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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 "W W" Page 131—We do certify that the bearer Alexander

 
 

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Cameron is the person who was allowed a pension by an Act of Congress Mar. 3, 1805. Given under our hands this 6th, day of May 1806. Signed D. Meriwether, Peter Early. Recorded May 2, 1806.

 
 

 

 
 

DEED BOOK—"H.H"

 
  Page 83—ATKINSON, JAMES, binds himself to Wm. West, house-carpenter till 19 years of age. Aug. 5, 1790.  
     
  Page 288—ALLIN, BENJAMIN and wife Mary to Betsy Mann, 100 acres on Buffalo creek, adj said Allin and Nathan Nalls. Aug. 27, 1790. John Moore, J. P.  
     
  Page 341—ADKINSON, NATHAN to Zachariah Thompson, 160 acres on the forks of Little river adj land of Douglas Watson and Frederick Williams. Mar. 24, 1791. A. Bedell, J. I. C.  
     
  Page 30—BIRD, PHILEMON and wife Mary to Wm. Vason, 107 acres on Little river. Oct. 13 1789. Josiah Cole, J. P.  
     
  Page 32—BIRD, PHILEMON and wife Mary to Wm. Vason, 400 acres on south side of Little river. Sept. 16, 1789. Js. Harper, Samuel Harper, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 50—BROWN, JOHN and wife Dolly to John Weaver, 99 acres adj land of Richard Sappington, Howell Jarrett and Wm. Pollard, orig grant 1788 to said Brown. Nov. 4, 1788. Andrew Burns, J. P., John Fletcher, R. Jackson, test.  
     
  Page 69—BARNETT, NATHAN and wife Lucy of Wilkes Co., to Jas. McIntier of Burke Co., 200 acres on Bluestone creek adj lands of John Partin, Thos. Hemphill and John Mackey, orig grant 1787 to said Barnett. Jun. 24, 1790. John Mackie, John Crosby, test.  
     
  Page 79—BEDELL, ABSOLOM to Henry Thompson, 150 acres on waters of Stephen's creek. Sept. 18, 1788. L. Berry Bostick, J. P.  
     
  Page 85—BUTLER, DANIEL to Benj. Walker, 100 acres on waters of Brushy and Rocky fork of Bryer creek, it being part of the land David Butler bought of Isaac Simonson last March. Jun. 12, 1789. Wm. Campbell, test.  
     
  Page 103—BRIGGS, ISAAC to Francis Willis power of atty to sell several tracts of land in Franklin Co., one 10,650 acres on Tuckoe creek, 8540 acres on Tugalo river, 1250 acres on Broad river, 4680 acres on Oconee river, as soon as the Governor signs the grants, provided an agreement between said Briggs and David Criswell be not violated, Mar. 15, 1790. Wm. Longstreet, Gerd Banks, test.  
     
  Page 168—BURNETT, DANIEL and wife Rebecca to Josiah Stoval, 350 acres on Soap creek orig grant 1785. Nov. 29, 1785. Robt. Walton, Elizabeth Walton, Richard Griffin, test.  
 

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  Page 115—BOND, JESSE and wife Rebecka to John Jourdon, 50 acres on Savney river, (Savannah?) whereon Jas. Gray's wife now lives. May 8, 1790. Hent (or Henry) Gardner, Richard Bell, John Cunningham, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 175—BOYD, ROBERT to Bartholomew Johnson, Jr., 350 acres on Brushy branch waters of Kettle creek. Feb. 12, 1790. Wm. Hammett, J. P., Thos. Underwood, test.  
     
  Page 240—BALLARD, BENJAMIN to Levin Parkerson, 55 acres on waters of Kemps creek adj lands of both parties. Feb. 28, 1791. Peter Smith, Thos. Green, Benj. Catchings, J. P., test.  
     
  Page 250—BISHOP, WILLIAM and wife Jane of Greene Co., to Lemuel Pruitt of Wilkes Co., part of 300 acres on Middle creek, one boundary being a line agreed upon by Byrd Pruitt and Jos. Breed. Jan. 29, 1789. Philip Brantley, Dorcus Bishop, test.  
     
  Page 265—BANKS, JOHN and wife Sarah to Isaiah Goldsby, 262 acres part of a large tract granted 1790 to said Banks. Dec. 25, 1790. John Moore, J. P.  
     
  Page 302—BUSH, JAMES to Richard Fletcher, 215 acres on waters of Middle creek surveyed for said Bush by John Torrence, D. S. Aug. 8, 1787, and confirmed by David Creswell, Esqr. County Surveyor, granted 1789. Jan. 4, 1790. Daniel Culpepper, Isaiah Tucker, Argin Lee, test.  
     
  Page 316—BRIDGES, SUSANNAH to Jonathan Fryer Bridges bill of sale for slave David. Feb. 19, 1791. Micajah and Thos. McGehee, test.  
     
  Page 319—BURK, CHARLES to Jas. Houghton, 250 acres beginning on the north side of Sherrill's creek. Jun. 13, 1789. J. Sanford, Wm. Houghton, test.  
     
  Page 322—BALL, ISAAC to John McDonald, 200 acres on waters of Rocky Comfort creek, bounded east by lands of Jos. May, all other sides by property of heirs of John May, dec'd, now property of the said Isaac Ball, part of 600 acres orig survey for John May, dec'd, conveyed to said Ball by John May, Jr., and which said described 200 acres was surveyed for John McDonald and confirmed to him in 1784. Aug. 9, 1790. Richard Ball, Wm. Scott, John Torrence, J. P., test.  
     
  Page 339—BRIGGS, ISAAC of Wilkes Co., to Dennis Smelt of Richmond Co., 132 1/2 acres adj Wm. Dukes, Pollard's and Scurlock's land. May 14, 1791. N. Cleveland, W. Cocke, test.  
     
  Page 345—BURK, CHARLES to Wm. Houghton, 250 acres on waters of Sherrill's creek for L5. Jun. 13, 1789. J. Sanford, Jas. Houghton, test.  
     
  Page 350—BROOKS, MIDDLETON and wife Sarah to Dunston Banks, 83 acres on waters of Millstone creek. May 25, 1790. John Moore, J. P.  
 

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  Page 356—BALDWIN, FRANCIS and wife Rhoda to Jesse Peerman or Perman, 256 acres adj land of Thos. Gilbert, John Jennings and Tapley Flint. Oct. 28, 1789. Richard B. Wootten, Reuben Saffold, Thos. Wootten, J. P., test.  
     
  Page 358—BRADFORD, NATHANIEL and wife Tamar to Benj. Talliaferro, 200 acres on a branch of Broad river called Long creek adj land of Burwell Pope, Jacob and Peter Franks, Thos. Wootten and Johannah Thurmond. Oct. 30, 1790. John Thurmond, John Landrum, Henry Holt, Jacob Franks, test.  
     
  Page 361—BANKS, JOHN and wife Sarah to Benj. Watkins, 200 acres on Indian creek, bounded on three sides by land of Arnold Bruce. Dec. 25, 1790. John Moore, J. P., test.  
     
  Page 57—CATCHINGS, SAYMER and wife Rachel to Wm. Hammett, 200 acres on Kettle creek agreeable to a grant 1784 to said Catchings. May 16, 1790. John Tarvin, Wm. Lambeth, B. Smith, test.  
     
  Page 47—CLARKE, ELIJAH and wife Hannah to Jos. Callaway, Jr., 575 acres bounded S. W. by land of John Lacey, N. W. by Wm. Johnson. Mar. 13, 1788. W. Freeman, Holman Freeman, John Clark, Jr., test.  
     
  Page 39—COULTER, RICHARD, Sr. and wife Rebecca to Myal Johnson Barrett (Barnett?), 200 acres on Doves creek orig grant 1786 to said Coulter. Dec. 25, 1788. John Cosby, John Depriest, John Collins, test.  
     
  Page 67—CHAVIS, JEREMIAH to Isaac McClendon, 287 1/4 acres on waters of Big creek, Greene Co. Oct. 22, 1789. Jacob McClendon, Edwd. Jones, J. P., test.  
     
