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

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56351 Caleb m. Nancy Ann Tanner, Caleb Ephraim (I004158)
 
56352 Calendar of Marylands Wills", 1732-1738, page 256.

The will of Joshua Howard is dated 3 July 1738, proved 4 Sept 1738.His will bequeaths
land or goods to his 3 sons Francis, Cornelius, and Edmund, and his 4 daughters Sarah, Mary, Elizabeth, and Violet.
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Joshua Howard 17.340 A BA £226.16.7 £240.2.10 Jan 8 1739
A second inventory is cited in the amount of 213.6.3. The amount of the accounts also included &35.8.8 in sterling and #614.
Received from: Mr. Isaac Milner (merchant in London), Joseph Bird, Lawrence Hammond.
Payments to: Dr. George Buchanan, Mr. William Rogers, Nathan Rigbie, John
Stinchcomb due to Daniel Dulany, Esq., Joseph Cromwell, Samuel Owings.
Legatees: Violate Gist wife of William Gist paid to Christopher Gist, Mary Gist
wife of Nathaniel Gist, Elisabeth Wells wife of Thomas Wells.
Distribution to: widow (unnamed, 1/3). Residue to: accountant (1/3), (no name given, 1/3).
Administrator/Executor: Cornelius Howard
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Children of Violette HOWARD and William GIST are:
i. Joseph GIST was born 30 SEP 1738 in Baltimore, MD, and died 22 JAN 1803 in Brooke County, (now WV). He married Elizabeth ELDER. She was born 12 MAR 1742 in Ann Arundel County, MD, and died 1814 in Brooke County, (now WV).
ii. William GIST was born 23 SEP 1743 in Baltimore, MD. He married Sarah FINCHER. She was born 1752 in Baltimore, MD.
iii. Ann GIST was born 16 SEP 1745 in Baltimore, MD, and died 1799 in Baltimore, MD. She married James CALHOUN 18 NOV 1769. He was born 1741 in Baltimore, MD.
iv. Sarah GIST was born 1747 in Baltimore, MD, and died in Baltimore, MD. She married Andrew McC UNE 28 MAY 1772. He was born 1743 in Baltimore, MD.
v. Elizabeth GIST was born 10 MAY 1750 in Baltimore, MD, and died 10 FEB 1794 in Baltimore, MD. She married Ramsey MCGEE 26 NOV 1775. He was born 1746.
vi. John GIST was born 26 JUL 1752 in Baltimore, MD, and died 1782 in Baltimore, MD.
vii. Violette GIST was born 13 MAR 1755/6.
viii. Ellen GIST was born 26 SEP 1757. 
Howard, Violetta (I049910)
 
56353 Calendar of Marylands Wills", 1732-1738, page 256.

The will of Joshua Howard is dated 3 July 1738, proved 4 Sept 1738.His will bequeaths
land or goods to his 3 sons Francis, Cornelius, and Edmund, and his 4 daughters Sarah, Mary, Elizabeth, and Violet.
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Joshua Howard 17.340 A BA £226.16.7 £240.2.10 Jan 8 1739
A second inventory is cited in the amount of 213.6.3. The amount of the accounts also included &35.8.8 in sterling and #614.
Received from: Mr. Isaac Milner (merchant in London), Joseph Bird, Lawrence Hammond.
Payments to: Dr. George Buchanan, Mr. William Rogers, Nathan Rigbie, John
Stinchcomb due to Daniel Dulany, Esq., Joseph Cromwell, Samuel Owings.
Legatees: Violate Gist wife of William Gist paid to Christopher Gist, Mary Gist
wife of Nathaniel Gist, Elisabeth Wells wife of Thomas Wells.
Distribution to: widow (unnamed, 1/3). Residue to: accountant (1/3), (no name given, 1/3).
Administrator/Executor: Cornelius Howard
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Children of Mary HOWARD and Capt. Nathaniel GIST are:
i. Zipporah GIST was born 24 DEC 1732 in Baltimore County, MD, and died in Stokes County, NC. She married Benjamin YOUNG , Sr. ABT. 1751 in Baltimore County, MD, son of William YOUNG and Rebecca LEWIS. He was born 28 APR 1733 in Barbados Island, (formerly British) West Indies, and died 14 DEC 1809 in Stokes County, NC.
ii. Christopher GIST was born 24 SEP 1734 in Maryland, and died 1794 in Cumberland County, NC. He married Lucy MCNEIL. She was born 1738 in Cumberland County, NC.
iii. Nathaniel GIST was born 1736 in Baltimore, MD, and died 7 OCT 1780 in Battle of Kings Mountain. He married Dinah VAN HOOK 1760 in Cumberland County, NC. She was born in Orange County, NC.
iv. Joshua GIST was born 1740 in Baltimore County, MD, and died AFT. 1810 in Henderson County, KY. He married Elizabeth GIST 25 NOV 1766. She was born 1744 in Baltimore, MD, and died in Henderson County, KY.
v. Richard GIST was born 1742, and died 7 OCT 1780 in Battle of Kings Mountain, SC. He married MARY.
vi. Joseph GIST was born 1748 in Baltimore, MD, and died AFT. 1813 in Anderson City, TN. He married Mary Ann MCNEILL ABT. 1775 in Cumberland County, NC. She was born 1752 in Baltimore, MD.
vii. Thomas GIST was born 9 MAY 1750. He married Ruth BOND. She was born 1754 in Baltimore, MD. 
Howard, Mary (I049909)
 
56354 Call Number 31921
Title Burrus family genealogical chart.
Material 1 leaf.
Summary Descendants of Jacob Burrus (d. 1742) of Caroline and Orange Counties, Virginia. Other surnames mentioned: Brockman, Bush, Delaney, Embrey, Graves, Quisenberry and Tandy.
Format Photostat (negative).
Subject - Personal Burrus family
Burrus, Jacob, d. 1742, progenitor.
Brockman family
Bush family
Delaney family.
Embrey family.
Graves family.
Quisenberry family
Tandy family
Genre/Form Genealogical tables.
Genealogies -- Virginia -- Caroline County.
Genealogies -- Virginia -- Orange County.
Series Genealogical charts collection; 31921.

System Number 000493033 
Burrus, Jacob (I062725)
 
56355 called a frenchman.
may have gone from france to Lesbury, Northam, England before coming to Lancaster, Va by 1688
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1734-1744 Prince William Co VA Will C, Pages 482-83.
Will of John Marr, dated 0 May 1744.
John Marr of New Hamilton Parish and County of Prince William being very sick and weak in body.
To Elizabeth Marr my beloved wife, my negro boy Peter and my orphan boy James Sims at her own disposeal and the third part of my estate beside as household goods and creatures, corn, wheat and rie and tobacco and my estate not to be sold till she hath her thirds but to divided by three honest men such as the Court shall appoint.
To John Bradford, Junr., my negro boy Tom after my decease and the said Bradford shall oblige himself to pay to Martha Keirns five pounds Court. mony in the space of one year.
To John Marr the son of Daniel Farr my negro girl Cate after my decease. And the said Marr shall oblige himself to pay Mary Nettle six pounds currt. money at the age of eighteen.
To my beloved son Christopher Marr my servt. woman Isabel Sims.
To John Rector my you the remainder part of my estate to
be equally divided amongst my children.
I do appoint Daniel Marr and John Bradford executors of this my last will and testament.
Wit: John Marr
Stephen (S) Smith
William (X) Sparks
James (X) Stephenson
28 May 1744. Presented in Court by Daniel Harr and John Bradford executors therein named. Proved by all the witnesses.
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1734-1744 Prince William Co VA Will C, Pages 484-85.
Bond of Daniel Marr, John Bradford, Joseph Hudnall and William Blackwell unto Robert Jones, Gent., justice. For L 400. 28 May 1744. Daniel Marr and John
Bradford are exors. of John Marr.
John (X) Bradford
Jos. Hudnall lm. Blackwell
29 May 1744. Ack. and OR.
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1738-RENT ROLLS - Prince William County, VA
Marr, Chris
Marr, Daniel
Marr, John
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1721-1735 King George County Deed Book 1, Part II, (Antient Press); pp. 389
Indenture 4th November 1726 between GEORGE ALLEN of Hanover Parish King George County and JOHN MARR of same .. for 2250 pounds good Tobacco .. to Farm Lett during term of Ninety nine years from the day of the dates of these presents .. 100 acres .. at a place called ye Marsh Lend and being part of tract of 200 acres granted unto ALEXANDER CLEMENT by Patent ye 16th July 1716 .. the said tract lying at the uper end of THOMAS EVANS Land .. said 100 acres being the back or uppermost .. paying yearly and from year to year to ye Proprietors or Agents ye just sum of One shilling Sterling for every fifty acres and to GEORGE ALLEN .. ye annual Rent of one grain of Indian Corn ..
Presence Alexr. x Clement, Geo. x Allen
Daniel Marr John Marr
4th November 1726 .. Lease recorded.
Know all men .. I GEORGE ALLEN bound unto JOHN MARR .. in sum 4500 pounds of good Merchantable Tobacco .. 13th August 1726. Condition .. if GEORGE ALLEN make appearances at the Court of the County when .. lawfully required .. and then there relinquish to JOHN MARR his right to the Plantation whereon GEORGE ALLEN now dwells with 100 acres .. then this obligation to be void ..
Presence Peter Ker, George x Allen
Tobias x Kelly
4th November 1726 .. Bond recorded.
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1721-1735 King George County Deed Book 1, Part II, (Antient Press); pp. 577-582
Indenture 27th/28th November 1728 between WILLIAM RUSSELL of County
of Stafford and JOHN BRADFORD of Hanover Parish King George County .. by deeds of lease and release .. for 5000 pounds Tobacco sold 125 acres at a place called the Marsh land and being part of a Tract of 316 acres granted to sd WILLIAM RUSSELL by Patent bearing date 2nd July 1712 .. tract lying on a Branch of the Marsh Run called the Horse Pen branch bounded Westward of the said Branch a little below the Lick where stands a great Horse Penn belonging to said Russell .. Lower side of Horse Pen branch; line of land of JOHN MARR JUNR.; and JOHN HOPPER the said 316 acres laid of and divided by Mr. WILLIAM THORNTON Surveyor between the said WILLIAM RUSSELL and ALEXANDER BEACH of the County of Stafford the said 125 acres being the Lowermost according to the mutual division being now in the occupation of DAVID DENNY Blacksmith .. Presence Robert x Fanny,
Andrew Forbes William x Russell
7th March 1728 .. Deeds of lease and release and receipt for consideration money recorded and GRACE the wife of the said RUSSELL relinquished her right of Dower unto the lands ..
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Prince William County, Virginia Deeds {Antient Press}: Liber I; 1745 - 1746; pp 157-158
TO ALL CHRISTIAN PEOPLE to whom these presents shall come I ELIZABETH MARR Widow of the Parish of Hamilton and County of Prince William send Greeting. Know ye that I the said ELIZABETH MARR for the Natural love that I do bear unto my Son HARMON RICTOR Planter I the said ELIZABETH MARR being in perfect memory have given unto the said HARMON RICTOR his heirs a parcel of land containing One hundred acres in the aforesaid County of Prince William and in the GERMAN TOWN it being part of a GRAND PATTENT taken up by JOHN FISHBACK, JOHN HUFMAN and JACOB HOLTZCLAW and by them conveyed by a Lease for Ninety nine years yet to come to the aforesaid ELIZABETH MARR Widow then ELIZABETH RICTOR the said Lease bearing date the Eleventh day of August in the year 1729 and is recorded in the County Court of STAFFORD and the said land bounded beginning at a red Oak corner to PETER HITT and from thence down to a Hiccory joining to the land of HENRY OTTERBACK and along the said OTTERBACKs line crossing LICKING RUN to a white Oak in Colo. CARTERs line thence up CARTERs line to a red Oak corner to PETER HITT thence along the said HITTs line to the beginning which said land HARMON RICTOR now lives on and is in his possession To Have and To Hold the said parcel of land to him the said HARMON RICTOR and his heirs without any manner of claim from me the said ELIZABETH MARR my heirs. In Witness whereof I have set my hand and affixed my Seale this 28th day of in presence of JAMES GENN ELIZABETH MARR
JACOB SPILMAN, HENERY ODERBACK
At a Court held for the County of Prince William the 28th day of July 1746
ELIZABETH MARR acknowledged this Deed of Gift to HARMON RICTOR to be her act & deed which is admitted to record
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http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=94&last=&g_p=G4&col lection=NN Grant
Title Marr, John, Jr.
Publication 30 June 1712.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311.
Note Location: Richmond County.
Grantee(s): Marr, John, Jr. and Hopper, John.
Description: 588 acres on the south side of the Horsepen Branch being a branch issuing out of the east side of the Great Marsh Run.
Source: Northern Neck Grants No. 4, 1710-1712 , p. 94 (Reel 289).
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http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=94&last=&g_p=G5&col lection=NN Grant
Title Kingcart, Mary.
Publication 22 September 1715.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311.
Note Location: Richmond County.
Description: 125 acres near the Great Marsh, adjoining land of John Marr, Jr.
Source: Northern Neck Grants No. 5, 1713-1719, p. 94 (Reel 289).
Recorded survey available. Northern Neck Grants No.5 1713-1719. (reverse). 
Marr, John (I038261)
 
56356 called catharine B. McPherson in account McPherson, Eleanor Catharine Benson (I106510)
 
56357 called Clara by mother Marshall, Clair B. (I000536)
 
56358 called Grace Warren in Piney Episcopal Church Cemetery, Waldolf, Charles County, Maryland records
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John Hannon 102.142 CH £59.13.0 Sep 9 1769 Nov 1 1769
Appraisers: Peter Dent, John Hanson.
Creditors: Thomas Clagett for David Dalyell George Oswald & Co., Jos: Aderton.
Next of kin: Mary Hardey, Mary Linder Hardey.
Administratrix: Grace Hannon.
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John Hannan 67.67 A CH £59.13.0 £57.5.7 May 20 1772
Probate information cites the name of the deceased as: John Hannan Warren.
Sureties: George Hargraves, Henry Acton, Jr.
Received from: John Boswell, Berry Robey & John Robey.
Payments to: Thomas Claget, Land Office paid by Joseph Mitchell, Joseph Mitchell, Theophilus Hanson, Judges of Land Office, Walter Dulany, Walter Hanson, Philip Fendall, James Key, Richard Lee, Dr. Joseph Anderton, Elisabeth (no surname given), Alexander Robey.
Representatives: widow (unnamed), 4 children: Jemima Hannah (at age), Henry (age 13), John (age 8), Walter Warren Hannan (age 6).
Administratrix: Grace Smallwood, wife of William Marberry Smallwood
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John Hannan 6.160 D CH £53.0.11 May 20 1772
Sureties: George Hargrave, Henry Acton, Jr.
Distribution to: Representatives unknown to this Office.
Administratrix: Grace Smallwood, wife of Mr. William Marbury Smallwood. 
Warren, Grace (I008437)
 
56359 called james jr in the marriage records
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Montgomery County MD wills
James Higgins L I f 437 30 Feb 1808
L 2 p 480 18 Jan 1816

Wife: not named - to live on in testors's home
Son: Benjamin Higgins - The Fork and Additions to the Fork where he now lives 200A
Son: James Becraft Higgins - 367A The Additions, where he and testator now live
Son: John Higgins - 202A The Last Coat and part of Joseph's Park where he now lives, which was obtained from Benjamin Becraft
Daus: Sarah Prather, Ann Prather, Rebecca Soper, Susannah Swearington, Luranah Becraft, Elizabeth Allison, Elinor Garrett.
Granddau: Susannah Swearington
Ex: Son James B. Higgins
Wit: John Fleming, Benjamin Ray, Zadock Lanham. 
Higgins, James Becraft (I096952)
 
56360 called John Bacon in land record, and Samuel Bacon in final account of Francis Dixon Dixon, Sarah (I106298)
 
56361 Called Mary Elizabeth Katton in the Mack Thomas Marshall Bible, Red letter edition, copyright 1912 by the John A. Hertel Company, King James Version.

