Person:Richard Covington (10)

Richard Burnett Covington
m. 1 Mar 1779
  1. William Covington
  2. John Burnett Covington
  3. Edmund Covington
  4. Catherine CovingtonAbt 1780 -
  5. Richard Burnett CovingtonAbt 1785 -
  6. Nancy CovingtonAbt 1789 -
  7. Leroy CovingtonAbt 1798 -
m. 9 Dec 1814
Facts and Events
Name Richard Burnett Covington
Gender Male
Birth? Abt 1785 Edgefield, South Carolina, United States
Marriage 9 Dec 1814 Edgefield, South Carolina, United Statesto Jane Garrett

20 Aug 1809 Catey Covington of Edgefield District to Burnett Covington for the sum of two hundred & forty nine dollars in hand paid by the said Burnett Covington have granted bargained & sold that parcel containing 62 acres and a quarter lying on big Stevens Creek belonging to the estate of John Covington deceased being one of the children of the said Dec'd after dividing the tract and one third part for the widow of same. (signed Caty (X) Covington Wits: Thomas Livingston & Joel Howerton. Does not give the recording date -- Edgefield Co. Deed Bk 30 p. 386 [most likely this is to brother Richard Burnett not brother John Burnett because the deed by Mayson Garrett to Richard follows this one]

23 Mar 1811 Mayson Garrett of Edgefield District to Richard Covington of same for the sum of two hundred forty dollars to me paid by the said Richard all that parcel of land containing 62 acres on Big Stevens Creek part of the estate of John Covington dec'd by right to my wife Nancy Garrett she being one of the children of the said dec'd... Nancy signs Nancy (X) Covington. Recorde 20 Aug 1811 - Edgefield Co. Deed Bk 30 p. 387

11 May 1812 John B. Covington of Edgefield District for the sum of six hundred sixty two dollars & fifty cents to me paid by John Traylor have granted bargained and sold all that part or piece of land lying on the East side of big Stephens Creek which is part of a Tract formerly belonging to John Covington Dec'd now belonging to the heirs of the above mentioned dec'd begining at an Alder Corner on the South Bank... near the Jin house, thence bounded by Richard Covington's land, one of the heirs of the above mentioned dec'd to W Oak corner thence W bounded by Leroy Covington's 4 chains part of the same survey to a Red Oak corner the dividing corner between Leroy and Edmond Covington land, heirs of John Covington dec'd thence west bounded by Edmond Covington to large W. Oak on the bank of Stephens Creek thence up the creek to the mouth of Sweet Water thence up Sweet Water Creek to the beginning corner near the Jin house which is on Sweet Water together with half the Jin and the Seat where the Jin now Sits and half of all belongs to the Jin - about 124 acres. Signed John B. Covington - Wits Jno __ Phenix and Joseph Prince (who was also one of the exors of the dec'd estate) Recorded 3 Nov 1812 - Edgefield Co. Deed Bk 31 p. 192 [there must be guardianship records that hold this land for Leroy who should be underage?]