1.BRYANT T.2 SPRADLEY(ANDREW1) was born 1737 in Camden District, Kershaw Co., SC1, and died 8 Oct 1817 in Camden, SC2.He married JANE (?) Unknown in SC.
Notes for BRYANT T. SPRADLEY:
Kershaw County Records - WPA Transcripts
1791 - 1799
5 Aug 1799 BRYANT SPRADLEY for $100 from GEORGE WHITE 200 A part of 500
A granted to BRYANT SPRADLEY 7 May 1798 Kershaw County Howard's Branch
waters of Black River
He received an Indent for Revolutionary Service of selling beeves to the Army.Samuel Mathis cashed the Indent of four Guineas at Camden 3rd day of August 1783.Edward Blake and Peter Basquet, Commissioners of the Treasury, Charleston, SC, checked this Indent.
B. Elmer Spradley entered the Sons of the American Revolution on the service of Bryant Spradley.
On Nov. 6, 1786 Bryant Spradley received a grant of 640 acres on Swift Creek as recorded in Grant Book 2222, page 6.Portions of this land were leased in 1792 to Francis Martin, widow.This land bounded by Bryant Spradley, John Chesnut, George Payne and Lamb Boykin (estate).
In the same Grant Book there was a grant of 500 acres to Bryan Spradley and John Marshall on Dec. 16, 1786.Have not identified any relationship to John Marshall.
The first US census for South Carolina in 1790 did not list Bryant Spradley as a head of household.Either he was missed or he was with a son or brother.
Andrew SpradleyPage 22 Camden District, S.C. Fairfield County
Andrew1 Male +16 Head of Householdb. bef. 1774
2 Males -16b. between 1774 and 1790
2 Females(assume wife and daughter)
Charles SpradlingPage 32Charleston District, S.C. Dorchester Co., St. Georges Parish
Charles1 Male +16 Head of Householdb. bef. 1774
1 Male +16unidentified. Could be Bryant
2 Males -16
"petter" SpradleyPage 35Charleston District, S.C. St. Bartholomews Parish
Peter1 Male +16 Head of Household b. bf. 1774
1 Male -16unidentifiedb. between 1774 and 1790
Also Bryant Spradley , SR. was not separately listed in the 1800 census and either was missed or was with one of the following listed Spradleys:
PageLineHead of Household
4279Spradley, James SR 2-2-0-1-0/2-0-0-1-0
Andrew Spradley, the younger was near the William Nettles family and relatively near the William Payne family.Andrew Spradley, Sr was near the Samuel Payne family.James Spradley, SR was near the John and George Payne families as well as Samuel and Solomon Bradley families.The Martin families were next to the Paynes.
There exists the possibility that Bryant Spradley, SR. was with Andrew on page 396 since he is the only Spradley over age 45.If so that would make the Andrew on page 492 the elder.
Article in the Camden Gazette in Camden SC stated the following.
ISSUE of OCTOBER 13, 1817
Departed this life on Wednesday last, Mr. Bryant Spradley Senr in the eightieth year of his age. Mr. Spradley was born and always lived in this Town or its neighborhood, and during his life never took a dose of medicine or lost a drop of blood by the lancet. He never was confined a day by sickness until he was attacked by the disease that terminated his existence. Until a week before his death, he possessed the vigor, health and strength that characterized his
youth; and was able to undergo labour and exposure that most young men would sink under.
October 24, 1817, South Carolina Historical Magazine Vol.32 (1931) Page 70.Reported in City Gazette and Daily Advertiser on Oct. 24, 1817 Kershaw County, South Carolina, Camden from South Carolina Historical Magazine Vol. 44 Page 85, from the "City Gazette of Charleston, South Carolina " of October 24, 1817.Departed this life on the 8th inst. at Camden, S.C., Mr. Bryant Spradley, Senr. in the 80th year of his life.Mr. Spradley was born and always lived in Camden or its neighborhood, and during his life never took a dose of medicine, nor lost a drop of blood by the lancet.He never was confined a day by sickness until he was attacked by the disease that terminated his existence.Until a week before his death, he possessed the vigor, health and strength that characterized his youth and was able to undergo labor and exposure that most men would sink under.
