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

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56251 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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Mrs. Parthenia Burditt 16.18 I CH 65.19.10 Apr 4 1698
Appraisers: John Barker, John Bannester,
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Mrs Anne Doughty 9.30 I 41.17,10 Jul 29 1683
Appraisers: Robert Potts, Edward Minge.
Executrices: Parthena Pourditt, Sarah Pourditt.
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Chandler, Richard, Charles County, 12th Oct, 1686; 16th Oct 1697
To mother Mrs. Anne Fowke, personalty during life; at her decease to bro. Gerard Fowke.
To Sisters Mary Fowke and Eliza Dent, Parthenia Burditt, John Hamilton (at age 21), Anne Burford, Jr., nephew William Chandler and niece Jane Chandler, personalty.
to nephew Richard Chandler, and hrs, entire real estate; he dying during minority sd estate to pass to
Bro. Gerard afsd. ex. and resid. legatee. Not signed:
Note: Proven 16th Oct. 1697, by oath of Maj. William Dent, Charles County, who wrote sd. will. 26th Aug., 1697,, Parthenia Burdit testifies that she had heard Richard Chandler say that shd. Mrs. Jane Brent, his niece, marry against his liking she shd. have no share in his estate. 26th Aug.,1697, Nicholas Cooper, aged 50. T. P.17.95.
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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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Charles County Circuit Court Liber K, Page 336
22 May 1684; From Parthema Burditt and Sara Burditt to ?Rich. Boughton for 12,000# tobacco; cattle, hogs, household goods; /s/ Parthema Butditt (mark), Sara Burditt (mark); wit. Rich. Chandler, Cooper 
Burditt, Parthenia (I011122)
 
56252 Burford, Thomas, Chas. County, 4th Feb,, 1697;
1st Mch, 1697,
To sons Benjamin and Charles Warren and hrs., personalty at 21 yrs. of age,
to Notley Warren, sisters Eliza Cattle (Cottrell) and Jane Dodd and brothers-in-law James Cattle (Cottrell) and Richard Dodd, and to godson Humphery Warren, personalty.
Ex.: Walter Story.
Test: Jno. Gouch, Notley Warren, Rich'd Morris. 6.939
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Pope, John, Charles County, 5th Sept., 1684; 18th Oct., 1684.
To Joseph Cornell, Charles County, 350 A., "Batton's Clifts."
To kinswoman Eliza: Burford and hrs., 200 A., "Brian's Clifts."
To Thomas Burford, brother of sd. Eliza:, tract afsd. in event of death of sd. Eliza: without issue.
To Bereshebay and Mary Harris, 400 A., "Rome."
To Mary Peter, Edward Baxter, Chris. Shadwell, personalty.
Ex.: Jos. Carvill. Test: Lawrence Young, Jas. Halliman, Wm. Wader, Edward Boteler. MCW 4. 64.
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Charles County Maryland Land Records, Liber Z, Page 240
Recorded at request of George Plater, Esq.:
2 Nov 1705; Indenture from James Cottrell, Gent., and Elizabeth his wife, one of the daughters and co-heirs of Thomas Burford, to George Plater, Gent.; John Pope, planter, by indenture dated 16 Oct 1682 for consideration of 10,000# tobacco to Tho. Burford, Gent., a half part of the plantation where John Pope then dwelled called - on the Potomac River; bounded by Baker's Creek; containing 200 acres; Thomas Clipsham, Gent., and Susannah his wife, by deed dated 10 Jun 1683. for 4,000# tobacco sold to Buford a parcel called Clipsham at the mouth of Baker's Creek; bounded by Marshland and the Potomac Creek at the mouth of the Creek; laid out for 68 acres; Thomas Burford's will 13 Mar 1686 bequeathed to his son, Thomas Burford, the aforementioned land; the son Thomas d. intestate and land fell to Anne Plater, wife of George Plater, Elizabeth Cottrell wife of James Cottrell, Jane Dod wife of Richard Dod, and Frances Burford were co-heirs of sd. Tho. Burford, dec'd; for "the sum of pound Sterling" paid by Plater, James Cottrell and Elizabeth ack. aforementioned 2 tracts of land their 4th part of the moiety of the plantation of John Pope; /s/ James Cottrell, Elizabeth Cottrell (mark); wit. Thomas Legmore, John Manning, Dan1l. Dullany; 2 Nov 1705 James Cottrell and Elizabeth his wife ack. deed; no alienation paid; recorded in May 1706 
Burford, Elizabeth (I011033)
 
56253 Burford, Thomas, Chas. County, 4th Feb,, 1697; 1st Mch, 1697,
To sons Benjamin and Charles Warren and hrs., personalty at 21 yrs. of age,
to Notley Warren, sisters Eliza Cattle and Jane Dodd and brothers-in-law James Cattle and Richard Dodd, and to godson Humphery Warren, personalty.
Ex.: Walter Story.
Test: Jno. Gouch, Notley Warren, Rich'd Morris. 6.939
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Charles County Maryland Land Records, Liber Z, Page 240
Recorded at request of George Plater, Esq.:
2 Nov 1705; Indenture from James Cottrell, Gent., and Elizabeth his wife, one of the daughters and co-heirs of Thomas Burford, to George Plater, Gent.; John Pope, planter, by indenture dated 16 Oct 1682 for consideration of 10,000# tobacco to Tho. Burford, Gent., a half part of the plantation where John Pope then dwelled called - on the Potomac River; bounded by Baker's Creek; containing 200 acres; Thomas Clipsham, Gent., and Susannah his wife, by deed dated 10 Jun 1683. for 4,000# tobacco sold to Buford a parcel called Clipsham at the mouth of Baker's Creek; bounded by Marshland and the Potomac Creek at the mouth of the Creek; laid out for 68 acres; Thomas Burford's will 13 Mar 1686 bequeathed to his son, Thomas Burford, the aforementioned land; the son Thomas d. intestate and land fell to Anne Plater, wife of George Plater, Elizabeth Cottrell wife of James Cottrell, Jane Dod wife of Richard Dod, and Frances Burford were co-heirs of sd. Tho. Burford, dec'd; for "the sum of pound Sterling" paid by Plater, James Cottrell and Elizabeth ack. aforementioned 2 tracts of land their 4th part of the moiety of the plantation of John Pope; /s/ James Cottrell, Elizabeth Cottrell (mark); wit. Thomas Legmore, John Manning, Danll. Dullany; 2 Nov 1705 James Cottrell and Elizabeth his wife ack. deed; no alienation paid; recorded in May 1706 
Burford, Jane (I011032)
 
56254 Burges, Charles.
Publication 1732.
Gen. note Part of index to Lancaster County Wills
and Administrations (1652-1800)
Note p. 325-326. Accounts rec. 13 may 1743.
Note Deeds, Etc., No. 13, 1736-1743 (Reel 4)

Burges, Charles.
Publication 1732.
Gen. note Part of index to Lancaster County Wills
and Administrations (1652-1800)
Note p. 239-240. Will pro. 14 Mar. 1732.
p. 251-254. Inv. & appr. rec. 11 Apr. 1733.
Note Deeds & Wills No. 12, 1727-1736 (Reel 3)

Burges, Charles.
Publication 1740.
Gen. note Part of index to Lancaster County Wills
and Administrations (1652-1800)
Note p. 10-10a. Estate division rec. 9 Mar. 1743.
p. 31-33. Gdn. accounts rec. 12 Oct. 1744.
p. 93-94a. Gdn. accounts rec. 9 Aug. 1745.
p. 125a-127. Gdn. accounts rec. 12 Sept. 1746.
Note Deeds & Wills, No. 14, 1743-1750 (Reel 4)

Burges, Charles.
Publication 1740.
Gen. note Part of index to Lancaster County Wills
and Administrations (1652-1800)
Note p. 186-187. Gdn. accounts rec. 10 Oct. 1740.
p. 235-236. Gdn. accounts rec. 14 Aug. 1741.
p. 279-281. Gdn. accounts rec. 3 Aug. 1742.
p. 289. Gdn. accounts rec. 10 Sept. 1742.
p. 339-341. Gdn. accounts rec. 12 Aug. 1743.
Note Deeds, Etc., No. 13, 1736-1743 (Reel 4)
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://vagenweb.rootsweb.com/hening/vol04-23.htm#page_452
URL title: Hening's Statutes at Large
Note:
An Act for the better enabling the Executors of the last Will and Testament of Charles Burges, gent. deceased, to pay his Debts, and Legacies.

I. WHEREAS Charles Burges, late of the county of Lancaster, gent. deceased, was in his life time, and at the time of his death, seised in fee simple, of divers plantations, and parcels of land, with the appurtenances, lying and being in the counties of Prince-William, and Spotsylvania; that is to say, Three thousand two hundred and thirty acres, lying and being in the said county of Prince-William, near the mountains, called the Coblers, granted to him by right honourable Thomas, lord Fairfax, proprietor of the Northern Neck, in Virginia, by his certain deed poll, bearing date the fifteenth day of June, in the year of our lord one thousand seven hundred and thirty one; three thousand and forty six acres, lying and being near the mountains, in the said county of Prince-William, granted to him by the said lord Fairfax, by one other deed poll, bearing date the same fifteenth day of June, in the year aforesaid; eleven hundred and seventy six acres, lying and being on Goose-Creek in the said county of Prince-William, granted to him by the said lord Fairfax, by one other deed poll, bearing date the seventeenth day of June, in the year of our lord one thousand seven hundred and thirty one; and two thousand nine hundred and twenty five acres, lying and being upon Goose Creek, aforesaid, in the said county of Executors of Charles Burges, empowered to sell his lands in Prince-William and Spotsylvania.

Prince-William, granted to him by the said lord Fairfax, by one other deed poll, bearing date the thirteenth day of September, in the year of our lord one thousand seven hundred and thirty one; and seven thousand four hundred acres, lying and being in the little fork of Rappahanock river, in the said county of Spotsylvania, granted to him by patent, under the great seal of Virginia, bearing date the twenty fifth day of August, in the year of our lord one thousand seven hundred and thirty one, aforesaid, amounting, in the whole, to seventeen thousand seven hundred and seventy seven acres; besides divers other parcels of land, with the appurtenances, of considerable value. And whereas the said Charles Burges, at the time of his death, being possessed of, and interested in, a great number of slaves, and a personal estate, consisting mostly of outstanding debts, many of which are precarious, or cannot be recovered in any short time, did make his last will and testament, in writing, bearing date the fourth day of November, in the year of our lord one thousand seven hundred and thirty two, whereby he gave several considerable legacies to Frances Burges, his wife, and to his sisters, leaving only three daughters, and the greatest part of his estate undisposed of, and appointed his said wife, and Edwin Conway, and James Ball, gent. executors of his said last will; and since his death, many great debts have been demanded of the said executors, which exceed, and must exhaust, the whole value of the said slaves, and personal estate, if the creditors should bring their actions, and serve executions which will likewise be attended with great expences; whereby the testator's lands must remain a burthen upon the said children, without any hopes of improving or raising any profits out of them. And though by an act of the parliament of Great Britain, lately made, all lands, in the plantations, are made liable to be sold, as a personal estate, for the paiment of debts, yet, in this case, that must be done upon executions, which must issue upon judgments obtained by the creditors, who have their election to take such part of the other estate as may be more easily sold: Therefore, for saving the great expence of law charges, which must necessarily attend the discharging the said debts, in the ordinary course of administration; for preserving the slaves, or such part of them as may be necessary for the cultivating and improving Recital of act of parliament, subjecting lands to sale, in the colonies.

such of the testator's lands as are like to bring in the most profit; and for the better performing and executing the said last will, by paying the legacies contained therein;

II. May it please your most excellent Majesty, at the humble suit of the said Frances Burges, Edwin Conway, and James Ball, That it may be enacted; and be it enacted, by the Lieutenant-Governor, Council and Burgesses, of this present General Assembly, and by the authority of the same, That the said Frances Burges, Edwin Conway, and James Ball, or any two of them, and the survivors and survivor of them, and the executors of such survivor, or the administrator of the goods and chattels of the said Charles Burges, by them not administered, be and are hereby severally impowered, to sell to any person or persons, who shall be willing to purchase the same, and for the best price that can be got, all, or any part of the said seventeen thousand seven hundred and seventy seven acres of land, above mentioned and described; and to execute all deeds and conveiances necessary in the law, for assuring unto such purchaser or purchasers, a good estate in fee simple, in the lands so to be purchased: and such purchaser or purchasers shall afterwards for ever peaceably and quietly hold and enjoy the lands, so purchased, to them and their heirs for ever. And the money paid by such purchaser or purchasers, shall be applied, in the first place, to paying the debts, and then the legacies, of the said Charles Burges. And this act is declared to be a public act.

III. Saving to the king's most excellent majesty, his heirs and successors, and to all and every other person or persons, bodies politic and corporate, their heirs and successors, (other than the heirs of the said Charles Burges, and the persons claiming under his will) all such right, title, estate, interest, claim, and demand whatsoever, of, in, and to, all or any of the lands before mentioned, as they, every, or any of them, had, should, or might have had, if this act had never been made.
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Charles Burgess was called friend and named one of the executors of William Payne who married Judith
Merryman.

Title: The Paynes of Virginia
Author: Payne, Col. Brooke
Publication: 2nd Ed., Third printing C. J. Carrier
Co., Harrisonburg VA 1998
Note: Originally published 1937
Page: 480
Text: To wife Judith the use of his entire estate to bring up his children with a good education; to his dau.-in-law (stepdau.) Katherine, w. of Dr. Mark
Bannerman, 3 slaves; to his brothers John and George Payne, all his wearing apparel and the remission of their debts to him; to brother Robert Mitchell (husband of William's sister Susannah), a silver watch; to friend Charles Burgess, one guinea; to mother Susannah Ladner, a slave; to his children, Merriman, a silver tankard with a monogram engraved upon it; William, received 100 Pounds; Susannah, a slave; and Judith ?. Executors were his wife, Robert Mitchell, son-in-law (stepson), Mark Bannerman and Charles Burgess. Witness was John Chicester.

Pardridge/Partridge Family File
http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=ce27337&id=I140 1&printer_friendly
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Coutance (Coutanceau, Coutanciau), John, Northumberland
Co., Va.17th Dec., 1718; 21st Jan., 1718.
To uncle William Young, aunt Sarah Ball, cousin Dorcas Walters, cousins John Young and Joseph Ball, Jr., uncle Richard Ball, cousins Katherine and Elizabeth Walters, Mary Ball, Elizabeth Hack, Sarah dau. of Richard Ball, Margaret Ball and Mr. David Ball, personalty.
To John Young, Joseph Ball, Jr., and Doroes Walters, residue of estate.
Ex.: Cousin Joseph Ball.
Test: Charles Burges, David Ball, Patrick Bailey.
17 Dec., 1718. Assignment of certain personalty to Capt. Richard Ball afsd. for use of testator's bro. Peter and hrs., sd. personalty to be delivered to sd.
bro. when he shall come to age.
Test: Charles Burges, aged 36, David Ball, aged 46.
Additional testimony of Mrs. Sarah Ball, aged 57, wife of Capt. Richard Ball, shows that testator was under legal age at date of this assignment. 21. 692.

St. Mary's County Will Abstracts, 1638-1800
http://userpages.umbc.edu/~pdavis2/Participants/dawsonm/genealogy/wills/wi lls_c.htm

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Richmond County, Virginia Wills and Inventories 1707-1719; {Robert K. Headley, Jr}:
p.290 - Benjamin DEVERALL, will; 22 Oct 1716, 5 Dec 1716
bro. Joseph (of England) and bro's two chil. John and Susannah; cousin William MORGAN; Mary TAYLOR (wife of Humphrey TAYLOR); wife Rachel; dau. [unnamed); chil. of sis. Hannah MORGAN; ex: wife, dau., bro. Joseph, fr. William BRONAUGH and Samuel MATHEWS: wits: Benjamin STROTHER, William MORGAN, John DAVIS. [Rachel DEVERALL wid. of Benjamin and Jeremiah DEVERALL, surgeon, both of Bristol, England, appointed Charles BURGES of Va. their attorney, 25 Jul 1717, 20 Feb 1719/20. MR, pp. 95a, 112a.]

p.292 - Benjamin DEVERALL, inv. pres. by Capt. Samuel MATHEWS, adm; 6 Feb 1716.
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Contributed by: James Hughes

Note:
p.109. Power of Atty. 10 Aug. 1719. Saml. Skinker to Charles Burges of Richd Co. Mercht. A long complicated entry concerning Deverell Estate.
signed Sam'l Skinker
Wit:
Tho's Turner
Benja Strother
Wm Strother Jun'r
Rec. Sept 1719.

p.112-A. Power of Atty. 20 Feb. 1719/20. Rachell Deverell of the City of Bristoll Widow and Jeremiah Deverell of the same City Surgeon (Two of the Executors named in the last Will and Testament of Benjamin Deveroll sometime of the said City of Bristoll and afterwards of Virginia dec'd and who have duly proved the same)" to " our well beloved Friend Charles Burges of Virginia aforesaid Merchant" to collect accounts.
signed
Rachell Deverell
Jerem'h Deverell
Wit:
Will'm Stretton
Alexand'r Parker
Proved in Rd. Co. Court by oaths of Witnesses 4th May 1720.

p.114.
The Estate of Mr Tho:Fitzhugh Dec'd in Tob'co is
To a Judgement of Stafford Court
To Do To Mr Charles Burgess March 10 1719 5039

Source:
Fleet, Beverley,
Richmond County records, 1704-1724
Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. County, 1961, 116 pgs.

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1720-1733 Richmond Co VA Deed Book 8; Antient Press: (Page 32)
THIS INDENTURE made the Twenty seventh day of February in the Seventh year of the Reigne of our Sovereigne Lord George by the grace of God of Great Brittain France and Ireland, King, Defender of the faith &c., and in the yeare of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and Twenty. Between JOHN LOMAX of Parish of SAINT MARYs in County of ESSEX within the Dominion of Virginia, Gentn of one part and CHARLES BURGESS of Parish of Hanover in County of Richmond of other part; Wittnesses, that JOHN LOMAX for diverse good causes and valluable considerations him thereunto especially moveing, by these presents cloth demsie grant and to farme lett unto CHARLES BURGESS and assignes all that Plantation whereon JANE PORTER alias SMITH now dwelleth scituate in Parish of Hanover and County of Richmond, Begining at the mouth of MANGY EAMUXON CREEK, from thence runing up the River Bank to a markt. red Oake tree at the edge of the Plantation whereon JOHN BROWN now dwelleth. thence on a right line over to a markt. Hickory tree on aforesd. Creek and from thence down said Creek Banks to the first begining at the mouth thereof; with all houses and all other edifices profitts comodities and priviledges appertaining; To have and to hold the
tenement and all other the premises with the appurtenances unto CHARLES BURGESS during the terme of Twenty one years from the date of these presents paying therefore every year unto JOHN LOMAX his heirs the Rent or sume of Five pounds of good and lawful! money of England in good and sufficient Bills of Exchange on every Feast day of Saint Mathias: In Witness whereof the parties aforesd. have to these presents interchangably set their hands and seals the day and yeare first above written Signed Sealed and Delivered in presence of
THOS: TURNER, JNO: LOMAX
WILL: STROTHER JUNR.
At a Court held for Richmond County the Fifth day of Aprill 1721
This Lease from JOHN LOMAX to CHARLES BURGESS was this day proved in open Court by the Oaths of THOMAS TURNER and WILLIAM STROTHER JUNR., witnesses thereto, and admitted to Record Teste M. BECKWITH, Cl Cur

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Decr. 13, 1730. George x Proctor of St. Geo. Par., Spts. County, Planter, to "Charles Burges of St. Mary's,
White Chappell, in the county of Lancaster, Merchant." 15, 1000 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. County, as by pat. Sept. 28, 1728. Joseph Parker, Batholomew x Redman, Charles Steward. Feby. 2, 1730-1.

Decr. 13, 1730. Edward Price of St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., planter, to Charles Burges of St. Mary's, White
Chappell, in the County of Lancaster, Merchant. 1000 a. as by pat. Septr. 28, 1728, in St. Geo. Par., Spts.
Co. John Blake, Jno. Grayson, Junr., Thos. Phillips, Bryan x Shannon. Feby. 2, 1730-1.

Decr. 13, 1730. John Price of St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., to Charles Burges of St. Mary's White Chappell,
in the County of Lancaster, Merchant. 10, 1000 a. as by pat. dated Septr. 8, 1728, in St. Geo. Par., Spts.
Co. J. Taliaferro, Joseph Parker, Richard Hill, Henry x Herronton. Feby. 2, 1730-1.