  Page 92—CLOUD, JEREMIAH to Archibald Yarborough, 250 acres agreeable to a deed from Ezekiel Cloud to said Jeremiah Cloud Oct. 16, 1789. Oct. 24, 1789. Wilie Pope, Robt. Singleton, test.  
     
  Page 94—CROCKETT, JOSEPH to Jonathan Ragan, 50 acres on waters of Beaverdam creek adj land of said Ragan and Samuel Crockett. Dec. 4, 1789. Presley Rucker, Jacob Early, test.  
     
  Page 86—CLARK, CHRISTOPHER to Micajah Clark, 34 acres on the waters of Goose Pond creek. Oct. 26, 1789. Thos. B. Scott, J. P.  
     
  Page 105—CLARKE, ELIJAH to John Culpepper, Sr., 225 acres no waters mentioned. Sept. 14, 1790. W. Freeman, Richard Woodrough, test.  
     
  Page 108—CHAMBERS, ROBERT and wife Lettice to Wm. Ellit or Elliott, 100 acres on north fork of Cedar creek agreeable to a grant to said Chambers, adj land of Jas. Freeman and Wm. Wilmouth when surveyed. Jul. 15, 1790. Jean Hamilton, Wm. Moss, J. P., test.  
     
  Page 80—COHOON, GEORGE and wife Margaret to David Crocket, 200 acres on waters of Fishing creek agrecable to a grant of 1784 to Lameck Beckwith. Oct. 27, 1789. Thos. Hughs, J. P., Daniel Williams, test.  
 

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  Page 154—CATCHINGS, JOSEPH and wife Martha to Elijah Christian, 300 acres on waters of Kettle creek agreeable to orig grant 1786 to John Wilson. May 1, 1790. Geo. Christian, Wm. Christian, Wm. Haken, Valentine Peyton, test.  
     
  Page 157—CLACK, WILLIAM, Sr., to Esther Singletary Starnes, bill of sale for slave Millie, 16 years old. Dec. 24, 1790. Holman Freeman, test.  
     
  Page 158—CHRISTMAS, ROBERT and wife Maria F., to Henry Beverly Gibson, 312 1/2 acres on waters of Little river, half of orig grant to Benj. Few 1785, sold 1789 to said Christmas. Jan. 13, 1791. J. Collier, Henry Carleton, test.  
     
  Page 214—CLARK, JOHN, Sheriff to David Sidwell, 200 acres on Reedy creek adj David Motes orig grant 1785 to John McVay, sold as his property to satisfy a judgment obtained by Caleb Kirk. Jan. 8, 1791. H. Mounger, J. P., Benj. Catchings, C. I. C. W.  
     
  Page 226-227—COX, ZACHARIAH of Wilkes Co., Surveyor to Jas. Smith of Savannah, merchant, 750 acres on waters of Long creek adj John Harden's land on N. W., orig grant Apr. 8, 1785 to said Cox ..... 9, 1785. Thos. Cumming, John Shelman, test.  
     
  Page 188—CHAPMAN, WILLIAM and wife Elizabeth to Ann Milligan, 300 acres agreeable to a grant thereof, bounded at the time, N. by Benj. Welch, E. by Widow Milligan, S. by Jos. Kemp, W. by Silas Bowen. Dec. 20, 1784. Jas. Milligan, Andrew B. Hill, Thos. Carson, Benj. Catchings, J. P., test.  
     
  Page 232—COX, ZACHARIAH of Wilkes Co., to Jas. Smith of Savannah, merchant, 600 acres on waters of Little river, bounded N. E. by Wm. Tennel, S. E. by Robt. Boyd, orig grant to said Cox Apr. 8, inst. Apr. 9, 1785. Thos. Cumming, John Shelman, test.  
     
  Page 236—COX, ZACHARIAH of Wilkes Co. to Jas. Smith of Savannah, merchant, 200 acres on waters of Long creek orig grant to said Cox Apr. 8, Inst. Apr. 9, 1785. Thos. Cumming, John Shelman, test.  
     
  Page 262—CRAWFORD, AMBROSE and wife Martha and Claborn Crawford to Aaron Lipham & Co., 330 acres on waters of Little river. Mar. 14, 1791. Samuel Wilkerson, Thos. Grant, Richard Bowdri, test.  
     
  Page 268—CARDIN, WILLIAM and wife Dicey to Jas. Pye, 200 acres on north fork of Mack's creek, bounded on all sides vacant, agreeable to a grant to said Cardin. Sept. 9, 1789. John Moore, J. P.  
     
  Page 282—COATS, NATHANIEL to Benj. Holmes, 250 acres on both sides of dry fork of Rocky creek orig grant 1785 to said Coats. May 25, 1790. John Talbot, J. P., Stephen Johnson, Jos. Nickleson, test.  
     
  Page 313—COHOON, GEORGE to Elinor Williams, 140 acres on Clarks fork of Long creek adj lands of Francis McKinney, John McDowell,  
     
 

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  Baptist Milligan, Daniel Williams, Thos. Hughes, John Brownfield and Samuel Gilmore, including the improvements where the said Geo. Cohoon lives. Oct. 16, 1790. Thos. and Margaret Hughs, test.  
     
  Page 369—CATCHING, SAYMER and wife Rachel to Jos. Catchings, 200 acres bounded N. E. by Little river, other sides vacant when surveyed 1784 for said Saymer. Nov. 16, 1791. Zachariah Thompson, Richard Watts, test.  
     
  Page 6—DOOLY, GEORGE to Wm. Low, 575 acres on Oconee river, Washington Co., bounded S. E. by Shoulderbone creek orig grant 1784 to Edward Kelly. Feb. 5, 1790. Benj. Catching, J. P., Stith Barksdale, G. Taylor, test.  
     
  Page 112—DEJERNATT, REUBEN to Edward Stephens, 300 acres on Ogeechee river as appears by grants 1787 to said Reuben. Feb. 17, 1790. Frederick Sims, J. P., David Terrell, test.  
     
  Page 181—DOOLY, GEORGE to Esther Singletary Starnes, Lot No. 23 in the town of Petersburgh, half acre, bounded S. by Lot No. 21, N. by Lot No. 25, Aug. 28, 1790. Robt. Taylor, Thos. C. Russell, test.  
     
  Page 255—DAWSON, GEORGE and wife Ruth of Greene Co., to Thos. Wagnon of Wilkes Co., 500 acres on Sherrills creek orig grant 1785 to said Dawson. Jan. 8, 1791. A. Bedell, J. P.  
     
  Page 259—DUNCAN, DAVID to Owen Fluker, 120 acres on Kettle creek, part of orig grant 1789 to said Duncan. Jul. 8, 1789. Hugh Jones, Wm. Fletcher, Jos. Watson, test.  
     
  Page 293—DAMERON, JOHN of Wilkes Co. to Henry Harris of Richmond Co., 160 acres on waters of Williams creek for 20 shillings. Oct. 5, 1789. Benj. Scott, Thos. Grant, Daniel Grant, test.  
     
  Page 44—EVANS, JOHN and wife Elizabeth to Jos. Callaway, Jr., 150 acres on Clarks fork of Long creek orig grant 1785 to Wm. Johnson. Oct. 20, 1788. Wm. Morgan, J. P., Ann Morgan, test.  
     
  Page 62—EDGE, NEHEMIAH to Wm. Casey, 250 acres on waters of Little river, adj land of John Clark, orig grant 1787. Mar. 16, 1789. Samuel Harper, J. P.  
     
  Page 90—ECTOR, HUGH and wife Eleanor to Thos. Patton, 400 acres agreeable to a grant 1786 to said Ector. Oct. 12, 1790. John Moore, J. P.  
     
  Page 328—EADES, ABRAHAM and wife Sarah of Albemarle Co. Va., to Thos. Stephens of Wilkes Co., for L10,200 acres on Goose Pond creek. Dec. 10, 1789. Thos. Hopper, John Tiller, test.  
     
