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2501 1776 Maryland Census, pg 79, St. John's &Prince George's Parish;
Barret, Richard 51 24 19 16 15 9
Ann 53 21 12
Female Slaves 33 
Barrett, Richard (I045834)
 
2502 1776 PG MD Census
James Moore 40: 16: 21
Female 12:

1776 PG MD Census
Benjamin Moore 64: 21
Female 16

1776 Frederick MD Northwest Hundred
Benjamin Moore 23
Sarah 21
Elizabeth 1

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PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, MARYLAND WILLS; Liber T No. #1; 1778-1783
Folio 193 BENJAMIN MOORE, planter 03/11/1784 06/02/1784
"being of sound mind and perfect memory ..."
Bequeaths to:
I. James Moore --son -to have 1 Iamb
2. Benjamin Moore --son -to have a calf
3. Elijah Moore --son -to have a calf
1. Mary Hardey --daughter (wife of John Hardey)
-to have a colt
2. Elizabeth Moore --daughter
-to have all the lands which testator is presently possessed of being part of "Child's Portion" to have for her natural life or until marriage
-named executrix of the will
3. Alexander Moore --son
-at death or marriage of testator's daughter Elizabeth to have the lands left to her
Witnesses: James Moore, Sr., Asa Moore, John Smith Mahone, Jesse Moore (mark)
Then came: the four above named subscribers to the will
Note: the testator signed the will in his own hand
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Peter Moore, PG 2/18/1770; 6/15/1772
Children: Rhoda, Dorcas, Jesse, Josiah, Zadock, Mary (wife of Wm. Osborn), James, Nathan, Samuel.
Execs: sons James & Zadock
Wit.: Benj. Moore, James Moore of Benjamin (MCW XIV.221; Wills, 38.66
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PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, MARYLAND WILLS; Liber T No. #1; 1778-1783
Folio 106 WILLIAM ELSON 0E020/1776 10/13/1778
"Being sound in Body " ."
Bequeaths to;
1. Sarah Elson --step mother
-to have testator's whole estate for her natural life or widowhood
2. John Elson (?) --brother Rachel (Elson ?) --sister Elizabeth Holme --sister Mary Elson --sister
Joseph Peach Elson --brother
after testator's step mother "gets married" to be divided among brothers and sisters but "none of my Brothers nor Sisters shall come upon Mother till all" debts are paid and that she makes her satisfaction out of the estate
Witnesses: Ann More (mark)
James Moore (son of Benjamin)
George Wilson, Jr.
Then Came: James Moore. son of Benjamin Note: the testator signed the will with his mark
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John Summers 7.4 D PG £66.19.5 Apr 3 1775
Sureties: Benjamin Moore, James Moore.
Distribution to: Representatives unknown to this Office.
Administratrix: Mrs. Lydia Summers.
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11 Sep 1694; James Moore patented 227 acres called Child's Portion in Calvert Co. (Patent Book B130-160)
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9 May 1735; Deed of Gift from James Moore, planter, to son Benjamin Moore; 127 acres of tract called Child's Portion; ack. by Mary, wife of James Moore, "ye 110" (PGLR T.272)
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1780-1784; Liber FF 1 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 127. At the request of James Moore the following Deed was recorded April 25, 1781
Indenture made February 28, 1781; Alice Cramphin in consideration fo 400 pounds current money and 4000 pounds merchantable tobacco paid by James Moore s/o Benjamin as also for divers other valuable considerations her thereunto moving hath sold part of a tract called "White Marshes" containing 50 acres which were bequeath unto her during her natural life by Thomas Wilcoxon, deceased. Signed Alice Cramphin in the presence of and acknowledged before Christopher Lowndes, Richard Henderson
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http://files.usgwarchives.org/md/princegeorge/land/tracy.txt

James Moore of Prince George’s County

Petitioner set forth that James Moore, son of Benjamin, father to the
petitioner, in his lifetime, to wit: 19 March 1784 obtained a special warrant to
resurvey the following lands lying in Prince George’s County and contiguous to
each other - part of "Gum Spring Enlarged", originally 6 October 1760, granted
James Summers for 569 acres and part of the South and North Parts of the White
Marshes, originally thirtieth day of February (sic) 1760 granted William Howard
for 333 acres, with liberty of correcting, etc. A certificate returned by name
of "Silver Hills" containing 1, 178 acres; 597 5/8 acres of vacant land added,
for which the petitioner’s father paid the sum of 117 pounds and 8 pence, being
the full caution money and 14 pounds for improvements. He departed this life,
intestate, since 1 January 1788, leaving George Moore, James Moore (the
petitioner), Thomas Moore, Benedict Moore, William Moore, John Coxen Moore, John Oakley Moore, Warren Moore and Mary Moore, his only children and heirs-at-law.
Mary Moore has intermarried with George Lowe and George Moore has departed this life. He made a will by which he directed all his property to be sold and the
balance of the proceeds thereof (after maintaining his wife and child)……. George
Moore appointed his wife, Sarah Moore, and John Baynes, executors of his will
and said Sarah hath since intermarried with Edward C. Edelin. The Petitioner
asks for patent for "Silver Hills" be issued to him, James Moore, and Thomas
Moore, Benedict Moore, William Moore, John Coxen Moore, John Oakley Moore,
Warren Moore and Mary Lowe, each an undivided 9th part and to Sarah Edelin and Thomas Baynes and their heirs, in trust, to the uses mentioned in will of George Moore. Patent issued 24 February 1806.
MD LW&P 1801-1808, FHC Film 0013131, page 322 to 324, MD Liber No 150. 
Moore, Benjamin (I022177)
 
2503 1776 PG MD Census
James Moore 40: 16: 21
Female 12:
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PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, MARYLAND WILLS; Liber T No. #1; 1784-1789;
Folio 198 JAMES MOORE, Sr. , planter 07/19/1784 09/28/1784
"being of sound mind and perfect memory ..."
Bequeaths to:
1. Alexander Cleveland Moore --brother
-to have the third part of a tract of land called "Moore's Adventure cont. 50 acres
-to have testator's young roan horse
2. Josiah Moore --brother
-to have the third part of testator's tract of land called "Addition to Crotch Hall"
-to have the bay horse colt being the foal of testator's mare 'Sail"
-named executor of the will
3. Jesse Moore --brother
-to have the third part of a tract of land called "Enlargement of Crotch Hall" cont 130 acres
4. Zadock Summers --nephew (son of sister)
-should testator's brother Jesse die w/out heirs, then to have the land left to him -to have the remainder of testator's tract of land being part of a tract of land called "Child's Potion" cont 100 acres
5. Mordecai Jacobs Moore --nephew (son of brother Josiah)
-should both testator's brother Jesse and nephew Zadock die W/out heirs. then to have the land left to Jesse.
Witnesses: John Darcey
Joseph Darcey
Thomas Purkings (mark)
John Knott (mark)
Then Caine: the above named subscribers to the will
Note: the testator signed the will in his own hand
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Peter Moore, PG 2/18/1770; 6/15/1772
Children: Rhoda, Dorcas, Jesse, Josiah, Zadock, Mary (wife of Wm. Osborn), James, Nathan, Samuel.
Execs: sons James & Zadock
Wit.: Benj. Moore, James Moore of Benjamin (MCW XIV.221; Wills, 38.667
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1769-1772; Liber AA 2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 89. At the request of James Moore, Sr. the following Deed was recorded March 28, 1770
Indenture made March 20, 1770; George Boston, britches maker, and Elizabeth Boston his wife in consideration of 18 pounds current money paid by James Moore, Sr., has sold 50 acres of land it being Elizabeth Boston's thirds of two following tracts, "Moores adventure" and "The Addition to Crotch Hall" [during] the natural life of the said Elizabeth Boston. Signed George Boston, Elizabeth Boston in the presence of and acknowledged before John Baynes, George Hardey, Jr. and at the same time Elizabeth Boston wife of George Boston relinquished her right of dower
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1780-1784; Liber FF 1 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 414. At the request of Josiah Moore the following Deed was enrolled April 8, 1784
Indenture made April 8, 1784; Alexander Cleyland [Cleveland] Moore, planter in consideration of 5 shillings current money paid by Josiah Moore has assigned all that tract called "Addition to Crotch Hall" beginning at the end of the 3rd line of "Crotch Hall" now called the "Joint Enlargement of Crotch Hall" now in the possession of James Moore, Sr. and containing 100 acres. Signed Alexander Cleyland [Cleveland] Moore in the presence of and acknowledged before Samuel Hepburn, John Smith Brookes
 
Moore, James (I052030)
 
2504 1776 PGCo Census Gaius Marcus Brumbaugh Colonial Records Vol 1, pg 29
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PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, MARYLAND WILLS; Liber T No. #1; 1784-1789;
Folio 230 JAMES CRAFFORD 01/22/1782 01/11/1786
"being infirm in Body ..."
Bequeaths to:
1. Thomas Crafford --son
-to have the part of the tract of land called "Grove Hust" where he now lives beginning on the stony hill were the "Beal Paster" line strikes the giving line of the tract and where John Jinking proved running from that place w/ a straight fine by the 30 foot tobacco house across the land down to the ditch and over to the line from the manor white oak --and also to have part of a tract of land called "Beall Pleasure- purchased from Allen Bowie
-to have Negro man "Joe" and Negro woman "Mol"
-to have one of testator's desks
2. Alexander Crafford -son
-to have all that part of "Grove Hust" whereon he now lives and part of "Gitting's Park" beginning at a white oak being the beginning tree of 'Grove Hust" and running w/a straight line to 2 large persimmons standing near the head of a spring belong "Greenup's Orchard" and down with the valley until it intersects a ditch then up the said branch to the giving line of "Grove Hust" --and all that part of that side of the said branch to be his along w/ all the remainder of the a tract of land called "Waringford Purchase" where Basil Crafford now lives —after he has 100 acres laid of for him for his natural life as well as his wife's natural life and then to Alexander's son James Crafford
-to have Negro man "Sesar" and Negro woman "Lucy"
3- Basil Crafford --son
-to have 100 acres of land where he lives called "Warringford Purchase" and also to have the remainder of "Grove Hust" where testator now lives and also to have the remainder of "Gitting Park" to have for his and his wife's natural lives and then to his son James Cratford and should he "have no son of that name" then to Alexander's son James Crafford" and should Alexander's son die then "to the next of the Family named James"
-to have 1 of testator's desks.
-to have Negro man "Harry" and Negro woman "Lucy"
-remainder of the estate to be divided among testator's 3 sons
-named executor of the will
4. James Crafford -son
-to have 20 pounds current money and the best suit of clothes testator has along w/ a young horse or mare and no more of the estate
5. James Crafford --grandson (son of Adam Crafford)
-to have all that part of "Beall's Pasture" lying by the house where his Mother the widow Crafford Lives
-to have a young horse or mare.
6. Adam Crafford -grandson
-to have 1 cow and calf to be delivered after testator's decease
7. Mary Glaze (?) --granddaughter
-to have Negro boy "Wall"
8. Elizabeth Glaze (?) —granddaughter
-to have Negro
9. John Crafford --grandson (son of Adam Crafford)
-to have 1 shilling and no more of the estate
Witnesses: James Wilson , Christopher Beanes, Christopher Beanes, Jr. (Mark)
Then came: James Wilson and Christopher Beanes
Note; the testator signed the will with his mark
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Isaac Lansdale (merchant) 14.414 A PG £241.17.2 £20.0.0 Oct 14 1737
The amount of the accounts also included £412.11.0 sterling.
Received from: Elisabeth Wollingsford, Edward Dorson, Leonard Weyman, Samuell Waters, Henry Hall, William Ray, James Crawford, Richard Evans, Rignol Odle, John Ellson, John Turnor, William Fowler, Mark Brown, James Mulliken, Richard Forster, Benjamin Hall, James Williams, Samuel Devall, John Rogers, John Bateman, William Green, Aaron Rawlings, William Deane, Samuel Plummer, John Joyce, Nathan Wells, William Denune, Mareene Devall, William Mockeboy, Charles Walker, James Holland, William Barshears, John Jackson, John Duckett, Robert Tyler, Jr., James Mullekin, Jacob Henderson, Elisabeth Tyler, Nicholas Wollingaford, Thomas Butt, Thomas Jones, Thomas Brown, Mehitabel Pierpoint, Samuel Tyler, Abraham Lee, Ben. Bell, Henry Wright, Isaac Hide, Richard Cutlep, John Banks, Francis Warman, John Selman, Joseph Norton, Thomas Heach, Richard Jones, William Cockron, John Perry, Robert Tyler, Benjamin Jacobs, Robert Thomas, Samuel Davis, John Wells, James Mason, Artin Mariartee, Henry Boulton, John Hall, Richard Moore, Benjamin Boyd, James Saunders, Richard Hill, Richard Simmons, John Riddle, Lewis Lee, Thomas Holland, Benjamin Lane, Matthew Elliot, John Boyd, Eliphaz Ryley, Lancet Wilson, Randal Johnson, Jonathon Wadams, Anne Gideons, Thomas Harwood, Thomas Prater, David Wimms, Philip Green, James Beck, John Brown, Vestry of Queen Anne Parish, William Mordaunt, William Pile, Edward Wilson, William Prater, William Bell, Robert Brown, William Davis, John Plummer, Francis Dorset, Nicholas St. Lawrence, Jonathon Simmonds, William Murdock, Joseph Brown, John Moor, Samuel Deval, Mary Butt, Priscilla Prater, John Brushers, John Curry, Jonathon Prater, Rachel Prater, Brook Mocksboy, Robert Wheeler, Richard Isaac, John Hammond, Turner Wotton, Thomas Hide, Benjamin Hasitt, George Cook, Richard Tucker, Joseph Williams, Thomas Laxen, Fra. Hardesty, Thomas Cockey, Dorcas Turner, Henry Dixon, John Sweringham, Arthur Nelson, John Prater, Samuel Brashiers, Samuel Farmer, John OulsterLoney, Margaret Moore, Isaac Downs, John Carrick, James Plummer, Thomas Lane, Meredith Davis, William Young, George Moore, John Lee, Samuel Evans, James Kingsberry, Elisabeth Wilemon, Moses Rawlins, Edward Gwyn, Larkin Pierpoint, Jane Pindle, Richard Snowden, Thomas Wells, Benjamin White, William Clark, William Holland, William Beckworth, Robert Pottenger, John Mitchel, John Moore, George Plummer, James Anderson, Samuel Idle, William Ducker, Jer. Fowler, John Locklin, John Childs, Daniel Dulany.
Payments to: Thomas Lancaster, Richard Bennett, Esq.
Administrator: Thomas Lancaster.
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Dr. Thomas Creice 18.235 A PG £14.14.6 £59.6.11 Jul 15 1741
A second inventory is cited in the amount of £0.10.0. The amount of the accounts also included #399.
Received from: James Edmonston, Samuel Magruder III, Samuel Richardson, William Richardson, James Crow, John Craley, William Croplett, John Harrison, Richard Smith, Robert Turner, John Ramsey, Francis Abson, Ninian Tannehill, John Mitchell, Samuel Blackmore, James Brooke, John Davis, Nicholas Baker, John Bell Taylor (or John Bell (taylor)), Joseph Chew, Thomas Nicholls, Peter Merphew, Darby Bryan, Michael Dowden, Ambrose Cook, John Hillary, Thomas Wilson, Priscilla Brooke, Henry Taylor, James Crafford, Richard Snowden, Richard Rose, John Masterson, James Harmard, Mary Flitchet, John Rogers, George Conn, William Scott, Margaret Shaw, John Madding, Michael Craven, Phillip Tenalley, Daniel Thomas, Charles Atkins, Philip Chittam.
Payments to: James Pearre, John Beal (accountant), William Beal (accountant).
Administrators: William Beal, John Beall.
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Abraham Laking 21.245 A PG £192.13.7 £34.14.8 May 14 1745
Received from: Joseph Burr, Joseph Adams.
Payments to: Dr. Samuel Stringer, John Basil, Susanna Knewstubb paid to James Crafford, Francis Burrell, Mr. Rogers, Daniel Dulany, Esq.paid to Mr. John Cooke, Daniel Vears, Mr. John Cooke, Abraham Laking (son, his portion), Martha (daughter, her portion) wife of Isaac Plummer, Sarah (daughter, her portion) wife of Robert Lyeth.
Mentions: 4 young children (unnamed).
Executrix: Martha Laking.
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1780-1784; Liber FF 1 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 156. At the request of James Crawford the following Deed was recorded September 3, 1781
Indenture made September 3, 1781; Allen Bowie, Gentleman in consideration of 75 pounds common money paid by James Crawford, Gentleman has sold part of a tract formerly called "Bealls Pleasure" but now called "Plummers Purchase" containing 64 acres and beginning at the first line of Thomas Gordon's part of "Bealls Pleasure" at a branch that empties into the Beaverdam Branch. Signed Allen Bowie in the presence of and acknowledged before James Mullikin, Frank Leeke
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1787-1789; Liber HH-2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 15. At the request of Thomas Crawford (Crafford) the following Land Commission was recorded December 10, 1787
Memorandum that on the special petition of Thomas Crawford (Crafford) of PGCo preferred to the justices of the county on the Monday before the 4th Tuesday in September 1787 for a land commission was issued on September [sic October] 2, 1787; to Messrs Abraham Boyd, Richard Cramphim, Thomas O. Williams and John Turnbull of PGCo Gentleman, whereas Thomas Crawford (Crafford) is seized of a tract called "Grove Hurst" and preferred his petition in writing to our county court held at Upper Marlborough Town for a commission to examine evidence to prove and perpetuate the memory of the bounds of the said tract of land. Therefore, we command you any three or two of you to examine all witnesses or persons concerned touching their knowledge of the bounds of the said tract. Witness David Craufurd, Gentleman, September 29, 1787, issued September [sic October] 2, 1787, John Read Magruder, clerk
In pursuance of a commission to examine evidences to prove the bounds of "Grove Hurst" we met December 5, 1787 to take the following deposition.
Josiah Bean{es} of Montgomery County, Maryland, aged 56 years or thereabouts saith about 40 years past he was present when Colmore Beanes laid off part of "Grove Hurst" for James Crawford (Crafford) and he remembers the end of the last line stopped at or near the place he now stands 
Crafford, James (I109906)
 
