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56201 BROWN, James, St. Mary's Co. 24 Oct, 1768; 10 Oct, 1771
Wife unnamed.
Sons John Baptist Brown, Leonard and his wife Ann Brown, youngest son Basil.
Daus. Susanna, Eloner, Ann Cloatilda, Mary Ann.
Ex. son Basil.
Wit: Peter Brown, Wm. Russell, Jr., Nicholas, Sr. and Frances Brown. 38. 420
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James Brown 109.393 SM £65.0.4 Oct 22 1771 Aug 10 1772
Appraisers: Samuel Abell, Sr., James Mills.
Cieditors: Phillip Clark, Archibald Campbell for James Gordon & Co.
Next of kin: Leonard Brown, John Baptist Brown.
Executor: Bazil Brown.
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Peter Tuttle 12.530 A SM £37.3.4 £45.19.6 Sep 3 1734
Sureties: William Brewer, John Tuttle.
Received from: John Chamberlaine, Thomas Chamberlain, John Tuttle, Hen. Allen, William Rock.
Payments to: Thomas McWilliams, Capt. John Hicks, Matt. Guibert, William Evans. Distribution to: accountant (1/3). Residue to (orphans): Thomas Tuttle, Mary Tuttle.
Administratrix: Mary Brown, wife of James Brown.
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Mr. Arthur Hamilton 16.217 A SM £450.11.8 £8.12.1 Jul 4 1738
merchant in Liverpool.
Sureties: Richard Cooper, James Mills.
Received from: Samuell Maddox, John Shepper, Thomas Reeder, Abraham Brookbank, James Thompson, James Dantson, William Phillips, William Owell, John Jorden, Maj. George Dent, Rev. Nathaniel Morell, Samuell Jorden, John Tuttle, John Knott, John Bradburn, widow (unnamed) of Capt. John Leigh, John Spalding, Edward Mackney, John Michell, Peter Howard, William Lucas, James Conner, Thomas Mooney, Henry Tucker, William Knott, George Vaudry, William Hoskins, John Johnson Sothorn, Robert Mason, Charles (no surname given), William Davis Edward Able, John Coad, John Dunbar, George Wallace, Richard Smith, Thomas King, William Clars, Walter Pearson, James Robertson, Thomas Edwards, Jacob Andrew Minitree, Hollyday (servant), Charles Knott, William Orde, Richard Millerd, Matthew Carhoute, Thomas Barron, Ubgat Reeves, Alce Hannah, Thomas Bond, Luke Mattenly, Joseph Allen, Charles Pye, William Rogers, Thomas Thomas Benjamin Birtch, Robert Brent, James Cooksey, Clare Sherbudine, Matthew Compton, Frances Ratcliffe, Luke Barber, Luke Parnham, Dr. Gustavus Brown, John Sanders, Thomas Reeves, Benjamin Beatman, John Jarrett, Capt. John Wilther, Richard Fanasey, Clement Spalding, Maj. Henry Wharton, William Fargosan, William Shipperd, widow Elenor Bisco, Abraham Hall, Joseph Blackstone, Ignatius Crycroft, Nicholas Lloyd, widow Bruce, Thomas Spalding, Jr., William Turner, Thomas Graves, Roger Copsey, John Graves, Jr., Stephen Keywood, Samuell Tenneson, William Goldsmith, John Thompson, Thomas Tawney, John Cheesely, William Roatch, Thomas Dison, William Rock, Richard Edling, Jr., Charles Rock, widow Elisabeth Heyden, James Swann, Edward Welch, John Tanning, John Chunn, William Snowden, Thomas Brewar, William Spalden Goldsmith, Nicholas Poor, Edward Pye, Thomas Swift, Matthew Compton, James Wood, David Allfins, Ignatius Wathon, John Dormott, Benjamin Edwards, Benjamii Fendall, Esq., Rev. Lawrance Debutts, Thomas Barber, John Crook, William Heyden, James Tanning, executrix of Robert Salmons, James St. Clair, James Brisco, Samuell Negood, Mr. Toleson, William Spalding, Sr., John Davis, Gillut Wood, Joseph Chunn, William Mills, Spalding Thomas, Jonathon Shelburdine, William Howard, Vestry of William & Mary Parish, James Cumpton, John Gibson, both the James Brown, William Thorne, Edward Barber, John Bolt, John Thorn, Thomas Hackison, Thomas Reeves, Henry Baker, Thomas Lee, Phillip Darey, Thomat Bond, Matt. Guibert, Thomas Collens.
Payments to: Col. Richard Hopewell, Col. Richard Hopewell for Thomas Clark, Robert Pelborough.
Administrator: Mr. Robert Gordon.
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Joseph Stratford 12.531 A SM £73.15.1 £8.0.9 Sep 3 1734
Sureties: James Brown, William Jones (St. Clement's Hundred).
Received from: James Brown, Giles Ozelat.
Payments to: John Simeon, Peter Gerrat, Joseph Woodward, William Evans, Capt. John Hicks, Charles Calvert, Esq.
Executrix: Mary Stratford.
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Michaell Raley 24.50 SM £142.11.7 Nov 8 1738 Mar 6 1738
Appraisers: Samuel Abell, James Brown.
Creditors: Benjamin Salley, James Clark.
Next of kin: Michael Rayley, John Raley. Administratrix/Executrix: Grace Raley.
Michael Realy, Jr. 24.50 -- £2.3.0 Oct 4 1738
List of debts.
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William Brion 24.265 SM £67.17.2 Aug 8 1739 Sep 27 1739
Appraisers: Samuel Abell, James Brown.
Next of kin: Richard Winstt, Henry Winstt.
Administrator/Executor: Henry Bryane.
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Newton, Thomas, Sr., St. Mary's Co., 4th Dec., 1741; 6th Dec., 1741.
To son Thomas, grandsons Clement and Joseph, wife Kathrine, dau.-in-law Elizabeth, Elinor Leake and John Hening, pers. including tobacco due from widow Hailer and her sons and Walter Dallis.
This will was given orally to James Brown and Lydia Raley the day before test. died.
Note: Widow makes her election and claims legal 1/3. 22. 420
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BROWN, PETER, SR., St Mary's Co. -- --- ----; 3 Oct 1758
To son James Brown, where he now lives known as White acre.
To son James Brown, stock and household goods, stock.
To son Peter Brown, all my money I have in the house.
To son Peter Brown, my right in Clarks Rest.
Son Peter Brown, ex.
Wit: Peter Ford, Sr., Anthony Brown, Junr., Bennet Bily, Anne Russell. 30. 582
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Evan Evans 86.55 SM £13.12.11 Oct 9 1764
Appraisers: Anthony Roberts, Peter Pain.
Creditors: Elisabeth Craig, Eleanor Graves.
Next of kin: James Brown, Sarah Brown.
Administratrix: Sarah Evans.
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PAYNE, LEONARD, SR., St. Mary's Co., planter. 6 Oct. 1775; 4 Nov. 1775
To son Vincent Payne, dwelling plantation; if he dies without issue to son John Payne.
To son Raphael Payne, upper end of my property; if he dies without issue to son Jeremiah Payne.
To son John Payne, 1 horse.
To granddaus: Elizabeth Newton and Anastatia Payne, 1 shilling each.
To 4 grandchildren: Philip, Elizabeth, Mary and Susanna Payne, 10 shillings each.
To son Benjamin Payne, stock, saddle.
To dau. Elizabeth Payne, stock, furniture, chest, pewter, etc.
To dau. Monica Payne, stock, furniture, pewter, candlesticks.
To dau. Priscilla Vowles, linen wheel, pewter.
To dau. Ann Cissell, pewter.
To son Jeremiah Payne, stock, furniture.
To children: Benjamin, Elizabeth, Jeremiah, Monica and Leonard Payne, residue of my personal estate equally.
Son, Leonard Payne, Ex.
Wit: James Brown; Richard Payne; William Russell. 40. 598

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St. Mary's County Circuit Court Land Surveys and Condominium Plats
Browns Fortune, 136 Acres
Developer/Owner: Brown, James 1742 Unpatented Certificate 85 0 0 MSA S 1598-562
Browns Fortune, James Brown, 136 Acres 1748/06/10 Unpatented Certificate 85 3 0 MSA S 1228-89
White Acre, 222 Acres; Certificate
Developer/Owner: Brown, Peter 1753 Patent Record GS 1, p. 182 0 0 MSA S 1598-3971
White Acre, 222 Acres; Patent
Developer/Owner: Brown, Peter 1753 Patent Record Y and S 8, p. 42 0 0 MSA S 1598-3972
White Acre, Peter Brown, 222 Acres 1753/10/17 Patented Certificate 707 3 0 MSA S 1205-728

Clarkes Rest, 300 Acres; Certificate
Developer/Owner: Clarke, Edward 1675 Patent Record 15, p. 277 0 0 MSA S 1598-761
Clarkes Rest, 300 Acres; Patent
Developer/Owner: Clarke, Edward 1675 Patent Record 19, p. 117 0 0 MSA S 1598-762 
Browne, James (I078833)
 
56202 Brown, Jno., Prince George's County, 9th Feb, 1714;
28th Apr., 1716.
To son Francis and dau. Mary Phippard,, 1s. each.
to son Jacob, ex., and hrs.,dwelling plantation bought of Jacob Stanley, "Stanleys Choice," and residue of entire estate. Should son Jacob die without issue, land to pass to- grandson Jno. Phippard and hrs.; he failing issue, to granddau. Ursilla Phippard and hrs.; she failing issue, to grandson Wm. Phippard and hrs.; he failing issue, to pass to Anne (dau. of Owen Ellis) and hrs.; should she have no issue, to the hrs. of Owen; he failing issue, to parish of St. Paul's as Glebe land.
Test: Owen Ellis, Wm. Jones, Jane Addams, Thos. Cockshutt (Rect. All Sts. Parish, Calv. Co.), Charles Somersett Smith, Jos. Hall. 14. 23.7. 
Browne, Francis (I013051)
 
56203 Brown, Jno., Prince George's County, 9th Feb, 1714; 28th Apr., 1716.
To son Francis and dau. Mary Phippard,, 1s. each.
to son Jacob, ex., and hrs.,dwelling plantation bought of Jacob Stanley, "Stanleys Choice," and residue of entire estate. Should son Jacob die without issue, land to pass to- grandson Jno. Phippard and hrs.; he failing issue, to granddau. Ursilla Phippard and hrs.; she failing issue, to grandson Wm. Phippard and hrs.; he failing issue, to pass to Anne (dau. of Owen Ellis) and hrs.; should she have no issue, to the hrs. of Owen; he failing issue, to parish of St. Paul's as Glebe land.
Test: Owen Ellis, Wm. Jones, Jane Addams, Thos. Cockshutt (Rect. All Sts. Parish, Calv. Co.), Charles Somersett Smith, Jos. Hall. 14. 23.7. 
Phippard, John (I058929)
 
56204 Brown, Jno., Prince George's County, 9th Feb, 1714; 28th Apr., 1716.
To son Francis and dau. Mary Phippard,, 1s. each.
to son Jacob, ex., and hrs.,dwelling plantation bought of Jacob Stanley, "Stanleys Choice," and residue of entire estate. Should son Jacob die without issue, land to pass to- grandson Jno. Phippard and hrs.; he failing issue, to granddau. Ursilla Phippard and hrs.; she failing issue, to grandson Wm. Phippard and hrs.; he failing issue, to pass to Anne (dau. of Owen Ellis) and hrs.; should she have no issue, to the hrs. of Owen; he failing issue, to parish of St. Paul's as Glebe land.
Test: Owen Ellis, Wm. Jones, Jane Addams, Thos. Cockshutt (Rect. All Sts. Parish, Calv. Co.), Charles Somersett Smith, Jos. Hall. 14. 23.7.
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Chiseldyne, Kenelm, St. Mary's County, 4th Jan.,, 1717-8;
29th Jan., 1717;
29th May, 1719;
5th June, 1719.
To wife Mary, extx., her thirds.
To younger son Cyrenius, 20,000 lbs. tobacco for purchase of land.
To godson Kenelm Bolt., personalty, to be applied in his education.
To James Robertson and Joseph Owen, personalty.
To 3 child., residue of estate, equally.
Overseers: Bros.-in-law T. Truman Greenfield and Hen. Peregrine Jowles, and guardians to child.
Test: Wm. Groome, Thos. Boult (Bolt), Wm. Hooke.
Note-Godicil., 23rd Jan.:
To niece Mary Hay, 1,000 lbs. tobacco yearly until her marriage.
Test: Wm. Coode, Thos. Boult. 15, 181,
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Kenelm Cheseldyne 6.39 A SM £662.18.9 £197.16.11 Aug 6 1724
Payments to: Samuel Peeler James Lewes, John Jones, Edward Bowing, Moses Adney, William Cumming (administrator of John Davison) per Mr. Bordley„ Martha Wellman, John Crooke, Bennet Lowe, Esq., John Knot, Thomas & Jos. Wellman, Robert Goldsbury, Philemon Lloyd, Esq., George Forbes.
Legatees: Kenelm Bolt.
Executrix: Mary Collins, wife of Hugh Collins.
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Audery Taylard 5.387 A SM £94.10.2 £121.13.1 Mar 5 1723
Received from: John Squiers, Mr. John Leigh, Mrs. Mary Phippard (alias Mary Cheseldyne) out of list of Mr. Taylard paid to Col. Thomas Trueman Greenfield.
Payments to: Col. Thomas Trueman Greenfield due to Esq. Bordley, Col. Greenfield, Esq. Thomas Bordley, Mr. Philip Key for Mr. William Hemsley, Mr. Philip Key, Dr. William Swale, Francis Herbertt, John Smith, John Baker, Morris Quaide (executor).
Executor: Morris Quaide.
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Contributed by Shirley Middleton Moller

In a Chancery Court case of 14 Dec 1740, Kenelinn Cheseldine of SM Co., son and heir of Kenelinn Cheseldine brought a complaint against George Gordon and Kenelinn Greenfield Jowles, execs. of George Forbes and Ann Greenfield, exec. of Thomas Trueman Greenfield, Dryden Jowles now called Dryden Forbes exec. of Henry Peregrine Jowles. The bill of complaint says that Kenelinn Cheseldine, father, made his wife Mary, mother of the complainant, his exec. and appointed his bros.-in-law Thomas Trueman Greenfield and Henry Peregrine Jowles guardians of the complainant after his mother's marriage. At his father's death, the complainant was about 4 years. After his father's death, George Forbes late of SM Co., merchant, m. Mary, eldest sister of Kenelinn Cheseldine, father. Thomas Trueman Greenfield's first wife was Susanna, another of the complainant's father's sisters. Henry Peregrine Jowles m. Dryden, another sister of the complainant's father. Dryden Jowles later m. John Forbes, now dec'd. {MCHR Vol. 8, p. 339}

