David Smith vs. Arthur Bradshaw
Harris, Christopher vs. Thomas Bradshaw, Judgment Roll
0151 002 003A 00219 00
Bradsher, Thomas vs. James Browne, Judgment Roll
0151 002 007A 00742 00
||6/8/1798-1/7/1799: BRATCHER (BRACHER)
WILLIAM, late of County, labourer, Hog Stealing. Ruben Harrison
found a sow, his property, in possession of William Bracher and believe
Bracher took his sow. Sarah (X) Bracher for Will. Bracher on Bail
Bond. (Greenville County Sessions Court Case Rolls, 1792-1799)
||5, pp. 197-198
||3/17/1788: A Lease and Release from William
Bratcher to Nathaniel Wooten proved by James Smith & Samuel Ward. Ordered to be
||1, pg. 62
||6/17/1788: Ordered that William Bratcher be
appointed & ordered in place of John Bearden; the road leading from Blackstocks ford
on Tyger River to the Cross Roads opposite Widow Smith's.
||1, pg. 72
||9/16/1788: Mary Williams Exors. James Williams
against William Bracher. Petition. Nonsuit.
||1, pg. 75
||9/17/1788: Abram Gray, James
Crowther, Brittain Williford, William Clayton & William Bracher, Gentlemen Arbitrators, their award
returned to our next Court, shall be a judgment thereof.
||1, pg. 78
||12/16/1788: Edward Smith against Peter Brooks.
Slander. This suit being heretofore refered to the arbitrament of Edward Beeks
Abram Gay, James Crowther, Brittain Williford, William Clayton & William Bratcher,
Gentlemen, arbitrators; hath now awarded that this suit Discontinue at each party's paying
their own costs.
||1, pg. 84
||9/23/1789: The State against John Roebuck &
John Chumler. Indictment for Petty Larceny. The defendants came into court and
acknowledged themselves to owe to the State £20 each and William Bracher and Joseph Power
as their Sureties, acknowledged to owe to the State £10 each provided the said defendants
shall not personally appear at next Court, and abide by the Judgment thereof on said
||1, pg. 105
||3/18/1790: William Bratcher against Baylis Earle
Esq. Exr. of Hampton. Debt Continued untill next court.
||1, pg. 129
||6/28/1790: The Court proceeded to Draw the Petit
Jurors for next Court, to wit.
|1. Henry Aires
2. Spencer Bobo Junr.
3. Thomas Roberts
4. Robert Milikin
5. George Hughey
6. William Floyd
7. John Pennington
8. Nathan Langford
9. Samson Trammall
10. Henry Morgan, Jr.
11. Newton Bramblett
12. James Buice
13. Thomas Prewitt
14. Richard Prior
15. Benjamine Clarke
|16. Peter Smith
17. James McDowell
18. William Haden, Sr.
19. Joseph Warren
20. Thomas White
21. William Wilkins
22. William Moore
23. William Taylor
24. William Bracher
25. John Brown
26. Thomas Bennett
27. Joseph Cavin
28. David Brewton
29. Jesse Reams
30. Oba. Wingo
|1, pg. 135
||9/22/1790: William Bratcher against Baylis Earle
Esq. Exr. of Edward Hampton. Debt. Nonsuit
||1, pg. 140
||9/22/1790: William Bratcher against Baylis Earle
Esq. Executor of Edward Hampton. Trover. Nonsuit.
||1, pg. 140
||9/22/1790: Thomas Blasingame as a witness in the
case of William Brachter against Baylis Earle Esq. Exr. of Edward Hampton Deceased, on
oath in open Court is allowed £1 s12 d6 for 13 days attendance.
||1, pg. 141
||1/12/1792: The County Treasurer against Nathaniel
Wooten & William Bratcher. Petition. Debt. On motion of William Shaw, Esq. the
Defendant came into Court and confessed Judgment for £10 proc. money & costs of suit.
||1, pg. 159
||1/12/1792: William Bratcher against Burrel
Thomson. Petition by Account.
||1, pg. 159
||4/11/1792: A Deed of Gift from William Bratcher
to Selah Barnett proven in open Court by the Evidence of James Lanford & Joseph
Burnett according to Law, Ordered to record.