2505 1776 PGCo Census Gaius Marcus Brumbaugh Colonial Records Vol 1, pg 29 Anderson, Mary (I045953)
 
2506 1776 PGCo Census Gaius Marcus Brumbaugh Colonial Records Vol 1, pg 32
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Charles Beanes 87.130 PG £ll.3.7 Apr 2 1764 Oct 22 1764
(also Charles Beans)
Appraisers: Adam Crawford, Samuel Harvey.
Creditors: James Wilson.
Next of kin: Christopher Beanes, Christopher Pphr Beanes.
Administrator: Josias Beans. 
Crafford, Adam (I099492)
 
2507 1776 PGCo Census Gaius Marcus Brumbaugh Colonial Records Vol 1, pg 32
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Prince George's County MD Will Book Liber T No. #1
1790-1796; Folio 379 ELIZABETH CRAWFORD 11/25/1795 02/09/1796
"being weak in Body ..."
Bequeaths to:
I. James Crawford --son
Adam Crawford --son
-to have the plantation whereon testatrix now lives to be divided between them equally and should either die w/out heirs then the survivor to have the other's share
2 Jacob Crawford --son (eldest son )
-to have the sum of shillings and no more
3. David Crawford --son -to have the sum of 5 shilling and no more
4. Sarah Brown —daughter
-to have the sum of 5 shillings and no more
5. Elizabeth Crawford —daughter
Ariana Crawford --daughter
Margaret Crawford --daughter
-to have all the personal estate share and share alike and also to have their home in testatrix's dwelling until they marry
6. Richard Loundes. Esq
-named executor of the will
Witnesses: John Brown
John Beall
William Mullikin Then came John Brown
Note: the testatrix signed the will with her mark 
Crafford, Elizabeth MNU (I053631)
 
2508 1776 PGCo Census Gaius Marcus Brumbaugh Colonial Records Vol 1, pg 34
another Basil Crawford is on page 69 married to a Mary
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1780-1784; Liber FF 1 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 379. At the request of Christopher Beanes the following Land Commission was enrolled December 1, 1783
Memorandum that on the special petition of Christopher Beanes of PGCo preferred to the justices of the county on the 4th Tuesday in March 1783 for a land commission was issued on March 28, 1783; to Messrs John Hill, William Deakins, James Edmonson, and Solomon Groves of PGCo Gentleman, whereas Christopher Beanes is seized of a tract called "Landover" and preferred his petition in writing to our county court held at Upper Marlborough Town for a commission to examine evidence to prove and perpetuate the memory of the bounds of the said tract of land. Therefore, we command you any three or two of you to examine all witnesses or persons concerned touching their knowledge of the bounds of the said tract. Witness Joshua Beall, Gentleman (Chief Justice), March 27, 1783, issued March 28, 1783, John Read Magruder, clerk
By virtue of a commission to examine evidences to prove the bounds of "Landover" then in possession of Mr. Richard Simmons we intend to meet September 16, 1783. Taken under our seals this August 16, 1783
Thomas Crawford age 49 years at a white oak standing at the head of a marsh that runs through Christopher Beanes plantation saith that about 25 or 26 years ago he carried one of the chains when Mr. John Priggs was running out and and when they came to the white oak he heard Thomas Waring and Basil Waring (commonly called Carpenter Basil) say that it was a tree of Wootton's land; and further, that about 5 years ago he was present when Christopher Beanes, deceased prove the white oak to be the 4th bound tree of "Landover"
Richard Mullikin aged 22 years or thereabouts at the same place saith about 4 or 5 years ago Christopher Beanes, deceased brought him to the white oak and told him it was the 4th tree of "Landover".
Alexander Crawford age 41 years at the same place saith about 22 years ago Carpenter Basil Waring and him were riding along a path and he asked Mr. Waring if that was not Mr. Beanes land and Mr. Waring answered, no, it was Mr. Simmons land and his bound tree stands at the head of a marsh pointing towards where the tree stands.
Josias Beanes aged 49 years at the same place saith about 18 years ago his father Christopher Beanes, deceased his father showed him the tree and told him that Nathaniel Wickham showed it to him and the said Wickham told him he was shown it by Bigger Head who told him it was the 4th bound tree of "Landover"
Isaac Sansberrie aged 47 years at the same place saith he thinks he was in the year '73 that Mr. Thomas Blacklock and him went to Carpenter Basil Waring to get him to show them a piece of land that Mr. Blacklock was about renting of Basil Waring, Jr. and Mr. Waring went with us down a Valley to the said white oak and said here is a bound tree but I believe no man knows what boundary it is. We adjourned to September 30, 1783 and it raining adjourned to October 11
Basil Crawford age 41 years at the bounded white oak described above when his father and Basil Waring, Jr. at a lawsuit to pending they were running the given line of "Grove Hurst" and Basil Waring, Jr. called on Christopher Beanes, deceased to prove the white oak and he was sworn by Thomas Duckett, sheriff and said he was shown the tree by Bigger Head and Nathaniel Wickham to be the 4th bound tree of "Landover".
"Josiah Sprigg Wilson age 42 or thereabouts at the same place saith about 5 years ago he was present with Christopher Beanes, deceased when John Beall was running the given line of "Grove Hurst" for Basil Waring, Jr., Mr. Beanes left the company and this deponent followed him and when they came within 20 or 30 yards of the said white oak he stopped and pointed to the tree and said there is a tree if I could get it approved I should get this land and pointed towards the south and said he was shown it a great many years ago by Nathaniel Wickham. This deponent further sayeth that he heard the present Christopher Beanes say that if he outlived his father he would get the above said tree proved and further saith not 
Crafford, Basil (I109902)
 
2509 1776 PGCo Census Gaius Marcus Brumbaugh Colonial Records Vol 1, pg 34 Crafford, Margaret MNU (I046435)
 
2510 1776 PGCo Census Gaius Marcus Brumbaugh Colonial Records Vol 1, pg 69
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PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, MARYLAND WILLS; Liber T No. #1; 1784-1789;
Folio 230 JAMES CRAFFORD 01/22/1782 01/11/1786
"being infirm in Body ..."
Bequeaths to:
1. Thomas Crafford --son
-to have the part of the tract of land called "Grove Hust" where he now lives beginning on the stony hill were the "Beal Paster" line strikes the giving line of the tract and where John Jinking proved running from that place w/ a straight fine by the 30 foot tobacco house across the land down to the ditch and over to the line from the manor white oak --and also to have part of a tract of land called "Beall Pleasure- purchased from Allen Bowie
-to have Negro man "Joe" and Negro woman "Mol"
-to have one of testator's desks
2. Alexander Crafford -son
-to have all that part of "Grove Hust" whereon he now lives and part of "Gitting's Park" beginning at a white oak being the beginning tree of 'Grove Hust" and running w/a straight line to 2 large persimmons standing near the head of a spring belong "Greenup's Orchard" and down with the valley until it intersects a ditch then up the said branch to the giving line of "Grove Hust" --and all that part of that side of the said branch to be his along w/ all the remainder of the a tract of land called "Waringford Purchase" where Basil Crafford now lives —after he has 100 acres laid of for him for his natural life as well as his wife's natural life and then to Alexander's son James Crafford
-to have Negro man "Sesar" and Negro woman "Lucy"
3- Basil Crafford --son
-to have 100 acres of land where he lives called "Warringford Purchase" and also to have the remainder of "Grove Hust" where testator now lives and also to have the remainder of "Gitting Park" to have for his and his wife's natural lives and then to his son James Cratford and should he "have no son of that name" then to Alexander's son James Crafford" and should Alexander's son die then "to the next of the Family named James"
-to have 1 of testator's desks.
-to have Negro man "Harry" and Negro woman "Lucy"
-remainder of the estate to be divided among testator's 3 sons
-named executor of the will
4. James Crafford -son
-to have 20 pounds current money and the best suit of clothes testator has along w/ a young horse or mare and no more of the estate
5. James Crafford --grandson (son of Adam Crafford)
-to have all that part of "Beall's Pasture" lying by the house where his Mother the widow Crafford Lives
-to have a young horse or mare.
6. Adam Crafford -grandson
-to have 1 cow and calf to be delivered after testator's decease
7. Mary Glaze (?) --granddaughter
-to have Negro boy "Wall"
8. Elizabeth Glaze (?) —granddaughter
-to have Negro
9. John Crafford --grandson (son of Adam Crafford)
-to have 1 shilling and no more of the estate
Witnesses: James Wilson , Christopher Beanes, Christopher Beanes, Jr. (Mark)
Then came: James Wilson and Christopher Beanes
Note; the testator signed the will with his mark
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1780-1784; Liber FF 1 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 379. At the request of Christopher Beanes the following Land Commission was enrolled December 1, 1783
Memorandum that on the special petition of Christopher Beanes of PGCo preferred to the justices of the county on the 4th Tuesday in March 1783 for a land commission was issued on March 28, 1783; to Messrs John Hill, William Deakins, James Edmonson, and Solomon Groves of PGCo Gentleman, whereas Christopher Beanes is seized of a tract called "Landover" and preferred his petition in writing to our county court held at Upper Marlborough Town for a commission to examine evidence to prove and perpetuate the memory of the bounds of the said tract of land. Therefore, we command you any three or two of you to examine all witnesses or persons concerned touching their knowledge of the bounds of the said tract. Witness Joshua Beall, Gentleman (Chief Justice), March 27, 1783, issued March 28, 1783, John Read Magruder, clerk
By virtue of a commission to examine evidences to prove the bounds of "Landover" then in possession of Mr. Richard Simmons we intend to meet September 16, 1783. Taken under our seals this August 16, 1783
Thomas Crawford age 49 years at a white oak standing at the head of a marsh that runs through Christopher Beanes plantation saith that about 25 or 26 years ago he carried one of the chains when Mr. John Priggs was running out and and when they came to the white oak he heard Thomas Waring and Basil Waring (commonly called Carpenter Basil) say that it was a tree of Wootton's land; and further, that about 5 years ago he was present when Christopher Beanes, deceased prove the white oak to be the 4th bound tree of "Landover"
Richard Mullikin aged 22 years or thereabouts at the same place saith about 4 or 5 years ago Christopher Beanes, deceased brought him to the white oak and told him it was the 4th tree of "Landover".
Alexander Crawford age 41 years at the same place saith about 22 years ago Carpenter Basil Waring and him were riding along a path and he asked Mr. Waring if that was not Mr. Beanes land and Mr. Waring answered, no, it was Mr. Simmons land and his bound tree stands at the head of a marsh pointing towards where the tree stands.
Josias Beanes aged 49 years at the same place saith about 18 years ago his father Christopher Beanes, deceased his father showed him the tree and told him that Nathaniel Wickham showed it to him and the said Wickham told him he was shown it by Bigger Head who told him it was the 4th bound tree of "Landover"
Isaac Sansberrie aged 47 years at the same place saith he thinks he was in the year '73 that Mr. Thomas Blacklock and him went to Carpenter Basil Waring to get him to show them a piece of land that Mr. Blacklock was about renting of Basil Waring, Jr. and Mr. Waring went with us down a Valley to the said white oak and said here is a bound tree but I believe no man knows what boundary it is. We adjourned to September 30, 1783 and it raining adjourned to October 11
Basil Crawford age 41 years at the bounded white oak described above when his father and Basil Waring, Jr. at a lawsuit to pending they were running the given line of "Grove Hurst" and Basil Waring, Jr. called on Christopher Beanes, deceased to prove the white oak and he was sworn by Thomas Duckett, sheriff and said he was shown the tree by Bigger Head and Nathaniel Wickham to be the 4th bound tree of "Landover".
"Josiah Sprigg Wilson age 42 or thereabouts at the same place saith about 5 years ago he was present with Christopher Beanes, deceased when John Beall was running the given line of "Grove Hurst" for Basil Waring, Jr., Mr. Beanes left the company and this deponent followed him and when they came within 20 or 30 yards of the said white oak he stopped and pointed to the tree and said there is a tree if I could get it approved I should get this land and pointed towards the south and said he was shown it a great many years ago by Nathaniel Wickham. This deponent further sayeth that he heard the present Christopher Beanes say that if he outlived his father he would get the above said tree proved and further saith not
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1787-1789; Liber HH-2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 15. At the request of Thomas Crawford (Crafford) the following Land Commission was recorded December 10, 1787
Memorandum that on the special petition of Thomas Crawford (Crafford) of PGCo preferred to the justices of the county on the Monday before the 4th Tuesday in September 1787 for a land commission was issued on September [sic October] 2, 1787; to Messrs Abraham Boyd, Richard Cramphim, Thomas O. Williams and John Turnbull of PGCo Gentleman, whereas Thomas Crawford (Crafford) is seized of a tract called "Grove Hurst" and preferred his petition in writing to our county court held at Upper Marlborough Town for a commission to examine evidence to prove and perpetuate the memory of the bounds of the said tract of land. Therefore, we command you any three or two of you to examine all witnesses or persons concerned touching their knowledge of the bounds of the said tract. Witness David Craufurd, Gentleman, September 29, 1787, issued September [sic October] 2, 1787, John Read Magruder, clerk
In pursuance of a commission to examine evidences to prove the bounds of "Grove Hurst" we met December 5, 1787 to take the following deposition.
Josiah Bean{es} of Montgomery County, Maryland, aged 56 years or thereabouts saith about 40 years past he was present when Colmore Beanes laid off part of "Grove Hurst" for James Crawford (Crafford) and he remembers the end of the last line stopped at or near the place he now stands 
Crawford, Thomas (I107270)
 
