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

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56301 BUTLER, NATHANIEL, 6 May 1792; 29 May 1792.
Dau. Sarah 2 negroes, bed and furniture; dau. Lee Anna Malser Smith 1 negro during widowhood and then to her son Samuel Smith; grand sons John Butler Pope and William Butler Smith 1 negro each; grand dau. Anne Butler 1 negro child.
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WILLS OF Westmoreland County, Virginia 1654-1800 BY AUGUSTA B. FOTHERGILL: Pg 180
BUTLER, WILLIAM, 7 Oct. 1784; 30 Nov. 1784.
Estate I got by her and 1 horse to wife Celia; father and mother Nathaniel and Anne Butler residue of estate and at their death to bro. John Butler; sisters Hannah, Betsey, Nelly and Sally Butler estate left to bro. John if he die single.
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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 Path that 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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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA DEEDS & WILLS. No. 8. Part 1; 1723-1738 {Antient Press}: pp 118
The Will and Testament of MARGRET BRISKCO; being sick and weak in body tho of sound and perfect memmory, do bequise my worldly goods and Estate as followeth; Idem. I give and bequise unto my Daughter, BUTLER, the Spining Wheele;
Idem. I give and bequise unto my Daughter, ELLINOR, a spade Mair and Bridle and sadle, a small table and a trunk;
Idem I give and bequise unto my Son, JAMES, a Horse Colt that sucks that came of the Mair belonging to JOHN BUTLER, a Chest and a large Table, a spice morter and pestill, a feather bed and bedstead with covering and furniture with it;
Idem. I will that the rest of the part of my Estate be devided between my Son. JAMES, and ELLINOR,
Idem. I will that JOHN BUTLER have the care and tuition of my Son, JAMES, and ELLINOR in bringing of them up until! my Son, JAMES, come to the age of eighteen years,
Idem I will that JOHN BUTLER and JOHN BRISKCO be my Executors of this my Last Will and Testament to see this Will performed; In Testimony hereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 27th day of November in the year of our Lord 1728
Signed Sealed and Delivered in the presence as Testors,
CHRISTOPHER BUTLER, MARGRET her mark BRISKCO
NATHANIEL BUTLER. JOHN WILLIAMS
Westmoreld. ss. At a Court continued & held for the sd. County the 29th day of May 1729 The Last Will and Testament of MARGARET BRISCO, deced., was presented into Court by JOHN BUTLER, one of the Executors therein named, who made Oath thereto ( JOHN BRISCO the other Executor in the sd. Will named personally refused to take upon himself the burthen of the execution thereof), and being proved by the Oaths of CHRISTOPHER BUTLER and NATHANIEL BUTLER, two of the witnesses thereto, is admitted to Record Test G, TURBERVILE, C. C. W
Recorded the Sixth day of June 1729 pr. G. T., C.C. W.
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Northern Neck Warrants and Surveys Vol IV, Westmoreland Co. Va {Peggy Joyner}
MR THOMAS BUTLER, 23 Feb. 1746 - 8 Mar. 1748; 67 a. on Yeocomoco Neck & R., at Phillips Cove, Hallowing or Bull Point; Yeocomoco Warehouse is drawn on plat across R.; adj. his own land, Craddock Butler (formerly
Wmm Butler's & now Peter Rust's). CC - Thomas Butler, Junr (sic) & Nathl Butler. Surv. Willoughby Newton. 
Butler, Nathaniel (I072038)
 
56302 Butler, Thomas Departed this life December 3, 1743
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Stafford Co VA Will Book M: 1729-1748
p. 393 In Name of God Amen I THOMAS BUTLER of the County of Stafford being sick but of perfect memory .. do make this my Last will and Testament .. and as touching such worldly goods .. I give in the following manner. Pirst I recomend my Soul to God and my body to he buried. Item I give to my loving wife MARY all my Estate real and personal to her and her heirs forever and my will is that my Estate shall not be appraised .. Item I do appoint my loving wife Mary Ecex of this my last will .. revoking all former wills. In witness set my hands and seal this 7th day November 1743.
Presence Geo. Waller,
Mary Bryan, John X Stark Thomas Butler
At Court held for Stafford County 13th March 1743 Last will .. presented by Mary Butler .. made oath .. further proved .. admitted to record .. Certificate granted her tor obtaining Probate ..
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Stafford Co VA Will Book M: 1729-1748
P. 402 An Inventory of THOMAS BUTLER'S Estate Vizt .. items listed and valued June 5th; 1744
E. E. p MARY BUTLER
At Court held for Stafford County July 10th 1744 Inventory admitted to record.
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"Virginia County Court Records. Order Book Abstracts of Prince William County, Virginia (1753-1757). Being Selected Entries Taken from Minute Book 1752-1753, Order Book 1753-1755, and Order Book 1755-1757, 25 June 1753-27 May, 1757. Edited and published by Ruth & Sam Sparacio, 1320 Mayflower Dr., McLean, Virginia. 22101. 1988. [Library of Virginia, 800 E. Broa d St. Richmond, Virginia. 23219-8000].

--p. 2. p. 161 in original; 25 June 1753: Mary Butler Exhibited on Oath an Account against the Estate of William Butler deceased which being examined is allowed and admitted to record. [This was Mary Tackett--different Wm. Butler--it didn't help that these two WB's manage to die about the same time!]

--p. 49. p. 166 in original; 28 Oct. 1754: Anne Butler Exhibited an Account against the Estate of William Butler deceased to which she made oath and the same being examined by the Court was allowed and admitted to record.
Anne's husband was the son of James Butler and Elizabeth Whitson who lived on Aquia Creek in Stafford. He had brothers Thomas (who married a Mary Mason--may have been the widow of Anne's Mason brother-in-law William) 
Butler, Thomas (I049326)
 
56303 BUTLER, THOMAS, 29 May 1756; 26 Apr. 1757.
Son James two tracts of land, 23 and 66 acres, given me by my father; sons William, John and child unborn residue of land; each of my girls 2 years schooling; wife Isabel personal estate for life; George Munroe Jr. exr.
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BAXTER, EDWARD, 16 June 1761; 28 July 1761.
1 negro girl to George son of William Monroe decd.; to George Monroe's dau. Mary 20 s. to make her a ring; my bros. George and Thomas Baxter residue of estate. 
Monroe, George (I026410)
 
