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

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56501 CARTER, WILLIAM, Charles County, planter, 12 Feb, 1743; 10 Mar, 1743
To wife SOPHIA, sale extx, my dwelling, plantation and all my movable estate.
To son WILLIAM, personalty at death of mother,
To dau JANE BIRKHEAD, pt, of "Bridge Town" for life, then to son WILLIAM, personalty.
To dau ELIZABETH, wife of late THOMAS THOMAS, personalty.
Residue of est. to be divided by wife among all my child. Tests Thomas North, Wm. Brooke, Luke Adams. MCW 23.625-628
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Benedict: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 433-396: BIRKHEADS CHANCE: 50 acres; Possession of - 50 Acres - Birkhead, Abraham: Surveyed 4 June 1739 for Abraham Birkhead.: Conveyance notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, [mm note - all Birkhead records are in Anne Arundel County],,
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Nehemiah Brickhead 4.31 AA £1065.13.7 Jul 20 1720
Appraisers: Josias Towgood, Allexander Rosenquist.
Creditors: John Watkins (subsheriff) for the High Sheriff.
Next of kin: Abraham Birckhead, Abraham Birckhead, Jr. 
Birckhead, Abraham (I017395)
 
56502 CARTER, WILLIAM, Charles County, planter, 12 Feb, 1743; 10 Mar, 1743
To wife SOPHIA, sale extx, my dwelling, plantation and all my movable estate.
To son WILLIAM, personalty at death of mother,
To dau JANE BIRKHEAD, pt, of "Bridge Town" for life, then to son WILLIAM, personalty.
To dau ELIZABETH, wife of late THOMAS THOMAS, personalty.
Residue of est. to be divided by wife among all my child. Tests Thomas North, Wm. Brooke, Luke Adams. MCW 23.625-628
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Benedict: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 433-396: BIRKHEADS CHANCE: 50 acres; Possession of - 50 Acres - Birkhead, Abraham: Surveyed 4 June 1739 for Abraham Birkhead.: Conveyance notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, [mm note - all Birkhead records are in Anne Arundel County],, 
Carter, Jane (I017394)
 
56503 Cartlyne / Catlyne, William, 1st Feb., 1667; 19th May, 1669. To Eliza: Barbier, Thomas Covey, James Paddison, Luke Barber, Joshua Guibert and Henry Taylor, personalty. Ex. not named. Test: Gregory Rouse, Wm. Gater. 1. 343. Catlyne, William (I090784)
 
56504 Cartwright, Mathew, 6th May, 1714; 15th May, 1714
To son John and hrs., plantation, to pass to dau. Mary should son die without issue.
To wife Susannah., extx,, life interest in plantation, and personal estate jointly with son and dau. afsd. Brother Peter Cartwright to have charge of dau.'s share until she attains 16 yrs. of age or marry.
Test: Jno. Sanders., Thos. Orphin, Michael Wikley. 14. 5. 
Cartwright, John (I059492)
 
56505 Cary, Philip, Charles County, 25th Nov., 1676; 9th Mch., 1676-7. To Susanna Dunn, entire estate, real and personal, in trust for her dau., Mary Dunn (4 yrs. of age) until sd. Mary reaches age of 21 yrs. Test: Wm. Thomas, Saml. Barrot (Barrett). MCW 5. 181.
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Dunn, Susanna, Charles County, 19th Jan., 1676; 9th Mch., 1677. To Samuel Barret and Thomas Polton jointly, 100 A., 'Atheshoop." (ATHEY's HOPEWELL) To Susanna, Mary, and William Thomas, George Barton, Thomas Allcock, and Edward Maddock, personalty. Ex.: Thomas Polton. Test: Wm. Thomas, Saml. Barret. MCW 5, 182.
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Barret, Samuel, Charles County, 13th Jan., 1676; 9th Mch., 1676-7. To Susanna Thomas, personalty. Thomas Polton, ex. and residuary legatee of estate, real and personal. Test: Wm. Thomas, Edward Morlow. MCW 5. 185.
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber F, Page 178
12 Apr 1676; Indenture from George Athy, planter, to Edward Maddock, apothecary; for 3,200# tobacco; a parcel called Athey's Hopewell; located above Piscataway; containing 100 acres; /s/ George Athy; wit. Philip Lines, Richard Brooke
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber F, Page 180
12 Apr 1676; Indenture from Edward Maddock, apothecary, to Philip Carey; for 3,000# tobacco; a parcel called Athey's Hopewell; containing 100 acres; /s/ Ed. Maddock; wit. Philip Lines, Luke Greene
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Prince George's County, Maryland - Land Owners at Time PGCo Was Formed - 1696: Tract Name: ATHEES HOPWELL; Owner: Athee, George: Orig County = C {Charles = C, Calvert = V}; Patent Date: Aug 4, 1674 : Ref: Liber 15, f 261 : Map Location: Q-12 
Cary, Philip (I010110)
 
56506 Caselton, Robert, Charles County, 6th Jan., 1674;
21st May, 1678.
To wife Mary, execx., plantation "Naping" [Wapping] during life.
To son Robert and hrs., 150 A., "Yorke."
To son John and hrs., plantation at death of sd. wife and "Yorke". afsd. in event of death of son Robert without issue.
To dau. Mary and hrs., sd. properties should sons afsd. die without issue.
Mary Herman, guardian of child. during minority.
Test: Thos. Jenkins, Geo. Langham. 9. 23
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber E, Page 34
10 Jan 1670 Court; Deed of Gift from Ellenor Lambert, wife of John Lambert of Portobacco, to Mary Costleton, dau. of Robert Costleton, a heifer; /s/ John Lambert (mark), Ellenor Lambert (mark); wit. John Foord, George Langham; recorded by Robert Castleton {Caselton} 
Caselton, Mary (I011119)
 
56507 Caselton, Robert, Charles County, 6th Jan., 1674;
21st May, 1678.
To wife Mary, execx., plantation "Naping" [Wapping] during life. To son Robert and hrs., 150 A., "Yorke."
To son John and hrs., plantation at death of sd. wife and "Yorke". afsd. in event of death of son Robert without issue.
To dau. Mary and hrs., sd. properties should sons afsd. die without issue.
Mary Herman, guardian of child. during minority.
Test: Thos. Jenkins, Geo. Langham. 9. 23
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber E, Page 147
7 Oct 1673; Indenture from Robert Cossleton, cooper, to John Cassock, planter; for 5,000w tobacco; a parcel called Skipton; bounded by John {O'Caine}, Garrett Sinnett, Sander Simpson, Thomas Corker and John Coffers; laid out for 200 acres; /s/ Robert Cossleton (mark); wit. Edward Abbott, John Dunshaw; acknowledged by Mary Cassleton, wife of John 
Caselton, Mary MNU (I001647)
 
56508 Caselton, Robert, Charles County, 6th Jan., 1674;
21st May, 1678.
To wife Mary, execx., plantation "Naping" [Wapping] during life. To son Robert and hrs., 150 A., "Yorke."
To son John and hrs., plantation at death of sd. wife and "Yorke". afsd. in event of death of son Robert without issue.
To dau. Mary and hrs., sd. properties should sons afsd. die without issue.
Mary Herman, guardian of child. during minority.
Test: Thos. Jenkins, Geo. Langham. 9. 23 
Caselton, John (I011118)
 
56509 Caselton, Robert, Charles County, 6th Jan., 1674;
21st May, 1678.
To wife Mary, execx., plantation "Naping" [Wapping] during life. To son Robert and hrs., 150 A., "Yorke."
To son John and hrs., plantation at death of sd. wife and "Yorke". afsd. in event of death of son Robert without issue.
To dau. Mary and hrs., sd. properties should sons afsd. die without issue.
Mary Herman, guardian of child. during minority.
Test: Thos. Jenkins, Geo. Langham. 9. 23.
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 308-40: THAMES STREET: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Cole, John: Surveyed 14 May 1670 for George Langham at a bound White Oak the North by bounds John Robinson's land called WASSELL: Other Tracts Mentioned: WASSELL; ; ; other notes - 100 Acres - Michael Rochford from Philip Lynes; 27 Aug 1705, 100 Acres - Philip Lynes from George Langham; 20 Jan 1673,100 Acres - Richard Gambra from John Cole; 14 March 1743,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 309-47: TOWER DOCK: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Cole, John: Surveyed 6 May 1671 for George Langham at a bound Spanish oak the bound tree of said Langham.: Other notes - 100 Acres - Michael Rockford from Philip Lynes; 27 Aug 1705, 100 Acres - Philip Lynes from Ralph Coats; 9 Aug 1674,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 308-41: WASSELL: 201 acres; Possession of - 201 Acres - Hawkins, Elizabeth: Surveyed 14 May 1670 for John Robinson at a bound Red Oak upon a plain near a poplar bound tree of Alexander Simpson:
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber D, supplement Page 78, 19 Feb 1669;
Indenture from Gerard Brown, planter, to George Langham, planter; for 2,000# of tobacco; a parcel of land bounded by Poynton Manor, land laid out for James Lyndsey; containing 100 acres; /s/ Gerard Browne; wit. Stephen Mountague, Thomas Allanson
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber E, Page 7-1/2, 2 Jan 1670;
Indenture from George Langham, planter, to Thomas Maris, planter; for 3,300# tobacco; a parcel of land bounded by Cap. Will Stone's manor called Poynton and land laid out for James Lindsy; containing 100 acres now occupied by George Langham; being part of a parcel purchased of Gerrard Browne called Drury Lane dated 10 Mar "long past"; /s/ George Langham; wit. Gerrard Browne, John Godsall
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber E, Page 64. 11 Jun 1672;
Indenture from Joseph Harrison and Stephen Mountague, Gent., ex. of will of Richard Randall, to George Godfrey; for 12,000# of tobacco; part of a tract called Troope's Rendevous; located on the east side of a fresh of Avon River; bounded by Andrew Watson, Edward Deane and Garret Synett; containing 250 acres; /s/ Joseph Harrison, Stephen Mountague; wit. Owen Jones, Geo. Langham
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber E, Page 73
11 Jan 1672; Deed of Gift from Gerrard Sennett and Anne his wife to John Lumbrozion; a black cow; /s/ Ger Sennett, Anne Sennett; wit. Jno. Ford, Geo. Langham
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber E, Page 153
20 Jan 1673; Indenture from George Langham, planter, to Philip Lines, innholder of Portobacco; for valuable consideration; a parcel called Thomas Street; bounded by John Robinson's land called Wassell; containing 100 acres; also a parcel called Tower Dock adjoining afsd. land also containing 100 acres; /s/ Geo. Langham; wit. Haman Norton, Wm. Gough, Richard Jones
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber E, Page 156, 12 Jun 1674;
Mar 1673; Acknowledgment from Christopher Breamer, planter, to Philip Lynes innholder; for consideration of considerable value; 80 acres of land called Antwerp; part of 200 acres laid out for Breames; adjoining Richard Pinner on the north side of, and about 1 mile from the Piscataway River; bounded by Philip Lande; /s/ Christopher Breamer (mark); wit. Gerard Browne, George Langham
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber H, Page 10. 6 Jun 1678;
Indenture from Francis Wynne, Gent., to Benjamin Rozer, Esq.; for 19,000# tobacco; a parcel called Warred; bounded by 300 acres taken up by Alexander Simpson; containing 200 acres; also a parcel called Blooksitch; bounded by Saunder Simpson; containing 100 acres; also a parcel called London; bounded by George Langham's land called Thomas Street; containing 100 acres; /s/ Francis Wine; wit. Rando. Brandt, Edmond Dennis
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Charles County Maryland Land Records, Liber Z, Page 214
Recorded at request of Daniell Deloser, tailor:
7 Aug 1705; Indenture from Philip Lynes, Gent., to Michaell Ratchford of St. Mary's Co.; for 11,000# tobacco, a parcel called Thomas Street; bounded John Robbinson's land called Wassell; containing 100 acres; also land called Tower Dock formerly taken up by George Langham and sold to Lynes; also bounded by Wassell; laid out for 100 acres; /s/ Philip Lynes; wit. James Cottrell, Edward Philpott, Tho. Orrell
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Charles County Land Records, Liber C#2 Page 259, 16 8ber 1711;
Recorded at request of Edmund Howard late clerk:
27 Aug 1705; Indenture from Phillipp Lynes, Gent., to Michaell Rockford of St. Mary's County, cooper, for 11,000# tobacco; a tract called THAMES STREET formerly taken up by George Langham; bounded by Robinson's land; containing 100 acres; also a parcel called TOWER DOCK formerly taken up by sd. Langham; bounded by John Robinson's Wassell; laid out for 100 acres; /s/ Philip Lynes;, wit. James Cottrell, Edwd Phillpott, Thomas Onell; 25 Aug 1705 Philip Lynes ack. "livery and seizin" of above 2 tracts of land; /s/ Philip Lynes; 27 Aug 1705 Philip Lynes ack. deed; alienation paid for use of James Heath, farmer of the Western Shore
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 308-40: THAMES STREET: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Cole, John: Surveyed 14 May 1670 for George Langham at a bound White Oak the North by bounds John Robinson's land called WASSELL: Other Tracts Mentioned: WASSELL; aka THOMAS STREET; ; Conveyance notes - 100 Acres - Michael Rochford from Philip Lynes; 27 Aug 1705, 100 Acres - Philip Lynes from George Langham; 20 Jan 1673,100 Acres - Richard Gambra from John Cole; 14 March 1743, , , ,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 309-47: TOWER DOCK: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Cole, John: : Surveyed 6 May 1671 for George Langham at a bound Spanish oak the bound tree of said Langham.: Conveyance notes - 100 Acres - Michael Rockford from Philip Lynes; 27 Aug 1705, 100 Acres - Philip Lynes from Ralph Coats; 9 Aug 1674,, , , , 
Lanham, George (I020410)
 
56510 Caselton, Robert, Charles County, 6th Jan., 1674; 21st May, 1678.
To wife Mary, execx., plantation "Naping" [Wapping] during life.
To son Robert and hrs., 150 A., "Yorke."
To son John and hrs., plantation at death of sd. wife and "Yorke". afsd. in event of death of son Robert without issue.
To dau. Mary and hrs., sd. properties should sons afsd. die without issue.
Mary Herman, guardian of child. during minority.
Test: Thos. Jenkins, Geo. Langham. 9. 23
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Robert Casleton 5.218 I #3675 May 27 1678
Appraisers: Garett Sinett, John Wood.
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Robert Casleton 5.219 A CH #3675 Jul 16 1678
Payments to: Maj. Benjamin Rozer, Gerrard Browne, Edward Maddox paid to Matthew Harman.
Executrix: Mary Casleton (widow).
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Gerrard Browne 6.644 I #20771 Nov 18 1678
Appraisers: John Godshall, William Boyden,
List of debts: Robert Cosselton(Casselton), Matthew Harman, Edward Roberts, Thomas Allanson.
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber D, Page 39
8 Sep 1668; Indenture from John Caen, {O'Caine} Gent., to Robert Carleton {Caselton}, cooper; for 3,500# of tobacco; a tract of land called NAPPING; on the west side of Portobacco Creek; bounded by Archibald Wayhop and Garret Synnets; laid out for 150 acres; /s/ John Caen (mark); wit. Samuel Cressey, John Stone
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber E, Page 34
10 Jan 1670 Court; Deed of Gift from Ellenor Lambert, wife of John Lambert of Portobacco, to Mary Costleton, dau. of Robert Costleton, a heifer; /s/ John Lambert (mark), Ellenor Lambert (mark); wit. John Foord, George Langham; recorded by Robert Castleton {Caselton}
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber E, Page 104-1/2;
8 Mar 1672; Indenture from Thomas Allanson to John Lambert; for 3.000# tobacco; a parcel of land called Simpson's Supply; on the east side of Piscataway Creek and south side of Mattawoman Creek; bounded by Allanson's Manor; containing 100 acres; /s/ Tho. Allanson; wit. Luke Green, Robert Cassellton
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber E, Page 147
7 Oct 1673; Indenture from Robert Cossleton, cooper, to John Cassock, planter; for 5,000w tobacco; a parcel called Skipton; bounded by John {O'Caine}, Garrett Sinnett, Sander Simpson, Thomas Corker and John Coffers; laid out for 200 acres; /s/ Robert Cossleton (mark); wit. Edward Abbott, John Dunshaw; acknowledged by Mary Cassleton, wife of John
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber H, Page 94
12 Oct 1678; Indenture from John Cassock, planter, to Rise Wayman and Joseph Wolph, planter; for 5,000# tobacco; a parcel of land called Skipton; granted by patent to Robert Castleton who sold to John Cassock; containing 200 acres; /s/ John Cassock; wit. Richard Edelen, Samuel Walter
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber K, Page 273
9 Sep 1682; Deed of Gift from Wm. Nevill to Lydia Shuttleworth a parcel of land in Nanjemy Creek called Hornefaire C); contingent legatee Edw. Shuttleworth; children of Thomas Shuttleworth; /s/ Wm. Nevin; wit. Mathew Harmon (mark), Robert Castleton, Rich Hodgson

