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Early Records of Georgia

Volume 1, Wilkes County

abstracted and compiled by Grace Gillam Davidson,

published in 1933 at Macon, GA

 Submitted by Christina Palmer

Thank you to Donna & CJ Crawford & Jennifer Reddish for your transcription assistance.

 

Deed Book "A A", 17851787

No Index

 

  Page 1—CLARKE, ELIJAH to John Ashley, planters, 200 acres on Clarke Fork of Long creek. June 14, 1785. John Clarke, Jr., Burton Williams, Test.  
 

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  Page 4—MARTIN, NATHANIEL M., to Wm. Moore 600 acres on Little river Mar. 11, 1785. Robt. Smith. D. Terrell. Test.  
     
  Page 5—BEAL, JOHN to Benedick Hammock 400 acres on Little river adj. Andrew Armor, John Townsend and Wm. Bentley, orig. grant 1784 to said Beal. Nov. 5, 1785. Benj. Catchings, J. P., D. Terrell, Test.  
     
  Page 6——COMMISSIONERS of Confiscated Lands, Hugh Lawson, Abraham Ravot and Hepworth Carter, to Thos. Glascock of Augusta 400 acres in Wilkes Co., property of Reuben Sherrel. Nov. 1, 1783. John Appling, U. Rogers, Test.  
     
  Page 8—WALKER, SANDERS and wife Sarah of Wilkes Co., to Thos. Glascock of Richmond Co., 500 acres on Long creek. Nov. 3, 1785. Will Stith, Benj. Thompson, J. P., Test.  
     
  Page 9—BALDWIN, WILLIAM to James Danilly, exchange of slaves, July and Sumer. Dec. 3, 1785. J. Appling, P. Clyma, Test.  
     
  Page 9—MOSS, WILLIAM, merchant to Frederick Sims, power of attorney to receive a bright bay stallion, which is my property. Dec. 9, 1785. Henry Mounger, Test.  
     
  Page 10—WALKER, SANDERS and wife Sarah of Wilkes Co., to Thos. Glascock of Augusta 200 acres adj. Levi Marshall, David Smith, Chas. Heard and Geo. Walton. Oct. 8, 1785. Will Stith, Milley Hobson, Test.  
     
  Page 11—SUDWORTH, LAWRENCE to Stanley Crews, a slave Charity, Bill of sale. Jan. 8, 1787. David Hillhouse, L. Coats, Test.  
     
  Page 12—MERCER, SILAS to the heirs of John Mulkey, dec'd. viz, Nancy, John, Elizabeth, Mary and James, 250 acres on Hardins creek. Dec. 6, 1785. A. Bedell, J. P.  
     
  Page 13—LUMKIN, GEORGE and wife Ann to Glenn Owen 1250 acres, orig. grant 1784 to said Lumkin adj. Ganaway Martin, Benj. Smith, John Holmes, Humphrey Wells and Dionysius Oliver. Dec. 2, 1785. James Finley, Andrew Sullivan, Test.  
     
  Page 14—MOSS, WILLIAM to John Rogers 600 acres on Sculshoal creek. May 26, 1785. Aaron Springfield, John Ragland, Walton Harris, J. P., Test.  
     
  Page 15—WILDER, WILLIAM and wife Winnie of Wilkes Co., to Thos. Akins, Sr., of Mecklinburg Co. Va., 200 acres near the mouth of Long creek orig. grant 1784 to said Wilder, Feb. 3, 1785. Thos. Akins, Wm. Pitchford, Test.  
     
  Page 17—HUFF, ELIZABETH to Wm. Blake 200 acres on both sides of Falling creek, orig. grant 1785 to said Elizabeth. Oct. 7, 1785. Dionysius Oliver, J. P.  
 

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  Page 19—BUSSEY, HEZEKIAH and wife Amey to Thos. Jones, planters, 100 acres on Bryer creek, half of a grant 1784 on Jacob Barnes headright. Mar. 10, 1785. Thos. and Judith Bussey, Test.  
     
  Page 21—FARROW, PERRIN and wife Penney to Jos. Henderson land on Vanns creek. Aug. 18, 1785. Reuben White, Mordecai Shackleford, Test.  
     
