Clement Deale

  • Name
    Clement Deale
     
  • Name
    Clement Deal
     
  • ID
    I2440
  • Gender
    Male
  • Jane and Alexander Deale made application for Admin. of Clement's will on January 30, 1790 in Pendleton Co., SC. Descendants of Clement Deal (From "Connections", 1999 By Richard Fowler) Generation No. 1 1. CLEMENT3 DEAL (ALEXANDER2, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1753, and died August 24, 1796 in Pendleton County, SC. He married MARY JANE GRIFFIN. Notes for CLEMENT DEAL: (Some of these documents were reported by Edith Greisser. Some came from Julian Eugene Boggers. Others from my own research. Some of these descendants and many more further down came from Gail Howell, a Deal descendant.) He sold 150 acres on Spring Branch of Mudlick Creek, originally granted to Richard Miley. (Laurens County Deed Book B-52/3 on May 22, 1786.) Laurens Deed Book A, page 134, 4/7/1785 - 1/19/1786 Alexander Deale unto his sons Clement and Alexander for natural love and affection, tracts of land on the Banks Creek where I now live and negroes. Original contains more specific information. (I have the entire 1794 document, which is very interesting.) (Alexander who was only about 6 or 7 when his father died, stayed in Laurens County for awhile but eventually left this land for Edgefield County and lived in the Phoenix area which is now in Greenwood County. His final home was actually about 100 yards inside Abbeville County, the road on which he lived was the county line, and is still called County Line Road, although in 1897, Greenwood and McCormick Counties were carved from Abbeville and Edgefield. This has made searching for records a real problem. The old Deal property now would be about 4 miles from the Edgefield County line. RF) Laurens Deed Book B, page 52, 5/21/1786 - 1/9/1787 Clement Deale planter, and wife Jean, to William Watson, a plantation, for 100 pounds sterling, 150 acres on a spring branch of Mudlick Creek. (NOTE: Mudlick is in Laurens County, just north of the original Deal land on Banks Creek. It flows just north of Cross Hill into Newberry County into the Little River, which in turn flows into the Saluda. John Caldwell, an uncle of Isabella, was the Deputy Surveyor before the Revolutionary War. He also owned huge tracts of land on Mudlick and Little Rivers, one alone was 1250 acres. RF ) Laurens Deed Book C, page 168, 12/11/1789 - 4/30/1790 Claborn Sims to Clement Deale for 21 pounds 10 shillings 168 pence, part of 535 acres of land granted to Thomas Farr on 7/8/1774 on Lynches Branch of Enoree River. 1790 Census: Clement head of household in Laurens County, SC. 2 males over 16, 3 males under 16, 3 females and 7 slaves. Near Clement were Alexander (assuredly his brother) and a Martin. Laurens Deed Book C, page 342, 3/10/1791 - 3/15/1791 Clement Deal to Thomas W. Fakes for 21 pounds 168 pence, part of 535 acres of land granted to Thomas Farr by Governor Bull 7/8/1774 on Linches Branch waters of the Enoree River. Laurens Deed Book F, page 83 4/22/1794 - 2/17/1796 Clement Deale, planter, of Pendleton County to Peter Hitt for 100 pounds sterling, 150 acres on Saluda originally granted to Phillip Good 1767. Witness is Alexander Deale Oct 28, 1796: Sale of Clement Deale recorded in Pendleton District. Purchasers are Jane, Patty, Alexander, John, Polly, (all Deale) plus William Griffin, Abner Steele, George Reese, William Crews and Joseph Whitner. Sheriff's sale on Nov 21, 1812 of land that had belonged to Clement Deale named widow Jane, heirs Alexander, Mary and her husband Henry Cox, Elisabeth and her husband Abner Steele, the late Patsey Deale and her husband Ephraim Robinson, the late Milly Deale and her husband James Drennan, Charlotte and her husband Hugh Gaston and Susan and her husband John Schism. (This traces the movement of Clement from the original land on Banks Creek, much of which was sold to the Watts Family who built a bridge across the Saluda. While his brother Alexander and nephews Alexander , Lemarcus, Demillion and so on stayed on Banks Creek for awhile, he appears to have moved into Abbeville County, then into Pendleton, which is closer to Anderson, SC. It is obvious that Clement lost some property to taxes, and his children re-bought the land at auction. RF) Notes for MARY JANE GRIFFIN: Clement is not on the 1800 census, but it appears that his wife is there, listed as "Jane". Information from Jeanie Sharp Nance file: Mary Jane and Alexander Deale made application for administration of Clement's will on 30 Jan 1790 in Pendleton District, SC. Census: 1790 Ninety-Six District, Laurens Co., SC Census: 1779 Ninety-Six District, SC Land Record: 21 Aug 1771 Culpeper Co., VA Land Record: 7 Apr 1785 Laurens Co., SC Land Record: 21 May 1786 Laurens Co., SC Land Record: 4 Sep 1789 Laurens Co., SC Land Record: 16 Mar 1790 Culpeper Co., VA Land Record: 14 Mar 1791 Laurens Co., SC Land Record: 22 Apr 1794 Laurens Co., SC Will: 1796 Pendleton District, Anderson Co., SC [ac.FTW] Clement's name is listed in the Card Index of Revolutionary War Patriots in the SC Archives, along with Demillion Deal, Jeremiah Deal, John Deal, Michael Deal and William Deal. Dec 15, 1767, Clement Deale witnessed the will of a Richard Deal, son of William Deale, in Calvert Co., MD. Aug 21, 1771, Alexander and Clement Deale bought 153 acres on the north side of the Rapidan River, in Culpepper Co., VA, from Francis and Lucy Moore for 221 pounds, 13 shillings. 