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Elias ADAMS, Senr. to Thomas ADAMS, et al
1829

Dbk N:88 24 April 1829 Rec. 29 Apr 1829

Marion District, S.C.

Elias Adams, Senr. to Thomas Adams, et al

To all men whom these presents shall come: I, Elias Adams, Senr., do send greetings. Know ye that I, Elias Adams, Senr., of the state and district aforesaid and in consideration of the love, good will, and affection which I have and do bear towards my living children, have given and granted and by these presents do freely give and grant unto my well beloved son David Adams $1.00, unto my well beloved son Jno. Adams $1.00, unto my well beloved son Elias Adams $1.00, unto my well beloved son Thomas Adams 100 acres of land bounded on pine per stake corner on Catfish, running out from Catfish on a line ? for myself and William Jackson to corner on pine, then up our line for myself and William Jackson to stake per pine corner, then along Moses Parker's line to corner on water oak in the edge of Catfish, then down said Catfish to first mentioned corner, it being the place where Thomas lives; also 133 acres of land I bought of Jno. Jackson beginning on pine corner made for myself and William Jackson, then down a line of blaze trees to corner on pine, then along a line for myself and Thomas Graves out towards Little Reedy Creek to pine corner made for myself and Thomas Graves and Thomas Drigers, then along and up to pine corner for myself and Thos Drigers, then back towards Catfish and William Jackson's line to first mentioned corner. Also 68 acres of land I bought from Arch Kerby beginning pine per stake corner on Catfish, then running down to pine corner, then across to Sandy Island to pine per stake corner, then up a blazed line to pine per Catfish bay, then across the swamp of Catfish and first mentioned corner; also all the horse kind I now possess and all the cattle and hogs and sheep I now possess and all the geese and also all my beds and furniture, household and kitchen furniture and working tools and using instruments of all descriptions whatsoever and of each and every the property that I am possessed with after and except that which I give to my children hereafter named, to him, his heirs, executors, administrators, and assigns. Also to my well beloved daughter Eleanor Jackson $1.00; also to my well beloved daughter Ann Adams one bed and furniture; also to my well beloved son William Adams $1.00; and also to my well beloved son Semion Adams one cow and her yearling. In Witness Whereof, I have set my hand and seal this 24th day of April in the year of our Lord 1829, and the 53rd year of American Independence.


Signed and delivered           /s/  Elias Adams, Senr.
in presence of:
William Waters
Wm. M. Jackson
Archibald Kerby

Submitted by Billie Capell, 29 Sep 2000


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