (pg. 2)

Davis, Vatchel of Newberry District for the sum of $100 paid by Hezechiah Riley of Newberry District, sold 100A of land on north waters of Saluda River, joining lands of Peggy Dunn widow. Wit. October 15, 1799 by John Richardson and Keziah Thompson. (pg. 211)

Dawkins, John Sr. of Newberry District for the sum of $945 paid by George Egner of Newberry District, sold 148 1/2A of land being part of a tract of 400A of land granted to Johannes Setzler on September 1, 1767 and part of a tract of 30A granted to John Dawkins on January 6, 1794 on Hellers Creek — lands bounded by Lewis Hogg, James Hell, Jacob Miller and Thomas Dawkins. The remainder of the tract held by Jacob Miller, annexed to Catherine Hill January 15, 1817. Wit. March 12, 1 821 by Samuel Glymph and Emanuel Suber. Margaret Dawkins, wife, signed release of her dower rights. (pg. 21)

Dawkins, Thomas Jr. of Newberry District for the sum of $475 paid by Uriah Suber sold 73 ½A of land, part of a tract of 400A originally granted to Johannes Setzler on May 17, 1768 but found by a resurvey to contain 501A of land. The land was later divided between John Dawkins and George Heller. The 73 1/2A was conveyed by John Dawkins to Thomas Dawkins. The land was on Heller Creek waters of Broad River. Wit. February 19, 1821 by Lewis Hogg and A. H. Pope. Elizabeth Dawkins signed release of her dower rights to the land. (pg. 165)

Dickert, Michael of Newberry District for the sum of $1080 paid by Martin Kinard of Newberry District, sold 100A of land on waters of Cannon Creek. Wit. April 16, 1810 by Samuel Cannon, Henry Koon, and Martin Koon. Isabella Dickert, wife of Michael Dickert, signed release of her dower rights to the land. (pg. 202)

Duckett, Thomas of Newberry District for the sum of $120 paid by Alexander Lowry of Newberry District sold 100A of land on waters of Indian Creek originally granted to John Caldwell and then conveyed to Alexander Feke on September 6, 1785, then to James Buchanan January 19, 1799 and then to John Johnston July 25, 1801 and then to Thomas Duckett on October 19, 1810. Wit. May 26, 1812 by John McMorries and William Lowry. (pg. 168)

Duckett, Thomas Sr. of Newberry District for the sum of $4000 paid by Jacob Duckett of Newberry District, sold 353A of land on both sides of Indian Creek waters of Enoree River — 250A of those  conveyed by Reuben Flanagan to Thomas Duckett on January 2, 1790 and 153A conveyed by Jacob Raisey, Samuel Cannon and Jeremiah Stark who were executors of the estate of Charles King deceased. Wit. November 10, 1821 by John McMorris and Thomas Duckett Jr. (pg. 205)

Duncan, William of Newberry District for the natural love and affection for my wife Julia Duncan and her children, of Newberry District, gave a deed of gift slaves: to daughter, a slave named Charlotte; to daughter Nancy a slave named Lotase, to son Robert a slave named Marcus; to daughter Elizabeth a slaver named Anne; son David a slave named Bill; to son William a slave named Patty; to beloved wife I give all my land and stock and household and kitchen furniture with all my farm and plantation tools. Wit. March 14, 1821 by Ephraim Suber, George Johnston and John L. Cates. (pg. 16)

Eastland, William of Madison County ALA for the sum of $550 paid by John Taylor of Newberry District, sold 141 ¼A of land, being part of two tracts: 1) part of 125A granted to William Irby November 7, 1785; 2)  granted to Coalinan Brown. Wit. February 28, 1821 by B. B. Cheshire and Marmaduke Coate. (pg. 68)

Edrington, Henry Sr. of Fairfield District sold for the sum of $550 paid by Jacob Loaner of Newberry District l05A of land joining Broad River, Abraham Duncan’s land, S. Cockrel and Peter Felker Wit. February 15, 1819 by James McGrone and Nolly Mobley. (pg. 191)

Elmore, John, son of Rosannah Elmore, voluntarily placed himself into the apprenticeship of carriage and chair maker under David Giuun for 4 years from February 18, 1817, and promised to serve his master faithfully, causing no damage, waste, gamble, drink, etc. The Master promised to provide clothing, meat, drink, bedding, washing and six months of schooling. Wit. January 12, 1817 by Y. J. Harrington. (pg. 96)

Elmore, Samuel K. lent $600 to John B. O’Neall with land as collateral. The loan was paid in full. The land used as collateral was land that John Kelly had given to his mother, Hannah Kelly who had died June 18, 1820, Hannah Kelly was the grandmother of Samuel K. Elmore and also the grandmother of John B. O’Neall. She left the land she lived on to her grandson John B. O’Neall. Wit. June 13, 1821 by Thomas Frean and Robert R. Nance. (pg. 115)

Elmore, Thomas of Newberry District for the sum of $600 paid by Giles Elmore of Newberry District, sold 57A of land on waters of Bush River and Big Saluda River, joining land of Thomas Elmore, John Ramage Michael Whitman and Daniel Morgan. Wit. January 16, 1822 by A. Chambers and Thomas Barrett. Elizabeth Elmore, wife of Thomas Elmore, signed release of her dower rights to the land. (pg. 219)

Elmore, William of Newberry District for the sum of $430 paid by John Elmore of Newberry District sold 75A of land on Palmetto Branch joining lands of Benjamin Lake, Daniel Morgan, Thomas Elmore, Michael Weidingman and Reuben Morgan and being the same tract conveyed by Christian Weidingman on Jan 12, 1821. Wit. October 8, 1821 by Alexander Chambers and James Fernandez. Rebecca Elmore wife of William, signed release of her dower rights to the land. (pg. 171)

Folk, John A. of Newberry District in consideration for a sum of $1,000 paid by John Folk of Newberry District sold 25A of land being part of a tract originally granted to Fred Sheffer and a part of a tract originally granted to Peter Stockman, situated on Crims Creek the waters of Broad River — lands bounded by Peter Dickert, George Stockman, Crims Creek, John A. Folk and John Folk. Wit. July 21, 1821 by Jacob Dickert, John C. Dickert and Michael Wicker. Hannah Folk, wife of John A., signed release of her dower rights. (pg. 128)

Folk, John A. of Newberry District, for the natural love and affection he had for his sister, Mary Magdalene Cannon, wife of David Cannon of Newberry District, gave 150A of land originally granted to Charlotte Roadgebert and 50A part of a tract originally granted to Jacob Folk Sr. and then conveyed by Jacob Folk Jr. to Katherine Folk now deceased on August 17, 1812 on waters of Camping Creek, waters of Saluda River. Wit. August 16, 1821 by William Fulmer and Jacob Dickert. (pg. 153)

Folk, John of Newberry District for the natural love and affection he had for his daughter Mary Magdalene Cannon wife of David Cannon, gave to her 150A of land originally granted to Charlotte Roadgebert and 50A part of a tract originally granted to Jacob Folk Sr. and conveyed to Jacob Folk Jr., then to Katherine Folk now deceased, by a deed on August 17, 1812 on Camping Creek waters of Saluda River. Wit. August 16, 1821 by William Fulmer and Jacob Dickert. (pg. 154)

Folk, John of Newberry District for the sum of $1000 paid by John A. Folk, sold 25A of land being part of 100A of land granted to Frederick Suep and 10A granted to John Folk and later entirely held by John Folk — lands bounded by George Stockman and Crims Creek. Wit. July 21, 1821 by Jacob Dickert, Michael Wicker and John C. Dickert. Elizabeth Folk, wife of John, signed release of her dower rights. (pg. 127)

