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Early Records of Georgia

Volume 1, Wilkes County

abstracted and compiled by Grace Gillam Davidson,

published in 1933 at Macon, GA

 Submitted by Christina Palmer

Thank you to Donna & CJ Crawford & Jennifer Reddish for your transcription assistance.

 

DEED BOOK "C C"—BADLY WORN

No Index-1787

 

  Page 1—BAKER, ABSOLOM and wife Mary of  ——-  Co. N. C. to Samuel Harper of Wilkes Co., 300 acres on the Ogeechee, orig. grant 1785 to said Baker. Reg. Apr. 3, 1787. Wm. Downs, James Lowery, Test.  
     
  Page 2—LUMPKIN, GEORGE and wife Ann to Vines Collier 400 acres on Buffalo creek orig. grant to said Geo. by Samuel Elbert, Gov. 1786.  
     
  Page 3—BATES, JOHN to Geo. Tucker 200 acres. 1786. Hugh Jones, Joel Phillips, Test.  
     
  Page 4—LUMPKIN, GEORGE and wife Ann to Geo. Young of Va., 400 acres on Buffalo creek orig. grant 1785 to said Lumpkin. 1786.  
     
  Page 5—LUMPKIN, GEORGE and wife Ann to Joshua Davis land on Long creek adj. Robt. Parks, Geo. Young, Wm. Foster, Jonathan Beard and Seth Stubblefield. 1786. Robt. Lumpkin, John. King, Test.  
 

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  Page 6—LUMPKIN, GEORGE and wife Ann to to John Lumpkin 500 acres on Buffalo creek orig. grant 1785 to said Geo. 1786.  
     
  Page 7—LUMPKIN, GEORGE and wife Ann to Vinson Greer 150 acres on Buffalo creek adj. Moses Going, Daniel Bankston, orig. grant 1785. 1786.  
     
  Page 8—LUMPKIN, GEORGE and wife Ann to James Greer 600 acres on Buffalo creek adj. Vines Collier and John Lumpkin. Apr. 15, 1786.  
     
  Page 9—COLLIER, VINES and wife Sarah to James Echols sale of land. May 10, 1786. Rowland Williams, Wm. and Martha Hammett, Test.  
     
  Page 10—OLIVER, DIONISIOUS and wife Mary Ann to John F. Thompson, two lots in Petersburg on the west side of Front St., agreeable to a plan laid off and exhibited to the purchasers, containing half an acre 40 yards on Front St. and 55 yards outwards. Apr. 27, 1786. J. Walker, J. P.  
     
  Page 10—BRADLEY, ABRAHAM and his mother Jean Bradley to David Adams 100 acres on Wahatchee creek. May 8, 1786. Chas. Williams, Samuel Whitaker, Test.  
     
  Page 11—BRADLEY, ABRAHAM and his mother Jean Bradley to Thos. Burton Lot No. 38 in Petersburg which lies on the west side thereof May 1786. Walker Richardson, Test.  
     
  Page 12—BRADLEY, JOSHUA and wife Jane to David Adams land on Warhatchie creek. July 26, 1785. Thos. Whitaker, Test.  
     
  Page 13—MIDDLETON, HUGH and wife Lucy of Edgefield Co. S. C., to Isaac Herbert of Ga., 100 acres on Savannah river adj. Aaron Burleston. (???) 26, 1786. Newel Walton, Robt. Jinnings, Test.  
     
  Page 14—OLIVER, DIONYSIUS and wife Mary Ann to Wm. Thompson, four lots, three in Petersburg one on west side of Front St. adj No. 2, one marked 8 & 6 on Front St., and No. 41 on 2nd. St. July 26, 1786. Robt. Thompson, John Oliver, Test.  
     
  Page 14—OLIVER, DIONYSIUS and wife Mary Ann to Henry Caldwell Lot No. 14 on west side of  Front St. Petersburg. 1786.  
     
  Page 15—TWEEDLE, BENJAMIN of Wilkes Co., to Samuel Emmison of Lincoln Co. N. C., 150 acres on Broad river including the forks of the same adj. John Fergus. July 1, 1786. David Adams, Francis Beatty, Test.  
     
  Page 16—JACK, JAMES and wife Margaret to David Hillhouse a lot on the courthouse square. Feb. 3, 1787.  
     