  Page 23—LANG, JOHN of Washington Co., Yeoman, to Hugh Jones of Wilkes Co., planter, 100 acres now in possession of said Hugh Jones. June 6, 1785. Henry Karr, P. Clyma, John Lowry, Test.  
     
  Page 25—WHATLEY, RICHARD to Wm. Huckaby 250 acres on Long creek. Oct. 25, 1785. Richard Childres, Robt. Christmas, Stephen Shelton, Test.  
     
  Page 26—WILLIAMS, JOHN and wife Lucy to Wm. Huckaby 400 acres on Uptons creek. Feb. 2, 1785. Chas. and Anthony Ivey, Test.  
     
  Page 28—HOGE, JACOB of Wilkes Co., to Joseph Parks of Prince Edward Co. Va., 100 acres on Little river. Jan. 17, 1786. A. Bedell, J. P.  
     
  Page 29—HAMMOCK, JOHN and wife Phebe to Wm. Paskal 200 acres on Fishing creek. Jan. 23, 1786. Benj. Catchings, J. P.  
     
  Page 30—SEALE, THOMAS and wife Elizabeth to Andrew King 400 acres on Rocky Comfort creek orig. grant 1785 to said Thomas. Nov. 17, 1785. Robt. Rutherford, Wm. Drake, Test.  
     
  Page 32—SEALE, ENOCH and wife Mary to Andrew King 200 acres on Rocky Comfort creek orig. grant 1785 to said Enoch. Oct. 15, 1785. John Rutherford, Wm. Mims, Burrell Waller, Test.  
     
  Page 33—SEALE, CHARLES of Wilkes Co., to Abram Heeth of S. C., 200 acres on Rocky Comfort creek orig. grant 1785 to said Chas. Sept. 15, 1785. Thos. B. Rutherford, John Rutherford, J. P., Test.  
     
  Page 35—POLLARD, WILLIAM and wife Alice to Harwood Goodwyn 450 acres on Little Kettle creek. Feb. 7, 1786. Will Terrell, J. P.  
     
  Page 36—FLUKER, OWEN to Wm. Walker 900 acres on Ogechee river orig. grant 1784 to said Fluker. Jan. 25, 1785. John Ragan, Balaam Bentley, Sanders Walker, Test.  
     
  Page 38—KELLY, JOHN and wife Elizabeth to Wm. Ash of Wilkes Co., 200 acres on Uptons creek, orig. grant 1785 to said Kelly. Jan. 2, 1786. John Chandler, John Jack, Test.  
     
  Page 39—BURNEY, JOHN and wife Mare (Mary?) of Burke Co., to Stephen Staples of Wilkes Co., 200 acres on Little river, orig. grant 1785 to said Burney. Apr. 29, 1785. So. Thornton, John Mills, Edwd. Goode, Test.  
 

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  Page 40—DENNIS, JOHN and Isaac Dennis and wife Sarah to John Mills all of Richmond Co., 450 acres in Wilkes Co. on Little river above the mouth of Cedar creek. Nov. 21, 1785. Samuel Harper, J. P., James McFarland, A. J., Test.  
     
  Page 42—DENNIS, JOHN and Isaac Dennis and wife Sarah to Elisha Smallwood of Wilkes Co., 100 acres on Little river, orig. grant 1785 to John and Isaac. Mar. 8, 1785. Wm. Downs, John McFarland, John Mills, Samuel Harper, Test.  
     
  Page 44—KILLGORE, ROBERT and wife Anne to John Holmes 150 acres on Dry Fork of Long creek orig. grant 1785 to Robt. adj. John Milner and Humphrey Wells. Sept. 16, 1785. Elisha Perkins, Wm. McCallum, Test.  
     
  Page 45—COOPER, ANTHONY and wife Mary of Richmond Co., millright to Michael Cupp of Wilkes Co., 300 acres, part of a 500 acre grant to said Anthony. Oct 12, 1785. James Stallings, J.P.  
     
  Page 46—WALKER, SANDERS and wife Sarah to Benj. Jordan, land on Long creek. Feb. 7, 1786. Edmund Nugent, Nathan Fowler, Richard Barfield, Test.  
     