Spotsylvania County Records , Page 116
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1721-1735 King George County Deed Book 1-A, (Antient Press); pp. 201-204
ndenture 4th/5th May 1732 between THOMAS HARWOOD of Parish of
Hanover King George County Planter and CHARLES BURGES of Parish of
White Chappel the county of Lancaster Gent. .. by deeds of lease and release .. for Thirty pounds Sterling and Six hundred pounds of Tobacco sold 200 acres beginning at Rappahannock River side; main count:. road dividing line of land of ENOCH INNIS from JAMES INNIS deced Brother
to said ENOCH by their Deced Father's will doth appear .. to main road; not to include any part of the plantation whereon sd THOMAS HARWOOD now dwells ..
Witnesses: W. Strother, Thomas x Harwood
F. Lewis
5th May 1732 .. Then came THOMAS HARWOOD acknowledged and THOMAS TURNER by Virtue of Power of Attorney from MARGARET wife of sd THOMAS relinquished her Right of Dower & thirds ..
Know all men .. I THOMAS HARWOOD .. am bound unto CHARLES BURGES of Lancaster County Gent. .. in sum Eighty pounds current money of
Virginia .. 5th May 1732. Condition .. if truly observe all covenants ., obligation to be void or else remain ..
Presence W. Strother, Thomas x Harwood
F. Lewis
Know all men .. I MARGARET HARWOOD .. Impower Mr. THOMAS TURNER .. Lawfull Attorney .. 2nd May 1732.
Presence John Wybird, Margaret x Howard (sic)
Thomas Dowdall
3rd May 1732 .. Power of Attorney recorded.
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1731 - 1732 Prince William County, Virginia Deeds, Liber A {June Whitehurst Johnson}:
Pages 235-241. March 20, 1731. James McDonnell of Parish of Hamilton in County of Prince William, planter to Charles Burges of Parish of St. Marys White Chappel in County of Lancaster, Gent. for 4500 lbs. Tob....300 a....east side of that line which was granted to James McDonnell by deed from Proprietors Office for 600 a. dated June 16, 1731. Deeds of lease and release.
James McDonnell
Wit: John (x) Davis, Thomas Stamps.
At court May 17, 1732 James McDonnell acknowledged this release to Charles Burges, Gent. and Thomas Whitledge by virute of a Power of Attorney from Martha wife of James proved by oaths of wit. thereto relinquished her right of Dower to land conveyed by said deed.
Pages 241-242. Martha McDonnell of Hamilton Parish and Prince William do hereby nominate and appoint my well beloved friends Thomas Whitledge and Captain Robert Jones them or either of them my true and lawfull attorney for me and in my behalf to acknowledge all my right title and interest of Dower to land sold by my husband James unto Charles Burges. May 15, 1732.
Martha McDonnell
Wit: James McDonnell, Thomas Stamps.
At court May 17, 1732 this power of attorney from Martha McDonnell to Thomas Whitledge and Capt. Robert Jones was proved.

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07 Jul 1732 (King George DBA:269) The Estate of John ANDERSON deced to William BROWN his Executor 1721 DR.
To clks fees for probate; to Secretary fees; To funeral Expenses; to appraisers fees; to sd Willm. PULLON for looking after the Stock & Plantation one month before the Will was proved; to Alexr. PARKER's
Judgment for; To Clk's & Sherrif's fees; To quit rents for 120 acres of land 2 years; To Charles BURGES'S
Judgment; to Clks & Sherifs fees; to Walter ANDERSON'S Judgment; to Dorothy ANDERSON'S Judgment; to John PRICES decree; to paid Wm. BARRADALL to advise & state accounts; To my Trouble in receiving & paying; To a Copy of the Inventory .. Total 34.18.4 ..

Combs &c. Families
of King George Co VA http://www.combs-families.org/combs/records/va/king_george/
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1735-1743 King George County Deed Book 2 (Antient Press); pp. 41-42 Know all Men .. I JOHN BECHER of City of Bristol Esqr. .. appoint
SAMUEL SKINKER of Rappahanock River in Virginia in America Esqr. my true Attorney .. to demand from heirs .. of CHARLES BURGESS late of Rappahannock River aforsd: Mercht: Deceased .. all debts .. sums of money .. all amounts .. on account of any cargo .. consigned to sd Charles Burgess .. receave what shall appear to be due or belonging to me .. to submit for dispute .. granting my said Attorney full power .. 30th January 1735.
Presence Griffith Smith, John Becher
Henry Thomson
At a court held 2nd July 1736 .. Power of Attorney recorded.
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Abstracts of Lancaster County, Virginia Wills 1653-1800; {Ida J. Lee}
Fox, Ann. Will. 13 March 1722. Rec. 1 June 1723.
Legatees: Brother Wm. Daingerfield; sister, Frances Thacker; cousin, Ann Thacker; Edwin Daingerfield, and his wife Eliza- beth; Rev. Bartholomew Yeats and his wife Sarah; Vivian Ann Burgess; my daughter Frances Burgess wife of Chas. Burgess. Extrs. Charles Burgess and Frances his wife. Wits. Jane Williams, Rose Kaugh. W.B. 10, p. 435.
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Abstracts of Lancaster County, Virginia Wills 1653-1800; {Ida J. Lee}
MITCHELL, Wm., of Parish of St. Marie's White Chappel. 28 Jan. 1726. Rec. 10 Dec. 1729.
Wife: Margaret. Sons: William, my now dwelling place and plantation, and John. Daus: Mary, wife of Jno. Mott; Ann; Grace, wife of Mathias Machen; Sarah; Margaret, wife of Peter James Baily. Extrx: Wife. Wits: Chas Burgess, Wm. Smith, Martin Shearman, Jr. Codicil. Nov. 10, 1729. W.B. 12, p. 125.
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Abstracts of Lancaster County, Virginia Wills 1653-1800; {Ida J. Lee}
PAYNE, William, of Parish of St. Mary's White Chappell. 27 Aug. 1726. Rec. 14 Sept. 1726.
Wife: Judith.
Sons: Merryman and William Payne.
Daus: Susanna and Judith Payne.
Dau.-in-law: Katherine, wife of Mark Bannerman.
Brothers: John and George Payne.
Brother; Robert Mitchell.
Friend: Charles Burgess.
Mother: Susanna Laidner.
Exors: Wife and brother, Robert Mitchell; son-in-law Mark Bannerman and Charles Burgess.
Wits: Jo. Chichester and John Flint. W.B. 10, p 505.
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1731 - 1732 Prince William County, Virginia Deeds, Liber A {June Whitehurst Johnson}:
Pages 378-381. Aug. 4, 1732. Charles Burges of Parish of St. Mary White Chappell in county of Lancaster, Merchant to Thomas Chattin of same, planter.... for 10 lbs. 3 shillings and 6 pence sterl. and 870 lbs. of Tob.....on side of Goose Cr....2000 a... part of a deed from the proprietors Office for 1379 a. dated June 15, 1731. Deed of lease and release.
Cha. Burges
At court Oct. 18, 1.732 this release from Charles Burgess, Gent. to Thomas Chattin was proved by the oaths of wit.
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Contributed by: James Hughes

Deeds: 2-3 June 1767. Lease & Release. Between Burgess Smith & Alice, his wife ... and William Kincheloe ... 400 a. ... part of Charles Burgess grant ... 15 June 1731 ... line bet. Burgess Smith and Burgess Ball ... cor. of lotts 18 & 19 ... cor. of lotts 26 & 27 ... cor. of lotts 25, 26, 27 & 28 ... £90 ... Signed: Burges Smith, Alice Smith Wit: Jos. Blackwell, John (X) Rector, Will'm. (X) Fitzgarril, Wm. Peake. Recorded 27 July 1767, proved by oath of Joseph Blackwell, John Rector, William Peake.

21-22 October 1768. Lease & Release. Between William Kincheloe & Molly, his wife and John Kincheloe ... 183 1/2 a. ... oak in dividing line between Burgess Smith and Burgess Ball ... a large rock marked K_ ... part of 400 a. sold to William Kincheloe by Burgess Smith, 3 June 1767, part of larger tract granted to Charles Burgess by grant, 15 June 1731 ... 55.1s. ... Signed: William Kinchiloe, Molly Kinchiloe. Wit: Jos. Hudnall, Ge. Bennitt, John Fishback. Rec: 24 Oct. 1768, ack. by grantors. 1771. B & S. Bet. John Rector & Catherine, h. w. and William Murry . . L62.16~. . . 157 A. . . dividing line bet. Ball & Smith . . car. to John Kincheloe's Lott . . part of larger tract (as bove)
(Thomas Glascock and Agnes, h. w. mentioned as grantors in body if deed?) . . Signed: John Rector. Wit: Thorn Marshall. Ret: 28 Oct. 1771, ack. by grantor.
22 August 1774. B & S. Bet. Thomas Glascock & Agnas, his wife of Leeds Par. .. and John Kincheloe .. £-60 .. l00a. .. cor. to John Leak [Lake?] .. oak in line of Edward Laurence .. Signed: Thomas Glascock, Agnas (X) Glascock. Wits: J. Markham, Richard Rixey, Jr., Samuel Grigsby. Rec: 22 August 1774, ack. by Thomas and Agnes Glascock 22 May 1775. B & S. Bet. John Monday of Leeds Par. and John Kincheloe, of same .. -58 .. 103 a. .. Beg. at a Span. oak cor. to Wm. Turley .. in line of Edward Laurence .. to Wm. Turley .. same purch. of Thomas Glascock .. Signed: John Monday. Wits: John Barker, John
Macmillian, James (X) Toole (Tolle). Rec: 22 May 1775, ack. by Monday.
22 June 1778. B & S. Bet. Uriah Rector & Elizabeth, h. w. of Leeds Par and George Glascock of same .. -70 .. on waters of Goose Creek,
part of purch. of John Rector, dec'd, of Burgess Ball .. sd. Glascock's land
..cor. of sd. Glascock, Wm. Turley & John Kincheloe .. Lick Branch .. line of
John Peyton Harrison .. 48 a. .. Signed: Uriah Rector, Elizabeth Rector.
Rec: 22 June 1778, ack. by grantors.
22 June 1778. B & S. Bet. Uriah Rector & Elizabeth, h. w. of Leeds Par. and Thomas Neavil .. -81 .. on waters of Goose Creek .. part of tract purch. by John Rector, dec'd of Burgess Ball of Lan. Co. .. line of John Peyton Harrison and cor. of Geo. Glascock .. in line of John Kincheloe .. Lick Branch .. 154 a. .. Signed: Uriah Rector, Elizabeth Rector. Rec: 22 June 1778, ack. by grantors.

VAFAUQUI-L Archives
http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/VAFAUQUI/2005-09/1125631659 
Burgess, Charles (I040308)
 
56255 Burgess, William (b. 9 OCT 1721, d. 27 JUL 1778)
Note: [IMPORTANT - Researcher's Note]

William Burgess (known as William Burgess of Bedford County, Virginia), may be the possible son of John Burgess and Jane Mackelfresh. It is possible that William is the descendant of Colonel William Burgess, Esquire, of Maryland.

In the book "Anne Arundel Gentry" by Harry Wright Newman, William is listed as the son of John and Jane Burgess and was born at All Hallow's Parish in Anne Arundel County, Maryland. It has become popular family tradition that this is fact. However, questions of William's origins persist and without good reason.
Failing documented civil records, William's parentage and birthplace is questioned.

Other sources state William was born in England. Again there remains some confusion as William may have been born in Standon Parish, Westmoreland or Staffordshire England. No written or documented proof supports this at this time.

Additionally, one source identifies William as being the son of John Burgess and Dorothy Lovat of Staffordshire, England.

Without documented civil records, it cannot be conclusively determined whether William is a direct descendant of Colonel William Burgess of Maryland or a descendant of related Burgess family.

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Title: Will of William Burgess
Publication: Bedford County Virginia Will Book 1
Page: 307-30 8

Text:
In the name of God, Amen, I William Burgess of Bedford County in the Colony of Virginia, being very sick and weak in body but of perfect mind and memory, thanks be to Almighty God, calling unto mind the mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die do make and ordain this my last will and testament.

That is to say principally and first of all, I give and recommend my soul into the hand of Almighty God that gave it my body I recommend to the Earth to be buried in a decent Christi an burial at the discretion of my executor nothing doubting but at the general resurrection I shall receive the same again by the power of the almighty God, and as touching such worldly estate where with it has pleased God to bless me in this life. I give, devise and dispose of the same in the following manner and form.

First I give and bequeath to Watt Johnson of Fluvania County his heirs or assigns two hundred acres of land being part of my tract of land in Fluvania County to have 200 acres more or less, beginning at Byrd Creek up Mill Stone Brance to Lewis Venable's line thence to the beginning at Byrd Creek.

I give unto my sons Edward Burgess and John Burgess two hundred acres of land more or less lying on each side of Byrd Creek and joining Mill Stone Branch to be equally divided between my aforesaid sons Edward and John Burgess.

I give and bequeath to my son William Burgess of Fluvania County two hundred acres of land more or less being part of my tract of land in Fluvania on the north side of Byrd Creek and being the place where on my said son William Burgess now dwells.

I give and bequest unto my son, Thomas Burgess one hundred fifty one LL

I give and bequeath unto my son, Thomas Burgess one hundred fifty one acres of land being the place whereon I now dwell in Bedford County, but my dear beloved wife, Susannah Burgess is to have it as long as she remains a widow.

I bequeath unto my son, Thomas Burgess, my two year old bay mare, one smooth bore gun

I bequeath unto my daughter Isable, five pounds current money of Virginia.

I bequeath unto my daughter Frankey Burgess five pounds current money of Virginia.

I bequeath unto my daughter Betty Burgess twenty pounds of current money of Virginia.

I bequeath unto my daughter Susannah twenty pounds current money of Virginia.

I bequeath my Negroe wench Diania to be sold to the highest bidder and the money to be put to my other cash, and after all my debts and demands are paid the remained to be equally divided amongst all my children.

I also do constitute my beloved wife Susannah Burgess my executrix and my son Edward Burgess my sole executor of this my last will and testament, and I do hereby utterly disallow revoke and disannul every other former testament, wills or legacies bequests and executors by me in any ways before named willed and bequeathed ratifying and confirming this and no other to be my last will and testament.

In witness whereof I have here unto set my hand and seal this twenty third day of April in the year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and seventy eight.

Sealed pronounced and declared by the said William Burgess as his last will and testament in the presence of us.
Edward Hore, Henry Guttry, William (his mark) Robinson, William (his mark) Burgess.

At a court held for Bedford County, the 27th day of July 1778 This last will and testament of William Burgess, deceased, was proved by the Oaths of Edward Hore, and William Robinson thereto subscribed and ordered to be recorded. And on the motion of his wife and son, Susannah Burgess and Edward Burgess executors therein named who made oath thereto, certificate is granted them for obtaining probate in due form give security where upon they together with Nathaniel Tate and Thomas Watts their securities entered into and acknowledged their bond in the penalty of eight hundred pounds for the said executors a due and faithful administration.

Teste J. Steptoe Clerk A copy-teste. H. P. Scott (signed) Clerk of the Circuit Court of the County of Bedford Virginia.

Death: 27 JUL 1778 Bedford County, Virginia

http://www.burgesslegacy.org/matrix/n_1e7.htm
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Can not be a son of Charles Burgess d 1734 Lancaster County according to this

Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://vagenweb.rootsweb.com/hening/vol04-23.htm#page_452
URL title: Hening's Statutes at Large
Note:
An Act for the better enabling the Executors of the last Will and Testament of Charles Burges, gent. deceased, to pay his Debts, and Legacies.

I. WHEREAS Charles Burges, late of the county of Lancaster, gent. deceased, was in his life time, and at the time of his death, seised in fee simple, of divers plantations, and parcels of land, with the appurtenances, lying and being in the counties of Prince-William, and Spotsylvania; that is to say, Three thousand two hundred and thirty acres, lying and being in the said county of Prince-William, near the mountains, called the Coblers, granted to him by right honourable Thomas, lord Fairfax, proprietor of the Northern Neck, in Virginia, by his certain deed poll, bearing date the fifteenth day of June, in the year of our lord one thousand seven hundred and thirty one; three thousand and forty six acres, lying and being near the mountains, in the said county of Prince-William, granted to him by the said lord Fairfax, by one other deed poll, bearing date the same fifteenth day of June, in the year aforesaid; eleven hundred and seventy six acres, lying and being on Goose-Creek in the said county of Prince-William, granted to him by the said lord Fairfax, by one other deed poll, bearing date the seventeenth day of June, in the year of our lord one thousand seven hundred and thirty one; and two thousand nine hundred and twenty five acres, lying and being upon Goose Creek, aforesaid, in the said county of Executors of Charles Burges, empowered to sell his lands in Prince-William and Spotsylvania.

Prince-William, granted to him by the said lord Fairfax, by one other deed poll, bearing date the thirteenth day of September, in the year of our lord one thousand seven hundred and thirty one; and seven thousand four hundred acres, lying and being in the little fork of Rappahanock river, in the said county of Spotsylvania, granted to him by patent, under the great seal of Virginia, bearing date the twenty fifth day of August, in the year of our lord one thousand seven hundred and thirty one, aforesaid, amounting, in the whole, to seventeen thousand seven hundred and seventy seven acres; besides divers other parcels of land, with the appurtenances, of considerable value. And whereas the said Charles Burges, at the time of his death, being possessed of, and interested in, a great number of slaves, and a personal estate, consisting mostly of outstanding debts, many of which are precarious, or cannot be recovered in any short time, did make his last will and testament, in writing, bearing date the fourth day of November, in the year of our lord one thousand seven hundred and thirty two, whereby he gave several considerable legacies to Frances Burges, his wife, and to his sisters, leaving only three daughters, and the greatest part of his estate undisposed of, and appointed his said wife, and Edwin Conway, and James Ball, gent. executors of his said last will; and since his death, many great debts have been demanded of the said executors, which exceed, and must exhaust, the whole value of the said slaves, and personal estate, if the creditors should bring their actions, and serve executions which will likewise be attended with great expences; whereby the testator's lands must remain a burthen upon the said children, without any hopes of improving or raising any profits out of them. And though by an act of the parliament of Great Britain, lately made, all lands, in the plantations, are made liable to be sold, as a personal estate, for the paiment of debts, yet, in this case, that must be done upon executions, which must issue upon judgments obtained by the creditors, who have their election to take such part of the other estate as may be more easily sold: Therefore, for saving the great expence of law charges, which must necessarily attend the discharging the said debts, in the ordinary course of administration; for preserving the slaves, or such part of them as may be necessary for the cultivating and improving Recital of act of parliament, subjecting lands to sale, in the colonies.

such of the testator's lands as are like to bring in the most profit; and for the better performing and executing the said last will, by paying the legacies contained therein;

II. May it please your most excellent Majesty, at the humble suit of the said Frances Burges, Edwin Conway, and James Ball, That it may be enacted; and be it enacted, by the Lieutenant-Governor, Council and Burgesses, of this present General Assembly, and by the authority of the same, That the said Frances Burges, Edwin Conway, and James Ball, or any two of them, and the survivors and survivor of them, and the executors of such survivor, or the administrator of the goods and chattels of the said Charles Burges, by them not administered, be and are hereby severally impowered, to sell to any person or persons, who shall be willing to purchase the same, and for the best price that can be got, all, or any part of the said seventeen thousand seven hundred and seventy seven acres of land, above mentioned and described; and to execute all deeds and conveiances necessary in the law, for assuring unto such purchaser or purchasers, a good estate in fee simple, in the lands so to be purchased: and such purchaser or purchasers shall afterwards for ever peaceably and quietly hold and enjoy the lands, so purchased, to them and their heirs for ever. And the money paid by such purchaser or purchasers, shall be applied, in the first place, to paying the debts, and then the legacies, of the said Charles Burges. And this act is declared to be a public act.

