John Henley GILREATH's ggrandfather William GILREATH fl briefly on King's Creek in Newberry Co SC--a tract he purchased from William WADLINGTON.(I don't think he lived on that tract; but, I have not been able to find where he was living.)William GILREATH, Planter of Newberry Co, d Nov 1794 to Mar 1795.Charles CRENSHAW was one of the witnesses to the will.William GILREATH left a widow Mary; but, I've found nothing more on her after he died.
4 Nov 1843 SC, Greenville District:The above plat of land laid out for Joseph ALEWINE, being part of a tract of land conveyed by R. LOVELAND to Eli ALEWINE, it contains fifty-one and a half acres, situate in said district on the waters of CHILDER's Beaver-dam Creek of South Tiger river.4 Nov 1843Jesse STEWART.(Note:a sketched plat shows BROCKMAN's land, STYLE's land, Eli ALEWINE's land, and a two-story house)
4 Nov 1843, SC Greenville District:The above plat represents a tract of land conveyed by R. LOVELAND to Eli ALEWINE except fifty-one and a half acres conveyed by him to Joseph ALEWINE, containing, two hundred and seventeen and a half acres, copied from Mr. Jno WATSON's plat 4th Nov 1843.J. STEWART.(Note:sketched plat shows bnd'd by Elijah DILL's land, Joseph ALEWINE's land, BROCKMAN's land, mentions WADSWORTH's survey, stake nr Mrs. ROBINSON's, Blake CALTORIS or COTTON's land, shows CHILDER's Beaverdam (creek), a 217 1/2-acre tract w/a two-story dwelling.)
1905 deed:Jos E ALEWINE to A D GILREATH 18 3/4 acres O'Neal TwpGreenville Co SCRec'ds 1905[Deed Bk RRR, p182]
(Note:E.G. GILREATH land bnd'd that of ALEWINE nr Tigerville--possibly near Tiger Bapt Chh...wgw 3/02)