1830 Census Kenton/Campbell

 Waggoner, Conrod KY CAMPBELL CO.   263 1830
 Waggoner, Conrod KY CAMPBELL CO. COVINGTON 233 1830
 Waggoner, Henry KY CAMPBELL CO.   262 1830 
Lansbury, Mary Elizabeth (I000509)
 
56362 called Mary in her father's will Fleet, Margaret (I029967)
 
56363 called Mathew Beaden in Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1759-1763; Liber RR page 115
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1759-1763; Liber RR {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 115. At the request of Mathew Beaden [sic Martha Baden] the following Deed was recorded February 13, 1761
I Ann Beaden [sic Baden] of St. Paul's Parish in PGCo for divers good causes and valuable considerations me hereunto moving have given unto my daughter Mathew Beaden [sic Martha Baden] in my lifetime 60 pounds current money of the province and 1 back mare colt. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this February 14, 1761, Ann Beaden [sic Baden] in the presence of Benjamin Clark, Henry Thompson

 
Baden, Martha (I085172)
 
56364 called s-i-l of Robert Tomlin in his will
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Old Rappahannock Co Deed Book 1 - 1656-1662; Antient Press; pg 78 - 79
THIS INDENTURE made the 31st January Witnesseth that whereas ROBERT BRUSNER formerly of the County of NAZEMUNN gent now deced did by his last Will & Testamt. give unto his Daughter MARTHA now Wife me WILLIAM MOSELEY as part (missing) portion seven hundred & fifty acres of land situate & being (missing) NANZEMUM called be (missing) the INDIAN TOWN (missing) Will doth appear be(missing) of the aforesaid County NOW KNOW all men by these presents that I the said WILLIAM MOSELEY & MARTHA my Wife do hereby acknowledge to have sold all our right & interest of the aforesaid land from us our heirs or assignes unto RICHARD STAPLES of the County NANZEMUM to him his heirs or assignes for Ever the said Land to Hold with all priviledges thereunto belonging in as full & ample manner as was granted unto the said ROBT. BRUSNER by his Patent or conveyance now Know further that one hundred & fifty acres of the aforesd seven hundred and fifty cres was purchased of one THOMAS MUMFORD & the other six hundred taken up by the said ROBERT BRUSNER now therefore know that we have hereby sold & conveyed & do hereby sell & convey unto the said RICHARD STAPLES his heirs & assignes our due right & interest of the aforesaid land for Ever for a certain satifacion in hand received & in witness that this is truth & our voluntary act & deed we have both the said WILLIAM & MARTHA hereunto sett our hands this day above menconed being the 31st January 1659 being signed sealed & delivered in the presence of
Test ROBERT MOSS, WILLIAM MOSELEY
WILLIAM MOSS MARTHA MOSELEY
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Old Rappahannock Co Deed Book 2 - 1662-1664; Antient Press; pg 271-272
KNOW ALL MEN that I WILLIAM MOSELEY of the County of Rappa. in Virga, gent & MARTHA my Wife do acknowledge to have granted unto ROBERT MOSS of the same County his heirs & assignes from us or either of us our heirs & assignes all our right belonging to a parcell of land conteining three hundred & twelve acres being part of a tract of land whereon I the sd WILLIAM MOSELEY now live in the Parish of Sitten bourne in the County abovesd & begining on a point of land on the South East side of the Creek & runeth up the sd Creek side & up the Swamp of the sd Creek to the utmost extent of the bounds of the Pattent excluding the Marsh of the Creek & all the Swamp on which it is bounded & runing according to the bounds of my Pattent from the sd Branch to the place where it began moreover I do further oblige my self my heirs to Warrant the sale of the sd land to the sd ROBERT MOSS & his heirs for ever & alsoe from the Dower of us WILLIAM & MARTHA MOSELEY & his heirs to save harmless from any persons whatsoever and we do also assigne over all our Right belonging to the sd Pattent as may be collected out of the Pattent to us he the sd ROBERT MOSS paying his Matys Ouittrents & all other taxes levied on the abovesd Land likewide we do further declare that the Land called the RICHNECK is part & parcell of this land which we the sd WILLIAM MOSELEY & MARTHA MOSELEY do convey unto ROBERT MOSS & his heirs binding us & our heirs jointly & severally as by the records doth appear & for the true performance of all the premises we freely sett our hands & seals this 30th of January 1663
in presence of JOHN DUNBAR, W. MOSELEY
JAMES BOUGHAN MARTHA MOSELEY
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Old Rappahannock Co Deed Book 3 - 1663-1668; pg 140-142
TO ALL TO WHOM etc NOW KNOW YEE etc that I the sd Sr. WM. BERKELEY Knt Governor etc doe wth the consent of the Councell of State accordingly give and grant unto RICHARD STOAKES two hundred and fifty acres of land butting and bounding as followeth Vizt, begining at a marked red oake at the Miles End of a Devidt' of land now in the Possession of WM. MOSELEY and runing p the Miles End of the sd land So:So:West 320 poles and thence No.No.West 125 poles to the lands of VINCENT STANFORD and by the sd land No:No.E 320 poles & finally So:So:E: 125 poles to the place where it begann being due to the sd Richa. Stoakes by and for the transptacon of five persons whose names are on the record menconed underneath this Patten t To Have and to Hold etc. Provided etc, dated 18th 9bris 1663.
William Berkeley
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I RICHARD STOAKES of the County of Rappa, in Virga. doe from me my heires assigne transfer and turne over all my right title and interrest & claime of this within menconed Patt unto WM. MOSELEY his heirs IN WITTNESS whereof I have hereunto sett my hand and seale this 18th day of January 1664
in presents of us ROBT DAVIES CiCur Richard Stoakes
THO HAWKINS
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I WM MOSELEY and MARTHA my Wife doe for us our heires assignes transffer and make over from us our heires all this within menconed Land to JNO COOKE his heires and Assignes for Ever wth all our right title and Interrest therein or thereof belonging or any ways apperteyning and doe further warrant the said Cooke shall quietly possess the same without any Lett or Molestalcon of us or either of our heires or any other clayming lawfully under us As Wittness our hands and stales this 1st of January 1666.
In presents of us W ABNETHY, W. Mosley
WILLIAM LANE Martha Mosley
Recognit in Cur Cora Rappa primo Die January 1666
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Old Rappahannock Co Orders - 1683-1685: pg 49
Rappahannock County Court 6th of November 1684
- For as much as Mrs. MARTHA MOSELEY, Relict and Administrx. of Capt. WM. MOSELEY, hath not yet had any allowance of her Paraphernalia out of her deceased Husbands Estate, It is by this Court thought fitt and accordingly ordered that the said Mrs. MARTHA MOSELEY now marryed to Capt. GEORGE TAYLER be allowed Twelve hundred pounds of tob: out of the said Capt. MOSELEYs Estate, it being the Apprizement of one bed and furniture belonging to the Estate of the sd Capt. MOSELEY
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CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS PATENT BOOK No. 3; Pg 244
ROBERT BRASSEUR, 1200 acs. Nanzemond Co., 12 Apr. 1653, p. 33. At the head of the southerne branch of Nanzemond Riv., 600 acs. lying on the S. side of the branch & the other 600 on the N. side. Beg. on the N. side &c. joining land of Adrian Buny. On the S. side, being an Indian Towne, beg. at a marked pine standing on a bancke by the branch side, joining land of Wm. Haines &c. Trans. of 24 pers: Marg. Stockwell, Geo. Juory (or Ivory), Robt. Brasseur, Florence his wife, Mary Brasseur, Persid (or Persie) Brasseur, Kathe. Brasseur, Bennet Brasseur, Wm. Wotton, Tho. Parker, Jon. Sutton, Jon. Stephens, Step Dordon, Jon. Loyd. Jon. Bott, Symon Iron, Jon. Barefeild, Eliz. Pateman, Geo. Daldye, Wm. Ball, Nicho. Moroise (?), Tho. Purse11, Ra. Ellis, Jon. Abby.
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Wills of Old Rappahannock County, Virginia [William Montgomery Sweeny]
TOMLIN, ROBERT,*

To son Robert Tomlin all my land and plantation at Arraricke with all the household goods & stock upon it to him & his heirs forever & likewise one negroe due to me from Mr Malachiah Peale with one feather bed boulder & Rugg which lyeth in my wife's Chamber And my Great Iron Gray Mare with all her Increase to him & his heirs for ever.
Item I give unto my Cozen George Tomlin one young Mare about two years old, one feather bed which Lyeth in the hall with the furniture to itt belonging, one Iron pott about four or five Gallons & nineteen hundred pounds of Tobo. which John ffenner oweth me to build him a house upon his owne Land And Likewise a man servant which I am Indebted to him, And likewise itt is 'my will that he shall have his own Cattell which was brought over to my plantation.
Item. I give & bequeath unto my son William Tomlin all the Land & plantation which I formerly bought of Mr. Thomas Gordon all the household goods & stocke of Cattell which are upon itt with the negroes & feather bed with the furniture to itt belonging which Lyeth in my wifes Chamber, & one feathr. bed more with the furniture thereto belonging about eight or nine pounds price which I will my Executr. hereafter named to buy for him & all the horses & mares which he always Claimed as his owne, to him & his heires forever, and Likewise I give more to my son William halfe a dozen pewter dishes one Table, four paire of sheets & two suits of Table Linen.
Item. I give unto my Loving wife one third pta. of the plantation & Land whereon I now live & leaving noe more Land but towards the poynt of woods next the River & to Keep everything in repaire as now itt is, And likewise one third part of the plantation & Land I formerly bought of Thomas Rawson during her life, five and twenty head of Cattell & one third part of my horses & mares not before bequeathed & Likewise this psent Cropp she paying my debts out of itt & maintaininge my son William and 3 daughters with necessaries for this psent year & afterwards with the pfitts of my negroes & stocke to maintain my 3 daughters & give them convenient Learnynge during the time they live with her which my desire is till they marry or come to age.
Item. My will is that if my said wife Rebeccah Tomlin doe not assent of this my will then she shall have no more than an equall childs part of my personal Estate.
I will & bequeath unto my daughter Rebecca Tomlin all the plantation & Land whereon I now live after her mothers decease unto her & her heirs forever. Item. I will & bequeath unto my daughter Hannah Tomlin the Land I formerly bought of Thomas Rawson aftr: her mothrs decease to her & her heirs forever.
Item. I will & bequeath unto my daughter Martha Tomlin my mill with all the priviledges to me belonging or in any wise appertaining to her & her heirs forever also my will is that my Executr. shall keep my Mill in repairs with the pfitts that shall come of the Mill and the remaindr. of the profitts shall be & remain for the use and benefitt of my aforesaid daughtr. to be returned to her at the age of one & twenty years or marriage which shall first happen according to the discretion of my Executr:
Item itt is my will & desire that if all or any of my said daughters shall attain to ye age of one & twenty years or marry before my sd wife shall depart this life, then my will is that my Executr. shall equally divide the negroes Cattel & horses which are upon my plantation as they come of age or marry respectively except my wifes thirds during her life of her personal estate & after her death to be equally divided between my three daughters but if itt should happen that any of my daughters should die before the age of 21 years or marry then the Lands Negroes & stocks to goe to the survivor equally. Item my will is & I freely bequeath unto my brother Capt. George Taylor one of my saddle horses which are upon my plantation which he shall please to accept of after my decease.
Item I give unto my Cozen Martha Taylor my mare about two years old with her increase to her & her heirs forever.
Item I give unto my sister Mrs Martha Taylor one Gold ring about 12 shillings price.
Item I give unto Robt Brooke two pieces of eight two New England shillings & six pence which is [in] my Lettr. Case in my Truncke.
Item I give & bequeath six hundred pounds of Tobacco to be Laide out in Mourning Ribbon to be given to my friends at my funerall according as my executor shall think fitt. Item my will is that the two dwelling houses upon my son William's plantation shall be both new covered & the Tobacco house in the bottom new posted & mended out of the produce of the Tobacco of this prsent Cropp Also my will is that if my Executr shall thinke fitt that my son William Tomlin be not capable of managing the plantation to him bequeathed that then my will is that my Executor shall keep the plantation in his owne hands till my son comes of age only the profits in the meantime to return to the boy.
Also that whereas I have already consigned seaventy five bushells of wheat to new England as by bills of Laidinge will appear, my will is that the produce of itt att the returne may be equally divided between my wife son William & her three daughters And likewise my will is that the wheat which I have att home in my Barne & my mill, which I suppose may be about 200 bushells may be shipt & consigned to New England accordingly as I formerly took Care pposd by my Letters writt to Mr: Saffin & the pduce of that at the return to be equally divided between my wife son William & my three daughters.
Exr. my loving Brother Capt. George Taylor my Loving wife Rebecca my full & sole Executr. & Likewise if they see fitt for the good of my wife & children to dispose of any horses & mares according to their discretion. If my brother dies before this will be fulfilled I desire my son Robert Tomlin to join with my wife & to assist her according to his endeavour.
Witnesses : ROBERT TOMLIN seal
HEN AWBREY
WILL Moseley
Ro : Brooke.
7 March, 1683 ; 3 October, 1688.
Pages 28-32. 
Brashears, Martha (I082470)
 
56365 called William Harper of Virginia aft 1687
===
Chancery Court Proceedings, 1674.
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An Inquisition Indented taken at the City of S.t maries in the
province of maryland the Twentieth day of June in the 43.th year
p. 103 of the Dominion of Caecilius &a Annoq Domini 1674 Before Coll. (fol. 129) William Calvert Esq by virtue of a mandamus to him directed to this Inquisition annexed to Enquire what Lands or Tenements Simon Oversee late of S.t mary's County deceased dyed Seized of in his Demeasne as of fee within the Said County & of what mano.r holden and of what Services & how much those Lands & Tenem.ts are of value by the year in all issues & what time the Said Simon Oversee Dyed & who is his next heir & of what age the Said heir is & whose those Lands & Tenem.ts from the time of the Death of the Said Symon hath or doth Occupy & the issues & profitts thereof hath or doth receive & by what Title and how & in what manner By the Oaths of Garrett Vansweringen, Richard moy, Daniell Clocker Sen.r Walter Hall, John Quigley, Thomas Hatton, Robert Ridgely, Charles Delaroch, John Balley, W.m Harper, Jn° Askins & George Charlesworth w.ch Said Jurors upon their Oaths Say, That the Said Simon Oversee was Seized in his Demeasne as of ffee within the County of S.t maries at the time of his Death of Two hundred acres of Land Called S.t John's ffreehold holden of his Ldp's mann.r of S.t marys in free & Common Soccage by ifealty only for all Services & that the s.d Land was of the value of 4 /5 by the year in all issues And that the Said Symon was Seized also in his Demeasne as of ffee within the Said County at the time of his Death of 8oo acres of Land more adjoyning to the Said freehold without any name but how holden or by what Services or of what value by the year in all issues the Said Jurors Cannot find because the Records to w.ch they have had Recourse do not make the Same appear And the Jurors further Say that the Said Simon was Seized in his Demeasne as of ffee at the time of his Death of 700 acres of Land Called Hebden's hole holden of his Lpps manno.r of S.t George's in free & Common Soccage by fealty only for all Services and the Said Land was of the Value of 14 / 5 by the year in all issues and the S.d Jurors further find that the Said Simon Oversee Dyed in the Beginning of ffebruary 1659 And the S.d Jurors do further find no heir that the said Simon Oversee had at the time of his decease And the S.d Jurors do further find that the Sd Land Called S.t John's ifreehold & the Eight hundred acres adjoyning thereunto was Occupied & possessed by Elizabeth widow of the S.d Symon for one year after the Death of the sd Symon and Since that the Sd Land hath been in the possession of his Excellency Charles Calvert in the Right of the R.t Hon.ble the Lord prop.ry to whom the Same was & is Escheated for want of heirs of him the S.d Simon And y.e S.d Juro.rs do further find that the Sd Land Call.d Hebden's hole Containd 700 acres was Occupied & possessed by W.m Harper to this day by virtue of a Lease from the R.t Hon.ble the Ld prop.ry & that the issues & pfits of all the pcells of Land aforemenconed have been reced by & paid to the S.d Lord proprietary In Testimony whereof as well the S.d William Caivert Esq.r as the Juro.rs afores.d have hereunto Sett their hands & Seals the day and year first above written
W.m Calvert (sealed)
G: Van sweringensealedTho: Hatton sealed
John Quigley sealed Char Delaroach sealed
Richard Moy sealed John Bailey sealed
his mark W.m Harper sealed
Danll D C Clockersealed his mark
Walter Hall sealed John A Askin sealed
Robert Ridgelysealed Geo: Charlesworthsealed
===
Daniell Gouer 1.67 I #2050 Sep 8 1674 Sep 9 1674
Appraisers: William Harper, John Mackey.
Approvers: Emanuell Ratcliff.
===
Abell James 1.413 I #7376 May 6 1675 Aug 20 1675
Appraisers: Patrick Forrest, William Kennedy.
List of debts: Samuell Hinson, John Dugins, Thomas Cooke, Edmund Russell, Daniell Smith, Philip Leavin, Francis Hill, Robertt Hatton, John Sly, John Mercy, Edward Tyler, John Beale, Richard Hyde, Joseph Hackney, William Harper, Richard Hatton, John Gant, Thomas Hopkins, Thomas Courtney, John Nickolls, William Gregor, Ignatius Warren, Thomas, John Medly, John Hewit, Richard Burgett, Richard Nederton, Peter Watts, Nathaniell Fisher, Peter Carwardin, Robertt Cager, John Wade, Samuell Dickeson.
===
Elisabeth Rawlins 2.125 I SM #879 Apr 26 1676
Appraisers: William Harper, Richard Weller.
===
Thomas Dent 2.192 I #86110 May 9 1676
Appraisers: William Hatton, William Harper.
===
Henry Hull 2.196 I #2333 Mar 17 1675 Jul 17 1676
Appraisers: William Hatton, William Harper.
===
Richard Hatton 2.215 I SM #38817 1675 Apr 18 1676
Appraisers: William Harper, William Watts.
List of debts: Daniell Clocker (deceased), Garrett Vansweringen, Peter Carwardine, George Oldfield, Daniell Clocker (deceased) for Col. Price.
===
Thomas Pearce 4.398 A SM #39053 #47700 Oct 11 1677
Received from: Col. William Calvert, Esq., John Barnes, Capt. Miles Cooke, Mr. Clement Hill.
Payments to: Dr. Robert Harper, Mr. Robert Mason, Nicholas Anketill, William Harper for Capt. Edward Tarleton, John Askin for Thomas Griffin, Thomas Spincke, Thomas Bennet for Mr. Thomas Dent, Rebecca Dent (relict) for Mr. Thomas Dent, Mr. Robert Carvile (executor of Elisabeth Moy (executrix of Mr. Richard Moy)), John Baker, Mrs. Rebecca Dent (now wife of John Addison) executrix of Mr. Thomas Dent, John Worrecks for Marke Cordea, Edward Jolley and paid to Henry Smith by John Steevens who married wife of Jolley, estate of Francis Graile, William Stayner, Mr. Betts.
Servants mentioned: John Browne who died 7 days after the appraisement of estate.
Administratrix: Lidia Turbervile (relict).
===
Constant Daniell 6.256 A SM #5261 ##14830 Aug 1 1679
Legatees: Thimothy Tracy.
Payments to: Samuel Abiston, Capt. Gabriell Deane paid to Mr. Robert Ridgely, Thomas Vaughan, Dr. Lockerman, William Harper for Edward Tarleton, Thomas Doxy, Robert Puddington, Morgan Jones (runaway).
Administratrix: Love Jones.
===
John Cuningham 7A.100 A SM #74360 #78604 May 25 1680
Received from: William Rosewell, Thomas Keyting, Thomas Bennet, Thomas Winn for Henry Rider, Mr. Garret Vansweringen for Walter Hall (dead), John Addison (executor of Nicholas Proddye).
Payments to: Mr. Chezeldine, John Jones, William Calvert, Esq. paid to Capt. Slye, Leonard Greene for an action vs. Mr. Addison (executor of Nicholas Proddy), Capt. Slye, Francis Johnson paid to Capt. Slye, William Harper, John Manley, John Newton, Kenelme cheseldine, William Williams in an action vs. Walter Hall, Mr. John Darnall in an action vs. James Greene and in an action Vs. Francis Johnson, Thomas Winn in an action vs. Mr. Samuell Leadbeater, Rebecca Dent, John Barnes, Stephen Murty.
===
Mr. James Beaumunt 7C.131 I CH #9448 Mar 30 1682
Appraisers: Humphrey Warren, Thomas Clypsham.
List of debts: Hugh French, Thomas Clipsham, William Barrett, Arthur Turner, Capt. Jozias Fendall, Mr. Richard Hubbard, Thomas Gerrard, George Newman, Capt. David Edward, Dr. John Pearce, Thomas Hussey, Gerard Slye, John Fanning, Robert Doyne, Capt. Humphrey Warren, Mr. John Stone, Maj. John Wheeler, John Gouge, Anthony Neale, Henry Bonner, Richard Beamunt, William Boreman, Jr., Francis Wyne, Paul Burrowes, Samuell Raspin, William Harper, William Browne, Cleborne Lomax, Capt. Diggs, Henry Belcher, Francis Maston, John Bradshawe, Robert Maston, John Turling, Hugh Gardner, Charles Parks (mariner) of London.
===
Robert Hudson 9.387 A SM £1.9.6 Aug 3 1687
Received from: Randalph Hinson, Philip Jones, Peter Carwarden, William Wright, Christopher Goodson, Peter Wattes, William Harper, John Evans, Robert Mason, Thomas George, Samuell Berry, Thomas Cooke, Ales Morris.
Payments to: Mr. Baker, Mr. Blomfield, Joseph Everson, Samuel' Berry, Thomas Jackson, Hon. Col. Henry Darnall & Mr. Clement Hill, Mr. James Heath. Administrator: John Sykes. 
Harper, William (I091365)
 