  Page 48—WALKER, SANDERS and wife Sarah to Glenn Owen 450 acres on Long creek. Feb. 7, 1786. Edmund Nugent, Nathan Fowler, Richard Barfield, Test.  
     
  Page 49—WILLIAMSON, MICAJAH and wife Sally to Ajonadab Reed, land on Powells creek. Sept. 15, 1785. Fred'k Sims, James Awicks, John Awtry, Peter Williamson, Test.  
     
  Page 52—BROWN, ROBERT to sisters Mary and Fanny Brown, a slave Sarah. Deed of gift. Feb. 17, 1786. Thos. Brown, Joseph and Jemima Collins, Test.  
     
  Page 53—STRINGFELLOW, ENOCH and wife Amea to Benj. Thompson, 200 acres adj. Jos. Williams, orig. grant 1784 to said Enoch. Dec. 29, 1785. John King, A. J.  
     
  Page 54—WELLS, WILLIAM of Richmond Co., to Benj. Thomas of Wilkes Co., 200 acres orig. grant 1785 to said Wells. Feb. 27, 1785. Samuel Thornton, Enoch Stringfellow, Test.  
     
  Page 55—DEVENPORT, WILLIAM to Nathaniel Christmas a slave, Darkes. Bill of sale. Mar. 15, 1785. John Smith, Test.  
     
  Page 55—WHATLEY, ORNAN of Wilkes Co., to Wm. Ely of Franklin Co., N. C. 200 acres on north fork of Little river. Feb. 23, 1786. Wilis Whatley, Test.  
     
  Page 57—HEARD, STEPHEN, Esqr., to Sanders Walker 400 acres on  
     
 

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  Buckhorn creek. Aug. 20, 1785. Jemimah Bentley, Sarah Stallings, Anna Walker, Test.  
     
  Page 58—PERKINS, AVINGTON, to his daughter Averilla Perkins, cattle. Deed of gift. Mar. 4, 1786. Caty Highnote, Benj. and Jesse Perkins, Test.  
     
  Page 59—PERKINS, AVINGTON to son Jesse Perkins all that plantation on which I live, containing 100 acres, being the upper part of a tract formerly run for Wm. Killgore on Savannah river. Mar. 1, 1786. Caty Highnote, Valentine and Merit Marlin or Martin, Test.  
     
  Page 60—THOMPSON, JOHN FARLEY to Wm. Thompson, Sr., 1000 acres on Butrams creek, sale. Mar. 30, 1786. W. Moss, J. P., Walker Richardson, Test.  
     
  Page 61—HUNT, FITZMAURICE and wife Sarah of Richmond Co., to Amos Ogden of Md., 300 acres on Clouds creek, Wilkes Co. Mar. 13, 1786. Jonathan and Amos Embree, David Robeson, Test.  
     
  Page 62—LAMAR, ZACHARIAH and wife Sarah to Benj. Talliaferro 700 acres on south side of Broad river. Aug. 27, 1785. J. Walton, Evan Ragland, Jesse Jordan, Test.  
     
  Page 64—PARK, ROBERT to James Park 200 acres on Long creek adj. Jos. Thompson, a slave Jack and a black horse. Sale Feb. 8, 1786. James and Jos. Scott, Test.  
     
  Page 65—AWTRY, JACOB and wife Elizabeth to Josiah Cole 200 acres on Dry Fork of Little river. Apr. 5, 1786. A. Bedell, J. P.  
     
  Page 67—EDWARDS, PETER and wife Martha to Lewis Clarke 250 acres on the north side of Broad river, which includes the mouth of Falling creek whereon Lewis Clarke now lives, and actually in his possession. Mar. 4, 1786. Burwell Aycock, Test.  
     
  Page 69—KELLY, WILLIAM and wife Katharine to James Camp 300 acres on both sides of Long creek, being the lower part of a grant in 1785 of 500 acres to said Kelly. Feb. 27, 1786. Wm. Kelly, Jr., Benj. Tennill, Test.  
     
 

Page 71—DENLEY, JAMES and wife Elendor to Stanley Crews 227 acres on north fork of Clarks creek, orig. grant 1785 to said Denley. Nov. 9,

1785. John Culpepper, John Dale, Test.

 
     
  Page 73—AYCOCK, RICHARD, Sheriff of Wilkes Co., to Seaborn Jones of Augusta, Atty at Law, 400 acres in the forks of Little river, property of John Beale, sold to satisfy a debt of Pierce, White and Call. Nov. 4, 1785. Dionysius Oliver, J. P., Henry Graybill, J. P., Test.  
     