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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 302-3: WAPPING: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Wilkinson, Mary: Surveyed 11 Oct 1663 for John Cane in the woods on the West side Port Tobacco Creek: Other Tracts Mentioned: aka NAPPING
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 307-37: YORKE: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Wilkinson, Mary: Surveyed 10 June 1669 for Robert Casselton beginning at a bound Red Oak at the S.W. Tree of Owen Jones called the ADVENTURE (poss by Mary Wilkinson daughter of Laurence Wilkinson: Other Tracts Mentioned: ADVENTURE; Conveyance notes - 40 Acres - Thomas Saunders from Joseph Pellusus & Mary; 14 Nov 1728. ,

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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 310-55: SKIPTON: 200 acres; Possession of - 200 Acres - Smoote, Barton: Surveyed 22 July 1672 for Robert Casselton at a bound White Oak of John Cane & Garrett Sinnett binding upon Sinnett:
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 460-555: SKIPTON: 56 acres; Possession of - 56 Acres - Farrand, Thomas: Originally called the HOPEFUL BLESSING, ESCHEATED, by and Re-Surveyed for Thomas Farrand, 24 July 1744, beginning at a bounded white oak the original beginning of the said tract, patented 20 Nov 1749 for John Farrand.: Other Tracts Mentioned: HOPEFUL BLESSING; HOPEFUL; ; {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, ,, , , ,
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Northumberland County Record Book 1652 -1658: ©Peter's Row - 2002
Jone Chambers her gift unto Ursula Richardson
To all it may concern know you that I Jone Chambers,
widow have freely out of love and affection given and
delivered unto Symon Richardson for the proper care and
behalf of his daughter Ursuly Richardson one cow calfnow
fallen of my cow commonly called, "Besie", the male and
female for the said Ursuly and her heirs forever. Witness my
hand the 2nd of June 1655.
signed Jone Chambers.
Witness George Stowe, Robert Caselltun
20th August 1655, this writing was recorded.
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NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY RECORD BOOK 1652-1658; pg 53
To all it may concerne, Know yee that I JANE CHAMBERS, Widdow, have freely out of love and affection give & deliver unto SYMON RICHARDSON for the use and behalfe of his Daughter, VASULY RICHARDSON, one Cove Calfe nowe fallen of my Cowe comonly called Dafne, the male and female for the said VASULY and her heires for ever, Wittness my hand the 2 of June 1655
Wittness GEORGE STOWE, JANE CHAMBERS
ROBERT CASTELLTIN
20th August 1655. This Writeing was recorded
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Northumberland County Record Book 1652 -1658: ©Peter's Row - 2002
Robert Castleton his pattent.
To all etc. whereas etc. Now know you that I Samuel Mathews Esq. etc. give and grant unto Robert Castleton l-----] thousand acres of land in Potomack [---] on the Northside of a creek below Pascatoway but on the opposite side of the River of Potomack bounding South Easterly upon l-----] said river South Westerly upon a creek by him called [---] Creek running North Westerly from the river 640 [----] into the woods and North Easterly from the said creek [----- ] poles towards the land surveyed tor Mr. Henry Vern-] the said land being due unto the said Robert castleton by [----] for the transportation of twenty persons
into this colony whose names are all in the records mentioned under [---] pattent etc. dated the 15th of July 1657.
Samuel Mathewes, W. Claiborne Seer,
Robert Castleton his assignment of a pattent to Mr. Wm. Thomas.
I Robert Castleton do assign all my title right and interest of this pattent unto Wm. Thomas his heirs and assignees forever witness my hand this 20th of January 1657.
Signum - Robert Castleton
Witness - George Colclough
R. Flynt
20th January 1657, this assignment was acknowledged in court by the said Robert Castleton unto Mr. Wm. Thomas and is recorded.
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1657-1661 Order Book Northumberland Co Va; Antient Press: Pg 211
Northumberland County Court 20th of May 1659
- ROBERT CASTLETON was this day sworne Constale for LITTLE WICOCOMOCO & from thence up to CUPIDS CREEKE

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CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS PATENT BOOK No. 2; Pg 219
WILLIAM BETTS, 100 acs. Northumberland Co., 12 Sept. 1651, p. 335. Beg. on Ewd. side of a branch of a creek that issueth out of great Wicocomice river, sd. creek dividing this and a parcell called by the name of Capt. Clayborns Land. Trans. of 2 servants: Will Betts, Robert Castleton.
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CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS PATENT BOOK No. 4; Pg 351
ROBERT CASTLETON, 1000 acs. in Petomeck freshes on the N. side of a creek below Puscatoway but on opposite side of sd. river & S. Wly. on Hopkins Cr. & N. Ely. towards land surveyed for Mr. Henry Vincent. 15 July 1657, p. 1I6, (I72). Trans. of 20 pers: Wm. Gill, Richd. Heath, Eliz. Arnold, Rob. Stone, Jane Hunt, Avis Brown; Ales Tiller, Geo. Ray, Fra. Coney, Anth. Barwick, Walter Pratt, Jasper Grey, Arth. Newcombe, Tho. Farrington, Prudence Greene, Wm. Corey, James Slaner, Isabell Meldron, Jane Mount- ford, Willm. Holeman. 
Caselton, Robert (I010118)
 
56511 catharine appears to have married Joseph

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Assessment of 1783 Charles County- Maryland State Archives Maryland State
Archives
MARYLAND INDEXES
(Assessment of 1783, Index)
1783
Charles County
MSA S 1437

Joseph Dyall. CH 7th District, General p. 4. MSA S 1161-5-4 1/4/5/48
William Dyall. CH 7th District, General p. 3. MSA S 1161-5-4 1/4/5/48
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CENSUS YEAR: 1790 STATE: MD COUNTY: Charles ENUMERATOR: Charles Mankin
558 24 Dyal Joseph 1 1 2 . . .
558 23 Dyal Willm . 3 4 . 10 Oversr for Geo Mason
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Charles, MD 1800 Federal Census
70 9 Dyall Catharine Durham Parish pg0062.txt
70 9 Dyall Catharine . 1 2 . . 1 1 1 . 1 . 1 --- Durham Parish 
Dyall, Joseph (I103282)
 
56512 Catharine, b. March 27, 173- dau. Robt. & Jane (b. p. 28) guess at 1734 Cross, Catherine (I099504)
 
56513 Catherine BAILEY was born 24 Apr 1743 in Baltimore County, MD. She
married Thomas HATTON 29 Jan 1767 in St. John's P.E. Church, Baltimore Co.,
MD, son of John HATTON and Sarah CHANEY. He was born 11 Oct 1735
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Thomas Hatton 112.392 BA £35.9,6 Aug 20 1773
List of debts.
Administratrix: Catharine Hatton,
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Thomas Hatton 6.227 D BA £133.2.1 Aug 20 1773
Sureties: Chinoe Hatton, Thomas Baily.
Distribution to: Widow (unnamed, 1/3). Residue to 2 children (unnamed, equally).
Administratrix: Catherine Hatton.
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John Hatton 106.335 BA £289.1.11 May 8 1771 Jul 29 1771
Appraisers: Nathan Nichollson Joseph Crook.
Creditors: John Skinner for Mr. James Russell & Co.
Next of kin: John Hatton.
Mentions: Joseph Crook, Chane Hatton.
Executor: Thomas Hatton.
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HATTON, John, Baltimore Co. 14 Nov, 1770; 29 Nov, 1770
To wife Unity.
Children: Sarah, Betsy, Thomas, John, Elizabeth Watkins and Anne Crommey.
Two youngest daus., Sarah and Betsy..
To dau. Elizabeth Watkins, a cow, now in possession of Daniel Watkins.
Mentions Thomas Chaney, Aquilla Hatton, Mary Coney and John Hatton.
Ex.: son Thomas.
Wit: William Bond, Joseph Crooke, Thomas Davis. 38, 107 
Hatton, Thomas (I032916)
 
56514 Catherine BRENT was born 13 Jan 1728/29 in Overwharton Parish, Virginia (Stafford Co.). She married James, Sr. WREN 27 Mar 1753 in Stafford County, Virginia, son of John WRENN and Anne TURNER. He was born Abt. 1728 in VA, and died Abt. 1815 in Falls Church, Virginia (at home). Brent, Catherine (I047005)
 
56515 Catherine dau of Edward Mitchel and Grace bapt. 16 Aug 1713 Mitchell, Catherine (I100450)
 
56516 Catherine decends from either from James or Joseph Muncaster.

1860 Prince William County Virginia Census by Ronald Ray Turner
Census: 1860 1056/1031, Brentsville District, Prince William County, Virginia, head of household
Census: 1840 #2-13, PWC, head of household, w wife & 7 children 
Muncaster, Catherine (I077287)
 
56517 Catherine Douglas, Charles County, Maryland. May 19, 1766 Mar. 9. 1768
To Son Thomas Harris: one negro boy Harry * * *
To daughter Elizabeth Smoot: one negro Phillip * * * and my riding chair during life and if she dies, the chair is to go to Anne Harris, wife of Thomas.
To sister Mary Reeves: My saddle, etc.
To son Joseph: To have negroes Quam. and Winnes, silver spoons, and all the rest of my estate.
Executors: Thomas Harris and Joseph Douglas my sons,
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Katharine Douglass 97.232 CH £379.15.7 Jun 7 1768 Jun 16 1768
Appraisers: Samuel Love, Jr William Brown.
mentions: John Smoot, David Wather.
Mentions: T. Harris, Elisabeth Smoot.
Executor: Joseph Douglass.
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Charles Musgrave 33.136 A CH £268.17.9 £309.3.3 Jul 18 1752
Sureties: Alexander Hawkins, Thomas Smoot, Jr.
Received from: Robert Honer.
Payments to: Robert Honer, Richard Gildart, Esq. & Sons paid to Robert Honer, John Scott, John Hanson, John Brossottt Dr. Gustavus Brown, Elizabeth Perrender, per Harrison Musgrave, representatives (unnamed) of Esdras Theodore Edzard (deceased Was security), Walter Hanson, Daniel Dulany, Esq., Dan. Jenifer, Abram. Devenport, Sam. Hodgh.
Distribution to: widow (unnamed), then to children (in equal amounts): Charles, Harrison, Elisabeth, Lidya, Henneritta, Charity Musgrave.
Executrix: Katherine Musgrave.
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William Edgar Marshall Note: The will of Joseph Douglas stated that his wife Catherine was to have the use of his riding chair until his son Joseph Douglas was 21 years of age, the chair to go to him then. Catherine Douglas, in her will, left her riding chair to her daughter Elizabeth Smoot, and at her death to her daughter-in-law Anne Harris, wife of Thomas. Very very seldom have we found anyone who possessed a riding chair, as it was indeed a luxury in that period. And in this case, it seems probable that both Joseph and Catherine had one.

May 23, 190l - St Mary's County Beacon
http://searches2.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/ifetch2?/u1/textindices/M/MDSTMARY+2 002+181685203+F
"The Harris Family

John Francis Harris, now the oldest living representative of the well-known Harris family, give us the following history of the family in Maryland, which is copied from an old record now in his possession:

About the year 1650 a certain Thomas HARRIS emigrated with his wife and servant man, John HAMLINSTON, from England to America. He had a grant of three hundred acres of land in Maryland, which he took up in the neighborhood of Pickawaxon in William and Mary Parish, Charles County, and which is known by the name of Harris' Land or the Land of Harris, as appears by the patent recorded for the land office of the Western Shore. The said land descended to Thomas HARRIS, son of the aforementioned Thomas HARRIS, who was born February 26, 1683, and who married Martha STANDBURY, daughter of John and Arabella STANDBURY, September 28, 1704. It afterwards descended to John HARRIS, son of the above mentioned Thomas HARRIS and of Martha, his wife, who was born May 25, 1708, and who married Catharine MUSGROVE, daughter of Charles and Catharine MUSGROVE. The land next descended to Thomas HARRIS, son of the above mentioned John and Catharine HARRIS, who was born August 1, 1741, and who married Anne GWINN, daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth GWINN February 19, 1764. The issue of this marriage was: Eleanor HARRIS, John HARRIS, Martha HARRIS, born March 26, 1768, and who married John MADDOX, Thomas HARRIS, born December 31, 1769, who married Eleanor DAVIDSON, Elizabeth HARRIS, Joseph HARRIS, born August 7, 1778, who married Susanna REEDER, John Francis HARRIS, born March 22, 1775, who married Ruth STUNSTILL, Kitty HARRIS, born July 30, 1776, who married William VINCENT, Benjamin Gwinn HARRIS, Gwinn HARRIS, Violetta HARRIS, born May 33, 1782, who married F.P. BARBER, Nathan HARRIS, born September 5, 1785, who married Mary CLAGETT, Morgan HARRIS, born November 16, 1787, who married Anna MORSON and after whose death he married Etheldra CHAPMAN."
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John Harris 20.117 A CH £194.7.10 £12.16.8 Feb 25 1743
Sureties: John Courts, Nathan Harris.
Received from: Mary Hayes.
Payments to: Dr. Francis Parnham, Robert Horner, Walter Hanson.
Representatives: widow (unnamed), children: Thomas Harris, Martha Harris.
Administratrix: Katherine Harris.
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Steward, Eleanor, Charles County, 12th Oct., 1725; 9th June, 1731.
To dau. Katherine Mosgrove, granddau. Eleanor and granddau. Katherine Mosgrove personalty.
To son John Parandler and granddau.Eleanor Criger, 1s. each.
Son James Parandiers ex. and resid. legatee.
Test: William Nelson (Nellson), Sarah Nelson (Nellson), Honnere Blanchet. 20, 207.
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DOUGLASS, JOSEPH, Charles Co, 7 July 1754; 23 Nov 1756
To son, Joseph Douglass, 25a of land adj. Mr. Bradford and known as "Smiths Fortune."
To son Joseph 2 young negros, James and Hannah
To dau. Elizabeth Douglas, negros Sue and Jane
To wife Catherine Douglas, negro boy Qquominer, riding chair
Remainder of estate to children, Mary Marshall, Penelope Courts, William Douglas, John Douglas, Sarah Thompson, Joseph Douglas and Elizabeth Douglass.
Wife extx
Wit: Nathaniel Harris, Hendley Courts, Mathew Pope. 30 274.
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Capt. Joseph Douglass 64.38 CH £427.3.9 Jun 21 1757
Appraisers: Edward Ford, James Wood.
Creditors: Gustavus Brown. Alexander McFarlane for Mr. John Pagan & Co.
Next of kin: William Douglass, John Douglass.
Executrix: Katharine Douglass.
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Charles County Maryland Land Record Liber X#2, 1743-1744; Page 119. I, Arthur Lee of CC, far the love 1 have for my wife, Ann Lee, and also that I may fulfill my promise to her before marriage, and for the great regard 1 have for my 2 sons-in-law, Robert and Jonathan Yates, and for divers other good causes, I confirm unto my son-in-law, sd Robert -Yates, 1 large silver punch bowl which did belong to his father, the late Major Robt Yates, deceased. And for like reason, give my son-in-law Jonathan Yates, 1 Negro girl, about 10 years old, called Judeth, daughter of Negro Moll, now my proper slave. Signed May 24, 1744 - Arthur Lee. Wit - Robt Yates, John Harris.
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Charles County Maryland Land Record Liber Z#2, 1744-1753; Page 135. At the request of James Nevison, the following power of attorney was recorded on Jan 16, 1746[/7].
Edward Tubman and Thomas Hartley of Whitehaven in the County of Cumberland in GB, merchants, have appointed James Nevison of Maryland, merchant, their true and lawful attorney, to recover all money, goods, credits, or merchandise that are owing to sd Tubman or Hartley from anyone in Maryland. Signed Jun 1, 1742 - Edward Tubman, Thomas Hartley. Wit - Jonathan Harris, John Rothery.
Nov 9, 1743. Then came Capt Jon.a Harris, one of the witnesses before 2 CC JPs, and made oath that he saw sd Tubman and Hartley sign the power of attorney. 
Musgrove, Catharine (I001368)
 
56518 Catherine Glackin b. 1790 in Virginia married James Stephens 12/12/1810 in Madison, Kentucky. Parents William Glackin and Elizabeth McKindrie. Glackin, Catherine (I015166)
 
56519 Catherine HUNT was born ABT 1710, and died ABT 1736. She was the daughter of 2. John HUNT. She married Philomen Gittens "Phillip" PRATER 17 FEB 1725 in Prince George's County, Maryland, son of Thomas M.º PRATHER and Marthaº SPRIGG. He was born 1707 in Prince George's County, Maryland, and died ABT 1767 in Laurens County, SC.