The answer of George Gordon on 23 May 1743, stated that Kenelinn Cheseldine, father of the complainant's father, d. in 1708 and mentioned in his will a son, Kenelinn Cheseldine and 3 daus.: Mary Hayes, Susanna Greenfield, and Dryden. Kenelinn Cheseldine, complainant's father, d. in 1717. George Gordon believes that Mary Phippard, mother of complainant and Kenelinn Cheseldine, father of complainant, were never m. {MCHR Vol. 8, p. 344}

Present were George Hamilton who m. a dau. of George Gordon; Kenelinn Trueman Greenfield, oldest son and heir of Col. Thomas Trueman Greenfield; and James Forbes, only son of Mrs. Dryden Forbes; in above case. {MCHR Vol. 8, p. 369} 
Browne, Mary (I058928)
 
56205 Brown, Jno., Prince George's County, 9th Feb, 1714; 28th Apr., 1716.
To son Francis and dau. Mary Phippard,, 1s. each.
to son Jacob, ex., and hrs.,dwelling plantation bought of Jacob Stanley, "Stanleys Choice," and residue of entire estate. Should son Jacob die without issue, land to pass to- grandson Jno. Phippard and hrs.; he failing issue, to granddau. Ursilla Phippard and hrs.; she failing issue, to grandson Wm. Phippard and hrs.; he failing issue, to pass to Anne (dau. of Owen Ellis) and hrs.; should she have no issue, to the hrs. of Owen; he failing issue, to parish of St. Paul's as Glebe land.
Test: Owen Ellis, Wm. Jones, Jane Addams, Thos. Cockshutt (Rect. All Sts. Parish, Calv. Co.), Charles Somersett Smith, Jos. Hall. 14. 23.7.
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Prince George's Land Records 1717-1726 - Liber I - Folio: 632 o Indenture, 25 Nov 1724; 8 May 1725
From: Thomas Clagett, Gent. and Philip Lee, high sheriff of Prince George's County To: Jacob Brown
For 6,116 lbs. of tobacco paid by Philip Lee and 5,576 paid by Clagett doth release and discharge them and hereby lease a parcel known as Stansly's Chance in Prince George's County of 90 acres /s/ Jacob Brown (mark & seal)
Wit Ralph Crabb, A. Davies
Jacob Brown acknowledges the right of Thomas Clagett and Philip Lee to use the land according to the written document
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Provincial Court Land Records, 1756-1759
Volume 702, Page 162

This Indenture Tripartite
made on the Twenty Ninth day of April in the year of our
Lord one thousand seven hundred and fifty Seven Between
William Jones of Prince Georges County and Province of
Maryland Planter and Mary his Wife the Daughter
and Heiress of Jacob Brown of the Same County Deceased
of the first part and George Maxwell of Charles County
Merchant of the Second part, and Thomas Brouster
Also of Charles County Gentleman of the third part
Witnesseth That the Said William Jones and Mary
his Wife for the Barring of all Estates Tail or Remainder
over of and in that Tract or parcel of Land herein after mentioned
and for and in Consideration of the Sum of five Shillings
Sterling to them in hand paid by the Said Thomas
Brouster at or Before the Sealing and Delivery of this
Presents Indenture the receipt whereof they do hereby
Acknowledge and for Divers other good Causes and
Considerations him thereunto moving Have Bargained
and Sold and by these Presents Do Bargain & Sell
unto the Said Thomas Brouster all That Tract or
Parcel of Land Called Stanleys Chance or by what other
name or names the same is or has been Called
Know^n^ or Reputed, of Land Situate lying and being in Prince
Georges ^County^ aforesaid, Beginning at a Bounded Black oak standing
near Patuxent River Side being the South East Corner Tree of Willards
Purchase formerly in the Possession of William Stanley & Running
Down the Said River South three Degrees East one hundred and
Seventeen perches then South thirty Degrees Westerly forty perches
To the Said North East Bounded Black Oak of the Said Stanleys ^Land^
and then North West with the Said Land Two hundred & fourteen
Perches to a Bounded white oak Standing in a level then East
by the Said Stanleys Land to the first Bounded Tree Containing
Ninety Acres more or less Lately in the tenure and Occupation
of Jacob Brown Deceased, and now in the Seizin & Possession
of the Said William Jones and Mary his Wife, and also all the
Estate Right Title property Interest Benefit Claim & Demand
whatsoever of them the Said William Jones & Mary his Wife
of in or to the said Tract or parcell of Land with its appurtenances
and every part and Parcel thereof To have and To hold the
said Tract or parcel of Land with its Appurtenances unto the
said Thomas Brouster his heirs and assigns forever To the
Intent and purpose Neve^r^theless that the Said Tho.s Brouster
may be Perfect Tenant for the freehold of all the aforesaid Tract or
Parcel of Land untill a Common Recovery may be ^had^ perfected and
Executed thereof as of this next May Term to hold at Annapolis
on the third Tuesday of May To which common recovery
it is agreed that the Said George Maxwell shall be
Demandant and the Said Thomas Brouster shall be Tenant
and the Said William Jones and Mary his Wife shall be
Vouchees and that they shall vouch over the Common
Vouchee after the Manner and Cause of Common Recoveries
for assurances of Land in ^such Cases^ which same used, and it is
Hereby Further Covenanted Concluded Declared and
Fully Agreed By and Between all the Said Parties to these
Presents that the Said Common Recovery so or in any
other manner to be had or suffered as aforesaid shall be
and Enure and Shall be construed deemed and taken to
be and Enure to the only proper use and Behoof of
the aforesaid George Maxwell his heirs & Assigns
forever and To no other use Intent or purpose whatso^e^ver
In Witness whereof the Parties Have hereunto Interchangeably
Set their hands and Seals the day and year first above
written his
William WI Jones Seal
Sealed and Delivered mark
in the Presence of her
Mary M Jones Seal
Geo Steuart mark
H Darnall
George Maxwell seal

Thom.s Brouster seal

On the back of the aforegoing Deed was thus indorst Viz.t

April 29.th 1757 Then Came Before me one of his Lordships Justices
of the Provincial Court William Jones and Mary his Wife
and Thomas Brouster Parties to these Presents & Acknowledge
the Same to be their Act and Deed and the said Mary being
Examined out of the Presence and hearing of her Said
Husband Declared that she voluntarily Executed the
same and was not Induced thereto by any threats or fear
of her Husbands Displeasure
Geo Steuart
Recorded 2 Examination also taken
in Open Court May Term 1757 Test Reverdy Ghiselin Clk
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Provincial Court Land Records, 1756-1759
Volume 702, Page 164

This Indenture Tripartite made
on the thirtieth day of April in the year of our Lord one
thousand Seven hundred fifty and seven Between W.m
Jones of Prince Georges County Planter and Mary his
Wife of the first part Thomas Brouster of Charles County Gentleman
of the second part and George Maxwell of Charles County Merchant
of the third part Witnesseth that the Said William Jones and Mary
his Wife for the Docking and Cutting of all Estates Tail and
Remainders in Tail of and in all that Tract or parcel of Land
aftermentioned for the Settling and Assuring of the Same to and
for the uses herein after mentioned limited and Expressed and
Declared and in Consideration of the Sum of five Shillings
Sterling to them in hand paid by the said Thomas Brouster
the receipt whereof is hereby Acknowledged and for Divers other
Causes and good Considerations them the Said William Jones
and Mary his Wife in this Behalf moving Have Granted
Bargained and Sold Released and Confirmed and by these
Presents Do Grant Bargain Sell Release and Confirm unto
the Said Thomas Brouster (in his Actual Possession Now being
by Virtue of a Bargain and Seal thereof made) all that Tract
or Parcel of Land Called Stanleys lying formerly in Calvert
But now in Prince Georges County on the West side of
Patuxent River and on the North Side of Fordsham or Swanstons
Creek adjo^i^ning to the Land of Stanley and Beginning at a Bounded
Black oak Standing near the river Side being the South East
Corner Tree of Willards Purchase now in the Possession of the Said
Stanley and Running Down the said River South three Degrees
^East One hundred and seventeen perches then South thirty Degrees^ westerly forty perches to the Said north east Bound Black
Oak of the Said Stanley's Land then North west with the said
Land Two hundred and fourteen perches to a Bounded white
Oak Standing in a level then east by the Said Stanleys Land
to the first Bounded Tree Containing and now laid for Ninety
Acres more or less with the Appurtenances Reversions
Remainders Rents and Services thereof or Incident thereunto
Lying in Prince Georges County afs.d and which Descended unto
Mary (the Wife of the Said William Jones) as only Child & Heir at
Law of John Brown of Prince Georges County Deceased To
Have and To Hold the Said Tract or Parcel of Land above
mentioned and every part and Parcel thereof unto the
Said Thomas Brouster his Heirs and assigns for ever To
The Intent and purpose that the said Thomas Brouster
shall and may become perfect Tenant to The freehold
of the Said Land and Premisses and shall and may Stand
and be Seized thereof untill a Good and perfect Common
Recovery with Double vouchers over may be had Suffered
and Executed duly of the said Land and Premisses according
to the usual Course of common Recoveries for the assurances
of Lands in Such Cases used and Accustomed and
thereupon it is Covenanted Concluded and Agreed by
and Between all the Said Parties to these presents for
themselves their and every of their Heirs by these
Presents In manner following That is to say that the
Said Thomas Brouster shall and will before the end of
the Provincial Court to be held on the third Tuesday
of May next permit and suffer the said George
Maxwell to Sue forth and Prosecute against
him the said Thomas Brouster one Writ of Entry Sur
Disseizin en le Post Returnable Before his Lordships
Justices of the Provincial Court at Annapolis thereby
Demanding against the Said Thomas Brouster The
Land and Premisses herein Before mentioned by such
name and names in the Said Writ to be contained and
in Such Manner and form as by Council Learned in
the Law shall be advised unto and upon which Said ^Writ of^ Entry ^so^ to be Prosecuted
and sued for the said Thomas Brouster shall appear Gratis and
Vouch to Warranty the Said William Jones and Mary his Wife
which Said William Jones and Mary his Wife shall appear
in person and Enter into Warranty and after their Entring
into Warranty Shall Vouch to Warranty the Common Vouchee
who shall likewise appear and Imparl and afterwards make
Default and Depart in Contempt of the Court So that Judgment
may ^be^ thereupon had and given for the Said George Maxwell
to Recover the said Lands & Premisses against the said Tho.s
Brouster and for the said Tho.s Brouster to Recover in value
Against the Said William Jones and Mary his Wife and for the
Said William Jones to recover in value against the Common Vouchee
According to the Courses of Common Recoveries in such cases
used and the same recovery is also to be Executed by one Writ
of habere facias seisinam Accordingly and it is further
Covenanted Concluded and Agreed by and Between all the
said Parties to these Presents for themselves & every of
them their and every ^of^ their Heirs that the Said Recovery so as
afs.d or in any other manner to be had and Suffered of the
said Land and Premisses abovementioned Shall be and
Enure and Shall be deemed adjudged and taken and is
meant and Intended and by all the said parties to these
Presents is hereby Declared to be and enure and the said
George Maxwell and the said George Maxwell and his
Heirs from and Immediately after Suffering of the Same
Shall Stand and be Seized of all and singular the Said Land
and premisses above mentioned to the only use and behoof
of him the said George Maxwell his heirs and assigns
for ever and to no other use Intent or purpose whatsoever
In Witness whereof the Said parties have hereunto Interchangeably
Set their hands and seals this Day and year first above written
his
Sealed and Delivered William WI Jones Seal
in the Presence of mark
her
Mary M Jones Seal
Geo Steuart mark
Thomas Brouster Seal
H Darnall
George Maxwell Seal

On the back of the aforegoing Deed was thus indorst Viz.t

April 30 1757
Then came before me one of his Lordships
Justices of the Provincial Court Said William Jones and Mary his
wife Thomas Brouster and George Maxwell Parties to
the within Deed and Acknowledged the Same to be their Act
and Deed and the Said Mary Jones being privately
Examined out of the Presence and hearing of her Husband
afs.d Declared that she freely and voluntarily executed the
same and was not induced thereto by any threats or
fears of Her Husbands Displeasure

Examination taken in Geo Steuart
Open Court May Term 1757
Test Reverdy Ghiselin Cl 
Browne, Jacob (I013054)
 
56206 Brown, John Married Hannah Cook, November 28, 1751 Family F18153
 
56207 Brown, Jonathan Seaton, Mary widow 21 July 1795 John Goldsmith Family F37614
 
56208 Brown, Martin Fletcher, Polly 26 Aug. 1794 dau. of Aaron Family F37615
 
56209 Brown, Mary (nunc.), Chas. Co., 21st Jan., 1701,
To son William, personalty. son-in-law Samuel Peirson, residue of estate in trust -for sons John and Francis.
This will also states that testatrix' daus. Sarah and Anne were the wives of John Shaw and Giles Tompkins, respectively. No bequests, however, are made to them.
Ex. not given.
Test- Matthew Barbery.
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EARLY CHARLES COUNTY MARYLAND SETTLERS 1658-1745, Marlene
Strawser Bates & F. Edward Wright 1995, published by Family
Line Publications, Westminster, MD: page 40; BROWN(E), Mary,
widow, (nunc). To son William, personalty. To son in law
Samuel Fierson, residue of estate in trust for son John and
Francis. Testatrix' daus. Sarah and Anne were the wives of John
SHAW and Giles TOMPKINS, respectively. (Will: 11.199; ------;
21 Jan 1701) (Inv.: 21.369; 16 Feb 1701; -----;) Legatees:
Joseph Levin. Ex.: Samuell Farison. (Acct: 24.10 -----; 03 Mar
1702)

The above reference to Sarah and Anne being the wives of John
SHAW and Giles TOMPKINS respectively must be an error in
transcription as records show Giles THOMPKINS, son of Giles and
Sarah THOMPKINS of Pickawaxen born 23 Nov 1692, (Ct. & Land
P#1.211. !NOTE:Note: Will of Samuel FERSON; Next of kin:
Perseful FERSON, Grace SNOWMAN. Admr. Jane FERSON

Conflict with notes of William Cowden SHAW of Maury Co.,
Tennessee. He records the mother of Anne SHAW (Sarah in his
files) as being a WILDER. References I found to a Mary WILDER
was in the will of Penelope BROWN, widow of John, Deed of Gift
signed 3 Oct 1745 to her dau. Diana WILDER, wife of John WILDER
Jr., and with consent of her dau. Mary BROWN, a tract called
BERGEN AP ZOEN and will of Francis WILDER dated 10 Apr 1705.
Both are too late to be the same Mary as WCS credits as being a
WILDER.

