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Early Records of Georgia

Volume II, 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 "G.G"  
     
  Page 226—ASHLEY, JAMES and wife Mary to Jacob Miller 200 acres on Long creek adj. Francis Callaway, John Hood and John Clements, orig. grant 1790 to said Ashley. Jan. 20, 1791. Abednego Moore, Francis Callaway, Israel Miller, test.  
     
  Page 311—AYCOCK, HENRY, Joel, Rebeckah, Richard and Winney Aycock sons and daus. of Richard Aycock late of said county dec'd. by consent of all parties, and upon motion of Mr. Watkins in their behalf apply to the Judge to appoint Wiley Pope, Esqr., their guardian. Aug. 26, 1791.  
     
  Page 332—ARMSTRONG, JAMES to Nathaniel Durkie, bill of sale for two slaves, Jim and Judah, Jim described in a bill of sale from Wm. Sansom to said Durkie, and Judah purchased of Capt. Mann. Sept. 2, 1791. Geo. Poythress, H. Mounger, J. P., test. Receipt signed by Jas. Armstrong Sept. 10, 1791.  
     
  Page 353—ATKINS, ICA of Cumberland Co. N. C., power of atty to Wylie Pope of Wilkes Co. to receive from the est of Richard Aycock dec'd all bonds, judgements, bills of sale, etc. Sept. 24, 1791. Nat Jones, Matthew Jones, test. Proved before H. Mounger, J. P., Oct. 6, 1791.  
     
  Page 407—AUTRY, JACOB and wife Elizabeth of Wilkes Co. Ga., to Nathan Smith of Roan Co. N. C., 150 acres on North Fork of Beaverdam creek of Little river, as described in orig grant 1785 to said Autry. Jan. 4, 1792. Jacob Thrash, Sr., and Jr., test.  
     
  Page 450—AUTRY, ALEX, and wife Elizabeth to Jas. Roan, 400 acres on Kettle creek as described in a grant from the Gov. in 1790. Apr. 26, 1791. Oliver Porter, J. P., test.  
     
  Page 6—BURTON, JOHN to Matthew Talbott 600 acres on Coldwater creek agreeable to orig grant 1786. Jun. 9, 1788. Jas. Stewart, John Hinson, test.  
     
  Page 16—BRIGGS, ISAAC, Esqr., to Sydner Cosby, 1230 acres on waters of Cedar creek a branch of Savannah river, agreeable to orig grant 1787. Feb. 26, 1790. David Criswell, J. P., test.  
     
  Page 20—BROWN, BEDFORD, to Wm. Hamilton 861 acres in Franklin Co. on Oconee river, part of orig grant 1787 of 1700 acres to said Brown. June 10, 1788. Jas. Williams, ........ West, ........ Willis, test.  
     
  Page 21—BAYS, JOS., to Wm. Billingsley 200 acres adj Chas. Dean and Geo. Heard. Oct. 27, 1789. Samuel Whittaker, Francis Billingsley, test.  
     
  Page 25—BROWN, JOHN and wife Dolly to Richard Sappington 99 acres on Kettle creek adj John Weaver and Howell Jarrett, orig grant 1788  
 

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  to said John Brown. Nov. 4, 1788. Andrew Burns, J. P., John Fluker, Robt. Jackson, test.  
     
  Page 30—BOON, JESSE and wife Keziah to Henry Taney 200 acres on North Fork of Little river, being part of orig grant 1786 to Michael Whatley. Jan. 14, 1790. Lewis Sewell, John Boon, test.  
     
  Page 45—BOON, JESSE and wife Keziah to Lewis Sewell, 219 acres on North Fork of Little river, part of orig grant 1786 to Michael Whatley. July 28, 1788. Harrison Musgrove, Thos. Owin, Warren Stone, test.  
     
  Page 48—BARNETT, NATHAN and wife Lucy to Henry Dunkan, 250 acres in the fork of Dove's creek adj John Morris, orig. grant to said Barnett. May ...., 1790. Thos. B. Scott, J. P., test.  
     
  Page 49—BROWN, JOHN and wife Dolly to Howell Jarrott 183 acres orig grant to said Brown 1788, and then adj Reuben Thomson and John Bankston. July 4, 1788. Jos. Pannell, J. P., Thos. Brown, test.  
     
  Page 59—BAYLIS, ISHAM of Richmond Co. to Geo. Varner of Wilkes Co. 287 1/2 acres in Greene Co. on Falling creek orig grant 1785 to John Anderson. Oct. 19, 1789. Wm. Fletcher, B. Smith, test.  
     
  Page 61—BLACK, JOHN and wife Ann and Edward Black and wife Rebecca to Thos. Darricott 500 acres on Little river and Beaverdam creek adj Stephen Gafford, Peter Terrell, Thos. Chivers, John Wingfield and John Pinkston, except 20 acres sold by Edward Black to Daniel Grant. Mar. 21, 1789. David Meriwether, E. Butler, J. Ps. test.  
     
  Page 70—BURK, JOHN and wife Mary to Leonard Phillips 300 acres. Mar. 19, 1789. Randle Burks, Thos. Wootten, J. P. test.  
  Page 82—BREWER, WILLIAM to Frederick McMurrain 200 acres. Jan. 25, 1790. Philip Henley, Thos. Wootten, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 85—BURK, JOHN and wife Mary to Robt. Poage 500 acres on South Fork of Broad river. Dec. 5, 1788. G. Matthews, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 92—BREWER, WILLIAM to John Henley, Sr., 207 acres on the waters of Long creek of Ogeechee river. Jun. 26, 1790. Wm. Boren, test.  
     
  Page 93—BREWER, WILLIAM to John Henley, Sr., 332 acres on the waters of Long creek of Ogeechee river. Jun. 27, 1790. Wm. Boren, test.  
     
  Page 100—BRUCE, ARNOLD and wife Celia of Wake Co. N. C., to Joel Sims of Wilkes Co. Ga., 200 acres on both sides of Mickleroy's branch of Indian creek, orig grant 1785, to said Bruce. Aug. 25, 1789. Jos. Embry, Reuben Embry, Mark Sims, test.  
     
  Page 117—BAIRD, JONATHAN and wife Leanah of Greene Co., to Chas. Smith of Wilkes Co., 250 acres on a branch of Buffalo fork of Long creek orig grant 1785 to said Baird. Nov. 22, 1790. John White, Wm. Forster, test.  
 

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  Page 141—BALDWIN, WILLIAM and wife Elizabeth to Thos. Moore 300 acres on Hegs (Hogue's?) fork of Fishing creek orig grant 1785 to said Baldwin. May 4, 1790. John Kimbrough, Stephen Clement, Jesse Heard, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 150—BALL, ISAAC to Edmond Cody 200 acres bounded on all sides by vacant land. Mar. 18, 1790. Thos. McMath, Byrd Brazil, John Sallis, test.  
     
  Page 166—BENNETT, REUBEN to Mark Snow 225 acres on Kettle creek. Nov. 9, 1789. Jacob Early, J. P.  
     
  Page 182—BREWER, BARRETT to Peleg Greene, Lot No. 18, 1 acre in the town of Washington, bounded on north by Elijah Clarke's Lot No. 15. south by Broad Street, west by Lot No. 7. Jan. 11, 1791. John Henley. John Hammill, Arthur Fort, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 188—BARROW, REUBEN of Richmond Co., to Geo. Medlock of Wilkes Co., 120 acres on Ogeechee river, part of 400 acres granted 1784 to Ignatius Few. May 7, 1789. Chas. Medlock, test.  
     
  Page 242—BURKE, JAS., of Burke Co. Ga., to Silas Mercer of Wilkes Co., power of atty "so far as concerns a bounty of 700 acres allowed me for service in Third Company of Troops." Feb. 11, 1790. Sanders Walker, Howl Jarrett, test. On the same day he agrees to sell this land to Mercer as soon as clear titles can be made.  
     
  Page 243—BROWN, ALEX., to Thos. Rice Brown, planter, 170 acres on Little river adj Wm. Young, Hannah Coonrod and Jacob Autrey, orig grant 1785. Jun. 29, 1789. J. Webster, Thos. Talbot, test.  
     
  Page 301—BUSH, WILLIAM, Jr. and wife Susannah to Joab Brooks, 100 acres already laid off out of two tracts of land sold to said Bush in 1788 by Baston Jordan. Sept. 7, 1789. Etheldred Thomas, Wm. Bush, test.  
     
  Page 335—BIBB, WILLIAM and wife Sally S. to Job Callaway, Sr., 850 acres on Fishing creek adj the water grist mill of said Callaway, it being part of a tract said Bibb purchased from Thos. Glascock. Aug. 22, 1791. J. H. Foster, R. Worsham, Dan Gaines, test.  
     
  Page 368—BLAKE, FREDERICK, power of atty to John Johns, both of Wilkes Co., to sue for, receive etc all money coming to me from the est of Martin Blake, dec'd of Va. Dec. 6, 1791. R. Worsham, J. P.  
     
  Page 377—BIBB, WM., to John Grayham, 100 acres at Warhoo on the waters of Beaverdam creek for 10,000 weight of inspected tobacco. Feb. 21, 1791. R. Worsham, J. P., J. H. Foster, test.  
     
  Page 410—BURNS, ANDREW and wife Susannah to Matthew Talbot, 400 acres on both sides of Chickasaw creek, orig grant 1784 to said Burns. Apr. 18, 1789. Thos. Talbot, Fargus Linn, Jane Burns, test.  
 

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  Page 423—BANKSTON, JACOB of Washington Co., to Wm. Terrell, Sr., of Wilkes Co., 25 acres being part of 288 acres orig grant 1787 to Bankston. Oct. 10, 1791. H. Mounger, J. P.  
     
  Page 452—BANKSTON, JACOB of Washington Co., to Peter B. Terrell of Wilkes Co., 260 acres on waters of Beaverdam creek adj Geo. Bagby, Wm. Terrell, and Isham Richardson, orig grant 1787 to said Bankston. Feb. 2, 1792. Geo. Hudspeth, Richmond Terrell, Spencer Branham, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 461—BREWER, BURWELL and wife Elizabeth to Chas. Waddle, 105 acres on Staffold's fork of Long creek, being part of 100 acres granted 1788 to said Brewer. Feb. 8, 1790. Wm. McCree, Wm. Patrick, test.  
     
  Page 473—BARNHILL, JOHN to Wm. Devereux, Lot No. 7 in the town of Georgetown. Apr. 19, 1791. Ld Harris, R. Patrick, A. Devereux, test.  
     
  Page 485—BENNETT, ANN of Columbia Co. Ga. to Geo. Reed of Wilkes Co., all that land on Whites creek, a branch of Little river, agreeable to a grant 1785 to said Ann. May 1, 1792. Wm. Fletcher, Wm. Hammett, test.  
     
  Page 543—BARNETT, WILLIAM, High Sheriff of Richmond Co., to Robt. Forsyth of Augusta, 500 acres on Kemp creek orig grant 1785 to Richard Call; 500 acres on Gray's creek orig grant 1784 to Richard Call; 400 acres on the road from Washington to Allen's mill orig grant 1784 to said Call; 500 acres on the dividing line of then Washington Co. orig grant 1784 to said Call, all above lands in Wilkes and all of which was recorded at Mar. Term 1787 of Richmond Co. court by Abigail Wells against said Call for debt. Oct. 30, 1788. John Meals, David Hillhouse, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 548—BEARD, EDMUND and wife Kezia to Wm. Florence, 190 acres on a branch known as Beards Spring, orig grant 1787. Apr. 15, 1787. Wm. Nolan, John Merrell, Hize Bussey, test.  
     
  Page 550—BEARD, FRANCE and Edmund to Wm. Florence, 160 acres orig grant 1787 to said France Beard, bounded north by Edmund Beard. May 31, 1787. Wm. Stokes, John Merrell, Jas. Paredice, test.  
     
  Page 554—BAYS, ZACHARIAH to niece Nancy Bays, slaves Ozbern and Phillis, bed, stock, etc, Deed of gift. Aug. 10, 1792. Ann Ledsom, Jos. Bays, test.  
     
  Page 555—BAYS, JOS., to Wm. Head, slave Phillis about 35 years old, bay horse etc. Jan. 17, 1792. Wm. Stanfield, Ann Letsom, test.  
     
  Page 7—CARTER, JOHN to Thos. Brown, bill of sale for slave boy Ralph. Jun. 14, 1788. John Brown, Wm. Carter, test.  
     
  Page 17—COSBY, SYDNOR and wife Cynthia of Wilkes Co. Ga., to Harry Grant, Esqr. of Charleston, S. C., 510 acres on Cedar creek of the  
 

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  Savannah river, being part of 1230 acres granted 1787 to Isaac Briggs, Esqr. Jun. 12, 1790. David Criswell, J. P., Nathaniel Coats, test.  
     
  Page 41—CAMP, SAMUEL to Jilson Berry, 60 acres on Long creek of Ogeechee river, part of 250 acres orig grant 1790 to said Camp. Jun. 7, 1790. David Crisswell, J. P., R. Crisswell, test.  
     
  Page 43—CAMP, SAMUEL to Chas. Baker, 150 acres on Long creek of Ogeechee river, part of 215 acres orig grant 1790 to said Camp. Jun. 7, 1790. David Crisswell, J. P., R. Criswell, test.  
     
