Spartanburg County/District South Carolina: Deed Abstracts 3 Vol

DEED ABSTRACTS BOOKS A-T 1785-1827 (1752-1827)

By Albert Bruce Pruitt; Easley, SC; Southern Historical Press, c 1988-c2001, Library of Congress Call No. F277.S7 P78 1988Book B

Book B

P. 165 Nov. 14, 1786

Susannah Hollaway and George Turner (Spartanburgh) to John Haden, same, for 5pounds sold 100 acres on Gotes Creek of Thickety Creek, borders, Robert Moor, Melea Auston, and Charles McDade. Witness Henry Turner, Phil Martin, William Headen and William Wilkins. Signed Sussannah's mark, George Turner, and Ann Turner's mark.


Book K

p.427-428 Oct 28, 1806 William Wheeler (Spartbg) to James Pike, same, for $80 sold 100 ac on E side of Rockfield Creek. Witness Joshua Benson, Manely Ford, William McDade. wit. oath Nov 10, 1806 William McDade to Michl Miller. Rec. Dec. 11, 1806


p.428-429 Oct 25, 1806 James Rucker and William Wheeler (spartbg) to Joshua Benson and Robert Redmon, Greenville Dist. for $300 sold 200 ac on S side of rockyfield Cr. Witness Manly Ford, James Pike, William McDeade.


Book L

p. 282-283 Sept. 24, 1801 Nathaniel Walker, Greenville dist. to Alexander Thompson of Spartanburgh, for $90 sold 60 acres on waters of S and Middle Tiger River. wit. William McDade, John Pennington, oath, May 28, 1808


Book P

p. 106-107 Feb. 21, 1812, James Wofford (Spartanburg) to Isham Kendrick, same, for $825 sold 360 acres on waters of Rockyfield Creek of Enoree River and branch of Maple Branch of Tygar River, border, John McDaid, Wheller, Ford, and John Woods.

Book T

pg. 400-401

Samuel McDade vs Philip C. Lester.  I Samuel McDade of Spartanburgh to Philip C. Lester of Greenville Dist, for consideration of  $92.50 ,-to me in hand paid by Philip Lester I have bargained and sold an do by these presents, bargain, grant and sale unto the said Lester all that tract or parcel of land whereas I now live containing 495 acres situated in Spartanburgh dist. on  waters of Middle Tiger River...and the above land was granted to said McDade by patent being dated Sept. 4, 1820.I set my hand and seal this  25th Dec 1826 and in the fifty first year of American Independence;

the condition of the above deed is such that if the above named Samuel McDade doth pay or cause to be paid a certain note of hand bearing date with these presents due the 10th day of Jany next, given in favour of the sd Lester by the said McDade for forty six dollars and twenty five cents afavorable to the intent and meaning of sd note or obligations, then the above deed is null and void. rec'd Jul 11, 1827


Samuel McDade Spartanburg to John Vaughn of same, for $700 sold 495 acres, a gray horse, 8 cattle, 5 hogs, a feather bed and furniture, 2 bedsteds, a trunk and its contents, all his corn, fodder, and cotton, and a chest and its contents. Witness Martin Lucas, John McDade, and William Kimble. Signed Samuel McDade Wit. oath Oct 9, 1826. rec.