  Page 17—FIELDER, JOHN and wife Nancy to Benj. Blake land on ————  
 

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  creek orig. grant 1785 to said Fielder. July 10, 1786. James Hutchinson, Martin Nall, Henry Hill, Test.  
     
  Page 18—SNEAD, JOHN and wife Mary to David Gunnels 120 acres on both sides of Long creek part of which said Snead purchased of Jos. Gunnels. Sept. 3, 1786.  
     
  Page 20—COMMISSIONERS of town of Washington, Micajah Williamson, Geo. Matthews, John King to Thos. Peter Carnes, Lot. No. 48 one acre. Dec. 6, 1786.  
     
  Page 21—GORHAM, JOHN and wife Jane to Wm. Moon 200 acres. Oct. 9, 1785. Micajah Williamson, J. P., Jos. Cook, Test.  
     
  Page 22—ROSE, THOMAS and wife Sarah to John Farley Thompson 200 acres on Coodys creek a branch of Broad river adj. said Thompson. Dec. 8, 1786.  
     
  Page 23—OLIVER, DIONYSIUS and wife Mary Ann to Bryant Ward, Lot Nos. 65, 67, 69 and 72 on 2nd. St. in Petersburg for L35 of Ga. money. Dec. 30, 1786. James Shepperd, J. P.  
     
  Page 23—OLIVER, DIONYSIUS and wife Mary Ann to Wm. Watkins two lots in Petersburg No. 10 and 12. Mar. 30. 1787. John Oliver, Nathaniel Hudson, Samuel Watkins, Test.  
     
  Page 24—TALBOT, JOHN of Wilkes Co. to Wm. Branch of Chesterfield Co. Va., 700 acres on both sides of Uptons creek orig. grant 1786 to said Talbot. Mar. 24, 1787.  
     
  Page 25—CANDLER, ELIZABETH and Henry, Admrs. of Wm. Candler, dec'd. of Richmond Co., to James Buford of Bedford Co. Va., land on Shoulderbone creek according to orig. grant 1784 to said Wm. Sept. 25, 1786. John Talbot, Barnes Clarke, James Hillyer, Test.  
     
  Page 26—MOSBY, LITTLEBERRY, Jr. of Powhatan Co. Va., power of atty. to John Talbot of Wilkes Co., for all business, but especially to convey to Thos. Glascock of Richmond Co., all the land which I may have granted me for services in Ga. Sept. 8, 1786. Richard Mosby, Thos. Murray, Test.  
     
  Page 27—McGINTY, ROBERT and wife Deborah to Edward Butler 300 acres on south side of Little river whereon said McGinty now lives, orig. grant 1785 to McGinty. Nov. 24, 1786. Peter Terrell, Thomas Terrell, John Wingfield, J. P., Test.  
     
  Page 28—EDDS, MARY planter, to Churchill Hooper 150 acres adj. Thos. Hooper and John Gambol. Nov. 10, 1785.  
     
  Page 30—EARLY, JACOB and wife Elizabeth to Wm. Hammett 820 acres on Kettle creek, orig. grant 1785 to said Jacob. Apr. 26, 1787. Buckner Harris, Test.  
 

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  Page 31—CALL, RICHARD to Thos. Glasscock, both of Augusta, 600 acres in Wilkes Co., purchased by said Richard from ——— Freeman. Nov. 12, 1786. Will and John Stith, Test.  
     
  Page 32—LEGGETT, ABNER and wife Prudence to David Gunnells, 150 acres on Fishing creek, orig. grant 1784 to said Leggett. Jan 27, 1787.  
     
  Page 33—BENTLY, WILLIAM to Philemon Bird, 300 acres on Little river adj. John Bell according to orig. grant to said Bentley. Jan. 1787. Daniel Price, Balaam Bentley, Job Bird, Test.  
     
  Page 34—PERKINS, BENJAMIN to Wm. Stokes 300 acres adj. Jones McClendons and West's land and John O'Neal orig. grant 1785 to said Perkins. Apr. 7, 1787.  
     
  Page 35—CARTER, NANCY MARTIN to Thos. Carter 571 1/2 acres on the waters of Beaverdam creek for L200. Jan. 6, 1787. John Cunningham, J. P., Reuben White, Test.  
     
