“South Carolina Deed Abstracts 1719-1772, Vol. III, 1755-1768, Books QQ-H-3”, abstracted by Clara A. Langley.,p. 243
1761:JOHN (his mark) FRASER, planter, & ELIZABETH (her mark) his wife, toGEORGE KEITH, tanner, both of Saxegotha Township; for 610£ currency, 200 acres, part of 300a in Saxegotha Township bouding NE on Santee River; SE on JOHN GALLESER & vacant land; NW on the remaining 100a; also town lot #74 in Saxegotha in Saxegotha.Whereas the 300a & lot #74 were granted 5 June 1742 by Lt. Gov. William Bull to JACOB REIMERSPERGER; the 300abouding NW on HANNAH MARIA STOLEA; & whereas upon REIMERSPERGER’s death the land was inherited by his 4 daughters & their respective husbands (JOHN FRASER, FREDERICK HOUX, ULRIC BUSSER & JACOB REISTER) & whereas by L & R dated 24 & 25 Aug 1754 the 4 husbands conveyed to JOHN FRASER (coheir) their several fourth parts of the 300a & the town lot; now he sells to KEITH.Witnesses:Johyn Hamelton, Henry (his mark) Gallman.Before Stephen Crell, J.P.Entered in Auditor’s Book E, p. 163 on 24Oct. 1761 by George Johnston for Richard Lambton, Dep. Aud.Recorded 12 Sep. 1764 by Fenwicke Bull, Register.Book C-3, p. 101.L & R.