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56401 Capt/Maj/Col Alexander Parker PA-VA-KY?
Posted by: Harry Crittenden Mercado Date: October 30, 2000 at 14:56:24
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I am trying to find out if this is one, two, or three men, and which or whom do I relate to.

An Alexander Parker (A.P., hereafter) b. 1753, d. 1792 enlisted in Jan, 1776 as Lt, Co. #4 (Capt. Rippley), 6th regiment, prob. from Franklin or Cumberland County, PA. This AP founded Parkersburg, WV, though may never have been there. He is said to have immigrated to VA after the war, but is buried in Carlisle, PA. as a "Major" in rank.

A Col. A.P. took a pension and land patent from VA. He may have served in the Eight Virginia Regiment of Col. Peter Muhlenburg, as Capt. Alexander Parker." And, the following notation might be him: ""ALEXANDER PARKER SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTY QUARTERMASTER VIRGINIA LINE $240.00 ANNUAL ALLOWANCE $1,515.15 AMOUNT RECEIVED MAY 16, 1818 PENSION STARTED AGE 84 SUSPENDED MAY 1, 1820 RESTORED SEPTEMBER 23, 1826"

Then there is the A.P. who was in/around Lexington KY after the war.

Does anyone have a line on any of these threads? Thanks.
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Name: anne
Email: annerupert@aol dot com
Note:
Found this document at www.historiccourtrecords.org. It mentions additional relationships to Thomas Skinkler.

Court Record Data
ContextExtract
Agreement Alexander Parker & wife with Richard T. Brown & wife - 1821
Army Col. Alexander Parker went with the 5th Regiment to New Orleans in 1808-1809
Birth Henry Parker 24 years old 26 Nov. 1814
Birth Thomas Skinker was about 60 in 1788
Coffin FNU McKildoe paid for a coffin - 1789
Death William Spark died in May 1802
Death old Hannah (aka big Hannah) (slave) died in 1814 at 54 years of age
Death Milfred (slave) died in Dec. 1814
Death Henry Sisson Redman died in Feb. 1789
Death Betty (slave) died in 1802 at the Bristor Mines
Deed of Gift Thomas Skinker to Eliza Maria Parker - not recorded - 1794
Deed of Trust Lucy Spark to Alexander Parker - Westmoreland Co. - 1804
Defendant Alexander Parker (aka Gen. Alexander Parker); Elizabeth Parker (extrx.); Henry Sisson Redman (aka Henry Scisson Redman) (decd.); James Spark (exor.); William Spark (decd.); William Spark Jr. (infant); Richard E. Parker
Deponent / Affiant Thomas Spence Sr.; William C. Chandler (42); Elliott T. Minor (28); Henry Parker; William McClenahan; Thomas Stowers; John Murphy; Daniel Carmichael; William H. Parker; Mrs. Elizabeth Brown; William Y. Sturman; Charles Muse; Molly Barnett; Baldwin M. Lee; Edward Sandford; Frances Blackwell; Thomas Simpson; James Spark; John Tayloe Lomax; Richard Croxton; Thomas Stone; George Smith; Joseph Anderson; William Skinker Jr.; John Kelley
Doctor Dr. Thomas Thompson, family physician for Henry S. Redman
Estate the estate of Henry S. Redman decd.
- sales account - 1789
- account - 1789-1818
Family Maria Skinker, daughter of Thomas Skinker
Family William Spark Jr., only child of William Spark (deceased in 1802) & Lucy Spark
Family James Spark, brother of William Spark (deceased in 1802)
Family Henry Parker, son of Alexander Parker by Elizabeth Parker
Family Elizabeth Maria Redman :
- wife of Henry Sisson Redman
- niece of Thomas Skinker
- sister of Thomas Simpson
Family Lucy Redman, only child of Henry Sisson Redman
Family William H. Parker brother of Alexander Parker & father of Richard E. Parker
Family Eliza Maria Parker, niece of Thomas Skinker
Family Thomas Skinker, uncle of Thomas Simpson
Family Alexander Parker, son of Judge Parker
Family Miss Susan Keith, sister in law of William Skinker
Family Eliza Maria Parker, daughter of Alexander Parker
Family Alexander Parker married the aunt of Mrs. Elizabeth Brown
Fire the house of Henry Sisson Redman burned shortly after 27 Mar. 1806
Immigration Joseph Anderson, an Italian by birth, came to the United States when he was between 15 & 16 years old - 2 or 3 years before the ARW
Inspector Thomas Spence Sr., tobacco inspector at Nomony Warehouse - 1791-1803
Locality Westmoreland Co.; Richmond Co.; Mathews Co.; Loudoun Co.; Fauquier Co.
Marriage Alexander Parker -mr- Elizabeth Redman, widow of Henry Sisson Redman, in 1790
Marriage Richard T. Brown -mr- Lucy Spark, widow of William Spark, 27 Mar. 1806
Marriage William Spark -mr- Lucy Redman in Jan. 1801 when she was 19 years old
Mill Gen. Lee rented Chiltons mill in 1796
Mill the following mills were within 10 miles of the mill of Henry Sission Redman :
- Chiltons
- Stratford
- Moxleys
- Spences
- Hutts new mill & old mill
- Fantleroys
- Brockenbroughs
- McCartys
- Washingtons
- Austin Brockenbroughs
- Kelleys
- Popes
- Lees
- Coxs
- Turbervilles
- Beales
- Sandfords
- a mill called the double mill
Overseer Elliott T. Minor, overseer for Alexander Parker - 1814-1818
Overseer William McClenahan, overseer at the plantation of Henry Sisson Redman decd. for 6 years, starting in 1789
Overseer Joseph Anderson, overseer for Thomas Skinker for about 30 years
Plaintiff Richard T. Brown; Lucy Brown
Runaway Phill (about 40) went off to the enemy in Aug. 1814 (the same day that Kinsale was burned)

[nb: the enemy likely refers to the British forces during the War of 1812)
Slave Rose; Manuel - property of the estate of Solomon Redman
Slave Guy (55 in 1801) (miller); Nannie (40 in 1815); Edgar (18 in 1815); Shepherd (15 in 1815); Jerry (4 in 1815); Nelson (died at age 10 months in 1814); William (died at age 2 in 1818); Willoughby (died at age 23 in 1793); Aaron; Phill; Bett (25 in 1801); Jude; Lyllar; Edmund; Lucy & children Edmund, Frank & Laurinda (7 in 1815); Patt; Joice; Hannah (14 in 1815); Sib (died at age 18 in 1801), Davey (15 in 1801), Kendall (14 in 1801), Easter (11 in 1801), John (3 in 1801), Arrina (died at age 4 in 1806) & Maria (died at age 2 in 1806), children of Pegg; Evelina (died at age 1 in 1801); Cyrus (died at age 9 in 1808), Izzard (13 in 1815), Lousia (died at age 4 in 1805), George (6 in 1815), Nelly (5 in 1815), Cordelia & Eliza (twins) (3 in 1815), Thaddeus (2 in 1815) & Solomon (not 1 in 1815), children of Nancy; Vincent (18 in 1815), John (15 in 1815), Eliza (died at age 4 in 1810), Edmond (13 in 1815), Frank (died at age 5 in 1812) & Jeremiah, children of Lucy (36 in 1815); ! Alford (died at age 1 in 1807)), Tom (died at age 4 in 1812) & Mary (3 in 1815), children of Jenney (26 in 1815); Milford (aka Milfred) (died at age 30 in 1814), child of old Hannah (53 in 1801); Dinah (50 in 1801); Dick (28 in 1801); Rose (20 in 1801); Milley (24 in 1801); Peggy (58 in 1819); Peter (39 in 1819) (1 hand useless from being burned when young - part of hand burned off - arm contracted); Lewis (aka Louis) (crippled) (26 in 1818), Reuben (24 in 1818), Daniel (23 in 1818), Phoebe (aka Phebia) (breeding woman) (21 in 1818) & Dianna (18 in 1818), children of Betty; Dinah (girl); Peg (40 in 1801) (cook) (insane & sick for 2 years following the loss of some of her children by fire) - property of Henry Sisson Redman
Slave Bow; Harry; Jack; Tom; Solomon; Absolom; Dick; Landon - property of Alexander Parker
Slave Gen. Parker exchanged Betty for Peg, owned by William Spark, in order to accommodate Betty whose husband was owned by William Spark
Slave Barsheba - given by Thomas Skinker to Dr. Peake who married a niece of Thomas Skinker
Slave Hannah - given by Thomas Skinker to Eliza Maria Parker
Will William Spark - Westmoreland Co. - 1802
Administrative Information
Record titleBrown & ux vs Parker & ux and Parker & ux vs Brown & ux
Year recorded1821
CollectionCR-SC-H
Record ID218-5
End Notes
Preserved byCity of Fredericksburg
Processed byBarry McGhee
Extracted byBarry L. McGhee
Extracted on5/12/2005
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HUTCHERSON, William, Berkeley Parish, d. Feb 27, 1771, p. Feb 16, 1775. Wit. James Cearnell, Beverley Winslow, Anne Parker, George Stubblefield, Julius Lane. Ex. William Parker and Alexander Parker. Leg. wife Ruth, my plantation and the whole of my estate during her widowhood, and afterwards to be divided thus, son William and son John one shilling each as they have already been provided for; son Robert, the half of my land whereon I now live; son Charles, the remainder of the tract whereon I now live; daughter Hannah and daughter Mary Ann, the wife of Henry Coleman. (pg 109) 
Parker, Dr. Alexander (I000705)
 
56402 Captain John Smoot (1748 - 1793)

John Smoot, son of Edward and Anne (Chandler) Smoot, (probably Mary Since Anne Married Edward Ford) was born about 1748 at "Wicomico Fields", William and Mary Parish, Charles County, Maryland. He married first Elizabeth, born 1749, the daughter of Captain Joseph Douglas and Catherine Musgroves his wife.

Children of John and Elizabeth (Douglas) Smoot

1. Catherine Smoot married 1788 John Sydreham Cropper, M.D.
Issues: Zadoc and Elizabeth who married Henry P. Waggaman.
2. Henry Smoot, died young.
3. Amelia Lee Smoot, died May, 1790.
4. John T. Smoot married Elizabeth Douglas. q.v.


John Smoot settled about 1771 upon "Rehoboth" where he constructed Liberty Hall a spacious Georgian mansion, now one of the show places of Dorchester County. At the census of 1790, he had 41 negroes on his plantation, being the largest slave owner in the county.

On May 20, 1778, John Smoot was commissioned a captain of the Third Company of the Upper Battalion of Dorchester County Militia. He was in service as late as April 1, 1780. His mercantile business maintained a fleet of its own ships, some of which were captured by Tories during the war. He was also a county magistrate and represented his district at the first State Assembly of Maryland.1

His wife died on July 19, 1787, and was buried in the private burying ground at Liberty Hall. On April 10, 1790, he married Elizabeth Parker
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/megafile/msa/speccol/sc2900/sc2908/00000 1/000028/html/am28--546.html
URL title: Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1732:1753Volume 28, Page 546
Note:
Schedule No 2.
Charles County.
At a Meeting of the Vestry of William and Mary Parish in the County aforesaid on the 8th Day of June 1752 at the said Parish Church were present - p. 483

The Reverend
Vestrymen: Mr Saml Clagett, Mr Thomas Cottrell, Mr Richard Smith, Mr Edward Ford, Mr Nathan Harris, Mr Charles Bruce
Church warden:Mr John Marshall

Who unanimously proceeded to regulate and assign the Pews in the sd Parish Church to the several Persons hereafter put down in the following Manner, the Numbers of the Pews to the respective Names put down, having Relation to the Numbers in the Platt hereunto annexed Viz.
Pew
To the honourable Richard Lee Esqr 1
Mr Benjamin Fendall & his Son John 2
Mr Wm Courts, Elizabeth Courts & Wm Penn 3
Col George Dent and his Son George 4
Richard Smith his Sons, and Thomas Cottrell 5
Barton Warren and Edward Ford 6
Charles Yates John Wilder & his Son John 7
The Ministers Family for the time being 8
James Latimore, Philip Jenkins, Jno Jenkins & Benj. Douglass. 9
Atwick Fearson, Jno Farr, Geo. Scroggin & Benjn Thomas. 10

Notley Maddox, Sarah Maddox, Anne Smoot & Edwd Smoot 14
Joseph Joy, Judith Penn, and Notley Dutton 15
Thomas Bates, John Douglass, John Hamil & Jane Penn 16

Francis Posey, Harrison Musgrove, Charles John & Benj. Philpot. 18

Authur Lee, Rebecca Howard, Jno Marshall & Richd Marshall 23
Joseph Douglass, Nathan Harris, Mary Brandt 24
Joseph Gwynn and Benjamin 25
Mary Marshall, Henry Thompson, Posthumus Groves & Jas Plant. 26
William Dent & Walter Hanson for their Tenants 27
Moses Hubbart, John Cavin, Jno Wakefield & Saml Chunn 28
Robert Yates, Charles Bruce & Robert Yates junr 29
Barton Hungerford & his Sons 30
Robt Mastin, Tyre Thomas, Widow Thomas & Richard Ratcliff. 31

Thomas Hatton, William Cage Samuel Gody and John Chun 32
Geo: Elgin Patience Posey, Jacob Andrew Minitree Wm Guy & Sarah Martin. 33

No 11, 12, 13, 19, 20, 21, 22 left in common for Tenants
Others not being Freeholders.

No 17 .....for such young Persons that may sing.
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://www.usgennet.org/family/smoot/book/007.html
URL title: The Smoots of Maryland and Virginia
Note:
In 1758 John Chandler was bondsman for Edward Smoot when he administered the estate of John Carver, likewise, Stephen Chandler was his bondsman in 1777 when he administered the estate of Boles Tyre Balthrope.
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Charles County Court Records, June 1738 Court, Liber T#2, Page 469
Jul 1, 1737. Henry Acton, who married Anne Chandler, decd, & John Chandler, surviving Ex'r of John Chandler - Dirs. To the decd's estate then accounted for - £672.19.5.
By disbursements allowed - 52.1.0,. To be secured & disposed according to the decd's will - 620.18.43/4.
672.19.5.
In which will were the following legacies, viz, to his wife, one Negro man named Fortune, his wife & child and 1 Negro girl named Kate, all app: at £89; to his son, John Chandler, one Negro man named Alledge, app'd at 30; to his son, Wm. Chandler, one Negro man named Will, app'd at 30 £; to his son, Stephen Chandler, one Negro woman named Abig'l app'd at 22 £; to his daughter, Anne Chandler, one Negro girl named Venus, appraised at 13:5; to his daughter, Mary Chandler,
one Negro girl named Mall, app:d at 10 £; to his daughter, Sarah Hamill, one Negro boy named Debtford, appraised at 12 £ - 206.5.0.
The remainder thus distributed, Sst, To his wife one third .-138.4.5%.
The residue to be equally divided among all his children, according to his will - 276.6.11%.
£620.18.4%.
William Penn & Mark Penn, both of CC, Sureties.
Signed per order Wm. Rogers, Reg'r. 
Chandler, Mary (Anne) (I002906)
 
56403 Captain Robert Behethland, Gentleman, accompanied Captain John Smith to Virginia on his initial voyage in 1607, Beheathland, Robert (I044607)
 
56404 Captain Robert Massey a member of the Stafford County Militia in 1680 and later the King's Attorney of Stafford County
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When Col. John Washington, whose great-grandson, Francis Wright, married Capt. Robert Massey's granddaughter, Anne, and his brother, Lawrence Washington, whose grandson, John Washington, married Capt. Massey's granddaughter, Mary, were present, Sept. 26, 1675, with Virginia soldiers under the command of Col. Washington and Maryland soldiers under the command of Major Truman, at the fort of the Susquehanna Indians, near present Mt. Vernon, to decide peace or war. And when the Marylanders murdered the official Indian conferees and charged Col. Washington with the responsibility, it was Capt. Massey who, later, before a commission of inquier, cleared Col. Washington.

Plantagenet Ancestry of 17th Century Colonists
Author: David Faris
Publication: Genealogical Publishing County, Baltimore County, Maryland, 1996
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Stafford County, Virginia Order Book, Page 5 Court held Xber 12th Anno 1689
524. MARY MASSEY the Widow and Executrix of Capt. ROBERT MASSEY deced complaining sheweth that Major ANDREW GILSON stands indebted to the Plt in the sum of Fifteen thousand and ninety three pounds of Tobacco in cask due to her the said Plt by Bill and account .. And the said Major Andrew Gilson the Deft came here in Court and legally discounted the sum of Five thousand three hundred and thirty one pounds of Tobacco out of the foresaid sum in the declaration prayed for Therefore tis ordered that the said Major Andrew Gilson shall make present payment of the sum of Nine thousand seven hundred and sixty two pounds of Tobacco in cask unto the said Mary Massey
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Stafford County, Virginia Order Book, Page 57 Court held 11th June 1690
721. MARY MASSEY complaining sheweth that THOMAS ENGLISH late of this county stood indebted to the Plt the sum of four hundred and thirty two pounds of Tobacco in cask due per bill .. And forasmuch as Mary Massey did Exhibit in this Court the afsd bill .. Therefore tis ordered that Mary Massey shall have Judgment against the Estate of Thomas English soe attached in the hands of THOMAS HOWARD for the afsd sum ..

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STAFFORD COUNTY VA DEED & WILL BOOK 1689 - 1693; THE ANTIENT PRESS
p. 253 IN THE NAME OF GOD Amen. 1 SIGISSMUND MASSEY of Stafford County beinge Sick in body butt in pfecl memory and Sence doe dispose of my Estate in manner & forme as followeth
First I give to DADE MASSEY one Grey mare about forme yeares old.
Secondly I give to BENJAMIN MASSEY one Dun mare about three yeares old.
Thirdly I give to THOMAS MASSEY one darke grey mare about two yeares old. Fourthly I doe give and bequeath all ye rest of my Estate to ROBERT MASSEY to be disposed of as followeth That after my debts are paid my Exors purchase a tract of laude to ye worth of what is left and that is to ROBERT MASSEY and his heire mailes of his Body in case of failure of them to DADE MASSEY and ye heire mailes of his body in case of failure of them to BENJAMIN MASSEY & ye heire mailes of his body in case of failure of them to THOMAS MASSEY and ye heire mailes of his body and I doe make RICE HOE my whole and Sole tier of this my last Will and Testament revokein ge all other Wills but this to be my last Will and Reall Meaninge this Eighteenth day of Aprill 1692. Wiliness my haade and Seale
Teste PETER DAWSON, SIGISSMUND MASSEY JOHN DAVIS, STEPHEN PARKER
This Will was sufficiently proved in ye flaunty Court of Stafford by ye Bathes and Testaments of PETER DAWSON & JOHN DAVIS Wittnesses to ye said Will Subscribed on ye 11th day of May 1692 and was then recorded 
Massey, Robert (I032330)
 
56405 Captain Thomas Bernard of Warwick County, a member of the House of Burgesses in 1649
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Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 7, pg 311
MRS. ALICE HARLOW, 550 acs. Warwick Co; NE on Warwick Riv: SW on James Riv; on SE side of the Common land. NW on Mr. Jno. Brewer : from Bullen's point; passing house of Christopher Muschamp; including Poole's Island; 21 Oct. p. 585. 200 acs. granted Anthony Elliott, 10 June 1643; 300 acs. granted Capt. Thomas Bernard, 24 Sept. 1645 & by Mr. John Harlow bequeathed to sd. Alice his wyfe, & her heires.

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CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS PATENT BOOK No. 1 Part II; Pg 127
THOMAS BERNARD, Gent., 1,050 acs. Warwicke River Co., Dec. 16, 1641, p. 761. At the mouth of the back creek, adj. Capt. Thomas Flint whereon stands dwelling howse of said Bernard. (Note: Record incomplete. Mention is made of Zachariah Cripp; the back creek deviding the land of Burdropp, formerly called Claybornes Neck, from land of said Bernard. Confirmation of former patent for 500 acs., & order of court for 200 acs. Feb. 24, 1631. 350 acs. for trans. of 7 pers: Patrick Closse, William Ware, William Hopkin, John Gerrish, Robert Frere, Alice Havord, Tho. Howgate.
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CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS PATENT BOOK No. 2; Pg 159
CAPT. THOMAS BERNARD, 300 acs. on the Southerly side of Warwick River, Sept. 24, 1645, Page 44. Abutting E. upon Lt. Gilbert Peppett, etc., towards the church there arrecied & built, & bet. Colstones Is. & Cedar Is Due for trans. of 6 pers.* Formerly granted to Robert Poole but being deserted is now granted unted sd. Bernard according to the custom of the country. 
Bernard, Thomas (I024823)
 
56406 Captain Thomas Cornwalleys (3 Md. Arch. Coun. 74, 4 M. Arch. Prov. Ct. 41); May 8, 1641, to July 10, 1641 (he went to Virginia),

Captain Thomas Cornwalleys (3 Md. Arch. Coun. 98, 99) ; April 11, 1643 (Was he away June 23, 1642?, 3 Md. Arch. Coun. 103) to Sept 1644 (he went to England)

Capt. Thomas Cornwallis was the Captain of the St. Helen, a pinnance class ship belonging to the Calverts of Maryland. He and the Captain of the St. Margaret were trading on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, at Pocomoke sound under orders from the Maryland Colony. William Claiborne, claiming the eastern shore of Maryland for Virginia, was infuriated and assigned Lt. Radcliffe Warren command of the shallop Cockatrice, and ordered him to recover his pinnance or take reprisals on the Marylanders. Lt. Warren, departed with the ship Cockatrice on April 23rd, 1635. He proceeded to Pocomoke Sound with his crew of 13 men, being ordered to seize both of Calverts Maryland vessels and their commander, Captain Thomas Cornwallis. The ships met "Jenkins Point" near the village of Pocomoke and were involved in the first naval battle conducted in America. As Richard Hancock, Robert Lake, with Lt. Warren made an attempt to board St. Helen, Cornwallis gave the order to fire broadsides and 4 men were killed, one of them being Warren. Also killed on the Cockatrice was William Dawson and John Belson under the leadership of Hancock and Lake. William Ashmore was the only casualty on the St. Helen and Cornwallis won the day.
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Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 72A: Indenture, 2 Jun 1703
From: Luke Gardiner, the elder, of St. Mary's County, Gent.
To: John Mason, son of Robert Mason, late of St. Mary's County, now residing in London in Old England
For 18,000 pounds of tobacco paid by the late Robert Mason to Luke Gardiner for 580 acres of land called Grimes Ditch formerly in Charles County now in Prince George's County on the north side of the Potomac River near Mattawoman; bounded by St. John's Value being the northernmost bounds of land formerly of Capt. Thomas Cornwallis near an Indian field; containing an island in the Potomac River; granted 20th Feb 1693 by Cecillius, Lord Baltimore to Robert Mason in his lifetime and by his last will to John Mason
Signed: Luke Gardiner, Sr.
Witnessed: Nicholas Genlick, Jos. Vanswaringen, and Tho. Grunwin
Acknowledged: 2 Jun 1703 by Luke Gardiner to Henry Lowe and John Nutthan
St. Mary's County Court acknowledged this deed signed by G. Muschamp
Vide ye alienation in Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 83
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Kent County, Md

"Cornwallis' Choice" - 1000 a., surveyed 8-16-1658 for Capt.Thomas Cornwallis

"Great Oak Mannour" - 2000 a., surveyed 8-15-1658 for Josias Fendall ...
"Verina" - 1000 a., surveyed 8-21-1658 for Capt.Thomas Cornwalis. Possessed by Daniel Pierce, William Freeman, Samuel Bostic, James Wilson, William Smith and John Wilson
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Prince George's County, Maryland - Land Owners at Time PGCo Was Formed - 1696: Tract Name: MATTAWOMAN NECK; Owner: Cornwalleys, Thomas (Capt): Orig County = C {Charles = C, Calvert = V}; Patent Date: Jul 14, 1654: Ref: Liber AB&H f 400: Map Location: J-21
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Contributed by Shirley Middleton Moller

At the request of John Mondesir the following Deed was recorded this 20th day of February Anno Domini 1800
This Indenture made this twenty first day of January on the year of our lord one thousand eight hundred between Charles Pye and Sarah Pye his wife of Charles County and State of Maryland of the one part and John Mondesir pastor of the Roman Catholic Congregation in Cornwalliss Neck in the aforesaid County and State of the other part Witnesseth that whereas the roman Catholic congregation of Cornwalliss Neck are unprovided with a suitable and convenient lot of land whereon to build or erect a church or house of worship and also unprovided with a Common Burial Ground in which they can deposit the remains of their decease Friends & Relations the said Charles Pye and Sarah his wife in consideration of the esteem and good will they bear to ward the aforesaid Congretgation and being desirous to remove the inconvenences under which they labour as Set forth in the premisses and for the further consideration of the Sum of five Shillings current money to them in hand paid by John Mondesir pastor as aforesaid for and on behalf of the Congregation aforesaid the receipt whereof they do hereby acknowledge hath given Granted bargained Sold Aliened enfeoffed and Confirmed and by these Presents do give grant bargain sell alien enfeoff and confirm unto him the said John Mondesir pastor as aforesaid and his successors for the time being regularly and lawfully appointed by the roman Catholic Bishop having Exclesiastical Jurisdiction over the Same to be by him and them held in trust for and the use and benefit of the Aforesaid Congregation and their successor All that Lot or Parcel of land situated lying and being in Charles County and State aforesaid being part of a tract or parcel of land called cornwalliss Neck now in the possession of the said Pye and Sarah his wife to wit [land measurements not included see deed.] Containing and laid out for one and a half Acre together with all and Singular the Houses inprovements profits and advantages to the same lot or parcel of Land thereunto belonging and the remainder and remainders reversion and reversions rents issues and profits of the aforesaid Land and premisses and every part and parcel thereof and all the estate right title interest use trust property claim and demand whatsoever of them the said Charles Pye and Sarah his wife of into or out of the same and soforth to Have and to Hold the Aforesaid Lot or Parcel of land and Premisses with the appurtinances unto him the said John Mondesir Pastor and his successos as aforesaid in trust and to and for the only proper use and behoof of the aforesaid Congregation and their successors forever and to be by the said Congregation used for the purpose of building a Church or house of worship thereon together for the purpose of a common burial ground and the aforesaid Charles Pye and Sarah his wife for there selves their heirs executors and administrators do covenant grant and agree to and with the said John Mondesir Pastor and his successors legally appointed as aforesaid to and for the use and behoof of the aforesaid congregation Shall and lawfully may from time to time and at all times hereafter peaceably and quietly have hold use occupy possess and enjoy the said lot or parcel of Land and Premisses and the said Charles Pye and Sarah his wife for theirselves their heirs and assigns the saig lot of ground and premisses and every part thereof against themselves and their heirs and against every other person and persons whomsoever to the said Mondesir and his successors legally appointed by the roman Catholic bishop shall and will warrant and forever defend by these presents In witness whereof we have hereunto set our hands and seal the day & year above written
Charles Pye seal
Sarah Pye seal