EARLY CHARLES COUNTY MARYLAND SETTLERS 1658-1745, Marlene
Strawser Bates & F. Edward Wright 1995, published by Family
Line Publications, Westminster, MD: page 215; PAIN (PAYNE),
Mary, mentions Thomas DOUGLAS, Anne SHAW, Margery LOMAX, Jane
WALKER, and John FEARSON. (Will: 20.541; 10 Nov 1732; 30 Dec
1732) (Inv.: 17.88; 29 Jan 1732; 24 Mar 1732)

EARLY CHARLES COUNTY MARYLAND SETTLERS 1658-1745, Marlene
Strawser Bates & F. Edward Wright 1995, published by Family
Line Publications, Westminster, MD: page40; BROWN, Francis
(nunc). To son William and daus. Frances and Penelope,
personalty, some of which desc. as had of William CAGE. Test.:
John BROWN, Penelope BROWN, William KING. ( Will: 21.335; 25
Dec 1734, 5 April 1735) Next of Kin: Anne SHAW, John BROWN.
(Inv.: 21.32; 8 April 1735; ----)

QUESTIONS RELATING TO THE IDENTITY OF ANNE (BROWNE) SHAW:

1. 1673 estimated birth for Anne
2. 6 Nov 1674 Walter DAVIS was an appraiser for the estate of Nathaniel BROOKES in Charles County, Maryland
3. Jan 1675 Walter DAVIS was listed as a debtor in the estate of Charles de la ROCHE of St. Mary-s County, MD la ROCHE of St. Mary's County, Maryland
4. 24 Oct Mary DAVIS was the administrator of the estate of Richard SMOOT in Charles County, Maryland
5. 10 Aug 1680 William BROWNE and Mary his wife, relict of Walter DAVIS presented the estate of the orphans of Richard SMOOTH (SMOOT). They were Elizabeth b 15 Dec 1663, Richard, Edward, William and Eleanor.
6. e 1707 Samuel FIERSON, son-in-law of Mary BROWNE named son Walter. (the given name of Walter continued throgh the descendants of Samuel FIERSON).
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Francis Brown 21.32 CH £32,5.4 Apr 8 1735
Appraisers: Richard Smith, Mark Penn.
Creditors: Nathaniell Thompson, John Harris.
Next of kin: Anne Shaw, John Brown.
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John Losten 10-582 A CH £12.6.7 £7.4.6 Nov 21 1730
Received from: John Brown, Thomas Hawton, Nathan Thompson.
Payments to: Francis Brown (accountant).
Administrators: Francis Brown and his wife Ruth Brown. 
Davis, Anne (I010828)
 
56210 Brown, Wm. Parker, Mary 19 Mar. 1785 Joseph Parker

Browne, Wm. Strother, Lolly 26 June 1793 dau. of Mikel

Brown, Wm. Scott, Nancy 24 Aug. 1795 dau. of Eliza

Brown, William Ready, Fanny 28 May 1805 John Conner

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FAUQUIER COUNTY, VIRGINIA WILLS, INVENTORIES AND ACCOUNTS 1759 - 1800: {John K. Gott}; Pages 188-189:
Date: 19 May 1799
JONATHAN BROWN (Will)
Wife: Mary - the whole of my property for her use and to be at her disposal forever.
No executor named.
Signed: Jonathan Brown
Wit.: Samuel Chilton, William Brown, James Seaton, Betty Kennor
Proved: 22 July 1799, by o. of Samuel Chilton and James Seaton. Mary Brown made oath and with James Seaton her sec. in bond for $500, granted cert, for obtaining a probate.

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FAUQUIER COUNTY, VIRGINIA WILLS, INVENTORIES AND ACCOUNTS 1759 - 1800: {John K. Gott}; Page 216:
Date: 16 October 1799
Dates: March 1798 - October 1799
JAMES SEATON (Guardianship Account)
Orphan: William Seaton
Details: Cash Received of: William Brown, Jonathan Brown Ret.: 28 October 1799 
Browne, William (I089044)
 
56211 Browne, Grace, 1654, by Lieut. Coll. Giles Brent, Westmoreland Co
Browne, Grace, 1651, by Lieut. Coll. Giles Brent, Northumberland Co.
Browne, Grace, 1651, by John Rookwood, Gent., Northumberland Co 
Browne, Grace (I026342)
 
56212 Browne, James, St. Mary 's Co., 7th Sept., 1698; 7th Nov., 1698.
To John Hall, Mr. Hunter, Mr. Geulick, Mr. Plunkett, Mr. Carroll and his wife, and to John Fisher, personalty.
To dau. Mary and hrs., 500 A. (unnamed) in the freshes of the Patuxent and 500 A. (unnamed) in the freshes of the Potomac, provided no other child be born. In event of birth of child land afsd. to be divided between the two equally.
To wife (unnamed), during life, 2 lots and house bought of Mr. Denton provided she remain a widow or marry a Roman Catholic.
To wife and child or child. afsd., residue of personal estate.
Exs.: Jno. Sinnott, Thos. Grunwin.
Test: Wm. Guyther, Jno. Fisher, Wm. Ruarke. 6. 174.
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James Browne 19.18 I £417.4.10 Dec 23 1698
Servants mentioned: John Browne (runaway), James Welsh (shoemaker), William Moriot (carpenter), John Luke (taylor), Dennis Tommy, John Dinah° (plowman), Gillian his wife and Eleanor his daughter, Thomas Magar (tanner), Peter Knowles (runaway), William Benton.
Appraisers: Charles Egerton, John Evans.
Mentions: Luke Gardner, Cornelius Brunnon. 
Browne, James (I054012)
 
56213 Browne, Originall, 1653, by Colo. Wm. Clayborne, (Sec. of State) (???) Co.
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James Hughes 2006-01-17 09:11:03
Langley Roots
Name: Original BROWNE
Sex: M
Birth: approx. 1590 in England, UK
Death: date not known in Westmoreland County, Virginia, USA

Marriage 1 Elizabeth BALDWIN
Children
Richard BROWNE b: 1618 in Virginia, USA
===
James Hughes 2006-01-19 19:26:52
[Eliz:Browne listed]

URL (Click on link) http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=285&last=&g_p=P3&collec tion=LO Patent
Title Carey, Miles, Maj.
Publication 5 October 1654.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
Related See also the following surname(s): Cary.
Note Location: Westmoreland County.
Description: 3000 acres bounded on the south west side with Ohoquin River, on the S.E., with a tract of land survey for Mr. Drayton, &c.
Source: Land Office Patents No. 3, 1652-1655, p. 285 (Reel 2).
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Westmoreland County, Virginia,
May 16, 1677. Original Browne due 300 acres of land for the transportation of these persons: Joseph Roberts, Robert Melton, William Brown, William Morgan, Elizabeth Constant, Elizabeth Harris. (Order Book 1675/6-1688/9, p. 7.) 
Browne, Original (I029815)
 
56214 Browne, Robert, St. Mary's County, 16th July, 1683;
16th Aug., 1683.
To son Gerrard at 18 yrs. of age, Browne's
To son Walter at 18 yrs. of age, sd. plantation in event of death of Gerrard without issue.
To godson Robert Browne and to Richard Martine, personalty.
To wife Eliza: and daus. Mary, Rebecca, and Susanna, residue of personalty, equally.
Exs.: Thos. Gerrard, Jno. Bayne.
Test: Henry Bonner, Thos. Helgar, Robt. Toat. MCW 4. 21.
===
Contributed by: James Hughes

Note:
28 May 1720; Indenture from Gerrard Marshall of St. Mary's Co. to John Sanders; for 1,500# tobacco and £3; a parcel called Sympsons Supply; also one half of parcel lying within Christian Temple Manor by Thomas Allison, decd, to Gerard Browne, dec'd; /s/ Gerrard Marshall (mark); wit. John Woodyard (mark), James Simpson; 31 May ack. by Gerrard Marshall Liber H#2, Page 349 
Browne, Gerard (I003139)
 
56215 Browne, Robert, St. Mary's County, 16th July, 1683;
16th Aug., 1683.
To son Gerrard at 18 yrs. of age, Browne's
To son Walter at 18 yrs. of age, sd. plantation in event of death of Gerrard without issue.
To godson Robert Browne and to Richard Martine, personalty.
To wife Eliza: and daus. Mary, Rebecca, and Susanna, residue of personalty,
equally.
Exs.: Thos. Gerrard, Jno. Bayne. Test: Henry Bonner, Thos. Helgar, Robt. Toat.
MCW 4. 21. 
Browne, Mary (I003318)
 
56216 Browne, Robert, St. Mary's County, 16th July, 1683;
16th Aug., 1683.
To son Gerrard at 18 yrs. of age, Browne's
To son Walter at 18 yrs. of age, sd. plantation in event of death of Gerrard without issue.
To godson Robert Browne and to Richard Martine, personalty.
To wife Eliza: and daus. Mary, Rebecca, and Susanna, residue of personalty, equally.
Exs.: Thos. Gerrard, Jno. Bayne. Test: Henry Bonner, Thos. Helgar, Robt. Toat.
MCW 4. 21. 
Browne, Susannah (I003317)
 
56217 Browne, Robert, St. Mary's County, 16th July, 1683; 16th Aug., 1683.
To son Gerrard at 18 yrs. of age, Browne's
To son Walter at 18 yrs. of age, sd. plantation in event of death of Gerrard without issue.
To godson Robert Browne and to Richard Martine, personalty.
To wife Eliza: and daus. Mary, Rebecca, and Susanna, residue of personalty,
equally.
Exs.: Thos. Gerrard, Jno. Bayne.
Test: Henry Bonner, Thos. Helgar, Robt. Toat. MCW 4. 21. 
Browne, Rebecca (I003319)
 
56218 Browne, Robert, St. Mary's County, 16th July, 1683; 16th Aug., 1683.
To son Gerrard at 18 yrs. of age, Browne's
To son Walter at 18 yrs. of age, sd. plantation in event of death of Gerrard without issue.
To godson Robert Browne and to Richard Martine, personalty.
To wife Eliza: and daus. Mary, Rebecca, and Susanna, residue of personalty, equally.
Exs.: Thos. Gerrard, Jno. Bayne.
Test: Henry Bonner, Thos. Helgar, Robt. Toat. MCW 4. 21.
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Robert Browne 8.397 I May 25 1685
Appraisers: William Boarman, Jr, John Watthers,
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Robert Browne,, Jr. 10.145 A £83.8.6 Oct 8 1686
Payments to: William Watkins, Mary Stratton, Dr, Innis, John Sheppard (cooper), Richard Iles, Richard Skidmore, John Fenwick (taylor), John Bearecroft, Mr. Thomas Gerrard, William Taylard.
Legatees: Richard Martin, children of Robert Browne, Sr., Gerrard Browne (son, under 18).
Executrix: Mrs. Anne Gerrard (executrix of Thomas Gerrard, executor of deceased)).
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Should we make something of the fact that
1- Robert Brown had a son named Gerrard
2- John Bayne & Thomas Gerrard were executors of Robert Brown's will
3- Thomas Gerrard died 1686 in SMC and John Bayne married his widow, Anne (No correct maiden name has been identified for Ann)
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Robert Cooper 8,228 A CH #10486 #8859 Oct 23 1684
Payments to: Col. William Chandler, Thomas Burford, Esq., Thomas Carvile, Thomas Grunwin of St, Mary's County, Samuell Luckett, Robert Browne, Dr. John Lemaire, Thomas Hussey, Henry Henley, Hugh French,
Administrator: John Faning (gentleman),
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Robert Cooper 8.230 I #10486 Apr 1 1682
The inventory is on the upper half of folios 230 and 231.
List of debts: Mr. John Hambleton, Mr. Thomas Burford, Thomas Carvill, Mr. Grunwin, Samuell Luckett, Robert Browne, Dr, John Lemaire, Thomas Hussey, Henry Henley, Hugh French, Thomas Edwards, Maj. Boarsham, Ralph Gwine, John Gouge, Francis Newteing, John Gibbs, Richard Durding, Thomas Dobbing.
Administrator: John Faning.
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Piper, John, Barford Manor, St. Mary's County, 22nd Oct., 1673; 11th Apr., 1674.
To wife Mary, estate., real and personal during life.
At death of wife afsd., estate to be divided as follows:
To Robert Brown., 1/2; kinsman John Piper of Va., 1/4; to godchild., viz., James Swan Jr., John Carvill, Clement Roberts, John Corthes, Jean Greenlaw, 1/4 estate in equal portions.
Exs.: John Goldsmith, Thos. Carvill.
Test: Samll Maddox,, Sam'l Cookesey, Roderick Loyd, John Grace. 1.605
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Dr. Patrick Innis 9.306 I CA £84.6.0 Feb 9 1686
The amount of the inventory also included #116004.
Appraisers: Edmund Dennis, Samuell Wythens.
List of debts: Richard Jones on Ed. Perryn of Bristol, Thomas Ruddiford of London, Francis Partis. Joseph Pyle, Henry Lowe, Thomas Kirkley, Edward Feild, Thomas Gruning, Col. William Chandler, Col. Donovan, Robert Browne, William Harding of Virginia, John Noble, Mathew Payne, Thomas Simpson, Thomas Dant, John Shanks, John Luelling, John Right, Thomas Stonestreet, Henry Brent, Col, Pye, Francis Green, John Vaidry, Derick Browne, John Tongue, John Skippert, George Plowden, Edward Halsey, John Shanks, Peter Howard, Robert Doyne for Col. Diggs, Robert Doyne for Francis Penington, William Langworth per note to Mr. Roberts, Maj. Boraman, James Turner, Madam Jane Calvert, William Norris, Thomas Parslow, James Marchall [Marshall], Gilbert Clark, John Penington (dead), John Butler (taylor), Joseph Pyles, Col. Henry Darnell, Clement Hill, Esq., Anthony Underwood, Col. William Diggs, Mrs. Ellenor at Mr. Preston, Henry Orton, George Layfield, Francis Maulden, Mr. Watson at Mr. Martin, Thomas Colman, Samuel Ashcome, John Scott, Richard More, Kirke Gardner, Hugh Hopewell, Sr., Civil Butler, John Reed, Joseph Edwards, Cutbert Scott, Richard Keen, Thomas Mudd, Josua Doyne, Madam Mary Chand, John Steel, Edward Greenhough, John Turling, Thomas Sykes, Mr, Twitten (merchant), John Lemar, Ralph Foster, Edward Turner, Owen Ewen, Gilbert Clarke, Richard Cloud, Richard Gardiner, Edmund Dennis. George Layfield, Clement Hill, Col. William Diggs, Samuel Mathew (dead), Thomas Pew, Barbary Rousby.
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber F, Page 225, 8 Jun 1676;
Indenture from William Russell, planter, to Elinor Bayne, widow; for 3,5000 tobacco; a parcel of land on the west side of Wicomico River adjoining land now in possession of Elinor; containing 75 acres; /s/ William Russell, Elinor Bayne (mark); wit. Matthew Hill, Robert Browne (mark), George Goodwell
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Charles County Liber L#2, Page33.
At the request of Richd Edelen of CC, planter, the following deed was recorded on Jun-21, 1722.
Apr 23, 1722 from George Brett and Susanah, his wife, of CC, planter, to Richard Edelen of CC, Gent,'':for 6000 lbs of tobacco, 50 acres, it being the one-half of 100 acres formerly bought by Robt Brown of Thomas Gerrad Esq & taken out of a tract of land called Westwood Manor:='Signed+- Geo Brett. Wit - Jon Fendall*, Robt Hanson*.
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Charles County Liber L#2, Page54. At the request of Mr. George Brett of CC,' planter, the following deed was recorded on Nov 28, 1722.
Nov 13, 1722 from Rich'd Edelen of CC, Gent, and Sarah, his wife, to George Brett of CC, planter, for 6000 lbs of tobacco, 50 acres, it being half of 100 acres formerly bought by Robt Brown of Thomas Gerrard Esq, & taken out of a tract of land called Westwood Manor. Signed Rich' Edelen. Wit - Robt Hanson*, Jno Briscoe*. 
Browne, Robert (I003313)
 
56219 Browne, Robert, St. Mary's County, 16th July, 1683; 16th Aug., 1683.
To son Gerrard at 18 yrs. of age, Browne's
To son Walter at 18 yrs. of age, sd. plantation in event of death of Gerrard without issue.
To godson Robert Browne and to Richard Martine, personalty.
To wife Eliza: and daus. Mary, Rebecca, and Susanna, residue of personalty,
equally.
Exs.: Thos. Gerrard, Jno. Bayne. Test: Henry Bonner, Thos. Helgar, Robt. Toat.
MCW 4. 21. 
Browne, Walter (I003316)
 
56220 Browne, Thomas, Prince George's County, 6th Jan... 1703-4; 25th Jan., 1703-4.
To old. son Thomas and young. son Benjamin, personalty.
Wife Sarah extx. and residuary legatee.
Test: Philip Tattersall, Wm. Wood, Timothy Drinkwater.
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Thomas Browne 25.22 I £19.7.0 Nov 7 1705
Appraisers: John Hame, Daniell Rawlings.