Kershaw Co., SC records:
More About BRYANT T. SPRADLEY:
Fact 1: One source records that he was born in Goochland Co., VA
Military service: American Revolutionary War
More About BRYANT SPRADLEY and JANE (?):
Marriage: Unknown, SC
Children of BRYANT SPRADLEY and JANE (?) are:
2. i. JAMES3 SPRADLEY, SR., b. 1767, Camden District, Kershaw Co., SC; d. 18 Aug 1808, Camden, SC.
ii. ANDREW SPRADLEY, b. Unknown, ?; d. Abt. 1790, ?.
Notes for ANDREW SPRADLEY:
Jim Buckley here.Regarding Ravana Hawkins Spradley.You didn't
mention a time frame.However, I have extensive records on the Spradleys
courtesy of B. Elmner Spradley, Ron Bridges and of course my own research.
There is no Ravana in those records.
My suggestion:Bryant Spradley had a son named Bryant (JR.) and a
brother or a son named Andrew.Both went to Tenneesee early on about the
1810's.This Andrew had a son also named Andrew Turner or Turver Spradley.
Their lines have not been extensively explored.I have some notes on them
which I'll check out later.
When Dillard Spradley died, among his papers was a note due from his
brother Bryant and on the back was written "I'm the best man in Tennessee".
Try to check them out and let me know what you find.
I am also researching the Payne line to try to find out the father of
Frances who married Bryant Spradley (II), my ancestor.There were about
three or four Paynes in Kershaw Co., with females in her age bracket, so it
will take me some time to sort them out
"James Buckley, Jr."
iii. DILLARD SPRADLEY, b. Abt. 1774, SC; d. 20 Jan 1803, ?; m. MARTHA REYNOLDS; b. Abt. 1774, SC; d. Aft. 1803, SC.
Notes for DILLARD SPRADLEY:
State of South Carolina
District of Kershaw
Whereas Bryant Spradley, the elder, hath applied to me for letters of Administration on all and singular, the goods and chattels, rights and credits of Dillard Spradley .... at our next Ordinary's Court to show cause, if any, why the Administration should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal this 26th day of January in the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Three and in the XXVII year of our Independence.I. Alexander, Ordinary
Will of Dillard Spradley
Bryant Spradley, Sen and John Martin sayeth that the last words that Dillard Spradley spoke concerning his affairs was as follows: That his wife was to have his riding horse, and the Cattle that was called hers, and a feather bed.James was to have his gun.The land and the use of his property was to be sold, and after all just debts were paid, the balance his wife was to have, as long as she remained single.
B. SpradleyJohn Martin
Before me, Bryant Spradley, the elder and John Martin appeared personally and made oath that they were present at the time of the death of Dillard Spradley, and that shortly before he expired, he being at that time, as these deponents verily believe, of sound and disposing mind, memory and understanding; and having called on these Deponents to bear witness, he pronounce the above, or words to the same effect, declaring the same to be the manner in which his Goods, Efects, should be disposed of.And that his Death happened on the Twentieth Day of January instant, in the year 1803.Sworn Janr'y 26th 1803.B. SpradleyJohn Martin
April 5, 1802 Kershaw District, SC.Dillard Spradley sold to Britton Belk 80 acres in Sumner District on the Beaver Dam branch being part of a tract of 1,000 acres granted to David Reynolds 2 January 1780 in Grant Book 2222, Page ___ . Signed by Dillard Spradley and Martha Spradley.Witnesses: William Belk, George Logan and Ichabod Nixon.Jacob Chambers, JP.
Feb. 2, 1803 Kershaw District SC.Appraisal of estate of Dillard Spradley by William Belk (signed), Jacob Shiver (his mark) and Abreham Shrive (his mark).
