200 acres laid out to Joan Gryce, on the northwest side of Keywaw [Kiawah] Creek in Colleton County, on the left side it is bordered by the Marshes of Bohicket Creek. Names associated with this plat are Joan Gryce and James Witter. Notable geographic locations include Johns Island, Keywaw [Kiawah] Creek, and Bohicket Creek.
Plat of 500 acres belonging to George Mitchell in Colleton County near the Edisto River. Includes the outline of the property and the location of trees on the property line. Names associated with this plat are George Mitchell, Job Howe, and James Moore. Notable geographic locations include the Edisto River, Colleton County and St. Bartholomew's Parish.
Plat and abstracts of deeds belonging to James Laurence. Names associated with this plat include James Laurence, John Heyward, John Cole, Hogg, Loalan, Samuel Forsythe, William Forsythe, J. Schreiber, Henry Laurence, Harrison, Alexander Wright, Horry [?], and John Delayay.
Plat of 500 acres in Craven County on the Pee Dee River annexed to the original 40,000 acres orginally granted to Landgrave Robert Daniel. Names associated with this plat are Robert Daniel, Robert Gibbs, the Lords Proprietors, Thomas Broughton and Waring. Notable geographic locations include the Pee Dee River, Craven County [now in parts of Berkeley, Charleston, Georgetown, and Williamsburg counties], Sawhee, Beedee, and Georgetown District.
430 acres laid out for Thomas Stock in Berkeley County on the north side of Stono River. Names associated with this plat are William Elliott, Elizabeth Sullivan, Allen Wells, Thomas Stock and Thomas Broughton.
Plat of 1199 acres of land in St. John’s Parish; little geographical information. Names associated with this plat are Robert Daniel, Brichell, Treadwell, William Maime [?], James Rown, John Frierson, and Peter Sanders.
Sipros Openen Plantation, 342 acre plantation in Colleton county near Stono River, an island plantation, shows property lines and no land detail, also shows surrounding area outside of the plantation. Names associated with this plat are William Willersby, Alens [?], Thomas Lattson, Robert Murens, Ambers Helle, Charles Craven, Hells and Thomas Broughton. Notable geographic locations include Colleton County, Stono River, Sipros Opener, and Johns Island.
500 Acre plantation, on the northeast side of the south Edisto River, neighbors the 416/2-13 plat, the 416/2-13 is added in pencil over the writing at the bottom of the plat, no land type or detail. Names associated with this plat are John Gerardeau, Charles Craven, William Livingston, Thomas Broughton, and Charles Parker. Notable geographic locations include South Edisto River and Colleton County.
150 acre plot budding and bounding on the east side of the Edisto River, shows south Edisto River and surrounding plot owners, no land detail. Names associated with this plat are John Gerardeau, William Livingston, Charles Gruren, and Thomas Broughton. Notable geographic locations include South Edisto River and Colleton County.
Copy of plat of 342 acres on Johns Island. Very little detail, just an outline of the property with trees on the edges. Names associated with this plat are Thomas Ladson, Hanscome, Allen, William Wallisby, Robert Murens, and Brocher. Geographic locations are the Stono River, Colleton County and Johns Island.
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