  Page 74—AYCOCK, RICHARD, Sheriff of Wilkes Co., to Seaborn Jones of  
 

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  Augusta, Atty at Law, 500 acres on Long creek and 200 acres adj. John Milner, both orig. surveyed for Dr. Humphrey Wells, Jr., and after his death, granted to his heirs. Sold to satisfy a judgment in Richmond Co., by Thos. Garratt assignee of William Stinson vs said Humphrey Wells and John Hicks. Dec. 9, 1785.  
     
  Page 76—HOOF, SAMUEL and wife Sarah to Chas. Smith 300 acres orig. grant 1784 to said Samuel. Sept. 2, 1785. Geo. and Benajh Smith, Test.  
     
  Page 77—PHILLIPS, ZACHARIAH of Washington Co., to Chas. Dean of Wilkes Co., 500 acres partly on Little river. May 28, 1785. John Smith, John Chessna, James Flennikin, Test.  
     
  Page 80—DUKE, WILLIAM and wife Winniford of Wilkes Co., to Thomas Wynne of Richmond Co., 350 acres according to orig. grant 1785 to said Duke. May 11, 1785. Stephen and Thos. Johnson, Obediah Wynne, Test.  
     
  Page 81—PALMER, SOLOMON to Reuben Ballard 250 acres on Mill creek, a branch of Fishing creek, part of orig. grant 1784 of 550 acres to said Palmer. Mar. 12, 1785. Jeremiah Bentley, Joshua Burnet, Test.  
     
  Page 82—BURFORD, JOHN to John Thomas 120 acres on Rocky creek, adj. Mary Whatley. Apr. 21, 1786. John Chandler, Benj. Thomas, Test.  
     
  Page 83—THOMAS, BENJAMIN to John Thomas 200 acres. May 1, 1786. John Chandler, Henry Thornton, Test.  
     
  Page 85—PHILIPS, WILLIAM to Jacob Early and James Buford 750 acres adj. Wm. Hammett and Jonathan Ragan. Nov. 25, 1785. Buckner Harris, Isaac Phillips, Test.  
     
  Page 87—HAMMETT, WILLIAM to Jacob Early and James Bluford 100 acres adj. Wm. and John Phillips. Nov. 25, 1785.  
     
 

Page 89—LITTLE, JAMES of Wilkes Co., to Samuel Wimbush of Abbeville Co. S. C., 86 acres bounded on all sides by Savannah river, being part

of a 200 acre tract orig. grant 1785 to said Little. Feb. 21, 1786. Robert Chambers, Isham Thompson, Test.

 
     
  Page 91—MARTIN, ORSON to son Ganaway Martin, 300 acres where I now live. Deed of gift. Nov. 14, 1785. Benj. Catchings, J. P.  
     
  Page 92—SIMS, ROBERT to Wm. Davis 200 acres on Long creek orig. grant 1784 to said Sims. Sept. 5, 1785. Harmon Runnels, Geo. Darden, Test.  
     
  Page 93—MUSE, WILLIAM SEALS and wife Judith Seal Muse to Wm.  
 

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  Davis 200 acres on Beverdam creek orig. grant 1785 to said Muse. Nov. 14, 1785. Rebeckah Harris, Ed. Davis. Test.  
     
  Page 95—HAWKINS, SAMUEL to Robt. Bryan 50 acres on Powells creek, it being part of the tract whereon said Hawkins now lives. June 14, 1785. Nipper Adams, Samuel and Reuben Slaughter, Test.  
     
  Page 97—JONES, EDWARD, Atty. at Law and wife Mary to Hugh Gilmore, planter 300 acres on Fishing creek adj. Lewis Hammond other boundaries as described in the platt annexed to the grant.  
     
  Page 98—CALHOUN, GEORGE planter, to Margaret Calhoun, widow, 290 acres on Clarks Fork of Long creek adj. Samuel Gilmore and Travis McKinney. Sept. 23, 1786. Samuel, Geo., and Chas. H. Gilmore, Test.  
     