  Page 66—CARNES, THOS. P. of Franklin Co. to Jas. Williams, Esqr. of Wilkes Co., 486 acres on Oconee river, Franklin Co. adj lands of heirs of Jesse Walton, dec'd orig grant 1786 to said Carnes. Jun. 4, 1789. Thos. Graves, D. Hunter, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 71—COATS, NATHANIEL High Sheriff of Wilkes Co. to John Gardner gentleman, 1722 acres on Oconee river orig grant 1787 to Bedford Brown, obtained by a certain David Garvin against the goods and chattels of Wm. Hambleton in Nov. 1788, and sold at public outcry. Aug. 28, 1789. Leod Marbury, Ja. Williams, Bedfd Brown, test.  
     
  Page 73—CAUDLE, HANNAH to Geo. Dooly, bill of sale for a slave Silvia, 22 years old. Aug. 22, 1781. Thos. Mitchell, John Carson, John Lankford, test.  
     
  Page 78—CLAY, JESSEY and wife Marium to Daniel Allen, 209 acres on Little river. Mar. 19, 1789. B. W. Fitzpatrick, John Thomason, Josiah Cole, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 81—COSBY, CHAS. and wife Elizabeth to Nathaniel Willis, 200 acres on Rocky creek adj Nathaniel Coats and Geo. Bagby, being a third of a tract bought by the said Chas. Cosby, Jas. Grigsby and Lesley Coats of Michael Cope. Jan. 22, 1790. F. Cosby, R. Cosby, Wm. Moss, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 83—COCHRAN, CORNELIUS (signed Cohron) to Frederick Williams, 400 acres on Little river orig grant 1784 to said Cochran. Sept. 15, 1789. John Connaway, Anderson Fambrough, test.  
     
  Page 94—COWEN, ELIJAH to Thos. Wilborn, 50 acres on Clarks creek part of a grant from Geo. Matthews, Gov., to said Cowen. Aug. 16, 1788. Samson Culpepper, Holman Freeman, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 107—COATS, NATHANIEL, Sheriff of Wilkes Co., to Robt. Wells, planter, 200 acres on Soap creek, sold at public outcry Nov. 3, 1786, bought by Chas. Duke, and his claim now relinquished to said Robt. Wells, property of Phillemon Franklin against whom Stephen Heard and Thos. Duke obtained judgement Apr. 7, 1786. May 27, 1790. H. Mounger, J. P., Seaborn Jones, test.  
     
  Page 110—CLANCEY, GEO., his receipt to Wm. Graves for L70 for 100  
 

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  acres lying within one mile of Loyd's Mt. on the mountain fork of Soap creek, orig grant to said Clancey. Feb. 22, 1790. John Aylor, David Simmons, test.  
     
  Page 118—COATS, LESSLEY, planter of Wilkes Co. to Seaborn Jones atty at law of Richmond Co., 175 acres in Greene Co. orig grant 1785 to Richard Whatley and sold under a judgement due Leroy Hammond by Jesse Harper and said Richard Whatley. Aug. 3, 1790. Henry Mounger, Benj. Catching, J. Ps. test.  
     
  Page 125—CONNELL, THOS. and wife Jamima to Jos. Wilson, 140 acres on Long creek orig grant 1788 to said Connell. Dec. 22, 1789. P., Thos., & Alex. Moss, test.  
     
  Page 144—COSBY, ROBERT and wife Annis to Randall Depriest, 200 acres on Cedar creek orig grant 1786 to John Trimble. Mar. 23, 1790 Jas. Hannah, John Cunningham, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 184—CUNNINGHAM, JOHN and wife Nancy to Abel Tatom, 200 acres on Soap creek agreeable to orig grant annexed, adj Wm. and Benj. Mosely when surveyed. Apr. 4, 1788. David Hudspeth, Thos. Murray, test.  
     
  Page 192—COATS, NATHANIEL, Sheriff to Ann Wilkinson, widow of Washington, Wilkes Co., one-half acre the southern moiety of Lot No. 11 which was sold Jos. Cook by the trustees of the town of Washington it having been legally seized under an execution in the court of Wilkes Co., wherein John Houston is plaintiff and David McCluskey defendant, Jos. Cook security, the lot adj one owned by said Ann and another belonging to John Rorie. Sept. 18, 1789. Flor. Sullivan, Seaborn Jones, D. Creswell, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 199—CLARK, SAMPSON and wife Elizabeth to David Murry, 100 acres entirely surrounded by the lands of Wm. Nuberry. Nov. 25, 1789. Jas. Bibb, Thos. Murray, Wm. Nuberry, test.  
     
  Page 207—COE, JOSHUA to Carter Newsom, bill of sale for bed, plates, Dutch oven, spinning wheel etc. Feb. 7, 1791. Jos. and Sol. Newsom, test.  
     
  Page 208—COURVOISIE, FRANCIS of Savannah, merchant and wife Mary to Laurence Vial and Alexis Cattonnett, also of Savannah, 300 acres in Wilkes Co., on Little river at the mouth of Jumping Branch, which is an indefeasible inheritance of said Courvoisie and wife Mary. Feb. 23, 1790. John Marshall, ........ Catonnett, test.  
     
  Page 223—COBBS, JOHN of Richmond Co., to Benj. Porter of Wilkes Co., 3500 acres on both sides of Rocky creek, confiscated land of Wm. Mannon, sold by Abraham Revot and Hepworth Carter, Commrs., formerly the property of Benj. Thompson, and sold by him to said Mannon. Aug. 21, 1790. Jl. Napier, John de Yambert, test.  
 

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  Page 234—CASEY, WILLIAM of Greene Co., to Geo. Cabiniss of Wilkes Co., 150 acres orig grant to Nehemiah Edge. Sept. 18, 1790. Nathan Swanson, Henry English, Jas. Emerson, test.  
     
  Page 247—COZART, ELIAS to Abraham Smith, 200 acres adj Benj. Wilkinson and Wm. Thornton, orig grant 1784 to said Cozart. Jan. 12, 1789. John Chandler, Jess Smith, test.  
     
  Page 264—CORNELISON, CONRAD, Jr. to John King, Esqr., 200 acres on a branch of Long creek orig grant 1787 to said Cornelison. May 29, 1790. Wm. King, Anthony Hammel, Wm. Morgan, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 288—COOK, JOSEPH to Milly Mann, both of Wilkes Co., bill of sale for slaves Andrew and Jenny, household goods etc. Dec. 21, 1790. Presley Rucker, Benj. Bragg, Thos. Kennedy, test.  
     
  Page 289—COOK, JOSEPH of Greene Co., to Milly Mann of Wilkes Co., 200 acres on Buffalo fork of Long creek purchased by said Milly from Nathan Nalls and Benj. Allen adj both and Edmond Jourdin. Dec. 26, 1790. Presley Rucker, Benj. Bragg, Thos. Kennedy, test.  
     
  Page 291—COOK, JOSEPH of Greene Co. to Milly Mann of Wilkes Co., 400 acres on Cosby's creek, orig grant from the Gov. to said Milly. Dec. 28, 1790. Henry Hill, John Fannin, Presley Rucker, test.  
     
  Page 292—COOK, JOSEPH of Greene Co. to Milly Mann of Wilkes Co., 400 acres on Matthews creek orig grant to said Milly. Dec. 28, 1790. Henry Hill, John Fannin, Presley Rucker, test.  
     
  Page 294—COOK, JOSEPH of Greene Co. to Milly Mann of Wilkes Co., 400 acres on Big creek orig grant to said Milly. Dec. 28, 1790. Henry Hill, John Fannin, Presley Rucker, test.  
     
  Page 306—COOK, JOSEPH of Greene Co. to Wm. Stubblefield of Wilkes Co., bill of sale for slave Simon. Feb. 30, 1791. Peter Stubblefield, E. Bradley, test.  
     
  Page 309—COMBS, JOHN to John Cooper, 218 acres on waters of Rocky creek adj Dr. Ruston, John Carter, Gabriel Jones, Benj. Holmes, Daniel Terondet and Parks King. Jun. 14, 1791. Gabriel Jones, Will Cunningham, test.  
     
  Page 369—CARTER, FRANCIS and wife Margaret, and Sylvanus Gibson and wife Elinor, all of Wilkes Co. Ga., power of atty to John Taylor of Rockingham Co. Va., to dispose of two tracts of land in Rockingham Co. One tract belonged to John Taylor, dec'd, at the head of Stoors Mill creek, (Starrs?). The other adj the one above mentioned, the property of Jas. Waits, dec'd. Dec. 6, 1791. Jos. Taylor, John Massey (?) test.  
     
  Page 371—COLLIER, JOHN and wife Sarah of Wilkes Co. Ga. to John Taylor of Rockingham Co. Va., 350 acres on Little river, being part  
 

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  of 400 acres orig grant to John Lindsey 1785, whereon said Collier now lives. Dec. 6, 1791. Felix H. Gilbert, Maria F. Christmas, Booker Jeffries, R. Christmas, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 384—CLARK, JOHN and Elijah, and Benajah Smith to Edward Telfair, Gov., bond for John Clark as Sheriff of Wilkes Co., having been elected the first Thursday in Jan. instant. Jan. 5, 1792. E. Butler, John Talbot, J. Ps.  
     
  Page 401—CRAIN, AMBROSE and wife Elizabeth to Samuel Wellborn, 200 acres on Clarks fork of Long creek adj Elijah Clark and Henry Lile. Jan. 3, 1792. Joel Crain, Johnson Welborn, test.  
     
  Page 420—COLLINS, JOSEPH to Wiley Pope, 500 acres on Newford creek, agreeable to a grant 1785 to said Collins. Feb. 10, 1792. Fred Sims, Ludwell Fullilove, test.  
     
  Page 435—CLARK, JOHN, Esqr. Sheriff to Gibson Wooldridge, 200 acres property of Daniel Johnson against whom Geo. Dooly obtained judgment sold at public outcry, orig grant 1785 to said Johnson. Aug. 26, 1791. H. Mounger, B. Catching, test.  
     
  Page 458—CREWS, STANLEY and wife Agethy (Agatha?) to Wm. Gilbert 227 acres on north fork of Clark's creek, part of 2140 acres orig grant 1785 to Jas. Denley, adj Wm. Muckleroy, John Dale and Sylvanus Gibson. Jun. 29, 1786. John & Martin Crews, John King, test.  
     
  Page 488—COX, ZACHARIAH to Greer & Hunter, merchants, now in Washington, mortgage on three certain tracts of land on Long creek containing 523 acres conveyed to said Cox by Geo. Darden. May 12, 1792. Signed May 14, 1792. Richard Worsham, J. P., Wm. Moore, test.  
     
  Page 492—CLARK, JOHN, Sheriff, to Buckner Harris, 200 acres bounded on all sides vacant when surveyed for Richard Davenport in 1785, and sold at public outcry Nov. 19, 1791 to satisfy a debt of said Davenport to Ann Wilkinson and Abraham Jones. Nov. 19, 1791. B. Catchings, J. P.  
     
  Page 512—CALLAWAY, JOB and wife Mary to Asa Hooks, 150 acres being the east end of 471 acres on Fishing creek orig grant to Micajah Williamson. Sept. 18, 1788. Job Callaway, Jr., Sanders Walker, test.  
     
  Page 514—CONNELL, LUKE and Sth. (?) Colbert to Wm. Walton, bill of sale for a dark brown horse. Nov. 15, 1790. Thos. Walton, Jr., test.  
     
  Page 557—CRAWFORD, AMBROSE and Claimbourn, to Aron Lipham. slaves Millie and Amee, bill of sale. May 9, 1792. Peter McFarlin, Edwd. Moore, test.  
     
  Page 9—DUKE, TAYLOR to Bedford Brown, 350 acres on Fishing creek. Dec. 3, 1788. H. Caldwell, David Hillhouse, J. P. test.  
 

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  Page 14—DAVIDSON, JOSEPH and wife Sarah to Jos. Peavy, 100 acres on the waters of Ogeechee river agreeable to a grant 1785 to said Davidson. Sept. 25, 1789. John Peavy, Christopher Williams, test.  
     
  Page 31—DAY, ROBERT and wife Elizabeth of Washington Co., to John Nelson of Wilkes Co., 200 acres on Little river orig grant 1784 to said Day. Sept. 5, 1788. Jacob Bankston, J. P., Barton Hannon, test.  
     
  Page 46—DANIEL, WM., and wife Nancy to Wm. Allen, 785 acres on Beaverdam creek. Aug. ........, 1789. Allen Daniel, Wm. Moss, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 47—DOOLEY, GEO., to Wm. Bibb, 500 acres in Bibb's possession, on both sides of Mill creek with a water grist mill thereon, adj lands of Wm. Bibb, John Dooly's orphans and Thos. Mitchell's orphans. May 5, 1790. Jas. Bibb, Booker, Jeffries, test.  
     
  Page 52—DUKE, JOEL of Burke Co., to John Cole of Wilkes Co., 200 acres on Little river agreeable to a grant to said Duke. Mar. 9, 1790. Absolom Bedell, J. P.  
     
