[Bolling5] Andrew Warnock, et al ---- Reviewed
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BOLING CLARK --- 26 MILE CREEK ---WARNOCK
6 Aug. 1790. Jonathan Clark, 96th Dist., planter, to George Forbes, of same, planter, for L(pounds) 200, 140 acres in 96th Dist. on Twenty Six Mile Creek, waters of Savannah River, bounded by David Clark, Bolen, Clark, Canady, James Long. Wit: David Clark, John McMahn, Hugh McVey. Plat included. Recorded 30 May 1791
14 Aug. 1792. David Clark to Hugh McVay for L25 (amount of acreage blank] on 26 Mile Creek of the Savannah River, bounded by James ____, James Long, Jonathan Clark, Boling Clark, rec. Bk C, p. 539 on 5 July 1791. Wit: Matthew Parker, Joseph Clark, Thos. Abbott, Hugh McVay assigned over within tract to Thomas Risener in the presence of William Golding, Joseph Clark made oath to Robt McCann, J.P. 4 Dec. 1802. Rec. 7 Dec. 1802.
10 Aug. 1793. John Hunnicutt, planter, to John Morrow for L100 for 227 acres, surveyed by Jonathan Clark, granted 7 Sept 1789 by Charles Pinckney. Recorded Bk ZZZZ, on 26 Mile Creek of Savanah River, bounded on E. by David Clark and lands unknown. Wit: Andrew Warnock, David Smith. Rec. 24 Aug. 1797.
10 May 1795. Jonathan Clark to Micajah Clark for L50 for 158 acres on S. branch of Hurricane of Saluda River, where Micajah Clark now lives, part of 212 acres granted Jonathan Clark by Wm. Moultrie, 4 Dec. 1786. Recorded Bk. PPPP, p. 197. Wit: James Clark, John Johnson, Josiah Johnson. John Johnson made oath to Robt. McCann, 19 May 1798......Jenny Clark, wife of Jonathan Clark, released dower to John Wilson, JP., 27 Nov. 1798. Rec. 27 Nov. 1798.
11 Jul. 1795. David Clarke to William Bodenhammer for L 80 for 200 acres on Hurricane Creek, granted Clarke, 21 Jan 1785, bounded on W. by John Johnson and vacant land; also, 127 acres adj. tract granted Johathan Clarke, 4 Dec 1786... Signed, sealed, and delivered to James Wilburn, lawful attorney for William Bodenhammer. Wit: James Anderson, James Wilburn, Thomas Coker. James Anderson made oath to John Willson., J.P. 11 July 1795.
Boling Clark for L50 sold to Jonathan Clark, 320 Acres (later says 200 acs) on 23 Mile Creek, where Jonathan now lives, granted to Boling Clark, 21 June 1785 by Benj. Guerard, recorded Bk. AAAA, (no Page #), on Line to branch that runs between two plantations where Jonathan and Joseph Clark now live. Date 8 May 1796. Wit; Josiah Johnston, Jepthae Johnston. Boling Clark witnessed receipt. Josiah Johnston made oath to John Willson, J.P. 16 June 1796. Rec. 8 Feb. 1803.
Hugh McVay for L40 sold sold to Thomas Risener 85 acres, 26 Mile Creek of the Savannah River, bounded by Jonathan Clark, James Long and Boling Clark. Recorded Bk C, p. 539 (Pendleton Co. ?), 5 July 1791. Date: 17 May 1796. Wit: Joseph Clark, Mary (x) Clark, Fanny (x) McVay. Joseph Clark made oath to Robt. McCann, J.P. 4 Dec. 1802. Rec. 7 Dec. 1802.
5 Nov. 1796. David Clark to John Grissom for L65 for 262 acres on Keowee River, granted Clark, 2 Jan 1792 by Chas. Pinckney. Wit: Rattliff Boon, Balaam Mauldin. Ratliff Boon made oath to W.W. Reid, JP, 15 May 1798. Rec. 22 May 1798.
3 Sept 1796. William Skelton and Patty, his wife, to William Harkness for L34 for 100 acres bounded by John Files, Samuel Henry, Samuel Deen, Jeremiah Files,, on Mountain Creek, branch of Big Generostee, part of a tract granted David Clark, 5 Feb. 1787 by Wm Moultrie. Recorded Bk. PPPP, p. 62. Signed: William Skelton, Patty (her mark) Skelton. wit: Robt. Harkness, William (her mark) Cox. Robert Harkness made oath to E. Browne, J. P. 26 Jan 1797, and recorded.