Folk, John of Newberry District in consideration for the natural love and affection he had for his daughter Mary Magdalena Cannon, wife of David Cannon, gave to her a Trust Estate in the hands of Lieutenant Col. Jacob Counts of Lexington District, gave three Negro female children slaves named Joaa 9 years old, Charity 7 years old and Harriett 5 years old. Wit. June 4, 1821 by M. Witt and Jacob Warner. (pg. 86)

Folk, John of Newberry District in consideration for the natural love and affection he had for his son John A. Folk gave to him a Trust Estate in the hands of Lieutenant Col. Jacob Counts of Lexington District, three Negro female children slaves named Bell 9 years old, Ann 8 years old and Nelly 5 years old. Wit. 1821 by Jacob Dickert, John Dickert and Michael Wicker. (pg. 130)

Freck, Thomas Sr. and Susannah Freck of Newberry District for the sum of $254 paid by John P. Metz Jr. of Newberry District sold 63 1/2A of land, a part of a tract of 100A of land originally granted to Michael Cromer on May 25, 1774 on the waters of Camping Creek, bounded by lands of Adam Metz, George Lever, and Thomas Freck. Wit. April 11, 1821 by Adam A. Metz and Gaspar Holman. Susannah Freck, wife of Thomas, signed release of her dower rights. (pg. 145)

Galbreath, James of Newberry District, for the sum of $1200 paid by John B. O’Neall sold 69 1/2A of land on waters of Bush River. The land was part of three different surveys: 1) 52A sold by John Kelly Sr. to James Gaibreath surveyed November 10, 1813; 2)  5 1/2A sold by John Kelly Sr. to Elisha Isaacks and then to James Gaibreath and surveyed May 25, 1814; 3) 12A conveyed to Huidrick Nance to James Galbreath surveyed May 25, 1814. Wit. January 3, 1821 by Thomas Gaibreath and Hugh O’Neall. (pg. 117)

Gary, Asa of Newberry District for the sum of $186 paid by Samuel Red of Newberry District, sold 103A of land on waters of Bush River, joining lands of Stephen Harmon, Edmund Campbell, John Reeder, William Reid, and Samuel Red. Wit. October 1, 1821 by Isaac King and Charles Gary. (pg. 208)

Gary, Charles and his wife Elizabeth Gary of Newberry District for the sum of $1100 paid by Elizabeth O’Connor District, sold 150A of land on Bush River being part of 1)  the whole of a tract 97 1/2A sold to Edward Phillips and conveyed by James McKetterick to Charles Gary August 4, 1815; 2)  the whole of a tract conveyed by Thomas Gary to Charles Gary January 9, 1817; 3)  2½A of land conveyed from Edward Phillips to Charles Gary February 12, 1820. Wit. January 18, 1821 by James Gary and John Pruitt. Elizabeth Gary signed release of her dower rights. (pg. 45)

Gary, Thomas of Newberry District for the sum of $300 paid by Asa Gary of Newberry District, sold 100A of land on waters of Bush Riven, joining lands of Edmund Campbell, John Reeder, and William Reeder, conveyed by Thomas Gary to Asa Gary. Wit. December 10, 1820 by Sampson Gary and Charles Gary. (pg. 209)

Gauntt, Jacob of Newberry District for the sum of $500 paid by Edward Finch and Stephen Shell and David Owens (Trustees) sold 1A of land on Bush River south of Gauntt’s land and joining Scot’s and Myer’s lands for use as a meeting house for the Methodist Episcopal Church with the full and free benefit of the springs of water adjoining the ground mentioned. Wit. June 15, 1810 by Joseph Gauntt and B. Mitchell. (pg. 146)

Glenn, Jacob of Newberry District for the sum of $1500 paid by George A. Stockman sold 180A of land, which was part of a 300A tract originally granted to Peter Fitch Cart and bounded by lands of Joseph Caldwell, Andrew Mayer, and Henry Boozer. Wit. August 1, 1820 by John C. Duckett and Henry Stockman. Margaret Glenn, wife of Jacob signed her release of dower rights to the land. (pg. 173)

Goodman, Thomas of Newberry District for the sum of $500 paid by Andrew Redmond of Newberry District sold 148A of land being bound by lands of Mudlick Creek, William Turpin, Widow Andrews, Robert Golding and Thomas Briggs. Wit. August 18, 1821 by J. Wardlaw and Willis Meriwether.  Milly Goodman, wife of Thomas Goodman Wearts, signed release of her dower rights to the land. (pg. 177)

Griffin, John of Madison County ALA appointed Col. John A. Griffin of Newberry District as his awful attorney, to represent him in a suit — Nancy Gniffm and Teresa C. Satterwhite -Wit. October 3, 1820 by John D. Williams and Abraham Allen. (pg. 27)

Grigsba, Elizabeth for the natural love and affection toward her son Jethro Manning, gave six slaves: Patsy 18 years old and her child Hannah 18 months old, Rachel 15 years old, Lile 12 years old, Mary 10 years old, Amiky 6 years old. Wit. June 6, 1821 by Starling Balderee and Samuel Harmon. (pg. 189)

Hall, John was in $326.95 in debt to Cromer & Johnston. His 150A of land on Second Creek Waters of Broad River was sold by Sheriff John S. Carwile on the third Monday October 1820 to James A. Johnson for $357 — lands bounded by George Penny, William Yarborough, Jacob Crouter and John Durham. Wit. February 8, 1821 by Dempsey Cothran and John Bauskett. Map included. (pg. 34)

Hall, Samuel was in debt to William Hall for the sum of $69 from August 28, 1819, payable in 5 months.  $5.25 was paid October 27, 1820. Unable to meet full payment he signed over to his brother William 7 head of cattle, 7 head of hogs, 2 feather beds, furniture and the bulk of his household and kitchen furniture, plantation tools, a set of hatter’s tools, a shot gun. Wit. by John Maffet on August 16, 1821. (pg. 147)

Harriss, Micajah of Newberry District for the sum of $1000 paid to him by Captain Taplow Harriss of Newberry District, sold 235A of land on branch of Heller Creek previously devised to them by their deceased father Micajah Harriss and part of a tract purchased by them jointly from Hugh Wilson. Wit. January 17, 1821 by John T. Murrell and John H. Shell. Mary Magdalene Harriss, wife of Micajah, signedrelease of her dower rights. Map included. Surveyor recorded the land was originally granted to Thomas Hamilton on February 17, 1767. (pg. 106)

Harriss, Taplow of Newberry District for the sum of $1000 paid to him by Micajah Harriss of Newberry District, sold 425A of land on branch of Heller Creek previously devised to them by their deceased father Micajah Harriss and part of a tract purchased by them jointly from Hugh Wilson. Wit. January 17, 1821 by John T. Murrell and John H. Shell. Sarah Harriss, wife of Taplow, signed release of her dower rights. Map included. Surveyor recorded the land was originally granted to Thomas Hamilton on February 17, 1767. (pg. 108)

Higgins, Francis B. Esq. of Newberry District vs Cary Williams of Newberry District — Court of Equity in Newberry District - John Williams, Richard Cannon and his wife Polly Cannon, Cary Williams, John S. Carwile and his wife Elizabeth Carwile, James W. Tinsley and his wife Nancy Tinsley, and others, on February 23, 1821 as complainants — Caty Williams deceased in her lifetime was possessed 421 ½A of land on waters of Bush River - lands bounded by William C. Griffin, Cary Williams, Thomas Levordle, John Caldwell Esq. and others. The Court ordered the land to be sold for partition. On April 1, 1821 it was sold for $3, 051 to Carey Williams by Commissioner Higgins. Wit. April 2, 1821 by William C. Griffin and John Williams. (pg. 36)

Holman, John and David Holman were in debt to William Pinchback for two promissory notes — the one for $650 and due 12 months after March 20, 1821 — the other for the same amount and due two years after March 20, 1821. As security for the payment of the debt they offered their 35 years old slave named George, a cabinet maker. Wit. May 11, 1821 by Robert Dunlap. (pg. 103 and 104) Hughen, Christopher and wife Edna Hughen of Newberry District for the sum of $200 paid by Samuel Hughen of Newberry District, sold 38A of land. Wit. December 17, 1819 by Moses Matthews and William Hendrix. Edna Hughen released her dower rights to the land. (pg. 49)

