Book N, p. 136
8 & 9 Nov. 1734
L & R
COL. WILLIAM HAZZARD, SR., planter of Wambee Island (known as Port Royall Island), Granville Co., to AMBROSE REEVES (REEVE), surgeon, of Beaufort Town, for L 625 currency, 147 a., English measure, on Port Royall Island, bounding E on Stewart River; N on Beaufort Town & part on JOHN WOODWARD; W & NW on Parmenters Creek; S on COL. WILLIAM BULL, plat dated 2 Mar. 1705/6. Whereas the Rt. Hon. WILLIAM, Lord Craven, Palatine, & the Lords Proprs. on 4 Jan. 1704, witnessed by Gov. NATHANIEL JOHNSON, NICHOLAS TROTT & JAMES MOORE, granted COL. WILLIAM HAZZARD, SR., the above named 147 a., now HAZZARD sells to REEVES.
Witnesses: CHARLES REEVES, THOMAS BOSWICK. Before THOMAS WIGG, J.P. NATHANIEL JOHNSON, Register.
Book P, p. 329
10 & 11 Jan. 1735
L & R
AMBROSE REEVE(REEVES), chirurgeon, to LEWIS JONES, clerk & MARGARET his wife, all of Beaufort, Granville Co., in consideration of L 5 & the trust reposed in him, releases to JONES 500 a. English measure on Port Royall Island, Granville Co., bounding E on Dicks Back Creek; N on ALEXANDER MACKEY; W on vacant land; S on KNATCHBULLS land (ROSATCHBULL). Whereas by L & R, 27 & 28 Oct. 1735 LEWIS JONES & MARGARET his wife conveyed to AMBROSE REEVE the above named 500 a. in trust to the use of LEWIS & MARGARET JONES during their lives & REEVE agreed that he would, at any time, convey the plantation to JONES & whereas JONES & his wife on 28 Oct. last renounced all title to the land & joined in a precipe concord or fine for that purpose, MARGARET voluntarily consenting, & quit claimed to REEVE; now REEVE releases the land to them.
Witnesses: RICHARD WOODWARD, JOSEPH EDWARD FLOWER. Before THOMAS WIGG,, J.P. NATHANIEL JOHNSON, Register.
Book S, p. 320
21 June 1738
GEORGE II to all people. Know ye that amongst the pleas inrolled at Westminster in 8 days of
St. Hillary & in 15 days of St. Hillary, before ALEXANDER DENTON, ESQ., SIR JOHN FORTESCUE ALAND, Knigh; & THOMAS REEVE, ESQ.; & on the morrow of the Purification of the blessed Virgin Mary, & in 8 days of the Purification of the blessed Virgin Mary, before SIR THOMAS REEVE, Knight, & his brethren Justices of the Court of Common Bench of the Term of St. Hillary, in the 9th year of our reign, in the 1310th roll it is thus contained; Middlesex, to wit: SAMUEL HORSEY, ESQ., late of Westminster, in the Co. of Middlesex, otherwise called SAMUEL HORSEY, ESQ., of Whitehall, in the Co. of Middlesex, was summoned to answer JAMES GASCOIGNE'S plea that he render to him L 311:17 which he owes to & unjustly detains from him & whereupon the said JAMES, by RICHARD BANKS, his attorney, complains that whereas SAMUEL HORSEY on 16 Mar. 1735 at Westminster gave JAMES GASCOIGNE a bond for L 311:17 payable on demand which he failed to pay after several requests, to the damage of said JAMES L 20 & he brings suit. SAMUEL by his attorney, WILLIAM MIDFORD defends, but MILFORD as not instructed by HORSEY to give answer. It is adjudged that JAMES recover from SAMUEL.
Witness: SIR JOHN WILLIS, Knight.
Signed: MAIDSTONE. ROBERT AUSTIN, Register.
Book V, p. 284
4 Feb. 1740/1
Bill of Sale
CHARLES REEVES to MARY MELLICHAMP, for L 250 SC money, a house & stable on lot #(?) at Port Royal.
Witnesses: JEMMIT COBLEY, THOMAS HEPWORTH. Before ROBERT WRIGHT, J.P. of Graville Co. ROBERT AUSTIN, Register.
Book Z, p. 358
19 Nov. 1743
RICHARD WOODWARD, ESQ., to AMBROSE REEVES, doctor of Physic, for L 24 currency, 4-1/2 a. English measure on Port Royall Island, bounding on the Broad Road; E on the Common of Beaufort; W on Parmenter 's Creek; S on AMBROSE REEVES; surveyed by JAMES HOUSTON.
Witnesses: BENJAMIN LLOYD, JOHN THORPE. Before JOHN MULRYNE, J.P. JAMES MICKIE, D.P.R.
