Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties

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REPORT FROM THE SECRETARY OF WAR IN RELATION TO THE PENSION ESTABLISHMENT OF THE UNITED STATES 1835
COPIED AND INDEXED BY WILLIAM R. NAVEY, HOLLY RIDGE, NC 28445-0251

JOHN DENT
UNKNOWN
PAPERS DESTROYED
CORPORAL
REVOLUTIONARY ARMY
$44.00 ANNUAL ALLOWANCE
$616.00 AMOUNT RECEIVED
MARCH 4, 1789 PENSION STARTED
DIED MARCH 26, 1803 
Dent, Jonathan (I009374)
 
116152 {see EFSM Vol. VI for Dyson children}
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Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 78. CC, Jun 28. 1766 from Mary Dyson of CC and Maddox Dyson of Frederick County, planters, to Bennett Dyson of CC, planter, for 100 £ and for other good causes, part of 3 tracts of land, the one, Swann Hill, and the other, Nevitts Desire, and the other, Concord, lying in CC on the east side of the main Branch of Piles fresh, containing about 77 acres. Concord contains about 7-1/2 acres. Signed Mary (m her mark) Dyson, Maddox Dyson. Wit - Jno Winter*, Robt Horner*. Recorded Jul 24, 1766.
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 374-12: SWAN HILL: 200 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Norris, Henry: 100 Acres - Dyson, Thomas: Surveyed 2 May 1665 for Edward Swan in the woods adjoining to the land of John Compton called BOSWELL {mm note: spelling is BOSWELL}: Other Tracts Mentioned: BOSWELL; ; ; Conveyance notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, 100 Acres - John Wilson from Henry Norris; 28 Oct 1712,100 Acres - John Dyson from Thomas Swann; 15 Mar 1738, Thomas Dyson Jr. from Thomas Dyson Sr., 9 March 1742., George Dyson from Thomas Dyson Sr., 9 March 1742, ,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 298-74: NEVITTS DESIRE: 200 acres; Possession of - 200 Acres - Bayne, Walter : Surveyed 10 July 1665 for John Nevitt Adjoining to the land of Edward Swan: Conveyance notes - Walter Beane for Ebsworth Beane, Joseph Allen from Ebsworth Bayne, 22 Feb 1715.,25 Acres – Thomas Dyson from Samuel Amery (sp?), 2 June 1732, 150 Acres – John Allen from John Nevitt, 1 April 1734, Thomas Dyson Jr. from Thomas Dyson Sr., 9 March 1742., George Dyson from Thomas Dyson Sr., 9 March 1742, John Wilson from Joseph Allen, 30 May 1746

=== Contributed by Ralph D. Smith

1776 - The 1776 Census of Sugarland Hundred, Frederick Co., Md. (which later in 1776 becomes part of the new Montgomery Co., Md.) shows this household:
--Dyson, Matdox, age 32
--Dyson, Bennett, age 8
--Dyson, Aquely, age 6
--Dyson, John, age 3
--Dyson, Jean, age 40 [formerly the widow of John Swann]
--Dyson, Mary, age 1
--Dyson, Mary, age 56
--Swann, Thomas, age 15
--Swann, Ann, age 10
--Clark, Nester, age 38
--Prilley, a Negro, age 56.
Source: Brumbaugh, Vol. 1, pp. 201-2.

Aug. 1777 - Maddox Dyson is in the 3rd Company of the Upper Battalion of Montgomery Co., troops in the Maryland Militia.
Source: Clements and Wright, "The Maryland Militia in the Revolutionary War," pp. 192-3 
Dyson, Maddox (I039100)
 