  Page 76—FREEMAN, JAMES to Simcock Canan, 30 acres on E. side of Chickasaw creek adj land of Richard Aycock, whereon said Freeman now lives. Jul. 19, 1790. W. Freeman, Holman Freeman, test.  
 

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  Page 119—FERRELL, JOHN and wife Jean to Wm. Low, 200 acres on Fishing creek. Apr. 17, 1790. Wm. Stokes, Wm. and Jas. Low, test.  
     
  Page 136—FINLEY, JAMES of Camden Co. Ga., to Rev. John Newton of Wilkes Co., 375 acres on waters of Golden Grove creek, bounded S. E. by land of Robt. Caruthers, S. W. by Micajah Williamson, other sides vacant when surveyed, orig grant 1784 to said Finley. Mar. 27, 1789. Jas. Scott, Thos. Kirkpatrick, John King, J. P., test.  
     
  Page 178—FULSOM, JOHN to Richard Castleberry, 185 acres on Ogeechee river, agreeable to a grant 1788 to said Fulsom. Aug. 14, 1790. S. Camp, Chas. Medlock, test.  
     
  Page 211—FOSTER, JAMES of Abbeville Co. S. C., to Jos. Moore of Wilkes Co. Ga., 200 acres on north fork of Vanns creek adj land of Robt. Taylor and Jacob Hambleton. Dec. 23, 1788. Jared Bass, Allen Daniel, test.  
     
  Page 212—FEW, IGNATIUS of Richmond Co., to Reuben Barrow "of said county," 120 acres on Ogeechee river, Wilkes Co., below the mouth of Long creek part of orig grant 1784 to said Few. Dec. 7, 1787. S. Camp, Richard Lovit, test.  
     
  Page 294—FINCH, CHARLES, power of atty to Micajah Anthony to convey to Geo. Hareston of Henry Co. Va., two tracts of land in said county adj land of said Hareston, and sold to him by my son, Wm. Finch. Aug. 1, 1791. Sydnor Cosby, J. P., Wm. Rogers, J. P.  
     
  Page 300—FULSOME, NATHANIEL and wife Esther to John Myrick, Sr., 20 acres beginning on the late Martin Mims line, adj other lands of said Fulsome orig grant 1784 to him. Jan. 14, 1791. Geo. and Septimus Weatherby, Wm. Finch, test.  
     
  Page 327—FLING, JOHN to Thos. McLain, 200 acres on dry fork of Little river. Dec. 24, 1789. Jacob Early, J. P.  
     
  Page 37—GARDNER, SAMUEL of Ga., to Jean Duncan of S. C., 250 acres in Franklin Co. on waters of Oconee river and Cedar creek, part of orig grant of 1375 acres 1786 to said Gardner. Jul. 26, 1788. J. George J. P.  
     
  Page 73—GRIFFITH, GEORGE to Peter Tatum, 200 acres on waters of south fork of Little river, agreeable to a grant 1785. Apr. 19, 1790. Howell Tatum, Jane Downs, test.  
     
  Page 75—GREEN, WILLIAM and wife Mary of Warren Co. N. C., to Peter Tatum of Wilkes Co. Ga., 300 acres on waters of Little river, orig grant 1784 to Chas. Burk. Feb. 23, 1786. Howell Tatum, Ornan Whatley, test.  
     
  Page 142—GLASCOCK, THOMAS and wife Mary of Richmond Co. to Jas. Lane of Wilkes Co., 200 acres orig grant 1784 to Sanders Walker, adj lands of Levi Marshall, David Smith, Chas. Heard and Geo. Walton. Jan. 10, 1791. Geo. Handley, D. Hunter, test.  
 

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  Page 163—GRIFFIN, WILLIAM of Burke Co. to Jos. Stovall of Wilkes Co., 250 acres on Buffalo creek, Washington Co. adj land of John Jones and Wm. Branton. Oct. 9, 1787. John Boseley, J. P., Wm. Daniel, R. Christmas, test.  
     
  Page 166—GOLDSBY, JAMES and wife Elizabeth to Daniel Saffold, 250 acres on waters of Mack's creek adj land of Edmond Jordan and Thos. Wootten. Nov. 22, 1790. Jno. Moore, J. P.  
     
  Page 196—GLASCOCK, THOMAS of Richmond Co. to John Oliver of S. C., 500 acres on lower side of Broad river, known as the tracts called Scotch Town, sold at a sale of confiscated property agreeable to the orig plat. Aug. 20, 1789. Robt. Walton, J. P.  
     
  Page 218—GOODWYN, THOMAS to Harwood Goodwyn, Sr., both of Wilkes Co. Prov. of Ga., 400 acres on waters of Fishing creek, which was orig survey to Richard Call, bought by Col. Micajah Williamson who gave bond for title to said Thos. Jan. 1, 1791. Herod Goodwyn, Jr., Fadde Jarrett, Jonathan Cook, test.  
     
  Page 222—GOLDSBY, JAMES and wife Elizabeth to Jas. Goldsby, Jr., 200 acres on Millstone creek orig grant 1786 to said Jas. Sr. Jul. 21, 1790. John Moore, J. P.  
     
  Page 269—GRIMES, JOHN to Nicholas Hawkins, 200 acres on south fork of Broad river adj land of Jos. Ryan and Grant Taylor orig grant 1789 to said Grimes. Oct. 4, 1790. S. Cosby, J. P.  
     
  Page 310—GORDON, DAVID and wife Betty to Benj. Blake, 250 acres bounded N. by Long creek and Ragan's land, S. W. by Sanders Walker, E. by David Harris. Feb. 4, 1790. Josiah Jordan, David Gordon, test.  
     
  Page 312—GOYNE (Signed Going), MOSES to John Lumpkin, 200 acres on waters of Long creek adj said Lumpkin. Dec. 5, 1789. Thos. Routledge, Geo. Lumpkin, Aaron Springfield, test.  
     
  Page 314—GREENE, PELEG and wife Freelove to Daniel Gaines, 1 acre Lot No. 18 in the town of Washington. Aug. 19, 1791. W. C. Jamison, N. Durkee, R. Worsham, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 324—GILBERT, THOMAS, power of atty to Daniel Gaines to sell 300 acres on Newford creek surveyed for said Gilbert 23, Inst. 250 acres ditto, and also a tract on Newford creek surveyed for Chas. Sneed, Feb. 8, 1786. Jun. 24, 1789. J. Walker, J. P., Wm. Goode, Henry Mounger, test.  
     
  Page 33—HOLLIFIELD, DANIEL and wife Mary to John Sorrow, 200 acres on Millstone creek surrounded when surveyed 1787 by vacant land. Apr. 4, 1788. Richard Goldsby, Samuel Sorrow, test.  
     
  Page 64—HAMBRICK, THOMAS of Greene Co., to Jos. Cooper of Wilkes Co., 200 acres in Wilkes Co., agreeable to a grant 1785 to said Hambrick. Feb. 6, 1788. John Cooper, S. Cosby, J. P. test.  
 

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  Page 74—HARPER, SAMUEL of Wilkes Co., to John Edwards of Jones Co. N. C. 200 acres on both sides of Gray's creek. Apr. 17, 1788. David and Edward Blackshear, test.  
     
  Page 87—HART, JAMES to Levi Phillips, 200 acres on Little Troublesome, a north branch of Long creek, part of 800 acres orig grant 1787 to said Hart. Nov. 8, 1789. Michael Moore, Geo. Swain, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 98—HARRIS, BUCKNER and wife Anne to Sampson Harris, 30 acres on Long creek adj land of Geo. Willis, for 5 shillings. Aug. 24, 1790. B. Smith, Lawr Smith, test.  
     
  Page 138—HARTFIELD, JAMES and wife Martha of Wake Co. N. C., to Jemey Sims of Wilkes Co. Ga., 200 acres adj land of Zachariah Laurence, Thos. Hendon, Curtis Wilborn and Isaac McCleroy, agreeable to orig grant 1790 to said Hartfield. Aug. 13, 1790. Andrew Hartfield, John and Anthony Olive, test.  
     