56366 called younger brother
inherited Vaux Hall on the Ni River. 1800 acres
===
Contributed by: James Hughes

Spotsylvania County Records , Page 116
Note:
March 3, 1730. Henry Willis of Spts. County, Gent., to John Lewis of Gloucester County, Gent., and Charles Lewis of New Kent County, Gent. 10 shill. ster., 1465 a. in Spts. County, formerly Rappahannock, at head of Nassaponax Creek, formerly granted on John Bowsey by pat. Nov. 5, 167??, from whom the sd. land lapsed for not seating the same, then granted by Augustine Smith, who relinquished the same, it then being granted the sd. Willis by pat. April 8, 1729. This land for the use of sd. Henry Willis during his lifetime, then for the use of his wife, Mildred Willis, etc. John Waller, M. Battaley, John Mackmarth. March 2, 1730-1.
===
TALIAFERRO, Mary, widow, Spotsylvania County, d. Jan --, 1771, Executors Bond dated Mar 21, 1771. Wit. None. Ex. sons-in-law, Charles Lewis and Joseph Jones. Leg. daughter Mary Jones; grandson, John Taliaferro Lewis; grandson Charles Augustine Lewis; granddaughter Mary Warner Lewis; my sister Adams; daughters Lucy Lewis and Mary Jines; Mr. Charles Lewis, husband of my daughter, Lucy Lewis; Mr. Joseph Jones, husband of my daughter Mary Jones. (pg 458)
===
1751-1761 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book E; {William Armstrong Crozier}:
Oct. 9, 1755. Charles Lewis of Spts. Co., Gent., to Fielding Lewis of Fredericksburg, Gent. £650 curr. 1800 a. on or near Mattapony River, in Spts. Co., devised the sd. Charles, by the will of his father, Honble. John Lewis, Esqr., Deed., and part of a tract called Warners, etc.; also several slaves. Mortgage. Witnesses, James Strachan, Danl. Fitzhugh, Henry Heath. Dec. 2, 1755. 
Lewis, Charles (I024344)
 
56367 Calvert County Circuit Court
Land Surveys and Condominium Plats

Nelsons Reserve, 135 Acres; Certificate
Developer/Owner: Nelson, Thomas 1684 Patent Record 21, p. 511 0 0 MSA S 1583-1136
Nelsons Reserve, 135 Acres; Patent
Developer/Owner: Nelson, Thomas 1684 Patent Record NS B, p. 29 0 0 MSA S 1583-1137
Nelson's Reserve, 22 Acres; Unpatented Certificate
Developer/Owner: Reynolds, Thomas 1744 Unpatented Certificate 94 0 0 MSA S 1583-1135
Nelsons Reserve, Thomas Reynolds, 22 Acres 1745/04/05 Unpatented Certificate 94 4 0 MSA S 1214-95 
Nelson, Thomas (I044481)
 
56368 Calvert County Circuit Court
Land Surveys and Condominium Plats

Back Pasture, 50 Acres; Certificate
Developer/Owner: Kingsbury, Robert 1665 Patent Record 8, p. 319 0 0 MSA S 1583-111

Back Pasture, 50 Acres; Patent
Developer/Owner: Kingsbury, Robert 1665 Patent Record 8, p. 319 0 0 MSA S 1583-112

Ordinary, 750 Acres; Certificate
Developer/Owner: Kingsbury, Robert 1665 Patent Record 8, p. 316 0 0 MSA S 1583-1163

Ordinary, 750 Acres; Patent
Developer/Owner: Kingsbury, Robert 1665 Patent Record 8, p. 317 0 0 MSA S 1583-1164

Kingsbury Marsh, 130 Acres; Certificate
Developer/Owner: Tasker, Thomas 1683 Patent Record 21, p. 414 0 0 MSA S 1583-895

Kingsbury Marsh, 130 Acres; Patent
Developer/Owner: Tasker, Thomas 1683 Patent Record SD A, p. 7 0 0 MSA S 1583-896

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Kingsbury Marsh, 156 Acres; Unpatented Certificate
Developer/Owner: Gantt, Edward 1763 Unpatented Certificate 76 0 0 MSA S 1583-897 {next to Ordinary and addition to Ordinary}

Kingsbury Marsh, Edward Gantt, 156 Acres 1764/01/04 Unpatented Certificate 76 5 0 MSA S 1214-79
===
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Prince George's County Circuit Court
Land Survey, Subdivision, and Condominium Plats
MSA S1203: (Certificates, Patented, PG)

Kingsbury Cultivation Enlarged, 27 3/4 Acres; Certificate
Developer/Owner: Peach, William 1771 Patent Record BC and GS 45, p. 82 0 0 MSA S 1596-2473

Kingsbury Cultivation Enlarged, 27 3/4 Acres; Patent
Developer/Owner: Higgins, Richard 1771 Patent Record BC and GS 42, p. 214 0 0 MSA S 1596-2474

Higgens, Richard; Kingsberrys Cultivation Enlarged; 27 3/4 Acres 1771/07/29 Patented Certificate 1245 5 0 MSA S 1203-1321

Ordinary, 750 Acres; Certificate
Developer/Owner: Kingsbury, Robert 1665 Patent Record 8, p. 316 0 0 MSA S 1583-1163

Ordinary, 750 Acres; Patent
Developer/Owner: Kingsbury, Robert 1665 Patent Record 8, p. 317 0 0 MSA S 1583-1164

 
Kingsbury, Robert (I074902)
 
56369 Calvert County Circuit Court
Land Surveys and Condominium Plats

Eltonhead Mannor, 5000 Acres; Patent
Developer/Owner: Eltonhead, Edward 1658 Patent Record Q, p. 27 0 0 MSA S 1583-506

Eltonhead Mannor, 5000 Acres; Certificate
Developer/Owner: Eltonhead, Edward 1658 Patent Record Q, p. 21 0 0 MSA S 1583-505

Eltonhead Mannor, 5000 Acres; Certificate
Developer/Owner: Groome, Samuel 1664 Patent Record 7, p. 528 0 0 MSA S 1583-507
===
Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1656-1660
Volume 3, Page 337

3. That whereas his Lop did heeretofore send a Warrant for
the Granting ten thousand acres of Land in the said Province
to Edward Eltonhead Esq vpon certaine termes & Condicons
of a certaine Number of persons to be transported by the said
Edward Eltonhead within a certaine time wch time was Likewise
by two declaracons afterwards of his Lordships enlarged as by
the Warrants and declaracons relacon being therevnto had may
more at large appeare. And whereas neither his Lop nor the
said Edward Eltonhead haue had as yett any Certaine Jn-
formacon of the passing a Grant in Maryland vnder his Lops
former Create Seale of that Province of the said Land to the
said Edward Eltonhead according to the said Warrant and
declaracon & that itt is doubtfull whether the said Originall
Warrant & declaracons be not lost & imbezild in the late
troubles there therefore his Lop thought fitt to send heerewith
as he nowe doth trew Copies vnder his Lops hand & lesser
scale at Armes of the said Warrant & declaracons And doth
heereby Authorize Will & require his Lieut & Keeper of his
Create Seale of the said Province for the time beeing that in
Case he find that there was not formerly a Grant or Pattent
Passed of the said Proporcon of land vnder the said former
Create Seale to the said Edward Eltonhead or that the said
Grant or Pattent & Record thereof be lost & can not be found
That then the said Lieut & Keeper of the said Create Seale do
cause a Grant to be passed vnder his Lops Newe Create Seale
of the said Province to the said Edward Eltonhead & his Heires
of the said Proporcon of Land according to the true intent &
meaneing of the said Warrant & declaracons as aforesaid and
in case ne nna a Record or a rattent or orant passed neereto-


fore vnder his Lops said former Great Seale there to the said
Edward Eltonhead according to the true intent & meaneing of
the said Warrant & Declaracons but that the Originall Pattent
or Grant is lost & cannot be found to be sent to the said
Edward Eltonhead, then his Lip Authorizes & requires his sd
Lieut & Keeper of his Create Seale to cause an Exemplification
to be forthwith made & passed vnder his said Lordships Newe
Create Seale of the said Grant or Pattent vpon Record there
& to send the said Exemplification by the first opportunity to
his Lop for the said Edward Eltonhead.
===
Proceedings of the Provincial Court, 1658-1662
Volume 41, Page 38; March 26, 1658
Edward Eltonhead one of the Masters of the Chancery pe Attorn. the honble Josias ffendall Goue of this Province de[man]deth of Jane Eltonhead, the Relict of Willm Eltonhead of this Province, a
Debt of one hundred & Twenty pounds Sterl. due By Bond, from her late husband. Eod. Writt to the Sheriffe of ye County of Caluerton to arrest &c: Ret: att the next Prouinciall Court to bee held att St Leonard the County aforesd 26o Aprilis next
===
Proceedings of the Provincial Court, 1658-1662
Volume 41, Page 78 ; 1658

Whereas Edward Eltonhead pe Attornat, Josyas ffendall Esqr Gour of this prouince, Producing a Bond or Obligaon under the hand & Seale of Willm Eltonhead deceased, for the paymt of ffifty Three pownds, Ten shillings sterl. as by the sd Deed more att large appeareth, And the deft (being Admistratrix to the Estate of the sd Willm Eltonhead her deceased husband) not being able to proue the paymt of any part thereof, It is Ordered by this Court That an Inuentory of the sd Estate, be gyuen in uppon Oath, by the Admistratrix wthin one month, & tht the estate soe Inuentorized bee appraysed by the Oath of Henry Coursey Gentn Robert Taylor, George Reade and Barnaby Jackson, or any Two of them, And tht the sd Admistratrix satisfy the sd Bond, out of the sd Estate. And because all money debts are payd wth Tobacco in this Country, It is Ordered likewise That the plf take Tobacco pickd & culld wthout seconds & grownd leaues att Two pence Sterl pe pownd.
And the Admistratrix of Willm Eltohead Deceased desyred to make tender of the Estate in Satisfaction of the Debt mentioned in the aforesd Order. Whereuppon the Court considering tht noe Admistrator is by Law bownd to pay further then they haue receued Assetts, Doe Order tht the sd Edward Eltonhead or his Attorney, be possessed wth the sd Estate, to be disposed of for his satisfaction, And to tht end tht an Inuentory be deliuered in uppon Oath by the sd Admistratrix, & tht the Estate soe inuentorized bee appraysed uppon Oath, as in the former Order graunted in this cause, And tht the Admistratrix bee allowed her Dowry, according to the Law & Custome of England.
===
Proceedings of the Provincial Court, 1658-1662
Volume 41, Page 305
Nouembr the 29th 1658
Receiued of Mrs Jane Eltonhead of Patuxt in the Prouince of Maryland Six Thowsand & sixty nine weight of Tob. & cask being part of an Order of Court graunted against her att the suite of Mr
Edward Eltonhead of the Temple in London I say receiued by me by uertue of a Letter of Attorney from him the sd Eltonhead Josias ffendall
Test Ri: Smith Tho: Hinson. 
Eltonhead, Edward (I039194)
 
56370 Calvert County Circuit Court
Land Surveys and Condominium Plats

Middlesex, 100 Acres; Certificate Adjoins Addition to Middlesex
Developer/Owner: Biggs, Ambrose 1664 Patent Record 5, p. 559 0 0 MSA S 1583-1072
Middlesex, 100 Acres; Patent Adjoins Addition to Middlesex
Developer/Owner: Biggs, Ambrose 1664 Patent Record 6, p. 324 0 0 MSA S 1583-1073

Devils Woodyard, 150 Acres; Certificate
Developer/Owner: Ambrose Biggs, and William Stanley 1673 Patent Record 12, p. 318 0 0 MSA S 1583-462
Devils Woodyard, 150 Acres; Patent
Developer/Owner: Ambrose Biggs, and William Stanley 1673 Patent Record 17, p. 152 0 0 MSA S 1583-463
===
Owen Griffith 6.275 A CA #20775 #20990 Aug 5 1679
Payments to: Arthur Young, William Trego, Mr. John Darnall, George Parker (attorney), John Gary, Henry Barnes, Mr. Houseton, Mr. Thomas Banks, Thomas Cosden, William Sharpe, Mr. Harris, Humphrey Water, Edward Good, George Oakes, Thomas Pagett, Ambrose Biggs, Christopher Avery, Francis Hutchings, Edward Gibbs, Richard Johns, John Sunderland, Capt. Richard Ladd, James Macall.
Executors: Francis Malden, Henry Barnes.
===
William Stanley 5.438 I CA #13052 Feb 17 1678
Appraisers: John Mannyng, Robert Dixon.
List of debts: Ambrose Biggs, John Hamelton, Richard Bayly, Capt. Samuell Borne.
===
Michael Taney 30.246 A CA £1279.0.5 £1238.16.9 Nov 29 1709
Received from: Mr, William Parker, Richard Jenkins.
List of debts: Henry Orton, Joseph Edloe, Thomas Gant, Thomas Pasloe, Arthur Young, Henry Mitchell, Mary Crowder, Thomas Brooks, John Joyce, Robert Anderson, Hugh Jones, Hugh Ryly, Daniel Moraine, Bartholomew Gibson, John Sunderland, Matthew Beale, Thomas Wells, Gilbert Deavour, Maj. Nicholas Sewell, Mary Ashcomb, Paul Peacock, Simon Gearling, David Hellen, Alexander Parran, James Cranford, William Dent, Roger Scree, Thomas Collyer, William Philmore, Henry Lowe, Henry Truman, Michael Swift, John Stanley, Isaac Baker, John Wyllimot, Hugh Ellace.
Legatees: widow (unnamed).
Payments to: Capt. Thomas Bordley, Col. Henry Darnall, Alexander Parran attorney for William Farmore (executor of John Nutt), Col. Henry Darnall for use of Lord Baltimore, Joseph Edloe, James Harper, John Bayne for John Dorset, William Dent attorney for John Atkey, Thomas Hillary (administrator of Baruch Williams), William Dent from Elisha Hall, William Dent for fees against Thomas Hillary, William Dent for fees against executor of John Nutt, William Philmore, administrator of Richard Charlet paid to Thomas Greenfield, Esq., Kenelm Cheseldyn, Esq., Thomas Collier due of Samuel Watkins attorney in 2 actions against Gilbert Clark, George Plater, Joshua Cecill attorney for Joseph Howe, Cator Mackdaniel & Michaell Murreen, George Plater for appeal against Hugh Montgomery, Philemon Lloyd, Esq. for fees against executor of
John Nutt, George Lingan, George Lingan & John Hance, Francis Part/s/ William Bladen, Gerrard Foulke for fee against William Philmore, Charles Carroll, Esq. for fees against the executor of John Nutt, Mr. Maning for fees against executor of John Nutt, George Lingan for summoning Nicholas Burd in suit against Richard Smith, James Sewell & Joshua Cecill against Summer, James Sewell & Joshua Cecill for fees against Katherine Montgomery, Mt.
Cornelius White for fees against executor of John Nutt, Samuell Watkins, Mr. Cornelius White for attorney fees against William Diggs, William Bladen, Esq. Payments to (paid Joshua Cecill for fees against): John Atke, administrator of Baruch Williams, Richard Burk, Hugh Montgomery, Ambrose Biggs, Thomas Spencer, John Howell, John White, Simpson, Richard Brooke, James Cranford, administrator of William Howe, administrator of Andrew Tanyhill, Peter Joy, Thomas Money, Richard Watkins, Thomas Plumer, Joseph Williams, Jenkin Smith, Richard Smith, Hugh Montgomery and wife (unnamed), Richard Sumers.
Administrator/Executor: Thomas Taney (gentleman) of Charles County.
===
Dr. Owen Griffith 4.210 I CA #20775 Feb 26 1676
Appraisers: Henry Jowles, James Mackall.
List of debts: Humphrey Waters, Robert Blinckhorne, Robert Taylor, William Harris, Peter Oakeley, John Clarke, Daniell Rawlins, Anthony Morley, Henry Easterly, Nathan Dawes, James Veitch, William Gamball, Richard Bartholomew, William Turner, Edward Good, George Sealing, John Barker, George Noakes, Solomon Thomas, Samuel Vines, Thomas Padget, Ambrose Bigges, Christopher Avery, Francis Hutchins, Marke Clare, Edward Gibbs, Richard Johns, Richard Ladd, John Goff, James Mackall, William Parker, Robert Taylor, William Sharpe,
John Sunderland, Henry Kent, Robert Taylor, Samuel Taylor, Nicholas Butterum, Tobias Myles, Richard Robinson, James Hall, Rowland, Henry Barnes.