Book H-H, p. 151
10 Apr. 1749
L & R
JOHN WATSONE, merchant, & ABIGAIL, his wife, of Charleston, to ANNE REEVES, widow of Beaufort, for L 1320 currency, lot #10 in Beaufort, as by plat certified 8 Aug. 1717; also lot #132 in Beaufort as by plat certified 20 Oct. 1718; which lots were originally granted to FRANCIS YONGE & by several mesne conveyances became vested in JOHN WATSONE.
Witnesses: JONATHAN BRYAN, JOHN GIBBES, JR. Before WILLIAM PINCKNEY, J.P. WILLIAM HOPTON, Register.
Book Q-Q, p. 477
22 & 23 Mar. 1738
L & R
HUGH BRYAN, planter, & CATHERINE his wife, to RICHARD STEVENS, planter, both of Granville Co., for L 315 currency, lot #13 in Beaufort, bounding S on the Bay; W on lot #12; E on lot #14; N on lot #42; also half of lot #42, bounding S on lot #13; W on lot #39; N on lot #41; E on the other half lot #42. Whereas the Lords Proprs. granted WILLIAM SCOTT lot #13 in Beaufort, bounding as above; also lot #42 bounding E on Carteret Street; N on lot #41; W on lot #39; S on lot #14 & lot #13; & whereas WILLIAM SCOTT & SUSANNAH his wife, by L & R dated 20 June 1732 sold to HUGH BRYAN all of lot #13 & half of lot #42; now BRYAN sells these 1-1/2 lots to STEVENS.
Witnesses: JOSEPH EDWARD FLOWER, AMBROSE REEVES. Before WILLIAM HARVEY, J.P. WILLIAM HOPTON, Register.
Book R-R, p. 232
9 & 10 Dec. 1756
L & R
THOMAS WIGG, ESQ., of Granville Co., & ANN his wife, to JOHN CHAPMAN, merchant, of Beaufort, for L 750 currency, 200 a., English measure, on Port Royal Island, part of a tract granted to JOSEPH PARMENTER the father in 1706/7 by Gov. NATHANIEL JOHNSTON, & sold by JOSEPH PARMENTER, the son; & JANE his wife, to THOMAS WIGG in 1749; bounding S on estate of SIR NATHANIEL NESBITT; N on MARY TAILFER (now JOHN CHAPMAN); W on the Rev. MR. ROBERT ORR; E on Parmenter's Creek.
Witnesses: FRANCIS STUART, LEWIS REEVE. Before JAMES THOMSON, J.P. WILLIAM HOPTON, Register.
Book F-3, p. 607
4 & 5 Aug. 1761
L & R
JOHN BARNWELL, planter, of Granville Co., & MARTHA his wife, to SARAH CHAPLIN, widow, in trust for her youngest son, WILLIAM CHAPLIN; for L 1500 currency, 300 a. in Granville Co., bounding W on RICHARD STEVENS; N on WILLIAM CHAPLIN; E on flats & marshes; S on JOHN TOOMER; which tract was originally granted to JOSEPH WATSON, & inherited by his nephew & heir, JAMES WATSON; who sold to JOHN BARNWELL in 1745.
Witnesses: FRANCIS STUART, LEWIS REEVE. Before WILLIAM HARVEY, J.P. Entered in Auditor's Book E, p. 162, on 24 Oct . 1761 by GEORGE JOHNSTON, Pro. Dep. Aud. Recorded 30 Jan. 1767 by FENWICKE BULL, Register.
Book H-3, p. 59
30 & 31 May 1766
L & R by Mortgage
HENRY REEVES, mariner, formerly of Charleston, SC, now of Bur Street, Co. of Middlesex (Great Britain), to SAMUEL ROBINSON, merchant, of Houndsditch, London, for value of L 7200 received; 3 tenements on Queen & Elliott Streets, in St. Philips Parish, Charleston, now occupied by HENRY REEVES'S undertenants; also 600 a. called Pondepond, in Parish of Pond de Pond, occupied by REEVES'S undertenants; 600 a. called the Ac, in St. Philips Parish; also the Negroes & other slaves; the horses, mules, cattle, stock, implements & utensils; with various provisoes.
Witnesses: JOHN RAINCOCK, gentleman, of Bearbinder Lane, London; WILLIAM BOLTON of same place. Sworn at Mansion House 20 June 1766 before GEORGE NELSON, mayor of London. Signed HODGES.
Recorded 14 Oct. 1767 by FENWICKE BULL, Register.
Book P-3, pp. 456-460
3 Mar. 1769
ROGER PINCKNEY, P.M., to WILLIAM FRIPP, planter, of St. Helena Island, for L 945 currency, 270 a. on St. Helena Island, in Granville Co., bounding N on Lt. Gov. WILLIAM BULL; W on RICHARD CAPERS; SW on WILLIAM ADAMS; SE on marsh opposite the Hunting Islands. Whereas CHARLES FURREAU, planter, of St. Helena Parish, was granted said 270 a. on 13 Feb. 1753 & became indebted to FRANCIS STUART, merchant, of Beaufort, Port Royal for L 1820 currency; & whereas ANN STUART, administratrix, & HENRY STUART & LEWIS REEVE, administrators of the estate of FRANCIS STUART obtained a judgment with costs against MARY FURREAU, administratrix of CHARLES FURREAU's estate, & the P.M. was ordered to sell the above land at auction; now he sells to FRIPP.
