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Hope Coslett Pees Seguin, Texas firstname.lastname@example.org ______________________ State of South Carolina
Know all men by these presents that I, John Street of Fairfield District, the state aforesaid in consideration of the sum of fifteen hundred and twenty five dollars paid by George and John Pea of the District and state aforesaid have granted, bargained, sold and released and by these presents do grant, bargain, file and release unto the said George and John Pea two certain pieces of land containing three hundred and thirty six acres, one of which tracts or parcel of land contains one hundred and fifty acres, was granted to James Hurt on the first day of August 1785, by him conveyed to Pettipool on the ninth day of October 1780, as lays on the south the piece of parcel of land is all that of one hundred and fifty acres, tract originally granted to Thomas McKays on the 7th day of October 1762 as lays on the south east side of Duckmans Creek, the creek being the line between William Pool's land, this now conveyed which said land was conveyed by Thomas Pool to John Street on the 14th day of March, 1807, the former marks and boundaries will more fully appear by reference to plat certifyed under the hand of Francis Long on the 30th day of May 1800.
Together with all and singular the rights, members, hereditaments and appurtenances to the said premises belonging or in any wise apertainingto have and to hold all and singular the premises before mentioned unto the said George and John Pea, their heirs and assigns forever.And I do hereby bind myself, my heirs, executors and administrators to warrant and forever defend all and singular the said premises unto the said George and John Pea, his heirs and assigns against myself, my heirs and against every other person or persons whomsoever, lawfully claiming or to claim the same or any part thereof.It is understood that the quarter of an acre whereon my father is buried is excepted, say Ephraim Pettipool, the father of Thomas Pettipool being for a burying ground. Witness my hand and seal this 28 day of April 1800, and in the thirty second year of the Independence of the United States of America. Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of
Austin F. Peay Thomas Pool
John Street (Seal)
Austin F. Peay appeared before me and made oath that he saw John Street sign, seal, and deliver the within instrument of writing to George and John Pea for the purposes therein mentioned and that he the deponent together with Thomas Pool subscribed their names as witnesses to the same. Sworn to before me this 3rd Feb. 1810 G. Briggs J.C. recorded 5th July 1810.
Reference Note: Fairfield County Deeds Volume T C 300 pages 39-40