III. Saving to the king's most excellent majesty, his heirs and successors, and to all and every other person or persons, bodies politic and corporate, their heirs and successors, (other than the heirs of the said Charles Burges, and the persons claiming under his will) all such right, title, estate, interest, claim, and demand whatsoever, of, in, and to, all or any of the lands before mentioned, as they, every, or any of them, had, should, or might have had, if this act had never been
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL:
URL title: THURMAN WILLS
Note:
Will of Philip Thurmond Sr.
Clerk's Office Albemarle County, Virginia. 1774 Will of Philip Thurmond Senr. Book 2 page 309. IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN, I Philip Thurmond, Senr. of Saint Ann's Parish of Albemarle County being in perfect health and sound memory do constitute this to be my last Will and Testament Revoking and annulling all other wills and Testaments and do appoint this to be observed in the following manner. Imprimis. I do order all these debts or dues as I owe to any person what soever shall well and Truly paud off by my Executors hereafter named. ITEM. I land to my dear and Loving wife this Tract of Land as I now live on with the plantation and housing and six negroes Peter, Charles, Sam, Jenny, Manner, Age. Three feather bedds & furniture & the rest of my household goods and the third part of my stock of all sorts of all during her natural life, or widowhood but if she marrys or it be pleased God to call her out of this Life, then the Land to be sold at the highest bidder & and be equally divided among my five sons John Thurmond, Benjamin Thurmond, Phillip Thurmond, William Thurmond, and Thomas Thurmond, then the above mentioned negroes stock & household goods to be sold at the highest bidder & be equally divided among all my children boys & girls. Elizabeth Thurmond the wife of John Thurmond, to have an equal part with the Rest at my Decease -- at my Decease the Tract of Land lying on Dog Creek containing four hundred acres joining Colo. Martin's Land, Arthur Hopkins & Thomas Appleberry's Land to be sold at the highest Bidder and be Equally divided among my five sons John Thurmond, Benjamin Thurmond, Philip Thurmond, & William Thurmond and Thomas Thurmond. Then all the Rest of my negroes and stock to be sold at the highest bidders & be Equally divided among my children Boys & girls. Elizabeth Thurmond the wife of John Thurmond and Equal part with the rest and I constitute & appoint my wife Mary Thurmond, John Henderson Jr., my son John Thurmond and son Philip Thurmond all Executors of this my Last will & Testament & to my wife & children. In witness whereof I have & seal this Eight day of October in the year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Seventy one.
Philip Thurmond, Senr. (Seal)(Almost illegible) (His Mark)
- William Appleberry - William X Burgess - Edward X Burgess

At Albemarle October Courts 1774. This will was presented to court and proved by the oath of Thomas Kent, William Appleberry and William Burruss. Three Witnesses thereto and ordered to be Recorded and on the notion of John Henderson, John Thurmond & Philip Thurman. Executors therein, named who made oath in the form on their giving security whereupon they Entered into bond with William Gooch, David Duncan, Thomas Na, John Dickson, & Thomas Dickerson their Securities and acknowledged it accordingly. Teste: John Nicholls Clk.
I declare this to be a true copy of the will of Phillip Thurmond, Senior, as recorded in the Clerk's Office of Albemarle County, Virginia. Copied by me. Jennie T. Grayson, October 1950.

THURMAN WILLS
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~lthurman/wills/wills.html
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Northern Neck Warrants and Surveys Vol IV, Hampshire Co. Va {Peggy Joyner}
WILLIAM BURGESS, assignee (in 1775) of Capt Angus McDonald of Frederick Co.; 6 Apr. 1765 - 19 June 1765; 246 a. on the Waggon Road leading from Spring Gap to Cox's Ferrey on Little Cacapehon on side Clay Lick Ridge, dr. of Mill Run; adj. in wart John Johnson, Daniel McGloclan, adj. in survey his own (McDonald's) line, John Gritto ? & William B ? (Bills ?). (Damaged) Pilot- Isaac Cox. Surv. Richard Rigg. 
Burgess, William (I066260)
 
56256 burial information and birthdates from Rector cemetery, jackson county
Cemeteries, grant district p. 14. 
Rector, Charles (I007327)
 
56257 Burial: 17 JUL 1917 Linden Grove Cemetary
Residence: 510 Johnson Street
Occupation: Bartender
Cause: Tuberculosis of lung

Children
Charles Edward MARSHALL b: 4 MAR 1908 in Covington, Kentucky
Edward "Budd" MARSHALL b: 1 JUN 1912 in Covington, Kentucky
Opal MARSHALL b: 25 JAN 1914 in Covington, Kentucky
Samuel Thomas MARSHALL b: 25 FEB 1916 in Covington, Kenton County, Kentucky 
Marshall, Edgar (I008676)
 
56258 Burial: AFT 27 MAY 1817 the family graveyard, above mouth of Lawrence C reek, Mason Co, KY Smith, Mildred (I046245)
 
56259 Burial: Belleview Cemetery, Belleview, Boone County, Kentucky Clore, John S. (I008531)
 
56260 Burial: Bullitsburg Cemetery, Boone County, Kentucky 9 31 32
Note:
1850 Census of Kentucky
Disk 1, p 1383, Boone County, District 2, p 199, Dwelling 834, Family 834
John Holsclaw 51 M Va Farmer $2500
Frances " 47 F Ky
William Clore 24 M Do Farmer $1000
Virginia " 11 F Do

1880 Census Boone County, Kentucky
1880 Federal Census Soundex, Kentucky C-460 (Film #447053)
Sheet 24, Burlington Dist.

William Clore 57 KY Head
Louisa Clore 47 KY Wife
William S. Clore 10 KY Son

Children
Susan Ida Clore b: 2 JAN 1858 in Boone County, Kentucky
William Addison Clore b: 6 DEC 1869 in Boone County, Kentucky
Jeremiah Clore b: DEC 1869 in Kentucky 
Clore, William (I005529)
 
56261 Burial: Cemetery on Pate Farm, 5 miles NE of Lewisport, Kentucky Lamar, Henrietta (Henny) (I008091)
 
56262 Burial: Florence Cemtery, Center Street, Florence, Boone County, Kentucky 27
Note:
1850 Census of Kentucky
Disk 1, p 1385, Boone County, District 2, p 200, Dwelling 847, Family 847
Benjamin Conner 32 M Ky Farmer $4000
Virginia " 30 F Do
Sarah J. " 7 F Do

Boone County Land book I, page 276; Aug 27 1867
Surveyed for the widow and Heirs of Daniel Beeman Decd, 75-3/8 acres of land lying in Boone County on the East Fork of Gunpowder Creek, bounded as follows to wit; beginning at a beech tree and stone, Albert Beemon's corner in Benjamin Conner's line. Thence with said Conners lines N46-1/2 E72-1/2 poles to a stake, Thence N18W25-2/5 poles to a stake in George Synders Line a Corner of William S. Weden's 4 acre purchase. Thence with the lines of said purchase S71-3/4W25-1/3 poles to a stone, thence N18W25-1/3 poles to a stake Weden's corner on the New Road in John Utz line. Thence with Utz line S71-3/4W39-2/3 poles to a stake, thence S18E210-4/5 poles with the line of John Utz, Henry Beemon & Albert's to the Beginning.
Then In conjunction with Ephriam Aylor and John Marguess Commissioners divided the foregoing survey as follows. Mary Beemon's dower contains 25-5/8 acres. Refer to drawing. 
Conner, Benjamin S. (I005528)
 
56263 Burial: Howlett Cemetery, Adams property, Boone County, Kentucky Kite, Martha Anne (I008535)
 
56264 Burial: JAN 1873 Ev Ref Ch. Cem,Frederick,Frederick County,Maryland Albaugh, Margaret (I006178)
 
56265 Burial: Jefferson Union Cemetery, Frederick County, Maryland

WILL

Signed 24 Jun 1864; Probated 22 Aug 1864, Frederick Co, MD

To Mary Wilyard
To my daughter, Ellen, Town of Jefferson, Frederick Co
To my grandson, Albertus Spencer
To my children, Ellen, William Bishop, Mary A. Biser, Loretto S. Kessler, Albertus Spencer as representative of my daughter, Elizabeth Spencer
To the children of my deceased son, Benoni S. Lamar
To the children of my daughter, Rebecca Johnson

SOURCE of will abstract and more info on descendants: Starr Gill
She has Thomas' birthdate as 17 Dec 1777

1830 Frederick Co, MD census, page 46
Age 50-60
Found in order on page:
Richard Johnson
William Lamar, age 15-20
Perry Rice, Sr., son Perry, Jr. below married Louisa Lamar, believe Rebecca Rice who married Marine Tyler Lamar, son of William Bishop Lamar, was his daughter
Thomas Lamar, age 50-60
Perry Rice, Jr., married Louisa Lamar, dau of William Bishop Lamar, Jr.

1. Thomas LAMAR was born 19 DEC 1777 in Frederick County, Maryland, and died 11 AUG 1864 in Jefferson, Frederick County, Maryland. He was buried in Jefferson Union Cemetery, Frederick County, Maryland. He was the son of 2. William Bishop LAMAR and 3. Elizabeth SMITH. He married Mary WILLARD 14 FEB 1802 in Jefferson, Frederick County, Maryland. She was born 16 AUG 1782, and died 27 JUL 1840. She was buried in Jefferson Union Cemetery, Frederick County, Maryland.

Children of Thomas LAMAR and Mary WILLARD are: i. Mary Anne LAMAR was born 26 JAN 1803 in Aiken, South Carolina, and died 29 OCT 1880. She married Tilghman BISER 3 FEB 1829 in Frederick County, Maryland, son of John BISER and Lydia GAVER. He was born 10 NOV 1805, and died 29 MAY 1874.
ii. John L. (Jack) LAMAR was born 1 JUL 1805 in Frederick County, Maryland, and died 28 SEP 1883 in Urbana, Ohio. He married Rebecca JOHNSON 16 FEB 1829 in Frederick County, Maryland. She was born ABT. 1805 in Maryland, and died 1888.
iii. William Bishop LAMAR II was born 10 OCT 1807 in Maryland, and died 1 SEP 1872. He married Elizabeth HARLEY 9 MAR 1832 in Frederick County, Maryland. She died 31 JUL 1881.
iv. Elizabeth LAMAR was born 1809, and died 1845. She married Robert SPENCER. She married Robert Fenley 31 MAR 1831 in Frederick County, Maryland.
v. Rebecca LAMAR was born 2 AUG 1811, and died 13 MAR 1847 in Frederick County, Maryland. She married William JOHNSON 20 NOV 1828 in Frederick County, Maryland. He was born 7 SEP 1800 in Middletown, Frederick County, Maryland, and died 6 JUL 1884 in Frederick County, Maryland.
vi. Lauretta S. LAMAR was born 1816, and died 2 DEC 1895. She married Andrew KESSLER 9 MAY 1837 in Frederick County, Maryland.
vii. Benoni Smith LAMAR was born 29 MAR 1819, and died 11 JUN 1858 in Frederick County, Maryland (Killed by lightening near Adamstown). He married Mary C. THOMAS 10 MAR 1840 in German Reformed Church, Frederick, Frederick County, Maryland. She was born 31 JUL 1819, and died 22 JAN 1889.
viii. Ellender LAMAR was born 1823, and died 1895. 
Lamar, Thomas (I008096)
 
56266 Burial: JUN 1965 Forest Lawn Cemetary, Erlanger, Kentucky
Occupation: Chair Upholsterer, Cherry Pitter
Religion: Baptist
Father: Charles Robert MARTIN b: 1 JAN 1866 in Covington, Kentucky
Mother: Flora Alice WALKER b: 6 APR 1862 in Newport, Campbell County, Kentucky 
Martin, Pearl (I008681)
 
56267 Burial: Klette Cemetery, latonia lake, Kenton County Klette, Lewis Frederick (I001191)
 
56268 Burial: Lamar Cemetery, Hancock County, Kentucky

Found on 1820 Breckinridge County, Kentucky census along with brother Benjamin (Benoni) Smith Lamar, page 269 [Hancock Co formed from Breckinridge]

1840 Hancock Co, Kentucky census, page 010

1850 Hancock Co, Kentucky census, page 271

1860 Hancock Co. KY census says he was born in Indiana as was his wife.

First name spelled Marine on tombstone 
Lamar, Mareen Tyler (I008103)
 
56269 Burial: Lamar Cemetery, Jefferson, Maryland

Mentioned in father's will of 1812

29 Feb 1808 - Bound by his father William B. Lamar, to Daniel Willyard, Tanner, WMG 11/75
Was Sgt. under Capt. Jacob Alexander 22 Jul-19 Sept. 1814

Source - Frederick County Militia in the War of 1812 by Sallie a. Mallick & Edward Wright
and descendant Tom Lamar Coughlin 
Lamar, Richard Smith (I008102)
 
56270 Burial: Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Frederick Co, MD
Event: Military rank Brigadier-General
Education: William & Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia

Occupation: Attorney, Congressman, Judge
Marriage 1 Mary Brooke SIM b: ABT. 1761
Married: BET. 1777 - 1787
Children
Arthur NELSON b: 1788
Katherine Murdock NELSON b: 1790
Joseph NELSON b: 1792
John NELSON b: 1 JUN 1794 in Frederick Co, MD

Marriage 2 Eliza HARRISON
Married: 2 FEB 1797 in Frederick Co, MD
Children
John NELSON b: BET. 1798 - 1804
Emily Catherine Contee NELSON b: BET. 1800 - 1802

GENERAL ROGER NELSON (Father of John Nelson)

He was a Representative from Maryland; born on "Point of Rocks" plantation near Frederick County, Maryland in 1759; completed preparatory studies; attended the College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia; served in the Revolutionary Army; wounded at the Battle of Camden and attained the rank of Brigadier General; studied law; was admitted to the bar about 1785 and practiced in Taneytown and Frederick; held several local offices; member of the state House of Delegates in 1795, 1801, ans 1802; served in the State Senate from Nov. 1803 to Nov. 1804; elected as a Republican to the Eighth US Congress to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Daniel Hiester; reelected to the Ninth, Tenth, and Eleventh Congresses and served from Nov. 6, 1804 until his resignation May 14, 1810; one of the managers appointed by the House of Representatives; elected Associate Junstice of the 5th (later 6th) Judicial Circuit of Maryland in 1810; died in Frederick County, Maryland June 7, 1815; interment in Mount Olivet Cenetery, Frederick County, Maryland.

"Biographical Directory of U.S. Congress, 1989"

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

OGER NELSON
FREDERICK COUNTY
LIEUTENANT OF CAVALRY
REVOLUTIONARY ARMY
$200.00 ANNUAL ALLOWANCE
$2,552.21 AMOUNT RECEIVED
SEPTEMBER 4, 1802 PENSION STARTED
DIED JUNE 7, 1815 
Nelson, Roger (I017595)
 
56271 Burial: NOV 1863 Ev Ref Ch. Cem,Frederick,Frederick County,Maryland Staley, Peter S. (I006177)
 
56272 Burial: OCT 1897 Burkittsville Cm,Frederick County,Maryland
Children
Mary Catherine Pearl b: 12 FEB 1847
John Thomas Pearl b: 25 DEC 1850
Ellen Zelinka Pearl b: 13 AUG 1852
Francis Anne Pearl b: 19 AUG 1855
William Henry Pearl b: 9 DEC 1858
Harriet Anne Elizabeth Pearl b: 5 APR 1861
George Washington Pearl b: 21 FEB 1864
Margaret A. S. Pearl b: 12 JUN 1867
infant Pearl b: JUL 1857
infant Pearl b: JUL 1857
infant Pearl b: 10 JAN 1870

1850 Census, Frederick County, Maryland
William Pearl, 30 - with family, #1 Frederick, all white. 
Pearle, William (I006175)
 
56273 Burial: Pythian Grove, Berry, Kentucky Marshall, Laura Newton (I008665)
 
56274 Burial: Riggs Cemetery, Kenton County, Kentucky [cemetery may have been moved to Walton]

James Riggs of Boone county was probably her brother. 1850 census, district 2, Household 1016 
Riggs, Mahala (I006138)
 
56275 Burial: Saint Paul's, Waldorf, Charles County, Maryland
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Jim & Mariana Blain [SMTP:jnblain@tampabay.rr.com]
Thomas Dyson's 1776 will names his children as John (my 3ggf), William, Ann, and Margaret. I think Margaret and Amelia Dyson (who married Henry H. Bean) are the same person, since Trinity Parish
Charles Co. family records show no Margaret but Amelia instead.
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Will of Hatch Dent, Sr., Charles County, planter, probated 9/10/1781.
Son: Hezekiah, the plantation where I now live "Dent's Palace" provided my wife shall enjoy use of sd. plantation during her life.
Son: Hatch, slaves named Alce, Esther, Ann, and Jacob; bed and furniture; and a desk.
To: Heirs of son John, a negro boy Harry.
Granddaughter: Anne Dyson, a roan horse; a chest; a bed with furniture; and a cow and calf. Granddaughter: Margaret Dyson, a negro Bess; a bed with furniture; and a cow and calf but if she
dies without heirs to my granddaughter, Anne Dyson.
To: My other children not already mentioned, all my moveable effects, goods, and chattles equally
divided among them except a negro boy Coffee but my wife to have use of all estate during her life. Daughter: Rody Turner, a negro boy Coffee.
The still shall go with my plantation.
Exec: Son, Hezekiah.
Wit: Bennet Dyson, Michael Dent, Thomas Dent.
Thomas Hatch Dent, heir at law, was present at probate. 
Dyson, Amelia (Margaret) (I008929)
 
56276 Burial: UNKNOWN Mother of God Church Cemetery, Covington, Kenton, Kentucky Marshall, Catherine Julia (I008701)
 
56277 buried 7 Feb 1686/7
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Abstracts of Lancaster County, Virginia Wills 1653-1800; {Ida J. Lee}
CHOWNING, Thomas. Will. 14 Jany. 1678. Rec. 16 Jan. 1688.
Wife Ann (also Extrx) Sister, Katherine Gregory; god-dau. Margaret Merriman; Cozen Thomas Chowning, Cozen Robert Chowning, Cozen Katherine Chowning.
Wits. David Fox and Richard Flint. W.B. 5, p. 128.
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1675-1689 Lancaster County Wills; pg 128
THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT of THOMAS CROWNING being sick but in p:fecte memory. In the Name of God Amen. In the begining I bequeath my Soule into the merciful hands of Jesus Christ and I bequeath my worldly goods as followeth;
My will is that my Sister, KATHARINE GRIGORY have my little Stone Ring which I woare,
My will is that my Cozen, THOMAS CHOWNING, have the great Bible which was his Fathers;
My will is that my Cozen, ROBERT CHOWNING, have one of the new Bibles which I now have;
My will is that my Cozen, KATHARINE CHOWNING, have one heifer of two yeres old;
My will is that my God Daughter, MARGRET MERRIMAN have one cow calfe;
My will is that my loveing Wife, ANN CHOWNING, bee possessed with all my Estate she payeing the debts that I owe and the Legacies which I before have menconed;
My will is that my loveing Wife, ANN CHOWNING, bee my Executrix of this my last Will and Testamt, As Witness my hand and seale this 14th day of June Ao. Dom: 1678
Signed Sealed and in the presence of
DAVID FOX, THOMAS CHOWNING
RICHARD FLINT
Probat in Cur Com Lancastr: nono die Januarii 1688
Proved by the Oaths of DAVID FOX and RICHARD FLINT and admitted to record
Teste JOHN STRETCHLEY, Cl Cur
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1687-1691 Lancaster County Order Book 3: pg 96
Lancaster county Court 9th of January 1688/9
- A P:bate of the last Will and Testamt. of Mr. THOMAS CROWNING, (deced), is granted unto MRS. ANN CHOWNING, his Widdow and Relicte, according to the tenor of the said Will. EDWARD CARTER, ROBERT NEASUM, Mr, RICHARD MERRIMAN and Mr. JOHN SUMNER are ordered to appraise the saide Estate on the 18th Instant and was sworne in Court. An Inventory to bee exhibited to the next Court
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1675-1689 Lancaster County Wills; pg 129-130
pp. An Inventory of the Estate of Mr. THOMAS CHOWNING (deced.) taken the 18th day of January 1688/9 & wee the under subscribers;
Seven cowes, two steeres two yeres old, two yeareling bulls, one yeareling heifer, foure heifers two yeres old, one old bull, two saddle horses and a cart horse, one sorrell horse and a gray horse, eight sheep at 8.8 a peace, one old Negro man very sick and one old Negro woman, one man Servt., not a years to serve, one girle, fifty three pds. of pewter, forty five pds. of Lathe pewter, one broken ladle, one paire of pistons and holsters & brest plate, one pr:cell of old bookes, five old leather chaires, two old coutch, two tables and a wooden chairs, one large table and forme old, two guns out of kelter, two old chests, two feather beds and furniture wth: bedsteds, two old chests, one table, one matted chaire, two suits of apparrell and a loose coate, one hat, foure pr. of stockings, two pr. of shooes, two waiscoates, seven shirts, six pr. of drawers, six neck cloths, six capps, one diaper table cloth, one dot: of diaper napkins, two coarse table cloths, thireteen corse napkins, foure paire of sheets, six pillow cases, six old towel's, two old bedds wth: coverings & bedsteds, one greate iron putt, two small potts, two brasse kettles, two pestles, three potrings, spitts and racke and dripping pan, two black morter, two brass candlesticks, one copper pot, one copper sauce pan, one pale and a pr:cell of old lumber, one long slaw, two old Boates and a pr:cell of sider casqe, fourteene Oz, of Plate at 58 lbs, p ounce, two small Stills
Total: 84...16...01 money
This yeares Cropp of Tobacco, three shares 1746 tobacco
ANN CHOWNING
Exhibit in Cur Com Lan castr decimo tertio die Februarii 1688
p ANN CROWNING, Widow and Relict of THOMAS 'CROWNING deced. & admitted to Record
Teste JOHN STRETCRLEY, Cl Cur

lots of accounts follow

Exhibit in Cur Com Lancastr; decimo tertio die Februarii 1688
p ANN CHOWNING, Widow and Relict of THOMAS CHOWNING SENR. deced., and admitted to record Teste JOHN STRETCHLEY, Cl Cur

