Marlboro County, SC

John DERDEN to James FIELDS, 1816
Contributed by Brenda Wagner

John Derden of the District of Chesterfield, for $5000, to James Fields of
the District of Marlboro, 200 acres, a tract granted by Arthur Dobbs to
Robert Palmer, 10 Oct 1755, and conveyed by Wm. Palmer, attorny, for Robert
Palmer, by lease and release 14 & 15 Dec 1773, to John May Junr, and by John
May Junr. to Wm. Blakeny, 5 March 1791, and from Wm. Blakeny to John Derden,
12 Aug 1802, on both sides Thomson's Creek, 100 acres, being half of a
survey of 200 acres granted to Hartwell Weaver, 5 Dec 1791., also one other
parcel, it being a part of 800 acres granted to Abner Lowry, 10 March 1791,
125 acres, at the first fork of Macks branch, above the school house fork,
adj. John P. Rushing; another tract granted to Benjn. Thermon, 75 acres,
being the lands whereon I now live at the cross roads or otherwise cauled
Mount Croghan; also several other pieces or parcels of land containing seven
hundred and forty hacres, originall granted to Gustavas Hendrick, Asey
Hendrick & Samuel Alsobrooks, and conveyed by sd. Gustavas Hendrick to John
Derden, by deed 22 May 1804, agreeable to a resurvay with the exception of
116 acres previously sold to James Derden, and 62 to Obediah Meadows; also
one other tract on the North side of Thomsons Creek originally granted to
David Hendrick, 3 March 1794.18 July 1816.

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