January 31, 1803 Kershaw District, SC. Bond for 1,000 dollars by Bryant Spradley, Jr., James Spradley and Wyatt Collins so Bryant could serve as administrator.Signed by Bryant Spradley and James Spradley, and Wyatt Collins made his mark.
Same date.Bryant Spradley, the younger, appointed administrator for Dillard Spradley who died intestate.
February 19, 1803 Kershaw District, SC (Deeds Nov. 1801 to 1803).Account of sales of effects of Dillard Spradley.Sales to Martha Spradley (wife) also James Spradley, William Malone, Bryant Spradley, Jr., Hugh Yound, Benjm Payne, Joseph Burges, Hon Grimes, Benjm Mc Coy, Edward Davis, John Spradley, Bryant Spradley, SR. Charles Spradley, Cornelius Malone, John Mash, John Marsh, Sr. , Soloman Bradley, Robert Coleman Noah Messer by Bryant Spradley, Administrator.Total value of sale was $447.35.
1803 Kershaw Co., Records: Administration of Dillard Spradley, deceased.
Account with Robert Mickles:
Dillard J. Spradley to Jonathan Belton
JLB Note.This was a running credit account in which Dillard was charged for a large number of transactions including items for his brother, Bryant Spradley.Among the charges were materials for clothing to be sewn by Ann Canthy and H. Cunningham.A quart of rum was delivered to George Payne and a hat and knife to Payne's Negro.Sundries were delivered to John Spradley.The transactions occurred from Oct. 5, 1801 through Nov. 1802 and totalled with interest #36.6.11.
The 1810 Census for Kershaw Co., SCPage 427 line 47, showed him with one male 10 to 16 years old, and two 15 to 26 years with one female 16 to 26, and another female age 26 to 45.
JLB Note:It is likely that his brother Bryant was the other male in the 15 to 26 age bracket since he is not listed separately.His wife Martha was probably one of the females and the older one could be his mother in law or the wife of Bryant.Martha (Marty) Spradley is on the 1820 census in Kershaw.
Dillard purchased 790 acres the 29th of June 1791 near Camden at bottom of fork of Beaver Dam Branch and waters of Black River.Deed Vol. D p.194 record 171-176.
Is this a son of Dillard?
1830 Census Perry County, Alabama
Spradley, Yaraloll marriedMalone, Polly 25 Jan 1817 Madison Co., Mississippi Territory. In 1819 Madison Co., Mississippi Territory became Madison Co., AL.
CENSUS YR:1850STATE or TERRITORY:GACOUNTY:TwiggsDIVISION:84th DivisionREEL NO:M432-84PAGE NO:194b REFERENCE:Enumerated 4th day of Nov., 1850 by William Fitzpatrick.
LNHNFNLAST NAMEFIRST NAMEAGE SEXOCCUP.VAL.BIRTHPLACE
37601601 SpradleyD.32MFarmer600South Carolina
A Dillard might have joined the CSA on 20 May 1861 at an age of 46.Occupation - Tobacconist.Rank Corpl.Where he did this is not known.
Spradley, Dillard Spouse : Golden, Mary
Marriage date : 14 Jan 1849
Spradley, Dollie A Spouse : Newell, Ronaldson
Marriage date : 27 Apr 1854
Spradley, Eliza Ann Spouse : Richardson, William F
Marriage date : 25 Jul 1850
Spradley, James S Spouse : Blow, Sylvania
Marriage date : 24 Jul 1873
Spradley, John A Spouse : Bryant, Catherine M
Marriage date : 5 Apr 1860
Spradley, Mary J Spouse : Calhoun, Levi A
Marriage date : 11 Mar 1851
Spradley, Winny Spouse : Rhodes, John
Marriage date : 7 Apr 1852
Spradley, Z T Spouse : Blow, Susan A
Marriage date : 13 Apr 1873
Dilliard through Z. T. marriages: Dooley Co., GA
Generation No. 2
2.JAMES3 SPRADLEY, SR. (BRYANT T.2, ANDREW1) was born 1767 in Camden District, Kershaw Co., SC, and died 18 Aug 1808 in Camden, SC.He married MARY MANNING 1791 in SC.She was born 1770 in West Camden, SC, and died 1850 in Montgomery Co., AL.