Hughen, Samuel and wife Susannah Hughen of Newberry District for the sum of $1500 paid by Mathias Senn of Lexington District, sold 100A of land granted to William Thompson and by Chesley Abney to Samuel Hughen on April 7, 1809 — lands bounded by James Caldwell, James Spence, David Boyd and John Sloan. Wit. January 29, 1821 by John Senn and David Cromer. Susannah Hughen signed release of her dower rights. (pg. 43)

Hughen, Samuel and wife Susannah Hughen of Newberry District for the sum of $660 paid by Henry Kesler sold 110A of land on Bush River, formerly belonging to David Mills. Wit. February 18, 1817 by Cary Williams and Elijah Jones. Susannah Hughen signed release of her dower rights. (pg. 76)

Hughey, James of Newberry District for the sum of $1100 paid by Captain Martin Kinard of Newberry District, sold 28 ½A of land on Cannon Branch waters of Broad River originally granted in two separate tracts: 1)  to Senior Riddlehuber; 2)  land of Gen. Adam Rfere on February 19, 1776. Wit. November 21, 1818 by Robert Jones and John Peter Kinard. Margaret Hughey, wife of James, signed release of her dower rights. (pg. 89)

Huston, William of Newberry District for the sum of $86 paid by Thomas Campbell of Newberry District sold 14 ¼A of land on Indian Creek. Wit. January 24, 1818 by Matthias Boyd and William Boyd. Nancy Waters, wife of Wilkes Beny Waters, signed release of her dower rights to the land. Map included. (pg. 198)

Jackson, Thomas signed an IOU for $322.65 - money given by William Eastland on February 28, 1821. The loan was due to be paid by January 1, 1822. Thomas Jackson placed his 120A of land on Little River as collateral for the loan. The land was part of two tracts of land: 1)   granted to William Irby and 2)   granted to Clarence Brown. Wit. February 28, 1821 by Marmaduke Coate and B. B. Cheshire. (pg. 136)

Jenkins, Samuel of Union District SC for the sum of $300 paid by Samuel McChord of Newberry District sold 159A of land, formerly the property of Robert Bailey Sr. Wit. February 1818 by John Hughey and Edward H. Edwards — bound by Edward Phillips, Elizabeth Bailey, and owners unknown. Elizabeth Jenkins, wife of Samuel, signed release of her dower rights. (pg. 133)

Johnston, Jerwood of Newberry District for the sum of $600 paid by John Caldwell sold a lot of land in the Village of Newberry being ¼A adjoining the lots of Doctor Joseph W. Waldo, John Caldwell and a street separating the lot from a lot owned by James Fernandez and a street separating the lot from the lot of William Summer and the heirs of Coleman Wit. September 3, 1821 by Thomas Shell and George Dugan. Polly Johnston, wife of Jerwood Johnston, signed release of her dower rights. Wit. September 26, 1821 by F. B. Higgins. Name also spelled as Gerard W. Johnston. (pg. 160)

Johnston, John Caldwell of Newberry District for the sum of $2500 paid by Ken Boyce of Newberry District, sold 121A of land being part of a 100A tract of land originally granted by Little John Coate to Jesse Summer and by Jesse Summer to George McCreeless and by George McCreeless to John Johnston on Scotts Creek branch of Broad River, adjoining the village of Newberry and the Academy land, with exception to a cemetery on the land containing the graves of George McCreeless and his wife with an avenue to the graves. Wit. September 18, 1818 by John Caldwell and Sam Johnston. Mary Johnston signed release of her dower rights. (pg. 25)

Jones, John of Newberry District for the sum of $600 paid by James Garner of Newberry District, sold 50A of land being part of 100A originally granted to James Jones and conveyed to Joseph Jones then by a Will to John Jones on Bush River waters, joining land of Sarah Crow, James Garner, John Williams, William Griffin. Wit. December 14, 1821 by David Cannon and Fanny Busby. Margaret Jones, wife of John Jones, signed release of her dower rights to the land. (pg. 226)

Kelly, John Sr. in his lifetime sold to James Gaibreath farmer, two parcels of land - the first containing 52A surveyed by Henry Gray Esq. on November 10, l813 and the other 5 1/2A of land surveyed by Marmaduke Coate May 25, 1814 — Lands bounded by John B. O’Neall, Clement Nance, Jesse Julius, Richard Rice and James Gaibreath - John O’Neall, as executor of the estate of deceased John Kelly Sr., and deviser of Hannah Kelly deceased — gave Title to the land to James Gaibreath. Wit. July 1, 1820 by Robert R. Nance and Richard Rice. Map included. (pg. 119)

Kerr, John A. of Newberry District for the sum of $350 paid by Solomon Suber of Newberry District, sold 32A of land being part of a 90A tract of land originally granted to Joseph Caldwell on Cannon Creek waters of Broad River — lands bound by Samuel Caldwell, Jacob Counts, Henry Stockman and Peter Stockman. Wit. December 15, 1819 by John Caldwell, John Suber and William Workman. (pg. 4)

King, Jacob of Newberry District for the sum of $350 paid by Henry Wood sold 70A of land on Kings Creek, adjoining the land of Sims Brown, Abram Walden, William Spence and Jacob King, originally 427A granted to John Lindsey in 1786. Wit. December 19, 1820 by John H. Hatton and Hamilton Garmany. Elizabeth King, wife of Jacob King, signed release of her dower rights to the land. Map of the land. (pg. 195)

King, Silas of Newberry District for the sum of $500 paid by Jacob Cook of Newberry District, sold 114A of land on water of Big Saluda River, joining lands of John King, John Caldwell, Nathan Hunter, Edmund Hawkins and Joseph Hunter. Wit. December 10, 1821 by J. A. Cook, M. Smitt, and John Cook. Mary King, wife of Silas King, signed release of her dower rights to the land. (pg. 214)

Knight, Richard of Newberry District for the sum of $100 paid by Hezechiah Riley of Newberry District, sold 124A of land on north waters of Saluda River, joining lands of Daniel Clary, Seth Hacther, Robert Nelson, Varnes Miller, Matthew Young. Wit. September 10, 1807 by F. F. Cureton, Hugh Cotrell and J. B. O’Neall. (pg. 212)

Koon, Martin planter of Newberry District for the sum of $800 paid by George Koon planter of Newberry District, sold 106 1/2A of land being a part of 400A of land originally granted to Andrew Mayer October 5, 1753. The said 50A of land was inherited from her husband George A. Koon deceased. Land lies on the south side of Crim Creek branch of Broad River joining land of Martin Riser, John Counts, George Koon, William Chapman, John Chapman, Peter Dickert and Jacob Dickert. Wit. October 3, 1821 by John Chapman and John C. Dickert. Eve Koon, wife of Martin Koon, signed release of her dower rights to the land. (pg. 182)

Koon, Rosanna B. of Newberry District for the sum of $400 paid by Martin Koon planter of Newberry District, sold 50A of land being a part of 110A and that being part of 400A of land originally granted to Andrew Mayer October 5, 1753. The said 50A of land was inherited from her husband George A. Koon deceased. Land lies on the south side of Crim Creek branch of Broad Riverjoining land of Martin Riser, John Chapman, and Rosanna Koon. Wit. October 2, 1821 by John Chapman and John C. Dickert. (pg. 181)

Koon, Uriah Jr. of Newberry District for the sum of $200 paid by John P. Stockman sold 76A of land, which is part of the 82 A tract sold for James McMaster. And part of the west tract of 169A originally granted to James McMaster on March 1, 1813 on Camping Creek waters, joining lands of Jacob Warner, Henry Dominick Sr., Mr. Smith, Martin Wites. Wit. September 18, 1821 by Henry Dominick Jr. and Thomas McFure Eve Margaret Koon, wife of Uriah Jr. signed her release of dower rights to the land. (pg. 172)