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PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, MARYLAND WILLS; Liber T No. #1; 1784-1789;
Folio 230 JAMES CRAFFORD 01/22/1782 01/11/1786
"being infirm in Body ..."
Bequeaths to:
1. Thomas Crafford --son
-to have the part of the tract of land called "Grove Hust" where he now lives beginning on the stony hill were the "Beal Paster" line strikes the giving line of the tract and where John Jinking proved running from that place w/ a straight fine by the 30 foot tobacco house across the land down to the ditch and over to the line from the manor white oak --and also to have part of a tract of land called "Beall Pleasure- purchased from Allen Bowie
-to have Negro man "Joe" and Negro woman "Mol"
-to have one of testator's desks
2. Alexander Crafford -son
-to have all that part of "Grove Hust" whereon he now lives and part of "Gitting's Park" beginning at a white oak being the beginning tree of 'Grove Hust" and running w/a straight line to 2 large persimmons standing near the head of a spring belong "Greenup's Orchard" and down with the valley until it intersects a ditch then up the said branch to the giving line of "Grove Hust" --and all that part of that side of the said branch to be his along w/ all the remainder of the a tract of land called "Waringford Purchase" where Basil Crafford now lives —after he has 100 acres laid of for him for his natural life as well as his wife's natural life and then to Alexander's son James Crafford
-to have Negro man "Sesar" and Negro woman "Lucy"
3- Basil Crafford --son
-to have 100 acres of land where he lives called "Warringford Purchase" and also to have the remainder of "Grove Hust" where testator now lives and also to have the remainder of "Gitting Park" to have for his and his wife's natural lives and then to his son James Cratford and should he "have no son of that name" then to Alexander's son James Crafford" and should Alexander's son die then "to the next of the Family named James"
-to have 1 of testator's desks.
-to have Negro man "Harry" and Negro woman "Lucy"
-remainder of the estate to be divided among testator's 3 sons
-named executor of the will
4. James Crafford -son
-to have 20 pounds current money and the best suit of clothes testator has along w/ a young horse or mare and no more of the estate
5. James Crafford --grandson (son of Adam Crafford)
-to have all that part of "Beall's Pasture" lying by the house where his Mother the widow Crafford Lives
-to have a young horse or mare.
6. Adam Crafford -grandson
-to have 1 cow and calf to be delivered after testator's decease
7. Mary Glaze (?) --granddaughter
-to have Negro boy "Wall"
8. Elizabeth Glaze (?) —granddaughter
-to have Negro
9. John Crafford --grandson (son of Adam Crafford)
-to have 1 shilling and no more of the estate
Witnesses: James Wilson , Christopher Beanes, Christopher Beanes, Jr. (Mark)
Then came: James Wilson and Christopher Beanes
Note; the testator signed the will with his mark
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1780-1784; Liber FF 1 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 68. At the request of Alexander Craufurd the following Certificate of Stray was enrolled October 26, 1780
PGCo Sct, October 25, 1780; Alexander Craufurd brought before me a stray mare of a black color, 14 hands high, 14 or 15 years old, no visible brand, a star in her forehead, a snip on her nose, paces trots and gallops, and some white spots on her shoulders. Christopher Lowndes
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1780-1784; Liber FF 1 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 379. At the request of Christopher Beanes the following Land Commission was enrolled December 1, 1783
Memorandum that on the special petition of Christopher Beanes of PGCo preferred to the justices of the county on the 4th Tuesday in March 1783 for a land commission was issued on March 28, 1783; to Messrs John Hill, William Deakins, James Edmonson, and Solomon Groves of PGCo Gentleman, whereas Christopher Beanes is seized of a tract called "Landover" and preferred his petition in writing to our county court held at Upper Marlborough Town for a commission to examine evidence to prove and perpetuate the memory of the bounds of the said tract of land. Therefore, we command you any three or two of you to examine all witnesses or persons concerned touching their knowledge of the bounds of the said tract. Witness Joshua Beall, Gentleman (Chief Justice), March 27, 1783, issued March 28, 1783, John Read Magruder, clerk
By virtue of a commission to examine evidences to prove the bounds of "Landover" then in possession of Mr. Richard Simmons we intend to meet September 16, 1783. Taken under our seals this August 16, 1783
Thomas Crawford age 49 years at a white oak standing at the head of a marsh that runs through Christopher Beanes plantation saith that about 25 or 26 years ago he carried one of the chains when Mr. John Priggs was running out and and when they came to the white oak he heard Thomas Waring and Basil Waring (commonly called Carpenter Basil) say that it was a tree of Wootton's land; and further, that about 5 years ago he was present when Christopher Beanes, deceased prove the white oak to be the 4th bound tree of "Landover"
Richard Mullikin aged 22 years or thereabouts at the same place saith about 4 or 5 years ago Christopher Beanes, deceased brought him to the white oak and told him it was the 4th tree of "Landover".
Alexander Crawford age 41 years at the same place saith about 22 years ago Carpenter Basil Waring and him were riding along a path and he asked Mr. Waring if that was not Mr. Beanes land and Mr. Waring answered, no, it was Mr. Simmons land and his bound tree stands at the head of a marsh pointing towards where the tree stands.
Josias Beanes aged 49 years at the same place saith about 18 years ago his father Christopher Beanes, deceased his father showed him the tree and told him that Nathaniel Wickham showed it to him and the said Wickham told him he was shown it by Bigger Head who told him it was the 4th bound tree of "Landover"
Isaac Sansberrie aged 47 years at the same place saith he thinks he was in the year '73 that Mr. Thomas Blacklock and him went to Carpenter Basil Waring to get him to show them a piece of land that Mr. Blacklock was about renting of Basil Waring, Jr. and Mr. Waring went with us down a Valley to the said white oak and said here is a bound tree but I believe no man knows what boundary it is. We adjourned to September 30, 1783 and it raining adjourned to October 11
Basil Crawford age 41 years at the bounded white oak described above when his father and Basil Waring, Jr. at a lawsuit to pending they were running the given line of "Grove Hurst" and Basil Waring, Jr. called on Christopher Beanes, deceased to prove the white oak and he was sworn by Thomas Duckett, sheriff and said he was shown the tree by Bigger Head and Nathaniel Wickham to be the 4th bound tree of "Landover".
"Josiah Sprigg Wilson age 42 or thereabouts at the same place saith about 5 years ago he was present with Christopher Beanes, deceased when John Beall was running the given line of "Grove Hurst" for Basil Waring, Jr., Mr. Beanes left the company and this deponent followed him and when they came within 20 or 30 yards of the said white oak he stopped and pointed to the tree and said there is a tree if I could get it approved I should get this land and pointed towards the south and said he was shown it a great many years ago by Nathaniel Wickham. This deponent further sayeth that he heard the present Christopher Beanes say that if he outlived his father he would get the above said tree proved and further saith not
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1790-1791; Liber JJ2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 112. At the request of Thomas Hewitt the following Mortgage was recorded June 22, 1790
Indenture made June 17, 1790; between Alexander Crawford, his wife Elizabeth Crawford and their son James Crawford [Crafford] of one part and Thomas Hewitt, merchant of Bladensburgh of the other part. Whereas Alexander Crawford by his bond bearing date June 17, 1790 stands bound to Thomas Hewitt in the penal sum of 204 pounds specie current money of Maryland conditioned for the payment of 102 pounds like money with interest on or before April 1, 1792; and whereas Alexander Crawford as security for Jacob Crawford stands further bonded unto Thomas Hewitt by bond bearing date March 29, 1790 in the penal sum of 66 pounds specie current money of Maryland conditioned for the payment of 33 pounds like money with interest on or before April 1, 1792; Now this indenture witnesseth that Alexander Crawford, his wife Elizabeth Crawford and their son James Crawford in consideration of the debts and for better securing the payment and 5 shillings has assigned all the lands in PGCo bequeathed in the will of the late James Crawford to Alexander Crawford and his wife Elizabeth Crawford during their lives and then to their son James Crawford to wit; part of "Grove Hurst" whereon he now lives and part of "Gittings Park" and also the remaining part of "Waringford Purchase"; provided nevertheless that if Alexander Crawford, his wife Elizabeth Crawford and their son James Crawford shall well and truly pay to Thomas Hewitt the aforesaid sums money with interest on or before April 1, 1792 then these presents to be void. Signed Alexander Crawford, Elizabeth Crawford, James Crawford in the presence of and acknowledged before Rd Cramphin, Richard T. Lowndes
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1790-1791; Liber JJ2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 535. At the request of James Crawford (Crafford) the following Bill of Sale was recorded June 4, 1791
I Alexander Crawford, planter in consideration of my son James Crawford this day becoming my security in a bond to Thomas Hewitt for 46 pounds 3 shillings and 4 pence half penny current money of Maryland payable April 1st next with legal interest has confimed unto him Negro Lucy (38 years); provided that if Alexander Crawford shall pay the aforesaid sum of money unto Thomas Hewitt then these presents to be void. In witness whereof I have set my hand and seal this May 19, 1791, Alexander Crawford in the presence of Richard T. Lowndes, Erasmus Gantt
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1790-1791; Liber JJ2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 535. At the request of James Crawford (Crafford) the following Bill of Sale was recorded June 4, 1791
I Alexander Crawford, planter in consideration of my son James Crawford this day joined me in a deed of conveyance and general warranty to Mrs. Mary Hilleary, widow of Rignall Hilleary for part of "Grove Hurst" and part of "Gittings Park" 85 1/8 acres and part of "Wallingsfords Purchase" 40 acres, containing in the whole 128 1/8 acres as run out by Mr. John Beall and for the further 5 shillings sterling paid by James Crawford has confimed unto him Negroes Bob (10 years) and Byna (6 months) both children of Lucy. In witness whereof I have set my hand and seal this May 19, 1791, Alexander Crawford in the presence of Richard T. Lowndes, Erasmus Gantt
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1790-1791; Liber JJ2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 589. At the request of Mary Hilleary the following Deed was recorded August 18, 1791
Indenture made May 19, 1791; Alexander Crawford and James Crawford his son, planters in consideration of 218 pounds 19 shillings and 4 pence half penny specie current money of Maryland paid by Mary Hilleary widow of Rignall Hilleary have sold parts of tracts lying about 5 miles easterly from Bladensburgh bequeathed by the late James Crawford in his will to Alexander Crawford and Elizabeth Crawford his wife, now deceased during their lives then then to their son James Crawford; and agreeable to the lines and boundaries directed in said will the lands have been run out by John Beall, Esr., near Bladensburgh mutually choosen by the parties, to wit, part of "Grove Hurst" and part of "Gittings Park" containing 85 1/8 acres; part of "Wallingsford Purchase" containing 40 acres being part of "Bealls Purchase" and containing in the whole 125 1/8 acres. Signed 'Alexander Crafford', 'James Crafford' in the presence of and acknowledged before Richard T. Lowndes, Erasmus Gantt 
Crawford, Alexander (I109900)
 
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PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, MARYLAND WILLS; Liber T No. #1; 1784-1789;
Folio 230 JAMES CRAFFORD 01/22/1782 01/11/1786
"being infirm in Body ..."
Bequeaths to:
1. Thomas Crafford --son
-to have the part of the tract of land called "Grove Hust" where he now lives beginning on the stony hill were the "Beal Paster" line strikes the giving line of the tract and where John Jinking proved running from that place w/ a straight fine by the 30 foot tobacco house across the land down to the ditch and over to the line from the manor white oak --and also to have part of a tract of land called "Beall Pleasure- purchased from Allen Bowie
-to have Negro man "Joe" and Negro woman "Mol"
-to have one of testator's desks
2. Alexander Crafford -son
-to have all that part of "Grove Hust" whereon he now lives and part of "Gitting's Park" beginning at a white oak being the beginning tree of 'Grove Hust" and running w/a straight line to 2 large persimmons standing near the head of a spring belong "Greenup's Orchard" and down with the valley until it intersects a ditch then up the said branch to the giving line of "Grove Hust" --and all that part of that side of the said branch to be his along w/ all the remainder of the a tract of land called "Waringford Purchase" where Basil Crafford now lives —after he has 100 acres laid of for him for his natural life as well as his wife's natural life and then to Alexander's son James Crafford
-to have Negro man "Sesar" and Negro woman "Lucy"
3- Basil Crafford --son
-to have 100 acres of land where he lives called "Warringford Purchase" and also to have the remainder of "Grove Hust" where testator now lives and also to have the remainder of "Gitting Park" to have for his and his wife's natural lives and then to his son James Cratford and should he "have no son of that name" then to Alexander's son James Crafford" and should Alexander's son die then "to the next of the Family named James"
-to have 1 of testator's desks.
-to have Negro man "Harry" and Negro woman "Lucy"
-remainder of the estate to be divided among testator's 3 sons
-named executor of the will
4. James Crafford -son
-to have 20 pounds current money and the best suit of clothes testator has along w/ a young horse or mare and no more of the estate
5. James Crafford --grandson (son of Adam Crafford)
-to have all that part of "Beall's Pasture" lying by the house where his Mother the widow Crafford Lives
-to have a young horse or mare.
6. Adam Crafford -grandson
-to have 1 cow and calf to be delivered after testator's decease
7. Mary Glaze (?) --granddaughter
-to have Negro boy "Wall"
8. Elizabeth Glaze (?) —granddaughter
-to have Negro
9. John Crafford --grandson (son of Adam Crafford)
-to have 1 shilling and no more of the estate
Witnesses: James Wilson , Christopher Beanes, Christopher Beanes, Jr. (Mark)
Then came: James Wilson and Christopher Beanes
Note; the testator signed the will with his mark
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1780-1784; Liber FF 1 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 379. At the request of Christopher Beanes the following Land Commission was enrolled December 1, 1783
Memorandum that on the special petition of Christopher Beanes of PGCo preferred to the justices of the county on the 4th Tuesday in March 1783 for a land commission was issued on March 28, 1783; to Messrs John Hill, William Deakins, James Edmonson, and Solomon Groves of PGCo Gentleman, whereas Christopher Beanes is seized of a tract called "Landover" and preferred his petition in writing to our county court held at Upper Marlborough Town for a commission to examine evidence to prove and perpetuate the memory of the bounds of the said tract of land. Therefore, we command you any three or two of you to examine all witnesses or persons concerned touching their knowledge of the bounds of the said tract. Witness Joshua Beall, Gentleman (Chief Justice), March 27, 1783, issued March 28, 1783, John Read Magruder, clerk
By virtue of a commission to examine evidences to prove the bounds of "Landover" then in possession of Mr. Richard Simmons we intend to meet September 16, 1783. Taken under our seals this August 16, 1783
Thomas Crawford age 49 years at a white oak standing at the head of a marsh that runs through Christopher Beanes plantation saith that about 25 or 26 years ago he carried one of the chains when Mr. John Priggs was running out and and when they came to the white oak he heard Thomas Waring and Basil Waring (commonly called Carpenter Basil) say that it was a tree of Wootton's land; and further, that about 5 years ago he was present when Christopher Beanes, deceased prove the white oak to be the 4th bound tree of "Landover"
Richard Mullikin aged 22 years or thereabouts at the same place saith about 4 or 5 years ago Christopher Beanes, deceased brought him to the white oak and told him it was the 4th tree of "Landover".
Alexander Crawford age 41 years at the same place saith about 22 years ago Carpenter Basil Waring and him were riding along a path and he asked Mr. Waring if that was not Mr. Beanes land and Mr. Waring answered, no, it was Mr. Simmons land and his bound tree stands at the head of a marsh pointing towards where the tree stands.
Josias Beanes aged 49 years at the same place saith about 18 years ago his father Christopher Beanes, deceased his father showed him the tree and told him that Nathaniel Wickham showed it to him and the said Wickham told him he was shown it by Bigger Head who told him it was the 4th bound tree of "Landover"
Isaac Sansberrie aged 47 years at the same place saith he thinks he was in the year '73 that Mr. Thomas Blacklock and him went to Carpenter Basil Waring to get him to show them a piece of land that Mr. Blacklock was about renting of Basil Waring, Jr. and Mr. Waring went with us down a Valley to the said white oak and said here is a bound tree but I believe no man knows what boundary it is. We adjourned to September 30, 1783 and it raining adjourned to October 11
Basil Crawford age 41 years at the bounded white oak described above when his father and Basil Waring, Jr. at a lawsuit to pending they were running the given line of "Grove Hurst" and Basil Waring, Jr. called on Christopher Beanes, deceased to prove the white oak and he was sworn by Thomas Duckett, sheriff and said he was shown the tree by Bigger Head and Nathaniel Wickham to be the 4th bound tree of "Landover".
"Josiah Sprigg Wilson age 42 or thereabouts at the same place saith about 5 years ago he was present with Christopher Beanes, deceased when John Beall was running the given line of "Grove Hurst" for Basil Waring, Jr., Mr. Beanes left the company and this deponent followed him and when they came within 20 or 30 yards of the said white oak he stopped and pointed to the tree and said there is a tree if I could get it approved I should get this land and pointed towards the south and said he was shown it a great many years ago by Nathaniel Wickham. This deponent further sayeth that he heard the present Christopher Beanes say that if he outlived his father he would get the above said tree proved and further saith not 
Crawford, Basil (I110771)
 
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aged 39 
Crawford, Elizabeth MNU (I110770)
 
2514 1776 PGCo Census Gaius Marcus Brumbaugh Colonial Records Vol 1, pg 69 Boswell, Edward (I110767)
 
2515 1776 PGCo Census Gaius Marcus Brumbaugh Colonial Records Vol 1, pg 69 Boswell, Elizabeth MNU (I110768)
 
2516 1776 PGCo Census Gaius Marcus Brumbaugh Colonial Records Vol 1, pg 72
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CC District 6
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John Boswell 84,232 CH £62.2.7 Jul 21 1764 Aug 2 1764
Appraisers: Joseph M. Semmes Baker Brooke.
Creditors: Daniel Jenifer attorn for John Michel, Samuel Hanson.
Next of kin: John Boswell, James Boswell.
Administratrix: Elisabeth Boswell.
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Charles County Land Records 1786-1790; Liber D#4; Page 191. Jan 5, 1788 from William Brooke of Surry County, North Carolina, to Stephen Howison of the same county and state, for 50 £ Virginia currency, all that part of a tract of land called Hopewells Amendment, lying in CC and devised to the sd William Brooke by his father John Brooke as per the will of his sd father, beginning at the end of John Boswell's north line in a small branch, and running thence north with Baltimore's Bounty to the end of the 1st line laid down in Hopewell's Certificate, then to a small branch to the land of John Boswell, then down the branch, containing about 125 acres. Signed - William Brook. Wit -
Rich Barnes*, Henry Barnes*. Recorded Jan 5, 1788.