Signed Sealed and delivered in presence of
Edward Pye Dan Jenifer

At the foot of the aforegoing Deed was thus written to wit State of Maryland Charles County to wit This twenty first day of January 1800 There came Charles Pye and Acknowledged the within Instrument to be his act and deed and the land and premises therein mentioned to be the right title interes and estate of him the said John Mondesir and his Successors agreeably to the tru intent and Meaning thereof and at the same time came Sarah Wife of the said Charles Pye and Acknowledged the within Instrument to be her act and deed and the lands and premisses therein mentioned to be the right title interest and estate of John Mondesir pastor and his Successors agreeably to the true intent and meaning thereof Together with her right of Dower in the above Lands & premisses She first being examined privately out of the hearing of her husband whether She doth make her Acknowledgment of the same willingly and freely and without beign induced thereto by fear or threats of or ill usage by her Husband or fear of his displeasure agreeably to an Act of Assembly in such case made and provided taken and Acknowledged before me the Subscriber one of the Associate Justices of Charles County Court
Dan Jenifer
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Maryland Not a Roman Catholic Colony: Stated in Three Letters - by Edward Duffield Neill - 1875

Married Penelope Wiseman (21yrs) d/o John Wiseman of Tyrrels, Essex, England 1657. she died 7nov 1693 age 57. Burnham Thorpe, Suffolk, England, buried Erwarton Church

Thomas died 1676, Burnham Thorpe, Suffolk, England
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1653-1657 Westmoreland County, Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Vol XXIII; Abstracted by Beverley Fleet
p.15. P of A. Dated 22 Feb 1653/4. Thomas Cornwaleys of Maryland. Esqr. to my lovelng friend John Hallowes of Nominy in the County of Westmoreland in Virginia Gent to collect a/os due in Westmoreland Co. Signed Tho Cornwaleys. Wits Tho Redby, Wm Withers, Rec - March 1653/4.
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Northumberland County Record Book 1652 -1658: ©Peter's Row - 2002
Thomas Cornwaleys Esq. his deposition.
The deposition of Thomas Cornwaleys Esq. aged 53 years or there abouts taken the 14th of January 1657 sayeth that in or about the month of May 1652, he trusted Nicholas Bannister with goods to the value of four hundred eighty one pounds of tobacco and cask which said Bannister before payment made made privately fled or absented himself out of the Province of Maryland where the debt was made, and
never made any satisfaction for the said debt to the said Cornwaleys whereby he verily beliveth himself damnified at the least double the said sum and therefore prayeth for justice against the said Bannister according to his damage and further sayeth not.
Thomas Cornwaleys
Sworn before me, Phiiip Calvert
20th January 1657, this deposition was recorded 
Cornwalleys, Thomas (I044204)
 
56407 CARDER, Harrison & Louisa UTZ, 12 Nov. 1846, m by Jacob Crigler, b Aaron Utz, C-28, Boone County, Kentucky Family F15079
 
56408 Carney, Jane Daughter of John and Mary, born December 21, 1749 Carney, Jane (I087186)
 
56409 Carney, Mary Daughter of John and Mary, born October 16, 1747 Carney, Mary (I087184)
 
56410 Carney, Oxesby Son of John and Mary, born January 19, 1755 Carney, Oxesby (I087185)
 
56411 Carney, Sarah Married John Anderson, November 28, 1752 Family F28723
 
56412 Carney, Thomas Son of John and Mary, born December 18, 1741
Carney, Traverse Son of John and Mary, born January 17, 1744/5
Carney, Daniel Son of John and Mary, died January 28, 1744/5
Carney, Absolom Son of John and Mary, born January 27, 1745/6
Carney, Mary Daughter of John and Mary, born October 16, 1747
Carney, Jane Daughter of John and Mary, born December 21, 1749
Carney, Oxesby Son of John and Mary, born January 19, 1755


Carney, Anthony Son of Ann and John, born October 13, 1756
Corney, Henry Son of John, baptized November 25, 1756 
Carney, John (I087178)
 
56413 Carney, Thomas Son of John and Mary, born December 18, 1741 Carney, Thomas (I087180)
 
56414 Carney, Traverse Son of John and Mary, born January 17, 1744 Carney, Traverse (I087181)
 
56415 Carol Black-Rossow [SMTP:cblack@willamette.edu]
I saw your Marshall information on World Connect. I am searching for information on the parents and siblings of George B. Marshall b. 1799 in VA. His brother was William W. Marshall of Harrison Co, Kentucky, and his sister was Eliza B. Marshall. George lived most of his life in Kenton Co, Kentucky. He married Judith Wren Parker, daughter of Thomas Parker and Alice Marshall of Harrison Co, Kentucky. They had a son, Beverly Wren Marshall who was killed in the civil war. Most of the records of George Marshall are listed either G. B. Marshall or Geo. B. Marshall. He married a second time to Francis (Williams) Hicks and they had a daughter named Mattie Jane Marshall b. Nov. 1864. She married Henry Edger Wolf. George B. Marshall died in 1870 and is buried in Linden Grove cemetery in Covington next to Judith Wren Marshall and Beverly Wren Marshall. Francis Marshall died in 1894 and is also buried in his plot at Linden Grove Cemetery.

If you can help me connect together these Marshall's with any information you have, I will be very grateful.

Carol Black-Rossow
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Died Nov. 13, 1870 buried Linden Grove Cemetery 
Marshall, George Boon (I004425)
 
56416 Carol Getting has Isaac's birth date as 1760/1761. If so, Isaac could not have been a son of Thomas. This lead credibility that Isaac's father may have been John Marshall. This date is from pension records and has to be considered as close as we are going to get unless we find a bible record some place. The pages from the family bible were torn out on the children's births and sent with his wife's Pension papers after his death. I [Carol] have a copy of those from the National Archives.

Carol Getting's information is as follows http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~cgetting/d2753.htm#P8387

Pat Stevens's information is as follows
http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=stevensp&id=I01 178

Also researching this line is Marjorie Godfrey - marjorie@buncombe.main.nc.us

Lt. Isaac MARSHALL was born about 1760/61 in Virginia. He was a Methodist. He served in the Virginia Continental Army, enlisting on 22 May 1777 in the 14 VA Infantry, with Captain Peter Jones.113 He was appointed to rank of Sergeant on enlistment. Enlistment shown for 3 months in the beginning of his enlistment, later it was shown as 3 years. July, 1778 when he was exchanged he enlisted for the duration of the War. His rate of pay was in the beginning 2£ a month, or $8.00. When he was exchanged and enlisted for three years, or the duration of the war, it went to $10.00 a month or 3£. He was again captured in Charleston, SC and escaped. The pension of Nathan Wright, who was also captured at Charleston, mentions an escape with two men, a Taylor and a Marshall. It is thought that perhaps, Nathan Wright and Isaac Marshall, did escape together. Descendants of Isaac Marshall, may apply to Daughters of American Revolution (DAR) for membership.113

Pension Statement

14th VA Infantry Lineage

War Record

He appeared on the census between 1784 and 1787 in North Carolina. {1784-1787 NC State Census, Part of Capt. Moses' District: John Patterson, Dudley Ballard, John Fann, John Ellis, Jr., Susannah Ellis, Hailey Talley, William Hansell, Simon Duke, Alexander Nicols, Hicks Ellis, Richard Talley,* Isaac Marshall (one male and one female), Margaret Shearin (mother-in-law), William Foot (brother-in-law), Joseph Garriott, Starling Talley, David Tommas, William Duke, Elizabeth Murphe, Jemimah Robbertson, Wilmoth Partrick, Richard Towns, James Towns, William Russell, William Ellis, Sr., George Allen, Sr., Jesse Wright, Jonathan Solman, Jesse Ellis, David King, Sr., Wiatt Ballard, William Ballard, Catherine Ballard, Henry Blover, John Towns, John Pettway, Anthony Beard, George Harrison, Abner Powell, Richard Marshall (four males and four females)(a possible brother), Hugh Johnston, Wood King, Anthony King, Mournin Ballard, Cudbeth King, Dwelley Darnal, Joseph Renn, Sarah Ballard, David Towns, John Pitts Beasley, James White, Joseph Jeffress, Thomas Ivans, William Cavendar.}

He was named in the Estate Sale of John Towns on 6 Mar 1788 in Warren County, NC. {Warren Will Book 6, Pg 26, March 6, 1788, Aug Ct. 1791. Sale Est. John Towns, decd, by John May, James Towns, Extrs. Purchasers: William Neil (sic) Norsworthy, Nathaniel James Towns, David Towns, Joel Fain, Simon Duke, Frances Towns, George Allin, Joshau Maby, Daniel Thomas, Charles Davis, Anthony King, Charles Hicks, William World, Samuel Walker, Lewis Patrick, Richard Towns, James Cannon, John Ellinton, Charles McGee, John Wadkins, Charles Mabry, Isaac Marshall, Philemon Hawkins, Richard Pattishall, John Featherson, Alexander Nicholls, James Ellington, Abraham Mayfield, Thomas Butsill & Ben.} He appeared on the census in 1790 in Warren County, NC.115 He was named in the Will of Phillip Burford as a Witness on 30 Jun 1795 in Warren County, NC.98
Isaac and Mary Marshall sold their claim to a negro now in possession of Margaret Burford on 24 Aug 1797 in Warren County, NC.116 He appeared on the census in 1800 in Warren County, NC.117 He was named in the as a Wit. in Suit Phil Burford Admr. vs Margaret Burford (2 day & 16 miles) on 4 May 1801 in Warren County, NC.118 He was named in the Acct sale of Est. of Jesse Bell, Sr., decd on 26 Sep 1805 in Warren County, TN.116 Isaac and family moved between 1808 and 1809 to Iredell County, NC.119 This is based on information that Franklin Eleazer was born in Warren County, NC and Theophilus born in Iredell County, NC. Also, he witnessed a deed in May 1809 in Iredell County, NC.
He was named in the Land transaction between Samuel White to James Mitchel as a witness, on 11 May 1809 in Iredell County, NC.119 He was named in the Land transaction between John McClain & James Mitchell, as a witness. on 5 Jul 1811 in Iredell County, NC. He began drawing Revolutionary War Pension on 19 Nov 1821 in Iredell County, NC. He was named as a witness in the Deed, where Henry Foote of Warren County, NC sold to Robert Guartney, on 26 Sep 1823 in Iredell County, NC.119 Land he later bought from his son William Marshall was mentioned in a Deed between Susanna [X] Allen to Silas Stuart on 17 Oct 1825 in Iredell County, NC. Isaac Marshall bought 24 acres 6 Dec 1826 in Iredell County, NC.119 In the will of Isaac Marshall he stated that he left his land containing about 139 acres to his son Theophilus Marshall. These two land transactions of 24 acres and 115 acres total 133 acres.119

He signed a will on 27 Mar 1839 in Iredell County, NC. He died on 17 Apr 1839 in Iredell County, NC.33 Isaac Marshall died a month after his will was made. He was buried after 17 Apr 1839 in Snow Creek, Iredell County, NC. He is reported to be buried at Snow Creek, Iredell County, NC.

He married Mary FOOTE on 11 Jun 1785 in Warren County, NC. A copy of Marriage Bond is on file including date of marriage, Bondsman, William Beckham.
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Notes from Carolyn M. Getting [SMTP:jgetting@ix dot netcom.com]
1. He had a religion about 1761 in Iredell County, NC. (7) Methodist

2. Military: Between 17 May 1777-1770, Virginia. (2) 1777, May 22;
Virginia; Cont'l Line; He was appointed to rank of Sergeant on
enlistment. July, 1778, when he was exchanged he enlisted for the
duration of the War. His rate of pay was in the beginning 2£ a month, or
$8.00. Then it went to $10.00 a month or 3 pounds.

****From the National Archives-Revolutionary War Pension files****
Marshall, Isaac; Marshall Mary Number W3842
"State of North Carolina Court of pleafs and quarter, Iredell County"
On this the 22nd day of February 1821 personally appeared in open Court
being a Court of Record for said County, Isaac Marshall aged Sixty Years,
resident in said County who being first duly sworn according to said,
doth on his oath declare that he served in the Revolutionary War as
follows; That he enlisted on the 17 May 1777 with Capt. Peter Jones in
the 14th Virginia Regiment commanded by Col. Davis under whom he served
untill was taken prisoner at the Battle of Germantown, Oct 4, 1777 and
remained a prisoner about 11 months where he was exchanged and that he
enlisted for the War about December 1778 with Lieutenant David Walker in
the 10th Virginia Regiment commanded by Col. Richard Parker. That this
Regiment was detached from Petersburg in the year 1779 and he continued
to serve in it untill the 12th May 1780 when he was taken prisoner on the
Capitulation of Charleston and remained a prisoner till the year 1781
when he escaped from the British and returned to the service of his
Country under General Pickens where he continued to serve untill about
the 21st July 1781 as a Lieutenant in the South Carolina State Line
commanded by Col Samuel Hammond Junior when he resigned his commission
and returned home that he served in the battle of Germantown, Brandewine,
The Siege of Savannah, Siege of Charleston, Golphinton (Comment: GALPHIN
FORD, Georgia, 21 May 1781), Greason's (Comment: GRIERSON FORT, Georgia, 24 May 1781) & Brown’s, in and near Augustus as appears by his original declaration before the honourable Henry Sinevell on the 2nd of November 1818.
And I do solemnly Swear that I was a resident Citizen of the United
States on the 18th March 1818 and that I have not since that time by
gift, Sale or in any manner disposed of my property or any part thereof
with intent thereby to diminish it as to bring myself within the
provisions of an act of Congrefs entitled in Act to provide for certain
persons engaged in the Land and Naval Service of the United States in the
Revolutionary War, pafsed on the 18th day of March 1818 and that I have
not nor had any person in trust for me any property or securities,
contracts or debts due me other than what is continued in the Schedule
hereto annexed and by me subscribed except necessary clothing & bedding
for myself and family."

An inventory of personal items followed. Balance not transcribed.
****14th VIRGINIA REGIMENT LINEAGE
[Wright, Continental Army, p. 291]
Authorized 16 September 1776 in the Continental Army as the 14th Virginia Regiment
Assigned 27 December 1776 to the Main Army
Organized 12 February 1777 to consist of ten companies from Halifax,
Pittsylvania, Hanover, Bedford, Albemarle, Fincastle, Dinwiddie, Prince
George, Goochland, Louisa, Charlotte, and Lunenburg Counties.
Assigned 22 May 1777 to the 2d Virginia Brigade, an element of the Main Army
Reorganized 1 November 1777 to consist of eight companies
Relieved 22 July 1778 from the 2d Virginia Brigade and assigned to the

1st Virginia Brigade, an element of the Main Army
Reorganized and redesignated 12 May 1779 as the 10th Virginia Regiment,
to consist of nine companies
Relieved 4 December 1779 from the 1st Virginia Brigade and assigned to the Southern Department
Captured 12 May 1780 by the British Army at Charleston, South Carolina
Disbanded 1 January 1781
ENGAGEMENTS
[Wright, Continental Army, p. 292]
Northern New Jersey
Defense of Philadelphia
Philadelphia-Monmouth
Charleston 1780

3. Misc: 1777, Virginia. (8) Revolutionary War - Daughters of American Revolution (DAR) #0760281

4. Military: 11 Sep 1777, Brandywine, PA. (2, 9)

5. Military: 4 Oct 1777, Germantown, PA. (2, 9)

6. Military: Jul 1778, White Plains, NY. (10) 1778, Jul; Company Muster
Roll, dated Aug 4, 1778 for the Month of July, 1778 at White Plains,
(NY?); "Taken prisoner October 4, 1777--Exchanged July."

7. Military: 24 Dec 1778, Virginia. (2) 1778, Dec 24; Company Muster
Roll for Oct, 1778, Roll dated Dec 24, 1778 says "on Furlough" one
muster roll says, "on Furlough in Virginia." Yet another states furlough
expired April 15, 1779, and he is assumed to be with General Scott
"southward." In Oct, 1778 he enlisted for the duration of the war. His
enlistment status is noted on several muster rolls, prior to exchange it
noted 3 years. A pay roll record, dated July, 1778 shows him receiving
back pay in the amount of 24 pounds 12 pence stating "Left out from ye
4th October, 1777 to July, 1778." Muster Roll for June, 1777, dated July
1, 1779 at Smith's Clove, states " on furlow, expired 15 April. Suposed
with General Scott southward."

8. Misc: 14 Dec 1781, Warren County, NC. Deed of William Brintle to John Ballard:
1781, Dec 14; Warren County, NC.
William Brintle to John Ballard; L10,000 for 40 acs. at mouth of Allen
Springs Branch down Hawkins Cr. Signed. Witnessed by Richard and Isaac
Marshall and William Ballard. Recorded 29 March 1784. Vol. 8, p. 3;
Warren County Deed, 1776-1783, Film # 0020067; Transcribed by Judi
Dyckman, at adept@wport dot com).

9. He appeared on the census between 1784-1787 in North Carolina. (11)
1784-1787 NC State Census; Part of Capt. Moses' District: John
Patterson, Dudley Ballard, John Fann, John Ellis, Jr., Susannah Ellis,
Hailey Talley, William Hansell, Simon Duke, Alexander Nicols, Hicks
Ellis, Richard Talley,** Isaac Marshall (one male and one female),**
Margaret Shearin(mother-in-law), William Foot, Joseph Garriott, Starling
Talley, David Tommas, William Duke, Elizabeth Murphe, Jemimah Robbertson,
Wilmoth Partrick, Richard Towns, James Towns, William Russell, William
Ellis, Sr., George Allen, Sr., Jesse Wright, Jonathan Solman, Jesse
Ellis, David King, Sr., Wiatt Ballard, William Ballard, Catherine
Ballard, Henry Blover, John Towns, John Pettway, Anthony Beard, George
Harrison, Abner Powell,** Richard Marshall (four males and four
females)**, Hugh Johnston, Wood King, Anthony King, Mournin Ballard,
Cudbeth King, Dwelley Darnal, Joseph Renn, Sarah Ballard, David Towns,
John Pitts Beasley, James White, Joseph Jeffress, Thomas Ivans, William
Cavendar

10. Misc: Estate Sale of John Towns:, 6 Mar 1788, Warren County, NC. (12)
WB 6, Pg 26; Aug Ct. 1791.
Sale Est. John Towns, decd, by John May, James Towns, Extrs. Purchasers:
William Neil(sic) Norsworthy, Nathaniel James Towns, David Towns, Joel
Fain, Simon Duke, Frances Towns, George Allin, Joshau Maby, Daniel
Thomas, Charles Davis, Anthony King, Charles Hicks, William World, Samuel
Walker, Lewis Patrick, Richard Towns, James Cannon, John Ellinton,
Charles McGee, John Wadkins, Charles Mabry,** Isaac Marshall**, Philemon
Hawkins, Richard Pattishall, John Featherson, Alexander Nicholls, James
Ellington, Abraham Mayfield, Thomas Butsill & Ben.

11. He appeared on the census in 1790 in Warren County, NC. (13)
Halifax Dist.
Marshall, Isaac, 3,0,2,0,0 (Three Males over age of 16 including HH, 2 females.)
This census records is somewhat confusing. At this time, there were
three males (sons) under age 16 that should have been in the household.
It would appear, that perhaps the boys were staying somewhere else, and
there were others in the household at the time. Perhaps on a visit.
There are always possible situations that might have been present to make
this census correct as shown and there is always the possibility that the
record was in error. The answer will perhaps never be known.

12. Misc: Will of Phillip Burford as a Witness., 30 Jun 1795, Warren County, NC. (14)
(Note: Phillip Burford was his father-in-law at the time, as Mary
Foote's mother Margaret (Colclough) Foote Shearin, had remarried Phillip
Burford.)

13. Misc: Bill of sale from Phillip Burford:, Feb 1796, Warren County, NC. (15)
Warren Minutes 1793-1800, Feb. Ct. 1796, Pg 84b; **Isaac Marshall proves
bill of sale from Phillip Burford to Phillip T. Burford."

14. Misc: Sale of their claim to a Negro, 24 Aug 1797, Warren County, NC. (12)
1797, Aug 24; Warren County, NC; WB 9 Pg 207 Aug 24, 17, Aug Ct. 1797.
Isaac Marshall & Mary, his wife to Henry Foote & Benj. Bell. Sale of
their claim to a negro now in possession of Margaret Burford. Wit:
Sterling King (Jurat)

15. He appeared on the census in 1800 in Warren County, NC. (16) Pg 820-
3 males under age of 10,
2 males of 10, and under 16,
0 males of 16 & under 26,
1 male of 26 & under 45, including Head of Household(Isaac),
3 females under age 10,
0 females 10 & under 16,
0 females 16 & under 26,
1 female of 26, & under 45(Mary)

16. Misc: Witness in the Suit of Phil Burford, 4 May 1801, Warren County, NC. (17)
Warren Ct. Minutes-Aug 1800-Aug 1805
Isaac Marshall, wit. in suit Phil Burford admr vs Margaret Burford
charges 2 days & 16 miles riding. (Phillip Burford's son, Phil Burford
was sueing, widow Margaret.)

17. Misc: Estate Sale of Ralph Neal, 6 Dec 1804, Warren County, NC. (12) WB 13, p. 23, Feb. Ct. 1805.
Acct sale Est. Ralph Neal, decd., by Brooks Neal, Estr. Names: Ralph
Neal, Brookes Neal, Elizabeth Neal, Dicke Neal, Jack Neal, William White,
William Ellis, Green Worsham, Jonathan King, Richard Ellis, James White,
John Starke, John Neal, John Smith, Edmond Webb, George Smith, Charles
King, Edmund Towns, James Durham, Jacob Lisher, Reuben Baxter, Reuben
Patrick, Stephen Neal, Joe Goodman, Rolly Langford, Robert Johnson, Isaac
Marshall, Eleazer Marshall, Zachriah Wright, William Colclough.

18. Misc: Estate Sale of Jesse Bell, Sr., 26 Sep 1805, Warren County, TN. (12) WB 14, p. 81, Aug. Ct. 1807.
Acct sale of Est. of Jesse Bell, Sr., decd, by Charles & Jesse Bell,
Extrs. Names: John Baxter, son of Nat; Joseph Shearin, son of Charles;
Joseph Shearin, son of Mos.; Benjamin Colclough, Henry Foote, Jacob Bell,
Jesse Bell, Benjamin Bell, Thos. Bell, John Neal, Thos. Allen, Wm.
Worrell, Lewis Ellis, Abraham Acre, Kemp Plummer, David Asslin, Willis
White, James Harris, Charles King, Charles Bell, Thos. Worrell, Matthew
Mabry, Jonathan King, William White, Stephen Ellis, Samuel Walker, David
Slaiter, John Balthrop, John Pegram, Abrahm Clanton, Ransome Kimbell,
Seth Perkinson, Gideon H. Macon, James G. Brehon, Drury Thompson, Isaac
Marshall, Charles Wortham, William Colclough, Samuel Stevenson, Britain
Nichollson, Zachariah Shearin, George Norsworthy, John Laughter, Sr.,
Robert R. Johnson, Nathaniel Baxter, William Laughter & Thomas Paschall.

19. Land Records: 1808-1809, Iredell County, NC. (18) DB G: Page 133.
Samuel White to James Mitchel. For the sum of &100, 99 1/2 acres, Lying
on waters of South Yadkin River. Signed: Samuel White. Witness: Henry
Marshall and Isaac Marshall (jurat). Proved May 1809. Registered Aug 15, 1809.

20. Misc: Deed from John McClain to James Mitchell , 5 Jul 1811, Iredell County, NC. (18) DB G, p. 511.
John McClaine to James Mitchell: $350 for 140 acres on South Yadkin River
bounded by land formerly owned by Scott and now owned by Mitchell,
Sharpe, and William Lackey. Witt: Isaac Marshall, James Campbell.

21. Misc: Revolutionary War Pension, 19 Nov 1821, Iredell County, NC. (2, 19) NC Pension Roll of 1835
Isaac Marshall; Iredell Co.; Private; VA Cont'l Line; $96.00 Annual; $1,251.14 Amt Rec'd;
Nov 19, 1821 Pension Started; 73. (Age 73 in 1835)

22. Misc: May 1823, Warren County, NC. (20)
**Isaac Marshall enlisted with Capt. Peter Jones. This is placed here to
give more history on the Revolutionary War, and who Peter Jones was.**
"Records of Estates Warren County, North Carolina 1805-1833 Volume II"
by David B. Gammon. Pg. 33 #471.
Statement by Peter Jones, a resident of Warran County, aged 76 years
(May Ct., 1823): He served in the Revolutionary War and took command as
Lieutenent in a company commanded by Capt. John Jones in the fall of
1775. He also served in a regiment commanded by Col. Mordecei
Buckner(?). On January 1, 1777 he took command of a company as captain
under Col. William Davis and in 1779 the said Jones marched to the siege
of Savannah under Col. Richard Parker. Afterwards he returned to the
siege of Cornwallis at York, Virginia and continued until the surrender.
All his military service was performed in the line of the state of
Virginia on the Continental establishment. He hereby states that he owns
no land and very little property. He further states that he conveyed his
only Negro to William Hicks in trust for Henry Fitts, March 8, 1822. His
family consists of three persons-himself, a daughter named Sintha
Jones(age 24) and a Negro Ephraim(age 36). A subsequent disposition
(Feb. Ct., 1824) reveals he also fought at the battle of Monmoth(?),
that his only daughter (about age 21 or 22) living with him.

23. Misc: Deed of Henry Foote of Warren County, NC, 26 Sep 1823, Iredell County, NC. (18)
DB L: Pg 487.
Henry Foote of Warren County, NC to Robert Guartneryt. For the sum of $650,
a tract of land lying on South Yadkin River, on Hankins Branch, joining
Patterson's old line, John Lund and Anthony Lawson, containing 293 acres.
Conveyed to William Kinedy in three different deeds, two from Reynold
Allen, Aug 28, 1801 and the other from John Keeton and John Pale? Mar 27, 1803.
Signed: Henry Foote. Witness: Isaac Marshall and William M.
Allen, jurat. Proved May 1824. Registered Sep 27, 1824.

24. Misc: Deed from Susanna Allen to Silas Stuart, land of William
Marshall mentioned, 17 Oct 1825, Iredell County, NC. (18) DB M, Pg 357.
Susanna [X] Allen to Silas Stuart: $300 for 124 acres on Rocky Creek
bounded by McCurdy, Milton Campbell, and William Marshall, being land
where Reynold Allen lived at his death which then descended to Susanna.
Witt: Robert G. Martin, Joel Redman.

25. Land Records: 6 Dec 1826, Iredell County, NC. (18) Deed from William
Marshall to Isaac Marshall:
1826, Dec 6; Iredell County, NC; DB O Pg 208.
William Marshall to Isaac Marshall. For the sum of $214, a tract of
land lying on waters of little Rocky Creek, joining Griffith, William
McCurdy, James McCurdy, McBroom, containing 115 acres. Being two tracts
of land conveyed to John Allen, one by Reynold Allen's heirs Sep 3, 1812
and the other by Edward Griffith Dec 1, 1812 and by said John Allen to
said William Marshall. Signed: William X Marshall. Witness: David Orr
and Milton Campbell, jurat. Proved Feb. 1830. Registered Feb 25, 1830.

