Glynn Co. Deed Book ABEF
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1774 as also respecting certain negroes one a tall yellow fellow named Jack knockneed about twenty years old also one small black fellow named Joe about thirty years old a Brick layer by trade.  Given under my hand this ninth day of June 1787.

Witnesses                                                                                                 Lewis Bons
Jno. Whiting
Jack Hawkins

Brunswick      } Received in the clerks office for said county & Recorded the 5th July 1787
Glynn County }                                                                                        John Goode
                                                                                                                C.C.G.C.

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The mark of John Palmer a smooth crop in the left Ear and figure 7 in the right his brand thus MP, the M.P. joined together.

Brunswick      }      Received and Recorded in the clerks office for said county 5th July 1787
Glynn County }                                                                                        John Goode C.C.G.C.

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The Mark & Brand of Martin Palmer a crop in the left ear and swallow hook in the right. Brand thus MP, M.P. joined in one.
Brunswick }                     Received and Recorded in the clerks office for said county 5th July 1787.
Glynn County}                                                                                          John Goode C.C.G.C.

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Georgia

          This Indenture made the twenty eighth day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand seventeen and  and [sic] seventy two and in the tenth? year of the Reign of his majesty King George the Third.  Between James Spalding of the town of Frederica and parish of Saint James merchant and Margery his wife of the one part and George McIntosh of the parish of Saint Andrews Esquire of the other part.  Whereas by Indentures bearing date the Fifth day of November in the year of our Lord one Thousand seven hundred and seventy two made between the said James Spalding of the first part the said Margery Spalding [nee Margery McIntosh, spinster] of the second part and William McIntosh, Sir Patrick Houston Baronet and Roger Kelsall Esquire of the third part pursuant to the consent and agreement

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signed sealed and delivered
In the presences of we                                    John X Hendricks  {seal}
Thos. Hutchins[?]                                              his mark
Robert Powers J.P.

Recorded April 21st 1803  Jas. Fort Recd. & C.S.C.G.C.

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[This recorded is marked out]

State of Georgia
         This Indenture made this eighth day of March in the year of our Lord One thousand Eight hundred and two and in the twenty sixth year of the Independence of United States of America.  Between James Middleton of McIntosh County and State aforesaid of the one part and

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State of Georgia
          This Indenture made the seventh day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety six and of American Independence the twentieth.  Between Lachlan McIntosh of the County of Liberty and State aforesaid Esquire Attorney at Law and Mary Persisus[?] his wife of one part and William Blount of the State of Tennessee Esq., James Jarvis of the city of New York in the State of New York Gentleman James Grant of the said State of Tennessee Merchant Elijah Buckingham Hopkins of the city of Philadelphia in the commonwealth of Pennsylvania Esquire and David Allison of the said city of Philadelphia Esq. of the other part.  Witnesseth that the said Lachlan McIntosh as well in consideration of the sum of five shillings sterling in hand paid by the said William Blount, James Jarvis, James Grant, Elijah Buckingham Hopkins, and David Allison at or before the sealing and delivery hereof.  The receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged as for divers other good causes and valuable considerations.  Them the said Lachlan McIntosh and Mary Persisus more especially thereunto moving have granted bargained and sold

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aliened [illegible] released and confirmed and by these presents do grant bargain and sell alien [illegible] release and confirm unto the said William Blount, James Jarvis, James Grant, Elijah Buckingham Hopkins and David Allison their heirs and assigns as hereunto in common all that tract piece or parcel of land containing three hundred acres be the same more or less situated lying and being in the now County of Glynn formerly the parish of St. David in the then Province now State of Georgia aforesaid.  Bounded Northwardly on a Branch of McKay's River and on all other sides by land vacant at the time of survey thereof the same being originally granted to Andrew Hampton and also all that other tract piece or parcel of land containing three hundred acres be the same more or less situate lying and being in the County and State aforesaid and adjoining the above described tract.  Bounded southwesterly as aforesaid.  That is to say by land the said Andrew Hampton as above also described.  Southeastwardly by marsh and by all other sides by land vacant at the time of survey.  There of the same being granted to William Williams the elder which said two adjoining make a tract or body of six hundred acres of land which the said Lachlan McIntosh and Mary Persisus his wife have a good estate and inheritance of on fee simple together with all and singular the buildings improvements ways woods mines minerals fossils [illegible] ores Savannahs water water [illegible] rights [illegible] privileges hereditaments and appurtenances whatsoever hereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining and the reversions[?] and remainders rents issues and profits thereof and every part and parcel thereof and also all the state right title interest use possession property claims and [illegible] whatsoever of his and the said Lachlan McIntosh and Mary Persisus his wife as well at Law as in Equity of in to and out of the said premises and appurtenances to have and to hold all and singular the premises herein by granted or mentioned or intended to be granted with all and every the appurtenances

