A Henry Tidmore was on the estate records of William Braswell in Newberry County South Carolina, and a Henry Tidmore moved from Newberry County to Pickens County.
William had a son named Arthur, and a son named Allen.
An Allen Braswell is in Pickens County in 1830 also.
1800 - William Brasil - Lexington, Orangeburg District, South Carolina - 1 male over 45, 1 female 26-46, 2 males 16-25, 2 males 10-15, 2 females 10-15, 1 male under 10, 1 female under 10. (5 males & 3 females 0-25)
1795 - December 17, Deed of Gift from William (X) Braswell unto his children Jacob, William, Richard, John, Allen, Nancy, Elizabeth and Sally. Witnessed by Brittian Braswel and James Braswell. (Edgefield Co., SC DB 12 1794-1796 P 470-471 contributed by Walter Braswell) (5 sons and 3 daughters)
1800 - William Brasil is adjacent to George Monglet who is adjacent to Peter Raimick.
1802 - April 3, Christopher Sharp, 31 acres on fork of Broad and Saluda Rivers in Orangeburgh District, surveyed by James S. Guignard. Other names indexed: Uldrick Beard, George Monglet, Peter Raimick, John Rutledge. (South Carolina Archives)
It appears that William was living on the fork of the Broad & Saluda Rivers in 1800.