===
Calvert County Circuit Court
Land Surveys and Condominium Plats

Middlesex, 100 Acres; Certificate Adjoins Addition to Middlesex
Developer/Owner: Biggs, Ambrose 1664 Patent Record 5, p. 559 0 0 MSA S 1583-1072

Middlesex, 100 Acres; Patent Adjoins Addition to Middlesex
Developer/Owner: Biggs, Ambrose 1664 Patent Record 6, p. 324 0 0 MSA S 1583-1073

Devils Woodyard, 150 Acres; Certificate
Developer/Owner: Ambrose Biggs, and William Stanley 1673 Patent Record 12, p. 318 0 0 MSA S 1583-462

Devils Woodyard, 150 Acres; Patent
Developer/Owner: Ambrose Biggs, and William Stanley 1673 Patent Record 17, p. 152 0 0 MSA S 1583-463 
Biggs, Ambrose (I055236)
 
56371 Calvert County Marriages
by
Rev. Francis Louder

Hellen, James m. Lydia Blackburn 5 Jan 1778 
Family F30879
 
56372 Calvert County Marriages
by
Rev. Francis Louder

Hellen, William m. Dorcas Johnson 4 Feb 1779

 
Family F30881
 
56373 Calvert County Marriages
by
Rev. Francis Louder

Hutchings, Thomas m. Elizabeth Hellen 1Jan1778 
Family F40113
 
56374 Calvert County Marriages
by
Rev. Francis Louder

Parran, Benjamin m. Dorcas Hellen 15 Jan 1778 
Family F40114
 
56375 Calvert County Marriages
by
Rev. Francis Louder

Young, George m. Mary Hellen 16 Dec 1777 
Family F29536
 
56376 Came to America 1650, according to James Smallwood's land grant application.
daughter of William EVANS and Alice NORRIS
Last name believed to be Evans from will of John Evans, evidently her brother; gives us names of parents.
===
John Evans 5.6 I CH #8341 May 3 1677
Appraisers: Michaell Minock, Thomas Beamond.
List of debts: Robert Lofton, James Smallwood, John Twiggs, Stephen Cocks,
===
Smallwood, Hester
EE:418 Film No.:
In 1664 transported by James Smallwood, her husband
Transcript. 9:432; 11:156
Original. GG:160
MSA SC 4341-

Smallwood, James
EE:418 Film No.: SR 8203
In 1664 transported himself & Hester, his wife
Transcript. 9:432 [SR 7351]; 11:156 [SR 7353]
Original. GG:160 [SR 8205]
MSA SC 4341-5152 
Evans, Hester (I002042)
 
56377 came to America in 1620 in the ship Bona Nova. A brother Ralph came with her Lane, Alice (I063258)
 
56378 Came to America with Lord Baltimore on the Ark or the Don. One
of the founders of MD and Lord Baltimore's factor in the Indian
trade.
===
James Hughes 2006-02-05 11:01:50
Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650Volume 4, Page 56

p. Cecilius &c to or beloved Thomas Gerard surgeon. whereas we have by Or Commission to yor brother in law marmaduke Snow appointed him to be Administrator of the goods & chattells of his brother Justinian Snow late of St maries planter deceased; said marmaduke is since (as we are informed) become non compos mentis, & in great danger of death by a violent sicknes; so that he cannot make an Inventary of the goods & doe other things wch are necessary to be forthwith done for the preserving & disposing of the said goods; therefore we reposing especiall trust & confidence in your faithfulnes & prudence, doe hereby revoke and annull the foresaid irés of Admraon granted to marmaduke Snow; and in steed thereof, doe hereby appoint you to be Admrator & doe committ vnto you the Admraon of all the rights debts goods and chattells, within this province wch were the said Justinian's at the time of his death, either vpon the maine sea coming hether or vpon the land within Or said Province. Charging you by vertue of yot oath made vnto vs in this behalfe that as soone as conveniently you may, you cause a just & true appraisemt of all his said goods to be made by 2 indrent men, and that you make a true & pfect Inventary of all his said rights debts goods and chattells; by the discretion of the said two indrent men & the same with the appraisemt deliver to Or Secretary, within one moneth after the date thereof (except further time be given) and that you will and truely pay all the iust debts of the said Justinian within this Province according to the exigence of the law in this behalfe & that you make and exhibite to or said Secretary a faithfull and just accompt of yor said Admraon when you shal be therevnto called by or said Secretary. This Commission to endure till a will of the said Justinian be proved & no longer. Given at St maries this 24th Aprill 1639.
===
James Hughes 2006-02-05 10:54:05
Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650 Volume 4, Page 108 Liber Z. p. 160 mar. 21. 1639

In a cause of Accompt brought by Thomas Gerard Admmator of Justinian Snow, & desiring a discharge of his Admraon; marmaduke Snow attorny of Abel Snow being called to know what he had to say against the said Accompt wch was then shewed to him, said that he said nothing at all to it, nor would have anything to doe with it: but desired his Lops lres might be pformed. wherevpon the Secretary pronounced for the validity of the Accompt & that the Admrator should have his discharge; onely he thought fitt that the tobacco housing should be putt out of the Accompt; and that all the moveable things charged to the Accompt that might be severed from the freehold, (as tables formes ladders, hogtroughes & the like should be taken by the admrator to his owne accompt; and that it should be at the choice of Abel Snow when he saw the Accompt whether he had rather pay the Accompt, & keepe the housing; or els turne the house & plantaon to the Admrator, and he to pay abel Snow 5000 wt tob, and so much more as it was worth afore the charge bestowed vpon it, by the estimaon of any 2 sworne men that shalbe able to iudge of it.

The Accompt of Thomas Gerard gent, of his Admraon of the estate of Justinian Snow late of St maries gent deceased 21. march 1639.

1 tob Impr expended in charges of housekeeping afore the goods were praised at 0500 It. pd to walter Broadhurst gent vpon a iudgemt severall goods to the value of 26 l sterling wch goods were 3000 apraised in the Inventary at
It: paid to Anthony Rawlins vpon a iudgemt 1 c. wt tob: 3. bbrels come; 1. axe 12. hoes, Virginialued at 0300 It pd to the Exequutr of Richard Lee vpon a iudgemt)
1. manservant xpofer moreland; praised at 800 l tob 1000 & 200 l tob. for damage; in all It pd. to Thomas Baldridge for a debt 0694 It: pd to mrs throughton; 6' nailes valued at 0040
It. pd my bro. marmad: Snow vpon a iugemt 3217
It delivered to my said brother vpon another judgemt 21 swine, praised at 1260 l
It delivered more to my said brother vpon the totall 6027 same iudgemt 14. bblls come, web cost to buy them 1500
It for charges of suits of my said brother agst the estate 50 l tob
It pd to John Price for come owing him 0300
It pd to ffranc Rabnett for corne 0120
It pd to Tho: ffranclin for come 0100
It pd to Capt Tho: Cornwaleys Esq for a debt 0100
It pd to mr Britton for corne 0060
It pd to Tho: Coo'p for a debt 0080
It pd to ffrancis Gray & Philip west for a debt 0060
It pd the Secretary for lres of Admraon, & for fees of taking & recording Inventary, Recognisance, Accompt, &c. and for entring divers suits & iudgements for 0305 and against the estate; & the Sheriff for serving warrants

It paid James Baldridge for his paines in praising the goods 0060
It paid mr Brittons man for seeking the swine 0020
It given for recovering a wild sow out of the woods 0050
It delivered to the Indian Empr a great knife bought for 0010 him by the deceased praised at
It for 1. p shoes delivered to Peter heyward afore the 0020 praisemt
It paid the trear of the colony for a publique assessmt 20
vpon the estate for a march vpon the Indians 7
It expended in necessary reparations done about the housing at Snow hill, and finishing what was left 5000.

imperfect, as p pticular annexed
It pd in tobacco to my brother marmaduke Snow for the 1060

vse of my brother Abel Snow
It delivered to my brother marmaduke an assignment of all the spemate debts remaining due to the estate; to the value of 1182 l tob:

It demanded for all my labour paines & travaile in) Adminstring the estate & collecting the tobaccos uoOou into the store & other charges

Totall of the Accompt. 29766

The pticular of the reparations done at Snow-hill; p Accompt of 5000wt supra.
Impr for 3. daies work of the carpenters about repairing 0060 the store

It for 5. dales work in laying the floore making doore & staires of the corne loft &c.

It for 6. daies work in finishing an outhouse necessary 01 20 for servants lodging &c.

It for 4. daies in fitting vp the closett 0080
It for 4. dales work about the chimneys 0080
It for 6. dales work in covering the roofe of the dwelling 20 house wch was blowne downe
It for r 3. daies work in making framed windows for the 0260 dwelling house
It: for 1. daies work in listing the dwelling house 0020
It for 1. daies work in setting vp of 5. benches 0020
It for 50 daies work in building 10. hogsties wch were 1000
left impfect and planking them within &c.
It for io. dales work in railing in the hog-court 0200
It for the carpenters diett during all the time o6oo
It for the work of i. labourer to helpe the carpenters 6
and for his diett all the time
It pd for sawen boards vsed in the work 0050
It for 15. m of nailes spent in the work o6oo
It for 28. foote of glasse for the windowes 0064
It for lead soder & haspes 0020
It for 14 p crosse garnish for the doores 0120 Liber Z.
It for 4 stock locks 0070
It pd the brickmason for stuff & workmanship about the 0 chimneys 450
It for 4. labourers wages and diett to helpe the brickmason during his work 350
It for the brickmasons diett 0040

5000

Cecilius Lord Proprietarie &c. To all psons &c. Know ye that we have received the Accompt of Thomas Gerard gent of his Admraon of the goods & chattells of Justinian Snow late of St maries gent deceased, amounting to 29766 l of tobacco, being the full summe of the goods & debts wch came to his hands;
and the same Accompt as it is entred vpon record, we have examined, and doe approve and allow the same for a good and full Accompt; and therefore we doe discharge the said Thomas Gerard of the Recognisance made to vs in that behalfe; and doe discharge him of his Admration, and of all further Accompt
and question touching the same. Given at St maries the first day of Aprill 1640. witnesse our deare brother Leonard Calvert Esq &c.
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Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650; Volume 4, pg 79.
The Inventary of the goods and chatells of Justinian Snowe late of St Marys planter decesed taken
in the prsence & by the discretion of Mr Giles Brent Esq one of the counsell of this pvince &c and James Baidridge planter and delivered into the Court on the 24th of May 1639 (Vpon day geven from the Court till that time) by Tho: Gerard Admitrator &c 
Snow, Justinian (I016714)
 
56379 CAMMACK, Francis, Spotsylvania County, (Nuncupative will) Whereas my father Francis Cammack, late of the county of Spotsylvania and parish of Berkeley, died without disposing of his estate by a will in writing, but as I well know hearing him in his lifetime say how he intended to dispose of his estate, and being willing his desire in that respect should be complied with, therefore I, John Cammack, eldest son and heir-in-law, do relinquish and give up all right, etc. as heir-in-law to the said Francis Cammack, dec'd., upon condition that my mother, Anne Cammack, widow of the said Francis, and my brothers and sisters do agree to and divide the estate of the said deceased in the manner he intended, which is as followeth: to John Cammack, two negroes; to Henry Cammack, one negro; to Francis, one negro; to Susannah Cammack, one negro; to Katherine Cammack, one negro; to Anne Cammack, one negro; to Anne Cammack, widow of the said dec'd. one negro and the land and plantation whereon the said dec'd. lived together with all the remainder of the estate, and at her death the said land to belong to Francis Cammack, youngest son of the said dec'd., and the remainder of the said estate to be equally divided amongst the above named six children. Dated this 6th day of May, 1778. Wit. A. Frazer, Thomas Sharp, William Johnson, George Cammack. (pg 212) Cammack, Francis (I044927)
 
56380 CAMPBELL, Jane - 25 Jan 1702/3; 24 Feb 1702/3 [p. 123-124]. Jane Campbell of Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, to my loving son John Higdon and his children. For natural love and affection. All that parcel of land he is now seated on, being formerly surveyed for 150 acres...on the south side of Diggwood Swamp which tree divideth this land and the land formerly sold by my former husband James Campbell and myself to my son in law Nathaniel Pope...trees that divides this land and the land formerly belonging to Lawrence Abingdon...land formerly in possession of David Whickliffe now in the tenure of my son in law Nathl. Pope. To my son John Higdon during his natural life, the remainder to his two eldest sons Original Higdon and John Higdon to be equally divided.
Wit: Nathaniel Pope, Jane Pope.
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In witness my hand and seal affixed the day and year aforesaid.

JANE CAMPBELL (SEAL) Signed Sealed & delivered
in presence of Nathaniel Pope, Jane Pope
Westmoreland: S.S. At a Court held for the said County the 24th day of February 1702. Mr. Nathaniel Pope by virtue of a power from Mrs. Jane Campbell acknowledged the within deed of gift to John Higdon to be the proper act and deed of the said Jane Campbell and the lands and premises therein the mentioned to be conveyed to the said Higdon to be Just and right inheritance of him and his two sons Original and Daniel Higdon and their heirs forever according to the interest and purport of the within mentioned deed.

Taste Ja: Westcomb Cler Con Ped
Recorate: decimo Marcy 1702 (abreviations of some
Pr. Latin jargon)
p. 124
Mrs. Campbell's Power to Mr. Pope

I do by these presents constitute and appoint my son in law Nathl. Pope my Attorney to acknowledge the within deed of gift in Westmoreland County Court for and to the use of the within mentioned to the end the same may be recorded, ratifying and confirming the same to all intents and purposes as though I was there personally present.

Witness my hand and seal this 24th Feby. 1702.
JANE CAMPBELL, (SEAL)
Signed, Sealed, delivd in presence of Wm Chambers Wm Thompson

24 Feby: 1702. Proved in court and ordered to be recorded

(Translation) Recorded 10th March, 1702. Jas, Westcomb Clerk County Court.
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Wills of Westmoreland County, Virginia , Page 22
BROWN, ORIGINAL, 5 February 1697-8; 27 April 1698.
Chest of drawers to dau. Jane Pope;
dau. Judith Roe 10 shillings;
dau. Mary Brown at age of 16 years one negro girl, feather bed and furniture;
son William horses, pistols and bayonets;
Law. Abbington one-half stock, books, etc.;
wife Jane exx. and residue of estate.
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A - 2; JANE CAMPBELL (Brooke-Higdon-Brown) DEEDS. JOHN HIGDON I. HER HOME PLACE OF 150 ACRES. (Bk. 3; p.123)

To all christian people to whom this present writing shall come Jane Campbell of Westmoreland County in Washington Parish in Virginia send Greeting in our Lord God everlasting this 25th day of January 1702, Now know ye that I, the said Jane Campbell for divers good causes and considerations me thereto moving, but more especially in consideration of the natural love and affection I bear to my loving son John Higdon and his children have given and granted and do by these presents............give and grant and make over to my loving son John Higdon all that piece or parcel of land he is now seated on, situate, lying and being in the said county and parish being formerly surveyed and laid out for one hundred and_fifty acres with all houses, outhouses, orchards, fences and timber, timber trees, woods,water and water courses, mines minerals and apurtenances whatsoever, Beginning for the said land at a white oak standing on the South side of a swamp called Diggwood Swamp which tree divideth this land.. and the land formerly sold by my former husband James Campbell decd.,and.myself to my son in law Nathaniel Pope as will appear from a deed of sale recorded in the County Court records of Westmoreland County and running up the said swamp joyning to the said Nathaniel Pope's land to a line of marked trees that divides (bounding?) this land and the land formerly belonging to Laurence Abingdon and binding upon a line of marked trees that divides this land from the land formerly in possession of David Whickliffe now in the tenure & possession of my aforesaid son in law Nathl. Pope.- To have and to hold the aforesaid land, with the appurtenances aforementioned and granted to my said son John Higdon for and during his natural life the remainder to his two eldest sons Original Higdon and John Higdon and their heirs forever, not to be held in joynt tenancy but to be equally divided and to hold the same as tennants in common.

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WILL OF GEORGE TUNBRIDGE , making Mary Browne his heiress. (Bk.2; p.144)

In the name of God amen I George Tunbridge of Westmoreland County

in Washington Parish in Virginia, being sick of body but of perfect mind and memory thanks be to Almighty God doe make and ordain this my last Will and Testament in manner and form following. First and Principally I bequeath my Soul into the hands of Almighty God not Doubting, but trusting through the merits & passion of Jesus Christ my Savior and redeemer, I may receive forgiveness of all my sins and my body to the Earth to be buried decently & and Christianlike at the discretion of my Executors hereafter named. Item It is my will that my funeral charges be satisfied and paid.

Item I give and bequeath unto Mary Browne the daughter of Original Browne and Jane his Wife all and every part and parcell of my Temporal Estate, both real and personal, to her and tier heirs forever.

Item I will that an Inventory of the said Estate be taken, and that it remain in the hands of Mrs. Jane Browne, widow, till her Daughter Mary Browne shall arrive of age, or come to be married.

Item I will that Mrs. Jane Browne be my whole and sole Rxecutrex of this my last Will and Testament revoking and annuling of all other Wills & Testaments before made by me. In witness whereof I have set my hand and Seale this 30th day of March 1698.