Koon, Uriah Sr. planter of Newberry District for the sum of $250 paid by John Folk planter of Newberry District, sold 40A of land, being the NE part of a tract originally granted to Henry Pailfison on waters of Broad River, joining land of John Folk, Peter Dickert, and John Koon. Wit. January 10, 1822 by John A. Folk and William Koon. (pg. 227)

Lagrone, John Adam Sr. of Newberry District, for the sum of $440 paid by Michael Kibler Jr. of Newberry District, sold 180A of land on Cannon Creek waters of Broad River being part of land originally granted to Hans Peter Wayman July 4, 1754 by Gov. James Glenn. Land was conveyed next to Martin Livingston on January 3, 1772, then to John William Houseal, then to his oldest brother John Adam Houseal who conveyed the land to John Adam Legrone Sr.,   lands bounded by Michael Kibler, Jr. John Eigleberger and Christopher Haupt. Wit. October 10, 1800 by Jacob Lagrone and Henry Wurts. Mary Lagrone of Newberry District, wife of Solomon Suber, released her dower rights to the land. (pg. 9)

Law, James of Newberry District for the sum of $700 paid by John F. Knight sold 75 ¼A of land on Duncan Creek in Newberry and Laurens District being bound by lands of Reuben Flannagan, Brice Prater and James Duncan. Wit. June 14, 1821 by Archibald Irvin and James Swineford. Martha Law, wife of James, signed release of her dower rights. (pg. 161)

Lennore, Levicca and Culler Lindsey became in debt to pg. & Leavell on February 26, 1821 for $36. They used collateral of 2 cows, one calf, two feather beds, bedstead and furniture, a loom, 3 pots, a bay horse, 1 table. Wit. by J. W. Cunningham and Claron H. Lindsey. (pg. 151)

Lester, James Sr. of Newberry District for the sum of 5 shillings sterling sold to his son John Lester 50A of land originally granted to James Lester Sr. on June 6, 1785 lying on Big Creek. This is land adjoining the 200A given to son Abner Lester. Wit. January 1, 1795 by George Bridges, Robert Yeldell and Samuel Lester. (pg. 191)

Lester, John of Newberry District for the sum of $669 paid by Adam Peterbough sold 141A of land on Big Creek, adjoining the land of Robert Yelding, Sterns land and Abner Lester. Wit. August 4, 1806 by Henry Gray and Matthias Hair. Sarah Lester, wife of John Lester, signed release of her dower rights to the land. (pg. 193)

Lominick, Daniel and Margaret Lominick of Newberry District for the sum of $307 paid by Captain John Suber of Newberry District, sold 41A of land being part of a tract of 150A of land granted to Michael Lominick on Hellers Creek branch of Broad River. Wit. September 14, 1820 by Lewis Boatner. Margaret Lominick signed release of her dower rights to the land. (pg. 1)

Long, John of Newberry District for the sum of $105 paid by John Durham of Newberry District, sold 15A of land being part of a larger 250A tract originally granted William Dawkins on Second Creek Waters of Broad River— lands bound by David Tolbert, John Hall, Ody Cate and John Long. Wit. January 18, 1821 by Samuel Cannon and David Hatton. Elizabeth Long, wife of John, signed release of her dower rights. (pg. 94)

Long, Thomas of Newberry District for $1 and the natural love and affection for nephews Jacob Long, Bartholomew Long and Thomas Long of Newberry District, gave 50A of land on Camping Creek waters of Saluda River. Land was originally granted to Jacob and Elizabeth Long April 9, 1774 and later conveyed to Jacob Long, Bartholomew Long and Thomas Long of Newberry District by a deed of gift November 20, 1800 being reserved for the mother of the nephews during her lifetime. Wit. May 7, 1821 by Spencer C. Harrington and Y. J. Harrington. (pg. 62)

Lowry, Johnston of Newberry District for the sum of $714 paid by Alexander Lowry of Newberry District sold 230A of land on Hedley Branch of Indian Creek and bounded by lands of Robert Spence, William Davis and Johnston Lowry. Wit. November 17, 1812 by James McMorris and John Tolland. (pg. 169)

Manning, Jethroe of Newberry District for the sum of $3 800 paid by John Wise of Lexington District, sold 333 1/2A of land on north side of Saluda River, joining land of Charles Banks and George Lever. Wit. November 20, 1820 by George Wise, Fred Wise and Henry Lybrand.  Elizabeth Gnigsba (Greggsby)  signed release of her dower rights to the land — see pg. 201 (pg. 186)

Manning, Levi of Newberry District for the sum of $3800 paid by John Wise of Lexington District, sold 350A of land on north side of Saluda River, joining land of Jethro Manning, Wilkes B. Waters and Charles Banks. Wit. November 20, 1820 by George Wise, Fred Wise and Henry Lybrand. Elizabeth Gnigsba, signed release of her dower rights to the land. Susannah Manning, wife of Levi Manning, signed release of her dower rights to the land. (pg. 187)

Marbut, John of Newberry District for the sum of $500 paid to him or his son Phillip Marbut, by George Boozer of Newberry District, sold 63¼ A of land originally granted — 100 A to Jacob Roggers July 28, 1769. Wit. June 24, 1821 by James R. Wilson and John Stewart. Sarah Marbut, wife of John, signed release of her dower rights. (pg. 95)

McCool, Gabriel of Newberry District for the sum of$1100 paid by Henry O’Neall sold 223A of land on waters of Bush River. Said Tract of land was conveyed by Abijah O’Neall to Gabriel McCool on August 24, 1799 and recorded in Newberry District, Book I, pg. 312. Wit. September 6, 1806 by Hugh O’Neall, Elijah Jones and Wade Lindsey. Betty McCool, wife of Gabriel McCool, signed release of her dower rights to the land. (pg. 178)

McCord, Samuel of Newberry District for the sum of $300 paid to him, by Joseph McKee of Newberry District, sold 159A of land on Patterson Creek waters of Indian Creek. Wit. April 4, 1821 by Elenor Rhodes, Jerusha Williams and James Flanagan. Nancy McCord, wife of Samuel, signed release of her dower rights. (pg. 131)

McCracken, James of Newberry District for the sum of $30 paid by James Abram of Newberry District, sold 8A of land on Enoree River, originally granted to John McCracken and on September 17, 1810 conveyed to James McCracken. Wit. January 6, 1822 by James Abram Jr., James G. McCracken and James Flanagan. Margaret McCracken, wife of James McCracken, signed release of her dower rights to the land. (pg. 215)

McCullough, Robert of Newberry District for the sum of $361.60 paid by Thomas Wilmot and George D. Edwards of Newberry District, sold a house and lot of ground in Newberry Town where Wilmot & Edwards shoe store is managed, joining lots of Robert McCullough on the east, west by the home of William Gilliam, south a street leading from the public square and north by land of Robert McCullough. Amount to be paid in four years. Wit. February 15, 1822 by F. B. Higgins and James J. Caldwell. Eve Ruff, wife of Henry Ruff Jr. signed release of her dower rights to the land. (pg. 232)

McMaster, James deceased — his executor John Stark sold for the sum of $848 to Michael Kibler Sr. 120A of land, being part of two tracts: 1) — 100A originally granted to John Taylor August 1, 1762; 2) — a tract granted to James McMaster April 7, 1806 on waters of Cannon Creek — lands bounded by Edward Phillips, James Baity, Elizabeth Baity and John Boyce. Wit. October 22, 1819 by George Eigleberger and John Kibler (Johannes Quiblre). (pg. 31)