  Page 35—OLIVER, DIONYSIUS and wife Mary Ann to Robt. Watkins, five lots in Petersburg Nos. 9, 11 and 19 on east side of Front St., No. 34 on west side of Front St. Mar. 30, 1787. John Oliver, Nathaniel Hudson, Samuel Watkins, Test.  
     
  Page 36—GAMBLE, JOHN and wife Elizabeth to Wm. Thompson, Sr., 200 acres on Bertrams creek adj. Wm. Sr. and Jr. Thompson. Mar. 15, 1787.  
     
  Page 37—STITH, WILLIAM. Jr. Atty at Law of Augusta, to Peter Carnes, Atty. at Law of Edgefield Co. S. C., 10 acres adj. the commons of the town of Washington, bought of Josiah Cole 1786. Apr. 9, 1787.  
     
  Page 38—AYRES, THOMAS of Richmond Co., to Isaac Williams of Wilkes Co., 575 acres on Buffalo creek Washington Co. Mar. 31, 1787.  
     
  Page 39—RUTLEDGE, JAMES and wife Ann to Thos. Dukes 360 acres on Long creek, part of a larger grant to Geo. Lumpkin. Mar. 19, 1787. John Holmes, Josiah Jordan, Test.  
     
  Page 40—NEWSOM, CLABURN and wife Hester to Hugh Rees, one half of 100 acres adj. orig. grant 1786 to said Newsom. June 20, 1786. James McCormick, J. P., Jonathan Burson, Wm. Glover, Test.  
     
  Page 41—HOLLINGSWORTH, MARY to Jos. McMath 100 acres adj. Burkhalter, orig. grant 1785 to said Mary. Aug. 21, 1786. John Burkhalter, —— Newsom, Test.  
     
  Page 42—BUSSEY, HEZEKIAH to Robt. Moses, Sr., planters 400 acres at the head of Bryan creek adj. Solomon Newsom, "being the identical land on which said Robt. Moses now lives". Feb. 9, 1787. Stephen Renfroe, John Moses, Drewry Mims, Test.  
     
 

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  Page 44—BURNETT, JOHN of the state of Ga., to John Freeman of Wilkes Co. Ga., 575 acres on both sides of Oconee river in Washington Co. adj. Samuel Smith. Apr. 14, 1785.  
     
  Page 46—McGEHEE, THOMAS of N. C., to Geo. Freeman of Wilkes Co., planters, 575 acres on Big creek Washington Co. Mar. 8, 1785. Holmon and John Freeman, Test.  
     
  Page 49—CLARKE, ELIJAH of Wilkes Co. to Wm. Freeman of Augusta 600 acres in Wilkes Co., adj. Duncan Bohannon, Richard Call and Francis Stripling, part of a larger grant to said Clarke. Mar. 24, 1787.  
     
  Page 50—WALKER, SANDERS and wife Sarah to Humphrey Ballard, land on Fishing creek adj. John Milner, John Edwards and Abner Leggett, orig grant 1784 to said Walker. Feb. 18, 1787. John Ray, Test.  
     
  Page 51—HAMMETT, WILLIAM to John Fling 200 acres on both sides of ———- creek, orig. grant 1784 to said Wm. Nov. 9, 1786.  
     
  Page 51—PATTERSON, JOHN of ——- Co., to James Finley of Wilkes Co., 575 acres in Washington Co. adj. Absolom Davis. Aug. 6, 1785. Wm. Brady, David Mitchell, Test.  
     
  Page 53—BLACK, EDWARD to Daniel Grant 20 acres on Little river. Dec. 21, 1786. John Pinkston, James Scarlett, Thos. Grant, Test.  
     
  Page 54—SCARLETT, JAMES and wife Elizabeth to Daniel Grant 750 acres on north side of Little river. Sold for Va. currency. Jan. 31, 1785.  
     
  Page 55—LIPHAM, FREDERICK and wife Priscilla to Daniel Grant 200 acres on Little river. Mar. 9, 1785. Wm. Cureton, James Scarlett, Thos. Grant, Test.  
     
  Page 56—TOMLINSON, DAVID to Hugh Blair, both of Richmond Co., 200 acres on Clarks Fork of Long creek, orig. grant 1785 to James Denly. May 12, 1786.  
     
