Daniel Land Records 1718-1773,
extracted from Clara A. Langley's "South Carolina Deed Abstracts"


These are MY extracts of Clara Langley's wonderful abstracts. The first two numbers of an entry are the volume and page of HER books. The next two numbers (after the =) are the Book and page of the South Carolina land deeds.
There were many entries where Robert Daniel is merely referred to as the landgrave, or the Deputy Governor, or the Hon. Robert Daniell in group of commissioners for granting & selling land. I put the first few in, but eventually just noted these entries rather than include them in their entirety.
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1-8=A-146 Ja. Daniel is the secretary entering deed 23-24 May 1718

1-10=A-186 16 Apr 1719 Sarah Daniel, widow of Robert Daniel, Charleston, to Martha Daniel, widow, of Berkeley Co., term of her natural life 2 lots, Nos. 33 & 34, in Charleston, 600 feet front, bounding E on Cooper River; W on lands unknown; N on marsh belonging to Martha Daniel; S on part of lot of Francis Holmes; and whereas the Hon. Col. Robert Daniel by his will, dated 1st May 1718, duly executed, devised the lots to Martha Daniel, now, in consideration of 100-ft. northern part of lot #34, intended to be granted by Martha to Sarah after the execution of these presents, Sarah surrenders to Martha the 2 town lots Nos. 33 & 34, except the 100 feet above mentioned. Wit: William Blakewey, W. Billing. John Croft, Register.

1-13=A-234 as signer w/others of previous grant

1-13=A236 28 May 1719 George Logan, Sr., Esq., of Berkeley Co., SC, to William Blakewey and Richard Harris, Esqs., of Berkeley Co. and Andrew Allen, merchant, of Charleston, 3000 current SC money, conditioned for the payment of 1500 to Ann Daniel as follows: whereas a marriage is intended between George Logan, Sr. and Martha Daniel, Sr. (widow of the Hon. Col. Robert Daniel, late Deputy Gov. of SC) whereby Logan will be entitled to a considerable number of slaves and other personal estate belonging to her, Logan agrees to pay Ann Daniel (daughter of Martha) 1500 current money within 2 months next after she shall either attain the age of 16 or be married. Wit: Thomas Hepworth, Robert Hume, Hannah Wrath. (Note: Ann will be 16 on 15 Apr 1726.)

1-13-A-238 11 Mar 1720/21 George Logan, gentleman, of Berkeley Co., and Martha Logan (widow of George Logan) to Andrew Allen, Richard harris & William Blakewey (in trust for John Daniel, son of the Hon. Robert Daniel, Esq.) for 600 current SC money, conditioned for payment of 300 with full interest at 10% for each 100 per annum, in trust for John Daniel, on 11 Mar 1721. Wit: William Hammerton, Edward Rawlings.

1-16=Ba-37 15 & 16 Apr 1719 Martha Daniel, widow, Berkeley Co., to Samuel Eveleigh and Alexander Parris, Esqrs. of Charleston. Whereas the Hon. Robert Daniel owned a plantation of 549 a. on St. Thomas's Island, Berkeley Co., bounding E on Wando River, W on John Codner, N on Martha Daniel's land, S on Cooper River, on which plantation Sarah Daniel and Robert Daniel, her son live; and whereas Robert Daniel by will dated 1 May 1718 devised the plantation to Martha, and divers controversies and disputes arose between Sarah and Martha; Martha claiming the plantation under will of said Robert her husband; Sarah (in behalf of her son Robert, a minor) claiming the same plantation by virtue of the statute of limitation inasmuch as Robert Daniel, husband of Sarah, only son of Robert the husband of Martha, had been in peaceable possession for 14 years before the making and publishing of the last will of Robert the grandfather; and whereas the parties wish to end the controversy, and Martha desires the 549a vested in Robert the grandson: in consideration of the premises and of the natural love and affection Martha bears Robert the grandson, and for the advancement of Marmaduke Daniel, another grandson of Robert her husband in case Robert the grandson should die without issue; and for other considerations: Martha sold the plantation to Samuel Eveleigh and Alexander Parris in trust for Sarah Daniel until Robert should be 21; then to Robert for his lifetime; after his death to heirs of Marmaduke; lacking such heirs, then to Sarah, mother of Robert and Marmaduke; nothing to deprive Sarah of her right or title of dower and thirds. Several provisoes were added in case the grandfather's will should be contested by Robert and Marmaduke. Wit: William Blakewey, William Billing. Robert Yonge, Register.

1-23=Ba-161 1721 ref to Col. Robert Daniel Daniel Esq. in group of grantors.

1-31=Bb-72 27 Dec 1722 John Dela Bere to Alexander Parris, all of Charleston, 1375a = half part of a Barony formerly belonging to Col. Robert Daniel, known as Archers Island, at mouth of Port Royal River, Granville Co., being the greates of the Islands of the Barony; also 1 Negro man, 2 Negro women, 2 Negro girls, & all his horses, cattle, sheep & swine on the island.

1-35=Bb-149 21 Mar 1722/3 Thomas Broughton, Esq. to Francis Lejau, planter, both of Berkeley Co., for 20 SC money, 640a English measure, part of 48,000a granted by the Hon. Charles Craven Esq & the Lords Proprs. on 19 Aug 1714 to Landgrave Robert Daniel; which 640a Daniel for 12:16 sold to Thomas Broughton. Anne Broughton, wife of Thomas, freely surrenders her right of dower & thirds. Wit: Alexander Parris, Daniel Green, john Vicaridge. Robert Yonge, Register.

1-41=C-133 20 Aug 1714 Martha Daniell, wife of the Hon. Landgrave Robert Daniel, of Berkeley Co. Whereas Robert Daniel for a "competent sum" by 4 Deeds of Feoffment conveyed to Thomas Broughton 4 tracts of land in Berkeley Co. containing 2640a, Martha quit claimed her right and title of dower in the 4 tracts. Wit: John Croft. Before Charles Hill. Jacob Motte, Register.

1-42=C-155 3 & 4 Oct 1723 Robert Daniell, planter, of Berkeley Co., and Hellen his wife to Marmaduke Daniell, planter, of Berkeley Co. fo 1500 current SC money, 84a in Berkeley Co. given to Hellen by will of her father Col. George Logan; bounding N on Mr. Watkins; E on Broad Path; S on Mr. Cartwright; W on marsh of Ashley River & Mr. Cartwright. Wit: Isaac Lesesne, M. Newborough, Jonathan Singletary, Morris (X) Rivers. Before Daniel Huger. Jacob Motte, Register.

1-55=D-173 1718 Robert Daniel in list of grantors 1699.

1-58=D-192 12 Jul 1722 John Daniel wit for Andrews to Green.

1-58=D-202 9 Aug 1717 Hon. Robert Daniel Esq., Dep. Gov. had signed warrant 12 Jun 1717 to Col. George Chicken for lot #5 in Beaufort. Also another similar deed for lot #30.

1-59=D-206 28 Oct 1724 Jonathan Daniel wit for William Tredwell Bull (London) to Rev. Mr. Alexander Gorden, clerk, as POA.

1-60=D-224 18 & 19 Mar 1724 Hon. Arthur Middleton, Esq & Francis Holmes, Sr., merchant of Charleston, as attorneys for Thomas Amory, merchant of Boston, to Noah Serre, planter of Craven Co., lots bounding N on a little street leading from Cooper River to Ashley River by the houses belonging to Col. Robert Daniell, Jonathan Amory & Madam Simons, other bds Noah Royer, Sr., Nicholas Townsend (but in possession of Thomas Pinckney).

1-63=D-254 29 & 30 Sep 1724 Edward Weekley and Elizabeth his wife of Berkeley Co., to Thomas Ellery, gentleman, of Charleston. [this is typical of the various title chains: ] Whereas John Earl of Bath, Palatine, George Lord Carteret, Sir John Colleton, Baronet & the Lords Proprs. on 16 Aug 1698 impowered the Hon. Joseph Blake, Esq., James Moore, Esq., then Gove., Landgrave Joseph Morton, Landgrave Edmund Bellinger, Robert Daniel & John Ely, Esq., to grant lands...

1-65=D-282 15 Aug 1719 Robert Daniel in list of Lords Proprs grant of 11 May 1696.

1-67=D-300 17 & 18 Jun 1720 George Logan, Esq. & Martha his wife (late widow of Robert Daniel, Esq.) to Charles Hill, Esq., for 300 current SC money, part of lot #32 in Charleston, fronting 50 ft. on cooper River from the walls of the fortifications down to low water mark. Whereas William, Earl of Craven, Palatine, & the Lords Proprs. on 18 Feb 1680 granted David Maybank the elder lot #32 in Charleston containint 1/2 an a., English measure; & whereas David Maybank the younger, son & heir, by deed poll on 12 Jul 1692 conveyed the lot & building on it to Joshua Wilks; & whereas Joshua Wilks on 3 Feb 1692 sold the lot to George Daresely; & whereas Daresely on 13 Dec 1693 sold to Col. Robert Daniel the lot #32, bounding e on Cooper River; S on a street leading to Ashley River; N on a lot of Mr. Foster of Barbadoes; W on Jonathan Amory; & whereas Robert Daniel by will 1 May 1718 bequeathed to Martha Daniel (his widow, now Martha Logan) that part of lot #32 fronting 50 feeg on Cooper River, bounding N Samuel Wragg; S on Mrs. Susanna Porter (widow of Mathew Porter); now Logan sells to Hill & promises that Martha shall within 6 days appear before the Chief Justice & renounce her right of dower. Wit: Francis Lebrasseur, Benjamin Whitaker. Before Daniel Green. Jacob Motte, Register.

1-77=E-198 25 Mar 1726 Hon. Robert Daniel, Esq., Dep. Gov. grantor 25 May 1717.

1-80=E-255-258 21 Mar 1723 refers to Robert Daniel, Esq., Gov. gave warrant for plat 13 May 1691, survey by his warrant 20 Sep 1716.

1-84=E-371 15 & 17 Sep 1726 refers to warrant of Hon. Robert Daniel, Esq., Dep. Gov., 27 Sep 1716.

1-88=F-29 21 Mar 1719 Livingston to Smith, refers to 2000a which Livingston had purchased from Landgrave Robert Daniel, = the southernmost of the 4000a, on E side of freshes of Edisto River; lying nearest James Rixam (Bixham?), running from Ponpon or Edisto River back directly to the E by a straight line.

1-88=F-33 2 & 3 Jan 1726 refers to Robert Daniel et al, impowered to grant lands.

1-91=F-126 27 & 28 Apr 1727 Henry Simons, planter, & Judith his wife, late Judith Guerard, daughter of Peter Guerard, to Solomon Legare, merchant, of Charleston, for 367:7:6 SC money, 3 lots Nos. 201, 203, & 206 in Charleston; bounding E on a marsh at head of Col. Daniell's Creek; W on the great street leading from Oyster Point to the market place by Capt. Simond's lot; lost #201 bounding N on Peter Guerard; lot #203 bounding N & S on Peter Guerard; lost #206 bounding S on Peter Guerard; N on Daniell's Creek. Should Simons pay Legare the purchase money on 25 May 1728 this mortgage to be void. Wit: John Jones, Samuel Rosco, Robert Taylor. Before John Barksdale. Jacob Motte, Register. Mortgage satisfied in full 14 Feb 1731.

1-95=F-251 1 & 2 Sep 1726 Landgrave Robert Daniell, Esq., & Helen his wife, of Berkeley Co., to Robert Hume, gentleman, of Charleston, for 1500 SC money, 84a on Charleston Neck, willed to Helen by her father Col. George Logan; bounding N on Jonathan Collins (formerly John Watkins); E on the Broad path leading to Charleston; S on Cartwright land; W on Cartwright & on marsh. Wit: Thomas Hepworth, james Rows. Before Jacob Wragg. Jacob Motte, Register.

1-98=F-339 17 & 18 Nov 1727 Francis Goddard, planter, of Berkeley Co., of 1st part; Thomas Hasell, Rector of Parish of St. Thomas, James Mayrant, Thomas Paget, John Moore, James Akin, James Maxwell, Thomas Ashby, & Samuel Simmons, planters, vestrymen of St. Thomas, Parish, of 2nd part; Thomas Broughton, Esq. of Berkeley Co., executor of will of Richard Beresford, planter, of Berkeley Co., of 3rd part. Whereas Richard Beresford bequeathed to Thomas Broughton the yearly profits & produce of his real & personal estate not before devised until his son John Beresford should readh 21 yrs., upon trust that Broughton should pay the same into the hands of the said vestry to be disposed of as follows: 1/3 to the schoolmaster; 2/3 for the support & education of the children of the parish poor, (see Bk P.); in case of no schoolmaster teaching in the parish, a school to be built, or the profits put out at interest; the vestry to choose the school master & that Broughton should have a vote in naming the schoolmaster & in the disposition of the profits; & whereas no schoolmaster has been in the parish since death of Richard Beresford, the vestry & Broughton decided to purchase land for a free school; & whereas the Lords Proprs. on 13 Jul 1696 granted Mathew Tullada 320a which he on 16 Jan 1713 sold to Francis Goddard; & whereas the Lords Proprs. on 15 Sep 1705 granted Mathew Tullada another 300a which on 6 Aug 1714 he sold to Ann Daniell, daughter of Robert Daniell, Esq. giving Robert Daniell the power to dispose of; & whereas Robert Daniell sold the 300a for Ann to Francis Goodard [sic] for 300 but Robert died before he could execute a deed, wherefore Martha Daniell, widow of Robert & mother of Ann, as executor on 16 Jun 1718 confirmed the 300a to Goddard; now Goddard for 1200 SC money, sells to the rector, vestrymen & their successors, 2 tracts of 320a & 300a, as above recited, except 20a (part of the 300a) adjoining Sweatmans Bridge, for a free school in accordance with Beresford's will. Wit: Richard Harris, John Lapierre, Hugh Campbell, Matthew Quash, Jacob Woolford, Robert How. Before Daniel Greene. Jacob Motte, Register.

1-105=G-160 3 Nov 1721 deed signed before Robert Daniell, J.P.

1-106=G-161 5 Mar 1725-6 deed signed before Robert Daniell, J.P.

1-108=G-279 22 & 23 Jul 1728 John Daniel, gentleman, of Thomas's Island, Parish of St. Thomas, Berkeley Co., to Thomas Hasell, Rector of St. Thomas Parish, the Hon. Thomas Broughton (executor of will of Richard Beresford), Richard Harris, John Moore, Francis Goddard, John Stewart, John Ashby, & Robert Daniel, vestrymen, for 500 currency, mortgages 700a on St. Thomas Island, bounding S & W on Robert Daniel & estate of Richard Codner; N on Isaac Lesesne & a creek; E on Wando River. Whereas Richard Beresford by will dated May 1715 bequeathed to Thomas Broughton & his executors, in trust the residue of the yearly profits of his real & personal estate not previously devised until his son John should come of age, the profits to [be] paid to the vestry & disposed of by them as follows: 1/3 to the schoolmaster & 2/3 towards the support & education of such of the poor children of the Parish as should be sent there to school, or put the money out at interest; & whereas Broughton has on hand 3500 currency which he & the vestry have agreed to put out at interest; now for 500 they take a mortgage on 700a on St. Thomas Island devised by will of Robert Daniell to his widow Martha Daniell the mother of John party hereto; which 700a Martha, when she married George Logan, settled in trust for her son John Daniell. Wit: Jacob Woolford, Thomas Ellery. Before Tweedie Somerville, J.P. Jacob Motte, Register.

1-108=G-287 22 & 23 Jul 1728 Robert Daniell, of Thomas Island, St. Thomas Parish, Berkeley Co., to Thomas Hasell, rector, the Hon. Thomas Broughton (executor of will of Richard Beresford) & Richard Harris, John Moore, Francis Goddard, John Steward & John Ashby, vestrymen (see page 279 for particulars of Beresford's will) for 500, mortgages 549a on St. Thomas Island where Robert Daniel lives, bounding E on Wando River; W on estate of Richard Codner; N on John Daniel; S on Cooper River; except 300a granted Marmaduke Daniell for life by Robert Daniel; which 549a was settled on Robert by his mother Martha (later Martha Logan). Wit: Jacob Woolford, Thomas Ellery. Before Tweedie Somerville, J.P. Jacob Motte, Register.

1-109=G-296 22 & 23 Jul 1728 Francis Goddard, planter, of St. Thomas Parish, Berkeley Co., to Thomas Hasell, rector of St. Thomas parish, the Hon. Thomas Broughton (executor of will of Richard Beresford), Richard Harris, John Moore, John Steward, John Ashby, & Robert Daniell, vestrymen, (see page 279 for particulars of Beresford's will) for 300 SC money, mortgages 300a known as Hearty's Island, on Wando River. Wit: Jacob Woolford, Thomas Ellery. Before Tweedie Somerville, J.P. Jacob Motte, Register.

1-109=G-303 22 & 23 Jul 1728 John Ashby, (eldest son & heir of John Ashby) of St. Thomas Parish, Berkeley Co., to Thomas Hasell, rector, the Hon. Thomas Broughton (executor of will of Richard Beresford), Richard Harris, John Moore, Francis Goddard, John Steward, & Robert Daniell, vestrymen of St. Thomas Parish (see page 279 for particulars of Beresford's will) for 500 currency, mortgages 250a on E side of the eastern branch of the T of Cooper River, bounding NE on Ashby's Creek; NW on E branch of Cooper River; SW on Henry Harris & vacant land; SE on vacant land; according to plat annexed to grant to John Ashby (the father) dated 9 Sep 1696. Wit: Jacob Woolford, Thomas Ellery. Before Tweedie Somerville, J.P. Jacob Motte, Register. Mortgage satisfied 16 Feb 1737 by Mrs. Elizabeth Vicaridge. Signatures: R. How, Robert Austin.

1-109=G-314 22 &23 Jul 1728 Edward Edwards, planter, to Thomas Hasell, rector; the Hon. Thomas Broughton (executor of will of Richard Beresford), Richard Harris, John Moore, Francis Goddard, John Steward, John Ashby & Robert Daniell, vestrymen, all of St. Thomas Parish, Berkeley Co., (see page 279 for particulars of Beresford's will), for 300 currency mortgages 365a on NE side Cooper River, bounding SE on Itawan Creek; SW on Nathaniel Williams; NW on a branch of Clowters Creek & Richard Harris; NE on Richard Harris; as specified in plat annexed to grant 23 Jul 1711 by Lords Proprs. to Grace Buckley, widow. Wit: Wit: Jacob Woolford, Thomas Ellery. Before Tweedie Somerville, J.P. Jacob Motte, Register.

