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Note: William Thompson mentioned in this deed moved to Troup County ca. 1832 with his brother Seaborn J. Thompson.

Thompson, Thomas Deed

(Copy of deed Book D, D-530 South Carolina. Proves Thomas was the Father of Charles and grandfather of William.)
South Carolina, Union County: Know ye that William Thompson, Son and heir at law to the real estate of my father Charles Thompson deceased for and in consideration of one hundred pounds sterling to me paid by Soloman Bobo, have bargained sold aliened released, conveyed and confirmed to the said Soloman Bobo his heirs and assigns forever. All that plantation or tract of land containing one hundred and fifty acres with every appurtenances hereunder belonging, originally granted to my grand father Thomas Thompson August 14, 1772. Situated on the North of Tyger River at Blackstock's ford. Bounding E.(?east) by said river. No.(?north) by Charles Thompson deceased and So.(?south) by Absolom Langstrom's land, all other sides by vacant land which said plantation and appurtenances, I and my heirs will hereby warrant and defend to the said Soloman Bobo and his heirs against all persons whatsoever. In witness whereof I have hereunder set my hand and offered my seal this 10 January 1795 and (?) year of the Independence of America.
Signed Sealed and Delivered in the presence of John Anderson, Samuel Goody(?)
William Thompson Seal, Received the day and year within written of the named Soloman Bobo one hundred pounds sterling, it being the full consideration money (?)(?) mentioned(?)
William Thompson
Witness John Anderson, Samuel Coson(?)
State of South Carolina Union County. Personally came John Anderson before me John (?) one of the justices of said County and made oath according to law and said that he saw William Thompson sign, seal, and deliver the (?) deed of conveyance to Soloman Bobo for the use and purpose within mentioned and the Samuel Coson was a subscribing witness with himself in the same. Sworn to before me the 12th day of June 1795. John Martindale
Recorded the 10th March 1797