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1654-1661 Lancaster County Deed-Wills
I PETER GODSON do assigne over all my right & title of this Bill of Sale unto WILL: THOMAS I do make JAMES NICHOLASON my lawfull Attorney as witness my hand this 25th of March Anno 1658/9
THO: CHOWNE PETER GODSON
SARA GODSON
Recognit in Cur 30th March 1659 et record prima Apr. sequen p EDWD. DALE, Cl Cur
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1662-1666 Lancaster County Order Book: pg 374
Lancaster County Court 11th.of April 1666
- Certificate accordinge to Acte is granted unto ROBT: CHOWNING for the transportacon of RICH, BOMBRIDGE, DOROTHY JONES, JAMES LYDSEY, FREDOSIA PANE, ANNE SAMPSON, SARAH COOVER, GEO: COLLINS, THOMAS CHOWNING & three Negroes into this Country
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1666-1669 Lancaster County Order Book: pg 15
Lancaster County Court 14th of November 1666
Certificate accordinge to Acte is granted unto Capt. CUTH POTTER for the transportacon of JOHN DENNY, RICH: DUNCOMBE, EDWARD SCALLINGE, THOMAS RIDLEY, MARY BRANGER, MARGARETT ATKINS, JO: AMBROSE, THO: CHOWNING, SIMON NEESUM, MARY COULTON, ALICE BANCROFT, RACHELL PACKETT, WILL: NETHERTON, DUKE HORNESBY, DOR, HALL, ELLYN BANBRIDGE, HEN: BEDFORD, JOHN MOSSE, JOSEPH TALLING, RICH: THAXTON, EDWARD DOCKER, THO: BOND, EDWARD ( ), Mrs. MARY POTTER, ESTER BUSTOE, JO: BIRCKETT, ANNE DOLUKE, ELLYN HUDSON, FRA: KNIFFER, XPOFER HALL, JO: LOE, AND: VINSCENT, EDW: POOLE, RICH: BATTING, RICH: BROOME, SARA MOULD, ROW: JONES ye Bricklayer & another bought of Mr. RICHARDS, STEPHEN HUDNELL, JO: OSBORNE, ELIZ: JACKSON, WILL: HUNTLEY, NOELL OLLIVER, WILL: ROS( ), ( ) HARRINN, DAN: TRIGG, MARGARET HALL, BARBADOES MARY, GILES KING, ( )HN LUNSFORD, & his Wife into this Countrey
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1670-1674 Lancaster County Order Book: pg 262
Lancaster County Special Court 13th of May 1673
- THOMAS CHOWNING is chosen Constable in the roome of HENERY CLARKE and was sworne in Cort.
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1670-1674 Lancaster County Order Book: pg 284
Lancaster County Court 12th of May 1674
THOMAS CHOWNING is dischardged from the Office of Constable & JOSEPH BALEY is ordered to succeede hym and to bee sworne in Cort.
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1674-1678 Lancaster County Order Book: pg 428
Lancaster County Special Court 29th of May 1678
- Certificate accordinge to Acte is granted unto THOMAS CHOWNING for the transportacon of ALEXANDER HARKIN, SARAH WILKINSON, ELIZABETH STEVENS, ISAACK SIMS, ALEXANDER HART, ANDREW LATELY, WILLIAM HORSLY, WILLIAM HEANELL, ALICE STEDWELL, ELIZABETH BELL, THOMAS WHITTICAR, ISAACK CITIZEN and WILLIAM COOPER into this Country
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1677-1680 Middlesex Co Va Order Book; Antient Press: Page 163a
Court 13th day of January 1678/9
THOMAS CHEWNING Sonn unto Mr. ROBERT CHOWNING Will lett out his Plantation (torn)) in case any person hath a Desire to ffarme if they please (torn)) to my Uncle THOMAS CHEWNING howse shalbe ready to make;
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1678-1681 Lancaster County Order Book: pg 446
Lancaster County Court 13th of November 1678
- Att this Court, RICHARD MERRIMAN is discharged from the Office of Surveyor and THOMAS CHOWNING is ordered to succeede hym and that his boundes bee from the COURTHOUSE upp to THOMAS MARTYNS PATH and to take in all the Houses alonge RAPPA: RIVER side upp to Capt. TAYLORs and downe to Major DALES and JOHN BERREYs and that the saide Surveyhor is ordered forthwth: to goe aboute repaireing of the Highwaies accordinge to Acte
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1678-1681 Lancaster County Order Book: pg 464
Lancaster County Court 12th of February 1678/79
- For the secureing of the Estate belonging to WILLIAM WHITE SENR. (deced), Itis ordered by this Court that Mr. EDWARD CARTER and Mr. THOMAS CHOWNING, Overseers to the Last Will and Testament of the saide WHITE, doe forthwth: repaire to the House ofthe saide deceased then and there to take anInventory of the whole Estate belonginge tothe saide WHITE, and to exhibite the same to the nexte Court helde for this County, It is further ordered that what clothes and necessaries the saide CARTER and CHOWNING shall finde needefully wanting for the Children, the same to give out to them
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1678-1681 Lancaster County Va Order Book; {Antient Press}: pg 472
Lancaster county Court 14th of May 1679
- Commission of Administracon accordinge to Acte upon the Estate of WILLIAM WHITE SENR, (deced), is granted unto WILLIAM WHITE, his Eldeste Sonne, hee p:formeing the tenor of his saide Fathers Will and giveing security for the same accordinge to Acte, WALTER WALLE security
- Mr. EDWARD CARTER appeareing att this Court and beinge willing to take EDWARD WHITE, Sonne of WILLIAM WHITE SENR. (deced), into his tuition, is ordered wth: his owne consent to have hym together wth: his Estate belonginge to hym, hee giveing security to bee accomptabiefor the same accordinge to Acte
- Mr. THOMAS CHOWNING appeareing att this Court is ordered wth: his owne consent to take DEBORAH WHITE, one of the Orphants of WM: WHITE SENR. (deced), into his tuition and that her Estate bee forthwth: delivered unto hym, hee giveing security to bee accomptable for the same accordinge to Acte
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1678-1681 Lancaster County Order Book: pg 464
Lancaster County Court 12th of November 1679
- Att this Court, THOMAS CHOWNING gave Bond wth: security for the keepeing of an ORDINARY. Capt. FOX security
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1678-1681 Lancaster County Order Book: pg 506
Lancaster County Court 10th of December 1679
- Mr. THOMAS CHOWNING liveing neere the Courthouse of this County and likewise neere the MAINE SHIPPING ROADE of the RIVER of RAPPA: and beinge very much frequented wth: travellers in tyme of Shipping and haveing obtained from the Rt. Honble. Sr. HENERY CHICHELEY (Deputy Governor and Capt. Gent!: of Virginia) Licence for the keepeing of a FERRY over the saide RIVER, upon his peticon hee is ordered to keepe a COMMON ORDINARY or VICTUALLING HOUSE for one whole yere nexte ensueing, hee haveing already entered into Bond wth: good security to sell att the rates sealed by Acte and to keepe good ordere accordinge to the Laves in that case made and rvided
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1682-1686 Lancaster County Order Book: pg 248
Lancaster County Court 14th of July 1686
Upon the Peticon of Mr. THOMAS CHOWNING for the continueing of a Licence for keepeing of a COMMON ORDINARY or VICTUALING HOUSE, it is ordered upon sufficient security given by him to this Court to sell at Rates setled by Acte and to keepe ) and that ( ) to keepe the same for this yeare ensueing
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1682-1686 Lancaster County Order Book: pg 7
Lancaster County Court 9th of March 1686/7
Upon the Peticon of Mr. THOMAS CHOWNING for the continueing his Lycence for keepeing an Ordinary or VICTUALLING HOUSE; It is ordered upon sufficient securitygiven by him to this Court to sell at the rates settled by Acte and to keepe good order accordinge to Law in that case made and provided, that hee bee Lycenced to keepe the same for one whole yeare next ensueing in his owne Dwelling House and noe where else
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1683-1686 Order Book Northumberland Co Va {Antient Press}; pg 230
Northumberland County Court 5th of June 1684
- Mr. THOMAS CHEWNING against JOHN FARRINGTON referred to the next Court
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1683-1686 Order Book Northumberland Co Va {Antient Press}; pg 241
Northumberland County Court 19th of September 1684
- CHEWNING agt the Sheriffe
Whereas JOHN CHAMPION was arrested to this Court at the suit of Mr. THOMAS CHEWNING for fifty shillings and the said CHAMPION appeared not, Judgment is granted the said CHEWNING against the said CHAMPION for the said sume with costs als Execution
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1683-1686 Order Book Northumberland Co Va {Antient Press}; pg 248
Northumberland County Court 20th of November 1684
- CHEWNING agt CHAMPION
Whereas it appeares to this Court that JOHN CHAMPION was Security for THOMAS SNELL who had drawne Bills of Exchange for forty shillings sterling payable to Mr. THOMAS CHEWNING and it appearing by the Oath of Mr. RICHARD FARRINGTON that the Bill was returned protested, Judgment is granted the said CHEWNING for fifty shillings sterling against the said CHAMPION being for the said Bill, damages and charges of the protest with costs als Execution
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1687-1699 Order Book Northumberland Co Va {Hamrick}; pg 612/6
At a Court held for Northumberland County February 15, 1693
Whereas it appears to this Court by bill under the hand and seal of Mr. RICHARD FARRINGTON, deceased, dated May 8,1689 that the said Mr. FARRINGTON in his lifetime stood indebted to Mrs. ANNE CHOWNING the sum of fifteen hundred pounds of tobacco and cask and the said Mrs. CHOWNING having made oath that she never received any satisfaction for the said debt, Judgment is therefore granted the said Mrs. CHOWNING against the said Estate for the payment of five hundred and thirty six pounds of tobacco and cask in the hands of JOHN LUNCE, three hundred and one pounds of tobacco in the hands of SAMUEL MAHEN, three hundred and five pounds of tobacco in the hands of RICHARD LATTEMORE, one hundred and sixty two pounds of tobacco in the hands of ISAAC JESSOP, ninety pounds of tobacco in the hands of THOMAS WILLIAMS, and seventy pounds of tobacco in Mr. THOMAS FERNE's hands, and ordered that each said respective person pay the said sum in their hands expressly unto the said Mrs. ANNE CHOWNING alias execution.
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Abstracts of Lancaster County, Virginia Wills 1653-1800; {Ida J. Lee}
HAWKINS, John. 19 Feb. 1686. Rec. 11 Mar. 1686.
Devisees: Sam'l Branch, Jno. Wells' son, Thos. Chattwin, Nathaniel Brown, Thos. Goostey, Alex. Atkins, Thos. Chowning.
Exors: Thos. Chowning.
Wits: Stephen Tomlin, Nathaniel Brown, Tho. Chattwin. W.B. 5, p. 110.
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1687-1691 Lancaster County Order Book 3: pg 26
- It appeareing to this Court that Mr. THOMAS CHOWNING, Exc. to ye Estate of JOHN HAWKINS (deced), stands indebted unto NATHANIELL BROWN one thousand six hundred pounds of tobacco and caske due by acco: of severall expences dureing the time the sd. HAWKINS lay sicke at the House of the sd. BROWN, and alsoe for funerall charges, It is therefore ordered that the same bee forthwith paide by the sd. CHOWNING as Exr. aforesaid. out of the sd. HAWKINS, his Estate, with costs
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1687-1691 Lancaster County Order Book 3: pg 26
Lancaster County Court 9th of November 1687
THOMAS CHOWNING 9
GANEY HARRIS 3
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1687-1691 Lancaster County Order Book; {Antient Press}; pg 70
Lancaster County Court 8th of February 1687/1688
- The difference depending at this Court upon reference betweene JOHN HARVIE, Plt. and MRS. ANN CHOWNING, Admrx. to the Estate of THOMAS CHOWNING, (deced), Defendt., is at the request of the Defendt., referred to the next Court
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1687-1691 Lancaster County Order Book; {Antient Press}; pg 78
Lancaster County Court 11th of April 1688
Upon the peticon of Mr. THOMAS CHOWNING for the continueing of his
Licence for the keeping of a COMMON ORDINARY or VICTUALLING HOWSE, It is ordered upon sufficient security given by him to this Court to sell at the rates setled byActe and to keepe goode order according to the Laves in that case made and p Tided, that hee bee licenced to keepe the same for this yeare ensueing in his now Dwelling Howse and noe where else. GANY HARRIS and Mr. JEREMIAH PACQUETT security
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1687-1691 Lancaster County Order Book 3: pg 99
Lancaster county Court 13th of February 1688/9
- MRS. ANN CHOWNING, Executrix of the last Will and Testamt. of Mr. THOMAS CHOWNING, (deced), appeareing greatest Creditor to the Estate of WILLIAM CLEMENS, (deced), Commission of Administracon according to Acte is therefore granted unto the saide CHOWNING, she giveing security according to Acte. EDWARD CARTER, ROBERT NEASUM, JOHN SUMNER and JOHN HARRIS are ordered to appraize the saide Estate and were sworne by the Court, An Inventory thereof to bee exhibited to the next Court. WM. MERRIMAN, security
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1687-1691 Lancaster County Order Book; {Antient Press}; pg 138
Lancaster County Court 13th of August 1690
- The difference depending at this Court betweene JOHN HARRIS and MRS. ANN CHOWNING, Admrx. to the Estate of THOMAS CHOWNING, (deced), is referred to the next Court for the sde. HARRIS to mend his peticon
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CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS PATENT BOOK No. 6; Pg 502
LT. COLL CUTBERT POTTER, 270 acs. Lancaster Co., S. side Rappa. Riv., bet. his 2 former devdts., 14 Mar. 1667, p.. 147. Beg. by Mattapony Path, over the King's road, through Mr. Wm.Gourden's Orchard, by his pasture fence,. &c. Trans. of 6 pets: Tho. Chewning,
Symon Nesum, Mary, Coulton, Alice Bancroft, Rachell Packets, Wm. Netherton.
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CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS PATENT BOOK No. 6; Pg 54
MR. JOHN WINSLOE & RICHARD AWBORNE, 2000 acs. New Kent Co..
S. side & in the freshes of Yorke Riv., 12 Feb. 1667. p. 213. Adj. Mr. Jonathan Newell. Trans. of 40 pers: Thomas Chowning. Symond Nesome, Mary Coulton. Alice Bancroft. Rachell Puckett. Wm. Netherton. Duke Hornsby, Do. Hall. Ellen Barnbridge. Hen. Bedford.
John Mosse, Jo. Tailing. Rich. Thaxton. Ed. Docker. Tho. Bond, Edward , Mrs. Mary Potter. Ester Bristoe, Jno. Blankett. An. Deluke (or Delux). Ellen Hudson, Fra. Knitter, Xpof. Hall, Too. Lee. Andr. Vincent. Ed. Poole, Rich. Batting. Rich. Broome, Sarah Mould, Rowland Tones, Steph. Rudwell, Jno. Osborne. Eliz. Jackson. Wm. Hunky,
Wm. Oliver, Wm. Rose, Xpof. Harrum, Dann. Tugg, Margaret Hall; & 1 bought of Mr. Richards.
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CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS PATENT BOOK No. 6; Pg 112
DAVID CRAFORD. 1000 acs.. New Kent Co., in brs. of Matradequn Cr., 8
Oct. 1672, p. 415. Adj. Jno. Pounce's land; crossing Little Cr., &c. Trans. of 20 pers: John Ambrose, Tho. Chowning, Symon Neesom, Mary Colton, Alice Bancroft, Rachell Packett, Wm. Netherton, Duke Hornsby, Dorothy Hall, Ellen Bainbridg, Henry Bedford, Jno. Mosse, Joseph Tailing, Richd. Thaxton, Edw, Docker, Tho. Bond, Edward Mrs. Mary Potter, Ester Bristoe (or Briscoe), Jno. Blankett.
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CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS PATENT BOOK No. 7; Pg 311
WILLIAM KIDD, 420 acs., Middlesex Co; on brs. of Burnham's Cr. &
White Oake Sw., 21 Oct. 1687, p. 586. Beg. at Mr. Henry Thacker, neer br. of D:aggon Sw., by 3 Springs; to Thomas Pattison, & Robert Chowning; by Mickleburrough's path; to Mr. Jno. Willis; to W. side of the maine Roade. Said land included within bounds of patt. to Robert Middleton, 16 Tan. 1658; granted to Thomas Kidd, his father, 15 Oct. 1663, for 250 acs; 170 acs. being overplus, &c. Trans. of 5 pers: Tho.
Chowning, Svmon Nusum, Mary Colson, Alice Bornort,
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CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS PATENT BOOK No. 7; Pg 291
MR. THOMAS CHEWNING, 920 acs., Midlesex Co., 20 Apr. 1685, p.
470. Beg. where Burnham's, als. Sunderland, Cr. devides into 2 brs; up the SW br; to Copeland's Cr; to Thomas Pattison, now John Nash's land; to Richard Lewis; & by Edward Dockers, &c. 240 acs. granted to Henry Nichols, last of June 1653; sold to Georg Johnson, who sold to Robert Chewning; 370 acs. granted said Chewning, 8 Feb. 1658, & renewed 16 Dec. 1663; 370 acs, for trans. of 8 pers.*
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CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS PATENT BOOK No. 7; Pg 291
MR. ROBERT PRICE, 17 acs., Midlesex Co; adj. Thomas Chewning;
his own; & land of Grace Lewis; on NW side of a br. of Copeland's Cr;
on land of Richard Allen; & Nash; 20 Apr. 1685, p. 471. Trans. of 1 pers.* 
Chowning, Thomas (I088142)
 
56278 Buried in Highland Cemetery in Covington Kentucky. On his death certificate his father is listed as John L Marshall place of birth unknown, so is his mothers name and the informant on the death certificate is Lizah (?) Marshall grandma@accessus dot net

virginia white -
I am trying to locate information on Robert Franklin Marshall who married Jennie (Maraih Jane Fugate) Marshall their children were:
Carrie Marshall married Bruce Sheppard
Edgar Marshall married Ida Coleman
Grace Marshall married Wiliam McGee
Sula Marshall married (?) Riddle
Hugh Stewart Marshall married Anna Dulaney
All of them were in Missouri in at least 1881 Adrian County. And most were around Perry, Ralls County when they died. Edgar was the only one who stayed in Kentucky. However Robert was burried in Covington, Kenton Co. Kentucky. Any information on this family would be helpful. 
Marshall, Robert Franklin (I000986)
 
56279 Buried in Hughes Chapel Cemetery
John purchased the old McIntire house in the early 1900's that daughter Mary Madge and her husband Slisha Allen lived most of their lives. The house was a toll house at one time located on the old Covington to Louisville Rd. Old house is still standing. 
McIntyre, John Thomas (I008524)
 
56280 buried Richwood Presbyterian church; 1889-1976 Marshall, Stella Unkown Maiden (I007187)
 
56281 Burkett Jett, minor soul of John Jett who died in Westmoreland County, 1790.

Burkett Jett married Jane Phillips, King George County, 1801.
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Westmoreland County Virginia Wills 1654-1800
JETT, JOHN, 2 March 1790; 29 June 1790.
Wife Isabel estate for life and at her death to children Burkett, Newton and Anne Jett who are to be sent to school.
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EARLY FAUQUIER COUNTY, VIRGINIA MARRIAGE BONDS
Adams, Beale Jett, Elizabeth E. 30 Dec. 1807 bondsman Birkett Jett 
Jett, Burkett (I025915)
 
56282 Burkett, Patience, 12th Aug.7 1698; 17th Sept., 1698.
Provies Durrell, ex. and sole legatee of estate, real and personal. In event of his death to pass to Joseph Walton.
Test: Jas. Wood, Rachel Wood, Jos. Neale. 6.225.
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James Wood 15.144 SM 76.15.8 May 4 1729 Nov 5 1729
Appraisers: John Burroughs, John Cartwrite (also John Cartwright, Sr.).
Next of kin: James Wood, Benjamin Wood,
Administratrix: Rachell Wood.
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James Wood 10.420 A SM 76.15.8 13.2.7 Aug 4 1730
Payments to: Capt. George Clark, Rev. John Donalson.
Mentions: 3 orphans (unnamed).
Administratrix: Rachael Wood 
Gillam, Rachel (I013184)
 
56283 Burkett: Jett first appeared on the Tax Lists of Fauquier County, 1824.
Burkett (and Mildred) Jett on the Tax Lists of Fauquier County, 1828.
Burkett Jett, Sr. (and Burkett Jett, Jr.) on the Tax Lists, Fauquier County, 1829.
Burkett Jett, Sr. (and Burkett Jett, Jr.) on the Tax Lists, Fauquier County, 1830.
Burkett Jett, Sr. (and Burkett Jett, Jr.) on the Tax Lists, Fauquier County, 1831.
Burkett (and Mildred) Jett on the Tax Lists, Fauquier County, 1832.
Burkett Jett appeared alone on the Tax Lists, Fauquier County, 1834.
Burkett Jett first appeared on the Tax Lists of Loudoun County, 1834.
Burkett Jett on the Tax Lists of Loudoun County, 1851. (Father or son?)