McNary, John McGrady 13 year old son of Patrick McNary, indentured himself voluntarily as an apprentice under David Giuun carriage maker until John McGrady McNary reaches the age of 21 years, from January 4, 1817, and promised to serve his master faithfully, causing no damage, waste, gamble, drink, etc. The Master promised to provide clothing, meat, drink, bedding, washing and 1 year of schooling. At the end of the apprenticeship the Master agreed to provide tools, $25 cash and a suit of clothing. Wit. November 6, 1817 by Y. J. Harrington. (pg. 98)

Miller, Jacob of Newberry District for the sum of $1 130 paid by George Egner of Newberry District, sold 113A of land being part of a tract of 200 A of land granted to George Ruff on May 15, 1772 on Broad River. The remainder of the tract held by Jacob Miller, annexed to Catherine Hill January 15, 1817 — lands bound by James Hell, John Dawkins, Lewis Hogg, John Crooks and Jacob Miller. Wit. March 12, 1821 by Samuel Glymph and Emanuel Suber. Mary Ann Miller, wife, signed release of her dower rights. (pg. 19)

Mooney, Israel of Newberry District because of $1,017 debt owed to Henry Boozer due November 1, placed his 137A plantation on Youngs Branch of Bush River as collateral payment. Land bounded by Peter Whiteman, Henry Boozer, Timothy Thomas Jr. Agreement voided when payment made. Wit. May 1, 1821 by Jacob Hawkins and James Kilgore. (pg. 57)

Murdock, John of Abbeville District for the sum of $625 paid by John Waidrop of Newberry District, 47 3/4A of land on Rocky Creek waters of Little River. Wit. January 29, 1821 by Cary Pitts, Thomas H. Murdock and John Mangum. Jean Murdock, wife of John, signed release of her dower rights. (pg. 140)

Murdock, William of Newberry District for the sum of $400 paid by John Murdock of Newberry District, sold 471/2A of land, being part of a 343A tract granted to Hamilton Murdock on December 2, 1793 on Reedy Creek waters of Little River, joining land of Stephen Herndon, Robert Mann, Thomas Reader. Wit. January 27, 1819 by John Floyd and William Burton. Nancy Murdock, wife of William Murdock signed release of her dower rights to the land. (pg. 229)

Nance, Frederick of Newberry District for the sum of $84 sold to James Galbreath of Newberry District 12A of land lying on waters of Bush River. Wit. December 23, 1820 by William Gilliam and A. Chambers — lands bound by Richard Rice, James Galbreath and John Kelly. Map on pg. 122. (pg. 121)

O’Dell, Thomas of Newberry District for the sum of $400 sold to William Whitmire of Newberry District a 20 year old mulatto woman named Cass and her first child, a boy not yet named. Wit. August 4, 1821 by James Flanagan and Margaret Flanagan. (pg. 189)

O’Neall, John B. for certain causes gave all his interest in slaves named Judah, Jinny and Betty to his mother Ann O’Neall during her life and at her death to his sisters Rebecca O’Neall and Sarah O’Neall. Wit. April 13, 1821 by Hugh O’Neall. (pg. 114)

O’Neall, John of Newberry District for the sum of $3500 paid by Walter Herbert of Newberry District, sold 407A of land on south side of Bush River where he now lives — lands bounded by Levi Hilburn, Henry O’Neall, Thomas Sheppard and Walter Herbert, Charles King and Frank Bugg, Jessie Dobbins and John Counce (Counts). Wit. October 29, 1818 by Thomas T. Cureton and Benson Jones. Hephzibah O’Neall, wife of John, signed release of her dower rights. Map included. (pg. 92)

O’Neall, Rebecca, daughter of Hannah O’Neall, sold to Hannah Frean wife of Thomas Frean and a granddaughter of Hannah O’Neall, a slave named Sally for the current value of said slave as directed by the will of Hannah O’Neall deceased. Hugh O’Neall and John B. O’Neall were executors of the Will of Hannah O’Neall. Wit. June 13, 1820. (pg. 116)

O’Neall, Scurry and Thomas Worthington of Newberry District for the sum of $350 paid by John Summers of Newberry District, sold 125-1/5A of land on small branch of Youngs Fork waters of Bush River, being the same tract mortgaged by William Summers Sr. to Henry O’Neall and Thomas Worthington on December23 1818 and given to the mortgages to sell and dispose by John Summers, Giles Chapman and Timothy Thomas and James Dennis. Wit. August 7, 1820 by John Lindsey and Joseph Summers. Map included (pg. 222)

Owen, John of Newberry District for the sum of $700 paid by David Hatton of Newberry District, sold 118A of land being part of a tract of land originally granted to John McBurney and George Montgomery on Second Creek waters of Broad River. Wit. January 10, 1821 by John Durham and John Cannon. (pg. 14) Sarah Owen of Newberry District, wife of John Owen, released her dower rights to the land. (pg. 16)

Owens, William deceased — the executors of his estate: Nancy Owens, widow, Charles Floyd and John Maxwell — for the sum of $1,062 paid by James Hill sold 118A of land on Peach Hill Creek waters of Saluda River part of land divided by John Caldwell on January 22, 1820 between William Owens and Robert Reed and recorded in Book J, pg. 201 and 202 on May 2, 1820. Wit. January 4, 1821 by Thomas A. Hinson and Tabitha Atkinson. (pg. 141)

Parham, Seth, with the consent of his father John Parham, indentured himself voluntarily as an apprentice under David Giuun carriage maker for 7 years from January 4, 1815, and promised to serve his master faithfully, causing no damage, waste, gamble, drink, etc. The Master promised to provide clothing, meat, drink, bedding, washing and six months of schooling. At the end of the apprenticeship the Master agreed to provide tools or $25 cash and a suit of clothing. Wit. July 27, 1815 by Y. J. Harrington. (pg. 97)

Patton, John of Newberry District for the sum of $2700 paid by Alexander Bell of Lexington District, sold 303 A of land on Enoree River in Newberry District being part of a tract of 23 A of land granted to Charles Littleton on August 7, 1786 and part of a tract granted to Widow Bonds and the Widow Stroops. Wit. March 14, 182 iby Michael Walsh and J. Brown. (pg. 22)

Peister, Sarah of Newberry District for the sum of $172 paid by John Caldwell of Newberry District sold 17 1/4A of land adjoining lands of Sarah Peister and John Caldwell, originally granted to Pearson. Wit. September 12, 1821 by Thomas Shell and Alexander Chambers. Map included. (pg. 156)

Pitts, Charles of Newberry District for the sum of $255 paid by Alexander Pouder, sold 50 1/2A of land on Sandy Run Creek waters of Little River, being part of a tract of 154A of land originally granted to Jacob Gray and then conveyed to John H. Williams — lands bound by Joseph Johnston, Widow Pitts, William Pitts. Wit. December 14, 1816 by David Butler, Thomas Butler and Providence Williams. Nancy Pitts, wife of Charles signed release of her dower rights. (pg. 137)

Prisock, John of Newberry District for the sum of $1,000 paid by Michael Kibler Sr. of Newberry District, sold 80 A of land being part of a 145A tract of land originally granted to James McMaster on March 17, 1775 on Cannon Creek. Wit. November 18, 1818 by Samuel Cannon and Ephraim Suber. Mary Prisock of Newberry District, wife of John Prisock, released her dower rights to the land. (pg. 13)

Rainey, Thomas lent to Jehue Weaver the sum of $4,000. Wit. March 21, 1821. Thomas Rainey and his wife Eleanor Rainey, sister of Jehue Weaver, had separated. An agreement was signed between the two that Thomas Rainey would not claim any of the property of Eleanor Rainey in their separation and would forgive the debt of Jehu, but that Eleanor could no longer make debts in the name of Thomas Rainey and she could not claim dower of his property should she survive him. If Eleanor Rainey did claim dower at his death then the legatees were to sue Eleanor and her brother for payments of debts- next two pgs. not filmed. (pg. 28)