  Page 179—HAMMETT, JAMES to Micajah Bennett, 25 acres on Kettle creek. Jan. 3, 1789. Mary and Henry Snow, test.  
     
  Page 182—HAMMETT, JAMES and wife Lyda to John Heard and Chas. Tuggle, 23 acres on Kettle creek adj lands of all three. Jul. 23, 1790. Wm. Hammett, J. P.  
     
  Page 187—HEWETT, WILLIAM and wife Tacey to Andrew West, 200 acres agreeable to a grant 1788 to said Hewett. Jan. 31, 1791. Andrew West, Jr., Benj. Catchings, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 198—HAMPTON, HENRY and wife Susannah of Richmond Co., to Jos. Pannill of Wilkes Co., 335 acres being an island in the Savannah river formerly called Douglas' Island, now called Bellisle, orig grant to John Douglas and others. Aug. 17, 1790. Josias Shaw, Mary Allen Hampton, John Shackleford, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 204—HILL, MORDECAI and wife Elizabeth to Warren Stone, 200 acres whereon said Hill now lives and granted 1785 to him. Aug. 20, 1790. Jas. Rutledge, Mattw. Stone, Glen Owen, test.  
     
  Page 206—HENLEY, JOHN, Sr. to Barton Martin, Lot No. 2 in the town of Washington. Feb. 15, 1791. H. Mounger, J. P.  
     
  Page 247—HART, JAMES to Michael Moore, 200 acres on north fork of Long creek called Little Troublesome, bounded N. by Wm. Traylor, W. by land formerly Hemphill's, other sides by said Hart, part of orig grant 1787 to said Hart. Oct. 15, 1789. Geo. Swain, Reuben Radford, test.  
     
  Page 281—HARDMAN, CHARLES and wife Rhoda to John Eades, 300 acres on Goose Pond creek adj lands of both and Joshua Stephens. Feb. 24, 1791. John Moore, J. P.  
 

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  Page 308—HART, BENJAMIN and wife Ann of Wilkes Co. to Francis Kirtly of Va., 450 acres on Broad river orig grant 1786 to said Hart. Dec. 10, 1790. John Moore, J. P. (neither sign by mark).  
     
  Page 365—HAMMOCK, JOHN to Robt. Tucker, 170 acres adj land of said Hammock and Thos. Leverett and beginning on Paschals line. Jan. 24, 1792. B. Catching, J. P.  
     
  Page 366—HOLMES, BENJAMIN and wife Elizabeth to John Holmes, Sr., 100 acres on Soap creek beginning on Thos. Glaze's line. Feb. 27, 1792. B. Catching, J. P.  
     
  Page 59—IVEY, CHARLES and wife Martha to John Akry (Acree?), 100 acres whereon said Ivey lives. Nov. 8, 1788. A. Bedell, A. J.  
     
  Page 201—JOHNSON, WILLIAM and wife Elizabeth of Washington Co. to John Coulter of Wilkes Co., 200 acres adj land of Reuben Saffold. Nov. 20, 1786. Jared Irwin, J. P., Benj. Griffin, test.  
     
  Page 248—JONES, RUSSELL and wife Sealah to John Hubbard, 400 acres adj lands of both parties and John Pope and Tapley Flint. Apr. 7, 1789. Wm. Freeman, Chas. McCartney, test.  
     
  Page 347—JORDAN, BAXTER to Wm. Bush, Jr., 100 acres already laid out from two tracts, one of 200 acres granted Apr. 1787, one of 100 acres granted Mar. 1787. Sept. 26, 1788. Jas. McCormick, J. P., Wm. Bush, test.  
     
  Page 2—KELLY, EDWARD and wife Mary to Geo. Dooly, 575 acres in Washington Co. "being his bounty," on Oconee river and Shoulderbone creek. Jul. 18, 1785. Nathaniel and Burril Smith, Thos. Mitchell, test.  
     
  Page 5—KELLY, MARY releases her dower to above land which is described as being on west side of Shoulderbone creek and Oconee river, being certified by Jos. Pannill, Esqr. Surveyor of Washington Co., as surveyed on bounty for Edward Kelly Jul. 20, 1784, and granted Sept. 20, 1784.  
     
  Page 31—KELLY, JESSE to John and Jesse Roberts, sons of Thos. Roberts, a black cow, no consideration named. Feb. 8, 1790. Arthur Long, Wm. Kelly, test.  
     
  Page 42—KILLGORE, ROBERT and wife Anne to John Holmes, 50 acres on dry fork of Long creek, adj land of said Holmes, Thos. Dukes, Jeremiah Reeves and John Milner orig grant 1785 to said Killgore. Jun. 9, 1789. Wm. Hickman, Pitt Milner, test.  
     
  Page 101—KELLY, BARNARD, (signed Barney), of Wilkes Co., to Jas. Bewford of Bedford Co. Va., 500 acres on waters of Hammocks creek. Jun. 4, 1789. Wm. Moore, J. P., Benj. Bragg, test.  
     
  Page 131—KIRK, ELIZABETH, widow of Yorktown, York Co. Pa., to her son Caleb Kirk, merchant of the same place, 250 acres on Reedy creek, Wilkes Co. Ga., "the same laid out for me in pursuance of a warrant  
 

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  for that purpose." Also for all her right to all other warrants for land in Ga. Deed of gift. Aug. 2, 1784. Ambrose Updegraff, Nathan Updegraff, Wm. Welch, Mordecai Miller, test.  
     
  Page 7—LOW, WILLIAM, Sr. to Jas. Low for 5 shillings half a tract of land in Greene Co. on Oconee river and Shoulderbone creek. Feb. 22, 1790. Benj. Catching, J. P., H. Mounger, test.  
     
  Page 7—LEVERETT, WILLIAM and wife Bridget to Benj. Baldwin, 200 acres bounded S. by Little river, W. by land of Richard Johnson, N. by said Baldwin, E. by Robt. Leverett. Jan. 25, 1790. John Holmes, Jr., Benj. Catching, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 29—LAMAR, BASIL and wife Mary to Jas. Wade, 200 acres on a branch of Pistol creek, waters of Savannah river, adj land of Drury Cade, Jas. Gordon, Thos. Little and Robt. McGarry. Dec. 24, 1788. Richard White, Henry Ware, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 55—LUMKIN, GEORGE and wife Ann of Wilkes Co., to Jesse Witt of Henry Co. Va., 400 acres on east side of Buffalo fork of Long creek, now in Witts possession. Jan. 5, 1789. Holman Freeman, Jos. Cook, John Hardiman, Robt. Lumpkin, test.  
     
  Page 61—LACKEY, WILLIAM to Wm. Stephenson, 200 acres, agreeable to a grant 1788. Jan. 5, 1789. Geo. Cohoon, David Crockett, Geo. Williams, test.  
     
  Page 151—LINDSEY, JOHN to John Dooly, 300 acres on Savannah river, known as "Egypt," orig grant 1780 to Stephen Heard. Feb. 4, 1790. Seaborn Jones, Nathaniel H. Churchill, test.  
     
  Page 161—LIPHAM, AARON to Alex. Norris, 220 acres. Sept. 14, 1790. H. Mounger, J. P., Hugh Jones, test.  
     
  Page 164—LITTLETON, MARK to Jesse Norman, 200 acres on both sides of Newford creek. Nov. 16, 1789. Richard Wootten, David Therman, Jesse Gordon, test.  
     
  Page 170—LEFTRICH, JOHN and wife Sitha to Chas. Tuggle and John Heard, 127 acres adj lands of Bartholomew Johnson, Mark Snow, and Jas. Hammett. Jul. 30, 1790. Wm. Hammett, J. P.  
     
  Page 276—LEDBETTER, MATTHEW to Wm. Duke, 200 acres on dry fork of Long creek adj lands of Wm. and Thos. Dukes, agreeable to a grant 1787. Oct. 1, 1790. Jas. Rutledge, Edmon Duke, test.  
     