Birkett Jett, son of Birkett Jett (d. 1771), King George Co. Birkett Jett died in King George County, 1771. Will dated 1770. He was a brother of Francis Jett (d. 1766) and of Thomas Jett. (d. 1785).

Birkett (sic) Jett mentioned in the will of his uncle, Thomas Jett (d. 1785 of 'Westmoreland Co.)

Birkett Jett married Susannah Smith, King George County, 1789.
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Charles County, Maryland Land Records 1808-1810; Liber IB-8 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 265.
At the request of John Keech the following Bill of Sale was recorded April 4, 1809
I Jacob Dixon in consideration of $60 paid by John Keech have sold 1 sorrel horse.
In witness I have hereunto set my hand and seal this April 4, 1809, Jacob Dixon, in the presence of Burkett Jett and acknowledged before Samuel Ogden 
Jett, Burkett (I025917)
 
56284 BURN, JAMES, 12 Sept. 1724; 27 July 1726.
Wife Alice ; sons William and James; grandson Daniel Burns all of my estate.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA DEEDS & WILLS. No. 8. Part 1; 1723-1738 {Antient Press}: pp 170
THIS INDENTURE made ye Thirty first day of May in the fifth year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George ye Second by ye grace of God of Great Brittain, France and Ireland, King, Defender of the faith &c., & in ye year of our Lord Christ one thousd, seven hundd. & thirty two; Between JAMES BURN, WM: BURN & ALICE BURN (of ye Psh: of Cople in ye County of Westmoreland), Planters, & Exrs. of ye Last Will &Testament of JAMES BURN, late of ye Psh. & County aforesd. of ye one part & ISRAEL ELLENSWORTH of the Psh: of Hannover in ye County of KING GEORGE of ye other part: Wittnesseth yt: in consideration of ye sum of Sixty pounds currant money of Virga. & eight thousand pounds weight of good Tobo: to them in hand by ISRAEL ELLENSWORTH, which said JAMES BURN, WM: BURN & ALICE BURN doth freely acknowledge, hath and by these presents do bargain and sell unto ISRAEL ELLENSWORTH his heirs all that tract of Two hundd, seventy eight acres of land scituate on ye Branches of NOMONY RIVER in ye Psh. & County aforesd., being part of a Patent of Eighteen hundd. & ten acres of Land granted WM: PEIRCE, formerly of the Psh: & County aforesd., Gent., deced., by Patent bearing date ye 22d. day of March Anno Dom: 1665, wch: Patent by severall mean conveyances became ye right & inheritance of NICHOLAS SPENCER, deced. & were by ye Last Will & Testamt. of ye sd. NICHOLAS SPENCER, Esqr., give &devised to JNO: SPENCER his Son, & by ye sd. JNO: SPENCER sold & conveyed by Deed bearing date ye 25th day of 7br; 1706 unto JAMES BURN, Father of JAMES BURN & WM: BURN & by him ye said BURN (late of ye Psh: & County aforesd., deced.), given & devised by his Last Will &Testamt. unto ye sd, JAMES BURN & WM: BURN, parties to the afsd., Together with all houses rents issues and profits threof, ye sd. Two hundd. seventy eight acres of land scituate on ye Branches of NOMONY RIVER as aforesd., being butted & bounded; Beginning at ye mouth of a Beaver Dam Swamp issuing out of a Great Beaver Damm Swamp & extending thence up ye sd. Swamp by a line of marked trees So .5d. Wt. four hundd. & fifty poles to a mark'd Pohiccory wch. line divides this Land from another part of ye aforsd, Land now or late in ye possession of JNO: BUSHROD, Gentleman, thence No. 85d. Wt. twenty poles, thence Wt. So. Wt. ninety five poles to a marked white Oak standing on a level' near to a Horse Path coming from the Mill to Westmoreland Court House on ye North side of ye sd. Horse Path or Road, corner tree to ye land of EDWD. RANSDELL, late of ye Psh & County aforesd,, deced., thence No. 3d. East by a line of marked trees four hundd. twenty poles to a red Oak, thence down ye several meanders of ye sd. Branch to ye mouth thereof to ye aforesd. Great Beaver Damm Swamp, thence down ye meanders of ye aforesd, Great Beaver Swamp to ye first station; And all ye Estate right title and demand of JAMES BURN, WM: BURN & ALICE BURN in the land & premises; To have and to hold the p:cell of land with all its rights members and appurtenances unto ISRAEL ELLENSWORTH his heirs; to be held of ye Chief Lord or Lords of the Fee of ye p:mises by
ye Rents & Services for ye same due & of right accustomed to be paid; free and discharged from all incumbrances (ye Quit rents from time to time due to the Lord or Lords of the Fee only excepted) and JAMES BURN, WM: BURN and ALICE BURN their heirs the lands & p:mises wth: ye appurtenances to ISRAEL ELLENSWORTH his heirs against any person shall warrant and for ever defend; In Testimony whereof ye sd. partys to these p:sent Indentures interchangeably have sett their hands & Seals ye day & year first above mentioned
Test JOHN SPENCE, JAMES BURN
LUKE his mark - DEMERIT WM: his mark
TAO: TEMPLEMAN ALICE her mark BURN
Westmorld. ss. At a Court held for the sd. County the 31st day of May 1732
JAMES BURN, WILLIAM BURN & ALICE BURN personally acknowledged this Deed of Sale of Land by them passed to ISRAEL ELLENSWORTH to be their proper act and deed, which at the instance of the sd. ELLENSWORTH is admitted to Record
Test G. TURBERVILE, C. C. W.
Recorded the Seventh day of June 1732, pr. G . T., C. C. W.
(On margin: BURN's Bond to ELLENSWORTH)
KNOW ALL MEN by these p:sents yt: we JAMES BURN, WM: BURN & ALICE BURN of ye Psh: of Cople in ye County of Westmoreld., Planters, are held & firmly bound unto ISRAEL ELLENSWORTH of ye Psh. of Hannover in ye County of KING GEORGE his heirs in the full & just sum of two hundd. pounds Sterl: money of Great Brittain, to ye wch: payamt. well & truly to be made, we bind ourselves our heirs firmly by these p:sents; Sealed wth: our seals & dated this 31th day of May 1732
WHEREAS JAMES BURN, WM: BURN & ALICE BURN have sold unto ISRAEL ELLENSWORTH his heirs a tract of land: Now ye Condition of the above obligation is such yt: if ye above JAMES BURN, WM: BURN & ALICE BURN their heirs shall at all times hereafter stand to abide & accomplish all the agreemts. comprized in the Indenture and will for ever warrant and defend from ye claim of them & every of their heirs, Then ye above Obligation to be void & of none effect otherwise to remain in full force power and virtue
Sign'd Seal'd &Dd, in ye presence of
JOHN SPENCE, JAMES BURN
LUKE his mark DEMERIT WM: his mark BURN
THO: TEMPLEMAN ALICE her mark BURN
Westmorld. ss. At a Court held for the sd. County the 31st day of May 1732
JAMES BURN, WM. BURN & ALICE BURN personally acknowledged this Bond for the performance of Covenants by them passed to ISRAEL ELLENSWORTH to be their proper act and deed, which at the instance of the sd. ELLENSWORTH is admitted to Record
Test G. TURBERVILE, C. C. W.
Recorded the Seventh day of June 1732, pr. G. T., C. C. W. 
Burne, James (I086376)
 
56285 BURN, JAMES, 12 Sept. 1724; 27 July 1726.
Wife Alice ; sons William and James; grandson Daniel Burns all of my estate.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA DEEDS & WILLS. No. 8. Part 1; 1723-1738 {Antient Press}: pp 170
THIS INDENTURE made ye Thirty first day of May in the fifth year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George ye Second by ye grace of God of Great Brittain, France and Ireland, King, Defender of the faith &c., & in ye year of our Lord Christ one thousd, seven hundd. & thirty two; Between JAMES BURN, WM: BURN & ALICE BURN (of ye Psh: of Cople in ye County of Westmoreland), Planters, & Exrs. of ye Last Will &Testament of JAMES BURN, late of ye Psh. & County aforesd. of ye one part & ISRAEL ELLENSWORTH of the Psh: of Hannover in ye County of KING GEORGE of ye other part: Wittnesseth yt: in consideration of ye sum of Sixty pounds currant money of Virga. & eight thousand pounds weight of good Tobo: to them in hand by ISRAEL ELLENSWORTH, which said JAMES BURN, WM: BURN & ALICE BURN doth freely acknowledge, hath and by these presents do bargain and sell unto ISRAEL ELLENSWORTH his heirs all that tract of Two hundd, seventy eight acres of land scituate on ye Branches of NOMONY RIVER in ye Psh. & County aforesd., being part of a Patent of Eighteen hundd. & ten acres of Land granted WM: PEIRCE, formerly of the Psh: & County aforesd., Gent., deced., by Patent bearing date ye 22d. day of March Anno Dom: 1665, wch: Patent by severall mean conveyances became ye right & inheritance of NICHOLAS SPENCER, deced. & were by ye Last Will & Testamt. of ye sd. NICHOLAS SPENCER, Esqr., give &devised to JNO: SPENCER his Son, & by ye sd. JNO: SPENCER sold & conveyed by Deed bearing date ye 25th day of 7br; 1706 unto JAMES BURN, Father of JAMES BURN & WM: BURN & by him ye said BURN (late of ye Psh: & County aforesd., deced.), given & devised by his Last Will &Testamt. unto ye sd, JAMES BURN & WM: BURN, parties to the afsd., Together with all houses rents issues and profits threof, ye sd. Two hundd. seventy eight acres of land scituate on ye Branches of NOMONY RIVER as aforesd., being butted & bounded; Beginning at ye mouth of a Beaver Dam Swamp issuing out of a Great Beaver Damm Swamp & extending thence up ye sd. Swamp by a line of marked trees So .5d. Wt. four hundd. & fifty poles to a mark'd Pohiccory wch. line divides this Land from another part of ye aforsd, Land now or late in ye possession of JNO: BUSHROD, Gentleman, thence No. 85d. Wt. twenty poles, thence Wt. So. Wt. ninety five poles to a marked white Oak standing on a level' near to a Horse Path coming from the Mill to Westmoreland Court House on ye North side of ye sd. Horse Path or Road, corner tree to ye land of EDWD. RANSDELL, late of ye Psh & County aforesd,, deced., thence No. 3d. East by a line of marked trees four hundd. twenty poles to a red Oak, thence down ye several meanders of ye sd. Branch to ye mouth thereof to ye aforesd. Great Beaver Damm Swamp, thence down ye meanders of ye aforesd, Great Beaver Swamp to ye first station; And all ye Estate right title and demand of JAMES BURN, WM: BURN & ALICE BURN in the land & premises; To have and to hold the p:cell of land with all its rights members and appurtenances unto ISRAEL ELLENSWORTH his heirs; to be held of ye Chief Lord or Lords of the Fee of ye p:mises by
ye Rents & Services for ye same due & of right accustomed to be paid; free and discharged from all incumbrances (ye Quit rents from time to time due to the Lord or Lords of the Fee only excepted) and JAMES BURN, WM: BURN and ALICE BURN their heirs the lands & p:mises wth: ye appurtenances to ISRAEL ELLENSWORTH his heirs against any person shall warrant and for ever defend; In Testimony whereof ye sd. partys to these p:sent Indentures interchangeably have sett their hands & Seals ye day & year first above mentioned
Test JOHN SPENCE, JAMES BURN
LUKE his mark - DEMERIT WM: his mark
TAO: TEMPLEMAN ALICE her mark BURN
Westmorld. ss. At a Court held for the sd. County the 31st day of May 1732
JAMES BURN, WILLIAM BURN & ALICE BURN personally acknowledged this Deed of Sale of Land by them passed to ISRAEL ELLENSWORTH to be their proper act and deed, which at the instance of the sd. ELLENSWORTH is admitted to Record
Test G. TURBERVILE, C. C. W.
Recorded the Seventh day of June 1732, pr. G . T., C. C. W.
(On margin: BURN's Bond to ELLENSWORTH)
KNOW ALL MEN by these p:sents yt: we JAMES BURN, WM: BURN & ALICE BURN of ye Psh: of Cople in ye County of Westmoreld., Planters, are held & firmly bound unto ISRAEL ELLENSWORTH of ye Psh. of Hannover in ye County of KING GEORGE his heirs in the full & just sum of two hundd. pounds Sterl: money of Great Brittain, to ye wch: payamt. well & truly to be made, we bind ourselves our heirs firmly by these p:sents; Sealed wth: our seals & dated this 31th day of May 1732
WHEREAS JAMES BURN, WM: BURN & ALICE BURN have sold unto ISRAEL ELLENSWORTH his heirs a tract of land: Now ye Condition of the above obligation is such yt: if ye above JAMES BURN, WM: BURN & ALICE BURN their heirs shall at all times hereafter stand to abide & accomplish all the agreemts. comprized in the Indenture and will for ever warrant and defend from ye claim of them & every of their heirs, Then ye above Obligation to be void & of none effect otherwise to remain in full force power and virtue
Sign'd Seal'd &Dd, in ye presence of
JOHN SPENCE, JAMES BURN
LUKE his mark DEMERIT WM: his mark BURN
THO: TEMPLEMAN ALICE her mark BURN
Westmorld. ss. At a Court held for the sd. County the 31st day of May 1732
JAMES BURN, WM. BURN & ALICE BURN personally acknowledged this Bond for the performance of Covenants by them passed to ISRAEL ELLENSWORTH to be their proper act and deed, which at the instance of the sd. ELLENSWORTH is admitted to Record
Test G. TURBERVILE, C. C. W.
Recorded the Seventh day of June 1732, pr. G. T., C. C. W. 
Burne, Alice MNU (I086377)
 
56286 BURN, JAMES, 12 Sept. 1724; 27 July 1726.
Wife Alice ; sons William and James; grandson Daniel Burns all of my estate.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA DEEDS & WILLS. No. 8. Part 1; 1723-1738 {Antient Press}: pp 170
THIS INDENTURE made ye Thirty first day of May in the fifth year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George ye Second by ye grace of God of Great Brittain, France and Ireland, King, Defender of the faith &c., & in ye year of our Lord Christ one thousd, seven hundd. & thirty two; Between JAMES BURN, WM: BURN & ALICE BURN (of ye Psh: of Cople in ye County of Westmoreland), Planters, & Exrs. of ye Last Will &Testament of JAMES BURN, late of ye Psh. & County aforesd. of ye one part & ISRAEL ELLENSWORTH of the Psh: of Hannover in ye County of KING GEORGE of ye other part: Wittnesseth yt: in consideration of ye sum of Sixty pounds currant money of Virga. & eight thousand pounds weight of good Tobo: to them in hand by ISRAEL ELLENSWORTH, which said JAMES BURN, WM: BURN & ALICE BURN doth freely acknowledge, hath and by these presents do bargain and sell unto ISRAEL ELLENSWORTH his heirs all that tract of Two hundd, seventy eight acres of land scituate on ye Branches of NOMONY RIVER in ye Psh. & County aforesd., being part of a Patent of Eighteen hundd. & ten acres of Land granted WM: PEIRCE, formerly of the Psh: & County aforesd., Gent., deced., by Patent bearing date ye 22d. day of March Anno Dom: 1665, wch: Patent by severall mean conveyances became ye right & inheritance of NICHOLAS SPENCER, deced. & were by ye Last Will & Testamt. of ye sd. NICHOLAS SPENCER, Esqr., give &devised to JNO: SPENCER his Son, & by ye sd. JNO: SPENCER sold & conveyed by Deed bearing date ye 25th day of 7br; 1706 unto JAMES BURN, Father of JAMES BURN & WM: BURN & by him ye said BURN (late of ye Psh: & County aforesd., deced.), given & devised by his Last Will &Testamt. unto ye sd, JAMES BURN & WM: BURN, parties to the afsd., Together with all houses rents issues and profits threof, ye sd. Two hundd. seventy eight acres of land scituate on ye Branches of NOMONY RIVER as aforesd., being butted & bounded; Beginning at ye mouth of a Beaver Dam Swamp issuing out of a Great Beaver Damm Swamp & extending thence up ye sd. Swamp by a line of marked trees So .5d. Wt. four hundd. & fifty poles to a mark'd Pohiccory wch. line divides this Land from another part of ye aforsd, Land now or late in ye possession of JNO: BUSHROD, Gentleman, thence No. 85d. Wt. twenty poles, thence Wt. So. Wt. ninety five poles to a marked white Oak standing on a level' near to a Horse Path coming from the Mill to Westmoreland Court House on ye North side of ye sd. Horse Path or Road, corner tree to ye land of EDWD. RANSDELL, late of ye Psh & County aforesd,, deced., thence No. 3d. East by a line of marked trees four hundd. twenty poles to a red Oak, thence down ye several meanders of ye sd. Branch to ye mouth thereof to ye aforesd. Great Beaver Damm Swamp, thence down ye meanders of ye aforesd, Great Beaver Swamp to ye first station; And all ye Estate right title and demand of JAMES BURN, WM: BURN & ALICE BURN in the land & premises; To have and to hold the p:cell of land with all its rights members and appurtenances unto ISRAEL ELLENSWORTH his heirs; to be held of ye Chief Lord or Lords of the Fee of ye p:mises by
ye Rents & Services for ye same due & of right accustomed to be paid; free and discharged from all incumbrances (ye Quit rents from time to time due to the Lord or Lords of the Fee only excepted) and JAMES BURN, WM: BURN and ALICE BURN their heirs the lands & p:mises wth: ye appurtenances to ISRAEL ELLENSWORTH his heirs against any person shall warrant and for ever defend; In Testimony whereof ye sd. partys to these p:sent Indentures interchangeably have sett their hands & Seals ye day & year first above mentioned
Test JOHN SPENCE, JAMES BURN
LUKE his mark - DEMERIT WM: his mark
TAO: TEMPLEMAN ALICE her mark BURN
Westmorld. ss. At a Court held for the sd. County the 31st day of May 1732
JAMES BURN, WILLIAM BURN & ALICE BURN personally acknowledged this Deed of Sale of Land by them passed to ISRAEL ELLENSWORTH to be their proper act and deed, which at the instance of the sd. ELLENSWORTH is admitted to Record
Test G. TURBERVILE, C. C. W.
Recorded the Seventh day of June 1732, pr. G . T., C. C. W.
(On margin: BURN's Bond to ELLENSWORTH)
KNOW ALL MEN by these p:sents yt: we JAMES BURN, WM: BURN & ALICE BURN of ye Psh: of Cople in ye County of Westmoreld., Planters, are held & firmly bound unto ISRAEL ELLENSWORTH of ye Psh. of Hannover in ye County of KING GEORGE his heirs in the full & just sum of two hundd. pounds Sterl: money of Great Brittain, to ye wch: payamt. well & truly to be made, we bind ourselves our heirs firmly by these p:sents; Sealed wth: our seals & dated this 31th day of May 1732
WHEREAS JAMES BURN, WM: BURN & ALICE BURN have sold unto ISRAEL ELLENSWORTH his heirs a tract of land: Now ye Condition of the above obligation is such yt: if ye above JAMES BURN, WM: BURN & ALICE BURN their heirs shall at all times hereafter stand to abide & accomplish all the agreemts. comprized in the Indenture and will for ever warrant and defend from ye claim of them & every of their heirs, Then ye above Obligation to be void & of none effect otherwise to remain in full force power and virtue
Sign'd Seal'd &Dd, in ye presence of
JOHN SPENCE, JAMES BURN
LUKE his mark DEMERIT WM: his mark BURN
THO: TEMPLEMAN ALICE her mark BURN
Westmorld. ss. At a Court held for the sd. County the 31st day of May 1732
JAMES BURN, WM. BURN & ALICE BURN personally acknowledged this Bond for the performance of Covenants by them passed to ISRAEL ELLENSWORTH to be their proper act and deed, which at the instance of the sd. ELLENSWORTH is admitted to Record
Test G. TURBERVILE, C. C. W.
Recorded the Seventh day of June 1732, pr. G. T., C. C. W. 
Burne, James (I086378)
 