56304 BUTLER, THOMAS, 29 May 1756; 26 Apr. 1757.
Son James two tracts of land, 23 and 66 acres, given me by my father; sons William, John and child unborn residue of land; each of my girls 2 years schooling; wife Isabel personal estate for life; George Munroe Jr. exr. 
Butler, Isabel MNU (I029235)
 
56305 BUTLER, WILLIAM, 20 April 1720; 29 Sept. 1731.
To son Price a negro man and 20 shillings; rest of my negroes to my daus.; cozen Thomas Butler suit of clothes; cozen James Butler a Dueroy coat; dau. Elizabeth 1000 lbs. of tobacco; dau. Mary 20 shillings; residue of estate to my wife and children.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA DEEDS & WILLS. No. 8. Part 1; 1723-1738 {Antient Press}: pp 158
IN THE NAME OF GOD, Amen. I WILLM: BUTLER being weak in body but of sence and memory thanks be to God, doe make and ordaine this my las Will and Testament in manner and form following; First, I give to my Son, PRICE BUTLER, and his heirs for ever, a Negro man called Tom and Twenty shillings cash to be paid when he comes to the age of twenty one years. The rest of my Negros and there Increse I give to my Daughters to be equally divided amongst them when my younges attains the age of Eighteen or at my Wifes decease, if before. I give to my Cozen, THOS: BUTLER, 1 sute of broad Cloath Cloath. I give to my Brother, JAMES BUTLER, a Dueroy Coat. If the Negor dies I gave my Son, PRICE, before he come of age to have him then he to have an equal share with his Sisters in the other Negroes. I give to my Daughter, ELIZABETH, one thousand pounds tobaco. I give to my Daughter, MARY, twenty shillings. I give to my Son, PRICE BUTLER, a young Horse and my new Sdale. All the rest of my Estate, be it in whatsoever kind it will, I give to my Wife and Children to be equally divided as thay shall come of age laving my loving Wife and my Cozen, THOS: BUTLER, Executors of this my Last Will and Testament, And in Witness I have heareto set my hand and Seale April! ye 20th 1731
SAMLL,DAVIS WILLIAM BUTLER
ISACK CALL, JAMES BUTLER
Westmorld. ss. At a Court held for the sd. County the 29th day of September 1731 The Last Will and Testament of WILLIAM BUTLER, deced., was presented into Court by his Relict and THOMAS BUTLER, the Executors therein named, who made Oath thereto and being proved by the Oaths of the witnesses thereto, is admitted to Record
Test G. TURBERVILE, C. C. W.
Recorded the first day of October 1731, G. T., C.C. W. 
Butler, Price (I029169)
 
56306 BUTLER, WILLIAM, 20 April 1720; 29 Sept. 1731.
To son Price a negro man and 20 shillings; rest of my negroes to my daus.; cozen Thomas Butler suit of clothes; cozen James Butler a Dueroy coat; dau. Elizabeth 1000 lbs. of tobacco; dau. Mary 20 shillings; residue of estate to my wife and children.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA DEEDS & WILLS. No. 8. Part 1; 1723-1738 {Antient Press}: pp 158
IN THE NAME OF GOD, Amen. I WILLM: BUTLER being weak in body but of sence and memory thanks be to God, doe make and ordaine this my las Will and Testament in manner and form following; First, I give to my Son, PRICE BUTLER, and his heirs for ever, a Negro man called Tom and Twenty shillings cash to be paid when he comes to the age of twenty one years. The rest of my Negros and there Increse I give to my Daughters to be equally divided amongst them when my younges attains the age of Eighteen or at my Wifes decease, if before. I give to my Cozen, THOS: BUTLER, 1 sute of broad Cloath Cloath. I give to my Brother, JAMES BUTLER, a Dueroy Coat. If the Negor dies I gave my Son, PRICE, before he come of age to have him then he to have an equal share with his Sisters in the other Negroes. I give to my Daughter, ELIZABETH, one thousand pounds tobaco. I give to my Daughter, MARY, twenty shillings. I give to my Son, PRICE BUTLER, a young Horse and my new Sdale. All the rest of my Estate, be it in whatsoever kind it will, I give to my Wife and Children to be equally divided as thay shall come of age laving my loving Wife and my Cozen, THOS: BUTLER, Executors of this my Last Will and Testament, And in Witness I have heareto set my hand and Seale April! ye 20th 1731
SAMLL,DAVIS WILLIAM BUTLER
ISACK CALL, JAMES BUTLER
Westmorld. ss. At a Court held for the sd. County the 29th day of September 1731 The Last Will and Testament of WILLIAM BUTLER, deced., was presented into Court by his Relict and THOMAS BUTLER, the Executors therein named, who made Oath thereto and being proved by the Oaths of the witnesses thereto, is admitted to Record
Test G. TURBERVILE, C. C. W.
Recorded the first day of October 1731, G. T., C.C. W. 
Butler, Elizabeth (I029170)
 
56307 BUTT, William & Elizabeth LANCASTER, 14 June 1823, m by Thomas Piner, b Wm. L. Lancaster, A-74, Boone County, Kentucky Family F04151
 
