This memorial was not dated, but Samuel Hamlin also entered the memorial immediately preceding this one on the same page. That one was dated 23 Apr 1764. One can infer he entered both memorials on the same day.

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Samuel Hamlin
207 Acres
Qt Rt 1/Proc [Quit-Rent 1-shilling Proclamation money] on
37 Acres
160 at 4/ [4 shillings]
10-Pepper Corn
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207

Certified by R. [Richard] Lambton Dy. Aud. [Deputy Auditor]

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A memorial Exhibited by Samuel Hamlin to be registd [registered] in the Auds [Auditor's] Office SC

Of a Plantation or Tract of Land Contg [containing] 207 Acres Situate in St. George's Parish Berkly County Butting and Bounding North Easterly on Lands formerly of William Downing Esqr [Esquire] and of Lands of Thomas Diston, South Easterly on Lands formerly of Thomas Diston, South Westerly on Land formerly on Land formerly [sic] of William Way and N Westerly on Lands of Richard Bedon, and Conveyed by William Godfrey to Samuel Hamlin the memorialist by Lease and release bearing date the 30th & 31st day of Decr 1763 [30 Dec 1763 & 31 Dec 1763]. Qt Rt 1 p hundd acres [Quit-Rent 1 shilling per hundred acres]

{signed} Samuel Hamlin

  • South Carolina Department of Archives and History. Microfilm ST0090. Memorial books (Copy Series). Series S111001, Volume 6, Page 409, Item 3.
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