  Page 57—HARVEY, JOHN of Wilkes Co., to Robt. Beesley of Lunenburg Co. Va., 537 1/2 acres on Fishing creek Wilkes Co. Jan. 7, 1785. Thomas, Daniel and Fanney Grant, Test.  
     
  Page 58—MUSE, WILLIAM SEALS and wife Judith Seals Muse to Laurence Bankston 200 acres on a branch of Kettle creek adj. Mary McNabb, whereon said Bankston now lives, orig. grant 1785 to said Muse. Nov. 2, 1785.  
     
  Page 59—DUNCAN, SAMUEL and wife Mary to Wm. Elder, 200 acres on Kettle creek adj. Nathaniel Bulloch and Wm. Pollard. Mar. 1, 1787. Harwood Goodwyn, Wm. Harley, Test.  
 

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  Page 60—DAVIDSON, JOHN to Alex. Johnson Spiers, both of Augusta 3500 acres on Rocky creek Wilkes Co., confiscated property of William Manson, sold to said Davidson by the Commissioners. May 1, 1787. Chas. Goodwin, John Currie, Edward Keating, Test.  
     
  Page 61—SPIERS, ALEX. J., declares himself trustee for Patrick Crookshanks and his heirs, merchant of Ga.  
     
  Page 62—HARRIS, WALTON to Richard Moore 260 acres on Kettle creek formerly the property of and granted to Wm. Evans, now in possession of said Walton Harris, which land was shown by Buckner Harris and ——-  Moore and valued by Benj. H. Smith and John H. Foster. Walton Harris relinquishes all his claims to said Richard Moore. June 19, 1787.  
     
  Page 63—MOUNGER, SAMPSON and wife Susan of Washington Co., to Jordan Anderson of Wilkes Co., 200 acres on Little river as shown by a grant 1787 to Wm. Hammett. May 21, 1787. Stephen Horton, Test.  
     
  Page 64—CRISWELL, SAMUEL of Wilkes Co. Ga., to Wm. Green of Warren Co. N. C., 600 acres on Fishing creek, orig. grant to said Criswell by Geo. Matthews. June 22, 1787.  
     
  Page 65—WALKER, WILLIAM to Jordan Anderson, bond for title to 200 acres on the Ridge between Kettle creek and ——- containing waters of both and on the Wagon road. Mar. 30, 1787. William Elder, Jos. Catching, Test.  
     
  Page 65—HILLHOUSE, DAVID to Harwood Goodwyn, bill of sale for a slave Lucy. May 10, 1787. A. West, Samuel Criswell, Ashbil Anderson, Test.  
     
  Page 66—CLARKE, ELIJAH and wife Hannah to Barnard Zimmerman 600 acres on ——- creek. Jan. 21, 1787.  
     
  Page 67—WILLIAMS, ISAAC and wife Sarah to John Wingfield 50 acres on Beaverdam creek where said Wingfield now lives and known by the name of "The Falls". June 23, 1787. J. Derricott, J. M. Walker, Test.  
     
  Page 68—FREEMAN, JOHN and wife Catharine to Benj. Talliaferro 238 acres on Broad river adj. said Talliaferro. Aug. 22, 1786. Thos. Wootten, Roland Taylor, Test.  
     
  Page 69—CLARKE, LEWIS and wife Jean to John Bowen 500 acres on north side of Broad river. Jan. 20, 1787. Christopher Clark, Jr., Joel Chandler, ——-  Edwards, Test.  
     
  Page 70—LUMPKIN, GEORGE and wife Ann to John Hardin Foster, description torn. Sept. 4, 1786. Walton Harris, Jacob Hinley, Test.  
     
 

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  Page 71—CANDLER, HENRY and Elizabeth of Richmond Co., Admrs. of Wm. Candler, dec'd., to Francis Meriwether of Wilkes Co., 850 acres on Broad river orig. survey 1784 to Wm. ——- 11, 1786. John Gilmer, Test.  
     
  Page 73—CONNER, DANIEL, husbandman and wife Martha to Henry Townsend, planter 150 acres on Ogeechee river, orig. grant 1784 to said Conner. Jan. 5, 1786. Thos. Hanna, John Adams, Repentance Townsend, Test.  
     