Children of Catherine HUNT and Philomen Gittens "Phillip" PRATER are: i. Martha PRATER was born 20 SEP 1729. She married William HALLUM 1749, son of John HALLUM and Mary. He was born 1731 in MD.
ii. Margaret PRATHER was born 14 SEP 1730 in Prince George's County, Maryland, and died 1 SEP 1827 in Mercer County, Kentucky. She married Thomas Claggett PRATHER 9 MAY 1750, son of Thomas Mackay Sprigg PRATHER and Elizabeth CLAGGETT. He was born 9 MAY 1726 in MD, and died 12 Oct 1758 killed in Battle of Lovathanna, PA (Fr & Indian War).
iii. John Hunt PRATHER was born ABT 1735 in Prince George's County, Maryland, and died 1814 in Madison County, Kentucky. He married Eleanor TURNER 13 JUL 1753 in Rowan County, NC.
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Robert Pain 9.330 A PG £3.14.3 Mar 26 1729
Payments to: Catherine Prather, Peter Dent.
Heirs: Mary, Susanna, Rachell, Elisabeth, Penolope, Uphen, Anne Pain,
Administratrix: Anne Pain. 
Hunt, Catherine (I011952)
 
56520 Catherine Jett died in King George County, 1787. In her will (1786) she mentioned her daughters, Betty and Frances Jett and Anne Brown.

Frances Jett, daughter of Catherine Jett (d. 1787) of Westmoreland Co.

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Fothergill, Augusta B. Wills of Westmoreland County Virginia. Appeals Press. 1925., Page 187:
"JETT, CATHERINE, 7 Nov. 1786; 27 Feb. 1787. Land in King George to be sold and amount paid to daus. Betty and Frances Jett who are also to have 1200 lbs. tobacco; dau. Anne Brown 1 cow, blankets etc; Peter Jett exr." 
Jett, Frances (I025920)
 
56521 Catherine Jett, (laughter of Peter Jett (d. 1807) of King George Co.

Catherine Jett, sister of Anne Jett (d. 1810) of King George Co. 
Jett, Catherine (I025922)
 
56522 CATHERINE MACKON OF CHARLES CO - UFO

Nov. 1770 - Catherine Mchone vs. Daniel Barron. Case. Non est. [docket item only]
Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber T No. 3, p. 216.

Mar. 1771 - Catherine Mchon vs. Daniel Barron. Case. NEJ. [docket item only]
Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber T No. 3, p. 355. 
Mackon, Catherine (I077691)
 
56523 Catherine married Rev. Timothy Dargan of Amelia Township, Berkeley County SC ca 1720's
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1731 - 1732 Prince William County, Virginia Deeds, Liber A {June Whitehurst Johnson}:
ages 185-191. April 18, 1732. Timothy Dorgan of. Stafford, planter to William Threalkilld of same....for 3000 lbs. of Tob....253 a... south side of Ceder Run in parish of Hamilton.... corner of Lewis Renoes....another tract of Lewis Tacquets....haveing been formerly sold by Phelemon Waters unto Timothy Dargon by deed of lease and release dated 8/9 of April 1730. Timothy Dargon
Wit: Wm. Bills, John I. or J. Davis, Henry Connyers
At court April 19, 1732 Timothy Dargon acknowledged this release with receipt endorsed to William Threalkild and Catherine wife of Timothy relinquished her right of Dower to lands in said deed.
Pages 191-192. Timothy Dargan of Stafford Co. bound unto William Threalkild of same....sum of 100 lbs. on April 15, 1735.
Timothy Dargan
Wit: Wm. Bills, John I. Davis, Henry Connyers
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Prince William County, Virginia Deeds {Antient Press}: Liber M; 1749 - 1752; pp 34
TO ALL CHRISTIAN PEOPLE to whom this writing shall come I OWEN LORD and my wife MARY LORD of the County of Prince William send Greeting. Know ye that we the said OWEN LORD and MARY LORD for divers good causes but more especially for a Sufficient dwelling house & also good cloathing dyet washing and Lodging with such necessary attendance as we or either of us shall required during both our natural lives we hereunto moving have granted unto TIMOTHY DARGAN of the County aforesaid all and singular our goods and chattles household stuff and all other our substance whatsoever in whose hands or keeping the same are in or may be found, To Have and To Hold all and singular the said goods chattles and household stuff whatsoever of us the said OWEN LORD and MARY LORD unto the said TIMOTHY DARGAN his heirs and assigns from henceforth and to his and their proper use to dispose at his or their wills and pleasures as of their own proper goods and chattels We the said OWEN LORD and MARY LORD have put the said TIMOTHY DARGAN in full possession by virtue hereof, In Witness whereof we have set our hands and seals the fourth day of November in the year one thousand seven hundred and forty nine
in presence of JOHN HINDREN, OWEN LORD
PETER GLASCOCK, WILLIAM GLASCOCK MARY LORD
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Prince William County, Virginia Deeds {Antient Press}: Liber M; 1749 - 1752; pp 153-155
THIS INDENTURE made this XXVIIth and XXVIIIth day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and fifty between PHILEMON WATERS JUNR of the Parish of Dittengen in County of Prince William Planter of one part and BENJAMIN GRAYSON of the Parish and County aforesaid Gent. of other part Witnesseht tht the said PHILEMON WATERS JUNR for the sum of Twenty three pounds Currant money of Virginia hath sold unto the said BENJAMIN GRAYSON in his actual possession now being by virtue of a Lease for one year and by force of the statute for transferring uses into possession and to his heirs and assigns forever a parcel of land in the County of Prince William containing Eighty acres being part of a Tract of Five hundred Eighty Six acres of land PATENTED by PHILEMON WATERS Father of the said PHILEMON and by him Two hundred and Fifty three acres of the said Tract was conveyed to TIMOTH DARGAN and by the said DARGAN in the year one thousand seven hundred and Thirty two the same was sold to one WILLIAM THREALKELD and in the year one thousand seven hundred and Forty Three the said WILLIAM THREALKELD sold the same to PHILEMON WATERS JUNR first party to these presents, the said Eighty acres of land being part of that Two hundred and Fifty three acres sold by TIMOTHY DARGAN to PHILEMON WATERS the Elder out of the tract of Five hundred and Eighty six acres PATENTED by him the said Eighty acres of land being bounded beginning at a Hiccory on a point the Beginning tree of the land granted to HENRY HALLEY deced and extending from thence South West to a box Oak thence South East to two white Oaks by a Branch thence crossing the same South West to several saplins Corner to RENO thence North East to a Poplar Corner to said RENO thence due North to a large white Oak by a branch Corner to TACQUET thence North East to a red Oak thence North East to a white Oak corner to WILLIAM MORE thence to the first beginning together with all houses and appurtenances whatsoever belonging and all the Estate right To Have and To Hold unto the said BENJAMIN GRAY- SON and his heirs, In Witness whereof the said PHILEMON WATERS JUNR bath set his
hand and Seale
in presence of WM, HANCOCK, PHILM, WATERS JUNR,
GEO: MASON, JOHN COMBS
At a Court held for the County of Prince William the 25th day of March 1731 PHILEMON WATERS JUNR, acknowledged this Release & receipt which are admitted to record and SARAH the Wife of the said PHILEMON being first privately examined relinquished her right of dower 
Dargan, Timothy (I080127)
 
56524 Catherine MCPHERSON was born 16 MAR 1744/45 in Charles County, Maryland, and died 23 MAR 1816 in Charles County, Maryland.
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MCPHERSON, WILLIAM, Charles Co. 14 Nov 1751 11 Mar 1752
To wife Barbara McPherson, 168 A., tract called the "Dalready Second Addition".
To son Thomas McPherson, of tract called "Brierwood" which I bought of Thomas Boarman Mudd., deed dated 14 June 1749 and 50 A., of tract called "The Dalready."
To son, Daniel McPherson, 75 A., of tract "Brierwood" which I bought of Thomas Boarman Mudd,, deed dated 21 April 1750, and 62 A. of tract called "The Dalready Second Addition,"
To son John McPherson, 173 A. which I bought of John Pain
To son William McPherson, 168 A., called "The Dalready' and "The Dalready Second Addition," after the decease of my wife.
To son Henry McPherson. colt,, and the fold of a mare.
To son Alexander 500 pounds of tobacco,
To dau. Etheldra Chapman, Negro girl Jane. Remainder to be equally divided among wife Barbara McPherson, son Henry McPHerson, son Alexander McPherson, dau. Catharine McPherson. Desire my sons Henry McPherson, Alexander McPherson, William McPherson and John McPherson receive into their possession their estates as they arrive at the age of 18.
Wife Barbara, extx,
Wit: John Stoddert, Miles McDaniel, William Henderson, 28, 291.
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William Macpherson 35.73 A CH £355.16.2 £422.19.10 Jun 1 1763
Sureties: Henry Acton, Thomas Macpherson.
Received from: James Adams, John Powell, Bayne Smallwood.
Payments to: Dr. Gustavus Brown, Hugh Mitchell, Benjamin Naile, Dr. Charles Neale, George Clarke, Andrew Monrow, John Hanson, Daniel Dulany, Esq., Daniel Jenifer.
Legatees: Ethildra Chapman.
Distribution to: widow (unnamed, 1/3). Residue to: Ethildra Chapman, Henry Macpherson, Alexander Macpherson (aged 14), Katherine Macpherson (aged 6).
Executrix: Barbara Macpherson

84) 1 June 1753 - Charles County
Barbara MACPHERSON, Exrx of William MACPHERSON
Sureties - Henry ACTON Thomas MACPHERSON
1-3 to widow
Reps: Etheidra CHAPMAN of age
Henry MACPHERSON of age
Alexander MACPHERSON aged 15 yrs Aug next
Catherine MACPHERSON aged 6 yrs last March
Per Will
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MACATEE, MARY, Charles Co.; 8 Nov 1774; 21 Dec 1774
To grandchildren, children of my son John Nevitt, Negro man
John Cooke, beds, pots, blankets, stock, to be in possession of
my son John Nevitt during life then to his children
To grandson William Miles Nevitt, son of Richard Nevitt, furniture, stock
To grandson John Tennison, son of my dau Elizabeth Tennison, stock,
400 lbs tobacco
To dau Ann Birch, Negro woman Lucy, 1000 lbs tobacco, book
To dau Rosamond Macatee, stock, pewter
To grandson John Nevitt, Jr., Negro man Ben, stock, wearing apparel
To grandson Charles Nevitt, stock, iron pot
To daus: Ann Birch and Rosamond Macatee, wearing apparel
To son and grandson John Nevitt, Will'm Miles Nevitt, residue
To son John Nevitt, ex., if he dies grandson Will'm Miles Nevitt, ex.
Wit: Barbara McPherson; Catherine McPherson; Thos. McPherson
40.168
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Charles County Maryland Will Book AF-11, 1791-1801, {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 395.
Barbara McPherson, September 15, 1796;
I, Barbara McPherson of CC being sick and weake but of sound mind memory and understanding
To son William McPherson, negroe Peter, one feather bed, bolster, pair sheets, rug, bedstead, and cord, one hand mill, one large chest, and two pewter basons.
To daughter Catharine McPherson, negroe Dinah, but if daughter should intermarry or die before Dinah, it is my will and desire {Dinah} may be free and at liberty to go where she may think proper. Also, Negoes Joe and Dick, three beds, bolsters, pillows, sheets, two quilts and one blanket, bedsteads and cords, one seal skin trunk, and everything contained therein at the time of my death, one large looking glass, one chest, two arm chairs with walnut frames, one warming pan, one grid iron, two oval tables, one frying pan, one camp oven, one pair fire tongs, two horses, all my table linen, towels and sheets, also all my pewter, earthen ware and chairs except such of these articles as devised to others. Also my part of the crop in hand with that on the ground, and the wheat, corn and meat I may have in the house at time of my death.
To grandsons, William and John McPherson, sons of Daniel McPherson deceased, forty shillings current money each at 18yrs. Also one cow and calf and one ewe and lamb to be divided between them.
To children of my deceased son Henry McPherson, twelve pounds current money to be equally divided between them.
To granddaughter, Margret Beall McPherson, one new feather bed, bolster, pillow, one quilt, one blanket, one pair sheets, bedstead, and cord, also one cow and calf, two ewes and lamb, one leather trunk, one arm chair with maple frame, one pewter bason and four plates.
Executor: son William McPherson and daughter Catharine McPherson
Signed: September 15, 1796 Barbara (her mark) McPherson
Wit: Samuel Hanson, William Hanson McPherson
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Charles County Maryland Will Book HBBH-13, 1808-1817; {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 15.
William McPherson Sr., Will, July 30, 1808; January 21, 1809
I, William McPherson Sr. of CC, being sick and weak of body, but of sound and disposing mind, memory and understanding;
To son Thomas McPherson, tract "McPhersons Purchase" 116 acres, also a tract adjoining, beginning at a run called the '{Old} Womans Run' which runs through the plantation where I now reside, then on the east side to a locust post to a line of fence which leads up to a plantation where Walter Clements now lives {&} the property of Joseph Green, thence to a tract called "Thomas and Henry", also a dividing boundary between me an the heirs of Henry Rozier, late of Prince George's County, dec'd, also, all that tract of land beginning at a crooked poplar standing on Old Womans Run and running in a straight line to Mattawoman Run where Old Womans Run empties.
To son William McPherson, all the remaining part of my dwelling plantation reserving a home in my present mansion house for my daughters Harriot McPherson and Mary McPherson, and my sister Catharine McPherson during their single lives.
To son Henry Hendly McPherson, all the lands which I purchased of John B. Barnes, lying in Durham Parish, except a tract of land called "Fancys Mistake", containing 7 acres, which I sold to Francis H. Sheid, the whole of the remaining 515 acres, also tracts "Double Trouble Enlarged", "Long Thought", and "Double Trouble Resurved" containing 315 acres.
To daughter Elizabeth McPherson, 100 dollars exclusive of the property already given her, out of the tobacco which I have at present on hand and the tobacco which I have to receive.
To daughter Harriot McPherson, negroes Amanda and Ester (daughter of Milly), and Judson.
To daughter Mary McPherson, negroes Milly and Mary (daughters of Beth or Elizabeth) and Hendison
To sons Thomas McPherson, William McPherson and Henry Hendly McPherson, and my two daughters Hariot McPherson and Mary McPherson, the remaining part of my property.
Item: my executors to dispose of as much of the tobacco on hand, which I have to receive and out of the present crop to defray the expenses of my son William McPherson going to Philadelphia the present winter in order to compleat his study.
Executor: sons Thomas McPherson, Henry Hendly McPherson
Signed: July 30, 1808 Wm McPherson
Wit: William. H. McPherson, Gerrard Briscoe, William. T. McPherson 
McPherson, Catherine (I007530)
 
56525 Catholic in ST Mary's. Transported into the province in 1633 as well as his wife, who was a servant of Col William Evans. In the Will of Jeffery Hudson--18 Feb 1678--John and his heirs received the entire estate. 19Oct 1681 he patented 100 acres of "Coventry". 22 Oct 1681 patent for 150 acres of "Heards Choice".
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From British Roots of Maryland -

"He named his first tract Hitchin and his 2nd land grant Offley, a parish of Herts., organized out of the Parish of Hitchin. He died leaving a will dated 29 July 1696, and proved 31 Aug 1696, in which he names his wife Susanna and son John, and directed this his wife Susanna have charge of the children"
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Herd, John, Britain's Bay, St Mary's Co., 29th July, 1696; 31st Aug., 1696.
To son John and hrs., 100 A., "Coventry" at majority.
To wife Susanna, extx., residue of estate, real and personal, during life, including "Poole" bought from Thomas Salmon. Sd. wife to have charge of children.
Test: Peter Jarboe, Henry Jarboe, Francis Downs, Robert Jay. 7. 210.
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John Heard 15.163 I SM £223.11.3 Sep 21 1697
The amount of the inventory also included #10291.
Appraisers: Stephen Gough, John Tant.
List of debts: Stephen Gough, Mr. William Tayler, Mr. Richard Newman, Robert Jaye, Mr. John Riswick, Mr. Thomas Turner, Samuell Chamberlaine, Mr. James French, John Nevett, Mr. Mason.
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John Heard 16.63 A SM £223.11.3 #1620 1698
List of debts: Samuel Watkins, Arthur Thompson, Symon Pearch.
Administratrix/Executrix: Susan Heard.
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Peter Jarboe 19-1/2B.120 A SM £20.19.7 #5590 Nov 8 1699
Received from: Anthony Neale of Charles County.
Payments to: William Husbands, Susanna Heard, John Nevett (son of administrator),,
Henry Spink, George Henderson (merchant), Thomas Low (shoemaker), Henry Jarboe (brother of deceased),
Administrators John Nevett for his daughter Anne Nevett (relict).
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Heard, Susanna, widow of John Heard, 13th May, 1706; 9th Dec., 1707.
To son William, ex., dwelling plantation "Poole" lately bought by deceased husband from Thos. Salmon., also 130 A., part of 2 patents "Heard's Choice"' and "Ossly," containing 330 A. granted to late husband.
To son John and hrs., 100 A., "Nevitts" he dying without issue to revert to son William afsd.
To grandson Jno. Norris and hrs., and in turn to grandchild, Luke, Mark and Elizabeth Norris and their hrs.., 50 A.., part of afsd. patents.
To sons-in-law John Norris and Nicholas Mills and dau. Mary Tant, grandchild, Matthew Tant, Monica Norris and Eliza. Heard, dau. Susanna Norris and John Hardings, personalty. Grandchild to receive their legacies at majority.
Test: Benjamin Gough., Justinian Greenwell, Eliza. Wheatley, 12. 199,
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Jeffery Hudson 6,233 A SM #1244 #2688 Jul 29 1679
Received from: Abraham Newman, James Neale,
Payments to: Mr. John Steventon, James Greene,
Executor: John Heard.
possessed 100 acres of "Nevitt's" which he devised to his son John Heard.
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Jeffery Hudson 6,233 A SM #1244 #2688 Jul 29 1679
Received from: Abraham Newman, James Neale,
Payments to: Mr. John Steventon, James Greene,
Executor: John Heard.
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber H, Page 1
13 Aug 1678; Deed of Gift from Col. John Douglas, Gent., to John Hamilton, Gent., a parcel of land called St. Edmonds which Douglas bought of Edmond Lyndsey, decd; lying on the east sided a main fresh of Portobacco Creek; bounded by land of John Heard; containing 100 acres; /s/ John Duglas; wit. Philip Lines, Henry Hawkins 
Heard, John (I003582)
 
56526 Catholic, Carpenter,

He was transported into the Province of Maryland from Virginia around 1652 by John Billingsby (Patents 5:418). Major John Billingsby was a Virginia merchant who obtained his Maryland land in 1652 (Patents ABH: 213).

