Marlboro County, SC
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Thomas PEARSON
          To
James A. McMILLAN

Deed
Filed 21 October 1850

The State of South Carolina
Marlborough District

Know all men by these presents that I Thomas Pearson of the district of Marlborough and State aforesaid, for and in consideration of the sum of Eighteen hundred Dollars to me paid or secured to be paid by James A. McMillan of the Same State & District, have granted, bargained, Sold and released, and do by these presents grant, bargain, sell and release unto the said James A. McMillan, all that piece, parcel or of tract of land containing Three hundred acres, more or less, lying, being & situate in the District of Marlborough, being the lands which I purchased from Campbell Stubbs, Erasmus Weatherly & five acres purchased from Thomas A. Vining, the meter and bounds of the said lands now conveyed, are fully represented by a Platt herewith attached made by W. G. Feagan D. S. size the 12th day of February 1847. Together with all and singular, the rights, members, hereditaments and appurtenances to the said premises belonging, or in any wise incident or appertaining thereto.To have and to hold all and singular the above mentioned premises unto the said James McMillan, his heirs and assigns forever, and I do hereby bind myself, my heirs, Executors and Administrators to warrant and forever defend all the above mentioned premises unto the said James A. McMillan his heirs and assigns, against myself and my heirs, and against every other person or persons whomsoever lawfully claiming or to claim the same or any part thereof. In testimony whereof I have here unto set my hand and seal this the nineteenth day of October, Eighteen hundred and fifty and Seventy fifth year of American Independence.

Signed, Sealed & delivered
in presence of us

						Thomas Pearson
	Jas.  E. David
	C. A.Thornwell

The State of South Carolina
Marlborough District

Personally appeared before me C. A. Thornwell and made oath that he was present and saw the within named Thomas Pearson, signed, sealed and as his act and deed deliver the within written Deed to and for the uses and purposes therein mentioned, and that James E. David and this deponent witnessed the execution of the same and Subscribed their names in attestation thereof.

Sworn to and Subscribed before
me this 24th day of October 1850

			P. McColl                      C. A. Thornwell
			Clerk

The State of South Carolina
Marlborough District

I. P. McColl Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas and General Sessions and ex officio Magistrate and for the said District, do hereby certify unto all whom it may concern, that Nancy the wife of the within named Thomas Pearson, did this day appear before me, and upon being privately and separately examined by me, voluntarily, and without any compulsion, dread or fear of any person or persons, whomsoever, renounce and release and for ever relinquish unto the within named James A. McMillan his heirs and assigns, all her interest and estate, and also all her right and claim of Dower of in and to all and singular the premises within mentioned and released.

In Witness whereof she has signed this day in my presence,
given under my hand and Seal
this 21st day of October 1850

					Nancy Pearson
		P. McColl
		Clerk

Book R, Page 418

Transcribed and contributed by Glenn Pearson.

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