Deed Book F, 1814-1816
F-28. Bill of Sale. Feb. 23, 1814. Benjamin Dubose sells for $400 to Abraham Runnils, Sr., a Negroe boy Demps. Wit. James Mims, Paul Saverance. Ack. [n.d.] 1814. Rec. Oct. 20, 1814.
F-30-31. Deed of Gift. Mar. 19, 1814. Stephen Williams gives his daughter Penelope David, wife of Capt. William R. David, a negro girl Rachael, aged about 9 years, with her increase, for Penelope's lifetime and then to her children, or failing children, to be returned to his own estate. Wit. Nat. Hanks, Geo. Bruce. Ack. [n.d.] 1814. Rec. Oct. 20, 1814.
F-51-52. Bill of Sale. Oct. 22, 1814. Absolem Garner sells for $500 to James. Dozer W. Zimmerman, a negroe man slave Moses, aged about 22 years. Wit. Wm. Zimmerman, Wm. F. Zimmerman. Ack. Oct. 28, 1814. Rec. Oct. 31, 1814.
F-61. Deed of Gift. Nov. 4, 1814. Thomas Williamson gives to his children Samuel Thomas Williamson and George Laurence Williamson, a negro woman or girl which he bought of Thomas Little, called Lottey, with her future increase. Wit. Jesse Wilds, Mary Ann Wilds. Ack. Nov. 4, 1814. Rec. Nov. 7, 1814.
F-72-73. Affidavit. Oct. 29, 1814. Rachel Coleman, widow of the late James Coleman deceased, makes oath that her late husband James Coleman, at some time after making his will, gave his son James Coleman Jr. his negro boy Charles, and gave his daughter Catharine his negro boy Herculus, and gave his daughter Betsey his negro girl Sarah, and that immediately after the death of his negro girl Hannah (whom he had willed to his granddaughter Rachel) his negro girl Linda to supply the place of said Hannah deceased, and that the above property (Hannah excepted) is not mentioned in his last will and testament. Sworn to Hugh Lide, one of the justices of the Quorum. Rec. Jan. 20, 1815.
F-79-80. Release. Jan. 14, 1815. Copeland Pearce releases to Jordan Sanders any interest he may have in a Negro man Joe, a blacksmith, which was conveyed by John Smith to him Copeland Pearce. Wit. William Dubose, Geo. Bruce. Ack. [n.d.] 1815. Rec. Jan. 25, 1815.
F-88-89. Bill of Sale. Nov. 2, 1796. James Brown sells to John Dove for 40 lb. sterling a negro male slave boy Sam. Wit. J. Brown, John Jackson. Ack. Apr. 11, 1797. Noted as recorded in Book B, No. 2, pp. 58-59 and examined Apr. 18, 1797, Evander McIver, Clerk of Court. Rec. second time, Feb. 4, 1815.
F-135-37. Mortgage. Mar. 11, 1815. Thomas Sheppard, to secure a debt of $292.50, conveys to Moses Sanders and John Gibson (otherwise Sanders & Gibson), a negro girl slave Tab, aged about 18 years, and her child Maria, aged about 1 year. Conveyance is void if Sheppard pays debt with interest by Jan. 1, 1817. Wit. M[atthew]. Watson, C[harles]. Bruce. Ack. Apr. 15, 1815. Rec. Apr. 17, 1815.
F-137-39. Mortgage. Mar. 11, 1815. Thomas Sheppard, to secure a debt of $227.54, conveys to Moses Sanders and John Gibson surviving partners of Thos. Knight & Co., a negroe girl slave Cate, aged about 12 years. Conveyance is void if Sheppard pays debt with interest by Jan. 1, 1817. Wit. M. Watson, C[harles]. Bruce. Ack. Apr. 15, 1815. Rec. Apr. 17, 1815.
F-139-41. Mortgage. Mar. 11, 1815. Thomas Sheppard, to secure a debt of $177.10, conveys to Moses Sanders, administrator of Malachi Murfee, deceased, a Negroe woman slave Peggy, aged about 40 years. Conveyance is void if Sheppard pays debt with interest by Jan. 1, 1817. Wit. M[atthew]. Watson, C[harles]. Bruce. Ack. Apr. 15, 1815. Rec. Apr. 17, 1815.