In Maryland on 1/24/1662/1663 PETER JOY demanded 50 acres for his service(carpenter), so his term of indentured servitude to MAJOR JOHN BILLINGSBY was about 10 years (Patent 5: 418)."

Peter (Sr.)'s age givenj as 26 in 1654 MD Court & Test. page 410-411.
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Peter Joy 9.134 A CA #1989 Aug 10 1686
Received from: John Miles, Lewis Halser.
Payments to: John Parsons, Michael Taney due to Mr. John Rousby, Nicholas Silvester, Hon. Col. Henry Darnall, Symon Willmore due from Elias Nutthall, William Taylard.
Administratrix: Martha Joy
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George & Frances Beckwith 2.179 1 [SM] #168725 Apr 12 1676 Apr 28 1676
Servants mentioned: Evan Davis (carpenter), Thomas Ridgley (joyner), Edward Compton, Samuell Nellthorp, Thomas Abbott, Richard Newman, Thomas Blackrock, Elinor Williams.
Appraisers: Thomas Gantt, John Darnall.
List of debts: Capt. Leo Webber, Mr. John Darnall, Mr. Proctor of Anne Arundell,
Cole Tue, Mr. George Parker, Mr. Gervase Ballard, John Myles, Francis Mawd, Mr. Henry White oy Anne Arundell, Mr. John Craycraft, Mr. George Hawes, Capt, Darnall, Dr. Pierce, Mr. Henry Michell, Mr, Alexander Younger, Mr, Thomas Gantt, Mr. Francis Hawkins, Mr. Done of Severne, Mr. Guy White, Mr. John Gold, Mr. Michaell Townly, Mr, John Fenwick, John Wright, Mr. Loue Michaell, Thomas Browne of Dorsett County, Major Jowles, Mr. William Parker, Mr. Charles Ashham, Mr, Richard Fenwick, Mr. Thomas Cleggatt, Mr. William Bold,, Mr. Samuell Hatton,, Mr. Robins, of Choptank, Mr. William Davis, Simon Stacy, Mr. Thomas Cosden, William Byrd, Mr. William Hill, Richard Gibbs of the Clifts, James Williams, Mr. William Staines, Capt, Treago, Mr. Benjamin Lawrence, Mr, Thomas Massey, the widdow Ewens, Samuell Abbott, Mr. John Gittins, Richard Hutchins, Thomas Bancks, Mr. Henry Stockett, Mr. Richard Hill, Henry Exon, Col. Btrgea and Mr, Heshcott and Mr, Hedge, Mrs, Hanah Pott,, Mr. Edward Dorsey. Mr, Nicholas Sewell, Mr. Stephen Luffe, Mr. William Dare, Capt. Quigley, Mr. Thomas Barnfield, Mr, John Foster, Mr, Joseph Tillie, Mr. John Whimfell of St. Leo Creeke, Mr, Virginiansweringen,, Lt. Ninean Bell, Peter Joy, Capt. Charles Boteler, Mr. Cenelum Chiseldine, Mr, Robert Carvile, Mr. William Russell,, Henry Everard, Mr, John Nuthall, Mr, Thomas Chandler, Mr. Jonathon Hopkins, Mr. Howard, Mr. William Parker son of Mr. A. Parker, Mr. Morderay Hunton, Mr. William King, Capt. John Allen, Dr. Wootton, Mr. Thomas Tasker, Dr. Broock, Mr. William Travers, Mr Henry Beckwith, the publick for 20 quarters, Dr. Jones, Mr, Welsh of Anne Arundell, Peter Archer, Thomas Taylor, Esq., Thomas Padgett, Mr. Thomas Bland, Mr, Richard Keene, Mr. Thomas Francis, Mr. Richard Ladd, Mr. Richard Mekins, Mr. Thomas Morris, Mr, Robert Clarke, John Halles, Mr, Younger, John Miles, Capt. Darnell, Mr. Notley for Mr. Doyne.
Distribution to: the orphans (unnamed).
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PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY LAND RECORDS, 99 Year Lease, 14 May 1697
From: NINIAN BEALL now of P. G. County, but of Calvert County, before the division of the County, gent., but formerly called planter.
To: JAMES STODDARD of P. G. County, tailor
Price: 9025 lbs. tobacco and an annual rental of one grain of Indian Corn.
Property: All the 300 acre tract in P. G. County, formerly in Calvert County, called "Bacon Hall" on the west side of the western branch of Patuxent River; adjoining land of BAKERS BROOKS, Esq., called "Brooke Grove," land of PETER JOY, land laid out for THOMAS TRUEMAN, Esq., land of JOHN BEGGER called "Mussell Shell," and land laid out for Maj. THOMAS BROOKE called "Grove Landing"; originally granted to NINIAN BEALL, 1 May 1672.signature: NINIAN BEALL
Wit.: JOHN BATE, WILL'M HOLLYDAY Ackn'd: NINIAN BEALL, 14 May 1697 Recorded: 24 June 1697, Vol. A, p. 54
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Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland
Liber T, Page 321
Recorded at request of David Craufurd, 27 Sep 1735:
26 Sep 1735; Indenture between William Digges, Gent. and ex. of Edward Digges, Gent., dec'd, of one part and David Craufurd; Henry Darnall of Anne Arundel Co. by will dated 28 Apr 1711 devised to his son-in-law Edward Digges a tract called Kingston of 250 acres; Edward Digges by his will made 10 Apr 1714 mentioned land purchased from Nathan Veich and the other from Peter Joy and remainder land bought of Richard Harrison be sold and the proceeds in 10 equal parts to bro. John Digges, sister Mary Digges, niece Mary Wharton, sister Neale's children, niece and God-dau. Elizabeth Rozer, one part at discretion of ex., one part to William Hunter, Priest, bro. Thomas and Robert Brooke, priest; [see will for other persons mentioned]; this indenture for £60; Kingston on the west side of Patuxent; containing 250 acres; /s/ Wm. Digges; wit. Jose. Chew, Tho. Clark; ack. William Digges
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Prince George's County, Maryland - Land Owners at Time PGCo Was Formed - 1696: Tract Name: JOYS FORTUNE; Owner: Joy, Peter: Orig County = V {Charles = C, Calvert = V}; Patent Date: Apr 16, 1672: Ref: Liber 16 f 494 : Map Location: T-12
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Prince George's County, Maryland - Land Owners at Time PGCo Was Formed - 1696: Tract Name: KINGSTON; Owner: Joy, Peter: Orig County = V {Charles = C, Calvert = V}; Patent Date: Oct 20, 1670: Ref: Liber 13 f 53 : Map Location: V-13


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Calvert County Circuit Court
Land Surveys and Condominium Plats

Kingston, 250 Acres; Certificate
Developer/Owner: Joy, Peter 1670 Patent Record 13, p. 53 0 0 MSA S 1583-899

Kingston, 250 Acres; Patent
Developer/Owner: Joy, Peter 1670 Patent Record 14, p. 105 0 0 MSA S 1583-900 
Joy, Peter (I003223)
 
56527 Catlett James
Catlett was evidently the eldest son of Samuel and Mildred James, and does not seem to hae merried. He served in the First Virginia Regiment during the Revolutionary War and appears on the pay roll of Capt. Richard Taylor's Company, for May and June, 1777 (w.d.18-1) and on the rolls of Captain Callohill Minis' Company in May and June 1779. (w.0. 285-1).
March 5, 1784, he drew pay as a soldier of Infantry (w. 4, pg. 234)
In 1782 he appears on the Orange County personal property returns, charged with one free male and three cattle. He also owned a small tract of land, which passed, upon his death, to his mother. He death was shown by the petition to the Virginia Legislature, when his mother, Mildred asked that the arrears due him as a pensioner be paid her. (Orange Petitions #2532, Oct. 31, 1791).
Source: "Pioneer Families of Franklin County,
Virginia" by: Marshall Wingfield. Skip and Anne Heerman 
James, Catlett (I029017)
 
56528 Caton or Clayton? Clayton, John (I098525)
 
56529 Caty Jett, (daughter of Francis Jett (d. 1766) of King George Co. Jett, Catherine "Caty" (I025919)
 
56530 Cause of Death: cronic vascular heart disease
Address: at time of death lived at:
3229 fredona street
cinncinati
oh

usa
evergreen cemetery, southgate ky (606) 441 0703 
Brazier, Abigail (I009054)
 
56531 Causine, Ignatius,Portobacco, Chas. County, 4th May, 1695; 11th June, 1695.
To 3 sons, viz., Ignatius, John, and William, equally, 1700 A., Causine's Manor; division to be made at majority of eld. son Ignatius.
To dau. Jane, personalty, and in event of her marrying a man not having land to be given 150 A. from Causine's Manor afsd.
To wife Jane, extx., 1/3 of personalty; residue to be divided among 4 child. afsd.; sd. wife to have charge of child. during minority.
Overseers: Brother Thomas Clarke and cous. Francis Greene.
Test: Marke Lampton, Geo. Leete, Jno. Watkins, Cleborne Lomax. 7. 93.
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Ignatius Causin 14.56 A CH £129.16.3 #6264 Oct 1 1696
Payments to: Cleborne Lomax, George Leeks, Noteley Warren, Dr. William Hall, William Newman, Mr. Stone, John Anderson.
Mentions: 4 children (unnamed).
Executrix: Jane Reeves, wife of Ubgatt Reeves.
===
Mr. Ignatius Cussine [Causine] 16.66 A CH £129.16.5 £36,16,1 [1698]
Payments to: John Watkins, Samuell Luckett, Thomas Smallwood, John Wathen, Mr, Francis Green.
Executrix: Jane Reeves (relict), wife of Ugatt Reeves.
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Mr. Ignatius Cussoon 25.244 A CH 5129.16.5 £85.6.6 May 17 1706
Payments to: Phillip Hoskins, William Bladen, Esq., Sir Thomas Lawrence, Robert Gouldesborough, Joseph Manning, John Stanley.
Executrix: widow (unnamed), now wife of Ubgatt Reaves.
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28 Oct 1721. Charles Co. Deposition of John Sanders, age ca. 51, taken regarding 170 ac. in possession of Philip Hoskins, Esq. Deponent stated he knew of an Ignatius Mathis who is said to be the son of Jane Corkshutt. John Causeen was reputed to be the heir of the above-mentioned land. Ignatius Causeen married the daughter of this deponent. (Liber CL, p. 707).
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber E, Page 49
Declaration of Citizenship: Ignatius Causine, son of Nicholas Causine, a subject of France; born at the house of his father in St. George River of an English mother; holding lands by descent from mother
===
Volume 41 page 173

Provincial Court Proceedings, 1658. 173 Job Chandler.
Liber P. C. R.

It. To this Deponts Sonne Ignatius Cawsine, he gave his best suite of cloathes
It. Hee did bequeath to his Cozen Robert Cole fiue hundd pownds of Tob, and told this Depont hee did it, that bee should not molest his Exequutors.
It. That all his Cattle should bee brought to this Deponts howse, & there remaine for three yeares, & att the end thereof the encrease should be sould, to help pay the Legacies, And the Principall stock he gaue to this Depont.
And if in case his sonne in Law Mr James Neale, or any from him, did not come, wth in the tearme of Three yeares into Maryland, That that Land belonging to him should bee disposed of by his Exequutors, And after they had performed his Legacies, the Remainder he gaue to his Exequutors, And wth all desyred tht some what out of Charity might be gyuen by his Exequutors to such poore men as Mr Greene, what they should think good, & further sayth not. Sworne before me, the day and yeare aboue written Job Chandler.
===
John Probartt 9, 418 Account Charles County £2.18.6 #3822 Sept 13 1687

the amount of the inventory also included £0.5.0 and #2826.
Payments to: Thomas Hussey, Phil. Hoskins & Robert Middleton, Ignatius Cousin, James Wheeler, Richard Boughton, Mr. George Thompson, Mr. Robert Doyne, Mr. James Heath.
Administror: Maj. John Wheeler
===
Ignatius Causine (gentleman) 13 A. 368 Inventory Charles County £129.16.9 July 17, 1695

Appraisers: Mark Langton (also Marke Lampton) , Samuel Lucket (also Samuel Luckett) ,
Approvers: Thomas Clarke, Francis Geew.
Executrix: Jane Causine(relict)
===
Ignatius Causin 14.56 Account Charles County £129.16.3 #6264 Oct 1, 1696

Payments to Claborne Lomax, George Leeks, Notely Warren, Dr. William Hall, William Newman, Mr. Stone, John Anderson.
mentions 4 children (unnammed)
Executive Jane Reeves wife of Ubgatt Reeves

note: Should be wife of Upgate Reeves. Ignatius Causine's widow remarried to Upgate Reeves
===
Abstracts of The Inventories and Accounts of the Prerogative Court of Maryland 1712-1716
Libers 35A, 35B, 36A, 36B, 36C Compiled by V.L. Skinner Jr.

Ignatius Causine married Jane O'Kane
===
Ignatius Causone(Causine) 35 A 243 Inventory Charles County £44.4.7 Feb 10 1713

Appraisers: William Thompson, Isaac Gibbons
Next of kin: Victoria Thompson, William Mathews

Ignatius Causoon (Causine) 36 B.26 Account Charles County £44.4.7

Payments to Mr. Reeves, Capt Thomas Dent, James Walters, Charles Musgrave, Mary Posey, Mary Dosson, Josiah Markin
Legatees: Thomas Reeves.
Executors: John Causoon, William Causoon
===
Cousine, John,Elk River, Cecil Co.,
10th Feb., 1707; 24th Mch., 1709.
To sons Richard and George, jointly, land bought of Peter Clawson. To wife , extx., dwelling plantation during widowhood. Test: Francis Smith, Jno. Bristow, Thos. Johnson. 12. 286.

Gerard Blackistone Causine had sons Nathaniel Pope Causine and Gerard Newton Causine, and a daughter Rose Causine who married Luke Francis Mathews son of Jesse Mathews and Margaret Pye.
===
Date: Thu, 16 Nov 2000 12:02:30 -0500
From: Linda Reno
Gerard Blackistone Causine

John Causine was b. 4/12/1690 in Charles Co. and died there in 1751. According to my files, he was the son of Ignatius Causine and Jane O'Kane. His second wife was Anne Walters, b. 1705-1706 in St. Mary's Co. and who died prior to 1751. Anne Walters had been married first to Richard Vowles, Jr. John Causine had also been previously married to Mary ____by whom he had a son named William.

Children of John Causine and Anne Walters:

1. Gerard Blackistone Causine, b. 1745 in Charles Co. and d. after 1800. His
wife is said to be Jane Pope. His children:

a. Gerard Newton Causine, b. 1785-1789 in Charles Co. He died 7/11/1848
in Little Rock, Arkansas. He m. Eleanor S. Marshall on 2/9/1809 in Charles Co.

b. Nathaniel Pope Causine, b. before 1790 in Charles Co. who m. Elizabeth
Stone.

c. Nicholas Causine, b. bef. 1790 in Charles Co.

d. Rosa Causine, b. bef 1790 in Charles Co. who m. Luke Francis Matthews
prior to 1805.