Rhoads, Jonathan of Newberry District for the sum of $1550 paid by Samuel Epps sold 300A of land, being a part of several tracts joining on the southside of waters of Duncan Creek — lands bounded by Duncan Creek, Jonathan Rhoads, William Epps, John Epps, Samuel O’Casey and Andrew Hipp. Wit. January 13, 1821 by Pressley Rhoads and James Flanagan. Henrietta (Signed Hennettimaniah) Rhoads, wife of Jonathan, signed release of her dower rights. (pg. 135)

Rice, Richard of Newberry District for the sum of $1500 paid by John B. O’Neall of Newberry District, sold 160 3/4 A of land on Bush River, being part of several tracts: #1 — 100A conveyed from Robert Pemberton to Richard Rice on August 11, 1812; #2 — 6¼A of land conveyed from Jesse Julian to T. Richard Rice by deed September 12, 1812; #3 — 41¼A conveyed by Frederick Nance to Richard Rice on August 23, 1814. Wit. January 29, 1822 by Thomas Pratt and John S. Carwile. Eliza J. Rice, wife of Richard Rice signed release of her dower rights to the land. (pg. 231)

Richardson, Peter of Newberry District for the sum of $354 paid by Jacob Cook sold 59A of land originally surveyed for Frederick Seifer on September 16, 1770 on Cannon Creek waters of Broad River — lands bound by Michael Kibler and Harmon Aul. Wit. March 19, 1821 by Lyddleton Smith and Robert Muffett Jr. Catherine Richardson, wife of Peter, signed release of her dower rights. (pg. 139)

Riley, John Jr. of Newberry District for the sum of $142 paid by Jacob Cromer of Newberry District, sold 16A of land on Second Creek — lands bound by Jacob Cromer, Henry Ruff, William Yarborough, John Riley. Wit. July 31, 1820 by Mathias Cromer and Samuel Cannon. (pg. 63)

Ringer, George of Newberry District for the sum of $259 paid to him by John Mitts of Newberry District, sold 16A of land which was a part of 78 1/4A of land originally devised to John Oxner deceased in 1774 — lands bounded by Freed Negro Fulkers Nance, John Mitts, Emanuel Glymph and George Ringer. Wit. July 17, 1821 by Adam Mitts (Metz)and Michael Oxner. Nancy Ringer, wife of George, signed release of her dower rights. (pg. 110)

Rogers, Samuel of Newberry District for the sum of $200 paid by William Wright, son of Nathan Wright, sold 100A of land being a part of 150A originally granted to David W. Loran by Lieut. Gov. William Bull. Land lies on the north side of Big Saluda River and later conveyed to Tobias Myers and from Myers to Gassaway Rogers and after the death of Rogers was sold by writ of division and purchased by Samuel Rogers. Wit. July 1, 1819 by William Marshal and Benjamin Lindsey. Mary Rogers, wife of Samuel Rogers, signed release of her dower rights to the land. (pg. 180)

Ruff, George of Newberry District was in debt to Francis Rutherford for $600 plus interest due by December 25, 1823. To raise the money for the debt he sold, for the sum of $600 paid by Francis Ruff of Newberry District, two slaves named Mina and Harriet with the condition that should the sale price be repaid to Francis Ruff, then the slave sale would be null and void. Wit. December 20, 1820 by Green W. Kelly and John Crook. (pg. 87)

Ruff, Henry Jr. of Newberry District for the sum of $221.25 paid by Henry Ruff Sr. of Newberry District, sold 44¼A of land on small branch of Reedy Creek waters, joining land of David Cromer, Henry Ruff Jr., Henry Ruff Sr., and Adam Counts, John Caldwell. Wit. January 26, 1822 by Adam Koon and Adam Counts. Eve Ruff, wife of Henry Ruff Jr. signed release of her dower rights to the land. (pg. 223)

Shell, Elizabeth of Newberry District for the natural love and affection she had for her son George B. Herbert of the State of ALA, gave a male slave named Jacob. George B. Herbert was to receive possession of the slave at the time of her death. Wit. by William pg. on July 19, 1821. (pg. 150)

Sheppard, Thomas T. of Newberry District for the sum of $600 paid by Jacob Hunt of Newberry District sold 78 1/2A of land on Bush River. Wit. November 7, 1821 by William F. Herbert and W. Herbert. Elizabeth B. Sheppard, wife of Thomas T. Sheppard, signed release of her dower rights to the land. Map on pg. 199 (pg. 200)

Sloan, John of Newberry District and Abigail Sloan his wife for natural love and affection gave to his son Richard Sloan of Newberry District, 100A of land on Gilders Creek branch of Indian Creek, being part of a tract of land originally granted to John Valentine Latener and conveyed by him to David Boyd who conveyed the land to John Sloan on March 7, 1815 and recorded in Newberry District registrar Book N, pg 121-122 on July 25, 1815. Wit. April 5, 1821 by William Gilliam and Isaac Jones. Abigail Sloan signed release of her dower rights. (pg. 38)

Sloan, John of Newberry District and Abigail Sloan his wife for natural love and affection gave to his son James Sloan of Newberry District, 102A of land on Gilders Creek branch of Indian Creek, being part of two tracts of land: 1) - 194 A originally granted to John Johnston and 2) a part of 20A on Indian Creek surveyed for John Sloan. Wit. April 5, 1821 by William Gilliam and Isaac Jones. Abigail Sloan signed release of her dower rights. (Map in papers) (pg. 41)

Sloan, John of Newberry District and Abigail Sloan his wife for natural love and affection gave to his daughter Catherine Caldwell wife of George Caldwell, of Newberry District, 102A of land on Gilders Creek, being part of two tracts of land: 1) 194A originally granted to John Johnston and 2) a part of 20A on Indian Creek surveyed for John Sloan. Wit. April 5, 1821 by William Gilliam and Isaac Jones. Abigail Sloan signed release of her dower rights. (Map in papers) (pg. 39)

Smith, Mark of Newberry District for the sum of $1320 paid by Abraham Young of Newberry District, sold 264A of land on waters of Camping Creek, being a part of 1,000A of land granted to John Giglehoof part of a tract granted to Francis McMaster and also part of a tract granted to Arthur Carmichael. Wit. February 17, 1821 by Jacob Bedenbaugh and Francis Hatton Jr. Sarah Smith released her dower rights to the land. (pg. 55)

Spence, Robert Jr. and John Hinton of Newberry District for the sum of $300 paid by Alexander Lowry of Newberry District sold 103A of land on Headley’s Branch of Indian Creek bound by lands of John Swineford — conveyed by Richard Bennett to Robert Spence Jr. and John Hinton. Wit. November 18, 1812 by John Tolland and Andrew Spence. (pg. 170)

Spence, Samuel Jr. of Newberry District for the sum of $675 paid to him by Samuel Spence Sr. of Newberry District, sold 56A of land originally granted to Azariah Pugh and conveyed to Samuel Gauntt and conveyed to Lydia Pugh July 16,18 14, recorded in Registrar’s Office of Newberry District, Book P, pg. 109 and 110 on June 1, 1818 and conveyed by Lydia Pugh to Samuel Spence Jr. by deed on August 28, 1819 in Book Q, pg. 52 September 18, 1819. Wit. July 10, 1821 by Thomas Shell and James Fernandis. (pg. 102)

Stephens, James of Newberry District for the sum of $2000 paid by Edward Stephens of Newberry District, sold 284A of land on Beaverdam waters of Saluda River, joining lands of John Masonele, Richard Wright, John Galloway, Sarah Longshore, Euclidus Longshore and John Lewis, conveyed by Andrew and John Masonele to James Stephens. Wit. December 22, 1821 by William Thomas and William Turner. Charlotte Stephens, wife of James Stephens, signed release of her dower rights to the land. (pg. 204)