56287 BURN, JAMES, 12 Sept. 1724; 27 July 1726.
Wife Alice ; sons William and James; grandson Daniel Burns all of my estate.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA DEEDS & WILLS. No. 8. Part 1; 1723-1738 {Antient Press}: pp 170
THIS INDENTURE made ye Thirty first day of May in the fifth year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George ye Second by ye grace of God of Great Brittain, France and Ireland, King, Defender of the faith &c., & in ye year of our Lord Christ one thousd, seven hundd. & thirty two; Between JAMES BURN, WM: BURN & ALICE BURN (of ye Psh: of Cople in ye County of Westmoreland), Planters, & Exrs. of ye Last Will &Testament of JAMES BURN, late of ye Psh. & County aforesd. of ye one part & ISRAEL ELLENSWORTH of the Psh: of Hannover in ye County of KING GEORGE of ye other part: Wittnesseth yt: in consideration of ye sum of Sixty pounds currant money of Virga. & eight thousand pounds weight of good Tobo: to them in hand by ISRAEL ELLENSWORTH, which said JAMES BURN, WM: BURN & ALICE BURN doth freely acknowledge, hath and by these presents do bargain and sell unto ISRAEL ELLENSWORTH his heirs all that tract of Two hundd, seventy eight acres of land scituate on ye Branches of NOMONY RIVER in ye Psh. & County aforesd., being part of a Patent of Eighteen hundd. & ten acres of Land granted WM: PEIRCE, formerly of the Psh: & County aforesd., Gent., deced., by Patent bearing date ye 22d. day of March Anno Dom: 1665, wch: Patent by severall mean conveyances became ye right & inheritance of NICHOLAS SPENCER, deced. & were by ye Last Will & Testamt. of ye sd. NICHOLAS SPENCER, Esqr., give &devised to JNO: SPENCER his Son, & by ye sd. JNO: SPENCER sold & conveyed by Deed bearing date ye 25th day of 7br; 1706 unto JAMES BURN, Father of JAMES BURN & WM: BURN & by him ye said BURN (late of ye Psh: & County aforesd., deced.), given & devised by his Last Will &Testamt. unto ye sd, JAMES BURN & WM: BURN, parties to the afsd., Together with all houses rents issues and profits threof, ye sd. Two hundd. seventy eight acres of land scituate on ye Branches of NOMONY RIVER as aforesd., being butted & bounded; Beginning at ye mouth of a Beaver Dam Swamp issuing out of a Great Beaver Damm Swamp & extending thence up ye sd. Swamp by a line of marked trees So .5d. Wt. four hundd. & fifty poles to a mark'd Pohiccory wch. line divides this Land from another part of ye aforsd, Land now or late in ye possession of JNO: BUSHROD, Gentleman, thence No. 85d. Wt. twenty poles, thence Wt. So. Wt. ninety five poles to a marked white Oak standing on a level' near to a Horse Path coming from the Mill to Westmoreland Court House on ye North side of ye sd. Horse Path or Road, corner tree to ye land of EDWD. RANSDELL, late of ye Psh & County aforesd,, deced., thence No. 3d. East by a line of marked trees four hundd. twenty poles to a red Oak, thence down ye several meanders of ye sd. Branch to ye mouth thereof to ye aforesd. Great Beaver Damm Swamp, thence down ye meanders of ye aforesd, Great Beaver Swamp to ye first station; And all ye Estate right title and demand of JAMES BURN, WM: BURN & ALICE BURN in the land & premises; To have and to hold the p:cell of land with all its rights members and appurtenances unto ISRAEL ELLENSWORTH his heirs; to be held of ye Chief Lord or Lords of the Fee of ye p:mises by
ye Rents & Services for ye same due & of right accustomed to be paid; free and discharged from all incumbrances (ye Quit rents from time to time due to the Lord or Lords of the Fee only excepted) and JAMES BURN, WM: BURN and ALICE BURN their heirs the lands & p:mises wth: ye appurtenances to ISRAEL ELLENSWORTH his heirs against any person shall warrant and for ever defend; In Testimony whereof ye sd. partys to these p:sent Indentures interchangeably have sett their hands & Seals ye day & year first above mentioned
Test JOHN SPENCE, JAMES BURN
LUKE his mark - DEMERIT WM: his mark
TAO: TEMPLEMAN ALICE her mark BURN
Westmorld. ss. At a Court held for the sd. County the 31st day of May 1732
JAMES BURN, WILLIAM BURN & ALICE BURN personally acknowledged this Deed of Sale of Land by them passed to ISRAEL ELLENSWORTH to be their proper act and deed, which at the instance of the sd. ELLENSWORTH is admitted to Record
Test G. TURBERVILE, C. C. W.
Recorded the Seventh day of June 1732, pr. G . T., C. C. W.
(On margin: BURN's Bond to ELLENSWORTH)
KNOW ALL MEN by these p:sents yt: we JAMES BURN, WM: BURN & ALICE BURN of ye Psh: of Cople in ye County of Westmoreld., Planters, are held & firmly bound unto ISRAEL ELLENSWORTH of ye Psh. of Hannover in ye County of KING GEORGE his heirs in the full & just sum of two hundd. pounds Sterl: money of Great Brittain, to ye wch: payamt. well & truly to be made, we bind ourselves our heirs firmly by these p:sents; Sealed wth: our seals & dated this 31th day of May 1732
WHEREAS JAMES BURN, WM: BURN & ALICE BURN have sold unto ISRAEL ELLENSWORTH his heirs a tract of land: Now ye Condition of the above obligation is such yt: if ye above JAMES BURN, WM: BURN & ALICE BURN their heirs shall at all times hereafter stand to abide & accomplish all the agreemts. comprized in the Indenture and will for ever warrant and defend from ye claim of them & every of their heirs, Then ye above Obligation to be void & of none effect otherwise to remain in full force power and virtue
Sign'd Seal'd &Dd, in ye presence of
JOHN SPENCE, JAMES BURN
LUKE his mark DEMERIT WM: his mark BURN
THO: TEMPLEMAN ALICE her mark BURN
Westmorld. ss. At a Court held for the sd. County the 31st day of May 1732
JAMES BURN, WM. BURN & ALICE BURN personally acknowledged this Bond for the performance of Covenants by them passed to ISRAEL ELLENSWORTH to be their proper act and deed, which at the instance of the sd. ELLENSWORTH is admitted to Record
Test G. TURBERVILE, C. C. W.
Recorded the Seventh day of June 1732, pr. G. T., C. C. W. 
Burne, William (I086379)
 
56288 Burnam, William, Chas. County, 11th Dec., 1694;
20th Apr., 1695.
To wife Alice, use of plantation during widowhood.
to sons Samuel and John, land equally at majority of son John. In event of death of both sons without issue, estate to revert to wife Alice afsd. and her hrs.
to wife and 2 sons afsd. personal estate equally.
Exs.: Wife Alice and son Samuel afsd.
Test: Abell Wakefield, Walter Story. 7. 71

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Charles County Circuit Court, Cattle Marks, Libers C-L (1665-1685)
William Burnam - 1675
William Burnham - 1682
Samuel Burnham - 1682
John Burnham - 1682 
Burnham, John (I011132)
 
56289 Burnam, William, Chas. County, 11th Dec., 1694; 20th Apr., 1695.
To wife Alice, use of plantation during widowhood.
to sons Samuel and John, land equally at majority of son John. In event of death of both sons without issue, estate to revert to wife Alice afsd. and her hrs.
to wife and 2 sons afsd. personal estate equally.
Exs.: Wife Alice and son Samuel afsd.
Test: Abell Wakefield, Walter Story. 7. 71

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Charles County Circuit Court, Cattle Marks, Libers C-L (1665-1685)
William Burnam - 1675
William Burnham - 1682
Samuel Burnham - 1682
John Burnham - 1682
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Thomas Tallor [Taylor] 19-1/2B.113 A CH Apr 25 1700
Received from: John Loftin, Anne Hide, Samuel Burnham,
Payments to: Joseph Venor, Anne Cox, Mrs. Sarah Smith.
Administratrix/Executrix: widow (unnamed), wife of John Gwin,
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James Cox 20.269 A CH 46.3.5 #3331 May 13 1701
The amount of the inventory is equivalent to #11081.
List of debts: Anthony Neale, Samuell Burnham, Isaac Maud, William Herbert, Joan Decreger, Robert Yates, John Manner, Richard Coe.
Administrator: John Russell. 
Burnham, Samuel (I011131)
 
56290 Burnam, William, Chas. County, 11th Dec., 1694; 20th Apr., 1695.
To wife Alice, use of plantation during widowhood.
to sons Samuel and John, land equally at majority of son John. In event of death of both sons without issue, estate to revert to wife Alice afsd. and her hrs.
to wife and 2 sons afsd. personal estate equally.
Exs.: Wife Alice and son Samuel afsd.
Test: Abell Wakefield, Walter Story. 7. 71
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Contributed by Kayla J. Lee Williams

From Abstracts of the Testamentary Proceedings of the Prerogative Court of Maryland Volume VIII: 1697-1700 by V.L. Skinner, Jr., 2007.

p. 177
Court Session: May 1700
Samuell Burman executor of William Burman summoned to exhibit accounts. Case dismissed.

p. 178
Thomas Lee & his wife Alice executrix of William Burman exhibited that estate is overpaid. 
Burnham, Alice MNU (I011133)
 
56291 burned at the stake by Wyandotte & Moravian Indians Harrison, William (I068359)
 
56292 Burr William Harrison, who was born at Dumfries April 23, 1793, went to Morrisworth with his mother in 1811, later establishing his home in Leesburg. He was a famous lawyer, and he represented Loudoun in the legislature from 1840 to 1847. In 1822 he married Sarah Harrison Powell, who died November 6, 1845, and was a daughter of Maj. Burr Powell and Catherine Brooke Powell and a grand-daughter of Col. Levin Powell. Their children were numerous. The oldest, Mathew, born December 18, 1822. married Anne Harriotte Jones daughter of Gen. Walter Jones, in 1851. The second was Edward, a lawyer, who died young. The third was Powell, who married Janet Fauntleroy of Leesburg. Others were Laura, born 1824 and died young; Anne Maria, born 1829 and died at Leesburg. 1808; Elizabeth Conrad, born 1836 and died at Leesburg, 1907; and Alice Blackburn, born 1838 and died 1870. Then there was Catherine Cornelia Harrison, born 1840, who married Maj. Burr P. Noland of Middleburg. Then also there was William Elxey Harrison, born [...],a graduate of the Virginia Military Institute, an officer of the engineer corps of the Confederate army and in 1863 in charge of the fortifications of Richmond. He married Elizabeth Edwards in 1866. Harrison, Burr William (I049954)
 
56293 Burroughs? Borough, Volendine (I112016)
 
56294 Busey, Paul, Prince George's Co,, 29th May, 1731; 23rd June, 1731.
To mother [unnamed] bro. John and sister Sarah, personal estate equally.
Test: John Mawdesly, Samuel Busey, Joshua Busey. 20.202.
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Edmund Evans 22.31 AA 285.12.5 Aug 11 1736 Sep 9 1736
Appraisers: Richard Purnell, Benjamin Allein.
Next of kin: Sarah Busey, John Busey.
Executrix: Abigail Evans
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BUSSEY, SARAH, Prince George's Co. 25 Aug, 1745; 15 Oct, 1745
To son EDWARD BEUSEY, slaves.
To son SAMUEL BEUSEY,
Mentions: sons-ln-law, JOSEPH RICHARDSON and GRIFFITH DAVIS, and his dau., ANNE DAVIS.
To grand-dau. MARY RAY, slaves.
Son JOHN BEUSEY ex.
Wit: Henry Smith, Daniel Beusey, James Ray, 24.234 - 235 
Busey, John (I048057)
 
56295 Bushey, Captain Arthur Clifton, USN ret, Ancestry of Governor Thomas Swann. 4401 Rowland Avenue, Baltimore County, Maryland 21210
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Samuel Chunn 43.227 CH 227.5.0 May 7 1750 May 19 1750
Appraisers: James Nivison Robert Horner.
Creditors; Robert Yates attorney for Josiah Kersley, Francis Parnham.
Next of kin: Benjamin Chunn, Andrew Chunn.
Administrator/Executor: Philip Briscoe.
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Capt. Samuel Chun/Chunn 52.53 CH 1.1.8 Aug 8 1752 Nov 21 1752
Appraisers: Robert Horner, Winson Bruce.
Creditors: John Winter, Walter Hanson for John Stott.
Next of kin: Benjamin Chunn Andrew Chunn.
Administrators/Executors: George Briscoe, Erasmus Gill and his wife Cassandra Gill.
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Samuel Chunn 33.297 A CH 227.5.0 283.8.7 Nov 21 1752
A second inventory is cited in the amount of 1.1.8.
Sureties: Robert Gill, John Philppot.
Received from: William Higdon, James Williams, Charles Douglass, Mat. Henekin, James Campbell, Peter Cartwright, James Waters, John Davies, Just. Burch, Charles Love, Benjamin Philpott, Thomas Burch.
Payments to: Phill. Briscoe (accountant), Richard Gildart, Esq. & Sons paid to Mr. Robert Horner, Robert Horner, Samuel Hanson, Samuel Marshall, William Skyrin, Dr. Francis Parnham, William Robinson, MM Buchanan & Cockran paid to Mr. James Campbell, Robert Whythill, Francis Ellgin, William Bryan, Dr.
Gustavus Brown, Jos. Henley paid to Mr. Robert Yates, Upper Part of King & Queen Parish paid to their Mary Gill, D. Dulany, Esq., Walter Hanson, Robert Chesley (of St. Mary's County), Hudson Wather, James Wather, Thomas Cooksey, Thomas Hardman, John Llewellin, John Wood, Dr. McWilliams, Peter Wood, Dr. Hamilton, John Scott, James Campbell, D. Jenifer.
Mentions; widow (unnamed, dead), 5 children; Cassandra Gill (of age), Acquilla Chunn (aged 17), Mary, Elisabeth Chunn, Walter Chunn (aged 3).
Administrators (de bonrs non): George Briscoe, Erasmus Gill and his wife Cassandra Gill. Unadministered by Philip. Briscoe.