  Page 100—BECKWITH, LAMECH to David Calhoun 200 acres on Fishing creek. Aug. 25, 1785. Samuel Criswell, Test.  
     
  Page 100—POWELL, MOSES, Sr., and wife Mary of Wilkes Co. to William Boarum of Edgefield Co. S. C., 200 acres on Big Ogeechee, adj. John Winn, Wm. Robinson, Lewis Powell and Moses Powell, Jr. orig. grant 1785 to said Moses, Sr. Oct. 12, 1786. John Thomas, Malcom Johnson, John Harvey, Test.  
     
  Page 102—ALLIN, JAMES to Franklin Cunningham 200 acres on Coldwater creek for œ10, adj. Nicholas Long, orig. grant 1785 to said Allin, John Cunningham, Robt. Ross, Test.  
     
  Page 105—ALLEN, JOSEPH to Franklin Cunningham 200 acres on Coldwater creek, orig. grant 1784 to said Joseph. Feb. 7, 1785. Perrin Farro, James Allin, John Cunningham, Test.  
     
  Page 107—LADNER, DANIEL and wife Mary, planter of Wilkes Co., to Godfrey Zimmerman, merchant of Augusta 300 acres adj. John Darden and Michael Hundsman, orig. grant 1786 to said Ladner. Nov. 1 1786. B. Smith, Test.  
     
  Page 109—CALHOUN, GEORGE, Sr., of Mecklenburg Co. N. C., power of atty. to soninlaw John White to attend to all business in Ga., especially to secure a legacy due from my son David Calhoun, dec'd., and also a slave Pol, formerly the property of said David, but now my own as appears by a bill of sale June 7, 1781. Nov. 14, 1786. Samuel Calhoun, Test.  
     
  Page 111—EADES, JOHN, Sr. of Richmond Co., to Christopher Clark of Wilkes Co., 200 acres on north bank of Broad river. Feb. 25, 1786. David Clark, Wm. and Priscilla Harbon, Test.  
     
  Page 112—McGEHEE, MICAJAH and wife Ann to Benj. Higginbotham 450 acres on Coldwater creek, orig. grant 1786 to said McGehee. Nov. 28, 1786. Thos. B. Scott, J. P.  
     
 

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  Page 113—WIDEMAN, HENRY and wife Mary of 96 Dist. S. C., to James Franklin Nunnally of Wilkes Co., 350 acres on Coody's creek orig. grant 1785 to said Henry. Nov. 8, 1785. Wm. Moss, J. P.  
     
  Page 114—COHREN, CORNELIUS and wife Ann to Andrew Wilson 200 acres according to orig. grant 1784. Sept. 3, 1785. Lovey Newton, James and Robt. Harper, Test.  
     
  Page 116—HOLLAMOND, ABSOLOM to Abner Hill, planter, 200 acres on Williams creek. Oct. 28, 1786. Robt. Hill, Stephen Darden, Test.  
     
  Page 117—COLE, JOSIAH to Wm. Moore and Alex. Cummings, one acre near the town of Washington. Jan. 6, 1786. Daniel Terondet, Thos. Starke, Jr., Lesley Coats, Test.  
     
  Page 118—STROUD, SARAH to Chas. Cosby 400 acres on Beaverdam creek. Sept. 12, 1786. F. Sims, M. Woods, Test.  
     
  Page 119—WALTON, GEORGE late of the county of Wilkes to Thomas Wingfield of said county 1150 acres adj. the town of Washington, orig. grant 1784 to said Walton. Aug. 16, 1786. James Vann, Arthur Cordy, Henry Nail, John Crutchfield, Test.  
     
  Page 121—SMITH, FRANCIS of Wilkes Co., power of atty. to friend Francis Webb of Essex Co. Va., to attend to all business in Va. Nov. 21, 1786. Jesse Heard, J. P.  
     
  Page 122—SMITH, FRANCIS and wife Lucy of Wilkes Co., to Newman Brokenbrough of Essex Co. Va., 226 acres in Essex Co., on White Marsh Swamp adj. Vincent Hudson and Francis Smith. Nov. 21, 1786. Jesse Heard, J. P.  
     