  Page 75—THORNTON, SAMUEL and wife Elizabeth, planter to Samuel Billingley, 200 acres on Little river, orig. grant 1785 to said Thornton. Mar. 4, 1787. John Nelson, David Byars, Test.  
     
  Page 76—MARBURY, HORATIO to James Hulings 200 acres on Little river "two miles westward of Washington". Nov. 15, 1786.  
     
  Page 77—FERGUSON, ROBERT of Guilford Co. N. C., to Wm. Traylor of Wilkes Co. Ga., 650 acres on Long creek adj. John Owens and Geo. Hamilton. Jan. 3, 1787. Randolph Traylor, Middleton Brooks, Andrew O'Kelley, Test.  
     
  Page 78—SHEPHERD, JAMES to James Goldsby 250 acres on a branch of Clouds creek adj. John Giles orig. grant 1785 to said Shepherd. Oct. 12, 1786.  
     
  Page 79—CRESWELL, SAMUEL to Sanders Walker 450 acres on Ogeechee river orig. grant to said Creswell. June 9, 1785. Wm. Walker, Benj. Green, Isham Young, Test.  
     
  Page 80—COATS, NATHANIEL, Sheriff to Wm. Greaves ——- acres on Soap creek sold May 21 past, at the suit of Elizabeth Chambers, Excx. of Wm. Wilkins, dec'd. vs Geo. Walton, orig. grant to said Walton 1786. July 19, 1787.  
     
  Page 81—WARD, BRYAN of Franklin Co., to Thos. Commander Russell, 600 acres on Broad river adj. Allas Mills and Benj. Ragland, obtained as headrights by said Ward. Apr. 17, 1787. Henry Searring, Isaac Ford, Test.  
     
  Page 84—KINCADE, WINNIFRED to Samuel Tillery, one feather bed. Aug. 11, 1787. John Bennett, Matthias and Ann Collear, Test.  
     
  Page 85—DRAKE, WILLIAM to John Lock, 200 acres of land touching Rocky Comfort creek. Dec. —, 1787. Abraham Heeth, Thos. Hill, Test.  
     
  Page 86—TRIPLETT, WILLIAM, Sheriff to Newell Walton, 100 acres of land of Wm. Delaney, dec'd. of which estate Geo. ———- Esqr. was Admr. and a fifa was issued 1786 to satisfy a debt to Ellinor Killgore, Excx. of Jos. Killgore, dec'd. Sept. 29, 1786.  
 

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  Page 87—BUCKANAN, JOHN, to John Losson, 200 acres on Indian creek adj. Henry Starr. Jan. 23, 1787.  
     
  Page 88—BURK, CHARLES and wife Phebe of Wilkes Co., Ga., to Wm. Green of Warren Co. N. C., 300 acres on Little river, orig. grant 1784 to said Burk. Feb. 23, 1786. Robt. Christmas, Test.  
     
  Page 89—CHRISTMAS. ROBERT of Greene Co. to Wm. Green of Warren Co. N. C., 200 acres in Wilkes Co. on ———— river, orig. grant from Edward Telfair, Gov. July 4, 1787. H. Mounger, J. P., Test.  
     
  Page 90—WHATLEY, MICHAEL and wife Catharine, planter, of Wilkes Co. to Richard Beazley of Richmond Co., 200 acres on Long creek, orig. grant to said Whatley from under the hand of Stephen Heard, Sr., Justice for said Co. Sept. 5, 1785, surveyed by Robert Christmas Dep. Surveyor and certified by Samuel Criswell, Co. Surveyor. Sept. 9, 1786. Eli Commons, John and Jamima Torrence, Test.  
     
  Page 92—HOGG, JAMES of Wilkes Co. to Richard Beazley of Richmond Co. 200 acres on Rocky Comfort creek ordered to the said Hogg by Wm. Downs, Sr. Justice of Wilkes Co. 1784. Jan. 23, 1787. John Gay, John and Jamima Torrence, Test.  
     
  Page 94—GRIFFITH, JOHN and wife Ann to Peter Goldsby, Sr., 200 acres on Fork creek, orig. grant 1784 to Griffith. Mar 14, 1787.  
     
