"Pursuant to a Warrant for, [?] Mitchell Esquire Surveyor General Sha [?] Ad measured and laid out unto William Peter Reahimer a tract of land containing 136 acres situated in Charleston District, bounding SW on land belonging to Thomas Broughton Esquire South on land belonging to William Singleton [?] on Mr. John Ansil and has such shape and mark as the above plat represents Surveyed 9th day of April 1785." Includes two water sources dividing the property. Names associated with this plat are William Peter Redhimer, Thomas Broughton, William Singleton, John William Ansil, and John Richardson.
Persuant to [?] from Ephraim Mitchell Esquire Surveyor General that admeasured and laid out un to William Peter Redhimer a tract of land containing 97 acres of land situated in Charleston District bounding NW [?] as represented in the plat and hath such shape and marks as the above plat Surveyed this 9th day of April 1785. Names associated with this plat are William Peter Redhimer, John Richardson, Colonel Isaac Motte, Thomas Singleton, Reating Simoner, Ephraim Mitchell and Keating Simone.
BACK: John Griggs 1220 acres Charleston 1 June 1786 [?] Peter Freneau. FRONT: “Pursuant to a warrant from Ephraim Mitchell Esquire Surveyor General and laid out unto John Griggs a Tract of land containing one thousand two hundred and twenty acres (1220) situated in St. Bartholomew's Parish Charleston District and has such shape form and marks as the above plat represents. Likewise butting and bounding as the said plat specifies." Names associated with this plat are John Griggs, Ephraim Mitchell, Daniel Doyley, Edmund Belling, Gochran, Gabriel Stock, Gochnan [?], and Peter Freneau [?]. Notable geographic locations include the Ch[?]aw River, Charleston District and St. Bartholomew's Parish.
“Pursuant to a War- Mitchell Esquire Surveyor General [having been] admeasured and laid out unto John Griggs a tract of land containing one hundred and ninety (190) acres situated in Charleston District on the South side of Ashepoo River Bounded South-Westwardly on Lands of [?] Ladson, and part on Mr. Smiths lands on all other sides upon the said Ashepoo River and hath such form and marks as the above plat represents. Certified...this 26 day of June 1786 William Tate D. S." Names associated with this plat are John Griggs, William Tate, Ladson, Smith, Peter Freneau, and Ephraim Mitchell.
Plat contains 360 acres. Plat includes sketch of house. Names associated with this plat include John Glen, Ephraim Mitchell, Crip, Daniel Cannon, and John Richards. Notable geographic locations include St. James Parish, Goose Creek and Charleston District.
77 acres of marsh in two pieces situated on Johns Island along Stono River. Names associated with this plat are J.N. Mainville, Thomas Simmons, James Nicholas, Guervin, William Simmons and Marshall. Notable geographic locations are the Stono River, Johns Island, Charleston District, and Marshalls Creek.
Plan of a tract of land on the NE side of Edisto River called Riverside Plantation and contains 1100 acres belonging to estate of Thomas Ferguson lately sold to Martin. Names associated with this plat included Benjamin Berry, Bull, Martin, John Eberley, Edward Perry, and Thomas Ferguson. Notable geographic locations include St. Paul's Parish, the Edisto River, Parkers Ferry, Public Road to Charleston, Riverside Plantation, and Charleston District.
Plat contains 310 acres layer out for John Gamble granted November 6, 1706. Plat contains location of house. Names associated with this plat are John Gamble, Gideon Fishero, Amos Donoly, John Deas, Francis Cobia, Purull, and F. Bremar.
Copy of a plan of a plantation or tract of land lately sold to Isaac Holmes by James Legare lying on Johns Island, Charleston District from a plan annexed to Arleas from Thomas Legare and annexed to Isaac Holmes 1784. 380 acres. Names associated with this plat are Thomas Legare, James Legare, and Isaac Holmes. Notable geographic locations include Charleston District and Johns Island.