26. Land Records: 6 Dec 1826, Iredell County, NC. (18) Deed from William
Jordan to Isaac Marshall:
1826, Dec 6; Iredell County, NC; DB O: Pg 195.
William Jordan to Isaac Marshall. For the sum of 18, a tract of land
joining said Marshall, Stewart, containing 24 acres. Part of a tract
granted by the State to Robert Griffith, by him to Edward Griffith, by
his heirs to said William Jordan. Signed: William Jordan. Witness:
David Orr and M. Campbell, jurat. Proved Feb. 1830. Registered Feb 23, 1830.

27. He appeared on the census in 1830 in Iredell County, NC.

28. He signed a will on 27 Mar 1839 in Iredell County, NC. (21) Mar 27, 1839; Iredell County, NC
Will of Isaac Marshall:
In the name of God Amen. I Isaac Marshall of Iredell County State of
North Carolina, being at this time weak in Body but of Sound and
disposing mind, on this 27th day of March, 1839, do make and publish this
to be my last will and Testiment in manner and form following(to wit)
**First I will that all my Just debts and funeral Expences be paid.
**Second I will all my Estate both real and personal not herein after
named to my beloved wife Mary Marshall to use and dispose of for the
maintainance of herself and family during her natural life.
**Third I will and bequeath to my daughter Margaret Marshall, a heifer about three years old.
**Fourth I will and bequeath to my son Eleazer Marshall after the death
of my wife, one Bed and Furniture.
**Fifth I will to Son Theophilus Marshall after the death of my wife, my
Tract of Land thereon I now live, Supposed to Contain One Hundred and
thirty nine acres, also one bed and furniture, and what Stock of all
description may then remain. and all my Farming tools and all my
household and Kitchen furniture not previously disposed of by my wife in
her life time.
**Sixth I hereby nominate and appoint, my son Theopulius Marshall my
Excecutor to carry this my last will and testiment into effect.
In testimony whereof I have - made and published this to be my last will
and testiment the day and date above enter.
In the presence of Isaac X Marshall
Milton Campbell, Jurat Mark
Franklin Sprinkle

29. Misc: 9 Mar 1883, Statesville, Iredell County, NC. (3) 1883, Mar 9; "The Landmark," Statesville, NC
REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS BURIED AT SNOW CREEK
A citizen of Sharpesburg township has furnished us with the following
list of soldier of the revolutionary war whose bones repose in Snow Creek
grave-yard:
Robert Boyd, Capt. William Feimster, Capt. Joseph Sharpe, James Sharpe,
William Sharpe, ("Lawyer Billy"), James McHargue, John McHargue, Jas.
Callahan, Thomas Moore, Samuel Wilson, David White, Adam Laurence,
William Hardin, Peter Claywell, James King, John King, Ned Burton,
William Bone, Robert Dobson, Valentine Tucker.
Isaac Marshall, William Woodsides and John Luck, also soldiers of the
Revolution, lie buried in private burying grounds near Snow Creek.
Of the above Peter Claywell was at the battle of Guilford Court House;

James John and William Sharpe were in the battle of Kings' Mountain; Ned
Burton and John Luck were at the surrender at Yorktown; John McHargue was
wounded, captured and paroled, came home, took small-pox and died; James
King was in the skirmish at Cowan's Ford and James Callahan was in the battle of Camden.
There are buried at Snow Creek, also, several soldiers of the war of 1812
and a number of Confederates, among the latter the gallant and
distinguished Reuben P. Campbell, Colonel of the Seventh North Carolina
regiment. The majority of the graves of these soldiers are unmarked save
by rude stones, and the gentleman who has given us the above names and
facts accompanies them with the patriotic suggestion that the descendants
or other relatives of these heroes should unite and have raised in Snow
Creek graveyard, a monument, if it be of no more costly material than
granite, to the memory of the soldiers of these three wars who are buried
there. We concur very heartily in the suggestion and have no doubt that
the funds necessary for the erection of a suitable shaft could easily be
raised if some one would but take the initiative in the matter." 
Marshall, Isaac (I004910)
 
56417 Carol Getting's information is as follows http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~cgetting/d2753.htm#P8387

Mary FOOTE33 was born in 1767 in Bute County, NC.33 Statement filed in State of North Carolina, Iredell County, NC on the 22 day of August 1843, Mary Marshall gave her age as 76. Calculation gives her year of birth 1767. Her estate was probated in Oct 1785 in Warren County, NC.123 Warren County, NC
Mary Marshall was named in the following records which prove her parents as Henry Foote and Margaret (Colclough) Foote. {Warren Minutes 1783-1787, Oct. Ct. 1785 p. 112, Ordered that John Wright, Isaac Acre and William Noyal Norsworthy divide and set apart one child's part for Mary Marshall agreeable to the last will of Henry Foote, dec'd.} She was named in the will, this probate record of her father, and then the 1819 Division of Slaves. She was named in division in the Est. of Henry Foote of Negros, in the month of Oct 1785 in Warren County, NC.123 "A share of the Est. of Henry Foote is allotted to Mary Marshall She was named in the Division of Negros between heirs of Henry A. Foote. on 2 Mar 1819 in Warren County, NC."124
Mary signed a will on 10 Apr 1846 in Iredell County, NC. 120 Mary Marshall died on 24 Nov 1849 in Iredell County, NC. 33 122
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Notes from Carolyn M. Getting [SMTP:jgetting@ix dot netcom.com]
See Carol for details on 13 children.

Born: 1767 - Bute County, NC (1)
Baptized:
Died: 24 Nov 1849 - Iredell County, NC (1, 6, 7)
Buried:
Father: Henry Alexander Foote Sr. (1738-Aft 1775) (1)
Mother: Margaret Colclough (1745-Aft 1823) (1)

1. She signed a will on 10 Apr 1846 in Iredell County, NC. (22)
In the name of God Amen. I Mary Marshall of the County of Iredell &
State of North Carolina being of Sound and disposing mind & Memory on
this 10th day of April 1846 do make and publish this my last will and
Testament - in manner and form of the following (to Wit)
Item 1st I will, that all my Just debts and funeral charges be paid-
Item 2nd I will and bequeath to my Frend (sic) Milton Campbell, my negro
boy Silas, to him and his heirs forever, In trust that he may at his
discretion permit and allow my son Theophilus Marshall & his heirs to
have the use and Labour of the said Boy Silas and if requested by the
Said Theophilus, to make him a full and complete title to the Said boy,
provided my said Trustee shall think it best to do so, & my interest in a
piece of Land secured to me by, J. F. Marshall
Item 3rd I will and bequeath that what ever prCash I may have at the time
of my death or whatevery may be due me be equally divided between my son,
Eleazer & Theophilus Marshall and my Daughters Hetha Stewart & Margaret Marshall.
Item 4th I desire that my son Theophilus Marshall be executor to this my
last will & Testament. In Witness whereof I hereunto set my hand and
Seal this date above written.
Signed & Sealed in the Presence of-
M. Campbell
Bartld Goodin Junr Mary X Marshall
Richard Hendsen
**Codicil:
In addition to my former will I desire that my daughter Elizabeth Farrel
shall have an equal share of my waring apparal and my bed clothing and in
what money I may leave, with those of my children mentioned in my will, I
also will that my son Eleazer, shall have my trunk in addition to what I
have left him in my said Will.
I make the foregoing as a part of my last will and testement. August 31, 1849
Signed in the presence of M. Campbell, Jurat
Margaret Campbell Mary X Marshall

2. Misc: Division of Negros between heirs of Henry Foote, 2 Mar 1819,
Warren County, NC. (23)
WB 22, Pg 166.
Division of negroes given up to legatees of Henry Foote, dec'd by
Margaret Burford, widow of Henry Foote according to will of said
deceased. Divided among; Frances Powell, Mary Marshall, Elizabeth Moss,
Henry Foote, Beheathland Bell, Catherine Shearin. Divided by Henry Fitts,
William Hicks & Charles King.

3. Misc: Est. of Henry Foote, Mary Foote received Child's share, Oct
1785, Warren County, NC. (24)
Records of Estates, Warren County, NC Vol I, Pg 8, #88
Henry Foote, Estate divided (no details, Oct. Ct., 1783. Account currenty
by Margaret Shearin, Oct. Ct., 1783. A child's part was allotted to Mary
Marshall, Oct. Ct., 1785. Division of estate( no details), Jan. Ct., 1786.

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children
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1 John F. Marshall (2)
Born: 23 Jun 1786 - Warren County, NC (1, 2)
Baptized:
Died: Between 1850-1860 - Alexander County, NC (1, 7)
Buried:
Spouse: Henrietta "Ritter" Duncan (Abt 1802-Aft 1880) (1, 25)
Marr. Date: 2 Nov 1818 - Granville County, NC (1, 26)
Spouse:
Marr. Date:

1. Marr Bond: 2 Nov 1818, Granville County, NC. (26)

2. Land Records: Deed frm John F. and wife "Ritter" Marshall, 14 Aug
1819, Mecklenburg County, Virginia. (27)
DB 18, Pg 76.
John F. Marshall and Ritter Marshall his wife (formerly Ritter Duncan) of
Warren County, NC to William Taylor of Mecklenburg: $480 for 50 acres in
Mecklenburg on Mill Creek and bounded by lands of William Taylor and the
State line between NC and VA, which said 40 acres is the east part of the
mansion house tract of land that John Duncan died possessed of and
(given) to the grantors by commissioners appointed by Mecklenburg Co. to
divide the estate of John Duncan dec'd among his heirs. Witt: Richard
Russell, Phil Hawkins, S. H. Hanks, Lewis Read.

2 Henry Foote Marshall (1, 14)
Born: 2 Dec 1787 - Warren County, NC (1, 2)
Baptized:
Died: Abt Feb 1869 - Monroe County, TN (1)
Buried:
Spouse: Rebecca Griffith (1789-Bet 1860) (1, 14)
Marr. Date: Abt 1814 - Iredell County, NC (14)
Spouse:
Marr. Date:


1. Misc: Witnessed a Deed for Samuel White to James Mitchell:, 11 May
1809, Iredell County, NC. (18) Iredell County, NC; DB G, Pg 133.
Samuel White to James Mitchel. For the sum of &100, 99 1/2 acres, Lying
on waters of South Yadkin River. Signed: Samuel White. Witness: Henry
Marshall and Isaac Marshall (jurat). Proved May 1809; Reg. Aug 15, 1809.

2. Military: Served In the War of 1812 from, Iredell County, NC.
War of 1812.

3 William B. Marshall (1, 2)
Born: 26 Sep 1789 - Warren County, NC (1)
Baptized:
Died: 21 Apr 1857 - Mt. Vernon, Monroe County, TN (1, 40)
Buried: Aft 21 Apr 1857 - Eleazer Cemetery M. E., Monroe County, TN (1)
Spouse: Mary Anne Martin (Abt 1796-Aft 1880) (1)
Marr. Date: 6 Jan 1817 - Wilkes County, NC (1, 41)
Spouse:
Marr. Date:

4 Ginsey (Jane) Marshall (2)
Born: 4 Apr 1792 - Warren County, NC (2)
Baptized:
Died: Aft 1870 (1)
Buried:
Spouse: Joel Shoemaker (Abt 1786-Aft 1850) (1, 7, 45)
Marr. Date: Abt 1816 (1)
Spouse:
Marr. Date:

5 Joseph Marshall (2)
Born: 19 Apr 1793 - Warren County, NC (2)
Baptized:
Died: Aft 1860 - Tennessee (7)
Buried:
Spouse: Mary Hoss (Abt 1791- )
Marr. Date: 2 Apr 1820 - Washington County, TN (46)
Spouse:
Marr. Date:

6 Margaret Marshall (2)
Born: Apr 1795 - Warren County, NC (2)
Baptized:
Died: Aft 1880 - Iredell County, NC (7)
Buried:
Spouse: Never Married

1. She was living 1880, in Iredell County, NC. (1, 50) 1880, Jun 8; Iredell
County, NC; Sharpsville TWP; Living with Theophilus Marshall, her brother
Theopulis in 1880.

7 Beheathland "Hethey" Marshall (1, 2)
Born: 14 May 1796 (2)
Baptized:
Died: Aft 1880 (50)
Buried:
Spouse: Robert "Robin" Stuart (Abt 1796-Bef 1841) (1)
Marr. Date: Aft 1812 (1)
Spouse:
Marr. Date:

1. AKA: (1)Hetha Marshall
1850 Iredell County, NC Census, as Hetha Stuart-52.
2. AKA: (1)Hester Marshall
3. She appeared on the census on 11 Sep 1850 in Iredell County, NC. (52)
#730 #740
Hetha Stuart, 52, F, NC
Theos Marshall, 39, M, Constable, NC
Clarisa Marshall, 35, F, NC
Mary J. F., 6, F, NC
Thomas M. L. Marshall, 2, M, NC
Ramos D. Marshall, 8/12, M, NC
Margaret Marshall, 53, F, NC

4. She had a residence on 4 Jun 1880 in Sharpsburg, Iredell County, NC. (1, 50)
Living with William A. & Mary McLelland family. Mary was Mary J. F.
Marshall, daughter of Theophilus Marshall. Hetha Stuart, was an Aunt to
Mary McLelland.


8 George Marshall (2)
Born: 7 Nov 1798 - Warren County, NC (2)
Baptized:
Died: Abt 1840 - Iredell County, NC (1)
Buried:
Spouse: Elizabeth I. (Abt 1805-Aft 1880) (1)
Marr. Date: Abt 1824 - North Carolina (1)
Spouse:
Marr. Date:

1. Misc: Witness on Deed from Robert G. Martin to Letty Martin, 24 May
1824, Iredell County, NC. (18)
DB L, Pg 579.
Robert G. Martin to Letty Martin: $100 for all interest and title as
legatee of my father Solomon Martin in 201 acres where my mother now
lives adjoining Widow Williams. Also 100 acres conveyed to Solomon Martin
by John Little on Rocky Creek. Also 150 acres which Solomon Martin
purchased from Benjamin Ball on Rocky Creek adjoining Milsaps. Witt:
William [X] Marshall, George Marshall.

2. Misc: Witness on Deed from Robert G. Martin to Tilly Martin, 24 May
1824, Iredell County, NC. (18)
1824, May 24; Iredell County, NC; DB L, p. 58.
Robert G. Martin to Tilly Martin: $50 for 50 acres on Rocky Creek joining
Samuel Williams. Witt: William [X] Marshall, George Marshall.

3. Misc: Witness on Deed fromJoseph Sharpe to Seia Sharpe, 20 Jan 1829,
Iredell County, NC. (18)
DB N, p. 443.
Joseph Sharpe to Seia Sharpe: $200 for 207 acres near the top of Round

Top Mountain on Cove Gap Road bounded by McCardy, John Laurence, and
Looper, being part of two tracts of 320 acres each granted to Joseph
Sharp. Witt: George Marshall, Milton Campbell.

9 Richard Marshall (2)
Born: 25 Oct 1800 - Warren County, NC (2)
Baptized:
Died: Between Mar 1852 and 10 May 1856 - South Carolina (1, 53)
Buried:
Spouse: Lucinda (1815- ) (1)
Marr. Date: Abt 1832 (1)
Spouse:
Marr. Date:

1. Misc: 6 Oct 1826, Iredell County, NC. (18)
Posts a $75 pony as security for Debt:
1826, Oct 6; Iredell County, NC; DB M, Pg 720.
Richard Marshall to A. J. Worke: Richard posts $75 pony as sec. for $20
debt owed Worke by Jan. 1, 1827. Witt: Alpho Worke.

2. Moved To: Bef 1849, South Carolina. (1)

3. Prison: Mar 1852, Sumpter Dist, SC. (1)
He was still living and age 23 in Sumter Dist SC, Mar 1852. Convicted of
man slaughter of John A. Colclough, who was a 2nd cousin to Richard
Marshall. According to records John A. Colclough attempted to intervene
between Richard and his wife, when Richard was beating her, and in the
struggle, John was killed. In 1860 Lucinda, his wife and children are in
Monroe County, TN, with brothers of Richard Marshall, and their families.

10 Thomas W. Marshall (2)
Born: 15 Jun 1802 - Warren County, NC (2)
Baptized:
Died: Bef 1849 (2)
Buried:
Spouse:
Marr. Date:

1. Tax List: 1836, Monroe County, TN. (54) 1836; Monroe County, TN; Tax List:
Tho Marshall-12th District -double poll 1, St. 25 Total $1.00


11 Elizabeth Marshall (2)
Born: 25 Jun 1804 - Warren County, NC (2)
Baptized:
Died: 30 Oct 1878 - McMinn County, TN (1)
Buried: Aft 30 Oct 1878 - Mt. Zion Meth. Cemetery, Meigs County, TN (1)
Spouse: John Farrell (Bet 1790-Bef 1850) (1)
Marr. Date: 1 Aug 1824 - Iredell County, NC (1)
Spouse:
Marr. Date:

12 Franklin Eleazor Marshall (2, 55)
Born: 31 Mar 1808 - Warren County, NC (2)
Baptized:
Died: Aft Jun 1900 - Gilmer County, GA (55)
Buried:
Spouse: Mary Rebecca Willson (Abt 1810- ) (1, 55)
Marr. Date: 27 Nov 1837 - Iredell County, NC (1)
Spouse:
Marr. Date:

1. AKA: He went by Eli, Gilmer County, GA. Per Donna Burch, he was known by
family as Eli.

2. Moved To: Abt Oct 1850, Gordon County, GA. (7) 1850, Abt Oct; Gordon
County, GA; Moved from Iredell County, NC; Myra was 3 months old on 1850
census, shown born in NC, so this family moved in Sep or Oct in 1850 to Georgia.

3. He appeared on the census on 30 Nov 1850 in Gordon County, GA. (56)
12th district, HH#320; Nov 30, 1850
Marshall, Eleazar, 42, NC
Marshall, Rebecca, 40, NC
Marshall, Mary Jane, 12, NC
Marshall, Martha A., 11, NC
Marshall, Robert H., 9, NC
Marshall, John W., 8, NC
Marshall, Nancy A. C., 5, NC
Marshall, Margaret, 3, NC
Marshall, Myra, 3/12, NC

4. He had a residence in 1856 in Georgia. (2) May 10th, 1856; Georgia.
Letter from Pension, signed by M. Campbell, children listed as follows:
Theophilus Marshall
John F. Marshall
Margaret Marshall
Makethen (Beheathland) Stewart, widow
Jane Shoemaker
Henry Marshall
Wm Marshall
Joseph Marshall
Elizabeth Farrell, widow
Eleazer Marshall, Georgia

5. He appeared on the census on 1 Aug 1860 in Fannin County, GA. (57)
801-80, , Aug 14, 1860
Marshall, Elligin 51, M, Farmer, 100, 350, NC **This is Eleazer Marshall
b 1808
Marshall, Rebecca, 49, F, Keepinghouse, NC
Marshall, Martha, 20, F, House Keeper, NC
Marshall, Robert, 19, M, Farm Hand, NC
Marshall, John, 17, M, Farm Hand, NC
Marshall, Nancy 14, F, NC
Marshall, Sarah I., 8, F, GA
Marshall, Cinthia, 5, F, GA

6. He appeared on the census in 1870 in Fannin County, GA. (58)
#339 #338
Marshall, Eleazer, 62, M, W, Farmer, NC
Marshall, Rebecca, 60, F, W, Keeping House, NC
Marshall, Sarah, 17, F, W, Works on Farm, GA
Marshall, Cinthia, 15, F, W, Works on Farm, GA

7. He appeared on the census in 1880 in Fannin County, GA. (59)
Noontootla
Ely MARSHEL Self M Male W 72 NC Farmer VA VA Rebecca MARSHEL Wife M
Female W 70 NC Keeping House NC NC


13 Theophilus Marshall (2)
Born: 13 Dec 1810 - Iredell County, NC (2)
Baptized:
Died: 14 Mar 1902 - Sharpesburg, Iredell County, NC (1)
Buried: Aft 14 Mar 1902 - Mountain View United Methodist Church
Cemetery,
Iredell County, NC (1, 60)
Spouse: Clarissa M. Moore (1814-1903) (1)
Marr. Date: Abt 1843 - North Carolina (7)
Spouse:
Marr. Date:

1. He appeared on the census in 1850 in Iredell County, NC. (52)
#730-740, Sept 11, 1850
Stuart, Hetha, 52, F, NC
Marshall, Theos, 39, M, Constable, NC
Marshall, Clarisa, 35, F, NC
Marshall, Mary J. F., 6, F, NC
Marshall, Thomas M. L., 2, M, NC
Ramos D. Marshall, 8/12, M, NC
Margaret Marshall, 53, F, NC

2. He appeared on the census in 1860 in Iredell County, NC. (61)
#423-404
Marshall, T., 49, M, Farmer, $1,150, $900
Marshall, Clarissa, 47, F, Wife
Marshall, Margaret, 63, F, sister
Stewart, Behethlin, 63, F, widow
Marshall, Mary, 15, F
Marshall, Thomas M., 13, M
Marshall, Romulus A., 12, M
Marshall, Laura L., 8, F
Marshall, Sarah L., 5, F

3. He appeared on the census on 11 Aug 1870 in Iredell County, NC. (62)
Sharpsburg TWP
Marshal, Theophilus, 59, M, Farmer, RE $500, PP $600, NC
Marshal, Clarissa, 57, F, Keeping house, NC
Marshal, Mary, 25, F, at home, NC
Marshal, Thomas M., 23, M, Works on Farm, NC
Marshal, Romulus, 20, M, Works on Farm, NC
Marshal, Laura, 16, F, At home, NC
Marshal, Sarah, 15, F, At home, NC
Marshal, Heth, 73, F, NC ( Theophilus's sister Beheathland Marshall, who
was the widow of Robert Stewart,)

4. He appeared on the census on 8 Jun 1880 in Iredell County, NC. (50)
Sharpesburg TWP; Jun 8, 1880
Marshall, Theo, W, M, 69, Farmer, NC, NC, NC
Marshall, Clarissa, W, F, 67, Wife, Keep House, NC, NC, NC
Marshall, Laura L., W, F, 27, dau (single), Home, NC, NC, NC
Marshall, Margaret, W, F, 84, sis, (single) NC, NC, NC
Marshall, Flora, W, F, 1, Grandau, NC, NC, NC

5. He appeared on the census in 1900 in Iredell County, NC. (63)
Sharpsburg TWP
Marshall, Theophilus, W, M, Dec, 1810, 89
Marshall, Clarissa, W, F, Mar, 1813, 87
Marshall, Romulous A., W, M, , Sep, 1849, 50

6. His obituary was published on 14 Mar 1902 in Statesville, Iredell Co.,
NC. (3) "Newspaper Transcripts," from The Landmark, Statesville, NC.
"Theophilus Marshall, Aged nearly 92 years, died March 14, 1902,
Sharpesburg Township, Iredell Co. He was the last survivor of a family
of 14 children. He was the youngest member of the family, all of whom
lived to remarkable old ages. Survived by his wife; son, T. M. and R. A.
Marshall and Daughters, Mrs. Dorcus McLelland and Mrs. Newton Summers.

He was the uncle of J. W. Marshall of Statesville. Buried at Mountain
View Church."





 
Foote, Mary (I004911)
 
56418 Carol Mitchell carolmit@usaor dot net 2003-01-31 09:33:50
Mary (Warren) Briscoe Musgrove Stone m. 1st George Briscoe & had Sarah Briscoe who d. with will unmarried, and John Briscoe who m. Charity (Warren) Briscoe Rice his 1st cousin.
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Name: Gerry (55)Hill
Email: gerryinga@yahoo.com

Will of Sarah Briscoe-dtr of Mary
Pittsylvania Co Va Abstracts of Wills...D & W 11 P 128 Pr 20 Nov 1781 Mother Mary Stone use of my two negroes, George and Charly, during her life. At her death brother John Briscoe and his heirs..Brother Harrison Murgrove one gold ring. Remainder of estate fo Mother Mary Stone.
Wit Edward Warren, Philip Jenkins Will proved by oath of Witnesses and O R.

Son John
Witness 1771 Pittsylvania Co.,Virginia,USA
Event: John Briscoe a public claim for Rev. War supplies
Claim 1781/1783 Pittsylvania Co.,Virginia,USA

Event: Owned Land 1781 Franklin Co.,GA,USA

Event: Military 1781 2ND Lieut. In Capt. Lemuel Smith's Company,Pittsylvania Co.,VA,USA

Event: Briscoe, John White 6 Black 13 Tax 1782 Pittsylvania Co.,Virginia,USA
Residence: Between 1785-1788 Pittsylvania Co.,Virginia,USA

Event: John Brisco pd for self white 0, black 6 & 7 horses 5 cattle 12 Tax 1787 Pittsylvania Co.,Virginia,USA

Event: Lewis & Rhoda McLane 1,000a N Fork Broad R. adj. Lewis McLaine, Tarondet's, Wilkes Co line, Benjamin Smith, Richard Foxes.
Wit. Ben Baldwin, John T Sankey, John Cargell Deed 11 APR 1795 Franklin Co.,GA,USA

Residence: 1795 Pittsylvania Co.,Virginia,USA

Event: John Briscoe Will of Charles Oaks, gives to wife Jean, dau Mary Thornton, Witness 4 Sep 1795-19 Oct 1795 Pittsylvania Co.,Virginia,USA Event: brought 14 negroes into county Deed 16 DEC 1797 Pittsylvania Co.,Virginia,USA

Event: John Briscoe Duke District Tax 1798 Oglethorpe Co.,Georgia,USA
Probate: 17 JUN 1799 Pittsylvania Co.,Virginia,USA

Probate: June Court 1799. A will of John Briscoe 1799 Pittsylvania Co.,Virginia,USA

Event: Heirs of John Briscoe- Charity Rice; Jesse Briscoe; Phil Penn & Louisa his wife; George Briscoe; Robert Wortham and Anne his wife. March 26 1819 Deed 26 MAR 1819 Pittsylvania Co.,Virginia,USA
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Charles County Land Records 1782-1786; Liber Z#3; Page 174. Sep 27, 1785 from John Briscoe of Pittsylvania County, Virginia, and Charity, his wife, (one of the coheirs of Notley warren, late of CC), to Thomas Hungerford of CC, for 500 £, all that parcel of land in CC, being one quarter part of 298 acres {undivided) which sd Notley Warren died possessed of, known as Frailty, containing about 74 acres. Signed - Jno Briscoe, Charity Briscoe. Wit - Walter Winter, B Fendall (CC JPs). Recorded Oct 4, 1785,
===27June 1785 sold 1/4 interest to Thomas Hungerford (living in Pittsylvania County, Va.
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Charles County Land Records 1786-1790; Liber D#4; Page 204. Feb 20, 1788 from John Briscoe of Pittsylvania County, Virginia, and Charity, his wife (one of the co-heirs of Notley Warren, late of CC, decd), to Thomas Hungerford of CC, Whereas the sd John Briscoe and Charity, his wife, by their CC deed dated Sep 27, 1785, sold to sd Thomas Hungerford, the part of a tract of land herein after mentioned, but as some doubts have arisen between the parties, whether the sd Charity was of lawful age at the time of passing the sd deed, they, the sd John Briscoe and Charity, his wife, to prevent all disputes and controversies respecting the land herein after mentioned, have agreed to pass another deed to the sd Hungerford for the better confirming the same land. Now this deed witnesses that the sd John Briscoe and Charity, his wife, for 500 £ to them in hand paid, grant to the ad Thomas Hungerford, all that parcel of land in CC, being 1/4 part of 298 acres (undivided) which the sd Notley Warren died possessed of, known by the name of Frailty, containing about 74-1/2 acres. Signed - Jno
Briscoe, Charity Briscoe, Wit - Rich Barnes*, Henry Barnes*. Recorded Feb 20, 1788.
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Wicomico: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 285-15: FRAILTY: 300 acres; Possession of - 300 Acres - Warren, Thomas: Surveyed 22 June 1663 for Humphrey Warren on the West side Wicomico River: Conveyance notes - Included in Resurvey of Frailty Folio 420, 3 Nov 1730,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Wicomico: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 420-304: FRAILTY: acres; Possession of - Acres - Warren, Barton: : : Originally so called, Re-Surveyed, 3 Nov 1730 for Barton Warring: Conveyance notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, 
Briscoe, John (I008961)
 
56419 Carol Mitchell Marriage Family F09416
 
56420 Caroline Co VA Bible Records - Collins

WYATT FAMILY BIBLE
This Bible consists only of the New Testament and was published by J. Emory and B. Waugh. It was printed by J. Collord, N.Y., 1829. The Wyatt family lived in the lower part of Caroline County near the North Anna River. The two estates were "Edgewood" and "Plain Dealing". On the banks of the Pamunkey and North Anna Rivers lie the remains of the early Wyatt families in unmarked graves. For more information concerning this family see The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Volume 3, 1895-96, pp. 177-180. A copy is also in the Virginia Historical Society.
Capt John Wyatt who marr'd Jenny Pamplin was born 1684.
Wm his son was born 1713.
Richd Wyatt son of John Wyatt was born 20th May 1720 & died Nov 1803.

