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					Weaver Related Pendleton District Deeds and Grants
Prepared by Robert Edwards June 26, 2000 ABSTRACT: 3 Jan 1798. John Hawks to Peter Weaver for £5, 100A of a 390A [sic] tract granted to John Hawks on 22 Nov 1797. Wit. Nathaniel Reed and Colin Campbell. Oath Nathaniel Reed, 3 Feb 1798. Rec. 8 Mar 1802 by William Reed JP. Pendleton Dist (Anderson Co.) SC Deed Book G, p10. (LDS film 22839) The State of South Carolina and Pendleton County. Know all men by these presents that John Hawk of the County of Pendleton and State aforesaid, planter, on consideration of the sum of five pound sterling to me paid by Peter Weaver of the county and State aforesaid, planter, have granted bargained sold and released and by these presents do grant bargain sell and release unto the said Peter Weaver all that plantation or tract of Land Containing One Hundred Acres more or less situate on a Branch of the Oolenoye Creek Waters of Saluda River beginning at a line Running thence N49W 46Chs to a stake thence N30E 9 Chs to a Chestnut thence N34W to a conditional post Oak Corner thence along a conditional line to another Post Oak Corner from thence by a conditional line to the beginning Corner ... it being a part of a tract of Land Granted to John Hawks by his Excellency Charles Pinckney Governor by letter ... of the State aforesaid the 22nd November 1797 Containing three hundred and ninety acres Together with all and Singular the Rights members heriditaments and appurtinances to the said premises belonging or in any ... in appertaining to have and to hold all and Singular the premises before mentioned unto the said Peter Weaver his heirs and assigns for Ever and I do hereby bind myself my heirs Executors and Administrators to covenant and Defend all and Singular the said premises be the same more or less unto the said Peter Weaver his heirs and assigns Against myself my heirs and assigns by no further Lawfully Claiming as to Claim the same or any part or parcel thereof Witness my hand and seal this 3rd Day of January Anno domini 1798 {John Hawks [seal]} Signed Sealed and Delivered in the presents of us Nathaniel Reed Colin Campbell South Carolina Pendleton County. This day Nathaniel Reed personally appeared before me a Justice of the Peace for Pendleton County and made Oath as the Law Directs He did see the within named John Hawks Sign Seal and as his Act and Deed Deliver the Within Deed of Conveyance for use within mentioned and did also see Colin Campbell Subscribe his name as Witness thereto in presents of Each other Sworn to this 3rd Day of February 1798 Nathaniel Reed. before me William Reed JP Recorded 8th March 1802 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ABSTRACT: 14 Feb 1797. William Reed to Peter Weaver (no consideration), 100A in the NE corner of a 319A [sic] tract laid out [by/for] John Adams and Robert Wilson. Wit. David Weaver and Nathaniel Reed. Oath. David Weaver, 6 Mar 1802. Rec. 8 Mar 1802 by Colin Campbell JP. Pendleton Dist (Anderson Co.) SC Deed Book G, p15. (LDS film 22839) State of South Carolina and Pendleton County. Know all Men by these presents that I William Reed of the County and State Aforesaid had Granted to him three hundred and nineteen [sic] Acres of Land as appears by a plat to said Grant on the Waters of the Wolonoy Creek binding on Land laid out John Adams and Robert Wilson of which tract of Land Peter Weaver of Said County and State was to have One hundred Acres and Land out of the North East Corner of said tract by the same more or less beginning at a Certain Chestnut Corner thence North till it Strikes the line of said tract thence from said Chestnut Corner South 60 East till Strikes the SE line of said tract being the Bounds agreed on by both parties who was Joint Tenants in said Land Which I Do Warrant and Defend from myself my heirs and Assigns or any of them as Witness my hand and Seal this 14th Day of February 1797 {William Reed [seal]} David Reid Nathaniel Weaver [should be David Weaver Nathaniel Reed (?)] South Carolina Pendleton Dist personally appeared before me David Weaver and made Oath that he see William Reed Sign Seal and Deliver as his Act this Deed of Conveyance to Peter Weaver this 4th Day February 1797 and that Nathaniel Reed was a subscribing witness with himself to the same Sworn before me this Sixth Day of March 1802 David Weaver Recorded 8 March 1802 Colin Campbell JP