  Page 95—GOOLSBY (GOLDSBY), JAMES and wife Elizabeth to Peter Goldsby ——- acres on Clouds creek orig. grant 1785 to James Shepperd. July 2, 1787.  
     
  Page 96—COMMISSIONERS of town of Washington, Stephen Heard, Robert Harper, Micajah Williamson, Zachariah Lamar and Geo. Matthews to Sydnor Cosby Lot No. 10. Aug. 27, 1785.  
     
  Page 97—McGINTY, ROBERT and wife Deborah to Chas. Smith "a parcel of land granted by the Gov. to said McGinty." Aug. 4, 1787.  
     
  Page 98—BLAIR, HUGH of Richmond Co. to Thos. Grant of ——— Co. 200 acres on Long creek, part of orig. grant 1785 to James Danielly. May 19, 1787. Daniel Grant, Test.  
     
  Page 99—LUMPKIN, GEORGE to Moses Going land on Buffalo creek. Apr. 15, 1786. Robt. Lumpkin, John King, Test.  
     
  Page 101—CATCHING, MEREDITH to Jos. Catching, 150 acres on Kettle creek part of orig. grant of 400 acres to said Meredith. July 3, 1787. Wm. and Judah Walker, Test.  
     
  Page 103—HUBBARD, THOMAS of Wilkes Co. to Robt. Ware, planter, of Edgefield Co. S. C., 400 acres on Savannah river, including the  
     
 

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  island, adj. Thos. Puckett and Robt. Ware, orig. grant Aug. 17, 1786, to said Hubbard. Mar. 17, 1787. Joel Lockheart, Armstead Ellis Stokes, James Ware, Test.  
     
  Page 106—CRISWELL, SAMUEL to Wm. Stokes 300 acres on Savannah river including an island formerly known by the name of Macklemore's Island, orig. grant 1787 to said Samuel. May 11, 1787. Lesley Coats, Stanley Crews, Test.  
     
  Page 107—JONES, EDWARD, Atty. at Law, and wife Mary to Wm. Stokes, 275 acres on Fishing creek adj. Jacob McClendon, John Merrill and said Jones. July 10, 1787. Jacob and Amos McClendon, Test.  
     
  Page 108—FOSTER, WILLIAM and wife Phebe to Joel Terrell ——- acres according to a grant 1785 to said Foster. Oct. 7, 1786.  
     
  Page 109—WINGFIELD, JOHN to Isaac Williams land on Beverdam creek and Little river on which both parties now live. Sept. 3, 1787.  
     
  Page 110—FEW, BENJAMIN and wife Rachel of Richmond Co. to Henry Parrish of Wilkes Co., 92 acres on Ogeechee river, part of orig. grant to said Few. Aug. 27, 1787.  
     
  Page 111—DEADWILER, MARTIN to Wm. Langham, land adj. D. Coleman and Henry Coats. Sept. 11, 1786. Richard Tunstall, Jr., Thos. and Sarah Langham, Test.  
     
  Page 112—THORNTON, HEROD and wife Phereby to Henry Sorrow, 100 acres on Millstone creek. Jan. 6, 1787. Wm. McKey, Test.  
     
  Page 113—HUCKABY, WILLIAM to Philip Huckaby, 100 acres on Uptons creek. Aug. 13, 1787.  
     
  Page 114—BUCKANAN, JOHN and wife Anne to Wm. Swanson, 300 acres on north fork of Little river. Aug. 2, 1787.  
     
  Page 115—HAMBLETON, JACOB and wife Rachel to Jacob Cleveland, 250 acres on Vanns creek. Oct. 28, 1786. Jeremiah Cleveland, Reuben White, Test.  
     
  Page 116—SHAFFER, DAVID to Micajah Williamson, power of atty. to secure his bounty of land for his service as a Militia soldier by a law passed in Aug. 1781. Feb. 10, 1782.  
     
  Page 117—HUCKABY, WILLIAM and wife Elizabeth to John Cain, 250 acres on Long creek, orig. grant 1784 to Richard Whatley. Sept. 25, 1787. Cynthia Cosby, S. Cosby, J. P., Test.  
     
  Page 118—DOSS, JOEL to Thos. Gregg, 290 acres on Savannah river including an island of four acres, orig. grant from John Houston to said Doss. Dec. 9, 1786. Jonathan Hays, Henry Spencer, Test.  
 