  Page 53—DOUGLAS, DAVID and wife Elizabeth of Burke Co. to Henry Hampton of Richmond Co., an island in Savannah river Wilkes Co. called Douglas' Island, containing 335 acres orig grant to John Douglas and others, two fifths of which was conveyed to said David Douglas in 1785 by the Commr's of Confiscated Estates, called Belle Island. Mar. 8, 1790. R. Carnes, John Robinson, test.  
     
  Page 60—DARRICOTT, THOS. and wife Elizabeth to John Darricott for one shilling, 150 acres adj Josiah Cole and Turnstall Roan, being part of a grant to Michael Cupp, also 80 acres adj above tract being part of a grant 1785 to Turnstall Roan. Feb. 12, 1790. Thos. Terrell, David Smith, E. Butler, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 86—DANIEL, THOS. and wife Sarah of Greene Co. to Isham Chaffin of Wilkes Co., 200 acres, no water courses given. Jan. 16, 1790. Chas. Daniel, Ephraim Chaffin, A. Bedell, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 110—DICKINS, JOHN to Andrew West, 250 acres on Little river orig grant 1790 to said Dickins. Lewis Brady, Andrew West, test.  
     
  Page 169—DARDEN, JOHN to Wm. Yearnest, 300 acres on Rocky Comfort creek adj Joel McClendon, and surveyed by Hugh McDonald for said Darden. May 13, 1789. Lewis McClendon, Samuel Darden, Wm. Morgan, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 186—DOOLEY, GEO., to John Lindsay, 200 acres on Savannah river including the mouth of Rocky creek, orig grant 1784 to said Dooley. Feb. 4, 1790. Jos. Cook, Jas. Dorough, John Gordon, H. Mounger, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 306—DOWNS, JONATHAN and Wm., to Jeffrey Early, bond for title  
 

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  to 300 acres on the head of Little river orig grant 1784 to said Jonathan. Jul. 14, 1791. John Clark, test.  
     
  Page 313—DURKEE, NATHANIEL, assigns all right to a slave Judah, to Jas. Armstrong. Sept. 3, 1791. Geo. Poythress, test. Which slave was bought by Nathaniel Durkee from Wm. F. Mann, Aug. 31, 1791.  
     
  Page 351—DIXON, HENRY and wife Elizabeth of Wilkes Co. Ga., to Jas. Campbell of Loudon Co. Va., 180 acres on William's creek adj John Dismick. Oct. 6, 1791. Silas Gregg, Jacob Gregg, Andrew Campbell, test.  
     
  Page 387—DURKEE, NATHANIEL to John Blanton, mortgage on a lot in town of Washington, whereon said Durkee now dwells, bounded south by the street which runs on the north side of the courthouse, west by a street which divides said lot from the lot whereon Jas. Williams Esqr. dwells, north by town land and east by Dr. John B. Rustin's lot. Dec. 29, 1792. N. H. Churchill, Thos. Wagnon, test.  
     
  Page 405—DURKEE, NATHANIEL and wife Lucy to Peter Stubblefield, for 5 shillings, 20 acres known as Jones Tanyard, purchased of Jos. B. Jones, tanner, because said Stubblefield stands as bond for said Durkee as bail in several suits in the county court and as security to Jos. B. Jones or Wm. Langham for a debt. Dec. 19, 1791. S. Cosby, J. P.  
     
  Page 428—DOWNS, JONATHAN and Wm., to Jeffrey Early, 300 acres on north fork of Little river orig grant 1784 to said Jonathan. Jan. 1, 1792. John Talbot, J. P., Peleg Greene, John Freeman, test.  
     
  Page 484—DARDEN, GEO., of Elbert Co., to Zachariah Cox "of the aforesaid county and state," three certain parcels of land, one in the name of Moses White containing 150 acres, orig grant to said White 1785, adj said Darden and Job Callaway. Another tract of 200 acres orig grant to said Darden 1784, adj John King. Another of 300 acres granted said Darden 1786, adj said Darden and Wm. Sansom. May 12, 1792. Stephen Heard, Richard Worsham, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 494—DIAMOND, JOHN and wife Elizabeth to Wm. Fletcher, 287 1/2 acres now in Greene formerly in Washington Co., on Sandy creek, orig grant 1789 to Jos. Boggs. Jul. 9, 1792. Chas. Cargile, Nimrod Underwood, test.  
     
  Page 562—DALE, JOHN, panter (planter?) to Thos. Halsel, planter (?) 170 acres on Clarks fork of Long creek, part of 2140 acres orig grant 1785 to John Denley. Aug. 27, 1790. Samuel Darden, Amy Morgan, W. Morgan, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 23—EDWARDS, PETER, yeoman, to grandau Sinthia Hutchingson, all his land at his decease. Aug. 28, 1788. Jas. Marks, J. P., Registered Jun. 11, 1790.  
 

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  Page 39—ELLIS, WILLIAM and wife Frances of Wilkes Co., to John Allison of the town of Alexandria. Fairfax Co. Va., 400 acres adj Walton and Robt. Harris and Jonathan Ragan. Apr. 13, 1790. Wm. Terrell, J. P.  
     
  Page 55—EARLY, JEFFREY of Wilkes Co. to Joel Early of Culpepper Co. Va., 807 acres on Beaverdam creek adj Jacob Early, Jun. 18, 1790. Edwin Harris, Jacob Early, Richard Melear, test.  
     
  Page 56—EDWARDS, PETER to Lewis Clarke, 100 acres on Broad river. Feb. 25, 1790. Jas. Martin, Else Martin, Thos. B. Scott, J. P., test.  
     
  Page 160—ECHOLS, JOHN of Halifax Co. Va., declares he sold to Ebednego Turner of Pittsylvania Co. Va., a slave boy Backus. Apr. 1, 1787. Mat Bilbo, Zachariah Bays, test. Certified by both in Wilkes Co. Aug. 28, 1790.  
     
  Page 170—ECKLES, EDWARD and wife Jane to John Clements, Jr., 200 acres on Long creek adj said Echols, Sanders Walker, John Hood, Richard Anderson, David Harris and Dionysious Oliver. Jun. 29, 1789. John Fannin, Denis Bates, test.  
     
  Page 366—EDWARDS, PETER of Wilkes Co., power of atty to Wm. Poole of Spartanburg Co. S. C., to collect debts from Geo. Riner, Ruben Mathis, and Nathan Gibson, all these accounts proven by law. Nov. 23, 1791. Wm. Wiley, Ja. Espey, test.  
     
  Page 426—EARLY, JACOB to Jeffrey Early for L5, 100 acres on Kettle creek adj said Jeffrey. Jun. 10, 1790. R. D. Jernatt, Richard Melear, Edwin Harris, test.  
     
  Page 465—EARLY, JACOB to Buckner Harris, 200 acres on Little Kettle creek. Aug. 27, 1791. Betsey Early, Joel Early, test.  
     
  Page 481—EARLY, JEFFREY to Jos. Crockett, 250 acres on Kettle creek, beginning at Samuel Crockett's corner. May 5, 1791. David Anglin, Jacob Early, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 11—FOSTER, JOHN HARDIN to Jeffrey Early, 10 1/2 acres part of the survey whereon said Foster now lives. Sept. 11, 1789. Buckner Harris, Jacob Early, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 89—FLING, JOHN to Jas. Hines, 200 acres on the dry fork of Little river. Oct. 21, 1788. John Hines, test.  
     
  Page 139—FOSTER, JOHN HARDIN and wife Patsy to Wm. Acree, 600 acres on Broad river adj Joshua Perry, orig grant 1785 to said Foster. Nov. 10, 1789. Jas. Wood, Jacob Early, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 164—FLETCHER, WILLIAM to David Peeples, 200 acres on Little river part of 600 acres orig grant 1787 to said Fletcher. Feb. 4, 1789. Wm. Vardeman, Sampn Harris, test.  
     
  Page 168—FLETCHER, WILLIAM to John Cole, Jr., 600 acres on Little  
 

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  river, agreeable to org grant 1787 to said Fletcher. Mar. 3, 1789. W. M. Hammett, J. P., John Cargile, Jr., test.  
     
  Page 173—FLING, JOHN to Henery Shorter, 200 acres on both sides of Beaverdam creek. Aug. 14, 1789. Sampson Dugger, test.  
     
  Page 215—FOSTER, WILLIAM and wife Phebe to Nathan Smith, 200 acres on Beaverdam creek of Little river, agreeable to a grant 1788 to said Foster. Sept. 12, 1789. Wm. Truitt Foster, E. Butler, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 254—FREEMAN, HOLEMAN and wife Peninah to Elizabeth Sterns of Petersburg, Ga., 415 acres on Broad river. May 4, 1791. Esther S. Starnes, Henry Mounger, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 256—FORT, ARTHUR and wife Susannah of Ogeechee in Wilkes Co. to Peleg Green of Washington in said county, merchant, Lot No. 12 in Georgetown in said county, 104 ft. wide, 280 ft. deep, making in all 1 acre, bounded S. E. by Asberry St., S. W. by Jameson St., N. W. by Lot No. 11, in possession of N. Christmas and N. E. by Lot No. 10, in possession of Mr. Vining, being part of a grant Feb. 3, 1785 to said Arthur Fort. Feb. 23, 1791. John Hammill, N. P., Jas. McCormick, test.  
     
  Page 258—FORT, ARTHUR and wife Susannah to Peleg Green and Wm. Caldwell Jamison, Lots No. 29 and 30 in Georgetown, bounded S. by Broad St., E. by Jamison St., N. by Greene St. Feb. 16, 1791. John Hammill, J. P., Barrett Brewer, test.  
     
  Page 336—FEW, WILLIAM, Jr., gentleman to Ferdinand O'Neal. gentleman both of Richmond Co., 200 acres on both sides of Long creek, Wilkes Co., in actual possession of O'Neal, adj Benj. Allen. Nov. 4, 1784. N. Long, Jr., Jas. Finley, test.  
     
  Page 339—FEW, WILLIAM, Jr., gentleman to Ferdinand O'Neal, gentleman, 600 acres on both sides of Long creek, Wilkes Co. Lease. Nov. 3, 1784. N. Long, Jr., Jas. Finley, test.  
     
  Page 400—FRAZER, ANDREW of Greene Co., formerly of Wilkes, to Thos. Carr of Richmond Co., 600 acres on the waters of Ogeechee, Wilkes Co., orig grant 1785 to said Frazer. Oct. 28, 1786. Jacob Call, John Twiggs, test.  
     
  Page 447—FOSTER, WM., to Thos. Norris and Archibald Simpson, 200 acres orig grant 1788 to said Foster. Dec. 16, 1790. John Nelson, Chas. Phillips, test.  
     
  Page 472—FIELDER, JOHN of Greene Co. to Paul Patrick, Sr., of Wilkes Co., 300 acres on a branch called Troublesome on the waters of Long creek, agreeable to a grant 1787. Feb. 2, 1790. Wm. McCree, Jas. McCammon, test.  
     
  Page 471—FORT, ARTHUR, Esqr. and wife Susannah of Ogeechee, Wilkes Co. to John Barnhill of Georgetown and Wm. Devereux of  
 

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  Greensborough Greene Co., Lot no. 7 in Georgetown, 104 ft. wife, 208 ft. deep, half acre, bounded S. E. by Lot No. 8 in possession of T. Bush, S. W. by Dame St., N. W. by Broad St., N. E. by Lot No. 5 in possession of McCormick, being part of orig grant 1785 to said Fort. Feb. 19, 1791. John Henley, test. Proved before Jas. McCormick, J. P. Feb. 23, 1791.  
     
  Page 508—FOSTER, JOHN H., to John Wright, 271 acres on little Kettle creek, part of orig grant 1784 to Geo. Lumpkin, May 19, 1791. John Henley, Jacob Early, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 515—FORSYTH, ROBERT of Augusta, Richmond Co., gent, and wife Fanny to Wm. Graves of Wilkes Co., 500 acres on Kent creek, orig grant 1785 to Richard Call, conveyed by Wm. Barnett, Sheriff of Richmond Co. to said Forsyth 1788, by virtue of a judgment in Mar. Term 1787 by Abigail Wells against Richard Call. Mar. 5, 1792. Fanny Winslow, D. Hunter, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 560—FEW, IGNATIUS to Andrew King, both of Wilkes Co., 200 acres on Poplar Fork of Ogeechee, orig grant 1784 to said Few. Feb. 24, 1790. Cader Powell, Thos. H. Nevill, test.  
     
  Page 26—GREEN, PELEG and wife Freelove of Washington, Wilkes Co. Ga., power of atty to John Morney, Esqr. of the town of Providence, Rhode Island, and Providence Plantations to collect all money etc due them in the State of Rhode Island. Jun. 17, 1790. Barrett Brewer, J. Webster, test.  
     
  Page 35—GARRETT, JOHN of Augusta, Richmond Co., to Absolom Jackson, merchant of Washington, Wilkes Co., 1150 acres in Camden Co., agreeable to a grant 1789. May 26, 1789. E. Wamborsie, Philip Clayton, test.  
     
  Page 36—GARRETT, JOHN of Augusta, Richmond Co., to Absolom Jackson, merchant of Washington, Wilkes Co., 862 1/2 acres, county not named orig grant 1789. May 26, 1798. E. Wamborsie, Philip Clayton, test.  
     