56308 Buttler Marlow & Charlotte Foard 12-21-1782 Family F24910
 
56309 BUTTS, JOHN, Charles Co. 14 Feb 1752
4 Apr 1752
Wife, extx.
To Peter Rigg, furniture.
To son Clem Butts, all goods and chattels. John and my plantation I leave to Clem,
Wit: William Goodrick, John Elliott. 28.295
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Charles County Land Record Book S#3, 1770-1775; Page 335. Mortgage, I, Clem Butts of CC, planter nothing follows]. Thomas How Ridgate of CC, merchant, has this day, at my request, become joined and bound in a bond with me, of this date, to Gerrard Fowke of CC, in the sum of 180 £ penalty, conditioned for the payment of 90 £ to sd Fowke, the proper debt of me, sd Butt, by Dec 28, 1776, with legal interest. Now know that I, sd Butts, for the security and indemnification of sd Ridgate and through the promises in being with me as afd, and for 5 shillings to me paid. by Ridgate, I have given Ridgate, 1 Negro woman slave named Ann and her son, 1 Negro boy slave named George. Also, 1 white mare, 1 iron grey mare, 2 feather beds, 1 copper still, and 2 bulls, 2 cows, and 2 cow yearlings. If, however, I pay sd Fowke sd 90 £ and interest by Dec 28, 1776, and indemnify sd Ridgate from damage from being bound with me in the bond atd, then this present writing to be void. Otherwise, Ridgate may dispose of the above effects. Signed Dec 28, 1772 - Clement (X his mark) Butts. Wit - G.R. Brown*, Zeph Turner. Recorded Jan 2, 1773.
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Charles County Land Record Book S#3, 1770-1775; Page [733]. [This page is mutilated]. Release on mortgage. I, Thomas How Redgate of CC, for and in consideration that Clement Butts of CC, has taken and cancelled the bond which
sd Thomas was security for him, sd Clement, to Gerard Fowke, as specified in the bill of sale annexed, do hereby reconvey to sd Butts, all the Negroes, cattle, and household furniture mentioned in the annexed bill of sale, to wit, 1 Negro woman slave named Ann, and her son, a Negro boy slave named George, and also 1 white mare, 1 iron gray mare, 2 feather beds, 1 copper still, and 2 bulls, 2 cows, and 2 cow yearlings. Signed Jun 4, 1775 - Thos How Ridgate. Wit - Zeph. Turner. Recorded , 1775.
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Charles County Land Records 1775-1782; Liber V#3; Page 453. Depositions, recorded at the request of Clement Butts.
CC, Jun 11, 1766. Came before me, a CC JP, Godshall Barnes, aged 74 years or thereabouts, deposed that Clement Butts, was always, as he understood, the reputed son of John Butts, late of CC, decd, that he knew John Butts, the father of sd Clement; who always acknowledged him for his son, and that sd Clement was born in wedlock, that the sd John, before the birth of sd Clement, was married to Christian Goodrick, and that sd John Butts had a brother named Richard, who he also knew. Sworn before - Dan Jenifer
CC. Jun 11, 1764. Ralph Shaw, aged 81 years or thereabouts, deposes that he knew John Butts and Richard Butts, his brother, many years ago, and that John Butts was married to Christian Goodrick, by which marriage he had a son named Clement, who is the only son that has survived, that John Butts always acknowledged him for his son, and that he never heard it disputed that he was not his son. Sworn before - Dan Jenifer.
Certified on Sep 16, 1766 by Phil Rd Fendall, Clk CC Court, that sd Jenifer, Gent, is a CC JP.
CC, Oct 14, 1766. Thomas Reeves, aged about 70 years, deposes that he was well acquainted with John Butts and Christian, his wife, who lived and died his neighbors, and that they, in wedlock, had a son called Clement Butts, now living and residing in CC, and that 50 years ago or upwards, he also was acquainted with Richard Butts, who he always understood was the brother of the afd John Butts.
Geo Dent, on Oct 4, 1766, certified that the above deposition was taken at the request of sd Clement Butts. Afd Fendall certified on Sep 13, 1767, that sd Dent, Gent, is a CC Justice. Recorded May 4, 1780.
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Charles County Land Records 1775-1782; Liber V#3; Page 325. Doc 19, 1778 from James Reeves of CC, Gentleman, to Clement Butts of CC, planter, for 71 £ 1 shilling, lot #6 in Charles Town commonly called Port Tobacco, lying on the west side of the main Road loading through the sd Town, the lot having been previously willed by Francis Goodrich to Richard Goodrich of CC. signed - James Reeves. Wit - Walter Hanson, W.H. Jenifer. Margaret, the wife of the sd James Reeves, relinquished her right of dower to the lands within mentioned. Recorded Jan 2, 1779 
Butt, Clement (I056993)
 
56310 by 2nd wife? Nelson, William Judge (I025341)
 
56311 BY GEORGE HARRISON SANFORD KING

During the first quarter of the eighteenth century there was living in Stafford County a gentleman by the name of John Short. In the settlement of the estate of Benjamin Newton this entry appears : "1719-Paid Dr. John Short by Judgment." {Stafford County Book "M;" page 72} In 1721 John Short witnessed a deed { Stafford County Deed Book, 1722-1728, page 89} and the Old General Index to Stafford records indicates the will of John Short was recorded in Will Book "K" (1721-1730), page 72. It is, therefore, certain that this John Short died in Stafford County circa 1724. It is suggested that he may have been the relative of John Short, second of the name to appear on the Stafford County records 
Short, John Dr. (I063529)
 
56312 by License Family F29522
 
56313 by Rev Henry Pile (Roman Catholic) Family F25570
 
56314 by Rev Henry Pile {Roman Catholic} Family F25574
 
56315 By Rev. Curtis Williams (M. E. Ch.)
Orme, Patrick (of Montg'y. Co.) and Mary Sewell (of A. A. Co.) Dec. 24, 1801. 
Family F43739
 
56316 By REV. GEORGE H. WORSLEY, RECTOR OF PORT TOBACCO PARISH.
Clements. Walter and Nancy Garrett, Aug. 28, 1782. 
Family F40367
 
56317 By REV. GEORGE H. WORSLEY, RECTOR OF PORT TOBACCO PARISH.
Roby, Zachariah and Elizabeth Pickrell, Jan. 16, 1783. 
Family F32622
 
56318 By REV. GEORGE H. WORSLEY, RECTOR OF PORT TOBACCO PARISH.
Wheeler, Ignatius to Ann Morris, Aug. 19, 1783. 
Family F12805
 
56319 By REV. HENRY FENDALL [PROT. EPISCOPAL]
King, John to Susa. Lynch (of St. Paul's Parish P. a's Co.), Nov.1777.
Rowe, John to Mary Ward (King George's Parish), Dec. 23, 1777.