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  Page 119—COATS, NATHANIEL, Sheriff to Wm. Greaves 400 acres adj. Samuel Jourdan, property of John Crutchfield and orig, grant to him. ———, 1787. M. Anthony, Test.  
     
  Page 120—WILLIS, GEORGE and wife Susannah of Wilkes Co. to Chas. Mitchell of N. C. 350 acres in Washington Co. Oct. 1, 1787.  
     
  Page 121—HILLHOUSE, DAVID of Wilkes Co. to Lynixton Tuft, merchant of Savannah one lot in Washington between Frederick Lipham and John Chisholm and 150 acres on Williamsons creek, formerly the property of Geo. Murray. ——-, 1786. E. White, John Whitfield, Test.  
     
  Page 125—HEARD, STEPHEN, Esqr. and wife Elizabeth to John Anderson 200 acres. ——-, 1787.  
     
  Page 127—SCARLETT, JAMES to John Garrard land on Little river no description. Feb. 6, 1787. Anthony Garrard, Stephen Scarlett, Test.  
     
  Page 128—EILANDS, ABSOLOM and wife Nancey to Levi Pruett 100 acres on Middle Creek. Nov. 6, 1786.  
     
  Page 129—COLE, JOSIAH and wife Betty to Wm. Graves, 200 acres on Dry Fork of Little river, called Sills Fork. Oct. 26, 1787. Robert Smith, James Daniel Cole, Test.  
     
  Page 130—CRISWELL, SAMUEL and Ezekiel Offutt to Thos. Gordon, 2900 acres on south fork of Broad river, on Franklin Co. line. Oct. 2, 1787  
     
  Page 131—COATS, NATHANIEL, Sheriff to David Hillhouse, merchant, 950 acres on Williamsons creek property of Geo. Murray. June 13, 1787. Gibson Parsons, Florence Sullivan, Test.  
     
  Page 133—CRUTCHFIELD, JOHN, Indian trader and wife Susannah to Wm. Greaves 200 acres on Golden Grove creek, orig. grant 1787 to said John. May 8, 1787. Basil Lamar, Quilla Vann, Test.  
     
  Page 138—COOK, MACK to Leavin Parkerson, 200 acres on Little river. Nov. 8, 1787.  
     
  Page 139—BARKLEY, JOHN of Washington Co. to Samuel Harper of Wilkes Co. a slave Silva now in possession of Samuel ——- of Washington Co., the said John Barkley to pay into the public treasury a certain sum towards a bond of Ruth Bonner due Sept. 21, 1787. Wm. Downs, Robt. Harper, Test.  
     
  Page 140—TUREMAN, GEORGE and wife Elizabeth to Thos. Tureman, 100 acres on Broad river. Nov. 4, 1787.  
     
  Page 141—CRISWELL, DAVID of Wilkes Co. to Wm. Swift of 96 Dist.  
 

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  S. C. 100 acres on Broad river, orig. grant 1786 to said David. Nov. 4, 1787. Wm. McCree, Test.  
     
  Page 143—BOGGESS, JEREMIAH and wife Hannah to Daniel Ramsort, 10 acres on Kettle creek being part of a former grant to said Ramsort but since granted to said Boggess. Oct. 20, 1787. Wm. Heron, Jacob Grimlin (?), Test.  
     
  Page 145—DENLEY, JAMES and wife Ellender to Wm. Odear, 120 acres on Long creek. Nov. 29, 1785. Robt. Crawford, John Culpepper, John George, J. P., Test.  
  Page 146—HAGEN, EDWARD and wife Elizabeth to Chas. Carroll 200 acres on Little river at the mouth of Kettle creek. Feb. 2, 1786. Thos. Herkins, John Greaves, Test.  
     
  Page 147—BLOODWORTH, SAMUEL to Andrew King 200 acres on Long creek adj. John Smith and Samuel Waller, orig. grant 1785 to said Samuel. Dec. 26, 1786. Isham and Abner Wheeles, Test.  
     
  Page 149—BENTLEY, BALAAM to John Flandenham, 200 acres ——- 1787. Robt. Hamilton, Test.  
     
  Page 149—HITCH, THOMAS to John Banks, ——-  acres on Indian creek ——- 1787. Benj. Jordan, Test.  
     