Notes for JAMES SPRADLEY, SR.:
Killed in a Hunting accident. James had at least two children.Accident happened when several men went hunting and during the course of hunting trip, dogs got into a fight and a young man of 14 years swung shotgun at dogs and the gun went off and hit James. This was reported in a local newspaper. One source by Ray Spradley says the article was in the Charleston Gazette.
August 13, 1808.James Spradley, deceased Ten miles from Camden.Left wife and six small children. Reported in City Gazette & Daily Adventure per SC Historical Magazine Vol. 32 Page 70. 1931.
Aug. 8, 1808 Kershaw County, South Carolina, Camden. Apt. 65, Pack 2291 Mary
Spradley applied for letters of administration for James Spradley, deceased in the town of Camden.Securities: John Marsh and Samuel Nettles.Inventory by Samuel Nettles totalled $919.25 including one slave @ $400.
James Spradley died August 8, 1808 in Camden area, Kershaw Co., SC.His death was written up in the Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Vol. 32, p 70," A horrid accident on the 13th inst, a party of huntsmen went about ten miles from Camden, for the purpose of driving for deer and wolves; they started a deer which was killed, over which the dogs began fighting.One of the company, a lad about fourteen years of age, in attempting to part the dogs struck one of them with the butt of his gun, which went off.Mr. James Spradley, who being immediately behind the young man, received the load of buckshot in his head just over his right eye.Mr. Spradley fell lifeless to the ground.With but a struggle he expired.He left a widow with six small children."
James and wife Mary Spradley were expeting their 7th child within a few months.The little girl born was named Anna Lou.
James evidently had a lot of land, plus real property for court records show him being involved in transaction of Revolutionary Land Plats and several sales of property from his estate were filed.Evidently he didn't learn any thing from his brother, Dillard about not making a will, for James too died intestate and his wife, Mary was named Administratrix of the the Estate.
Subsequently Mary married Samuel Bradley on October 9, 1813 and was released as Administratrixof the Estate.They later moved to Alabama and were in the 1850 census living in Montgomery County.
Buyers at the sale of the estate of James Spradley were Mary Spradley, his widow, Caleb Berry, Gilden Seymon, John Spradley, Joseph Payne, James Shivers, Samuel Nettles, and Francis Robinson.
Bondsmen asked for release of Bond on James Spradley Estate, claiming it was being mishandled after her marriage to Samuel Bradley on 9 October 1813.Mary Bradley (Previous Mary Spradley) was removed from the Administration of the estate of James Spradley her deceased husband.Camden, Kershaw Co., SC Apartment 65, paackage 2291, 1808.
Based on the 1800 census James Spradley, Sr. was estimated to be born about 1767 and Mary's age was given in the Montgomery Co., AL census of 1850 as 80 years old, born 1770.
James Spradley was involved in several land transactions over time.From the S.C. Archives Revolutionaryland plats in Columbia.50 acre Survey made to William Nettles 20 Dec. 1785.It was certified to James Spradley in whose name the grant was issued.Camden District on Swift Creek, Record #171, 179.His second issue file Vol. 171, p179 dated 6 Nov. 1786 for 640 acres, Camden District, Swift Creek West.(Grant Book 2, 2, 2, 2, page 6.).Land Grants 1790-1800 SC Legislative Acts of S.C. passed 19 Feb. 1791:James Spradley, 50 acres, Camden, Swift Creek, 3 September 1798.Vol. 44, p. 210.