  Page 58—GIBSON, HENRY B., to West Harris. 200 acres on Fishing creek, orig grant 1785 to said Gibson. Jun. 7, 1790. H. Mounger, J. P.  
     
  Page 64—GREEN, BENJ., to Sydnor Cosby, merchant, "beloved friend," power of atty for all business. Jun. 20, 1785. Samuel Criswell, test.  
     
  Page 114—GREGG, THOMAS to John Colbert, 150 acres on both sides of dry fork of Vann's creek, part of orig grant of 300 acres to said Gregg. May 10, 1789. Richard & Thos. Colbert, John Cunningham, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 120—GILBERT, THOMAS of Wilkes Co., to Mark Bird of Penna. now of Ga., 1000 acres on Town and Fishing creeks, Washington Co., agreeable to a grant 1784, and certified by Jos. Pannill, Esqr., County Surveyor of Washington Co. Mar. 1, 1788. Jas. Huling, R. Gilbert, test.  
     
  Page 129—GHOLSON, JOHN to Sheppard Foster, 200 acres on Kettle creek,  
 

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  adj said Gholson, the widow Thompson and Kimme Foster. Nov. 3, 1789. A. Cummins, W. M. Hammett, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 130—GHOLSON, JOHN to Kimme Foster, 100 acres on Kettle creek, adj Widow Thompson and Sheppard Foster. Nov. 3, 1789. A Cummins, W. M. Hammett, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 133—GARDINER, JOHN to Bedford Brown, 861 acres on Oconee river Franklin Co., it being one half of an orig grant 1787 to said Brown, conveyed by him to Wm. Hamilton 1788, afterwards levied on and sold at public outcry to the said Gardiner by Nathaniel Coats, Sheriff of Wilkes Co. Sept. 4, 1789. Jas. Williams, E. Wambersie, Will F. Booker, test.  
     
  Page 152—GLASCOCK, THOMAS of Richmond Co. and wife Mary to Wm. Clements, Esqr. of Essex Co. Va., 600 acres in Wilkes Co., conveyed by deed of sale to said Glascock by Richard Call 1786. Jun. 23, 1789. Jas. Allen, D. Hunter, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 154—GARDNER, SAMUEL of Wilkes Co., to Wm. Allen of N. C., 260 acres on north fork of Cloud's creek, part of 400 acres orig survey 1783 for Jas. Finley, confirmed by a grant 1784. Feb. 15, 1791. Jas. Scott, H. Mounger, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 190—GOLDSBEY, ISIAH and wife Mary to Samuel Fatton, 260 acres adj said Goldsbey and Patton and Henry Hill, orig grant 1788 to said Goldsbey. Aug. 12, 1789. Benj. Blake, J. P.  
     
  Page 201—GAFFORD, STEPHEN and wife Fanny of Wilkes Co., to David Ellington of Lunenbrugh Co. Va., 300 acres on Little river, adj lands of Daniel Grant, lands late of John Pinkston and Edward Black, orig grant 1785 and 1786. Dec. 29, 1790. Thos. and Daniel Grant, Thos. Mercer, test.  
     
  Page 212—GARDNER, SAMUEL to Alex. Luckie, 200 acres on Brushy creek, adj Benj. Knox, orig grant 1787 to said Gardner. Jul. 2, 1789 Jas. Cowan, Anthony Olive, Johnson Bickerstaff test.  
     
  Page 219—GLASS, ZACHARIAH to Wm. Kelly, 200 acres on north fork of Harden's creek. Nov. 17, 1787. Nathaniel Bullock, Clarissa Lindsay, John Lindsay, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 236—GILMORE, JOHN and wife Nancy of Wilkes Co., to Griffin Smith of Nottoway Co. Va., 200 acres on Fishing creek, whereon said Gilmore now lives, orig grant 1784 to said Gilmore. Feb. 11, 1791 Jas. Matthews, John Gilmore, Jr., Sanders Walker, test.  
     
  Page 237—GRAVES, THOMAS of Richmond Co. to Geo. Graves, practitioner physic, Chatham Co., 750 acres on south side of Broad river and Long creek, Wilkes Co. Apr. 9, 1789. Perry Wilson, J. P.  
     
  Page 279—GLASCOCK, THOMAS and wife Mary of Richmond Co., to  
 

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  Littleberry Bostwick, Esqr. of Wilkes Co., 400 acres on Sherrills creek. orig survey to Reuben Sherrill and sold by Commr's of Confiscated Estates to said Glascock 1783. Jan. 23, 1788. Edmd Daniel, Wm. Glascock, A. J. test.  
     
  Page 282—GILBERT, RICHARD to Philip Ray, bill of sale for slave Delilah for 8000 pounds of tobacco. Mar. 24, 1791. Dan Gaines, test.  
     
  Page 283—GILBERT, RICHARD to Thos. Stark, bill of sale for slave Delia. May 2, 1791. Philip J. Stark, test.  
     
  Page 304—GAINES, DANIEL and wife Mary of Wilkes Co., to Thos. Glascock of Richmond Co., 500 acres on Broad river, above the mouth of Chickasaw creek adj lands of Dempsey Hinton, dec'd, which the said Gaines bought of the State of Ga., by his atty the said Glascock 1783 from the Commr's of Confiscated Estates. Jan. 12, 1791. Thos. Wootten, J. P.  
     
  Page 314—GAINES, DANIEL and wife Mary of Wilkes Co., and Hugh Rose, Gabriel Penn, and Jas. Franklin of Amherst Co. Va., and Chas. Irving of Albemarle Co. Va., to Jas. Lively of Amherst Co. Va., 590 acres on south branch of Rutledge creek, Amherst Co. Va., known as the Old House Tract, beginning at Richard Chandlers corner on Higginson's Road. (The above parties seem to have inherited this property, which was in a deed of trust, and Gaines and wife join in the deed with the others to sell this land). Sept. 14, 1791. Certified before Henry Osborne, one of the judges of the State of Ga  
     
  Page 317—GAINES, DANIEL of Wilkes Co. Ga., to Edmund Winston of Campbell Co. Va., Samuel Meredith and John Wyatt of Amherst Co. Va., for L284, which Littleberry Mosely of Powhatan Co. Va., has issued an execution against the est of Hugh Rose, Esqr. of Amherst Co. Va., who was security on a bond of said Gaines made payable to Miles Seldum, Esqr. and assigned by him to said Mosely, the said Daniel Gaines sells to Edmund Winston, Samuel Meredith and John Wyatt, Lot No. 18, one acre in the town of Washington, and 12 slaves. Sept. 14, 1791. Signed by Samuel Meredith and Daniel Gaines, witnessed by Geo. Walton, Judge of Superior Court, and a receipt from John McDaniel, atty for above mentioned trustees in full of all debts supposed to be included in above deed of trust. Mar. 22, 1794.  
     
  Page 324—GILLILAND, BRIDGET and MARY, daus of Hugh Gilliland, late of said county dec'd, ask the court to appoint Owen Sullivan their guardian. Nov. 4, 1788.  
     
  Page 363—GIBSON, HENRY B. and wife Sarah to Isaac Welborn, 100 acres on Clarks fork of Long creek orig grant 1789 to said Gibson. Nov. 20, 1789. Samuel and Isaac Welborn, test.  
     
  Page 414—GAINES, DANIEL and wife Mary of Wilkes Co. to Hugh Rose and John McDaniel of Amherst Co. Va. in consideration of certain  
 

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  debts which Ambrose Rucker and Hugh Rose, Esqrs as security for said Gaines, said Gaines and wife Mary convey to Hugh Rose and John McDonald for one shilling, 1000 acres in Fayette Co. Ky. on Elkhorn creek, adj Jos. Watson's land, it being the land granted Daniel Gaines by the State of Va., signed by Beverly Randolph, Lt. Gov. Sept. 21, 1787. Ambrose Rucker having been security to pay a debt of Daniel Gaines to Drury Tucker. Hugh Rose, Esqr. having paid debts etc for said Gaines, Feb. ...., 1792.  
     
  Page 441—GRIMES, JOHN to Jos. Huntington, counsellor at law, both of Wilkes Co., 16 acres adj the town of Washington on the west, and north by Florence Sullivan. Mar. 8, 1792. Fredick Sims, R. Worsham, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 484—GALPHIN, JOHN, receipt to John Lindsay for a slave Dick. Jun. 15, 1791. Jas. Smith, Wm. Hill, test.  
     
  Page 501—GHOLSON, JOHN and wife Ann Pettus Gholson to Spencer Branham, 229 acres on Kettle creek. ..... 1792. Samuel Thornton, J. P.  
     
  Page 509—GILBERT, RICHARD to Jas. Huling, bill of sale for a slave Stephen, which had been hired to said Huling for several years. Jan. 2, 1792. Daniel Gaines, Thos. Gilbert, test.  
     
  Page 545—GLAZE, REUBEN and wife Elizabeth to Wm. Graves, 100 acres on Soap creek, half of a grant 1791 to Benj. Holmes. No date or test.  
     
  Page 559—GRIMES, WILLIAM and wife Mildred to Drury Williams, 200 acres on Heard's Mill creek. Apr. 3, 1792. J. Webster, Wm. Carter, test.  
     
  Page 4—HENDERSON, SAMUEL, planter of Caswell Co. N. C. to Jos. Henderson of Wilkes Co. Ga., 200 acres adj said Jos. orig grant 1785 to said Samuel. Oct. 25, 1789. Wm. Morgan, J. P., Joshua Callaway, Anney Morgan, test.  
     
  Page 27—HARPER, ROBERT, Sr., to Geo. Harper, 300 acres on Hardins creek. Apr. 15, 1789. Js Harper, John Harper, test.  
     
  Page 50—HARRIS, BUCKNER of Wilkes Co. to Benj. Porter of Richmond Co., Lot No. 14 in the town of Washington. Nov. 7, 1788. D. Criswell, J. P.  
     
  Page 109—HINTON, JOB and wife Mary to Geo. Stoval, 300 acres on Long creek, adj Drury Stovall and John Gunnels. Aug. 27, 1788. Thos. Johnson, Thos. Perriman, Thos. Wootten, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 113—HARRIS, ARCHILUS and wife Fanny, power of atty to John Talbot to attend to all business in Va., especially to receive of Bartlett Smith of Va., the annual interest of all that part of the est of Mrs. Frances Smith dec'd, by her last will. Oct. 28, 1790. Geo. Gresham, Hiskerson Cosby, Jas. Melligan, test.  
 

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  Page 136—HAMMETT, JAMES and John Golson and Jeffrey Early to Wm. Leveritt, 63 acres on Kettle creek, adj said Hammett and Golson, and Micajah Bennett. Oct. 13, 1789. Jacob Early, J. P.  
     
  Page 146—HENLEY, JOHN, Jr., and wife Phebe to Barrett Brewer, 1 acre, lot No. 18 in the town of Washington bounded N. by Elijah Clark's Lot No. 15, E. by . ..... Street, S.W. by Broad St., W. by Lot No. 17. Apr. 8, 1790. Thos. Wootten, Frederick Sims, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 173—HYDE, GEORGE to his five children, David, Geo., Betty, Pleasant, and Winney, all stock, household goods and growing crops except his third of the Todd field, which must go to pay Jos. Gray and Jas. Cunningham what he is justly due them. Jul. 29, 1790. Deed of gift. Pat Cunningham, Lewis C. Davis, Edward Brown, test.  
     
  Page 202—HEARD, STEPHEN, Sr., and wife Betsey to Jos. Anthony, 1465 acres on Fishing creek. Oct. 24, 1790. Wm. Alston, John Dyson, D. Darden, test.  
     
  Page 204—HART, JAMES to Jas. Smith, 217 acres on the waters of Long creek, part of 400 acres granted 1787 to said Hart. Jan. 24, 1791. W. M. Hammett, E. Butler, test.  
     
  Page 206—HANEY, BRIDGES, Sr., to son Chas. Haney, power of atty to sell 200 acres in Prince William Co. Va. Apr. 18, 1791. Mary, Edwin and H. Mounger, test.  
     
  Page 274—HALL, GEORGE and wife Frances to Littleberry Bostick, 41 acres on Sherrill's creek, adj said Bostick's land, formerly Sherill's, said Hall's land formerly Wm. Shropshear's and Wm. Wilson's. Apr. 18, 1788. Jos. Young, A. Bedell, A. J. test.  
     
  Page 283—HENLEY, JOHN, Sr. of the town of Washington to Chas. McDonald of Charleston, S. C., lease for three years of part of Lot No. 13, in Washington, 60 ft. on the line of David Hillhouse, 32 ft. on the main cross street fronting the public square. Jun. 10, 1791. Dd Terrell, Abs Jackson, test.  
     
  Page 287—HOLLIDAY, JOHN of Wilkes Co., to Moses Harris of Richmond Co., 206 acres on northern bank of the river, part of orig grant 1784 to Wm. Holliday, Sr. Oct. 18, 1790. John Stewart, Ag. Stewart, test.  
     
  Page 295—HILLHOUSE, DAVID and wife Sarah to Wm. Waggoner, 412 acres on the waters of Broad river, Franklin Co., orig grant 1788. May 19, 1790. Nathaniel Coats, Wm. Boren, test.  
     
