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Conveyance Book AA for Spartanburg, 1848-1850 PDF Report for Easy Printing

Conveyance Book AA for Spartanburg, 1848-1850
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Spartanburg District Conveyance Book AA, 1848-1850
(SC Archieves Microfilm C 609-3P)

Page 37
 

Robert Bullington  } Deed of Conveyance
         To                    } State of South Carolina
Samuel Bullington } Spartanburgh District
                                  Know all men by these presents that I, Robert Bullington of the State & district aforesaid, in the consideration of Four hundred & fifty dollars to me paid by Samuel Bullington hath bargained Sold & released and by these presents do bargain Sell & release unto sd   S. Bullington a tract or parcel of land whereon he now lives, being on the South side of South Pacolet river, containing one hundred & thirty four acres, bounded as follows. Beginning at a Gum on sd river thence So 5 E. 15 ch to a red oak thence 3.50 to a Stake thence S 45 E. 10 ch to a Post Oak thence S 74 E 29.50 to a Stake all on McDowell's line. Thence No. 15 ch to a Chestnut near the spring thence with the meanders about No. 40 W 24.50 to a White oak E 2.50 to stake thence No 17 to stake on the bank of the river thence with the meanders of the river to the beginning to have & to hold forever and I, Robert Bullington, do hereby bind myself & my heirs to warrant and forever defend the right thereof together with the appurtenances thereunto against any person or persons, claiming the Same or any part thereof. In witness whereof I have set my hand and seal the Eighteenth day March in the year of our Lord one thousand Eight hundred & thirty six and in the sixtieth year of the independence of the United States America. Signed sealed and delivered in presence of
Moses Foster } (Containing one hundred)
John Bomar    } (& thirty four acres ?Interested) Robert Bullington {Seal}

State of South Carolina } Before me personally came Moses Foster and made oath
Spartanburgh District    } that he saw Robert Bullington Sign Seal & deliver the
within Deed of Conveyance to Samuel Bullington for the use and purposes therein mentioned and that John Bomar and himself in the presence of each other witnessed the Execution & acknowledgement of the same. Sworn and Suscribed before me the 20 July 1848
                    Z. Lanford, Magst.                                                         Moses Foster

State of South Carolina } I, Z. Lanford a Magistrate of said district do hereby
Spartanburgh District    } certify unto all Whom it may concern that Mary Bullington wife of the within named Robert Bullington did this day appear before me & upon being privately & separately examined before me and declare that she did freely and Voluntarily without any compulsion and fear of any person or persons whosoever, renounced, released and forever relinquish unto the within named [Page 38 of Deed Book AA] Samuel Bullington, his heirs and assigns all her interest and estate and also all the rights and claim of Dower of, in and to all and Singular the premises within mentioned and released. Given under my hand & seal the 20 July 1848.
        Z. Lanford Mags. {Seal}                     Mary (x) Bullington.
Registered, examined & Certified the 22 July 1848. Original delivered to [left blank].

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Samuel Bullington } Deed of Conveyance
            To               } State of South Carolina
Oliver Clark          } Spartanburgh District

                                 Know all men by these presents that I, Samuel Bullington of the State and district aforesaid in Consideration of four hundred and fifty dollars to me paid by Oliver Clark of the State and district above named have granted bragained Sold and released and by these presents do grant bargain & sell unto the above named Oliver Clark a tract of land where on I now live Situate in the district & state above named on the South side of South Pacolet River containing by Survey One hundred & thirty four acres more or less, and bounded as follows. Beginning on a Gum on sd river thence S. 5 E. 15 Ch to red oak thence 3.50 to stake thence So. 45 E. 10 Ch to Post Oak thence S 74 E. 29.50 to stake all on McDowell's line thence N. 15 Ch to a chestnut near the spring thence with the meanders about north 40 W 26.50 to white oak - thence 2.50 to stake thence 17 to stake on the bank of the river thence with the meanders of the river to the Beginning, to have & to hold forever and I, Elizabeth Bullington do hereby Join my husband Samuel Bullington in the Deed and hereby relinquish & release unto the above named Oliver Clark all my interest Estate & Claim of Dower to all and singular the premises above named and released and I, Samuel Bullington do hereby bind myself, my heirs, Executors & administrators to warrant and forever defend the right hereditaments and the same or any part threreof. In witness whereof we have hereunto set our hands and seals, this the twenty first day of January Eighteen hundred & Forty Seven
Pinckney Hammett      }                                                 S. Bullington {Seal}
[J. Or] T.S. Bullington}                                                 Elizabeth (x) Bullington {Seal}

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State of South Carolina } Before me personally came Pickney Hammett and made
Spartanburgh District    } oath that he saw Samuel Bullington Sign Seal and deliver the within deed of Conveyance to Oliver Clark for the use and purposes therein mentioned and that S. Bullington and himself in the presence of each other witnessed the Execution and acknowledgment of the same.
Sworn & Subscribed before me the 20 of July 1848.
                                       Z. Lanford Magst.                                         Pickney Hammett

State of South Carolina } I, Z. Lanford a magistrate of said district do hereby certify
Spartanburg District      } unto all whom it may concern that Elizabeth Bullington wife of the within named Samuel Bullington did this day appear before me and upon being privately and Separately examined before me did declare that she did freely and Voluntarily without any Compulsion dread or fear of any person or persons whomsoever renounce release and forever relinquish unto the within named Oliver Clark his heirs and assigns all her interest of Dower of in and to all and singular the premises within mentioned and released. Given under my hand and Seal 20th July 1848
                    Z. Lanford Mag. {Seal}                                                 Elizabeth (x) Bullington

Registered Examined & Certifyed the 22 July 1848.
Original delivered to [left blank]
 

 

 

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