=== ???
Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 12 Jul 1664, Page 314
Thomas Lomax in behalf of Mr. Weekes presents servant named Tho. Browne; judged to be 20 years old
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber K, Page 271; 5 Jan 1685;
Indenture from John Hamilton, Gent., to Philip Lynes; for 2,000# tobacco a parcel of land on Nanjemy Creek in Potomac River between land of Tho. Burditt and Wm. Lewis; containing 100 acres; /s/ Jno. Hamilton; wit. Tho. Brown (mark), Edw. Greenhalgh
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber R, Page 271
Nov 1691; Cattle Marks: Buckley Witter; Dr. William Hall, Henry Quando, Onsley Hill; John Cuemey; Nicholas Couch; Thomas Browne
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Name: joe c
Email: kcofin4@aol.com
Note:
dau Sarah Browne b: circa 1695
dau of thomas Browne Sr and ? Alice Horton
married John Stephens b circa 1700

Joshua Stephens b 1735
+ Elizabeth Dyer

John Stephens b 1750-55 
Browne, Thomas (I010266)
 
56221 Browne, Wm., 1654, by Nath. Pope, Westmoreland Co.
Browne, Eliz., 1654, by Robert Hubard, Westmoreland Co.
===
Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/megafile/msa/speccol/sc2900/sc2908/00000 1/000049/html/am49--171.html
URL title: Proceedings of the Provincial Court, 1663-1666 Volume 49, Page 171
Note:
Provincial Court Proceedings, 1663-64. 171 Liber B B March 14th

Know all men by these prsents that I william Browne being intended to marry with Elizebeth Darnell doe before my marryage acknowledge that then is a black heifer of two yeares old or thereabouts and another red heifer three yeares old and gneate wth Calfe both the which heifems I doe acknowledge to bee my daughter in lawes and doe intend to record them in her name they being of her fathers marke the Girles name being Elizebeth Chemoone

Wittnes my hand Wm Browne
Francis Anketill Jno Hunt his B marke
his marke
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Abstracts of Land Records of Richmond County, Virginia 1692-1704, by Mary Marshall Brewer.

1 Jan 1695/6. Mr. COLSTON. It is my request you record as followeth, viz 1 ewe big with lamb to my godson WILLIAM BROWNE Junr and to my goddau BRIDGETT BROWNE both with their increase future, and also 1 ewe lamb to ELIZABETH BROWNE with increase, dau to my son in law WILLIAM BROWNE Senr marked as followeth croped on the left ear and slitt on the right now running on WILLIAM BROWNE Senr's plantation and also 1 young heifer named Star all with their increase WILLIAM BROWNE Junr afsd. Sir please to make record of this and WILLIAM BROWNE will make you pay for the same. I am your servant JAMES TAYLER. (Bk 2pg: 157)
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James Hughes 2006-01-26 10:07:35
Proceedings of the Provincial Court, 1658-1662 Volume 41, Page 474

Sworne before me Philip Caluert
Elizabeth Darnall aged twenty three yeares or thereabouts sworne and Examined this 29th of July 1661 Sayth That on or aboute the last day of June Betweene nine and tenn of the Clock at night she sawe William Brookes standing behind the Punchins with a greate Stick in his hand and Thomas Allanson goeing a little while afterwards that way home to the Quarter as he was goeing the said Brooks knockt the said Thomas Allanson downe twice and further sayth not The marke of W Eliz: Darnall
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://virts.rootsweb.com/~dobson/md/mdannear.htm
URL title: Duncans in Anne Arundel County, Maryland
Note:
IH3-114/8: George Nettleford granted 500 acres in St. Mary's by Lord Baltimore 2 July 1649; 2nd parcel of land, 200 acres called Ford land, lying west of South River bordering Archibald Arbuckle and Anne Covell, widow, along Wakefield Creek, 22 Sept. 1658; 200 acres or 500 acres sold to Richard Tidings 10 Sept. 1663, signed George (4 his mark) Nettleford and Jane (V) Nettleford. 11 Sept. 1665, Richard Tidings sold all or part of the land to ELIZABETH BROWNE, widow. 20 March 1686, WM. BROWNE sold all or part of this land to Benjamin Williams for 20,500 lbs tobacco. (from Louis Boone
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA ORDER BOOK, 1714-1716 {Antient Press}: pg 26
Westmoreland County Court 27th of April 1715
- TAYLOR about TAYLOR's Admon
The Petition ofELIZABETH TAYLOR, Relict of JAMES TAYLOR late ofthis County, Gent., deced., relateing to the Last Will and Testament ofJAMES [said to be executed in Great Brittaine] as alsoe to the obtaineing Letters ofAdministration on JAMES TAYLOR's Estate being referred for the Court's consideration thereon which being now considered and the Petitioner refuseing to take the Oath appointed by Law for obtaineing administration it is their opinion that they ought not to grant the same and thereupon they doe reject the Petition
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA ORDER BOOK, 1714-1716 {Antient Press}: pg 28
Westmoreland County Court 27th ofJanuary 1714/15
- WORDEN for Admon TAYLOR's Estate
Upon the Petition of JOHN WORDEN, it is ordered that the Sheriff doe summon ELIZABETH TAYLOR to appeare at the next Court to accept or refuse the administration of the Estate of JAMES TAYLOR, deced. or to shew cause why the same may not be granted him said WORDEN
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA ORDER BOOK, 1714-1716 {Antient Press}: pg 30
Westmoreland County Court 27th of April1715
- TAYLOR about TAYLOR's Admon
The Petition of ELIZABETH TAYLOR,
Relict ofJAMES TAYLOR late oft his County, Gent., deced., relateing to the Last Will and Testament ofJAMES [said to be executed in Great Brittaine] as alsoe to the obtaineing Letters ofAdministration on JAMES TAYLOR's Estate being referred for the Court's consideration thereon which being now considered and the Petitioner refuseing to take the Oath appointed by Law for obtaineing administration it is their opinion that they ought not to grant the same and thereupon they doe reject the Petition
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA ORDER BOOK, 1714-1716 {Antient Press}: pg 32
Westmoreland County Court 27th of April 1715
- Rex v TAYLOR
MRS ELIZABETH TAYLOR of the Parish of Washington
being presented by the Grand Jury at May Court last for absenting herselfe from her Parish Church by the space of six months then last past came into Court and offered reasons whereby the Court doe acquitt her from the penalty accrueing on her for her contempt [excepting for one month's absence] for which they doe fine her five shillingsor fifty pounds of tobacco, ordered the same be levyed and disposed offor the use of
the Parish according to Law
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA ORDER BOOK, 1714-1716 {Antient Press}: pg 80
Westmoreland County Court 1st ofJune 1716
- POLLETEAR v TAYLOR's Estate
PETER POLLETEAR brought suite against ELIZABETH TAYLOR and declared against her for the sum of two thousand two hundred sixty pounds of tobacco due by Account and the Sheriff returned cepi
corpus WILLIAM LORD, Security, but for that the Defendt. failed to appeare upon motion of Pltf. Conditionall Order passed against the Security for the Debt according to Law
===
http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=140&last=&g_p=G1&co llection=NN Grant
Title Lord, Elizabeth, Mrs.,
Publication 19 March 1691/1692.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311.
Note Location: Westmoreland County.
Description: 164 acres being at the head of Popes Creek bounding upon her home dividend. Escheat land formerly belonging to Joseph Hadnutt decd.
Source: Northern Neck Grants No. 1, 1690-1692, p. 138-140 (Reel 288).
Recorded survey available. Northern Neck Grants No. 1, 1690-1692, p. 140 (Reel 288).
===
Old Rappahannock Co Deed Book 7 - 1686 -1688; pg 280-281
ARTICLES of AGREEMENT had made concluded agreed upon this Third day of July 1686 by and between WILLIAM BROWN of Rappa: County of St. Marys Parish Plantr., of the one party and JAMES TAYLER of the sd County and Parish for and in behalfe of ELIZABETH his now Wife of the other part Witnesseth Imprs, the sd WILLIAM BROWN for himselfe his heires &c. doth promise with the said JAMES TAYLER and ELIZABETH his Wife shall peaceably and quietly have and enjoy all the clear ground within the Plantation where they now Dwell and all housing and privilidges thereunto belonging with all the orchards thereupon with privilidge to cleere ground they or either of them shall have occasion for and also to fall any timber for building or caske or any other use for good of the Plantation for and during the naturall life of the sd ELIZABETH TAYLER except as herein excepted; that WM. BROWNE is to have priviledge for the next ensuing yeare to plant the same ground with Corne he doth plant this present yeare, and all the Wheat patch he had this yeare and the new ground he cleared in the same ground this yeare and also priviledge this yeare to sow Wheat this yeare in the Cow Pens his Cattle have dunged and also the sd WM. BROWNE is to have priviledge of the upper Hoghouse for his Wheat, Corne and Cobb: and foder and what housing more I have to spair for tobacco except my new dwelling house to have priviledge in the same house whilst his Come is husked and his Tobacco packed and to house his husks for his own use this present yeare and the next yeare for his Corn and husks if have occasion. It is further agreed by the parties abovesaid that WM. BROWNE have for his own use if he shall think fitt, to geather the Aples and Beat the same One hundred gallons of Syder this present yeare Summer syder and every yeare afterwards during his Mothers life one hundred and fifty gallons summer ditto; he the sd WILLIAM BROWNE helping to make good the Orchard Fences and help to get syder trough if wanting and grubb and cleare the new Orchard at time a yeare and to make against the next spring foure fifty gallon Tite caskes, I the said TAYLER helping to get the Timber and hoops, And also every yeare to well trim the Cyder caskes beginning this present year and likewise WILLIAM BROWN is to take away all the Apple trees in the new Orchard he planted when he shall see occasion and to continue in the old house as he hath hither to with priviledge of the fire place burning wood until the last of November next ensuing these articles being made and agreed upon in Consideration of the Thrids of Dower apperteyning to ELIZABETH TAYLER, Mother to the sd WM. BROWNE, In Consideration of the above sd premisses and Articles of the parties above mentioned have seu their hands and seals to be acknowledged by the sd WILLIAM BROWNE when thereunto called.
Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of
JOHN BROWNE, WILLIAM BROWNE
THO: JONES
Recoanitr in Cur Com Rappa 3 die 9bris 1686 et record xxiii die
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Old Rappahannock Co Orders - 1683-1685: pg 89
Rappahannock County Court 6th of May 1685
- Mr. JAMES TAYLER, who intermarryed wth: the Relict & sole Executra. of EVAN MORGAN deced, peticoning this Court for his Quietus from the Estate of the sd MORGAN haveing paid beyond assets the Accot: whereof this Court appointed Mr. EDWARD KEELING and Mr, JOHN BATTAILE to audit whose report was (wee find Sixteen hundred pounds tobb: over paid) Whereupon this Court granted Quietus to the sd JAMES TAYLER from the Estate aforesd.
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1694-1697 Richmond Co VA Orders; Antient Press: (Page 42)
Richmond County Court 6th of March 1694/5
- ALEXANDER SPENCE brought his action to this Court against JAMES TAYLOR & declares that EVAN MORGAN of this County deceased did leave a Legacie unto ELIZABETH BROWN, Youngest Daughter of the Wife of the said EVAN MORGAN deced, and that the said JAMES TAYLOR late of this County and now of the County of WESTMORELAND did intermarry with the Executrix of the said EVAN and that he the Complt. did Intermarry ELIZABETH BROWN, Legatee, and that the Legacie given as aforesd. was (vixt) two good cows with calf or calfs by their sides of the age of five or six years old, one good feather bed and bolster with rug and blankett suitable,thereunto and one young Mare of one or two years old to be delivered at the age of Eighteen years or day of Marriage as by the Will of the said EVAN MORGAN may appear, and therefore craves order for the sd Legacie against the said JAMES TAYLER as Marrying the said Executrix with cost &c., And the Defendant by JOHN TAVERNER his Attorney came into Court and defends the Force &c. And for Plea saith that the Marriage of him the Defendant with the Executrix within named being dissolved by her death, he is not liable to answer the action commenced and therefore prays a non suit Whereupon the Plantiff by his Attorney, ROBERT BRENT, prayed time till the next Court to be held for this County to put in his answer to the said Plea which the Court have accordingly granted 
Darnall, Elizabeth (I002473)
 
