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Reeves, Henry (c1740SC- ?)
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Reeves, Henry


Summary

Father: Unknown
Mother: Unknown

Birth: c 1740, possibly South Carolina
Birth Source: Estimated from marriage

Death:
Death Source:

Spouse1: Charlotte Elliott

Narrative


This Henry Reeves was a Loyalist during the Revolution and may have left South Carolina after the war.

“A few days ago Capt. Henry Reeves was married to Miss Charlotte Elliott, a
daughter of Mr. Artemas Elliott, deceased.” (10 September, 1763,
Marriage Notices in The South-Carolina Gazette and Its Successors, 1732-1801.)

24 November 1767: Henry Reeves, 600 acres in Colleton County adj. Wood, William Bridge, 24 November 1767, Plat certified 29 January 1767. (Brent H. Holcomb, South Carolina’s Royal Grants, Volume Two: Grant Books 10 Through 17, 1760-1768, p. 23, citing Book 15, p. 173.)

24 November 1767: Henry Reeves, 1000 acres in Colleton County, on waters of Edisto River, adj. Bridge, 24 November 1767. Plat certified 9 March 1767. (Brent H. Holcomb, South Carolina’s Royal Grants, Volume Two: Grant Books 10 Through 17, 1760-1768, p. 23, citing Book 15, p. 174.)

20-21 October 1775: Peter and Thomas Lord of Charlestown to Hugh Swinton of same, for 3200 pounds SC money, 400 acres in the parish of Christ Church in Berkley County adj. land now or late belonging to Henry Reeves, marsh land now or late belonging to James Cook on Wando River, land of William Loocock and John Ward. Wit: William Rudnall, Anthony McHugo. Proved 21 October 1776. (Brent H. Holcomb, SC Deed Abstracts, 1773-1778, Books F-4 through X-4, p. 139.)

1-2 May 1775: Henry Reeves of Christ Church Parish, and Charlotte his wife, to William Mackimmey of Charlestown, cooper, for 5100 SC money, 508 acres in Christ Church Parish, adj. land of John Ward, now or late of said Henry Reeves, Peter Taylor on a branch of Wandow River. S: Henry Reeves, Charlotte Reeves. Wit: Lewis Lesterjette, Geo. Jno. FArdo. (Brent H. Holcomb, SC Deed Abstracts, 1773-1778, Books F-4 through X-4, p. 225, citing W-4, pp. 329-334)

11 November 1775 (Recorded): Robert Clary of Craven County, Cheraws Distirct, SC, planter, bound to John Blafour of same….300 acres grnated to Anthony White on 1 7 February 1767 adj. Francis Young, John Lloyd, Wm. Rhodes, James Henry ?, Thos Bowen, Daniel Desurney, also so much of a trct of 384 acres granted to Saml. Desurney 22 January 1747 adj. land of James Jones, Peedee River, on the high road from Long Bluff to the Cheraw hill, per line run by James Knight Junr 17 instant. Robert clary. Wit: Robert Gray, Wm. Dewitt. Recorded 11 November 1775. (Brent H. Holcomb, SC Deed Abstracts, 1773-1778, Books F-4 through X-4, p. 170, citing Book R-4, pp. 544-545.)

21-22 July 1777: Henry Reeves of SC and Charlotte his wife to Samuel Jones of same, for 3600 pounds SC money, whereas Mary Frost of Charles Town widow, in her will dated 8 October 1766 devised to her granddaughter the above named Charlotte Reeves, two lots in Charles Town. S: Henry Reeves, Charlotte Reeves. Wit: Lambert Lance, William Fraser. (Brent H. Holcomb, SC Deed Abstracts, 1773-1778, Books F-4 through X-4, p. 209, citing V-4, pp. 341-348.)

15-16 June 1778: Henry Reeves of Christ Church Parish, SC, planter, and Charlotte his wife, to William McKimmey of Charlestown, cooper, for 5000 pounds SC money, 235 acre sin Christ Church Parish adj land of said William McKimmey, John Ward, Doctor William Loocock, Henry Swinton….. Wit: E. Rutledge, Benj. Smith. (Brent H. Holcomb, SC Deed Abstracts, 1773-1778, Books F-4 through X-4, p. 240, citing X-4, pp. 116-118)

Sources


South Carolina Gazette.
South Carolina Colonial Deed Records.

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