Adams, Samuel to Sarah Nelson (Durham Parish), Dec. 28. 1777.
Penny, Thos. to Amelia Adams (Durham Parish), Jan. 4, 1778.
Davis, Zachariah to Sarah Wright (Durham Parish), Jan. 5, 1778.
Nally, Nathan Barton to Sarah Taylor (Durham Parish), Jan. 6, 1778.
Gray, Benja. to Mary Stewart (Durham Parish), Feb. 15, 1778.
Stewart, James to Cath. Milstead (Durham Parish), Mch. 15, 1778.
Grant, John to Eliza. greenfield Tyler (King George's Parish, Prince George's Co.), Mch. 16, 1778.
Lomax Zeth to Eleanor Gray (Durham Parish), Mch. 19, 1778.
Ryson, Lancelot to Clare Cash (both of Stafford County, Virginia.), Mch. 26, 1778.
Woodward, Samuel to Anne Posey (Durham Parish), Apr. 3, 1778.
Heal, Francis to Penelope Ford (Port Tobacco Parish), Apr . 12,1778.
Jacobs, -to Anne arahame, Apr. 30, 1778.
Wells, Samuel to Martha Oliver (P.a. Co.), Aug. 13, 1778.
Ward, Wm. to Verlinda Harrison (Durham Parish), July 27, 1777.
Fields, Wm. to Clare Poor (Durham Parish), Aug. II, 1777 .
Waters, John to Eliza Carter (Durham Parish), Sept. 20, 1777.
McConchie, Wm. to Eliza Muncaster (Durham Parish), Sept. 25, 1777.
Walker, Richard to Mary Gilpen (P. a. Co.), Aug. 25, 1778.
Moore, John Smith to Margt. Musgrove (P .a. Co.), Sept. 20, 1778.
Cox, John to Margt. Howard (P. a. Co.), Sept. 2, 1778.
Lanyhill, Leonard to Anne Anly (Calvert Co.), Oct. 30,1778.
Naylor, Batson to Eleanor Austin (P. a. Co.), Nov. 8, 1778.
Gabard, John to Margt. Lucas, Mch., 1778..
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Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 492. Bill of Sale. I, John Brachin of CC, planter, for 0 £, sell to Thomas Contee of CC, merchant & Co, 1 sorrel horse branded on the off buttock 0, 2 feather beds and parniture, 2 iron pots, 1 chest, 1 table, 1 frying pan, 2 pewter dishes, and 6 plates, and all other household
furniture. Signed Jun 12, 1764 - John Brackinn. Wit - Henry Fendall. Recorded Jun 18, 1764.
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Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 532. Sep 12, 1764 from Thomas Contee of CC, merchant, and Henry Fendall of CC, attorney at law, executors of the will of Benjamin Fendall, late of CC, Esq, dead, to Philip Richard Fendall of CC, Gent. sd Benjamin Fendall, by his will dated Apr 6, 1764, among other things, directed that the rest of his real and personal estate should be sold by his executors. Sd Benjamin, at his death, was seized, in fee, of part of a tract of land called Battons Cliffs, and one other tract called Three Brothers, situated on Potomack River. Also, one other tract called Beavers Lodge, situated on. Zakiah Swamp in CC. Sd three tracts were purchased by the afd Philip Richard Fendall at public vendue of the executors. This deed therefore witnesses that the sd Thomas Contee and Henry Fendall, for 550 £ sterling, grant to Philip Richard Fendall, the afd three tracts. Battons Cliffs was granted to John Fendall, Gentleman, by a proprietary deed dated Aug 5, 1721, and by sd John Fendall conveyed to the afd Benjamin Fendall, his son, by deed dated Nov 22, 1729, and recorded in CC, containing, as in sd Proprietary grant, it is said, 562 acres, excepting about 30 acres which in the deed from the sd John Fendall unto sd Benjamin, son, is excepted, and except 166 acres heretofore sold and conveyed by sd Benjamin Fendall unto Henry Thompson by deed dated Jul 31, 1749, and except also 107 acres conveyed by the sd Benjamin unto Philip Richard Fendall, party to these presents, by deed dated Feb 13, 1758. [Also' all that tract of land containing about 130.5 acres, situated on Potowmack River in CC, adjacent to the before mentioned tract called Battins Cliffs, and is called the Three Brothers, purchased by the sd Benjamin Fendall of Henry Thompson and Margaret, his wife, as appears by their deed dated Jul 31, 1749.
[Also] all that tract of land called Beavers Lodge, -situated at Zackiah Swamp in CC, containing 47 acres, granted to John Fendall, as appears by a Proprietary deed or patent dated Jul 10, 1725, and after the death of the sd John, the patent descended unto the afd Benjamin Fendall, his son and heir at law. Signed Thos Contee. Henry Fendall. Wit - Thos Stone*, Josias Hawkins*. Recorded Sep 30, 1764.
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Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 685. May 18, 1764 from Thomas Conte(e) & Henry Fendall of CC, .. the will of Benjamin Fenda[ll] .. Benjamin Fendall for term of years by lease dated Jun 18, 1752, and which by the death of the sd Robert Yates, survived to the sd Benjamin Fendall, on which sd tract there is now erected one water grist mill, one bake house, with sundry other buildings and improvements, and the sd Benjamin Fendall, being so thereof possessed, departed this life, having first made his will dated Apr 6, 1764, and therein, after having disposed of some part of his estate, does direct that the rest of his real and personal estate be sold at public vendue by his executor, to wit, the tract whereon the testator then lived, called Battens Cliffs, one other tract purchased by the sd testator of Henry Thompson called part Three Brothers, one other tract called Beavers Lodge, the testator's water grist mills on Allens Fresh, together with the land condemned by virtue of a writ of ad quod damnum to erect the sd mills on, and appointed the above mentioned Thomas Contee and Henry Fendall executors who, in performance of the authority given to them by sd will, have sold at public vendue the sd tract of land, containing 20 acres, lying in Allens Fresh, whereon stands erected the water grist mill afd, unto the above mentioned James Swann, for 471 £ sterling- This deed therefore witnesses that sd Thomas Contee and Henry Fendall, executors as afd, for sixty one £ sterling .. hereby sell to sd James Swann, the residue of a term yet to come and unexpired, of all that tract of land in Cc and on d run called Allens Fresh, containing 20 acres whereon stands a water grist mill and bake house, and lately in the tenure and occupation of Benjamin Fendall, Esq, decd, leased to sd Benjamin Fendall and Robert Yates decd for the full term of 80 years, from the agent of Lord Baltimore, proprietor of Maryland, dated Jun 18, 1752 and recorded in the High Court of chancery of Maryland. Benjamin Fendall held all of the above by virtue of the lease afd and of survivorship_ James Swann must perform the several covenants in sd lease. Signed - Thos Contee*, Henry Fendall. Wit - Jo: H: Harrison*, Josias Hawkins*. Recorded Jun , 1765.