  Page 312—HAYS, WILLIAM, minor orphan and son of David Hays, dec'd, chooses Wiley Pope guardian, on motion of Peter Carnes, Esqr. Aug. 22, 1791.  
     
  Page 322—HAMPTON, HENRY to Jos. Pannill, Esqr., slaves Drudge, Sam, Murrur and her baby, Jim, Seaser, Nancy, Chas, Cato, Waggoner Sam  
 

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  and Bristo, bill of sale. Sept. 4, 1791. Jas. Lamar, Jr., Basil Lamar, test.  
     
  Page 326—HARRIS, MOSES and wife Elizabeth to Richard Graves, all of Wilkes Co., 206 acres on northern bank of Little river, part of a grant in 1784 to Wm. Holliday, Jr. May 17, 1791. Wm. Graves, John Keiths, test.  
     
  Page 333—HART, JAMES to Wm. Hav, 250 acres on Long creek including the mouth of a branch called Little Troublesome. Feb. 4, 1790. Thos. Hay, Michael Moore, test.  
     
  Page 364—HENDON, THOMAS and wife Casander to Geo. Glaisnor, 100 acres, half of orig grant 1786 to said Hendon, bounded on all sides when surveyed by vacant land. Nov. 6, 1790. J. Moore, J. P.  
     
  Page 376—HENDON, THOMAS and wife Casander to Jas. Lee, the other half of above tract, both cut by Tillets creek. Nov. 6, 1790. J. Moore, J. P.  
     
  Page 379—HEARD, STEPHEN and wife Betsey to John Ray, 181 acres on Hoggs fork of Fishing creek, part of orig grant to said Heard. Oct. 25, 1790. Elizabeth and Nancy Heard, Jessy Stallings, test.  
     
  Page 390—HENLEY, JOHN and wife Catherine to Nathaniel Durkee, part of Lot No. 13 in the town of Washington, being the N. E. corner and fronting 22 1/2 ft. on the street which passes the west end of the court house, 38 ft. on street which passes on the north side, west and south by the remainder of Lot 13. Sept. 21, 1791. H. Mounger, J. P., Abs Jackson, test.  
     
  Page 397—HUGHES, THOMAS to John Colley, 62 acres adj Zachariah Henderson, Daniel Young and others, agreeable to a grant 1785. Aug. 22, 1790. B. Catching, J. P.  
     
  Page 392—HULINGS, JAMES of Wilkes Co. Ga., and Catherine Rambo of Rockingham Co. Va., power of atty to Moses Coats to sue for etc, a tract of 100 acres in Newcastle Co. Del., St. George's Hundred on the west side of Drawyer's creek, adj. land of Thos. Noxon, decd, which is known as Beal's Mill Tract, and adj the patent of John Vance bought of Luke Mounce, being land formerly belonging to Richard Hudden of Drawyer's creek, which said Richard conveyed by deed 1692 to Henry Vanderburgh of Newcastle, and by the said Henry to Henry Williams of Newcastle Sept. 19, 1694. Said Henry Williams by his last will Nov. 13, 1694, directed his excrs to dispose of said land for the benefit of his children, and it was allotted to his son Henry, and said Henry the son, in his life time sold it to John Mondroe of Newcastle Co., but not actually conveyed. Whereupon Richard Hallwell surviving excr of Henry Williams the father, conveyed said land to Peter Mounce assignee of John Mondroe May 8, 1709. The said Peter Mounce by his last will Apr. 13, 1718 gave the land to his son Henry Mounce and the said Henry  
 

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  Mounce by his last will Sept. 3, 1729 bequeathed the same to his child, then unborn, which child is the said Catherine Rambo, who is the lawful and equitable proprietor, Jas. Huling next in reversion as heir at law. Jan. 9, 1792. Dan Gaines, R. Gilbert, D. Cresswell, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 462—HOGE, STEPHEN and wife Bekah to Wm. Myles, a certain tract on McKlenury creek in exchange for two slaves. Nov. 27, 1790. Richard and Sarah Hilyard, Daniel Myles, test.  
     
  Page 483—HEMBY, DENNIS of Anson Co. N. C. to Jacob McClendon of Wilkes Co. Ga., 380 acres on west side of Jacob McClendon's land, being part of a tract granted 1788 to said Hemby. Jan. 16, 1789. Azariah Bailey, Jas. McDonald, Jesse Heard, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 491—HAMMETT, WILLIAM and wife Martha to Chas. Cargile, 200 acres on the branches of Kettle and Long creeks, orig grant 1785 to Jacob Early. May 14, 1790. Wm. Fletcher, B. Catching, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 499—HITT, JOHN and wife Franky of Washington Co., to Richard Banks of Wilkes Co., 100 acres on both sides of the south fork of Indian creek adj said Banks and Philip Moss. Oct. 5, 1790. Benj. Tennille, J. P.  
     
  Page 504—HARRIS, BUCKNER to Frederick Sims, 200 acres on a branch of Fishing creek, agreeable to a grant 1785. Feb. 17, 1792. H. Mounger, John Clark, test.  
     
  Page 518—HILL, JOSHUA, and wife Amey to Bennett Reeves, 300 acres on waters of Newford creek. Nov. 2, 1791. John Dyson, Archib. Riddle, test.  
     
  Page 527—HARRIS, BUCKNER to John Wright, 21 acres, no description, Oct. 4, 1791. David Criswell, J. P.  
     
  Page 530—HUNTER, DALZIEL, Esqr. of Augusta to Chas. Crookshanks, merchant of the other part, 1000 acres in Washington Co., bounded on north by Floyd's creek of Ogeechee river, all other sides vacant when surveyed. May 21, 1791. Mildred Clayton, P. Clayton, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 533—HUNTER, DALZIEL, Esqr. of Augusta to Chas. Crookshanks, merchant of the other part, 287 1/2 acres in Franklin Co., bounded one side by John Harrison other sides vacant, orig grant 1784 to Wm. Young. Mildred Clayton, P. Clayton, J. P. test. May 21, 1791.  
     
  Page 537—HUNTER, DALZIEL, Esqr. of Augusta to Chas. Crookshanks, merchant of the other part, 1550 acres on Gray's creek, Wilkes Co., adj lands of John Page, Martin Benson, Geo. Douglas, Wm. Hightower, Richard Call, Isaac Perry and Richard Graves. May 21, 1791. Mildred Clayton, P. Clayton, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 541—HARPER, BANNISTER of Wilkes Co., power of atty to son John  
 

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  Harper of Pittsylvania Co. Va., to sell land belonging to me on Toby creek, Halifax Co. Jun. 11, 1792. Jas. Bibb, Abel Tatum, test.  
     
  Page 553—HAYNES, THOMAS to Daniel Allen, 100 acres on north fork of Little river. Mar. 10, 1792. Josiah Cole, J. P.  
     
  Page 67—JACK, JOHN and wife Mary, and Wm. Barnett and wife Jean to Abraham Simmons, all of Wilkes Co., 150 acres on the waters of Upton's creek whereon said John Jack now lives, adj said Simmons and Barnett. Jan. 5, 1790. Peter Stubblefield, John Cain, Sydnor Cosby, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 69—JONES, EDWARD, atty at law and wife Mary to Wm. Stokes, gent, 284 acres on Fishing creek adj said Stokes, Jacob McLendon, Sr., John Merrill, and John Lourman. Apr. 14, 1789. Amos McClendon, Wm. Tatum, Jesse Heard, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 177—JACKSON, ROBERT to Duncan Campbell, 166 acres on a fork of Long creek, called Favor's creek, adj John Favor's land. Sept. 4, 1790. D. Cresswell, J. P., Howell Jarrett, test.  
     
  Page 298—JORDAN, BAXTER and wife Margaret to Joab Brooks, 200 acres laid out of two tracts, whereon said Jordan now lives. Jul. 7, 1789. Etheldred Thomas, Jas. Bush, test.  
     
  Page 323—JOHNSON, ALLEN and CLARA, son and dau, of Joshua Johnson late of said county dec'd, ask that Benj. Blake, Esqr., be app. their gdn. Ang. 22, 1791.  
     
  Page 343—JURKINS, ZACHARIAH to Chas. McKinney, 200 acres on waters of Hardins creek, agreeable to a grant Nov. 11, 1788 to said Jurkins. Dec. 23, 1789. Samuel Harper, J. P., David Jones, test.  
     
  Page 349—JACKSON, ABSOLOM to Jonathan Webster, a slave Jeny, 12 years old. Bill of sale. May 5, 1791. Dd Terrell, A. Yarbrough, Jr., test.  
     
  Page 349—JORDAN, JAMES, Lucy, Elizabeth and Warren, sons and daus. of Benj. Jordan late of said county dec'd, through their uncle Josiah Jordan ask that he be app. their gdn. Granted Sept. 26, 1791.  
     
  Page 367—JOHNS, ROBERT of Columbia Co., power of atty to friend John Johns of Wilkes Co., to collect all money owing him in Va. Dec. 5, 1791. B. Catching, J. P.  
     
  Page 383—JARRETT, HOWELL Having been elected Coroner first Monday in Jan. inst., gives bond to Edward Telfair, Gov. Lesley Coats, Buckner Harris, bondsmen. Jan. 5, 1792.  
     
  Page 403—JONES, RUSSELL and wife Selah to Tapley Flint, 200 acres adj said Jones, Elijah Pope, and John Hubbard. Dec. 28, 1789. Jas. Hart, John Hubbard, Jno. Moore, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 431—JORDEN-JURDEN, SAMUEL and wife Jen or Jeen to Edward  
 

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  Hardy a certain tract on both sides of Well's creek including improvements, agreeable to a grant to said Jurden. Sept. 24, 1789.  
     
  Page 434—JURDEN, SAMUEL and wife Jen or Jeen to Jesse Hardy, 100 acres on both sides of Well's creek part of a tract bought by said Jurden from Thos. Holloy, Sept. 24, 1789. Wm. Hollined, Edward Hardy, test.  
     
  Page 478—JACKSON, ABSOLOM, of the town of Washington, to Wm. McLain of Wilkes Co., half of Lot No. 23, Washington Town. Dec. 7, 1791. John Henley, Peter Stubblefield, test.  
     
  Page 489—JONES, WILLIAM to Joshua Jones, 200 acres on Rocky Comfort creek, agreeable to the grant 1786, adj John Grantham and Elexander Armstrong. Jan. 30, 1789. Septimus Weatherby, Jas. Jones, test.  
     
  Page 10—KENDALL, JEREMIAH of Washington Co., to Bedford Brown of Wilkes Co., 200 acres on Little river adj N. W. Robt. Boyd, N. E. Thos. Rutledge, other sides by Zachariah Cox, orig grant Feb. 14, last to said Kendall. Nov. 22, 1788. Barnard Kelly, David Hillhouse, test.  
     
  Page 105—KELLEY, WILLIAM and wife Hannah to Chas. Carrell, 100 acres adj said Carrell, Matthew Martin, John Nelson and Nat Day. Jun. 16, 1789.  
     
  Page 112—KING, ANDREW to Joel Heath and Haddon Parham, 200 acres on Harts creek. Oct. 4, 1790. Richard B. Wootten, test.  
     
  Page 142—KNOX, BENJ., and wife Jemima to Jas. Sims, 200 acres on Beaverdam creek, part of a grant of 400 acres 1788 to Jas. McCammon. Feb. 19, 1790. Edmond Taylor, Nathaniel Cook, Wm. Lawrence, test.  
     
  Page 40—LEDBETTER, JOHN to Isaac Ledbetter land on Rocky branch of Ogeechee river, adj land of said John and Samuel Camp, part of 350 acres granted 1790 to said John. May 13, 1790. Peter Boyle, Samuel Camp, test.  
     
  Page 65—LANE, JAMES to Moses Arnold, 200 acres agreeable to a plat annexed to a grant 1788 to said Lane. Jan. 28, 1790. Stephen Arnold, Holman Freeman, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 98—LYLE-LILE, HENRY and wife Deborah to Wm. Brewer, 200 acres on Long creek, adj land of Elijah Clark. Aug. 24, 1790. Levi Lile, Thos. Brown, Frederick Sims, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 124—LUMPKIN, JOSEPH of Pittsylvania Co. Va., to Pittman Lumpkin "of said county," slaves Let, Delphy, Lucy and Fanny etc. Nov. 30, 1789. Abia Cheatham, Robt. Mickelburrough, test. Robt. Lumpkin certifies before John Talbot, J. P. of Wilkes Co. that he saw Jos. Lumpkin sign above paper. Jan. 1, 1791.  
     
  Page 143—LIPHAM, FREDERICK to Silas Hopkins, 150 acres on Cedar creek Jun. 10, 1790. Barnerd Kelley, Wm. Moore, test.  
 

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  Page 176—LEDBETTER, DRURY to Buckner Harris, bill of sale for slaves Jas., Anaca, Amey, Isaac, Sam. Delia and Juda, horses etc. Aug. 13, 1790. Thos. Owen, Edwn Mounger, H. Mounger, test.  
     