Stephens, John for the sum of $37.50 paid by David Peterson sold 2A of land on Saluda River — lands bounded by Stephen Bowers, Thomas Long and others. Wit. June 2, 1820 by Edward Stephens and Benjamin F. Long. (pg. 78)

Stewart, Charles L. and his wife Mary Stewart for the sum of $484.83 paid by Abram Young of Newberry District, sold 143A of land on waters of Camping Creek and Cannon Creek branches of Saluda and Broad Rivers — lands bounded by Stephen Bowers, Thomas Long and others. The land was originally granted to William and Isaac Morsak and conveyed to C. L. Stewart and wife Mary. Wit. April 13, 1821. Mary Stewart released her dower rights to the land. (pg. 69)

Stockman, George blacksmith of Newberry District, for the sum of $300 paid by John Folk planter of Newberry District, sold 50A of land by Crims Creek waters of Broad River originally conveyed to Frederick Sheffer — lands bounded by Susannah Clapp and John Folk. Wit. December 13, 1820 by Jacob Dickert and Hannah Dickert. (pg. 84)

Stockman, George of Newberry District, for the sum of $100 paid by John Adam Folk, sold 211A of land originally conveyed to Frederick Sheffer on December 1, 1772 by waters of Crims Creek — lands bounded by John Folk. Wit. January 9, 1813 by John Ziegler, Nicholas Kinard and John Folk. Hannah Stockman, wife of George, signed  release of her dower rights. (Map of the land) (pg. 81)

Stockman, Peter Sr. of Newberry District for $1 and the natural love and affection he had for his son George Stockman of Newberry District, gave two male slaves: 45 years old Bob and 45 years old Simon — to have possession of slaves upon his death. Wit. February 19, 1821 by Samuel D. Cannon and David Cannon Sr. (pg. 124)

Stockman, Peter Sr. of Newberry District for love and affection and $l given by Elizabeth Suber, the wife of Solomon Suber, of Newberry District, gave a 5-year-old slave named Jesse and a 2-year-old slave named Charles. Wit. September 17, 1821 by John Riser and John Suber. (pg. 6)

Stockman, Peter Sr. of Newberry District for the sum $10 paid by George Stockman of Newberry District, sold 200A of land originally granted to Frederick Sheffer January 20, 1773 by Charles Gallenlagen and recorded in the Secretary’s Office in Book NNN, pg. 435 on Crims Creek waters of Broad River. Lands bounded by Christopher Remisrestin, Waloreth Bachman, Jacob Folk, Henry Habolt and Adam Irming.  Wit. October 20, 1804 by Peter Dickert and John Hampton. Barbara Stockman, wife of Peter, signed release of her dower rights. (pg. 125)

Stockman, Peter Sr. of Newberry District for the sum $100 paid by George Stockman of Newberry District, sold 30A of land, part of a larger tract of 86A originally granted to Aberher A. Swedenbury June 5, 1786 on Crims Creek waters. Wit. February 19, 1821 by David Cannon and Samuel D. Cannon. (pg. 124)

Stockman, Peter Sr. of Newberry District for the sum $4 paid by John Folk of Newberry District, sold 1 acre of land, a part of a larger tract originally granted to Andrew Bodder on Crims Creek waters of Broad River. Wit. February 17, 1814 by George Stockman and John Wadingman. (pg. 85)

Stockman, Peter Sr. of Newberry District for the sum $54 paid by John Folk of Newberry District, sold 3A of land originally granted to Bellinger on Crims Creek waters of Broad River — lands bound by John Folk and Henry Stockman. Wit. September 17, 1821 by John Riser and John Suber. (pg. 83)

Stockman, Peter Sr. of Newberry District for the sum of $2500 paid by Elizabeth Suber, the wife of Solomon Suber, of Newberry District, sold 217A of land being part of three tracts: 1) — part of a tract of 175A of land surveyed July 4 1775, 2) — part of a tract of 86A granted to Abram Sweatenbury on June 5, 1786 and 3) — part of a tract of 17A granted to Peter Stockman on February 2, 1807 on the waters of Crims Creek. Wit. March 9, 1821 by John Riser and John Suber. (pg. 5)

Suber, Conrad of Newberry District for the sum of $636 paid by John Suber of Newberry District, sold 106A of land which is part of 200A originally granted to George Suber deceased and being the part of the land given to Conrad Suber by his deceased father, situated on Hellers Creek waters of Broad River — land bound by John Suber, Conrad Suber, James Red and Widow Suber. Wit. March 27, 1821 by Jacob Suber and Samuel Cannon. Rebecca Suber, wife of Conrad, signed release of her dower rights. (pg. 90)

Suber, Conrad of Newberry District for the sum of $971 paid by James R. Wood of Fairfield District sold 160A of land and a female slave named Barbara. This property was mortgaged by Conrad Suber for a debt owed to James R. Wood. Wit. June 22, 1821 by Thomas G. Kelly and Lewis Hogg. (pg. 168)

Suber, Solomon  of Newberry District for the sum of $800 paid by Abraham Harrel of Newberry District, sold 80A of land being part of a 100A tract of land originally granted to Joseph Caldwell deceased on Cannon Creek waters of Broad River — lands bound by Peter Stockman, Samuel Caldwell, Jacob Counts and Henry Stockman. Wit. December 11, 1820 by John Suber and Sam Cannon. Elizabeth Suber, of Newberry District, wife of Solomon Suber, released her dower rights to the land. (pg. 8)

Thomas, Benjamin was $303.32 in debt to Samuel Kindall. On the third Monday in March 1821 the sheriff, John S. Carwile sold 165A of land on Bush River belonging to Benjamin Thomas to Christopher Whitman for $312—lands adjoining Jesse Gary, Robert McAdams and John Thomas Sr. Wit. July 9, 1821 by James Sheppard and J. W. Kinard. (pg. 100)

Tinsley, Arthur of Newberry District for the sum of $1800 paid by David Thomas and John Maxwell of Newberry District sold 123 1/2A of land on Saluda River. This property was part ofajudgment October term 1818 in the case of A. Tinsley vs Arthur Tinsley — land bound by David Peterson, James Gregg and John Sheppard. Wit. January 26, 1821 by Alexander Chambers and Y. J. Harrington. Catherine Tinsley, wife of Arthur, signed release of her dower rights. (pg. 74)

Todd, Andrew of Newberry District for the sum of $200 paid by Henry Wood of Newberry District, sold 83A of land on waters of King Creek, joining lands of Widow Todd, David Chambers and Jacob King — part of original 300 A conveyed to Francis Davis and conveyed to Nathan Todd and then to Andrew Todd. Wit. January 7, 1822 by John Richardson and William Houston. Peggy Todd, wife Andrew Todd, signed release of her dower rights to the land. (pg. 206)

Todd, Nathan of Laurens District for the sum of $100 paid by Andrew Todd of Newberry District, sold 83A of land on a branch of Kings Creek originally granted to Francis Davis for 300A and conveyed to John Adkins and then to Charles Wilson and then to Richard Tear and then to Nathaniel Todd. Lands bound by Widow Todd, David Chalmers and Jacob King. Wit. November 19, 1816 by Thomas Todd and Samuel Todd. (pg. 111)

Todd, Samuel of Newberry District for the sum of $200 paid by Robert Maffett of Newberry District, sold 17A and 60 perches of land. Wit. February 22, 1820 by John Todd, Dan Tolbert and John McCollam. (pg. 59)

Turner, Fanny of Newberry District for love and affection for her two sons William Turner and David Turner of Newberry District, 100A of land adjoining Saluda River, being 1/3 of the land of her deceased husband John Turner deceased provided she was given a lifetime estate — lands bound by David Peterson and David Turner. Wit. April 9, 1821 by Fanny Stewart and Henry Coate Lance. (pg. 58)

