Jacob and Celia (Mauldein) Gray sell 200 acres to Henry Fennell, witnessed by James Mauldin and Thomas Gray
The State of South Carolina Barnwell District.
Knoweth all men by these presents that I Jacob Gray of the State and District aforesaid in consideration of three hundred dollars to me paid by Henry Fennell of the State and District aforesaid have (line missing)
These presence do grant bargain sell & release unto the said Henry Fennell two hundred acres of land being the S. W. end of a tract of 300 acres of land granted to William Tuton the 5th day of April 1780 under the hand of his Excellency William Moultrie then Governor of said State and hath such share & marks as are represented by a plat thereof. Binding on the Big Duck Branch to the NE waters of Coosawhatchee together with all and singular the rights members, herewith unto and appurtenancy to the said premises belonging or in any wise incident or appertaining To Have and To Hold all and singular the premises before mentioned unto the said Henry Fennell his heir and his assigns forever, And I do hereby bind myself my heir executors and administrator to warrant and forever defend all and singular the said premises unto the said Henry Fennel his heirs and assigns against myself my heirs and against every person Lawfully claiming or to Claim the same or any part thereof. Witness thereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the 12th day of January 1809 in the 33 and 34 of the Independence of the United States of America.
Signed Sealed & delivered
In the presence of us
Thomas Gray Jacob Gray (seal)
James Mauldin Caelia Gray (seal)
Personally appeared before me Thomas Gray and made oath that he saw Jacob Gray and Caelia Gray his wife sign seal & deliver the ? agreement of writing for 200 acres of land for the use and purpose within mentioned also that he saw James Mauldin sign his name thereto with himself as witness sworn to before me the 12th Jan 1809.
Simon Bryan JPBD (Justice of the Peace Barnwell District)
Recorded the 8th November 1813.