73) 21 Nov 1752 - Charles County
George BRISCOE, Eramus GILL 4 Cassandra his wife, Adm de bonis non of Samuel
CHUNN
Sureties - Robert GILL & John PHILPOTT
Reps: Cassandra GILL of full age
Aquilla CHUNN aged 18 yr March next
Mary CHUNN
Elizabeth CHUNN
Walter CHUNN aged 3 yrs the 16th of Jan last
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Samuel Chunn 2.37 D CH 30.7.8 Oct 25 1756
Sureties: John Philpott, Robert Gill.
Distribution to: Cassandra Gill, Acqulla Chunn, Elisabeth Chunn, Walter Chunn.
Administratrix: Cassandra Gill, wife of Erasmus Gill.
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William Scott 23.72 A CH 251.1.7 35.7.9 Sep 17 1746
Sureties: Robert Yates, Samuel Chunn,
Received from: Peter Dent, John Noe.
Payments to: Winifred Burch, Thomas Midgley, John Slye, Mr. Henry Brooke, James Williams, Dr. Francis Parnham, Edward Davis, William Leatherland, Benjamin King, Jest. Williams, Samuel Hanson, Walter Hanson.
Representatives: widow (unnamed), 3 children: John & Elisabeth Scott, Rebecca Burch.
Administratrix: Anne Scott.
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CARTWRIGHT, PETER, Charles Co. 25 Nov 1748; 22 July 1751
To my two sons, Robert and Thomas, tract In St, Mary's Co,
near the head of Chaptico Bay, known as "Western Addition." if either of them should die without heirs then the right shall devolve on son Samuel and if he dies without heirs then to the next surviving sons, etc.
To son Gustavus 23 A. joining my dwelling plantation called "Lapworth" which I purchased of John Slye.
To son Gustavus, Negro girl Lucy.
To wife Esther Cartwright, Negro man Roger, In addition to her thirds.
Son Thomas Cartwright and wife Esther Cartwright, exs.
wit: Sam Chunn, Peter Dent, John Tuel. 28.161.
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John Nalley 12.116A A CH 100.14.6 35.3.6 Nov 10 1733
There are two folios numbered 116; for identification purposes, the first is cited as
116A, the second as 116B.
Sureties: Samuell Chunn, Daniell Macferson.
Received from: Daniel Mcferson, Henry Teveson.
Payments to: Samuell Bishop, Joseph Gardiner, Patrick Mullen, Richard Edelin, executor of John Eburnathy, Dr. John Haw, Daniel Mcpherson, John Wathen, John Parnham, Samuell Belwood.
Executor: William Nalley.
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Jameson, Thomas, gent, Charles County, 17th Nov., 1733; 6th Apr., 1734.
To son Thomas, during life, all those parts of the several tracts following, viz.: "Hall's Place;" "The Addition," Jarvis," "Preston" and "'Queen Mary," not heretofore sold and hereafter mentioned to young. sons to whom it is disposed of, and after decease of sd. son Thomas all afsd. lands (300 A.) to be divided between his two sons John and Thomas and their hrs.; and 20 s.
To wife of son Thomas (unnamed), and every one of her child., personalty; and to child. of son Thomas 25 s. each to pay for 1 yr's schooling,.
To son Benjamin and hrs., all those parts of tracts following., viz.: "Wall's Lot" "Halls" Place," "Jarvis" and "The Addition," lying between dwelling house, Spring branch and the land formerly given to deceased son Henry Joshua Jameson.
To son Joseph and hrs,, all those parts of the tracts following., viz.: 'Wall's Lot," "Indian Fields" on both sides of Mill Run, "Hall's Place." "The Addition" and "Jarvis," being of the Mannor contents which lieth between Mill Run and dwelling house, "Spring Run."'
To Henry and Richard, sons of deceased son Henry Joshua, personalty, including 25 s. for one yr.'s schooling.
To dau. Mary Queen and to each of her child. (unnamed), son-in-law Marsham Queen, dau. Martha Matthews and to each of her child. (unnamed)., son-in-law Luke Matthews, daus., Elizabeth and Ann, personalty.
To wife Mary and four child. now with testator, viz.: Benjamin, Joseph, Elizabeth and Ann, entire personal estate.
Exs.: Marsham Queen and Luke Matthews.
Test: Thomas Leckonby, Samuel Chunn, Martha Matthews.
6th Apr., 1734, widow claims her thirds. 21.4
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Nally, John, planter, Charles County, 6th Feb., 1732/3; 3rd Mch., 1732/3,
To son Denis and hrs., 75 A. being pt. of 2 tracts "'Georges Rest" and "Huskilow's Addition", provided sd. son make over and confirm to son Joseph and hrs., 50 A. "Saint Vincents," shd. he not do so the afsd. 75A. to son Joseph and hrs.
To son John and hrs., 75 A. "Langley".
To son William ex. and hrs., 75 A. being residue of tracts bequeathed son Denis,
Test: Daniel McPherson, William McPherson, Samuel Chum, (Churm). 20,578.
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John Nalley 12.116A A CH 100.14.6 35.3.6 Nov 10 1733
There are two folios numbered 116; for identification purposes, the first is cited as
116A, the second as 116B.
Sureties: Samuell Chunn, Daniell Macferson.
Received from: Daniel Mcferson, Henry Teveson.
Payments to: Samuell Bishop, Joseph Gardiner, Patrick Mullen, Richard Edelin, executor of John Eburnathy, Dr. John Haw, Daniel Mcpherson, John Wathen, John Parnham, Samuell Belwood.
Executor: William Nalley.
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John Chunn 23.76 A CH 421.15.1 126.19.11 Oct 15 1746
Sureties: Thomas Bazil, Jr., Samuel Amery.
Received from: Jest. Burch, Thomas Dyson, George Dyson, William Scott, James Mills.
Payments to: James Nevison, James Nevison assignee of Thomas Jackson, Dr. John Williams, Dr. Richard Cooke, Dr. Parnham, Philip Key, Samuel Love, Richard Wainwright, Edward Davis, executors of Peter Mitchell, Abigal Swann, Mr. Henry Brooker Thomas Dyson, Thomas Tippel, Sarah Dyson, Robert Biscoe, Joseph Noble, William Blackenbury, Joseph Allen, Samuel Chunn, Daniel Dulany, Esq., Walter Hanson, Samuel Hanson.
Administrator (de bonis non): Andrew Chunn.
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Richard Chunn 23.109 A CH 89.10.6 90.9.3 Jan 7 1746
Sureties: Samuel Amery, Edward Swann.
Received from: Samuel Chunn, John Turton, Edward Swann, Samuel Sothorn, Isaac
Wood, Thomas Ash, John Noe.
Payments to; James Nevison, MM Gildart & Sons (merchants in Liverpool), Samuel
Chunn, MM Muschel & Co., Thomas Midgley, James Compton, Samuel Ameryt Anne
Suel, Richard Anderson, Joseph Noble, Rubard Boarman, William Harrison, Sarah
Dyson, Zachariah Bond, Charles Love, Edward Davis, William Blackenbury,
Susannah Magglestone, Anthony Semmes, John Wise, Daniel Dulany, Esq., Walter
Hanson.
Representatives (siblings): Mary Anne Burch, Elisabeth Chunn, Lydia Chunn,
Perregrine Chunn, Andrew Chunn, Judith Chunn, Dorithy Chunn.
Administrator (de bonis non): Andrew Chunn.
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John Noe 10.217 A CH 48.6.2 17.0,7 Mar 17 1729
Received from: John Ebernathey, William Symmons.
Payments to: John Howard, Charles Hepburn, Samuel Chunn, Andrew Chunn, Thomas Barron, William Morpley, Edward Henry Calvert, Esq., Samuel Hanson, John Parnham,
Administratrix: Sarah Noe.
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George Briscoe 7,406 A SM 152.15.1 21,9,8 Jul 5 1726
Received from: Mr. William Hunt (merchant).
Payments to: Samuell Love, John Cartwright, Samuell Chunn, Benjamin Chunn, Henry Williamson, Col, T, T. Greenfield, Samuell Williamson, George Davis, Col. Greenfield, John Birch, Maj. Tru. Greenfield.
Administratrix: Mary Briscoe, now wife of William Tippolls [or Tippett] of Charles County.
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Henry Wathen 23.170 CH 80.4.9 Apr 20 1738 Jun 5 1738
Appraisers: G. Hatton, Samuel Chunn.
Creditors: Michael Williams, John Parnham.
Next of kin: John Wathen, Hudson Wathen.
Administratrix: Elisabeth Wathen.
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Henry Wathen 17.96 A CH 80,4.9 7.15.8 Apr 7 1739
Sureties: John Wathen, Hudson Wathen.
Received from: Baptist Boarman, Dennis Nally, William Bowling, Patrick Ferrell, Thomas Wigton, Mr. Parnham.
Payments to: John Parnham, Daniel Dulany, Samuel Hanson, Samuel Chunn.
Mentions: 5 children (unnamed).
Administratrix: Elisabeth Hardman, wife of Thomas Hardman.
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Thomas Muggleston 19.512 A CH 23.13.6 33.17.10 Jul 18 1743
Sureties: James Swann (of St. Mary's County), Samuel Chimis (of Charles County).
Payments to: Charles Love, Samuel Chimis, Walter Hanson, Richard Marshall.
Administratrix: Barbara Muggleston.
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Thomas Mugglestone 21.175 A CH 15.19.3 Feb 18 1744
Sureties (of St. Mary's County): James Swann, Samuel Chunn.
Received from: James Dyson, Mary Barber, Joseph Cresmand, Thomas Cannery.
Payments to: Walter Hanson, Daniel Dulany, Esq., John Knight.
Administratrix: Barbara Mugglestone.
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Mr. Thomas Mugleston 28.156 CH 23.13.6 [1744-1745]
(also Thomas Muggleston)
Appraisers: John Harris, Charles Love.
Creditors: Samuel Chunn, Richard Marshall.
Administratrix: Barbara Muggleston.
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Thomas Clark 19.519 A CH 187.13.2 36.8.2 Aug 2 1743
Sureties: Charles Love, Stephen Chandler.
Received from: Boman Boye (?), James Hannah, Mr. Robert Horner, Charles Love.
Payments to: Mr. William Campbell, Dr. Gustavus Brown, Francis Posey, Charles
Love, Samuel Chimis.
Executrix: Mary Musgrave, wife of Benjamin Musgrave
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Seems [Simms], Marmaduke, 17th Jan., 1738.
To son Anthony and hrs., plantation where Thomas Higdon now lives, and personalty.
To son Marmaduke and hrs., "New Design."
To son James and hrs., dwelling plantation
To 3 sons afsd., 50 A. "Seemses Chance,"' Zacciah Swamp.
To cousin Anne Cooksey and hrs., 59 A. of "St. George's".
To dau. Jane, personalty.
To wife Mary, extx., dwelling plantation and half the orchard during life.
Test: Sam Chunn, Justinian Cooksey, William Higdon. MCW 22. 22.
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John Higdon/Higton 23.24 CH 24.15.1 Mar 19 1736 Jun 13 1737
Appraisers: Benedict Boarman, Samuel Chunn.
Creditors: James Sayers, Jacob Minitree.
Next of kin: Thomas Higdons, William Higdons.
Administratrix: Bathia Higton.
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Henry Joshua Jameson 20,72 CH 78.15.1 Dec 19 1733 Nov 29 1734
Appraisers: William Middleton, Samuel Chunn.
Creditors: Luke Mathews, James Russell.
Next of kin: Thomas Jameson, Luke Mathews.
Executrix: Elisabeth Jameson (widow).
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Mr. Thomas Jameson 18.493 CH 520.3.6 Aug 7 1734 Aug 13 1734
Appraisers: Richard Edelen, Samuel Chunn.
Creditors: Robert Hanson, Jr., Gustavus Brown.
Next of kin: Thomas Jameson, Elisabeth Jameson.
Executor: Marsham Queen.
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Robert Saint Clare 11.504 CH 72.18.3 Mar 22 1725 Sep 9 1726
Appraisers: Benjamin Chunn, Samuel Chunn.
Creditors: John Parnham.
Next of kin: Peter Wood.
Administrators: Priscilla Saint Clare, George Saint Clare.
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Benjamin Ward 8.139 CH 44.9.9 May 16 1723
Appraisers: Thomas Burch, Thomas Swann.
Creditors: Samuel Chunn.
Next of kin: William Ward, Sr.
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Benjamin Ward 5.427 A CH 44.9.9 58.3.10 Mar 26 1724
Payments to: Samuell Chunn, John Howard, Joseph Watson, Samuell Hanson, Thomas
Trueman Greenfield.
Distribution to: accountant & 8 children (unnamed, 7 are minors).
Administratrix: Elisabeth Ward.
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Philemon Vadry 24.531 SM 38.17.0 Dec 6 1739 Feb 6 1739
Appraisers: John Johnson, Sothoron Baptist Barber.
Creditors: John Thompson, Jr. John Cartwright.
Next of kin: George Vadry, William Bond.
Administrator/Executor: Samuel Chunn.
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Thomas Haile 22.41 A CH 66.9.4 Oct 14 1745
Sureties: Richard Smith, Charles Bruce.
Received from: John McNeale, James Freeman, Benjamin Bateman, Edward Ford, George Simpson, Thomas Bateman, Benjamin Neale, John Philpot, George Thomas, William Hunker, Robert Frogit, Nathaniel Morrill, Samuel Chunn, Bart. Hungerford, Priscilla Newman, Matthew Pope, William Douglass, William Courts, Charles Tissac.
Payments to: Edward Porteus, George Tarvin, George Thomas, Matthew Pope.
Administrator: James Plant,
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William Chapman 25.397 CH 60.2.9 Dec 5 1740 Mar 1 1740
Appraisers: Samuel Chunn, Thomas Burch.
Creditors: Walter Hanson.
Next of kin: Edward Murphy, John Daniel, Anne Murphy.
Administratrix: Jane Chapman,
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Mrs. Mary Sanders 25.416 CH 181.5.2 Dec 21 1739 Apr 1 1741
Appraisers: Peter Wood, Francis Parnham.
Creditors: Samuel Chunn, John Winter.
Next of kin: Leonard Borman, Richard Borman.
Executors: Benedict Leonard Boarman, John Baptist Boarman, Francis Ignatius Boarman.
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Capt. John Briscoe 27.299 CH 477.8.0 Dec 4 1742 Feb 3 1742
Appraisers: Samuel Chunn, Peter Wood.
Creditors: William Williams, Gustavus Brown.
Next of kin: Samuel Briscoe, Philip Briscoe.
Executrix: Mary Briscoe.
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Thomas Swann 28.162 CH 305.14.6 Aug 24 1743 Aug 27 1743
Appraisers: John Chunn, Samuel Love.
Creditors: Benjamin Edwards, Samuel Amery,
Next of kin: James Swann, Jr., John King.
Administratrix: Abigail Swann.
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George Hatton 29.332 CH 95.8.10 Apr 20 1744 Aug 24 1744
Appraisers: Samuel Chunn, Samuel Love, Jr.
Creditors: John Bowling, Philip Key.
Administratrix: Elisabeth Hatton.
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John Brayfield 29.340 CH 62.11.7 May 3 1744 Jul 9 1744
Appraisers: Samuel Chunn, John Philpot.
Creditors: John Winters, N. Fenley.
Next of kin: John Philpot youngest, Basil Wathen.
Administratrix: Elisabeth Brayfield.
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Thomas Hale 20.261 A CH 210.5.0 240.10.8 Jul 25 1744
Sureties: Richard Smith, Sr., Charles Brice.
Received from: Benjamin King, John Martin, Sr., Courts Keech, Nathaniel Morell, Joseph Garn, Notley Dutton.
Payments to: Dr. Brown, Benjamin Fendall & Co., Peter Mitchell, Notley Maddox, Teresia Parks, Mr. Philip Key, Newman Tomkins, Benjamin King, Richard Thompson, Thomas Conner, Phillip Briscoe, Mr. Thomas Brook, Meridith Davis, John Groves, Joseph Noble, Mr. Henry Massey, Robert Frogit, Celia Woodman, Samuel Chunn, William Cage, George Thomas, Andrey Munkee, Dr. John Harris.
Representatives: unknown.
Administrator: James Plant.
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Thomas Swann 21.345 A CH 282.2.6 138.15.1 Jun 5 1745
(also Thomas Swan).
Sureties: Edward Turner, Samuel Amery.
Payments to: Dr. Gustavus Brown, wife (unnamed) of John King, Thomas Mugglestone, Richard Wanwright, Mr. John Courts, Dr. Francis Parnham, Samuel Chunn, William Thorne, James Swan, Robert Horner, Benjamin Edwards, Walter Hanson, D. Dulany, Esq.
Representatives: widow (unnamed), 9 children: James Swann, Thomas, Jonthan, John, Zephaniah, Judith, Lidea Swan, Elisabeth King, Mary Thorne.
Administratrix: Abigal Dyson, wife of James Dyson.
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John Wathen 32.264 CH 537.4.3 Apr 17 1746 May 7 1746
Appraisers: Samuel Chunn, Peter Wood.
Creditors: James Nivison, Samuel Hanson Jr.
Next of kin: Ignatius Wathen Basil Wathen.
Executors: Hanson Wathen, John Wathen.
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John Courts 28.220 A CH 2529.0.11 904.4.5 Jul 7 1750
Received from: Thomas Hungerford, George Riddle.
Payments to (in Virginia currency): John Marten, Thomas Turnor, James Blair, Harry Turner, William Eilbeck, Robert Hall, Weaden Arnald.
Payments to: John Hanson, George Riddle, Charles Carroll, Ignatius Diggs, Henry Brooke, Charles Courts, Collin Mitchell, Robert Yates, Thomas Connor, John Lancaster, Mary Ogden, William Bryan, Janet Freeman, Thomas Brooke, William Skyrin, Alexander McLaran, Samuel Chunn, Thomas Hungerford, Thomas Dyon, Thomas Turnbull, Andrew Munrow, Aaron Welsh, William Robinson, Francis Ware, John Graham & Co., Joshua Allford, Benjamin Douglass, James Wood, Nathaniel Gray, Thomas Midgly, Samuel Hanson, William Middleton.
Legatees: Jos. Woodman.
Executors: William Courts, John Marten, Charles Jones.
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John Chunn. signed 11 March 1734/5. By request of his dec'd father, he gives his brothers.: Joseph Chunn, a tract called "Muriells Choice", 50 acres: Benjamin Chunn, 50 acres of a tract called "East Marling" {Martin} ; to Andrew Chunn,, 50 of tract "East Marling" {Martin} and by agreement with his bro. Samuel Chunn, 50 acres of a tract called "Partnership." (Land: O#2.126, see also Land: O#2.395.)
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Charles County Land Records, Liber H#2, Page 455
18 Aug 1721; Recorded at request of Ralph Bagley, admn. of John Wilson: John Chunn, Sr., binds himself for 4,000# tobacco to John Wilson; obligation mentions Partnership taken up by Chunn; /s/ John Chunn, Sr.; wit. John Chunn, Jr., Sam. Chunn
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Charles County Land Records, Liber H#2, Page 483
21 Mar 1721/2; Recorded at request of Samuel Johnson of St. Mary's County, planter:
12 Mar 1721; Indenture from George Dent, planter, to Samuel Johnson of St. Mary's Co.; for 3,000# tobacco; a parcel called Haphazard; containing 50 acres; /s/ George Dent; wit. Sam. Chunn, John Darch, Geo. Brett; ack. Mar Court 1721 by George Dent and Elizabeth his wife
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Notes for JOHN CHUNN, JR.:
In a deed in Charles County, Maryland, dated March 11 1734, John Chunn, Jr. "in consideration of my deceased father's request" grants land to his brothers, Joseph Chunn, Benjamin Chunn, and Andrew Chunn. He refers to an agreement with his brother Samuel Chunn. He reserves his father's "burying place and twenty feet square about it." (Records of Charles C., Md. Liber Q, No. 2, folio 99) p. 413 Baylis Family of Virginia
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Charles County Court Records, November Court 1735 Court, Liber T#2, Page 94
The Justices, pursuant to an Act of Assembly, do describe the following Main Roads:
East side of Zachia old Bridges, Saml Chunn, Overseer.
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Charles County Maryland Land Record Liber Z#2, 1744-1753; Page 319.
At the request of James Nivison, the following deed was recorded on Mar 22, 1748[/9].
Aug 13, 1748 from Samuel Chunn of CC, Gentleman, by virtue of a power of attorney from Gilbert and Elizabeth Simpson in Fairfax County, Virginia, to James Nivison, merchant in CC, a certain tract of land, being part of a tract of land called St Thomas, lying in CC on the west side of Piles' Fresh, containing about 158 acres, and in consideration of 1500 lbs tobacco to them in hand paid. Signed - Sam: Chunn. Wit - Jno Winter, Arthur Lee.
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Charles County Land Record Book G#3, 1756-1761; Page 143. Lease. Dec 7, 1757 from Acquilla Chunn of CC, to the Revd Mr. John Macpherson, Rector of William and Mary Parish in CC. Whereas by virtue of a deed from John Llellan (Lewellan, Luellan) of Saint Maries County, Gentleman, to Samuel Chunn of CC, dated [blank month and day], 1739 and recorded in CC on Apr 13 then following, sd Samuel Chunn, Susannah Chunn, his wife, and the sd Accuilla Chunn, his son, and the longest liver of them during the term of their natural lives, stands possessed of a certain messuage and tenement of land in CC, being part of a tract of land called Westwood manor, now let out to and occupied by William Leach of CC, containing 154 acres, with the several privileges, advantages, and appurtenances in the recited [lease] mentioned, and in another relative deed between the afd John Lavallen of St. Mary's County and Samuel Chunn of CC, dated Sep 5, 1738 and recorded as afd on the 8th day of sd Sep following, sd tenement being burdened an annual rent of 1000 lbs of merchantable tobacco in one cask and of 200 otherways with 3 shillings sterling payable to sd John Leullan of St Mary's County, and whereas sd Acquilla Chunn is now the only surviving person of those specified in these deeds and invested with a life rent lease and possession of sd tenements of land, in consideration therefore of 16,000 lbs of crop inspected tobacco to sd Acquilla Chunn by the afd John Macpherson, and other motives him thereunto moving, he, sd Acquilla Chunn has assigned, from today, to sd John Macpherson, his full right and title to possession of the afd messuage and tenement of land above mentioned during the full term of his own natural life. McPherson shall annually pay Luellen 1200 lbs of merchantable tobacco with 3 shillings sterling. Signed - Acquilla Chunn, John Macpherson. Wit - Jno Winter, Jas Nivison. Recorded Dec 9, 1757.
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LUMBAR STREET: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Jones, Charles: Surveyed 3 July 1673 for Mathew Herman at a bound Red Oak on a plain on the South side of Mattawoman creek: Other notes - Charles Jones for the orphans of Bowles Tyer, 100 Acres - Samuel Love from Samuel Tennison 2 May 1726,100 Acres - William Warder from Samuel Chunn 12 Aug 1735, 100 Acres - William Warder from Samuel Love 1 Jan 1737.
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 364-20: WESTWOOD MANOR: 1600 acres; Possession of - 1600 Acres - Gerrard, John: Surveyed 17 May 1651 for Thomas Gerrard at the head of Wicomico Creek: Other notes - Possessed by Thomas Gerrard and occupied by Thomas Bewell (sp?) George Escridge from James Johnson; 20 Dec 1712, 1600 Acres - George Escridge from Ebsworth Bayne; 17 Oct 1713, 50 Acres - Richard Edelen from George Brett; 23 April 1721, 50 Acres - George Brett from Richard Edelen; 30 Nov 1722, 50 Acres - Hudson Walker from William Walker; 2 Dec 1723, 50 Acres - Hudson Walker from Luke Russell; 5 Nov 1725, 100 Acres - Samuel Love from Samuel Tennison; 2 May 1726, 100 Acres - Hudson Walker from Luke Russell; 11 March 1728, 1600 Acres - Charles Carroll from Michael Curtis; 10 May 1711, 50 Acres - John Winter from William Hall; 16 July 1739. There are two other records that are illegible 
Chunn, Samuel (I013585)
 
56296 Bushrod Rust was born 26 OCT 1843 in VA. He married Roberta Elizabeth Ricketts 21 DEC 1875 in Rappahannock County, Virginia, daughter of Hezekiah Ricketts and Mary Elizabeth Fogg. She was born 03 JAN 1850 in Flint Hill, Rappahannock County, Virginia. Bushrod Rust lost an arm in the war; but thankfully, survived to become one of the Superintendants of the Roanoke Public Schools. He died in Johns Hopkins Hosp. in Baltimore County, Maryland on 16 Aug 1914. Rust, Bushrod (I007338)
 
56297 but it is not certain that this William is son of John Rawlings, William (I037044)
 