Wadlington, Jesse of Newberry District for the sum of $236.67 paid by Aaron Haynie, sold 28 7/10A of land originally granted to Brazzleman and Edren Thumbner. Wit. February 17, 1821 by A. H. Pope and Bailey Wadlington. Mary Wadlington, wife of Jesse Wadlington, signed release of her dower rights to the land. (pg. 185)

Waters, Wilkes Berry of Newberry District for the sum of $1420 paid by John Derrick of Lexington District sold 145A of land on Saluda River, adjoining the land of Francis Hatton, David Richardson. Wit. December 19, 1820 by Samuel Harmon, George Derrick and Andrew Derrick. Nancy Waters, wife of Wilkes Berry Waters, signed release of her dower rights to the land. (pg. 196)

Watts, William of Newberry District and William Jones executed two separate Bills on November 27, 1818 to Martin J. Gracy. 1) - $100 payable after 12 months 2) - $225 payable after 2 years. Security of the payment of the debt was given with all the 40A of land belonging to William Jones on Bush River bounded on all sides by Francis Pitts, Elizabeth Werts, Thomas Leverette and Joseph Johnston; also a 45 year old slave named Dick; a cow, a 14 year old chestnut sorrel mare, featherbed and furniture, 14 head of hogs. Wit. John Watts and Christopher Whitman. (pg. 162)

Wearts, George Henry of Newberry District for the sum of $100 paid by Adam Wearts sold 140A of land being part of two tracts: 1) — tract granted to David Richardson October 16, 1772; 2) — tract granted to William Jay on August 14, 1772 — on Beaverdam Creek waters of Saluda River and joined to lands of Dempsey Cothran, Gregg, John Stephens, George H. Wearts, Adam Wearts, John Wearts. Wit. April 15, 1821 by J. Jacob Wearts and John B. Byerly. Mrs. Wearts, wife of George Henry Wearts, signed release of her dower rights to the land. (pg. 176)

West, William of Newberry District was $35.25 in debt to James Kilgore. He placed household and kitchen furniture as collateral to the debt. If said debt was paid prior to December 25, 1821 then the agreement was null and void. Much detail in his list of things used for collateral. Wit. February 16, 1821 by Peter Hawkins. (pg.77)

Wicker, Christian owed to Henry Ruff Jr. several IOU’s of $250 each. Michael Wicker was surety for the debts. To ensure payment of the debts Christian Wicker placed 140A of his land as collateral. Wit. August 20, 1821 by J. A. Johnson and John Caldwell. (pg. 217)

Wilmot, Thomas and George D. Edwards, otherwise known as Wilmot & Edwards for the sum of $275.91 sold to Elizas Hall & Co. otherwise.known as Elizas Hall, Chauncey Hall and Joseph P. Camp of Columbia their executors, admin.s and assignees, all that certain house and piece of ground in the within lease from Robert McCullough to Thomas Wilmot and George Edwards. Wit. February 15, 1822 by James J. Caldwell, James E. Shell. (pg. 233)

Wilson, Benjamin of Buncombe County NC for the sum of $600 paid by Joseph Duckett of Newberry District, sold 214A of land between Duncan Creek waters and Enoree River, joining land of Col. Benjamin Herendon deceased, Nathan Neighbors, Jonas Duckett, Joseph Duckett deceased, John Watson, James Roberts, Thomas Stock. Wit. December 26, 1821 by Hillary Masters and Benjamin Duckett. (pg. 228)

Wilson, John and Janet Wilson the widow of John Wilson deceased, for the sum of $994.50 paid by David Reid, sold 100 ¼A of land, being part of two tracts of land: 1) — 200A granted to Joseph Dennis September 9, 1774; 2) — 100 A granted to Frederick Gray on June 6 1785. Lands are bounded by David Reid, Wagon Road, John Boyd, Martha Spence, and John Moore — on waters of Cannon Creek called Jacob’s Fork. Wit. July 27, 1821 by Marmaduke Coate and William Smith. Mary Wilson, wife of John Wilson, signed release of her dower rights. (pg. 149) Map for the deed is on pg. 202.

Wilson, Robert of Heywood County NC for the sum of $200 paid by Benjamin Wilson of Buncombe County NC, sold 214A of land on Duncan Creek of waters of Enoree River bounded by land of Col. Benjamin Bengarvines Herndon deceased, Nathan Neighbor, Josiah Duckett, estate of Joseph Duckett deceased, John Watson, Col. Benjamin Duckett, estate of James Stack, Robert Stack and Thomas Stack. Wit. May 7, 1821 by Benjamin Duckett and James Neighbors. Map included. (pg. 164)

Wood, James of Newberry District for the sum of $1,000 paid by Young John Harrington of Newberry District sold 202A of land on a small branch of Bush River bounded by James McGerns, Y. J. Harrington, Joseph Campbell, and others - annexed by deed from Frederick Gray to David Morgan and Thomas Morgan bearing date October 25, 1811, recorded in Registrar Book O, pg. 53 and conveyed from David Morgan to James Wood by deed August 4, 1817 and recorded in Book O, pg. 305 on October 6, 1817. Wit. June 4, 1821 by William Muckle and Richard L. Cannon. Mary Wood, wife of James, signed release of her dower rights. (pg. 152)

Worthington, John of Newberry District for the sum of$1300 paid by Thomas Worthington of Newberry District, sold 191A of land on small branch of Beaverdam Creek waters of Big Saluda River, joining land of Dempsey Cothran, Francis Gregg, John McGary, John Marshall and Thomas Worthington. Wit. February 1, 1819 by Reuben C. Worthington and John B. O’Neall. Map included (pg. 220)

Wright, William of Newberry District, Trustee appointed by the Society of Friends or Quakers at Bush River for and in behalf of Negroes set free by Thomas Wadsworth deceased, in consideration, for the sum of $138.50 paid by Hugh K. Boyd of Newberry District, sold 33A of land originally granted to John Coate on the waters of Beaverdam Creek. Land bound by J. Chandler and J. Harp. Wit. May 7, 1821 by John Ricard and Matthew Brooks. (pg. 61)

Wright, William of Newberry District, Trustee appointed by the Society of Friends or Quakers at Bush River for and in behalf of Negroes set free by Thomas Wadsworth deceased, in consideration, for the sum of $138.50 paid by Israel Chandler of Newberry District, sold 33A of land originally granted to John Coate on the waters of Beaverdam Creek — land bound by David Boyd, Hugh Boyd and John Harp. Wit. May 7, 1821 by John Ricard and Matthew Brooks. (pg. 65)

Yarborough, William of Newberry District for the sum of $12 paid by Jacob Cromer of Newberry District, sold 1A of land on Second Creek, a part of a larger tract of 200A of land granted to Patrick Riley — lands bound by William Yarborough and J. Cromer. Wit. February 5, 1819 by John Riley and Samuel Cannon. Jane Yarborough, wife of William signed release of her dower rights. (pg. 64)

Yarborough, William of Newberry District was $154.75 in debt to Cromer & Johnston — Sheriff John S. Carwile sold on Third Monday in October 1820, 100A of land on Second Creek, to Jacob Cromer for $155. Wit. March 8, 1821 by Thomas Shell and Mathias Cromer. (pg. 71)

Yon, Jacob of Newberry District for the sum of $525 paid by Martin Kinard of Newberry District, sold 47A of land on Cannon Branch waters originally granted to Senior Riddlehuber — lands bound by Ruff’s Ferry, Martin Kinard and Adam Metts. Wit. February 12, 1819 by James Hughey and Adam Wicker. Sally Yon, wife of Jacob, signed release of her dower rights. (pg. 88)

Young, Samuel of Abbeville District for the sum of $110 paid by David Cannon of Newberry District, sold 90A of land in Ninety Six District on Reedy Branch waters originally granted to James Young — lands bound by John Counts, M. Gervas, Alexander White and William Bovey. Wit. January 23, 1821 by Job Martin and Archibald Fair. Emma Young, wife of Samuel, signed release of her dower rights. (pg. 79)

 


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