  Page 343—LAMAR, ZACHARIAH and wife Sarah of Richmond Co., to Donstall (Tunstall?) Banks of Wilkes Co., 250 acres on Millstone creek a branch of Broad river, orig grant 1780 to said Lamar. Jun. 12, 1790. Wm. Smith, Chas. McCartney, test.  
     
  Page 372—LEVERETT, WILLIAM and wife Bridgett, to Edward Butler, 344 acres on waters of Beaverdam creek adj lands of Casey Asque,  
     
 

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  Thos. Terrell, John Crutchfield and said Butler, orig grand 1787 to said Leverett. Jan. 27, 1792. Joshua Ballard, test.  
     
  Page 11—MURRAY, WILLIAM, power of atty to Matthew Talbot, Jr., for all business, but especially to convey to Jas. Buford of Va., 265 acres in Bedford Co. Va. Oct. 7, 1789. John Talbot, J. P., Thos. Talbot, John Baber, test.  
     
  Page 12—MURRAY, DAVID, Jr., power of atty to Matthew Talbot, Jr., for all business but especially the same as above. Apr. 28, 1790. Wm. Scott, Wm. and Thos. Murray, test.  
     
  Page 13—MURRAY, JAMES, power of atty to Matthew Talbot for purposes same as above. Same date and test.  
     
  Page 17—MOBLEY, JOHN of Edgefield Co. S. C., to Peter Carril of Wilkes Co. Ga., a tract of land on Falling creek, it being the upper half of 400 acres orig grant 1788 to said Mobley. Mar. 11, 1789. Jas. and Olive Bell, test.  
     
  Page 18—MERRIL or MERRIT, BENJAMIN and wife Anne (signed Nancy), to Benj. Goss, 250 acres on north side of Cedar creek beginning on the bank where Jesse Willingham's line crosses the creek, then down the creek to Samuel Nelson's line, with all buildings. Aug. 20, 1788. Chas. Goss, Wm. Key, Christopher Clark, Thos. B. Scott, test.  
     
  Page 20—McCAMMON, JAMES to Jas. Armstrong, 200 acres on Rocky fork of Little river, part of 1800 acres orig grant 1785 to said McCammon. May 30, 1789. Jas. and Patty Whiteside, test.  
     
  Page 36—McGARRY, ROBERT to Jas. Wade, 83 acres on both sides of Pistol creek. Sept. 17, 1789. Jas. Cade, Thos. Wootten, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 41—MURRAY, THOMAS to John Leftwich, land on the waters of Little river agreeable to grants 1786 to Alex. Cummings. Nov. 13, 1789. Josiah Cole, Jeffrey Earley, John Cargile, Jr., test.  
     
  Page 60—MOORE, JONAS and wife Mary to Jas. Sanders, 200 acres on Brushy creek waters of Broad river, including the forks of said creek, surveyed by Jas. McCammon, Dep. Surveyor, bounded one side by Mrs. Stephens, other sides vacant. May 22, 1789. Stephen Heard, John Hardin, test.  
     
  Page 72—McCORMICK, JOHN, Sr. and wife Sarah, and John McCormick, Jr., to Philemon Bird, 200 acres on the fork of Little river, whereon said McCormick now lives. Sept. 15, 1789. Benj. McCormick, Job. Bird, test.  
     
  Page 81—McVAY, JOHN of Wilkes Co., to Ignatius Few of Richmond Co., 200 acres orig grant to said McVay. Jan. 22, 1789. Jos. Buffington, Benj. Few, J. P., test.  
 

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  Page 114—McDONALD, HUGH and wife Helen of Wilkes Co. to John McKenzie of S. C., 340 acres on Coldwater and Cedar creeks, adj lands of Thos. Houston, John Pope, Isaac Alexander, Jas. Highsmith, Jas. Shields and Hugh King. Jul. 18, 1789. Peter Thompson, John Cunningham, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 123—MANN, MILLEY to Jos. Cook, 400 acres on Cosby's creek agreeable to a grant 1790 to said Milley. Sept. 22, 1790. Andrew Frazier, Wm. Traylor, Edmd. Graves, test.  
     
  Page 125—MANN, MILLEY to Jos. Cook, 400 acres on Matthew's creek, agreeable to a grant 1790 to said Milley. Sept. 22, 1790. Andrew Frazier, Wm. Traylor, Edmd. Graves, test.  
     
  Page 128—MANN, MILLEY to Jos. Cook, 100 acres on Buffalo fork of Long creek, being part of the tract whereon Benj. Allen now lives. Sept. 9, 1790. Edwin Mounger, Dez. Runnels, John Matthews, test.  
     
  Page 130—MANN, MILLEY to Jos. Cook, bill of sale for cattle, hogs, household goods, Dutch ovens, corn, tobacco, etc. Sept. 21, 1790. Wm. Traylor, Andrew Frazier, Edmd. Greeves, test.  
     
  Page 146—MOSELEY, BENJAMIN to Edward Phair, a tract on Fishing creek Washington Co., agreeable to a grant 1784 to said Moseley. Jan. 3, 1786. Ephraim Phair, Benj. Moseley, Jr., test.  
     
  Page 149—MOSLEY, WILLIAM to Ephraim Pharr, 287 1/2 acres on Sandy creek Washington Co., adj lands of Seymore Catchings, John Parks, and Thos. Grier, agreeable to a grant 1784 to said Mosley. Jan. 3, 1786. Edward Phair, Jr., Benj. Mosley, Jr., test.  
     
  Page 197—McCLESKY, DAVID to Leonard Winters for love and affection and divers acts of hospitality, a slave Peg. Jan. 28, 1790. John Forgus, J. P., John Montgomery, test.  
     
  Page 216—MERONA, JAMES and wife Cela to Drury Smith, 67 acres known as "The Hill" on Soap creek. Sept. 13, 1790. Samuel Thompson, Samuel Reeves, test.  
     
  Page 225—McFALL, GEORGE to Dennis McFall, bill of sale for a trotting horse, cattle etc. Sept. 3, 1790. John McFall, Wm. Ramey, Jas. Scott, test.  
     
  Page 249—MOODY, THOMAS and wife Rhoda to Martin Dowdy, 200 acres on Millstone creek a branch of Broad river. Mar. 11, 1789. Thos. B. Scott, J. P test.  
     
  Page 273—MIMS, JOHN and wife Anna to Richard Hill, 200 acres on Rocky Comfort creek, adj lands of Drury and Wm. Mims when surveyed 1785. Oct. 26, 1789. Thos. Hill, John Rutherford, test.  
     
  Page 278—McCLAIN, JOHN and wife Marney (Marina?), of Wilkes Co. to  
 

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  Griffin Smith of Nottoway Co. Va., 200 acres on waters of Fishing creek where Richard Heard now lives, adj lands of Sanders Walker, John Gilmore and Wm. Kimbra in 1785 when surveyed. Feb. 16, 1791. Aquilla and Martha House, Richard Heard, test.  
     
  Page 280—MERCER, SILAS and wife Dorcas to Samuel Walker, 200 acres on Legets branch of Fishing creek agreeable to a grant 1784 to said Mercer. Feb. 10, 1789. J. Walker, J. P., Joshua Alexander, test.  
     
  Page 290—MANN, MILLEY to Nathan Nall, 400 acres in two tracts on waters of Scull Shoal creek of Broad river, adj. said Milley, David Criswell, and Christopher Gardner. Jul. 11, 1791. John Moore, J. P.  
     
  Page 295—MITCHEM, WILLIAM to Wm. Douglas, 125 acres on Morris' creek. Feb. 10, 1791. Azariah and John Bailey, test.  
     
  Page 304—McCARTY, DANIEL and wife Hannah, for love and affection, to oldest son Cornelius slaves Peter and Fryday etc; to oldest dau. Nancy McCarty slave Cain etc. Jun. 4, 1791. H. Mounger, J. P., Edwin Mounger, test.  
     