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ABSTRACT: 4 Sep 1786. Alexander Eddins to James Davis (Long) for £100, 100A along both sides of the Wollono, part of a 21 Jan 1785 grant of 250A to Alexander Eddins. 100A tract includes the mouth of a small creek where purchaser is building a tub mill. Wit. Samuel Weaver, Samuel Weaver [sic, two Samuel Weavers], Jo. Whitner. Oath. Samuel Weever [sic], 14 Feb 1790. Rec. 12 Feb 1791, Wm. Halbert, JP. Pendleton Dist (Anderson Co.) SC Deed Bk A, p 262-264. (LDS film 22838) This Indenture, made this fourth Day of September, in the year or our Lord one thousand Seven hundred and eighty-six, and in the eleventh Year of the American Independence, Between Alexander Eddins, of the State of South Carolina, Ninety-Six District, of the one Part, and James Davis (Lang) [sic] of the State, and the District aforesaid, of the other Part --- Whereas in and by a certain Grant, bearing Date the Twenty first Day of January, Anno Domini one thousand seven hundred and eighty-five, and in the ninth year of the Independence of the United States of America, under the Hand of his Excellency Benjamin Guerard, Esquire, Governor and Commander in Chief in and over the Said State for the Time being, having the Grant of Said State thereunto affixed, being for that Purpose appointed, did give and grant with Alexander Eddins, a Plantation tract of Two Hundred and Fify Acres of Land, situate and lying on both Sides of the Wollono, a Branch of the South Fork of Saluda River --- and hath Shape, Form, and Marks, Buttings and Boundings, as appears by a Plat to the Said Grant annexed, which said Plat and Grant being duly recorded in the Secretary's Office Reference thereunto being made, may more fully appear --Now this Indenture witnesseth That the Said Alexander Eddins, for and in consideration of the One Hundred Pounds current Money of the Said State, to him in Hand with and truly paid by the Said James Davis (Long) before the Sealing and Delivery of these Presents, (the Receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged) Have granted, bargained, sold, and conveyed, and by these presents do bargain, sale, and convey unto the said James Davis (Long) One Hundred Acres of the above Two Hundred and Fifty Acres of Land --- Beginning on a White Oak --- thence N15W crossing the Wollino Creek (including the Mouth of a Small Creek where the said James Davis (Long) is building a Tub Mill) thirty-two chain to a Hickory Corner --- thence N75E crossing said Mill Creek twenty-six chain to a Red Oak Station --- thence S16E crossing the Wollino Creek forty-one chain and fifty Links to a Stake --- thence to the Beginning --- Together with the Woods, Waters, Hereditaments and Appurtenances unto the Said Law belonging or in any wise appertaining --- and the Recession and Recessions, Remainder and Remainders, Rents, Issues, and Profits thereof --- To have and to hold the Said One Hundred Acres of Land unto the Said James Davis (Long) his Heirs, Executors, Administrators and Assigns for ever -- And that the said Alexander Eddins, his Heirs, Executors, Administrators and Assigns, doth covenant and agree to and with the said James Davis (Long) his Heirs, Executors, Administrators and Assigns, shall at all Times hereafter peacefully and quietly occupy possess and enjoy the said tract of one Hundred Acres of Land lying being aforesaid, from all former Bargains, Sales, Mortgages, Judgments, Rights, and Dowries and all other encumbrances whatsoever; and that the said Alexander Eddins, his Heirs and Successors, with warrant and forever defend the said tract of One Hundred Acres of Land, unto the said James Davis (Long) his Heirs, Executors, Administrators, and Assigns, from all and every other Person or Persons that shall lay claim or Title thereunto --- In Witness whereof the Said Alexander Eddins has hereunto set his Hand and Seal the Day and Year first above written. Signed Sealed and delivered in Presence of us --- Samuel Weaver, Samuel Weaver, Jo Whitner} Alexander [his mark] Eddins [seal]. N.B. The above Interlining was done before the Signed and Delivery of the Presents. --Be it remembers, That on the fourteenth of February, 1790, Samuel Weever [sic] made Oath before me as the Law directs, That he saw Alexander Eddins assign and deliver the within Deed --- and saw Sam'l Weever Weever, and Joseph Whitner, Subscribe their Names as Witnesses --- Sworn to before me the Day and Date above written. Samuel Weaver. Sworn to and subscribed to before me this 12th of February, 1791 Wm Halbert, JP Recorded Apring 28, 1791 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ABSTRACT: 29 Dec 1797. Daniel Weaver to David Weaver, 110A on Wolleynoy Creek, a tract granted to Daniel Weaver in 1796. Land adjacent to Cresswell, Mattock and John Swerling. Wit. John Hawks and Zepheniah Roberts. Oath John Hawk and Zephaniah Robert [sic] [no date]. Rec. 12 Oct 1802. Pendleton Dist (Anderson Co.) SC Deed Bk G, p172. (LDS film 22838) South Carolina, Pendleton County. Know all Men by these Presents that I Daniel Weaver of the County and State aforesaid in consideration of the sum of twenty pounds to me paid in hand by David Weaver of the State and County aforesaid have granted bargained Sold and Released and by these Presents do grant bargain Sell and Release unto the said David Weaver all that plantation tract of one hundred and ten acres of Land Granted to the said Daniel Weaver bearing date one thousand seven hundred ninety six Situate in Pendleton County on branches of the

Wolleynoy Creek bounded by lines Running E on Cresswell's Land SE on Cares Land NW on Mattock's Land S on John Swerling. Together with all and singular the Rights members hereditaments and appurtenances to the said Premises belonging or in any wise Incident to or appertaining to said Land, have and to hold and singular the said Premises before Mentioned unto the said David Weaver his heirs and assigns for ever and I do hereby bind myself my heirs Executors and Administrator to Warrant and forever defend all and singular the said Premises unto the said David Weaver his heirs and assigns against myself my heirs and against every other person whomsoever Lawfully claiming and claim the same or any part thereof in Witness whereunto I have set my hand and seal this twenty ninth December One thousand sever hundred and ninety seven. Daniel Weaver [seal] Test. John Hawks Zepheniah Roberts State of South Carolina Pendleton County} before me Daniel Weaver Signed and delivered the above deed of conveyance John Hawk and Zephaniah Robert subscribed their names as Witnesses before me William Reed JP Recorded 12 October 1802. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ABSTRACT: 6 Apr 1802. William Reed to John Leatherdale for $200, 136A on both sides of Weaver Creek, waters of Woolanoy fork of Saluda River. Land of a 1 Jul 1793 tract laid out for Samuel Weaver and Hunter (Book G No. 5 p. 381). Wit. Nathaniel Reed and Abel Anderson. Oath Nathanaiel Reed 28 Aug 1803. Rec. 3 Sep 1803, Colin Campbell, JP. Pendleton Dist (Anderson Co.) SC Deed Bk H, p208. (LDS film 22840) State of South Carolina. Know all men by these presents that I William Reed of the District of Pendleton and State. aforesaid for and in Consideration of the sum of two hundred dollars paid by John Leatherdale of said District This day have granted Bargained sold released and by these presents doth give grant bargain sell Release and Confirm unto said Leatherdale all that tract or parcel of land Containing one hundred and thirty six more or less lying and being in said District on both sides of Weaver Creek waters of the Woolanoy a fork of Saluda River Joining land laid out for Samuel Weaver and Hunter as appears by a plat annexed to a grant signed by his Excellency William Moultrie to said William Reed bearing the date the first of July 1793 and Recorded in Secretaries Office of said State in grant Book G No. 5. p 381.which is the land intended to be conveyed With all and singular the rights members hereditaments and appurtenances to the said premises belonging or in any wise incident which land I bind myself my heirs and assigns to warrant and forever defend unto the said John Leatherdale his heirs Yea against all manner of person or persons whatever Lawfully Claiming to same or any part thereof as Witness my hand and Seal this 6th of April 1802 Signed in presence of Nath'l Reed, Abel Anderson ...Wm Reed [seal] Violet Reed State of South Carolina Pendleton District} This day personally came before me the subscribing Justice Nathaniel Reed and made oath as the law directs that he see William Reed sign seal and deliver this his act and deed of Conveyance to John Leatherdale and also that his wife Violet Reed did perform and sign the same Deed. Abel Anderson was as abscribing witness with himself to the same sworn before me and subscribed this 28th of August 1803. Nath'l Reed Recorded 3rd September 1803. Colin Campbell, JP -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ABSTRACT: 23 Sep 1807. William Blythe of Kentucky to David Weaver for $40. 