Copy of plat granted to John Atchison. "The plat annexed to the grant dated March 2, 1736." Names associated with this plat are John Atchison, James St. John, Thomas Broughton, J. Branch and Middleton. Notable geographic locations include Santee, Four Mile Creek, Santee River, and Cravens County [now in parts of Berkeley, Charleston, Georgetown, and Williamsburg counties].
1000 acres of land laid out for Peter Sinclair in St. James Parish, Santee. Names associated with this plat are Peter Sinclair, Susannah Lowndes, Peter Morison, Dupree, Richard Wither and Lewis Morison.
Plan of land in St. James Santee for Abraham Micheau. Names associated with this plat are Ann Colburn, Gardner, Anthony Germain, Buneli, B. Skipper, Isaac Skipper, Abraham Micheau, and William H. Simons.
319 acre plot of land situated on Ocean Bay in St. James Parish, part of the "Hodge Grant," shows some land details like creeks and cypress ponds. Names associated with this plat are T. Hataway, Hodge, W.B. Guerard, Benjamin Fort, B.P. Colburn, Hiram Hodge , R.J. Morrison and W.H. Mellard. Notable geographic locations include Ocean Bay, St. James Parish and Santee.
Letter from Francis Barber to William Alexander [Lord Stirling] regarding his reluctance to be kept from the fray by an injury and to express upon Lord Stirling the necessity of additional troops to safeguard the stores near Elizabethtown.
Receipt book belonging to Mary Motte Alston Pringle containing recipes, methods and remedies for food, housekeeping, and medicine from family, friends, articles and world travelers. Pringle often notes on effectiveness and provides personal anecdotes. Pages numbered 74 through 97 in Pringle's book are blank and therefore omitted. The table of contents can be found at the end of the book.