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unto the said William Blount, James Jarvis, James Grant, Elijah Buckingham Hopkins, and David Allison their respected heirs and assigns as tenants in common and not as joint tenants forever and the said Lachlan McIntosh for himself and his heirs doth covenant and agree to and with the said William Blount, James Jarvis, James Grant, Elijah Buckingham Hopkins and David Allison their respective heirs and assigns in manner following, that is to say, that he the said Lachlan McIntosh now is lawfully seized of a good sum perfect and [illegible] able Estate of inheritance in fee simple of and in the said tracts of land and premises before mentioned and described without any manner of conditions mortgage limitations of use or uses or other manner cause or thing whatsoever to alter change change [illegible] or encumber the same and hat good right full power and lawful authority to grant sell and convey the said unto the said William Blount, James Jarvis, James Grant, Elijah Buckingham Hopkins and David Allison their respective heirs and assigns in manner aforesaid and further the said Lachlan McIntosh and his heirs shall and will from time to time and at all times hereafter upon the reasonable request and at the proper cost and charges in the law of them the said William Blount, James Jarvis, James Grant, Elijah Buckingham Hopkins and David Allison their respective heirs and assigns make execute and deliver or caseu to be made executed and delivered unto the said William Blount, James Jarvis, James Grant, Elijah Buckingham Hopkins and David Allison their respective heirs and assigns all such further and other acts deeds conveyances and assurances in the law whatsoever for the better and more perfect granting conveying and assuming and vesting the tracts of land premises aforesaid in their the said William Blount, James Jarvis, James Grant, Elijah Buckingham Hopkins and David Allison their respective heirs and assigns or their or either of their counsel [illegible] in the

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law shall reasonably devise advise require and the said Lachlan McIntosh and his heirs the said premises hereby granted or mentioned or intended to be granted with all and every the appurtenances unto the said William Blount, James Jarvis, James Grant, Elijah Buckingham Hopkins, and David Allison as tenants in common against him the said Lachlan McIntosh and his heirs and against all and every other person or persons whatsoever lawfully claiming or to claim any state right title or interest whatsoever of in to the hereby granted premises or any part thereof shall and will well and truly warrant forever [illegible] by these presents in Witness whereof the said parties have hereunto set their hands and seals changeably.  The day and year first afore written

Sealed and delivered
in the presence of us
the [2 illegible words] and only                                      Lach McIntosh  {seal}
six in the second line first                                               Mary P. McIntosh  {seal}
page and before Executors
George Cubbedge J.P.
Alex Fitzpatrick

Received on the day and year of the within written Indenture of the above named William Blount, James Jarvis, James Grant, Elijah Buckingham Hopkins and David Allison the sum of five shillings sterling being the considerative money mentioned to be paid [illegible]

Witnesses present at signing                                      Lach McIntosh
George Cubbedge J.P.

Be it Remembered that Mary Persisus McIntosh the wife of Lachlan McIntosh did declare that without comp??? dread or fear of any person or persons whatsoever the said Mary Persisus doth hereby voluntarily and absolutely forever renounce and relinquish all right titles interests or claims whatsoever that she now hat or may hereafter have or be entitled to of in to or out of the within mentioned premises with the appurtenances herein [illegible]

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granted to the said William Blount, James Jarvis, James Grant, Elijah Buckingham Hopkins and David Allison as her dower or [illegible] of the same in Witness whereof the said Mary Persisus McIntosh hath hereunto set her hand and seals this seventh day of September Seventeen hundred and ninety six.

Taken and acknowledged
This seventh day of September                                     Mary P. McIntosh  {seal}
1796 Before us
George Cubbedge J.P.

Recorded this 22nd day of April 1803   Jas. Fort recd. & C.S.C.G.C.

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State of Georgia  }
£480,,12,,6         }
£480,,12,,6          }             --copy[?]--
£961,,5,,0           }  To All to whom these presents shall come I William McIntosh Junr. of Chatham County

Send Greeting

Whereas the said William McIntosh Junr. by my Bond or obligations bearing [illegible] date with.  These presents become held and firmly bound unto his Honorable Lyman Hall Esquire Governor and Commander in Chief of this State aforesaid or to his successors in office in the penal[?] sum of nine hundred and sixty one pounds and five shillings specie with condition then under written for the payment of the sum of Four hundred and eighty pounds twelve shillings and six pence specie aforesaid unto the said Lyman Hall Esquire Governor or to his successors as aforesaid on or before the thirtieth day of December 1790 as in and by the said Bond or obligation and condition there under written (relation therewith being had) doth more fully and at large appear.
          Know ye that I the said William McIntosh Junr. for the better securing the payment of the said sum of four hundred and eighty pounds twelve shillings and six pence specie unto the said Lyman Hall Esquire Governor

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Georgia

          This Indenture made The Eighteenth day of November in the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight hundred and four.  Between James Payne of the Island of St. Simons attorney for Martin Palmer of Turtle River of the one part and Athelston? Dawson Lawrence of the said Island of St. Simons planter of the other part.  Witnesseth that the said James Payne for and in consideration of the sum of six hundred dollars to him in hand well and faithfully paid by him the said Athelston Dawson Lawrence the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged have granted and sold and by these do grant bargain and sell unto the Athelston Dawson Lawrence his heirs assigns forever all that district parcel or tract of land containing as by plat and grant thereof sixty three acres situate lying and being in the county of Glynn butting and bounding East by salt marsh of Turtle River southeast by M. Palmer south west by vacant and northeast by an old survey to have and to hold the aforesaid district parcel or tract of land as above described with the promises rights right numbers? and appurtenances aforesaid unto said Athelston Dawson Lawrence his heirs and assigns to the only proper uses and behoof and benefit of the said Athelston Dawson Lawrence his heirs and assigns forever and the said James Payne for himself and the said Martin Palmer and their heirs the aforesaid described parcel of land and all and every part and parcel thereof unto the said Athelston Dawson Lawrence his heirs and assigns forever against the said James Payne and Martin Palmer their heirs and all and every other person and persons whomsoever shall and will warrant and forever defend by these presents in witness whereof the said James Payne has hereunto put his hand and seal the day and year first above written.