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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 405-182: THREE BROTHERS: 225 acres; Possession of - 225 Acres - Escheat: Re-Surveyed for William Stephens Howard, John Howard & Thomas Howard, 30 Aug 1722 lying on Bachelors creek near Cedar Point beginning at a bounded red oak. Escheat: Other Tracts Mentioned: HOWARDS DISCOVERY; {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, Re-surveyed into HOWARDS DISCOVERY; folio 458,,

1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 424-327: THREE BROTHERS: 250 acres; Possession of - 250 Acres - Stewart, Daniel : : Lying between the lands of William Middleton, Robert Robinson & William Coombes, Surveyed 7 Oct 1734 for Daniel Stewart: Other Tracts Mentioned: HOWARDS DISCOVERY;
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 290-15: BATTEN CLIFFS: 350 acres; Possession of - 350 Acres - Tyre, James : Surveyed 16 Apr 1658 for Wm Batten on the side of Potomack adjoining to the land of Richard Hatton.: Other Tracts Mentioned: LITTLEWORTH; ; ; Conveyance notes - Raphael Neale from James Walker 19 Oct 1717, James Walker from Raphael Neale 12 Nov 1717; ,Escheat included in Resurvey of LITTLEWORTH,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 389-84: BATTENS CLIFFS RESURVEY: 562 acres; Possession of - 562 Acres - Fendall, Benjamin : Re-Surveyed 14 Aug 1719 for Capt John Fendall escheat including BATTENS CLIFFS on the East side Potomac River beginning at a bounded White Oak standing by the riverside and is a bound tree of a parcel of land formerly belonging to Andrew Watson now in the possession of Thomas Howard.: Other Tracts Mentioned: LITTLEWORTH RESURVEY; ; Conveyance notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, 30 Acres - Included in RESURVEY OF LITTLEWORTH, folio 412, 25 Oct 1729,532 Acres - Benjamin Fendall from John Fendall; 22 Nov 1729,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 402-159: BEAVERS LODGE: 47 acres; Possession of - 47 Acres - Fendall, John : Surveyed 20 Nov 1721 for John Fendall in Zachia Swamp beginning at a bounded Red Oak: Other notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, , 
Fendall, Henry Rev (I001665)
 
56320 By Rev. HENRY PILE [ROMAN CATHOLIC].
Middleton, James to Nancy Corry, Apr. 23, 1789 
Family F05949
 
56321 By Rev. HENRY PILE [ROMAN CATHOLIC].
Reeder I Benjn. to Eleanor Slaughton, Dec. 23, 1786. 
Family F26600
 
56322 By Rev. IGNATIUS MATTHEWS [ROMAN CATHOLIC]
Reeder, John to Chloe Green, Oct. 22, 1779. 
Family F40777
 
56323 By Rev. James Hunt, 1778-1782 Family F24703
 
56324 By Rev. JOHN C. BROCKENBOROUGH, RECTOR OF WILLIAM AND MARY PARISH
Chunn, Charles to Jane T. Bowen, Apr. 28, 1801. 
Family F27659
 
56325 By Rev. John C. Brockenborough, Rector of William and Mary Parish
Shaw, Edward to Cloe Posey, Apr. 15, 1800.
Gaius Marcus Brumbaugh Colonial Records Vol 2 
Family F09431
 
56326 By REV. JOHN MCPHERSON OF PICCAWAXON, OR WILLIAM AND MARY PARISH
Howard, Baker to Ann Philips, Apr. 6, 1782. 
Family F01046
 
56327 By REV. JOHN MCPHERSON OF PICCAWAXON, OR WILLIAM AND MARY PARISH
King, Robert to Judith Wood, June 13, 1777 
Family F12505
 
56328 By REV. JOHN MCPHERSON OF PICCAWAXON, OR WILLIAM AND MARY PARISH
King, Townley to Rebeckah King, Dec. 16, 1782. 
Family F07186
 
56329 By Rev. Jonathan Rawtiouser, i 793-1 798
Minister of German Reformed Church,
Elizabethtown, Hagerstown]

Harrison, Daniel and Rebecca Hammit, March 19, 1795. 
Hammett, Rebecca MNU (I098388)
 