1-110=G-325 22 & 23 Jul 1728 Thomas Pagitt (eldest son & heir of John Pagitt) planter, to Thomas Hasell, rector; the Hon. Thomas Broughton (executor of will of Richard Beresford), Richard Harris, John Moore, Francis Goddard, John Steward, John Ashby & Robert Daniell, vestrymen, all of St. Thomas Parish, Berkeley Co., (see page 279 for particulars of Beresford's will), for 300 currency mortgages 280a on N side of Watcooe Creek; bounding S on Patrick Scott; W on Watcooe Creek & vacant land; N on vacant land; E on Phineas Rogers; as specified in grant from Lords Proprs. to John Pagitt (Thomas's father) on 26 Feb 1696. Wit: Jacob Woolford, Thomas Ellery. Before Tweedie Somerville, J.P. Jacob Motte, Register.

1-110=G-336 22 & 23 Jul 1728 William Poole, carpenter, son & heir of William Poole, planter, to Thomas Hasell, rector; the Hon. Thomas Broughton (executor of will of Richard Beresford), Richard Harris, John Moore, Francis Goddard, John Steward, John Ashby & Robert Daniell, vestrymen, all of St. Thomas Parish, Berkeley Co., (see page 279 for particulars of Beresford's will), for 400 currency, mortgaged 2 tracts; 1 of 150a on the E side Cooper River on Wisboo Creek, bounding NE on Wisboo Creek; SE on Dennis Hayes & Humphrey Turquet; S on William Poole (formerly Thomas Monck) as specified in grant dated 5 May 1704 from Lords Proprs. to William Poole (the father); the other containing 120a bounding N on Richard Darny & William Poole; E on Humphrey Turquet; S & W on vacant land; as specified in grant from Lords Proprs. to Thomas Monck on 5 May 1704 & conveyed by Monck 1 Jun 1705 to William Poole, the father. Wit: Jacob Woolford, Thomas Ellery. Before Tweedie Somerville, J.P. Jacob Motte, Register. Mortgage satisfied 23 Jul 1728. Certified by Alexander Garden, Jr., treasurer of vestry to William Hopton, Pub. Reg.

1-111=G-362 22 & 23 Jul 1728 John Steward, planter, to Thomas Hasell, rector, the Hon. Thomas Broughton (executor of will of Richard Beresford, see page 279 for details), Richard Harris, John Moore, Francis Goddard, John Ashby & Robert Daniel, vestrymen, all of the Parish of St. Thomas, Berkeley Co., for 500 currency, mortgages 230a English measure on NW side of Wateree Creek out of Wando River, bounding SE on the creek; SW on Capt. Richard Harris (formerly Thomas Lake); NW on John Annant; NE on Patrick Steward; which 230a John Annant & Mary his wife sold on 12 Oct 1709 to Mrs. Frances Steward, widow, mother of John Steward (party hereto) & which she by deed of gift on 4 Oct 1710 settled on her son John Steward. Wit: Jacob Woolford, Thomas Ellery. Before Tweedie Somerville, J.P. Jacob Motte, Register.

1-111=G-375 2 Jul 1728 Samuel Wragg, merchant, of London, & Robert Johnson, Esq., formerly of SC but now of Westminster, sign articles of agreement as follows: Samuel Wragg agrees to sell to Robert Johnson for 105 money of Great Britain, a lot of land on NE end of the bay in Charleston, SC, which he purchased from Col. Daniell & adjoining Arthur Langhorne's lot; 50 ft. front & 180ft. deep. Samuel Wragg appoints Joseph Wragg, merchant, of Charleston, his attorney to deliver possession to Robert Johnson, binding himself to Johnson in the penal sum of 210 money of Great Britain. Wit: F. Swain, Thomas Pearson, Jr. Wit. to receipt: F. Swain, Charles Molloy. Thomas Pearson (mariner) appeared before Tweedie Somerville, J.P. Jacob Motte, Register.

1-116=H-23 31 Mar 1714 Col. Robert Daniel, Sr., gentleman, of Berkeley Co., SC, & Martha his wife to Samuel Wragg, merchant, of Charleston for 125 SC money, part of town lot #32 measuring 50 ft. front next Cooper River; bounding N on Arthur Langharne; W on land of heirs of John Croskeys, mariner; S on Col. Robert Daniel's land. Wit: Arthur Langharne, Joseph Wragg, Job Rothmahler. Joseph Wragg appeared before Richard Allein, C.J. of SC on 14 Mar 1728. Jacob Motte, Register.

1-116=H-25 13 & 14 Mar 1728 Joseph Wragg, merchant of Charleston, attorney for Samuel Wragg of London, merchant, to Robert Johnson, Esq., of SC, (now in Great Britain) for 105 sterling part of town lot #32 measuring 50 ft. front next Cooper River; bounding N on Arthur Langharne; W on land of heirs of John Croskeys, mariner; S on Col. Robert Daniel. Whereas Col. Robert Daniel, Jr., gentleman, of Berkeley Co., SC & Martha his wife by deed of feoffment 31 Mar 1714 sold Samuel Wragg, then of Charleston, part of town lot #32. Wit: Richard Lambton, Thomas Ellery. Before Richard Allein, C.J. Jacob Motte, Register.

1-123=H-107 13 Mar 1728 Robert Daniel, Esq. (Landgrave by right of succession) to Isaac Lesesne of Berkeley Co. for 25 current SC money 500a in Craven Co. bounding S on Robert Daniel; E on Isaac Lesesne; other sides on vacant land. John Earl of Bath, Palatine, & the Lords Proprs. by letters patent created Col. Robert Daniel, grandfather of above Robert Daniel, a Landgrave, granting him 48,000a. Wit: John Stewart, Henry bossard, Stephen Lee. Before Thomas Cooper. Jacob Motte, Register.

1-123=H-109 13 Mar 1728 Robert Daniel, Esq. (Landgrave by right of succession) to Isaac Lesesne of Berkeley Co. for 25 current SC money 500a in Craven Co. bounding S on Richard Smith; N on Robert Daniel; E & W on vacant land. John Earl of Bath, Palatine, & the Lords Proprs. by letters patent created Col. Robert Daniel, grandfather of above Robert Daniel, a Landgrave, granting him 48,000a. Wit: John Stewart, Henry bossard, Stephen Lee. Before Thomas Cooper. Jacob Motte, Register.

1-127=H-174 3&4 Jul 1729 Robert Daniel, Esq. of Thomas Island, Parish of St. Thomas, Berkeley Co., SC, to the Rev. Mr. Thomas Hasell, rector, the Hon. Thomas Broughton, Esq. (executor of will of Richard Beresford, Esq. the details of which are given in previous books) Richard Harris, Samuel Simmons, William Poole, isaac Lesesne, Thomas Ashby, vestrymen, of St. Thomas parish, for 500, 549a settled on Robert Daniel by martha Daniel (later Martha Logan) widow by release 16 Apr 1719, bounding E on Wando River; W on Richard Codner's heirs; N on John Daniel, gentleman; S on Cooper River, except 30a granted to Marmaduke Daniel for life by Robert Daniel. The 549a were mortgaged on 23 Jul 1728 by Robert Daniel to the vestryment to secure payment of 500 & interest. Wit: Jacob Woolford, Thomas Ellery. Before Alexander Parris. Jacob Motte, Register.

1-128=H-195 18 & 19 Jul 1727 Benjamin Waring, of Berkeley Co., SC, to George Smith, for 125, 500a English measure. Whereas the Lords Proprs. of SC granted Robert Daniel a Landgrave's patent with 48,000a; & whereas Robert Daniel sold several parcels of land to Landgrave Thomas Smith including 1 tract of 500a on W side Wincaw River bounding NE on Wincaw River; SE on George Smith; NW on Edward Hyrne; & whereas Landgrave Thomas Smith on 20 Feb 1718/9 sold the 500a to Benjamin Waring; now Waring sells to George Smith. Wit: George Smith, Thomas Smith, Jr., Hugh Wentworth. Before Tweedie Somerville. Jacob Motte, Register.

1-135=H-315 28 Mar 1715 Col. Robert Daniel, Sr. & Martha his wife to Richard Codner, both of Berkeley Co., for 250 current SC money, & other considerations, 172a on Thomas's Island in 2 tracts; 1 part being 62a known as Brady's Island, alias St. Iagoes Island; the other part being 110a bounding N on Watcoe Creek. Whereas the said Robert Daniel purchased from the Lords Proprs. 172a in 2 plats annexed to 2 grants, 1 under the hadn of the Hon. Robert Gibbes, Esq., Gov., the other under the hands of John Archdale, Esq., Gov., situated on Thomas's Island. Martha Daniel freely yields to Codner all her title of dower. Wit: Isaac Lesesne, Charles Burnham, Judith (X) Daniel, Elizabeth (X) Lesesne. 28 Dec 1717, Daniel appoints Isaac Lesesne, planter, his attorney to deliver possession & seizin. Wit: W. Blakewey, Francis Yonge. Wit. to delivery: Richard Singletary, Thomas Valley, Solomon Gumbers. Before Thomas Cooper 5 May 1730. Jacob Motte, Register. [Next is Codner deeding Brady's or St. Iagoes Island to godsons, 17 Jul 1717, mentions he had purchased of the Hon. Col. Robert Daniel.]

1-137=H-335 24 Nov 1698 Jarrard to Burkley. ... Before Robert Daniel on 29 Nov 1699.

1-140=I-49 refers to Hon. Col. Robert Daniel, Dep. Gov., & and Lords Proprs. on 25 May 1717 granted...

1-141=I-64 refers to Hon. Col. Robert Daniel, Dep. Gov., & and Lords Proprs. on 25 May 1717 granted...

1-144=I-148 16 & 17 Nov 1730 James Akin, planter, to Thomas hasell, rector, the Hon. Thomas Broughton (executor of will of Richard Beresford), Richard Harris, Thomas Pagitt, Robert Stewart, John Moore, John Daniel & Thomas Bonny, vestrymen, all of St. Thomas Parish, Berkeley Co., for 1200, & interest, several tracts making 845a. Whereas Richard Beresford by will dated May 1715 bequeathed to his executor Thomas Broughton, until his son John Beresford should come of age the residue of the yearly profits of his real & personal estate in trust to be paid to the vestry of St. Thomas Parish; 1/3 to the schoolmaster & 2/3 to support & educate such poor children as should be sent there to school, etc.; or the money to be placed out at interest; & whereas Broughton has 1200 currency on hand which he & the vestry have agreed to invest; & whereas James Akin (see page 76 for full details) owns several tracts of land totaling 845a; now Akin mortgages this land to the vestry. Wit: William Hodgkinson, Thomas Ellery. Before Alexander Parris, J.P. Jacob Motte, Register. Alexander Garden, Rector, declared mortgage fully paid 17 Jul 1754. Wit: William Hopton.

1-145=I-174 27 Jun 1727 William Flavel, executor of will of George Peterson, to James Gay, planter, of Berkeley Co., for 100 SC money, a wooden house lately occupied by George Peterson, now by Mrs. Elizabeth Peterson, widow of George, which house stands on land belonging to John Pamor. Delivery of a key of the house in the name of the whole. Wit: William, Catherine Daniel.

1-149=I-276 25 Jul 1730 mentions Hon. Robert Daniell in group of commissioners for granting & selling land on 27 Jun 1711.

1-150=I-294 19 Dec 1730 Francis Simons, planter, & Anne his wife, to Thomas Hasell, rector, the Hon. Thomas Broughton (executor of will of Richard Beresford, see page 148 for details), John Moore, Thomas Bonny, John Daniel, Robert Steward, & Thomas Pagiss [sic], vestryment of the Parish of St. Thomas, for 500 currency, 2 plantations, or 1000a in all. Whereas the Rt. Hon. Charles Craven, Gov., & the Lords Proprs. by grant under the hand of the Gov. & of Ralph Izard, Charles Hart, Samuel Eveleigh & Nicholas Trott, Dated 3 Apr 1713 granted Benjamin Simons 500a in Berkeley Co.; & whereas the Hon. Robert Daniel, Esq., Dep. Gov., & the Lords Proprs. by grant under the hand to the Gov., & of Charles Hart, Francis Yonge, Samuel Eveleigh, George Chicken, & Nicholas Trott, dated 25 Jul 1717, gave Benjamin Simons another 500a; & whereas Benjamin Simons by will dated 14 Jun 1717 bequeathed the 1000a to his son Francis Simons; now Francis mortgages the land to the vestry of St. Thomas Parish. Wit: Walter Cox, Thomas Ellery, Archibald Yonge, James Maxwell. Before Daniel Greene, J.P. Jacob Motte, Register. On 4 May 1753 Alexander Garden, Jr., rector, declared the principal & interest due fully paid by Francis Simons, son of the mortgager. Wit: William Hopton.

1-154=I-403 13 & 15 Jul 1731 James Taggart, gentleman, to David Hearty, cordwainer, both of Berkeley Co., for 180 SC money, 100a, English measure, in Berkeley Co., bounding NW on the Glebe land of the Parish; NE & SE on Col. Robert Daniel. Wit: Abijah Russ, Robert How. Before Daniel Greene, J.P. Jacob Motte, Register.

1-156=I-443 13 Jul 1731 Edward North, planter, of Colleton Co., to Andrew Allen & Gabriel Manigault, merchants, of Charleston, for 1500 currency, payable with interest on 13 Jul 1735, 500a in 2 tracts; 1 of 300a; the other of 200a in the N part of 450a joining the 300a; all contained in a plat of 4000a granted to Col. Robert Daniel. Wit: Joshua Sanders, Joseph Jones, William Sanders. Before J. Ferguson, J.P. Jacob Motte, Register. Mortgage satisfied by payment by Edward North to Gabriel Manigault, discharged. Wit: John Pennyman for Nathaniel Johnson, Esq., Pub. Reg.

1-162=I-571 20 Mar 1731 Charles King, to Robert How, for 16 SC money, 2a in Berkeley Co., on E the plantation of Charles King commonly called Caintin on Wando River & within the breadth of 1a of the land belonging to Mrs. Mary Pollock. Wit: Thomas Farless, James Taggart. Delivery by turf & twig. Before Robert Daniel, J.P. Jacob Motte, Register.

1-163=I-588 30 Nov & 5 Dec 1731 Alexander Goodbe, planter, to John Daniel, planter, both of the Parish of St. Thomas Berkeley Co., for 500 currency, 250a, English measure, in Berkeley Co., bounding NW on Robert How; SW on Benjamin Godin & the Hon. Arthur Middleton, Esq.; W on Col. John Herbert. Should Goodbe pay Daniel 500 on 1 Jan 1732 this mortgage & a bond for 1000 shall be void. Whereas the Hon. Charles Craven, Esq., Gov. & the Lords Proprs. by grants dated 17 Dec 1714 & 2 plats dated 20 Sep 1696 & another plat dated 24 Dec 1701 granted John Goodebe, Sr. 250a in St. James, Goosecreed,; now Goodbe mortgages the land to Daniel. Wit: George Logan, Anthony White, Andrew Shapley. Before Thomas Barton, J.P. Jacob Motte, Register. [Ann Daniel md. Alexander Goodbe]

1-164=I-622 1 Oct 1711 Landgrave Thomas Smith to John Simons, of Charleston, for 30 currency, 990a (part of 24,000a) in Craven Co. Whereas on 18 Jun 1711 the Lords Proprs. under the hand of the Hon. Robert Gibbs, Esq., Gov., granted Robert Daniel, Esq. several tracts in Craven Co. containing 24,000a (part of 48,000 given Robert Daniel with his Landgrave's patent; & whereas Robert Daniel on 19 Jun 1711 sold Landgrave Thomas Smith the 24,000a; now Smith sells 990a (part of the 24,000) to Simons. [right parenth missing] Wit. William Screven, James Ellis, Francis Grecia, William Kitchen. On 13 Nov 1711 James Child, attorney to Landgrave Smith, took possession & delivered the premises to Capt. Percival Pawley, attorney for John Simons. Wit: John Aspenell, Jacob Burdell. Before Henry Wigington. Memo. On 22 Nov 1712 the Rev. Mr. William Screven & James Ellis declared they saw Landgrave Thomas Smith sign, seal & deliver the deed to John Simons. Before George Smith, J.P. Jacob Motte, Register.

1-164=I-625 22 Dec 1712 Blundell to Primate. Before Robert Daniel, J.P. Jacob Motte, Register.

1-165=I-652 23 & 24 Feb 1731 Anthony Mathews, merchant, & Lois (her mark) his wife of Charleston, with the free consent of Lois, to John Morrall (Murrill), planter, of Craven Co., for 300 currency 610a in Craven Co., part of 2340a; also 1a more on N side of & part of 2340a 1/4 mill, English measure from the Bluff. Whereas the Hon. Landgrave Thomas Smith, Esq. on 10 Sep 1711 sold Anthony Mathews 2340a in Craven Co., part of the 24,000a he purchased from the Hon. Landgrave Robert Daniel, Esq., now Mathews sells 611a. Wit: James Mathews, John Mathres, John Croft. Before Gabriel Manigault, J.P. Jacob Motte, Register.

1-167=K-29 14 Mar 1731 Charles Codner, planter, to John Daniell, planter, both of Berkeley Co., for 700 SC money, 350a on Ittawan Island, bounding N on Beresford Creek; NE & SE on Montsom Creek; S on Wando River; SW on John Morgan; NW on Christopher Smith. Date of redemption 25 Feb 1732. Wit: Mrs. Helen Daniell, Isaac Lesesne, Henry Bossard. Before Robert Daniell, J.P. Jacob Motte, Pub. Register. Mortgage satisfied 13 Dec 1732.

1-172=K-178 2 & 3 Oct 1732 Jacob Woolford &wf Elizabeth to Thomas Walker & John Walker, 105a on Thomas Island, Berkeley Co., part of 210a granted Col. Robert Daniell, bounding NW on Watcoe Creek; SW on John Durham; SE & NE on Richard Cogner [sic], ...

1-173=K-191 2 & 3 Oct 1732 William Watson, joiner, & Mary his wife, to John Daniel, ship carpenter, all of Charleston, for 520 SC money, part of lot #115 in Charleston, fronting E 32 ft. on the street leading to Ashley River, & 100 ft deep, bounding S on a house & lot belonging to Thomas Holton; N on Edward Vanvelzin; W on part same lot; Mary Watson to renounce her dower before Nov. court. Whereas the said part of lot was conveyed to William Watson by John Arnold, shop keeper of Charleston, & Mary his wife, by L & R, dated 20 & 21 Mar 1729 together with another part of 2 lots #236 & #237, now Watson agrees to show his papers when necessary to manifest Daniel's title. Wit: Richard Allein, John Fraser. Wit: George Heskett, Rowland Vaughan. Before Theophilus Gregory, J.P. Jacob Motte, Register.