114A lying on both sides of Weaver Creek, waters of Woolenoy of Saluda River. Land of a 5 Jun 1786 grant recorded in book MMMM, p111. William Blythe by Ebenezer Fain, Attorney-at-Law. Wit: Nathaniel Reed Cornelius Keith. Oath 2 Jan 1808. Rec. 24 Sep 1808. Pendleton Dist (Anderson Co.) SC Deed Bk I, p250. (LDS film 22840) South Carolina Pendleton Dist. Know all men by these presents that I William Blyth of the State of Kentucky in consideration of forty dollars paid by David Weaver of South Carolina Pendleton Dist. have granted bargained sold and release by these presents do grant bargain sell and release unto said David Weaver a plantation or tract of land containing one hundred and fourteen acres lying on both sides Weaver Creek waters of Woolenoy of Saluda River having such shape from and metes as are respresented by a plat here unto conveyed to a grant by his Excellency William Moultrie bearing date of the fifth day of June, one thousand seven hundred and eighty six Recorded in grant book MMMM page 111 together with all the sigular the Rights, members, hereditaments and appertenances, etc. to the said premises to have and to all and singular the premises afore mentioned, unto the said David Weaver, his heirs, Executors, Administrators and here unto I do bind myself, m heirs, Executors & Administrators to warrant & forever defend all and singular said premises unto the said David Weaver, his heirs, Executors against myself my heirs, Executors Administrators and all other persons lawfully claiming the said premises or any part thereof. In witness of the same, I have unto set my hand and affixed my seal the 23rd September 1807. IN presence of us.} William Blythe By Ebenezer Fain, Attorney at Law Test Nathaniel Reed Cornelius Keith 23rd Sept 1807. Wit Nathaniel Reed Cornelius Keith ...

Oath 2nd January 1808. Rec 24 Sept 1808. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ABSTRACT: 28 Sep 1807. David Weaver to Clement Finnel. 60A of 110½A, land of a grant to Daniel Weaver on 25 Mar 1796. Wit Isaac Mury John Keith. Oath Isaac Mury, 21 Dec 1807. Rec. 10 Jan 1808. Pendleton Dist (Anderson Co.) SC Deed Bk I, p129. (LDS film 22840). South Carolina Pendleton District} Know all men by these presents that I David Weaver of the State and District aforesaid in consideration of the sum of one hundred Dollars to me paid by Clement Finnel in the State aforesaid Have Granted bargained Sold and Released and by these presents do Grant bargain Sell and release unto the said Clement Finnell a plantation or tract of land containing Sixty Acres more or less it being part of a tract of land contaiing one hundred and ten and a half acres granted to Daniel Weaver by his Excellency Arnold Vanderhorst bearing date the twenty fifty day of March one thousand Seven hundred and ninety Six Beginning on a State and running to a black oak and from there to a branch and from there up the west fork of a certain branch to the back line and long [sic] said line to a Stake corner and from thence to the beginning corner all that here described the premises Together with all and Singular the rights members hereditaments and appurtenances to said premises belonging or in anywise incident or appurtaining to the said premises to have and to hold all and singular The premises before mentioned unto the said Clement Finnel by him and assigns forever and I do bind myself my heirs Executors to warrant and forever defend all and singular the said premises unto the said Clement Finnel his heirs, & assigns against myself and my heirs and all others persons whomsoever lawfully claiming or to claim the same in witness hereof I have set my hand and seal this 28th day of September 1807 David Weaver [seal] Isaac Mury and John Keith State of South Carolina Pendleton District} This day personally came before me the inscribing Justice Isaac Mury & duly made oath and saith that he see David Weaver sign seal and deliver in his act and deed of Convenyance to Climent Fennel and that John Keith was a Subscribing witness with himself to the same sworn to and Subscribed this 21st of Dec'br 1807 Isaac Mury Rec ... JP. 10th Jan'y 1808 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ABSTRACT: 8 Oct 1841. Benjamin Chastain to Gabriel Benson. 