Newton Bramblett To Heirs of L Bramlett Deed of Gift 132 Acres

Laurens County, SC
Deed Bk O
Written 13 November 1841
Recorded 13 November 1841

Know all men by these presents that I Newton Bramblet Senior for an[d] in consideration of the love and good will I bear to the Heirs of Larkin Bramblett Deceased that is to say Larkin Bramblet, Sarah Bramblett, William H. Bramblett, John C. Bramblett, James H. Bramblett, I this day do give and Bequeath unto the above named Children all that plantation or Tract of Land containing One hundred and Thirty-two Acres be the same more or less whereon I Newton Bramblett now lives. Beginning on a White Oak thence S 20 E 34 ch. 50 Li. to a White Oak 3 & one bounded by a tract of land whereon Spilsby E. Brown now Lives thence S. 75. W. 34 ch to a spanish Oak 3 X nm Bounded by Melmouth Bramblet thence N 35 W 27 ch 50 Li to White Oak 3 X nm Bounded by John Farrow thence down the creek with the courses of the water 51 ch and 50 Links to the White Oak to the beginning to contain one hundred & 32 Acres be it more or less this deed to take full power at the decease of my self and my wife Mary in tesimony of the above gift I asign my name to the same this November the 13th day one thousand Eight hundred & forty one.

Signed Sealed and delivered in the presence of us. Newton his X mark Bramblett (seal)
William Gilbert
J M Childress
J L Childress

South Carolina}
Laurens District}

Personally came J. L. Childress before me this day and being sworn deposeth that he was present and saw Newton Bramblett execute the within instrument for the uses and purposes specified and that he did see William Gilbert and J. M. Childress subsribe their names as witnesses with himself the same Sworn and subsribed the 15 November 1841 before me M. P. Evins, MLD J L Childress

A true Record of the Original Deed this 13th Nov. 1841 John Garlington RMC Delivd. to Wm. Holbert January 5th 1842 J W Simpson.

Return to Documents Menu