Witnesses: HOPSON PINCKNEY, JOHN MARTIN. Before JAMES JOHNSTON, J.P., on 21 Mar. 1770. Entered in Aud.. Book K-10, p. 82, on 10 Apr. 1770 by RICHARD LAMBTON, Dep. Aud.
Recorded 2 May 1770 by HENRY RUGELEY, Dep. Register.
Book S-3, pp. 282-287
14 & 15 Dec. 1767
L & R
JOSEPH KOGER, & EVE (her mark) his wife, to WILLIAM BRIDGE, both of St. Bartholomews Parish, Colleton Co., for L 100 currency, 100 a., English measure, in said Parish, bounding E on JOSEPH KOGER; W & N on CAPT. HENRY REEVES; S on vacant land.
Witnesses: JOHN MILHOUS, DAVID FERGUSON, EDWARD(his mark) WOOD. Before PHILIP SMITH, J.P., on 15 Aug. 1768.
Recorded 3 Apr. 1771 by HENRY RUGELEY, Register.
Plat certified 16 Nov. 1767 by WILLIAM RICHARD FORD, Dep. Sur., showing resurvey of 200 a., part of 500 a. in St. Bartholomews Parish, which land was surveyed by special warrant for WILLIAM MAXWELL; who gave to JOSEPH KOGER, SR.
Book Z-3, pp. 333-336
15 Aug. 1772
JOHN SANSUM, mariner, & SUSANNAH (her mark) his wife, living at Cumings Island near the Light House, to THOMAS WOODIN, weigher & gauger of H.M. customs, for L 10 currency, 85 a. on Edisto River, about 1-1/2 miles below the Edisto Saw Mills, in Colleton Co., bounding N on the river; S on CAPT. HENRY REEVES & WILLIAM BRIDGES; E on HENRY REEVES; granted by Gov. CHARLES GREVILLE MONTAGU on 15 May 1772.
Witnesses: THOMAS SMITH, GEORGE MORRIS. Before FENWICKE BULL, J.P.
Recorded 19 Nov. 1772 by HENRY RUGELEY, Register.
Book Z-3, pp. 354-357
15 Aug. 1772
WILLIAM HOLMES, mariner, & ANN (her mark) his wife, to THOMAS WOODIN, weigher & gauger of H. M. customs, for L 20 currency, 250 a. in Colleton Co. near Edisto River, about 2 miles from Edisto Mills, bounding NE on CAPT. HENRY REEVES; NW on Edisto Saw Mills Co.; other sides on vacant land; granted 3 July 1772 by Gov. CHARLES GREVILLE MONTAGU.
Witnesses: THOMAS SMITH, JOHN SANSUM. Before FENWICKE BULL, J.P.
Recorded 21 Nov. 1772 by WILLIAM RUGELEY & HENRY RUGELEY, Register.
Book A-4, pp. 112-116
12 & 13 Apr. 1771
L & R
THOMAS COWAN, planter, to MICHAEL PERRICLEIR, both of Helena Parish, Granville Co., for L 1050 currency, 330 a. on Port Royal Island (p. 107). Witnesses: LEWIS DESAUSSURE, LEWIS REEVE. Before ANDREW AGGNEW, J.P., on 27 July 1771.
Recorded 8 Sept. 1772 by HENRY RUGELEY, Register.
Book A-4, pp. 197-201
26 Mar. 1772
ROGER PINCKNEY, P.M., to JACOB DEVEAUX, of Beaufort, St. Helena Parish, Granville Co., at auction, for b 1510 currency, lots #120 & #124 in Beaufort. Whereas FRANCIS STUART, merchant, owned lot #120, bounding N on lot #119; E on lot #124; S on Craven St.; W on lot #116; also lot #124, bounding N on lot #123; E on West St.; S on Craven St.; W on lot #120; & whereas THOMAS SHUBRICK & RICHARD SHUBRICK, a judgment for L 21,423:10:0 currency, with costs against STUART'S estate in the hands of HENRY STUART & LEWIS REEVE, administrators, & JAMES CARSON & ANN his wife, (ANN, formerly ANN STUART, administratrix of FRANCIS STUART'S goods, etc.); in consequence of which judgment the P.M. was ordered to sell the estate at auction; now he sells to DEVEAUX.
Witnesses: HOPSON PINCKNEY, JOSEPH MILLIGAN.
Recorded 3 Oct. 1772 by HENRY RUGELEY, Register.