56330 By Rev. Joseph Threlkeld,* Oct. 2, 1777-Nov. 13, 1781 Family F43978
 
56331 By Rev. Thomas Reed, 1777-1778  Family F43972
 
56332 By Rev. THOMAS THORNTON.
Smithson, Wm. Eaton to Rhoda Robey, Sept. 1, 1777. 
Family F41150
 
56333 By Rev. WALTER H. HARRISON
Haislip, John to Easter Nelson, Jan. 27, 1780. 
Family F33200
 
56334 by Reverend John Pickett Family F02741
 
56335 by the Reverend James Scott Family F09116
 
56336 by the Reverend Thomas J. Packard at St. Thomas Church Family F08489
 
56337 By will dated 18 June, 1785, and probated 7 February, 1788, Mrs. Mary (Mathews) Grant of Saint Paul's Parish bequeathed the mansion house at Boyds Hole to her brother, John Mathews." This property, consisting of 220 acres, was known as "Grantsfield" and was inherited by Miss Mary Mathews, only child of John Mathews. Miss Mathews mentions in her will" the family graveyard at "Grantsfield" and directs that it be enclosed with a brick wall. This property is now within the extensive holdings of Mr. Lewis E. Smoot of King George County.
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MATHEWS, THOMAS, Charles Cal Jan 1747/8; 9 Mar 1748
To be buried on the plantation where I now live and on the hill near where my shop now stands.
To son MAXIMILIAN MATHEWS, Negro called Cesar, Negro girl called Winnie, tract In Mattawoman called "Argyle, 156 A.; and if without Issue then to my dau. MARY MATHEWS.
To son WILLIAM MATHEWS, Negro man called David and his wife Barrannumao
To son THOMAS MATHEWS, Negro man called Aleleda and Negro boy called Harry.
To son JOHN MATHEWS,, Negro boy called Ignatius and a Negro
girl called Doll, and tract called "White Haven Dock," 200 A.; and if he should died without heirs then to dau. MARY MATHEWS, If both tracts fall Into her hands then she is to take her choice and her sister THEODORA to have the other tract,
To dau. THEODORA, Negro girl called Taby(?) and woman called Mana,
To dau. MARY Negro boy called David(?), Negro girl called Brisey.
To wife Negro man Homeda, Negro women called Joaney and Phillis, Negro girls Lucey and Nell, Negro boy called Roger.
My son in law JOHN SHORT to have authority to bind my son JOHN MATHEWS in apprentice to some handicraft, trade or business.
Wife MARY and son MAXIMILIAN, exs,
Wit: Matthew Stone, Sr., Mathew Stone, Barton Stone, 25, 550
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MATTHEWS, THOMAS, Prince George's Coo 24 Jun, 1757; 6 Feb, 1762
To nephew Thomas Matthews, son of bro, William Matthews all my right; to tract: lying In Charles Co. called "O'Neil's Desert"; in case of his death before he arrives 21 without Issue, then sd. pt:. of land to my bro. John Matthews.
Also to bro, John Matthews, the rents of sd. land until nephew comes to age 21; slave.
To bro. Maximillian Matthews, all he now owes me,
To sister, Mary Matthews., some slaves,
To sister, Theodosia Short., one ring,
To friends: Mrs. Mary Simm, Mrs. Christian Smilth, Mrs. Sarah Chilton and Mrs John Stone Hawkins, one mourning ring each.
Remainder of estate to be divided between sister Mary Matthews, and bro. John Matthews.
Ex: Bros John.
Wit: Benja. Brookes, Allen Bowie, Bazil Magruder, Thomas Brooke.
6 Feb, 1762, Charles Co.: came Benj, Brooke, witness. and said he saw testator sign the will. 31.777 
Matthews, Mary (I015206)
 
56338 BYLAND, Elijah & Rosena HUFFMAN, 6 Mar. 1827, m by WH, b George Hume, c by guardian Abraham Powell [presumably Huffman's], Campbell Co., KY

PARKER, Jno. F. & Matilda POWELL, 10 Mar. 1831, m by Lewis Conner, b Wm. Barton, c by father Abraham Powell, A-118, Boone Co., KY

POWELL, Abraham & Elizabeth CRISLER, 27 July 1807, BD, b Elisha Crisler, c by father Leonard Crisler, 1-81, Boone Co., KY

STEVENS, Samuel & Betsey POWELL, 17 July 1809, BD, b Abraham Powell, c by father Micajah Powell, 1-116, Boone Co., KY 
Powell, Abraham (I005907)
 
56339 BYRD, FIELD, PEARL. Michael R. Darnel, 2903 Southbridge Dr.. South Bend, IN 46614, seeks info on the ancestors of John Field and wife Margaret Pearl. Children: Mary, Elinor, Martha, William, b 1777, Sarah, John, Catherine, Penelope, Charles. Sold family farm in Fauquier Apr 1803 and moved to Kentucky. Parent of Margaret are William, d. 1785 and Martha Pearl. Eleanor Byrd, mother of William Pearl. Field, John (I080436)
 
56340 C.V. Wedgwood, Thomas Wentworth, First Earl of Strafford, 1593–1641: A Revaluation (1961), includes an extensive bibliography. The Earl of Strafford’s Letters and Despatches, ed. by William Knowler, 2 vol. (1739–40), is still the largest printed collection of Strafford’s papers, but it contains only about a 12th of the manuscript material in the possession of Strafford’s descendant, Earl Fitzwilliam. J.P. Cooper, "The Fortune of Thomas Wentworth, 1st Earl of Strafford," Economic History Review, Second Series, 11:227–248 (1958), is of great importance for Wentworth’s financial interests and character.
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Proceedings of the County Court of Charles County, 1658-1666
Volume 53, Page 168;
At A Court held the 19th of November Ao 1661
419 Thomas Wentworth entereth his marke of hogs and Cattell videli cet Cropt on the left Eare and too slits in the Crope and the Right Eare underkeeled and ouerkeeled
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A Relation of the Successefull Beginning of the Lord Baltemore's Plantation in Maryland Volume 551, Page 34 Lord Baltimore's Dream

Cecil Calvert, second Lord Baltimore, had prepared
as well as he could for his New World venture. The ship-
board society resembled his plan, with men of birth as
leaders, and men and women used to hard work com-
mitted to several years of service. The Jesuit mission-
aries provided his Catholics with a ministry, exercised
he hoped, with suitable discretion. As he wrote Sir
Thomas Wentworth, an old friend of his father's, shortly
after the departure of the Ark and the Dove, "I have
sent a hopeful Colony to Maryland, with a fair and
probable Expectation of good Success."53"

(53) Jan. 10, 1633 [/34], quoted in Menard, Economy and Society
in Early Colonial Maryland, 37.
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A Relation of the Successefull Beginning of the Lord Baltemore's Plantation in Mary-land Volume 551, Page 40

(44) Lord Baltimore to Sir Thomas Wentworth, Earl of Strafford,
quoted in J. Thomas Scharf, History of Maryland from the Earliest
Period to the Present Day, 3 v. (Baltimore, Md., 1879) 1: 68; ibid., 66;
Cecil the Lord Baltimore's Declaration to the Lords, Calvert Papers,
Number One, 228; Maryland Historical Magazine 1 (1906): 352-353.
On the willingness of Catholics to take the oath of allegiance (as op-
posed to the oath of supremacy), see Menard and Carr, "The Lords
Baltimore" in Quinn, ed., Early Maryland in a Wider World, 212, fn.

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Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1636-1667 Volume 3, Page 21
Settlement of Maryland, 1629-1637. 21
Minutes of the Council for New England. 6. November 1632.
Colonial Papers. Vol. VI, No. 29. [Extract.]
Touching a new Pattent it was agreed that a Copy should
be taken of the Lord Baltimore's late Patent of Delaware Bay
in Virginia and that the same shall be delivered unto Sir Henry
Spelman for the better enabling of him to prepaire the New
Pattent.