  Page 180—LINCECUM, HEZEKIAH to Wm. West, 121 acres on water of Ogeechee on a creek or fork, agreeable to a plat annexed to a grant 1784 to said Linecum. Nov. 17, 1790. Jonathan McCrary, John Nugent, Andrew Burns, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 352—LUMKIN, GEORGE of Wilkes Co. to Matthew Jones, power of atty to collect of Joshua Davis of Warren Co. N. C., to satisfy a judgment granted the said Lumpkin by the Inferior court of Wilkes Co. Ga. Oct. 22, 1791. Wylie Pope, John Bankston, test.  
     
  Page 381—LOCKHART, RICHARD and wife Mary of Greene Co. to John Smith of Wilkes Co., 200 acres on south fork of Broad river, Wilkes Co., agreeable to a grant 1791 to said Lockhart. Jul. 9, 1791. Thos. and Jas. Grace, test.  
     
  Page 412—LAYSON, WILLIAM and wife Elizabeth to John Layson, 150 acres on Fishing creek adj lands of Arden Evans and Stephen Heard. Nov. 27, 1788. Jas. and Oliver Layson, Jesse Heard, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 464—LUMPKIN, GEO. and wife Ann to Robt. Lumpkin, 1800 acres on Buffalo fork of Long creek a branch of Broad river. Jan. 15, 1790. Pittman Lumpkin, John Lumpkin, Thos. Rutledge, Wm. Strong, test.  
     
  Page 465—LUMPKIN, GEO. and wife Ann to John Hardeman, 400 acres on Buffalo fork of Long creek beginning on John Lumpkin's line. Vines Collier, John Lumpkin, Jas. Rutledge, Thos. Rutledge, Wm. Strong, Pitman Lumpkin, Robt. Lumpkin, test.  
     
  Page 505—LAWSON, JOHN to John Evans, 50 acres adj land of Henry Starr. Apr. 14, 1792. Wm. & Thos. Roberson, test.  
     
  Page 380—LIPHAM, FREDERICK to Adrian Tellier, merchant, 17 1/2 acres known by the name of Long Bluff, east of the river Oconee in Washington Co. Aug. 15, 1790. Barrett Brewer, Ezra Owen, test.  
     
  Page 7—McLEAN, LEWIS to Reuben Bennett, Jesse Evans and Jane Vardeman a mulatto named Silvia, 8 years old, beds etc. Bill of sale. Nov. 3, 1788. Wm. Vardeman, Jos. Griffith, test.  
     
  Page 12—MELEAR, RICHARD to Jeffry Early, 7 1/4 acres part of the survey whereon said Richard now lives. ..... 1789. Buckner Harris, Jacob Early, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 19—MIDDLETON, ROBERT of Greene Co. to Nathaniel Pearre of Richmond Co., 600 acres in Wilkes Co. on a Spring branch emptying into Newford creek. Jun. 17, 1788. John Howell, Wm. Freeman, J. P. test.  
 

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  Page 33—MITCHELL, WILLIAM and wife Ruth of Washington Co., to Absolom Jackson of the town of Washington, 100 acres in the Township of Wrightsborough, St. Paul's Parish, part of 250 acres granted Benj. Jackson Nov. 6, 1770, the 100 acres to be taken off the lower side. Jul. 8, 1788. Wm. Terrell, J. P.  
     
  Page 44—McCLUSKEY, DAVID and wife Mary to Bazil Brawner, 150 acres on Falling creek agreeable to a grant 1788 to said David. Jan. 15, 1791. John Fergus, J. P.  
     
  Page 57—MURRAY, THOMAS to John Leftwich, 50 acres on Little river. Jan. 28, 1790. Josiah Cole, Jeffery Early, John Carguile, Jr. test.  
     
  Page 148—MOTT, JOSEPH, planter and Wm. Mott, schoolmaster, to John Critenden, all of Wilkes Co., 96 acres beginning at a mulberry on Ogeechee river, part of orig grant 1784 to Basil Lamar, sold by him to Jos. Mott 1787. Also part of 287 1/2 acres granted Wm. Mott on bounty Sept. 3, 1784. Jul. 6, 1787. Ezemia Verden, Arthur Fort, J. P., test. Signed Jos. Mott, Wm. Mott, Esther Mott.  
     
  Page 162—MADDOX, JOHN of Richmond Co., to David Fluker of Washington Co., 600 acres part of a grant of 800 acres to David Saxon, conveyed by deed Dec. 16, 1788 to said Maddox. Jan. 23, 1789. Hugh Irwin, A. J. P.  
     
  Page 205—MERCER, SILAS and wife Dorcas of Wilkes Co. Ga., to Elisha Battle of Edgecombe Co. N. C., 300 acres on Fishing creek of Oconee river near Washington Co., orig grant 1785 to said Mercer. Apr. 9, 1791. Thos. Wingfield, Jesse & Jacob Mercer, test.  
     
  Page 217—MERIWETHER, THOMAS and wife Ann of Richmond Co. to Jos. Pannill of Wilkes Co., 150 acres orig grant 1787 to said Meriwether. Nov. 12, 1790. John Shackleford, J. P.  
     
  Page 262—McCLENDON, JOEL to Lewis Irion, 223 acres on both sides of Fishing creek being the whole of several tracts said Joel purchased of Arthur Smith (except what a certain John Westbrook may claim). Oct. 20, 1790. J. Holderness, John Gann, test.  
     
  Page 300—McFARLIN, PETER and wife Elizabeth to Thos. Wingfield, 300 acres on south side of Little river. Dec. 31, 1790. Wm. Horton, Jacob Mercer, R. Christmas, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 357—MOSES, PHILIP and wife Sarah, late of the state of Ga., merchant, to Jan Molich and Edigius Henry Schmidt, merchants, two tracts in the state of Ga., one of 200 acres in Wilkes Co., adj Robt. Pulliam orig grant 1786, one of 500 acres in Franklin Co., adj Wm. McCrackin "granted the said Daniel Terrondet on bounty Jan. 18, 1786." Nov. 25, 1790. Jacob Cantor, Geo. Bernard Artope, E. Barnes, test. In affidavit before J. P., all these people are called of Charleston, S. C.  
 

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  Page 408—MIMS, JOHN, Sr., and wife Ann to Christopher Williams, 200 acres on Rocky Comfort creek, orig survey 1787 to said Mims. Feb. 24, 1790. Benj. Hill, John Mims, test.  
     
  Page 422—MURRY, SARAH, admx., Robinson Hendon, admr., Thos. Murry dec'd, power of atty to Nathaniel Jones to collect debts owing to us as such. Feb. 16, 1792. Dd Terrell, Henry Mounger, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 439—MOSELEY, BENJAMIN and Jas. Maroney to Samuel Reeves, 15 acres on a fork of Richland creek a fork of Soap creek, adj land of Wm. Moseley and Jas. York. Jan. 31, 1791. Jas. Yancey, Jr., John McDowell, test.  
     
  Page 467—MASSIE, THOMAS of Va., power of atty to Thos. Terrell of Wilkes Co. to attend to all business in Ga. Dec. 15, 1791. Drury Williams, Archibald Riddle, test.  
     
  Page 470—MAGEE, WILLIAM of Washington Co., to Ebenezer Starnes of Wilkes Co., 200 acres on Big Brier creek. Jul. 30, 1790. Jos. Hickman, John Armstrong, test.  
     
  Page 511—MUNCREEF, JOSIAH to Noah Muncreef, 200 acres of land, household goods, stock etc. Jul. 10, 1790. Wm. Parker, Maesey Muncreef, test.  
     
  Page 520—MOSLEY, THOMAS to David Gordon, 250 acres adj lands of Sanders Walker, J. Regan and David Harris. Jan. 2, 1789. Orman Morgan, Jas. Roquemore, Benj. Hampton, John H. Walton, test.  
     
  Page 563—MOORE, EDWARD, acknowledges debt of L3377 to Wm. Moore, Apr. 24, 1792. Peter McFarlin, R. B. Washington, Jas. Moore, H. Mounger, J. P. test. He pays part money and 2010 acres in Wake Co. N. C., 370 acres in Caswell Co. N. C., 640 acres on western waters Davidson Co., Stone and Cumberland rivers, 1000 acres in fork of Stone and Cumberland rivers.  
     
  Page 2—NELSON, JOHN and wife Elinor to Robt. Morrow, 199 acres orig grant 1785 to said Nelson. Aug. 25, 1788. Wm. Hurley, Wm. Nelson, test.  
     
  Page 229—NUGENT, EDMOND and wife Mercy to John Edmondson, 200 acres on Long creek, a branch of Ogeechee, agreeable to a grant 1784 to said Nugent. Nov. 17, 1788. John Nugent, Wm. West, test.  
     
  Page 267—NESBIT, THOMAS to Wm. Rogers, 410 acres on Beaverdam creek adj lands of Bedford Brown, Thos. Carter and Edward Brewer, orig grant 1788 to said Nesbit. Nov. 13, 1790. D. Criswell, J. P.  
     
  Page 310—NICHOLS, WILLIAM, carpenter, to son Geo. Nichols, all goods etc in my present dwelling house on Brier creek. Deed of gift. Aug. 13, 1791. John Hathorn, John Torrence, J. P. test.  
 

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  Page 456—NELSON, JOHN to Archibald Simpson and Thos. Norris, 200 acres orig grant 1785 to Esther Seabury, conveyed by her to Nehemiah Wade, by him to John Nelson. Mar. 17, 1790. Wm. Foster, Wm. Erwin, E. Butler, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 239—OGLETREE, WILLIAM and wife Mary or Molley to Meshack Turner, Sr., 291 acres beginning at a white oak corner on Little river. Apr. 15, 1791. Philip Wilhite, John Turner, test.  
     
  Page 268—OLIVER, DIONYSIUS and wife Mary Ann to Wm. Hay, two half acre lots in the town of Petersburgh in the forks of the Broad and Savannah rivers, No. 36 on west side of Front street, No. 23 on east side of Second street. Aug. 2, 1788. Archer Skinner, Aventon Muckleroy, test.  
     
  Page 341—O'NEAL, FERDINAND of Camden Co., to Thos. Glascock of Augusta, 600 acres on Long creek, Wilkes Co., east by Benj. Allen, all other sides vacant, orig grant 1784 to Wm. Few, Jr. Feb. 12, 1787. John Cobb, J. P., Robt. Criswell, test.  
     
  Page 24—POE, WILLIAM to Howell Jarrett, 75 acres on a branch of Harts creek, adj lands formerly granted John Kelly on the east, half of a tract granted Samuel Criswell and Solo. Barfield together. Jan. 13, 1790. Matthew Talbot, J. Webster, David Criswell, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 161—PATTON, THOMAS and wife Catherine to Samuel Patton, 400 acres on both sides of Long creek orig grant 1787 to said Thos. Nov. 22, 1788. John Moore, J. P.  
     
  Page 214—PYE, JAMES and wife Susannah to Wm. Carden, 250 acres on Marks creek a north fork of Long creek. Jul. 25, 1789. J. Moore, J. P.  
     
  Page 245—PHILIPS, SAMUEL of Franklin Co., hatter, to Nathaniel Thompson of Wilkes Co., wheelright, 250 acres on Brier creek orig grant 1784 to said Philips. Aug. 3, 1790. Wm. Scott, John Torrence, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 248—PETTEE, BENJAMIN, power of atty to friend Buckner Harris to collect any money in the hands of Arthur Smith, late of this county, (not dec'd), May 17, 1791. John Clark, Hy Winslow, test.  
     
  Page 306—PACE, MARY of S. C., quit claim to a certain negro Honor. Jul. 28, 1791. H. Mounger, J. P.  
     
  Page 362—PACE, MARY of Edgefield Co. S. C., relinquishes all claim to Solo. Newsom of Wilkes Co. Ga., on a slave Honor. Nov. 16, 1791 E. and H. Mounger, test.  
     
  Page 456—PHILIPS, ISAIAH to Joel Philips, a slave Bett, 20 years old, and a child Rose, 3 years old. Bill of sale. Dec. 12, 1791. John & Wm. Ramey, test.  
 

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  Page 525—PALMOUR, JOHN to Solomon Palmour, 80 acres on waters of Morris creek a branch of Fishing creek. Mar. 1, 1791. Patsy L. Walker, Jonathan Gouldsborough, test.  
     
  Page 528—PORTER, BENJAMIN and wife Patsy Claibourn of Wilkes Co., to Chas. Crookshanks of Md., 1000 acres on south side of Rocky creek. ..... 1791. R. Worsham, J. P.  
     
  Page 535—PORTER, BENJAMIN and wife Patsy Claibourn of Wilkes Co., to Chas. Crookshanks of Md., 350 acres called Fruit Hill, orig grant to Wm. Few, also 200 acres orig grant to Anderson Crawford, part of 200 acres granted Alex. Douglas and conveyed by him to John Carmichael, by Carmichael to Douglas, all lying in Columbia Co. on Greenbrier creek. ..... 1791. R. Worsham, J. P.  
     
  Page 542—PRICE, JOHN to Wm. Fletcher, 700 acres on Whites creek, agreeable to orig grant 1786 to said Price. Aug. 28, 1786. Wm. Hammett, Benajah Smith, test.  
     
  Page 555—PRESTIDGE, JOHN and wife Elizabeth to Adam Simmons and Rebecca his wife, 750 acres on Little Beaverdam waters of Broad river, orig grant 1787 to said Prestidge. May 4, 1791. Jacob Everyhart, Winney Simmons, test.  
     
