Canada BRATCHER, Campbell Co., TN 1822
Register of Deeds
Campbell Co. Tennessee
Deed Book D, pages 193 and 194
Canidy Bratcher to Isham Goins
This indenture made and entered into this 12th of January 1822 between
Canidy Bratcher of the one part and Isham Goin of the other part both
of the County of Campbell and State of Tennessee.
Witnesseth that the Canidy Bratcher for and in consideration of the sum
one hundred and fifty dollars to him in hand paid the receipt whereof
is hereby acknowledged hath bargained sold aliened and confirmed unto the
said Isham Goins his heirs and assigns forever a certain tract or parcel
of land containing sixty acres be the same more of less being in said
county of Campbell and the place whereon the said Isham Goins now lives
on and bounded as follows viz: Beginning at a white oak thence easterly
course a conditional line between said Bratcher and Goins to a poplar
in Charles Bratchers line a corner then a northerly course with said
Bratchers line to the lot line Thomas Mclains to a white oak thence said
line to the mountain and thence westwardly to the beginning. With all
and singular the rents and titles rents and appertanances and every parcel
thereof unto the said Isham Goins his heirs and assigns forever against
the lawful claims of all and every person or persons whosoever will warrant
and forever defend thereon. Witness whereof I have set my hand and seal
the day and date above written.
Witness............................. Signed: Canidy Bratcher (seal)
Canidy Bratcher Junior
Daniel "X" Goins
State of Tennessee
Court of Pleas and Quarter sessions 3rd March 1823. The executors of
the within deed of conveyance from Canidy Bratcher to Isham Goins was
this day acknowledged in open court in due form of law and ordered to
be registered. Post.
........................................ Ja.(?) Hart, Clk.
(Transcribed by Karen L. Cooper, 105 West Xenia Drive, Fairborn, OH 45324.
Tel: (937) 879-9874)
Charles and Canady Bratcher, who may be descended from John Bratcher the "Indian Spy". In looking for others in the colony who are Georgene's lineage [and allied families], it is interesting to note those living adjacent to the Bratchers.
* JOHN OWENS CONNECTIONS TO BRATCHERS OF WILLIAMS CREEK *
1798...Charles BRATCHER (Breashear) of WILLIAMS CREEK, conveyed land to JOHN OWENS. This was signed in the presence of PETER HAMMACK [who settled on WILLIAMS CREEK also]. Is this CHARLES BREASHEAR, REV. WAR VETERAN, who received 12,000 acres of land in middle TN.?
1799...A WILLIAM BRACKERS is registered by Capt McGavesan? WILLIAM also has a large household numbering some 25 white persons and 1 black. Is this WILLIAM BRATCHER/BRESHEARS FAMILY with whom the Hammacks and McPheters intermarried?
1802...PETER HAMMACK, by indenture from John Counts, for $200.00 dollars bought for himself & heirs land on WILLIAMS CREEK. [tributary of Holston River]. Test: John Myers; Ezekial Crofts; Stephen McBroom.
1806...One Jammack? HAMMACK shows up as Capt, in Alex. Hamilton's Co. with 1 white pole [a young person?]. Henry MOLER and brother Valentine from Rowan Co., NC appear in 1806, also Georgene's proven lineage.
1808...PETER MAMMACK; ELIZABETH HAMMACK [whose widow?]; JOHN McFEETERS [also Georgene's lineage]; JOHN HAMMACK SR. [who is probably the JOHN with Rev. War service from VA., settle on WILLIAMS CREEK. Others in the colony recognized as collaterals to GH BRATCHER lineage. WILLIAM HALL estate; ANDREW MC PHEETERS; JOHN HUMPHRIES [married a Brashears]; JOHN HALL; ROBERT HALL; and a JOSEPH PESHER [BESHER?].
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The name Canidy Bratcher, Being associated with Charles Bratcher of East Tennessee (1799-1820) is of interest to me. There is a deed in Spartenburg SC that documents William Bratcher spelling his name as Bracher and Bradshaw in the body of same. His descendants are in the deed index as Breshear. A William appears to be the patriarch of the family who moved with 33 others into East TN. His relationship to Canady not established.
The Canady Bratcher removed from Virginia. For additional information see Census and Tax records posted under Surname Bratcher.