Order of the Lords Commrs for Foreign Plantation.
3 July 1633.
At the Starre Chamber the thirde of July 1633.
Present
Lord Keeper
Lo: Privy Scale
Lo: High Chamberlain
Earl of Dorset
Earl of Bridgewater
Earl of Danby
Lord Visct Wentworth
Lord Visct Falkland
Lord Cottington
Mr Secry Windebanck. 
Wentworth, Thomas {1st Earl of Strafford} (I009819)
 
56341 c: 23 Mar 1622/3 in Saint Mary's, Prescot, Lancashire, England
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The William and Mary Quarterly, (1901) Volume 9
OLD KECOUGHTAN. (page 123)
(3) Robert Moryson had command in 1641 of the Fort at Point Comfort in absence of his brother, and was lieutenant thereof in 1645 (Hening, I., 320). In York county records letters of administration were granted to Jane Moryson on the estate of Robert Moryson, October 25, 1647. He died s. p.
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Fenwick, Jane, widow of Cuthbert Fenwick, Patuxent, Calvert Co., 24th Nov., 1660; 12th Dec., 1660.
To sons Robert, Richard and John Fenwick, lands equally, including home plantation, "Little Fenwick," and "Mousieur's Plantation;" division to be made when eld. son Robert attain age of 18 yrs. No stock to be sold until Cuthbert Fenwick be 21 yrs. of age.
To Teresa Fenwick, personalty at 16 yrs. of age.
To son-in-law (stepson) Cuthbert Fenwick, personalty with which to stock his seat of land.
To son-in-law (stepson) Ignatius Fenwick, personalty.
To servants, white, Indian, and negro, personalty.
Guardians: Cuthbert Fenwick afsd., together with Ignatius at 21 yrs. of age. In event of death of 3 child., viz., Robert, Richard and John, under age, lands to pass to Cuthbert, Ignatius and Teresa Fenwick, and ?? personal estate to Roman Catholic Church, and residue of personalty to be divided among child, of sisters Conaway and Marra.
Overseers: Cuthbert Fenwick, Wm. Mill, John Bogue.
Test: John Wright, John Turner, Edmund Scott. 1. 114.

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LANCASTER COUNTY DEEDS & WILLS 1652-1657; Antient Press; Page 64-65
BE IT KNOWN unto all men by these pr:sents that I ye Ladye AGATHA CHICHELEY for & in consideracon of ye love & affection I beare unto my Neace, ye Daughter of EDWIN CONAWAY, doe freely give & grante to her ye sd ELTONHEAD, one black browse Cow called Thacker cropt on ye right & underkeeled on ye left; To have & to hold the sd Cow wth: all her increase both male & female unto ye sd ELTONHEAD her heirs Exers. & Admistrs: for ever; And if in case she ye sd ELTONHEAD should decease before she shal come to age, then I doe give y sd Cow both male & female unto my Sister, MARTHA, ye Wife of ye sd EDWIN CONAWAY, to have & to hold ye sd Cow wth all her increase both male & female for ever unto her ye sd MARTHA her heirs Executrs, Admistrs. & assignes In Witness whereof I ye sd AGATHA CHICHELEY have hearunto set my hand & seale this 7th day of May 1653
Signed sealed & delivered in pr:sence of
CUTH: POTTER AGATHA CHICHELEY
JOHN PIG his marke
Recordatr: 10 die Augustii 1653 p JOHN PHILIPS
Markes of Cattle to be recorded for Mr. EDWIN CONAWAY. EDWIN CONAWAYs marke crop on both eares. EDWIN CONAWAY JUNR. crop on both eares & a hole in ye left. ELTONHEAD CONAWAY on both eares & a slitt down ye left
Recordatr: 10th die Augustii 1653 Teste JOHN PHILIPS Cl Cur
THESE PRESENTS witnesseth yt: I EDWIN CONAWAY doe acknowledge to have received of Mrs. ELINOR BROKAS by the apointmt. of my Sister, FENNWICK, in ye time of her Widowhood, one Heifer colored black with a flower de luce on both eares for ye use of my Daughter, ELTONHED, wth: all ye increase both male & female as a Gift from her Aunt FENWICK In Witness whereof I ye sd CONOWAY have hearunto set my hand ye 15th day of ye Instant May 1653
Signed & delivered in ye pr:sence of
FRA: CHICHELEY, EDWIN CONAWAY
CUTH: POTTER
Recordatr: 10th die Augustii 1653 p JOHN PHILIPS, Cl Cur 
Eltonhead, Jane (I030736)
 
56342 Caddwallader Edwards and Mrs. Catherine Bourn m. 12 Apr 1710. Family F39970
 
56343 Cadwallader Edwards and Katherine parents of Cadwallader Edwards
son b. 14 Aug 1713 and bapt. 16 Aug 1713.
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Cadwalader Edwards 30.232 AA £52.15,6 Jan 1744 Jan 22 1744
Appraisers: Simon Duff, Samuel Soumain. Creditors: Richard Dorsey, James Dick.
Next of kin: Edward Edwards.
Administratrix: Ann Edwards
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Cadwallader Edwards 22.160 A AA £52.15.6 £26.17.0 Apr 29 1746
Received from: Mr. Samuel Smith.
Payments to: Thomas Rutland, James Dick, William Reynolds, Jamee Reynolds, Mr. Richard Dorsey, Stephen Bordley, Mr. William Rogers paid to Mr. Smith, Mr. Smith.
Administratrix: Ann Edwards, now wife of Thomas Howard. 
Edwards, Cadwallader (I100394)
 
56344 Cadwalledder Edwards and Catherine parents of Edward Edwards son b.
7 Jun 1711.

Edward Edwards and Elizabeth Chilton m. 18 Nov 1742. 
Edwards, Edward (I100391)
 
