Milhouse

Sarah Milhouse 1725 15th part@Camden (Pine Tree Hill) Mr. James Cook, one of the provincial surveyors, married Miss Sarah Milhouse (Citizens & Immigrants to SC 1768 by Warren Pub. Heritage Papers 1980, SCDAH p372)

John Milhouse 1768 (Citizens & Immigrants to SC 1768 by Warrne Pub. Heritage Papers 1980, SCDAH p98) Petition of inhabitants residing in Forks of Broad & Saludy Rivers, Bush Ck., Rayburns Ck., & parts adjacent. We need a road from Orangeburgh to Saludy to Basher & Rayburns Ck., we petition that you Vest the Right to keep a ferry over Saludy River in Samuel Kelly & John Milhouse "their land lying on both sides of the river. Ask appointment of road commissioners: Andrew Brown, John Milhouse, James Cheek, Wm. Booth, Barnabus Arthur, John Fisher, & John Furnas.

John Milhouse 1768 50a Berkeley Co. Granted 23 oct. 1765 (Ibid p259)

John Milhouse 1768 50a Berkeley Co. Tues. 2 Feb. 1768 petition for warrants of survey & to certify platts (two entries on p23, Ibid)

John Milhouse 50a Berkeley Co. Granted 29 April 1768 (ibid p44)

John Milhouse 1768 400a Craven Co., Fredericksburg Township on NE side of Wateree River, NW John Collins, SW Great Neck, SE James McGirt, NE vacant, originally granted 3-6-1750 to George Senior at Quit Rent 4/ pro money per 100a to commence from date of lease & release to Robert Milhouse, since deceased, who by last will and testament left 400a to his son John Millhouse, memorialist.(Citizens & Immigrants to SC 1768 by Warrne Pub. Heritage Papers 1980, SCDAH p162)

John Milhouse 1768 50a Berkeley Co. Granted 23 Oct. 1765 (Citizens & Immigrants to SC 1768 by Warren Pub. Heritage Papers 1980, p259)

John Milhouse 1768 recorded memorial 10-14-1768 for Thomas Perry 177a Berkely fork of Broad & Saludy Rivers SW branch of Broad R. Called Enoree R., SE vacant, NE laid out. Surve cert. 5-3-1768 granted 8-19-1768 (ibid p231)

Charles Milhouse juror 3 Apr. 1826 (BCH Common Pleas Journal 1822-32 page 229)

Robert Milhouse 1768 150a on waters of Santee (Citizens & Immigrants to SC 1768 by Warren Pub. Heritage Papers 1980, SCDAH p20)

Samuel Milhouse 400a Craven Co. Fredericksburgh Township on NE of Wateree R. NW John Collins, SW Wateree R., & part on Great Neck, SE James McGirt, NE vacant, originally granted to Geo. Senior 3-6-1750 at Quit Rent 4/ pro money per 100a. Senior by lease and release 4 & 5 June 1753 conveyed to Robt. Milhouse, deceased, willed 400a to son John Millhouse, John Millhouse and Abagail, his wife, lease & release 17 & 18 May 1758 conveyed to Samuel Milhouse rec. 4-11-1768 by John kershaw.

Barnwell Deeds X249 (two deeds) James Millhouse 19 Feb. 1841 for $1 and Love and Affection give slaves and personal property to John Inabinet: a horse gig, 5 negroes: Bob, Merles?, Sarah, Irma, & Aaron in trust for John A. Canty. Wit: C.K. Ayer. This has to be his mother's father. Why was this left in trust for John A. Canty when he was already an adult?

(followed by)& the following property: horse, 1 month clock, 5 negroes: Boston, Joanna, March, Empress, Chloe, in trust for use and benefit of Vincent J. Canty. Should Canty die to be divided equally between Samuel L. Millhouse and Joseph H. Stokes. Wit: C.K. Ayer.

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