1-176=K-266 19 & 20 Feb 1730 John (his mark) St. Martin, carpenter, to Landgrave Robert Daniell, both of Berkeley Co., for 400 currency, 140a in Berkeley Co., where John St. Martin lives, bounding N on Jonathan Russ; S on a creek of Wando River; E on marshes of Wando; W on Richard Beresford & Jonathan Russ. Wit: William Weekley, Henry Bossard. Before john Daniel, J.P. Jacob Motte, Register.

1-176=K-270 19 Feb 1730 Thomas Russ, planter, & Mary his wife, to Landgrave Robert Daniel, both of Berkeley Co., for 5sh currency, 590a in Berkeley Co., bounding NE on Mr. Secar; S on Richard Beresford; SW on David Russ. Wit: Isaac Lesesne, James Stewart, Robert How.

1-184=La-33 2 & 3 Jan 1726 refers to Robert Daniell impowered to sell lands 16 Aug 1698.

1-191=La-250 1 & 2 Sep 1726 Landgrave Robert Daniell, & Helen his wife (daughter of Col. George Logan) of Berkeley Co., to Robert Hume, gentleman, of Charleston, for 1500 SC money, 84a on Charleston Neck, bounding N on Jonathan Collins (formerly John Watkins); E on the Broad path leading to Charleston; S on Cartwright's land; W on Ashley River marsh & Cartwright; which 84a were given to Helen by her father's will. Wit: Thomas Hepworth, James Rows. Before Joseph Wragg, J.P. Jacob Motte, Register.

1-194=La-338 17 & 18 Nov 1727 Francis Goddard, planter, of Berkeley Co., of the 1st part; Thomas Hasell, rector of Parish of St. Thomas, James Myrant, Thomas Paget, John Moore, James Akin, James Maxwell, Thomas Ashby, & Samuel Simmons, vestryment of St. Thomas, of 2nd part; Thomas Broughton, Esq., executor of will of Richard Beresford, planter, of 3rd part. Whereas Richard Beresford (after other legacies) bequeathed the rest of the yearly profits & produce of his real & personal estate (until his son John should come of age) to his executors upon special trust for several uses; that is, Thomas Broughton to pay the profits yearly to vestry of St. Thomas to use 1/3 to the schoolmaster, 2/3 towards the education of the children of the poor, etc., or put the money out at interest. There having been no schoolmaster since Beresford's death, Broughton & the vestry decide to purchase land for a free school. Whereas the Lords Proprs. on 13 Jul 1696 granted Mathew Tullada 320a in Berkeley Co., which Tullada on 16 Jan 1713 conveyed to Francis Goddard; & whereas the Lords proprs. on 15 Sep 1705 granted Tullada another tract of 300a which Tullada on 6 Aug 1714 conveyed to Ann Daniell (daughter of Robert Daniell) with the condition that Robert Daniell should have power to dispose of the land for Ann's benefit; & whereas Robert Daniell sold the 300a for 300 to Francis Goddard, but Daniell died before he could execute a conveyance & Martha Daniell, mother of Ann, & widow & executrix & devisee of Robert Daneill, by deed of feoffment dated 16 Jun 1718 confirmed to Goddard the 300a; now Goddard, for 1200 SC money, conveys to the REctor & Vestry of St. Thomas parish, the 2 tracts of 320a & 300a as described in the 2 plats, except 20a, part of the 300a adjoining Sweatman's Bridge. Wit: Richard Harris, John LaPierre, Hugh Campbell, Matthew Quash, Jacob Woolford, Robert How. Before Daniel Greene, J.P. Jacob Motte, Register.

1-198=Lb-31 31 Mar 1714 Col. Robert Daniell, Sr., gentleman & Martha his wife, of Berkeley Co., to ARthur Laugharns, merchant, of Charleston, for 125 SC money, part of lot #32 fronting 50 ft. on Cooper River; bounding N on Francis Holmes & John Simmons; W on heirs of Joseph Croskeys, mariner; S on Col. Robert Daniell. Wit: Samuel Wragg, Joseph Wragg, Job Rothmahler. Before Joseph Fox, J.P. Joseph Fox Dep. Reg.

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1-203=Lb-186 1 & 2 Nov 1721 Samuel Eveleigh, Esq., & Elizabeth his wife, to John Lloyd, Esq., all of Charleston, for 100 currency, 640a in Craven Co. Whereas Gov. Gibbs granted the Hon. Robert Daniell several tracts of 24,000a (part of 48,000a given said Daniell by the Lords Proprs.) in Craven Co.; & whereas Landgrave Robert Daniell on 19 Jun 1711 sold the 24,000a to Thomas Smith, Esq.; & he by deed poll on 10 Sep 1711 sold 640a (part of the 24,000) to Samuel Eveleigh, bounding E on a salt marsh; W on Waccamaw River; N on lands not laid out; S on Percival Pawley; now Eveleigh sells to Lloyd. Wit: Solomon Tozer, Duncan Campbell. Before Joseph Fox, J.P. & Dep. Reg.

1-206=Lb-267 17 Sep 1733 Isaac Lesesne, Sr., planter, to Thomas Valley, planter, both of Berkeley Co., for good esteem, well liking, & other considerations, & 5 currency, 500a. Whereas John, Earl of Bath, Palatine, & the Lords Proprs. by letters patent created Col. Robert Daniell a Landgrave, granting him 48,000a; & whereas Robert Daniell, Esq., grandson & heir of Col. Robert Daniell, on 13 Mar 1728, conveyed to Isaac Lesesne 500a in Craven Co., bounding S on Robert Daniell, the grandson; E on Isaac Lesesne; on other sides on vacant land; now Lesesne conveys to Valley. Wit: John Walker, Samuel Fley, Thomas Thradcraft. Before John Daniel, J.P. Nathaniel Johnson, Pub. Reg.

1-206=Lb-270 22 & 23 Nov 1733 Martha Logan, widow, to Gov. Robert Johnson, for 100 currency, part of a low water lot in Charleston fronting 50 ft. on lot #32 & 50 ft. on Cooper River, bounding on all sides on land belonging to Martha Logan; which lot is in the possession of Robert Johnson by virtue of a title from Joseph Wragg, merchant, of Charleston, as attorney for Samuel Wragg, merchant, of London; the shape of the lost being represented on plat B attached to release. Wit: John King, John Brailsford. Before James Abercromby, J.P. Nathaniel Johnson, P.R.

1-226=N-244 2 & 3 Apr 1735 Robert Daniell in group of signers of grant 21 Apr 1718.

1-229=O-25 19 May 1726 Thomas Smith, planter, to Samuel Ash, planter, both of Berkeley Co., for 150 SC money, 250a, part of 4000a, English measure, was granted by Gov. Robert Gibbes & the Lords Proprs., to Col. Robert Daniell; bounding NE on lands belonging to the Cursaw Indians; W on a river; all other sides on vacant land. Wit: William Sanders, John Brown. On 15 May 1735 Henry Livingston appeared before Thomas Dale, J.P. & testified to signatures of Samuel Ash & E. Plomer (below). On 14 Jun 1728 Samuel Ash, for 5 shillings, signed over to Benjamin Perry all his title. Wit: E. Plomer, Henry Levingston. Nathaniel Johnson, Register.

1-230=O-37 15 & 16 Apr 1735 John Simmons, of Charleston, to the Rev. Mr. Daniel Dwight, of St. John's Parish, for 1000 currency, 990a in Craven Co., between Waccamaw River & the sea bounding S on Capt. Anthony Mathews; which land is part of 48,000a was granted by the Lords Proprs. in 1711 to Robert Daniell. Robert Daniell on 19 Jun 1711 sold the 990a to Thomas Smith & he sold the land to John Simmons for 30 currency. Wit: William Scott, Othniel Beale, Andrew Broughton. Before Alexander Parris, J.P. Nathaniel Johnson, Register.

1-232=O-109 10 & 11 Jun 1734 Alexander Goodbee, planter, (son of John Goodbee, planter), & Anne his wife, of St. James Goose Creek, Berkeley Co., & John Daniel, Esq., of Berkeley Co., to Charles Pinckney, Esq., of Charleston, for 530 currency, 240a in St. James Goose Creek, bounding E on Forsters Creek; SE on James Goodbee; W on Benjamin Godin, & Arthur Middleton; N on Thomas Clifford (formerly Job Howes). Whereas the Lords Proprs. on 8 Sep 1696 granted John Goodbee 50a on Forsters Creek; & whereas on 24 Dec 1701 they granted the Hon. James Moore 50a near Goodbee's tract & James Moore on 2 Jan 1711 sold his 50a to Goodbee for 18 currency; & whereas the Lords proprs. on 17 Dec 1714 granted Goodbee 100a adjoining Moore's 50a & whereas by another grant at a later date the Lords Proprs. granted Goodbee 290a adjoining all 3 above named tracts, making 1 tract of 490a; & whereas John Goodbee granted his son James the SE part, or 250a & kept the NW or 240a till his death, & by will dated 18 oct 1720 bequeathed the 240a to his son Alexander; now the Goodbees and Daniell sell the 240a to Pinckney. Wit: Mrs. Sarah Blakeway, Robert Brewton, Jr. Before Thomas Dale, J.P. Nathaniel Johnson, Register.

1-236=O-215 1 May 1703 The Lords Proprs. to Samuel Farley (Farlee) for 4, 200a, English measure, in Colleton Co., bounding on all sides on vacant land. Whereas John, Earl of Bath, Palatine; George, Lord Carteret; Sir John Colleton; Baronet Thomas Amy, & William Thornburgh, Esqrs., Lords Proprs., on 16 Aug 1698 impowered past Bov. Joseph Blake, James Moore, present Gov., Landgrave Joseph Marton & Edmund Bellinger, Col. Robert Daniel & John Ely, or any 3 of them in the absence of Blake, to grant lands, now Bellinger, Moore & Daniel grant Farley 200a. Plat certified by Edmond Bellinger, Sur. Gen. Nathaniel Johnson, Register.

1-236=O-223 7 Aug 1716 mentions Robert Daniell, Dep. Gov. & the Lords Proprs. on 4 Aug 1716 granting to Owen Davis.

1-243=P-72 9 Jan 1735 John Daniell, planter, of St. Thomas Parish, Berkeley Co., to his nephew, Alexander Goodbee, for love and affection, 500a in Craven Co., bounding N on Capt. Richard Smith; other sides on vacant land. Wit: George Threadcroft, Thomas Threadcroft. Nathaniel Johnson, Register.

1-263=Q-127 11 & 12 Sep 1723 John Watkins (Watkings), planter, Mary (her mark) his wife, of Berkeley Co., to Jonathan Collings, mariner, & Sarah, his wife, of Charleston, for 200 SC money, 143-1/2a in Berkeley Co., bounding W on the Broad Path; E on Ashley River; NW on Robert Daniell; S on the Rat Trap belonging to Charles Hart. Whereas Jonathan & Sarah Collings own 175a in Berkeley Co.; John Watkins owns 143-1/2a in Berkeley; they agree to exchange their holdings; therefore, Johnathan & Sarah Collings convey to Watkins 175a commonly called Hobcaw, Berkeley Co., bounding NW on William Watson; NE on Carter Collis; other sides on marsh of Cooper River; & Watkins conveys 143-1/2a to Collings, as above. Wit: William Watson, Richard Splatt, Robert Hume. Before Joseph Wragg, J.P. Nathaniel Johnson, Register.

1-281=R-141 20 & 21 Nov 1734 Charles King, planter, to John Beresford, Esq. for 2100 currency, 600a (except 200a sold to John Daniel) & 100a. Whereas Richard Beresford, planter, of Berkeley Co., by will dated May 1715 bequeathed to his nephew Charles King, on coming of age, 600a (lately purchased from the Lords proprs.) on Cooper River, in Berkeley Co., between the lands of Thomas Burton & Richard Codner, upon the condition that Charles King pay his sister, mary King, when 18 or on the day of her marriage, 150 currency; & whereas King has paid his sister the money; & whereas King has sold to John Daniel, planter 200a out of the 600a; & whereas the Hon. Robert Gibbes & Lords Proprs. on 23 Jul 1707 granted Richard Codner 100a, English measure, in Berkeley Co.; & whereas Charles Codner, son & heir of Richard, & Ann his wife, on 16 Nov 1734 sold to Charles King the 100a in St. Thomas Parish, on E side Cooper River, bounding N on Charles King; E on Thomas pagit; S on Edward Bullard & John Primat; now Charles King sells 500a to Beresford. Wit: Benjain Whitaker, William George Freeman. Nathaniel Johnson, Register.

1=282=R-164 17 & 18 Jan 1736 Codner to Beresford, several tracts, one is 105a on St. Thomas's Island, bounding N on creeks & marshes; S on the above 350a; E on above 70a; W on Capt. Thomas Walker; which 105a was part of 210a granted by the Lords Proprs. to Robert Daniell, Esq. & by him conveyed to Richard Codner ...

1-289=R-317 16 Apr 1719 Martha Daniel, widow, to Sarah Daniel, widow, both of Charleston, the N part of lot #34, fronting E 100ft. towards Cooper River; bounding W on unknown land; N on the wall or fortification of Charleston; S on Martha Daniel; also all the sandy beach, commonly called the flat directly fronting the 150 ft. down to low water mark. Whereas Sarah Daniel owned for the term of her natural life 2 lots #33 & 34, in Charleston, 600 ft. front, bounding E on Cooper River, W on unknown land, N on marsh belonging to Martha Daniel; S on part of a lot belonging to Francis Holmes; & whereas Sarah on 16 Apr 1719 surrendered the 2 lots to Martha & her heirs, to whom the inheritance belonged by the terms of the will of the Hon. Col. Robert Daniel, husband of Martha; now Martha conveys part of lot #34 to Sarah. Wit: William Blakeway, William Billing. Nathaniel Johnson, Register.

1-291=R-349 22 & 23 Jan 1723 Marmaduke Daniell, gentleman, to (Capt.) John Harleston, gentleman, both of Berkeley Co., for 800 SC money, the N part of lot #34 in Charleston, near Craven's Bastion, fronting E 100 ft. on Cooper river; W on the Hon. James Moore, Esq.; N on a wall or fortification of the town; S on Martha Daniell, widow, (now Martha Logan, widow); also all the sandy beach or "flat" directly fronting the 100 ft. down to low water mark. Wit: Nicholas Trott, Peter Taylor, Capt. Elias Ball, Arthur Hamilton. Before Anthony Bonneau, J.P. Nathaniel Johnson, Register.

1-302=S-34 9 & 10 Aug 1736 Major Robert Daniel in chain (bought fr Florence O'Sullivane).

1-313=S-145 31 Mar 1737 refers to Robert Daniel Esq., created a Landgrave 12 Aug 1698, 48,000a, and 27 Jun 1711 he was granted 4000a (part of the 48,000a) in Colleton Co. He granted 28 Jun 1711 by deed poll to William Livingston the 4000a.

1-320=S-221 25 Feb 1714/5 Charles Craven & Charles Hart, Ralph Izard, Samuel Eveleigh, Nicholas Trott, & Robert Daniell, Lords Proprs. for 7:10 grant James Fulton 250a in Colleton Co. Memorial entered in Auditor's office 22 May 1733. Thomas Broughton, Sur. Gen., by warrant dated 19 Feb 1707/8 laid out to James Fulton 250a in Colleton Co., E of the freshes of Edisto River, bounding on all sides on vacant land. Plat certified 17 Nov 1709.

1-339=S-396 13 & 14 Aug 1736 Charles Codner, planter, of St. Thomas Parish, Berkeley Co., to the Rev. Mr. Thomas hasell, John Beresford, James Akin, Isaac Lesesne, Jr., John Daniel, William Trewin & Thomas Walker, 7 of the vestrymen of St. Thomas Parish, as security on bond of even date in penal sum of 1000 for payment of 500, with interest, on 25 Mar 1737 (being the "proper money" belonging to the pious & charitable donation of Richard Beresford, Esq.); 170a., on an island formerly called Ettiwan (alias Ittiwan) now known as Daniels Island in St. Thomas Parish, a point of land bounding N on Itchecaw Creek; S on Landgrave Robert Daniel (formerly William Jackson); W on Cooper River; E on John Daniel, Esq., (formerly Timothy Russell); also the land lying between the line of the above tract & Mr. Norton's line toward the W & E & bounding S on land formerly beonging to William Jackson; N on a marsh in Itchecaw Creek. Wit: William (X) Standfast, Robert How. Before Robert Austin, J.P. & Put. Reg.

1-343=S-444 27 Jul 1738 Robert Knight, peruke maker, of Distaff Lane, London, & Mary his wife (lately widow of Marmaduke Daniel, gentleman, of Charleston, SC) to Jonathan Scott, merchant, of Charleston. Whereas Robert Knight, & Mary his wife, by assignment dated 30 Jun last surrendered to Jonathan Scott, merchant, of Charleston, all dower rights & interest in lots #33 & 34 fronting 150 ft. on the Bay of Charleston, leading down to low water mark, lately owned by Marmaduke Daniel, now by Jonathan Scott; & whereas it is necessary to register the deed in Charleston; now Robert & Mary appoint Scott their attorney for that purpose. Wit: James Coppell (clerk to Mr. Alexander, attorney, Threadneedle Street, London), Jonathan Burnyeat, of Charleston (a Quaker). Burnyeat appeared before Robert Austin, J.P. & Pub. Reg. in Charleston. On 16 Aug 1738 Sir John Barnard, Knight, mayor of London, certified that James Coppell, gentleman, of Threadneedle Street, London, testified that Robert & Mary Knight delivered a parchment dated 30 Jun last purporting to be an assignment of Mary's dower in said lots & a letter of attorney dated 27 Jul following, enabling Jonathan Scott to register the assignment in Charleston, SC.

1-343=S-445 30 Jun 1738 Robert Knight, peruke-maker, of Distaff Lane, London, & Mary his wife, (lately widow of Marmaduke Daniel, gentleman, of Charleston, SC) to Jonathan Scott, merchant, of Charleston, for 2:2 British money, surrendered all dower & interest in lots #33 & #34 leading down to low water mark, fronting 100 ft. on the Bay, which lots were formerly owned by Marmaduke Daniel but now by Jonathan Scott. Wit: James Coppell (clerk to mr. Alexander, attorney, Threadneedle Street, London) & Jonathan Burnyeat (a Quaker), of Charleston. Burnyeat appeared before Robert Austin, J.P. & Pub. Reg.