F-141-42. Bill of Sale. July 15, 1814. Jeremiah Dubose sells to John Burris for $375, a Negroe girl Hannah, aged about 16 years. Wit. Isaac Langston, John Chandler. Ack. Oct. 8, 1814. Rec. May 1, 1815.
F-157-58. Bill of Sale. May 24, 1815. Received from M. Moriarty, $200, in full for a little black boy named Nelson. Signed Wm. Townes. Wit. George Bruce. Ack. May 24, 1815. Rec. May 24, 1815.
F-199. Feb. 23, 1815. Division of estate. Commissioners appointed in a writ of partition from the Court of Common Pleas to divide the estate of William Pettigrew, deceased, gives to James Pettigrew, son of William, a minor, land and Negroes Limos, Phebe, Peter, Burwell, Nancy, Jack & Zilpha, Jacob, and other things; to Susananna Connell, land and negroes: Randell, Silla, Cesar, Simon, Rose, Levina, Peggy, Daniel, Doll, Prince & Dinah, and other things. Signed by commissioners Rasha Cannon, Joseph Woods, John McCrea, Sr., John Gee, and Wm. Zimmerman.
F-340-41. Receipt. May 24, 1815. Received of Jeptha Stevenson, $390 for one Negroe boy Joe, signed Philip McRae. Wit. Tristram Bostick. Ack. Dec. 8, 1815. Rec. Dec. 28, 1815.
F-342-3. Bill of Sale. Aug. 22, 1812. James Russell, Sr., sells to Capt. William Burris, a Negro man Sam for $450. Wit. Marmaduke Packer. Ack. Mar. 16, 1813. Rec. Dec. 30, 1815.
F-386. Bill of Sale. May 8, 1806. Baker Wiggins of Marlborough Dist., SC, sells to Mason Lee, 13 negro slaves: Ben, Peter, Adam, Frank, Hardey, Linsey, Arnae, Peney, Peg & four children named Jude, Hagar, Tom & Dick, for $4800. Wit. Thos. Boxsbee [?], Thos. Knight, Jno. E. Murray, Mark McClaniney [?]. Ack. Darlington Dist., by Moses Sanders who states he believes signatures of Jno. E. Murray and Thomas Knight, are their handwriting, March 21, 1816. Rec. Mar. 22, 1816.
F-388-89. Bill of Sale. December 1815. Thomas Stevenson sells for $300 to Jeptha Stevenson, a negro girl Nelley, about 14 years old. Wit. Zachariah Stephenson, Lemuel Stephenson. Signed as Thomas Stephenson. Ack. Feb. 3, 1816. Rec. Mar. 23, 1816.
F-395. Bill of Sale. Nov. 13, 1815. Joseph Woods sells for $450 to John Courtney, a negro woman Amy, aged about 21 years. Wit. Stephen Jones. Ack. Apr. 1, 1816. Rec. Apr. 3, 1816.
F427. Bill of Sale. Jan. 17, 1816. Received of Lewis Harrell, $500 in full for the negro boy Bill which was sold to him by Jordan Sanders. Wit. Haywood Todd, Geo. B. Malone. Ack. Feb. 19, 1816. Rec. June 17, 1816.
F-440-42. Marriage Settlement. Mar. 6, 1816. Contemplating a marriage between John Good and Susannah Connell, to protect Susannah's property, certain land, negroes and other property are conveyed by them to Timothy Dargan in trust for her and them, and then to their issue. The land includes some bordering on the estate of William Connell. Negroes named are Randal, Silla, Caesar, Rose, Levinia, Daniel, Doll, Prince, Nancy, Cena and Jim. If the marriage takes place, Susannah is allowed to convey half to any person. Signed John Good, Sussannah Connell, Timothy Dargan. Wit. Wm. Zimmerman, A. B. Woods, Jos. Woods. Ack. June 4, 1816. Rec. Aug. 21, 1816.