Signed sealed and delivered in the presents of                                   James Payne [signature]
John Couper J.I.C.
John Parland

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Georgia

          Recd the day and year within written of the within named Athelson Dawson Lawrence the sum of six hundred dollars being the conservation money for the land therein mentioned to be sold by me to him.

Witness present                                                                 James Payne [signature]
John Couper, J.I.C.

Received this 5th day of December 1804 and examined by Jas. Fort Recd.

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The State of South Carolina

          To all to whom these presents shall come be seen or made known we Henry Laurens and Keating Simons trustees appointed under the will of the late Colonel Henry Laurens and David Ramsey and Martha Laurens his wife all of the city of Charleston in the state aforesaid send greeting.  Whereas the said late Colonel Henry Laurens in and by his last will and testament in writing duly made and executed and bearing date the first day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety two did among other lands and estates give and devise all and singular the hereinafter described premises unto the said Henry Laurens and Keating Simons to have and to hold the same and every part then of to them and their ??? trust and to and for his daughter Martha Laurens Ramsey during her life and from and after her decease in trust for her husband during his life without impeachment of waste? and after their decease to the use of such child or children as his said daughter would leave living at her death and the issue of such child or children as might have died? in the life time of the parents share alike to the child or children of any child that might die before ??? the parent and taking he or her share to have the same to him her or their his her or their heirs and assigns forever but if his said daughter should die in the life time of her husband without leaving a child or grandchild then he gave the same to her husband and his heirs forever but if he should die single and leave no children grandchild then he gave her forever to disperse of the same as he devised

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This is to certify that I do hereby revoke and disannull [sic] certain Power of Attorney that I gave to James Payne the 28th[?] day of March 1801.  In the twenty fifth year of American Independence.  Given under my hand at Brunswick this sixth day of September 1806.

Witness                                                                         Martin Palmer
B. Hart                        }
N. Jones
  C.S.C.G.C.  }

Recorded and Examined this 6th day of October 1806  N. Jones C.S.C.G.C.

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State of Georgia
          This Indenture made the Thirty first day of October in the year of Our Lord one thousand Eight hundred and three.  Between John Burnett of the County of Glynn in the State aforesaid planter of the one part and William Payne of the same place of the other part.  Witnesseth that the said John Burnett for and in consideration of the sum of One Thousand Dollars to him in hand paid by the said William Payne at or before the sealing and delivery of these presents.  The receipt where[?] the said John Burnett doth hereby acknowledge.  He the said John Burnett hath granted bargained sold aliened conveyed and confirmed and by these presents doth fully and absolutely grant bargain sell alien and confirm unto the said William Payne his heirs and assigns forever all those two lots in the Town of Brunswick known in the plan of said town as number twenty-six (26) water and bay also two lots in the said town known in the place as number 28 twenty Eight Bay and Water and those several islands on Turtle River known by the names of Birds[?] Island containing about fifteen acres with all the improvements thereon which said Islands and lots of land were purchased by the said John Burnett at Sheriff's sale as by Reference to a Deed from Henry D.

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Stone late of Sheriff of the said County of Glynn to the said John Burnett duly recovered will fully appear with the rights members and appurtenances thereof and the reversion and reversions remainders and rents issues and profits thereof and of every part and parcel thereof and all the estate right title interest claim and demands whatsoever as well in equity as in Law of him the said John Burnett and his heirs of in an to the same.  To Have and to hold the said Island and lots as aforesaid with the rights members and appurtenances unto the said William Payne his heirs and assigns to the only proper use and behoof of the said William Payne his heirs and assigns forever.  And lastly the said John Burnett the said Islands and lots described as aforesaid unto the William Payne against the said John Burnett and his heirs shall and will warrant.  But it is understood that the said John Burnett does not warrant against the title of any other persons or persons should there be any other claims to the same.  The said John Burnett hereby selling and disproving only of his Rights Derived from the title of the said Henry D. Stone as aforesaid.  In witness whereof the said John Burnett hath hereunto set his hand and seal the day and year first above mentioned.

Signed sealed and delivered                                       John Burnett  {seal}
in the presence of
John Holmes J.P.       }
James Powell             }

Recorded and Examined by me this thirty first day of Oct. 1806  N. Jones C.S.C.G.C.

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State of Georgia     }
Camden County     }     Know all men by these presents that I Thomas Parsons[?] of the county aforesaid for and in consideration of the sum of two hundred Dollars to me in hand paid the

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