1-346=T-5 20 & 21 Feb 1737 Livingston to Sacheverell, all of Colleton Co. Landgrave Robert Daniel and his 4000a grant (part of 48,000) in title chain.

1-355=T-158 31 Jul & 1 Aug 1739 William Trewin, Esq., & Helen his wife, to Isaac Mazyck of Charleston &Thomas Laroche of Georgetown, merchants, as security for the payment of a bond given this date by Trewin to Mazyck & Laroche, in the penal sum of 2112 SC money, conditioned for the payment of 1056 with interest, on 25 Mar next; 100a, English measure, in Parish of St. Thomas, Berkeley Co, bounding NW on the Parish Glebe lands; NE & SE on Jonathan Russ (formerly Col. Robert Daniel) & John Beresford; which 100a was purchased by Hercules Coite from David Harty, who had purchased it from James Fugart, gentleman; also 300a, part of 500a purchased from the Lords Proprs. by Robert Daniel, Jr. & by him conveyed to Jonathan Russ; which 300a is in St. Thomas Parish, Berkeley Co., bounding NW on Abijah russ; NE on land formerly belonging to Charles King but now to Robert Hew Cainhoy Meeting House & James Taggart; SW & W on John Beresford & James Taggart; (NE on Poiteving & Pollock). Wit: John Johnson, Jr., John Rattray. Before Maurice Lewis, J.P. robert Austin, Pub. Reg.

1-356=T-184 16 & 17 Jul 1739 James Atkins, planter, of Winyaw, to John Daniel, merchant, of Charleston, for 400 SC money, 110a on Black River, Craven Co., bounding S on George Hadrell; N on John Bogs; conditioned for the payment of 400 with interest on 1 Jan 1741. Wit: Abraham Croft, Mathew Roche. Before Henry Gibbes, J.P. Robert, Pub. Reg.

1-365=T-358 18 & 19 Dec 1739 Benjamin Roberts, cordwinder, & Mary his wife, to Samuel Smith, carpenter, all of Charleston, for 550 currency, part of lot #222 in Charleston, on Charleston Green, fronting E 35 ft. on King Street; S 140 ft. on Benjamin Roberts (formerly William Dexter); W on Widow Holme's garden; N on John Daniel; with the dwelling house & buildings. Wit: David Burney, Anna Middleton, Ann Dexter, William Smith. Before Robert Austin, J.P. & Pub. Reg.

1-369=T-425 18 & 19 Jul 1739 William Lewis, planter, to James Lesesne, planter, both of Craven Co., as security on bond of this date in penal sum of 800 conditioned for the payment of 400 currency on 1 Jan 1740, 500a in Craven Co., boudngin S on Richard Smith; N on Robert Daniel; E & W on vacant land; also 200a bounding N & S on vacant land; W on Isaac Lesesne; E on land laid out. Wit: John Dunnam, Jeremiah Cuttino, James Craddock. Before Thomas LaRoche, J.P. Robert Austin, Pub. Reg.

1-372=T-492 22 &23 Feb 1739 Benjamin Wright, carpenter, & Anne (her mark) his wife, of Granville Co., to Arthur Johnstone, victualer, of Beaufort, for 80 SC money, lot #70 in Beaufort, on Port Royall Island, bounding S on lot #71; W by West Street; N by lot #69; E by lot #79; which lost #70 was granted by the Hon. Robert Daniell, Dep. Gov., on 2 Jul 1717. Certificate signed by Francis Yonge, Surv. Gen., 14 Aug 1718. Wit: William Martin, William Gough. Before Robert Austin, J.P. & Pub. Reb.

1-378=T-602 3 May 1740 William Matthews & Mary his wife, & Benjamin Smith & Ann his wife, to John Daniel, ship carpenter, of Charleston, with the full consent of Mary & Ann, for 2800 SC money, the corner part of lot #14 where John Daniel lives, fronting S 19 ft. 3 in. on Broad Street; bounding W 110 ft. on Union Street; E on part same lot occupied by John Beswick, merchant; N on Edward Croft. Mary & Ann appoint their husbands their attorneys. Whereas John, Lord Berkeley, Palatine, & the Lords Proprs. on 1 Feb 1678 granted John Bullen lot #14 in Charleston; who sold it on 1 Jan 1678 to Laurence Read, merchant; who sold it on 6 Feb 1679 for 3 sterling to Edward Middleton, gentleman, who, at the time of his death owned 1/2 the lot #14 in his own right which was inherited by his eldest son Henry Middleton, oilman, of London; who on 10 Oct 1696 sold it for 140 currency to Joseph Crosskeys; who on 11 Dec 1698 sold for 120 currency to Edward Loughton that part of the half lot bounding S 40 ft. 7 in. on Broad Street; N 42 Ft. on William Dry (formerly Peter Hearn) W on a street or lane left by consent of Joseph Crosskeys & Edward Loughton between the half lot & part of a lot owned by heirs of George Pawley; E on the other part of the half lot owned by Joseph Crosskeys; & whereas Edward Loughton by will dated 24 Dec 1707 bequeathed to his son David Loughton all his houses & buildings in the alley that ran by his corner house from the corner house to the garden, also the storehouse to be built at the corner of the garden; also his dwelling house in the corner after the death of his wife; & whereas David Loughton by will dated 3 Nov 1713 bequeathed all his real & personal estate to his wife Ann, who afterwards married George Barnet, & afterwards married David Hext, gentleman, of Charleston, in whom the property became invested, & joined him on 17 Sep 1717 in conveying to John Bee, merchant, of Charleston for 550 SC money, the part of the town lot; who by will dated 14 Jan 1724 bequeathed his real & personal estate to his wife Mary Bee; who, by will dated 24 Oct 1730 left all her property to her 2 grand daughters Mary Loughton & Ann Loughton, wives of William Mathews & Benjamin Smith; now they convey to John Daniel as above. Wit: John Battray, John Johnson. Wit. to possession & seizen: Richard Shubrick, William Franklin, John Rattray. Before Robert Austin, J.P. & Pub. Reg.

1-381=T-669 23 May 1739 King to Valley. land part granted by Hon. Robert Daniell, Dep. Gov., on 24 Jan 1716/7.

2-4=V-76 20 Dec 1739 Samuel Smith, carpenter, to Robert Harvey, carpenter, both of Charleston, for 275 currency, part of lot #222 in Charleston, bounding E 35 ft on King Street; W on Widow Holmes; N 140 ft on John Daniels; S on Mr. Roberts. Wit: David Burney, Ann Dexter, Anna Middleton, William Smith. Before Robert Austin, J.P & Pub. Reg.

2-4=V-77 22 & 23 Oct 1740 Robert Harvey, carpenter, & Mary his wife, of St Philip's Parish, Charleston, to William Harris, of same place, for 230, part of lot #222 in Charleston on "the green" fronting E 17-1/2 ft. on King Street; bounding S 140 ft on Samuel Smith, Jr., carpenter; W on Widow Holmes's garden; N on John Daniel's tenement. Wit: Benjamin Roberts, James Hilliard. Before Robert Austin, J.P & Pub. Reg.

2-6=V-113 21 & 22 Mar 1739 John Daniell, planter, & Sarah his wife, of Parish of St. Thomas & St. Dennis, Berkeley Co., to Elizabeth Jenys, widow, of Charleston, for 6000 currency, 700a known as Thomas's Island or Daniell's Island, whereon John & Sarah dwell, bounding S & W on William Trewin & Charles Codner (formerly Mrs. Sarah Daniel & Richard Codner); N & W on Isaac Lesesne & the creek back of the island; E on Wando River. Date of redemption: 22 mar 1740. Wit: Thomas Jenys, Charles Pinckney. Before John Dart, J.P. Robert Austin, Register.

2-26=W-21 3 & 4 Feb 1740 William Guy, Jr., gentleman, & Hannah his wife, of Berkeley Co., to Charles Pinckney, Esq., of Charleston, for 1600 SC money, 488a on Foster's Creek, St. James parish Goose Creek, bounding E on the creek & Capt. James Goodbee; SE on James Goodbee; S on Col. John Herbert; W on land lately sold by Charles Pinckney for a free school in St. James Parish; N on Job howes & Arthur Middleton; which 488a consists of 2 tracts, the E tract of 240a having been purchased by Charles Pinckney from Alexander Goodbee & Anna his wife, & John Daniel, Esq.; the W tract of 248a being part of 548a which Pinckney purchased from Benjamin Godin, Esq. To be redeemed by payment of certain sums on certain dates. Wit: William Davy, Ann Blakewey. Before Robert Austin, J.P & Pub. Reg.

2-29=23 Mar 1738 Francis Varambaut & wf Martha to Anthony Portevine, Berkeley, 400a bounding E on Col. Robert Daniel.

2-33=W-211 3 Jan 1699 mentions Robert Daniel in group authorized 16 Aug 1698 to sell & grant. **This grant signed by Robert Daniel.

2-35=W-256 30 Nov & 1 Dec 1733 mentions the Hon. Robert in grp auth to grant.

2-40=W-421 6 & 7 Apr 1742 mentions Robert Daniel in grp that granted 14 Apr 1710.

2-47=X-147 4 & 5 May 1742 mentions Robert Daniel, Dep. Gov. in Grp that granted Dec 1716.

2-50=X-251 25 Aug 1742 Harris to Smith, lot #220 in Charleston, bounding N on John Daniel's tenement.

2-53=X-393 6 & 7 Dec 1742 mentions Dep. Gov. Robert Daniell et al that granted 22 Jun 1716.

2-57=Y-58 15 & 16 Feb 1733 mentions Hon. Robert Daniel in grp that granted 17 Dec 1714.

2-58=Y-91 no date By warrent from Dep. Gov. Robert Daniell, dated 23 Jul 1717, Francis Yonge, Sur. Gen. had surveyed for Joseph Parmenter, 1 lot #45 in Beaufort, Granville Co., bounding S on lot #15; W on Carteret Street; N on lot #44; E on lot #48. Certified 25 Jul.

2-58=Y-92 8 Aug 1717 The Hon. Col. Robert Daniell, Dep. Gov., & the Lords Proprs. Samuel Eveleigh, Franics Yonge, Charles hart, & George Chicken to Joseph Parmenter, lot #45 in Beaufort, Granville co. Recorded in Secretary's office 9 Aug 1717, fol. 413 by John Croft, Dep. Sec. James Home, Register.

2-64=Y-299 9 May 1743 Harris to Wainwright, both of St. Philip's Parish, part of lot #222 on the Green, ...bounding N on tenement of John Daniel.

2-69=Y-452 15 & 16 May 1743 mentions Col. Robert Daniell, Dep. Gov. in grp that granted 13 Jun 1716.

2-71=Y-506 10 & 11 Jun 1743 Trott to Frankland,lot #113, Charleston, E bound leading up to Capt. Daniel's swamp.

2-73=Z-10 27 & 28 Jan 1742 Sarah Blakewey, lately of Charleston, widow, devisee, residuary legatee, & sole executrix of will of William Blakewey, Esq., by her attorney, Charles Pinckney, to Noah Serre, planter, of Craven Co., for 400 British, the S part of a part of lot #33 fronting E 50 ft. on the Bay of Charleston, formerly occupied by the Hon. John Hammerton; bounding S 206-1/2 ft. on Isaac Holmes; W on John Simmons; N on the part sold by William Blakewey to the Hon. Joseph Wragg; also the shole land before the same, down to low water mark. Whereas William Blakewey owned the S part of lot #33, fronting E 78 ft. on the Bay & running the full depth of the lot, & also owned the shole land in front; & whereas by will dated 1 Jul 1727 he ordered the land sold & the money applied to payment of his debts; making his wife Sarah residuary legatee & appointing Sarah, his wife, & John Daniell, executrix & executor; & whereas Sarah paid off the debts; now she sells part of the lot to Noah Serre. Wit: Francis Guichard, Thomas Pinckney. Before Henry Gibbes, J.P. James Mickie, D.P.R.

2-79=Z14 Mar 1716/7 mentions Dep. Gov. Robert Daniel in grp that granted 23 Jan 1716.

2-80=Z-254 25 Jan 1743 mentions warrant from Dep. Gov. Robert Daniel 29 Sep 1716.

2-81=Z-286 9 & 10 Jul 1747 George Hunter, gentleman, to John Daniel, shipwright, both of Charleston, for 600 currency, part of lot #A in Charleston bounding E on Cooper River; N on the part occupied by the Public Fortifications, Granvill, Bastion, & a brick wall & by a wooden bridge over part of the marsh of said lot; S on part of the lot; W on a creek now filed [sic] up but nearly represented by the straight line marked SE 06-1/2 in plat; as by lines colored yellow in plat of part of Lot A. Whereas the Lorts Proprs. on 5 Mar 1680 granted Sir Peter Colleton, baronet; Thomas Colleton, Esq.; & Landgrave James Colleton, lot #A in Charleston with all the marsh belonging thereto, bounding N on lot #1; S on a little creek running out of Cooper River; W tending N; E on Cooper River; W on part of said creek; original grant recorded in Book G fol. 130; which lot A by several mesne conveyances came to John Colleton, of Fairlawn Barony, St. Johns Parish, Berkeley Co., who, by L & R dated 13 & 14 Jul 1736 conveyed to George Hunter; now Hunter sells to Daniel. Wit: George Saxby, John Wragg, John Rattray. Before Jacob Motte, J.P. James Mickie, D.P.R.

2-81=Z-294 30 Apr & 1 May 1744 Joshua Wilks, planter, (son & heir of Joshua Wilks) & Joan his wife, of Christ church Parish to John Daniel, merchant, of Charleston, for 2400 SC money, 600a, bounding E on James Allen; W on col. Robert Brewton, Sr., & Robert Brewton, Jr.; S on Joshua Wilks & Rowser's Creek; N on a great marsh of Wando River; also 170a in Berkeley Co., bounding S on Jacob Bond; W & N on the 600a; E on Jacob Bond & Wando Church. Whereas the Lords Proprs. on 22 Mar 1682 granted John Stephenson 600a on Wando River; bounding E on Martha Smallwood & Mary McMervil; S on Rowsers Creek; Martha Smallwood & William Wilkinson; W on Clement Browne; N on marsh; & whereas, after John Stephenson's death, his wife, Mary (?), inherited the land & afterwards married John Bell, bricklayer, of Berkeley Co., & whereas said John Bell & Ann (?) his wife (formerly wife of John Stephenson) on 27 Jun 1692 sold 200a, part of the 600a, to Joshua Wilks, father of Joshua, party hereto; & whereas said John Bell & Ann his wife, on 29 Oct 1698 conveyed to Joshua Wilks, the father, 400a (the other part of said 600a); & whereas the Lords Proprs. by Sir Nathaniel Johnson conveyed the 600a to Joshua Wilks, son & heir; & whereas the Lords Proprs. on 11 Aug 1677 granted Mary McMervil 170a, English measure, at head of Rowsers Cree, bounding S on marsh; N on land not taken up; W on John Stephenson & Priscilla Sullivan, & land not taken up; & she on 19 May 1688 conveyed the 170a to Nathaniel Law, gentleman, of said Co.; who on 14 Jun 1692 conveyed to Joshua Wilks; & whereas on 5 May 1704 the Lords Proprs. by Sir Nathaniel Johnson conveyed the 170a to Joshua Wilks, son & heir; now he conveys the 2 tracts to John Daniel. Wit: John Rattray, James Grindley. Before Jacob Motte, J.P. James Mickie, D.P.R.

2-84=Z-401 6 Dec 1718 mentions Robert Daniel in grp of Lords Proprs that granted 10 Mar 1714.

2-87=Z-488 15 & 16 Jul 1743 Lionel Chalmers, practitioner in physic, of Berkeley Co., to Sarah Stoutenburgh (late Sarah McKenzie) & John McKenzie, merchant, of Charleston, executrix & executor of will of William McKenzie, merchant, of Charleston, as security on a debt, 460a on SW side Wando River. Whereas the Lords Proprs. on 11 May 1699 granted Francis Gracia 460a on SE side Wando River, in Berkeley Co., bounding NE & SE on a creek; W & SW on vacant land; which by deed of feoffment dated 18 Oct 1708 Francis Gracia, joiner, & Elizabeth his wife, conveyed to George Logan, Esq., of Charleston; & he, by will dated 18 Mar 1719 devised the 460a to his son, Patrick Logan, or by default of heirs, to his daughter Helen; & whereas Patrick died without heirs & Helen inherited; & she married Robert Daniel, Esq., & by L & R dated 31 Jan 7 Feb [sic] 1727 they conveyed the tract to Thomas Cooper, Esq., of Charleston; who by L & R dated 1 & 2 mar 1727 conveyed to Martha Logan, spinster of Berkeley Co., eldest daughter of George Logan; & whereas she married Lionel Chalmers, & by L & R dated 29 & 30 Jul 1743 they conveyed the land to William Carr, Pettiagua man; who by L & R dated 31 Jul & 1 Aug 1743 conveyed to Lionel Chalmers, surgeon, who, this date gave bond to Sarah Stoutenburgh & John McKenzie in penal sum of 3304:3 for payment of 1652:1:6 currency, with interest, on 3 Jul next; now he conveys the land to them as security. Wit: James Mickie, William Playters. Before George Haig, J.P. James Mickie, D.P.R. On 14 Feb 1748/9 Sarah Stoutenburgh acknowledged full satisfaction of mortgage. Wit: William Hopton.

2-97=AA-267 23 Mar 1743 Owen to Owen, lot #115, 67 ft square, bounding N on Tradd Street; W on Lewis Pacquereau; S on John Daniel (formerly Thomas Holton); E on King Street leading to the Broad Path.

2-109=BB-74 26 & 27 Jun 1743 Dep Gov. Robert Daniel granted in 1717

2-110=BB-82 9 & 10 May 1745 Cooper to Peronneau [a P= md. a D= later], lots #188-189, #79 mentions bdg W on Col. Robt Daniel in 1713 conveyance

2-112=BB-139 18 &19 Aug 1745 Croft to Hamilton, lot in Charleston bdg S on John Daniell.