Anne Walters was the daughter of Thomas Walters and his wife, Rebecca
Blackistone. Rebecca Blackistone was the daughter of Nehemiah Blackistone and Elizabeth Gerard. Rebecca Blackistone had been married before Thomas Walters to Gerard Newton of Westmoreland County, Virginia by 1696. As I stated before, Anne Walters had been married before to Richard Vowles, Jr. who was b. bef 1700 in St. Mary's Co. and who died here in 1736. They had 6 children, who would be the half siblings of Gerard Newton Causine:

a. Rebecca Vowles, b. 1720, SMC and who d. 1772 in Westmoreland County, Virginia.
She m. William Berryman on 9/10/1743 in Stafford Co. VA.

b. Thomas, b. bef 1727 in St. Mary's Co. and who d. 1800 in Stafford Co.,
VA. He m. Susanna Chunn of Charles County, on 12/27/1747 at St. Andrew's Epis.,
St. Mary's Co.

c. Gerard Vowles, b. bef 1736 in St. Mary's Co.; living in 1737.

d. James Vowles, b. bef 1736 in St. Mary's Co.

e. Matthew Vowles , b. bef. 1736 in St. Mary's Co.; living 1770.

f. Richard Vowles, b. before 1731 in St. Mary's Co. and who died before 1796 in Fauquier County, Virginia.

2. Josias Causine, b. 1748 in Charles Co. and who died there before 5/10/1770.

Linda Reno
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http://www.marylandhistoricaltrust dot net/nr/NRDetail.asp?HDID=518&FROM=NRMap CH.html

Property name: Mount Air
Alternate name(s): Causine's Manor, Matthews Purchase
Date Listed: 12/22/1978
Inventory No.: CH-65; CH-86
Location: 8835 Mt. Air Road, Faulkner, Charles County; Nitz Lane, Bel Alton, Charles County

Description: The property history of Mount Air indicates that the main residence, with the exception of a more recent kitchen addition, was built in 1801, a construction date based on historical evidence and its overall design and interior detail. Traditionally, the house is said to have begun as a much smaller dwelling, possibly one of the two frame dwellings mentioned in a 1798 property assessment. Mount Air is basically a regionally typical Federal-style house, but the central block is unique among numerous other examples in Southern Maryland in that it is actually three stories rather than two, having framed stories over an exposed brick basement. Laid in common bond, the basement is thinly stuccoed and painted white, fully exposed on the south side and most of the ends, and nearly fully exposed on the north. The basement windows, rather than being full-size sash type which the height of the walls would allow, are small, rectangular openings with wood-barred grills, positioned flush to the top of the walls and aligned with the openings above. Above the basement the house is three bays wide. The front and rear double-leafed entrance doors with transoms occupy the first bays in from the west end. Overall, the central block is well proportioned, the large windows (12/12 on the first floor, 8/12 on the second, and 12/8 in the gables) in harmony with the wide expanses of wall area. The garden side entrance is fronted by what appears to be an early, if not original, one-story portico with deep stairs, balustrades, and a pedimented roof supported by four turned and tapered columns. On the south (river) side the house is fronted by a three-story galleried porch. Although of recent origin, it replaced a similar porch of two-story height. Among the many interesting features of the central block is a double chimney with pent at the east end, partially covered by the east wing. At the basement level the chimney has two separate bases. On the main floor they are joined above an arched doorway and on the second floor they are fully joined, having small closets in the space provided by the connecting wall. Above the tiled weatherings of the chimney and shed roof of the pent the chimney again separates into two freestanding stacks. Flanking the central block are two wings, both thought to be original to or possibly earlier than the main section. The two-bay west wing is two stories high, with one frame story over a one-story brick basement. At the exposed end stands a single exterior chimney. The east wing in its original form was a near duplicate of the west except with a higher-pitched roof. Along its north wall it retains an early, shed-roofed porch. During a mid-20th century renovation a one-story kitchen-service addition was made, partially extending the porch. One of the turned Doric columns was removed and the remaining three repositioned.

Significance: Mount Air, with its superb situation, early boxwood garden, and unique form, is one of Charles County's most important privately owned cultural assets. It has the only known boxwood garden in lower Southern Maryland of its dimensions and age to retain its original formal plan. Although there are many historic houses situated along the river and offering expansive water views, few can rival that of Mount Air. The architecture of the house is from all indications unique among its contemporaries in age and basic design: actually a three story structure, two stories over an elevated basement, it has an unusual three-part plan that includes a Federal-style main block with flanking wings. These two features, plus the double chimney with two-story arch and third story connecting pent at one end of the central block, have no known regional counterparts. A fourth significant detail is the handsome interior woodwork, locally among the best of its type, and nearly complete. The recorded history of Mount Air unites the house and property with Charles County's earliest history and most prominent families, thus contributing a fifth distinction
===
James Pearse (merchant) 1.363 I #32523 Oct 18 1674
of Dartmouth in County of Devon.
Appraisers: Mr. Thomas Husey, Ignatius Causine.
List of debts: Mathew Stone, Samuell Sherrell, Thomas Waker, Francis Wyne, John Allen, John Stone, John Wheeler, Clement Theobald, Richard Owen, Zachary Wade, Thomas Hussey, Benjamin Rozer, Thomas Gerrard, Anne Fowke, William Barton, Samuell Sewell, Philip Lyne, John Helem, Thomas Marie, Bennett Manegin, Thomas Kilbourne, Henry Barnes, William Gough, Gerrard Browne, Elmond Taylor, Richard Beck,
Administrator: Benjamin Rozer.
=== Woodward or Woodyard
John Wooderd 7A.230 A CH #8555 #8555 Sep 21 1680
Payments to: Col. Benjamin Rozier, James Rumsey paid to Col. Rozier, Robert Benson, Mr. Michaell Foster, Mr. Henry Adams, Kenelme Macloughlin paid to Mr. Henry Adams, Ignatius Cousin, Nicholas Cooper, Marks Lampton paid to Edmund Dennis, Thomas Hussey, William Chandler.
Distribution to: administrator.
Administrator: John Butcher.
===
John Probartt 9.418 A CH £2.18,6 #3822 Sep 13 1687
The amount of the inventory also included £0.5.0 and #2826.
Payments to: Thomas Hussey, Phil. Hoskins & Robert Middleton, Ignatius Cousin, James Wheeler, Richard Boughton, Mr. George Thompson, Mr, Robert Doyne, Mr, James Heath.
Administrator: Maj. John Wheeler,
===
William Thompson married Victoria Mathews daughter of Thomas Mathews and Jane Cockshoot.
Ignatius Causine married Jane O'Kane daughter of John O'Kane and Elizabeth ? Ignatius Causine's sons John Causine and William Causine were his Executors. William Mathews was the brother of Victoria Mathews (Thompson). Upgate Reeves married the widow Jane O'kane (causine).

Page 79 book 28
John Causeen, of Charles County. 4/14/1751
William Causeen, son.
Josias Causeen son.
Executor: William Causeen, son
witnesses; Benjamin. Craycraft, Nicholas Sherbourne, Thomas Hussey Luckett. Probated 5-8-1751

Abstracts of balance books of the Prerogative Court of Maryland 1755-1763 Libers 2and 3, compiled by V.L. Skinner Jr.

William Causeen 2.38 D Charles County £673.6.0 Oct 25 1756

Legatees: John Annis
Distribution to: Garrard Blackiston Causeen, Josias Causeen.
Executor: Roger Smith
===
Charles County Circuit Court Liber C, Page 150 17 Aug 1666;
Indenture from William Nevill of Portobacco to Thomas Mathews, Gent.; for 3,000# of tobacco, a parcel of land called HUCKLE BERRY SWAMP laid out for 300 acres; located in the woods back of the land of Thomas Baker; /s/ William Nevill, Joane Nevill (mark); wit. Samuel) Cressey, Ignatius Causeen

Charles County Circuit Court Liber E, Page 12
27 Dec 1670; Indenture from Ignatius Causine, Gent., to John Vaudry, carpenter; for a certain sum of tobacco; a parcel of land called St. Nicholas on the west side of a fresh run of Portobacco; containing 300 acres now occupied by Causine whose patent was dated 20 Jul 1664; /s/ Ignatius Causine; wit. Mathew Stone, Francis Adames
===
Charles County Circuit Court Liber E, Page 123-/2
13 Nov 1673; Indenture from Benjamin Rozer, Gent., to John Munn, planter; for 2,000# tobacco; a parcel called Morecrafts Friendship; bounded by 200 acres lately taken up by James Macky; bounded by a marsh and Chingamuxon Creek and a tract formerly belonging to George Thompson now in possession of And. Hill; containing 200 acres; /s/ Benjamin Rozer; wit. Ignatius Causine, P. Gibbon

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Charles County Circuit Court Liber F, Page 222
23 Sep 1676; Indenture from John O'caine of Portobacco, planter, to Benjamin Rozer of Portobacco; for 8,000# tobacco; a parcel of land called St. Patrick's on the west side of a fresh of St. Thomas Creek; bounding Jane Clarke, Ignatius Causine near the main branch of St. Nicholas' Runn; containing 300 acres; another parcel called Spring Plaine on the west side of the main fresh of / Portobacco or St. Thomas Creek; bounded by James Lindsey, Garrat Sinnett; containing 50 acres; /s/ John OCaine; wit. John Lemaire, John Hamilton
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Charles County Land records, Liber F #2, page 93
19 Mar 1715/16; Recorded at request of Upgate Reeves:
11 Feb 1715 Indenture from William Causeen to Upgate Reeves;
for 9,000 # tobacco; plantation called Causeen Manor on the east side of Portobacco Creek; containing 135 acres; /s/ William Causeen; wit. Phill Hemsley, Alexander Contee; ack. 13 Mar 1715/16 by Wm. Causeen
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Charles County Land Records, Liber H # 2, page 326
23 Mar 1719; Recorded at request of Thomas Turner, Gent. :
10 Nov 1719; Indenture from Cesar Mattingly of St. Mary's County., planter, to Thomas Turner, planter; for 2,600 # tobacco; a parcel called Mattingly's hope; bounded by John Caine, Ignatius Causine; Containing 320 acres; /s/ Cesar Mattingly (mark); wit. Thomas Stone, Wm. Hoskins; ack. by Thomas Turner 12 Nov 1719
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 302-4: ST. NICOLAS: 300 acres; Possession of - 300 Acres - Newman, William: Surveyed 14 July 1663 for Mrs Jane Clarke in the name of Ignatius Causeen on the West side the fresh run of Port Tobacco Creek: Conveyance notes - Resurveyed into St. Nicholas 14 July 1704, folio 317
===
1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 317-112: ST. NICOLAS: 300 acres; Possession of - 300 Acres - Newman, William: Surveyed 14 July 1705 for William Newman beginning at a bound White Oak a bound tree of a tract of land called ST. PATRICKS now in the possession of William Chandler.: Other Tracts Mentioned: ST. PATRICKS; ; ; Conveyance notes - 300 Acres - Joseph Milbourne Semmes from Elizabeth Tarvin; 7 Jan 1745, 100 Acres - William Theobald from Joseph Milbourne Semmes; 14 July 1747,,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 303-8: CAUSEEN MANOR: 1000 acres; Possession of - 1000 Acres - Reeves, Upgett (?): Surveyed 15 Aug 1649 for Nicholas Causeen & patent in the name of Ignatius Causeen the son of said Nicholas on the East side Potomac river at the mouth of St. Thomas Creek.: Conveyance notes - 80 Acres - Richard Molynena from Thomas Hezekiah Reeves; 11 Jan 1748, 135 Acres - Thomas Reeves from Hezekiah Reeves; 28 Sept 1748 
Causine, Ignatius (I002633)
 
56532 Cavalier & Pioneers, Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents 1623-1666, from Patent Book 3 John Harper listed as brought over to Lancaster Co. 1654

===
CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS PATENT BOOK No. 8; Pg 370
JOHN HARPER. 1150 acs., Rappa. Co., on S. side of Rappa. River, 20 Oct. 1691, p. 198. Beg. by the maine pocoson of Pescattaway Cr., below a gr. White Marsh; by the Bridge Sw; along Col. Edward Hill, to John Price; including 2 small islands, &c. 500 acs. granted to James Boughan & Tho. Harper, 8 Oct. 1672; 600 acs. being overplus; due for Imp. of 13 pers: Richard Wright, John Faine (?), Ellinor Edwards, Wm. Markes, William Dobson, Wm. Copeland, Isaac Jones, Martin Pettus, Hen. Clegg, Geo. Massey, Fra. Keen, Robt. Rogers, William Willis. 
Harper, John (I028039)
 
56533 Cavaliers & Pioneers (Nugent)
Patent Bk No 1-Part II, P 135-Jan 6, 1642-Humphrey Tabb, 150 acs Eliz. City Co. (P825) Adj land of Dr. Calvert, Comfort Cr., David Poole; Trans. of 3 persons, Robert Franke, Eliz. Woodbridge, Gyles Sallett

Early Virginia Immigrants, (Greer)
Hen. Franke, 1653 by Richard Slaughter, Nansemond Co.
Robt. Franke, 1642 by Humphrey Tabb, Elizabeth City

Patent Bk 2, P 223 Jan 9, 1651-Humphrey Tabb, 1000 acs Northumberland Co (P354) In Fleets Bay abutting N. upon Haddaways Cr-for Transp. of 20 persons; Incl: Robert Frank, Elizabeth Woodbridge, Giles Sallett, John Guy, Thomas Parteete, John Fisher, John Patrick, Glogs Blaze

Patent Bk 4, P 357Mar. 11, 1657-George Thompson, 400 acs Lancaster County, for Transp. of 8 pers: Robert Franke, Elizabeth Woolbridge, Giles Sallett, Jno. Patriarch, Gloys. Blaze, Jno. Guy, Tho. Peteete, James Fisher
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://www5.familytreemaker.com/cgi-bin/texis/find/search30/?query=early+v irginia+immigrants++woodbridge&db=online&areas=10&head=online&booknum=&cat egory=&words=early+virginia+immigrants&first=&last=woodbridge&cmd=context& id=37c21b2f5#hit1
URL title: Early Virginia Immigrants, 1623 -1666 , Page 369
Note:
Woodbridge, Eliz., 1651, by Humphry Tabb, Northumberland Co. Woodbridge, Eliza., 1642, by Humphry Tabb, Elizabeth City Co. 
Woodbridge, Elizabeth (I036333)
 
56534 Cavaliers & Pioneers (Nugent)
Patent Bk No 1-Part II, P 135-Jan 6, 1642-Humphrey Tabb, 150 acs Eliz. City Co. (P825) Adj land of Dr. Calvert, Comfort Cr., David Poole; Trans. of 3 persons, Robert Franke, Eliz. Woodbridge, Gyles Sallett

Early Virginia Immigrants, (Greer)
Hen. Franke, 1653 by Richard Slaughter, Nansemond Co.
Robt. Franke, 1642 by Humphrey Tabb, Elizabeth City

Patent Bk 2, P 223 Jan 9, 1651-Humphrey Tabb, 1000 acs Northumberland Co (P354) In Fleets Bay abutting N. upon Haddaways Cr-for Transp. of 20 persons; Incl: Robert Frank, Elizabeth Woodbridge, Giles Sallett, John Guy, Thomas Parteete, John Fisher, John Patrick, Glogs Blaze
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CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS PATENT BOOK No. 4; Pg 356
GEORGE THOMPSON, 400 acs. Lancaster Co., 1I Mar. I657, p. 140, (207). Wly. upon Tabbs Cr., Ely. upon Fleets bay & Sly. upon Nantipolzey Cr. Trans. of 8 pers: Robert Franke, Elizabeth Woolbridge, Giles Sallett, Jno. Patriarch, Gloys Blaze, Jno. Guy, Tho. Peteete, James Fisher.
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Contributed by: James Hughes

Note: http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=25&last=26&g_p=G2&colle ction=NN Grant
Title Franke, Robert.
Publication 8 October 1694.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311.
Note Location: Westmoreland County.
Description: 335 acres upon the branches of Appamattocks Creek. Beg.g &c extending west to the line of Mavis Smith.
Source: Northern Neck Grants No. 2, 1694-1700, p. 25-26 (Reel 288).

