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Re: Samuel PEDEN in SC
Posted by: Mark Paden (ID *****4174) Date: May 19, 2005 at 11:28:36
In Reply to: Samuel PEDEN in SC by Peggy GUNTER of 1028

On 6 Jan 1773 Samuel Peden received a Warrant of Survey from the Royal Council in Charlestown for 100 acres in what was then called Craven County. He received the Royal Land Grant for the 100 acres on 8 Dec 1774. The land was located on the Enoree River. His brother David Peden also received a land grant on the Enoree whereas most of the other Pedens received land on the Tyger River. I believe all these grants were in today's Spartanburg Co. although the Enoree forms the boundary with Greenville Co., Laurens Co. and Spartanburg Co.

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