  Page 123—GHOLSON, JOHN and wife Ann Pettis to Gabriel Toombs 200 acres on Beaverdam creek orig. grant 1786 to said John. Sept. 12, 1786. James Dawson, Peter B. Terrell, Test.  
     
  Page 124—CUMMINS, ALEX. of Wilkes Co., power of atty. to Chas. McDonald of Charleston S. C., to collect debts due me by James Rutherford. Jan. 5, 1787.  
     
  Page 125—BANKSTON, PETER, DANIEL & JACOB of Wilkes Co. to Matthew Wood of Greene Co. 400 acres in Penna. three miles above Little York on Codoron's creek on the Great Road leading to Coneway the said land from our father Laurence Bankston, by one Thos. Crisop, at a time when the dividing line was run between Penna. and Md. Nov. 27, 1786. Hugh Jones, Henry McCoy, John Ogletree, Test.  
     
  Page 127—BANKSTON, PETER, DANIEL & JACOB of Wilkes Co., to Matthew Wood of Greene Co., 37 1/2 acres in Philadelphia, Pa., adj. Thos. Wells, which land was willed to our mother Rebecca Hendricks.  
     
 

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  and stands recorded in the Docket of the State of Penna. Nov. 27, 1786. Same Test as above.  
     
  Page 129—KENDALL, JEREMIAH to John Wingfield, Jr., 200 acres according to a grant Apr. 1786 to said Kendall. Dec. 6, 1786. James Nelson. Jr., M. Williamson, J. P., Test.  
     
  Page 130—WALKER, SANDERS and wife Sarah to Thos. Stark 475 acres near Washington Town, where said Stark now lives, a part of orig. grant 1784 of 1050 acres to said Walker. May 25, 1786. Sarah Stallings, Mary Ray, Nancy Walker, Test.  
     
  Page 131—HEARD, RICHARD to John McLain 250 acres on Sizemores Fork of Long creek orig. grant 1784 to said Heard. Jan. 7, 1786. Sanders Walker, Henry Graves Walker, Alex. A. Miller, Test.  
     
  Page 132—STARK, THOMAS, Sr., to Richard Hillyard 150 acres, part of 700 acres orig. grant 1785 to John and Isaac Dennis. June 2, 1786. Josiah Cole, J. P.  
     
  Page 133—HOGINS, ISHAM to Herod Goodwin, mortgage on a gray mare. Mar. 29, 1786. Wm. Elder, Harwood and Thos. Goodwin, Test.  
     
  Page 133—CHRISTMAS, NATHANIEL, power of atty. to friend Robt. Christmas to attend to all business. Feb. 13, 1786. Samuel Beckham, Test.  
     
  Page 133—BARNETT, WILLIAM, Sheriff of Richmond Co., to Joel Crawford of said county 600 acres in Wilkes Co. recovered for debt of Wm. Candler, dec'd. through his Admrs. Henry and Elizabeth Candler, in favor of Frederick Kimball. Aug. 31, 1786. Chas. Crawford, A. J.  
     
  Page 134—BARNETT, JOHN and wife Caroline to Francis Meriwether 200 acres on Millstone creek. June 1, 1786. J. Moore, J. P.  
     
  Page 136—THOMPSON, BENJAMIN and wife Anne of Greene Co., to Edward Butler of Wilkes Co., 375 acres on Beaverdam creek, orig. grant to John Jones 1785, it being the tract where said Butler lives. Aug. 31, 1786.  
     
  Page 137—JONES, JOHN and wife Mary of Wilkes Co., to Benj. Thompson of Greene Co. above land. May 20, 1786. Jesse Pope, Jesse McKinney Pope, Test.  
     
  Page 138—HILL, JAMES to Isaac McLendon 287 1/2 acres on Big creek Greene Co. Oct. 24, 1786. Azariah Bailey, Jacob McLendon, Test.  
     
  Page 129—KARR, HENRY of Greene Co. to Wm. Pollard of Wilkes Co. 250 acres on Little river, orig. grant 1784 to Tabitha Thompson. Sept. 25, 1786. Nathaniel Bullock, Turner Williams, Test.  
     