Capt John Wyatt married Jenny Pamplin in the year 1711 by whom he had 9 children:
Wm who married Elizabeth Eggleston.
John who died in the 17 year of his age.
Anne who married John Starke.
Richd - married Elizabeth Streshly who died in child bed with 1st child. This sd. Richd
afterwards married Amey Chiles daughter of Capt. Walter Chiles 7th Nov. 1752.
Mary married Capt Henry Gilbert.
Thos & Henry never married.
Lucy married Capt Mills.
John married Elizh. Smith & afterwards Anne Starke. 
Wyatt, John (I115672)
 
56421 Caroline Co, Order Book entry dated 10 July 1752 records that a deed of gift from Eliza. Buckner to her "son" George Buckner was proved by Nich. and Jemeh. Long. Buckner, Elizabeth MNU (I024669)
 
56422 Caroline Co, Virginia, dated 16 Sep 1812 and probated 12 Dec 1812. The younger children were to live with mother: Martha Marshall, Thomas Coleman, George, William, and Anne Caroline. The dwelling plantation was to be sold on 1 Dec 1821 and distributed among all children: Marshall Warfield Yates, Reuben Coleman Yates, Millicent Yates, Mary Yates, John Marshall Yates, Martha Marshall Yates, Thomas Coleman Yates, George Yates, William Yates, and Anne Coleman Yates. His son Michael Warfield Yates and his friend Littleton Goodwin were executors. The witnesses were William Jones, William Taliaferro and John Tenncement. Yates, John (I035963)
 
56423 Caroline County Va, Estate Papers
Folder 2

Sarah Sutton, Mary Carter in her own right as administratrix of John Carter, Hannah Carter, in her own right as administratrix of Elizabeth M. Carter, Lucy Carter, Joseph Sutton and Judith Sutton his wife which said Joseph is administrator of Robert Carter against Horace Marshall, William Marshall, Thomas Marshall, Benjamin Marshall, James Marshall, Carter Marshall and John Marshall children of Margaret H. Marshall, decd. 18 Jan 1808
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Caroline County Va, Chancery Suites

Bogle, Brown and Company vs Robert Gilchrist's executors, Edmund Pendleton and John Hoomes
Mr. James Robb, executor of Robert Gilchrist, Esq. Suit mentions William Grimes, Thomas Marshall and William Marshall, Charles Thornton, William Stevens, Samuel Chiles, Henry Chiles and Francis Buckner. 14 Jun 1791
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Caroline County Va, Chancery Suits

Carter. Robert, his administrator, Joseph Sutton and his wife, Judith Sutton vs William Marshall, et al
William Marshall, Carter Marshall, Thomas Marshall, Benjamin Marshall and James Marshall heirs of Margaret Marshall, decd., late Margaret Carter, Richard Stevens and Polly Stevens his wife, Lucy Carter, Hannah Carter and Zachariah Taliaferro and Margaret Taliaferro his wife to answer a bill brought by Joseph Sutton and Judith Sutton his wife. (On the back is noted the " James Marshall, Richard Stevens, Zachariah Taliaferro and Margaret Taliaferro his wife are no inhabitants".) 31 Jul 1807

Court orders that Sarah Sutton, widow, late Sarah Carter, appear in court to answer a suit of Joseph Sutton and Judith Sutton his wife. 31 Jul 1807

Court orders John Carter, Abraham Carter, Gilbert Carter, William Carter and Kenyon Carter, Thomas Wigglesworth and Matilda Wigglesworth his wife, formerly Matilda Carter, Polly Foster, daughter of Edmund Foster, William Humes, infant child of Jensey Carter late Jensey Hume, decd., Benjamin Waller and Lucy Waller his wife, Joseph Gatewood and Betsy Gatewood his wife, Burnett Gatewood and Frances Gatewood his wife, Robert Carter, Matilda Carter, Sally Carter, Susannah Carter, Joseph Carter, Frances Curtis, widow, William Heslop and Anne Heslop his wife and Horace Marshall to answer a Bill brought against them by Joseph Sutton as administrator of Robert Carter, decd. (On the back is a note stating that "only Abraham Carter, Gilbert Carter, William Carter and Kenion Carter are no inhabitants of my Baliwick nor are they found therein". Signed by Joseph Herndon, Jr., Deputy for Stockley Towles, Sheriff, Spotsylvania 1807
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Caroline County Va, Chancery Suits

Marshall vs Minor
William Marshall states that his brother, John Marshall, entered into a bond payable to Henry Goodloe which was later sold to Robert Lewis of Spotsylvania CO and finally sold to Thomas Minor. William Marshall is security on the bond in the suit of Minor vs Marshall as his brother, John Marshall, has left the state. 8 Sep 1801

Larkin Standard, Robert Coleman and Michael Yates state that they heard Mr. Henry Goodloe, Jr. state that he won at Billards from John Marshall and that he passed John Marshall's note to Capt. Robert Lewis and Lewis passsed it to Mr. Thomas Minor. 10 Oct 1801

Thomas C. Minor, William Minor, John Minor, Richard Maury and Dianna Maury his wife, Harwood Goodwin and Sarah Goodwin his wife, Elizabeth Minor and Kemp Gatewood and Barbara Gatewood his wife state that Maj. John Minor made a will. Charles Minor who was named in the will has since died intestate and his estate should be divided between the complaintants who are the Brothers and Sisters of the said Charles Minor and Lancelot Minor, another Brother, who has sued out administration on Charles Minor's estate but declines to make a division of the estate. no date
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Caroline County Va, Chancery Suits

Marshall vs Sutton's administrators, 1818
Horace Marshall, William Marshall, Thomas Marshall, Benjamin Marshall, James Marshall, Carter Marshall and John Marshall, children of Margaret Marshall, decd., against Philip Taliaferro and Thomas R. Rootes, administrators of Sarah Sutton, William Haslep and Anne Haslep his wife, Mary Carter as administratrix of John Carter, decd., and of Rice Carter, decd., Kenyon Carter, Guilford D. Carter, Abraham Carter, William A. Carter, Benjamin Waller and Lucy Waller his wife, Joseph Gatewood and Elizabeth B. Gatewood his wife, Bernard Gatewood and Frances Gatewood his wife, and Harry Gatewood, Thomas Wigglesworth and Matilda Wigglesworth his wife, Mary Foster, Robert Foster and Carter Foster infant children of Sarah Foster formerly Sarah Carter and Edmund Foster, William L. Hume an infant child of Jane Hume, James Hume, Robert Carter, Joseph Carter, William Carter, Mary Carter, Susan Carter, Matilda Carter and Sally Carter children of John Carter, Hannah Carter as administratrix of Elizabeth M. Carter, Lucy Carter, Joseph Sutton and Judith Sutton his wife, which said Joseph is administrator of Robert Carter, decd., Richard Stevens and Mary B. Stevens his wife, Zachariah Taliaferro and Margaret Taliaferro his wife, defendants. Oct 1800

All of the above named persons are ordered by the court to appear. 14 Sep 1807

Philip Taliaferro and Thomas R. Rootes, administrators of Sarah Sutton. 11 May 1808
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://www.lva.lib.va.us/ChanceryWebQ/casedetail.asp?casefilenumber=033-18 06-028&localityregionchecked=L&localityvalue=CAROLINE+CO®ionvalue=APPAL ACHIAN+PLATEAU
URL title: Chancery Index-Case Detail
Note:
Locality Index Number Original Case Number
CAROLINE CO 1806-028 NONE
Plaintiffs Defendants
P1: WILLIAM MARSHALL
D1: THOMAS MINOR ASGN ETC
Surnames
GOODLOE
LEWIS
MARSHALL
MINOR
Wills Plat?
NONE NO

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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://www.historiccourtrecords.org/courtrecordsearch.asp?pageInfo=1&curre ntquery=MINOR,%20THOMAS&orderinfo=
URL title: Fredericksburg Court Record Search
Note:
Court Record Data
Context Extract
Adminstrator / trix Edward Herndon, administrator of the estate of Sarah Lewis decd. - 14 Oct. 1801 - administration relinquished by James Lewis, son of Sarah Lewis
Adminstrator / trix Atwell Coghill, son in law, & Caleb Lindsay, son, administrators of the estate of Daniel Lindsay decd. - 7 Oct. 1807 - administration renounced by Catharine Lindsay, wife of Daniel Lindsay
Adminstrator / trix David Henderson & Alexander Duncan, administrators of the estate of John Galloway decd. - 11 Oct. 1805
Adminstrator / trix John Nicholas, administrator of the estate of Gavin Lawson decd. - 4 May 1805
Adminstrator / trix Robert Patton, administrator of the estate of MAnne Page decd. - 13 Oct. 1803
Adminstrator / trix George Hunt, administrator of the estate of John Scott decd. - 9 May 1803
Adminstrator / trix Margaret Heiskell, administratrix, and Horace Marshall, administrator, of the estate of Godlove Heiskell decd. - 14 Oct. 1807
Adminstrator / trix David Henderson, administrator of the estate of Samuel Stephens decd. - 11 Oct. 1802
Adminstrator / trix Phebe Jones, administratrix of the estate of John Jones decd. - 7 May 1795
Adminstrator / trix Thomas Minor, administrator of the estate of Alice Minor decd. - 29 Apr. 1801
Adminstrator / trix Gavin Lawson, administrator of the estate of Robert Lawson decd. - 29 Sep. 1800
Adminstrator / trix George Morton, administrator of the estate of George Lee Waugh decd. - 16 May 1798
Adminstrator / trix Gilbert Harrow, administrator of the estate of Penelope Rebecca Harrow decd. - 2 May 1797
Executor / trix John Minor, Benjamin Day & Thomas Goodwin, executors of the lw&t of Charles Mortimer decd. - 9 May 1801
Executor / trix Dorothea Brayne McWilliams, executrix of the lw&t of William McWilliams decd. - 6 Oct. 1801
Executor / trix William Jones, executor of the lw&t of Benjamin Grymes decd. - 1 Oct. 1805
Locality Fredericksburg; Fauquier Co.; Spotsylvania Co.
Administrative Information
Record title [ Executor & Administrator Bonds ]
Year recorded 1807
Collection FI-FD-E
Record ID 345-19
End Notes
Preserved by City of Fredericksburg
Processed by Margaret Anne Crickman
Extracted by Barry L. McGhee
Extracted on 1/13/2004
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://www5.familytreemaker.com/cgi-bin/texis/find/search30/?query=spotsyl vania+county+records+&db=online&areas=10&head=online&booknum=&category=&wo rds=spotsylvania+county+records+&first=&last=&cmd=context&id=37c1ee8136#hi t1
URL title: Spotsylvania County Records , Page 14
Note:
MINOR, JOHN, Spotsylvania County, d. Oct. 28, 1754, p. Sept. 2, 1755. Wit. John Goodloe, David Davenport, Joseph Venable. Ex. wife and son John and in case of John's death, son William. Leg. wife; son John, son, William, tract of land that I bought of Francis and John Strother, adjoining the lands of Capt. Compton, in Culpeper County, son, Thomas; son, Garrett, land lately bought of Henry Gambell, in Culpeper; son, James, land whereon my plantations now are on James River, in Louisa Co; son, Dabney, land lately bought of Charles Kavanaugh, in Culpeper Co: son Vivian, land whereon my plantation now is in Orange Co; son Peter, land whereon I now live, after my wife's death; daughter, Mary; daughter, Elizabeth; friends, John Carr, John Waller, Rice Curtis and William Carr; to all my children, but John, a gold ring each. (Page 257)
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Spotsylvania County Records , Page 31

MINOR, THOMAS, Spotsylvania County, d. Apr. 9, 1776, p. Dec. 19, 1776. Wit. Anne Smith, John Jesse, James Redd. Ex. wife, Alice Minor and James Tutt. Leg. son John; daughter Agatha, wife to Mordacai Redd; daughter Lucy, wife to James Crane; son Owen; son Thomas, land leading from Lewis' Bridge to Fredericksburg, and from said bridge to Caroline C. H., whereon are two plantations known by the names of "Pharess" and "Gravilly Run," also my land in Spots. Co; daughters, Ann, Clary and Elizabeth Minor; to wife lands in Spots. Co. (Page 175) 
Marshall, William Carter (I022779)
 
56424 Caroline County Va, Estate Papers
Folder 2

Sarah Sutton, Mary Carter in her own right as administratrix of John Carter, Hannah Carter, in her own right as administratrix of Elizabeth M. Carter, Lucy Carter, Joseph Sutton and Judith Sutton his wife which said Joseph is administrator of Robert Carter against Horace Marshall, William Marshall, Thomas Marshall, Benjamin Marshall, James Marshall, Carter Marshall and John Marshall children of Margaret H. Marshall, decd. 18 Jan 1808
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Caroline County Va, Chancery Suites

Bogle, Brown and Company vs Robert Gilchrist's executors, Edmund Pendleton and John Hoomes
Mr. James Robb, executor of Robert Gilchrist, Esq. Suit mentions William Grimes, Thomas Marshall and William Marshall, Charles Thornton, William Stevens, Samuel Chiles, Henry Chiles and Francis Buckner. 14 Jun 1791
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Caroline County Va, Chancery Suits

Carter. Robert, his administrator, Joseph Sutton and his wife, Judith Sutton vs William Marshall, et al
William Marshall, Carter Marshall, Thomas Marshall, Benjamin Marshall and James Marshall heirs of Margaret Marshall, decd., late Margaret Carter, Richard Stevens and Polly Stevens his wife, Lucy Carter, Hannah Carter and Zachariah Taliaferro and Margaret Taliaferro his wife to answer a bill brought by Joseph Sutton and Judith Sutton his wife. (On the back is noted the " James Marshall, Richard Stevens, Zachariah Taliaferro and Margaret Taliaferro his wife are no inhabitants".) 31 Jul 1807

Court orders that Sarah Sutton, widow, late Sarah Carter, appear in court to answer a suit of Joseph Sutton and Judith Sutton his wife. 31 Jul 1807

Court orders John Carter, Abraham Carter, Gilbert Carter, William Carter and Kenyon Carter, Thomas Wigglesworth and Matilda Wigglesworth his wife, formerly Matilda Carter, Polly Foster, daughter of Edmund Foster, William Humes, infant child of Jensey Carter late Jensey Hume, decd., Benjamin Waller and Lucy Waller his wife, Joseph Gatewood and Betsy Gatewood his wife, Burnett Gatewood and Frances Gatewood his wife, Robert Carter, Matilda Carter, Sally Carter, Susannah Carter, Joseph Carter, Frances Curtis, widow, William Heslop and Anne Heslop his wife and Horace Marshall to answer a Bill brought against them by Joseph Sutton as administrator of Robert Carter, decd. (On the back is a note stating that "only Abraham Carter, Gilbert Carter, William Carter and Kenion Carter are no inhabitants of my Baliwick nor are they found therein". Signed by Joseph Herndon, Jr., Deputy for Stockley Towles, Sheriff, Spotsylvania 1807
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Caroline County Va, Chancery Suits

Marshall vs Hawes executrix, 1832
Thomas Marshall states that in 1811 he contracted with Richard Hawes for the purchase of a tract of land and Clara Hawes, his wife, was ready to relinquish her dower right to the land. Clara Hawes, as executrix of Richard Hawes, has sued Thomas Marshall for the benefit of Aylett Hawes.
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Caroline County Va, Chancery Suits

Marshall vs Sutton's administrators, 1818
Horace Marshall, William Marshall, Thomas Marshall, Benjamin Marshall, James Marshall, Carter Marshall and John Marshall, children of Margaret Marshall, decd., against Philip Taliaferro and Thomas R. Rootes, administrators of Sarah Sutton, William Haslep and Anne Haslep his wife, Mary Carter as administratrix of John Carter, decd., and of Rice Carter, decd., Kenyon Carter, Guilford D. Carter, Abraham Carter, William A. Carter, Benjamin Waller and Lucy Waller his wife, Joseph Gatewood and Elizabeth B. Gatewood his wife, Bernard Gatewood and Frances Gatewood his wife, and Harry Gatewood, Thomas Wigglesworth and Matilda Wigglesworth his wife, Mary Foster, Robert Foster and Carter Foster infant children of Sarah Foster formerly Sarah Carter and Edmund Foster, William L. Hume an infant child of Jane Hume, James Hume, Robert Carter, Joseph Carter, William Carter, Mary Carter, Susan Carter, Matilda Carter and Sally Carter children of John Carter, Hannah Carter as administratrix of Elizabeth M. Carter, Lucy Carter, Joseph Sutton and Judith Sutton his wife, which said Joseph is administrator of Robert Carter, decd., Richard Stevens and Mary B. Stevens his wife, Zachariah Taliaferro and Margaret Taliaferro his wife, defendants. Oct 1800

All of the above named persons are ordered by the court to appear. 14 Sep 1807

Philip Taliaferro and Thomas R. Rootes, administrators of Sarah Sutton. 11 May 1808
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=mcintyre62&id=I 5083
URL title: Family Tree of Va.- Ky.- Tn. and Beyond
Name: Thomas Marshall
Sex: M
Birth: cir 1776 in Caroline County, Virginia.
Death: 27 JUN 1854 in Caroline County, Virginia. 1 2

Father: John Marshall b: cir 1747 in Caroline County, Virginia.
Mother: Margaret Carter b: cir 1750 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia

Marriage 1 Fanny Durrett
Married: 10 NOV 1803 in Caroline County, Virginia. 3
Children
Jane K. Marshall
Maria T. D. Marshall b: cir 1820 in Caroline County, Virginia.
Frances D. Marshall b: cir 1826

Marriage 2 Margaret C. b: cir 1779

Sources:
Author: Herbert Ridgeway Collins
Title: Caroline County, Virginia., Bureau of Vital Statistics. Death Records 1853-1896
Publication: 1999, Heritage Books
Text: Thomas Marshall, white male, died 27 Jun 1854, age 78, son of Jno & Margaret Marshall. Frances Marshall reported the death
Title: Notes
Note: There are/were probably more children than just the ones listed.
Author: Therese Fisher
Title: Marriages of Caroline County, Virginia 1777-1853
Publication: Heritage Books, 1998
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://www.lva.lib.va.us/ChanceryWebQ/casedetail.asp?casefilenumber=033-18 32-006&localityregionchecked=L&localityvalue=CAROLINE+CO®ionvalue=APPAL ACHIAN+PLATEAU
URL title: Chancery Index- Case Detail
Note:
Locality Index Number Original Case Number
CAROLINE CO 1832-006 NONE
Plaintiffs Defendants
P1: THOMAS MARSHALL
D1: EXX OF RICHARD HAWES ETC
Surnames
HAWES
MARSHALL
Wills Plat?
NONE NO

Format
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Marshall, Thomas (I022781)
 
56425 Caroline County Va, Estate Papers
Folder 2

Sarah Sutton, Mary Carter in her own right as administratrix of John Carter, Hannah Carter, in her own right as administratrix of Elizabeth M. Carter, Lucy Carter, Joseph Sutton and Judith Sutton his wife which said Joseph is administrator of Robert Carter against Horace Marshall, William Marshall, Thomas Marshall, Benjamin Marshall, James Marshall, Carter Marshall and John Marshall children of Margaret H. Marshall, decd. 18 Jan 1808
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Caroline County Va, Chancery Suits

Carter. Robert, his administrator, Joseph Sutton and his wife, Judith Sutton vs William Marshall, et al
William Marshall, Carter Marshall, Thomas Marshall, Benjamin Marshall and James Marshall heirs of Margaret Marshall, decd., late Margaret Carter, Richard Stevens and Polly Stevens his wife, Lucy Carter, Hannah Carter and Zachariah Taliaferro and Margaret Taliaferro his wife to answer a bill brought by Joseph Sutton and Judith Sutton his wife. (On the back is noted the " James Marshall, Richard Stevens, Zachariah Taliaferro and Margaret Taliaferro his wife are no inhabitants".) 31 Jul 1807

Court orders that Sarah Sutton, widow, late Sarah Carter, appear in court to answer a suit of Joseph Sutton and Judith Sutton his wife. 31 Jul 1807

Court orders John Carter, Abraham Carter, Gilbert Carter, William Carter and Kenyon Carter, Thomas Wigglesworth and Matilda Wigglesworth his wife, formerly Matilda Carter, Polly Foster, daughter of Edmund Foster, William Humes, infant child of Jensey Carter late Jensey Hume, decd., Benjamin Waller and Lucy Waller his wife, Joseph Gatewood and Betsy Gatewood his wife, Burnett Gatewood and Frances Gatewood his wife, Robert Carter, Matilda Carter, Sally Carter, Susannah Carter, Joseph Carter, Frances Curtis, widow, William Heslop and Anne Heslop his wife and Horace Marshall to answer a Bill brought against them by Joseph Sutton as administrator of Robert Carter, decd. (On the back is a note stating that "only Abraham Carter, Gilbert Carter, William Carter and Kenion Carter are no inhabitants of my Baliwick nor are they found therein". Signed by Joseph Herndon, Jr., Deputy for Stockley Towles, Sheriff, Spotsylvania 1807
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Caroline County Va, Chancery Suits

Marshall vs Sutton's administrators, 1818
Horace Marshall, William Marshall, Thomas Marshall, Benjamin Marshall, James Marshall, Carter Marshall and John Marshall, children of Margaret Marshall, decd., against Philip Taliaferro and Thomas R. Rootes, administrators of Sarah Sutton, William Haslep and Anne Haslep his wife, Mary Carter as administratrix of John Carter, decd., and of Rice Carter, decd., Kenyon Carter, Guilford D. Carter, Abraham Carter, William A. Carter, Benjamin Waller and Lucy Waller his wife, Joseph Gatewood and Elizabeth B. Gatewood his wife, Bernard Gatewood and Frances Gatewood his wife, and Harry Gatewood, Thomas Wigglesworth and Matilda Wigglesworth his wife, Mary Foster, Robert Foster and Carter Foster infant children of Sarah Foster formerly Sarah Carter and Edmund Foster, William L. Hume an infant child of Jane Hume, James Hume, Robert Carter, Joseph Carter, William Carter, Mary Carter, Susan Carter, Matilda Carter and Sally Carter children of John Carter, Hannah Carter as administratrix of Elizabeth M. Carter, Lucy Carter, Joseph Sutton and Judith Sutton his wife, which said Joseph is administrator of Robert Carter, decd., Richard Stevens and Mary B. Stevens his wife, Zachariah Taliaferro and Margaret Taliaferro his wife, defendants. Oct 1800

All of the above named persons are ordered by the court to appear. 14 Sep 1807

Philip Taliaferro and Thomas R. Rootes, administrators of Sarah Sutton. 11 May 1808
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=mcintyre62&id=I 5081
URL title: Family Tree of Va.- Ky.- Tn. and Beyond
Name: Carter Marshall
Sex: M
Birth: 16 NOV 1770 in Caroline County, Virginia. 1
Death: 24 AUG 1823 in Montgomery County, Tn. 1

Father: John Marshall b: cir 1747 in Caroline County, Virginia.
Mother: Margaret Carter b: cir 1750 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia

Marriage 1 Nancy Campbell b: cir 1777 in Caroline County, Virginia.
Married: 19 DEC 1804 in Caroline County, Virginia.
Children
Sophia Campbell Marshall b: 24 DEC 1805 in Caroline County, Virginia. James W. Marshall b: cir 1807 in Caroline County, Virginia. Horace Dudley Marshall b: cir 1809 in Caroline County, Virginia. John Carter Marshall b: cir 1813 in Caroline County, Virginia. Sarah Anne Marshall b: 11 AUG 1816

Sources:
Author: Virginia L. H. Davis
Title: Tidewater Virginia Families
Publication: 1989 
Marshall, Carter (I022778)
 
56426 Caroline County Va, Estate Papers
Folder 2

Sarah Sutton, Mary Carter in her own right as administratrix of John Carter, Hannah Carter, in her own right as administratrix of Elizabeth M. Carter, Lucy Carter, Joseph Sutton and Judith Sutton his wife which said Joseph is administrator of Robert Carter against Horace Marshall, William Marshall, Thomas Marshall, Benjamin Marshall, James Marshall, Carter Marshall and John Marshall children of Margaret H. Marshall, decd. 18 Jan 1808
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Caroline County Va, Chancery Suits

Carter. Robert, his administrator, Joseph Sutton and his wife, Judith Sutton vs William Marshall, et al
William Marshall, Carter Marshall, Thomas Marshall, Benjamin Marshall and James Marshall heirs of Margaret Marshall, decd., late Margaret Carter, Richard Stevens and Polly Stevens his wife, Lucy Carter, Hannah Carter and Zachariah Taliaferro and Margaret Taliaferro his wife to answer a bill brought by Joseph Sutton and Judith Sutton his wife. (On the back is noted the " James Marshall, Richard Stevens, Zachariah Taliaferro and Margaret Taliaferro his wife are no inhabitants".) 31 Jul 1807

Court orders that Sarah Sutton, widow, late Sarah Carter, appear in court to answer a suit of Joseph Sutton and Judith Sutton his wife. 31 Jul 1807