  Page 1—ROAN, TUNSTALL and wife Milly to Edward Butler, 21 1/2 acres part of 105 acres on the waters of Beaverdam, orig grant 1786 to said Roan. Oct. 15, 1788. Henry Mounger, John Wingfield, Micajah Williamson, J. Ps.  
     
  Page 62—ROAN, TUNSTALL to Micajah Williamson, Esqr., 150 acres bounded N. W. by Josiah Cole, N. E. by said Williamson, E. by said Roan, orig grant to Michael Cupp. Dec. 23, 1788. Nathaniel Coats, David Hillhouse, test.  
     
  Page 77—ROGERS, DANIEL DENISON of Boston, Mass., merchant, power of atty to Amasa Jackson of Augusta, Ga., merchant, to attend to all business. Feb. 19, 1790. Wm. J. Hobby, D. Hunter, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 104—ROAN, JAMES and wife Mary to Peter Burford Terrill, 200 acres on Uptons creek. Dec. 23, 1788. Peter Williamson, David Hillhouse, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 187—RYAN, JOSEPH to Howell Jarrett, 287 acres on Indian creek, a fork of Long creek orig grant 1787 to said Ryan. Jul. 20, 1790. Nathaniel Coats, Philip Moss, Jesse Heard, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 253—RUSSELL, THOMAS COMMANDER, to Esther Singletary Starnes, slaves Jack, Hannah and Jenny, bill of sale. Oct. 17, 1790. Eliza Starnes, Mark Jackson, Jr., Holman Freeman, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 325—RUSHING, WILLIAM to son Jas. Rushing all goods, chattels,  
 

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  etc in whosever hands they be. Jun. 4, 1791. John Mills, Benj. Tennille, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 395—ROBINSON, JOHN and wife Elizabeth to Abraham Venable, 340 acres on waters of Fishing creek adj lands of Henry Williamson, Jos. Carson, Stephen Heard and Arthur Wright. Dec. 3, 1791. B. Harris, Jacob Early, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 418—RUNNELS, GEORGE to Pheby Runnels, slave Jack, cattle, horses, household goods etc, Sale. Jan. 25, 1792.  
     
  Page 419—RUNNELS, GEORGE to Sarah Runnels, slave Sam, household goods, certain cattle etc. Sale. Jan. 25, 1792.  
     
  Page 426—RYAN, JOSEPH and Grant Taylor, bond for title to Morris Kain for 390 acres on south fork of Broad river, orig grant 1788 to said Ryan. Nov. 13, 1791. Wm. Huckaby, Thos. Edison, John McCarty, test.  
     
  Page 479—RUCKER, WILLIS to brother Presley Rucker, bill of sale for all his personal property. Nov. 15, 1791. Richard Beazley, Richard Morres (?). test. Presley Rucker assigns the above property to Fielding Rucker for value received Jan. 26, 1792.  
     
  Page 500—REILY, SAMUEL of S. C., power of atty to Wylie Pope of Wilkes Co. Ga., to ask for and receive 400 acres on the waters of Long creek now in possession of Thos. Brown and Jos. Gray. May 1, 1792. Heze. Bussey, Esqr. test.  
     
  Page 75—SHEPPERD, JAMES, Esqr. of Wilkes Co., to Edward White, merchant, of Savannah, Lots 21, 49, 78, 80 and ..... in the town of Petersburgh. May 10, 1788. D. Hunter, J. P., Edwd. McFarlin, test.  
     
  Page 96—SEWELL, CHARLES and wife Elizabeth to Lewis Sewell, 90 acres beginning at a sassafras on the south fork of Little river, adj land of Frederick Williams and Ornan Whatley, together with all the mills, waterways etc. Jan. 5, 1790. Thos. Johnson, Henry Taney, test.  
     
  Page 116—SIMS, BENJAMIN of Wilkes Co., power of atty to Sterling Peeples of Brunswick Co. Va., to convey to Wm. Edward Broadnax 543 acres on Meherin river, Brunswick Co. Va. Oct. 20, 1790. Frederick. Sims, J. P., Richard Worsham, J. P., Geo. Crutchfield, test.  
     
  Page 122—STUBBLEFIELD, PETER to Norcut Slaven Taylor (or tailor?) 1 acre where Slaven now lives. Jul. 16, 1790. F. Sims, J. P., John Sims, test. (The name seems to be Slaven, tailor his occupation).  
     
  Page 134—STATHAM, JOHN of Richmond Co. to Peter Wyche of Wilkes Co., 400 acres on Broad river. Jun. 15, 1790. Chas. Statham, D. Hunter, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 133—STRONG, WILLIAM and wife Peggy to John Davis, 200 acres.  
 

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  on Fork creek, orig grant 1786 to said Strong. May 21, 1789. Thos. B. Scott, J. P.  
     
  Page 155—STOKES, WILLIAM, Sr., planter, and wife Lucretia to Wm. Stokes, Jr., 281 acres on Fishing creek. Feb. 6, 1790. Mat Bilbo, Wm. George, test.  
     
  Page 157—SMITH, BENAJAH to Lawrence Smith, 200 acres on south side of Little river. Jun. 19, 1790. Wm. Triplett, Jos. Cook, test.  
     
  Page 165—SMITH, JASPER and wife Rebeckah to Thos. Wilkins, 163 acres adj land of Samuel Sewell, Absolom Baker, Jos. Sheppeard and Wm. Harbin. Jul. 15, 1790. Thos. B. Scott, J. P.  
     
  Page 171—STOKES, WILLIAM and wife Lucretia to Armisted Stokes, 300 acres on Savannah river including an island formerly known as McKlemurrey's Island, orig grant 1787 to Samuel Creswell. Feb. 7, 1790. Wm. George, Young Stokes, test.  
     
  Page 178—SEWALL, CHARLES to Jacob Cain, 1250 acres on waters of Broad river, surveyed in Chas. Sewell's own name. Aug. 1, 1790. Lewis and Elizabeth Sewell, test.  
     
  Page 222—SMITH, ABRAHAM and wife Winnefred to John Parks, 200 acres adj land of Benj. Welch, and Wm. Thornton. Jan. 30, 1791. S. Cosby, J. P.  
     
  Page 241—STEPHENS, THOMAS and wife Susanna to Joshua Stephens, 200 acres on Goose Pond creek adj lands of said Thos. Stephens, Chas. Hardman and John Eades. Feb. 17, 1790. J. Moore, J. P.  
     
  Page 260—SATTERWHITE, WILLIAM and wife Millicent to Richard Castleberry, 350 acres, obtained in lieu of an old warrant 1785. Sept. 25, 1785. Thos. & Ann Whatley, Richard Castleberry, Jr. test.  
     
  Page 313—STANDLY, THOMAS, power of atty to Thos. Terrell to make titles to all land he has right to in Ga. Aug. 23, 1791. P. B. Terrell, test.  
     
  Page 331—SANSOM, WILLIAM to Nathaniel Durkee, bill of sale for slave Jim, 20 years old. Sept. 1, 1791. F. Sims, test.  
     
  Page 345—SIMS, FREDERICK to Chas. McKinney, 450 acres on waters of Long creek, agreeable to orig grant to said Sims 1787. Jan. 29, 1791. Lewis Barrett, John Talbot, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 375—SANDERS, JOSHUA of Richmond Co., to Frederick Sims of Wilkes Co., Lot No. 21 in the town of Washington. Jun. 18, 1790. John Sims, Benj. Catching, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 386—STUBBLEFIELD, PETER and wife Peggie to Nathaniel Durkee, Lot No. 5, 1 acre in the town of Washington, between the lot of Jas. Williams and Dr. John B. Ruston, whereon said Stubblefield formerly lived. Oct. 8, 1791. P. Clayton, R. Worsham, J. P. test.  
 

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  Page 423—SHEPPERD, JAMES of Edgefield Co. S. C. to John Thurmond of Wilkes Co. Ga., 200 acres on Clouds creek orig grant 1785 to said Shepperd. Also 250 acres orig grant. Oct. 24, 1791. B. Thomas, Henry Mounger, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 448—STRINGER, JAMES to Edwin Mozley, 100 acres on Kettle creek, part of orig grant to Daniel Ladner adj land of Michael Huntsman, and David Moore. Mar. 12, 1791. Richard Petee, Solo. & Wm. Lee, Jacob Early, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 493—STATON, JOSEPH to Wm. Lamberth, land on Dry Fork, agreeable to a grant 1788 to said Staton. Jan. 31, 1792. Wm. Hammett, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 552—SYMMONDS, RICHARD to Moses Stallings, 122 acres on both sides of Sills Fork, orig grant 1780 to John Torrence. Jun. 13, 1791. Benj. Thomas, Jas. Boyls, test.  
     
  Page 102—THORNTON, ETHELDRED and wife Rachel to Andrew Bell, 200 acres on Millstone creek. Oct. 21, 1788. Jas. Marks, J. P.  
     
  Page 121—THORNTON, JOSHUA to Ornan Whatley all that tract on south fork of Little river adj said Whatley, Trawick and Thurmond. Jan. 30, 1790. Sam Thornton, A. Bedell, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 158—TRIMBLE, MOSES to Thos. Colbert, 100 acres on Vans creek, adj lands of said Trimble. Oct. 20, 1788. Chas. Goss, Nicodemus Colbert, test.  
     
  Page 175—TUREMAN, MARTIN and wife Ann to Wm. Haley, 220 acres on Codys creek. May 25, 1790. John Oliver, Jos. Chandler, H. Caldwell, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 183—TOMPKINS, HUMPHREY to John Smith, 1050 acres on Pistol creek, adj land of John Freeman, Wm. Johnston, Francis Baldwin and Francis McClendon. Jan. 8, 1791. Francis Baldwin, Chas. Smith, test.  
     
  Page 252—THOMPSON, ISHAM and wife Sarah to Esther Singletary Starnes, Lot No. 31, half acre in the town of Petersburgh, bounded south by Lot No. 29, north by Lot No. 33. Sept. 8, 1790. Thos. C: Russell, J. P., Collin Reed, test.  
     
  Page 285—TERRELL, JOEL and wife Lucy to Wm. Sheppard Foster and Rodey Ann Puckett, 200 acres on Beaverdam creek, agreeable to a grant 1785 to Wm. Foster. Jan. 8, 1790. H. Mounger, J. P., D. Terrell, test.  
     
  Page 286—THOMAS, ETHELDRED to Solomon Newsom, bill of sale for slaves Pat, Amey, Jack, Patience, Selah and Fanny. Nov. 19, 1790. John Lowe, Joeday Newsom, test.  
     
  Page 307—THURMON, BENJAMIN to Leroy Pope, power of atty to  
 

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  demand and receive a certain sum of money in the county court of Amherst Co. Va., against a certain Thos. Tucker, revoking former power of atty to John Brackenridge for this purpose and collecting other debts. Jul. 26, 1791. Bedford Brown, S. Barksdale, test.  
     
  Page 385—TERRELL, DAVID, Wm. and Peter B., bond to Edward Telfair, Gov. L2000, said David Terrell having been elected Reg. of Probate first Thursday in Jan. Inst. Jan. 5, 1792.  
     
  Page 398—TRAWICK, FRANCIS and wife Ann of Wilkes Co. to Thos. Bartee of Cumberland Co. Va., 2 tracts on south fork of Little river, containing 460 acres. Nov. 18, 1790. Thos. & Richard Watts, Benj. Christopher, test.  
     
  Page 412—TAYLOR, GEORGE to John Clark, Sheriff authority to make clear titles to certain land sold as the property of Edward Bond, surveyed in my name. Feb. 8, 1792. B. Harris, test.  
     
  Page 194—UPTON, BENJAMIN and wife Judith of Wilkes Co. to Chas. McDonald of Charleston, S. C., 4 lots in the town of Lexington, Wilkes Co., on the north side of Ogeechee river, Nos. 2, 3, 6 and 7, fronting Bridge and Market streets. Also two other lots No. 8 and 9 on the opposite side of said streets, each 2 chains 30 links square, containing three acres, being part of 200 acres orig grant 1785 to Paylemond Floyd. Feb. 22, 1791. Andrew Burns, J. P., John M. Whitney, test.  
     
  Page 196—UPTON, BENJAMIN and wife Judith of Wilkes Co., to Chas. McDonald of Charleston, S. C., two acres on Ogeechee river, seemingly lots in Lexington, number not given. Part of orig grant 1785 to Paylemerd Floyd. Feb. 22, 1791. Andrew Burns, J. P., John M. Whitney, test.  
     
  Page 3—WILLIAMS, ISAAC and wife Sarah to Edward Butler, 250 acres whereon said Williams now lives adj land of said Butler, John Wingfield and John Black. Nov. 15, 1788. John Wingfield, J. P.  
     
  Page 8—WALKER, SANDERS and wife Sarah of Wilkes Co. to Jos. Anthony of Richmond Co., 350 acres on waters of Fishing creek. Feb. 16, 1790, Jas. Alston, Martha Walker, Philip Hunter, Jesse Heard, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 13—WOOTTEN, THOMAS to Wm. Jennings, 200 acres on Newford creek adj said Wootten and John Jennings. Apr. 6, 1789. John Clark, Robt. Cade, Wm. Terrell, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 28—WADE, NEHEMIAH of Savannah, Chatham Co., to John Nelson of Wilkes Co., 200 acres adj said Nelson and Wade and John Black. Apr. 6, 1789. Thos. Norris, Jas. Wright, test.  
     
