South Carolina Department of Archives & Library, Series 5213190, Vol. 0002, pg. 00039, Item 002. Description: Blakely, Dionysius, Plat for 100 acres on Twelve Mile Creek, Orangeburg District, surveyed by James Dougharty.
Box No. 3; Pkg. No. 93
Estate of D. Blakely, Deceased
Recorded Dec. 29, 1815
Edgefield District, South Carolina.
Citation on the Estate of Dionitiony Blackley Dec. 6, 1815
Fanny Blakely appointed Administrator of Estate, Dec. 15, 1815.
John Blakeley petition to be appointed Admistrator of Estate of Dyonisus Blackley ::May 6, 1816 and appointed 29 March 1816.
Legatee listed in Dionisious Blackley Estate were:
Wm. Perry; John Hidle; Sarah Blakley; Hardy Harris; James Eidson.
Memorialized Records of Lexington District, South Carolina 1814-1825:
Agreeable to an act of the General Assembly of the State of South Carolina passed the 17th day of March 1785 I have hereby Returned the following Memorial of Deeds and other conveyances proved and Recorded in the District of Lexington in the office of Register or Mesne conveyance for the Said district to the office of Secretary of State for the year Ending the first of January 1819.
John Kedle(?) and Polly his wife, James Eitson and Elizabeth his wife, William Perry and Nancy his wife, Sally Blakely to George Moutz---deed---37($?) -- 100 acres on Six Mile Creek.
Agreeable to an Act of the General Assembly of the 1785 I have hereby Returned the following memorial of District of Lexington in the office of Register of Mesne State for the year Ending the first day of January 1819.
John Heitle(?) & the heirs of Blackley to George montz -- deed-- 100 acres on the waters of Congaree Creek.
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