===
Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://www.inu dot net/sadie/greeningearlyrecords.htm
URL title: Greening
Note:
Patent Bk 4, P 370 Sept 1, 1657 George Chapman 1500 acs New Kent County, for Trans. of 20 persons-Incl Tho. Frank, Mary Woodbridge, Robert Sallitt, John Fisher
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Cavaliers & Pioneers Patent Book 5 page 447
Robt. Alexander, John Alexander, Jr. & Xtopher Lund, Jr., 1464 acres Westmoreland County, 23 Mar 1664, page 162, (41), south side of Attapin Creek Dam beginning at corner tree of George Weading [sic George Weedon}, Daniel White & Miles Phillips, extend west by south &c to North side of a small runn that falls into Appomattocks Creek &c trans, of 29 persons: Roger Korman (or Norman), Ann Phillips, Edward Massey, Henry Coplyn, Charles Perches, John Ellis, Robert Franck, Lawrence Tomkins, Thomas Webb, Joyce Axell, Wm. Butler, Robert Cockerell, Thomas Wilkenson, Daniel Liss{on}, Thomas Moore, Wm West, Rachaell Hailes, Richard Huff, John Gayle, Thomas Butler, Henry Vincent, Ellen Browne, Thomas Lund, Jno Walton, Maurice Smith, Wm Hills, Samll. Mottershead, Lucy Stratton, Judeth Beach 
Frank, Robert (I036332)
 
56535 CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS...PATENT BOOK NO. 4
Anthony Haynes, 1000acs. Rappa. Co., 5 Sept. 1658. P. 185 (273). On branches of Pascatticon Sw. Beg. By an Indian path. Trans. Of 20 persons: Mary Willis, Thomas Boyes Margery Puttinge, Hurstwell, Thomas Bell, Richard Damsies, Richard Joy, Mary Joy, Jane Irish (Irish person), George Devarr, George Poole, Thomas Porter, William Todd, Lawrence Yorke
sheire, Mathew Pane, Richard Smith, Richard Steel, Asable Tutmarsh, Charles Quarles. 
Steele, Richard (I080506)
 
56536 Cave Clore (Michael Clore4, Michael Clore3, JohAnne Georg Klaar2, Hans Michael Klaar1) was born 16 November 1804 in Madison County, Virginia1, died 27 August 1879 and was buried at the Burlington Cemetery, Boone County, Kentucky. According to They Came to Kentucky by Kirkwood, p 483, Cave Clore was a farmer and owned 12,500 acres of land in 1850. According to the 1860 Slave Schedule for Boone County, Kentucky he owned 6 slaves. He married Lucinda Souther 21 January 1830 in Boone County, Kentucky. She was born 18 August 1809, Kentucky, daughter of Abraham Souther and Elizabeth Wilhoit, and died 16 June 18916.
Children*:

1. William Clore
b. 13 February 1831, Boone County, Kentucky
2. Abraham Clore
b. 10 March 1832, Boone County, Kentucky
3. Harrison Clore
b. 21 August 1835
4. Johnson Clore
b. 09 March 1843
d. 08 December 1936
m. 22 February 1872, Parke County, IN to Lucinda Clore
5. Michael Clore
b. 27 July 1845, Kentucky
d. 22 April 1929
m. Emma Thomas
6. Lucretia Clore
b. 25 December 1847
7. Cave P. Clore, Jr.
b. 19 March 1850
8. Inez Clore
b. 14 March 1852, Boone County, Kentucky
*Kirkwood, p. 483 included additional child Lucinda Clore with no further information. This was probably the wife of Johnson Clore. 
Clore, Cave (I005431)
 
56537 Cavenaugh, James A
3621 Will Scarlet Rd
Winston Salem, NC 27104
336-765-1520

Patricia Cavenaugh died 1998/9 
Marshall, Walter (I001124)
 
56538 Cawsie, John, St. Mary 's Co., 19th Jan., 1682 ; 7th Nov., 1698.
To Ann Hutchins and hrs, personalty.
Charles Hutchins, ex. and residuary legatee.
Test: Thos. Daniell, Jno. Booth. 6. 178. 
Cawsey, John (I091988)
 
56539 Cayton, Charles, (nunc), Charles County, 25th Mch., 1733-4; 3rd July, 1734.
To Mary Maukin and brother John, personalty, some of which des. as due from Henry Haslip and James Ross,
Test: Stephen Maukin and Marg't, his wife. 21. 143.

could not find any other maukin with soundex, ie, macon, etc,
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Name: Beverly (Caton) Pinelli
Email: bpdesigns@earthlink dot net

Note:
Will: November Session 1815.
In the name of God Amen. I, Charles Caton, of the County of Rowan and State of North Carolina, being of good health and in perfect mind and memory thanks be unto God, calling into mind the mortality of my body and knowing it is appointed for all men to die, I do this second day of November Anno Domini One Thousand Eight Hundred and Fourteen, make and ordain this my last will and testament (viz).
Principally and first of all I give and recommend my soul into the hands of the Almighty God that gave it and my body. I recommend to the Earth to be buried according to the directions of my executors hereafter named. Nothing doubting but at the general resurrection I shall receive the same again by the mighty power of God and as touching such worldly estate as it has pleased God to bless me with in this life, I give and devise and dispose of in the following manner.
First of all my will and desire that all my lawful debts should be paid.
Item - I give and bequeath unto my son John Caton twenty dollars.
Item - I give and bequeath unto my son Charles Caton one hundred dollars.
Item - I give and bequeath unto my son Jesse Caton ten shillings.
Item - I give and bequeath unto my son George Dent Caton ten shillings.
Item - I give and bequeath unto my son Benjamin Caton ten shillings.
Item - I give and bequeath unto my daughter Mary Felps one hundred shillings.
Item - I give and bequeath unto my daughter Jemima Hill one hundred dollars.
Item - I give and bequeath unto my daughter Rebecca Ridgway one hundred dollars.
Item - I give and bequeath unto my son William Caton ten shillings.
Item - I give and bequeath unto my daughter Anne Orrel after the other legatees are paid their legacies and are paid to them by my said daughter Anne Orrel out of the estate. Movable left in their or her hands and if not paid out of the movable or personal estate, it shall be raised out by land which I die possessed with. Now if she or any other person for her will pay off the legatees, their parts of the estate left them in this my last will and testament, at my death, then in that case my will and desire is to give all my land to my daughter Anne Orrel, if not, my will and desire is their legacies should be raised by the sale of my lands, used in this case.
I nominate and appoint my son Charles Caton to ask for and receive of Anne Orrel the amount of his own legacy left him, also all the legacies left each of my children and if paid when demanded, then my son Charles must give as Speay information to call on him for their legacies as possible, and when paid he shall be clear but liable until said paid. Should my daughter Anne Orrel fail in paying off those legacies when demanded immediately after my death by my son Charles Caton, I then and in that case appoint my son Charles Caton and give him full power and all lawful authority to sell all my lands which I die possessed of and to convey the title of the said lands to the purchaser as fully as I could have done in that while living, and thereby raise the money due each legatee so that each legatee may receive his or her part as soon as he can make himself ready to settle with them. And for the trouble, and for the natural love I bear for him as one of my children, I give and bequeath unto my son Charles Caton fifty dollars over and above the first gift of one hundred dollars.
I also give unto my son Charles Caton all the money, all bonds, notes, accounts assignments, and my wearable clothes, which I die possessed with which is my will and desire he should be possessed with immediately after my decease. I appoint James Orrel executor to pay all my lawful debts out of the estate or movable property, delivered in his hands for that and other purpose. I appoint him executor to this my last will and testament. I, Charles Caton Sr. do this fourth day of November in the year of our Lord Jesus Christ 1814 publish and proclaim this to be my last will as witness whereof I have this day above mentioned, signed, sealed, and acknowledged the same in the presence of us who in the presence of each other have witnessed the same. Charles Caton X (Seal)
(Witnesses) Nathan Peebles, James Douthit, M. Peebles, Alpha Peebles

Will: The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research
SCMAR, Volume XI
Number 3, Summer, 1983
Some Migrations from Rowan County, North Carolina to South Carolina

Will: SCMAR, Vol. XI, Summer 1983, No. 3, p.127
10:552. 20 Dec. 1786. George Halbrooks, blacksmith of York County, S.C., to Charles Caton of Rowan for £150, 500 A adj. Felps Old Mill, Richard Dowell, Obadiah Baker, it being part of a State Grant dated 20 Dec. 1786. Hannah (X) Halbrooks makes her mark. Jesse Caton, Joseph Wilson. Prvd Feb. Court 1787. 
Caton, Charles (I016465)
 
56540 Cayton, Charles, (nunc), Charles County, 25th Mch., 1733-4; 3rd July, 1734.
To Mary Maukin and brother John, personalty, some of which des. as due from Henry Haslip and James Ross,
Test: Stephen Maukin and Marg't, his wife. 21. 143.
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LANHAM, EDWARD, Prince George's Co. 9 Dec,1762; 19 May, 1766
wife: Catharine,
Children: Jonah, Mary, Asonan (dau.), Mildred, Henry, Bursheba, Edw., Susannah, Rachel and Sarah.
Grandchildren: Sarah Bias, Wilder Lanham, 2 Cows
Tracts: Stones Delight.
Extx: Wife Catharine.
Wit: James Hawkins, Thos. Collis, John Caton, 34. 197 
Caton, John (I074914)
 
56541 CC 1790 Census
548 29 Barnes William (Junr) 1 2 1 . . .
548 30 Barnes William, Senr 3 4 4 . 1 . 
Barnes, William (I019782)
 
56542 CC 1800 Census
68 16 Speake Francis 1 1 1 . 2 . 1 1 . . . 22 --- Durham Parish

2 young daughters, Sophia probably the one near 16yrs.
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http://www.genealogy.com/forum/surnames/topics/sayre/356/

While at Durham Parish, Rev. Sayrs married Sophia Speake (b. October 1780) daughter of Capt. Francis Speake, USN and Mary, on July 28, 1801.During the Revolutionary War, he captained "General Washington carry dispatch from Alexandria to France - lived at Sailor's Retreat, Charles Co. Md.] Capt. Francis Speake was a member of the vestry of Durha Parish in 1791 - 1793 during the restoration of the church. 
Speake, Sophia (I104442)
 