Account of the sales of the personal estate of James Spradley sold October 21, 1808: totaled $1,057 with buyers: Mary Spradley, Francis Robinson, Gideon Seymore, Jacob Shriver, L. Payne, Caleb Berry, Samuel Nettles, and Joseph Payne.
Notes for MARY MANNING:
Mary Spradley seems to have married for the second time at Camden (Kershaw Co.) SC on 9 Oct 1813 to Samuel Bradley.
Purchasers: Mary Spradley, John Spradley, George Gay, Francis Robinson, Gideon Seymor, Jacob Shiver, Caleb Berry, Samuel Nettles, Joseph Payne.Later, by Sept 29, 1813, she married Solomon Bradley.
"During 1830's, Samuel and Mary Bradley, her sons Bryant and Warren C. Spradley, her daughter Anna Lou (Mrs. John C. Martin), and Allen Bradley (probable son of Samuel and Mary Bradley) migrated from South Carolina into the Montgomery, Lowndes, and Butler County areas of central Alabama along with members of the Sumerlin family, who had been close neighbors back in South Carolina.In the 1840 Montgomery Co., AL census, Bryan and Warren Spradley appearnear Simon Russell, Evan and Smith 'Sumberlin,' Samuel, Durham, and Allen Bradley, and John Malone, Sr. and Jr. (surely relatives of Warren's wife Elsie Malone)."(1)
(1) Montgomery Genealogy Society Quarterly, Summer 1994, page 81.
Mary married Samuel Bradley Oct. 9, 1813 in Camden, SC. They had Allen Bradley (& others?)
More About MARY MANNING:
Fact 1: Called Mollie.
More About JAMES SPRADLEY and MARY MANNING:
Marriage: 1791, SC
Children of JAMES SPRADLEY and MARY MANNING are:
i. NARCISSUS4 SPRADLEY, b. Abt. 1792, Kershaw Co., SC; d. Unknown, ?; m. ALLEN JONES, Abt. 1811, SC; b. Unknown, ?; d. Unknown, ?.
More About ALLEN JONES and NARCISSUS SPRADLEY:
Marriage: Abt. 1811, SC
ii. BRYANT SPRADLEY, b. 1794, Camden District, Kershaw Co., SC3; d. 3 May 1870, Collirene, Lowndes Co., AL; m. FRANCES PAYNE, 1815, Kershaw Co., SC; b. Abt. 1794, SC; d. 23 Jun 1863, Collirene, Lowndes Co., AL.
Notes for BRYANT SPRADLEY:
He served in the war of 1812 as a private in Capt Chapman Levy's Company, 2nd Regiment (McWillie's) from Oct 6 1814 until Mar 05 1815 (acc. to B. Elmer Spradley).He resided in Kershaw District, S.C.1820-1830-------Montgomery AL. 1850----Lowndes Co. AL. 1870.
Bryant Spradley was missed in the 1850 Census but he was on the Montgomery County tax record page 13. He gave 1 male and 3 females under age 16, 1 male and 1 female over 21, and one male over 45. Total of six people.
On 1 Nov 1858 Bryan Spradley signed for the purchase of 80.075 acres in Montgomery Co., AL.The legal land descriptions:Nr. 1;Allquot Parts: NENE; Sec/Blk: 28; Township: 12-N; Range: 18-E; Fract. Sect.: N; Meridian: St Stephens Meridian; Acres: 80.075; and County: Montgomery. The land office was in Greenville.He also on 1 Nov 1858 signed for a Legal Land Description that listed the Acres as zero. It is described as follows:Nr. 1;Allquot Parts: SENW; Sec/Blk: 27; Township: 12-N; Range: 18-E; Fract. Sect.: N; Meridian: St Stephens Meridian; Acres: 0; and County: Mongtgomery. The land office was in Greenville.
1860 Census Butler Co., Ala., Sal Soda District
#963Bryant SpradleyM66b. SC
S.Durn Spradley F10b. AL
Bryant died in the home of his son, Bryant Eugene.