[The above are the ancestors of Thelma Faye Prince, Martha Clark Skelton and William Skelton. Martha was the daughter of David Clark. See
25 Mar. 1799. I, David Clark, for L30 sold to Henry Hill 130 acres, part of a tract on E. side of Keowe River, including mouth of Suder Creek. Wit: James McKenny
(called James McMahon in oath), Jonas Hill. Rec. 8 Apr. 1799.
David Clark for L500 sold to Jonathan Clark 395 acres on Hurricane Creek of 26 Mile Creek of Seneca River, bounded on NW unknown, on W by Osburn, granted David Clark by Chas. Pinckney, 2 Oct 1797. Date: 7 June 1800. Wit: John Cochran, Bolin Clark, Micach (sic) Clark. Michach (sic) Clark made oath to Robt. McCann, J.P. 3 Aug. 1801. Rec. 21 Feb. 1803.
Micaiah (sic) Clark and Lurany, his wife, for $100 sold to John Wortman 400 acres, part of 1000 acres granted Clark 1792, bounded land sold by Clark to Daniel Wallis, MeShack Green, on Hurricane and Big Crks. Date: 22 Nov. 1803. Signed Micaiah (sic), Lurany Clark. Wit: G. W. Terrell, William H. Terrell. George Washington Terrell made oath to James Starrett, J.P., 9 Dec. 1803. Rec. 20 Dec. 1803.
Jonathan Clark for $1000 sold to Thomas Coker 200 acres granted Boling Clark by Benj. Guerard, plantation where Jonathan Clark now lives, on E. side of 23 Mile Creek, bounded by Peter McLean. Date: 31 Aug. 1803. Wit: Jos. Clark, Wm. Coker, Lucinda (x) Rodgers. Wm Coker made oath to John Wilson, 2Nov. 1803. Jenny Clark, wife of Jonathan Clark, released dower to John Wilson, 2 Nov. 1803. Rec. 10 Jan 1805.
8 Mar. 1802. David Clark for $150 sold to James McAfee (no amount given) acres on W. side of the Keowee, granted Clark, 8 Nov. 1791. Wit: William (x) Staggs, Daniel Boon. Daniel Boon made oath to Henry Burch, J.P. Mar. 1802. Recorded Mar. 12, 1802.
17 Dec. 1803. Joseph Black (sic) for $867.50 sold to Thomas Coker 265 acres, part of tracts granted Boling Clark by Benj. Guerard, where Joseph Clark now lives, on 23 Mile Creek. Wit: Wm Coker, Josiah (x) Kees, Wm. Coker made oath to John Wilson, 21 Apr. 1804. Mary (x) Clark, wife of Joseph Clark, released dower to John wilson, 26 Apr. 1804. Rec: 10 Jan. 1805. [The deed was signed by Joseph Clark.]
James McKinney on 5 Oct. 1804, for $500....sold to Ratliff Boon, 358 acres where Boon now lives, part of tract granted to Thomas Grant, 1 Aug. 1785, recorded Bk EEEE (no page number), on both sides of Keowee River, below Toxaway Creek. Wit: James McAfee, Joseph Boon, Jeptha Norton. James McAfee made oath to Thomas Hargiss, J.P. 8 Oct. 1804. Rec. 8 ___ 1804.
William Coker for $800 sold to John Bates, blacksmith, late of the State of Georgia, 270 acres, part of 2 tracts granted Boling Clark, conveyed by Joseph Clark, son of Boling Clark, to Thomas Coker and from him to his son, William Coker, one tract for 640 acres, deed dated 17 Dc. 1800, on back of 23 Mile Creek. Date 31 Oct. 1806. Signed William Coker. Wit: Zchr. Taliaferro, Eliza Bates, Rebecca Oliver. Zachariah Taliaferro, Esq. made oath to (Unreadable)....
John Bates for $800 sold to Warren Taliaferro, late of the State of Georgia, 270 acres part of 2 tracts granted Boling Clark and conveyed to Joseph Clark, son of Boling Clark, then to Thomas Coker by him to his son, William Coker. Date unreadable. Wit: ___ Oath says Zachariah Taliaferro, Wm. Coker, Eliza Bates, 24 Mar. 1807 to Samuel H. Dickson. Frances (x) Bates, wife of John Bates, released Dower to John Wilson, J.P. 3 Nov. 1806. Rec: Mar. 1807.