2-113=BB-171 2 & 3 Aug 1745 Mrs. mary Smith, widow of Landgrave Thomas Smith, to John Daniel, ship carpenter, of Charleston, for 1400 SC money part of lot #1 at S end of the Bay, fronting E on the Bay; bounding S on the brick wall that joins Granville Bastion, & on the piles of a small bridge; W on marsh; N on part same lot belonging to heirs of George Smith. Wit: James Reid, John Rattray. Before Robert Austin, J.P. James Home, Pub. Reg.

2-114=BB-212 10 & 11 Aug 1744 Brewton to George Heskett, shipwright, for 2000 SC money, part of half the lot #14 fronting S 20 ft. on Broad Street; bounding W 110 ft on John Daniel's house & lot; N on Edward Croft; E on house & lot belonging to estate of John King....

2-118=BB-293 10 Jan 1745 George Heskett, shipwright, to his son-in-law John Daniell, shipwright, both of Charleston, for love & affection, 5 currency, & other considerations, part of a lot in Charleston, bounding E 26 ft. on part of same lot belonging to Capt. King; N 22-1/2 ft. on George Hamilton; W on John Daniell; S on George Heskett. Wit: George (X) hamilton; John Remington. Wit. to possession & seizin: Adrian Loyer, John Cowden, George Hamilton & John Remington. Before james Home, J.P. & Pub. Reg.

2-123=BB-389 19 & 21 Oct 1732 Robert Hume, attorney-at-law, of St. Philip's Parish, Charleston, to Alexander Hume, gentleman, of London. includes 84a which Hume bought from Robert Daniell, Esq., & Helen his wife.

2-135=CC-243 12 Nov 1746 Provost Marshall Rawlins Lowndes, to John Daniel, ship carpenter, of Charleston. Whereas Robert Hume, gentleman, of Charleston owned part of lot #42 fronting S 31 ft. on Broad Street, bounding W on Mr. De St. Julien; N on Mrs. Watson; E on John MacKenzie; & by will dated 16 Dec 1736 appointed his brother Peter his executor; & whereas Robert Hume gave bond dated 31 Oct 1735 to his brother Alexander Hume, merchant, of London, in penal sum of 5000 British for payment of 2572:10 British, & whereas by act of Parliment by divers Prorogations held at Westminster, Co. of Middlesex, on 13 Jan 1731, it was enacted that after the 19 Sep 1732, the houses, Negroes, real estate, etc., within the plantations of a debtor should be liable for the satisfaction of debts due H.M. subjects; & whereas Alexander Hume, after Robert's death, impleaded Peter as executor in an action for recovery of said 5000 sterling & obtained a judgment for that amount, & costs; & in consequence a writ of freri facias dated 12 Aug 1746 was issued; now Provost marshall Rawlins Lowndes, for 1800 currency, conveys to John Daniel, the highest bidder at public auction, the part of lot #42 & the houses thereon, fronting 31 ft. on Broad Street. Wit: John Rattray, James Grindlay. Before Othniel Beale, J.P.

2-140=CC-335 [may just be a chain mention, not sure yet] 15 & 16 Jun 1744 Alexander Hume, of London, (brother & devisee in will of Robert Hume, attorney-at-law, of St. Philip's Parish, Charleston, SC) by his attorneys James Abercromby, Richard Hill, & John Guerard, merchants, of Charleston; to George Saxby, Esq., of Charleston; for 500 British, 184-1/2a in Berkeley Co., SC, on Charleston Neck; & 100a of adjoining marsh land; marked A on the plat; also 84a on Charleston Neck, adjoining the 284-1/2a, marked B on the plat; making 368-1/2a. Whereas Gilson Clapp, merchant, & Margaret his wife, of Berkeley Co., by L & R dated 1 & 2 Sep 1726 (reciting that Gilson then owned 4 adjoining tracts, 1 tract of 112a; 1 of 13a; 1 of 39-1/2a; & 1 of 10a; total 174-1/2a, on Charleston Neck, bounding N on Col. Robert Johnson; S on Charles Hart; W on the highway leading from Charleston; E on marsh of Cooper River; which 174-1/2a he conveyed to Robert Hume & whereas Charles Hart, Esq., of Berkeley Co., by L & R dated 21 & 22 -- 1728 sold to Robert Hume 10a on Charleston Neck, bounding N on the Broad Road; all other sides on Robert Hume; whereas Alexander Trench, gentleman, Granville Co., sold to Robert Hume 100a of marsh land on Charleston Neck adjoining the 174-1/2a, thus making 1 tract of 284-1/2a, according to Plat A attached to a lease dated 15 Jun 1744 between the attorneys of Alexander Hume & George Saxby; & whereas Landgrave Robert Daniel, Esq., & Helen his wife, of Berkeley Co., by L & R dated 1 & 2 Sep 1726 sold to Robert Hume 84a on Charleston Neck, bounding N on Jonathan Condon (formerly John Watkins) E on the Broad Path; S on Cartwright; W on marsh & Cartwright; according to plat B attached to said lease; & whereas Robert Hume who died in 1737 by will dated 16 Dec 1736 bequeathed to Alexander Hume, his brother party hereto, all the land he had bought from Gilson Clapp, Charles Hart & the 100a of marsh purchased from Trench out of Bayly's patent, also the 84a; & whereas said Alexander Hume, of London, by letter of attorney dated at London 5 Aug 1743 appointed James Abercromby, Richard Hill & John Guerard his attorneys to dispose of all the lands formerly owned by Robert Hume; now they sell the 368-1/2a to Saxby. Wit: Robert Hill, James Wright. Before Othniel Beale, J.P. John Beale, Register.

2-156=DD-105 10 & 11 Aug 1746 mentions Robert Daniel in grp as Lords Proprs in 1710 grant.

2-160=DD-190 27 & 28 Jan 1747 Francis Bremar, of Charleston, to James Bremar, of St. Thomas Parish, Berkeley Co., 1025a on St. Thomas Parish; bounding N on James Bremar, Samuel Simons, Andrew Deveaux, & John Daniel....

2-162=DD-247 9 & 10 Mar 1747 Skene to Purry, lots in Beaufort. mentions 1717 grant by Hon. Col. Robert Daniell & other trustees (of Lords Proprs.)

2-164=DD-300 14 Jun 1748 Simonds of Bladen NC to Pinckney of Charleston, lot #200 in Charleston, bounding E on a marsh at the head of Maj. Daniel's Creek in 1694 grant.

2-165=DD-341 2 Dec 1747 Stephen Bedon, Jr., merchant, of Charleston, to Isaac Nicholas, planter, of Stono, as security on bond of even date in penal sum of 4000currency, with interest, on 1 Jan 1748; 549a & marsh on Daniell's Island, formerly belonging to Robert Daniell, Esq., now to Stephen Bedon, Jr; also all cattle, horses, sheep, hogs, plantation tools, boats, etc. Wit: Henry Bedon, George Bedon. Before Thomas Dale, J.P. John Beale, D.P.R.

2-173=EE-154 21 & 22 Jan 1747 Lionel Chalmers, surgeon, of Christ Church Parish, Berkeley Co., & Martha his wife (lately Martha Logan, niece & devisee of patrick Logan, gentleman, son & devisee of col. George Logan, Esq., all of same place), to Alexander Peronneau, merchant, of Charleston, for 2250 currency, 460a on SE side Wando River. Whereas William, Earl of Craven, Palatine, & the Lords Proprs. on 11 May 1699, by the Hon. Joseph Blake & other trustees, granted Francis Gracia 460a, English measure, in Berkeley Co., bounding NNW on Wando River; NE on a creek; SE on the creek; W & SW on George Logan; & whereas Francis Gracia & Elizabeth his wife by deed of feoffment dated 18 Oct 1708 conveyed the 460a to George Logan; who, by will dated 18 Mar 1719 bequeathed the tract to his son Patrick Logan with the proviso that should Patrick die without issue then daughter Helen to inherit; & whereas patrick died without heirs but by will dated 18 Oct 1726 bequeathed to his niece Martha Logan, Jr. (daughter of Martha Logan); now Martha Chalmers, party hereto, the residue of his real & personal estate; & whereas after Patrick's death doubts arose as to the validity of the devise in George Logan's will; to remove such doubts Helen & her husband, Robert Daniel, by L & R dated 31 Jan & 1 Feb 1727 conveyed the 460a to Thomas Cooper, Esq., of Charleston, who, by L & R dated 1 & 2 Mar 1727, for 500 currency, conveyed to Martha Logan, spinster, eldest daughter of George Logan; now she & her husband sell to Perronneau. Wit: Elizabeth Pinckney, The Hon. Charles Pinckney. Before william Pinckney, J.P. John Beale, Register.

2-177=EE-165 9 & 10 Feb 1748 estate of John Daniel in list of creditors in mortgage to pay debts of William Yeomans.

2-179=EE-230 17 7 18 Jan 1748 Fisher to Wells, both of St. Thomas Parish, Berkeley Co; land on N side Wando River, bdg N on Robert Daniell; also on Alston, Beresfor, Wells.

2-182=FF-22 26 & 27 Feb 1747 Branford to Allston. mentions landgrave Robert Daniell was granted 7 Mar 1698 & he ran out 1280a in Craven Co., sold to Smith...

2-190=FF-193 26 Feb 1746 Ann Ellery, widow, of St Johns to Charles Pinckney, Esq., of Charleston. all her marsh or low water land in Colleton Square on S side of the canal, known by letter "g" in plan of Square, bdg S on Landgrave Daniell's lot...

2-192=FF-221 18 Mar 1746 George Logan, of Cape Fear, NC, to Lionel Chalmers, of Berkeley Co., SC, as security on bond of even date in penal sum of 1500 for payment of 750 currency, with interest, on 18 Mar 1745; 620a in Berkeley Co. Wit: Sarah Daniell, John Daniell. Before William Forbes, J.P. for New Hanover Co. William Hopton, Register.

2-192=FF-222 17 & 18 Mar 1746 George Logan, gentleman, of Cape Fear, NC, to Lionel Chalmers, surgeon, of Berkeley Co., as security on above bond (p221); 620a in Berkeley Co., on E side Wando River, bounding E on Lionel Chalmers; S on Col. Thomas Lynch. Wit: Sarah Daniell, John Daniell. Before William Forbes, J.P. for New Hanover Co. William Hopton, Register. On 11 Jan 1754 Lionel Chalmers declared mortgage paid in full. Wit: William Hopton.

2-192=FF-231 4 Dec 1749 George Logan, Jr., of Christ Church Parish, having purchased the mortgaged land, agrees to pay George Logan, Sr.'s bond to Lionel Chalmers, surgeon. Wit: Helen Trewin, John Logan. Before Jacob Motte, J.P. William Hopton, Register. (see p2220.

2-200=GG-63 5 & 6 May 1749 Daniel Conawy, & Ann his wife (formerly Ann Daniel, lately Ann Goodbee, widow of Alexander Goodbee), to John Cart, both of Charleston, as security on bond dated 30 Apr 1748 (signed also by James Mackrellis & Peter Fisher, of Charleston) in sum of 540 for payment of 270 SC money, with interest, on 30 Apr 1749 (?); 380a on E side Cooper River, in St. Thomas parish, Berkeley Co., part of 2 tracts of 1005a granted by the Lords Proprs. to Solomon Bremar & by several mesne conveyances came to Alexander Goodbe; according to plat of 380a attached to bill of sale dated 31 Jan 1723 from Peter Bremar to Daniel Trezevant. Wit: Peter Manigault, Robert Williams, Jr. Before John Rattry, J.P. William Hopton, Register. On 3 Sep 1751 John Cart declared mortgage satisfied. Wit: William Hopton, Register.

2-208=GG-285 30 & 31 Mar 1747 Waties to Pinckney & Peronneau, lots @201, 202, 203, 206 in Charleston. In grant of 1694 bdg E on a marsh at head of Col. Daniel's Creek; & W on the Great Street leading from Oyster Point to the Market Place by Capt. Simmond's lots....

2-210=GG-320 Mackenzie to Watson & Michie, includes lot #42 in Charleston bdg W on heirs of John Daniel (formerly Robert Hume)....

2-227=HH-277 15 Jul 1740 Grant from George II by Lt. Gov. William Bull to Patrick & James Dannielle, 100a in Craven Co., Queensborough Township (50a to each), bounding NE on purchased land; NW on Lynch's Lake; SE & SW on vacant land; also lot #76. Wit: Alexander Cramahe, C.C. Recorded in Secretary's Book EE fol 21 by William George Freeman, Dep. Sec. William Hopton, Register. Plat certified 11 Nov 1737 by James St. John, Sur. Gen., according to warrant issued 15 Sep 1736 by Lt. Gov. Thomas Broughton.

2-228=HH-315 29 & 30 Nov 1750 Pawley to Allston, in chain of title: 18 Jun 1711 granted to Robert Daniel 24,000a, of which a tract of 1490a was situated on Waccamaw Neck in Prince George Parish, Craven Co., bounding E on marsh of the seashore; W on Waccamaw River; N on Archibald Johnston; S on Samuel Allston, son of John Allston; & whereas Robert Daniel on 19 Jun 1711 sold the lands to Thomas Smith....

2-250=KK-95 Adam Daniel wit. for Samuel West, Charles West, & John Ainger.

2-274=MM-61 18 & 19 Sep 1751 Braggins to Buchanan, mentions Lt. Gov. Robert Daniel on 28 Feb 1717 appointed Grace Jackson executrix of husband John Jackson.

2-280=MM-164 30 & 31 Aug 1721 George Logan, planter, & Martha his wife, of Berkeley Co., to Joseph Wragg, merchant, of Charleston, for 500 currency, that part of lot #33 in on [sic] the Bay of Charleston, bounding E 78 ft. on Cooper River; N 210 ft. (or more) on Mrs. Ann Daniel; S on Thomas Dymes; also that piece of land fronting said lot, from the wall of fortification of said town to low water mark. Whereas the Lords Proprs. on 13 Mar 1693/4 sold James Moore lot #33 in Charleston, shich on 16 Mar 1693 Moore sold to Capt. William Hawett; who on 16 Oct 1696 sold to Robert Daniel of Berkeley Co., who on 10 Jul 1704 appointed Charles Burnham of Berkeley Co., his attorney, to assign to his son Capt. Robert Daniel & his wife Sarah, for & during their natural lives & no longer, 2 lots in Charlest [sic]; & whereas Burnham therefore on 20 May 1705 turned 2 lots over to said Capt. Robert Daniel & his wife, Sarah; & whereas Robert Daniel, the father, by will dated 1 May 1718 bequeathed to his wife Martha (now Martha Logan) after the death of said Sarah, the said 2 lots #33 & #34; & whereas Sarah Daniel, wife of Robert, on 16 Apr 1719 surrendered her interest in the lots to Martha Daniel; & whereas by L & R at the marriage of Martha Daniel & Col. George Logan, lot #33 was settled in trust for the use of Martha Daniel, Jr., (now Martha Logan, wife of said George Logan, Jr.); now George Logan & Martha his wife sell lot #33 to Wragg. Wit: Sarah Blakewey, Thomas Dymes, Robert Hume. Before Robert Austin, J.P. William Hopton, Register.

2-286=MM-265 27 & 28 Mar --[see next] John Daniell, gentleman, of New Hanover Co., NC & Sarah his wife, to George Logan & Lionel Chalmers, of Berkeley Co., executors of estate Martha Logan in trust for Martha Logan, for 300 SC money, that piece of low water mark land on Bay of Charleston, bounding E 78 ft. on Cooper River; N & S on other low water lots belonging to John Daniel; W on lot given to Martha my marriage settlement from her mother Martha Logan, now deceased, now in possession of Joseph Wragg; which low water lands on 10 Dec 1714 were granted by Gov. Charles Craven to Col. Robert Daniell, who bequeathed them to his wife Martha, who on 18 Feb 1736 conveyed to John Daniell. Wit: Henry Shaw, William (X) Hankinson. Memo: It is hereby provided that John Daniell grants no other right or title than he stands invested with by deed dated 18 Feb 1736 given him by his mother Martha Logan. Before William Forbes, J.P. of New Hanover Co., NC. William Hopton, Register.

2-286=MM-270 28 Mar 1747 John Daniell to George Logan & Lionel Chalmers, executors, in trust for Martha Logan, to estate of her mother, Martha Logan; a full discharge as executors. Wit: Henry Shaw, William Hopton. Before Robert Austin, J.P. William Hopton, Register.

2-316=OO-187 8 & 9 May 1749 Robert Daniel, planter, to Anthony Bonneau, planter, both of Berkeley Co., for 900 SC money, 590a in Berkeley Co., bounding S on Messrs. Berrisford, Samuel Wells, Joseph Warnock & Anthony Bonneau; E on Isaac Guerin & Anthony Bonneau; N on Lewis Mouzon, Sr., & John Lesesne; W on John Lesesne & Alexander Peronneau. Whereas the Lords proprs. granted John Russ, planter, of Berkeley Co., 590a in Berkeley Co., which he bequeathed to his son Thomas Russ; who sold to Robert Daniel, father of Robert Daniel, party hereto; who by will dated 1 Jun 1732 bequeathed his real & personal estate, except as excepted, to his son Robert; now he sells the land to Bonneau. Wit: Joseph Warnock, Samuel Drake, David Fogartie. Before Francis Lejau, J.P. william Hopton, Register.

2-329=OO-529 10 & 11 Aug Backshell to Lovekin, Robert Daniel, Dep. Gov. in 1716/7 gave warrant for original grant.

2-335=OO-697 10 Jan 1754 James Daniel wit. for Weston to Howell, land in Craven, N side Congaree River...

2-337=PP-1 19 & 20 Mar 1740 Lt. Gov. William Bull, Othniel Beale, David Hext, Isaac Holmes, & Isaac Mazyck, Esq., having been appointed, by an act of the General Assembly, passed 17 Jun 1746, trustees for preserving the fortifications & for appropriating certain surplus lands in Charleston, & whereas it was declared in said act that on a resurvey it was found that certain surplus lands near Queen Street, in NW part of Schenckinghs Square, as endorsed by yellow lines on a certain plat in the Secretary's office, should be in the hands of said trustees, to be sold within 18 months at public auction, & the money used to pay the owners of lots 248 & 249 taken up by the ditch & rampart, the surplus money to be placed in the hands of the public treasuree; now having divided the surplus land into 4 parcels, according to plat, they sell to William Webb, merchant, of Charleston, the highest bidder, for 660 currency, the SE parcel, #3, bounding E 49 ft on Old Church or Meeting House Street; S 230 ft. on Mrs. Bourgard; W on part purchased by John Daniel; No on part purchased by Henry peronneau. Wit: Charles Pinckney, Samuel Prioleau, Jr. Before John Dart, J.P. William Hopton, Register. Plat of surplas [sic] land bounding E about 98-1/2 ft. on Old Church Street, W 132 ft. on King Street; S about 460 ft on Mrs. Bogar; N 460 ft. on Dr. Martin; lots #1 & #2 purchased by John Daniel; lot #3 by William Webb; lot #4 by Henry Peronneau.