  Page 305—McCARTY, DANIEL and wife Hannah to Martin Crews, 500 acres on Clouds creek of Broad river, orig grant 1785 to said McCarty. Sale. Jun. 4, 1791. Edwin and Henry Mounger, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 307—MURRAY, DAVID, Sr. and wife Elizabeth to Wm. Murray, 400 acres on waters of Uptons creek, agreeable to a grant 1787. Mar. 2, 1791. Jean Murray, Paulinea Murray, Thos. Murray, test.  
     
  Page 337—McNIEL, CATHARINE to Michael and Jas. McNiel, 750 acres on Sills fork of Little river bounded S. W. by lands of John Holiday, other sides vacant at time of survey, orig grant 1784. Apr. 14, 1785. Elizabeth Frazer, Ambrose Jones, Effe Hoge, test.  
     
  Page 363—McCARTY, JOHN and wife Susannah to Sherod Stroud, 100 acres on waters of Rocky creek, being part of 400 acres whereon said McCarty now lives, orig grant 1787 to said John. Jun. 15, 1790. John and Nancy Stroud, Agnes McCarty, test.  
     
  Page 367—McDOWELL, THOMAS and wife Martha to Geo. Hamilton, 85 acres on Fishing creek, bounded all sides by Jos. Carsons and Cresswell's land, orig grant 1790 to said McDowell. Mar. 3, 1790. B. Catching, J. P.  
     
  Page 239—NORRIS, THOMAS and wife Sarah to Samuel Billingsly, their part of 200 acres whereon said Billingsly now lives, orig grant 1785 to Samuel Thornton. Dec. 27, 1790. Walter and Wm. Billingslea, test.  
     
  Page 271—NAIL, (Signed Neal), JOSEPH and wife Frances to John or Jos. Patterson, 200 acres on Savannah river, adj Julius Nail. Sept. 10, 1790. Michael Gaar, John Cunningham, J. P. test.  
 

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  Page 286—NALL, NATHAN and wife Sarah to Betsy Man, 100 acres on Buffalo creek, adj said Nall. Aug. 27, 1790. John Moore, J. P.  
     
  Page 1—O'NEAL, JOHN, Jr., to Moses Grier, 300 acres N. W. of Williams creek, it being part of 550 acres orig grant 1785 to said O'neal. May 30, 1787. Andrew Burns, J. P., Aaron Grier, test.  
     
  Page 46—PENNINGTON, ABEL and wife Sarah to Jacob Burton, 240 acres on both sides of Cedar creek whereon said Pennington now lives, adj Jones Broach, Peter Oliver and Benj. Hamrick. May 20, 1789. Benj. Baker, Jesse White, test.  
     
  Page 51—PATRIDGE, JESSE and wife Sarah to John Golson, 200 acres on waters of Kettle creek. Mar. 13, 1790. Hugh Blair, E. Butler, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 82—PARISH, LEMUEL binds himself to Wm. West, carpenter till he is 20 years and 6 months old. Aug. 5, 1790.  
     
  Page 174—PIPER, JOHN of Columbia Co., to John Graves of Wilkes Co., bill of sale for slaves, Harry, Sambo, Jinny, Lett, Milly, Aggy, Nell and Judd, horses, cattle etc. Jan. 13, 1791. Jas. Kendrick, Peter Stubblefield, test.  
     
  Page 243—PYE, JAMES and wife Susannah to Daniel Freeman, 200 acres on waters of Macks creek adj lands of John Smith, Wm. Cardin and Jane Patton. Jul. 5, 1789. John Moore, J. P.  
     
  Page 257—PORTER, BENJAMIN and wife Patsy Claiborne to Wm. Moore, 640 acres on south side of Rocky creek and on both sides of Reedy Fork being part of the land of Wm. Manson, sold by Commissioners of Confiscated Estates, surveyed by John Webster. Mar. 4, 1791. Henry Mounger, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 299—PRESTIDGE, JOHN and wife Elizabeth, deed of gift to their children, to oldest son Larkin, 2nd son Samuel, 3rd son John, oldest dau Lett, 2nd dau Nancy, 3rd dau. Hannah, 4th. dau. Lucy, horses, cattle, household goods etc. May 4, 1791. Winny Simmons, Jno. Moore, J. P., test.  
     
  Page 311—PATRICK, ALEX. and wife Elizabeth to Nicholas Hawkins, 200 acres on Saffolds fork of Long creek, adj lands of John Fielder, and Burwell Brewer. Dec. 23, 1789. Geo. Swain, J. P., Caroline Swain, Reuben Radford, test.  
     
  Page 374—PORTER, THOMAS to Nicholas Porter all estate real and personal, at the death of Thos. If Thos. dies before Nicholas, the latter to dispose of as he pleases. Apr. 15, 1791. John Cook, Edward Hill, test.  
     
  Page 24—RAVOT, ABRAHAM, Hugh Lawson and Hepworth Carter, Commissioners of Confiscated Estates to Daniel Gaines of Amherst Co. Va., 500 acres on south side of Broad river at the mouth of  
 

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  Chickasaw creek, adj lands of Demsey Hinton, confiscated property of Jas. Gordon. Jan. 10, 1784. Job Pray, John Talbot, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 26—RAVOT, ABRAHAM, Hugh Lawson and Hepworth Carter, Commissioners of Confiscated Estates to Daniel Gaines of Amherst Co. Va., 500 acres adj. Drury Cade, 500 acres including Brewton Cabbins, property of Jas. Gordon. Jan. 15, 1784.  
     
  Page 88—RUSSELL, THOS. COMMANDER and wife Mary to Col. Holman Freeman, 650 acres whereon said Russell now lives, bounded N. by Broad river, E. by Benj. Ragland, S. by Thos. Owens, W. by Allas Mills and Holman Freeman. Apr. 2, 1790. Jas. Currin, Esther S. Stephens, test.  
     
  Page 140—RICHARDSON, JOHN to Thos. Richardson, 300 acres on both sides of Newford creek sold to said John by Nathaniel Perre. Jan. 21, 1791. Isaiah Willis, Gilbert Gilder, test.  
     
  Page 207—RICHARDSON, AGNES, widow, to Jas. Johnson, 100 acres on Indian creek, being part of 250 acres granted said Agnes, and part of the tract whereon she now lives. May 18, 1789. Benj. Herrin, John Barrett, test.  
     
  Page 223—ROBERTS JOSEPH of Pittsylvania Co. Va., to Daniel Roberts "of the other part," for love and affection and 5 shillings, slaves Buck, Jenny, Isham, Peter, Amy, Chas, Lucy, Dorchus, Vilott, Jenny an infant, bed, cattle, household goods etc. Dec. 2, 1789. A. Bedell, J. P., Thos. Watts, test.  
     
  Page 267—RUNNOLDS, RICHARD to Thos. Runnolds, slaves Jack, Fillis, Buck, Joe, bill of sale. Aug. 3, 1791. Jacob Awtrey, test.  
     
  Page 351—REED, JOHN and wife Caty of Wilkes Co., to Jos. Hubbard of Cumberland Co. Va., 180 acres on north side of Macks creek adj land of Thos. Moody. May 3, 1791. John Griffin, Robt. Smith, Thos. Moody, test.  
     
  Page 16—SMITH, CHARLES and wife Nancy to Geo. Smith, 200 acres on Stony Ridge orig grant to Chas. Smith and Geo. Hoof. Jun. 1, 1789. John Crutchfield, J. P.  
     
  Page 43—SWAN, AQUILLA and wife Mary to Jacob Everhart, 200 acres on Broad river adj Jesse Dod and Wm. Miller. May 22, 1789. J. Abernethee, Holman Freeman, J. P., test.  
     
  Page 53—STOKES, JOHN of Washington Co., to Henry Hall of Wilkes Co., 194 acres in Wilkes Co. Aug. 8, 1788. Henry and Samuel Stokes, test.  
     