||1, pg. 277
||7/10/1816: Pp. 91-93: L.W. & T. of John Grist
of Spartanburg County; rec 10 July 1816; to son John Grist tract on Dutchmans Creek,
purchased of Bennett Daffron; to son William Grist; tract on Cain Creek, purchased of
James Grant; to son Thomas Grist and Benjamin Grist tract on Dutchmans Creek,
Wm. Bratcher; if my mother should not make enough to support John Grist and Wm. is find
her support; to wife Rachel that tract whereon I now live; sons Thomas and Benjamin Grist,
when they come of age; to Lusa (Susa?) Grist and Fanny Grist; my three true and lawful
sons John Grist, Daniel McHam and William Grist, Exrs. 19 Jan 1816; John Grist (LS). Wit:
Wm. Pool, Wm. Varner, Drury Parham. Proven by Drury Parham & Henry Varner 5 July
1816. W. Lancaster Ord. Sptg. Dist.
||2, pg. 116
||8/25/1777: Lease and Release, John Wofford and
Mary his wife, to Isom Clayton, all of Union Co, for 10 Sh. and 250 pds current money of
SC, 300 acs. on Sugar Creek, waters of Fairforest, bound by Peter Renfrow, James
Jas Betterton, and vacant land, entire tract granted to John Wofford 17 Feb 1773 by Gov.
of SC, tract was now in actual possession of Isom Clayton. wit: Ralph Smith, Isaac
William Bratcher, who attested by oath 10 Aug 1790 bef. Thos. Brandon, J.C., Rec. 28 Sep
||3, pg. 552
||6/2/1791: The State of So. Carolina vs. William
Bratcher &al.} Indictment The Court Ordered a Noleprosique to be entered in this case.
||2, pg. 295
||02/11/1826: Bradshaw, James vs.
Henry L. Lestargette, Judgment roll
||4, B1AE 002 1826 0304A
||02/10/1827: Bradshaw, James vs.
James Geddes, Judgment roll
||4, B1AE 002 1827 0156A
||06/08/1827: Halsall, John Eberly to
James Bradshaw, Bill of sale for a slave named Sarah with her children,
Barberry, Rosanna, William and Sally
||4, 0002 001 005G 00025
||07/06/1827: Ladson, James H.,
Trustee of Mrs. H. C. Chiffelle to James Bradshaw, Bill of Sale for a
mulatto slave named Owen, about 16 years old
||4, 0002 001 005G 00038
||06/21/1828: Bradshaw, James vs.
Peter T. Marchant, Judgment roll
||4, B1AE 002 1828 0216A
||07/02/1828: Bradshaw, James vs.
Jeremiah Dickenson, Judgment roll
||4, B1AE 002 1828 0093A
||Brackin, John and James Lea of
Caswell County, NC to Peter Borch, Bill of sale for a slave named Dinah
and her male childe
||4, 0002 001 004D 00216
|James and Viner Bradshaw
||Deed Book B, 43: 02/27/1806,
Samuel Frierson ..."in contemplation of removing with my family into
the western country and at my departure I give to the children of James
Bradshaw and Viner his wife a red cow and a red heiffer, profits from said
stock to be kept at interest for the schooling of the
children". Wit: William Lifrage Sr. and Isaac Barrineau jr.
were also named as trustees.
||6, pg. 6
||Deed Book B, 204: 01/16/1817,
Abraham Connor for the kind love and affection I have for Mary Smith, I
give her all my property, 7 cows and a feather bed. Wit: Silas
Bradshaw and Arthur Browder. Joseph Holding, JP.
||6, pg. 22
||Deed Book B, 221: 03/18/1817, Nancy
Berry for the love and affection of my son Patrick Browder all my goods
and chattels, 1 bed, 2 cows, 2 sows, and a 2-year old steer. Wit:
John Scott and Silas Bradshaw. Joseph Holding, JP.
||6, pg 23
||Deed Book B, 62: 11/30/1809,
Personally appeared before me Samuel Bradshaw and James Browne, who being
duly sworn on the Holy Evangelist of Almighty God, deposeth that they were
personally acquainted with the mother of Abraham Connor who did live at
the time they knew her in Jones County, N. C. who they believe to be a
free born white woman and they know to their certain knowledge that she
always passed as such.
||6, pgs. 8-9
||Spartanburgh County, South Carolina: Minutes of the County Court 1785-1799; Brent
||Union County, South Carolina: Minutes of the County Court 1785-1799; Brent H. Holcomb,
||Some South Carolina County Records, ed. Rev. S.E. Lucas, v.2
||S. C. Department of Archives and History Alphabetical Index
||McKuen, Anne K.; Kirkman, Jane E.; Forrester, Penelope: Abstracts of
General Sessions Court Case Rolls: Washington District, South Carolina
1792-1799, Greenville County, South Carolina 1787-1799 (South Carolina
||Reid, Mary Ritter; Williamsburgh County Deed Abstracts from Deed Books
A&B Kingstree, South Carolina, 305 Kelley Street, South Carolina 29556,
||South Carolina Archives and History Department