Court orders John Carter, Abraham Carter, Gilbert Carter, William Carter and Kenyon Carter, Thomas Wigglesworth and Matilda Wigglesworth his wife, formerly Matilda Carter, Polly Foster, daughter of Edmund Foster, William Humes, infant child of Jensey Carter late Jensey Hume, decd., Benjamin Waller and Lucy Waller his wife, Joseph Gatewood and Betsy Gatewood his wife, Burnett Gatewood and Frances Gatewood his wife, Robert Carter, Matilda Carter, Sally Carter, Susannah Carter, Joseph Carter, Frances Curtis, widow, William Heslop and Anne Heslop his wife and Horace Marshall to answer a Bill brought against them by Joseph Sutton as administrator of Robert Carter, decd. (On the back is a note stating that "only Abraham Carter, Gilbert Carter, William Carter and Kenion Carter are no inhabitants of my Baliwick nor are they found therein". Signed by Joseph Herndon, Jr., Deputy for Stockley Towles, Sheriff, Spotsylvania 1807
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Caroline County Va, Chancery Suits

Marshall vs Sutton's administrators, 1818
Horace Marshall, William Marshall, Thomas Marshall, Benjamin Marshall, James Marshall, Carter Marshall and John Marshall, children of Margaret Marshall, decd., against Philip Taliaferro and Thomas R. Rootes, administrators of Sarah Sutton, William Haslep and Anne Haslep his wife, Mary Carter as administratrix of John Carter, decd., and of Rice Carter, decd., Kenyon Carter, Guilford D. Carter, Abraham Carter, William A. Carter, Benjamin Waller and Lucy Waller his wife, Joseph Gatewood and Elizabeth B. Gatewood his wife, Bernard Gatewood and Frances Gatewood his wife, and Harry Gatewood, Thomas Wigglesworth and Matilda Wigglesworth his wife, Mary Foster, Robert Foster and Carter Foster infant children of Sarah Foster formerly Sarah Carter and Edmund Foster, William L. Hume an infant child of Jane Hume, James Hume, Robert Carter, Joseph Carter, William Carter, Mary Carter, Susan Carter, Matilda Carter and Sally Carter children of John Carter, Hannah Carter as administratrix of Elizabeth M. Carter, Lucy Carter, Joseph Sutton and Judith Sutton his wife, which said Joseph is administrator of Robert Carter, decd., Richard Stevens and Mary B. Stevens his wife, Zachariah Taliaferro and Margaret Taliaferro his wife, defendants. Oct 1800

All of the above named persons are ordered by the court to appear. 14 Sep 1807

Philip Taliaferro and Thomas R. Rootes, administrators of Sarah Sutton. 11 May 1808
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Contributed by: James Hughes

Note:
Court Record Data
Context Extract
Defendant Joseph C. Haley; Philip Haley; Meridith Haley; William Haley; Fleming James & Co.; Fleming James; Joseph S. James; George Martin; Samuel Chiles; Timothy Chandler
Deponent / Affiant William Burrus Jr.; Benjamin MARSHALL
Deponent / Affiant depositions referred to in the notes for a decree but not found among the papers of this record:
James Saturwhite (aka James Satterwhite); William Campbell; William H. Bullard; Z. Campbell; George Martin; Pleasant Burruss; John Terrel; A. Samuel; William Burruss; Tim Chandler; Thomas Wilson; J.B. Flippo; P. Samuel; Thomas Martin; H. Burruss; Samuel Coleman; H. Coleman; William Sutton; William W. Taliaferro; William W. Dickinson; H. Burruss; John Patton; Caleb Mitchell; John Smith; Peter Potter; Jno. Bibb; Robert Hazleup; Thomas L. Martin; R. Pemberton; Frank MARSHALL; William Shelton
Family John Haley, Philip Haley & William Haley, sons of Meridith Haley (aka Mereday Haley)
Locality Caroline Co.; Richmond City
Miller James Satterwhite was the miller for Benjamin MARSHALL in 1810
Plaintiff James Williams; Richard Williams
Slave Whit; Sarah; Sucky; Milly; Jemimah; Sylvia & child Henry; Ben; Tom; Kissiah - hired out by Joseph C. Haley, Philip Haley & William Haley
Slave Sarah; Mimy; Tom - property of Mereday Haley sold at auction to Joseph C. Haley
Administrative Information
Record title Js. Williams vs Haley
Year recorded 1830
Collection CR-SC-H
Record ID 203-6
End Notes
Preserved by City of Fredericksburg
Processed by Margaret Anne Crickman
Extracted by Barry L. McGhee
Extracted on 7/29/2004 
Marshall, Benjamin (I022783)
 
56427 Caroline County Va, Estate Papers
Folder 2

Sarah Sutton, Mary Carter in her own right as administratrix of John Carter, Hannah Carter, in her own right as administratrix of Elizabeth M. Carter, Lucy Carter, Joseph Sutton and Judith Sutton his wife which said Joseph is administrator of Robert Carter against Horace Marshall, William Marshall, Thomas Marshall, Benjamin Marshall, James Marshall, Carter Marshall and John Marshall children of Margaret H. Marshall, decd. 18 Jan 1808
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Caroline County Va, Chancery Suits

Marshall vs Minor
William Marshall states that his brother, John Marshall, entered into a bond payable to Henry Goodloe which was later sold to Robert Lewis of Spotsylvania CO and finally sold to Thomas Minor. William Marshall is security on the bond in the suit of Minor vs Marshall as his brother, John Marshall, has left the state. 8 Sep 1801

Larkin Standard, Robert Coleman and Michael Yates state that they heard Mr. Henry Goodloe, Jr. state that he won at Billards from John Marshall and that he passed John Marshall's note to Capt. Robert Lewis and Lewis passsed it to Mr. Thomas Minor. 10 Oct 1801

Thomas C. Minor, William Minor, John Minor, Richard Maury and Dianna Maury his wife, Harwood Goodwin and Sarah Goodwin his wife, Elizabeth Minor and Kemp Gatewood and Barbara Gatewood his wife state that Maj. John Minor made a will. Charles Minor who was named in the will has since died intestate and his estate should be divided between the complaintants who are the Brothers and Sisters of the said Charles Minor and Lancelot Minor, another Brother, who has sued out administration on Charles Minor's estate but declines to make a division of the estate. no date
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Caroline County Va, Chancery Suits

Marshall vs Sutton's administrators, 1818
Horace Marshall, William Marshall, Thomas Marshall, Benjamin Marshall, James Marshall, Carter Marshall and John Marshall, children of Margaret Marshall, decd., against Philip Taliaferro and Thomas R. Rootes, administrators of Sarah Sutton, William Haslep and Anne Haslep his wife, Mary Carter as administratrix of John Carter, decd., and of Rice Carter, decd., Kenyon Carter, Guilford D. Carter, Abraham Carter, William A. Carter, Benjamin Waller and Lucy Waller his wife, Joseph Gatewood and Elizabeth B. Gatewood his wife, Bernard Gatewood and Frances Gatewood his wife, and Harry Gatewood, Thomas Wigglesworth and Matilda Wigglesworth his wife, Mary Foster, Robert Foster and Carter Foster infant children of Sarah Foster formerly Sarah Carter and Edmund Foster, William L. Hume an infant child of Jane Hume, James Hume, Robert Carter, Joseph Carter, William Carter, Mary Carter, Susan Carter, Matilda Carter and Sally Carter children of John Carter, Hannah Carter as administratrix of Elizabeth M. Carter, Lucy Carter, Joseph Sutton and Judith Sutton his wife, which said Joseph is administrator of Robert Carter, decd., Richard Stevens and Mary B. Stevens his wife, Zachariah Taliaferro and Margaret Taliaferro his wife, defendants. Oct 1800

All of the above named persons are ordered by the court to appear. 14 Sep 1807

Philip Taliaferro and Thomas R. Rootes, administrators of Sarah Sutton. 11 May 1808
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Marshall, John (I022780)
 
56428 Caroline County, Virginia 'Lost' Wills, 1727-1852 and Related Records from other Sources: Volume One
Chandler, Robert, 1802/13 Sep 1803
Chandler, William, 28 Jul 1815/[nonprobated earlier will]
Chandler, William, 31 Dec 1821/31 Dec 1821

Caroline County, Virginia 'Lost' Wills, 1676-1855 and Related Records from other Sources: Volume Two
Chandler, Ann “Nancy” EFD
Chandler, Rufus 1832/
Chandler, Timothy 1757/1758
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=== Research notes from Paula Wayland

Samuel T. Chandler was born in Caroline County, Virginia. He was born about 1837. He married Jane Umn in Caroline County, Virginia. Some suggest that Jane's maiden name was Todd, but others state she is a distant Chandler cousin. Most of their children were born in Caroline County, Virginia. They moved to Charles County by 1877 according to birth places of children in 1880 census.

At this time we do not know when Jane died, but Samuel married a second time to Caroline “Carrie” Winter Cobey Adams on May 6, 1891 at Durham by Rev. W.P. Painter. She was the widow of Edwin Adams. Samuel was confirmed June 13, 1892. He died on Feb. 20, 1894 from drowning when his boat capsized in Nanjemoy Creek. His body was found in March and he was buried at Durham Church March 21, 1894 by Rev. W.P. Painter. Row North 22 #11.

His second wife, Carrie, died NOV. 25, 1899 from Typhoid Pneumonia. She is buried in Row North 22 #9 See Cobey Family file

Port Tobacco Times reported this on Feb. 23, 1894 (Wearmouth's Abstracts of The Port Tobacco Times)

Samuel T. Chandler, together with a colored man[Pad Turner], was drowned Tuesday in Nanjemoy Creek. Prominent citizen of 3rd election district. Lived on the large Taylor [Tayloe] estate in Nanjemoy. Native of Caroline County, VA., came here about 20 years ago and with Mr. Callahan, former partner, settled on present estate. Confederate soldier, distinguished himself for gallant conduct in several of great battles fought on Virginia soil.
Married second time about three years ago to Mrs.[Edwin] Adams, sister of Dr. A.D. Cobey of Washington. 55 years[old] Leaves wife, several children.

Second article March 23, 1894

Samuel T. Chandler's body found floating on surface of Nanjemoy Creek. Found by Napoleon Jameson. Services at Durham. W.P. Painter.

Pad Turner, colored man who was drowned with Samuel T. Chandler, body found on Friday in Nanjemoy Creek about a mile from the place where it is supposed the boat capsized. William C. Jameson who lives at Blossom Point opposite farm where Chandler lived, saw something floating. Called W.W. Cobey who was dredging for bodies in the creek.....

Children: Fannie (abt. 1870) Charles Todd (abt. 1872) Ella (abt. 1875) and Alice (abt. 1877) (1880 census)

1. Frances “Fannie” Temple Chandler born May 1870 (1900 census) married ufn Jackson.

2. Charles Todd Chandler Sr. married Mary Augusta Haislip. She was the daughter of Alexander and Josephine Williams Haislip. Mary Augusta Haislip b. 1877 She was baptized and confirmed June 13, 1892 at Durham Church (Rev. Painter, rector). Listed as a communicant. She married Charles T. Chandler on Feb. 12, 1901 at Durham by the Rev. C.J. Wingate.
Mary Augusta died Feb. 16, 1951 at the age of 72. She is buried at Durham. Rev. R.B. Stevenson performed the burial. Her grave is located on Row 22N 7A. (Cremation)
Charles Todd Chandler Sr. born Aug. 1871 in (assumed) Caroline County, Va. He died April 15, 1938 at the age of 66. Rev. R.B. Stevenson performed the burial held at Durham. His grave is located Row 22N #7. (See Haislip Family)
Children:
Miriam Temple Chandler Gray
Charles Todd Chandler Jr. (died young)
Harold Haislip Chandler m. Routh Virginia Hickey b. Nov. 16, 1908 (My parents knew them very well. I went to school with their son) This entry is not finished.


3. Virginia Ella Chandler married Philemon Alexander Haislip. He was the son of Alexander and Josephine Williams Haislip.

4. Alice E. Chandler born May 1877 (1900 census) 
Chandler, Samuel T. (I057162)
 
56429 Caroline court Jan 8, 1751, Thomas Buckner appointed guardian
Caroline court Mar 10, 1753, Nicholas Battaile appointed in Thomas Buckner's place as guardian due to mis-managment
Caroline court July, 1753, James Homes appointed guardian
Caroline court August 9, 1753, Benjamin Grymes appointed guardian
Caroline court Apr 14, 1757, George Muse appointed guardian  
Battaile, Lawrence (I076764)
 
56430 Caroline JOHNSON
Married: 17 Oct 1821 in Prince George's, MD 1 
Cawood, Thomas Peter Hawk (I003433)
 
56431 Carolyn M. Getting jgetting@ix dot netcom.com 2004-05-01 18:51:32
From Virginia Marriage Records, Marriages from Augusta County Records/Some Early Marriages in Bedford County, Virginia. Pg 87(VA Vital records)
Micheal Marshall and John Black's marriage, recorded as: 15 Nov 1778 Augusta County, Virginia 
Family F08270
 
56432 Carolyn need info on Frederick Tanner who marr Mary Rouse dau of Matthias Rouse & Elizabeth. Frederick died in Boone County KY in 1815. Need parents for Frederick & children for this couple. I have lots of ties to the germanna german families.
Ollie
Posted by: ollie clarke Date: December 16, 2001 at 16:01:02
In Reply to: Re: tanners in ky.elizabeth, william,frederi by Carolyn Daniel 
Rouse, Nancy Anne (I000368)
 
56433 Carolyn Wright: email: Carolyn816@aol.com
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ABSTRACTS OF WILLS, FAIRFAX CO., VA.
(Liber A, B, Wills-by Eula K. Woodward)
Hughs.·
Osborn, Richard, --.... , 1749 -27 Mch. 1750.
To w. Penelope real & personal during life-deed of trust of John Minor;
to niece Elizabeth Osborn, dau. of Robert .£100. at 18 yrs. or at marriage, .
£100. to sons & daus. of John King & his w. Mary;
to Wm. Spencer .£50.;
To Baxter Davy;
to Wm. Castills, s. of Bridget;
to widow of John Washington 1200 Ibs. tobacco, if not excepted to poor of Parish;
£20. to Truro Parish;
to Authony Russell; at d. of w. sell entire estate to pay debts & Legacies except 1/2 A. where bro. Robert lives, kept for burying ground fd. Rev. Green to direct;
£10 to buy Bibles for God children to Charles Green clk.
Exs. Rev. Dr. Charles Green, John King. Richard Osborn.
Wit. Cha. Green, Ex., Jno. Andrews, Chas. Gist,· Baxter Davys· (p. 329)
===
Fairfax Co. Va Wills Liber C-D;, pp. 34-35
1767. The Estate of RICHARD OSBORN, Deced. Ballance of a settlement made with the court the 19th June 1751; ballance of do 22nd May 1752; balance of do 21st August 1752; ballance of do 26th February 1755 .. £ 856.17.10-1/4; 26986 pounds Tobacco. Settlement made with Court 1766; paid WILLIAM ELLZEY fee ads BRIDGET CASTELLOE. To JOHN KING, Exr.
CR. Sale of whole amount of Estate as recorded 2d April 1751; £ 842.17.0; by TERRITT LITTLEJOHN, THOMAS LEWIS'S Estate ..
At a court held .. 19th July 1768 .. JOHN KING, Executor of the last will and testament of RICHARD OSBORN, decd, exhibited this account .. is allowed and ordered to be recorded.===
Prince William County, Virginia Deeds {Antient Press}: Liber I; 1745 - 1746; pp 59-63
THIS INDENTURE made the twenty fifth and twenty sixth day of April in the nineteenth year of the reign of our Sovereign Lord KING GEORGE the Second and in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and forty six Between JOSEPH KING of Hamilton in the County of Prince William Planter and BENJAMIN KING of the same place Planter, ROBERT KING of Truro in the County of FAIRFAX Planter, THOMAS KING & JOHN KING of the same place Planters of the one part and AQUILLA SNELLING of Dettingen in the County of Prince William of the other part Witnesseth that the said JOSEPH KING, BENJAMIN KING, ROBERT KING, THOMAS KING and JOHN KING in consideration of the sum of Forty seven pounds current money of Virginia by these presents hath granted unto the said AQUILLA SNELLING (in his actual possession now being by virtue of a bargain and sale for one whole year and by force of the Statute made for transferring uses into possession) and to his heirs and assigns for ever All that parcel of land containing Two hundred and thirty two acres being in the County of Prince William and bounded beginnong at a white Oak saplin near a dead Oak standing in HORSE PEN RUN and corner to WILLIAM RUSSELL thence So. Et. to a white Oak thence So. Wt. to a white Oak thence No. Wt. to a white Oak near the land of WILLIAM RUSSELL thence No, Et. to the beginning and also all houses and appurtenances whatsoever belonging to the said tract of land (which said tract of land was granted unto JOSEPH KING late of the County of STAFFORD Deceased Father to the said JOSEPH KING, BENJAMIN KING, ROBERT KING, THOMAS KING and JOHN KING parties to these presents by Deed from the PROPRIETORS of the NORTHERN NECK bearing date the 30th day of July one thousand seven hundred and fifteen and the said JOSEPH KING in & by his last Will and Testament in writeing bearing date the 30th day of September one thousand seven hundred and twenty eight gave to his Son ROBERT KING party to these presents Fifty acres of land part of the said land hereby conveyed and the remainder to his Sons THOMAS KING, BENJAMIN KING and JOHN KING parties to these presents equally to be divided whereby they are intitled only to an estate for life of and in the said premises hereby conveyed & the reversion is vested in the said JOSEPH KING party to these presents as Eldest Son and Heir at Law of the said JOSEPH KING deceased as in and by the said Will remaining of record in the County Court of STAFFORD relation being thereunto had To Have and To Hold the said parcel of land unto the said AQUILLA SNELLING his heirs and assigns forever. In Witness whereof the parties have set their hands and affixed their Seals
in presence of GEO: CRUMP, JOSEPH KING BENJAMIN KING
PETER WAGENER, WILLIAM YOUNG ROBERT KING THOMAS KING
JOHN KING
Att a Court held for the County of Prince William the 28th day of April 1746
This Lease Release and Receipt were proved by the oaths of the witnesses thereto to be the acts and deeds of the said JOSEPH KING, BENJAMIN KING, ROBERT KING, THOMAS KING and JOHN KING which are admitted to record 
King, John (I070188)
 
56434 Carolyn Wright: email: Carolyn816@aol.com
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http://www.familytreemaker.com/_glc_/1829/1829_7.html
Abstracts of Wills in Fairfax County, Virginia , Page 7
OSBORNE, Richard.
Oct. 1748. 27 March 1750.
Wife: Penelope.
Legatees: Elizabeth Osborne (dau. of bro. Robert Osborne), sons and daughters of John and Mary King (sister), William Spencer, Baxter Davys, William Castillo, widow of John Washington, money to the Vestry of Truo Parish, Anthony Russell, Charles Green.
Exrs: Rev. Charles Green and John King.
Wit: Charles Green, John Andrews, Elias Gist.
===
Fairfax Co. Va Wills Liber C-D;, pp. 34-35
1767. The Estate of RICHARD OSBORN, Deced. Ballance of a settlement made with the court the 19th June 1751; ballance of do 22nd May 1752; balance of do 21st August 1752; ballance of do 26th February 1755 .. £ 856.17.10-1/4; 26986 pounds Tobacco. Settlement made with Court 1766; paid WILLIAM ELLZEY fee ads BRIDGET CASTELLOE. To JOHN KING, Exr.
CR. Sale of whole amount of Estate as recorded 2d April 1751; £ 842.17.0; by TERRITT LITTLEJOHN, THOMAS LEWIS'S Estate ..
At a court held .. 19th July 1768 .. JOHN KING, Executor of the last will and testament of RICHARD OSBORN, decd, exhibited this account .. is allowed and ordered to be recorded. 
Osborn, Mary (I070187)
 
56435 Carpenter, George and Elizabeth; son William [b. 21 Mar 1757] (SA p. 37)
Carpenter, George; m. 14 Jul 1777 Catharine Maddox (MM)
==
Thomas Phillips 65.149 SM £136.10.8 Nov 28 1757 Mar 9 1758
Appraisers: John Lewellen, Samuel Briscoe.
Creditors: Mills Philip Key.
Next of kin: George Carpenter, James Mardaw.
Administratrix/Executrix: Henrietta Phillips
===
James Wedin 103.337 SM £58.14.0 Oct 1 1770
Appraisers: Edward Turner, W. Jordan.
Creditors: George Slye, James Jordan (father for James Jordan ).
Next of kin: Joseph Dunbar, George Carpenter.
Administratrix: Susannah Wedin. 
Carpenter, George (I101235)
 
56436 Carr, Peter, Charles County, 21st Sept., 1680; 19th Apr., 1683.
To Robert, Charles, Joseph, Eliza: and Sarah Douglass, sons and daus. of Col. John Douglass, late of Charles County, personalty; part of same being a debt due testator by Sarah Douglass, now wife of Ralph Smith, and mother of sd. legatees.
To Peter, son of George Mackmillion, at 16 yrs.;
Jane, wife of John Smith;
James, son of James Tyer, and child. of George Newman, personalty.
Ex. Jas. Tyer. Test: Wm. Philmore, Jno. Gilby, Edm. Dinnis. MCW 4. 12.
===
Smith, Richard, Chas. County, 14th June, 1694; 18th July, 1694,
To Sarah Douglas, to dau. Eliza: and unborn child, personalty. sons Richard and Arthur and hrs., all real estate equally.
wife Ann, estate during minority of children.
EX; Wife and son Rich'd afsd.
Test: Jno. Harrison,, Robt. Barrett.
===
Henry Guiford {Gifford} 37A.131 A CH £146.18.1 £122.9.6 Jul 23 1716
Received from: John Penn, John Chandler.
Payments to: Jo. Doughlasse, Philip Briscoe, Sr., John Tomkins, Mr. Robert Hanson, George Belons, Thomas Court, Capt. William Harbert.
Administrators: Matthew Barnes and his wife Sarah Barnes. 
Douglass, Sarah (I008719)
 
56437 Carre, Nicholas, Calvert Co., 15th Nov., 1676; 28th July, 1677.
To Anne Paschall, personalty.
To wife Sarah, execx., 100 A., "The Expectation," in trust for son Thomas and hrs. Sd. son to be of age at 21 yrs.
Test: Jas. Cobb, Graver de Roys. 5. 266.


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Calvert County Circuit Court
Land Surveys and Condominium Plats

Expeectation, 100 Acres; Certificate
Developer/Owner: Carr, Nicholas 1663 Patent Record 5, p. 505 0 0 MSA S 1583-519

Expeectation, 100 Acres; Patent
Developer/Owner: Carr, Nicholas 1663 Patent Record 5, p. 505 0 0 MSA S 1583-520 
Carr, Nicholas (I091515)
 
56438 Carre, Nicholas, Calvert Co., 15th Nov., 1676; 28th July, 1677.
To Anne Paschall, personalty.
To wife Sarah, execx., 100 A., "The Expectation," in trust for son Thomas and hrs. Sd. son to be of age at 21 yrs.
Test: Jas. Cobb, Graver de Roys. 5. 266. 
Pascall, Anne MNU (I092956)
 
56439 Carrie Marie Marshall born February 26th, 1873.

Reference in the DAR library, DC/GRC/1949/v154; Marland - Bible record, owned by Edna Marshall Shaw Harris of the Thomas Marshall Chapter and Associate member of Margruder Chapter. 
Marshall, Carrie Marie (I009414)
 
56440 CARROLL, Charles., Jr,, of P. G. Co,., and Mary., daughter of Henry Hill, of the same county, were married Sun. last [Feb, 13, (Feb, 17., 1763)
===
CARROLL, CHARLES, JR., of Duddington Manor, Prince George's County, 12 March 1768; 23 March 1773
To son Daniel Carroll, tracts on Eastern branch of Patowmack River, "Duddington Manor," "Duddington Pasture," and "New Troy", 1/5 part of an Iron Works in Baltimore County to Include negroes', stock and personalty, lands and houses.
To son Henry Hill Carroll, tract in Baltimore County, "Clinmerelia," 5000 acres, also two tracts In Baltimore County near a place called,"Captain Oulstons Garrison," "Eli OCarroll" and "Litterlona."
To son Charles Carroll, two tracts, "Girls Portion," Clouin Course" In Frederick County, also tract "Aix la Chappelle" in Frederick County.
To All my debts to be paid and the rents of my several tracts and 1/5 share of iron Works shall be put at interest and sons Daniel, Henry Hill and Charles Carroll be maintained and educated until son Daniel Is twenty one years of age, then all be divided among them.
if my son Daniel Carroll dies without Issue my son Henry Hill Carroll to get the 1/5 part of Iron Works in Baltimore County with all appurtenances and -to son Charles Carroll my three tracts, "Duddington Manor," Duddington Pasture" and "New Troy."
If my son Henry Hill Carroll dies without Issue I give to My son Daniel Carroll, two tracts In Baltimore County "Eli OCarroll" and "Lltterlonal and to son Charles Carroll, tract In Baltimore County, "Cinmerelia," 5000 acres.
if my son Charles Carroll dies without Issue I give to my son Daniel Carroll, two tracts, "Girls Portion" and "Clovin Course"
and to son Henry Hill Carroll, tract on a branch of Seneca, Frederick County, "Aix la Chappelle"
Wife, Mary Carroll, extx,
Wit: Barton Lucas; Jno. Bradford; Jno. Slater,
Codicil: If my wife Mary Carroll extx., die before my children Daniel Carroll, Henry Hill Carroll and Charles Carroll are of age I appoint my father-in-law Henry Hill and his son Henry Hill as joint guardlans with my wife until My children are of age.
Wit: Jona. Slater; Barton Lucas, 16 Sep 1771 39.461
===
Charles Carroll, Jr. 115.1 PG £1061.5.8 May 17 1773 Aug 24 1773
Appraisers: Richard Henderson, William Beakins,
Creditors: William Deakins, Jr. for William Molleson, John Turnbull.
Next of kin: Notley Young, Ignatius Digges.
Administratrix: Mary Carroll.
===
Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1763-1767; Liber TT {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 439. At the request of Walter Evans the following Deed was recorded August 3, 1765
Indenture made July 12, 1765; Charles Carrol, Jr. Esq. {Dunnington} in consideration of 2 pounds 13 shillings and 1 penny half penny sterling and 1 pound 6 shillings currency paid by Walter Evans, Gentleman has sold part of a tract called "Cerne Abbey Manor" containing 27 a half acres that was added by a resurvey made May 16, 1759 on 3 tracts, "Dunnington Manor", "Dunnington Pasture" and "New Troy" and then called by the name of "Cerne Abbey Manor" beginning on the east side of a gutt on the Northwest side of the Eastern Branch of Potomac River being the beginning tree of "Houp Yard" and the beginning tree of the resurvey of "Cerne Abbey Manor". Signed Charles Carrol, Jr. in the presence of and acknowledged before Joshua Beall, Christopher Lowndes and at the same time Madam {Mary Hill} Carroll wife of Charles Carroll reqlinquished her right of dower. 
Carroll, Charles [Duddington] (I015822)
 
