Marlboro County, SC
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Thomas WEATHERLY to James GRAY 1800

Contributed by Darby A. Gray, 26 Aug 2001

Deed Book F1, p 121  Marlboro Co. Courthouse

State of South Carolina   Marlborough County

Know all men by these presents that I, Thomas Weatherly
of the state aforesaid and county in consideration of the sum
of Sixteen pounds sterling to me in hand paid by James
Gray of the state and county aforesaid have granted, barga
-ined and sold and by these presents do grant, bargain, sell and
release unto the said James Gray all that piece or parcel of land
containing one hundred fifty acres of land more or less, the
same being part of a tract of land containing four hundred of land
Granted to the said Thomas Weatherly by his Excellency Thos.
Pinckney Esq. Governor and commander in chief in and over
the said state, the Grant bearing Date the second of June
one thousand seven hundred and eighty eight. The said one
hundred and fifty is laid of from the remainder having such (?)
as follows: beginning at the first corner of said tract of land on a
post-oak, running to a corner on a pine, from there running with
a line of marked trees to a corner on a lightwood stake, on Line
running with the said line to Wm. Alston's land, then to the

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first corner on said post oak, for the compliment of one hundred
and fifty acres of land, together with all and singular the rights,
(?)s and (?)aments to the said primisis belonging or in any
-way so insident or appertaining, to have and to hold all and singu
-lar the aforesaid bargained land and primisis unto the said James
Gray, his heirs and assigns forever, and do hereby bind my self
my heirs, Executors, Administrators and Assigns to warrant and De-
-fend the said primisis against myself, my heirs and assigns and
against every person or persons whomsoever claiming or to claim
the same or any part thereof. Witness my hand and seal this 25
day of March 1799 and in the twenty-third year of American
Independence.

Lewis Connor                                     Thomas Weatherly {Seal}
Edward Roe	                                       her
	                                        Esther  X  Weatherly
	                                               mark

State of South Carolina	)
Marlborough County	)

Before me David Stewart one of the Justices of the
Peace for said county-

Personally came Lewis Connor and made oath that he saw Tho
-mas Weatherly sign seal and deliver the within instrument of
writing to James Gray for the use and purposes therein contained
And also saw Edward Roe sign his name as a witness with him-
self to the same. Sworn to and Assigned before me this 30th day of March 1799.

David Stewart  J.P.		Lewis Connor

(Recorded the 12th of March 1800)

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