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Assessment of 1783 Charles County- Maryland State Archives Maryland State
Archives
MARYLAND INDEXES
(Assessment of 1783, Index)
1783
Charles County
MSA S 1437

Edward Boswell. CH 4th District, General p. 2. MSA S 1161-4-12 1/4/5/47
Ignatius Boswell. CH 4th District, General p. 2. MSA S 1161-4-12 1/4/5/47
John Boswell. CH 4th District, General p. 2. MSA S 1161-4-12 1/4/5/47
Matthew Boswell. CH 4th District, General p. 2. MSA S 1161-4-12 1/4/5/47
Richard Boswell. CH 4th District, General p. 2. MSA S 1161-4-12 1/4/5/4

Gustavus Boswell. CH 5th District, General p. 1. MSA S 1161-5-1 1/4/5/48
William Boswell. 120 acres. CH 5th District, General p. 1. MSA S 1161-5-1 1/4/5/48
William Boswell. Robbins Delight, 120 acres. CH 5th District, Land p. 7. MSA S 1161-5-2 1/4/5/48
William Boswell, Jr. CH 5th District, General p. 1. MSA S 1161-5-1 1/4/5/48

Sarah Boswell. Hopewells Amendment, 75 acres. CH 6th District, Land p. 7. MSA S 1161-5-3 1/4/5/48
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Chicamuxen or Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 431-384: HOPEWELL AMENDMENT: 200 acres; Possession of - 200 Acres - Hopewell, John: Surveyed 11 Sept 1735 for John Hopewell: Conveyance notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, 100 Acres - John Brooke from William Hopewell; 23 Nov 1742, 
Boswell, John (I110769)
 
2517 1776 PGCo Census Gaius Marcus Brumbaugh Colonial Records Vol 1, pg 72 Boswell, Elizabeth MNU (I110773)
 
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Charles County Land Records 1786-1790; Liber D#4; Page 94. Bill of sale, recorded at the request of Charles Mankin. I, Peter Boswell of CC, for 175 £, sell to Charles Mankin of CC, 1 Negro girl named Chloe, about 12 years old, 1 Negro girl named Mary, about 8 years old, 1 Negro woman named Henry, about 27 years old, 1 bay horse, 1 black horse, 1 cow and calf, 1 small sow, 44 flag chairs, almost new, 6 leather bottom chairs, 5 pine tables, 8 walnut tables, 8 feather beds with bedsteads, cords, and covering, 7 iron pots, 4 Dutch ovens, 1 walnut desk, 4 painted chests, 1 glazed tin sugar box, 1 shod horse cart with harness for horse, 12 brass candlesticks, 15 earthen dishes, 48 knives and 48 forks, 8 China punch bowls, 1 painted buffet with glass windows, 2 leather trunks, 50 lbs of new feathers, and 1 large to king glass. Signed Jun 18, 1787 - Peter Boswell, Wit - Rich Barnes*, Rd Barnes Jr. Recorded Jun 18, 1787. 
Boswell, Peter (I020789)
 
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The 1807 "July court" of Fairfax Co, Virginia, ordered an inventory of the estate of Anne Boswell, deceased. Thomas Fenley (her brother) was the Administrator.
In the Fairfax Co, Virginia Deed Book Y, p. 462: "Thomas Findlay this day came before me the Subscriber and gave information of having removed two slaves from the State of Maryland to this county where the said Findlay at this time resides, viz. Isaac and Sandy, within ten days last past who took the oath in such cases by Act of Assembly prescribed. Certified under my hand this Feb. 11, 1796. signed R. Ratcliff.
The mother of Thomas Fenley, Martha Bayne Fenley, moved to Fairfax Co at the same time. On April 21, 1795, Martha had entered a list of her slaves which she removed with her : Pompy, Jeffry, James, Lettice, Rachel, Nell, Sarah, Mark, Fillis and Eve
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PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, MARYLAND WILLS; Liber T No. #1; 1784-1789;
Folio 231 CHARLES TENLY (mm:FENLEY) 12/20/ 1785 02/14/1785
"being in a weak and low condition ..."
Bequeaths to;
1. Charles B. Tenley --son
-to have Negro boy "Jack"
-to have 1 bed and furn., 1 cow and calf
2. John B. Tenly, --son
-to have Negro fellow "George"
-to have 1 cow and calf
3, Martha Tenly --daughter
-to have Negro girl "Jean"
-to have 1 bed and funk., and I cow and calf
4. Thomas Tenley --son
-to have Negro boy "'Isack"
-to have I bed and furn.. and 1 cow and calf
5. James Tenly --son
-to have 1 Negro girl "Cassey"
-to have 1 bed and furn., I cow and calf
6. Mary Tenley --daughter
-to have Negro girl "Henny"
-to have 1 bed and furn., and 1 cow and calf
7. Martha Tenley --wife
-named executor along w/ son Thomas and instructed to sell that tract of land
William Bayne and testator purchased in Virginia and which tract of land testator
holds Bayne's bond--and the money from the sale to be given to testator's son
Charles
-to have the remainder of the estate for her widowhood or natural life
8. William Tenley --son
Ann Boswell --daughter
-after widow's decease or remarriage, the remainder of the estate to be divided among
all of testator's children
9. William Bayne
James Hawkins
-named trustees along w/ Charles B. Tenley
Witnesses: John Addison, John Bayne, Zachariah M. Wade 
Fenley, Anne Bayne (I008858)
 
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65 years
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John Summers 7.4 D PG £66.19.5 Apr 3 1775
Sureties: Benjamin Moore, James Moore.
Distribution to: Representatives unknown to this Office.
Administratrix: Mrs. Lydia Summers.
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Mr. John Magruder 33.228 A PG £1073.4.9 £30.16.0 Dec 13 1752
A second inventory is cited in the amount of £1.2.1.
Received from: Nanian Townhill, Jr., Mary Wiggfeeld, Elisabeth Condle, William Addison, Michael Coats, William Tonley, Thomas Taylor, Phillip Tonley, Thomas Willcoxen, Jr., Francis Jenkins, John Hagathy, Ignatious Hardey, Thomas Harvey, John Soper, Jr., Phillip Mason, Richard Mason, Richard Burges, James Bonefant, John Riggs, David Williams, William Jenkins, Lidey Sumers, James Conner, Benjamin Brooke, Henry Willson, John Lewcus, Sarah Harwell, Nathaniel Magruder (son of Nicholas Magruder), Thomas Taylor P. Luxon (?), William Magruder, Richard King, Robert Boyde, Capt. Samuel Magruder, Robert Ridgway, Abram Jones, John Lowe, Sr., heirs (unnamed) of John Osbourn, Sr., Mauris Miles, Sussanria Prentice, John Pearce, Sr., Joseph Cole, James Wardrope, Jonathon Ridgway, Anne Newton, William Lowe, Sr., George Willson, James Magruder, Peter Parker, John Ridgway, Thomas Talbott, Samuel Smith, Georges Lowe, John Thompson, John Ball, John Lowe 3rd, Margerett Beach, Thomas Charter, Thomas Lock, Sr., Richard Ball, James Burges, John Lowe, Jr., Robert Dewit, Phillip Sr. (no surname given), Benedict Calvert, Esq., James Wallace, William Jones, Lowe (no other name given), John Soper, Sr., James Hyde, Samuel Mason, George Dawson, Meredith Davis, Peter More, Prissila Bonfield, Robert Soper, James Townhill, Ignatious Diggs, Thomas Diggs, John Phillips, John Ozbourn, Jr., widow Talbot, Benjamin Bery, Sr., Stephen Lanum, Ezekiel Gauslin, Joseph Ray, Mauris Morris, Garut Fitsjarrel, John Contee, John James, George Frazer, Thomas James, Jr., Alexander Jefferys, Merean Duvall, Jr., Thomas James, Sr., Josiah Marshwell, Daniel Thomas, Dorythy Lucas, James Sinkler, John Goodman, Thomas Walker, William Thomas, Francis Hudson, William Murdock on account of Philpot (no other name given), Burges Mitchel, John Buchanan (merchant in London), Thomas Lynch, Nathaniel Offutt, Christopher Hytch, Lackland Duff, Thomas Willoxen, Joseph Johnson, William Harvey, Edward Diggs, Robert Robinson, Ninian Willet, Sr., John Risten, William Osburn, John Duckit, William Diggs, Jr., William Lowe, Jr., Thomas Case, Isabel Henry, Daniel Hurley, Edward Burch, John Hepburn, Esq., James Gibson, Joseph Wheat, Stephen Warman, Merean Duvall, Sr., Francis Piles, Edmond Rigger John Ryon, William Eaglin, John Walker, Francis Wheat, Thomas Kindrick, Sr., executrix of Miles (no other name given), executrix of Dunkin Ferguson, Benjamin Duvall, Cye Leach, John Magruder, Jr., executrix of William Scott, executrix of Osbourn Sprigg, John Perry, Jr., Nehemiah Wade, Eleanor Adison, Robert Ridle, Thomas Maurice, John Dawson, Robert Hardey, John Lawrance, Capt. John Addison on account of Thomas Addison.
Payments to: Richard Dorsey, Dr. Ephraim Andrews, Dr. Richard Brooke, D. Dulany, Esq., Mary Coumphin, Benjamin Berry, Margrett Hilleary, executrix of Osbourn Sprigg, Daniel Dulany, Esq.
Executor: Nathaniel Magruder.
===
Contributed by Shirley Middleton Moller


PGLR RR:215

At The Request of Lidia Summers the following Deed was Recorded May 5th 1762
To all Christian People to whom this present writing Shall Come I Thomas Wilcoxon of Prince Georges County in the province of Maryland Send Greeting Know Ye that I the Said Thomas Wilcoxon as well for and in Consideration of the Sum of five Shillings Current money of Maryland to me in hand paid as for the Natural Love and Affection which I have And do bear unto my Sister in Law Lydia Summers of the Said County & Province aforesaid Widow and also unto her Daughter Mary Summers of the Said County Spinster and for other Good Causes and Considerations me there unto Moving have Granted Aliened Confirmed and made over and by these Presents do Give Grant alien Confirm and make over to the Said Lydia Summers during her Natural Life that tract of Land Called Coxons Rest Situate in Prince Georges County aforesaid lying near a Tract of Land formerly Surveyed for John Dickeson (See Deed for land description) Containing and Laid Out for one hundred acres of Land be the Same More or Less together with all and Singular The Rights Priviledges and Appurtances and said Dwelling houses Out houses fences Orchards Easments Priviledges Profits and Advantages whatsoever to the aforesaid Land and Premises is belonging or in Any wise Appurtaining To Have and to Hold all and Singular the forementioned Land and premises is unto the Said Lydia Summers during her Natural Life and after her Death then the aforesaid Land and Premises with Appurtenances to be the Right and Property of her Said Daughter Mary Summers and to her heirs for Ever But in Case the Said Mary Summers should Die without Issue Lawfully begotten then the Same Land and Premises to be The Right of my Son Levin Wilcoxon and his heirs forever freely and Quietly without any Manner of Challenge Claim or Demand of Me the Said Thomas Wilcoxon or of any other person or persons for me in my name or by my Cause Consent or Precurement and I the said Thomas Wilcoxon all and Singular the aforementioned Land and Premises to them the Said Lydia Summers and Mary her Daughter and the heirs of her Body Lawfully Begotten against Me my heirs or assigns Shall and Will Warrant and for ever Defend by these presents In Witness Whereof I have hereunto Set my hand and Seal this fifth day of May in the Year of Our Lord God One Thousand Seven hundred and Sixty two
Sealed and Delivered in the presence of Thos Wilcoxon Seal
J Hepburn John Littleford
On The Back of Which Deed was thus Indorsed Received this fifth day of May 1762 of Lydia Summers five Shillings Current Money it being The Consideration Within Mentioned by me
Testis J Hepburn Thos Wilcoxon
Maryland Sst 5th May 1762 Then Came Thomas Wilcoxon party to the within and before me the Subscriber one of the Right Honorable the Lord Proprietarys Justices for the Province aforesaid and Acknowledged the Same and Premises there in Mentioned to be the Right of the within Mentioned Lydia Summers and Mary Summers According to the purport of the within Deed and Present to The act of Assembly in that Case made and Provided
Taken and acknowledged Before J Hepburn
1762 May 5th Recvd four Shills sterl for an alienation fine on the within one hundred acres of Land by and of Colo Edwd Loyd agent for the Right Honrb the Lord Propty of Maryd J Hepburn
===
Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1759-1763; Liber RR {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 215. At the request of Lydia Summers the following Deed was recorded May 5, 1762
I Thomas Wilcoxon in consideration of 5 shillings current money of Maryland as for the natural love and affection which I have and do bear unto my sister-in-law Lydia Summers, widow and also her daughter Mary Summers, spinster have given by these presents all that part of land called "Coxon's Rest" containing 100 acres lying near a tract of land formerly surveyed for John Dickeson and beginning near the head of a draught of Tinkers Branch. To have and to hold during her natural life and then to her daughter Mary Summers. But in case Mary Summers should die without issue then the lands and premises to be the right of my son Levin Wilcoxon. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this May 5,1762 Thomas Wilcoxen in the presence of John Hepburn, John Littleford and acknowledged before John Hepburn 
Litton, Lydia (I110774)
 
2521 1776 Taxables - Montgomery Co MD - Lower Potomac 100 - p. 53
James Mockbee age 24
Zachariah Mockbie age 26
Zephaniah Mockbie age 21 
Mockbee, James (I069011)
 
2522 1778 Oath of Allegiance

Birth: 1732 in Goodwill,Prince George's Co,Md
Death: 9 Nov 1805 in Frederick Co,Md
Burial: 1805 Elder Family Cem,Frederick Co,Md
Change Date: 24 Jun 2000 at 11:13:35
Note: Children's names from HISTORY OF FREDERICK COUNTY MARYLAND pg 835.


Father: William ELDER b: 1707 in Goodwill,Prince George's Co,Md
Mother: Anne WHEELER b: 1709 in Charles Co,Md

Marriage 1 Eleanor OGLE b: 2 Mar 1741 in ,,Frederick,Md
Married: Abt 1755

Marriage 2 Eleanor WICKHAM
Married: 1760 in ,,,Md
===
===
Ninian Magruder Beall 3.113 D FR 540.13.3 Nov 28 1761
Distribution to: Widow (unnamed), children (unnamed).
Executors: William Beall, Guy Elder and his wife Eleanor Elder. 
Elder, Guy (I008040)
 
2523 1778-1810 Frederick Co MD Marriages-Margaret Myers
Aug 14 1784 Yates, Robert Elliot to Richardson, Ursula
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1778-1810 Frederick Co MD Marriages-Margaret Myers
Jan 29 1798 Baker, Walter to Richardson, Ursula 
Richardson, Ursula MNU (I098449)
 
2524 1778-1810 Frederick Co MD Marriages-Margaret Myers
Aug 14 1784 Yates, Robert Elliot to Richardson, Ursula 
Yates, Robert Elliott (I098451)
 
2525 1778-1810 Frederick Co MD Marriages-Margaret Myers
Jan 12 1786 Ansell, Samuel to Graves, Priscilla 
Family F00760
 
2526 1778-1810 Frederick Co MD Marriages-Margaret Myers
Mar 27 1785 Muncaster, Ann to Stone, Walter Hanson 
Family F27546
 
2527 1778-1810 Frederick Co MD Marriages-Margaret Myers
Oct 9 1800 Marshall, Priscilla to Riggs, Samuel 
Family F00761
 
2528 1781-1815 Marriages Culpeper Co Va-CATHERINE LINDSAY KNORR
12 December 1799. Elias WALTERS and Sally Gaunt. Minister, Absalom Kinsey. p 94 
Family F24297
 
2529 1781/2 - Ignatius Higdon m. Elizabeth Tayler, by Rev. Ignatius Matthews, Roman Catholic
=== Contributed by Ralph D. Smith

Aug. 12, 1740 - Ignatious Higdon, son of William and Jane Higdon, b. Aug. 12, 1740 at Trinity Parish, Charles Co., Md.
Source: Jourdan, Elise G., "Colonial Records of Southern Maryland," p. 2.

