For a number of years I have tried to identify my ggggrandfather Nathaniel Robertson (born in 1765, in S.C.) among the numerous "Nathaniel Robertsons" in the South Carolina records. Below are land records that have "my" names...Nathaniel and Frances, and Bonner. My Nathaniel had two children by his first wife Amanda Blakely, William and Frances/Francis. I do not know if the "Frances/Francis" is a son or daughter.
Son William married Elizabeth Bonner. Could she be the daughter of the William Bonner in the record below?
Does anyone recognize these names? I would be grateful for any information anyone has on these land records and/or these people.
Many thanks! Freda Roberson Noble
Land Records Spartanburg County
South Carolina Genealogy Trails
contributed by Sara Hemp
Nathaniel Robertson to Charles Morgin - Deed Book F, pages 47-48, 22 January 1798, 196 acres
Nathaniel Robertson and James Byars to Raydick Arnold - Deed Book F, pages 160-161, 26 October?1798, 143 1/2 acres - 1/2 of tract granted to Henry Robertson Senior Deceased and James Byars
Nathaniel Robertson and James Byars to William Byras - Deed Book G, pages 346-347, 9 November 1801, 143 1/2 acres - 1/2 of tract granted to Henry Robertson Senior Deceased and James Byars, dated 1 January 1787
John and Lucy Lefever wife to Nathaniel Robertson - Deed Book I, pages 248-249, 23 March 1804, 196 acres, part of a tract granted to Abram B___ by William Moultier on 1 May 1786
Deeds of Spartanburg County, South Carolina, Deed Book K, page 74
William Bonner to Frances Robertson
No 66, April 1805
The State of South Carolina
Know all men by these presents that I William Bonner of the District of Spartanburgh in the State aforesaid Planter in Consideration of the Sum of Five hundred Dollars to me paid by Frances Robertson of Charleston ________ in the State afoursaid have Granted bargained Sold and released and by these presents do Grant bargain Sell and release unto the Said Frances Robertson all that Plantation belonging to me on which I Presently reside Supposed to Contain four hundred Acres less or more Bounding to the West on Land Granted to Timophy Philips ninth December One thousand Seven Hundred and Seventy four now the property of Said Frances Robertson to the North on the boundary line of North Carolina to the East on land of George Walker and on the South by Land Granted to Robert Swan? Together with all and Singular the Rights _________ Heredataments and Appertinances to the Land premises belonging or in Any wise incident of Appertaining to have and to hold all and Singular the Premises before mentioned unto the Said Frances Robinson her heirs and Assigns forever And I do hereby bind my heirs Executors and Administrators to Warrant and forever defend all and Singular the Said Premises unto the Said Frances Robinson her heirs and Assigns against me and my heirs and Against every Person whomsoever lawfully Claiming or to Claim the Same or any part thereof.? Witness my hand and Seal this Twelfth day of March in the Year of our Lord one thousand Eight hundred and three and in the twenty Year of the Independance of the United States of America.
Samuel Chapman, E. Paine
Signed: Wm. Bonner (Seal)
Personally appeared William Walker before me the Subscribing Justice of the peace for Said District and duly made oath that the within Release from William Bonner to Frances Robertson and Signed by him is the hand writing of the Said William Bonner and also the Signature of E. Pain as a Witness thereto is to the best of his knowledge and belief the handwriting Ebenezer Pain ________? Sworn to and Subscribed this 30th March 1805 before me.
John Rickman J.P.
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