116153 {see EFSM Vol. VI for Dyson children}
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Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 78. CC, Jun 28. 1766 from Mary Dyson of CC and Maddox Dyson of Frederick County, planters, to Bennett Dyson of CC, planter, for 100 £ and for other good causes, part of 3 tracts of land, the one, Swann Hill, and the other, Nevitts Desire, and the other, Concord, lying in CC on the east side of the main Branch of Piles fresh, containing about 77 acres. Concord contains about 7-1/2 acres. Signed Mary (m her mark) Dyson, Maddox Dyson. Wit - Jno Winter*, Robt Horner*. Recorded Jul 24, 1766.
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 374-12: SWAN HILL: 200 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Norris, Henry: 100 Acres - Dyson, Thomas: Surveyed 2 May 1665 for Edward Swan in the woods adjoining to the land of John Compton called BOSWELL {mm note: spelling is BOSWELL}: Other Tracts Mentioned: BOSWELL; ; ; Conveyance notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, 100 Acres - John Wilson from Henry Norris; 28 Oct 1712,100 Acres - John Dyson from Thomas Swann; 15 Mar 1738, Thomas Dyson Jr. from Thomas Dyson Sr., 9 March 1742., George Dyson from Thomas Dyson Sr., 9 March 1742, ,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 298-74: NEVITTS DESIRE: 200 acres; Possession of - 200 Acres - Bayne, Walter : Surveyed 10 July 1665 for John Nevitt Adjoining to the land of Edward Swan: Conveyance notes - Walter Beane for Ebsworth Beane, Joseph Allen from Ebsworth Bayne, 22 Feb 1715.,25 Acres – Thomas Dyson from Samuel Amery (sp?), 2 June 1732, 150 Acres – John Allen from John Nevitt, 1 April 1734, Thomas Dyson Jr. from Thomas Dyson Sr., 9 March 1742., George Dyson from Thomas Dyson Sr., 9 March 1742, John Wilson from Joseph Allen, 30 May 1746

=== Contributed by Ralph D. Smith

1776 - The 1776 Census of Sugarland Hundred, Frederick Co., Md. (which later in 1776 becomes part of the new Montgomery Co., Md.) shows this household:
--Dyson, Matdox, age 32
--Dyson, Bennett, age 8
--Dyson, Aquely, age 6
--Dyson, John, age 3
--Dyson, Jean, age 40 [formerly the widow of John Swann]
--Dyson, Mary, age 1
--Dyson, Mary, age 56
--Swann, Thomas, age 15
--Swann, Ann, age 10
--Clark, Nester, age 38
--Prilley, a Negro, age 56.
Source: Brumbaugh, Vol. 1, pp. 201-2.

Aug. 1777 - Maddox Dyson is in the 3rd Company of the Upper Battalion of Montgomery Co., troops in the Maryland Militia.
Source: Clements and Wright, "The Maryland Militia in the Revolutionary War," pp. 192-3 
Dyson, Maddox (I039100)
 
116154 {Theoph,Gideon,Benj,John,John} Dent, Pamelia Anne (I009298)
 
116155 {Wm,Thos,John,John} Dent, Thomas (I009336)
 
116156 {Zach,Benj,John,John}
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Charles County Maryland Will Book WDM-15, 1825-1833; {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 300.
Zachariah Dent Sr., Will, June 21, 1828; December 27, 1828
I, Zachariah Dent of CC, being weak in body, but of sound and disposing mind, memory and understanding;
To son William S. Dent, 1 dollar.
To son George R. Dent, 1 dollar.
To son Zechariah Dent, the plantation whereon he now lives being a part of a tract "Burches Reserve", part of a tract "Chesham" and part of a tract "Boarman Manor". Also negroes James and John now in his possession.
To son Zachariah Dent, negroes Peggy and Teresa, provided he pay my daughter Catherine Swann, 110 dolllars.
To daughter Catharine Swann, negroes Stephen, William, Harry, Anne, Warren, and Blackman. Also 1 walnut chest.
To daughter Elizabeth Sophia Dent, my dwelling plantation whereon I now live, being part of "Turners Forest" and also part of a tract called "Church Over". Also negroes Mary, Henny, Mark, Mariah, Juliana and Emily. Also 1 desk, 1 bed and furniture, 1 cart and 1 yoke of oxen, 1 bay mare, 1 bay colt, all the meat, corn crop of tobacco and wheat in the house or field and all the money that I may have at my death.
To son Zachariah Dent, daughters Catharine Swann and Elizabeth Sophia Dent, all the rest and residue of my estate.
Item: It is hereby expressed that all the above property bequeath be retained by my wife Elizabeth Dent during her life for her use except negroes Peggy and Tresey which shall be delivered to my son Zachariah at my death.
Joint Executors: son Zachariah Dent and Benjamin Swann
Signed: June 21, 1828 Zechariah Dent
Wit: Theophilus Dent, George Smoot, John Farrand 
Dent, George Reed (I009331)
 