Mar. 3, 1753 - Mr. Richard Edelen came to a small branch that runs by Mr. Isaac Campbell's house and said that at the time he wright [sic] Abraham Lemaster's will that the said Lemaster pointed this branch whereon I stand and said that branch divided between his son John and his daughter and grand daughter and said at the same time that them hills pointing over this branch said that was Berrys Land and said that there was about 100 acres to be divided between his daughter and grand daughter, in presence of us William Higdon, ... Thomas Higdon, Jr., Trueman Higdon, ... Richard Higdon, Ignatius Higdon, Benjamin Higdon,
Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber B No. 3, p. 300.

Aug. 1768 - The Charles Co., Md. administration account of Samuel Philpot shows that Philpot's estate received a payment from Ignatius Higdon.
Source: Skinner, V. L., Jr., "Abstracts of the Administration Accounts of the Prerogative Court of Maryland, 1768-1771," p. 23.

Feb. 1770 - The Charles Co., Md. final administration account of Justinian Burch [Jr.] shows that Burch's estate received a payment from Ignatius Higdon.
Sources: (1) Charles Co. Md. Administration Accounts, 1759-1770, p. 448, and (2) Skinner, V. L., Jr., "Abstracts of the Administration Accounts of the Prerogative Court of Maryland, 1768-1771," p. 92.

Nov. 1770 - Ignatius Higdon, of Charles Co., planter, is pledge and security for James Miles in the case John and James Jamieson vs. James Miles.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber T No. 3, p. 192.

Nov. 1771 - Ignatius Higdon vs. William Mead. Debt. Non est. [docket item only]
Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber T No. 3, p. 569.

Mar. 1772 - Ignatius Higdon vs. William Mead. Debt. Struck off. [docket item only]
Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber T No. 3, p. 824.

Aug. 1775 - Ignatius Higdon is on the list of good debts (as opposed to the list of desperate debts) owed to the estate of Moses Beall in St. Marys Co., Md.
Source: Skinner, V. L., Jr., "Abstracts of the Inventories of the Prerogative Court of Maryland, 1726-1729," p. 80.
Comment: Book title dates bear no relation to date of this debt list.

1777 - Ignatius Higdon, Private, Maryland Militia, 26th Battalion, Capt. Robert Sinnett's Company, Charles Co., Md.
Source: Peden, Henry C., Jr., "Revolutionary Patriots of Charles County, Maryland, 1775-1783," p. 144.

Mar. 1778 - Ignatius Higdon is on the list of free male persons from 18 years old and upwards in Port Tobacco West Hundred, Charles Co., Md.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber X No. 3, p. 632.

Mar. 1778 - Ignatius Higdon ("O" his mark) takes the Oath of Allegiance to Maryland in Charles Co., Md.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber X No. 3, p. 647.

Aug. 1778 - State of Maryland vs. Ignatius Higdon. Recognizance in 100 Pounds current money for the appearance of Negro Will Curtis. Appears and discharged. [docket item only]
Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber X No. 3, p. 727.

Aug. 1780 - Ignatius Higdon allowed 300 lbs. of tobacco for 5 days attendance for Edward Boarman at suit of Clare Slye.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber Y No. 3, p. 608.

1781-2 - Ignatius Higdon m. Elizabeth Taylor in Charles Co., Md. by Rev. Ignatius Matthews (Roman Catholic.)
Source: Brumbaugh, Gaius M., "Maryland Records, Colonial, Revolutionary, County and Church, from Original Sources," Vol. 2, p. 490.
Comment: In "Early Families of Southern Maryland," Vol. 2 (p. 139), Elise G. Jourdan gives the marriage date as Feb. 8, 1781.

May 1783 - Ignatius Higdon rendered patriotic service in Charles Co., Md. by providing wheat the the use of the military.
Source: Peden, Henry C., Jr., "Revolutionary Patriots of Charles County, Maryland, 1775-1783," p. 144.

Mar. 5, 1785 - Charles Co., Md. Orphans Court. Letters of Administration on the estate of Ignatius Higdon were granted to Elizabeth Higdon, relict, and her bond with James Taylor and Joseph Thompson her securities was taken in the sum of 200 pounds current money for due administration.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Estate Records, 1785-1788, p. 14. (MSA Microfilm Roll CR 49,155, part 1, Liber AH9)

Aug. 1785 - Charles Co., Md. Orphans Court. Ordered by the Court that Elizabeth Higdon, administratrix of Ignatius Higdon, late of Charles Co., deceased, sell the said deceased's estate at public vendue on giving 20 days notice.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Estate Records, 1785-1788, p. 70. (MSA Microfilm Roll CR 49,155, part 1, Liber AH9)
Comment: No inventory for Ignatius has been found to 1797. 
Higdon, Ignatius (I030712)
 
2530 1783 Tax Assessment List
Seth Lomax. CH 7th District, General p. 7.
===
Contributed by Shirley Middleton Moller

Charles County, Wills B 1.322
Francis Gray Jr's Will
I Francis Gray of CC, am sick and weak in body but of sound and prefect memory.
To my well beloved sister Easter Gray 20 shillings and no more.
To my well beloved sister Martha Leath 5 shillings & no more.
To my well beloved sister Eleanor Lomax's heirs 15 shillings current money and no more.
To my well beloved brother George Gray's heirs 5 shillings and no more.
To my well beloved brothers John Hamilton Gray, Vinson Gray and Zachariah Ward Gray all my goods and chattels to be equally divided between them after my just debts are paid.
Executor: my brother John Hamilton Gray
Signed Francis Gray
Wit: David L. Ward, George Gray
Probated on 29 May 1784 by the oath of the executor and by the oaths of both witnesses.
==
Constant Lomx 96.215 CH £43.11.6 Sep 6 1768 Sep 13 1768
(also Constant Lomax)
Appraisers: Samuel Gray, Richard Speake.
Creditors: Thomas Anderson Leomax.
Next of kin: Edward Gray, Sr., Moses Gray.
Administrator: Seth Lomax.
===
Constant Lomax 62.323 A CH £43.11.6 £14.10.8 Jun 7 1769
Sureties: Joseph Gray, Robert Covert.
Received from: Hezekiah Evans.
Payments to: Charles Smith, Col. George Mason, Thomas Lomax, Halter Hanson, Walter Dulany, Esq.
Representatives: 6 children: Seth Lomax (at age), Margaret (at age), Brazilla Lomax (at age), Thomas Anderson Lomax (under age), Rebecca (under age), Mark Lomax (under age).
Administrator: Seth Lomax.
===
Constant Lomax 5.195 D CH £58.8.11 Jun 7 1769
Sureties: Joseph Gray, Robert Covert.
Distribution to 6 children (equally): Seth, Margaret, Brazilla, Thomas Anderson (or Thomas Anderson Lomax), Rebecca, Mark.
Administrator: Seth Lomax.
===
Charles County Census, 1775-1778 (1800 persons)·
MALE PERSONS EIGHTEEN YEARS OLD AND UPWARD IN THE
LOWER HUNDRED, DURHAM PARISH-UZZIAH POSEY, CONSTABLE
Lomax, Siffiniah 
Lomax, Seth (I023016)
 
2531 1784 Will: Culpeper County, Virginia, WB C-74, probated on June 6, 1784. In the name of God Amen; I William Champe of the County of Culpeper now in perfect Memory do make and ordain this my last will and testament in manner and form following: First and principally I recommend my Soul to Almighty God & my body to the Earth to be interred decently and at the discretion of my Executors hereafter named. My Will is that my loving wife Mary Champe have at her own disposal all my lands and slaves in the County of Culpeper & one in Spotsylvania named Agga, with all my household and kitchen furniture, with all my stock of every kind & all other matters belonging to the said land and Plantations; My will is that my nephew Henry Willis have my tract of land in King George County known by the name of "Lambs Creek Trace" containing seven hundred acres to him and his heirs &c. My will is that my nieces the daughters of Colo. Wm. Fleming now living have the tract of land in King George County known by the name of "The Farm" with all the slaves that was on the said land at my Father's death, & their increase together with the stock & Tools of all kinds, to be equally divided to them & Their heirs &c. My Will is that my friend William Cbadwell have the land he now lives on in King George County his paying annually to my loving wife Mary Champe twelve hundred pounds of tobacco & cask inspected at some warehouse on Rappahannock River & three pounds specie on or by the first day of January, after my wife's death the sd rent to cease; I then give and bequeath the said land to him and his heirs &c. My will is that Mary Gaiiskill shall have the land she now lives on known by the name of "Hills Tract" during her natural life then to revert to my wife being part of all the land before mentioned.

Latterly I do conclude and appoint my wife Mary Champe my brothers in law, William Fleming and F. Thornton Executors of this last will and testament revoking all others before made by me & acknowledge this to be my Last, In witness whereof I have hereto set my hand and Seal this tenth day of April One Thousand Seven hundred and Eighty Four.
William Champe Seal
F. Thornton
Henry Gaitskill
Rowland Gaines.
===
URL (Click on link) http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=170&last=&g_p=GI&collec tion=NN Grant
Title Brown, William.
Publication 4 October 1769.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311.
Note Location: Prince William County.
Description: 560 acres adjoining William Champe, and Peter Cockrell’s land.
Source: Northern Neck Grants I, 1757-1781, p. 170 (Reel 294).
Original survey exists.
Part of the index to recorded copies of land grants issued by the agents of the Fairfax Proprietary between 1690 and 1781 and by the Commonwealth between 1786 and 1874. Original and recorded surveys are also indexed when available. The collection is housed in the Archives at the Library of Virginia.
Subject - Personal Brown, William. grantee.
Champe, William.
Cockrell, Peter.
===
URL (Click on link) http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=113&last=&g_p=GB&collec tion=NN Grant
Title Brown, William.
Publication 30 January 1727/1728.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311.
Note Location: Stafford County.
Description: 480 acres on a branch issuing out of the south side of Occoquan River and adjoining land of Wm. Champ.
Source: Northern Neck Grants B, 1726-1729, p. 113, folio (Reel 290).
===
1773-1780 King George County Deed Book (Antient Press); pp. 1205
THIS INDENTURE made the Eight day of November in year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and seventy seven Between WILLIAM CHAMPE Esqr., on the one part and WILLIAM BRUCE SENR. on the other part; Witnesseth that WILLIAM CHAMPE in consideration of the rents & covenants hereafter mentioned on part of WILLIAM BRUCE to be paid & performed, by these presents doth demise grant &
to farm let unto WILLIAM BRUCE One hundred and fifty acres of Land with the appurtenances lying in Parish of Brunswick in County of King George being a part of the Land that descended to me by my Father & is joining to the land of ELIZABETH HANSFORD, JOHN JONES, ( ) TRACT now in the possession of MRS. LUCY ALEXANDER and JOHN TALIAFERRO SENR, Gent,, To have and to hold the land & premises unto WILLIAM BRUCE & his assigns during the term of his life, of his Wife ELIZABETH BRUCE & his Son, GEORGE BRUCE, paying therefore yearly during the life of WM. CHAMPE SENR, one year of Indian Corn and afterwards five hundred & thirty pounds of tobacco; In Witness whereof the said WILLIAM CHAMPE & the said WILLIAM BRUCE have hereunto interchangably set their hands & seals the day and year first above written
Seald l& Deliver'd in the presence of
WILLIAM WATKINS, WILLIAM CHAMPE
JOS: ROBINSON, WILLIAM BRUCE
JOHN TALIAFERRO,
JOHN TALIAFERRO JUNR,
(No recording shown for this Lease for Lives)
===
Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://departments.umw.edu/hipr/www/fredericksburg/buildads.htm
URL title: Land Advertisements in the Virginia Herald
Note:
The Virginia Herald and Fredericksburg Advertiser
January 29, 1789 2:5
For sale, Two well known tracts of land, to wit: Popcastle & Lambs Creek, in the county of King George, lying on the river, 15 miles below Fredericksburg. Popcastle was occupied by the late Col. William Champ; it contains 1288 acres of productive land, well adapted to grain and abound in cedar. The buildings consist of a two story brick dwelling house, kitchen, dairy, smoke house, stable, barn, and negro houses; also, a good mill seat whereon there is a mill house, and a pair of stones, that may be had with the premises. Lambs Creek is now in the possession of Col. Lewis Willis; it contains 657 acres, adjoining the other land; the buildings are greatly out of repair and of but little value. This tract has also a valuable mill seat, with the whole of the dam remaining, there having been a mill formerly. Each of those tracts, bounds on the river, and the description of the above may be applied fully to this, each having the greatest advantages of wild fowl, fish, and a range f! or cattle, sheep and hogs, and each a good landing. A great proportion of both tracts is flat land, very durable, and a considerable quantity of meadow ground. Any person inclinable to purchase, may known the terms by application to Col. Lewis Willis, as I shall be a few weeks absent from this place. A good bargain may be had for cash or negroes, if the purchaser would take both tracts, and in that case credit would be given for one third the purchase money.
Francis Willis, Of Georgia.
Fredericksburg, Jan. 14, 1789
===
CARTER , EDWARD, Fredericksburg, d. Feb. 21,1792, Executors Bond dated June 6, 1792. Wit. Charles Carter, Jr., Charles Carter, George Carter, George Gilman. Ex. sons Charles and Edward Carter, William Champe. Leg. wife Sally Carter, house and lots in Fredericksburg, plantation and house in Albemarle Co, known by the name of "Blenheim," also tract of land purchased of Col. William Champe, late of Culpeper, during her widowhood; sons Charles and Edward Carter, land in Amherst County, near where my son John lives; son John and his wife Apphire Carter; son Charles, and his wife the daughter of CoI. Fielding Lewis; son George, land in Amherst Co; sons Whitacre and Hill, land in Amherst Co; son William Champe Carter, plantations called "Dicks" and ..Wheelers," and land in Albemarle Co; son Robert Carter, plantation in AlbemarIe, known by the name of "Gloucester" and "Chathams"; daughters Mary Champe and Ann Williams; daughter Elizabeth Stanard; daughter Jane Bradford, wife of Majr. Samuel K. Bradford, and their children; daughter Sally Carter, wife of George Carter. (Page 1156)
===
1780-1787 King George County Deed Book 6 (Antient Press); pp. 299
THIS INDENTURE made the 19th day of November 1779 Between WILLIAM CHAMPE of County of CULPEPER, Esqr., of one part & JOHN TALIAFERRO of County of King George, Esqr, of other part. Witnesseth that WILLIAM CHAMPE for sum of Twenty shillings in hand paid by JOHN TALIAFERRO & more especially for the love & Friendship which WILLIAM CHAMPE beareth for JOHN TALIAFERRO, his Nephew, by these presents do sell & set over unto JOHN TALIAFERRO his heirs all that tract of land whereon WILLIAM BRUCE now lives lying in County of King George containing One hundred & fifty acres & bounded begining at a corner Gum standing near a white Oak on a Branch of LAMBS CREEK & in the backside of the RIVERSIDE PATENT of JOHN & GEORGE MOTT. & is corner to the Land formerly belonging to PETER GALLON, thence W. No. Wt, one hundred & fourteen poles to a corner red Oak, thence No. 209 poles unto three small red Oaks standing on a Ridge, thence crossin the Branch of LAMBS CREEK Et, one hundred & four poles to the begining. Together with all rights members and appurtenances belonging: To have & to hold the tract of land and premises unto JOHN TALIAFERRO his heirs to the only use of JOHN TALIAFERRO his heirs; In Witness whereof the said WILLIAM CHAMPE have hereunto set his hand and seal the day and year first above written Sealed & Delivered in the presence of
FRANCIS THORNTON, WILLIAM CHAMPE
GEORGE GRAY. THOMAS THORNTON
CHARLES WASHINGTON. LEWIS WILLIS
WILLIAM CHADWELL, JOS, ROBINSON
At. a Court held for King George County the 4th day of May 1780
This Deed from under the hand and seal of WILLIAM CHAMPE to JOHN TALIAFERRO was presented into Court by the said TALIAFERRO & proved by the Oaths of FRANCIS THORN- TON. GEORGE GRAY & LEWIS WILLIS. & on motion of the said JOHN TALIAFERRO was ordered to be recorded Test JOS: ROBINSON, C. Cur.
===
1780-1787 King George County Deed Book 6 (Antient Press); pp. 301-302
THIS INDENTURE made the 7th day of September 1779 Between WILLIAM CHAMPE Esqr., of County of CULPEPER and his Wife of one part and LEWIS WILLIS of County of King George, Esqr., of other part; Witnesseth that WILLIAM CHAMPE & MARY his Wife in consideration of the sum of Ten thousand three hundred & eight pounds current money to said CHAMPE in hand paid by said WILLIS, by these presents do bargain and sell unto LEWIS WILLIS his heirs all those lands and hereditaments situate in County of King George and Parish of Brunswick on RAPPAHANNOCK RIVER on East side of LAMBS CREEK & POPLAR SWAMP; containing One thousand two hundred and eighty eight acres & a half according to a Survey made by AARON THORNLEY, County Surveyor, bounded, Begining at the mouth of HAW or HAUGH CREEK, thence up the meanders of the Creek to Col: TAYLOE's MILL, thence up the North Branch to a large Hickory standing at the head of the said Branch, thence binding on the land of Col; TAYLOE N. 50 W. 18 poles, N. 28 W. 30 poles to a Stake in the line of Mr. LAURANCE ASHTON, thence on said ASHTON S. 68 W. 50 poles, N. 78, W. 29 poles, N. 65 W.170 poles to a Stake in said CHAMPE's Cornfield, thence N. 76 E. 276 poles to an Apple tree on a Hill in the line of said ASHTON, thence No 86, E. 40 poles, N. 72 E 44 poles, N. 70 E. 66 poles to the land of HOUSON HOOE, thence binding on said IlOOEs Land N. 25 1/4 W. 144 poles to a Stake near the South side of the Road from the River to the Ridge, thence binding on the land of Mr. DADE N. 83 Wt. 66 p;oles to a Gum Stump near the South side of a Branch of POPLAR SWAMP, thence crossing the Creek N. 4 W. 25 pole to a Hicvkory corner to this land and the Land of ROBERT MANNEN, thence binding on said MANNENs S 89 W 182 poles to another Branch of POPLAR SWAMP, thence binding on the Land of REUBEN OWENS S, 198 pole to a white Oak Stump in the Cornfield of OWENS, thence binding on the Land of WILLIAM PRICE S. 85 E. 96 pole, N 89 E. 78 pole to a large white Oak near the head of a small Branch, thence down the meanders of said Branch S. 5d. E. 35 pole. S 18 W.17 pole. S. 19 E. 28 pole to the line of of said PRICE, thence binding on said PRICE N. 89 W. 282 pole to an Oak near the East side of POPLAR SWAMP, thence down the said Swamp according to the meanders of the old Channel of the Water to Col CHAMPEs MILL thence down the Mill Tail to the mouth of LAMBS CREEK, thence down RAPPAHANNOCK RIVER according to the several courses thereof to the begining; And all houses profits with the appurtenances. To have and to hold the tenement & hereditamen ts unto LEWIS WILLIS his heirs; and WILLIAM CHAMPE & his heirs against every persons shall warrant & defend by these presents, In Witness whereof the said WILLIAM CHAMPE & MARY his Wife have hereunto set their hands & seals the day & year before written
Signed. Sealed delivered and acknowledged in presence of
WILLIAM STEWARD, FRANCIS TALIAFERRO, WILLIAM CHAMPE
WM : BROWN, FRANCIS THORNTON, MARY CHAMPE
& WM. CHADWELL
1779 April 7th Received from LEWIS WILLIS ten thousand three hundred and eight pounds currency, the consideration in the above Deed specified, Witness my hand and seal L 10308
Test WILLIAM STEWARD, WILLIAM CHAMPE
FRANCIS THORNTON, FRANCIS TALIAFERRO
At a Court held for King George County the 6th day of April 1780
This Indented Deed from under the hand & seal of WILLIAM CHAMPE & MARY his Wife, she being first privately examined, with the Receipt thereon to LEWIS WILLIS was presented into Court by the said WILLIS & proved by the Oaths of WILLIAM STEWARD, FRANCIS TALIAFERRO & FRANCIS THORNTON, three of the witnesses thereto, & on the motion of the said LEWIS WILLIS was ordered to be recorded
Test JOS: ROBINSON, C. K. G. Cur,
In the Name of the Commonwealth of Virginia to WILLIAM BROWN, GEO. WITHERALL & JAMES PENDLETON of County of CULPEPER, Greeting. Whereas WILLIAM CHAMPE and MARY his Wife of your County by their certain Deeds of bargain & Sale unto LEWIS WILLIS (the Commission for the privy examination of MARY, the Wife of WILLIAM (:HAMPE); Witness JOS: ROBINSON. Clerk of our said County Court of King George at the Court House aforesaid this 15th day of Septcmbor 1779 in the fourth year of the Commonwealth JOS. ROBINSON, C. K. G. Cur.
CULPEPER County set. By virtue of the within Commission we the Subscribers did on the 15th day of September 1779 go to the within MARY CHAMPE & having examined her privately & apart from WILLIAM CHAMPE, her Husband, (the return of the execution of the privy examination of MARY CHAMPE); Witness our hands & seals the day & year first above written WILLIAM BROWN
GEO; WITHERALL 
Champe, William (I026387)
 