300A m/l on Weaver Cr granted to Benjamin Chastain on 3 Jan 1814. Tracts adjacent to Joshua Roper, Cornelius Keith and the "Waggon Road." Follows, in part, Wm. Reid's "old survey." These lands originally granted to Samuel Weaver Jr and Sr . Wit: Wm. Sadler, Joshua (hm) Roper. Pickens Co. Deed Book B-1 p. 13-14 (LDS film 24270) Benjamin Chastain to Gabriel Benson The State of South Carolina} Know all men by these presents that I Benjamin Chastain in the State aforesaid and district of Pendleton for and in consideration of Seven Hundred Dollars to me in hand paid by Gabriel Benson of the State aforesaid and District Greenville have granted bargained sold and released and by these presents do grant bargain sell and release unto the said Gabriel Benson all that tract or parcel of land situated in Pendleton District on Weavers Creek (of the Oolenoy) waters of the South fork of Saluda River originally granted to Big Samuel and Little Samuel Weaver and since granted to Benjamin Chastain 3rd January 1814 the part conveyed begins at a box oak and runs S88E 19 chs to the Waggon Road thence along said road to Joshua Ropers line thence with his line N20W5 chs to stake thence N10E42 chs to post oak thence N80 __ to Cornelius Keith's lines thence along his lines to Wm. Reid's old surveys thence to the beginning including all land originally granted to said Weavers & Chastain clear of other claims containing three hundred acres more or less together with all and singular the rights members hereditaments and appurtenances to the said premises belonging or anywise _____ or appertaining. To have and to hold all and singular the premises before mentioned unto the said Abriel Benson his heirs and assigns forever. And I do hereby bind myself my heirs executors and administrators to warrant and forever defend all and singular the said premises unto the said Gabriel Benson his heirs and assigns against myself and my heirs and against every person whomsoever lawfully claiming or to claim the same or any part thereof. Witness my hand/seal this eighth day of October in the year of our Lord one housand eight hundred and seventeen and in forty first year of the Independence of the United States of America.} Benj. Chastain {L. S.} Executed in presence Wm. Sadler, Joshua (hm) Roper -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ABSTRACT: 23 Apr 1804. Peter Weaver of Walton Georgia to Nathaniel Reed. 200A. Land of a tract surveyed by Wm. Reed and a tract surveyed by Peter Weaver himself in partnership with John Hawk and conveyed to Weaver by Hawk. The property adjacent to a tract of James Brown. Wit. Daniel Blyth, Jno. Sturndon, 17 Jun 1804. Rec 5 Apr 1848. Pickens Co. Deed Bk F-1, p85.

Followed by Quit Claim of J. B. Reid of rights to the estate of his father, Nathaniel Reid, deceased, in favor of Stephan C. Reid. 20 Oct 1842. [No witness] Rec. 5 Apr 1848 by W. A. Keith. Pickens Co., SC Deed Bk F-1, p85. (LDS film 24272). Peter Weaver to Nathl Reed. - Release for 200 hundred acres Land. South Carolina State Pendleton District} Know all men by these presents that I Peter Weaver of Georgia State suposed(?) and Walton for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred and ten dollar to me paid by Nathl Reed of Pendleton district State of south Carolina have granted bargained sold and released unto the said Nathl Reed a certain tract or parcel of Land lying in said District of Pendleton on a branch of Oolenoy Creek containing two hundred acres more or less it being part of a tract of land surveyed for Wm. Reed and a tract said Peter Weaver survey [sic] himself in partnership with John Hawk and conveyed from said Hawk to sd. Weaver including such marks corners and conditional lines as follows: beginning at black Jack 3x running thence N85E 25 chs. to stake thence N30E 9ch. to chestnut thence N34 to a conditional post oak corner thence along a conditional line to another conditional post oak corner thence by a conditional line to a pine corner thence by a conditional line to a pine corner thence S79 west along James Brown's line till it strikes the conditional line made by Peter Weaver and Wm. Reed as follows beginning at a conditional chestnut corner running a dur North course till strikes James Brown's line and from sd. chestnut corner running S60E till it strikes sd. William Reed's line thence along