56441 CARROLL, Charles., Jr,, of P. G. Co,., and Mary., daughter of Henry Hill, of the same county, were married Sun. last [Feb, 13, (Feb, 17., 1763)
===not in fathers will
HILL, HENRY, Frederick County, farmer. 9 Feb 1773 24 March 1773
To son John Hill, tract "Park Hall, 50 acres.
To 6 sons and 3 daus. Robert, Joseph, Henry Truman, Philip, Thomas and John, Elizabeth, Catharine and Ann, residue of personal estate.
Sons, Robert and Joseph Hill to make the division of the estate.
wit: Thomas Duckett; Thomas Johnson; Thomas Jones. MCW 39, 84
===
Prince George's County MD Will Book Liber T No. #1
1790-1796;
Folio 381 HENRY HILL 03/28/1794 04/215/1796
"being sick of body . ."
Bequeaths to:
1, Henry Hill --grandson
-to have 400 acres of land beginning at a stone that was set down by Capt. Henry Brooke and Thomas Landsberry, and thence w/ Capt. Brooke's land to the main branch of the Piscataway and with the said branch so far as to make up the said 400 acres
2. Daniel Carroll --grandson -to have Negro man "Will" son "Clare"
3. Henry Hill Carroll --grandson -to have Negro boy "Dave" son of "Clare"
4. Mary Fenwick --daughter
-to have Negro woman "Clare" and the remainder of her children
5. Elizabeth Hill --daughter
-to have Negro man "Antony" and Negro man "Tom" Negro woman "Mary" and all
of her children and grandchildren
-to have 1 feather bed and furn., 5 head of cattle, 5 head of sheep. and 6 chairs. and 3 silver spoons
6. Jane Mudd --daughter
-to have Negro men "Paul" "Will" "Jacob" and "Harry" Negro boy "Jack" Negro women "Nanne" "Rachel" "Pris" Negro girl "Sisle"
-to have 1 feather bed and furn.. 5 head of cattle. 5 head of sheep. 6 chairs and 3 silver spoons
7. Teresa Ann Hill --daughter
-to have Negro men "Moses" "Ellick" Negro boys -Tom' "Joe" Negro woman -Betty" and her children Negro man "Frank" and his wife "Side' Negro girl -Nell- -to have 1 feather bed and furn., 5 head of cattle 5 head of sheep, 6 chairs, and 3 silver spoons
-she and Elizabeth to have for their single lives all the remainder of testator's lands and after their marriage all the Land lying on the this side of the branch where testator now lives to belong to testator's grandson Henry Oswald Hill
Millicent Brooke --granddaughter
Margaret Brooke --granddaughter
-to have Negro man "Robert" Negro woman "Peg" and her child "Charles" Negro woman "Cate'
-to have 5 head of cattle. 5 head of sheep, 2 silver spoons to be divided equally among them and if their guardians think it best to dispose of what given them and to be divided equally between them
-names daughters Elizabeth and Teresa Ann as guardians to them
9. Henry Oswald Hill --grandson
-to have Negro boy "Raft"
10 Henry Vincent Hill --grandson
-should Henry Oswald Hill die w/out heirs, then to have Negro boy -Ralf'
11. Benedict Joseph Hill --grandson
-to have all or testator's laud lying on the other side of the branch
-to have Negro boy "Harry" and Negro girl 'Betty"
12. John Hill --grandson
-in case of the death of testator's grandson Benedict, to have Negroes left to him 13. Ann Mary Teresa Hill -granddaughter
-she and Henry Vincent Hill and John Hill to have Negroes: "Frank- and his wife "Peg" Negro men "Tony" "Toney Boone' and his wife 'Nan" and child Negro boy "James" "Jack" "Davy" -Billy" Negro woman "Cate" --to be divided among them
-to have between them 3 head of sheep, 5 head of cattle,
14. "Jenny" --Negro woman
-to live with whom she chooses.
Witnesses: Alexander Jeffreys
William Jeffreys
Thomas Earley (mark)
Walter Phelps
Then came: William Jeffreys and Thomas Early
Note: the testator signed the will in his own hand
===
Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1763-1767; Liber TT {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 439. At the request of Walter Evans the following Deed was recorded August 3, 1765
Indenture made July 12, 1765; Charles Carrol, Jr. Esq. {Dunnington} in consideration of 2 pounds 13 shillings and 1 penny half penny sterling and 1 pound 6 shillings currency paid by Walter Evans, Gentleman has sold part of a tract called "Cerne Abbey Manor" containing 27 a half acres that was added by a resurvey made May 16, 1759 on 3 tracts, "Dunnington Manor", "Dunnington Pasture" and "New Troy" and then called by the name of "Cerne Abbey Manor" beginning on the east side of a gutt on the Northwest side of the Eastern Branch of Potomac River being the beginning tree of "Houp Yard" and the beginning tree of the resurvey of "Cerne Abbey Manor". Signed Charles Carrol, Jr. in the presence of and acknowledged before Joshua Beall, Christopher Lowndes and at the same time Madam {Mary Hill} Carroll wife of Charles Carroll reqlinquished her right of dower.
===
Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1772-1774; Liber BB 3 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 203. At the request of Mary Carroll the following Deed was recorded March 25, 1773
Indenture made January 14, 1773; Henry Rozer, Daniel Carroll and Notley Young, Gentleman, trustees of Charles Carroll, Esq. for the purpose of erecting a Town called Carrollsburgh on Potomack River in consideration of 6 pounds sterling money paid by Mary Carroll widow of Charles Carroll of Dunnington, deceased has sold "Lot Number 124" which he drew in a lottery. Signed H. Rozer, Daniel Carroll, Notley Young in the presence of and acknowledged before Joshua Beall, Christopher Lowndes
===
Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1791-1793; Liber JRM 1 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 492. At the request of Henry Hill the following Deed was recorded March 13, 1793
Indenture made January 25, 1793; Ignatius Fenwick in consideration of 240 pounds paid by Henry Hill has sold a tract called "Solomons Purchase" which he purchased of Edward Lloyd Wailes, late sheriff containing 200 acres. Signed Ignatius Fenwick in the presence of and acknowledged before Rd Cramphin, Isaac Walker and at the same time Mary Fenwick w/o Ignatius Fenwick relinquished her right of dower
===
Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1793-1794; Liber JRM 2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 21. At the request of Daniel Carroll of Dunnington, Henry Hill & Charles Carroll the following Release was recorded May 21, 1793
We Ignatius Fenwick and Mary Fenwick have quit claimed by these presents unto Daniel Carroll of Dunnington, Henry Hill and Charles Carroll all manner of actions, cause of actions, suits, bills, bonds, writings, debts, accounts, sums of money, judgments, executions, extents, quarrels, controversies, trespasses, damages and demands both in law and equity which we may have. It is to be understood that nothing contained in the above release is to effect Benjamin Fenwick. In witness whereof we have hereunto set our hands and seals this January 11, 1793, Ignatius Fenwick, Mary Fenwick and witnessed by Joseph Johnson 
Hill, Mary (I016852)
 
56442 Carroll, Daniel, Duddington Prince George's County, 12th Apr., 1734; 11th May, 1734.
To wife Ann, household goods in use at "Duddington Mannor," except portion of plate due at death of mother [unnamed], which is left to son Charles. Articles of intermarriage to be duly executed; 1/8 part of interest accruing from investment of personal estate by exs. to be paid wife during her widowhood.
Trustees instructed to sell all negroes and chattels not herein devised, and the produce thereof with all personal estate to invest in the funds, or stocks in England for advantage of 3 child. Also to sell all tracts of not more than 500 A. and invest as afsd. for benefit of 3 child.
Testator states that being entitled to 5000 A. on Tom's Creek on Monoccasie, being part of a warrant of 20,000 A. granted his father bequeaths sd. 5000 A. to daus. Eleanor and Mary and their hrs. Also that a patent having passed to testator and to his brother [unnamed], and sisters [unnamed] for 10,000 A, at mouth of monnoccasi, testator releases to sister Mary all rights and interests in sd. tract, according to intention of father-'s will, Testator being interested in an iron work on Charles, Run, near Gwin's Falls,Balto, County, instructs his trustees to use proceeds from same for equal advantage and benefit of three child. until son Charles attain age of 21, Should trustees decide to sell testator's pt.of sd. works, money to be laid out and 1/2 interest thereof to be divided between 2 daus. and other half of the interest with the whole principle to ad. son,
Testator being apprehensive that brother Charles will be the only acting trustee under this Will, and that powers given sd. trustees may not be fully executed or completed before death of sd. brother, he is given full power to delegate and appoint by his last will (or in any other writing) any person or persons to perform any of the trusts or powers given sd. brother.
Ex. Son Charles.
Test: Michael Macnemara, Nichola Brooke, Elizabeth Brooke, Charles Carroll. 21, 37,
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Daniel Carroll 36.500 A FR £2794.0.0 £42.2.10 Oct 14 1754
The amount of the accounts also included £1.12.11 in sterling.
Received from: Christopher Lowndes, John Campbell, Benjamin Berry, Jr., William Nicholls, Anne Ford, Richard & Samuel Harrison, Henry Wright Crabb, Lingan Wilson, James Riggs, Susannah Jobson, David Scott, Ignatius Diggs, Thomas Diggs, Samuel Magruder, Thomas Nicholls, Jr., Thomas Nicholls, Sr., Jonathon Siminsonds, Richard Siminsonds, John Lamar, Thomas Clark, Benjamin Brooks & Mary Townley, James Colmore.
Payments to: Jane Grimshaw, David Linn, Christopher Lowndes for Lord Baltimore in Prince George's County, Dr. David Rose, John Darnall for Lord Baltimore, Margaret Dick paid to Clement Hill, Robert Bradley, Robert Perle, Samuel Roundell, James Dick, MM Wardrop & Graham, Elisabeth Harding, Thomas Cessford.
Executrix: Eleanor Carroll.
===
Robert Garden (barber) 8.200 A AA £24.12.3 £29.14.0 May 18 1727
Received from: Thomas Baldwin, Andrew Hillman, John Baldwin.
Payments to: Mrs. Mary Carroll.
Administrator: Daniel Carroll of Prince George's County.
===
Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 176
Enrolled at request of Daniel Carroll, mortgage, 28 Nov 1730:
Indenture, 25 Nov 1730; Between Thomas Brooke, Esq. of one part and Charles Carroll, Esq. and Daniel Carroll, Gent., exs. of Charles Carroll, Esq., dec'd; for £450.7.11 paid by Charles and Daniel Carroll; discharge of several tracts, viz. remaining part of Brooke Chance of 700 acres, remaining part of The Vineyard of 300 acres, one water or grist mill; also Negro slaves: man called Will age ca 22, Frank or Francis, carpenter, age ca 45, Nathaniel age ca 24, Darby age ca 50, Joseph age ca 40, Sam age ca 30, Andrew age ca 35; also women: Rebecca age ca 23, Margaret age ca 21, Elizabeth age ca 35, Elizabeth age ca 20, Catherine age ca 33, girl Susanna age ca 13, Rebecca age ca 29, Fido age 35; boy Aaron age ca 13, girl Rachel age ca 9, girl Jane age ca 5; /s/ Thomas Brooke; wit. Jno. Magruder, Edw. Sprigg, Thos. Brooke, Jr.; 25 Nov 1730 ack. by Thomas Brooke
===
1731 - 1732 Prince William County, Virginia Deeds, Liber A {June Whitehurst Johnson}:
Pages 31-37. July 17, 1731. John Wheeler and Walter Griffen jr of Parish of Overwharton in Stafford to Charles Carroll Esq., Dr. Charles Carroll of Annapolis, George Atwood of Prince Georges County and Daniel Carroll of Duddington Mannor for 68 lb. 15 shillings.... 320 a. in Parish of included in Stafford Co... except such part thereof as is ncluded in a parcell of land belonging to Mark Shelton {sic Chilton} so as the part so included does not exceed 100 a.... upper side of Little Rockey
Deed of Lease and Release. John (his mark) Wheeler
Walter (his mark) Griffen
Wit: Charles Digges, William Clifton and James Bowler. Recd. of same parties 68 lb. 15 shillings.
Signed by John (his mark) Wheeler and Walter (W) Griffen, Jr.
At court on 21 day of July 1731. Parties achnowledged this release with receipt.

Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1749-1752; Liber PP {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 74. At the request of John Turner the following Deed was recorded September 26, 1750
Indenture made August 29, 1750; Between Charles Carroll, Esq of the City of Annapolis in Anne Arundel County, Maryland of one part and John Turner of PGCo of the other part. Whereas Daniel Carroll by his last will and testament bearing date April 12, 1734 did will and authorize Charles Carroll party to this deed to sell all his lands which should not in any one tract exceed 500 acres and Whereas Daniel Carroll had a right to a moiety of the land. Witnesseth that Charles Carroll in consideration of 40 pounds sterling money paid by John Turner has sold part of a tract called Seckerleys Tenement being part of "Stones Delight" containing 72 acres. Signed Charles Carroll in the presence of James Dickson, Charles Carroll and acknowledged before Charles Carroll
==
Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 434
Enrolled at request of Charles Carroll and Daniel Carroll 24 May 1732:
Indenture, 25 Nov 1731; Between Charles Digges of one part and Charles Carroll of Annapolis, Esq. and Daniel Carrol, Gent.; mentions the £2,000 lottery of Notley Rozer, Esq., dec'd; this indenture relates to 72 acres part of Stone's Delight called Sekerly's Tenements of William Sekerly; /s/ Charles Digges; wit. Thomas Gantt, George Noble, Henry Darnall; ack. 25 Nov 1731 by Charles Digges 
Carroll, Daniel [Duddington] (I016092)
 
56443 CARROLL, Mr James., died Friday last [June 13] at the house of Charles Carroll, Esq.., in this city. (June 17, 1729) Yesterday evening the corps [sic] of Mr, James Carroll was interred at the burial place of That family, near this city, in a decent and handsome manner, (June 24., 1729)
===
Carroll (Caroll), James. "Fingaul," Allhallows Parish, A. A. County, 12th Feb., 1728; 27th June, 1729.
To 40 mendicants of and in the parishes of Eglish and Lorrah, in Lower Ormond, Co. of Tipperary, Ireland, each 10s., Irish money.
To 20 poor people in this parish, and the parish where quar ters are in Prince George's County, personalty, to be delivered if applied for at dwelling place or at "Carrolburgh."
Exs. instructed to sell lands in Baltimore, Somerset and Calvert Counties, also all mortgages, bills of sale, etc., and 2 lots in Annapolis, at hd. of ck., bou. of John Hammond. After payment of debts 21,000 of proceeds to be applied toward education of nephew and hr. apparent Anthony (only son of bro. Daniel); shd. sd. nephew die or prove incorrigible, want application or prove vicious before he attains age of 21, sd money to be applied to education of nephew James (son of bro. Michael) if he shall not exceed 16 yrs. at death of testator, otherwise to be used for such one of his bros. as shall not be 16 yrs. at sd. time, decision to be made by exs.; residue of proceeds to be used for education of 2 sons of bro. Michael nearest 15 yrs. of age at death of testator.
Exs. empowered to make over to George Ijams and Francis Day land sold to them, also 200 A. of "Pork Hall" to George Roberts.
To cousins Domnick, Anthony and Daniel (sons of bro. Michael) and their hrs., 500 A. each of "Pork Hall," at Pipe Ck.
To sister Johanna Croxell and cousin Mary Higgins and their hrs., 980 A, of afsd. tract.
To cousin Michael Taylor and hrs., 700 A. "Bin."
To cousins Edward Tully and Michael Tully's 2 sons (unnamed) and their hrs., "Hopyard.."
To cousin Anthony and sister Johanna, personalty,
To cousin Charles and hrs.., lot given testator by him and his mother lot adj. thereto, 1/2 lot bou. of Benj. Tasker, all adj. in the city of Annapolis; dwelling place cont. 260 A., residue unsold of "Bright Seat" and "Ayno," nr. Patuxent, above hd. of South R.; "Carrols Burgh," "Cheney's Plantation," 60 A. "Ridgely and Tylors Chance," in all about 200 A., Prince George's Co.; 2 lots Queen Anne Town, and 2 tracts nr. sd. town bou. Of Thomas Lancaster and Turner Wootton; personalty and personal estate not otherwise disposed of.
To nephew James, 2100 for education, and for expenses in London to be paid out of money due in England.

Cousin Anthony, residuary legatee and ex. with cousin James afsd.; during their minority and absence kinsmen Charles Carrol, John Diggs, Francis Hall and cousin Dr. Charles Carroll, of Annapolis, to act as exs.
Test: Dr. Samuel Chew, of Maidstone; William Richardson, Dr. Richard Hill, Andrew Taile.

Codicil: 12th Feb., 1728. Bequest to cousin Charles of a certain pt. of estate revoked and sd. lands bequeathed to George Thorold and hrs., Portobacco, Charles Co. Shd. sd. Thorold die before testator, sd. lands to Peter Attwood and hrs., of Portobacco afsd.; and in case of both their deaths as afsd., sd. lands, etc., to pass to Joseph Greaton. and hrs.
Test: John Welsh (Walch), Anthony Carroll, John Galloker. MCW 19.791.
===
Mr. James Carroll 15.496 AA £1642.13.8 Jul 1729 Jun 20 1730
Cites items in both Anne Arundel and Prince George's Counties.
Appraisers: John Welsh, John Lawson.
Creditors: Charles Carroll, Amos Woodward.
Next of kin: Dom Carroll, Joanna Carroll.
Executors: Mr. Charles Carroll, Dr. Charles Carroll.
===
James Carroll (gentleman) 15.41 A AA 21642.13.8 £2407.17.0 Jul 23 1736
Received from: Charles Carroll, Esq. (accountant), John Parran, Jonathon Scarth, Joseph Addams, Mr. Henry Darnall.
Payments to: Mr. George Thorold, Mrs. Jobson, Mrs. Harvey, Amos Woodward, Charles Cole, James Walker, Thomas Humphrys, Joseph Cowman, William Dainty, Samuell Minskie, William Parks, Ralph Smith, Jo. Welsh, John Docwra, John Reynolds, Nicholas St. Lawrence, Playfay, Thomas Cooley, Peter Hume, John Jordan, Mrs. Macnemarra, Dr. Charles Carroll (accountant), Charles Carroll, Esq. (accountant), Peter Overrard, Patrick Creagh, James Lee, George Neilson, William Ghiselin for fees on commission to examine accounts between deceased & Thomas Colmore, Joshua George for William Hunt (merchant in London), per deceased's will for James & Henry Carroll (sons of Michaell Carroll), per deceased's will for Anthony Carroll (son of Daniell Carroll), John Lawsan, Samuell McCubbins, Mr. Danniell Carroll, Humphry Meredith, Zacharia Maccubbin, Edmond Jennings, John Beale, Mr. Jennings, Samuell Chew (administrator of Phill. Loyde), Mr. Stoaks, Edmond Jennings, Esq., Danniell Carroll, Thomas Clerk, James Govan, Richard Francis, Thomas Gassaway, Mr. William Cumming for suit assigned by Patrick Andrews, Edmond Benson, Danniell Dulany.
Legatees: Richard Croxall and his wife (unnamed), Anthony Carroll paid to Dominick Carroll.
List of debts: Charles Ascombe, John Bruff, James Bradfoord, William Beech, Davie Beal, John Burgis, John Boyde, Samuell Burgess, John Barrott, Robert Barry, Addam Brown, Charles Lord Baltimore, John Christian, Samuell Chambers, John Chock, William Chapman, John Cooke, Robert Cavey, Thomas Crouch, Samuell Chew, Sr., Lawrence Collachone, Jonathon Covill, Danniell Callinswood, John Campbell, William Chandler, Benjamin & Joseph Cheney, Thomas Clark, John Craw, William Copland, Domnick Carroll, Anthony Drew, Ann Douglass, George Douglas, Bryan Duffy, Daniell Dulany, Esq., John Diggs, Philip Dee, William Douglas, Charles Diggs, Robert Durham, Vachell Denton, Samuell Day, Michael Deane, Joseph England, John Farrell, Alexander Falconer, James Forrest, David Gray, Robert Grimmatt, Thomas Gwibert, William Grant, Farrell Gallaugher, Mary Glover, Mary Hopper, Isaac Hyde, Thomas Holland, Paul Hoy, Andrew Hillman, Luke Howard, John Hanbury, John Hawkins, Joseph Hollbrooke, John Hadden, MM John Hyde & Co., Stephen Higgene, Robert Jubb, Peter Impey, John Jefferson, James Jones, Florence Jameson, Richard King, Fergus Kelley, Thomas Linthicum, Richard Mount, Charles Macdaniel, James Mullicane, Mr. Richard Moore, Danniell Mariartee, James Morris, Humphry Meredith, Robert Miller, Alexander Maccarty, John Maubin, John Nichollson & Phi. Pyburn, Peter Pinkstone, Philip Pindle, John Plummer, John Parran, James Powell, Mary Power, William Purdey, William Pouteny, Mary Preston, Michaell Riggan, Thomas Reynolds, Samuell Ranger, Christopher Randall, Robert Ridgley, Aaron Rawlins, Thomas Rickotts, George Roberts, John Stokes, Richard Symson, John Snow, William Summers, John Smith, Thomas Sharpe, Nicholas St. Lawrence, John Spice, Mr. Nicholas Seawill, Patrick Sympson, Michael Taylor, Lewis Thomas, Thomas Tucker, Peter Seawill, John Tradane, Stephen Wright, William Wager, Edmund Wayman, Stephen West, Henry Wharton & Charles Diggs, John Williams, Thomas Wells, Roger Woolfoord, Richard Watersell, Thomas Wainwright, Thomas Varnell, Thomas Lingan, Samuell Maccubbin, Turner Wooton & Richard Tucker, Dr. Samuell Chew, William Young, Thomas Butler.
Executors: Charles Carroll, Esq., Dr. Charles Carroll.
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James Carroll 21.218 A £631.12.5 Jun 25 1744
Mentions land in Calvert, Baltimore, Anne Arundel, and Somerset Counties.
Received from: Isaac Lansdale, Jos. Campbell, John Burgess, William Douglass, Farrell Gollagher, Richard Pyburn by Zachariah Maccubbin, Daniel Dulany, Esq., Richard Tootel, Richard Johns, Thomas Shea, Thomas Crompton, James Cain, Edward Flanigan, Levin Gale.
Payments to: Zachariah McCubbin (of Anne Arundel County), Chew & Galloway, D.
Dulany, Esq. for drawing deed from Taylor, Daniel Dulany, Esq. for fees
against Burgess, Samuel Ogle, Esq. for seal against Rawlings,
John Brice on account of Burgess, Edmund Jenings for fees to Prince
George's County, Edmund Jenings for fees against Coleman, Nic.
McCubbin, Levin Gale, William Newton for account of education of nephews (unnamed) of Mr. James Carrell (dead), Daniel Dulany, Esq., Edmund Jenings, John Darnall, Henry Carroll (nephew), Richard Johns (of Baltimore County), William Cummings, Stephen Bordley, Thomas Jenings, Samuel Smith, Charles Carroll, Esq.
Executors (acting): MM Charles Carroll, Charles Carroll.
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Carroll, John, planter, A. A. Co., 1st May, 1720 ; 18th May, 1720.
To wife Mary, personalty during life, at her decease to pass to Dominick Carroll, of A. A. Co., son of Michall Carroll, of Ireland, Gent'll.
To James and Dominick Carroll, of A. A. Co., personalty, some of which is at James Carroll's quarter in Pr. Geo. Co.
Wife Mary extx. and residuary legatee.
Test: Edw. Griffith, Richard Evans, Peter Carr. 16, 62.
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John Carroll 5.72 AA £160.1.2 Jul 3 1720
Appraisers: John Welsh, John Elder.
Approvers: Mary Carroll, Allexander Falconer.
Creditors: James Carroll.
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Mackdoggle, Hugh, Prince George's County, 18th June, 1735; 11th July, 1735.
To wife Elizabeth, extx., and hrs., 1/3 of estate.
To son John and hrs., 1/3 of residue of estate, to be educated as Mr. Francis Hall shall direct.
To the poor, personalty to be distributed by priest living on plantation where Mr. James Carroll, deceased, lately dwelt.
To daus. Mary and Elizabeth, residue of estate, divided equally.
Test: Robert Knustubb, Mary Powell, Mathew Knustubb.
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August 4, 1711. Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Will of Eleanor (Carroll, MacCubbin) Howard.
To grandchildren Orlando, Sophia, Charles and William Griffith, all personal estate.
To William MacCubbin and heirs "Howard's Thickett" where he lives, in consideration of his release to his other brother ____ of his interest in certain lands devised him by his father ____.
Executrix: Daughter Sarah Reynolds.
Test: Mary Carroll, James Carroll, Charles Carroll, Jr., Charles Carroll.
Signed November 10, 1705. (Anne Arundel County, Maryland, Wills, Liber 13, folio 235)
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Capt. George Brown (mariner) 4.258 -- £71.19.9 Sep 13 1720
Appraisers: Cesar Ghiselin, Peter Owerard.
Creditors: Edmond Wiseman (master of the "Elisabeth & Mary"). Next of kin: Henry Smith.
Administrator: Mr. James Carroll.
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Bradford, John, planter, Prince George's County, 26th March, 1726; 11th May, 1726.
Testator states that certain debts are due, chiefly to Mr. John Hyde and sons,, mcht., in London, and to the orphans of Mr. James Butler, of Md., dec'd, and empowers exs. to sell following tracts for benefit of estate:
1 A. "Tannyard"' with dwelling nr. town of Nottingham, Prince George's Co.; 3 lots in ad. town with storehouse, etc.; 180 A. "The Farme," lying (bet. Tannyard and storehouse bou. of William Austin and wife, now in tenure of Robert Saunders and Samll. Heigh; 35 A. "'Will's Good Will,"on Patuxent Ck.; 78 A. "Joseph's Good Luck," on Mattapany Ck., bou, of Mr. Wm. Joseph, and tract adj.; 260 A. "Essex Lodge" bou. of Wm. Cood, of St. Mary's Co.., and tracts adj.; 125 A. "Dunbar" and 31 A. "Anglice" bou. of Robert and John Orme, of Prince George's 'Co., last 4 tracts being under care of Charles Drury as overseer; 280 A. "Burbidg," Hynson Dr., tenure of John Cumberland; 300 A. woodland and 500 A. "Plain Dealing," nr. hd. of Goose Ck.; 300 A. "Substraction,"on Hegoe Br., tenure of James Hook and Nichs. Hocker; 290 A. of "Addition to Charley Forrest," nr. hd. of North Br.,' Patuxent R., surveyed for Michael Dean; 100 A. '"Scotch Ordnary," about 2 miles below first falls of Potomac, bou. of Robert Cook and wife, in tenure of Adam Strawhan and John Benedict Benzen; 300 A. "Batchelors Hall," on n. w. branch of Eastern Br., Prince George's County, made over by Wm. Fitzredmond, dec'd; 83 A. of "Generosity," on pt. of which tract the church at the Eastern Br. stands. Also 7 tracts, viz. 2 islands in Potomac, R., "Island of Walnut Trees-" and '"Fair Isle", "Concord", and "Progressive." on main land over against afsd. islands; "Sinicar" at mouth of Sinicar Ck., and tract at mouth of Long Acre Br.; the 7th tract lies back of plantation called "'Sugarlands"; these 7 tracts cont. 4500 A. taken up with Daniel Dulany., Esq.., of Annapolis, testator's share 2250 A. Two other tracts, n. w. br. of Patuxent R. 2 miles above William Sheppards, in Prince George's Co.,100 A. " Hygam. "and. 116 A. "Discovery,"bou. of Wm. Renshaw and his wife (unnamed); 217 A. "Jacob," on lower falls of Potomac., in tenure of Henry Chamberlin and William King; 300 A. "Argile Cowell and "Lorn," Piney Br., Rock Ck., bou. of Randolph Blake, in tenure of Peter Hyatt; 780 A. of "Charley Forrest.," 2 miles above Snowdons Mannour; 4792 A. "'Bradford's Rest," on br. of Rock Ck, cont. 3 plans., now in care of Wm. Deveron, overseer, and 2 tenements occupied by William Woffort., Jr., and Wm. Mackcoy.
To wife Joyce, dwell. plan. 400 A. Haddocks Hills (bou. of Michael Ashford., with 100 A, "as Good as any" adj., bou. of John Deakins) during life, and 1/2 personal estate,
To son John and hrs., cottage,, pasturage, etc., nr. village of Thinkinson in Co. of Leicester, Gr. Britain, bequeathed testator by uncle John Smith, of the town of One Leap in sd. County, also land nr. Town of Stoak Gelding,, in Leicester County, now in poss. of father John Bradford, of sd. town, these parcels known as Wykin Hole, Peggs Wykin Hole, Olden Close, Peggs Olden Close to pass to son John at decease of father; also 500 A. "Seaman's Delight" adj. "'Haddocks Hills" and 200 A. "Cuckolds Delight"' bou. of John Davis and Davis Mackdaniel, now in tenure of sd. Davis; 1200 A. "Sugarlands,"on Potomack R.., and after decease of wife Joyce "Haddocks Hills" and "As Good As Any"; and 1/2 personal estate,
To sister Mary Jones, 253 A. "Fletchall's Chance", upper side Rock Ck., during life; at her decease, to her 2 sons Evan and John Jones and their hrs.
Exs.: Wife Joyce, son John, James Carroll and bro. Thomas Gant. Wife to see that whatever is due estate of Mrs. James Butler be pd., to her children out -of personal estate, Thomas Gant to have charge of education of son John during his minority.
Test: Notley Rozer, Dan'l. Watts, Edward Sprigg,, John Nelson.
Note: James Carroll and Thomas Gantt renounce as exs. of above will.
Test: Phill. Briscoe, Stephen Cannold, Jr. 18.464.
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Prince George's Land Records 1726-1730 - Liber M, Page 212
Petition of Mary Carroll & Charles Carroll of Annapolis to the Justices 4th Tues. in June last
Charles, Lord Baron of Baltimore to John Magruder, Richard Keene, Archibald Edmonston and John Hasewell; regarding boundaries of Enfield's Chance; depositions regarding boundaries:
Deposition of Marreen Duvall, Sr., planter, age ca 65; mentions 2 tracts called Wilson's Plaines and Howerton's Range; mentions deponent's father, also George Yates, Henry Hanslop, John Duvall, Robert Proctor, etc.; 4 Oct 1726
Deposition of Marreen Duvall, Sr., planter, age ca 65; mentions John Boyd and Robert Anderson; 4 Oct 1726
Deposition of Mareen Duvall of the Great Marsh, age ca 46; mentions his brothers John, Mareen and Samuel; mentions Parrotts Thickets; 4 Oct 1726
Deposition of Robert Tyler, Gent,. age ca 55; mentions Patuxent River, Robt. Anderson, Sr., mentions Enfield's Chance, land in possession of Madam Mary Carroll and land of George Yates, James White's Eglington, John Boyd, Sr. and David Fry; 4 Oct 1726
Deposition of Samuel Duvall, planter, age ca 58; mentions the Great Marsh, Parrotts Thickett, deponent's father's land called Howerton's Range
22 Jun 1727; Deposition of Clement Hill, Gent., age ca 56; mentions Eglington now in possession of Henry Hall formerly laid out for James White of Anne Arundel County, Capt. John Hyde of London who resurveyed Enfield's Chance, Gabriel Parrott's land called Parrott's Thickets, Col. Ridglie's clear ground, Charles Carroll, etc.
23 Jun 1727; Deposition of Robert Tyler, Gent., age ca 55; mentions Eglington, Enfield's Chance, John Hyde of London, Howerton's Range, etc.
27 Jun 1727; Deposition of James Carroll, age ca 48; mentions Charles Carroll, decd, Col. Henry Ridgley; Enfield's Chance of 100 acres, Richard Clark, land called Chatton, etc.
27 Jun 1727; Deposition of Col. Ninian Beall, age ca 79; mentions George Yates of Anne Arundel County, Charles Buttler told Ninian "thou art a brave boy for thou hast taken up 300 acres of land for my son Nedd meaning Edward Butler in Calvert Co."; [Beall recounts his memory of conversation regarding surveying on west side of the Patuxent]; mentions Essington [?Eglington], James White, Padaway Farm, etc.
4 Oct 1726; Deposition of Richard Keene, age ca 37; mentions Major Josiah Wilson, lately dec'd
1 Jul 1727; Deposition of Lingan Wilson, age ca 23; mentions Josiah Wilson
Enrolled 1 Jul 1727
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Prince George's Land Records 1726-1730 - Liber M, Page 120
Enrolled at request of James Carroll 3 Feb 1726:
Indenture, 14 Aug 1726; Between Turner Wooton, Gent., and Agnes his wife, to James Carroll of Anne Arundel County, Gent.; for £16; a parcel of land being part of a parcel bought by sd. Turnor of Thomas Larkin from Abraham Clark the owner of Essington; this parcel is part beginning near Patuxent River; bounded by land bought by James from Mr. Lancaster; containing 8 acres; /s/ Turner Wooton, Agness Wooton; wit. Thomas Lancaster, Thomas Clark; ack. by Tumor Wooton and Agness his wife
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Prince George's Land Records 1726-1730 - Liber M, Page 118
Enrolled at request of James Carroll 3 Feb 1726:
Indenture, 8 Aug 1726; Between Thomas Lancaster near Queen Anne Town, Gent., and James Carroll of Anne Arundel County, Gent.; for £20; a tract next above Queen Anne Town on the Patuxent on the main street along the river; /s/ Thomas Lancaster; wit. Saml. Day, Robt. Miller; ack. 9 Aug 1726 ack. by Thomas Lancaster
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Provincial Court Land Records, 1744-1749
Volume 700, Page 311