  Page 38—WINGFIELD, JOHN and wife Frances to John Wingfield, Jr., for 5 shillings, 650 acres being two grants 1784 and 1785 to John, Sr. May 24, 1790. J. H. Foster, E. Butler, J. P. test.  
 

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  Page 51—WALLACE, JAMES to Oliver Wallace, cattle, horse, gun and two notes on John Poag. Sale. Apr. 2, 1790. Wm. Robertson, Jas. Hames, Wm. Lesly, test.  
     
  Page 74—WHITE, EDWARD, merchant of Burk Co. Ga., to Daniel Denison Rogers of Boston, Mass, 15 half acre lots in the town of Petersburgh known in the plat of said town as Nos. 45, 47, 51, 53, 55, 79, 42, 50, 62, 39, 21, 49, 78, 80, and ..... Feb. 15, 1790. Matthias Maher, D. Hunter, J. P., test.  
     
  Page 79—WILLIAMSON, MICAJAH to Thos. Derricott, 150 acres adj land of said Williamson, Tunstall Roan and Josiah Cole, orig grant to Michael Cupp. Also 80 acres adj above orig grant 1785 to Tunstall Roan. Dec. 25, 1788. Wm. Poe, Nancy Williamson, test.  
     
  Page 90—WILLIS, FRANCIS of Wilkes Co., atty for Isaac Briggs to Jas. Clayland of Richmond Co., to sell 11,900 acres in Franklin Co., orig grant 1790 to said Briggs. Sept. 8, 1790. David Terrell, Richard Moore, test.  
     
  Page 95—WEBB, WILLIAM to Wm. Grimes, 200 acres orig grant to said Webb, 1785, in the north and south forks of Broad river. Aug. 9, 1790. Thos. B. Scott, J. P., Wm. Carter, test.  
     
  Page 99—WALKER, SAMUEL and wife Mary to Wm. Baldwin, 200 acres on Fishing creek near Washington Town, adj land of Jas. Borcu (?), Chas. Heard and Jas. Lane orig grant 1784 to Levi Marshall. Dec. 25, 1789. Geo. Hamilton, Sanders Walker, Jesse Heard, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 126—WELBORN, EDWARD and wife Marthew to Thos. Welborn, Jr., 230 acres on Greenbrier creek, Greene Co. Dec. 4, 1789. Thos. Welborn, B. Netherland, test.  
     
  Page 127—WATSON, DOUGLAS to Richard Napier, 250 acres on Little river and Rocky creek, which creek is Jas. McFarlands line, orig grant 1784. ..... 10, 1789. Harris Ryan, Benj. Bledsoy, test.  
     
  Page 132—WATLEY, EDMOND and wife Phillis of Edgefield Co. S. C., to Wm. Callahan of Rutherford Co. N. C., 300 acres in the north fork of Little river adj land of Robt. Russell, and John Buchannan, orig grant Oct. 11, 1783 to Phillis Flannagan. Feb. 12, 1789. Jas. Talbert, Thos. Ho Howle, test.  
     
  Page 164—M. WILLIAMSON, Senr. Receipt to Buckner Harris for five hundred and fifty pounds in full of debts, dues and demands against Walton Harris, and in particular a judgment I obtained against him, the said Walton Harris for the above mentioned sum, and from this day forward to the end of the world. Amen. Jul. 26, 1790 David Hillhouse, Spencer Branham, test.  
     
  Page 199—WILLIAMS, EDWARD. Shepheardstown, Jan. 15, 1791. Mr. Willis: I am about to ask a favor of you etc, to ask Harrison Churchill  
 

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  for L28 he got of Col. Wade Hampton. If he has'nt the money take his bond and sell it. I am Your etc, Edward Williams. To Mr. Richard Willis. Receipt of Willis follows Feb. 26, 1791.  
     
  Page 220—WALTON, ROBERT and wife Elizabeth to Edward Clark, 1000 acres east of the mountain fork of Soap creek, orig grant 1786. Feb. 3, 1790. Geo. Douglas, Jas. Brady, Michael McNeil, test.  
     
  Page 228—WHEELER, ZACHARIAH to John Turner, 200 acres beginning at a dogwood on Little river. Apr. 22, 1789. Philip Wilhite, Isaiah Phillips, David Ogletree, test.  
     
  Page 231—WILLIS, RICHARD of Berkley Co. Va., power of atty to Isaac Briggs of Wilkes Co. Ga., to procure titles from Maj. Evan Edwards of S. C. to a certain tract of land which was devised to him by the late Gen. Chas. Lee and sold by Edwards to Col. Francis Willis of Ga. Also to sue said Francis Willis of Ga., for all my demands against him. Sept. 3, 1790. Elizabeth Cook, Robt. Whitlet, H. Mounger, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 232—WILLIS, FRANCIS of Wilkes Co. Ga., to Richard Willis of Berkley Co. Va., by Isaac Briggs, atty in fact for said Richard, mortgage for L900, on 31 slaves, Fortune, Waggoner Jas., Barber Jas., Gomer, Stafford, Lewy, Billy, Joe, Sally, Mingo, Grace, Lucy, and her son Billy, Silvia and her five children, viz, Nancy, Jas., Maria, Louisa, and Abigail; Mary and her four children, viz, Lucy, Polly, Wm., and Rose: Clarissa and her five children viz, Anthony, Jas., Horace, Erasmus, Virgil and Abigail. Feb. 5, 1791. Daniel Wagnon, R. Worsham, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 233—Same to Same, all goods and chattels for L200. Same date and test.  
     
  Page 250—WISE, JOSEPH and wife Marget or Margaret to Jas. Goolsby, 320 acres on Macks creek, adj land of said Wise, Josiah Goolsby, Arnold Bruce and Robt. Watkins. Aug. 11, 1790. Geo. Watters, Patton Wise, test.  
     
  Page 265—WISE, JOSEPH and wife Margaret to Thos. Moody, 230 acres on Macks creek. Dec. 28, 1789. John Bagby, Martin Dowdy, test.  
     
  Page 270—WILLIS, FRANCIS, power of atty to Daniel Gaines to make clear titles to all lands said Willis purchased at public sales, Viz, 1500 acres purchased at a confiscated sale at Augusta, Nov. 1783, land in Richmond now Columbia Co., on Little river, adj Joshua Sanders; 1100 acres on Uchee creek adj John Sims, Richmond Co.; 287 1/2 acres in Washington Co. orig grant to John Tanchell. Jan. 1791; 287 1/2 acres in Washington Co., orig grant 1791 to Wm. Paxton; 287 1/2 acres in Washington Co., orig grant 1786 to Robt. Hines; 287 1/2 acres Washington Co., orig grant 1786 to Robt. Walton; 287 1/2 acres Washington Co., orig grant 1786 to Wm. Godby; 287 1/2 acres Washington Co., orig grant to Solomon Davis; 287 1/2 acres in  
 

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  Washington Co., orig grant 1786 to John Ledbetter; 287 1/2 acres, orig grant to John Hammock; 287 1/2 acres in Washington Co., orig grant 1786 to Nathan Fowler; 460 acres in Washington Co., orig grant 1786 to Lt. Jas. Wood; 690 acres Washington Co., orig grant 1786 to Capt. Edward Wood. If the titles as given are not clear, Gaines has authority to make them so. Also to execute deeds to any of this land sold or that may be hereafter by said Willis or Nathaniel Durkee especially 1 acre on Little river, Columbia Co., adj the bridge lately built by Col. John Greaves, to be conveyed to Jos. Ray. Also to convey to Jere. Bonner 575 acres in Washington Co., 575 acres to Littleberry Bostick, 575 acres to Daniel Watley, 575 acres to Wm. Morgan. "Whereas I own a tract in Greene Co, supposed to contain 1775 acres, 575 acres of which I have sold each to Jas. Bonner and Reuben Herndon, divided by Forts creek," gives authority to make titles to them and to sell the rest of the tract, and to make titles to John Bailey of Greene Co., to a certain tract whereon said Bailey now lives, as soon as he gets a deed from Jas. Davis to whom it was orig granted. May 27, 1791. Nathaniel Durkee, John Henley, Stith Barksdale, test.  
     
  Page 277—WILLIAMS, JOSEPH and wife Frances to Littleberry Bostick, 15 acres on Sherrills creek, part of orig grant of 1350 acres, 1784 to said Williams, including a mill seat known as Williams Mill. Apr. 7, 1788. Jas. Armor, A. Bedell, A. J. test.  
     
  Page 297—WRIGHT, ARTHUR and wife Marrenck(?) to Abraham Venable, 150 acres on Heards Mill creek a branch of Fishing creek, being the south east part of orig grant 1785 of 250 acres to said Wright. Jul. 4, 1791. Sanders Walker, Micajah Anthony, J. Anthony, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 329—WILLIAMSON, MICAJAH to Jas Hay, 200 acres on both sides of Long creek, orig grant 1785 to Jas. Hart, conveyed by Hart to Tunstall Roan, by Roan to said Williamson. May 28, 1789. Thos. Hay, Thos. Wootten, J. P., test.  
     
  Page 347—WILLIAMS, WILLIAM of Union Co. S. C., to John Townsend of Wilkes Co., Ga., 100 acres on Ogeechee river, orig grant 1785. Sept. 18, 1790. Mat Hubert, John Perry, test.  
     
  Page 370—WEBSTER, ABNER and wife Betsy to Wm. Ellis, 235 acres on Varners branch, adj land of Matthew Varner and Randolph Ramsey, surveyed 1791 by Wm. Graves. Nov. 13, 1791. D. Creswill, J. P., Abraham Silvey, test.  
     
  Page 373—WILBOURN, CURTIS and wife Mary of Washington Co. to Frederick Sims of Wilkes Co., 400 acres adj lands of Thos. Welbourn, Archibald Lane and Job Minton. Jan. 24, 1791. Benj. Tennille, J. P.  
     
  Page 443—WILSON, JOSEPH of Wilkes Co., to John Peter Wagnon of Richmond Co., 250 acres between Broad river and Long creek adj Hugh Bank's land, orig grant to said Wilson. Aug. 12, 1790. Wm. Pinkerton, L. Bery Bostick, test.  
 

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  Page 445—WAGNON, JOHN PETER and wife Rebecca of Richmond Co., to Jas. B. Sharp of Chatham Co., practitioner of physic, above land. Dec. 23, 1790. J. Whitefield, Ro. Montfort, test.  
     
  Page 454—WELBORN, WILLIAM, Sr. and wife Hepzibah to Jas. Matthews, 125 acres on north side of Clarks creek adj lands of Thos. Welborn (formerly Wm. Johnson's), John Abernathy, Jas. Denman and said Wm. Welborn, orig grant 1786 to Wm. Layson. Apr. 21, 1790. John and Wm. Ramey, test.  
     
  Page 454—WELBORN, WILLIAM, Sr. and wife Hepzibah to John Denman, 125 acres adj above tract, and whereon said Denman now lives and cultivates. Aug. 20, 1791. Jas. Matthews, John Ogletree, test.  
     
  Page 498—WHITE, JOHN and wife Rachel to John Cargile, 400 acres on north side of Little river adj land of John Cargile and Jesse Duncan. Mar. 15, 1792. Robt. Duncan, Nathan Barnett, Nathan Barnett, Jr., test.  
     
  Page 522—WHEELER, EMPEROR and wife Catherine to Richard Beasley, 63 acres part of 350 acres run for said Wheeler in 1786, granted 1790. Feb. 24, 1791. Jas. Gray, Jas. Beasley, test.  
     
  Page 523—WAGGONER, JAMES and wife Mary to Richard Beasley, 200 acres agreeable to a grant 1786 to said Waggoner. May 27, 1790. W. Hutchinson, Jas. McCormick, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 557—WILLIAMS, JOSEPH to Daniel Roberts, 78 acres on Lyn's branch beginning at a pine on Anthony Ivy's line. Feb. 15, 1791. Yancey Thornton, Anthony Ivey, test.  
     
  Page 564—WILLIAMSON, MICAJAH and wife Sarah, and Micajah Williamson, Jr., to John Walker, 100 acres on waters of Little river. Jan. 3, 1793 R. Worsham, J. P., John Hunton, test.  
     
  Page 303—YARBROUGH, ARCHIBALD, bill of sale to Chas. Heard for slaves Aggy and Rhody. Apr. 15, 1788. Jesse Heard, J. P., John Brown, test.  
     
  Page 510—YARBROUGH, ARCHIBALD to Nathaniel Durkee, bill of sale for slave Philis about 29 years old, with a female child at her breast. D. Hillhouse, Daniel Wagnon, test.  
     
  Page 539—YOUNG, WILLIAM and wife Bersheba of Franklin Co., to Dalziel Hunter of Augusta, Richmond Co., 287 1/2 acres (Bounty) on Beaverdam creek, Franklin Co., bounded N. E. by land of John Harrison, other sides vacant when surveyed, orig grant to said Young from Edward Telfair, Gov. Apr. 4, 1787. Wm. Green, Richard Lynch, John Cunningham, J. P. test.  
     
 
 

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