said line to the beginning corner, a black Jack. Together with all and singular the rights members Hereditaments and appurtenances to the said premises belonging or in any wise appertaining to have and to hold all and singular the premises before mentioned unto the said Nathl Reed his Heirs and Assigns forever, And I do hereby bind myself, my heirs Executors and Admininstrators to warrant and forever defend all and singular the premises doing all right of Dower, or any other encumbrances whatever unto the said Nathl Reed his heirs and assigns against myself my heirs and assigns and against every other person or persons whomsoever lawfully claiming or to claim this same or any part or parcel thereof witness my hand & seal this 30 day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and four: Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of each of us Daniel Blyth, Jno. Sturdon} Peter Weaver [seal] State of South Carolina Pendleton District.} This day personally came before me the subscribing Just Daniel Blyth and made oath in due form of law and with that he see Peter Weaver sign seal and deliver this his act and Deed of conveyance to Nath'l Reed and that John Strudon was a subscribing witness with himself to the same. Sworn before me the 16: of June 1804 Colin Campbell JP Daniel Blyth. The State of South Carolina, Pickens District} Know all men by these presents that I J. B. Reid of the State and District aforesaid do hereby by this presence relinquish over to Stephan G. Reid of the same place all my rite [sic] title & interest in and to the tract or parcel of land here within mention: it being a part of the legacy bequeathed to us the said J. B. and S. C. Reid from the Estate of our Father's Estate: to wit. Nathaniel Reid Dect. agreeable to a division between the Heirs of said Estate Parts which premises as is within mentioned I do bind myself my Heirs Executors & Administrators to warrant and forever defend from myself & my Heirs unto said Stephan G. Reid & his Heirs and Assigns forever, in witness whereof I hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this 20: day of October one thousand eight hundred & forth two - 1842. J. B. Reid [seal] - In presence of Recorded the 5: April 1848 and examined by W. A. Keith C.C. & R.M.C. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ABSTRACT: 17 Dec 1839. Peter Weaver with power of attorney from his siblings (John Weaver, Daniel Weaver, Frederick Bolinger, David Weaver, John Weaver Sr, and Samuel Weaver) to Wm. M. Jones & Edley H. Jones. 230A (m/l) on Hawks Cr., being three tracts originally granted to Daniel Weaver: 13½ granted 13 Jun 1800, 143 on 18 Oct 1787, and 74 on 25 Jan 1793, except that part ina 1785 grant to John M. McCrosky. Wit. Joel Jones , John Keith 17Dec 1839. Rec. 16 Mar 1840, Wm. Southestand J. P. Pickens Co., SC Book D-1, page 205-6. (LDS film 24271) Letter from David Weaver & others to Peter Weaver State of Tennessee Bedford County June 19, 1831 Dear affectinat brothers & Sisters we are all well throu the good mercy of God to us ward & wee hope these lines may find you all well. wee have nothing sharing to right to you wee therefore want you to fix some way that wee may sell our Father’s land for it is a lying there doing no good to none of us wee therefor give you leave to set our names to a power of Attorney to Brother Peter and if it seems best to you give us power to set your names & we will make it whereunto wee put our names this from David Weaver & Frederick Bolinger & John Weaver & Daniel Weaver to Samuel Weaver & John Weaver. David Weaver Frederick Bolinger Recorded the 16 day of March 1840 John (X) Weaver

and examined by me Daniel (X) Weaver W. L. Keith C. C. & R. M. B. John (X) Weaver Sinor (sic) --------------------------------------------------[The absence of the signature of Samuel Weaver from the power of attorney is troubling. However, this is possibly (likely?) a clerical error, as the deed from Peter Weaver to the Joneses immediately follows the power of attorney with names of the heirs (and in an order that seems to list the siblings from youngest to oldest), ending with Samuel Weaver. Thus it seems reasonable to assume that Samuel's name was probably last in the power of attorney and simply omitted in error.] --------------------------------------------------Peter Weaver to Wm. M. Jones & Edley H. Jones The State of South Carolina, Pickens District Know all