This Indenture made this 30.th Day of May in the Year of our Lord Seventeen hundred forty and Seven Between Joanna Croxall of Ann Arundel County in the Province of Maryland Widow of the one part and James Carroll Croxall of Baltimore County in the Province af.d of the Other part Witnesseth that the said Joanna Croxall for and in Consideration of the Natural love and Affection that she hath and do bear unto the said James Carroll Croxall as her Son as also for and in Consideration of the Sum of One hundred Twenty and Two Pounds Current money of Maryland to her already in hand paid and Secured to be Paid by the said James Carroll Croxall at or before the Ensealing and Delivery of these Presents the Receipt whereof the s.d Joanna Croxall do^th^ hereby Acknowledge and him the said James Carroll Croxall of every part thereof doth hereby fully Clearly and Absolutely Exonerate acquit and Discharge hath Given Granted Bargained Sold Aliened Enfeoffed and Confirmed and by these Presents doth fully Clearly and Absolutely Give Grant Bargain Sell Alien Enfeoffe and Confirm unto him the said James Carroll Croxall his heirs Executors Adm.rs or Assigns all that Tract or parcel of Land lying and being in Prince Georges County in the Province af.d and on a Branch of Manocacy River called little Pipe Creek being part of a Tract or parcel of Land Originally Surveyed and Laid out for a Certain James Carroll late of Ann Arundel County Deceased Called Pork Hall Containing by the Originall Survey thereof Two thousand Six hundred and eighty Acres four hundred and Ninty Acres of the said Tract being by the last Will and Testament of the said James Carroll Devised and Bequeathed to his Sister Joanna Carroll the above mentioned Grantor but on a Warrant of Resurvey on the af.d Tract of Land there Appearing to be Surplus within ^the^ Meets and Bounds of the af.d Original Tract of Land for which the said Joanna Croxall hath freely Paid and Satisfied unto the said Lord Proprietor or his Agent here for Land Affaire for which it now appears by A Grant from his Lordship bearing Date the Twenty nineth day of September Seventeen hundred forty and five that the af.d Joanna Croxall hath due unto her five hundred Eighty and Seven Acres part of the af.d Tract of Land Begining at the end of the thirty ninth Line Of Originall Tract of Pork Hall where Stands three Bounded White Oaks one of which forks about Twelve foot from the Bottom and to the South fifteen Degrees West of the said Trees is a Rock and a Small b^l^ack Oack Growing thereon and Runing thence South Eighty Seven Degrees East three Hundred and forty two Perches thence South fourteen Degrees West Eighty four Perches thence South thirty five Degrees West One Hundred and Eighty four Perches thence South Seventy Degrees West Sixty Perches thence North fifty Six Degrees West forty Perches thence South fifty Eight Degrees West twenty Six Perches thence South thirty one Degrees West Two hundred and thirty four perches thence North fifty five Degrees West One hundred ^&^ thirty four perches thence North forty five Degrees East Seventy Six Perches thence North Seventy Degrees East forty six Perches thence North forty eight Degree^s^ East One hundred Perches thence North Sixty Eight Perches thence North Sixty Eight perches thence North forty Seven Degrees West Seventy Six perches thence North Seventy one Degrees West Sixty four perches thence North Tenn Degrees West forty two perches thence by a Streight Line to the Begining Trees Containing and laid out for five hundred and eighty Seven Acres of Land more or less called Brothers Generosity To have and to hold the said Bargained Land and Premisses with all the Appurtenances and Improvements and Advantages therein or thereunto belonging unto him the said James Carroll Croxall his Heirs Executors Adm.rs or Assigns forever and the said Joanna Croxall for herself and ^for^ her heirs Executors Adm.rs doth farther Covenant and agree to and with the said James Croxall and his heirs Executors Adm.rs and Assigns that she the said Joanna Croxall shall and will from time to time and at all times forever hereafter Warrant and Defend the above Bargained Land and Premisses with all it's Appurtenances and Improvement and Advan^ta^ges as well from her the said Joanna Croxall as her heirs or any person Claiming or to Claim any Right thereto or therein by from or under her or in or through her or their means or procurem.t and the said Joanna Croxall doth for herself and her heirs farther agree to and with the said James Carroll Croxall and his heirs Ex.rs and Assigns that she the said Joanna Croxall her heirs Ex.rs & Adm.rs shall and will from time to time and at all times forever hereafter at the proper Request and Instance of him the said James Carroll Croxall or his heirs Executors Adm.rs or Assigns and at his or their proper proper Cost and Charge make do and Execute any Other Lawfull Deed or Deeds of Conveyance according to the True Intent and meaning of this present Deed for the more sure Conveying and making Over unto him the said James Carroll Croxall his heirs Executors Administrators or Assigns all the above Bargained Land and Premisses as he or his heirs Ex.rs Adm.rs or Assigns or his Or their Council Learned in the Law shall devise advise or require Provided the same shall Accord with the True Intent and meaning of these Presents In Witness whereof I have set my hand Affixed my seal the Day and Year above written Signed Sealed and Delivered in presence of
Joanna Croxall Seal
Char Carroll
B Young On the Back of the aforegoing Conveyance
was thus Endorst (Viz.t)

1747 May 30.th Then Came before me one his Lordships Justices
of the Provincial Court the within named Joanna Croxall and
Acknowledged the with Bargained Land and Premisses to be
the Right and Estate of the within named James Carroll Croxall
of Baltimore County according to the True Intent and meaning
of the within Deed B Young

May 30.th 1747 Then Received of James Carroll Croxall the sum
of One hundred Twenty and Two Pounds in full Consideration
of the within Bargained Land and Premisses
Witness Joanna Croxall
Char Carroll
Benjamin Young
Received of M.r James Croxall for the use of the Right
Honourable the Lord Baltimore One pound three Shillings
and Ten pence Sterling being for the Alienation fine of the w.thin
five hundred and Eighty Seven Acres of Land I say Rec.d
me this 8 June 1747 Benj.a Tasker
June 10.th 1747 Recorded 
Carroll, James [Fingaul] (I016853)
 
56444 CARROLL, Mr. Daniel, died Wed, last (Feb, 27) at his house in Upper marborough, (march 6., 1751)

CARROLL, Mrs. Eleanor., consort of Mr, Daniel Carroll. of Upper Marlborough, died here universally regretted on Tues, [April 12]. (April 28, 1763)
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CARROLL, DANIELL, Prince George's County, gentleman, 10 Jul, 1745; 22 May, 1751
To wife Eleanore Carroll, during life, my lands contigious to the turn of Marlboro, except what Is hereinafter excepted, and at her decease, to son Daniell Carroll. Wife to have lands near Charles Branch, In Prince George's County, called Town Quarter, and at her: decease, to sd. son Daniel Carroll.
Whereas a mortgage was made by me by Thomas Butler of a tract called "Joseph Park" which is not paid or satisfied; therefore, give to sons Daniel and John Carroll, interest In sd. mortgaged land.
To sd. sons Daniel and John, tract "Partnership," 10000 A., and another tract called "John and Ann" 500 as in Prince George's Co.
To son John, the lot In Marlboro, where the dwelling house of Mary Townly now stands, and several lots which are In sd. town,
bet. Mary Townley's and the Common Landing Place of sd. town, and the little piece of meadow ground near ad. landing places
To dau. Anne Carroll, land called "Mistake,, 1,300 A.
To wife, 1/3 of all lands during her life; wife also to have 1/3 of personal estate.
Friends: Henry and John Darnall, Charles Carroll, Clement Hill and Ignatius Diggs, to settle any disputes about land.
Wife, extx.
wit: Geo. Gordon, Robert Bradly, Nicholas Digges, John Busey. 28.58
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Mr. Daniel Carroll (merchant) 54.174 PG £1720.7.0 Jun 10 1751 Jul 10 1753
Appraisers: John Hepburn, Thomas Hodgkin.
Appraisers (second set): Thomas Harris, Ninian Tannehill.
Creditors: Daniel Carroll.
Next of kin: Daniel Carroll.
Mentions: Brian Philpot, Jr. attorney for John Philpot and John Hutcheson.
Executrix: Mrs. Elleoner Carroll.
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Daniel Carroll 36.500 A FR £2794.0.0 £42.2.10 Oct 14 1754
The amount of the accounts also included £1.12.11 in sterling.
Received from: Christopher Lowndes, John Campbell, Benjamin Berry, Jr., William Nicholls, Anne Ford, Richard & Samuel Harrison, Henry Wright Crabb, Lingan Wilson, James Riggs, Susannah Jobson, David Scott, Ignatius Diggs, Thomas Digs, Samuel Magruder, Thomas Nicholls, Jr., Thomas Nicholls, Sr., Jonathon Siminsonds, Richard Siminsonds, John Lamar, Thomas Clark, Benjamin Brooks & Mary Townley, James Colmore.
Payments to: Jane Grimshaw, David Linn, Christopher Lowndes for Lord Baltimore in Prince George's County, Dr. David Rose, John Darnall for Lord Baltimore, Margaret Dick paid to Clement Hill, Robert Bradley, Robert Perle, Samuel Roundell, James Dick, MM Wardrop & Graham, Elisabeth Harding, Thomas Cessford.
Executrix: Eleanor Carroll.
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Arthur Nelson 58.100 FR £27.0.11 Jan 7 1754/5
Appraisers: William Luckett George Bussey.
Creditors: John Wostby for Daniel Carroll, Elias Delashmutt.
Next of kin: Elisabeth Delashmutt, John Nelson.
Administrator: Arthur Nelson.
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Prince George's Land Records 1726-1730 - Liber M, Page 48
Enrolled at request of Daniel Carroll 8 Aug 1726:
Indenture, 19 Oct 1725; Between John Hyde, merchant of the Cityof London, andDanielCarroll, merch.; for £170; 2 parcels ofland, one being part of a parcel taken up by James MoorecalledFourHills,another called Patterswick standing by Charles Branch; bounded by land formerly laid out for Jeremiah Sulivant, the plantation of David Small and Benjamin Perry's land; 185 acres and 4 slaves called Hercules, Tony, Benand ?Hate; and all black cattle and hoggs belonging toplantation; /s/ John Hyde; wit. Blake Exton, notary, CharlesCarroll, DanielCarroll; 25 Jul 1726 Charles and DanielCarroll made oath that they saw John Hyde sign deed; they ack.deed on same date
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Prince George's Land Records 1726-1730 - Liber M, Page 181
Enrolled at request of Daniel Carroll 10 Jun 1727:
Indenture, 30 May 1727; Between Henry Darnall, Esq. and Daniel Carroll; for 5s; two tracts on the Western Branch of the Patuxent called Darnall's Chance above the bridge; containing 105 acres; also Addition to Chance; bounded by Bigger's and Bacon's Hall; standing on the Cabbin Branch; containing 105 acres; /s/ Henry Darnall; wit. Jos. Belt, Edw. Sprigg, John Digges, George Buchanan; 30 May 1727 ack. by Henry Darnall
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Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 62
Enrolled at request of Daniel Carroll, bill of sale, 5 Aug 1730: Henry King, planter for £4.10 paid by Daniel Carroll of Marlborough, merchant; two cows and calves; /s/ Henry King;
wit. H. Damall, Ignatius Digges; 1 Aug 1730 ack. by Henry King
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Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 191
Enrolled at request of Justices of Prince George's Co. 19 Dec 1730:
Indenture, 19 Dec 1730; Between Daniel Carroll of Upper Marlborough Town, merchant, of one part and Ralph Crabb, Thomas Gantt, George Noble, Leonard Hollyday, John Magruder, Jeremiah Belt and their associates, Gent. Justices the Peace; for 5s; a parcel in Marlborough being part of Darnall's Chance where the County Court House and County Prison Stocks and Pillory now stand; containing 1 acre; mentions Col. Joseph Belt and Elizabeth Sinton; /s/ Danll. Carroll, wit. Philip Lee, A. Contee; 19 Dec 1730 ack. by Daniel Carroll
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Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland
Liber T, Page 462
Recorded at request of Daniel Carroll, 22 June 1737:
20 Mar 1736; Indenture from Charles Carroll of Annapolis, surgeon, and John Bradford, Gent., of one part, and Daniel Carroll of Marlborough, merchant; John Bradford by deed 15 Jun 1733 conveyed to Charles Carroll his part [500 acres[ of tract of 1,000 acres called John & Ann; also The Henry of 293 acres; also I mulatto slave carpenter called Frank, age ca 25, Negro woman called Nelly his wife; Negro man called Jack Bently, Negro woman Polly his wife and their 2 female children; Bradford also on 29 Jul 1732 conveyed Strife of 500 acres; Plain Dealing of 300 acres; two parcels of Widow's Mite of 190 acres and 19 acres; also The Vineyard containing 14 acres; The Discovery of 65 acres; 15 Oct 1733 several Negroes and mulattos: Jack, his wife and 2 children called Sue and Betty; mulatto Tom and Mulatto Jack (mortgaged to Daniel Dulany & Richard Snowden & released]; this indenture for £128.12.6; above lands and slaves; /s/ C. Carroll, Jno. Bradford; wit. Arnold Livers, Peter Hoggins; ack. Charles Carroll
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Contributed by Shirley Middleton Moller

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Provincial Court Land Records, 1749-1756

Ex.d Vide Mortgage to which the following Release belongs Recorded in this Book fol 100

Know all Men by these Presents That I Eleanor Carroll Exx of the last Will and Testament of the within Named Daniel Carroll for and in Consideration of the Sum of Forty five Pounds and the further Sum of Two Pounds Sixteen Shillings and two Pence for Interest thereon Have Assigned Released and Quitted Claim and by these Presents Do Assign Release and Quit Claim unto the within mentioned Lingan Wilson his Heirs and Assigns All my Right Title Estate and Interest to and in within mentioned Mortgaged Premisses AsWitness my hand and seal this twenty eighth Day of Oct 1751
Sealed and Delivered Elleanor Carroll Seal
In the Presence of
John Hepburn
H Darnall
Recorded March 11.th 1752
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Contributed by Shirley Middleton Moller

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This Indenture made the twenty sixth day of June in the Year
of Our Lord One thousand Seven hundred and Fifty five Between Thomas
Brooke of Prince Georges County of the one part and Eleanor Carroll Executrix of Daniel Carroll late of the County af.d Deceased of the other part Witnesseth that the Said Thomas Brooke for and in Consideration of the Sum of Fifty pounds Current Money to him in hand paid the Receipt
whereof the Said Thomas Brooke doth hereby Acknowledge Hath Given Granted Bargained Sold Alliened Enfeoffed confirmed and made over and by these presents doth for himself and his Heirs Give grant Bargain Sell Allien Enfeof Confirm and Make over unto the said Eleanor Carroll his Heirs and assigns for Ever all that Moiety or part of a Tract of Land Lying in Frederick County containing three hundred Acres called Four Gallons and a half of Rum be the Same More or less together with all and singular the Improvements thereon or in any manner appurtaining To have and to hold the Land and Premisses with the appurtenances unto her the said Eleanor Carroll her heirs or assigns and to no other use intent or purpose And the said Thomas Brooke doth for himself and his Heirs Covenant promise Grant and agree to and with the Said Eleanor Carroll her heirs and assigns and the Said Thomas Brooke and his Heirs the af.d Tract or parcell of Land and premisses with the Appurtenances unto her the said Eleanor Carroll her heirs and assigns shall and will for Ever hereafter defend Provided Nevertheless and it is the true Intent and meaning of these presents and the partys hereunto that if the Said Thomas Brooke his heirs Executors and Administrators Shall well and truly pay or Cause to be paid unto the said Eleanor Carroll her Certain Attorney Executors Administrators or assigns the full and Just Sum of Fifty pounds Currency at or upon the first Day of August Next together with Legal Interest thereon from the Date hereof Then this Indenture and Claim Matter and thing therein Contained Shall be from henceforth utterly Void and of None Effect otherwise to Stand remain abide and be in full Power Strength and Virtue in Law anything contained to the Contrary notwithstanding In Witness
Whereof the party first above mentioned hath hereunto Set his
hand and Seal the Day and Year first above Written
Signed Sealed and Delivered Tho.s Brooke Seal
In the Presence of J Hepburne
Benj.a Hall Jun.r
W Barnes Jun.r
At the foot of the aforegoing Deed was thus Endorsed (Viz.t)
June 26.th 1755 Then Came the above Named Thomas Brooke before
me the Subscriber one of his Lordships Justices of the Provincial Court
of Maryland and Acknowledged the above Deed to be his Act and Deed
and the Land and premisses therein Mentioned to be the right of
the above Mentioned Eleanor Carroll her heirs and assigns according to
the true Intent and Meaning of the said Deed and the Act of Assembly
in Such Cases made and provided
Taken and acknowledged before
J Hepburn
5 Recorded July 12.th 1755
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1770-1772 Frederick County MD Land Records {Patricia Abelard Andersen}
634-637. Richard Bennett Hall recorded 19 March 1772, made 11 October between William Brent and Eleoner his wife of Stafford County, Virginia, and Mary Carroll and Elizabeth Carroll of Frederick County, which said Eleoner, Mary and Elisabeth are daughters and devisees of Daniel Carroll late of Prince George's County, deceased. For £1300 they sell all that parcel of land, formerly in Prince George's County, now in Frederick County, called Killmain, granted Daniel Carroll, including all houses, outhouses, etc., containing 1300 acres. Signed Eleoner Brent, Wm Brent, Mary Carroll, Elizabeth Carroll before Andrew Heugh, Chas Jones. Receipt. Acknowledgment, Eleonar released dower rights
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Prince William County, Virginia Will Book Liber C, 1734-1744; John Fredrick Dorman pg 48-49: estate of Phillip Nowland
To Edward Barry
To Anne Middleton
To Henry Boggess
To William Godrey
To Timothy McCan
To Derby Bryand
To Michael Regan
To Saml Smith
To John Musgrove
To John Carroll
To Thos. Clayborn Gent
To John Quin
to Levies clerks and Sherifs pd Thomas Hawley
To Pierce Noland
To Thomas Edge
To Mr. Catesby Cocke
To Coll Mason
To Bryan Conner
To Mr. George Noble
To Derby Bryant
To Stephen Lewis
To Capn John Colvin
to clerks Sherifs and lawyer fees in the suite of Henry Bryant agt the decd.
To Elizabeth Carrol for her portion left by her father
To Luke Carroll for his portion left per his father
To Daniel Carroll per judgemt pd to Mr Mercer
To Daniel French
To Capn. Awbrey
To Edward Broughton
to clk, sureta and sheriffs fees paid saml smith
18 June 1785 Bridget Noland presented in court this account
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1731 - 1732 Prince William County, Virginia Deeds, Liber A {June Whitehurst Johnson}:
Pages 369-373. Sept. 20, 1732. George Slater of Pr. William, planter to Henry Darnall Jr. of Pr. George Co. in Maryland, Gent. for 20 lbs. sterl....1/6 part of 350 a....on west side of Elklick Run about 2 miles above mouth of run....granted to Geroge Slater by Proprietors dated June 28, 1731 and 1/6 of another tract containing 248 a. upon a draft of Rocky Cedar Run joining Major George Eskeridge granted to Slater by Proprietors dated June 27, 1731 ....also 1/6 part if another tract containing 216 a....on north side of Cubb Run....joining land of Richard Brett. Deed of lease and release. George Sleater
Wit: Wm. Dent, Jas. Markham, Mercer.
At court Sept. 21, 1732 George Slater acknowledged this release with receipt endorsed to Henry Darnall, Jr.
Rec'd. of Henry Darnall 20 lbs. sterl. Sept. 21, 1732.
Pages 373-377. Sept. 19, 1732. George Slater of Pr. William to Daniel Carrol of Marlborough in Pr. George Co., Maryland, Merchant. . for 20 lbs. sterl....1/3 part of tract on Tuskerora a br. of Goose Cr. about a mile above mouth of br....350 a....as by deed dated March 3, 1729.... 1/6 Part of a tr.act adjoining lands of Thomas Asburg upon Elklick Run about 2 miles above the mouth of said run containing 350 a. as by deed dated June 28, 1731.-1/6 part of tract upon a draft of Rocky Cedar Run joining to the land of Major George Eskridge containing 248 a. as by deed dated June 28, 1731-.1/6 part of tract upon side of Cubb Hun joining lands of Richard Britt containing 217 a. as by deed dated June 28, 1728. Deed of lease and release. Geroge Sleater
Wit: William Baker, Wm. Dent.
At court Supt. 21, 1732 George Slater acknowledged this release with receipt endorsed to Daniel Carroll.
Rec'd. of Daniel Carroll 20 lbs. sterl. Feb. 20, 1732.
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1749-1752; Liber PP {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 1. At the request of Daniel Carrol, Jr. the following Deed was recorded September 2, 1749
Indenture made August 26, 1749; Daniel Carrol the elder of Marlborough in PGCo, merchant out of the love and affection he beareth to his son Daniel Carrol the younger and in consideration of the sum of 5 shillings Sterling doth give all those lots or parcels of ground lying in the town of Marlborough and numbered in the plat thereof 25, 26, 27, 28 and 34. Signed Daniel Carroll in the presence of Mary Hepburn, John Hepburn and acknowledged before John Hepburn.
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1752-1757; Liber NN {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 200. At the request of John Hepburn the following Deed was recorded October 3, 1753
Indenture made July 10, 1753; Eleanor Carroll of Frederick County, Maryland, relict of Daniel Carroll [Marlborough] late of PGCo, dec'd, and Daniel Carroll [Rock Creek] of Frederick County, Maryland, gent, in consideration of 5 shillings current money of Maryland paid by John Hepburn of PGCo, Esq., has released all their right of dower or other rights they may have in "Lot Number 100" in the town of Upper Marlboro on the plat of the resurvey of the down and bounded on the east by "Lot Number 9" whereon John Hepburn now lives and on the east by "Lot Number 5" belonging to Benedict Calvert, Esq., and on the west by the two main streets heretofore conveyed by Henry Darnall, Esq., late of PGCo to the late Patrick Hepburn father to the said John Hepburn bearing dated February 13, 1722. And also ½ acre, part of a tract called "Chance" and lying on the west side of the western branch of the Patuxent River opposite to a tract belonging to John Hepburn called "Weymouth". Signed Eleanor Carroll, Daniel Carroll in the presence of John Darnall, William Darnall and acknowledged before John Darnall and at the same time Eleanor Darnall wife of Daniel Darnall relinquished her right of dower
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Carroll, Daniel [Marlborough] (I015820)
 