56222 Browne, Wm., 1654, by Nath. Pope, Westmoreland Co.
Browne, Eliz., 1654, by Robert Hubard, Westmoreland Co.
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Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Wills
Browne, William. 18 March, 1676; 4 July, 1677.
Three sons William, John and Maxfield;
my wife Elizabeth and Evan Morgan executors;
witnesses Mallachy Peale, Peter Butler.
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Wills of Old Rappahannock County, Virginia [William Montgomery Sweeny] Wills in the Record Book entitled Wills No. 2, 1677-1682.
12 March, 1676;
BROWNE, WILLIAM, 4 July, 1677.
To my three sons William John and Maxfield all my land I am now possessed of not only that I live on but any where else to be equally divided between them. I doe Ordain the Rest of my Children what my Executor & Executrix hereafter mentioned shall think fitt to Ordr. them out of my Estate not having respect to one More than the other. Wife Elizabeth Executrix and friend Evan Morgan Executor. His horse to be sold for the better payment of his debts. And that the Mares & Cattle I have Run for the good of All my Children if my aforesaid Executor think fitt.
Wit. MALLACHY. PEALE, aged 28 years or thereabouts,
Peter X BUTLER. Page 31.
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Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Wills
Morgan, Evan. 24 Aug., 1683; 23 May, 1684.
Wife Elizabeth; godson Maxfield Brown my wife's youngest son;
wife's son William Brown;
wife's daughter Elizabeth Brown;
witnesses Josiah Mason, Thomas Jones, Thomas Booth.
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Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Wills
Gaines, Daniel, Capt., Sittingbourne Parish. 18 Aug., 1682-16 Oct., 1684. To the orphans of Col. John Catlett, decd.; son Bernard; daughters Margaret and Mary; grandson-in-law John Smith; Ralph Rouzey; wife Margaret executrix; witnesses William Murrow, John Catlett, William Browne.
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Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Wills
Wilson, Elias, Parish of Sittenboume. 2 March, 1697/8; 6 March, 1699.
To John H-;
my son John;
my sons Henry and James Wilson;
to William Browne and Frances his wife;
son Elias Wilson;
wife Susanna;
daughter Elizabeth the wife of Edward Mosby;
to my daughter,- wife of E-;
to Bridgett wife of Thomas - -;
to daughter Martha;
to grandchildren Edward Morris, Charles Snead, Jr., and Elias Snead, sons to my daughter Phebe, decd.;
my wife Susanna, and son Elias to be executors.
Codicil directs Capt. George Taylor, William Colston and Edwin Conway to be overseers; witnesses Thomas Longe, Thomas Bradley.
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Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Wills
Ffrack, William. 7 April, 1684-12 March, 1684-5.
Wife Martha;
my man Robert Vincent;
godsons John Brown and William Pitman;
witnesses Joseph Hemings, Robert Vincent.
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Old Rappahannock Co Deeds & Wills - 1677-1678; pg 189-190
KNOW ALL MEN by these prsents that I WILLIAM BALTROPE of UPPER MOCHOTICK in the County of STAFFORD, Yeom., for and in consideration of the natural love & affection I have unto the Children of WILLIAM BROWNE deced, as alsoe for divers good causes have given & doe by these prsents sell & confirme unto the three Sonns of the said WILLIAM BROWNE named WILLIAM, JOHN & MAXFIELD, all my right and demand whatsoever I the said WILLIAM BALTROPE hath unto a certain tract of land conteyning Seaven hundred forty & foure acres formerly granted to me and the said WILLIAM BROWNE by Pattent & lying in the Parish of St, Maries and in the County of Rappae: together with all priviledges & apprtenances thereunto belonging alwaies provided & I doe hereby except Two hundred forty and eight acres of land to be layed out of the said tract or devident of land according to the tenor of a Convayance by me made and sold unto EDWARD TAYLOR of Rappae: aforesaid anything as aforesaid unto the said WILLIAM, JOHN & MAXFIELD BROWN their heires and assignes for ever, paying unto or: Soveraigne Lord King ye yearly rent due for the said land And I the said WM: BALTROPE for me my heires grant that they shall lawfully hold and enjoy all my right & title to the said tract (beside the exception before mentioned) without the trouble or disturbance of me the said WILLIAM BALTROPE my heires or assignes. In Witness whereol I have sett my hand & Seale the bth day of July in ye yearn 1677
Signed Sealed & DeliveNd in the
prsence of us ELIZB: WHITE, WM: BALTROPE
DANLL, WHITE
Recognitr in Cur Com Rappae 11 die 7bris 1678 et Recordatr x die Octobr:
KNOW ALL MEN by these prsents that I WILLIAM BALTROPE of the County of STAFFORD do appoint ADAM WOFENDALE of ye County of Rappae: to be my true and lawful attorney for me and in my name to ackowledge in the County Court of Rappae: a convayance of land by me made unto WM., JOHN & MAXFIELD BROWNE & doe ratifie & allow his soe doing to be as firme as if I myself were personally prsent. Witness my hand the 6th day of July 1677.
Witness DANLL: WHITE, WM. BALTROPE
EVAN MORGAN Recordatr a die Octobr: 1678
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Old Rappahannock Co Deed Book 7 - 1686 -1688; pg 227-230
THIS INDENTURE made the 12th day of June 1685 Between ADAM WOFFINGDELL of the County of Rappa: and HONORIA his Wife of the one part and HENRY ARKILL of the sd County of the other part Witnesseth that ye sd ADAM WOFFINGDELL and HONORIA his Wife for the sum of Six thousand Five hundred pounds Tobb: and caske to them in hand paid by sd HENRY ARK ILL have sold all that parcell of land containing One hundred and sixty five acres being in Rappa: County and bounded as followeth as under Mr. WILL: MOSELEYs Survayers hand upon the upper side of CHINCOTEAGUE RUN by a small branch and extending up and along the sd Branch its severan courses to a Popler standing at the head of ye said Branch, thence N. W. to a stooping Hickory by an Hill side, thence N. W. to a corner white Oake in THO: GRIMSLEYS SWAMP, thence up the sd Swamp its severall courses to a small black Oake by ye sd Swamp, thence South E. to a white Oake in JOSHUA DAVIS line, thence along the sd line South E. to a small black Oake corner tree of the sd JOSHUA DAVIS. thence N. E. along another line of the sd DAVIS to a white Oake corner tree of WM. BROWNE standing at the head of a valley near ye sd DAVIS Plantation, thence along the sd BROWNEs line S. E. to a white Oake in the mane branch of CHINCOTEAGUE thence down the sd Branch its severall courses to the first station being brought into a straight line is S. W.; All houses outhouses, Tobb: houses orchards with all other appertinances to the sd land belonging and the Estate right of them ye sd ADAM WOFFENDALL and HONORIA his Wife To have and to hold sd tract of land with the premises unto the sd HENRY ARKILL his heires for ever more to be holden of our Sovereign Lord the King by the rents and services of right accustomed to be paid free from all manner of incumbrances As Witness their hands and seales ye day first above written; this Bill of Sale doth include all other Deeds to be void bearing date before this date and this Deed to be acknowledged in Rappa:
Court
Signed sealed and delivered in the presents of us
JOSHUA DAVIS, ADAM WOFFENDELL
WM. BARBER HONORIA WOFFENDELL
Recordr. in Cur Com Rappa: 3 die Marty 1685/6 et rerardr 31st die
I doe hereby authorize and impower FREDERICK GRIMSHAW my lawfull Attorney to acknowledge a Deed of Sale of a Tract of land to HENRY ARKILL of Rappa: County Court and this shall be his warrant for so doing as Witness my hand and seal this fifth day of March 1685
Signed sealed and delivered in the presents of
JOSHUA DAVIS, ADAM WOFFENDELL
WM. RAYNER
Recordr. in Cur Com Rappa:
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I HENRY ARKILL above named have for the consideration of Seven thousand pounds of Tobb: and caske in hand received by JOHN PRATT of the sd County of WESTMORELAND ye receipt I do hereby acknowledge have sold unto the sd JOHN PRATT his heires the above mencioned One hundred Sixty five acres of land sold and assigned unto me ye sd ARKILL by ADAM WOFFENDELL and HONORIA his Wife as by the mencioned incident bearing date 12th day of June 1685 may appeare, To have and to hold ye sd One hundred and sixty five acres of land with all houses fences orchards with all woods and waters with all profitts belonging unto the sd JOHN PRATT his heires for ever In Witness whereof I have set my hand and seale this 6th day of July 1685
Sealed and delivered in the presence of HENRY ARKILL
WM HEATON,
ADAM WOFFENDELL, SIMON THOMASON Recognitr in Cur Com Rappa 3 die Marty 1685/6
Teste WM. COLSTON, Cl Cur
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I HENRY ARKILL of the County of WESTMORELAND do appoint my well beloved friend, Mr, JOSHUA DAVIS, my true and lawfull Attorney for me to acknowledge a parcell of land containing One hundred sixty five acres unto the sd JOHN PRATT of the County aforesaid being the same land which I bought of ADAM WOFFENDELL, and I do ratify my Attorneys acknowledgement therein to be as good in Law and of the same force and virtue as if I myself were personally present As Witness my hand and seale this 3d of October 1685
Teste ANTHONY SAVAGE, HENRY ARKILL
PHILL PECKETT
Recordr. in Cur Com Rappa
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Abstracts of Land Records of Richmond County, Virginia 1692-1704, by Mary Marshall Brewer.
3 Apr 1694. Deed. WILLIAM BROWNE of Rich Co for 8000 pounds of tobb in cask sold to JOHN SUTTLE of same co planter ... a 165 a. tr of land in St. Mary's Parish pt/o a devident of 744 a. formerly granted to my father WILLIAM BROWNE decd & to DANIEL WHITE and WILLIAM BALTHROP as by patent dated 3 Mar 1664 and the said DANIEL WHITE sold his part unto my father WM BROWNE 20 Aug 1668 and the 744 a. was patented by my father WM BROWNE and WILLIAM BALTHROP dated 7 Aug 1669 and the land not devided betwixt my father WM BROWN and WM BALTHROP and the said WM BALTHROP taking not the advantage of survivorship the said BALTHROP ackn 495 a. of the tr unto me WILLIAM BROWNE and my brother JOHN BROWNE and my brother MASEFEILD {Maxfield} BROWN, the 165 a. being my proprotional share which land I formerly seated on e side of Chingateague Swamp in the parish afsd ... and also together with his wife further ackn this deed in the co court of Rich. Wit: JAMES TAYLER, ADAM WOFFENDALL. Ackn 6 Jun 1694. (Bk 2pg: 37)
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Abstracts of Land Records of Richmond County, Virginia 1692-1704, by Mary Marshall Brewer.
1 Jan 1695/6. Mr. COLSTON. It is my request you record as followeth, viz 1 ewe big with lamb to my godson WILLIAM BROWNE Junr and to my goddau BRIDGETT BROWNE both with their increase future, and also 1 ewe lamb to ELIZABETH BROWNE with increase, dau to my son in law WILLIAM BROWNE Senr marked as followeth croped on the left ear and slitt on the right now running on WILLIAM BROWNE Senr's plantation and also 1 young heifer named Star all with their increase WILLIAM BROWNE Junr afsd. Sir please to make record of this and WILLIAM BROWNE will make you pay for the same. I am your servant JAMES TAYLER. (Bk 2pg: 157)
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1697-1699 Richmond Co VA Orders; Antient Press: (Page 232)
Richmond County Court 2nd day of June 1697
- WILLIAM BROWN of the County of Richmond, Son and heir of WILLIAM BROWN late of RAPPAHANNOCK County deced., complains agt. ADAM WOFFENDALL and JOHN PHILLIPS of the aforesd, County of Richmond, Planter, for that, that is to say, the said Defts. by a certain Deed Poll or Instrument in Writing under the hands and seals of the said WOFFENDALL and PHILLIPS bearing date the 12th day of February 1674, for a valuable consideration by them received of the Plts. Father. did bargaine grant alien sell and enfeoff unto him the said WILLIAM BROWN SENR. a certain parcel or Quantity of Woodland ground situate lying and being in the Parish of SITITNBURN and County of RAPPAHANNOCK aforesaid, now called Richmond, & abutting & abounding as is in the said Deed is set forth and expressed, & as in and by the same and here in Court ready to be produced cloth and may more fully and at large appear, And that EVAN MORGAN deced, the Plts. Father in Law, in his life time did commence suit for and on the behalf of the Orphans of the said WILLIAM BROWN deced., for the peaceable and quiett possession of the aforesaid premisses: But Judgment thereon was suspended by the said Court til they should arrive to full age as by the Order of Court bearing date the 8th of January 1684 ready to be produced may appear: Wherefore your Petitioner hath brought his suit as heir at Law aforesd. being at full age & prays Judgment for the said Land &c. And the said ADAM WOFFENDALL in proper person comes into Court and pleads that PHILLIPS have never received any consideration or satisfaction for the said Land either from the said WILLIAM BROWN, the Father. in his life time or from the said WILLIAM BROWN, the Son, and therefore they, the Defts., had not acknowledged the said Deed of Land, but the said Plea being overruled, the Court are of Judgment that the said Deed is good and valid and that the said WILLIAM BROWN as Heir at Law, path good right and title unto the said Land by virtue of the Deed aforesaid and do order that the said Deed be entered of Record
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Abstracts of Land Records of Richmond County, Virginia 1692-1704, by Mary Marshall Brewer.
16 Jan 1702. Deed. JOHN BROWNE of St. Mary's Parish Rich Co carpenter and SARA his wife for 2000 pounds of tobb and caske sold to EDWARD TAYLOR of same place carpenter ... 64 a. of land, whereas Sir WILLIAM BERKELEY knt late govemour and capt genll of VA by patent bearing date 7 Aug 1669 did grant unto WM BROWNE and WILLIAM BALTROPP 744 a. in the forrest betweene the Potomack and Rappa Rivers in Westmoreland Co (but now sence the division of cos, Rich Co), the said WILLIAM BROWNE in his life time by his will did bequeath unto JOHN BROWNE his son 164 a. (as in the said will remaining upon the records of Essex Co) ... . Wit: WM COMB, E TURBERVILE. Ackn 3 Mar 1702. (Bk 3pg: 111)

2 Mar 1702/3. Power of Any. JOHN BROWNE and SARAH his wife hereby impower JOSHUA DAVIS my arty to ackn the [above] deed. Wit: E TURBERVILE, PETER MERRY, RICHARD TANKERSLY. (Bk 3pg: 112)
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/m/y/e/Ron-C-Myers/GENE27-0109.h tml
URL title: Ancestors of Roscoe Clinton Myers
Note:
..upon the death of William Browne, Sr., his share of the original joint land grant was divided between his three sons, William, Junior, Maxfield and John. William, Jr., sold his share to John Settle, Sr., and now Maxfield sells his adjoining share, or at least a portion thereof, to his son-in-law, Isaac, son of John Settle.Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/megafile/msa/speccol/sc2900/sc2908/00000 1/000049/html/am49--171.html
URL title: Proceedings of the Provincial Court, 1663-1666 Volume 49, Page 171
Note:
Provincial Court Proceedings, 1663-64. 171 Liber B B March 14th

Know all men by these prsents that I william Browne being intended to marry with Elizebeth Darnell doe before my marryage acknowledge that then is a black heifer of two yeares old or thereabouts and another red heifer three yeares old and gneate wth Calfe both the which heifems I doe acknowledge to bee my daughter in lawes and doe intend to record them in her name they being of her fathers marke the Girles name being Elizebeth Chemoone

Wittnes my hand Wm Browne
Francis Anketill Jno Hunt his B marke
his marke
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URL (Click on link) http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=160&last=&g_p=P5&collec tion=LO Patent
Title Brown, William.
Publication 3 March 1662.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
Note Location: Westmoreland County.
Grantee(s): Brown, William; White, Daniel and Baltrop, Wm.
Description: 745 acres in the forrest between the Rivers of Potowmack and Rappahannock, adjoining land of Henry Pate.
Source: Land Office Patents No. 5, 1661-1666 (v.1 & 2 p.1-369), p. 160 (Reel 5).