  Page 54—SCURLOCK, JOSHUA and wife Betty to Wm. Triplett, 360 acres on branch of Uptons creek orig grant 1788 to said Scurlock. Dec. 3, 1788. Ephraim Bowen, Edmund Talbot, Presley Scurlock, test.  
 

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  Page 63—SCOTT, BENJAMIN to Morgan Williams, 700 acres on both sides of south fork of Little river. Jul. 6, 1790. Benj. Catchings, J. P.  
     
  Page 93—STUBBLEFIELD, PETER and wife Peggie of Wilkes Co., to Robt. Spilsby Coleman of Spottsylvania Co. Va., 200 acres of waters of Uptons creek orig grant 1788 to said Stubblefield. Jul. 14, 1790. Richard Moore, B. Porter, test.  
     
  Page 117—STEPHENSON, THOMAS and wife Mary of Greene Co., to Wm. Morgan of Wilkes Co., 124 acres adj land of Moses White and Geo. Darden. Jul. 9, 1790. John Stephenson, Wm. Stevenson, Joshua Roberts, test.  
     
  Page 134—SMITH, PETER to Wm. Green, 17 acres being part of 400 acres granted said Smith. Jan. 23, 1790. Benj. Ballard, Joshua Ballard, Benj. Holmes, test.  
     
  Page 145—STRINGER, JAMES to Jos. Henderson, Sr., 130 acres part of 400 acres granted Geo. Darden by Edward Telfair, Gov. Nov. 30, 1790. Jeremiah Boggus, Richard Poteet, test.  
     
  Page 160—STRONG, WILLIAM and wife Peggy to Richard Odom, 200 acres on south side of north fork of Broad river, orig grant 1787 to Nathan Barnett. Nov. 3, 1789. Thos. B. Scott, J. P.  
     
  Page 221—SANFORD, JESSE of Greene Co., to Sion Wheelis of Wilkes Co., 420 acres on the Red Lick of Ogeechee river, part of 1000 acres granted said Sanford, beginning on John Dismukes line. Feb. 4, 1789. R. Rutland, Cader and Moses Powell, test.  
     
  Page 244—SMITH, WILLIAM and wife Selie to Wm. Cole, 200 acres on both sides of south fork of Fishing creek whereon said Wm. Cole lives, orig grant 1784 to said Smith. Feb. 5, 1786. Thos. McDowell, John Peters, John Edwards, test.  
     
  Page 258—STAMPER, POWELL to grandsons Hillery and John Hooks, cattle etc. Deed of gift. May 12, 1791. Geo. Darden, Amos Shaw, Wm. Sansom, test.  
     
  Page 266—SEWALL, CHARLES, to Lewis Sewall, bill of sale for slaves Jeany and her children Nathan and Franky, and slave Fanny, horse, cow etc. Jan. 21, 1790. Thos. Johnson, test.  
     
  Page 296—SAXON, DAVIS to John Reed, 180 acres on north side of Macks creek. Jan. 20, 1790. Isham Davis, John Herring, test.  
     
  Page 66—TRIPLETT, WILLIAM of Wilkes Co., to Edward Bradley of Greene Co., 680 acres on waters of Lloyds and Grays creeks adj lands of Leonard Switzer, John and Francis McKinney and Robt. Hamilton. John Talbot, J. P., Rene Fitzpatrick, test. July 28, 1790.  
     
  Page 102—TEMPLETON, JOHN of Wilkes Co. to Edward Yarborough of  
 

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  Roan (Rowan?) Co. N. C., 1590 acres on waters of Deep creek. Feb. 15, 1789. Isham Mackey, Richard Moore, test.  
     
  Page 109—THORNTON, WILLIAM and wife Sarah to Edmund Daniel, 400 acres on S. E. side of Sherrills creek. Jun. 20, 1785. Wmson Bird, Michael Woodall, Henry Thornton, test.  
     
  Page 152—THOMPSON, ISHAM and wife Sarah to Collin Reed, Lot No. 26, in the town of Petersburgh on west side of Front street, agreeable to a plan laid off and exhibited to the first purchasers of said town by Dionysius Oliver. Jun. 20, 1788. H. Caldwell, Robt. Chambers, Jas. Tait, J. P., test.  
     
  Page 153—THOMPSON, JOHN F. to Collin Reed, Lot No. 24 in the town of Petersburg, half acre, 44 yards on Front street and 55 yards outwards. Jun. 25, 1789. John Buchanan, John Oliver, test.  
     
  Page 155—TAIT, JAMES and wife Rebecca to Esther Singletary Starnes, Lot No. 25 in town of Petersburg adj Lot No. 20 S., Lot No. 27, E., W. by Front street. Sept. 20, 1790. W. H. Tate, Thos. C. Russell, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 176—TALBOT, MATTHEW to Thos. Murray, 250 acres on Fork creek a branch of Broad river orig grant 1786 to said Talbot. May 3, 1790. G. Little, Eliza Talbot, John Talbot, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 241—TORRENCE, JOHN to Byrd Prewitt, 350 acres on Rocky Comfort creek including the fork below the upper trading path, orig grant 1789 to said Torrence. Mar. 28, 1789. Jas. Johnson, Hugh Rees, J. P., Mat Hubert, J. P., test.  
     
  Page 245—TYLER, WILLIAM to Howell Jarrett, 150 acres on a branch of Rocky creek, bounded N. W. by John Jack, N. E. by Widow Smith, S. E. by Manson's land, S. W. by Thos. Brown, granted 1789 to said Tyler. Jan. 25, 1791. Noyal Nelms, Thos. Wootten, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 263—TALBOT, MATTHEW to John Walton, 600 acres adj lands of Ball Bentley, Geo. Ballard, Geo. Walton, R. Hambleton, Wm. Green, Peter Smith and F. Trawick. Mar. 10, 1791. David Murray, Wm. Murray, David Murray, Sr., test.  
     
  Page 274—TRIPLETT, WILLIAM and wife Sarah to Wm. Bawl, 200 acres orig grant 1787 to said Triplett. May 26, 1789. Pat Cunningham, John Geo. Herrege, test.  
     
  Page 297—TILLERY, JOHN and wife Margarett to John Tillery Jr., 300 acres orig grant to said John, Sr. 1788. Apr. 9, 1791. S. Cosby, J. P.  
     
  Page 333—TAYLOR, JOHN to Amos Ponder, 200 acres on waters of Cloud's creek adj lands of Robinson Hendon, Richard Call and Jas. Bridges. Dec. 8, 1790. Wm. and Hez. Luckie, test.  
     
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  of Wilkes Co., 200 acres on waters of Soap creek adj lands of Daniel Burnett and Robt. Walton orig grant 1786 to said Troy. Oct. 14, 1786. Jonathan Downs, Mary Lewis, test.  
     
  Page 71—VASON, WILLIAM and wife Ann to Philemon Bird, 7,7/10 acres on north side of Little river, being part of the land whereon said Wm. and Ann live. Sept. 16, 1789. Job Bird, Samuel Harper, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 10—WILLIAMS, ISAAC to Wyatt Revier, carpenter, 200 acres on waters of Little river, bounded S. E. by land of Isaac Dennis, now John Mills, orig grant 1787 to said Williams. Nov. 6, 1789. Josiah Hudgins, E. Butler, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 14—WALKER, SANDERS and wife Sarah to Geo. Tucker, 287 1/2 acres on waters of Rocky creek, Greene Co., orig grant 1784 to Jos. Walker. Jan. 27, 1790. Nancy Y. Walker, John King, J. P., W. Terrell, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 21—WALKER, ELIJAH to Samuel James 134 acres. Mar. 5, 1789. Azariah Bailey, Geo. Underwood, test.  
     
  Page 22—WATERS, GEORGE to Jas. Goldsby, slave Dick, household goods, etc., bill of sale. May 15, 1790. John Moore, J. P., test.  
     
  Page 34—WELBORN, CURTIS and wife Mary to Willis' Pope, 500 acres on both sides of Golden Grove creek, orig grant to said Wilborn 1785. Dec. 16, 1788. Elijah Cowen, Frances George, test.  
     