men by these presents that we John Weaver, Daniel Weaver, Fredrick Bolinger, David Weaver, John Weaver Senr, Samuel Weaver by me Peter Weaver for and in consideration of the sum of three hundred and twenty five Dollars to me Peter Weaver in hand paid by Wm. M. Jones and Edly [sic] H. Jones of the State and District aforementioned Have granted bargained sold and released and by these presents do grant bargain sell and release unto the said Joneses All that plantation Tract or parcel of land situate lying and being in the State and District aforesaid and on Hawks Creek waters of Saluda River containing Two hundred and thirty Acres be the same more or less and composed of three several tracts hereafter mentioned to wit: One tract of thirteen acres and ½ Granted to Daniel Weaver 13 Jun 1800. One other tract of one hundred and Forty three Acres granted to Daniel Weaver 18th Oct 1787. One other tract of Seventy four Acres Granted to Daniel Weaver 25th January 1793 [sic] the lines course, buildings and boundaries which are fully represented in the plats in the said Grants annexed with the exceptions of so much as one in the bounds of a survey granted to John M. McCrosky in 1786. Together with all the members hereditaments rites and appertenances to have and to hold all and singular the premises before mentioned unto the said Joneses their heirs and assigns forever. And I do bind myself that is Peter Weaver my heirs, executors and Administrators to warrant and defend all and singular the said premises unto the said Joneses their heirs and assigns against myself my heirs and assigns every person whomsoever lawfully claiming or to claim the same or any part thereof. Witness my hand and seal the seventeenth day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty nine. Test Joel Jones , John Keith. Peter Weaver {seal} State of South Carolina Pickens District Personally came before me Wm. Southestand one of the Justices of the Peace for said District. Joel Jones being duly sworn sayeth on oath that he saw Peter Weaver sign and acknowledge the within Conveyance and John Keith is a subscribing witness with himself sworn to and subscribed before me this 17 December 1839 - Joel Jones Wm. Southestand J. P. Recorded the 16 day of March 1840 . . . Book D-1 page 205-6 Pickens, SC ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ---5 Jun 1786. Grant (to Samuel Weaver, Sr or Jr?) mentioned in 23 Sep 1807 Blythe to Weaver Deed. (film 22549) 10 Oct 1786. Grant to Samuel Weaver Sr, 223A on both sides of Weaver Cr of Woolonoo for £5.4½. V14, p272. (film 22549) 10 Oct 1786. Grant to Samuel Weaver Jr, 100A surveyed on both sides of Weavers Creek. Bounded on N & E by Samuel Weaver's land. V16, p75.(film 22549) 5 Feb 1787. Grant #256 to Samuel Weaver, 100A on a fork of Woolenoi for £2.6.8. V16, p450. (film 22549) 18 Oct 1787. Grant to Daniel Weaver, 143A on Hawks Creek of Saluda R. (V17-19 or V20-22) (film 22550 or 22551) 1792 Grant to Peter Weaver. V29, p418. (film 22555) 1 Jul 1793 Grant mentioned in Reed to Leatherdale (6 Apr 1802). Tract laid out for Samuel Weaver & Hunter (Book G No. 5 p. 381). (film 22556 or 22557)

4 Mar 1796. Grant to Daniel Weaver, 110½A on Wolleynon Cr. V40, p372. (film 22559) 4 Apr 1796. Grant to Daniel Weaver, 74A on Wolleynon Cr. V40, p412. (film 22559) 6 Jul 1801. Grant to Daniel Weaver, 13½A on Hawks Cr. V47, p385. (film 22561) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Samuel Weaver, Sr. 1786 Grant. 223A on both sides of Weaver Cr. ?? 1795-1807. Bought 100A from Samuel Weaver, Jr.?? 1807 Sold. 114A on both sides of Weaver Cr. to David Weaver ?? 1812 Sold 223A to Benjamin Chastain ?? Samuel Weaver, Jr. 1787 Grant. 100A on fork of Woolenoi Cr. ?? 1795-1807. Sold 100A to Samuel Weaver, Sr ?? Daniel Weaver 1787 Grant. 143A on Hawks Cr. 1793 or 1796 Grant. 74A on Hawks Cr. 1796 Grant. 110½A on Wooleynon Cr. 1797 Sold. 110½A on Wooleynon Cr.to David Weaver 1801 Grant. 13½A on Hawks Cr. 1840 Sold (by heirs). 230A, (13½A of 1800, 143A of 1787, 74 of 1793) to Jones&Jones David Weaver 1797 Bought. 110½A on Wooleynon Cr. 1807 Bought 114A on both sides of Weaver Cr. 1807 Sold. 60A of 110½A on Wooleynon Cr. to Nathaniel Reed ?? 1807-1812. Sold 114A to Benjamin Chastain ?? Peter Weaver 1798 Bought.100A in NE portion of Hawk's tract. ?? Bought. 200A from Hawk ?? 1804 Sold. 200A to Nathaniel Reed.


				
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