URL (Click on link) http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=243&last=&g_p=P6&collec tion=LO Patent
Title Browne, William.
Publication 7 August 1669.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
Related See also the following surname(s): Brown.
Note Location: Westmoreland County.
Grantee(s): Browne, William and Baltrop, William.
Description: 744 acres in the Forrest between the Rivers of Potomack and Rappahannock, adjoining land of Henry Pate.
Source: Land Office Patents No. 6, 1666-1679 (pt.1 & 2 p.1-692), p. 243 (Reel 6).
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Combs &c. Families of Stafford County, Virginia

05 Apr 1665 (Stafford OB, 1664-1668) Court held 5th Apr 1665.
No. 104. Whereas Mr. Henry MEESE did arrest Hmp. BAYLY to this Court & did not appear to prosecute his accon the Court doth order that the said Mr. MEESE be nonsuited and pay 50 pounds of Tobacco with costs of Suite to the said BAYLY the 10th 8ber ali Execution.
No. 105 Ditto [ch: Phillip?] CARPENTER agst Mr. William BROWN.
No. 106 Ditto Archdale Combs agst Ditto BROWN
No. 107 Ditto John WITHERS against Ditto BROWN
No. 116 At a Court held for the County of Stafford the 6th June 1665, Archdale Combs sat on a jury that included Wm. OWSING, Robert BUTTERFIELD, Wm. BULLOCK, Robt. STREETE, Jno. WILLIAMS, Wm. HOWARD, Tho: BOURNE, Stephen LUND, Wm. GREENE, Jno. CHILES, Wm. WELLS.
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/megafile/msa/speccol/sc2900/sc2908/00000 1/000004/html/am4--264.html
URL title: Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650Volume 4, Page 264
Note:
p. 151 1643

William Browne aged 20. yeares & vpward made oath that sometime about this time twelvemonth to the best of his remembrance at John hollis's(Hallows?) owne house he this dept heard John hollis say vnto James Cauther these words or to this purpose, James what shall we doe about this beaver of Pursalls?(Pearsall?) to whom the said James answered, to this purpose, what will you doe about it, let marks putt you in the Cort for it; & John hollis replied saying, I have paid you the beaver, have I not? and the said James answered, yes I have received it & Ile answere it, for (saith he) marks had nothing to doe wth it at that time.
Jurat coram me
John Lewge
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://virts.rootsweb.com/~dobson/md/mdannear.htm
URL title: Duncans in Anne Arundel County, Maryland
Note:
IH3-114/8: George Nettleford granted 500 acres in St. Mary's by Lord Baltimore 2 July 1649; 2nd parcel of land, 200 acres called Ford land, lying west of South River bordering Archibald Arbuckle and Anne Covell, widow, along Wakefield Creek, 22 Sept. 1658; 200 acres or 500 acres sold to Richard Tidings 10 Sept. 1663, signed George (4 his mark) Nettleford and Jane (V) Nettleford. 11 Sept. 1665, Richard Tidings sold all or part of the land to ELIZABETH BROWNE, widow. 20 March 1686, WM. BROWNE sold all or part of this land to Benjamin Williams for 20,500 lbs tobacco. (from Louis Boone
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CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS PATENT BOOK No. 5; Pg 471
WM. BROWNE, DANIELL WHITE Sr WM. BOLTROP (Baltrop), 744 acs. in the forrest between the Rivers Patomecke & Rappahanocke, W'moreland Co., 3 Mar. 1664, p. 239, (160). Beg. in the back line of land surveyed for Henry Pate, extending W. by S. &c. Trans. of 15 pers: Wm. Barlow, Jno. Browne, Mary Partin, Jno. Shaw, Tho. Holmes, Jane Smart. (Other names not given.)
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CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS PATENT BOOK No. 6; Pg 60
WILLIAM BROWNE & WM. BALTROPP. 744 acs. W'moreland Co.. bet. Rappa. & Potomack Rivers, 7 Aug. 1669, p. 243. Adj. Hen. Pate. Granted sd. Brown. Danl. White & sd. Baltrop 3 Mar. 1664. & by White sold to the above named, 20 Aug. 1668.
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Prince William County, Virginia Deeds {June Whitehurst Johnson}: Liber B; 1732-1735; Pages 141-143. April 15, 1732. Joseph Waugh of Stafford, planter and Millian his wife to.. James Baxter of West., planter and Elizabeth his wife..... 1625 a.... in Parish of Hamilton... . .on north side of Occoquan River now in the tenure occupation of Evan Thomas, Andrew Smarr and Joseph Waugh (being part of a larger tract of land granted unto William Harris and Thomas Baxter by patent Oct. 19, 1670, which Harris and Baxter discovering that 1000 a. part of the land granted them was formerly granted to one William Brown by patent of June 15, 1666 and afterwards purchased the same from William Brown as by Browns deed to them dated Nov. 12, 1668....William Harris afterwards by deed dated May 2, 1671 sold 1625 a. to one Robert Beckingham from whom by sundry conveyances the same come to one Elizabeth Spencer who by deed dated Feb. 22, 1691 sold and conveyed the same to Giles Traversse father of the said Milliam party to these present to whom the said Giles by his last will dated June 1, 1717 devised the same.....during the term of the naturall lives of them the said James Baxter and Elizabeth.
Joseph Waugh
Millian Waugh
Wit: John Waugh, Henry Over, John Underwood, John (his mark) Bourne. April 15, 1732 possession and seizin of and in the tract of land in this deed was delivered by Joseph Waugh and Millian his wife unto James Baxter and Elizabeth his wife.
At court Oct. 17, 1733 Joseph Waugh and Milian his wife being first privately examined acknowledged this deed to James Baxter and Elizabeth his wife.
he condition of the above obligation is such that Joseph Waugh and Millian his wife have executed leases to James Baxtor and Elizabeth his wife for a certain tract of land on Occoquan River which the said James Baxter and Eliz. his wife Both oblige themselves not to dispose of the said lease to any person nor to settle any tenants on the said premises.
James Baxter, Eliza. Baxter
Wit: John Waugh, Henry Over, John Underwood, John (his mark) Bourne. At court Oct. 17, 1733 James Baxter and Elizabeth his wife acknowledgE this bond to Joseph Waugh and Millan his wife.
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St. Mary's County Circuit Court
Land Surveys and Condominium Plats

Thimblebie, 150 Acres; Certificate
Developer/Owner: Thimbleby, John and William Brown 1649 Patent Record 2, p. 606 0 0 MSA S 1598-3614
Thimblebie, 150 Acres; Certificate
Developer/Owner: Thimbleby, John and William Brown 1649 Patent Record AB and H, p. 38 0 0 MSA S 1598-3615
Brownes Woodhouse, 50 Acres; Certificate
Developer/Owner: Brown, William 1658 Patent Record Q, p. 215 0 0 MSA S 1598-565 
Browne, William (I022865)
 
56223 BROYNE [BRYAN] JOHN, Charles Co. 11 Oct 1757
15 March 1758
To son William Broyn,, 1 sh.
To son James, 1 sh.
To son Peter Broyn, 1 sh.
To dau Jane Yates, 1 sh.
Wife Catharine, extx, to Whom I give the remainder of my estate,
Wits Ignatius Bagott., John Carries. 30.451 
Bryan, Catherine MNU (I017934)
 
56224 BRUCE, Margaret, d. July 22, 1765, p. Aug 6, 1765. Wit. John Battaley, John Doncastle. Ex. brother-in-law, Thomas James, of Spotsylvania Co. Leg. my mother (no name given); my sister Mary James; my sisters Susannah Fickling; Elizabeth Bronaugh; Mary James and Frances Banks. (pg 220)
[Editor's note: From a deed dtd 4 May 1764 I found that Margaret was born Margaret BRUCE, the daughter of Charles Bruce and Elizabeth Pannell. Elizabeth was the daughter of William Pannell. Elizabeth later married John Grant. Margaret's sisters were: Mary (wife of Thomas James), Frances (wife of Mr. Banks), Susannah (wife of Mr. Ficklin), and Elizabeth (wife of Mr. Bronough). Pretty good deed!]
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KING GEORGE COUNTY VIRGINIA WILL BOOK A; 1752-1780 {Antient Press}; Pages 34-36
Will of CHARLES BRUCE SENIOR. I CHARLES BRUCE SENIOR .. my will
is that the use of my estate be for the support of my wife during her
widowhood and my four Daughters now living with me as long as they
shall continue with her & after decease of my wife or she altering her condition by marriage I give my estate as followeth. I give my son WILLIAM BRUCE one Negro boy .. also Twenty shillings current money;
to my son CHARLES BRUCE one Negro boy and Ten shillings current money and all my wearing cloths .. to my five Daughters, SUSANAH FICKLING, ELIZABETH BRUCE, MARY BRUCE, FRANCES BRUCE and MARGARET BRUCE seven Negroes ., appoint my two sons WILLIAM BRUCE and CHARLES BRUCE sole Executors .. this 16th day of April 1754.
Presence of Charles Bruce, Chas. Bruce
Elizabeth Bruce, Mary Bruce
At a court held .. 5th September 1754 .. will presented .. the witnesses thereto being Legatees the Court is of opinion that they are not sufficient to prove the same, Whereupon JAMES GLENDENING made oath that the same was the handwriting of the said CHARLES BRUCE deced and was ordered to be recorded. 
Bruce, Margaret (I042034)
 
56225 BRYAN, WILLIAM, Charles Co. 6 Sep 1768
4 Jan 1769
That tract, known as "Bristol" be sold and money applied to the use of paying debts and remaining part to be divided amongst my six children, John, Basil, Ignatius, Monica, Jane and Eleanor,
Ex: John Bryan,
Wit: James Waters, Junr., Joseph Waters, John Waters, 36, 686
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Charles County Maryland Will Book B-1, 1782-1785; Page 273,
John Obryan's Will.
I, John Obryan of CC, am sick and weak of body but of perfect mind and memory.
To my wife Mary Obryan - all my real and personal estate, during her widowhood or single life, and no longer.
To my sons William Obryan and Charles Obryan - all my real and personal estate, to be equally divided between them after the death or marriage of their mother.
Executrix: my wife Mary Obryan, executor: Basil Obryan. Signed Dec 29, 1783 - John Obryan. Wit - James Carrico son of John, Timothy (X his mark) Farrand.
Probated on Feb 10, 1784 by the oath of the executrix and by the oath of the executor and by the oaths of both witnesses.
Mary OBryan quitted her claim to the afd will, and elected thereof her dower or third part of sd estate, both real and personal. Before John Muschett, Reg. of wills
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Charles County Land Records 1792-1796; Liber N#4; Page 440. Feb 17, 1795 from Basil OBryan of CC, to Zephaniah Farrand of CC, for 14,000 lbs of tobacco, a tract of land in CC called Farrands Fortune, between Skipton and the Loving Brothers, bounded by the run of a small branch that falls into Piles Fresh, containing about 27 acres. Signed - Basil
O.Bryan. Wit - Alexr McPherson*, Walter Dyson*. Eleanor
OBryan, wife to sd Basil OBryan, relinquished her right of dower. Recorded Aug 10, 1795.
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 376-1: GATES HOPE: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Gates, Dorothy Widow: Surveyed 24 Jan 1686 for Robert Gates at the E.N.E bound tree of John Hunts land called HUNTS VENTURE: Other Tracts Mentioned: HUNTS VENTURE; GATES RANGE; ; Conveyance notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, Included in RESURVEY OF GATES RANGE,, , ===
1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 376-4: GATES PURCHASE: 60 acres; Possession of - 60 Acres - Gates, Dorothy Widow: Surveyed 30 Aug 1671 for Robert Gates at a bound beech tree the bound of HUNTS VENTURE: Other Tracts Mentioned: HUNTS VENTURE; GATES RANGE; ; Conveyance notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, Included in RESURVEY OF GATES RANGE,, , ===
1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 376-3: GATES SWAMP: 193 acres; Possession of - 193 Acres - Gates, Dorothy Widow: Surveyed 2 July 1687 for Robert Gates beginning at a bound black walnut on Piles Fresh: Other Tracts Mentioned: LOVING BROTHERS; Conveyance notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, Included in RESURVEY OF LOVING BROTHERS, folio 388; 9 Feb 1714,,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 388-74: LOVING BROTHERS RESURVEY: 535 acres; Possession of - 535 Acres - See Notes: Re-Surveyed 9 Feb 1714 for John & Robert Gates formerly 3 tracts vis ST. MICHAELS, ST. MARYS, GATES SWAMP, beginning at a bound beech now bounded in the room of a an ancient bound beech of GATES SWAMP. Pat 10 July 1716: Other Tracts Mentioned: ST. MICHAELS; ST. MARYS; GATES SWAMP; Conveyance notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, 91 Acres - John Parnham from John Gates; 1 Mar 1734,176 Acres - Philip Key from John Gates; 21 Sept 1737, 43 Acres - Philip Key from John Gates; 10 Nov 1742, This land is overcharged 0:5:8-1/2, ,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 376-6: MAIDSTONE: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Gates, Dorothy Widow: Surveyed 8 Sept 1673 for John Hunt at a bound White Oak a bound tree of his land called (HUNTS) VENTURE: Other Tracts Mentioned: HUNTS VENTURE; ; ; Conveyance notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.},
===
1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 376-5: NEW BRADFORD: 375 acres; Possession of - 375 Acres - Gates, Dorothy Widow: Surveyed 27 Jan 1686 for Robert Gates near Piles Fresh: Other Tracts Mentioned: GATES RANGE; Conveyance notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, Included in RESURVEY OF GATES RANGE,100 Acres - John Lanham from Joseph Gates; 1 March 1734, 150 Acres - John Pigeon from Joseph Gates; 21 Jun 1737, , ,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco or Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 376-2: ST. MARYS: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Gates, Dorothy Widow: Surveyed 8 Jan 1666 for Robert Gates beginning at a bound tee of ST. MICHAELS: Other Tracts Mentioned: ST. MICHAELS; LOVING BROTHERS; ; Conveyance notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, Included in RESURVEY OF LOVING BROTHERS, folio 388; 9 Feb 1714,,
===
1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 311-65: ST. MICHAELS: 200 acres; Possession of - 200 Acres - Coffer, John: Surveyed 4 Feb 1670 for Garrett Sinnett at a bound White Oak standing near a bound tree of Mathias Obryan.:
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 375-22: ST. MICHAELS: 275 acres; Possession of - 275 Acres - Gates, Dorothy Widow: Surveyed 23 Aug 1668 for Robert Gates at a bound beech on a fresh run near the outward bound tree of Justinian Dennis: Other Tracts Mentioned: LOVING BROTHERS; Conveyance notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, Included in RESURVEY OF LOVING BROTHERS, folio 388; 9 Feb 1714,, , , ,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 374-8: TWO FRIENDS: 525 acres; Possession of - 262-1/2 Acres - Southern, John: 262-1/2 Acres - Magruder, Alexander: Surveyed 8 Feb 1668 for Justinian Dennis & Robert Gates on the North side of a run that runs into the main fresh coming from Piles run: Conveyance notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.},
===
1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 372-77: BRISTOL: 100 acres; Possession of - 50 Acres - Diamond, George: 50 Acres - Waters, James: : Surveyed 15 Sept 1678 for John Waters at a bound oak of Nathan Buttons land :