  Page 150—THOMAS, BENJAMIN to Wm. Huckaby 200 acres adj. Wm. Thornton, John Jack and John Kelly ——- 1787. Chas. Sewall, Enoch Stringfellow, Jacob Hog, Test.  
     
  Page 151—SEWELL, HENRY to Benj. Baker 200 acres on Goose Pond creek. July 8, 1787. Samuel Sewall, James Lowry, Test.  
     
  Page 153—HAMMETT, JOHN to Jeffrey Early 200 acres adj. Wm. and James Hammett and John Thompson. Oct. 23, 1785. Jesse Evans, John Phillips, Reuben Bennett, Test.  
     
  Page 154—BOGGES, JEREMIAH and wife Hannah to Laurence Bankston, 350 acres according to orig. grant to said Bogges. Aug. 20, 1787. Jos. Henderson, Merimiah Hines,Test.  
     
  Page 155—WISE, JOSEPH and wife Margaret to John Banks, 200 acres at the forks of Macks creek. ——- 1787. Eldread Thornton, Daniel Holyfield, Test.  
     
  Page 157—SCARLETT, JAMES to Aron Lipham 100 acres on ——- river ——- 1787. Presser Horton, Stephen Scarlett, Frederick Lipham, Test.  
     
  Page 158—McKINNEY, TRAVIS and wife Ann to Thos. McDole, 250 acres according to orig. grant to said Travis. Sept. 15, 1787. Price Bird, Wm. McKinney, Wm. Oneal, Test.  
     
 

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  Page 159—BENNETT, REUBEN to Meredith Catching 200 acres on Kettle creek, orig. grant 1785 to said Reuben. June 10, 1786.  
     
  Page 160—CATCHINGS, MEREDITH to Richard Madden, above land. June 9, 1787.  
     
  Page 161—CLARKE, ELIJAH and wife Hannah to Thos. Meriwether Gilmer, 219 acres on south side of Broad river, now in the actual possession of said Gilmer because of a lease one year previous. ——- 1787.  
     
  Page 162—THOMPSON, BENJAMIN and wife Anne to Simon Beckham 200 acres on Big and Little Ogeechee rivers. Dec. 30, 1785. James Wood, John Thompson, Test.  
     
  Page 165—McDOWELL, THOMAS and wife Martha to Geo. Hamilton 200 acres in the forks of Fishing creek adj. Jos. Carson. Oct. 1, 1787. Jos. Henderson, Test.  
     
  Page 166—THOMPSON, JOSEPH to John Dickey 200 acres on Buffalo creek, adj. James Thompson. May 29, 1785. Alex. Brown, John Diamond, Test.  
     
  Page 167—WINGFIELD, THOMAS and wife Elizabeth to Florence Sullivan, Atty. at Law of the town of Washington, land adj. the commons of the town. Sept. 1, 1787.  
     
  Page 169—McDOWELL, THOMAS and wife Isbell of Washington Co. to Joshua Ballard of Wilkes Co. 150 acres on Loyds creek adj. James Graves. June 13, 1786. S. Cosby, M. Talbot, James Stewart, Test.  
     
  Page 170—PORTER, BENJAMIN, Attorney in fact for ——- Murray, to Wm. Evans, both of Richmond Co. for a certain sum paid by said Murray to Thos. Napier, 200 acres in Wilkes Co. beginning at Little river. Oct. 2, 1787.  
     
  Page 171—GUY, WILLIAM, millright to Moses Fleming, chairmaker, 200 acres on a branch of Coldwater creek, adj. Mark Thornton orig. grant 1787 to said Wm. ——- 1787. James McDonald, Test.  
     
  Page 171—POPE, BURWELL, bound to Dionysius Oliver, having brought suit against Oliver for obtaining a grant of land on Big creek, waters of the Oconee, and both have agreed to have it arbitrated by Benj. Talliaferro, Elijah Clarke and James Tate. Apr. 2, 1787.  
     
  Page 172—REED, GEORGE to Benj. Thomas a certain tract of land described in orig. grant 1784 to Richard Reynolds, dec'd. Oct. 20, 1787. Benj. Stringfellow, John Cochran, Test.  
     

 

 
 

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