56543 CC 1800 Census
89 29 Hawkins Caleb Esq. Port Tobacco Parrish pg0077.txt

CC 1810 Census
Hawkins Thomas Sr, 72-18 pg0072.txt
Hawkins Caleb 74-8 pg0072.txt
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Charles County Maryland Will Book AI-10, 1788-1791; Page 212. Col. Josias Hawkins' Will.
I, Josias Hawkins of CC, calling to mind the uncertainty of this transitory life, and that all flesh must yield unto death, therefore make this, my Will.
To my 3 sisters, Martha Portues, Jane Hawkins, and Susanna Hawkins - the use & occupation of part of a tract of land called Lyons Den, containing 140 acres & also of one other tract of land called Woods Addition, containing 38 acres, together with the improvements thereon & also of the timber necessary for building & making repairs thereon & fire wood (they nor either of them making nor suffering any other person to waste the timber or firewood on ad lands) while they are unmarried. If any of my sisters afd marries or dies, the survivors shall have the same use of the lands & improvements thereon.
To my wife Ann Hawkins - the several Negroes following, viz, Tom, Jerry, Dick, Alexander, Abram, Moll, Beck, Hannah, & Jack. Also, half of the hogs, cattle, sheep, horses that are kept on my dwelling plantation & all my kitchen furniture & a riding chair & furniture. Also 2 feather beds & furniture, 1 mahogany cupboard with glass front, with all bowls, spoons &c commonly kept in it. Also, 3 tables, 12 chairs, & one half of the crop on hand at the time of my death, upon my dwelling plantation.
To my son Thomas Hawkins - part of a tract of land called Hawkins' purchase, bounded by a road that leads to my Grist Mill, thence to the SE corner of a parcel of land called Lyon Den purchased by Henry Holand Hawkins from John Baptist Boarman, containing 50 acres. I also give Thomas part of a tract of land called Lyons Den, containing 140 acres, one tract of land called Woods Addition, containing 38 acres, 1 tract of land called Core, containing 2.5 acres, & 1 tract of land called Trifle, containing 2 acres. I also give Thomas all the land I have in Prince Georges County. I also give Thomas 6 Negroes, viz, Adam, Sarah Jr, George, Scilia, Rachel, & Henry Jr. I also give Thomas 1 good feather bed & furniture,
If my just debts cannot be paid without selling my household furniture or some of my Negroes, that my plantation where now keep a quarter & Negroes under the management of John Boswell, shall be reserved & kept for 4 years, together with sufficient timber & wood for the use of sd plantation, during the term afd, and 2 good working fellows taken out of the number left by this, my Will, unto my daughter Martha, & 1 good working fellow & 2 good women taken out of the number left to my daughter Eleanor, which sd 5 Negroes afd, shall be kept on my sd plantation as afd, under an Overseer, & the profits arising from the crops made on the plantation to be applied to the payment of my debts & legacies.
To my son Francis Waring Hawkins - part of a tract of land called Hawkins Purchase, bounded by a small run called by me & several persons the dividing branch, thence to the road that leads from my dwelling house to Bryan Town, containing about 580 acres. I also give Francis 5 Negroes now in his possession, viz, Ben, Aron, Sue, Jane, & George.
To my wife Ann Hawkins - during her widowhood, the use of the rest of the tract of land called Hawkins purchase; also, the use of a tract of land called Hawkins Folly, containing 260 acres, together with the improvements upon each tract, with liberty to cut & make use of the timber necessary for building & making repairs upon sd lands & for firewood & fencing necessary for sd lands.
To my son Henry Holland Hawkins - the rest of a tract of land called Hawkins purchase; also a tract of land called Hawkins Folly, containing 260 acres. I also give Henry 8 Negroes, viz, Smith, Victory, Kate, Joe, Kell, Cate, George, & Ignatius, which Negroes are now in his possession. I also give Henry the clock that stands in my house. Also all my right to the lands I hold in Prince Georges County, during the term that my wife shall occupy & possess the lands.
To my son Caleb Hawkins - part of a tract of land called Johnsons Town, containing 475 acres. Also part of one other tract of land called Chandlers Purchase, containing 101 acres. Also one other tract called Hawkins Enlargement, containing 100 acres. I also give Caleb 5 Negroes, viz, Yango, Stephen, Chloe, Jonathan, & Milly, Also I give Caleb a mahogany desk & book case that stands in my house & 6 silver tablespoons with Cyphers cut on the back of them. I also give Caleb a yoke of young oxen and a mare & colt now running in my pasture.
To my son Samuel Hawkins - a tract of land called Tottershalls Gift, containing 400 acres. Also, part of one tract called his Lordships favour, containing 267 acres_ I also give Samuel 4 Negroes, viz, Harry, Daphne, Jerre Jr, & Charles Jr. I also give Samuel my watch & 6 large table spoons such as are before given unto my son Caleb. I also give Samuel a yoke of young oxen.
To my daughter Mary Holliday Hanson - 6 Negroes, viz, Henny, Ignatius, Sal, Jane Jr, Jane Sr, & Corry; also a sorrel mare that I commonly ride. Also 2000 weight of crop tobacco.
To my daughter Martha Portues Hawkins - 6 Negroes, viz, Pompey, David, Charles, Suckey, Mary, & Terry; also a good horse, saddle, & bridle & a good feather bed & furniture.
To my daughter Eleanor Hawkins - 6 Negroes, viz, James, Winny, Will, Peg, Ned, & Yango Jr; also a good riding horse, saddle, & bridle and a good feather bed & furniture.
To my grandson Josias Hawkins - 2 Negroes, viz, roll & Charles Jr.
If any of my sons dies during his minority or having come to years of maturity shall die without lawful issue & not have disposed by will, deed, &c of the lands devised to him by this will, the lands of such sons shall be equally divided among the 3 daughters & son Thomas Hawkins.
To my sister Martha Portues - part of a tract of land called Hansons second amendment which I bought of Jno May,
I give to those of [my] Negroes who have labored longest in my service, 2000 weight of crop tobacco, to be laid out in clothes, & distributed among them by my executrix & executor. The rest of my estate I will shall be equally divided among my 3 daughters and son Thomas.
executrix: my wife Ann Hawkins. executor: my son Caleb Hawkins,
Signed Oct 20, 1789 - Josias Hawkins. Wit - John Weems, Jno Boswell, James Cooper.
Probated on Nov 16, 1789 by Ann Hawkins & Caleb Hawkins afd and by the oaths of all 3 witnesses. Letters Testamentary were granted to the executrix & executor; their securities were John Weems & Samuel Hawkins.
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Charles County Maryland Will Book AF-11, 1791-1801, {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 285.
William Whitter, January 8, 1794; October 12, 1795
I, William Whitter of CC being sick and weak but of sound mind memory and understanding
To sister Ann Whitter, negro Monica
To Elizabeth Ann Wathen daughter of William Wathen and Hester his wife, negroe Lucy.
To my friend Susanna Hawkins Ware, negroe Roger
To sister Mary Whitter, negroe Teresa
To Theophilus Wathen all the residue of my property both real and personal
Executor: Theophilus Wathen
Signed: January 8, 1794 William Whitter
Wit - Francis McKay Ware, Caleb Hawkins, William Barton Smoot
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Charles County Maryland Will Book AF-11, 1791-1801, {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 308.
Martha Porteus, September 13, 1795; November 23, 1795
I, Martha Porteus of CC being sick and weak but of sound and disposing memory
To sister Susanna Hawkins, negro Aaron
To sister Ruth Young, negro Rachel
To nephew Henry Young, negro boy George
To nephew Alexander Young, negro boy Tom
To nephew Robert Young, negro Lory
To niece Jenny Dorsett, negro girl Emma
To niece Martha Young, negro girl Peggy
To niece Elizabeth Young, negro girl Hanna
To nephew Samuel Hawkins, mullato John. Whereas the fellow I have bequeath my nephew is in a bad state of health, it he should die, then the negro I have bequeath to my nephew Caleb Hawkins called Mima shall belong to him.
To nephew Caleb Hawkins, mullato Jack and negroes Sally and Mima with the following reservation in favour of Mr. Robert Young Senr. That he shall within six months after my expiration, pay the said Caleb Hawkins the full worth in cash of the negro woman called Mima who will then convey negro Mima to Robert Young.
To niece Martha Hawkins, negro Betty and her youngest son
To niece Eleanor Hawkins, negro Moses
To niece Mary Hanson, negro Lucy, and the first child should go to her daughter Eleanor Hanson.
To nephew Thomas Hawkins, negro girl Jenny
To great nephew Walter Hanson, negro boy Harry
To great nephew Josias Hawkins, negro boy Basil
To great niece Ann Hanson, negro girl Venus
To sister Mrs Ann Hawkins, one riding mare "Betty" together with all my household furniture. Also the interest due to me from a debt from the estate of my deceased brother Josias Hawkins.
To Mrs. Ann Hanson wife to Mr. Henry M{assey} Hanson, one thousand weight of nett crop tobacco a small testimony of my esteem.
To the vestry of Port Tobacco Parish for the purpose of repairing the churches, the principal of the debt due from the estate of my brother Josias Hawkins within eighteen months after my decease. Also the monies from the sale of a small plantation of 15 acres bequeath me by my brother Josias Hawkins and now occupied by Mrs. Ann Lowe. {The total to the vestry} no more than one hundred pounds currency. It is probably that the monies from the sale of the above land will exceed the debt due from my brothers estate so any surplus to go to my nephew Caleb Hawkins.
To executor for the year after my death, the use of negroes Jack, Jno., Charles and Aaron and the profits from their labour together with what of the debts are due me he may be able to collect to be equally divided among my nieces, Eleanor and Jane Dent, and my nephew Henry H. Hawkins.
Executor: nephew Caleb Hawkins
Signed: September 13, 1795 Martha Porteus
Wit: Samuel Chapman, Elizabeth Parker Chapman, Sally Ware
{Martha Porteus is the d/o Henry Holland Hawkins and Joan Greenfield
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Charles County Maryland Will Book AL-12, 1801-1808, {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 465.
Jacob Morris, Will, April 6, 1807; September 1, 1807
I, Jacob Morris of CC, being sick but of sound and disposing mind, memory and understanding;
Item: whereas I intend to execute a bill of sale to my son Henry B. Morris, transferring negro Amey with some of her children, and 1/3 part of my personal estate after debts, and the 1/3 part which my wife would be entitled to inclusive of the said negro and her children, I give my wife 1/3 part of all my personal estate and I declare that the said 1/3 part shall be what it would have been if I was not to execute the bill of sale.
To friends Caleb Hawkins and Samuel Chapman all the rest and residue of my estate upon condition that they dispose of the residue of my personal estate and the money arising from the sale to invest in such funds or stocks as they shall deem and to divide the dividends or profits between my two daughters, Ann Wathen, and Margaret Chandler during their natural lives and not subject to the control of their present or any future husbands debts.
Executor: son Henry B. Morris
Signed: April 6, 1807 J. Morris
Wit: Clement Dorsey, William Barton Smoot of Thomas, Ann Hanson
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Charles County Maryland Will Book HBBH-13, 1808-1817; {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 66.
Henry Bishop Morris, Will, April 11, 1810; May 1, 1810
I, Henry B. Morris of CC, being sick, but of sound disposing mind, memory and understanding;
To mother Henrietta Morris, for and during the term of her natural life, negro Emma and her 5 youngest children; Sarah, Betty, Mason, Ned and Matilda, and after my mothers death, negro Emma and her 5 children to be discharged from all manner of servitude.
To my natural daughters Sophia Holden and Eliza Wathen, the balance of my property after debts.
Executor: friend Caleb Hawkins
Signed: April 11, 1810 Henry B. Morris
Wit: John Stiles, Cassandra Mudd, Hugh Cox
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CC Wills 8Aug1811;18Dec1813
Henrietta Morris
children of late daughter Margaret Chandler
friend Hugh Cox
daughter Anne Wathen
son Walter Morris (if appears within 3 years)
Wit Caleb Hawkins, Anne Wathen
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Charles County Land Records 1782-1786; Liber Z#3; Page 17. Certificate of a stray, I certify that Mr. Calib Hawkins this day brought before me a dark bay horse. The above horse has been at Colo Jos. Hawkins' plantation some time Signed Mar 9, 1783 - Robt Young. Recorded Jun 10, 1783.
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Charles County Land Records 1790-1792; Liber K#4; Page 286. Trust Deed. Jul 2, 1791 from Ignatius Wathen of CC, to Caleb Hawkins and Charles Mankin of CC. Elizabeth Ridgate, administratrix of Thomas How Ridgate, late of CC, decd, obtained a judgment in CC Court at Sep Term, 1790, against sd Ignatius Wathen, for 64 £ and cost of suit, to be released on payment of 32 £ 16 shillings and 4 pence and interest thereon from Jan 1, 1789 & costs. Sd Hawkins and Mankin have agreed to enter into a supersedeas with sd Ignatius Wathen for the payment of the judgment afd to sd Elizabeth Ridgate by Feb 10, 1782. Now this deed witnesses that Ignatius Wathen, for the more effectual securing Caleb Hawkins and Charles Mankin on their undertaking afd, and for 5 shillings, grants them all that tract of land in CC called Wathens Adventure, adjoining a tract of land called Matthews Purchase, and another tract of land called Hog Range, and containing about 66 acres, in trust, firstly, to pay sd Hawkins and Mankin the costs of executing this trust, and secondly, to pay the afd Elizabeth Ridgate the afd sum of 32 £ 16 shillings and 4 pence and interest from Jan 1, 1789 and cost of suit, thirdly, to pay sd Ignatius Wathen all such part of sd property as may then remain in the hands of sd Hawkins and Nankin. And sd Ignatius Wathen hereby appoints sd Hawkins and Mankin, to sell the land after Feb 10, 1792. Hawkins and Mankin agree to pay Wathen any remaining money. Signed - Ignatius Warthen. Wit - M.J. Stone*, Henry Barnes*. Recorded Jul 2, 1791
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Charles County Land Records 1792-1796; Liber N#4; Page 264. May 21, 1794 from Samuel Hanson of John of Culpeper County, VA but at present in CC, to Henry Massey Hanson of CC, for 186 £ 10 shillings and for divers other good causes, part of a tract of land in CC called Greenland, bounded by land called Powder Mill, the road that leads from Zachiah Bridges towards Portobacco, the road that leads to Mr. Caleb Hawkins', Mr. Fergusson's land whereon Revd Mr. John Weems now lives, containing about 186 acres 2 roods and 14 perches. To have and to hold, the afd land, after the death of my mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Hanson. Reserved to sd Samuel Hanson out of the afd land, 1/4 acre where the graveyard now is. Signed Samuel Hanson. Wit - Henry Barnes*, James Freeman4. Recorded May 21, 1794.
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Charles County, Maryland Land Records 1813-1814; Liber IB-10 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 431. At the request of Caleb Hawkins the following Deed was recorded April 4, 1814
Indenture made April 2, 1814; Henry Holland Hawkins in consideration of the share of his father Josias Hawkins estate devised to him by his will and also in consideration of the natural love and affection which he has to Caleb Hawkins his brother and also in consideration of the sum of 5 dollars has assigned forever all his right title claim interest and estate to tracts called Hawkins Enlargement, Chandlers Purchase and Johnson's Town which were heretofore on October 20 1789 by the will of Josias Hawkins bearing date about the said date devised to Caleb Hawkins. Signed Henry H. Hawkins in the presence of and acknowledged before Samuel Ogden, Gustavus A. Adams 
Hawkins, Caleb (I059191)
 
56544 CC 1810 Census

Clagett Horatio 75-22 pg0072.txt
Clagett Mary 111-16 pg0099.txt
Clagett Thomas D. 111-11 pg0099.txt
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CC 1820 Census
Clagett Thomas D. pg0210a.txt 210A 28
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CC 1830 Census
152-27 Clagett Thomas D. pg0143.txt Coomes District #3
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CC 1840 Census
Clagett Thomas D. 144-4 3rd District pg0144.txt
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CC 1850 Census
256a-30 Clagett Elizabeth 26 MD Middletown pg0247a.txt
256a-29 Clagett Thomas 65 MD Middletown pg0247a.txt
256b-23 Clagett William H. 35 MD Middletown pg0247a.txt

288a-4 Clagett Elizabeth 28 MD Allens Fresh pg0287a.txt
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Charles County Maryland Will Book AF-11, 1791-1801, {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 541.
Richard Clagett, October 13, 1799; October 19, 1799
I, Richard Clagett of CC being in a weak and low state of health but of perfect recollection
To wife Mary Clagett, the whole of my estate both real and personal and sole executrix thereof during her life or widowhood, after her death or marriage, to be divided as follow; my dwelling plantation I leave to my son Horatio Clagett on the north side of the road, on the south side of the road, part of a tract called Margaret {sic Market} Overton and a tract called Tyler's Discovery, I leave to be equally divided between my two sons John M{arshall} Clagett and Thomas D{orsey} Clagett, and if my son John M. Clagett should die or never return her, the land to be the property of my son Thomas D. Clagett, and after the death or marriage of my wife, my personal estate to be divided as follows; I leave negro boys, Phill and Joseph to my daughter Elizabeth Lyles, and negro girl Minty to my daughter Ann Marshall. Then the residue of my moveable estate to be equally divided beween my three sons and one daughter Horatio Clagett, John M. Clagett, Thomas D. Clagett, the daughter Eleanor Bowie Clagett.
Executor: wife Mary Clagett
Signed: October 13, 1799 Richard Clagett
Wit: John Power, George Power, Robert Power
{mm: Market Overton was originally patented by Zachariah Wade in Charles County on Aug 8, 1662, but it then fell within the boundaries of newly formed Prince George's County on 1696.}
{mm: Tyler's Discover, lies in Calverton Manor, and was patented in Prince George's County in 1703 by Robert Tyler}
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1823-1827 Prince George's County MD Will Book
Folio 362 JOSIAS B. FORD 05/10/1824 07/26/1824
"being in a weak and low State of health ..."
Bequeaths to:
1. Susannah Fitzhugh Fendall
-to have Negro girl "Mary Anna" and to have Negro woman "Hariet" andher future children except for the 1st born
2. Mary Truman Fendall--sister-in-1aw (wife's sister)
-to have the sum of $20.00 annually for her natural life
-to have the sum of $125.00 out of reparations for Negroes taken by the British during the war
3. Mary Fendall
Eliza Fendall {daughters of Benjamin F. Fendall
-at the death of testator's sister-in-law the annual sum of $20.00 to be divided between them
4. John Marshall--son of John and Elizabeth Marshall
-to have Negro boy "George"
5. Josias B. Ford --son of George Noble Ford, deceased
-to have 1 male unbaptized child, son of "Hariet" born April 1822
6. William Marshall --nephew
-to have all the testator's wearing apparel and also to have the testator's saddle and bridle and book case
7. Benjamin T. Fendall
-named executor of the will and instructed that all the stock of horses, hogs and cattle be sold for the payment of the testator's debts and the residue of the money from the sale to be divided among the testator's nephews and nieces and also the nephews and niece of the testator's late wife Sabina T. Ford in such a manner as that Josias B. Ford, son of George B. Ford shall have double the amount of the others
-it is understood by the Treaty of Ghent between Great Britain and America that compensation is to be made for Negroes taken off by the British during the late war, the testator's desire is that in case any such reparation should be made for 2 Negroes one named "Peter" and the other named "Fidella" and the amount to be disposed of in the following manner
-as much as will pay for a head and foot stone to the testator's wife's grave -to have Negro man "Cornelius" and Negro man "Emanuel" and out of the money from the reparations of the lost Negroes "Emanuel" to have the annual sum of$10.00 during his natural life as long as he behaves himself
8. Eliza Sabina Marshall
-to have the 1st born child of Negro woman "Harriet" to be delivered to her by Susannah Fitzhugh Fendall when the child arrives at age 3
9. Dr. Thomas Marshall
-to have a sorrel mare colt out of a mare formerly belonging to the testator by "Vanguard"
Witnesses: Thomas H. Marshall
Thomas D. Clagett
Then came: the two above named subscribers to the will
Note: the testator signed the will in his own hand
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Charles County, Maryland Land Records 1814-1817; Liber IB-11 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 326. At the request of William Nottingham the following Deed was recorded April 10, 1816
Indenture made December 13, 1815; between Townley Robey, Esq. late Sheriff of CC of the one part and William Nottingham of the other part. Witnessed that whereas on May 23, 1815 a writ of Fieri Facias did issue forth out of the County Court of Charles County to the said Sheriff directed reciting that whereas on August 3, 1813 William D. Harrison, Thomas H. Reeder and William Dent late of Charles County yeoman appeared before Gustavus A. Adams and Samuel Ogden, gentlemen to the state of Maryland justices of the peace for Charles County and did confess judgment unto James Robertson and Thomas D. Clagett use of Ann Lee for as well the sum of 336 pounds current money debt as the sum of $6.56-2/3 and the further sum of $5.81-2/3 together with the additional costs thereon and whereon William D Harrison, Thomas H. Reeder and William Dent and the sheriff was commanded that of the goods and chattels of William D. Harrison, Thomas H. Reeder and William Dent in his bailiwick he should cost to make the debt and cost and charges aforesaid and have those sums before the Charles County Court held in Charles Town on the 3rd Monday in August next to render James Robertson use of Thomas D. Clagett and Rebecca Clagett his wife use of Ann Lee. And whereas the writ came into the hands of the Sheriff and in pursuance of the command laid the same on the following tracts of William D. Harrison, to wit, "Harrison's Thorn" containing 6 ¼ acres; "Hudson's Disappointment" containing 45 acres; "Land of Liberty" containing 36 acres; "Joe Wright's Discovery" and "Alexander Chance" containing 135 acres. And whereas the Sheriff did on November 18, 1815 in pursuance of the command of the writ of Fieri Facias after due notice did expose to public sale to the highest bidder the tracts "Joe Wright's Discovery" and "Alexander Chance" and William Nottingham became the highest bidder and purchaser for the sum of $756 and since paid the purchase money to the Sheriff and is desirous of obtaining a title to the said tracts of land. Now this indenture witnesseth that in consideration of the premises and the sum of $5 lawful money of the United States to Townley Robey late Sheriff has sold the aforesaid tracts of land. Signed Thomas Robey in the presence of and acknowledged before George H. Spalding, Samuel Ogden 
Clagett, Thomas Dorsey (I013113)
 