  Page 140—McGINTY, ROBERT and wife Deborah to Thos. Daniel 100  
 

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  acres on Kettle creek orig. grant to Robt. and wife. Aug. 11, 1786. Mesheck Turner, Test.  
     
  Page 142—SEALE, WILLIAM and wife Judith to Geo. Willis 250 acres on Long creek, orig. grant 1785 to N. Bostick. Aug. 28, 1786. James Morgin, Demcey Hendley, John Barclay, J. P., Test.  
     
  Page 143—OLIVER, DIONISIUS and wife Mary Ann to Wm. Moore two lots in the town of Petersburg in the fork of the Broad and Savannah river, Lot No. 67 on the east side of 2nd. St. and Lot No. 56 on the west side thereof, containing half an acre, 44 on the street and 55 yards extending outwards. May 15, 1786. Robt. Watkins, Dionisius Oliver, James Tait, J. P., Test.  
     
  Page 143—COLEMAN, DANIEL of Wilkes Co. to Harwood Goodwin of Va., bounty lands of Robt. McMullin, John Parker, Wm. Howard and Henry Heatly which lands are allowed them as citizens of this State, said Goodwin to bear the expense of the grants. May 14, 1784. Horatio Marbury, James Fox, Test.  
     
  Page 144—CRISWELL, SAMUEL to Thos. Brown 350 acres on Long creek adj. Caleb Tod and Wm. Smith. Oct. 7, 1786. Jos. Cook, Jonathan Webster, Test.  
     
  Page 145—WILLIAMSON, MICAJAH and wife Sally of Wilkes Co., to John Crutchfield of Va., 300 acres on north and south forks of Beaverdam creek adj. Nathan Smith, Wm. Leverett, Samuel Huff and Wm. Ellis. July 4, 1785. D. Terrell, H. B. Gibson, Geo. Willis, Test.  
     
  Page 148—BLACK, JOHN planter to Isaac Williams, house carpenter, 250 acres on Beaverdam creek, orig. grant 1784 to said Black. July 11, 1786.  
     
  Page 146—AUTREY, JACOB and wife Elizabeth of Wilkes Co., to Lewis Barrott of Va., 300 acres on Little Beaverdam creek. Aug. 9, 1785. D., Will and Joel Terrell, David Meriwether, Test.  
     
  Page 147—BLACK, JOHN planter to Isaac Williams, house carpenter, 287 1/2 acres formerly in Washington but now in Greene Co., on Richland creek. July 11, 1786. Simon Burney, Virlinda Williams, Test.  
     
  Page 150—CARNEY, ONSBY and Francis Hawkins to John Black 287 1/2 acres in Washington Co., orig. grant 1784 to said Carney. Nov. 1, 1785. Isaac Williams, John and Mary Jones, Test.  
     
  Page 151—CARNEY, ONSBY to Isaac Williams 287 1/2 acres in Washington Co. on Richland creek bounded north by Thos. Houghton, west by Carney's land ("On Bounty") May 18, 1785. Thos. Faile, John Grigsby, Test.  
     
  Page 153—COLE, JOSIAH of Wilkes Co., to Wm. Stith, Jr. of Augusta,  
 

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  10 acres adj. the Common of the town of Washington. Nov. 15, 1786.  
     
  Page 154—FLANEGIN, JOHN and wife Ruth to Francis Gartrell 200 acres on Kemps creek. Jan. 16, 1786.  
     
  Page 156—DENLEY, JAMES and wife Ellonder to John Dale, 470 acres on Clarks Fork of Long creek being part of orig. grant to said Denley 1785 of 1040 acres. Nov. 29, 1785. John Culpepper, Robert Crawford, Test.  
     
  Page 159—EDWARDS, JAMES CUMPTON and wife Mary of 96 Dist. S. C., to James Henry Kidd of Wilkes Co. planter, 200 acres on north fork of Beaverdam creek orig. grant 1784. Nov. 23. 1785. John Tollett, Thos. Edwards, Nancy Hutson, Test.
 
  Page 161—RHODES, BENJAMIN and wife Elizabeth of Spartanburg Co. S. C. to Wm. Green of Wilkes Co., 200 acres in Wilkes Co. Aug. 14, 1786. Littleberry and Archer Gresham, Test.  
     