GEORGE TUNBRIDGE (SEALE)

Signed, Seed & Delivered in presence of us. Nathaniel Pope Morris Roberts

Westmoreland S S At a Court held for said County the 27th day of April 1698 The within will was proved by the oaths of Nathaniel Pope & Morris Roberts and Probate granted to Jane Browne, Executrix therein named, and the will ordered to be recorded, it is also ordered that the said Jane Browne do return a full and perfect Inventory of the said decedents estate to the next court upon oath.
Teste
James Westcomb C.W.C.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA, DEEDS, WILLS, PATENTS &c, VOLUME # 8-1 Page 175

D-1- Deed, Higdon et als to Washington

This Indenture made this eighth day of December in the twelfth year of the reign of our soverign Lord George King of Great Britain &c and in the year of our Lord Christ one thousand seven hundred & twenty five between Daniel Higdon, John Pope & Jane Pope all of the parish of Washington & County of Westmoreld of the one part and Augustine Washington of the other part: Witnesseth that the aforesaid Daniel Higdon, John Pope & Jane Pope for & in consideration of the sum of two hundred pounds of lawfull Money of Great Britain to them in hands paid at and before the ensealing & delivery of these presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged and thereof and therefrom they the sd Daniel Higdon, John Pope and Jane Pope do forever acquitt exonerate & discharge the said Augustine Washington his heirs exrs & admrs & every of them by these presents, hath given granted aliened bargained sold enfeoffed & confirmed and by these presents cloth fully clearly & absolutely give grant alien bargain sell enfeoff & confirm unto the said Augustine Washington & his heirs for-ever all that two hundred & fiftenn acres of land scituate lying & being on the south side of Potowmack river between Popes Creek & a small Creek commonly called Bridges Creek and is part of a Pattent first grant to Henry Brooks bearing date in the year of our Lord one thousand six hundred & fifty-seven, one hundred acres part of the aforesaid two hundred & fifteen acres was formerly Conveyed & made over by Brown and Jane his wife (which said Jane was one of the daughters & co-heirs of the aforesaid Henry Brooks) unto Doctor Gilbert Huband by deed bearing date the twenty eighth day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand six hundred & eighty eight and was by the said Huband reconveyed to the aforesd Brown and Jane his wife and their children by deed bearing date the twenty ninth day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand and six hundred & eighty eight and one hundred & fifteen acres the residue of the aforesaid two hundred & fifteen was by James Campbell & Jane his wife being the same Jane aforemenconed conveyed and made over unto Nathaniel Pope by deed bearing date the sixth day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred as by the sd deeds relacons being there to be had may more-fully & at large appear and is the same that the aforesaid Daniel Higdon one of the parties to these presents lately in the General Court of this Dominion and all houses and outhouses gardens Orchards fences woods underwoods (Sc other hereditaments to the aforesaid two hundred & fifteen acres of land belonging or in anywise appertaining and the revercon & revercons remainder & remainders thereof and all the estate title interest property claims & demands whatsoever that they the aforesaid Daniel Higdon, John Pope & Jane Pope now hath or ought to have of in or to the aforesd tw hundred & fifteen acres of land or any part or par-cell thereof To have and to hold the aforesaid two hundred & fifteen acres of land & premises with all & singular this appurtenances thereto belonging or in anywise appertaining unto him the sd Augustine Washington & his heirs to the only proper use & behoof of him the said Augustine Washington his heirs & assigns forever and they the said Danil Higdon John Pope & Jane Pope for themselves & their heirs. and for every other either of them doth covenant promise & agree to & with the aforesd Augustine Washington his heirs and assigns in Manirs following that is to say that he the said Augustine Washington his heirs & assigns shall from time to time forever here after peaceably & quietly have hold occupy possess & enjoy the aforesaid two hundred & fifteen acres of land with all & singular its hereditaments rights members & appurtenances whatsoever thereto belonging or in anywise appertaining without the lett trouble molestacon hindrances or eviccon of them the said Danl: Higdon Jno: Pope Jane Pope or any or either of them or any or either of their heirs and that they the sd Danl Higdon Jno: Pope & Jane Pope for themslves & their heirs the aforesaid two hundred & fifteen acres of land with all appurtenances unto the aforesaid Augustine Washington his heirs & assigns shall & will warrant and forever defend by these presents against the claim or claims of them the said Daniel Higdon, John Pope & Jane Pope or their or either of their heirs or any other person or persons whatsoever claiming by from or under them or any of them

In witness whereof the parties to these presents have interchangeably sett their hands & seals the day & year first above written
Daniel Higdon Mar: (seal) Sealed & delivered in the presence of j Pope (seal)
William Brown Jane Pope Mar: (seal) Peter Lewis
Daniel Mc. Queen
Memorandum
That Livery & Seizin was made and peaceable possession of the within mentioned lands houses & Premises was given by the within named Daniel Higdon, John Pope & Jane Pope to the within named Augustine Washington the day of the date of the within feoffment Man the 24th 1726 in the presence of Phillip Harrall Jane Pope Junr Mark

Westmorland ss

At a Court held for the said County the 29th day of June 1726 Daniel Higdon & John Pope personally acknowledged this deed by them & Jane Pope passed to Augustine Washington to be their proper act & deed together with allivery of seizen thereon endorsed which at the said Washington's instance is admitt to record. And Mary Higdon wife of the said Daniell personally relinquished her rights of dower & thirds in & to the lands conveyed

Teste
Tho: Sorrell Clu Comped

Recordatz Septimo dii July 1726 Pr Eundm Clericus

* Pat. of 1650 did not cover full acreage of Brooke, but that of 1654 was for full acreage.

VOLUME 8-1, Page 177 (December 8, 1725)

Know all men by these presents that we Daniell Higdon, John Pope and Jane Pope al of the parish of Washington & County of Westmoreland are held & firmly bound unto Augustine Washington of the same place Gentt in the penal sum of five hundred pounds of lawfull money of Great Britain to the payment whereof well and truly to be made unto the said Augustine Washington his heirs Exrs Admrs or assigns we bind ourselves & each & every of us and each & every of our heirs exrs & admrs joyntly and severally for the whole & in the whole firmly by these presents sealed 102, with our seals & dated this 8th day of December Anzio Dim: 1725.

Now the condicon of the above obligation is such that whereas the above bound Daniel Higdon, John Pope & Jane Pope have by certain Indentures bearing even date herewith bargained & sold unto the aforemanconed Augustine Washington his heirs & assigns two hundred & fifteen acres of land scituate lying & being in the parish & County aforesaid as by the said deeds relacon thereto being had may more fully and at large appear

Now the aforesaid Daniel Higdon, John Pope and Jane Pope & every of them & each & every of their heirs shall from time to time & at all times forever hereafter well & truly observe perform fulfill & keep all & sing-
ualr the covenants agreements articles & clauses in the said deeds containedon every of their parts to be performed & kept & execute the said deeds according to the true tenour & from thereof that then this obligacon to be void and of none effect otherwise to stand & remain in full force power & virtue
Daniel Higdon Mar: (Seal)
J Pope (Seal)
Jane Pope Mar: (Seal)

sealed & delivered in the presence of

William Brown Peter Lewis
Daniel Mc. Queen

Westmoreland ss:
At a Court held for the said County the 29th day of June 1726 Daniel Higdon & John Pope personally acknowledged this bond by them & Jane Pope to be passes to Augustine Washington Gentt to be their proper act & deed which at his instance is admitt to record

Teste
Tho: Sorrell Clu Comped

Recordatz 7 mo dii July 1726
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Early Virginia Immigrants, 1623 -1666 , Page 46
Brooke, Jane, 1650, by Henry Brooke, Northumberland Co.
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Mike

Depositions from Westmoreland County, Westmoreland Deeds and Wills 1753-1756, reprinted in William and Mary Quarterly, v. 10, p. No. 3 (Jan., 1902), pp. 175-177

25 November 1755 William Browne, of the colony of Virginia, age 70 or thereabouts, saith that he hath many times been informed in his youth by the ancient inhabitants of his neighborhood that a certain David WICKLIFFE together with Jane Brown who was this deponent's mother, about 100 years ago had been obliged to fly from the province of Maryland to this colony to avoid the violence of a Roman Catholic faction there or to recieve or be brought up in the Protestant religion here, and that they were at the time of their coming and landing at Mattox Creek (where they lived their whole lives) "infants of tender years." That David Wickliffe lived many years in sd. Mattox Neck and that he remembers often to have seen him and that it was curently reported that David had married a widow of one Nicholas by whom he had issue, David, Robert, and Deborah all with whom the deponent was well acquainted. The said Davd,the son, m. Elizabth Cullum, and had issue, Isaac his eldest son, who had issue David Wickliffe who is about 30 years of age. He saith that he hath many time heard that David Wickliffe the elder was the first male child born in the province of Maryland of Protestant parents
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CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS PATENT BOOK No. 2; Pg 193
HENRY BROOKE, 658 acs. Northumberland Co., 31 May 1650, p. 225. N. E. upon Potomeck Riv., S. E. upon a cr. dividing this from land of Nath. Pope, Gent., N. W. upon a a. dividing this from land of Hercules Bridges. Trans. of 13 pers: Henry Brooke, David Whitliff, Eman. Brooke, Jane Brooke, Jane Brooke, Robt. Whitliffe, Lydia Brooke, Alice Whitliffe. 
Brooke, Jane (I025474)
 
56381 Can not find marriage certificate. Family F00059
 
56382 can't be Mary Hanson. She was single at 1748 and Joseph Hanson did not die until 1785 so it is Mary Hanson that died before 1770 w/o Daniel Jenifer
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Robert Hanson 103.249 CH £96.7.10 Mar 7 1770 Aug 11 1770
Appraisers: Warren Dent, Richard Barnes.
Creditors: Robert Mundell for John Glassford, John Craig for John & James Jamieson.
Next of kin: Violetta Hanson, Mary Harrison.
Executor: Gerard Fowke
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Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 184. May 4, 1762 from Joseph Hanson Harrison of CC, Gent, to Joseph Wright of CC, for 56 shillings sterling and 500 lbs of tobacco and for divers other goad causes, part of a tract of land in CC called Joe Wrights Discovery, lying near a path that leads to a water mill belonging to sd Harrison, containing and lid out for about 50 acres. Signed
- Jo: H: Harrison. Wit - R Harrison*, Dan Jenifer*, Mary, the wife of sd Joseph Hanson Harrison, acknowledged the within deed. Recorded Sep 4, 1762.
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Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 339. "This indenture &c made the June day of April 1763 from Joseph Hanson Harrison and Mary, his wife, of CC, to Daniel Jenifer of CC, for 210 £ current inspection money, two tracts of land, both lying in CC, the first called Habber Debenture, lying near the head of Portobacco Cr, adjoining to a tract of land called Sympsons Delight by a deep branch, the land which formerly belonged to Job Conner, containing and laid out for about 150 acres, [as per] patent dated May 10, 1685- The other tract is called Hansons Plain, lying on the west side of Portobacco Cr about 1-1/2 miles from sd Cr, adjoining a tract of land called Saint Nicholls and another tract called Habber Debenture, the main road that leads from Portobacco to Piscataway, containing and laid out for about 75 acres, as may more fully appear by patent dated Mar 12, 1725. Signed - Jo: H: Harrison*, Mary Harrison*. Wit - Dan of St. Thos. Jenifer*, Geo. Dent*. The alienation fine was paid on Jul 26, 1763. Recorded Jul 2_, 1763.
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Charles County Land Records 1761-1765; Book L#3
Page 494. Jun 18, 1764 from Joseph Hanson Harrison of CC, to Robert Townshend Hooe of CC, for 80 £, a tract of land called The Land of Canaan, (which was formerly laid out for James Raly for 50 acres by the name of Cavin, but as sd Rayly died possessed thereof without heir and intestate, the same became escheat, and on petition of Joseph Hanson Harrison for a warrant of resurvey, it was granted on Mar 4, 1756, with the liberty of adding the contiguous vacancy, which, as appears by the certificate of survey thereof, was 50 acres, which, being added to the original, makes 100 acres, as by patent dated Sep 29, 1761 more fully appears), lying in CC, bounded by Thompkinsons Purchase, the line of a parcel of land called the Freehold, containing and laid out for about 100 acres. Signed - Jo: H: Harrison. Wit - Thos Stone*, Walter Hanson*. This deed was acknowledged by Joseph Hanson Harrison, and Mary, his wife. Recorded Jun 23, 1764.
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Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 408. Mortgage. May 27, 1768 from Joseph Hanson Harrison of CC, to Richard Harrison of CC, for 500 £ 7 tracts or parcels of land in Durham Parish in CC, viz, 2 parcels of a tract of land called Virlindas, being the remainder of the whole tract exclusive of what was formerly conveyed to William Gibson, sd remainder containing about 150 acres; also a tract of land called Amsterdam, patented for about 427 acres; also one other tract of land called Kings Evil, containing about 50 acres; also one other tract of land called Griffiss Folly, containing about 50 acres; also one other tract of land called Hudsons Disappointment, containing about 4 acres; also one other tract of land called Alexanders Chance, containing about 50 acres; and one other parcel of land, being part of a tract of land called Joe Wrights Discovery, which part contains about 85 acres. If, however, sd Joseph pays sd Richard by Aug 31, 1771, 600 £ with legal interest from today, then this sale shall be void. Signed - Jos. H. Harrison. Wit - Thos Stone*, John Dent*. Mary, the wife of sd Joseph Hanson Harrison, acknowledged this deed. Recorded May 28, 1768.
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Charles County Land Record Book S#3, 1770-1775; Page 440. Jun 1, 1773 from Joseph Hanson Harrison of CC, to Alexander Knox, ship master, for 400 £, a tract of land whereon sd Harrison dwells, called Miricks Chance, lying on the east side of Potowmack River in CC, the same being the land that was patented to William Miricks on Mar 25, 1724 for 150 acres, and which after several more conveyances, was sold by William Sisson to sd Harrison, by CC deed dated Feb 13, 1745. Also, a tract of land called Gailys Rest, except for about 22 acres which were taken away by an elder surveys and grants, which was granted to Thomas Gailey by the Lord Proprietor of Maryland, lying in CC at the NW bound tree of land called Lands land, laid out and patented for 100 acres. Galleys Rest was purchased by sd Harrison from Thomas Wright and John Wright by their separate CC deeds dated Apr 13, 1763 and Nov 16, 1769. Signed - Jo: H. Harrison. Wit - Dan Jenifer*, G.R. Brown*. Mary, the wife of sd Joseph Hanson Harrison, acknowledged this deed. Recorded Jun 30, 1773.
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Charles County Land Record Book S#3, 1770-1775; Page 516. Instrument of Writing. I, Joseph Hanson Harrison of Durham Parish in CC, for 214 £ 15 shillings to me paid by Robert Townshend Hooe of Portobacco in CC, merchant, and Robert Hanson Harrison of the Town of Alexandria in Virginia, Attorney at Law, I sell to sd Robert Townshend Hooe and Robert Hanson Harrison, the following 5 slaves,
viz, Pompey, a Negro man, Fender, a Negro woman, aged about 31 years, Milly, a Negro girl aged about 10 years, Henny, a Negro girl about age 8, and Flora, age 6, all children of Fender. Signed Feb 7, 1774 - Joseph Hanson Harrison. Wit - Robert Harrison, Daniel Jenifer*.
CC. We, Robert Townshend Hooe & Robert Hanson Harrison, hereby declare that we hold the within mentioned slaves in trust for the sole use of Mrs. Mary Harrison, wife of Joseph Hanson Harrison, during her life, and after her death, to be divided among with any increase they may have between her 2 daughters, Mary and Dorathy Harrison, in case they shall be there living, or to be delivered to the survivor of them if one shall be dead without issue, but if the decd one shall leave issue then living, then to be divided between such surviving daughter the issue of the decd one, we having purchased the slaves afd with money paid to us for the benefit of sd Mary Harrison & her 2 daughters afd. Signed - Robert Townshend Hooe, Robert Hanson Harrison. Wit - Robert Harrison, Daniel Jenifer*. Recorded Feb 12, 1774.
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 322-148: HABERDEVENTURE: 150 acres; Possession of - 150 Acres - Barefoot, John: Surveyed 16 Mar 1682 for Thomas Barefoot near the head of Port Tobacco Creek adjoining to the land called SIMPSONS DELIGHT. Poss by John Barefoot son of said Thomas Barefoot: Other Tracts Mentioned: SIMPSONS DELIGHT; ; ; Conveyance notes - 150 Acres - John Lambert from John Barefoot; 4 Mary 1708, 150 Acres - Robert Hanson from John Lambert; 10 Jun 1724,,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 403-173: HANSONS PLAIN: 75 acres; Possession of - 75 Acres - Hanson, Robert: Surveyed for Samuel Hanson 11 Feb 1723 lying on the West side of Port Tobacco Creek about a mile and half from the head of the said creek adjoining to a tract of land called ST. NICHOLAS and one other tract called HABERDEVENTURE originally patented for John Barefoot beginning at a bound White Oak: Other Tracts Mentioned: HABERDEVENTURE; ST. NICHOLAS; ; Conveyance notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.},
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 399-139: MERRICKS CHANCE: 150 acres; Possession of - 150 Acres - See Notes: : Surveyed 26 Aug 1720 for William Merrick on the East side Potomac River beginning at a bounded gum.: Conveyance notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, 115 Acres - William Sisson from Joseph Milbourne Simmes; 9 Nov 1743, 115 Acres - Hanson (sp?) Harrison from William Sisson; 13 July 1745,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Riverside: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 345-19: GALLEYS VENTURE: 200 acres; Possession of - 200 Acres - Wright, Thomas: Surveyed 19 July 1666 for Thomas Galley beginning at a bound oak the bound tree of John Tomkinsons land called CHESHIRES THICKETT: Other Tracts Mentioned: CHESHIRES THICKETT;
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Riverside: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 347-30: GALLEYS REST: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - None: Surveyed 20 April 1670 for Thomas Galley at the N.W. Tree of Philip Land, land on the North side Potomac river; said to be in GALLEYS VENTURE: Other Tracts Mentioned: PHILLIPS LAND; GALLEYS VENTURE; ; Conveyance notes - said to be in GALLEYS VENTURE, 
Harrison, Mary MNU (I048052)
 
56383 Cannot prove connection to Robert Snow who married Elenor "Nellie"
Butts (Botts?) buried at Frogtown Rd near Union/Walton. However, many surnames associated with Robert Snow's family also appear with William Snow's family.
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Jeff Tingle jwtingle@aol.com 2004-04-08
Boone County Cemetery Records also show a son Robert. Inscription reads: Robert/Son of R. & E. Snow/Died April 12, 1827/Aged 3 yrs. 5 mos. 8 ds. Robert is buried in the same cemetery off of Frogtown Road as are Robert, Ellen and Columbus. 
Snow, Robert (I005788)
 