56545 CC 1810 Census
Hawkins Thomas Sr, 72-18 pg0072.txt
Hawkins Caleb 74-8 pg0072.txt
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Charles County Maryland Will Book AI-10, 1788-1791; Page 212. Col. Josias Hawkins' Will.
I, Josias Hawkins of CC, calling to mind the uncertainty of this transitory life, and that all flesh must yield unto death, therefore make this, my Will.
To my 3 sisters, Martha Portues, Jane Hawkins, and Susanna Hawkins - the use & occupation of part of a tract of land called Lyons Den, containing 140 acres & also of one other tract of land called Woods Addition, containing 38 acres, together with the improvements thereon & also of the timber necessary for building & making repairs thereon & fire wood (they nor either of them making nor suffering any other person to waste the timber or firewood on ad lands) while they are unmarried. If any of my sisters afd marries or dies, the survivors shall have the same use of the lands & improvements thereon.
To my wife Ann Hawkins - the several Negroes following, viz, Tom, Jerry, Dick, Alexander, Abram, Moll, Beck, Hannah, & Jack. Also, half of the hogs, cattle, sheep, horses that are kept on my dwelling plantation & all my kitchen furniture & a riding chair & furniture. Also 2 feather beds & furniture, 1 mahogany cupboard with glass front, with all bowls, spoons &c commonly kept in it. Also, 3 tables, 12 chairs, & one half of the crop on hand at the time of my death, upon my dwelling plantation.
To my son Thomas Hawkins - part of a tract of land called Hawkins' purchase, bounded by a road that leads to my Grist Mill, thence to the SE corner of a parcel of land called Lyon Den purchased by Henry Holand Hawkins from John Baptist Boarman, containing 50 acres. I also give Thomas part of a tract of land called Lyons Den, containing 140 acres, one tract of land called Woods Addition, containing 38 acres, 1 tract of land called Core, containing 2.5 acres, & 1 tract of land called Trifle, containing 2 acres. I also give Thomas all the land I have in Prince Georges County. I also give Thomas 6 Negroes, viz, Adam, Sarah Jr, George, Scilia, Rachel, & Henry Jr. I also give Thomas 1 good feather bed & furniture,
If my just debts cannot be paid without selling my household furniture or some of my Negroes, that my plantation where now keep a quarter & Negroes under the management of John Boswell, shall be reserved & kept for 4 years, together with sufficient timber & wood for the use of sd plantation, during the term afd, and 2 good working fellows taken out of the number left by this, my Will, unto my daughter Martha, & 1 good working fellow & 2 good women taken out of the number left to my daughter Eleanor, which sd 5 Negroes afd, shall be kept on my sd plantation as afd, under an Overseer, & the profits arising from the crops made on the plantation to be applied to the payment of my debts & legacies.
To my son Francis Waring Hawkins - part of a tract of land called Hawkins Purchase, bounded by a small run called by me & several persons the dividing branch, thence to the road that leads from my dwelling house to Bryan Town, containing about 580 acres. I also give Francis 5 Negroes now in his possession, viz, Ben, Aron, Sue, Jane, & George.
To my wife Ann Hawkins - during her widowhood, the use of the rest of the tract of land called Hawkins purchase; also, the use of a tract of land called Hawkins Folly, containing 260 acres, together with the improvements upon each tract, with liberty to cut & make use of the timber necessary for building & making repairs upon sd lands & for firewood & fencing necessary for sd lands.
To my son Henry Holland Hawkins - the rest of a tract of land called Hawkins purchase; also a tract of land called Hawkins Folly, containing 260 acres. I also give Henry 8 Negroes, viz, Smith, Victory, Kate, Joe, Kell, Cate, George, & Ignatius, which Negroes are now in his possession. I also give Henry the clock that stands in my house. Also all my right to the lands I hold in Prince Georges County, during the term that my wife shall occupy & possess the lands.
To my son Caleb Hawkins - part of a tract of land called Johnsons Town, containing 475 acres. Also part of one other tract of land called Chandlers purchase, containing 101 acres. Also one other tract called Hawkins enlargement, containing 100 acres. I also give Caleb 5 Negroes, viz, Yango, Stephen, Chloe, Jonathan, & Milly, Also I give Caleb a mahogany desk & book case that stands in my house & 6 silver tablespoons with Cyphers cut on the back of them. I also give Caleb a yoke of young oxen and a mare & colt now running in my pasture.
To my son Samuel Hawkins - a tract of land called Tottershalls Gift, containing 400 acres. Also, part of one tract called his Lordships favour, containing 267 acres_ I also give Samuel 4 Negroes, viz, Harry, Daphne, Jerre Jr, & Charles Jr. I also give Samuel my watch & 6 large table spoons such as are before given unto my son Caleb. I also give Samuel a yoke of young oxen.
To my daughter Mary Holliday Hanson - 6 Negroes, viz, Henny, Ignatius, Sal, Jane Jr, Jane Sr, & Corry; also a sorrel mare that I commonly ride. Also 2000 weight of crop tobacco.
To my daughter Martha Portues Hawkins - 6 Negroes, viz, Pompey, David, Charles, Suckey, Mary, & Terry; also a good horse, saddle, & bridle & a good feather bed & furniture.
To my daughter Eleanor Hawkins - 6 Negroes, viz, James, Winny, Will, Peg, Ned, & Yango Jr; also a good riding horse, saddle, & bridle and a good feather bed & furniture.
To my grandson Josias Hawkins - 2 Negroes, viz, roll & Charles Jr.
If any of my sons dies during his minority or having come to years of maturity shall die without lawful issue & not have disposed by will, deed, &c of the lands devised to him by this will, the lands of such sons shall be equally divided among the 3 daughters & son Thomas Hawkins.
To my sister Martha Portues - part of a tract of land called Hansons second amendment which I bought of Jno May,
I give to those of [my] Negroes who have labored longest in my service, 2000 weight of crop tobacco, to be laid out in clothes, & distributed among them by my executrix & executor. The rest of my estate I will shall be equally divided among my 3 daughters and son Thomas.
executrix: my wife Ann Hawkins. executor: my son Caleb Hawkins,
Signed Oct 20, 1789 - Josias Hawkins. Wit - John Weems, Jno Boswell, James Cooper.
Probated on Nov 16, 1789 by Ann Hawkins & Caleb Hawkins afd and by the oaths of all 3 witnesses. Letters Testamentary were granted to the executrix & executor; their securities were John Weems & Samuel Hawkins.
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Charles County, Maryland Land Records 1806-1808; Liber IB-7 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 268.
At the request of Edward Hamilton the following Deed was recorded January 26, 1807
Indenture made November 20, 1806; Thomas Hawkins in consideration of $1,200 paid by Edward Hamilton has sold parts of the following tracts, to wit, "Lyons Den" containing 140 acres; "Wood's Addition" adjacent to "Lyons Den" and containing 38 acres; and "Fair Fountain" or "Hawkins Purchase" devised to me by my father Josiah [sic Josias} Hawkins and binding on the side of the road that leads to the grist mill that was formerly the property of my father Josiah Hawkins, "Lyons Den" purchased by Henry H. Hawkins from John B. Boarman and containing 50 acres; "Gore" containing 2 acres; and "Trifle" containing 1 ½ acres. Thomas Hawkins in the presence of and acknowledged before John Digges, Samuel Hawkins 
Hawkins, Thomas (I059192)
 
56546 CC 1850 Census
237b-32 Speake Mary C. 40 MD Hill Top pg0237a.txt

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Charles County Maryland Will Book WDM-15, 1825-1833; {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 305.
Mary Taylor, Will, March 19, 1827; April 6, 1829
I, Mary Taylor of CC, being of sound mind, memory understanding and perfect health;
To niece Sarah Ann Speake, negroes Cumberland & Lucreatia, and all my real estate, also my bed trunk and all my clothing. Should she not live to 16 yrs., then to nieces Mary Catharine Speake and Margaret Speake.
To niece Mary Catharine Speake, negroes Eliza & Robert. Should she not live to 16 yrs., then to nieces Sarah Ann Speake and Margaret Speake.
Item: if neither niece lives to 16 yrs., then the whole of my property to nephew Robert F. Speake.
Executor: cousin John W. Smoot
Signed: March 19, 1827 Mary Taylor
Wit: William A. Harris, George Marks, Amelia Tabb. 
Speake, Mary Catharine (I104399)
 
56547 CC 1850 Census
280a-19 Bowling William F. 48 MD Bryantown pg0277a.txt
280a-20 Bowling Lorenda 44 MD Bryantown pg0277a.txt
280a-21 Bowling Rachael 21 MD Bryantown pg0277a.txt
280a-22 Bowling Ann M. 17 MD Bryantown pg0277a.txt
280a-23 Bowling Benjamin 19 MD Bryantown pg0277a.txt
280a-24 Bowling Francis 15 MD Bryantown pg0277a.txt
280a-25 Bowling John M. 13 MD Bryantown pg0277a.txt
280a-26 Bowling Elizabeth 12 MD Bryantown pg0277a.txt
280a-27 Bowling Nicholas 10 MD Bryantown pg0277a.txt
280a-28 Bowling Dominic 9 MD Bryantown pg0277a.txt
280a-29 Bowling Thomas 6 MD Bryantown pg0277a.txt
280a-30 Bowling Augustus M. 4 MD Bryantown pg0277a.txt 
Bowling, William Francis (I104758)
 
56548 CC 1850 Census
283a-24 Montgomery Joseph 49 MD Bryantown pg0277a.txt
283a-25 Montgomery Jane S. 35 MD Bryantown pg0277a.txt
283a-26 Montgomery Sarah C. 16 MD Bryantown pg0277a.txt
283a-28 Montgomery Joseph 12 MD Bryantown pg0277a.txt
283a-29 Montgomery Ignatius 8 MD Bryantown pg0277a.txt
283a-27 Montgomery Mary E. 2 MD Bryantown pg0277a.txt
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Charles County Maryland Will Book HB-14, 1817-1825; {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 255.
Joshua Montgomery, Will, June 10, 1821; April 29, 1823
I, Joshua Montgomery of CC, being in tolerable health and sound memory;
To son Joseph Caleb Montgomery, negro John Baptist provided he come in person to receive him. Otherwise to my three children Henry Montgomery, Catharine Montgomery and Alley Montgomery.
To son Henry Montgomery, negro Raphael.
To daughter Catharine Montgomery, negroes; Francis, Augustine, Dominic Patrick, Mary and Susan, and 1 feather bed and furniture.
To daughter Alley Montgomery, negroes; Moses, Benedict and Francis Hilery, and 1 feather bed and furniture.
To daughters Catharine and Alley during their single lives, negro Charity and at the end of that term, freed.
Executor: son Henry Montgomery
Signed: June 10, 1821 Joshua Montgomery
Wit: Martha Osburn, William Morton
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Charles County Maryland Will Book DJ-16, 1833-1850; {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 89.
Allalua Montgomery, Will, January 5, 1837; March 21, 1837
I, Allalua Montgomery of CC, being sick and weak in body, but of sound and disposing mind, memory and understanding;
To sister Catharine Montgomery, negro Raphael and all might right and interest in negro Ignatius Fielder. And the rest and residue of my estate after debts and legacies paid.
To Mary Henrietta Montgomery, daughter of Joseph Montgomery, negro Francis Hilliary and 1 bed and furniture.
To Sarah Catharine Montgomery, daughter of Joseph Montgomery, negro Moses and 1 bed and furniture.
Executor: Joseph Montgomery
Signed: January 5, 1837 Allalua Montgomery
Wit: John Hughes, Soloman Stewart (and gave oath that they saw her sign and seal this will) 
Montgomery, Joseph Caleb (I104483)
 
56549 CC Wills 8Aug1811;18Dec1813
Henrietta Morris
children of late daughter Margaret Chandler
friend Hugh Cox
daughter Anne Wathen
son Walter Morris (if appears within 3 years)
Wit Caleb Hawkins, Anne Wathen
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Thomas Sanders 32.43 A CH £57.10.11 Jan 20 1752
Sureties: Alextius Semmes, Richard Johnson.
Payments to: Roger Smith who married Mary Doyne (daughter of Ethelbert Doyne (deceased was administrator de bonis non), Daniel Jenifer.
Payments to (their portions, in equal amounts): John Sanders, Mary Sanders, Sarah.
Legatees: Mary Sanders.
Representatives: John (at age), Molly (at age), Sarah (at age), Anne Sanders (at age), Henrietta Sanders (aged 15). Thomas Matthews Sanders (aged 13).
Executor: William Sanders.
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Charles County Maryland Will Book HBBH-13, 1808-1817; {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 66.
Henry Bishop Morris, Will, April 11, 1810; May 1, 1810
I, Henry B. Morris of CC, being sick, but of sound disposing mind, memory and understanding;
To mother Henrietta Morris, for and during the term of her natural life, negro Emma and her 5 youngest children; Sarah, Betty, Mason, Ned and Matilda, and after my mothers death, negro Emma and her 5 children to be discharged from all manner of servitude.
To my natural daughters Sophia Holden and Eliza Wathen, the balance of my property after debts.
Executor: friend Caleb Hawkins
Signed: April 11, 1810 Henry B. Morris
Wit: John Stiles, Cassandra Mudd, Hugh Cox
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Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 19. Lease. Jun 24, 1761 from Thomas Mathewes Sanders of CC, planter, to Joseph Gardner (Gardiner) Jr of CC, planter, for 40 £ sterling, the lease, during the natural life of sd Thomas Mathews Sanders and during the natural life of Henritta Morriss, the wife of Jacob Morriss, and during the natural life of Sarah Leek, wife of Richard Leek, all that part of a tract of land called Cow branch, not already conveyed by sd Thomas Mathews Sanders unto Bennett Clements, containing about 120 acres, the whole tract lying in CC in his Lordships manor of Pauguiah, and containing 205 acres, according to the certificate of survey thereof dated Sep 5, 1743 in the name of sd Thomas Mathews Sanders. The rent to be paid yearly, to sd Sanders, is an ear of Indian corn, if required. Signed - Thos Mathws (S his mark) Sanders. Wit - Dan of St Thos Jenifer*, Dan Jenifer*. Recorded Jul 1, 1761.
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Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 602. Lease. Mar 2, 1765 from Joseph Gardiner Jr of CC, planter, to Daniel Jenifer of CC, Gent, for 6000 lbs of crop tobacco, the lease, from today and during the natural life of Thomas Matthews Sanders and during the natural life of Henneritta Morriss, the wife of Jacob Morris, and during the natural life of Sarah Leek, the wife of Richard Leeke, the lease of all that part of a tract of land called Cow Branch, which sd Joseph Gardiner bought and leased of Thomas Matthews Sanders (lease acknowledged Jun 24, 1761, and recorded). The yearly rent is 1 ear of Indian corn if required. Signed - Joseph Gardiner Jr_ Wit - Sam. Hanson*, Thos Contee*. Recorded Mar 7, 1765.
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Charles County Land Records 1775-1782; Liber V#3; Page 62. Lease, recorded at the request of William McPherson Jr.
Dec 23, 1775 from Daniel Jenifer of CC, Gentleman, to William McPherson Jr of CC, for 75 £ common money and 25 shillings sterling, during the natural life of Thomas Matthews Sanders and during the natural life of Henerietta Morris, wife of Jacob Morris, and during the natural life of Sarah Leek, the relict of Richard Leek decd, all his right to all that part of leased land called Cow Branch, lying in CC, which Daniel Jenifer bought of Joseph Gardner Jr, as by CC deed dated Mar 2, 1765. The yearly rent to sd Daniel Jenifer is 1 ear of Indian corn, if required. Signed - Dan Jenifer. Wit - Jas Craik, G.R. Brown. Recorded Jan 8, 1776.
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 305-23: ST. MATTHEWS: 1000 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Green, Fran : 200 Acres - Neale, Raphael : 700 Acres - Saunders, John: : : : : Surveyed 10 Aug 1663 for Thomas Mathews near St. Mathews branch that falls into a fresh run of Mattawoman Creek.: Conveyance notes - 200 Acres - Patrick Callaghan from Raphael Neale & recorded & Thomas Sympson recorded; 15 Apr 1710, 200 Acres - Raphael Neale from Patrick Callaghan; 11 Jan 1710 100 Acres - Leonard Green from Thomas Sympson; 14 March 1710,200 Acres - Edward Clements from Raphael Neale; 15 June 1723 100 Acres - Joseph Noble Jr. from John Saunders; 26 Nov 1743, 100 Acres - Abraham McPherson from John Saunders; 21 Jan 1743, 200 Acres - James Mudd from John Saunders; 29 Feb 1743, Francis Clements (sp?) from Edward Clements (sp?); 6 Jan 1747, 205 Acres - Edmund Portius from James Mudd; 20 June 1749 
Sanders, Henrietta (I091754)
 
56550 CC Wills Accounts 8Mar1806
John Chandler Sr
by John Chandler Jr.
mentions Stephen Chandler
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Charles County, Maryland Land Records 1808-1810; Liber IB-8 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 69.
At the request of John Chandler the following Mortgage was recorded May 31, 1808
Indenture made May 24, 1808; between William Corry of the one part and John Chandler of the other part. Whereas William Corry by his bond bearing date the day and year above written stands bound unto John Chandler in the sum of $330 current money with a condition thereunder written for the payment of $1165 current money before November 24, 1809. Now this indenture witnesseth that William Corry in consideration of the said debt of $1165 to John Chandler and also in consideration of the further sum of $5 current money has sold a tract of land being one half of all the lands William Corry now holds (except the dwelling house and orchard) provided that William Corry shall well and truly pay unto John Chandler the full sum of $1165 current money on or before November 24, 1809 according to the condition of the above in part recited bond otherwise everything therein contained shall be utterly null and void. Signed William Corry, John Chandler in the presence of and acknowledged before Benjamin Douglass, Walter Dyson
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Charles County, Maryland Land Records 1810-1811; Liber IB-9 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 291.
At the request of William Corry, the following Release was recorded April 9. 1811
Indenture made April 5, 1811; between John Chandler of Westmoreland County, Virginia of the one part and William Corry of Charles County of the other part. Whereas William Corry by his indenture of mortgage bearing date May 24, 1808 duly executed and recorded in Liber I. B. No. 8 did in consideration of $65 current money sell a certain tract of land. And whereas William Corry has fully satisfied and paid unto Henry Schroeder, assignee of the said John Chandler, the above mentioned sum of money and the interest thereon he the said John Chandler doth agree to execute this instrument of writing as a full release of the above mentioned parcel of land. Now this indenture witness that John Chandler in consideration of the payment of the said mentioned sum of money and interest thereon and for the further sum of $one current money paid by William Corry has acknowledged himself to be fully satisfied and by these presents do sell and confirm unto William Corry and assigns forever all the above mentioned parcel of land. Signed John Chandler in the presence of and acknowledged before Walter Dyson, George D. Parnham 
Chandler, John (I048967)
 

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