2532 1785 tax lists of Fauquier Co., VA, John Duncomb Duncomb, John (I085975)
 
2533 1785 Warren Co: following appeared as household heads in state census within Capt Moses [Shearin]'s district (first two were consecutive entries):

Jonathan Wood, with 2 white males 21-60, no white males <21 or >60,
4 white females, and 1 black <12 or >50
Mary Dent, with no white males, 4 white females [herself, Rebecca, Susannah, Tabitha], 2 blacks 12-50, and 3 blacks <12 or >50
George Harrison, with 1 white male 21-60 [himself], no white males <16 or >60, 4 white females, and no blacks
1786 Warren Co: following appeared on tax list within Capt Shearin's district:
Jonathan Wood, with 120A of land, 2 free polls, and no black polls
George Harris, with 130A of land, 1 free poll, and 1 black poll
Mary Dent, with 132A of land, no free polls, and 2 black polls

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1787 Warren Co: following appeared on tax list [within Hawtree Dist]:
Jonathan Wood, with 120A of land, 2 free polls, and 1 black polls
Mary Dent, with 132A of land, no free polls, and 2 black polls
George Harrison, with 130A of land, 1 free poll, and 2 black polls

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1788 Warren Co: following appeared on tax list in Hawtree Dist:
Jonathan Wood, with 120A of land, 1 free polls, and 1 black poll
George Harrison, with 130A of land, 1 free poll, and 2 black polls
John Featherstone [did not note entry]
Mary Dent, with 132A of land, no free polls, and 2 black polls

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1789 Warren Co: following appeared on tax list in Hawtree Dist:
John Featherstone, with 150A of land and 1 free poll
Jonathan Wood, with 120A of land, 1 free poll, and 1 black poll
George Harris, with 130A of land, 1 free poll, and 2 black polls
Mary Dent, with 132A of land, no free polls, and 2 black polls


married (1) Judith Dent Bef. 1778 in St. Mary's Co., MD; born 1742 in St. Mary's Co., MD; died Bef. 1790 in Columbia Co., GA; married (2) Elizabeth Perrie 12 Nov 1790 in Richmond Co., GA; born Bef. 1775; died Bef. 1795 in Columbia Co., GA; married (3) Mary Jemima Barnes 18 Jul 1795 in Richmond Co., GA; born Bef. 1780; died Bef. 31 Jul 1831 in Columbia Co., GA.

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Samuel Wood 65.424 SM £58.16.10 Oct 3 1758 Nov 8 1758
Appraisers: Meverell Lock, John Edwards.
Creditors: William Billingsly, William Price.
Next of kin: Samuel Wood, Lydia Lyon.
Administrator/Executor: Jonathon Wood. 
Wood, Jonathan (I009215)
 
2534 1786-1798 Western Maryland Newspaper Abstracts
610. Circa Aug 1 1798/Farm for sale on main road from Fred Town to Harper's Ferry 20 a., pt of Maryland Tract, - Erasmus West 
Family F32636
 
2535 1787 MAR: Fauquier Co, Virginia, 14 Mar, Benjamin Maury and Elizabeth Grant; bm Thomas Blackwell (bride's bro-in-law). Family F14573
 
2536 1788 - NelMR: MARSHALL, Mark & COY, Boceay, Bond: 26 May 1788, Married: 28 May 1788 Signed bond: Henry Dewitt.
Consent Filed With Bond: John Coy, father of Boceay
Married by William Taylor, from Minister Return
note: Mark's father, John, served in same militia unit with John Coy and John Coy, Jr., John Coy, Sr., John Coy and Mark owned adjoining lands. 
Family F03816
 
2537 1790 census for Charles County, with 2 males 16-50, 1 male under 16 and 4
females , with 4 slaves.
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The 1798 Maryland Slave Owners and Superintendents show him in Charles
Co., Port Tobacco Parish, with 3 slaves.
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1800 census for Charles County, 1 male 10-15, 1 male 26-44, 2 females
under 10, 1 female 10-15, 1 female 26-44, and 3 slaves.
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1810 census for Christian County, Hopkinsville, Kentucky, 2 males under 10, 1
male 16-25, 2 males 45 and over, one female 16-25
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http://www.horrocksgenealogy.com/ourfamily/getperson.php?personID=I957&tre e=ourfamily
From Sandra, 2007:
?i?A Preliminary Report on the Maryland Origins of the Ohio County, Kentucky Boswells?/i? by Thomas H. Boswell and Peggy Boswell Cross and B. Gilbert Cross, when it lists the children of Walter Boswell it says "the first of Walter's children to die was Elizabeth who had married William Padgett and who died about 1808-9. She left four children - Walter Padgett born 1801, Pricy born 1803, Eliza born 1805 and John Padgett born 1807." When you click on your link for Walter Boswell in the 1800 Charles County, MD census it pulls up William Padgett.
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CENSUS OF 1775-1778
PORT TOBACCO, EAST HUNDRED, TAKEN BY PETER GRIFFITH, CONSTABLE
Walter Boswell
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Charles County Maryland Will Book AF-11, 1791-1801, {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 390.
George Boswell Sr., January 31, 1788; April 13, 1797
I, George Boswell of CC being in an imperfect state of health but of sound and disposing mind memory and understanding
To daughter Sarah Acton, five shillings and no more.
To son Josias Boswell, five shillings and no more
To daughter Milly Acton, five shillings and no more
To son Elijah Boswell, five shillings and no more
To son Walter Boswell, five shillings and no more
To daughter Elizabeth Marlow, five shillings and no more
To son Rhody Boswell, negro Tom
To daughter Mary Boswell, negroes Ben and Sarah, one desk and the feather bed she at the present makes use of.
To wife Mary Ann Boswell, all my right, title and interest on and to a lease of the plantation I now live on and all the remaining part of my personal estate, and after her death or marriage to be divided in the following manner, to wit; the lease for the plantation I now live on and one of the best horses or mares to son Rhody Boswell and the remainer of the property to be equally divided between my two children, Rhody Boswell and Mary Boswell
Executor: wife Mary Ann Boswell and son Rhody Boswell
Signed: January 31, 1788 George (his mark) Boswell Sr.
Wit: Randolph Brandt Latimer, Philip Anderson Murry, James Padgett
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Charles County Maryland Will Book AL-12, 1801-1808, {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 280.
Mary Ann Boswell, Will, no date; July 9, 1805
I, Mary Ann Boswell of CC, being in good health, sound mind and memory;
To daughter Elizabeth Clements, my black mare, saddle and bridle.
To granddaughter Matilda Coe Johnson, negro Hendley, 1 feather bed and furniture, and a heifer, the use of the same to be in her mothers Mary Johnson's until she arrives to 16 yrs.
Item: negro Jesse, to be sold and the money's equally divided between my four grandchildren; George Boswell son of Josias, Horatio Boswell son of Elijah, John Boswell son of Walter and Allekiah Coe Marlow son of my daughter Elizabeth Clements.
Item: my negro Jess to be hired out at my death and the monies due equally divided between my three granddaughters; Terice Marlow, Alley Marlow and Matilda Coe Johnson.
To daughter Mary Johnson, all the residue of my estate to her use only and not sold or disturbed.
Executor: John Rhody Boswell
Signed: no date Mary Ann Boswell
Wit: Philip Webster, John James Gates
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PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, MARYLAND WILLS; Liber TT; 1813-1817; Keddie; folio 83

GAVIN HAMILTON being sick in body ..." 01/05/1814: 01/19/1814

Bequeaths to:
1. William Kain Clagett --friend
-named executor and instructed to pay off the debts out of the
debts due the testator now on his books and to pay any remaining
debts then to sell the testator's goods and property
2. Francis Alexander Hamilton --son
-after debts are paid to have the remainder of the testator's estate
Codicil to the will:
1. Walter B. Boswell
-after debts are paid to have the testator's horse, saddle and bridle
Witnesses: William Marshall
Thomas Mundell
Horatio McElderry
Then came: William Marshall and Thomas Mundell
Note: the testator signed the will in his own hand 
Boswell, Walter (I007597)
 
2538 1790 Charles Co. Census; Marshall, Benjamin

2 Free white males of 16 yrs & upward, including heads of families
0 Free white males under 16 yrs
6 Free white females including heads of families
0 All other free persons
9 Slaves
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Samuel Beckins 75.296 CH £8.4.9 Jun 12 1761 Jan 23 1762
Appraisers: John Marshall William Marshall.
mentions: John Corry, Benjamin Marshall.
Administrator: James Campbell.
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John Douglass 78.36 CH £256.7.7 Dec 18 1761 Mar 4 1762
Appraisers: John Marshall John Wood.
Creditors: John Gwin, William Warren.
Next of kin: Mary Marshall, Benjamin Marshall.
Executor: Joseph Thompson.
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/megafile/msa/speccol/sc2900/sc2908/00000 1/000071/html/am71--253.html
URL title: Volume 71, Page 253
Note:
Journal of the State Council, 1784-1789. 253

That the said Treasurer pay to Randolph Brandt Latimer Thirty one pounds, five shillings for one quarter's Salary as Deputy Auditor due the ist. Instant

The following Persons are hereby re-appointed and continued Inspectors under their Commissions of 1787.

