Glynn Co. Deed Book G
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Plat drawing of Martin Palmer land and bordering lands.

Georgia           }
Glynn County  }  Warrant dated 2nd March 1801 and Surveyed 1st December 1801 for Martin Palmer who resides in this State a Tract of Seven Hundred and fifty acres of land bounded S.W. by Lockerman's I[?] & Clark Creek.  South by Satilla River, Southwest by Rudolph's lands, and on all other sides by Surveyed Land.

[illegible[ 2nd Dec. 1801.                                   Surveyed by George Purvis C.S.[?]
Jno. Parrott   }                                                    Danl. Steviges[?] Sur. Genl.
Jas. Payne     }CC

 

State of Georgia
          By his Excellency, John Milledge, Governor and Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy of this State and of the Militia thereof.
          To all to whom these presents shall come, Greeting:
          Know ye, That in  pursuance[?] of the act for opening the Land Office and by virtue of the power in me [illegible] I have given and granted and by these presents, in the name and behalf of the State Do give and grant unto Martin Palmer, his heirs and assigns for-

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ever all that tract of parcel of Land containing Seven hundred and fifty acres situate, lying and being in the County of Glynn in the said State, and birthing and bounding South West by Lockerman's and Clark's Creek, South by Satilla River, Eastwardly by Rudolph's land, and on other sides by Surveyed lands, having such shape, form and marks as appear by a plat of the same hereunto annexed, together with all and singular the rights members and appurtenances thereof, whatsoever to the said Tract or parcel of land.  [illegible] [illegible] [illegible] appertaining, and also al the estate right [3 illegible words] and dividend  of the State aforesaid, of, in, to, or out of the Same.  To have and to hold the said Tract of parcel of Land and all and singular the premises  aforesaid; with their and every of their rights, members, and appurtenances, unto the said Martin Palmer his heirs and assigns, to his and their own proper use and behoof forever in Fee Simple.
          Given under my hand and the great seal of the said State, this Nineteenth day of November in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and two, and in the twenty seventh year of American Independence.
                         Signed Jno. Milledge
Georgia Secretary's Office Registered in Book EEEEE folio 129 the 19th November 1802.
                                  Hoi[?] Marbury [???]
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Brunswick Recorded this 14th day of October 1808 and Examined.
                                     Isaac Abraham C.S.C.G.C.
[On edge of page]:  Signed by his Excellency the Governor 19th day of November 1802
                                   George R. Clayton  [?] E.D.

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State of Georgia

          This Indenture made the ninth day of April in the year of our Lord One thousand Eight hundred and eight, and in the thirty second year of the Independence of the United States of America.  Between James Moore Esquire Sheriff of the County of Glynn and State aforesaid of the one part and James Kennedy of the County and State aforesaid, of the other part.  Witnesseth, that whereas the said James Moore as Sheriff aforesaid, by virtue of a writ of perci-faceas issued from the Clerk's Office of the County of Glynn and State aforesaid, against one Thomas May, at the suit of Saul Timmons, did levy on a certain tract of Land the property of the said Thomas May, lying on the Turtle river in the County and State aforesaid containing One hundred and fifty acres, bounded southeast by College Creek, North East by James Ratcliffe Lands South west by College Lands, and West North West by unknown lands.  And the said James Moore as Sheriff aforesaid

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that I David Scarborough of Bullock County for myself my heirs and assigns authorize constitute and appoint John Goanthan? of Wayne County and state aforesaid my lawful Attorney to act for me and in my name to ask, sue, levy, recover and receive all that part of the undivided Estate of Thomas Parrott of Glynn County deceased which falleth to me and my wife formerly Elizabeth Parrott but now Elizabeth Scarborough as heirs to the Estate of the said deceased in as full an ample a manner as I the said David Scarborough could do was I personally present, and I do by these presents acquit, release, and discharge my said attorney from every lawful act done by him in asking, levying and receiving the above said undivided part of the Estate of the above said deceased Thomas Parrott.
          In witness whereof I the said David Scarborough do hereunto set my hand and seal this 2nd day of December 1809.  And in the thirty third year of American Independence.

Test                                                                        David Scarborough
Joseph Joiner C.C.O.  }
Mary Grantham          }                                   Recorded this 20th March 1811 and Examined by me
                                                                                       I. Abrahams C.S.C.G.C.