56298 BUTLER, LAWRENCE, (CAPT.) 9 March 1732; 27 March 1733.
Dau. in law Corderoy Sanford; grandson William Bernard 1 negro girl; neice Joyce Butler 1 mare and saddle; son in law Richard Bernard; nephew Lawrence Butler; son Lawrence all my silver spoons and all of my land; to dau. Sarah 1 horse. Fri
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA DEEDS & WILLS. No. 8. Part 2; 1723-1738 {Antient Press}: pp 16
iN THE NAME OF GOD, Amen. the Ninth day of March one thousand seven hundred and thirty two or thirty three, I LAW: BUTLER of Washington Parish in the County of Westmorland, Gent., being sick & weak but of perfect memmory thanks be given to Almighty God for the same, and calling to mind that it is appointed for all men once to dy do make and ordain this my last Will & Testament in the following manner & forme (vizt.) Imprimis. I give & bequeath my Soul to Almighty God that gave it nothing doubting but at the General. Resurrection to receive the same through the merritts of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, my body to be buried in a Christian like and decent manner at the descrestion of my Executors hereafter named.
Item. I give & bequeath to my Daughter in Law, CORDEROY SANDFORD, four thousand weight of tobacco, two feather beds and furniture thereunto belonging commonly called her bed, and four head of neat Cattle to her & her heirs for ever;
Item. I give & bequeath to my Grand Son, WILLIAM BERNARD, one Negro girl commonly cald. Frank to him & his heirs for ever;
Item. I give & bequeath to my Neice, JOYCE BUTLER, a young Mare & side sadle (the sadle to be of fifty shillings price),
Item. I give unto my Son in Law, RICHD. BERNARD, my Sword & my Mourning Ring. Item. I give unto my Nephew, LAW: BUTLER, my new suit of broad cloth;
Item. I give unto my Son, LAW. BUTLER, all my Silver Spoons;
Item. I give unto my Daughter, SARAH,my Riding Horse & the side sadle that was her Mothers & the furniture;
Item. I give unto my Son, LAW., a young Horse that my Chesnut Mare brought & my new sadle & furniture;
Item. I give unto my trusty and well beloved Friend, Capt. ANTHONY THORNTON, one Mourning Ring of twenty shills, price.
Item. I give all my Lands to my Son, LAW., & all the rest of my Estate to be equally devided between my two Children, LAW: and SARAH.
Item. It is my desire that my Negroe fellow commonly cald. ( ) may take his choyce which of my two Children he will live with and they shall Hive with, they taking him in their part of the devision of my Estate,
And I do hereby constitute ordain & apoint my Trusty & well beloved Friends, Capt. ANTHONY THORNTON and RICHARD BERNARD to be the Executors of this my Last Will & Testament, revokeing disannulling all other heretofore by me made and this only to be my Last Will & Testament. In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and year above written
Sign,d & Sealed in presence of us
JOHN DISHMAN, LAUR: BUTLER
DANIEL BOURNE.
EDWARD his mark NOWLES
A Codicil to the above Will
II. is my desire that my Estate may be paid to my Children in specia and not sold by way of Out Cry notwithstanding any Law to the contrary. Witness my hand this Eleventh day of March 1732/3.
Testes JOHN DISHMAN, LAW: BUTLER
CHARLES ASHTON
EDWARD his mark NOWLES
Westmorld. ss. At. a Court held for the sd. County the 27th day of March 1733
This Iast Will &Testament of LAWRENCE BUTLER, Gent., deced., was presented into Court by Capt. ANTHONY THORNTON & RICHARD BERNARD, his Executors, who made Oath thereto and being proved by the Oaths of JOHN DISHMAN & EDWARD NOWLES, two of the witnesses thereto, which with the Codicil thereto being also sworn to by the sd. Exers. and proved by the Oaths of JOHN DISHMAN, CHARLES ASHTON & EDWARD NOWLES, the witnesses thereto, are admitted to Record
Test. G. TURBERVILE, C. C. W. Recorded the Twentieth day of April 1733, pr. G. T. C. C. W.
end Capt. Anthony Thornton a mourning ring; Richard Bernard exrs.
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ASHTON, BURDETT, 7 Mar. 1760; 29 July 1760.
Estate to nephew Burdett son of Charles and Sarah Ashton and if he die without issue to bro. Charles Ashton; nephews Lawrence and John Ashton. 
Butler, Sarah (I029175)
 
56299 BUTLER, LAWRENCE, (CAPT.) 9 March 1732; 27 March 1733.
Dau. in law Corderoy Sanford; grandson William Bernard 1 negro girl; neice Joyce Butler 1 mare and saddle; son in law Richard Bernard; nephew Lawrence Butler; son Lawrence all my silver spoons and all of my land; to dau. Sarah 1 horse. Friend Capt. Anthony Thornton a mourning ring; Richard Bernard exrs.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA DEEDS & WILLS. No. 8. Part 2; 1723-1738 {Antient Press}: pp 16
IN THE NAME OF GOD, Amen. the Ninth day of March one thousand seven hundred and thirty two or thirty three, I LAW: BUTLER of Washington Parish in the County of Westmorland, Gent., being sick & weak but of perfect memmory thanks be given to Almighty God for the same, and calling to mind that it is appointed for all men once to dy do make and ordain this my last Will & Testament in the following manner & forme (vizt.) Imprimis. I give & bequeath my Soul to Almighty God that gave it nothing doubting but at the General. Resurrection to receive the same through the merritts of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, my body to be buried in a Christian like and decent manner at the descrestion of my Executors hereafter named.
Item. I give & bequeath to my Daughter in Law, CORDEROY SANDFORD, four thousand weight of tobacco, two feather beds and furniture thereunto belonging commonly called her bed, and four head of neat Cattle to her & her heirs for ever;
Item. I give & bequeath to my Grand Son, WILLIAM BERNARD, one Negro girl commonly cald. Frank to him & his heirs for ever;
Item. I give & bequeath to my Neice, JOYCE BUTLER, a young Mare & side sadle (the sadle to be of fifty shillings price),
Item. I give unto my Son in Law, RICHD. BERNARD, my Sword & my Mourning Ring. Item. I give unto my Nephew, LAW: BUTLER, my new suit of broad cloth;
Item. I give unto my Son, LAW. BUTLER, all my Silver Spoons;
Item. I give unto my Daughter, SARAH,my Riding Horse & the side sadle that was her Mothers & the furniture;
Item. I give unto my Son, LAW., a young Horse that my Chesnut Mare brought & my new sadle & furniture;
Item. I give unto my trusty and well beloved Friend, Capt. ANTHONY THORNTON, one Mourning Ring of twenty shills, price.
Item. I give all my Lands to my Son, LAW., & all the rest of my Estate to be equally devided between my two Children, LAW: and SARAH.
Item. It is my desire that my Negroe fellow commonly cald. ( ) may take his choyce which of my two Children he will live with and they shall Hive with, they taking him in their part of the devision of my Estate,
And I do hereby constitute ordain & apoint my Trusty & well beloved Friends, Capt. ANTHONY THORNTON and RICHARD BERNARD to be the Executors of this my Last Will & Testament, revokeing disannulling all other heretofore by me made and this only to be my Last Will & Testament. In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and year above written
Sign,d & Sealed in presence of us
JOHN DISHMAN, LAUR: BUTLER
DANIEL BOURNE.
EDWARD his mark NOWLES
A Codicil to the above Will
II. is my desire that my Estate may be paid to my Children in specia and not sold by way of Out Cry notwithstanding any Law to the contrary. Witness my hand this Eleventh day of March 1732/3.
Testes JOHN DISHMAN, LAW: BUTLER
CHARLES ASHTON
EDWARD his mark NOWLES
Westmorld. ss. At. a Court held for the sd. County the 27th day of March 1733
This Iast Will &Testament of LAWRENCE BUTLER, Gent., deced., was presented into Court by Capt. ANTHONY THORNTON & RICHARD BERNARD, his Executors, who made Oath thereto and being proved by the Oaths of JOHN DISHMAN & EDWARD NOWLES, two of the witnesses thereto, which with the Codicil thereto being also sworn to by the sd. Exers. and proved by the Oaths of JOHN DISHMAN, CHARLES ASHTON & EDWARD NOWLES, the witnesses thereto, are admitted to Record
Test. G. TURBERVILE, C. C. W. Recorded the Twentieth day of April 1733, pr. G. T. C. C. W.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA DEEDS & WILLS. No. 9; 1738-1744 {Antient Press}: pp 16
THIS INDENTURE made the 19th day of December in the year of our Lord God 1738: Between JOHN WELCH and MARY WELCH his Wife of Washington Parish and County of Westmoreland of one part and RICHARD BERNARD of STAFFORD County, Gent.. of other part; Witnesseth that JOHN WELCH and MARY his Wife, the Daughter of JOHN HUDSON, deceased) in consideration of the sum of Five shillings to them in hand paid by RICHARD BERNARD, the receipt wh"reof JOHN WELCH and MARY his Wife doth hereby acknowledge, hath and by these presents doth bargain and sell unto RICHARD BERNARD & assigns one certain parcel of land containing 70 acres lying in County of Westmoreland and bounded N. W. with the HORSE ROAD that goeth out of the Forrest to BERRYMANs MILL. N. E. with the line of JOSEPH FREEMAN, formerly PHILLIP PAYTONs. extending along the line of FREEMANs S: S: E; 108 pole to a red Oake, thence S W. and by So. 108 pole to a marked red Oake. from whence W, N. W. to a marked red Oake on the said Road, finally along the Road to the first station; Together with all houses orchards priviledges and appurtenances to the same belonging; To have and to hold the parcell of land and premises with appurtenances during the term of one whole year paying therefor the rent of one ear of Indian Corn on the last day of the year (if awfully demanded) to the intent that by virtue of these presents and the Statute made for transfering uses into possession, RICHARD BERNARD may be in the actual possession of the premises & be thereby enabled to accept a grant of the inheritance thereof to him and his heirs; In Witness whereof the parties to these presents have interchangably sett their hands & seals the day and year above written
Signed Sealed and delivered in presence of
WHART: RANSDELL; WILLOUGHBY NEWTON JOHN WELCH
G TURBERVILE; LAU: BUTLER. MAR: WELCH
PET: WAGENER
Westmoreland sct. At a Court held for the said County the 29th day of March 1739
This Deed of Lease for Land passed and executed from JOHN WELCH and MARY his Wife to RICHARD BERNARD. Gent,, was proved in open Court according to Law by the Oaths of WHORTON RANSDELL. WILLOUGHBY NEWTON and GEORGE TURBERVILE. Gent., witnesses thereto. which at the instance of the said BERNARD is admitted to Record
TEste GEORGE TURBERVILLE, C. W. C,
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STAFFORD COUNTY VA WILL BOOK O; 1748-1767; THE ANTIENT PRESS
pp. 252-254 In Name of God I PHILIP ALEXANDER of saint Pauls Parish in County of Staf ford being sick but of sound memory do make my Last Will & Testament in manner following that is to say First I give to my Eldest Son JOHN ALEXANDER all that tract of land whereon I now live with all the lands I have purchas'd thereto adjoyning together with all appurtenances. Also I give my second son PHILIP ALEXANDER all my lands with the appurtenances .. thereunto belonging in Parish of Truroe & County of Fairfax to hold forever. 1 also give my son Philip a tract of land containing 1051 acres which I bought of Mr. ROBERT MASSEY with all appurtenances being at Brent Town in the County of Prince William to hold forever I also give unto my third son WILLIAM ALEXANDER a tract containing 1075 acres which I bought of Mr. RICHARD FOOTE Attorney of SAMUEL HAYWARD, Consull at Gant with all appurtenances belonging being at Brent Town in County of Prince William to hold forever. I also give to my Daughter FRANCES STUART a morning ring besides her fortune already paid. I also give to my Daughter JANE ASHTON as much money as will make her fortune of 500 pounds which Ballance will appear in Mr. HENRY ASHTON'S account where I have paid near all the sum above mentioned. I also give to my daughter SARAH FENDALL as much money as will make her fortune up five hundred pounds which ballance will appear in Mr. JOHN FENDALLS account. All the rest I desire may be equally divided among my said three sons as they come of age, and as for the slaves that shall be allotted My dear Wife SARAH ALEXANDER as her thirds thereof my desire is that after her decease they the third part of the slaves and increase may be equally divided amongst my three sons. It is likewise my will that my three sons be constantly kept at school until they come to the age of 18 years, and then bound or put out either to a Doctor County Court Clerk or a Lawyer which they shall choose at that age until they arrive at age of 21 years and I do appoint Sarah Alexander my said Wife, John Alexander my said son & my friends Mr. RICHARD BERNARD, Mr. RICHARD FOOTE, Colo. HENRY FITZHUGH JUNR. & the Revd. WILLIAM STUART Executors of this my last Will & Testament .. and lastly I do hereby revoke all wills made by me formerly .. 12th July 1753.
Presence John Washington,
Archd. Dick, Walter Williamson Philip Alexander John Spinks
At Court held for Stafford County 14th August 1753 Within Last Will & Testament of Philip Alexander Gent deced presented by Richard Bernard Gent one of the Exrs therein named .. proved admitted to record and Certificate granted for obtaining probate ..
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA DEEDS & WILLS. No. 10; 1744-1748 {Antient Press}: pp 307-308
TO ALL CHRISTIAN PEOPLE to whom these presents shall come, I RICHARD BERNARD of St. Pauls Parish in County of STAFFORD, Gentleman, send Greeting invour Lord God everlasting: KNOW YE that I RICHARD BERNARD for divers good causes and considerations me thereunto moving, but especially for the natural love and affection I bear to my Son. WILLIAM BERNARD, do give and grant unto WILLIAM BERNARD and unto the male heir of his body lawfully begotten, and for want of such male heir to the female heir lawfully begotten. and for the want of such heirs to revert to RICHARD BERNARD; a certain parcel of land lying in Washington Parish and County of Westmorland: Begining at a Stone near a Poplar at the head of a Marsh and small Creek that issueth out of UPPER MACHOTACK, from thence running South by West 480 pole to a Stone, thence West by North 500 pole to another Stone, thence North by East to another Stone by a Marsh side (which Marsh includes an Island belonging to the Heir of BURDIT ASHTON, Gentleman, late of Westmorland County. deced. thence (from the Stone) to a Post in the said Marsh by the Creek side, thence down the Creek to the begining, being the same Land that was granted to MRS. ANNE BERNARD by two Pattents, one for 1000 acres, the other an inclusive Patent for 1500 acres; with all houses and profits thereunto belonging: subject to any limitation RICHARD BERNARD shall make by his Will, And further that the tract of land may never be sold from the Family of the BERNARDs but may be to one Branch of the said Family nor may the same ever be divided but to be and remain one entire tract of land to the heir of said WILLIAM, and further the tract of land is to be and remain to the use of said RICHARD during his natural life and the true intent and meaning hereof is to assure the title of said tract of land to WILLIAM BERNARD as is before limitted. In Witness whereof RICHARD BERNARD hath set his hand and seal the 23rd day of Janry. 1746/7
Sealed and Acknowledged in presence of
FOXHALL STURMAN, THUS: SHARP R. BERNARD
Westmorland Sct. At a Court held for the said County the 31st day of March 1747 RICHARD BERNARD. Gentleman, personally acknowledged this Deed of Gift of Land by him passed to his Son, WILLIAM BERNARD, to be his proper act and deed, which on motion of the said RICHARD is admitted to Record
Test GEORGE LEE, C. C. W.
Recorded the 6th day of April 1747, pr. G. L., C, C. W.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA DEEDS & WILLS. LIBER S; 1747-1753 {Antient Press}: pp 161-162
THIS INDENTURE made the Twenty fourth day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and fifty one; Between BIRKETT PRATT of County of STAFFORD, Gentleman, of one part and JOHN BRIAN of County of Westmorland, Planter, of other part; Witnesseth that BIRKETT PRATT in consideration of seventy pounds to him in hand paid by JOHN BRYAN, the receipt of which said BIRKETT doth acknowledge, hath and by these presents doth bargain and sell unto JOHN BRIAN his heirs all that tract of land lying in the upper end of Washington Parish and County of Westmorland and containing by estimation one hundred acres more or less, Beginning at Locust Post standing by a Sassafras in the line of Mr. RICHARD BERNARD and running South twenty eight degrees and an half East fifty one pole to a large forked red Oak standing by a Path, then South forty four degrees East one hundred twelve poles to a large red Oak and Hickory growing together at the Root, then South thirty seven degrees East seventy poles to an Ash and Poplar standing in a Swamp call'd PRATT's SWAMP in or nigh the land called Mr. CHARLES ASIITON's twelve poles distant from two red Oak sapling corner to said ASHTON, with all right title and interest of BIRKETT PRATT to these presents of and in the land in the possession of said BIRKETT lying on the North Eastward or lower side of the above describ'd line being a Dividing Line between the land of JOHN BRYAN and the said BIRKETT, which land was devised in the Last Will and Testament of JOHN PRATT, deceased, Father of said BIRKETT, to BIRKETT PRATT party to these presents in fee simple as by the Will remaining on Record in the County Court of KING GEORGE may more at large appear, together with all priviledges profits commodities and hereditaments to the granted land belonging; To have and to hold the land and premises hereby convey'd with appurtenances unto JOHN BRYAN his heirs and BIRKETT PRATT doth hereby covenant with JOHN BRYAN his heirs that the convey'd land and premises with appurtenances unto JOHN BRYAN his heirs against BIRKETT PRATT and his heirs and against every other person he will w ant and for ever defend by these presents; In Witness whereof BIRKETT PRATT hath hereunto set his hand and seal the day and year above written Signed sealed and delivered in presence of
WM. BERRYMAN, BIRKETT PRATT
JAMES BERRYMAN,
EVAN PRICE
Be it remembered that on the day of the date of the within written Deed full and peaceable possession and seisen of the land and premises was given and delivered by BIRKETTPRATT to JOHN BRYAN by Turf and Twig, part of the premises to hold to him said JOHN BRYAN and his heirs to the uses within mention'd
In presence of EVEN PRICE, BIRKETT PRATT
WM. BERRYMAN,
JAMES BERRYMAN
Westmorland Sct. At a Court held for the said County the 26th day of November Anno Dom. 1751 This Deed of Feofment of land passed from BIRKETT PRATT to JOHN BRYAN together with Livery of Seizen thereon endorsed was prov'd by the Oaths of all the witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded
Test GEORGE LEE, C. C. W.
Recorded the 14th day of December 1751
per G. L., C. C. W. 
Bernard, Richard (I086399)
 
56300 BUTLER, LAWRENCE, 18 Nov. 1773; 29 July 1777. Daus. Joice, Sarah, Elizabeth and Jane 1 negro each; sons Christopher, John, Griffin and Lawrence; wife Eleanor 1 negro. Lands to be sold and money to all children.
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Westmoreland County, Virginia Wills:
Christopher Butler 2Oct1729; 26Nov1729
Son Nathaniel, Brother Lawrence, Sons William, Lawrence, Joseph, John and Caleb; land to each of my sons; my wife.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA DEEDS & WILLS. No. 8. Part 1; 1723-1738 {Antient Press}: pp 126
IN THE NAME OF GOD, Amen. I CHRISTOPHER BUTLER of ye County of Westmorland do hear make this my Last Will and Testament as for my p:sonall Estate I will and dispose in manner and form following; I will that my Son, NATHANELL BUTLER have one parsel of Land joyning on the Land of WILLIAM QUISENBERY and on the Land of my Brother, LAWRENCE BUTLER, Begining att the mouth of a Branch, thence up the Branch to a red Oke standing on ye South West and thence to a Red Oke by the Road
side, thence along ye Road to a Horse Paththat gose to the House of LAWRENCE BUTLER to a marked to a marked white Oke standing in the sd. line, thence down the line to the land of WILL: QUISENBERY dowse to ye first begining; and that my Son, WILLIAM BUTLER, have a parsell of Land joyning to his Brother NATHANELL Begining at ye aforsd. red Oak stand on the aforesd. Branch runing on his Brother, NATHANELL BUTLERs line to ye sd. red Oke by the Rode side thence to the white Oke by the Horse Path, thence up the line to ye head of Rapahanock, thence up ye Branch to a Oke and a Gum marked in a Branch of ye Swampe, thence to the red Oke by the Rode side and to a marked Chesnutt standing at ye head of the aforesd, Branch, and to ye first begining. I will that my Son, LAWRENCE BUTLER, have all the rest of the Land on that side of ye Rode up ye mane Swampe to ye Land of Mr. LORD and to ye Oke and Gum which divides WILLIAMs Lands from LAWRENCE, he haveing the liberty of a Spring on ye North side of the Rode, I will that my Son, JOHN BUTLER, have ye reste of ye land from his Brothers to Mr. LORDs and I will that my Son, CALEB, have that peice of land which I bought of HENERY WILLIAMS to them & to their Children. I will that my Wife and my two Eldes Sons, JOHN and NATHANELL, be Executors of this my Will and Testament whereunto I have set my hand and seal October this Second day and year of our Lord
1729
Testes CHARLES GODDARD CHRISTPHR: his mark BUTLER
JOHN BARTLET
Westmorld, ss, At a Court held for the sd, County the 26th day of November 1729 This Last Will and Testament of CHRISTOPHER BUTLER, deced., was presented into Court by the Executors therein named who make Oath thereto, and being proved by the Oaths of the witnesses thereto, is admitted to Record
Test G. TURBERVILE, C. C. W.
Recorded the Nineteenth day of December 1729 G. T., C. C. W.
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BUTLER, LAWRENCE, (CAPT.) 9 March 1732; 27 March 1733. Dau. in law Corderoy Sanford; grandson William Bernard 1 negro girl; neice Joyce Butler 1 mare and saddle; son in law Richard Bernard; nephew Lawrence Butler; son Lawrence all my silver spoons and all of my land; to dau. Sarah 1 horse. Friend Capt. Anthony Thornton a mourning ring; Richard Bernard exrs. Westmoreland County, Virginia Wills 1640-1800. 
Butler, Lawrence (I072039)
 

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