"In the early settlement of the county, Collirene was first called 'Sand Hill', and later 'Hay Hill'.The latter name was, for some reason, distasteful to the residents.One night in 1840, Hon. William R. King, of Dallas, stopped overnight at the home of Mr. Green Rives, while on his way to or from the federal senate.Mr. Rives asked Mr. King to suggest a name for the place, and he did so.From the Latin words 'Collis', which means hill, and 'arena', means sand, he created the name 'Collirene' by the simple expedient of omitting the last letter of the first word, the first of the second, and changing the final 'a' of arena to 'e'." (1)
(1) Russell, Mildred Brewer, Lowndes Court House: A Chronicle of Hayneville, an Alabama Black Belt Village; 1820 - 1900, (Montgomery, AL: The Paragon Press, 1951), p. 4
"firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:ronald. don't have much on the spradley's. Bryant Spradley d: 3 May 1870 in COLLIRENE, Lowndes Co., AL probably at the home of his son bryant e. spradley. i believe that he [as well as several of my ancestors] are buried, without markers, at the cemetery of the bethany baptist church, collirene, lowndes co., AL a memorial marker for bryant spradley was erected at that cemetery a couple of years ago commemorating bryant's service in the war of 1812. basis for burial without marker. bryant's son, bryant e. spradley married 1st amelia ann todd and second her sister emmeline todd, daughters of willouby todd. many of my ancestors lived around collirene. those buriedat the bethany baptist church cemetery [aka todd cemetery] before the CW have gravestones. the burial of my ancestors that died in the area after the CW is unknown. we suspect they too are buried in the cemetery without markers. after the CW that area [at least my ancestral family] was destitute."
On 4 Jun 2000 my wife, Eunice and I visited the Bethany Baptist Church, located in Collirene, Lowndes Co., AL. A sign in front of the church states that it was established in 1831.In the back of the church is the cemetery, where we found Bryant Spradley's headstone. The Federal issued headstone, erected in recent years, was still white and clean. On the headstone was inscribed: Bryant Spradley PVT SC MILTIA WAR of 1812 1792 - 1870. The 1860 Federal Census of Butler Co., Ala., Sal Soda District, records him as 66 & born in SC. Further research will have to be done to verify his exact birth year. By Ron Bridges
More About BRYANT SPRADLEY:
Fact 1: Bryant is listed in 1820 and 1830 census records of kershaw District, SC
Military service: War of 1812 Pvt:Capt Chapman Levy's Co, 2nd Regiment (McWillie's) South Carolina Militia. From 6 October 1814 and ended 5 March 1815.
Notes for FRANCES PAYNE:
(prob.) George Payne, d. Kershaw Co., S.C. c. 1798 or his likely sons George (Jr., m. Ann --), John (m. Sarah --), Elijah or Elisha, all in the 1800 or 1810 censuses of Kershaw Co.
More About FRANCES PAYNE:
Fact 1: Nick name: Fannie
Fact 2: Her maiden name may have been spelled Paine.
More About BRYANT SPRADLEY and FRANCES PAYNE:
Marriage: 1815, Kershaw Co., SC
iii. JAMES SPRADLEY, JR., b. 1796, Kershaw Co., SC; d. Unknown, Kershaw Co., SC.
Notes for JAMES SPRADLEY, JR.:
The below may pertain to James Spradley.James Spradley married Nancy Hutchins on 1830 in Jefferson Co., GA. Found in card files of the State Archives of GA by Ron Bridges on 12 Jul 1999.10 Oct 1830, Jefferson Co., GA listed on a site.
Is the below James?
Panola, TX 1860 Federal Census
Pg# Ln# Last NameFirst NameAgeBirth Pl
LN HNFNLAST NAME FIRST NAMEAGE SEXRACEOCCUP. REAL VAL. PERS VAL.BIRTHPLACE
I noticed you put posted about Spradley!!
