1813 Deed - James Blackmon to James Reeves

1813 Deed - James Blackmon to James Reeves

1813 Deed - James Blackmon to James Reaves

Lancaster County SC
3 February 1813
Deed Book H p155

State of South Carolina Lancaster District } Know all men by these presents that James Blackman of Lancaster County foresaid for and in consideration of One Hundred Dollars to me in hand paid by James Reaves have bargained sold and released & by these presents do grant Bargain Sell and Release unto James Reaves that plantation or tract of Land containing One Hundred acres more or less in Lancaster County situated on the head of bear creek it being part of survey granted to James Blackmon on the 16th day of January 1780 (NOTE: Actual grant was 16 January 1786) and hath such shapes and as will more fully appear by a plat and grant beginning on a line near the Rocky River Road to a pine corner near a pond thence beginning on B Stogners Line Corner thence on a Dividing Line Between the parties to a read oak on the poley Branch thence to a maple corner on David Mierses Land thence to a Station on said Line thence to the Beginning Corner Together with all and singular the rights members hereditaments and appertenances to the said premises Belonging or in any Wise anexed or apertaining to have and to hold all and singular premises before Mentioned unto the said James Reaves his heirs and assignes forever And I do bind Myself My heirs Exors. Administrators to Warrant and forever Defend all and singular the said premises unto the said James Reaves his heirs and assignes agst Myself my Heirs and against every other person Claiming the same or any part share of Witness My hand and Seal this 3 day of Feb One Thousand Eight Hundred and Thirteen and in the Thirty Seven year of American Independence Signed Sealed and Delivered in presence of
David Myres & John Blackman James Blackmon (seal)
South Carolina}
Lancaster District} Personally appeared before me John Blackmon being duly Sworn doth say that he saw James Blackman sign the within Instrument of Writing as his act and Deed (Declare?) (NOTE: This may have been Declare, but I believe that word has been stricken.) that he saw David Myres Sign and Subscribing Witness with himself Sworn to before me this 2nd day of August 1813 -
John Kennington J P - John Blackmon