2-337=PP-7 14 Jul 1749 Rawlins Lowndes, P.M. [Provost Marshall], to James Irving. above land sold to satisfy Webb's debts. mentions bdg W on John Daniel.

2-340=PP-88 12 &13 Sep 1753 Walker to Rattray. 105a (half of 210a) granted to Col. Robert Daniel, on Thomas Island, bounding NW on Watcoe Creek; SW on John Durham; SE on heirs of Richard Codner; NE on Richard Codner being the other half of said 210a....

2-347=PP-355 25 & 26 Jan 1749 Richard Capers, William Bennison, & Richard Bennison, executors of will of George Bennison, gentleman, of Christ Church Parish, Berkeley Co., to Robert Daniel, of same Parish, for 600 currency, 400a, called the White House, bounding W on Richard Caper; S on John Hollybush; N on salt marsh; E on Richard Rowser (formerly as part of same tract). Whereas George Bennison, by will dated 15 Sep 1747, in order to settle his debts, desired his executors to sell White House Plantation; which he had purchased from his son, George Bennison, & another tract of 492a known as the Swamp Plantation, & appointed as executors his brother Richard Capers, & his sons William Bennison & Richard Bennison; now the executors are obliged to sell White House Plantation & apply the money towards payment of said debts. Wit: Jonah Bonhoste, Charles Capers, John Bennett. Before John Rutledge, J.P. William Hopton, Register.

2-350=PP-455 13 & 14 Dec 1731 Alexander Goodbee, planter, of Berkeley Co., to John Daniel & George Logan, gentlemen, as trustees, 380a in St. Thomas Parish. Whereas on 8 & 9 Dec 1725 a marriage was intended between Alexander Goodbee & Ann Daniel, 1 of the daughters of Martha Logan, widow of Col. Robert Daniel, & in consideration of a marriage portion given Goodbee, & to settle a competent maintenance for Ann, & for other considerations, Goodbee by L & R dated 8 & 9 Dec 1725 conveyed to William Blakeway & John Daniel, as trustees, 340a in St. James Goose Creek Parish, Berkeley Co., bounding NW on Robert How (now Thomas Clifford); SW on Benjamin Godin & the Hon. Archibald Middleton; W on Col. John Herbert; in trust for the use of Goodbee during his life & afterwards for Ann Daniel; & whereas John Daniel, the surviving trustee, with the consent of Alexander & Ann Goodbee, has agreed to reconvey the 340a to Goodbee; now Alexander, in consideration of Ann's consenting to reconvey said tract to him, & in consideration of the marriage portiona he received, & for her better support, conveys to Daniel & Logan, as trustees, 380a on E side Cooper River; in St. Thomas parish, Berkeley Co., part of 2 tracts of 1005a granted by the Lords Proprs. to solomon Bremar, & by several mesne conveyances being vested in Goodbee; the 380a bounding according to bill of sale dated 31 Jan 1723 from Peter Bremar to Daniel Trezvant; Goodbee to have the use of the property during his lifetime; then Ann. Wit: Martha Logan, Jr., Andrew Shapely, Lewis Daniel Brebant. Before William Hopton, J.P. & Pub. Reg.

2-352=PP-487 24 & 25 Apr 1750 Daniel Conway, of Charleston, & Ann his wife (lately Ann Goodbee), to Isaac Lesesne (Lessene), planter, for 270 currency, 380a on E side Cooper River, in St. Thomas Parish, Berkeley Co., part of 2 tracts of 1005a originally granted by the Lords proprs. to Solomon Bremar & by several mesne conveyances vested in Alexander Goodbee, according to plat attached to bill of sale dated 30 Jan 1723 from Peter Bremar to Daniel Trezvant. Whereas by deed of settlement dated 14 Dec 1731 Alexander Goodbee, planter, of Berkeley Co., conveyed the above tract to John Daniel & George Logan, gentlemen, in trust for said Alexander Goodbee during his lifetime, then in trust for said Ann; now she & her present husband, Daniel Conway, sell to Lessene. Wit: Robert Williams, Jr., James Grindlay. Before Lionel Chalmers, J.P. William Hopton, Reg.

2-356=PP-619 30 May 1755 Adam Daniel & John Daniel, sons of John Daniel of Charleston, of 1st part; & Thomas Smith, merchant, of Charleston, & Mary his wife, formerly widow of said John Daniel, executors of will of said John Daniel, of 2nd part. Whereas John Daniel, by will dated 12 Jul 1747, amongst other things, bequeathed to his 3 children, Adam, John, & Mary, all his real estate & a considerable part of his personal estate, & ordered all his real estate divided by his executrix & executor equally amongst said children when 21, & should 1 die before reaching 21 that childs portion to be equally divided between the others; & whereas both Adam & John have reached 21 years & are willing to divide the real estate at the discretion of Thomas & Mary Smith; & whereas Mary, the daughter, has lately married John Parker, planter, but has not yet reached 21 years, but her brothers desire to place her 1/3 interest in the hands of Thomas & Mary Smith, as trustees, now it is mutually agreed that Thomas & Mary Smith may divide the residuary real & personal estate & allot shares to Adam, John & Mary; & whereas for finishing & repairing certain buildings & houses in Charleston, it became necessary for said Mary Smith, during her widowhood & for Thomas & Mary Smith since their marriage, to pay out a considerable part of the estate & moneys of testator, so that an equal division of the real estate cannot be made without injury to 1 or more of the children & devisee; & it is expedient that all parties should agree that division should be made with discretion, rather than exactly; & Adam & John agree that the allotments made by Thomas & Mary Smith shall be final & binding; now they relinquish all claim to Mary Parker's third part; with provisoes in case of her death. Wit: Solomon Isaacs, Joseph Allston, David Brown, Lambert Lance. Before James Grindley, J.P. William Hopton, Register.

2-357=PP-625 12 Jun 1755 Thomas Smith, merchant, of Charleston, & Mary his wife, formerly widow of John Daniel, ship carpenter, & executrix of his will, of 1st part; Adam Daniel, planter, eldest son of said John Daniel, of 2nd part; John Daniel, planter, youngest son of John Daniel, of 3rd part; & John parker, planter, & Mary his wife, only daughter of said John Daniel, of 4th part. See above agreement for details. In order to divide John Daniels residuary real & personal estate with discretion rather than with exactitude, all being agreed, the estate amounting to 22,500 SC currency, & whereas Adam in consideration of his allotment has agreed to pay John, his brother 3480 currency, to cover inequality; now Thomas & Mary Smith, as executors, allot to Adam the lands; tenements, etc., listed in schedule A, enclosed with a double black line, & valued at 10,980 currency, out of which he is entitled to receive 7,500 currencey; that is; lot #1 on S end of the Bay, bounding E on the Bay; S on the brick wall that joins Granville Bastion & on the spiles per small bridge; W on marsh; N on part of lot #1, occupied by John Cooper; also the part of lot #1 remaining unimproved & bounding N on heirs of George Smith; also that part of a lot S of lot #1, known as A in the plat at Charleston, bounding E on Cooper River; S on part said lot; W on a creek now filled up but represented in plat attached to release of said land by George Hunter to John Daniel; also part of lot #115, bounding E 32 ft. on King Street; S 100 ft. on a house formerly belonging to Thomas Holton; N on part said lot belonging to Edward Vanvelsen; W on part same lot' also part of lot #42 bounding S 31 ft. on Broad Street; W on mr. De St. Julien; N on Mr. Watson; E on John McKenzie; also the corner part of lot #14 bounding S 19 ft. 3 in. on Broad Street; W 83 ft. on Union Street; E on part same lot formerly occupied by John Beswick; N on John Daniel's estate allotted to Mary Parker; also half of an adjoining back piece of land as occupied by Mr. Moran, which was granted by George Heskett to John Daniel; also the piece of ground bounding E 118 ft. on King Street; S 230 ft. on Dr. Martin; W on Mr. Webb & Henry peronneau; N on Barnard Elliott; with all houses, buildings, etc., on said parcels of ground, to the full value of 10,980 currency; subject to the payment to John of 3480 currency for equality of partition; & Thomas & Mary Smith allot to John Daniel, 837a on Wando River, valued at 2000 currency & composed of 3 tracts of 600a, 170a, & 67a, formerly belonging to Joshua Wilks, who sold to John Daniel, the father; also the 3480 paid by Adam; also 2020 currency; total 7500, his full share; marked B in schedule & enclosed within double red lines on plat; & Thomas & Mary Smith allot to Mary Parker the N part of corner lot #14 in Charleston, bounding W 37 ft on Union Street; No on Edward Croft; S on Adam Daniel; E on Capt. King; which includes the other half of the back piece conveyed by George Heskett to John Daniel, the father; with all houses, etc., to value of 1200 currency; also 6300 currency; total 7500; according to schedule marked C & enclosed by single black line; each declares the division just & satisfactory. Wit: Solomon Isaacs, Thomas Crossthwaite, William Scott. Before James Grindlay, J.P. William Hopton, Register. Schedule given shows value of estate 22,500 currency. "A" includes: part lot #1 occupied by John Cooper, 3000; N part lot #1, unimproved, 600; part low water lot adjoining the above southward, 300; part lot #115 on Kin Street, 300; part lot #42 on Broad Street, with 2 brick tenements, 2365; part lot #14, including tenement on Union Street, adjoining northward, 3385; part lot on King Street, 1030; total 10980; cash to John Daniel, 3480; balance 7500; schedule "B"; 837a on Wando River 2000; cash from Adam Daniel, 3480; from testator's personal estate, 2020; total 7500; schedule "C"; N part of piece of lot #14 on Broad Street including other part of back lot formerly belonging to George Hesket, 1200; cash from personal estate, 6300; total 7500.

2-358 PP-635 1 & 2 Jan 1755 William Lloyd, merchant, & Martha his wife, to Thomas Smith, merchant, of Charleston, as security on bond of even date in penal sum of 5600 for payment of 2800 currency, on 1 Jul next; 817a in Christ Church Parish, Berkeley Co., bounding W on Wando River & George Logan; N on George Logan & vacant marsh; E on Arnuldus Vanderhorst; S on John Rutledge; which 817a formerly belonged to Thomas Lynch, & purchased by William Lloyd from said Thomas Smith; reseving to Thomas Lynch the burying ground of his father as now railed in. Wit: Robert Williams, Jr., Christopher. Before William Murray, J.P. William Hopton, Register. On 23 Apr 1759 Thomas Smith declared mortgage paid in full. Wit: William Hopton. [does this help relate above John Daniel to the Robert Daniel?]

2-359=PP-663 20 Jun 1755 Adam Daniel, planter, to John Paul Grimke, jeweler, of Charleston, for 5750 currency, part of lot #42 in Charleston, bounding S 31 ft. on Broad Street; W 90 ft. on Mr. De St. Julien; N on Mrs. Watson; E on John McKensie; also the corner part of lot #14 bounding S 19 ft. 3 in. on Broad Street; W 83 ft. 6 in. on Union Street; N on Mary Parker; E on Capt. King (now Mrs. Heskett); with all houses, etc. Wit: John Rattray, Charles Pinckney. Before Jacob Motte, J.P. William Hopton, Register. Plat dated 13 Jun 1755 by Robert McMurdy.

2-359=PP-666 20 Jun 1755 Adam Daniel, John Daniel, planters, & Thomas Smith Sr., merchant, of Charleston, give John Paul Grimke, jeweler, of Charleston, bond in penal sum of 5750 currency, that he may quietly enjoy the property conveyed to him (see p663). Wit: John Rattray, Charles Pinckney. Before Jacob Motte, J.P. William hopton, Register. 2-359=PP-679 31 Jul 1755 Adam Daniel, planter, son of John Daniel, to Henry Peronneau, gentleman, for 1030 currency, part of a lot in Charleston, bounding W 107 ft. on King Street; N 231 ft. on Dr. Martin; E on estate of Henry Peronneau; S on Barnard Elliot (see p625). Wit: Thomas Raven, George Jackson. Before james Grindlay, J.P. William Hopton, Register. Plat certified 19 Jul 1755 by William Wilkins, Sur.

3-2=QQ-61 3 Oct 1755 Adam Daniel, planter, son of John Daniel, ship carpenter, of Charleston; to John Rattray, gentleman, for 510 currency, part of lot #115 in Charleston, bounding E 32 ft. on King Street; S 100 ft. on a house & lot of Thomas Holton; N on Edward Vanvelsin. Wit: Samuel Wainwright, George Jackson. Before James Grindlay, J.P. William Hopton, Register.

3-12=QQ-337 26 & 27 Mar 1756 Smith to Pawley. 500a Craven, part of land granted by Lords Proprs. to Robert Daniel with his Landgrave patent; & sold by Robert Daniel to Landgrave Thomas Smith....

3-13=QQ-366 24 & 25 Mar 1756 Smith to Horry. Whereas the Lords Proprs. on 12 Aug 1698 created Robert Daniel a Landgrave with 48,000a of land & he surveyed a tract of 12,000a in Craven Co., as part of the 48,000a, bounding N on Winyaw River; other sides on vacant land; according to plat certified by Thomas Broughton, Sur. Gen., on 4 Apr 1711; which 12,000a were granted by the deputies on 18 Jun 1711 to Robert Daniel; & whereas Robert Daniel on 19 Jun 1711 sold Thomas Smith, Esq., of Goose Creek, 2 baronies containing 24,000a, part of the 48,000, of which the first 12,000a was a part....

3-28=RR-76 6 & 7 Oct 1756 Screven, to Henderson. 262a, part of 379agranted in Apr 1717 by Robert Daniel, Dep. Gov....

3-37=RR-321 15 Jan 1757 Adam Daniel, son of John Daniel, of Charleston, to James Hartley, planter, for 650 currency, part of lot #1 at S end of the Bay in Charleston, bounding N on Mr. Edmonds; E 23 ft. on the Bay; S 144 ft. on other part same lot belonging George Somner; W 21 Ft. on Justinius Stull. Wit: Joseph Ball, Jr., George Jackson. Before John Rattray, J.P. William Hopton, Register.

3-38=RR-360 Smith to Horry. similar description to QQ-366....

3-46=RR-546 5 Apr 1757 mentions Robert Daniel in grp of Lords Proprs in grant in 1714.

3-60=SS-221 Parker to Stone. N part of a corner part of lot #14 in Charleston, bouding W 27 ft. on Union Street; N 45 ft. on Edward Croft; S on Adam Daniel; E on Capt. King....

3-60=SS-224 17 & 18 Nov 1757 Joseph Ash & Richard Cochran Ash, executors, of will of John Daniel, planter, of Wando; to John Rose, ship carpenter, of Christ Church Parish, for 4000 currency, 837a on Wando River. Whereas John Daniel owned 837a on Wando River, in 3 tracts of 600a, 170a, & 67a, formerly belonging to Joshua Wilks, bounding N on creeks & marshes of Wando River; E on Capt. Jacob Bond; S on Rousser's Crees & Col. Robert Brewton; W on Brewton & James Allen (Allin-Alling); NW on Allen; & whereas by will dated 12 May 1757 he appointed his brother Adam Daniel, George Barksdale, Richard Cochran Ash, & Joseph Ash, his executors with authority to sell; but Daniel & Barksdale refused to act; now the other executors sell to Rose. Wit: William Blake, Benjamin Guerard. Before John Rattray, J.P. William Hopton, Register. Plat certified 14 Nov 1757 by William Wilkins, Sur., shows within yellow lines 600a granted John Stevenson; within black lines 170a granted Mrs. Mary McMarvell; & within pricked lines 67a granted Joshua Wilkes.

3-61=SS-239 Walker to Lejau & Lejau, executors of Daniel Huger. part is 105a (part of 210a granted to Col. Robert Daniel) on Thomas Island, Berkeley Co., bounding NW on Wattcoe Creek; SW on John Durham; SE on heirs of Richard Codner; NE on other land of heirs of Richard Codner, the remainder of Col. Daniel's 210a....

3-74=TT-210 22 & 23 Feb 1758 Greene to Bland. lot #141 in Beaufort, granted by Dep. Gov. Robert Daniel to Capt. Daniel Greene 12 Jun 1717.

3-86=TT-545 20 Jun 1713 Allan to Gibbon & Allan. 3 lots in Charleston #188, #189, #79; bounding S on a street leading W from Cooper River by the lands of Col. Robert Daniel, Jonathan Amory, Dr. George Franklin, & Dr. John Hutchinson....

3-94=VV-179 25 & 26 Apr 1759 Norman to Hayes. Robert Daniel in grp of Lords Proprs in grant 1714/5....

3-113=VV-668 4 Sep 1755 Adam Daniel, son of John Daniel, of Charleston, to George Sommers, gentleman, of Charleston, for 3900 currency, part of lot #1 in Charleston at A end of the Bay; bounding W on Justinus Stull; N on part same lot; E 47-1/2 ft. on the Bay; S partly on the brick wall & partly on a small wooden bridge leading W; according to plat marked A; with the privilege of an eave-drop from the tenement thereon until a wall shall be built adjoining the N part of said tenement; & in case such wall shall be built higher than or equal in hight to the eave of said tenement then with the privilege of an intervening spout to carry off the water; also that part of a low water lot bounding E on Cooper River; N partly on Granville Bastion & partly on said bridge & brick wall; S on other low water lots; W on a creek; according to plat marked B. Wit: Thomas Smith, Humphreys Summers, John Rattray. Before John Hume, J.P. William Hopton, Register. Plats A & G given.

3-147=XX-300 17 & 18 Jun 1761 Elizabeth Brown, widow & Richard Singleton, & Samuel Thomas, planters, executrix & executors of will of Dr. Robert Brown, physician of Charleson, to John Paul Grimke, jeweler, of Charleston, for 1500 currency, the N part of lot #32 in Charleston, bounding E (exclusive of width of small alley) 20 ft. on Bay of Charleston; N 195 ft. on other part said lot belonging to estate of Anthony mathewes; W on Robert Daniel; S on said alley; which part of a lot Isaac Holmes, merchant, of Charleston (son of Isaac Holmes, merchant), on 14 Oct 1755 sold to Dr. Robert Brown; who, by will dated 12 Nov 1757, appointed said executrix & executors, giving them authority to sell any of his real or personal estate. Wit: Thomas Young, William Guerin. Guerin testified 18 Jul 1761 before Alexander Gordon, J.P. Recorded 22 Oct 1761 by William Hopton, Register.