116157 •HENRY LANHAM, died prior to October 6, 1778
James Ateshison and John Power signed as kin
Prince George's County Inventory, TT(1):91 Recorded: October 6, 1778 
Lanham, Henry (I108216)
 
116158 •HENRY LANHAM, died prior to October 6, 1778
James Ateshison and John Power signed as kin
Prince George's County Inventory, TT(1):91 Recorded: October 6, 1778 
Lanham, Henry (I108216)
 
116159  Perry, Daniel KY CAMPBELL CO.   263 1830
1850 Census Kenton Co. 728-735

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I am a Perry researcher interested in information on Margaret Anne Perry, who married William Marshall in Kenton County. She was the daughter of George W. Perry and an unknown mother. I am trying to figure out who is her mother and when she died.

Also, William Marshall's daughter by Hester Pickett, Catherine Marshall married a cousin of Margaret Perry, Benjamin F. Perry. Catherine's full name was Nancy Catherine Marshall.
Any info will be appreciated
Dewayne F. Perry
dfperry@charter dot net 
Perry, Margaret Anne (I000835)
 
116160 ¦ + 5 William Hatch Dent B 18 Jun 1787 Charles Co MD
¦ ¦ ¦ M c1814? Charles Co MD = Katherine Brawner
¦ ¦ ¦ D 1 Feb 1818 Charles Co MD
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¦ ¦ = Katherine Brawner B 10 Oct 1789 Charles Co MD
¦ ¦ ¦ D 24 Apr 1860 Coudersport, Potter Co PA
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¦ ¦ + 6 ? Henry Hatch Dent B 8 Feb 1814 Bryantown, Charles Co MD
¦ ¦ ¦ R by 1838 to Washington DC
¦ ¦ ¦ M lic: 14 Sep 1841 Washington DC = Anna Maria Adlum
¦ ¦ ¦ R 1850 to St Louis MO
¦ ¦ ¦ R by 1860 to Coudersport, Potter Co PA
¦ ¦ ¦ D 19 Nov 1872 Baltimore County, Maryland
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Charles County Maryland Will Book HBBH-13, 1808-1817; {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 126.
Mary Dent, Will, January 4, 1811; August 20, 1811
I, Mary Dent of CC, being sick and weak in body, but of sound and disposing mind, memory and understanding;
To mother {Judith Poston Dent} the use or profits of my part of the land in North Carolina, and after her death equally divided between my brothers and sisters with the following exception, the part which would go to my sister Lucinda Dyson, shall go to her children.
To mother, negroes Tom & Cupid; to to serve 10 years and Cupid 15 years and then set free, but in the event of my mothers death before the expiration of their time servitude, then the negroes may eliect whom they will serve the remaining time, either my brother Williiam H. Dent, my sister Priscilla Ann Dent, Catharine Emelia Judith Dent, Julianna Chapman Dent or either of the children of my sister Lucinda Dyson.
To mother, the use of the money (free from interest) due me by Zephaniah Waters on bond on which suit is now brought being 100 dollars, until my sister Julian Chapman Dent arrives to the age of 20 yrs.
To mother, all and singular the residue of my property and that she cause to be made for my sister Juliana C. Dent a gold Locket, with a lock of my hair in it to cost 20 dollars.
Signed: January 4, 1811 Mary Dent
Wit: Meverel Morran, William Good, William Matthews
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Charles County Maryland Will Book HBBH-13, 1808-1817; {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 289.
Judith Dent, Will, September 30, 1811; March 23, 1814
I, Judith Dent of CC, being in perfect health of body and of sound mind, memory and understanding;
To daughter Priscilla Ann Dent, Catharine Amelia Judith Dent, and Juliana Chapman Dent, my carriage and harness during their single lives.
Item: all the remainder of my property to my children equally; Priscilla Ann Dent, William Hatch Dent, Catharine Amelia Judith Dent, and Juliana Chapman Dent and daughter Lucinda Dyson's children. Daughter Lucinda Dyson's children portion to be retained by my son William Hatch Dent until they arrive to lawfull age or any part of thereof to my daughter if he should think it necessary of her subsistence.
Executor: son William Hatch Dent and daughter Priscilla Ann Dent
Signed: September 30, 1811 Judith Dent
Wit: William Good, William Matthews. 
Dent, William Hatch (I020213)
 

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