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State of Georgia    }  Know all men by these presents that I Henry McIntosh of Cumberland Island, "Planter", for and in consideration of the sum of Four hundred & Fifty dollars to me in hand paid by Martin Palmer of Glynn County have bargained sold and delivered, and by these presents do bargain sell and deliver unto the said Martin Palmer One negro man slave called Bob about __________ years of age ___________ To have and to hold the said negro man slave Bob to him the said Martin Palmer his heirs and assigns forever, and said negro I do hereby agree to warrant for me and my heirs against all and every claim and demand whatsoever.  ______________  In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal at Brunswick this Thirteenth day of March One Thousand Eight hundred and ten.

Sealed and delivered in the     }
presence of Rich M. Stiles   }                                    Henry McIntosh {L.S}
John Morgan
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Recorded this 20th March 1811 and examined by me  I. Abrahams C.S.G.C.

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Georgia  }   Whereas Thomas Armstrong of the County of Glynn and State aforesaid by his bond bearing date the ninth day of August One thousand and Eight hundred and Eight stand indebted to Alexander C. Wylly of the County and state aforesaid in the penal sum of Eight Thousand dollars conditioned[?] for the payment of Four Thousand dollars and Whereas the said Thomas Armstrong by a certain indenture of mortgage of equal date for and in consideration of the said sum of money in the said bond recited and to secure the payment of the same granted bargained and sold to the said Alexander C. Wylly certain Negro slaves therein named.  Now this Indenture witnesseth that for and in consideration of the said sum of money due and payable by the said bond, and for the further security of the payment of the same, the said Thomas Armstrong hath granted bargained and sold to the said Alexander C. Wylly the following negro slaves to wit  Yellow Jim, Allick, Peg, John, Maria, Joe, Dick, and Esther over and above the negro slaves bargained and sold by the Indenture aforesaid, together with the increase of the same, to have and to hold the above named slaves, to him the said Alexander C. Wylly, his heirs, executors, and administrators forever.  Now the condition of the above obligation is such that if the above bound Thomas Armstrong, his heirs, executors, or administrators shall well and truly pay or cause to be paid the said sum of money due and payable by the bond aforesaid to the said Alexander C. Wylly, his executors, administrators and assigns, then this obligation to be null and of no effect or otherwise remain in full force and virtue.  Witness my hand and seal this twelfth day of March One Thousand Eight hundred and Eleven.

In presence of William Page J.I.C.  }                               Thomas Armstrong {LS}
George E. Kern, Jr.[?]                   }

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Georgia           }
Glynn County   }   Warrant dated the 2nd July 1798 and surveyed 20th July 1798 for William Page who resided in this State a tract of One Thousand Acres of Land Bounded north by Hampton River and West by Butler's Land and Major Butler reserve and on all other sides by Major Butler's Land.

Advertised 21st July 1798                       Surveyed by Claud Thomas D.L.
James Divine[?]    }                              Certified by George Purvis C.S.
C. Thompson         }                               Griffin L. Lamkin for
                                                                 Daniel Sturges S. Genl.

Recorded the Second day of April 1812 examined by I. Abrahams C.S.C.G.C.

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Know all Men by these Presents That I Martin Palmer of the County of Glynn State of Georgia, for and in consideration of the sum of Four hundred Dollars to me in hand paid at and before the sealing and delivery of these presents by Amasa Doud, the Receipt whereof I do hereby acknowledge have bargained and sold and by these presents do bargain, sell and deliver unto the said Amasa Doud two Negroes, one of them is called Bob is a Negro man about Twenty Eight years of Age, the other a woman about Thirty years called Venus.  To have and to hold the said two Negroes, Bob and Venus unto the said Amasa Doud her[?] heirs, executors, administrators and assigns, to his said only proper use and behoof forever and I the said Martin Palmer, my heirs, Executors, and administrators, the said bargained Premises unto the said Amasa Doud his Executors, administrators and assigns, from and against all persons, shall and will warrant and forever defend by these presents.
          In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal dated at Brunswick the seventh day of May in the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight hundred and Eleven, and in the thirty fifth year of the Independence of the United States of America.