3-163=YY-136 27 Mar 1762 mentions Dep. Gov. Robert Daniel granted in 1717.

3-182=ZZ-181 8 & 9 Oct 1762 Coachman to Coachman, 1000a, part of Landgrave Robert Daniells 1714 patent of 48,000a, he sold 20 Aug 1714 to Thomas Broughton....

3-186=ZZ-323 27 & 28 Dec 1762 Mouzon to Smith, 200a in St. Thomas Parish, bounding...N on land formerly belonging to Joseph Singletary (now to Robert Daniell, John Singletary, or Nathan Tart)...

3-196=ZZ-695 22 & 23 Apr 1763 Lambton, asignee of estate of Robert Austin; to George Smith; 200a in St. Thomas & St. Dennis Parish; bounding....N on John Singletary & Robert Daniel....

3-214=A3-651 22 & 23 May 1759 William Vanderhorst, gentleman, of Christ Church parish, & Margaret his wife, to William Hopton, gentleman, of Charleston, for 4150 SC money, 2 adjoining tracts of 620a & 460a, English measure, total 1080a in Christ Church parish, on SE side Wando River, bounding N & NW on the river; NE on a creek; SE on said creek; S on William Cleiland (formerly Thomas Lynch). Whereas on 6 Nov 1704 Gov. Nathaniel Johnson granted 620a, English measure, to Thomas Cary; who sold to George Logan, the eldest; who in 1719 devised the land to his eldest son & heir George Logan, Sr.; who, with his wife Martha, by L & R dated 20 & 21 Feb 1739 sold to Lionel Chalmers; who with Martha his wife, by L & R dated 4 & 5 Mar 1746, reconveyed to George Logan, Sr.; who on 22 Jan 1742 appointed his wife, Martha his attorney with authority to sell his land in SC; by L & R dated 1 & 2 Dec 1749, she sold to George Logan, Jr.; who with his wife Elizabeth, (also George Logan, Sr., & Martha his wife; & Lionel Chalmers & Martha his wife) by L & R dated 17 & 18 Dec 1753 sold to William Vanderhorst (Book SS-200-207) the 620a, then bounding W & N on Wando River; E on Francis Gracia & vacant land; S on Thomas Lynch; & whereas William, Earl of Craven, Palatine, on 11 May 1699, by the Hon. Joseph Blake, granted Francis Gracia 460a, English measure, bounding N & NW on Wando River; NE & SE on a creek; W & SW on vacant land' & whereas Francis Gracia & Elizabeth his wife on 18 Oct 1708 sold the 460a to George Logan; who by will dated 18 Mar 1719 bequeathed to his son Patrick Logan (but in case of Patrick's death, then to daughter Helen); & whereas patrick died without issue, but by will dated 18 Oct 1726, bequeathed the residue of his real & personal estate to his niece, martha Logan, Jr., (now Martha Chalmers), daughter of Martha Logan; & whereas doubts arose as to the validity of the will of George Logan, grandfather of Martha Chalmers (as to whether it was an absolute devise of the fee simple to Patrick or only as executory devise, with the remainder to testator's daughter Helen contingent upon Patrick's dying withouth issue; & consequently whether Patrick had power to devise to niece Martha Logan0 & to secure the premises to Martha the said Helen (Helen Daniel) with her husband Robert Daniel, by L & R dated 31 Jan & 1 Feb 1727 conveyed to Thomas Cooper of Charleston; who by L & R dated 1 & 2 Mar 1727 for 500 currency, conveyed to Martha Logan, spinster (Martha Chalmers), eldest daughter of George Logan; & whereas Lionel Chalmers, chirurgeon, & Martha (Martha Logan, niece & devisee of Patrick Logan) his wife, by L & R dated 21 & 22 Jan 1747 conveyed to Alexander Peronneau, merchant, of Charleston, (Bk EE-154-160); who with his wife margaret, by L & R dated 30 & 31 Aug 1757 conveyed the 460a to William Vanderhorst; now he sells both tracts to Hopton. Wit: John Moore, Arnuldus Vanderhorst. Proved by Vanderhorst 25 Feb 1764 before Benjamin Smith, J.P. Recorded 28 Feb 1764 by William Hopton, Register. Entered in Auditors Book F6 p. 85 & 86 on 1 May 1762 by Richard Lambton, Dep. Aud.

3-224=B3-233 20 Dec 1758 Deed of partition of will of Joseph Wragg dated 26 Sep 1746; his wife Judith being ececutrix....Eight shares marked A-H; value 5900 each; C = to Judith Wragg, eldest daughter. 931a (116:7:6) in St. Helena Parish, Purysburgh, granted 9 Apr 1736; bounding N on James St. John; E & S on Mr. Wright; 1 side on Mr. Owens; 1346a (4000) called Spring Grove, in Parishes of St. James Goose Creek & St. Johns; purchased 17 & 18 Jan 1727 from Roger Moore & Catharine his wife; also part of lot #115 (800); purchased from Elizabeth Holmes 1 & 2 Oct 1750; bounding N 30 ft. on Tradd Street; W 130 ft. on Solomon Legare; S on Thomas Holten; E on part same lot; also 262 ft. low water land (900) E of the E Bay lots, purchased from John Daniel, Thomas Daniel (?), George Logan & Martha his wife, Alexander Goodby & Anne his wife; chattels 83:12:6.

3-225=B3-233 20 Dec 1758 same deed of partition; H = to Charlotte Wragg, 4th daughter, 302a (1000) near Georgetown, in Craven co., granted 26 Jun 1736 to Robert Wright, who sold to Wragg; between Black & Peedee Rivers; bounding NE on William Swinton; also part of a lot on Bay & Blue house & lot (7500, deduct 1/3); 1 lot (marked A) between Noah Sere & the blue house; bounding E 28 ft. 3 in. on Bay; S 210 ft. on Mrs. Sarah Blakeway; W on John Simons; N on Joseph Wragg; as purchased from John Daniel & Sarah his wife on 7 & 8 Oct 1741; the blue house & lot bounding E 56 ft. on the Bay; W 68 ft. on Union Street; S 309 ft. on lot A & Mr. Scott; N 308 ft. on C & K; also 1000a (200 less than nothing, being an expense) on Combahee River, in Colleton co, bounding N on vacant land; E on Mr. Perry; W on Black Creek & John Miles; as by grant 26 Feb 1733.

3-229=B3-409 14 May 1764 Henry Peronneau, merchant, of Charleston, to John Shutterling, baker, for 2000 currency, the NW part of a town lot, being part of a lot sold to Peronneau by Adam Daniel, son of John Daniel; the NW part bounding W 54 ft. on King Street; N 167-1/2 ft. on Dr. Jacob Martin; E on other part; S on the part sold by Peronneau to Martin Miller. Wit: James Andrews, William Webb. Before David Rhind, J.P. Recorded 26 May 1764 by Fenwicke Bull, Register.

3-229=B3-413 14 May 1764 Henry Peronneau, merchant, of Charleston, to Martin Miller, bricklayer, for 2000 currency, the SW part of a lot sold to Peronneau by Adam Daniel, son of John Daniel; the SW part bounding W 54 ft. on King Street; S 167-1/2 ft. on Elizabeth Elliott, widow; E on Peronneau; N on John Shutterling. Wit: James Andrews, William Webb. Before David Rhind, J.P. Recorded 26 May 1764 by Fenwicke Bull, Register.

3-229=B3-426 25 Jul 1737 John Harleston, Sr., planter, of Berkeley co., to his daughter, Anne for love & affection, lot #34 in Charleston, which he purchased form Marmaduke Daniell; bounding 100 ft. on the Bay. Wit: Nicholas Harleston, Richard Gough; Anne Gough (later, wife of Nathaniel Scott). Proved before Lionel Chalmers, J.P. on 11 Jun 1756. Recd 28 May 1764 by Fenwicke Bull, Register.

3-257=C3-555 15 & 16 Jan 1765 Isaac Dacosta, merchant, & Sarah his wife, to John Paul Grimke, jeweler, both of Charleston, for 1800 currency, part of a lot, bounding W 16 ft. 8 in. on Union Street; E on Edward Croft's storehouse; S 70 ft. on John Daniel's house & lot; N on William Carnes. Wit: Daniel Farfara, Thomas Grimball, Jr. Before William Burrows, J.P. Recd 29 Jan 1765 by Fenwicke Bull, Register.

3-278=D3-465 8 & 9 May 1765 George Smith, Jr., planter, & Mary his wife, to Robert Daniel, planter, both of St. Thomas Parish, Berkeley co., for 1300 currency, 400a where George Smith, Jr. no lives, in St. Thomas Parish, bounding E on Nathan Tart; S on John Dutarque, Jr.; W on John Guerin; N on Robert Daniel & John Singletary. Wit: John Singletary, Thomas Chadwick. Before John Remington, J.P. Recd 12 Jul 1765 by Fenwicke Bull, Register.

3-280=D3-531 31 May 1763 Ann Conaway, widow (formerly wife of Alexander Goodbee, planter, of Berkeley co), of Charleston, daughter of the Hon. Robert Daniell & Martha his wife; of 1st part; to Peter Manigault, barrister-at-law, & Ann Wragg, spinster, of Charleston, of 2nd part; for 425 currency, part of lots #33 & #34 on Bay of Charleston, bounding E 78 ft. on Cooper River; S 210 ft. on Joseph Wragg; N on Marmaduke Daniell (afterwards Capt. John Harleston, now Jonathan Scott); on the part bounding 78 ft. on the Bay & 145 ft. deep going to Manigault; the remainder to Ann Wragg. Whereas Alexander Goodbee & said Ann Conaway (then his wife) by L & R dated 4 & 5 Mar 1727 sold to Joseph Wragg, merchant, the said parts of 2 lots; & whereas Joseph Wragg by will dated 26 Sep 1746 bequeathed all his estate no bequeathed to his wife equally to his children; & whereas be deed of partition dated 18 Mar 1757 a certain part (78 ft. on the Bay & 145 ft. deep) was allotted to Elizabeth Manigault, wife of Peter, & the remainder (except an alley of 10 ft.) was allotted to Ann Wragg; & whereas Peter & Elizabeth Manigault by L & R dated 25 & 26 Aug 1757 sold their part to John Denton; who by L & R dated 29 & 30 Aug 1757 sold to Peter Manigault; & whereas Ann Conaway on delivery of L & R between Alexander & Ann Goodbee & Joseph Wragg was not of age & did not renounce her inheritance; now she releases all her claim to the lots. Wit: Andrew Hunter, William Banbury, Peter Bounetheau. Before John Remington, J.P. Recd 23 Jul 1765 by Fenwicke Bull, Register.

3-287=D3-748 26 & 27 1765 William Donning, planter, of St. George Parish, Dorchester, Berkeley co., to Daniel Doyley, of Charleston, for 6000 currency, 1400a in said Parish, being the remaining part of 2400a after allotting 1000a to Francis Daniel, an infant; the 1400a bounding SE on Daniel Blake & said Francis Daniel; SW on Samuel Hamlin & Co. Richard Bedon; NW on Thomas Broughton (now Benjamin Coachman) & heirs of Mr. Somner; NE on Mr. Waring. Whereas Frances Donning, widow, mother of William, owned about 2400a in St. George Parish known as The Ponds of Weston Hall, on which she lived for many years before her death, & by her will in 1752 devised the land to her son, William, & her daughter, Frances, since dead (Frances receiving 1000a called The Ponds; William the remainder); & whereas Frances, the daughter, married Adam Daniel, Esq., of said parish, & had 1 daughter, Frances, now an infant; & whereas William had asked for & has been granted a partition of the property; the SE part (or 1000a) being allotted to Frances Daniel, the infant; now William sells his share to Doyley. Wit: James Sanders, John Calvert. Before George Johnston, J.P. Recd 2 Sep 1865 [sic] by Fenwicke Bull, Register. Plat shows: Nathaniel Bradwell, D.S., & John De Girardeau, D.S., at request of Miles Brewton, Adam Daniel & Daniel Doyley, resurveyed lands granted....[long description follows]

3-295=E3-212 18 & 19 Feb 1765 Richard Beresford, gentleman, of Upham, in Hampshire, Great Britain, by his attorneys, William Logan & John Logan, merchants, of Charleston (appointed 23 Mar 1764), to William Parker, gentleman, of Charleston, for 2500 currency, 400a in St. Thomas Parish, Berkeley...bounding N on other part of 600a formerly belonging to John Daniel...

3-297=E3-285 27 May 1765 Thomas Martin Sanders (Saunders), planter, & Mary Ann his wife, to John Marion, planter, both of St. Thomas Parish, Berkeley co., for 700 currency, 100a at Kain Hoy in St. Thomas Parish, bequeathed to said Sanders by his father, John Saunders; beginnning on Wando River from a post with 3 notches & a cross standing on the bank, running N 24 W along land of heirs of John Sanders, Jr., 110 chains to a pine tree marked 3 nothches & a cross, thence N 66 E along Robert Daniels land 13 chains 15 links to stake with 3 notches & a cross, thence s 24 E along dissenting church congregation's land 70 chains & some links to marsh on creek, then course continued across marsh to bank on other side; thence to follow the several turnings & windings of said neck & river to first station. Wit: Isaac Lesesne, Jr., Francis Guerin. Before Fenwicke Bull, J.P. & P. Reg. [next deed is David (x) Wilson, a free Negro & boat builder, to John Marion. Land in same area & bounds]

3-304=E3-517 29 & 30 Mar 1764 Robert Daniel, planter, of St. Thomas Parish, & Elizabeth his wife, to John Logan, merchant, of Charleston, for 5000 currency, 2 plantations, 1 of 500a, in Prince George Parish, Craven co., on N side Santee River, bounding NE on John souso; NW on ?; the other being an island of 400a in Santee River, opposite said 500a, granted to John Bell; which 2 plantations formerly belonged to William Litten Russ, who by his will dated 29 Jul 1763, bequeathed them to Elizabeth Daniel. Wit: Elias Vanderhorst, James Moultrie. Before Fenwicke Bull, J.P. & P. Reg. Recd 8 may 1766.

3-304=E3-524 3 Apr 1764 John Logan, merchant, of Charleston, & Elizabeth his wife, to Robert Daniel, planter, of St. Thomas parish, for 5000 currency, 2 plantations conveyed by Robert Daniel to John Logan (see p. 517). Wit: James Moultrie, Elias Vanderhorst. Before Fenwicke Bull, J.P. & P. Reg. Recd 9 May 1766.

3-323=F3-329 8 & 9 Oct 1766 (See Book G, p. 773 for Lease). Henrietta Raven, widow, executrix, & George Bedon, merchant, executor, of will of William Raven, gentleman, of Charlston; of 1st part; to Isaac Lesesne, planter, of Daniels Island; for 2301 currency 700a on Daniels Island, Berkeley co., bounding N on Isaac Lesesne & the creek back of the island; E on Wando River; S & W on William Frewin & Charles Codner (formerly mrs. Sarah Daniel & Richard Codner). Whereas John Daniel of Parish of St. Thomas & St. Dennis, Berkeley co., owned said 700a which by L & R dated 22 & 23 Jul 1728 he mortgaged to the vestry of said Parish for 500; & whereas by L & R dated 21 & 22 Mar 1739 John Daniel & Sarah, his wife, mortgaged the tract to Elizabeth Jennys for 6000 without giving her notice of first unpaid mortgage; & she purchased first mortgage from the vestry on 4 Dec 1744; & whereas by act of assembly no person who mortgaged the same land a second time, while first mortgage was in force, should have any power of redemption in equity or otherwise; & Elizabeth advertised the land for sale (no part of the debt being paid) & Samuel Smyth, butcher, of Charleston, was highest bidder; & whereas Elizabeth afterwards married John Gibbes, Esq., & they by L & R dated 26 & 27 May 1745 conveyed the tract for 1520 to Smyth (p. 345); who by L & R dated 30 & 31 May 1745 conveyed to Elizabeth Gibbes; who by will dated 25 Jun 1755 devised the residue of her estate including this tract to her son William Raven; who by will dated 14 Oct 1765 authorized his executrix & executors (naming Henrietta Raven, George Bedon, & Thomas Smyth, Sr. merchant, of Broad Street, brother of Benjamin Smyth; also Christopher Gadsden & James Parsons) to sell any part of his estate; & to satisfy his pressing creditors, they offered the tract at auction; now they convey to Lesesne, highest bidder. Wit: Susannah bonneau, Anthony Toomer. Before James Parson, 31 Oct 1766 by Fenwicke Bull, Register.

3-333=F3-679 25 & 26 May 1766 Perry to Perry, St. Pauls Parish, Colleton co., Landgrave Robert Daniel mentioned in early title chain.

3-342=G3-209 6 & 7 Apr 1767 Parker to Stone, in their deed of 1757, N part of a corner of lot #14 in Charleston, bounding W 27 ft. on Union Street; N 45 ft. on Edward Croft; S on John Daniel; E on Capt. King....

3-344=G3-265 31 May 1745 Samuel Smith, butcher, to elizabeth Gibbes, wife of John Gibbes, both of Charleston, for 1520 currency, 700a. Whereas John Daniel, planter, of Parish of St. Thomas & St. Dennis, Berkeley co., owned 700a on which he lived, on St. Thomas Island, bounding N on Isaac Lassene & the creek back of the island; E on Wando River; S & W on Mrs. Sarah Daniel & Richard Codner (lately of William Trewin & Charles Codner); which 700a he mortgaged to the vestry of St. Thomas Parish for 500 by L & R dated 22 & 23 Jul 1728; & whereas John Daniel & Sarah his wife, by L & R dated 21 & 22 Mar 1739, mortgaged to Elizabeth Jenys (Elizabeth Gibbes) the 700a for 6000 currency without telling her of the first undischarged mortgage, & she was obliged to take up the first mortgaged (Daniel being deprived of his equity by law); later selling the land to Samuel Smith for 1520 currency; now he resells to her for same amount. Wit: Thomas Wright, Henry Bedon, ( a cooper), John Wilkins, Charles Pinckney. Before Alexander Gordon, J.P. Recd 15 May 1767 by Fenwicke Bull, Register.