  Page 38—WHITE, RHODA to Jeremiah Dickens, 200 acres on a branch of Little river, adj land of Benj. Catching, orig grant 1784. Sept. 5, 1788. Henry English, Henry Haynes, Walton Whatley, test.  
     
  Page 70—WILLIAMS, FREDERICK and wife Ellenor to Wm. Young, 250 acres beginning on Gravener Stewart's line. Oct. 31, 1789. Josiah Cole, J. P., Anderson Farimbrough, test.  
     
  Page 77—WELLS, ROBERT, Sr. and wife Esther to Wm. Ratliffe, 200 acres according to orig grant 1788 to said Wells. Aug. 13, 1789. Jas. and Drewry Smith, test.  
     
  Page 96—WILKINSON, ANNE, widow of the town of Washington, for love etc to dau. Sarah Harwood Jones wife of Seaborn Jones of Augusta, atty at law, a slave Tellah and her two children Nancy and Billy. Oct. 2, 1790. Frederick Sims, J. P., John King, J. P.  
     
  Page 100—WRIGHT, WILLIAM and wife Lydia to Thos. Brown, 200 acres on a branch of Rocky creek on the north side, bounded S. W. by land of said Brown. Aug. 6, 1789. Nathaniel Coats, Matt Hubert, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 104—WILLIAMSON, MICAJAH and wife Sally to Jos. Henderson, Sr., 200 acres formerly the property of Daniel Phillips, lying on the ridge between Kettle and Long creeks, adj the land whereon said Henderson now lives, said land bought at sale of confiscated lands by said Williamson. Aug. 30, 1789. John Johnson, Richard Bowdree, test.  
 

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  Page 116—WILLIAMSON, MICAJAH and wife Sally to Peter Stubblefield, Lot No. 5 in Washington town between the lots of Jas. Williams and Dr. John B. Rustin on the north street of said town, whereon the said Williamson formerly lived. Jul. 20, 1790. John Graves, Francis Morgan, Richard Moore, test.  
     
  Page 121—WHEAT, JOHN and wife Ann to Joshua Johnson, 200 acres part of 300 acres granted said Wheat 1790, adj land of Matthew Wheat, Buckner Harris and Priscilla Canady. May 9, 1790. Wm. Morgan, J. P., John and Obednego Moore, test.  
     
  Page 171—WALKER, SANDERS and wife Sarah to Richard Griffin, 300 acres on Soap creek, orig grant 1784 to said Walker. Jan. 9, 1787. John Ray, Owen Griffin, Wm. Baldwin, test.  
     
  Page 183—WHEAT, JOHN and Jas. Orswell Ashley, Priscilla, Elizabeth and Jean Kenneda to Owen Griffin, 50 acres on Soap creek, granted to Henry Kenneda 1773 by Sir Jas. Wright, and by the said Henry Kennedy left to us in fee simple. Oct. 23, 1786. Richard Griffin, Wm. Wright, Josiah Stovall, test.  
     
  Page 186—WOOTTEN, THOMAS to Jesse Norman, 100 acres, no description. Dec. 4, 1789. Jas. Wootten, Nathaniel Hudson, Holman Freeman, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 199—WILLIAMS, SILAS and wife Lucy of Wilkes Co., to Wm. Daniel of Prince Edward Co. Va., 150 acres on both sides of the south fork of Little river. Jan. 4, 1791. Douglas Watson Thos. Baldwin, Thos. Nelms, Jr. test.  
     
  Page 203—WATTS, THOMAS, to his sons Jacobas, Littleberry, Harrison, Archibald, Pleasant and Jubal Watts, for love and affection and 5 shillings; to Jacobas, slave Stephen, to Littleberry, slave Henry, to Harrison, slave Lewis, to Archibald, slave Dick, to Pleasant slave Jane to Jubal slave Sam. Slaves Will, Bell and Cane to be equally divided amongst all, also horses, cattle, corn, household goods etc. Jun. 20, 1790. D. Roberts, A. Bedell, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 208—WILLIAMS, JOSEPH and wife Franky to John Williams, for L30, 300 acres on waters of Little river adj lands of said Jos. and Wm. and Jesse Bentley. Feb. 2, 1785. Chas. and Anthony Ivey, test.  
     
  Page 252—WILLIAMS, JOSEPH of Wilkes Co. to Jas. Huckaby of Franklin Co. N. C., 368 acres on Sherrills creek, Feb. 15, 1791. Anthony Ivey, Yancy Thornton, test.  
     
  Page 253—WILLIAMS, JOSEPH to Allimiah Ivey (he), 184 acres on waters of Sherrills creek adj lands of Chas. and Anthony Ivey. Feb. 15, 1791. A. Bedell, test.  
     
  Page 270—WALKER, SANDERS and wife Sarah to Samuel Walker, 30  
 

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  acres on Legets branch part of orig grant 1784 to Silas Mercer. Mar. 20, 1791. John Slaobyen, Stephen Clement, Jesse Heard, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 284—WALTON, ROBERT and wife Elizabeth to Buckner Griffin, 300 acres on Soap creek bounded S. W. by land of Thos. Glaze, other sides by said Walton and granted 1786 to him. Nov. 19, 1788. Richard Griffin, Robt. Graves, Caty Douglas, test.  
     
  Page 292—WALKER, SANDERS and wife Sarah to John Hammock, Sr., 250 acres on Oconee river and Shoulderbone creek (now Greene Co.), part of 487 1/2 acres orig grant 1787 to said Walker. Mar. 7, 1790. Jane Pope, John Smith, Patcy Walker, test.  
     
  Page 317—WALTON, WILLIAM to Thos. Walton, Sr., 450 acres on Fishing creek agreeable to orig grant Mar. 15, 1790. May 22, 1790. Thos. Walton, Holman Freeman, J. P. test.  
     
  Page 320—WILLIAMS, FREDERICK and wife Elenor to Silas Williams, 350 acres on both sides of south fork of Little river, agreeable to orig grant 1787 to said Frederick, adj lands of Douglas Watson, Michael Whatley "then W. to the branch said Silas lives on, and down the branch to the mouth." Jan. 19, 1788. Thos. Nelms, Thos. Nelms, Sr., test.  
     
  Page 331—WELBORN, JOSHUA and wife Elizabeth to Sarah Salmons, widow, 100 acres on Fishing creek, bounded N. W. by said Welborn, part of orig grant of 300 acres. Sept. 20, 1790. Mary and Edward Jones, test.  
     
  Page 336—WATKINS, JOHN late of Wilkes Co., but now of Greene, power of atty to Buckner Harris of Wilkes Co., for all business, but especially to collect from John Depriest of Elbert Co. all debts. Jun. 11, 1791. R. Dejarnett, test.  
     
  Page 342—WATSON, DOUGLAS to Zachariah Thompson, a certain tract on Little river, adj said Thompson, for 1000 weight of tobacco. Apr. 20, 1791. A Bedell, J. I. C.  
     
  Page 349—WADKINS, ROBERT of Johnson Co. N. C. to Reece Wadkins of Wilkes Co. Ga., 200 acres bounded S. E. by land of Arnold Brice (Bruce?), other sides vacant. Mar. 1, 1791. Christopher Orr, test.  
     
  Page 353—WALKER, WILLIAM and wife Mary to Joshua Mabry, 200 acres on Little river. Dec. 28, 1791. Harwood Goodwyn, Jr., Thos. Leverett, test.  
     
  Page 107—YOUNG, GEORGE, Sr., and wife Susannah to Geo. Young, Jr., 190 acres on head branches of Buffalo creek, adj lands of Leonard Young, Geo. Lumkin, Thos. Rutledge, Wm. Forster and Joshua Davis, part of 400 acres purchased from Geo. Lumpkin. Sept. 4, 1790. Frederick Sims, J. P.  
 

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  Page 155—YANCEY, JAMES, constable to Esther Singletary Starnes, a slave Peg late the property of Catherine Winters. Dec. 17, 1790. Thos. C. Russell, J. P.  
     
 
 

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