Yes Ihave 1860 census as the same as yours that you had posted on it
My Great Grandmother, Josephine Spradleyand just let you know what my
lineage was, My name is Janice Annie (Shahan) Bealand my dad was Garlon
Edward Shahan, His father was Jasper Monroe Shahan and He married to
Annie Jane McDaniel and Her Father's name was John (Dee) Andrew Mc Daniel
and He married to Josephine Spradley. He died and She wasanother
married to 2nd husband, F.F. Russell and Shemarried 3rd husband, last
name was Reeves. She died 3 Apr 1929 Carthage Panola Texas.
Another one Ranson Spradley married to Margaret (Maggie) Shahan 27 Dec
1877Panola co, Texas and he died 26 Mar 1888 Panola, co, Texas that is
all I have so far on this . Perhaps you knowmore information about this
and let me know as I need to get more information of the children!! Who
is your lineage??
I am wondering Is Georgia Spradley married to Angus Johnson?? or not . I
don't know about Patraick, Jesse, Jane, Harris, Georgia and Margaret.
I am still searching on James Spradley and his wife, Maranda and still
could not find it on them .But I do hope you will share with me on this a
but the childrens marriage and where they died at and maybe you have
their list of birth as I am not for sure. Thanksand let me know by e-
Have a nice Hunting
Janice Annie (Shahan) Beal
Robert E Beal
iv. MANNING SPRADLEY, b. Abt. 1800, SC; d. Abt. 1837, ?.
Notes for MANNING SPRADLEY:
This may be him:Manning Spradley, Capt. Jefferson Co., GA; State Militia from 11 Dec 1830 - 14 Mar 1832. Found in State Archives of GA in their card file on 12 Jul 1999 by Ron Bridges.
CENSUS YEAR: 1830STATE: GACOUNTY: JeffersonDISTRICT: LouisvilleREEL: M33-10ENUMERATOR: Jesse Robinson
2018SpradleyManning: listed one male between the ages of 5 to 10 years old;one male between the ages of 30 to 40 years old; one female between the ages of 0 to 5 years old; one female between the ages of 5 to 10 years old; one female between the ages of 20 to 30 years old.
1832 Jefferson County, Georgia.Manning Spradley was on list of those eligible to participate in the Georgia land lottery in 1832.Manning Spradley indicated as married with two numbers, #119/13.In Captain Fleming District, 78th.1832 Gold Lottery of Georgia by Lucas Marion County - Nancy Spradley, widow Jefferson County - Manning Spradley Wilkerson County - Silvia Spradley, widow.Note: Had to have lived in Georgia for 3 years prior to register for the draw. 1837 Jefferson County, Georgia. Return Book C for 1832 to 1845 Administration of estate of Manning Spradley Statement by Rogel L. Gamble, administrator of Manning Spradley, deceased, for the year 1837.Paid to Dr. Robert Lowry expenses of last illness.Spradley was identified as "overseer".Wages collected.Estate was due $490, but disposition was not given.Signed February 20, 1838.
v. WARREN CHARLES SPRADLEY, b. 11 Apr 1803, Kershaw Dist., SC4; d. 20 Jun 1884, Crenshaw Co., AL5; m. ALCEY MALONE, 1820, Kershaw Dist., SC; b. 15 May 1800, SC6; d. 8 Aug 1884, Crenshaw Co. AL7.
Notes for WARREN CHARLES SPRADLEY:
May 1824 Kershaw County, South Carolina, Book K, Pages 334,335 & 336. Indenture made by Warren Spradley in May 1824 with James Deas, John Boykin and Zachariah Cantry, executors of General Zachariah Cantry, deceased.Owed $80 to Cantry and signed over to the executors 80 acres situated on Long Branch Waters of Pine Tree Creek consisting of two tracks originally granted to General Zack Cantry, bounded by lands of Solomon Bradley, J.E. Vit, Z.Cantry and John Myes and Col.Joseph Kershaw.It is the intent of all parties that if Warren Spradley pays the $80 ....Witnessed by Thomas Welch and by Thomas Salmond.