56384 cant get dates to match up to get Son thomas born 1722
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Rian, Ellenor, St Mary's Co.,12th Apr., 1735; 20th May, 1735.
To goddaus. Susanah Grigges, Frances Norey, Sarah Dorsey, Mary Noovney, godson Francis Garrey and the Rev. Thomas Garret, personalty.
Ex.: William Harrison.
Test: Anthony Smith, Charles Smith 21.358.
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Elinor Ryon 21.207 SM £19.4.9 May 26 1735 Oct 27 1735
Appraisers: Absolam Tennison, Jonathon Bissco.
Creditors: Daniell Norris, Mary Mullen.
Administrator/Executor: William Harrison.
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Elianor Ryan18.117 A SM £19.4.2 £3.5.1 Mar 3 1740
The amount of the accounts also included #348.
Received from: James Waughop, Joseph Kirk, Daniel Clocker, Robert Raley.
Payments to: Joseph Kirk, Patrick Burne, Daniel Norris, Richard Barnhouse.
Executor: William Harrison.
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Will of Henry O'Neale, SMC, 3/22/1721-4/4/1721.
To: George Thorold, personalty.
Brother: Arthur, 1 shilling in satisfaction of claim against estate of his brother, Henry.
Cousin: Catherine Biscoe, 1 shilling in satisfaction of claim against estate of testator.
Wife: Eleanor, Exec. and residuary legatee.
Wit: William Harrison, William Lord, Daniel Norris.
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Henry ONeall 5.149 SM £19.3.4 May 11 1721 Jun 30 1721
Appraisers: William Lord, Daniell Hall.
Creditors: John Lake.
Approvers: Robert Robson.
Administratrix: Ellenor ONeal.
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Henry Oneale 4.287 A SM £19.3.4 £26.11.5 Aug 13 1722
Received from: John Hening.
Payments to: John Leake, George Thurrold, John Baker, Esq. Thomas Bordley, Col. Greenfield, Thomas Cooper.
Executrix: Elinor Ryon, wife of Thomas Ryon. 
Ebernathy, Eleanor (I020607)
 
56385 Cap.t Thomas Besson aged 58 years Sworn ...
Set their hands & Seals this 10.th march 1674
Chancery Court Proceedings, 1675
http://aomol.net/megafile/msa/speccol/sc2900/sc2908/000001/000051/html/am5 1--155.html


http://home.netcom.com/~fzsaund/besson.html

Thomas BESSON immigrated to Anne Arundel Co., MD where he demanded 600 acres "for transporting himself and family" in 1649 into the province and since that time 3 servants Thomas Jones, Robert Sawly, Alecia Crowder. He received a patent on the 450 acre tract Bessenden that was stated as transportation of "himself, Ann his wife Thomas and Ann his Children and Edwd Cox his Servant

https://archive.org/stream/DescendantsOfCapt.ThomasBensonbessonOfAnneArund elCountyMaryland/BENSON_djvu.txt
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Besson, Thomas, Sr., South River, A. A. Co., 15th Oct 1677; 29th Apr., 1679.
To son John and hrs., land adjoining son Nicholas Gassaway's.
To son William and hrs., land at Little Neeke.
To Thomas, the younger, and hrs., land on branch of Little Necke.
To dau. Martha and hrs., personalty.
Wife Hester, execx. and residuary legatee together with child. afsd.
Overseer: Son Thomas, the elder.
Test : Edward Burgess, Robt. Ward, Jno. Greene. 10. 42.
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Thomas Beason the elder 6.105 I AA #16296 Apr 29 1679
Appraisers: Richard Tidings (also Richard Tidings ), James Sanders.
List of debts: Edward Piles, Edward Rawlings, Anne Cove---, John Gressam, Edmond Purdy. Nicholas Aldridge.
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Thomas Besson 7A.125 A AA #16286 #10498 May 31 1680
List of debts: Mr. John Gresham, Edmond Purdew, Ann Covell.
Payments to: Capt. Nicholas Gassaway, Edward Selby, William Surges, John Graffum, John Gray, John Freckleton, Nicholas Aldridge, Christopher Foster, Mr. John Welch, Mr. Henry Hanslap, Mr. math. Heathcott, John Larkin, James Finly, John Beeson.
Mentions: Martha Aldridge.
Executrix: Hester Sutton, wife of Thomas Sutton. (Hester is very aged.)
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http://mariepool.tripod.com/stories/id52.html

In the Name of God Amen the 15th day of Octobr 1677 In the 46th yeare of the dominion of Caecilius x--. I Thomas Besson the Elder of South River in Ann Arrundell County being sick & weake in body but of sound & perfect memory praise be given to god the same and knowing the uncertainty of this life on Earth & being desirous to settle things in order doe make this my last will & testamt in manner & forme following. That is to say first & principally I commend [my] soule to Almighty god my Creator hopeing for full pardon & Remission of all my Sinns & [be] saved by the pretious blood death & merritts of Jesus Christ my Savior & Redeemer & my body to the earth from whence it was taken to be buried in such decent & Christian manner as my Exx hereafter named shall be thought [in margin] & convenient And as touching such worldly Estates as the Lord in mercy hath sent me my will & meaning is the same shall be Imployed and bestowed as hereafter by this my will is Expressed & first I doe Renounce fully? & make voyd all wills by me formerly made a[nd] declare & Appointe this my last will & testam[ent].
I give & bequeath unto my Sonne John Besson to him & his heires for ever that parcell of Lande Adjoyning to my Sonne Nicholas Gassaway but if my said Sonne dye before he Comes to age then the said Land to goe to the next heire.
Item I give & bequeath unto my Sonne William Besson to him & his heires for ever that parcell of Land betwixt my Sonne John Besson lands & the Little Necke, but if my said Sonne dye before he Comes to Age then the said Land to goe to the next heire. Item I give & bequeath unto my Sonne Thomas Besson the younger sonne to him & his heires for ever all the Land between David Steward Line & the branch of the little Necke, but if in Case he the said Sonne Thomas Besson dyes before he Comes of age then the said Land to goe to the next heire.
Item I give & bequeath unto my daughter Martha to her & her heires for ever the young mare Nobsye Coult with all her Increase but if in Case the heifer Eareling which was came? in the yeare 1676 with all her Increase but if in Case she my said daughter dyes before she Comes to Age to fall to the next heire.
Item my will is that my Loving wife Hester Besson shall have the use of the Plantacon I now Live on either to build & Cleare what she shall have Occasion for during her life.
Item all my Rest of my Estate my Just debts being first satisfyed I give and Bequeath unto my Loving wife Hester Besson & my Children above menconed to be Equally devided between them. Item my will is that Every & Each of my children aforesaid shall have an Equall benefitt share & priviledge in the Orchard which is on the Plant. I now live on & the fruite which shall yearly Produce for five yeares after they Come to full age Provided they see that theire be a sufficient Fence Keepe aboute the said Orchard during the said time.
Item I Constitute & Appointe by Loving wife Hester Besson to be the sole & whole Exx of this my last will & testament my Loving sonne Thomas Besson the Elder Overseer of my sole estate In Witness whereof I have hereunto sett my hand & seale the day & yeare first above writtn. Signed sealed In the Presence of Tho Besson Sealed Edward Burges his Robert X Ward marke John Greene April 29 1679 This day Came before me Edward Burgess Robert Ward John Greene the Witnesses of the a foregoing Will & Oath did make that they did see the aforesaid Will by the testator signed sealed & delivered & declared to be his last Will & testament William Burges
Thomas Besson’s will was proved 29 Apr 1679 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland.
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Brewer, Eliza:, 6th Mch6, 1667; 22nd May, 1668.
To son John, dau. Rachel and Amos Peirpont, personalty.
To son William, land on South River.
Will provides that 640 A. on Wye River be sold for education of 3 child.
Overseers : Edward Selby, Nath. Heathcote, Henry Peirpont.
Test : Michaell Pope, John Porter, Thos. Besson. 1. 312.
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Allenby, Phillip, A. A. Co., 12th Oct., 1664; 3d Aug., 1666.
To wife Jane and dau. Joyce Allenby of Cumberland Co., Eng., 1/2 estate, real and personal, in equal portions.
Nath. Heathcote, ex. and residuary legatee.
Test : Thos. Besson, Jon. Hopkinson. 1. 263.
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Stockett, Thomas, Anne Arundel County, 23rd Apr., 1671; 4th May, 1671.
To wife Mary, entire estate, real and personal, during life.
To son Thomas and unborn child, if son, all real estate at death of wife afsd. To daus. (unnamed) all personal property at death of said wife.
To cous. Henry White, personalty.
Exs.: Brothers Francis and Henry Stockett and Richard Wells.
Test: Thos. Beson, Jr., Thos. Hedge. 1. 430.
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Thomas Stocket 2.294 A AA #32986 #32986 1676
Cites rent on land in Baltimore.
List of accounts: Capt. Thomas Beeson, Esq. Chew, the Leany, James White, Richard Tydings, Mr. Glooper, William Crosse, Richard Cheincy, the Chancellor Robert Goldsbery, Mr. Francklin, William Sinick, Thomas Morris, Thomas Parsons, Abraham Birkhead, Mr, Thomas Taylor, Mr. John Welsh, Thomas Linthicum, Benjamin Wells, Mr. Yates, Mr. Maynard, Charles Seven, Henry Bennett, David Stewart, Thomas Besson, Jr., John Watkins, John Gray, Mr. Jenifer, John Larkin, Richard Snowden, Patrick Hall, William Mitchell, Nathaniell Smith, Henry Archer, Mr. Robert Willson, Henry Beedle for his predecessors, William Toulson, George Symons, James Hunter, Francis Smith, Leonard Weyman, Anthony Gongo, Henry Woolchurch, Dr. Henry Lewis, Henry Ridgely, Nathaniell Dolton, John Giles, John Browne, Sr. of New England, Patrick Hall, George Paskall, John Grange, James Frizell, Robert Goldsbery, William Jones, Oliver Hollaway, William Harry, William Russell, Thomas Chandler, Marin du Vall, John Shaw, Thomas Hooker, Anthony Demondidue, Thomas Daborne, William Leaver, Micall Offley, widdow Gardiner, William Roper, Mr. Pawson, Alexander Humphrey, Robert Proctor, Richard Davor, Ralph Hawkins, Henry Hall, Dr. Samuell Lane, Thomas Morris, Thomas Bucknam, Robert Goodwin, James Connaway, William Mitchell, John Crosse, Edward Selby, John Macubin, Samuell Rimiger, John Barnwell, Mr. Francis Holland, William Richardson, Capt. William Burgesse, Mr. Owens, Mr. Richard Ewans, John Hawkins, Nicholas Gazaway, Dr. Jones, Mr. Nathaniel' Heathcote, John Hillen, William Jones, Mr, Robert Ridgely, Matthew Selly, Richard Deavor, Robert Dauvers, Mr. Robert Carvile, Thomas Pratt, Nathaniel Smith, John Champ, Abell Browne, Mr. Thomas Hedge, Anthony Holland, Mr. John Welsh, Mr. Edward Maynard, Martin Sheppard, John Watkins, Henry White, Esq. Calvert, Marke Cordea, Nicholas Waterman, Mr. Christopher Rowsby, Mr, David Poole, Richard Keene, John Mercer, John Beaman, Mr. Daniell Jenifer, Richard Arnold, John Gunns.
Executors: Francis Stocket (also Francis Stockett, gentleman), Henry Stocket
(also Henry Stockett, gentleman).
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Nicholas Lambe 15.275 I AA May 17 1697
Appraisers: Mr. Thomas Beeson Mr. William Foreman.
List of debts: John Kendall, Mr. Thomas Beeson.
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CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS PATENT BOOK No. 1 Part II; Pg 97
ROBERT FREEMAN, Merchant, 700 acs. in Chichahominy Riv., James Citty Co., 11 Sept. 1638, p. 597. S. W. upon sd. river, into the woods N. E., beg. where land of Francis Barrett ends. Due for trans. of 14 pers: John Moore, Wm. Rebell, Robert Drewry, Robert Haywood, Jon. Markedon, Jerimiah Slye, Robert Selbee, Math. Dixon, Tho. Moore, Georg Whitaker, William Charles, John Chappell, Tho. Besson, John Pricker.
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CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS PATENT BOOK No. 1 Part II; Pg 118
THOMAS STEGG, Merchant, 1,000 acs. Chas. City Co., ... 18th, 1640, page 694. Being a neck of land between the old mans Cr. & Queens Cr. on the Sly. side, etc. 200 acs. being formerly granted unto Thomas Wheeler & later assigned unto Patrick Kannaday, Mariner, by James Turner & Thomas Harris, assignees & attorneys of sd. Wheeler, & by Kannaday to Stegg. Due by order of court dated Oct. 15, 1640 & for trans. of 8 pers: Richard How, Richard James, Thomas Robinson, John Gulton, Silvester Ward, Tho. Bessen, (or Beffen), Tho. Oliver, Richard Ricroft, Rich. Haslewood, Georg Potteete, Tho. Pattman, Nich. Woofed, Willi. PaneII, Humphry Chapman, Rowland Demson, Tho. Penton. 
Besson, Thomas (I068983)
 
56386 Capt. 7th Maryland Regt, American Revolutionary War

He distinguised himself in the Revolution. He was beside deKalb when he fell in the Battle of Camden. At the siege of '96, Kosciusko served with and under him.
"The noble conduct of this brave Pole was the theme of his praise and admiration through life" [Lantz]


Children of William LAMAR and Margaret Sarah WORTHINGTON are:

i. John LAMAR was born 4 FEB 1785.

ii. Sarah LAMAR was born 17 JUN 1789, and died AFT. 18 MAR 1839 in Alleghany County, Maryland.

iii. Louisa LAMAR was born 30 AUG 1789, and died 19 MAR 1843. She married Frisby TILGHMAN 23 SEP 1819 in Allegany County, Maryland, son of James TILGHMAN and Susanna STEUART. He was born 4 AUG 1773 in Washington, and died 14 APR 1847.

iv. William Lynch LAMAR was born 24 APR 1793, and died in Evitts Creek, Maryland. He married Maria Annapler BRISCOE 20 APR 1819 in Allegany County, Maryland, daughter of Hanson BRISCOE.

v. Mary LAMAR was born 18 JUL 1794, and died 12 JAN 1862. She married Michael Cresap SPRIGG
27 APR 1815 in Allegany County, Maryland. He was born 1 JUL 1791, and died 18 DEC 1845.

vi. Richard LAMAR was born 7 AUG 1796, and died AFT. 2 MAR 1841.

vii. Thomas LAMAR was born 10 OCT 1798.

viii. Anne Eliza LAMAR was born 3 JAN 1800. She married George TILGHMAN 21 DEC 1819 in Allegany County, Maryland, son of Frisby TILGHMAN and Anna Maria RINGGOLD. He was born 11 MAY 1797, and died 25 AUG 1831.

ix. Mareen LAMAR was born 8 AUG 1802.

x. Hamilton LAMAR was born ABT. 1803.

xi. Worthington LAMAR was born ABT. 1804.
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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

WILLIAM LAMAR
ALLEGHANY COUNTY
CAPTAIN
7TH REGIMENT
MARYLAND LINE
$480.00 ANNUAL ALLOWANCE
$4,320.00 AMOUNT RECEIVED
AUGUST 6, 1828 PENSION STARTED
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Prince George's County MD Will Book Liber T No. #1; 1803-1808;
Folio 640 RICHARD LAMAR, Sr. 04/08/1807 05/15/1807
"Being Sick and weak in Body ..."
Bequeaths to:
1. William Lamar --nephew (son of Robert Lamar)
Jacob Lamar --nephew (son of John Lamar)
-to have testator's plantation whereon testator now dwells called "Riley's Discovery" cont 145 acres to be divided equally between them and William to have the northeast part where testator's dwelling house now stands and Jacob to havc the south east part adjoining the lands of Ann Clark
2. Riehard Lamar , Jr. --nephew
-named executor of the will
Witnesses: John B. Bowie
Dennis Boyd
Wiseman G. Keadee
Then came: John B. Bowie
Note: the testator signed the will in his own hand
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1784-1785; Liber FF 2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 412. At the request of Thomas Duckett the following Conveyance was recorded September 9, 1785
I Samuel Tyler am held and firmly bound unto Thomas Duckett in sum of 1000 pounds specie this May 10, 1785; Whereas Thomas Duckett and Samuel Tyler did on November 29, 1783 purchase of William Lamar part of a tract called "Howertons Range" late the property of his grandmother Mrs. Susanna Lamar, deceased adjoining the lands now in possession of said Duckett and Tyler which land was conveyed by William Lamar unto Thomas Duckett and out of which it was agreed that Tyler should have 40 acres conveyed by Thomas Duckett but it being found more advantageous to the parties it was after agreed that Thomas Duckett should include part of the land which he purchased of Samuel Pottinger and Robert Pottinger so as to make up the aforesaid quantity of 40 acres reference being had to the deed of conveyance this day made. And whereas it apprehended that Thomas Lamar a subject to the King of Great Britain and eldest son of the aforesaid Susannah Lamar, deceased may claim the land of the aforesaid William Lamar. Now the condition of the above obligation is such that if Thomas Lamarr or any other person whatsoever should hereafter claim the possession of the lands by of the aforesaid William Lamar that if they are upon the said Samuel Tyler do immediately and without compulsion reconvey unto Thomas Duckett by good and sufficient deed all that land as before mentioned to be taken out of the said Thomas Duckett's land bought of Samuel Pottinger and Robert Pottinger to make up the quantity of 40 acres and beginning at a stone now planted in the line between Thomas Duckett and Jacob Green and bounded by "Parrots Thickett", the dividing line between Lamar's land and Pottinger's land and the division line now made between Thomas Duckett and Samuel Tyler. Signed Samuel Tyler in the presence of James Mullikin, Thomas Boyd  
Lamar, William (I007852)
 
