Richard Perry7521, 7522, 7523, 7524, 7525 was born Bet. 1750 - 1760, and died Aft. 1830 in Camden District, Lancaster County, SC. He married Stevens.
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GIVN Richard SURN Perry DATE 13 NOV 1999 TIME 08:05:56[Perry2.FTW]
PERRY-020 Census 1830 Lancaster Co. SC lists a Richard Perry age 70-80, 1 female 60-70, 1 male and 1 female 30-40, no slaves. This man is the right age to be the father of Joshua Perry. This is the only Richard Perry in the county PERRY-019 Census 1840 Lancaster County, SC shows no Richard Perry as head of household PERRY-025 The Richard Perry connection comes from a book in the Georgia Archives in Atlanta. The book is called The Crenshaws and the Perrys and is by Beatrice Mackey Doughtie. It has been some time since I (Pat Colbert) looked at the book, but Mrs. Doughtie was a DAR member, a Pilgrim decendent, a Magna Charta decendent and supposed to be of Royal descent as well. There was a Richard Perry in the Lancaster District. Whether this Richard was a definite relation is in some question. Some of my notes given to me by a Pennington believe that he married a girl with the last name of Stevens and that he lived in the SW area of Lancaster County between Cedar and Rockey Creeks. Deed Book O, pg 153 His children are believed to be: Benjamin Perry Joshua Perry Josh S. Perry ? Perry who married a Henderson Sarah who married a Montgomery PERRY-026 The following Perry households are shown in the 1810 census of Lancaster County, SC. pg 2 #54 Richard Perry 1M 10-15, 4M 16-25, 1M>45, 1F 10-15, 1F 16-25, 1F 26-44 pg 12 #526 Zadock Perry 2M 16-25, 1M>45, 1F>45, 6 slaves pg 12 #527 Benjamin Perry 1M<10, 1M 10-15, 1M>45, 2F<10, 1F 16-25, 1F26-44, 31 slaves pg 12 #528 Abram Perry 1M<10, 1M 26-44, 1F 10-15, 1F>45, 4 slaves In 1810 Joshua would be 20-30 years old according to his age on later census records. The Richard Perry household is the only one showing males over 20 who are not the heads of household. ----- From the 1800 US Census, Lancaster County, SC Richard Perry 2 m. 01-10 2 fem. 01-10 3 m. 10-16 1 fem. 25-45 1 m. 26-45
According to the SC Archives: "Land Grants after the Revolution", Richard Perry had the following land grants after the Revolutionary War: May 2, 1804 Lancaster District, SC 283 acres June 15, 1804 Lancaster District, SC 33 acres March 21, 1805 Lancaster District, SC 53.5 acres
Per Lancaster County, SC Deed Book M, page 125: "Richard Perry, Lancaster County, SC executes a deed to Alston Clark, 11 September 1806, tract of land containing 33 acres on the Catawba River, branch of Cedar Creek bound by John Hood, Absolem Creek, Thomas Cauthern, being an original grant to Richard Perry. Witnessed by Samuel Douglans and Isaac Stewart. ----- From the 1810 US Census, Lancaster County, SC Richard Perry 1 m. 10-16 1 fem. 10-16 4 m. 16-26 1 fem. 16-26 1 m. 45 up 1 fem. 26-45 ----- From the 1820 US Census, Lancaster County, SC Richard Perry 1 m 01-10 2 fem 01-10 1 m 16-26 2 fem 16-26 1 m 26-45 1 fem Over 45 1 m Over 45
Per Lancaster County, SC Deed Book L, page 374: 5 July 1827, Richard Perry of Lancaster County, SC deeded to Edward Lewis of Chester District, SC for $75, one undivided half of tract of land or plantation lying on island of the Cataba (Catawba) River known by the name of Mountain Island, bounded on the E by part of sd River, N by land granted to George Platt, W by sd River being the South end of sd Island. Witnessed by John Murdock, John Perry. ---- From the 1830 US Census, Lancaster County, SC Richard Perry 1 m 30-40 1 fem 30-40 1 m 70-80 1 fem 60-70
More About Richard Perry: Census: 1800, Lancaster County, SC.