4-21=K3-139 30 & 31 May 1768 Sarah Daniel & John Daniel of NC; & Robert Daniel, formerly of NC now of SC; executrix & executors of will of John Daniel, Esq., of New Hanover Co., NC; of 1st part; to George Smith, Jr., planter, of St. Thomas parish, SC, for 1000 SC money, 500a, called Barton's plantation, in St. Thomas Parish, Berkeley Co., bounding S on William Parker (formerly Richard Beresford); E on George Smith (formerly Samuel Commander); W on marsh of Cooper River; N on Cooks (or Walkers) Creek. Whereas john Daniel owned said plantation & by will ordered it sold by his executors to pay his legacy of 1000 to the vestry of the Parish, appointing Sarah, John, & Robert Daniel, his executrix & executors; & whereas on 14 Feb 1767 appointed Robert their attorney to sell the place; now they sell to Smith. Wit: George Smith, Josiah Smith, Jr. Before Fenwicke Bull, J.P. & P. Register. Recd 15 Jun 1768.

4-24=K3-215 4 & 5 Nov 1767 Luptan to Allston....Whereas John, Earl of Bath, Palatine, on 12 Aug 1698 granted Robert Daniel a certain Barony; & on 18 Jun 1711 Daniel had a part, or 1280a, laid out on Waccamaw Neck; which on 19 Jun 1711 he sold to Thomas Smith, Esq.; who on 10 Sep 1711 sold to John Crofts, of Charleston;....

4-33=L3-1 14 Feb 1767 Sarah Daniel, executrix, & John Daniel, executor, being named with Robert Daniel, executor, of will of John Daniel, Esq., of New Hanover Co., NC, thinking it proper "Burton's Plantation" for the payment of a certain legacy of 1000 SC money bequeathed by said John Daniel to the vestry of St. Thomas Parish; appoint said Robert Daniel, of Brunswick Co., NC, their attorneys, to sell the 500a in St. Thomas Parish, Berkeley Co., SC, known as "Burton's Plantation". Wit: Schenckingh Moore, James Turner. Before William Dry, J.P. Entered in Secretary's Book NN p. 30-33, by John Gull, for Sec. Recd 31 May 1768 by Fenwicke Bull, Register.

4-33=L3-2 5 & 6 Jun 1767 Horry to Horry, both of Prince George Parish, Craven Co., ...being part of 12,000a granted by the Lords proprs. to Robert Daniel on 18 Jun 1711, bounding N on Winyaw River; S, E, & W, on vacant land....

4-62=M3-309 6 & 7 Mar 1769 Smith to Belin; 1400a in Prince George Parish, Craven Co.,....being part of 12,000a granted by the Lords Proprs. on 18 Jun 1711 to Robert Daniel, bounding N on Winyaw River or Bay; other sides on vacant land; as by plat of grant dated 4 Apr 1711....

4-62=M3-315 9 & 10 mar 1769 Belin to Horry; 600a in Prince George Parish....being part of 12,000a granted by the Lords Proprs. on 18 Jun 1711 to Robert Daniel, bounding N on Winyaw River or Bay; other sides on vacant land; as by plat of grant dated 4 Apr 1711....

4-68=M3-486 17 & 18 Mar 1769 George Cospella (his mark) Warshing, acting executor, eldest son, & 1 of the heirs of Abraham Warshing, butcher,; of St. Philips Parish, Berkeley Co., & Catherina (German script) his wife, to Thomas Corker, merchant, for 500 currency, the front part of a lot in St. Philips Parish that Robert Rawlins purchased from Hugh Ross by L & R dated 10 & 11 oct 1753; bounding NE 25 ft. on the Broad Path or High Road leading from Charleston; SE 131 ft. on Joseph Wraggs pasture; SW & NW on the part on which Rawlins then lived; also 1 Negro woman. Wit: James Daniel, William Law. Before Robert Rawlins, J.P. Recd 9 May 1769 by R.P. H. Hatley, Dep. Register. On 6 Oct 1809 Josiah Smith, executor of Thomas Corker, declared mortgage satisfied. Wit: William Logan, Register; & John C. Faber.

4-111=P3-224-233 14 & 16 Feb 1770 John Daniell, gentleman, formerly of Brunswick Co., NC, now of Charleston, SC, to Robert Quash the younger, planter, of St. Thomas Parish, for 6500 currency, 500a in St. Thomas Parish, Berkeley Co., bounding SW on Benjamin Wigfall (formerly Lewis Mouzon); SE on John Simmons (formerly vacant); NW & NE on Elias Wigfall; granted by the Lords Proprs. on 14 Apr 1710 to Peter Cottinean (Perre Coutonnau). Wit: Elias Vanderhorst, Joseph Elliott. Before John Troup, J.P. Recd 16 Mar 1770 by Henry Rugeley, Dep. Register. Plat certified 16 Feb 1709/10 by Robert Broughton, Sur. Gen., made at request of Gov. (Sir) Nathaniel Johnston. John Daniell, gentleman, & Sarah Daniell, widow, both of Brunswick Co., NC, give Robert Quash, Jr., bond of performance.

4-112=P3-234-236 -- Jan 1770 Robert Daniell, George Daniel, & Stephen Bedon Daniell, of Brunswick Co., NC, appoint their brother, John Daniell, now in Charleston, SC, their attorney, with authority to sell 500a, called Withswood. Wit: Thomas Gallaway, William Ellery, John Gallaway. Before John Troup, J.P., on 17 Feb 1770. Recd 17 Mar 1770 by Henry Rugeley, Dep. Register.

4-119=P3-496-502 9 & 10 Mar 1770 Robert Daniell, & Elizabeth his wife, to George Smith, Jr., planter, both of St. Thomas Parish, for 4000 currency, 400a, bounding NW on Stephen Miller; NE on Rachell Himilie & Joseph Sanders; SE on Wando River; SW on David Wilson; 200a of which tract was bequeathed by Jonathan Russ in his will dated 18 Nov 1762 to his daughter, Elizabeth, wife of said Robert Daniell. Wit: Robert Gibson, John Mowret. Before John More, J.P. Recorded 9 May 1770 by Henry Rugeley, Dep. Register.

4-130=Q3-270-275 18 & 19 Dec 1769 Elias Daniel, of the Branches of Little Saluda, SC, & Charity (her mark) his wife, to Edward Laremon, of NC, for 150 currency, 100a on Frashers Branch of Little Saluda, granted 5 Oct 1763 by Gov. Thomas Boone to Elias Daniel, being the plantation on which Elias Daniel first settled when he arrived in SC, bounding on all sides on vacant land. Wit: Alexander (x) Frederick, James Frederick, Sanders Walker. Before John Fairchild, J.P. Recorded 29 Jun 1770 by Henry Rugeley, Dep. Register.

4-133=Q3-367-374 28 & 29 June 1770 Peter Belin, to Elias Horry, Jr., both of Prince George Parish, Winyaw, for 210 currency, 1400a at Winyaw, bounding NE on Elias Horry, Jr., SE & SW on Benjamin Smith of Goose Creek; NW on Mr. Moore & estate of Francis LeJau. Whereas the Lords Proprs. on 18 Jun 1711 granted John Daniel, Esq., 12,000a, bounding N on Winyaw River; other sides on vacant land (plat certified by James Broughton, Sur. Gen.); which 12,000a on 19 Jun 1711 sold by Robert Daniel to Thomas Smith, of Goose Creek, who laid out part of the land in a Township, divided into lots; & by will dated 3 May 1738 gave 6000a to his sons, grandchildren, & great grand children, & authorized his wife Mary, as executrix, to sell the remainder; & whereas she, by L & R dated 6 & 7 Mar 1769 sold 1400a to Peter Gibb, Anthony Bonneau. Before Joseph Dubordieu, J.P. Recd 26 Jul 1770 by Henry Rugeley, Dep. Register. Plat given. [the John D= is an error? means Robert?]

4-148=R3-366 31 Jul 1770 Moses Kirkland, gentleman, of Berkeley Co., to William Moultrie, of Charleston, for 250 currency, 222a, being the NE part of 300a in Saxegotha Township, granted 5 Jun 1742 by Lt. Gov. William Bull to Julius Credy, bounding NE on Santee (Congaree) River; SE on John Liever; SW on vacant land; NW on Saludy River & John Ulrich Shillig. Credy died intestate & his eldest son, Jacob inherited; & by L & R dated 12 & 13 Jun 1765 sold to Moses Kirkland. Wit: Farmer Dewees, Jesse Daniell. Before Philip Pearson, J.P. Recd 1 Nov 1770 by Henry Rugeley, Register. Plat certified 20 Jul 1770 by Philip Pearson, D.S.

4-195=W3-137 19 & 20 Apr 1771 Tutt to Powell, both of Colleton Co., ...250a on Clouds Creek, a branch of Saludy (Santee) River; bounding NE on Elias Daniel; other sides on vacant land....

4-197=W3-189 3 & 4 Feb 1771 Drayton to Stead...1700a in Berkeley Co., at head of Ashley River, called The Ponds tract, formerly in possession of Daniel Doyley; bounding on Benjamin Coachman, Elijah Postell, & estate of Adam Daniel....

4-211=X3-200 29 Feb 1772 Daniel (his mark) Haubick, of Berkeley Co., to Henry Brown, tanner, of Craven Co., for 250 currency, 100a in Saxegotha Township, bounding NE on Santee River; SW & S on vacant land; NW on Christian Bravant; granted 20 May 1747 by Gov. James Glen to Christian Zimmerman; being part of 150a formerly surveyed for Jacob Hans Stainer. In 1755 Zimmerman sold the 100a to Christian Bravant; who by L & R dated 14 & 15 Dec 1768 sold to Haubick. Wit: James Daniel, William Pearson. Before Philip Pearson, J.P. Recd 19 May 1772 by Henry Rugeley, Register.

4-212=X3-238 22 & 23 Jul 1740 Elizabeth (her mark) Moor, widow, of Craven Co., to Thomas Powell, planter, of Berkeley Co., for 40 currency, 400a in Craven Co., bounding N on Thomas Powell; other sides on vacant land; granted her husband, John Moor, on 4 Sep 1735. Wit: Henry Gibbes, John Daniell. Before Henry Gibbes, J.P. Recorded 28 May 1772 by Henry Rugeley, Register.

4-219=X3-409 23 & 4 Oct 1771 Tobias to Fripp...mentions Dep. Gov. Robert Daniel in list of commissioner who granted 19 Jun 1717....

4-227=Y3-209 5 Oct 1750 Scott to Croskeys....mentions by warrant from Robert Daniell, Dep. Gov. dated 18 Jul 1747....Grant of said lot to Scott; dated 8 Aug 1771 signed by Charles hart, Robert Daniell, George Chicken, Samuel Eveleigh, Francis Yonge. Recd 1 Feb 1772. [grant signed must have been 1717 and I have those names listed earlier]

4-237=Z3-19 23 & 24 Oct 1771 Tobias to Fripp....mentions Robert Daniel in list of commissioner who granted 1717....

4-265=B4-15 5 Oct 1768 Agnes (her mark) Daniel, to William Daniel, both of Berkeley Co., for 10 shillings, "from this day for & during water running of grass growing"; 300a on Little River, in Berkeley Co., bounding SE on Jacob Gray; NE on Jonathan Mott; as granted Agnes Daniel 7 May 1767. Wit: James Daniel, Jannet (her mark) Daniel. Before John Troup, J.P., on 1 Dec 1772. Recd 2 Dec 1772 by William Rugeley, Henry Rugeley, Register.

4-273=B4-167 31 Jul & 1 Aug 1772 William Henry Drayton, Esq., to Henry Middleton, Esq., both of Charleston (because Middleton stood security on Drayton's bond to Edward Fenwicke, Esq.), for 5000 currency, 1400a called The Ponds, in St. George parish, Dorchester, bounding SE on Daniel Blake & Francis Daniel; SW on Samuel Hamlin & Col. Richard Beedon; which plantation Drayton purchased from Daniel Doyley. Wit: Dr. Charles Drayton, William Swanton. Before John Mathews, J.P. Recd 13 Jan 1773 by William Rugeley, Henry Rugeley, Register.

4-291=C4-114 27 & 28 Mar 1747 John Daniell, gentleman, of New Hanover Co., NC, & Sarah his wife, to George Logan & Lionel Chalmers, of Berkeley Co., SC, executors of estate of Martha Logan in trust for Martha Logan; for 500 currency, 1/2 of lot #128 in Charleston, (granted Mrs. Edith Summers by the Lords Proprs.) bequeathed by Martha Logan, deceased, to John Daniell, being 55 Ft. in front & of same depth as adjoining lots; bounding E on the Great St. leading from Oyster Point to the market Place & by the churches; W on Richard Brewer; S on Edith summers; N on other part bequeathed by Martha Logan, deceased, to Sarah, daughter of Sarah Blakeway; also the remaining part of a lot #127 (the other part of which belongs to Mrs. Elizabeth Gibbs), 14 ft. front & of same depth as adjoining lots. Wit: Henry Shaw, William (x) Hankinson. Before William Forbes, J.P., of New Hanover Co., NC, 28 Mar 1747. Recd 13 Mar 1773 by William Rugeley, Henry Rugeley, Register.

4-293=C4-156 18 Mar 1773 Martha Logan, widow, daughter of the Honorable Robert Daniel & Martha his wife; & George Logan, William Logan, & John Logan, sons of Martha Logan, of Charleston; of 1st part; to Peter Manigault; Mary Smith, widow; Benjamin Smith (son of said Mary Smith & Benjamin Smith, deceased); Ann Wragg, spinster; & Henrietta Wragg (wife of William Wragg); of other part. Whereas Martha Logan & her late husband George Logan by L & R dated 30 & 31 Aug 1721 sold to Joseph Wragg, merchant, of Charleston, part of lot #33 bounding E 78 ft. on the Bay; W & S on Joseph Wragg, deceased; N 210 ft. on her sister Ann Daniel; & whereas Peter Manigault, Mary Smith, Benjamin Smith (her son), Ann Wragg, & Henrietta Wragg, now own the property in such shares as allotted to them by partition in accordance with will of Joseph Wragg; but questions have arisen as to whether Martha Logan was of full age at time of conveying to Joseph, & whether she renounced her inheritance to the land, & whether she had more than an estate for life in said premises; now to prevent the expense & trouble of litigation, & for 5000 currency paid by parties of 2nd part to parties of 1st part, parties of 1st part, release their claim to that part of lot #33. Wit: John Cross, Robert Conaway. Before William Rugeley, J.P. Recd 19 Mar 1773 by William Rugeley, Pro. Register.

4-308=D4-96 26 & 27 Nov 1772 The Rev. Mr. Robert Smith & Alexander Gillon, of Charleston, only acting executors of will of Richard Beresford, Esq., of Charleston, to Robert Daniel, Esq., of St. Thomas Parish, for 6045 currency, 400a in Berkeley Co., bounding N on Samuel Commander, Robert Swetman, & vacant land; E on Mr. Varre; S on Thomas Padgit; W on Richard Beresford; also 450a in Berkeley Co., bounding W on Robert Swetman; N on the parsonage of St. Thomas Parish & on James Tagart; E on Thomas Monk; S on James Tagart, Jeremiah Varre, & on said 400a. Whereas Richard Beresford owned said 2 tracts, & by will dated 8 Jul 1772 appointed his wife, Sarah Beresford, his executrix during her widowhood, & Smith & Gillon, with Christopher Gadsden, Thomas Smith of Broad St., & his sons on arriving at age of 21, his executors, with authority to sell the residue of his real & personal estate; now Smith & Gillon sell these 2 tracts at auction to Daniel. Wit: William Gibbons, Peter Meurset. Before John Remington, J.P., 2 Mar 1773. Recd 21 Apr 1773 by William Rugeley, Henry Rugeley, Register.

4-314=D4-263 27 Nov 1772 Sarah Beresford, widow of Richard Beresford, Esq., of Charleston, to Robert Daniel, Esq., of St. Thomas Parish, for 5 shillings, her right to 400a in Berkeley Co., bounding N on Samuel Commander & Robert Swetman, & vacant land; E on Mr. Varre; S on Thomas Padgit; W on Richard Beresford; also 450a in Berkeley Co., bounding W on Robert Swetman; N on the Parsonage lands & James Targart [sic]; E on Thomas Monk; S on James Tagart, Jeremiah Varre, & said 400a. Wit: Peter Meurset. Recd 28 May 1773 by Henry Rugeley, Register.

4-314=D4-269 16 & 17 Oct 1772 L & R (#1) Lewis Blalock, planter, & Elizabeth his wife, to Abel Wilds, planter, both of the Welch Tract, Craven Co., for 450 currency, 104a, being fron & lowland near the river, part of 200a granted 9 Jan 1756 by Gov. James Glen to Anthony Pouncy; the 200a bounding SE on Pee Dee River; NE on "his own land" & William Terral; NE on vacant land; SE on William Terral & vacant land; which 200a by L & R dated 4 & 5 Apr 1765 were conveyed by Pouncy to Blalock. Wit: Daniel Sparks, Aaron Daniel. Before Alexander Mackintosh, J.P., 11 Dec 1772. Recd 28 Apr 1773 by Henry Rugeley, Register.

4-314=D4-269 16 & 17 Oct 1772 L & R (#1) Lewis Blalock, planter, & Elizabeth his wife, to Abel Wilds, planter, both of the Welch Tract, Craven Co., for 1800 currency, 200a in the Welch Tract, granted 10 Mar 1743/4 by Gov. James Glen to William Terral; who by L & R dated 25 & 26 Nov 1757 conveyed to John Blalock; who by L & R dated 14 & 15 Dec 1760 conveyed to Lewis Blalock; bounding SW on Pee Dee River; other sides on vacant land. Wit: Daniel Sparks, Aaron Daniel. Before Alexander Mackintosh, J.P. Recd 2 Jun 1773 by Henry Rugeley, Register.

4-322=E4-106 30 Nov & 1 Dec 1770 Benjamin (his mark) Wages, to Samuel Fulton, both of St. Marks Parish, Craven Co., for 130 currency, 100a on a small branch of Rocky Creek; in said Parish, bounding on all sides on vacant land; granted 16 Jun [no year in this transcription] by Lt. Gov. William Bull to Thomas Daniel; who conveyed to Wages. Wit: James Carr, William Thompson, George Adams. Before Peter Grant, J.P. Recd 28 Jun 1773.

4-324=E4-144 30 Jun & 1 Jul 1773 Horry to Horry...land in Prince George Parish, Winyaw...being part of 12,000a granted 18 Jun 1711 to Robert Daniel; then bounding N on Winyaw River; other sides on vacant....