56387 Capt. Blackmore in 1780 Blackmore, Unknown (I115051)
 
56388 Capt. Charles Griffith lived in Middle Neck Hundred, on the north side of South River, about 6 miles from Annapolis. He was a vestryman of St. Ann's Parish in 1737, 1738, 1739, 1744, 1745, 1746, 1750, 1758, 1759, and 1760
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GRIFFITH, Charles, Anne Arundel Co. 4 Oct, 1767; 17 Oct, 1771
To children: William, Charles, Mary White, John, Catherine Worthington.
Son in law Nicholas Worthington, husband of dau. Catherine and their children
Granddaus. Catherine & Elizabeth Worthington.
Granddau. Catherine dau. of son Wm.
Grandsons Charles & John Griffith Worthington.
To Grandson Charles Griffith son of son William.
Tracts: Richardsons Joy, "Narrow Neck," Hickory Neck," Orphans' Inheritance, Norwood's Fancy, "Jones' Inheritance," Griffith's Lott, Island in Severn River.
Exs. son John and son in law Nicholas Worthington.
Wit: Thomas Hyde, William Wilkins, Joshua Frazier. 38. 380
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Charles Griffith 6.321 D AA £2085.0.5 Mar 26 1774
Sureties: T. B. Worthington, B. Lusby.
Legatees: William Griffith, Charles Griffith, John Griffith, Catharine Worthington, Elisabeth Worthington (granddaughter), Mary White, Catharine Worthington (granddaughter).
Mentions: legacies to Elisabeth and Catharine Worthington kept in hands of Nicholas Worthington, their natural guardian.
Residue to 4 parts (equally): Charles Griffith, Mary White, John Griffith, Charles Worthington.
Executors: John Griffith, Nicholas Worthington.
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From: Happy Texan [mailto:ldavis@consolidated dot net]
Sent: Friday, May 13, 2005 9:03 PM
To: MD-FRED-GEN-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: Re: [MDFred] WM GRIFFITH OF Anne Arundel County, Maryland

Elise Greenup Jourdan has some mis-information in some of her books. She 'assigned' a wife, Priscilla, to this William. The William who married Priscilla was the son of Charles Griffith (Charles was a brother of Capt. William), not the son of Capt. William Griffith.
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Jacob Marcer 21.288 A AA £63.12.6 Jun 12 1745
Received from: William Ashley.
Payments to: wife of accountant, 2 children: John Mercer, John Sevens who married a daughter (unnamed).
Executrix: Mary Marcer (now dead), who married Mr. Charles Griffith 
Griffith, Charles (I017374)
 
56389 Capt. George Reade 1.54 A CA #62518 Jul 28 1674
Inventory appraised by: John Gittins, William Innis, John Bogue, Andrew Robinson.
Payments to: Petranilla Chiners, Dr. Hansby. Capt. Coibreath, Richard Bayley, Richard Smith (administrator of Thomas Wilde), Andrew Cooke, Henry Keene, William Berry, John Six, Thomas Sprigg (attorney to Thomas Montfort), orphans of Robert Taylor (administrator of John Danell), Thomas Paget, Dr. Paine, Mr. Pollard, Mr. Smith, Mr. John Gittings, James Mullikin, James Thompson, William Innis, Andrew Robinson, William Muffett, Mr. Meres.
Administratrix: Joane Tyler (relict). 
Mullikin, James (I091557)
 
56390 Capt. Henery Handslap d. 30 Sep 1698 and bur. 3 Oct 1698 in the parish church
yard.
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Hanslap, Henry, A. A. County, -- --- 1697; 23rd Oct., 1698.
To wife Eliza:, extx., dwelling plantation, 500 A., "Doden," in right of dower, during life.
To only son Joseph and hrs., sd. estate at death of his mother and 100 A., part of "Hickory Hills."
To dau Susanna and hrs., 400 A., "Ayne," on e. side Patux-ent R.
To grandson Samuel Batty and hrs., 300 A., "Hanslap's Adventure," on n. side Anne Arundel R., alias Severn R. In event of his death without issue to pass to grandson Henry Chew and hrs.
To dau. Eliza:, now wife of Joseph Chew, personalty, having already advanced her money at the time of her first marriage.
To son-in-law Benjamin Wells, husband of dec'd dau. Frances, personalty.
To the church of All Hallows Parish and to the poor thereof, personalty.
Wife Eliza: residuary legatee together with son Joseph and dau. Susanna afsd.
Test: Jno. Gressam, Edward Burges, Stephen Warman, Robt. Hopper. 6. 163.
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Henry Hanslap 17.149 I AA £207.11.8 Jan 26 1698
Appraisers: James Saunders, John Gressam.
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Henry Hanslap 21.157 A AA £207.11.8 £34.8.9 Nov 23 1701
A second inventory was cited in the amount of £251.2.10.
Payments to: John Ford, Dr. Mordecai Moore, Capt. Humphrey, Katharine Burgess, Benjamin Duford, Mary Hopper, William Taylard.
Legatees: wife (unnamed) of Joseph Cheres, the poor.
Executrix: Elisabeth Hanslap.
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Henry Hanslap 21.158 A AA {Nov 23 1701}
Amounts due in England.
Appraisers: Mr. James Saunders, Mr. John Gresham.
Payments to: Mr. Perry & Co., Capt, Wilde, Mr. Paggen, Samuell Harwood, Jos. Burton, Richard Harrison.
Administratrix/Executrix: Elisabeth Hanslap
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Hanson, William, A. A. Co., 9th Sept., 1680 ; 26th Nov., 1680.
To Eliza:, dau. of Rebecca, servant of Thomas Besson, Sr., and Eliza:, wife of Thomas Daniell, personalty.
Henry Hanslip, ex. and residuary legatee.
Test : Thos. Daniell, Wm. Rideings, Philip Dennis. 2. 124.
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William Hanson 8.261 B AA #3660 #4119 Oct 13 1682
Payments to: Francis Stockett, Capt. Nicholas Gassaway, Maren Duvall.
Legatees: Elisabeth Daniell.
Executor: Henry Hanslip. 4. 217.
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Welsh, John, A. A. Co., xxxx; 3rd Mch., 1683.
To eld. son Sylvester and son John and hrs., plantation on South River equally, at 21 yrs. of age.
To 3rd son Benjamin, plantation on Herring Ck.
To 4 daus., viz: Mary, Eliza:, Sarah and Damaris and hrs., 1000 A. in Balt°. Co. at 16 yrs. of age.
To unborn child, " Preston 's Inlargement;" in event of death of sd. child to pass to eld, son Sylvester.
To wife Mary, exeex., personalty.
Overseers: Henry Welsh, Edward Dawson, Edward Talbott.
Test: Henry Hanslap, Hanslap, Woolfran Hunt, Samuel Warner. 4. 35.
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John Welsh (gentleman) 8.391 I AA £415.18.0 Jun 16 1684
The inventory also included #25631.
Servants mentioned: Richard Leach, Richard Fisher, John Simons, John Gough (boy), Jean Cooke, Sarah Smith.
Appraisers: Nicholas Gassaway, Henry Hanslap.
List of debts: William Watson, Frances Butler, John Thornbury , William Beetenson & Henry Ridgly & Philip Howard, John Spincer, Jeane Nailor, John Hawkins, George Cape, Robert Beck, Michaell Miller & John Baker, Abell Hill, Thomas Knighton, Thomas Gillock, Henry Welsh, John Radford, Edward Cotter, Wolfram Hunt, John Finly, John Watkins, James Cranford, George Yates, John Ashby, Samuell Chew.
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Wheeler, John, A. A. County, 21st Nov., 1684; 13th Dec., 1684.
To son John, ex., home plantation and 100 A., "Timber Neck" on South Rv A. A. Co.; also 200 A., "Wheeler's Lot" on Magothy R.
To Richard and Matthew, sons of Richard Beard, sd. lands in turn in event of death of son John without issue.
To wife Christian, personalty.
To John Belt and the Protestant Church of South R., personalty.
Test: Henry Hanslap, Richd. Beard, Robt. Wade, Jno. Skinner, Saml. Gray. 4. 170.
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John Wheeler 8.448 I AA £61.7.0 Dec 20 1684
Servants mentioned: Jane Anderson.
Appraisers: Maron Duvall, Walter Phelps.
List of debts: William Farmer, John Huberdine, Richard Beard, Nicholas Aldridg, Henry Hanslap.
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Bennett, Henry, A. A. Co., 3rd Mch., 1684; 8th June 1686.
To Mary Bennitt, infant living with testator entire estate, real and personal, including dwelling plantation "Trent," except following bequests, viz:
To Katharine Russell, infant living with testator 50 A. and certain personalty.
To Frances Russell, mother of afsd., and Henry Hanslapp, personalty.
Ex. Col. Thomas Tailor.
Test : Henry Hanslapp, Elizabeth Hanslapp, Thos. Sheppard, Thomas Morsel!. 4. 217.
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Burgess, William, South R., A. A. County, 11th July, 1685; 19th Feb., 1686-7.
To son Edward, personalty conditionally; and to William and Eliza:, child. of sd. Edward,
to dau. Susanna, wife of Maj. Nicholas Sewell, and to grandchild., Charles and Jeanne Sewell, personalty.
To son George, personalty.
To son William at 21 yrs. of age, and hrs., plantation on South 33., 800 A., and containing the "Town of London;" also 480 A., "Betty's Choice," in Baltimore Co.
To son John at 21 yrs. of age, and hrs., "Morley's Lot," "Bednall Green," "Benjamin's Choice" and "Benjamin's Addition," 800 A., on Herring Ck.
To son Joseph at 21 yrs. of age, and hrs., "West Puddington," "Beard's Habitation," 1,300 A., on South B.
To son Benjamin at 21 yrs of age, and hrs., "Bessesston," nr. the Ridge, 300 A., and "Burgess' Choice," 400 A., on South R.
To son Charles at 21 yrs. of age, and hrs., 1,600 A. at hd. of Sassafras R., Cecil County, and 500 A. on Susquehannock R., Baltimore Co.
In event of death of any of afsd. 5 sons without issue, their share to pass to eld. survivor and hrs.
To daus. Eliza:, Anne and Susanna Burgess, personalty at 16 yrs. of age or marriage.
Wife Ursula, extx. and residuary legatee of estate, real and personal, in MD. and Eng., and to have care of sons and daus. afsd. during minority.
Overseers: Maj. Nich. Sewell, Maj. Nich. Gassaway, Capt. Henry Hanslap.
Test: Thos. Frances, Michael Cusack, Jno. Harison, Wm. Elvidge, Jno. Edwards. 4. 242.
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William Burges, Esq. 18.89 I AA Oct 11 1687
Appraisers: Thomas Knighton, Maren Devall, Henry Ridgley.
List of debts: Maj. Nicholas Sewell, Col. Vincent Lowe, Elisabeth Larkins, Francis Downea, Madam Calvert, Robert Proctor, Nicholas Nichollson, George Burges, Col. Edward Pye, John Merriton, Gerrard Vansweringain, Job Evans, Maj. Peter Sawyer, Benjamin Lawrence, Philip Lynes, Henry Linch, Capt. Thomas Everard, Capt. Hune, James Neale, George Cornish (merchant) at London, Dr. Benjamin Arnatt, Henry Exon, Joseph Storey, John Longman, Thomas Ivery, John Stone, Capt. Jonathon Francis, George Parker, John Spicer (gentleman) of London, Charles Willmare, Jacob Delahay, Chr. Mettley, William Bison, Thomas Hollandworth, George Yates, Benjamin Caple, Merren Duvall, John Fairbrother, John Harberdine, James Lewis, Leonard Wayman, Walter Phelps, John Howard, Sr., Thomas Button, Robert Wade, John Jacobs, John Simpson, John Lineam, Robert Wade, John Walters, Richard Gott, Mark Richardson, John Willobey, William Yeildhall, Robert Conant, Robert Lockwood, Peter Impey, Thomas Hooker, Chr. Moate, Wolfran Hunt, Anthony Holland, John Brewer, Madam Jane Calvert, Richard Cheney, Sr., Mathias Haws, Alexander Macfarland, Col. Pye, John Gyles, William Jamas, James Powell, Thomas Pratt, John Nichollson, Edward Burges, Walter Carr, Card Hopkins, Mathew Hawkina, Richard Cheney, Jr., lawrence Draper, John Gressam, Thomas Guillock, Thomas Lunn, Richard Beard, Joseph Nailer, Province of Maryland, Henry Bonner, Thomas Pattison, George Ogg, John Gray, John Robinson, Robert Gott, James Maxfeild, Thomas Edwards, John Larkin, Thomas Standbank, Nicholas Aldridge, Dr. Moore, Abraham Childe, Henry Welch, William Elvn (?), John Harris, Henry Hanslap, Margarett Holland, John Heatchoct, Austin Hawkins, Ma-knew El list on, John Hawkins, Col. Darnall, Wharles Whitehead, James Stafford, John Smith, Sr., Robert Cover, chr. Tully, Thomas Hedge, John Purdey, John Talbot, Jacob Hooker, John Martin, Samuell Garland, Richard Royston, John Seiffin, Chr. Foster, Peter Barnett, Samuell Withers, John Morgan, Samuell Gray, James Mills, William Harris, John Griffin, Robert Watts, George Parker, Richard Webb, John Guile, John Spencer, Mathew Jones, John Brookes, John Stone, Francis Sandry, John Fletcher, Chr. Bayley, Robert Hooper.
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Brashas, John, (nunc.), A. A. Co., 5th Oct., 1694 ; 6th Oct., 1694.
To Alice Bishop, entire estate.
Test: Henry Hanslap, Eliza: Daniell, Benj. Duf or. 7. 41.
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William Burges, Esq. 18.108 A £2198.8.5 Mar 30 1698
The amount of the inventory also included #447169.
Payments to: Col. Taylor, Col. Elliott, John Larkin, widow Parker, Job Evans, Robert Carvile, Kenelm Cheseldyn, William Dent, Thomas Tourford (?), Philip Lines, John Edwards, Thomas Sparrow and his wife Anne Burges.
Legatees: Maj. Sewell and his wife (unnamed) and children (unnamed), George Burgess, Edward Burgess, Maj. Gassaway, Capt. Hanslap, William Burges.
Executrix: Ursula Moore, wife of Mr. Mordecay Moore.
Wheeler, John, A. A. Co., 21st Nov., 1684 ; 13th Dec., 1684.
To son John, ex., home plantation and 100 A., "Timber Neck" on South R., A. A. Co.; also 200 A., "Wheeler's Lot" on Magothy R.
To Richard and Matthew, sons of Richard Beard, sd. lands in turn in event of death of son John without issue.
To wife Christian, personalty.
To John Belt and the Protestant Church of South R., personalty.
Test : Henry Hanslap, Richd. Beard, Robt. Wade, Jno. Skinner, Saml. Gray. 4. 170.
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John Wheeler 9.286B A AA £61.7.0 May 26 1687
There are two folios numbered 286. For convenience, the first is cited as 286A; the second, 286B.
Payments to: James Powell, Capt. Edward Burges, Mr. George Burgges, Dr. John Godfry, Nicholas Aldrige, Mr. Richard Beard, Thomas Huller, Edward Selby, Sr. Col. William Burges, Mr. Nathan Smith, Mr. Banks.
Administrator: Henry Hanslap.
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John Wheeler 10.87 A AA #418 Oct 1 1688
Legatees; Richard Beard, John Belt, administrator.
Administrator: Capt. Henry Hanslap.
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Battle, Seaborn, A. A. County, 2nd Jan., 1687; 3rd Mar., 1687-8.
To wife Eliza:, extx., all land during life.
To only son Samuel, and hrs., plantation at death of wife afsd.
To sister Dinah, wife of Thomas Knighton, personalty.
To wife and son afsd., residue of estate equally; sd. son to be of age at 21 yrs.
Test: Woolfran Hunt, Richard Rigge, Henry Sury, Henry Hanslap. 4. 286.
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George Parker 10.39 1 CA £374.14.10 Jun 6 1688
Servants mentioned: Samuell Wattkings, Daniel Yate, Peter Tyms, Mathew Browne, John Lessum, John Hall (boy), Thomas Kilby, Henry Gamble.
Appraisers: John Craycroft, Edward Isacke.
List of debts: Benjamin Evans, John Browne, John White, Mr. Richard Smith, Joseph Sgowe, Murphey Ward, Daniell Phillips, Thomas West, William Browne, Jeremiah Eldridge, Thomas Marchant, John Ramsey, Jervis Windford, Thomas Wilson, Edward Barlock, Evan Thomas, Peter Mill, Peter Burgess, Henry Mackedowell, Samuell Prestone, John Peirce, John Dunne, James Dunne, Thomas Hughs, James Addams, Robert Blackehorne, Thomas Cade, Thomas King, Joseph Waters, Paul Huggins, Richard Harker Henry Brent, Robert Reed, William Wadsworth, John Morris, John Bennet, Samuell Clewly, Jeremiah Sheradine, Thomas Brooke, James Bigger, John Godsgrace, Herman Churchyard, James Martine, Mr. Nathaniell Dare, Richard Harrison, Richard Marsham, John Cobroth, George Bussey, Thomas Wilson, Nicholas Spourne, Richard Derham, Abraham Clarke, Mr. Francis Hutchings, William Hutchingson, Francis Collier, Thomas Tursley, Hugh Ellis, William Martine, Gilbert Deaver, Henry Mitchell, Maj. Ninian Beale, John Howard, Roger Brooke, Thomas Hedge, John Woodward, Capt. Henry Hanslapp, John Gray, George Surges, Mathew Hughes, Alexander Mackforland, Leonard Cortes, John Waters, Thomas Burford, Thomas Cryfeild, Walter Car, Robert Orme & Richard Thornebury, Otho Holland, John Woodley, Richard Thornebury, William Edwards, William Grove, John Thornebury, Thomas Hooker, James Powell, Lydia Connant, James Murrey, Joseph Storey, Hugh Riley, John Merriton, Hugh Gill, Francis Lugger, Benjamin Williams, Charles Reniger, Samuell Chew, Robert Gotta, Robert Proctor, Edward Talbott, Nicholas Nicholson, William Meeres, Jonathon Harrwood, Anthony Smith, Thomas Morgan, John Scutte, Samuell Reniger, John Wagstaffe, Samuell Thomas, Jacob Duhattaway, Edward Burford, Ralph Cooper, John Sealy, John Bearnount, Nemiah Birkehead, Ann Birkehead, Francis Mead, Christopher Rowles, Mathew Howard, John Baldwin, Edward Quinn, John Strood, Henry Sewall, Robert Symes, Richard Morse, John Sollors, Capt. John Browne, Hugh Loyd, Mathew Beale, Samuell Constable, Col. Jowles, Capt. Francis Partis, John Meads & Richard Weller, Daniell Longman, Ann Jones, Roger Baker, Miles Gibson, Cornelius Comiges, Thomas Simpson, Maj. Joseph Weekes, Mary Ringold on bill from her husband, John Browne, Josias Lanham, Solomon Thomas, Samuel]. Prestone assigned from Richard Broughton, Henry Hooper, John Edmonson, William Blankinstone, Michaell Taney, Francis Mauldinglby, Nathan Dawe, William Howes, Ann Bankes, Richard Martine, Joseph Harrison, John Sommers, James Dorsey, widow Cogdale, Evin Rue, Robert Brashire, Rebecha Bateman, William Fennell, John Smith, John Bryan, William Lackenden, John
Fowler, Doter Evans, Nicholas Butteram, Thomas Nelson, Pheby Little, James Mann, Paule Scarfeild, John Underwood, William Farmer, Alice Botler, Henry Rigden, Richard Poole, John Johnson, Edward Booker, William Stafford, John Hales, Timothy Owen, Robert Taxtone, James Connell, John Longman (administrator of Robert Claxen), Daniell Scott, widow of Edward Griffith, Richard Webb, Nicholas Aldridge, John Davis, John Radford, John Jarrett, Richard Butte, John Brookes, William Walker, John Rastrick, Thomas Shinfeild, Philip Dennis, Thomas Maddox, lawrence Draper, Samuell Underwood, Simon Herring, John Davis, John Beere, John Heathcoate, Matthew Ellistone, Richard Ball, John Rodgers, Alexander Younger, Thomas Shirdicog, Charles Olden, William Wardaker, John Curror, John Wright, Solomon Wright, John Mantle, Thomas Tasbury, Rebecha Hall, Joseph Higgins, Enoch Boulton, Edward Gibbs, John Southhill, Thomas Tannt, John Ireland, Humphrey Watersworth, Thomas Richards, Robert Wright, Edward Pinne, Benjamin Bibb, Henry Johnson, Thomas Tannt, Lewis Blangey, William Marshall, Robert Langley, Edward Booker.
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Plummer, Thomas, A. A. Co., 12th July, 1694; 26th Feb., 1694/5.
To eld. son Thomas, 100 A., "Seaman's Delight," in Calvert Co.
To eld. dau. Margaret, wife of Hugh Reily, 5 shillings, because of advances already made.
To sec. dau. Mary, wife of William Jackson, and hrs., rights in certain tract of land, and 300 A., "Scott's Lott," in Calvert Co.
To third dau. Susanna, wife of Francis Swanson, personalty.
To wife Eliza:, extx., home plantation, being 164 A., part of "Bridge Hill" and "Doden," during life.
To young. dau. Eliza: and hrs., sd. plantation at death of wife afsd. [p.87]
In event of death of sd. Eliza: without issue, sd. plantation to pass to 2 daus. afsd., Mary Jackson and Susanna Swanson, equally.
Test: Henry Hanslap, Edw. Brucebank, Jos. Hanslap. 7. 5 
Hanslap, Henry (I025531)
 