14 Frontier Families, by Mary Matthews May 23, 1772, Clement Deale offered a reward for a finely dressed convict servant who had run away from him. Laurens Co., VA Deed Book A, pg. 134 Apr 7, 1785, Alexander Deale signs a gift of deed to his son Clement , of 150 acres on Banks Creek, a tributary of the "Saludey". Alexander Deale left in his will to his two sons, Clement and Alexander Jr., "150 acres on which I now live in the fork of Banks Creek, Laurens Co., SC and slaves". Laurens Co., SC Deed Book B, pg. 94-96, Signed: Mar 31, 1786 Recorded: Mar 31, 1807 Charles Saxon and Judith his wife of Laurens County sold to Robert Young of same for 20 pounds, 87 acres, being a grant Feb 6,1786 to Charles Saxon of 87 acres on Beaverdam Creek. Witnessed by Davis Saxon, Hugh O'Neal, Nehemiah Franks and Clement Deale. Laurens Co., VA Deed Book B, pg. 52 May 21, 1786, Clement and Mary Jane Deale sold 150 acres on Spring Branch of Mudlick Creek, originally granted to Richard Miley, to William Watson. Laurens Co., SC Deed Book C, pg. 168 Sep 4, 1789, Claborn Sims to Clement Deale for 21 pounds 10 shillings 168 pence, 168 acres, part of 535 acres of land granted to Thomas Farr by Gov. Bull, on Jul 8, 1774, on Lynches Branch of Enoree River. Culpeper Co., VA Deed Book Conglomerate Mar 16, 1790, Alexander and Clement Deale sell 153 acres on the north side of Rapidan to William Robertson for 100 pounds. Laurens Co., SC Deed Book C, pg. 342 Mar 14, 1791, Clement Deal to Thomas W. Fakes for 21 pounds 168 pence, 168 acres, part of 535 acres of land granted to Thomas Farr by Governor Bull on Jul 8, 1774, on Lynches Branch waters of the Enoree River. Laurens Co., SC Deed Book F, pg. 83 Apr 22, 1794, Clement Deale, planter, of Pendleton Co. to Peter Hitt for 100 pounds sterling, 150 acres on Saluda originally granted to Phillip Good in 1767. Wit: Alexander Deale. SCMAR Vol VI, Winter 1978, No. 1, pg. 29 Mar 6, 1790, An account of the appraisement of the Estate of Barnet Kernall, decd., includes 4 Negroes (named). Total £ 218 1 6. Appraised by Alexander Deal, Clement Deal, and Benjamin Fooshee, sworn before Angus Campbell, Esq. SCMAR, Vol VII, No. 3, Summer, 1979, pg. 176, cont'. from pg. 108 Pendleton County Court Minutes Clement Deale vs Thomas Lofton, debt by note £ 17: 10, summoned William Griffin on behalf of Plaintiff. Jan 30, 1796, Mary Jane and Alexander Deale made application for administration of Clement's will, in Pendleton District, SC. Oct 28, 1796, Sale of Clement Deale dec'd, recorded in Pendleton District. Purchasers are Jane, Patty, Alexander, John and Polly Deale, William Griffin, Abner Steele, George Reese, William Crews and Joseph Whitner. Pendleton District, SC Book M, 1812-1817, pg. 60 Nov 21, 1812, Sheriff's sale of land that had belonged to Clement Deale, named widow Jane, heirs Alexander, Mary and her husband Henry Cox, Elisabeth and her husband Abner Steele, the late Patsey Deale and her husband Ephraim Robinson, the late Milly Deale and her husband James Drennan, Charlotte and her husband Hugh Gaston and Susan and her husband John Schism/Chisholm.
    11 Total Ancestors
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Generation 1
[1.01  2]   Clement Deale (1753-<1796)
Generation 2
[1.02  3]   Alexander Deale, I (1708-1786) MD-VA-MD-SC
[2.01  4]   Susannah Wilson (1710-) MD
Generation 3
[1.03  5]   William Deale (1647-1731) SCT-FIF-MD
[2.02*  ]   Josian Wilson (~1674-1730)
[3.01  6]   Elizabeth ’Eliza’ Stallings (~1655-1718) MD
[4.01*  ]   Susannah Unknown (~1674-)
Generation 4
[1.04*  ]   Alexander Deale (1625-1655) FIF
[3.02*  ]   Richard Stallings (~1630-1703) LIN-MD
[5.01*  ]   Margaret Ramsey (1630-1655) FIF-SCT
[6.01   ]   Lavaria Kingland (~1630-)
Generation 5
[6.02*  ]   Anthony Kingland (~1594-)
 
Elizabeth Deale (1777-1854)
Alexander Deal (1782-1844)
Mary Deale (~1784-)
Amelia Milly Deale (1785-1846)
Meshack Deale (~1786-~1820)
Patsy Deale (~1788-1812)
Milly Deale (~1793-<1812)
Susannah Deale (1795-1857)
Thomas Hanson Deale (~1795-~1857)
Shadrack D Deale (1818-1880)
Clement Deale (1753-<1796)
Alexander Deale, I (1708-1786)
William Deale (1647-1731)
Josian Wilson (~1674-1730)
Alexander Deale (1625-1655)
Margaret Ramsey (1630-1655)
Richard Stallings (~1630-1703)
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