Charles County

Pomonkey ............. Philip Marshall
Nanjemoy............William G. Adams
Caeder Point .............. Levi Chunn
Benedict............Leonard Litchworth
Chickamuxon .......... Francis Speake
Port Tobacco...Saml. Hanson junr. and Wm. Barton Smoot of Ch's.
Piles's ............. Benjamin Marshall
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/megafile/msa/speccol/sc2900/sc2908/00000 1/000072/html/am72--324.html
URL title: Volume 72, Page 324
Note:
324 "Journal of the Council"
Monday 18th. February 1793

Commissions issued to the following persons appointed Inspectors

Charles County


Benjamin Marshall
Henry Cooksey ......... .Piles


John Marshall
John Bruce .......... .Cedar Point
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1783 Tax Assessment Charles County Maryland

Benjamin Marshal. CH 2nd District, General p. 5. MSA S 1161-4-8    1/4/5/47
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Charles County Deed Book S#3; Page 312.
Endorsement on a Mortgage. The mortgage from Basil Brook to Benjamin Marshall, is recorded in this Book pages 101-103, & the assignment is on page 233 of this Record [Boom. Nov 12, 1772. Whereas I, Basil Brooke, owe Mr. James Forbes over and above the afd sum of money in the assignment afd from Benjamin Marshall to him, with interest, the further sum of 305 £ by a bond dated last Oct 13, and 100 £ by another bond dated today, which sums I agree shall stand as a lien and charge on the afd mortgaged premises, and that sd mortgaged premises and the equity of redemption thereof shall be chargeable with the same. Signed Nov 12, 1772 - Basil Brooke. Wit - W. Cooke. Recorded Nov 12, 1772.
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Charles County, Maryland, Inventories,1791-1797; Page 99.
Mary Ann Boarman, decd - Inventory.
Appraised by us, the subscribers. Given under our hands and seals this May 15, 1792.
Negro women: Clear (35 yrs old), Cate (18), Priss (38), Jenny (.58), Phi11es (20). Negro girls: Lusy (15) Minta
(12), Nancy (13), Liddy (11). Terry (7), Polly ~5). Nell (6), Easter (1) , Hannah (2). Negro child Letty (6 months). Negro men: Nace Cope (38), Nace (50), Abraham (22), Charles (62), Dick (50), Clem (37). Negro boys: Gerard (15), Luke (12) , Tom (4), Sam ( 2) . Negro child Jem ( 4 months).
Total amount: 1026.17.0,
Signed - Ben Marshall, Ben Douglass.
Creditors: Rich'd Edelin, Matthew Blair.
CC, Jul 16, 1792, Then came Mary Ann Boarman Jr, administrator, with will annexed, of Mary Ann Bosrman Sr, late of CC, decd, & made oath.
Certified by John Muschett, Registrar of wills.
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Charles County, Maryland, Inventories,1791-1797; Page 218.
Leonard Boarman Sr - Inventory. Late of CC, decd. Feb 5, 1794.
[Negroes]; Stephen (aged 57 years), Gabriel (40) , Frank (18), Chloe (46), Nan (37), Terry (28), Kate (7 months), Christiana (14 years), Raphael (8).
Total amount: 493.17.6.
Signed - Ben. Marshall, James A. Corry.
CC, Jun 2, 1794. Then came Blank] Boarman, executor, & made oath.
Certified by John Muschett, Registrar of Wills.
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Charles County, Maryland, Inventories,1791-1797; Page 404.
Philip Marshall - Inventory. Late of CC, decd. Negroes: Adam (aged 34 years), Charity (8).
Total amount: 149.10.11.
Signed Jul 13, 1796 - John Bruce, Huse Mastin.
CC, Sep 27, 1796. Then came Benjamin Marshall Sr, administrator.
Certified by Humphrey Barnes, Registrar of Wills.
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Charles County Maryland Administration Accounts, 1791-1798, {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 436.
Philip Marshall - Final A/C; £149.10.11 £164.10.11 Jul 3 1798
Sureties: Thomas Marshall, John Johnson
Payments to: Francis Dixon, John Muschett (for recording), Humphrey Barnes
Representatives: 2 brothers & 2 sisters; James Marshall, John Marshall, Mrs Letty {&} Betty
Balance Accountable: £136.15.8
Administrator: Benjamin Marshall
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Charles County, Maryland, Inventories,1791-1797; Page 152.
Robert Marshall - Inventory. Late of CC, decd. Mar 26, 1793.
Negroes: Charles (aged 50 years), Adam (31), Tom (25), Roger (27), Henny (37), Eve & child (35), Pries (43), Cate (18), Sall (12), Munah (7), Charity (5), Harry (10), Nathan (4), Waters (2), John (9). Allen (7), Mary Ann (5). Fido (3), Nace (1) .
Total amount: 757.13.1-1/2.
Signed - John Bruce, Charles Yates.
[Kin): Thomas Marshall.
Creditor: Matthew Blair.
CC, Jul 8, 1793. Then came Ann Marshall & Benjamin Marshall, executors, & made oath.
Certified by John Muschett, Registrar of Wills.
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Charles County, Maryland, Inventories,1791-1797; Page 405,
Robert Slye, decd - Inventory.
Negroes; Jenny (aged 45 years), Monica (30), Charty (27), Walter (50), Michael, Clair (23), Harry (lame, 19), Joseph (16), Richard (11, T.G. Slye), William (10), John (8), Celia (6 , Alexander (3) .
Thos. G. Slye: 1 cow and calf, 1 walnut table (broken), bed, bedstead, 1 pr sheets, 1 old blanket, 1 dictionary, 1 pot, 1 Dutch oven.
Total: £754.14.6.
Signed - Ben Marshall, Samuel Scott.
Creditors: Robert Fergusson for Henderson F & Gibson, Thos C Slye.
Relation: Thos G Slye.
CC, Oct 10, 1796. Then came Heneritta Sly, administratrix of Robert Sly, late of CC, decd, and made oath.
Certified by Humphrey Barnes, Registrar of Wills.
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Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 351. Bill of Sale. I, Benjamin Marshall of CC, for 60 £ have sold to Thomas Stone youngest, a Negro woman named Patty. Signed Mar 9, 1768 - Benj: Marshall. wit - Josias Hawkins*. Recorded Mar 9. 1768.
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Charles County Land Record Book S#3, 1770-1775; Page 132. Certificate. Feb 22, 1771. Mr. Benjamin Marshall brought before me a brown bay mare, taken up by him as a stray. Signed - Geo Dent*. Recorded Mar 22, 1771.
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Charles County Land Record Book S#3, 1770-1775; Page 312. Endorsement on a Mortgage. The mortgage from Basil Brook to Benjamin Marshall, is recorded in this Book pages 101-103, & the assignment is on page 233 of this Record [Boom. Nov 12, 1772. Whereas I, Basil Brooke, owe Mr. James Forbes over and above the afd sum of money in the assignment afd from Benjamin Marshall to him, with interest, the further sum of 305 £ by a bond dated last Oct 13, and 100 £ by another bond dated today, which sums I agree shall stand as a lien and charge on the afd mortgaged premises, and that sd mortgaged premises and the equity of redemption thereof shall be chargeable with the same. Signed Nov 12, 1772 - Basil Brooke. Wit - W. Cooke. Recorded Nov 12, 1772.
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Inhabitants of Frederick County, Maryland: 1749-1800 By Stefanie R. Shaffer
September 5, 1783 Col. Benjamin Marshall (Sr.?) and Capt. Thomas Beatty, Esq., both of Frederick Co„ owned lots 75 and 79 respectively in Monocacy Manor. Petitioned that the road be situated to turn at lots 16 and 17. Thomas Beatty offered to open the new road when it was laid off. Col. Joseph Wood and William Dern to report at next court, signed William Ritchie, Clerk. On November 21, 1783. Wood and Dern reported that the petitioners proposal would not cause inconvenience to the public, and would be of great advantage to Marshall and Beatty. Not stated whether road was altered according to the wishes of Marshall and Beatty. 
Marshall, Benjamin (I001431)
 
2539 1790 Charles Co. Census; Marshall, John, of Thomas

1 Free white males of 16 yrs & upward, including heads of families
0 Free white males under 16 yrs
1 Free white females including heads of families
0 All other free persons
5 Slaves
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1783 Tax Assessment Charles County Maryland
John Marshall, of Thomas. CH 5th District, General p. 7. MSA S 1161-5-1    1/4/5/48
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Chancery Court
http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/msa/stagser/s500/s512/html/ssf0512.html
1799/11/27
1847: Josias Beall Ford, John Marshall, Elizabeth Marshall, George N. Ford, and Allenson H. Ford vs. John Davidson, Benjamin Ford, Alason Ford, Penelope Ford, Edward Ford, Anne Ford, Joseph Ford, and John Ford. AA. Estate of Charles A. Ford - Hampton Court. Recorded (Chancery Record) 81, p. 206.
Accession No.: 17,898-1847-1/4 MSA S512-3- 1914 Location: 1/36/2/
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Charles County, Maryland Land Records 1804-1806; Liber IB-6 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 542.
At the request of John Marshall & Josias Marshall the following Award was recorded January 20, 1806
State of Maryland, Charles County, Sct; know all men by these presents that we the subscribers having been appointed arbitrators any dispute which has arisen between John Marshall and Josias Marshall respecting the place or spot intended to be "trickling Valley or run of water" contained in the last will and testament of their deceased father Thomas Marshall bearing date January 15, 1801. Having heard all the allegations of the parties and examine the ground and maturely considered all the circumstances of the case with reference to the said will, do award and determine that the place or spot where we have this day planted a Locust post and stone is the place which in the judgment of the majority of us was intended by the aforesaid will "trickling water or run of water" and from whence a Southwest line was to be drawn to the 3rd line of "Charley". We hereby certify that we have planted in the presence of the parties interested and also in the presence of sundry other persons, Viz; Josiais B. Ford, James Tubman and John Adams. In testimony whereof we have hereunto set our hands and seals this 27th day of September 1805, Richard Brandt, James Fenwick, Benjamin T. Fendall
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Charles County, Maryland Land Records 1806-1808; Liber IB-7 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 33.
At the request of George Noble Lyles the following Bond was recorded March 11, 1806
We Moses Cawood of Prince George’s County, Maryland and Benjamin Cawood (brother of Moses) of CC are held and firmly bound unto John Bradley Beall of Prince George’s County, Maryland in the sum of 5,000 pounds current money to which payment well and truly to be made and bind themselves this June 1, 1791. The condition of the above obligation is such that whereas a marriage is intended to be made and solemnized between Moses Cawood and Elishaba Beall of Prince George’s County, Maryland on which account it is previously contracted and agreed by the said parties that all the personal estate of Elishaba Beall which she is now possessed shall be free from all claims from any creditors of the said Moses Cawood. Notwithstanding, and in case of the death of Elishaba Beall in the life time of Moses Cawood that all her estate shall pass in the same manner as if she had died unmarried. Signed Moses Cawood, Benjamin Cawood, in the presence of and acknowledged before Josias B. Ford, John Marshall

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CHANCERY COURT
1833/10/02
8712: Elizabeth Hanson, John Marshall, William Latimer, Josias H. Hanson, Hugh McEldery, and George Forbes vs. Lastitia Hawkins. CH. Petition to dissolve injunction against execution of judgment.
Accession No.: 17,898-8712 MSA S512-11- 8660 Location: 1/38/4/
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CHANCERY COURT
1829/12/28
8794: Henry S. Hawkins vs. Elizabeth Hanson, Josias H. Hanson, John Marshall, Walter Latimer, Hugh McElderry, and George Forbes. CH. Injunction against execution of judgment on Saturdays Work.
Accession No.: 17,898-8794-1/2 MSA S512-11- 8739 Location: 1/38/4/ 
Marshall, John (I001858)
 
2540 1790 tax list of Fauquier County, VA
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Contributed by Roger Robison
http://lonestar.texas dot net/~robison/wills2.html
Prince George's County Will Book T 1 page 247
Maryland In the name of God, Amen. I Thomas Cave of Prince George's County and state aforesaid being weak of body but of sound and disposing mind and memory, thanks be to Almighty God for the same, and calling to mind the brevity and uncertainty of this life, do therefore make and ordain this my last will and testament in manner and form following, viz, Inprimis I give and bequeath to my daughter Jane one Negro girl named Mary and one feather bed and furniture and one cow and calf to her and her heirs. Item I give and bequeath to loving wife Jane all the remaining part of my estate with all my goods and chattels, not herein before mentioned, to be by her peaceably and quietly enjoyed for and during her life or widowhood and after her decease or marriage to be equally divided among all my children and of this my last will and testament I do constitute and appoint my wife Jane and my son Thomas joint executors hereby revoking and annulling all wills and testaments by me heretofore made and acknowledging this one and none other to be my last will and testament, in testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this twenty-eighth day of December and in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty-six. Signed, sealed, and delivered in presence
G. Adams Thomas (his mark) Cave
Peter Wood
John Adams (his mark) Rawlings

On back of which will was this written
Prince George's County to wit April 10th 1787 came Peter Wood and John Adams Rawlings, two of the subscribing witnesses to the within last will and testament of Thomas Cave late of said county deceased and severally made oaths on the Holy Gospels of Almighty God that they did see the testator Thomas Cave sign and seal this will and heard him publish, pronounce, and declare the same to be his last will and testament, that at the time of his so doing he was to the best of their apprehensions of sound and disposing mind, memory and understanding, and that they together with George Adams, the third witness, subscribed their names as witnesses to this will in the presence and at the request of the testator and in the presence of each other. Sworn before and certified by Samuel Tyler, Registrar Wills 
Cave, Jane MNU (I052329)
 
2541 1790 tax list of Fauquier County, VA
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Fauquier County Will Book 3 pages 67-69
http://lonestar.texas dot net/~robison/wills1.html
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Contributed by Roger Robison
http://lonestar.texas dot net/~robison/wills2.html
Prince George's County Will Book T 1 page 247
Maryland In the name of God, Amen. I Thomas Cave of Prince George's County and state aforesaid being weak of body but of sound and disposing mind and memory, thanks be to Almighty God for the same, and calling to mind the brevity and uncertainty of this life, do therefore make and ordain this my last will and testament in manner and form following, viz, Inprimis I give and bequeath to my daughter Jane one Negro girl named Mary and one feather bed and furniture and one cow and calf to her and her heirs. Item I give and bequeath to loving wife Jane all the remaining part of my estate with all my goods and chattels, not herein before mentioned, to be by her peaceably and quietly enjoyed for and during her life or widowhood and after her decease or marriage to be equally divided among all my children and of this my last will and testament I do constitute and appoint my wife Jane and my son Thomas joint executors hereby revoking and annulling all wills and testaments by me heretofore made and acknowledging this one and none other to be my last will and testament, in testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this twenty-eighth day of December and in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty-six. Signed, sealed, and delivered in presence
G. Adams Thomas (his mark) Cave
Peter Wood
John Adams (his mark) Rawlings

On back of which will was this written
Prince George's County to wit April 10th 1787 came Peter Wood and John Adams Rawlings, two of the subscribing witnesses to the within last will and testament of Thomas Cave late of said county deceased and severally made oaths on the Holy Gospels of Almighty God that they did see the testator Thomas Cave sign and seal this will and heard him publish, pronounce, and declare the same to be his last will and testament, that at the time of his so doing he was to the best of their apprehensions of sound and disposing mind, memory and understanding, and that they together with George Adams, the third witness, subscribed their names as witnesses to this will in the presence and at the request of the testator and in the presence of each other. Sworn before and certified by Samuel Tyler, Registrar Wills 
Cave, Thomas (I052325)
 
2542 1790 tax list of Fauquier County, VA Cave, Samuel (I052332)
 
2543 1790-1806 Charles County MD Guardian microfilm cr39588
15Oct1805: Henry Montgomery guardian of Alexander Carrico 
Carrico, Alexander (I102848)
 
2544 1790-1806 Charles County MD Guardian microfilm cr39588
15Oct1805: Henry Montgomery guardian of John Martin Carrico 
Carrico, John Martin (I102846)
 
2545 1791-1796 Charles County MD Orphan Court microfilm cr39596
July 23, 1792 letter of administration granted to Jeremiah Mudd with bond Smith Bond and John Morton Swann 
Mudd, Henry (I102231)
 
2546 1791-1803 Will Book D Culpeper Co Va
GRIFFIN. Zachariah 36, 114, 134.