  Page 162—AYCOCK, RICHARD and wife Mary to John Wingfield 100 acres on both sides of Rocky creek "being a mill seat", adj. Robert Hammock and Philip and John Combs. Nov. 15, 1785. John Freeman, John Thurmond, Test.  
     
  Page 163—RAY, JOHN and wife Mary to Walton Harris 260 acres on Kettle creek, being two adj. tracts, orig. grant 1785 to William Evans, conveyed to said John Ray by deed 1785 and 1786. Sept. 1, 1786. Sanders Walker, Stephen Clement, H. Mounger, J. P., Test.  
     
  Page 164—BUFORD, JAMES of Bedford Co. Va. and Jacob Early of Wilkes Co. to Jeffrey Early of Wilkes Co. land on Beaverdam creek. Aug. 15, 1786. A. Cummins, Test.  
     
  Page 166—HEARD, STEPHEN to John Lindsey 300 acres on Savannah river. Aug. 2, 1785. Florence Sullivan, Henry B. Gibson, Test.  
     
  Page 168—CLARKE, ELIJAH to Walter Gibson 200 acres on Clarks Fork of Long creek. Mar. 17, 1786.  
     
  Page 171—CLARKE, ELIJAH and wife Hannah to Samuel French 100 acres on Clarks Fork. Mar. 18, 1786.  
     
  Page 172—COMMISSIONERS of the town of Washington, Stephen Heard, Geo. Matthews and John King, to Wm. Stith, Jr. Atty. at Law of Richmond Co. Lot No. 41 in the town of Washington. Dec. 26, 1786. Florence Sullivan, Wm. Downs, Test.  
     
  Page 173—WHATLEY, WALTON and wife Elizabeth to Wm. Greere, 100 acres on south fork of Little river, part of orig. grant 1786 to said Whatley. Aug. 14, 1786. Howell Tatum, Test.  
     
  Page 174—TRIPLETT, WILLIAM to John Buckanan 900 acres near the  
 

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  head of Little river, adj. land of said John, and Lambeth Hopkins. May 20, 1786. Wm. Davis, Test.  
     
  Page 176—MIDDLETON, ROBERT of Wilkes Co., to John King of Gloucester Co. Va., 1000 acres on south fork of Ogeechee river, being part of a grant of 2150 acres to Benj. Few. June 21, 1785. James Alford, John Rutherford, J. P., Test.  
     
  Page 177—WEST, ANDREW and wife Barbara of Wilkes Co., to Jos. Thomas of Richmond Co., 200 acres adj. Wm. Lackey and Sanders Walker as will appear by a plat of the grant 1784. Apr. 6, 1786. Samuel Scott, Thos. Peddycord, John Boyd, Test.  
     
  Page 178—WEBSTER, JOHN and Hugh McDonald to David Terrell 1920 acres in Franklin Co. on the Reserve, nearly opposite the Long Shoals of the Oconee river, Terrell to pay the expense of the grant. Sept. 5, 1786. F. Sims, Peter Terrell, Test.  
     
  Page 179—OWEN, GLENN and wife Dorothy to Wm. Dukes 325 acres on Long creek including a spring, orig. grant 1784 to Geo. Lumpkin. Mar. 19, 1787. Josiah Jordan, John Holmes, Sydnor Cosby, J. P., Test.  
     
  Page 180—OWEN, GLENN and wife Dorothy to James Rutledge, 325 acres on Long creek. Mar. 19, 1787.  
     
  Page 182—JACKSON, ABSOLOM of Wilkes Co., to John Young of S. C., 200 acres on Rocky Comfort creek, part of orig. grant 1786 of 500 acres to said Jackson. Mar. 19, 1787. Abner West, Test.  
     
  Page 183—BUFORD, JAMES of Bedford Co. Va., to Jacob Early of Wilkes Co., 500 acres being part of a tract they purchased of William Hammett. Aug. 15, 1786. Buckner Harris, Test.  
     
  Page 184—TERRELL, JOEL and wife Lucy of Wilkes Co. to Jos. Cross of Hanover Co. Va. 400 acres in Franklin Co. Ga., on Broad river. Oct. 13, 1787. David Meriwether, J. P., John Crutchfield, J. P., Test.  
     
 
 

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