Sealed and delivered     }                                             Martin Palmer  {seal}
in the presence of          }

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Jno. Morgan
Jacob Moore
Robt. Payne
 

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Seventh day of May One Thousand Eight hundred and Eleven.  The within Bill of Sale of two Negroes, Bob and Venus from Martin Palmer to Amasa Doud is for money which the said Amasa Doud has this day paid to the Sheriff Mr. Jacob Moore to take up an Execution on this and other property of the said Martin Palmer in favor of Magney[?] Levinson and others to the amount of Three hundred and forty six dollars and two cents.  It is meant thus, if the said Martin Palmer do pay to the said Amasa Doud, the sum of Four hundred Dollars on or before the first day of January next, this Bill of sale to be of no effect, if the money is not paid on or before that date the within Bill of sale to stand good and be the property of Amasa Doud his Heirs &c.

sealed and delivered in the                                Martin Palmer   {seal}
presence of
Jno. Morgan        }   
Jacob Moore
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Robt. Payne
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Personally appeared before me Isaac Abrahams Clerk, Superior Court Glynn County, John Morgan, who being duly sworn deposeth and saith that he was present and saw Martin Palmer sign the foregoing Bill of sale and condition after expressed, seal and deliver the same to Amasa Doud, as his act and Deed, and that he also saw Jacob Moore and Robert Payne sign their names with this deponent as witness to the same.

Sworn to before me this                                              Jno. Morgan
8th day of April 1812
I. Abrahams  C.S.C.G.C.

Recorded this ninth day of April 1812 and examined by  I. Abrahams C.S.C.G.C.

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I promise to give George Street good and Sufficient (Trustworthy[?]) Titles to certain negroes now in the possession of John G. Snead of St. Simons Island say five or six in Number with a Transfer of all my claim to Civil Property with the original Deed of gift to me from my Father for the consideration of Five hundred Dollars to me in hand paid before the signing and delivery of these Presents, the Receipt whereof I do hereby acknowledge. 
          Witness my hand at Darien this thirteenth day of April 1807.

Test                                                                                      Hamden McIntosh  {L.S.}
Abraham F. Powel                               }
appears personally before me                 }
Abraham F. Powel & acknowledges     }
the above signature to be his.                  }
Darien 27th March 1809.                       }
E.B. Hopkins J.P.                                 }

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Recorded this 19th day of June 1809 John Baillie C.C.M.C. Extract from the Recording Book C folios 237 & 238.  J. Baillie Clk.

Recorded this 25th day of Octo. and examined by

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I George Street do hereby endorse & relinquish all my right title, interest, and claim to the within conveyed Negroes, namely Bellue, Celia, Tim, Jack, and Charlotte to Mr. James Powell of Glynn County for the sum of Eight hundred Dollars.  To be paid in Three yearly installments.  Witness my hand at Darien this 25th Oct. 1814.  Geo. Street.

Recorded this 25th day of Octo. 1815 and Examined by I. Abrahams C.S.C.G.C.

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Georgia                   }
McIntosh County    } Know all men by these presents that I George Street have granted bargained and sold, and by these presents do grant, bargain

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and sell unto Mr. James Powell of Glynn County all my fee simple right, in and to five Negroes namely Jack, Bellue, Tom, Celia, and Charlotte, Given by General Lachlan McIntosh by deed of Gift to Mr. Hampten McIntosh and conveyed to me by said McIntosh on the thirteenth of April 1807, which said Negroes I do warrant and defend to Fee Simple Right, unto the said James Powell his heirs and assigns forever for and in consideration of the sum of Eight hundred Dollars to me secured by notes.
          IN witness whereof I the said George Street have hereunto set my hand and seal at Darien this 25th day of October 1814.

A.B. Powell        }                                                George Street  {seal}
Jno. Hunter J.P. }

Recorded this 25th day of October 1815 and examined by I. Abrahams C.S.C.G.C.

[Read slave inventory of estate for Martha Powell and news article from the Darien Timber Gazette regarding Celia and her husband Jack.  Note by Amy Lyn Hedrick]

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Georgia             }
Glynn County    }  This Indenture made the fourth day of September in the year of our Lord Eighteen hundred & fifteen Between John Kemp of the first part and Mathew Carter of the second part witnesseth that the said party of the first part for and in the consideration of the sum of One hundred Dollars to him in hand paid by the said party of the second part, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged and confessed[?].  Hat remised, released & confirmed and by these presents Doth release, remise, and confirm unto the said party of the second part (in his actual possession now being) and to his heirs and assigns forever, all that Tract of Parcel of Land Situate Lying and being in the County of Glynn and State aforesaid containing two hundred acres on the Buffalo granted the Thirty first day of December Eighteen hundred and Eleven, to the Heirs of Moses McKey.  Together with all and singular the Hereditamens[?] and appurtenances thereunto belonging belonging [sic] or in anywise appertaining and the reversion and reversions remainder and remainders, rents issues and Profits Thereof and of every part and Parcel thereof [illegible]

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