From: haztay <haztay at swbell.net>
To: Bolling Family Group 5 <bollingresearch at bolling5.com>
Sent: Wed, Feb 8, 2012 5:05 am
Subject: Re: [Bolling5] Andrew Warnock, et al ---- Reviewed
Andrew Warnock is the father of Lucretia Warnock who marries into Hazael's line....Lucretia marries John T.[Porter] Bolding who is the brother of my Andrew P. Bolding both of Franklin Co. Ala. and later John T. Bolding is in Itawamba or Tishimingo[1850-60] [can't remember which] Miss. and eventually moves to Texas Corn Hill Texas. His letters back to my family are posted at our website...and he is the ancestor of JoAnn Niedecken.
There is also a Weatherby - Warnock connection of a relatiave of Doris'....but I don't think she has a Warnock in her direct line. BUT...SHE CAN TELL US!
--- On Wed, 2/8/12, eperry4616 at aol.com <eperry4616 at aol.com> wrote:
From: eperry4616 at aol.com <eperry4616 at aol.com>
Subject: [Bolling5] Andrew Warnock, et al ---- Reviewed
To: bollingresearch at bolling5.com
Date: Wednesday, February 8, 2012, 6:46 AM
I just sent to Hazael and Doris some research by Linda Sparks Starr [who also researches Christopher Clark] an interesting article on Thomas and William Orr mentioning Doris' Warnocks and Hazael's Pickens at this website which ties to the following folks then in Pendleton Dist., SC around Twenty-Three Mile Creek:
Go here: http://www.rowberry.org/rickhsite/orrh2.htm
The above info ties with something I sent back in 2009 which I had forgotten. See below:
.EPERRY4616 at aol.com EPERRY4616 at aol.com
Sun Nov 15 09:19:05 CST 2009
otice the William McMurry in the citation you sent below and this one in
oris' line of Warnocks on 23-Mile Creek in Pendleton Co., SC.
'm not so sure about the Hoges -- could be Hoage as well as Hodge. Need
o find Welcome William Hodges descendants; I don't think this is Edmund
ONVEYANCE, ANDREW WARNOCK TO MATTHEW WARNOCK
he state of SC, Pendleton District. Know all men by these presents that I
ndrew Warnock of the state and district aforesaid and in consideration of
undred and eighty dollars to me in hand paid by Matthew Warnock of the
istrict and state have granted, bargained and sold and released and by
resents do grant, bargain, eell and releast unto said Matthew Warnock all
hat tract of land of 160 acres more or less waters of Twenty Three Mile
ounding on the west by Thomas Orr and Henry Newton two acres excepted for
ewton next his own land and on the North by William Newton and by land
nd on the east likewise and on the south by Robert Lemon. together with
nd singular the rights and members , herditaments and appertainances to
aid premises belonging or in any wise incident unto the said Matthew
is heirs and ssigns forever. And I do hereby bind myself my heirs and
very person whomsoever lawfully claiming or to claim the same or any part
hereof. As witness my hand and seal this fourth day of January in the
ur Lord one thousand eight hundred and six and in the twenty ninth year of
igned, sealed, and delivered in the presents of Thomas Orr, Jenny Warnock
tate of South Carolina, Pendleton District
emoraudem that on the twenty fourth day of Jan. one thousand eight
wenty six. Personally appeared before me William McMurry one of the
f the Peace in the aforesaid District, Thomas Orr and being woen
aw and on oath sayeth that he did see Andrew Warnock sign the within deed
atthew Warnock for the use and purpose therein mentioned and that Jenney
arnock was a subscribing witness with himself to the said sworn to and
ubscribed before me the day and date above written. Wm. McMurry, JP
eceived from Matthew Warnock one hundred and eighty dollars it being the
ithin consideration money I say received by me this 2 day Jan 1806, Andrew
arnock, Thomas Orr, Jenny Warnock
ecorded the 13th February 1806 and examined by John Hunter, DC and RMC
n a message dated 11/15/2009 7:58:41 A.M. Eastern Standard Time,
aztay at swbell.net writes:
Ernie and all,
am going to add a couple of Greenville & Pendleton SC Deeds to this
end from Ernie. It shows a connection between my James Bolling & Hodges and
ossibly Peggs [are they same as Piggs? I don't know!] Hazael
endleton Dist. SC Deed Book O & P by Dr. Pruitt:
Hazael's remarks in yellow highlight.]