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1781-1815 Culpeper County Marriages

23 March 1786 Zachariah Griffin and Fanny Hill. Minister William Mason, Baptist. pg 47 {mm note, Probably d/o William Hill , Will probated 1812

26 January 1792 Zachariah Griffin and Clary Nalle. Minister William Mason, Baptist. pg 46


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1770-1791 Will Book B-C Culpeper Co Virginia: {Dorothy Ford Wulfeck}
Will of Thomas Griffin of Bromfield Parish, Culpeper Co. Va
Dated 9 Feb 1761. Proven 21 Oct 1782
Legatees: Wife Elizabeth Griffin.
Sons: Anthony Griffin, Zachariah Griffin
Daus: Elizabeth Long, Mary Peters.
Elizabeth Kenny a yound woman that I and my wife have raised.
Executors: Son Anthony Griffin, son Zachariah Griffin.
Wit: Thomas Brown, James Sims


same person ?
James Hughes 2005-06-05 09:37:20
Kentucky Reference Page-PEED Family Genealogy
List of Mason County, Kentucky Wills and Inventories:
Will D-203- January 12, 1818
Inventory of John Peed
One horse valued at $60.00
Appraisers: Richard Peed, John Peed, Leroy Griffin 
Griffin, Zachariah (I011129)
 
2547 1794-1798 Fairfax Co Va Wills Liber G; pg 29-31
IN THE NAME OF GOD Amen. I GEORGE WILLIAMS of the County of Fairfax and State of Virginia being of sound and perfect memory do call to mind the uncertainty of this transitory life, do resign my Soul into the hands of the Lord who first gave it, and my Body to the Earth to be decently buryed at the discretion of my Executor hereafter named, hoping that at the general resurrection in the last day to arrise to glory through the merits of Jesus Christ my Lo.rd to whom be adoration, honour and praise now henceforth and for ever more world without end Amen. And for what worldly goods it hath pleased Almighty God to bestow on me I give and bequeath in manner and form as followeth :
Item. I give and bequeath unto my Son. JAMES WILLIAMS, four hundred acres of Land in CANITUCKEY and his heirs forever; Also one Negro girl named Sal and one Negro boy named Charles;
Item. I give and beqeuath unto my Son, GEORGE WILLIAMS. three hundred acres of Land in CANITUCKEY to be taken out of the Lot of Land that contained Five hundred acres taken out in his name to him and his heirs forever; also the Lease Lot of Land whereon I now live according to the tenor thereof vith all the improvements thereunto belonging, Also one Negro fellow named Falstaff;
Item . I give and bequeath unto my Daughter, ELIZABETH McCARTY, Two hundred acres of land at CANETUCKEY, it being that part of the lot of land taken up in a parcel of Five hundred acres in one body together, taken up in the name of my Son, GEORGE WILLIAMS .
Item. I give and bequeath unto my Daughter, PEGGY WILLIAMS, two hundred acres of land at CANITUCKEY to her and her heirs for ever;
Item . I give and bequeath unto my Daughter, JANE WILLIAMS. two hundred acres of land at CANITUCK.EY to her and her heirs forever;
Item. I give and bequeath unto my Daughter. SARAH WILLIAMS, two hundred acres of land at CANETUCKEY to her and her heirs for ever;
Item . It is my will and desire that Negro Phillis and her increase not yet mentioned if any be sold at Publick Auction and the money arising thereby be equally divided between PEGGY WILLIAMS, JANE WILLIAMS and SARAH WILLIAMS;
Item. It is my Will and desire that my Son, JAMES WILLIAMS, and the two Negro Children bequeathed to him be raised and brought up on my Estate untill able to take care of himself without any further charge against him;
Item . all the rest of my Estate not yet mentioned, it is my desire that it should be sold at Publick Sale, and the money arising therefrom after my just debts paid, be equally divided amongst all my surviving Children, And Lastly, I do nominate and appoint my Trusty Friend, JEREMIAH MOORE, and my Son, GEORGE WILLIAMS, to be my whole and sole Executors of this my last Will and Testament;
In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this Twenty first day of September one thousand seven hundred & Eighty
Signed Sealed&. Acknowledged in presence of
ELIJAH WILLIAMS. GEORGE WILLIAMS
- DANIEL NEALE, ROBERT McDOUGALL
At a Court contd. & held for the County of Fairfu 21st October 1794
This last Will and Testament of GEORGE WILLIAMS deceased, was presented into Court by GEORGE WILLIAMS, onw of the Executors therein named, who made Oath thereto, And the same being proved by the Oath of ELIJAH WILLIAMS who also made Oath that DANIEL NEALE and ROBERT McDOUGALL subscribed the same as Witnesses in his presence and at the request of the Testator, is on motion ordered to be recorded; And the said Executor having performed what the Law requires. a Certificate is granted him for obtaining a probate thereof in due form Test P. WAGENER. Cl Cur
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1794-1798 Fairfax Co Va Wills Liber G; pg 31-32
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that ve GEORGE WILLIAMS, ROGER WEST and ALEXANDER SMITH are held and firmly bound t.o DAVID STUART, CHARLES ALEXANDER JOHN MOSS and GEORGE SUMMERS. Gentlemen Justices of the Court of Fairfax County now sitting, in sum of Two thousand pounds, to the payment whereof well and truly to be made we bind ourselves our heirs firmly by these
presents: Sea.Jed with our seals this tventy first day of October one thousand seven hundred and ninety four
THE CONDITION of this obligation is such that if the above bound GEORGE WILLIAMS, Executor of the last Will and Testament of GEORGE WILLIAMS deceased, do make or cause to be made a true and perfect inventory of all the goods chattels and credits of the said deceased and the same so made do exhibit in the County Court of Fairfax at such time as he shall be thereunto required by said Court, and the same goods chattels and credits do well and truly administer according to Law, and farther do make a just and true account of his actings and doings therein when thereto required by said Court. And also shall well and truly pay and deliver all the Legacies contained and specified in the said Testament as far as sajd goods chat.tels and credits will thereunto extend and the Law shall charge. then this Obligation to be void and of none effect or else to remain in full force
& virtue GEORGE WILLIAMS
ROGER WEST
ALEXANDER SMITH
At a Court contd & held for the County of Fairfax 21st Octb: 1794
GEORGE WILLIAMS . ROGER WEST and ALEXANDER SMITH acknowledged this Bond to be
their act and deed which is ordered to be recorded
Test P. WAGENER. Cl Cur
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1794-1798 Fairfax Co Va Wills Liber G; pg 87-90
AN INVENTORY of the Estate of GEORGE WILLIAMS deceased
Negro Falstaff, Phyllis and Child, Lucy, Charles, Sarah. Mima. Sam. Henly, Hannah;
(continues)
Total Amount -t. 798.19.3.
Pursuant to an Order or Court the Vilhin filNRY GUNNELL, JAMES w11....n· & JOHN WREN
was sworn before me this seventeenth day of November one thousand seven hundred
and ninety four CHAS : BROADWATER
Pursuant to an order from the Worshipfull Court of Fairfax County (hereunto
annexed) to us directed. we proceeded to Inventory and appraise the Estate of GEORGE
WILLIAMS deced ., Andwe hereby certify that the within is a true Inventory and
appraisement of all the Deceds. Estate, shewn us by the Executors; Given under our
hands this 5th day of February 1795
JOHN WREN
HENRY GUNNELL
JAMES WILEY
At a Court contd. &. held for the County of Fairfax 21st April 1795
This Inventory and Appraisement of the Estate of GEORGE WILLIAMS deceased is returned
and ordered to be recorded Test P. WAGENER, Cl Cur
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1794-1798 Fairfax Co Va Wills Liber G; pg 269-273
DR The Estate of GEO WILLIAMS deced . in a/ c with the Exr .
partial list
To cash paid Schooling JAMES WILLIAMS
To cash paid the Widow her dower p receit (note widow )
To cash paid THOMAS McCARTY one of the Legatt
Cash paid LEVI SIMPSON one of the Legetees
Cash paid DEMOVAL TALBERT
Cash paid GEORGE WILLIAMS a Legetee

By Contra Credit the Estate of GEORGE WILLIAMS dest.
By the whole amount of Sales l. 959 .. .3 ... 9; By cashreceived of WM. HARTSHARN; By
cash of DANIEL LEWIS . By do . of JOHN :MERCHANT. , By Tobacco sold; By cash of GEORGI
WILLIAMS. By RICHARD RATCLIFF . By sundry slaves being specifick legacs: which
appraized vizt. Falstaff .t . 60 ... 0 .. 0: Charles t.. 65 ... 0 ... 0; Sarah .t. ~5 ... 0 ... 0:
Errors Exd . pr. JEREMIAH MOORE
GEORGE WILLIAMS
At a Court held for Fairfax County the 20th February 1797
This Estate Account of GEORGE WILLIAMS deceassed was returned and having been fi rst
examined and allowed by the Court is ordered to be recorded
Teste P. WAGENER. Cl Cur
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died 5 APR 1794 buried in Williams Family Cemetery-Vale Rd-Vienna, Virginia
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FAIRFAX COUNTY, VIRGINIA WILL BOOK D, 20 January 1777 - 16 December 1783
PP. 58-62 List of Debts due JOHN MILLS deced as appears by his books .. persons listed with amount owed and the county of their residence .. George Calvert P W, John Cornwell do, John Hancock do, John Linton P. William, John Rawlings ditto, Turner Crump (cost suit in Loudoun), Edward Day Loudoun, Wm. Elzey (Fees), John Eales Loudoun, Frederick Nichols ditto, John Orr, Wm. Stanhope, James Wilson Loudoun, Tarpley Wilson Loudoun, Henry Atchison Fairfax, Thomas Bates ditto, Elisha Blundell ditto, Luke Burke ditto, Mr. Campbell ditto, Charles Cornish ditto, Jonathan Dainty ditto, Barton Davis, Wm. Edwards, Thomason Elzey, Wm. Eaton Fairfax, Josiah Ferguson ditto, James Gibbs ditto, Michl. Halbert ditto, Thos. Saml. Jacobs ditto, James Keen ditto, Thos. Love, Cleon Moore, Charles Mollahorn, Fairfax, George Marlowe do, John Mollahorn do, James McDaniel do, Revd. A. Morton do, John Powell do, George Pervis do, Susanna Patterson do, Thos. Keen do, John Reed do, WM. ROGERS do, Henry Reardon do, MARY ROGERS do, Henry Robertson do, John Stone do, Gilbert Simpson do, Sampson Turley do, George Tillett do, John Turner do, George Williams do, Tyler Waugh do, Simpson Williams do, John Whaley Loudoun, John Cooke Dunmore, Daniel Reagan, Thos. Randolph, Sandford Payne, John Herndon, a 4120 for the United States), James Cunimin, Wm. Corum, John Cumings, Capt. James Wood, Edwd. Washington Senr., Thos. Griffin, Joseph Fossett P. William, Wm. Holliday, John Bridges Fairfax, Angel Jordain, George Lerimore Essex, Capt. John Harper (1 ships compass), Saml. Beall, John Addison, Wills Cowper, John Gwinn, Johnson Smith, John Hall Fredericksburg, Thomas Herbert, Hugh Middleton, George Mason, Cooper, Robt. Brent, M. Gretter, Joseph Lane, John White, John Williamson, Thos. Harris, Thadeus McCarty, Ralph Hill, Moore Wilson, John Beakley, Thos. Simpson, Thomas Gossam, John Rancy, Thomas Hooper, Simon Hancock, Betty Brown, Mrs. Jacobs P. William .. total amount of debts L 488.15.1 3/4 ..
Many of the persons from whom the foregoing balances are due are unknown to us and a considerable number of the debts due from others appear to us to be desperare. Rd. Hooe, W. Brown, Ch. Simms
At Court contd & held 22nd February 1785 This list of debts due the Esta:e of JOHN MILLS deced returned and ordered to be recorded.

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FAIRFAX COUNTY, VIRGINIA WILL BOOK E, pg 364-369
An account how the Estate of FLEMING PATTERSON was disposed of .. items
listed with appraised value (includes six negroes appraised to i 460.0.0 all sold to CUMBERLAND WILSON for i 463.0.0) .. total of appraisement
l 1038.13.7; total of sale of Estate i 1305.6.4 .. (some purchasers) ..
Wm. Neddie, Alexander Smith, Michael Field, Wm. Shortridge Junr., Thomas Lewis,
Geo. Williams, Samuel Conn, Mrs. Eliz~ Patterson (a bay mare), Wm. Douglass,
Capt John Wren, John Gullett, John Shepherd, Benonie Hally, Thomas Linzey,
n Mrs. Anderson, Mr. Jeremiah Moore, Mr. Thos. Gullett, Ferry ONiel, Capt. Little,
Joshua Ferguson, Wm. Gunnell, Mr. Fairfax, Benj? Brown, Simon Jenkins, Hugh
Patterson, Henry Wiginton, George Cummins, Alexander Chisholm, Wm. Botcher,
Daniel Lewi s, Elijah Williams, Charles Morehead, Ann Rooksby, James Dickie,
John Gunnell, Thomas Hester, Hugh Conn, Moses Brew, David Reagan, Mr. Palmer,
John Lester, Mr. Henry Gunnell, James Jenkins .. (Mrs. Patterson was a purchaser
of many items) ..
Fairfax June 1779. Errors Excepted per ELIZABETH PATTERSON
At Court contd & held 20th April 1790 This account of sales of the Estate
of F~erning Patterson deceased returned and ordered to be recorded.
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FAIRFAX COUNTY, VIRGINIA WILL BOOK E, pg 298-299
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that ve JEREMIAH MOORE, ALEXANDER SMITH and WILLIAM HALLEY a.re held and firmly bound unto CHARLES LITTLE ,WILLIAM PAYNE, THOMAS GUNNELL & LUDWELL LEE, Gentlemen , justices of the County Court of Fairfax now sitting in the sum of Two thousand four hundred poun ds current money to the payment whereof well and truly to be made we bind ourselves our heirs firmly by these presents, Sealed with our seals and dated this 17th day of July 1797
THE CONDITION of the above obligation is such that if JEREMIAH MOORE, Executor of the last Will and Testament of GEORGE WILLIAMS deceased, do make a true and perfect Inventory of all the goods chatt1es and credits of said deceased and the same so made do exhibit into the County Court of Fairfax at such time as he shall be thereto required by said Court and the same goods chattles and credits do well and truly administer according to Law and make a just and true account of his actings and doings therein when thereto required by said Court and further do well and truly pay and deliver all the
Legacies contained and specified in the said Will as far as the said goods chattles and credits will extend according to the true value thereof, and the Law shall charge, Then this obligation to be void or else to remain in full force Sealed & Delivered in presence of JEREMIAH MOORE
(no witnesses shown) WM. HALLEY ALEXR: SMITH
At a Court held for Fairfax County the 17th day of July 1797
This Bond was acknowledged by the said JEREMIAH MOORE, WILLIAM HALLEY and
ALEXANDER SMITH and ordered to be recorded Teste P. WAGENER Cl Cur
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Northern Neck Warrants and Surveys Vol IV, Hampshire Co. Va {Peggy Joyner}
GEORGE WILLIAMS for whom survd, assignee (in 1761) of Peter Haney of Frederick Co, Maryland, warrantee; 22 Nov. 1760- 17 Mar. 1761; 218 a. on N br Poto; adj. New Store Tract taken up by some of the Ohio Co. CC- Peter Haney & Jno Ashby, Junr. Surv. John Moffett. 
Williams, George (I015212)
 
2548 1795 Campbell County Ky Tax List

FRAZIER, John & Clary [Clarace] MCCOLLUM, 24 Aug. 1809, m by MV, b Alexander Weir, surtey by James McCollum [relationship not stated], Campbell County, Kentucky

GARRISON, John & Sinah MCCOLLUM, 2 July 1810, BD, b James McCollum, Campbell County, Kentucky

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MCCOLLUM, James & Polly CALDWELL, 15 Jan. 1829, m by EG, Campbell County, Kentucky

WOOD, Andrew & Nancy BENSON, 20 Oct. 1831, m by JS, b James McCollum, Campbell County, Kentucky

BENSON, Martin & Mary Anne PATTERSON, 13 May 1845, m by EG, [return dated May 1], b James McCollum, Kenton County, Kentucky
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Name: Mildred Ridgway
Email: theridgways@jps dot net

In the Publication: The American Genealogist, January 1999, pp 58-71 featuring "Abraham Garrison of Cumberland Co., New Jersey, and some of His Descendants" By Phyllis J. Miller, we find some of James McCollum's children. They are: Mary "Polly" McCollum, b 22 Mar 1775 NC; m Abraham Garrison 14 Oct 1798 in Hamilton Co., Ohio; Anna McCollum, b 20 May 1785 NC; d 20 Aug 1855 Jones Co., Iowa; m Silas Garrison in Campbell Co., KY. Sinah McCollum, b Abt. 1790. m John Garrison 02 July 1810 Campbell Co., KY. 
McCollum, James (I004278)
 
2549 1795 Campbell County Ky Tax List
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JOHN MARSHALL - Will Book A, page 62 - FAYETTE COUNTY KENTUCKY EARLY ESTATE RECORDS - ABSTRACTS
Names wife, Elizabeth Marshall;
daughter, Jane McCullah;
sons, James and Joseph Marshall;
daughters, Elizabeth, Margaret, Sarah and Mary.
Written July 6, 1803.
Probated October, 1803.
Executors - Wm. Barbee, Robert Wilson, Elizabeth Marshall.
Witnesses - Wm. Patterson, Moses Randolph, John Lyle. 
Marshall, James (I004283)
 
2550 1795 Campbell County Ky Tax List Marshall, George (I004280)
 

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