Indenture made November 9, 1792 between Jesse Jernigan planter of Robeson County and Benjamin Lewis of South Carolina, for 80 pounds land in Robeson on the east side of Indian Swamp adjacent Widow Stewart containing 440 acres. Witnesses: Micajah Ganey and W Ashley. Robeson County, NC Register of Deeds; Bk C, pg 413.
Indenture made November 29, 1792 between Benjamin Lewis planter and Jacob Lewis both of Georgetown District SC, for 150 pounds land in Robeson on the east side of Indian Swamp adjacent to the run of New Ground Field Branch containing 200 acres. Witnesses: James Lewis and Abraham Wortherington. Robeson County, NC Register of Deeds; Bk C, pg 416.
Indenture made January 8, 1793 between Benjamin Lewis of the state of SC, Georgetown District Planter of the one part and Stephen Lewis of the state of NC and county of Glasgow [Greene] of the other part, for 300 pounds land in Robeson County on the east side of Indian Swamp adjacent to Widow Stewart line near Mill Branch containing 240 acres. Witnesses: Nancy Lewis and Lewis. Robeson County, NC Register of Deeds; Bk C, pg 411.
When William Lewis was living in South Carolina (ca1815-1819), did he live with any of the following Lewis men? They could have been his brothers.
Indenture made May, 1815 between John Lewis of Robeson County, Benjamin Lewis of Marion District, SC, Solomon Rouse of Duplin of the one part and Daniel Kornegay of Wayne of the other part, for $100 land in Wayne on the west side of Thunder Swamp near the mouth of Spring Branch adjacent to Kornegay's corner, edge of Manley's field, Warrick Pond it being the corner said Kornegay bought of Durham Graddy, corner line sd Kornegay purchased of Richard Martin and containing 306 acres. Witnesses: B Kornegay and Abner Tilmen. Wayne County, NC Register of Deeds; Bk 10, pg 240.
Indenture made May 20, 1815 between John Lewis of Robeson Co and Benjamin Lewis of Marion District, SC of the one part and Solomon Rouse of Duplin County, for $266 land in Duplin on the north side of Goshen Swamp, formerly belonged to Starling Powell deceased, known by the name of the Goshen place containing 379 acres it being two thirds of the said land that was called the Goshen Plantation and the lands adjoining in said Starling Powell's will and sold by the heirs of Starling Powell to Benjamin Lewis and William Lewis, the said William Lewis conveyed his part to John Lewis and one third part conveyed before by the said Benjamin Lewis and John Lewis. Signed John Lewis and Benja Lewis. Witnesses Lewis Rouse and Solomon Barfield. Duplin County, NC Register of Deeds; Bk 5a, pg 410.
Indenture made February 3, 1816 between Dickson Flowers of Marion District, SC and Solomon Rouse of Duplin County, NC of the first part and Benjamin and John Lewis of SC of the other part, for $160 land in Duplin on the So side of Goshen Swamp containing 100 acres. Another tract in Wayne County, NC on the south side of Thunder Swamp containing about 400 acres. Witnesses: John Beck and William Beck. Duplin County, NC Register of Deeds; Bk DFTU, pg 365.