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John Rollo Deed to Robert D. Potter
Marlborough District, SC 1801
Conveyance Book F, pages 271, 272
THIS INDENTURE Made this 14th day of February in the Year of Our Lord one thousand Eight Hundred and one Between John Rolls of Marlborough County in the State of S Carolina of the one Part, and Robert D. Potter of the County and State aforesaid of the other Part Witnesseth That the said John Rollo for and inconsideration of the sum of Ten pounds Sterling Money to him in hand paid by the said Robert [Robert was crossed out] Potter for and in Consideration of the above Sum I do bargain and Sell a parcel or tract of Land Situated in Marlborough County aforesaid and on the No. East Side of Great Peedee River, and the head of Husbands __ near bever dam [Beaverdam] Creek butting and bounding So East on Lands belonging to John Wilson and Thomas Benngfield [last name unsure of spelling] No East on vacant Lands No West on lands belonging to James Smith So West on lands belonging to James Falconer containing one hundred and Forty acres more or less being a tract of land Granted to James Smith aforesaid by a patent Bearing date the fifth day of June one Thousand Seven Hundred and Eighty six.
And I do bind myself my heirs and afsigns to forever defend the right and Title of said land, unto said Potter his heirs and afsigns
In Witness whereof I the said Rollo hath hereunto Set my hand and Seal the day and year first above Written.~
Signed Sealed & Delivered
In the Presants of
William Rolls ) John Rollo (signature)
Nice (her x mark) Rollo (Seal)
South Carolina )
Marlborough District)Before me John Wilson one of the Justices for the District aforesaid Personally appeared Wm Rollo of the Diatrict aforesaid, who being duly sworn on the Holy Evangelist Sayeth that he saw John Rollo & Nice his wife Sign Seal an as their act and deed Deliver the within Deed of Conveyance for the use of Robert D. Potter, & that he saw Solomon Roberts sign his name as a Subscribing Witness with himself
Sworn before me this 13th March 1801.
Jno. Wilson } Recorded March 1802
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