56445 CARROLL, Mr. John Henry, died Friday last [Feb, 15] at his father's house in Annap., aged 22., of a confirmed consumption- the youngest son of Dr, Charles Carroll, (Feb, 21., 1754)
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CARROLL CHARLES, City of Annapolis. 14 Sep, 1754
To son Charles Carroll of the Middle Temple, his hrs. and assigns, real and personal estate. He to pay my wife Anne Carroll, If she survives me, the sum of 50 lbs. sterl. annually, which by marriage articles with her and George Plater, Esq., I covenanted to do in lieu of all dower and thirds.
Desire that if my latent demands should be made against estate, after decease, that said son plead the act of limitation thereto, being well assured that I can owe no such.
Advise son not to have estate appraised, to save him that exorbitant expense, as I am sure there will be more than will pay debts by many thousand pounds. I mean of personal estate for debts are very little, except to the paper office, which Is a bond of George Thorps for 100 lbs. and the money I am to pay for William Alexander's houses In this city on Severn River, amounts of which will appear in my books.
Desire ex. will pay Nicholas MacCubbin, son-In-law, and to his wife Mary Clare MacCubbin, and to his dau. Mary, and son Nicholls, and his young. son, the sum of 10 lbs. sterl., each to buy mourning.
Declare that I die in communion with the Church of England as by law established now to God The Father, God the Son and God the Holy Ghost, and etc.
Son Charles Carroll, ex.
Wit: Lanct. Jacques, Pinkney, Thos., Jo. Chalmers, Jonathan Williamson. 29.503
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Amos Garrett, Esq. 14.121 A AA £11508.5.3 Jan 23 1735
A second inventory is cited in the amount of £93.0.0. The amount of the accounts also included £1044.11.10 (sterling).
Payments to: David Moonshot, William Monroe, William Parke, Robert Alexander, Dr. Charles Carroll, Dr. George Thorpe, Thomas Moone, Joseph Young, Edward Coyle, William Yieldhall, Mr. James Donaldson, Mr. William Cumming, Benjamin Stevens, Edward Tull, John Worthington, Elisabeth Brown, Mr. Michael Macnemara, Jane Talbert, Mr. Henry Ridgely, Mr. John Gresham, Edward Henry
Calvert, Esq., Edmund Jenings, Esq., John Beale, Esq., James Govane, Mr. Zachariah Maccubbin, Philemon Lloyd, Esq., Daniel Dulany, Esq., Moses Adney, Benedict Leonard Calvert, Esq., Charles Calvert, Esq., Mr. Nicholas Maccubbin, Thomas Jennings per Henry Lowe, Esq. due from deceased as administrator of Rev. Mr. Samuel Skippon, Edmund Jenings, Esq. for his advice on will of Charles Rivers, Mary Woodward (sister) & Elisabeth Ginn (sister), John Galloway attorney for Elisabeth Ginn.
Mentions: parties interested are at age.
Administratrix: Mrs. Achsah Woodward (widow, relict, & administratrix of Amos Woodward (administrator of deceased)).
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Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 637
Enrolled at request of Jacob Henderson 11 Apr 1733:
Indenture 16 Mar 1732; Between Charles Carroll of Annapolis, surgeon, and Jacob Henderson, clerk; Lewis Duvall once of Anne Arundel Co. purchased of Robert Tyler a parcel called Martha's Choice part of Darnall's Grove; bounded by land laid out for Col. Henry Ridgly and land of Samuell Duvall; laid out for 300 acres; Lewis Duvall and Martha his wife by mortgage dated 8 Oct 1706 conveyed Martha's Choice to Robert Mitchell; Mitchell conveyed by his atty. John Battie 2 Apr 1711; he assigned to John Hyde; by deed 27 Nov 1733 to Charles Carroll; this indenture; Carroll, for 30,000# tobacco conveys to Jacob Henderson; /s/ C. Carroll; wit. Richard Wood, Chas. Steward; 16 Mar 1732 ack. by Charles Carroll and Dorothy his wife
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Blake, Charles, Queen Anne's County, 24th Aug., 1723; 8th Mar., 1732.
To son John and male hrs., "Russendale" and "Coursey's Neck" adj. to it in Wye R.; sd. son dying without male issue, ad. tracts to son Philemon and male hrs., he dying without male issue, sd. tracts to female hrs. of son John; residue of lands lying bet. Wye. R. and the wading place, provided sd. John relinquish all claim to personal estate by virtue of Uncle Sayer's last will, and likewise makes good to Peter Harwood land sold him which was property of testator's wife ----.
To son Philemon and hrs., lands on Chester R. viz.: "White Banks", "Coursey Neck" and "Long Neglect". Testator states that his Father has given him an estate in England by his will, and given leave to dispose of it by will, disposes of same as follows:
To dau. Dorothy Carroll £50 a year to be pd. her for space of ten yrs., to son John 1/3 of remaining revenue, and to son Philemon 2/3s until he shall receive £300 more than his bro. John.
To dau. Henny personalty.
Residue of estate to 2 sons afsd. exs.
Test: Richard Tilghman, Otto Coursey, Richard Tilghman, Jr.
3rd Sept., 1725, Codicil: Whereas Charles Carrol, surgeon, Annapolis, husband of dau. Dorothy hath lately exhibited a bill in Chancery Court, thereby suggesting a promise made him of giving dau. Dorothy £500 as portion, in case sd. Charles shall obtain a decree in Chancery Court for sd. £500 the within clause giving sd. dau. £500 is declared void.
Test: Philemon Lloyd (Loyd), Richard Bennett, John Stevens 20. 597
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1731 - 1732 Prince William County, Virginia Deeds, Liber A {June Whitehurst Johnson}:
Pages 31-37. July 17, 1731. John Wheeler and Walter Griffen jr of Parish of Overwharton in Stafford to Charles Carroll Esq., Dr. Charles Carroll of Annapolis, George Atwood of Prince Georges County and Daniel Carroll of Duddington Mannor for 68 lb. 15 shillings.... 320 a. in Parish of included in Stafford Co... except such part thereof as is ncluded in a parcell of land belonging to Mark Shelton {sic Chilton} so as the part so included does not exceed 100 a.... upper side of Little Rockey
Deed of Lease and Release. John (his mark) Wheeler
Walter (his mark) Griffen
Wit: Charles Digges, William Clifton and James Bowler. Recd. of same parties 68 lb. 15 shillings.
Signed by John (his mark) Wheeler and Walter (W) Griffen, Jr.
At court on 21 day of July 1731. Parties achnowledged this release with receipt. 
Carroll, Charles Dr. (I016854)
 
56446 CARROLL, Mr. John Henry, died Friday last [Feb, 15] at his father's house in Annap., aged 22., of a confirmed consumption- the youngest son of Dr, Charles Carroll, (Feb, 21., 1754)
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Provincial Court Land Records, 1749-1756
Volume 701, Page 400

To all Christian People to whom these Presents shall
come Greeting Know Ye That I Charles Carroll of the City of Annapolis
Merchant for and in Consideration of the Natural Love and Affection I bear to
my wellbeloved son John Henry Carroll as also for and in Consideration of
the Sum of Five shillings Sterling Money of Great Britain to me in hand paid
at or before the Ensealing and Delivery of these Presents Have Given Granted
Bargained Sold Aliened Enfeoffed and Confirmed and by these Presents Do
give grant Bargain Sell Alien Enfeoff and Confirm unto him the said John
Henry Carroll All that Tract of Land called Floyds Adventure situate
lying and being in Ann Arundel County on the Bodkin Creek of Patapsco
River Containing three hundred and twenty Acres of Land together with all
the Improvements Profits & Appurtenances thereon or thereto in any wise
belonging and appertaining As also all that Lot of Ground in the City
of Annapolis aforesaid N.o (24) Situate on Duke of Gloucester Street with its
Appurtenances To have and to hold the said Tract of Land called Floyd's
Adventure and the said Lot of Ground N.o (24) with their and every of their
Appurtenances to him the said John Henry Carroll his Heirs and Assigns
for ever as well against me the said Charles Carroll as against any
Person or Persons Claiming or to Claim by from or under me In Witness
whereof and the foregoing Premisses I have hereunto set my hand and seal
this fifteenth day of September One Thousand Seven hundred and fifty three
Sealed and Delivered in the Presence of
C Carroll Seal
W.m Webb Daniel Bennett
1753
On the Back of the aforegoing Deed was thus Endorsed Viz.t
Reced the day and Year within mentioned the full Consideration Money s D
within mentioned being the Sum of five shillings Sterling I say reced by me £ 0 5 0
Witness W.m Webb Daniel Bennett C Carroll
1753

Sept.r 15.th 1753 Then was the within Deed Acknowledged before me according to Law
3 1/2 Recorded Sept.r 15.th 1753 Geo Steuart 
Carroll, John Henry (I016855)
 
56447 Carrolton Manor Rent Rolls: 1777 - William Marshall Jr 100 acres, page 41

1780: Frederick Co, MD Census

William Marshall, Pg. 136
William Marshall, Pg. 139

1790 Md. Census Index; first census of US:
William Marshal, pg. 70,
2; free white males of 16 years and upward, including heads of familes
1; free white males under 16 years
6; free white females, including heads of familes
10; slaves
Neighbors; Simon Grosman, Joseph Howard, George Cumbridge, John Thomas, Basil Perril, Martin Yesterday, Samuel Perril, Daniel Ball, Jacob Carns, Soloman Canadey, Zakariah Lett, William of Wm Thomas, Daniel Lett, Benjamin Stewart, David Lewis, Levy Thomas, Robert Wheeler, John Hilton, Robert Lett, John Durm, Hohn Cumpton, Gary Harding, Hohn Chism, Nicholas Dawson, Robert McDead, Thomas Chism, William Jacobs, Hoseph Goodman, Benjamin Jacobs, John Jacobs, John Ball, Catharine Carnegie, John Limpley, Peter Limpley, Robertson Cruso, Theodore Dunkin, Philip Stover, Philip Noland. looks like a list starting South of Buckeystown on Rte 85 towards Philip Noland's at the Potomac.

Land Record WR10 pg 560-561; 03 April 1792 - bill of Sale
At the request of Nicholas Dawson and William Marshall Jr the following Bill of Sale was recorded 3 April 1792. where George Ramsburg has distressed property of the said Charles Atkins for rent. Looks like ND&WM put up 5 shillings to buy what was left by Ramsburg; 900 lbs tobacco, 25lbs Flax, one empty? nine pigs, three cows, and calves, one black mare 9yrs old, one ??????? mare 8yrs old, and three hogs.

Mary Dawson's will in Prince George Co. MD
proved 1734/5 names Sons John, Thomas, William, George, Nicholas.

Wm jr, 1776 & 1777 constable for the lower part of Monocacy hundred.

1800 Census District 1 - William (over-45), (1; 10-16) (2; under 10), Females (1; 10-16), (1; 16-26) (1; over 45), (1; other free white, probably John Rust) and 8 slaves.
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Contributed by: James Hughes

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Note:

Carroll, Charles: Capias Ad Satisfaciendum or writ of execution printed form, filled in, 1789 to Sheriff of Frederick County to have George Saghar and William Marshall of Frederick County appear in court [Frederick County], 11/6/1789-11/6/1789

Item 2909Indenture, autograph document signed, Frederick County, March 29, 1792:
James Johnson and James Cook, Charles Atkins sells livestock and produce to Nicholas Dawson and William Marshall for 5 shillings (rent money) [Frederick County], 3/29/1792-3/29/1792
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The 1810 Berkeley County, Virginia census was transcribed from National Archives
Microfilm Publication M252, roll 66, pages 501 to 599. Where some letters in names
that could not be determined, a star was used in their place.

ColMNUs are headed as follows:

M<10 Free white males under 10 years of age
10 - 16 " " " 10 years and under 16
16 – 26 " " " 16 " " " 26 including heads of families
26 – 45 " " " 26 " " " 45 " " " "
45 > " " " 45 " " upwards

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FILE# FR# PG LN FIRST NAME & INI LAST NAME
174 512 - 12 Wm MARSHALL

M< 10 10-16 16-26 26-45 45 >
1 3 0 0 1
F< 10 10-16 16-26 26-45 45 > FREE SLAVE
1 0 1 0 1 0 0
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the above Wm Marshall does not appear to be related to the following Wm and John.

FILE# FR# PG LN FIRST NAME & INI LAST NAME
443 530 - 4 JOHN MARSHALL

M< 10 10-16 16-26 26-45 45 >
1 1 0 1 0
F< 10 10-16 16-26 26-45 45 > FREE SLAVE
4 0 0 1 0 0 0
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FILE# FR# PG LN FIRST NAME & INI LAST NAME
469 531 - 19 Wm MARSHALL
M< 10 10-16 16-26 26-45 45 >
4 2 1 1 0
F< 10 10-16 16-26 26-45 45 > FREE SLAVE
2 1 1 1 1 0 0
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Berkeley County, (WEST) VIRGINIA: 1850 Census Index
MARSHALL 309B-322B-349B
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Bartgis Republican Gazette newspaper of July, l800 " Sale by William Marshall at his plantation on Carroll's Manor of horses, cattle, etc."

Bartgis Republican Gazette newspaper of 05 August, l801 " Sale of saw and grist mill with 100 acres, formerly property of Joseph Eller, on Carroll's Manor - Philip Stofer, William Marshall, Frederick Co.""

Bartgis Republican Gazette newspaper of June 23, 1810 John M. Cromwell, administator of William Marshall. In July Cromwell is selling negroes and other personal property from estate of the deceased located 1-1/2 miles from Noland's Ferry.

Orphans Court Proceedings, Frederick County 1794
William Marshall, Farmer; Thomas Murphy apprentice
GM2-183-184; MDHR12291

Recorded by Frederick county VA Clerk M. Taylor -
26th day December 1812.
{mm note: I got a copy of the original from the State Archives in Annapolis. It is on letter size paper folded in thirds and tied with a faded blue ribbon in a tight bow. Ends must have been trimmed. The paper itself was starting to fall apart but the seals were still entact. Ink had faded to a brown color.}

"We the undersigned widow and heirs of William Marshall Late of Frederick County and State of Maryland deceased do hereby acknowledge to have rec'd of Joseph M. Cromwell adm of the said dec'd the sum of one hundred and fifty seven pounds fourteen shillings and eight pence Maryland pounds. that at present being the full amount of the balance of said deceased estate in his hands and subject to be distributed among us and we do by these presents forever acquit, release, and discharge the said Joseph M. Cromwell Adm aforesaid from any other or further claim demand or pretention relative to said estate. In Witness where of we have here to set our hands and seals this 26th day of December 1812. Signed by Elizabeth Marshall, John Rust, William Marshall, Comfort M. Marshall, Martha Marshall."

Release of Heirs to Joseph M. Cromwell - Frederick County, Maryland
7th day of Dec 1814 to be recorded and same day recorded in Libor RB No.1 folios 143&144 a record book of receipts and releases in the office of the Registor of Willis for Frederick county, Rich Butler Reg.

Virginia Frederick County - I James Keith clerk of the court of the County aforsaid do hereby certify that Mandly Taylor before whom the within instrument of writing was acknowledge was at this time of so doing and stats is one of the commonwealths justices of the peace is and for the county aforesaid dully commisioned and ???? and that as such full faith and credit is angel ??? will his offical acts as well within courts of justices as In testimony where of I have herunto set my hand and affixed the seal of the said county this 4th day of april 1814 and in the 38th year of the commonwealth. signed JA Keith.

I John Smitts presiding justice of the peace in for the county aforesaid do hereby certify that the foregoing certificate of James Keith clerk of the Court of the cournty a foresaid is in due form of xxo.
Given under my hand and seal this 4th April 1814.


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Frederick County Inventories RB No. 3 pg 70-73

This accountant charges himself with
the inventory of the deceased persnal
estate amounting to $1635 = lb/3 is .....................613.9.6
also with an increase on sale $228.35 is ............. 85.12.7-1/2
Also with a list of seperate debs $33.63 is .............12.12.3
Also with Inv on Sperate debts.................................1.1.9
Total..................................................................... ..........................712.16.1-1/2 lbs

And this Accountant pays an allowance
for the following payment and disbusements
For current money paid Abraham Griffith
for making deceased coffin...................................2.0.6
For Ditto paid Thomas W. Delashmutt
for the smith and acct proved ??????...............3.6.6
For ditto paid Henry Baer of acct.............................1.1.0
For ditto paid Benj Thomas.....................................0.0.3
For ditto paid Thomas Chisholm.............................1.1.9-1/2
For ditto paid Solomen ???...................................4.15.0
For ditto paid Samuel Dawson...............................7.1.5-9/x
For ditto paid Woodward Evitt...............................40.10.10
For ditto paid John J Thompso...............................1.6.3
For ditto paid John H Simsons..............................3.15.0
For ditto paid John Crompton.................................3.10.3
For ditto paid Ezra Mantz.......................................4.1.11
For ditto paid Ezra Mantz.......................................0.13.4-1/2
For ditto paid W&GL Lackland................................7.11.03/x
For ditto paid Philip Stover......................................14.2.7
For ditto paid Henry Homer?..................................5.17.1-1/2
For ditto paid Woodward Evitt.................................16.13.8
For ditto paid Woodward Evitt.................................1.19.11
For ditto paid W&GL Lackland.................................1.14.10
For ditto paid Mathias Bartgis..................................10.7.10
For ditto paid John Miller..........................................23.10.9
For ditto paid John Rust............................................15.0.0
For ditto paid Samuel Lackland.................................1.9.6
For ditto paid George Buckey...................................12.18.9
For ditto paid Jacob ?????.......................................0.10.0
For ditto paid Philip tyfer?........................................1.5.3
For ditto paid William Michael................................2.6.1-1/2
For ditto paid John Bayly........................................4.15.0
For ditto paid Jon Miller..........................................27.5.2
For ditto paid John Hooper......................................7.18.4-3/x
For ditto paid John Tylor..........................................13.16.3
For ditto paid John Mcpherson...............................11.18.9
For ditto paid Daniel Gauer....................................8.12.6
For ditto paid David Kemp.......................................4.6.8
For ditto paid John Mcpherson.................................57.16.4-1/2
For ditto paid W. Gebhart.......................................1.10.5
For ditto paid John Mcpherson................................0.19.2
For ditto paid George Creager................................2.5.2
For ditto paid Henry Brish....................................0.7.11
For ditto paid Rich Butler.......................................1.5.6
For ditto paid Rich Butler.......................................0.5.1
For ditto paid Rich Butler.......................................1.5.1

10 percent commission.........................................61.6.11-1/2

Balance .......................................................................... .........306.3.11-1/2

Frederick county to wit
On the 9th day of June 1812 then came Joseph M. Cromwell administrator William Marshall Late of Frederick Conty Deceased and made oath on the holy Evangel of Almight God that the foregoing account is just and true as it stands stated to the best of his knowledge and the he hath paid or secured to be paid the several sums of which he claimes as allowance whereupon after due examination is passed by the orphans court. - Test Rich Butler Reg.


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Western MD Genealogy Folder 40298-13 part 2 of the Coroner's Inquests

>JACOB, Negro, the property of John CHISHOLM. 5 April 1787 (filed 24 August
>1787). At the plantation of Gary HARDING. Said Jacob was very old and
>feeble; left his master's place the day before and went to Joseph JACOB's
>and left after night. He was found dead on or nead the main road the next
>day, supposed to have stumbled and fell.
>Jurors:
>Gary HARDING
>Nicholas PARSON
>John JACOBS
>William JACOBS
>John JOHNSON
>Joseph JACOBS
>William MARSHALL
>Jacob BOYER
>Edward BENNET
>Richard FURMAN
>William WAR
>Levi HUGHS
=== William Marshall noted living next to Basil Perrill who lived next to Samuel Perrill.

By deed dated 2 May 1799 Samuel Perrill of Fred. Co. paid 5 shillings to John Wilson, Jr. of Montgomery Co. for 30-acre part of lot #2, part of New Bremen on main road from Frederick Town to Noland's Ferry, adjoining Judburgh Forrest in present Greenfield Mills locale).

Samuel was head of family in District #1, Fred. County, in 1800, and sold to John Compton of Fred. Co. a
3-acre part of the first part of New Bremen.

By deed dated 14 Dec. 1812, Samuel Pearl paid $2400 to Wm. and Charlotte Herbert of Fred. Co. for 2
adjoining tracts: 9_ acre Black Acre & 51-l/2-acre Gants Garden.

Samuel died seized of 2 pieces called Black Acre and Gants Garden, 144-l/2 acres, & a considerable personal estate.
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Contributed by: James Hughes

Note:
PRICE, THOMAS, Comsy. (FR) to MARSHALL, WILLIAM.
Dates: 1781, Sep. 7.
Wheat certificate.
MSA S 1004-31-11729 MdHR 6636-23-28/18 Location: 1/7/3/39

MARYLAND INDEXES
(Maryland State Papers, Index)
1775-1897
MSA S1484 
Marshall, William (I001363)
 
56448 CARTER , EDWARD, Fredericksburg, d. Feb. 21,1792, Executors Bond dated June 6, 1792. Wit. Charles Carter, Jr., Charles Carter, George Carter, George Gilman. Ex. sons Charles and Edward Carter, William Champe. Leg. wife Sally Carter, house and lots in Fredericksburg, plantation and house in Albemarle Co, known by the name of "Blenheim," also tract of land purchased of Col. William Champe, late of Culpeper, during her widowhood; sons Charles and Edward Carter, land in Amherst County, near where my son John lives; son John and his wife Apphire Carter; son Charles, and his wife the daughter of CoI. Fielding Lewis; son George, land in Amherst Co; sons Whitacre and Hill, land in Amherst Co; son William Champe Carter, plantations called "Dicks" and ..Wheelers," and land in Albemarle Co; son Robert Carter, plantation in AlbemarIe, known by the name of "Gloucester" and "Chathams"; daughters Mary Champe and Ann Williams; daughter Elizabeth Stanard; daughter Jane Bradford, wife of Majr. Samuel K. Bradford, and their children; daughter Sally Carter, wife of George Carter. (Page 1156) Carter, Whitaker (I022464)
 
56449 CARTER , EDWARD, Fredericksburg, d. Feb. 21,1792, Executors Bond dated June 6, 1792. Wit. Charles Carter, Jr., Charles Carter, George Carter, George Gilman. Ex. sons Charles and Edward Carter, William Champe. Leg. wife Sally Carter, house and lots in Fredericksburg, plantation and house in Albemarle Co, known by the name of "Blenheim," also tract of land purchased of Col. William Champe, late of Culpeper, during her widowhood; sons Charles and Edward Carter, land in Amherst County, near where my son John lives; son John and his wife Apphire Carter; son Charles, and his wife the daughter of CoI. Fielding Lewis; son George, land in Amherst Co; sons Whitacre and Hill, land in Amherst Co; son William Champe Carter, plantations called "Dicks" and ..Wheelers," and land in Albemarle Co; son Robert Carter, plantation in AlbemarIe, known by the name of "Gloucester" and "Chathams"; daughters Mary Champe and Ann Williams; daughter Elizabeth Stanard; daughter Jane Bradford, wife of Majr. Samuel K. Bradford, and their children; daughter Sally Carter, wife of George Carter. (Page 1156)
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Note:
Wills of Richmond County, Virginia 1699-1800 Robert K. Headley 1993 Clearfield Company
Page 162 - William FAUNTLEROY of Naylors Hole, will, 7 Oct 1793, 3 Dec 1793
Slaves Tom and his wife Rylana and Roger and his wife Nelly to have their freedom;
son Moore to have tract of land called the Old Plantation supposed to be 1000 acres; also 100 pounds out of my estimate for his medical services to my white and black family;
son John to receive plantation after the death of son Moore;
son Griffin Murdock tract of land I bought of William Ford adjoining Cat Point Warehouse;
son Joseph;
son Robert tract called Naylors Hole,
wife to received the mulatto girl Betsy (or Becky) children of daughter Jane Turner: Harry, Thomas, Richard, George, Elizabeth, Jenny and Polly children of Apphia Carter (unnamed:
son in law Capt John C. Carter
natural son Alexander (son of Betsy Fisher) 287 acres at the crosslands which I purchased of my son Griffin
executors son Moore, John Griffin, Joseph, and Robert and Col Vincent Redman;
son Robert to be guardian to son Alexander until he is 18;
witnesses Richard Bruce, Thomas Pritchett 
Carter, John Champe (I033741)
 
56450 CARTER , EDWARD, Fredericksburg, d. Feb. 21,1792, Executors Bond dated June 6, 1792. Wit. Charles Carter, Jr., Charles Carter, George Carter, George Gilman. Ex. sons Charles and Edward Carter, William Champe. Leg. wife Sally Carter, house and lots in Fredericksburg, plantation and house in Albemarle Co, known by the name of "Blenheim," also tract of land purchased of Col. William Champe, late of Culpeper, during her widowhood; sons Charles and Edward Carter, land in Amherst County, near where my son John lives; son John and his wife Apphire Carter; son Charles, and his wife the daughter of CoI. Fielding Lewis; son George, land in Amherst Co; sons Whitacre and Hill, land in Amherst Co; son William Champe Carter, plantations called "Dicks" and ..Wheelers," and land in Albemarle Co; son Robert Carter, plantation in AlbemarIe, known by the name of "Gloucester" and "Chathams"; daughters Mary Champe and Ann Williams; daughter Elizabeth Stanard; daughter Jane Bradford, wife of Majr. Samuel K. Bradford, and their children; daughter Sally Carter, wife of George Carter. (Page 1156) Carter, Edward (I061441)
 

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