South Carolina state plat, George Eady, 268 acres, District of Charleston, St. Johns Parish, 05 Mar 1802

[Includes names of owners of bounding plats:]
[north] Unknown & Land belonging to Thomas Palmer Esqr [Esquire]
[southwest] Land granted to Wm. [William] Greenland
[southeast] Granted to Richard Norman
[east] George Eady

South Carolina

I do hereby Certify for George Eady a Tract of Land containing two hundred and sixty eight [268] acres Surveyed for him the 10th day of October 1801 [10 Oct 1801] Situate in the District of Charleston St. Johns Parish, and hath such shape form marks buttings & bounding as the above Plat represents,

Given under my Hand this 5th day of March 1802 [05 Mar 1802]

{signed} Jas. [James] G. Wiare Depy Sur [Deputy Surveyor]
{signed} J. G. [John Gabriel] Guignard Sur Genl [Surveyor General]

  • South Carolina Department of Archives and History. Microfilm ST0581. South Carolina state plats: Charleston series, 1784-1860. Series S213190, Reel 14, Volume 36, Page 201.
  • Last modified: 2019-12-11 17:18:00
  • by Ken Norman