56391 Capt. Henry3 Field, Sr. (Daniel2, Abraham1) was born in Westmoreland County, Virginia, and died December 1790 in Culpeper County, Virginia (prob.). He married Esther Bef. 1763.
Notes for Capt. Henry Field, Sr.:

Land abstract: Daniel Field and Henry Field, of Westmoreland Co; 850 acs.
(N.L.), Essex County, in St. Mary's Par; in the fork & on the S. of Rappa. River; beg. against up. of an Island; crossing the Mountain Run; 11 July 1719, p. 419. 4 Lbs. 5 Shill.
Nugent, Nell Marion. Cavaliers and Pioneers: Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants, Vol. 3, 1695-1732.
Richmond: Virginia State Library, 1979. Page 256.

Henry Field was a Lieutenant in the Colonial Militia of Spotsylvania County,Virginia. He was a vestryman for the Great Forks Church, St. Mark's Parish, Culpeper County, Virginia, for 31 years. (Estes Genealogy)

-9 January 1731. Elected as Vestryman of the newly formed St. Mark's Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia One of 12 of the "most able and discreet persons of thier parish." (Scheel, Eugene M., Culpeper: A Virginia County's History Through 1920, Culpeper, Virginia: The Culpeper Historical Society, 1982, pg. 41)
-1748. Land that had belonged to Dr. John Tenant became the property of Henry and Esther Field. Their 1242 acres became known as Tenant's Church Tract (Scheel, Eugene M., Culpeper: A Virginia County's History Through 1920, Culpeper, Virginia: The Culpeper Historical Society, 1982, pg. 386. his source is County Deed book B pgs. 336-338.)
-27 April, 1749, was chosen to be in a Commission of the Peace for Culpeper County, Virginia, by a council of justices of the peace.
-30 April 1752. Lt. Gov. Robert Dinwiddie appointed first known county justices of peace for Culpeper County.
Robert Slaughter, Abraham Field, Francis Slaughter, Robert Eastham, William Russell, Henry Field, Phillip Clayton, James Pendelton, Thomas Slaughter, William Green, Jospeh Rogers. The first four had previously served as Orange County justices. (Scheel, Eugene M., Culpeper: A Virginia County's History Through 1920, Culpeper, Virginia: The Culpeper Historical Society, 1982, pg. 30)
-1756-1758 Represented Culpeper County in the House of Burgesses. (Scheel, Eugene M., Culpeper: A Virginia County's History Through 1920, Culpeper, Virginia: The Culpeper Historical Society, 1982, pg. 359)
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James Hughes 2005-12-26 09:23:57
CULPEPER COUNTY, VIRGINIA - DEED BOOK A

Henry Field Sr. Bond as Sherif 1749
Culpeper County, Virginia DB:A: p.6

Know all men by these Presents that we Henry Field, Robert Slaughter and Abraham Fields of the County of Culpeper Gent are held and firmly bound unto our Sovereign Lord George the Second by the Grace of God King of Great Britain Ye, in the Sum of one thousand Pounds Sterling to be paid unto our Lord the King his Heirs and Successors to the which payment well and truly to be made we bind ourselves our Heirs & Exors and Admin jointly and severally firmly by these Presents sealed with our seals Dated the
Eighteenth Day of May Annoq Domini 1749
The Condition of this Obligation is such that Whereas the Above bound Henry Field is by the Honorable the Leiutenant Governor of the Colony of Virginia Appointed Sherif of the Aforesaid County of Culpeper If therefore the said Henry Field shall tender to the Auditor and Receiver General of his Majesty’s Revenues a paricular true and perfect Account of all his Majesty’s Dues Arising within the said County, and also due Paimont [Payment] make of all Publick Dues and Fees put into the Hands to collect within the said County to the several Persons to whome the same shall be due and Paiable [payable] and true performance to make of all Matters and things Relating to the said Office during his Continuance therein Then this Obligation to be Void else to remain in full Force
Sealed & Delivered Henry Field (L.S.)
in Presence of Rob’ Slaughter (L.S.)
Abra: Field (L.S.)

At a Court held for the County of Culpeper on Thursday the 18th day of May 1749.
This Bond was entered into and Acknowledged in open Court by the within mentioned
Henry Field, Robert Slaughter & Abraham Field and Ordered to be Recorded
Teste
Roger Dixon Clk
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Contributed by: James Hughes

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URL title: Spotsylvania County Records , Page 59
Note:
2000 Mary James and Thomas James, admrs. of George James, decd. with Henry Field and Joseph Steward, sec. Mch. 6, 1753.
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Wills of Westmoreland County, Virginia , Page 71
FIELD, DANIEL, 17 April 1720; * * *; July 1720. 2 plantations and 1 negro to dau. Joyce Hudson; Emma Price; sons Abraham and Henry my still and worm; son Henry 50 acres of land and the land in the fork of Rappahannock River to Abraham and Henry; son John Wheeler exr; Evan Price land in Stafford county; son Daniel Field land on Popes Creek.
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STAFFORD COUNTY VA WILL BOOK M; 1729-1748; THE ANTIENT PRESS pp. 480-481 In Name of God Amen This ninth day of September in the year of our Lord 1743 I JOHN WHEELER of Parish of Overwharton in County of Stafford being sick in body host. of perfect sense - do make this my Last Will & Testament. Imprimis I give my Soul into hands of God .. and my body to the earth. As to what worldly Estate .. I give as follows.
Item My will is that my Loving Wife DIANA WHEELER do have the Plantation whereon I now live with the appurtenances during her natural life with the use and occupation of five Negroes (named) also during her natural life.
Item I give unto GEORGE JAMES the Younger all that my tract of land and plantation whereon I now live containing about 300 acres after my wife's decease to him the said George James the Younger and the heirs of his body Lawfully begotten for ever and for Default of such issue to JOHN JAMES his Brother and Heirs .. and for default of such heirs to the next heir at Law to GEORGE JAMES the elder and MARY his wife of their Bodys lawfully begotten for ever.
Item I give unto JOHN JAMES son of George and Mary his wife all my lands in the County of Prince William to him and heirs.
Item I give unto George James & Mary his wife three Negroes to say Will Strike and Pegg the meaning of this bequest and my desire is that the said Negros Pegg be and remain in the Estate of my said Wife Diana and after her decease I give the said Negroe Pegg and her increase to my Daughter Mary James aforsaid during her naturall life after whose death I give the said Negroe and her increase to ESTHER JAMES Daughter of said George and Mary to her and her heirs.
Item it is my will that my Loving wife Diana Wheeler have the full possession and enjoyment of all my personal Estate during her naturall life.
Item I. give unto HENRY FIELD the Elder the sum of twenty pounds current money of Virginia to be paid by my Executrixe hereafter named within two years after my Decease or in any shorter space as she in her descretion shall think fit.
Item it is my will that George James and Mary his wife enjoy my dwelling Plantation and land thereunto belonging during their natural lives after my wife's decease and after their decease then to George James the Younger in manner as before expressed.
Item I give unto Esther James Daughter of George and Mary James a Negro boy called Charles and a negro woman nailed Pegg and her increase which said Negroe woman to be delivered her after the decease of her mother as before Express together with two feather beds and furniture, two iron putts, two cows and calves, two pewter dishes and six pewter plates, my large brass kettle and one young mare to her the said Esther and her heirs.
Item I give unto GEORGE JAMES the Younger a negro girl named Hannah and her increase together with two feather beds and furniture, the new great Pot and a small one, three cows & calves, two pewter dishes and six pewter plates to him and heirs. Item it is my will that my two negroes namely Tom and Dick after the decease of my wife DIANA WHEELER be sold at Publick auction to the highest bidder and the money arising by such sale to be equally divided between George James the younger and his Sister Esther James ,. and heirs,
Item as to the residue of my Personal Estate not herein devised of any kind or nature an ever after the decease of my Loving Wife Diana I give the same to GEORGE JAMES and MARY his wife and heirs.
Item I desire my Estate may not be brought to an appraisal but that an inventory thereof be taken by my Executrix and by her returned according to Law.
Lastly l hereby appoint my Loving wife Diana Wheeler my whole and sole Executrix of this my Last will & testament hereby revoking all other wills.
Presence John Payton, John Wheeler Jas. Yelton, Rd. Rogers
At Court held for Stafford County August 12, 1746 Will presented by Diana Wheeler .. made oath .. being proved .. admitted to record .. Certificate granted her for obtaining probate ..
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1724-1730 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1; {Antient Press}:
Spotsylvania County Court 5th of April 1726; Page 109
On Petition of HENRY FEILD to have the marke of his Cattle & hoggs recorded which is Vizt a crop and hole on each ear, is granted
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ORANGE COUNTY ROAD ORDERS 1734-1749 {Ann Brush Miller}
29 February 1739, O.S. p. 132
Ordered that all ye People that work Under Henry ffield and Joseph Bloodworthe clear the road from the said Bloodworths Mill down to Mountpony and Work on ye Same under the Sd Overseers & be discharged from all other roads.
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ORANGE COUNTY ROAD ORDERS 1734-1749 {Ann Brush Miller}
28 May 1742, O.S. p. 156
Leonard Dozier is hereby appointed Overseer of ye road in the room of Henry ffield Gent and its ordered that Captn Lightfoots tithables Edward Douglass Jerome Rawson Zachy Pullman Wm Rumsey George Anderson Thomas Jones Wm Hansford Wm Crain & brother John Knight & John Sutton with all their tithables be added to ye former gang And its further orderd that the said Dozier with the tithables that formerly were on ye sd road under Henry ffield afd together with those added cause the said road to be cleared & the bridges thereon to be repaired according to Law.
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ORANGE COUNTY ROAD ORDERS 1734-1749 {Ann Brush Miller}
26 May 1744, O.S. p. 132
The order for Henry ffield & Wm Russell Gent & Gerhard Banks to view and lay of ye road from the Ridge below Cumins.s to the North river near the pitch of the fork being returned by ye sd Henry ffields and Gerhard Banks in these words In pursuance of this order we the subscribers have viewed and mark.d out the road and find it to be a good ridge to Thomas Hords quarter on ye north river and we find a good place for a ferry on ye sd River but the horse ford wants to be cleared of Stones before it can be called good Its ordered that the said road be cleared according to return and that the tithables belonging to ye lower end of ye fork below the County road including the tithables of ye sd Henry ffield on his Mannor plantation do work on ye sd road under ye sd Henry ffield who hereby is appointed Overseer of ye sd road And its further ordered that he with the said tithables clear ye same some time in ye month of October next according to Law and that the said tithables be exempted from all other roads. 
Field, Henry (I026292)
 
56392 Capt. John Hastings 28.350 A CA £81.13.5 £68.12.6 Sep 10 1708
Payments to: Mr. George Gray, Capt. Jeremiah Samson, Mr. Isaac Milner & Co., Bartholomew Whitehead, Col. John Bigger, William Parker, John Contee. Administrator: Thomas Crabb. 
Hastings, John (I092498)
 
56393 Capt. John Young and Elizabeth parents of Joshua Young son b. 11
Mar 1717
Joshua Young (of Capt. John and Elizabeth) bapt. 23 Jun 1717. 
Young, Joshua (I100290)
 
56394 CAPT. PETER JOHNSTON, (2-1), of "Chiny Grove," Prince
Edward Co., Va., the eldest son of Hon. Peter and Martha (ButlerRogers)
Johnston, of "Chiny Grove," was a noted lawyer and distinguished
Judge of the Circuit Court; he served as Capt. in Lee's Co., Revolutionary War, and as a member of the Convention of 179-.
He m. Mary Wood, dau. of Hon. Valentine and Lucy (Henry) Wood,
of Goochland Co., Va.; Mary was a neice of Hon. Patrick Henry, and
a gr.-dau. of John and Sarah (Winston) Henry, and of Henry and
Martha (Cocke) Wood. 
Johnston, Charles (I040940)
 
56395 Capt. Richard Holme 43.232 CH £765.19.6 Mar 19 1749 May 19 1750
Appraisers: Robert Yates, Charles Yates.
Creditors: Matthias Pape, John Corry.
Next of kin: Joseph Lancaster, John Boarman.
Administratrix/Executrix: Mary Holme.
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Richard Holme 30.20 A CH £775.1.10 £81.19.10 Mar 2 1750
Sureties: John Lancaster, Joseph Lancaster.
Received from: John Somerville, Bennett Boarman, John Wood.
Payments to: Mr. Robert Horner, Mr. Henry Brooke, Samuel Hanson, George Simpson, Dr. John Curry, Mr. John Lancaster, Matthew Pape, William Neale.
Mentions: widow (unnamed), son George Holme (aged 2).
Executrix: Mary Holme. 
Holmes, Mary MNU (I017324)
 
56396 Capt. Robert Polk was a privateer who died in battle late in 1777 (AARP:149). Polk, Robert (I105326)
 
56397 Capt. Roger Baker 10.32 I £146.18.10 {1688}
Appraisers: Thomas Clagett, John Turner.
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Peter Phipheard 10.135 I {1688}
Appraisers: John Wiseman, William Kerby,
List of debts: Hugh Hopewell, Mr. Thomas Jackson, Phillip Gittings, William Reede, Jonas Winfield.
List of accounts: Nicholas Low, Henry Hooper, Mr. Thomas Tasker, Richard Hedger, John Biggs, Roger Baker. Henry Esterlin.


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Calvert County Circuit Court
Land Surveys and Condominium Plats

Brew House, 260 Acres; Patent
Developer/Owner: Baker, Roger 1672 Patent Record 17, p. 77 0 0 MSA S 1583-228 
Baker, Roger (I090712)
 
56398 Capt. Thomas Farrow (1755-1843) married 1. Rebecca Wood and 2. Ann Patillo Harrison
their children
John W. Farrow
Nancy P. Farrow
Rebecca Farrow Styles
Sarah Farrow
Rosanna Farrow Woodruff
Patillo Farrow, deceased 1855, rest still living 
Patillo, Anne 'Nancy' (I067336)
 
56399 Capt. Thomas Peace 16.205 I SM £14.0.0 May 16 1698
(also Thomas Pace)
Appraisers: Thomas Hebb, Edward Halerd. 
Pace, Thomas (I090936)
 
56400 Capt. William Coulbourne 23.96 B £131.19.0 £18.17.8 Oct 1 1702
Received from: John Biggs, Mr. John Handy.
Payments to: Col. Whittington, Maj. Cornish.
Executrix: Mrs. Anne Coulbourne 
Handy, John (I096553)
 

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