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   EVENT: Military, 1776, Revolutionary, Land
 SOURCE1: Miscellaneous Military Records of Sgt James Ware
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10 Jul 1783.  Letter Sgt JAMES WARE > Col Wade Hampton
The underwritten sergeants in behalf of the men of the first and second
Troop which did belong to Colonel Wade Hampton's Corps, and which now
compose the third company of the First South Carolina Continental Regiment
begs leave to inform his Excellency that they cannot return to their
respective homes (being now on furlough) without requesting him to accept of
thier most grateful thanks for the attention he has placed to their
requests, and goodnefs in promising to do all in his power to for them, and
His Excellency may rest assured they love him and we(?) will have uppermost
in their hearts that beat(?) for this Country's Service which led them into
it.  And they flatter themselves the General Assembly will, upon His
Excellency's representation in thier behalf, take into serious consideration
the many Fatigues and Hardships they have undergone, and have thier accounts
settled in such a manner as the finances of the state will ____ admit of ---
With the most profound respect, we beg leave to subscribe our selves in
behalf of the men.
Your _______?,   most obedient and most humble servants.

JAMES WARE  - Sgt
Patrick McMahon - Sgt.


To His Excellency, Governor Gerard
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16 Dec 1784.  Bounty Land Grant
This is to certify that JAMES WARE, a sergeant in the Continental Line of
South Carolina, and by the resolution of Congress and an act and ordinance
of this state, is entitled to a warrant & grant for two hundred acres of
land within the state as a Sergeant.
Witness my hand this Sixteenth day of December in the Year of or Lord, One
Thousand seven hundred & eighty four.
To all and singular the      )             s/ Charles Cotesworth Pinckney
commissioners of location in )                  Brig. Genl
the State of So Carolina     )

                                  s/ Ephraim Mitchell (?)
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09 Sep 1785.  Ninety-Six District Land Grant
I have caused to be Administered and laid out unto JAMES WARE a tract of
land containing two hundred acres situate in the district of Ninety-Six on
R___ Brancy of Rocky Run, waters of Savannah River.  That such ____ marks,
R_____ & Boundings as the above plat represents.  Certified this 9th day of
Sep 1785.  /s/ Ephraim Mitchell(?)

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16 Dec 1786.  Auditor General Audited Accounts
Pursuant to an act of the General Assembly passed the 16th of March 1783, We
the Commissioners of the Treasury have this day delivered to Mr JAMES WARE,
this our Indented Certificate, for the sum of 100 pounds, 7 shillingsm for
pay ____ and extra allowances due ______ Certificate from the Auditor
General.
The said JAMES WARE, his executors or assigns will be entitled to receive
from this office the sum of Seven shillings ____ and one penny on demand,
one year's interest on the principal sum of 104.7  Pounds and the like
interest annually.  The said JAMES WARE his executors, administrators, or
assigns will be entitled to receive and shall be paid if demanded, the
principal sum of 104.7, on the 16 Dec 1786(?). And the said JAMES WARE, his
executors, administrators or assigns may make any purchase at any public
sale of confiscated property (except such that shall be ordered by the
legislature for special purposes) and this indent shall be received in
payment.  For the true performance of the several payments in manner above
mentioned, Treasury is liable and faith of state pledged.

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20 Jul 1791.  Auditor General Audited Accounts
Pursuant to an act of the General Assembly passed the 16th of March 1783, We
the Commissioners of the Treasury have this day delivered to Mr JAMES WARE,
this our Indented Certificate, for the sum of Fourteen Pounds Sterling being
for ______ _______ in South Carolina Continental Line.
The said JAMES WARE, his executors or assigns will be entitled to receive
from this office the sum of _______ shillings ____ ______ on the _____ one
year interest on the principal sum of ______ Pounds and the like interest
annually.  The said JAMES WARE his executors, administrators, or assigns
will be entitled to receive and shall be paid if demanded, the principal sum
of (illegible), on the ______.  And the said JAMES WARE, his executors,
administrators or assigns may make any purchase at any public sale of
confiscated property (except such that shall be ordered by the legislature
for special purposes) and this indent shall be received in payment.  For the
true performance of the several payments in manner above mentioned, Treasury
is liable and faith of state pledged.

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