William Honey (abt. 1750) living in Pendelton District SC. 1790,1800, 1810 census need Will or other information, Thanks

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deed of gift by said William Honey on the 3rd of August 1796 ...to Sarah Honey-324 (1774-1850) wife of William Slaton

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in Genealogy Help by Donnie Blackstone G2G6 Pilot (234k points)
edited by Donnie Blackstone

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I'll look around and see what I can find

Michelle
by Michelle Detwiler G2G6 (8.9k points)
Michelle I do appreciate any help.
I did not find a will or probate papers.  I did add more info to the profile.  His wife was Elizabeth.  I believe he died after 1821 and before 1830.  Elizabeth gave away some of her belongings to her daughter in 1831.  Her husband was most likely deceased by that time.

Michelle

Thank you for helping me out on William Honey. Did you see any other information about his daughter Sarah (Honey) Slatton (abt.1774 - bef. 1850) was thier land close together  

No I'm sorry, I did not see a mention of Sarah.  I looked through all the will and probate papers for Pendleton.  I looked in court records and didn't find a connection for William with anyone except his wife, in the deeds.  I did not look through all his deeds.  What I would do is look through all the deeds for William (there are quite a few through 1821) and see if any are -to- or -from- Sarah's husband.  It wouldn't give you a direct connection, but just to know that person is there in the area doing business with her father is something.   Michelle

alright all I seen is this information on Sarah’s page not sure where it come from 

The State of South Carolina know all by these presents that William Claton [sic] of Greenville County of the state aforesaid and in consideration of the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars to me hand paid by William Honey of Pendleton District of the same, ... doth grant unto William Honey ... land containing of one hundred acres more or less lying in Pendleton District on the North fork of Big Creek of the head waters of Saluda River, it being a part of a tract granted to James Hamilton by William Moultrie on the 30th of March [1792], it being given to Sarah Slaten, wife of William Slaton by deed of gift by said William Honey on the 3rd of August 1796 ...
Witness
W C Hamilton 
William Slaton Seal
Thomas Honey

thanks again for your help.    Donnie Alan Blackstone 

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