3761. Jan. 7, 1807 Jacob Phillips [Buncome Co. NC} to James Boling
Greenville Dist., SC] ; for 4216 [I don't understand this figure - surely not
!] sold 216 ac [reference to grants for metes & bounds]; being 2
djoining grants : [a] 190 ac on a branch of Twenty-three mile Cr. waters of
avannah R., issued June. 5, 1786 by Gov. William "Moultry" to William Hoges
ecorded in grant book 4 K and sold by W. Hoges to Jacob Phillips
recorded in Pendlton Dist. book 5 p. 8] & [b] 26 ac issued Jan. 7, 1793 by Gov.
illiam "Moultree" to Jacob Phillipss recorded in grant book 5 F.[signed]
acob Phillips; [witness] William Mc Murry, Benjamin Smith , & Robert
ickens; wit. oath Jan. 7, 1807 by Robert Pickens before John Willson QU; Oct.
, 1819 recorded & examined by Joseph Grisham, D. clerk; book O, p. 435.
only found this deed recently. I am nearly positive that he is my
ames Bolling m. Anne Pickens who in 1810 census 3 years after this lives
djacent to the below deed of William Parris wife Darcus Pickens. The men
ere married to sisters. NOTE: He clearly says James Bolling is of
reenville Dist. SC in 1807 so in 1800 census he should be in either
ashington or in Greenville [Washington going back & forth with Greenville.] AND
t is my belief that in 1820 John Bolding is living on this same land near
They are too near the same ages to be father & son...so I think he is
oris' John Bolding the brother.]
o where is my James in 1820? I just do not know.
4646. Nov. 13, 1820 William Parris [Paris] to John Pegg [Pendleton
ist.] for $480 sold 150 ac on a branch of Twenty-three mile Cr. waters of
avana R.; border begins at a white oak and runs down middle stream of the
ranch; part of 500 ac granted in 185 [?1805?]to Wm. Boyse [signed] William
aris; [witness] J.A. Easley & Wm. Pegg; dower renounced Feb. 10, 1821 by
arcus Parris, wife of William [and daughter of Robert Pickens - sister to
ife of my James Bolding] before Henry Cobb JQ[signed] Darcus Parris' mark "X"
wit. oath Jan. 26, 1821 by William Pegg before Nathl. Adams JP; Mar. 26,
822 recorded & examined by John T. Lewis; cc & RMC; book P, p 443.
44647. Oct. 12, 1821 Joseph Leech [Pendleton Dist.] to John Smith
same]; for $300 sold 140 ac. by computation on waters of Twenty-three mile Cr.'
order; joined on W. by John Oldham [seePritchett's discussion regarding
he Mary Oldham or Mary Tarpley wife of ? ?] , on N by Z[achary] Tallifero
John Pegg, on E by Simeon Smith, on S. by Anderson [no more description].
signed] Joseph Leech; [witness] John Bolding & Martha Leech; wit. oath
eb. 5, 1822 by John Bolding & J. Douthit QU; Mar. 26, 1822 recorded &
xamined by John T. Lewis, cc & RMC, book P. p. 433.
Hazael's comment: from the 1820 census you can figure out that this John
olding was living near to my Robert Pickens and I believe him to be
oris' ancestor the John Bolding brother to my James. I am thinking she has
onfirmed this from the ages of the children listed.] My James is no
onger living there in that census.] Don't know for sure where he is.]
oon I will send the deeds that show that part of this land of Wm. Hoges
s owned by Martin Hewlett whose wife is Jane Moseley who was daughter of
osely who married Martha Hodges.] So I assume Hoges is same name as
odges.] Also Martin Hewlett lived in 1800 census near to Greens, Pleasant &
homas Easley, John Bowlen & Obadiah Bowlen & the Ayers folks - Wm. &
oseph Ayers, also Hugh Roark. I personally think this was perhaps
ashington Dist. at the time. Not positive about that. Seems like I read it
someplace. Remember Roarks connect to Joe. & Valentine Haley Bolling.
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