 
Bryan, Basil (I022353)
 
56226 BRYAN, WILLIAM, Charles Co. 6 Sep 1768
4 Jan 1769
That tract, known as "Bristol" be sold and money applied to the use of paying debts and remaining part to be divided amongst my six children, John, Basil, Ignatius, Monica, Jane and Eleanor,
Ex: John Bryan,
Wit: James Waters, Junr., Joseph Waters, John Waters, 36, 686 
Bryan, Monica (I030499)
 
56227 BRYAN, WILLIAM, Charles Co. 6 Sep 1768
4 Jan 1769
That tract, known as "Bristol" be sold and money applied to the use of paying debts and remaining part to be divided amongst my six children, John, Basil, Ignatius, Monica, Jane and Eleanor,
Ex: John Bryan,
Wit: James Waters, Junr., Joseph Waters, John Waters, 36, 686 
Bryan, Ignatius (I043013)
 
56228 BRYAN, WILLIAM, Charles Co. 6 Sep 1768
4 Jan 1769
That tract, known as "Bristol" be sold and money applied to the use of paying debts and remaining part to be divided amongst my six children, John, Basil, Ignatius, Monica, Jane and Eleanor,
Ex: John Bryan,
Wit: James Waters, Junr., Joseph Waters, John Waters, 36, 686 
Bryan, Eleanor (I043020)
 
56229 BRYAN, WILLIAM, Charles Co. 6 Sep 1768; 4 Jan 1769
That tract, known as "Bristol" be sold and money applied to the use of paying debts and remaining part to be divided amongst my six children, John, Basil, Ignatius, Monica, Jane and Eleanor,
Ex: John Bryan,
Wit: James Waters, Junr., Joseph Waters, John Waters, 36, 686
===
Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1790-1791; Liber JJ2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 211. At the request of William Sasser, Jr. the following Deed was recorded August 5, 1790
Indenture made April 4, 1790; William Stewart, planter in consideration of 22 pounds 17 shillings and 6 pence current money paid by William Sasser, Jr., has sold a tract called "Walls Addition Enlarged containing 30 ½ acres and beginning at a bounded hickory standing near the northwest fork of Deep Creek, it also being a bounded tree of "Wheats Pasture". Signed William Stewart in the presence of and acknowledged before Fielder Bowie, Robert Bowie ant at the same time Jane Stewart w/o William Stewart relinquished her right of dower 
Bryan, Jane (I043019)
 
56230 BRYAN, Wm., Charles Co. 30 Nov, 1760
17 Dec, 1760
To wife Frances,
To son Wm. Bryan, the other half of estate.
To dau. Philester Chesher, 1 Eng. s.
To Wm. Grey, one suit of clothes.
Exs: Wife and son Wm.
Wit: Charles Love, Robert Gill. 31. 286
===
William Bryan 73.105 CH £205.9.10 Mar 9 1761 Mar 2 1761
Appraisers: Robert Horner Edward Edelen.
Creditors: George Maxwell.
Next of kin: one of the executors".
Executors: Francis Bryan, William Bryan. 
Bryan, William (I017941)
 
56231 BRYAN, Wm., Charles Co. 30 Nov, 1760; 17 Dec, 1760
To wife Frances,
To son Wm. Bryan, the other half of estate.
To dau. Philester Chesher, 1 Eng. s.
To Wm. Grey, one suit of clothes.
Exs: Wife and son Wm.
Wit: Charles Love, Robert Gill. 31. 286
===
William Bryan 73.105 CH £205.9.10 Mar 9 1761 Mar 2 1761
Appraisers: Robert Horner Edward Edelen.
Creditors: George Maxwell.
Next of kin: one of the executors".
Executors: Francis Bryan, William Bryan.
===
Daniel Bryan 27.47 CH £287.13.9 May 29 1742 Jul 21 1742
Appraisers: William Winter, Robert Covert.
Creditors: Richard Jarvin, Sr., Walter Hanson.
Next of kin: Daniel Bryan, William Bryan.
Administratrix/Executrix: Frances Bryan
===
Daniel Bryan 20.350 A CH £28.13.9 £57,15.4 Jul 14 1744
Sureties: Jeremiah Anderson, Georg Godfrey.
Received from: John Graham, Laurrence Macramara, William Hews (in Virginia currency), Ralph Falker (in Virginia currency), William Barker, Henry Hazlip, Richard Norwood, ------- Mushet, William Tyler, Patrick Macovoy, James Simson.
Payments to: executors of Anne Ebenethy, executors of John Theobald, executors of Peter Mitchel, David Crawford, John Venathan, Alexander Southerland, George Tarvin, Daniel Dulany, Esq., Walter Hanson.
Representatives: widow (unnamed), children: Daniel Bryan, William Bryan, Sarah Anderson, Elisabeth Bryan.
Executrix: Frances Bryan.
===
Charles County Maryland Land Record Liber Z#2, 1744-1753; Page 92.
At the request of William Bryan, the following deed was recorded on Apr 8, 1746.
Apr 2, 1746 from Frances Bryan of CC, widow, to William Bryan of CC, planter, for 5 shillings and for sd William paying all debts owing from sd Frances and for sd William keeping and maintaining sd Frances during her natural life and for sd William managing all the business of sd Frances, and for the natural love Frances has for her children, William Bryan afd, & Elizabeth Bryan, daughter of sd Frances, and for divers other good causes, Frances has given to William, in trust for his sister Elizabeth, all the goods, chattels, debts, leases, ready money, household stuff, and all other substance of sd Frances. Whatever estate of Frances remains at the death of Frances, to be to be equally divided between sd William & Elizabeth, sd Elizabeth to have in part of her share a Negro woman called Judah. The increase of Judah before the death of Frances shall not belong to Elizabeth, but to be divided equally between William & Eliz. Frances reserves to herself the power of disposing, at her death, out of her part of the estate, goods or chattels to the value of 5 £. Signed - Frances (X her mark) Bryan. Wit - Thomas Mudd, John Ensey.
=== ??
Charles County Land Record Book A#2, 1752-1756; Page (259). Mortgage_ I, William Bryan of CC, innholder, for 150 £, sell to George Maxwell of CC, merchant, 2 Negro slaves called Joseph & Ben, and now in my possession, Also all my horses, mares, cows, hogs, sheep, and all my plantation utensils, household furniture, and others in and about my dwelling plantation in CC. If, however, I pay Maxwell 150 £ with lawful interest by next Nov 1, then these presents to be null and void. Signed - William (X his mark) Bryan. Wit - Jno Winter, Jas Niviscn.
Inventory of William Bryan's Effects, viz, Negro Joe, about age 36, Ditto Ben about 23 ditto; S feather beds and with each a bolster, 2 sheets, blankets, rug, or quilts, bedstead cord, & pillows cases; 8 cows & calves, 2 horses, 2 mares,
2 mare colts, 12 pewter dishes, 36 good pewter plates, 2 iron pots and pot hooks, 1 copper tea kettle, 2 bellmetal skillet, 1 bed pan, 1 brass kettle, 1 brass mortar & pestle.
Total: £172.4, Signed Dec 4, 1754 - William (X his mark) Bryan. Wit - Jno Winter, Jas Nivison. Recorded Dec 12, 1754. 
Bryan, William (I013252)
 
56232 Brøderbund WFT Vol. 15, Ed. 1, Tree #2055, Date of Import: Mar 3, 2004]

No will or probate record. Probably moved from Virginia to Breckinridge County, Kentucky 1820 or 1821. Purchased farm Twp. 60 range 6, Lewis Co. Missouri in 1835. Living in LaGrange 1860-1870 census. Son Winfield on farm in 1860 but living near LaBelle in 1870. Son Silas a merchant in LaGrange.

[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 21, Ed. 1, Tree #1732, Date of Import: Mar 3, 2004]

Samuel Marshall appears many times in deed records from Oct 1837 to Dec 1870. Five deeds dated or recorded in 1857 pertain to the purchase of various town lots in the city of LaGrange. Samuel & Hannah sold "Lot 73 & other land" to their son Silas in the fall of 1858 for $1,600.

In Sep 1859, Samuel Marshall, as Administrator of the Estate of Frederick V. Kenosh, gave a deed to his daughter Cindarilla Kenosh at Public Sale.

In Aug 1860, Daniel M. Marshall (son of Riley Marshall) gave a deed of mortgage for $468.34 on Lot 8, Block 4, in Wright and Shropshires addition. This was same addition where Samuel & Hannah purchased some lots. Daniel left and went back to Indiana soon after 1860 census.

Last deed signed by Samuel & Hannah was on Feb 23, 1867. Four lots sold in Block 6 in summer of 1869 were by a John C. Anderson as Trustee. Sheriff Lewis Sells held a public sale on several lots in the Wright and Shropshire addition and issued a deed to George W. Connell on Apr 11, 1870. The sale was result of a Judgment in Sep 1869 in favor of the National Bank of St. Louis against Samuel Marshall and George W. Connell in the amount of $1,559. Deed was filed for record on Dec 16, 1870 with no indication that Samuel was deceased. No further record of Samuel & Hannah after that date. 
Marshall, Samuel (I036476)
 
56233 Brøderbund WFT Vol. 21, Ed. 1, Tree #1732, Date of Import: Mar 3, 2004]

A Thomas & Rebecca Marshall appear in deed records beginning in Aug 1837. Lived near Canton, Trigg Co. Ky. A daughter Sarah Francis married Jacob Crandall on 3-2-1852.
Rebecca apparently died before 1850 census. Last deed record for Thomas in Sep 1853, Lewis County, Kentucky 
Marshall, Thomas (I009400)
 
56234 Brøderbund WFT Vol. 21, Ed. 1, Tree #1732, Date of Import: Mar 3, 2004]

Came to Virginia from Pine Tree Hill (now Camden) in Kershaw County, South Carolina in 1762. Quakers in Wateree MM near Wateree River and then South River Monthly Meeting (MM) at Lynchburg, Virginia. Children all disowned by the Church from 1774 to 1790, as recorded in Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol VI, p. 310.
William's will dated 2-12-1780, proven 10-22-1780 in Bedford county. Allotment of land to the heirs in July 1783. Owned over 3200 acres of land, mostly on Goose Creek in Bedford county. Division of 475 acres on Archers Creek in Campbell county among the eight daughters was subject of an 1823-1829 suit in Superior Court of Chancery in Lynchburg, Virginia by Catherine Stockton, one of the daughters. 
Ferrell, William (I036496)
 
56235 BUCHANAN, ELEANOR, Baltimore Co., widow. 19Aug1758; 16Oct1758
To son Loyd, my house Bible & a mourning ring, & to his dau. a piece of silver plate worth £5 sterling.
To dau. Elizabeth Croxall, £50 sterl. & my saddle.
To sons Andrew & Archibald, a mourning ring each.
To son George a bridle & saddle.
To dau. Elizabeth Buchanan, as much as will make her fortune £250 sterl. incl. the sum devised her by her father, negro boy Ben, son to Old Sarah, & negro girl Deanah, dau. to Penny, & a set of silver spoons marked BB.
To son James, a bridle & saddle.
To my mother [not named] negro boy Duke for life.
To sister Elizabeth Rogers, sd. Duke on my mother's d..
To dau. Elizabeth & sister Elizabeth, equ. div., £50 sterl. & my wearing appl.
To sister Catharine Rogers, £5 sterl.
To son William Buchanan, negro girl Rachel, negro boy Joshua, son & dau. to Rubie, negro girl Ruth, the younger son of Penny, & the residue.
Extr: son Loyd, to whom I leave the care of son William.
Witn: William Rogers, John Merryman, Jr.
16 Oct. 1758, sworn to by both witn. 
Buchanan, Elizabeth (I066477)
 
56236 BUCHANAN, ELEANOR, Baltimore Co., widow. 19Aug1758; 16Oct1758
To son Loyd, my house Bible & a mourning ring, & to his dau. a piece of silver plate worth £5 sterling.
To dau. Elizabeth Croxall, £50 sterl. & my saddle.
To sons Andrew & Archibald, a mourning ring each.
To son George a bridle & saddle.
To dau. Elizabeth Buchanan, as much as will make her fortune £250 sterl. incl. the sum devised her by her father, negro boy Ben, son to Old Sarah, & negro girl Deanah, dau. to Penny, & a set of silver spoons marked BB.
To son James, a bridle & saddle.
To my mother [not named] negro boy Duke for life.
To sister Elizabeth Rogers, sd. Duke on my mother's d..
To dau. Elizabeth & sister Elizabeth, equ. div., £50 sterl. & my wearing appl.
To sister Catharine Rogers, £5 sterl.
To son William Buchanan, negro girl Rachel, negro boy Joshua, son & dau. to Rubie, negro girl Ruth, the younger son of Penny, & the residue.
Extr: son Loyd, to whom I leave the care of son William.
Witn: William Rogers, John Merryman, Jr.
16 Oct. 1758, sworn to by both witn. 
Buchanan, Archibald (I066478)
 
56237 Buckner, Anthony.
Publication 1780
Gen. note Part of index to Halifax County Wills and Administrations (1753 - 1800)
Note p. 312-313. Will pro. 18 May 1780.
p. 332. Inv. & Appr. rec. 16 Nov. 1780.
Note Will Book No. 1, 1773-1783 (Reel 36)
===
KELLY, Anthony Buckner, son of Jane Kelly alias Thomas, April 30, 1731.
Father/Son relationship established by Land transaction 11 Dec 1772 by Anthony Buckner and Anthony Seale to Cornelius Skinner, Book I, P. 335-336, Loudoun County, VA, in which statement is made Anthony was son of Peyton Buckner
 
Buckner, Anthony (I097321)
 
56238 BUCKNER, Hubbard & Lucy M. SANFORD, 7 Nov. 1848, m by GS, b Wm. Timberlake, c by Lucy's [unnamed] mother, Kenton Co., KY Family F37756
 
56239 BUCKNER, Richard G. & Belle SANDFORD, 26 Apr. 1849, m by GS, b Wm. Timberlake, Kenton Co., KY Family F37758
 
56240 BUCKNER, Thomas & Caroline PERRY, 29 June 1820, m by AD, b G.W. Wright, Campbell Co., KY Family F37759
 
56241 BUCKNER, Thomas & Mildred W. BERRY, 22 Apr. 1823, m by DDD, Campbell Co., KY Family F37757
 
56242 BUCKNER, William, August 3, 1727. [William was the son of Anthony Buckner and his wife, Louise Hubbard]  Buckner, William (I062060)
 