56345 Cage, John, Charles County, 12th Feb., 1676; 9th July, 1676.
To wife Susanna, execx., plantation, 300 A., on Wiccomica R.
To son John and hrs., sd. plantation at death of wife afsd.
To younger son William and hrs., plantation afsd. should son John die without issue.
To dau. Margery Rowland, dau. Anna at 16 yrs. of age and unborn child, to 2 child. (unnamed) of dau. - Voyders, personalty.
Test: Jno. Fanning, Hennery Rennalds. 5. 289.
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Robert Rowlants 7A.166 A CH #51186 #51886 Jul 27 1680
Payments to: Dr. Le Mare, Mr. Hill, Joseph Bowlet, Joseph Piles, John Bearcroft, Richard Armestrong.
Administratrix: Margery Warren (relict), wife of Humphry Warren, (married immediately after deceased's death)
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Humphrey Warren Jr. , son and heir of Humphrey Warren Sr., was b. c1655, d. 1695 in Charles County, Maryland. He was twice married. The proven wife was Margarey Cage Rowland, daughter of John Cage and widow of Robert Rowland. Humphrey Warren Jr. married his second wife, Margery Rowland, sometime after 1676 and before July, 1680. [6] The will of Margarey Rowland Warren's father, John Cage, dated Feb 12, 1676, named his daughter Margarey Rowland. Surname Cage alternately spelled Coge & Cooge. Five sons were born to the second marriage, the last after his father's death: Notley Warren, Benjamin Warren, Charles Warren, John Warren, and Humphrey Warren III. After the death of Humphrey Warren Jr., the widow Margarey Warren married (3) Thomas Burford. [7]
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Charles County Circuit Court, Birth, Deaths & Marriage Records, Liber Q
Ruelants, Dinah, d/o Robert and Margery Ruelants of Wicomico, b. 2 May 1677
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Early Families of Southern Maryland, Volume: 7
When Thomas Burford d. in 1697, he left a will naming his step-sons as "sons Benjamin and Charles Warren"; he mentions Notley Warren and godson Humphery Warren; Walter Story, Notley Warren and Richard Morris were the witnesses to his will (MCW 11.149). The will makes no mention of a wife, and Walter Story was named as ex. of the estate [value £166.12.7] dated 14 Mar 1697 (I&A 16.22). 
Cage, Margarey (I002831)
 
56346 Cage, John, Charles County, 12th Feb., 1676; 9th July, 1676.
To wife Susanna, execx., plantation, 300 A., on Wiccomica R.
To son John and hrs., sd. plantation at death of wife afsd.
To younger son William and hrs., plantation afsd. should son John die without issue.
To dau. Margery Rowland, dau. Anna at 16 yrs. of age and unborn child, to 2 child. (unnamed) of dau. - Voyders, personalty.
Test: Jno. Fanning, Hennery Rennalds. 5. 289. 
Cage, Anna (I098571)
 
56347 Cager, Robert, St. George's Hundred, St. Mary's County, 24th Jan., 1675; 4th Feb., 1675.
Entire estate to be used for maintenance of Protestant ministry in St. George's and Poplar Hill Hundreds. Exs.: Francis Sourton, Geo. Mackall, Peter Watts.
Test: Thos. Dent, Wm. Watts, Jno. Wynn. MCW 2. 383.
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Robertt Cager 1.128 A SM #43737 Nov 16 1674
Payments to: Nicholas Bead, Alexander Standish, Nicholas Rawlins, William Greengoe, William Hatton, John Mould, Secretary Clarke, Even Lewin, Mr. Mettford, Mr. Cordea, Robertt Graham, Elisabeth Cob, Elisabeth Allison, Mr, Humpkin. Mr. Vanswerinqen, William Calvert, Esq., Mr. Jenifer, Mr. Carvill, Mr. Monroe, George Dundas.
Administrator: Henry Hyde,
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Robertt Cager 2.136 I SM #8295 Mar 2 1675 May 9 1676
Appraisers: William Hatton, Francis Hill,
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Robert Cager 5.93 A SM #14457 #16337 May 11 1678
Payments to: John Blomfield, Mr. Clement Hill, Capt. Gerard Slye, William Calvert, Esq., Mr, Henry Carew.
Mentions: John Evans.
Executor: Peter Watts.
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Robert Cager 6.529 A SM #18307 #18307 Nov 26 1679
Payments to: Abell James paid to Marmaduke Semme.
Executor: Petter Watts.
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Robert Cage 4.307 A #8295 Aug 22 1677
Legatees: Peter Watts, Mary Watts.
List of debts: Phillip Lawlins, John Evans.
Payments to: Marmaduke Semmes, Robert Farrar, Thomas Evans, John Baker, Robert Jones, Henry Spry, Emanuell Ratcliffe, Frances Hyde, Elisabeth de la. Roche, Thomas Dent, John Browne.
Executor: Peter Watts.
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John Waughop 5.225 I #31890 Jun 19 1678 Jul 4 1678
A raisers: William Hatton, Peter Watts.
List of debts: Simon Spracklin for Mr. Thomas Carlile, Robert Cager (dead), James Lewis, Robert Glasgow.
Executrix: Joanna Waughop. 
Cager, Robert (I003277)
 
56348 CAIN, John & Elizabeth SPILMAN, 28 Oct. 1834, m by WH, b Charles F. Spilman, c by father Philip Spilman, w by Thomas H. Spilman, Campbell Co., KY
JEFFRIES, William J. & Susan Ellen SPILMAN, 28 Nov. 1838, m by WH, b Charles F. Spilman, c by Susan's father Philip Spilman, Campbell Co., KY 
Spillman, Philip S. (I036087)
 
56349 CAIN, John & Sarah W. [Sally N.] DANIELS, 20 Apr. 1845, m by SE, b Beverly S. Daniel, Campbell County, KY

DANIEL, Beverly & Anne STEPHENSON, 20 May 1821, m by David Lillard, b Jonathan Stephenson, c by father Jeames Stevenson, A-60, Boone County, KY

KENNETT, Press G. & Mary M. DANIEL, 28 Dec. 1819, BD, b Beverly S. Daniel, c by father Peter Daniel; c by father Press G. Kennett of Falmouth for marriage of under age son Press G. Kennett Jr., latter w by George W. Pollard[?], Campbell County, KY

ORCUT, William & Elizabeth SMITH, 17 Apr. 1832, m by RT, b Beverly Daniel, Campbell County, KY 
Daniel, Beverley (I041817)
 
56350 Caldwell & Lyon County, KY border each other.


James Hughes 2005-10-23 15:42:26
CALDWELL COUNTY, Kentucky GUARDIANS' BONDS 1823-1833

17 Mar 1828 John W. Marshall appointed guardian for George Marshall, one of the heirs and infants of George Marshall
dec'd. Security: Reuben R. Marshall.

21 Apr 1828 John W. Marshall appointed guardian for Gabriel R. Marshall, infant son of Geo. Marshall dec'd. Security:
David Doom. 
Marshall, John W. (I025619)
 

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