56243 buckners and slaughters were neighbors, but this marriage is not proved Family F24528
 
56244 Bull, Thomas, 15th Aug., 1668; 29th Sept., 1668. To wife (unnamed) and her son John, 1/3 of estate. Son Thomas Bull, residuary legatee. In event of death of said Thomas, 1/2 of his portion to go to child. of wife by former marriage; other 1/2 to father, brothers and sisters, all unnamed, of testator. Brother-in-law Samuel Lucas of Dover and John Marsh of same town, exs. in behalf of son. Walter Beane, John Coates and John Bowles, exs. of rest of estate. Test: Mecdell Hussey, Stephen Tully, Jos. Horton. 1. 325. Bull, Thomas (I090782)
 
56245 Bullit, Eliz:, Charles County, 12th Jan., 1693;
14th March 1693-4,
To son Joseph at 19 yrs. of age, Bullit "Folly" and dwelling plantation.
son Benjamin, all personalty.
Peter Mackmillion ex. and to have charge of children.
Test: Francis Traughton, Eliza: Britt, Martha Cornish, Susannah Skeenes. 2. 270,
===
Joseph Bullett 15,255 A #20370 about 1697
Received from: James Tilleson, Richard Marshall, Samuell Edmonson, John Tany, Giles Collier, Joseph Thomas, Capt. John Bayne,
Payments to: Maj. William Dent, Phillip Hoskins,, Randall Brent,, Sr., Randall Brent, Jr., William Hutchenson, Colo Humphery Warren, George Brett, William Barton, Martin Spencer, John Beane, Francis Franton, Edward Till, James Barratt, Dr, William Hall, Thomas Browne, Susan Skeene, Mr, Thomas Hussey, Thomas Plankettl Henry Hawkins, Mrs, Botell,
Mentions: 2 orphans (unnamed).
Administrator/Executor: Petter Mackmillion (executor of Elisabeth Bullett (executrix of the deceased)),
===
Charles County Circuit Court Liber M, Page 8
12 Oct 1685; Deed of Gift from Rando. Brandt and Mary his wife, to their son-in-law Joseph Bullett and their dau. Elizabeth his wife; a tract called Thomas Town on the south side of St. Thomas Creek adjoining land formerly laid out for Thomas Simpson; containing 200 acres; /s/ Rando. Brandt, Mary Branch (mark); wit. Henry Bonner, Jos. Menton 
Brandt, Elizabeth (I010834)
 
56246 Bullit, Joseph, Charles County, 3rd Sept., 1709;
23rd Nov., 1709.
To brother Benja. Bullit, ex. and hrs., 200 A., "'Joseph Bullit's. Folly" and 30 A. taken up by father
to cousin Randle Brent and hrs., last -named tract should brother die without issue,
to Ann, dau. of Randle and Anne Brent, "Joseph Bullit's Folly" should brother afsd. die without issue.
to cousin Katharine Brent, dau. of afad., 100 A.,
Test: Richd. Wade., Alex. Nelson, Beni. Thomas. MCW Part 2-12. 209
===
Randolph Brandt 31.127 CH £465.10.8 Mar 23 1744 May 29 1745
Appraisers: Joseph Gwinn, Charles Yates.
Creditors: Mary Hamerly, Jacob Brandt.
Next of kin: Anne Smoote, Catharine Hawkins.
Administratrix: Anne Brandt. 
Brandt, Anne (I002221)
 
56247 Bullit, Joseph, Charles County, 3rd Sept., 1709; 23rd Nov., 1709.
To brother Benja. Bullit, ex. and hrs., 200 A., "'Joseph Bullit's. Folly" and 30 A. taken up by father
to cousin Randle Brent and hrs., last -named tract should brother die without issue,
to Ann, dau. of Randle and Anne Brent, "Joseph Bullit's Folly" should brother afsd. die without issue.
to cousin Katharine Brent, dau. of afsd., 100 A.,
Test: Richd. Wade., Alex. Nelson, Benj. Thomas. MCW Part 2-12. 209
==
Brandt, Randolph, gent, Chas. Co... 12th Dec., 1711; 26th May, 1713.
To son Randolph, personalty, including houses, armes, plate, buttons, eta.
to daus. Katharine, Anne and Mary, personalty, including certain stock at brother's
to wife Ann, extx.,, use of plantation during life., and residue of personal estate; also, jointly with child. afsd., estate devised by brother Marcus Brandt, of Barbadoes.
Test: Wm. Maconchie, Jno. Beale, Wm. Thomas. 13.506,
===
Thomas Hawkins 124934 CH £1389.3.8 Mar 3 1775 Jul 20 1775
Appraisers: George Keech, Thomas Posey.
Creditors: Robert Mundell for John Glassford & Co.
Next of kin: Hendley Smoot, John N. Smoot.
Executors: Katharine Hawkins, Henry Smith Hawkins.
===
Randolph Brandt 31.127 CH £465.10.8 Mar 23 1744 May 29 1745
Appraisers: Joseph Gwinn, Charles Yates.
Creditors: Mary Hamerly, Jacob Brandt.
Next of kin: Anne Smoote, Catharine Hawkins.
Administratrix: Anne Brandt.
===
Anne Smoot 67.206 CH Apr 11 1759 May 30 1759
Appraisers: John Marshall, Thomas Catrall (also Thomas Cotterell}
Creditors: James Cambell.
Next of kin: Thomas Hawkins, Catharine Hawkins. Henry Hawkins.
Executor: Charles Smoote.
===
Charles County Maryland Circuit Court Records, Liber H#2, Page 6
26 Mar 1715; Deed of Gift from Anne Brandt, widow, to her 4 children, Randolph Brandt, Catherine Brandt, Anne Brandt and Mary Brandt; 1/2 of estate left her by her dec'd husband Randolph Brandt; /s/ Anne Brandt; wit. Tho. Stone, Mary Parry, Isabella Royse; 22 Nov 1715 Mary Parry and Isabelle Royse made oath regarding signature of Anne Brandt
===
Charles County Land Record Book A#2, 1752-1756; Page 42 (41). Oct 3, 1752 from Alexr Smith Hawkins of CC, planter, to William Wates of St. Mary's County, Gent, and Sarah Smith Wates, his wife, for 30,000 lbs of tobacco and for the natural love which sd Alexr has for his sd son & daughter, William & Sarah Smith Wates, he gives them all that tract of land called Coombs' purchase, lying in CC, and bounded by the original survey, the land of Courts Keech formerly the land of John Courts, containing and laid out for about 150 acres. To have and to hold, to sd Willm Wates during his natural life, and to the sd Sarah Smith Wates, her heirs and assigns, forever. Signed - Alexr (A his mark) Smith Hawkins. Wit - Geo. Dent, John Dent, Thos Hawkins.
Catherine, the wife of the sd Alexr Smith Hawkins, relinquished her right of dower in sd land. Recorded Oct 5, 1752.
=== note that Catherine did not sign dower release so she probably died before this date.
Charles Co Land Records 1752-1756 Liber, A #1 ½; Page (286).
Jan 16, 1755 from Alexander Smith Hawkins of CC, planter, to his son, Thomas Hawkins of CC, planter, for 150 £ sterling, a tract of land which sd Alexander formerly, by deed dated Jun 15, 1738, purchased of Samuel Perry, adjoining the land of Alexander Smith, containing and laid out for about 254 acres. Signed-Alexander Smith (A his mark) Hawkins. Wit-Henery Smith Hawkins, Joh. Allford, Thomas Stone, Walter Hanson. Recorded Feb 10, 1755. 
Brandt, Catherine (I002218)
 
56248 Burch Edward 109 Administration Bond 1829-1833 Charles County MD Administrative Accounts WK 247-248-2 MSA CM366-20 109

Leonard S. Robey, administrator May 11, 1830

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Charles County, Maryland Land Records 1813-1814; Liber IB-10 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 252. At the request of Margaret Burch the following Deed was recorded March 23, 1813
Indenture made March 13, 1813; Edward Burch of Thomas in consideration of $900 and {page missing} current money of United States paid by Margaret Burch (daughter of Edward Burch of Thomas) has sold the following tracts called "Norwich" beginning at a bound tree of "Ware" and containing and now laid out for 167 ½ acres with ½ acre graveyard excepted. Signed Edward Burch of Thomas in the presence of and acknowledged before John W. McPherson, Joseph Simpson
March 13, 1813; Lucy Brooke Burch wife of Edward Burch of Thomas relinquished her right of dower
===
Charles County, Maryland Land Records 1813-1814; Liber IB-10 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 255. At the request of Margaret Burch and Ann Burch the following Deed was recorded March 23, 1813
Indenture made March 13, 1813; Edward Burch of Thomas in consideration of $200 current money of United States paid by Margaret Burch and Ann Burch has sold a tract called "Bridge Town" containing about 25 acres. Signed Edward Burch of Thomas in the presence of and acknowledged before John W. McPherson, Joseph Simpson
March 13, 1813; Lucy Brooke Burch wife of Edward Burch of Thomas relinquished her right of dower
Contributed by Shirley Middleton Moller
===
Charles County, Maryland Land Records 1813-1814; Liber IB-10 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 258. At the request of Mary Burch and Ann Burch the following Deed was recorded March 23, 1813
Indenture made March 13, 1813; Edward Burch of Thomas in consideration of $950 current money of the United States paid by Mary Burch and Ann Burch has sold a tract called "Ware" containing 250 or 300 acres; also a tract called Thomas's Enlargement containing about 63 acres and immediately adjoining the tract of land called the "Ware". Signed Edward Burch of Thomas in the presence of and acknowledged before John W. McPherson, Joseph Simpson
March 13, 1813; Lucy Brooke Burch wife of Edward Burch of Thomas relinquished her right of dower
===
Charles County Maryland Will Book HB-14, 1817-1825; {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 121.
Alexander Robey Sr., Will, December 13, 1818; November 3, 1820
I, Alexander Robey of CC, being weak in body, but of sound and disposing mind, memory and understanding;
To son Elias Robey, the houses he now occupies and 2 acres of land around and above.
To two sons Heshijah Robey (during his natural life and then to Elias Robey) and Alexander Robey the whole of my real estate equally except for the above two acres.
To son Baruch Robey, 1 dollar.
To three grandchildren, Eliza Robey, Catharine Robey and Horace Robey, 1 dollar each.
Item: the rest and residue of my estate as follows; 1/4th to son Elias Robey, 1/4th part to daughter Cassandra's children to wit; Elenor Franklin, Adah Franklin, Sarah Franklin, William Robey Franklin, Alexander Franklin and Cassandra Franklin, 1/4th part to my daughter Chloe's children; William Thomas Robey and Sarah Robey, and remaining 1/4th part to my daughter Lucy Robey.
Executor: son Elias Robey
Signed: December 13, 1818 A Robey Senr
Wit: James Herbert, George H. Spalding, Daniel Carrington
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Charles County, Maryland Land Records 1806-1808; Liber IB-7 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 167.
At the request of Timothy Carrington the following Bill of Sale was recorded August 25, 1806
whereas I Daniel Carrington all and stands justly indebted to Timothy Carrington in the sum of $100 and any further on ascertained sum due from me to the said Timothy Carrington and respecting my mother's estate and whereas the said Timothy Carrington at my request has entered into a bond conditioned for the faithful performance of my duty as Constable and for Charles County aforesaid and has also entered into recognizance to the State of Maryland conditioned that I shall indemnify Charles County for any expense relating to an illegitimate child which Lucy Robey has charged me with being the father of and whereas the said Timothy Carrington also stands bound by the judgment of Charles County to pay for me a large quantity of tobacco was certain costs of suit to a certain Samuel Hanson and I am desirous to secure the said Timothy Carrington the payment of the said sums of money and to indemnify and save him harmless from any loss arising from his executing the said bond and entering into the said recognizance and from the judgment so as aforesaid rendered in favor the said Samuel Hanson. Now know by these presents that I Daniel Carrington in consideration of the premises and for the sum of 10 pounds paid by Timothy Carrington have sold and delivered into his possession negroes Harry (22 yrs.) And Rachel (8 yrs.) And 3 head of horses. Provided that I Daniel Carrington shall well and truly pay unto the said Timothy Carrington the said sum of money and save him harmless and indemnified as relating to the said bond and the said recognizance and the said judgment that everything in this condition shall cease and be void.In witness I have hereunto set my hand and seal this August 25, 1806, Daniel Carrington, in the presence of and acknowledged before Gerrard Briscoe
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 397-129: NORWICH: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Dorsett, Thomas : Surveyed 22 March 1719 for Samuel Williams beginning at a bounded Red Oak standing on a hill near the land of Mr. James Stoddert.: Conveyance notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, 100 Acres - Thomas Dorsett from Thomas Middleton Jr.; 2 Mar 1738,, 
Robey, Lucy Brooke (I013369)
 
56249 Burch Edward 109 Administration Bond 1829-1833 Charles County MD Administrative Accounts WK 247-248-2 MSA CM366-20 109

Leonard S. Robey, administrator May 11, 1830 
Robey, Leonard Smallwood (I066122)
 
56250 Burdett, Parthenia, of Nanjemy, Chas. County, 17th Feb., 1697; 13th Mch., 1697,
To John Hamilton, son of testatrix' sister, all lands.
to sister Catherine Boughton and her assignees., all personal estate.
Ex. not given.
Test: Wm. Dent, Sam'l Boughton, Gerard Fowke 6.75.
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John Hamillton 8.221 A #14455 #15978 Oct 2 1684
List of debts: Ed. Greenhalgh.
Payments to: John Willder, Robert Hamilton, Thomas Huzzey, Capt. Garrard, Capt.
Edmond Paine, Mr. Philip Lynes, William Dent.
Richard Chandler and Elizabeth his wife admx of John Hamilton deceased, account of his estate
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Mr. John Hamblton 9.38 I Nov 30 1684 [CC]
Appraisers: John Stone, William Smith.
Mentions: Mr. Richard Chandler.
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber C, Page 270; 24 Jun 1668;
Trust by Verlinda Burdit, admn. of Thomas Burdit, dec'd, before her marriage to Richard Boughton; for children, Elizabeth Burdit, Francis Burdit, Parthenia Burdit, and Sarah Burdit; her brothers, Samuel Eaton and Nathaniel Eaton, to be trustees for part of her late husband's estate including 1,000 acres of BURDIT'S REST and BURDIT'S NEST; /s/ Verlinda Burdit; wit. Gerrard Fowke, Richard Boughton
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9/22/1729: Deed from John Hamilton, planter to Francis Meek, carpenter the land formerly belonging to Thomas Burdit and Capt. William Lewis, 100 ac., which land was formerly in the possession of Philip Land and from him conveyed to George Thompson of SMC by deed dated 10/10/1679. Thompson afterwards conveyed sd. land to John Hamilton, grandfather of afsd. John Hamilton. (CC Liber M, #2).  
Burditt, Elizabeth (I007998)
 

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