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

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70801 Veach, Eunis, d/o William and Jane Veach, b. 20 Jan 1704 Veitch, Eunis (I100754)
 
70802 Veach, Jane, d/o William Veach and Jane his wife, b. 21 Jun 1708 at St. Leonard's Creek Veitch, Jane (I100756)
 
70803 Veatch, Mary, d/o William Veatch and Jane his wife, b. 21 Aug 1706 Veitch, Mary (I100755)
 
70804 Veatch, Ninian, Junr 51
Nin 21
John 19
James 18
Solomon 15
Elisabeth 46
Jamima 13
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Rachel Veatch 94.273 FR .73:14.5 Jun 16 1766 Jul 14 1767
Appraisers: Leonard Beall, Jeremiah Jacob.
Creditors: Christopher Edelin, John Veatch, Jr.
Next of kin: Raphael Veatch, Ninian Veatch.
Administrator: Nathan Veatch. 
Veitch, Ninian (I077546)
 
70805 Veatch, Virlinnea, d/o William and Jane Veatch, b. at St. Leonard's Creek on 28 Jan 1709 Veitch, Verlinda (I100757)
 
70806 Vennour, Joseph, Portobacco Par., Charles County, 9th Sept., 1707; 10th Oct., 1707.
Towards repairing parish church, and boy Marke Pensuch, (Mark Penn) personalty.
To aunt Abigall Harrington, extx., of England, residue of estate, real and personal.
Hickford Leman to have charge of estate, in Md.
Test: Robert Rower, Joseph Leman, James Connill, Hickford Leman. 12, 188,
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Mr. Joseph Venour 28.51 I CH 178.12.9 Oct 23 1707
Appraisers: Philip Briacols, Michaell Marton.
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Joseph Vennor 32B.189 I 116-17.8 Jul 16 1711
List of debts: Peter Bard, William Chanler, Joseph Cooper, Richard Dodd, Thomas Dixon, John Hanson. Jr., Peter Mackmillion, William Mackaby, Mary Posey, George Askin, James Wallace, Thomas Jenkins, Col. John Contee, Thomas Dent, James Keeth, Sr., Joseph Manning, Richard Shipard, John Thompson, Edward Bonson, Richard Edelen, William Godian, Samuel Hanson, Phil. Lynes, Esq,, John Parnham, Ralph Shaw, Sr., Thomas Sympson, Capt. Da. Greenhill, Samuel Boughton., Randolph Brent, John Brayfield, Henry Barnes, Edward Bryant (runaway), Benjamin Clark (dead), James Connell (runaway), Chinalear Christian (gone away), Thomas Grumbill (runaway), John Hammond Smith James Hays, Robert Hager,, Jr. (dead), William Kellick, Aaron Misery (gone away), Jonathon Miller for estate of James Smith, Norah Magrah (runaway), Hugh Owen (runaway), Michaell Rayly (dead), John Smith, Thomas Tucker (runaway),, Thomas Whicherly, James Ashbrown, Mathew Barnes. Edward Chapman, Ignatius Casun, John Campton, Jos, Dowglas, Kat. Dennis, Gerrard Foulks, John Fendall, John Gardiner, Henry Gifford, John Hanson, Sr., Benjamin Hall, John Hammond, John Lovelace, Patrick Maggatee, Robert Maheve, William Richardson, George Short, Jr., Thomas Sanders, Adam Tilley, James Thompson, Henry Wharton, Abell Wackfield, Robert Yates.
Mentions: Mr. Walter Story.
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Joseph Venour (apothecary) 32C.158 A CH 293.10.5 241.16.3 Jul 16 1711
Payments to: Mr, Upgate Reeves, Ralph Lomax, Thomas Lomax, James Wallace, David Condon, Jacob Miller, Col. John Contee, Ralph Shaw, Jr., Col. Thomas Addison, Thomas Stone for Paul Benion, David Condon to live with orphan boy (unnamed), Robert Price, Andrew Simpson, John Newman, Mr. Notly Rozier, Madam Contee, W, Bladen, Esq., Charles Musgrave, Thomas Orrell, Richard Edlen, Mr. Jonathon White,
Legatees: Vestry of Port Tobacco Parish, Hickford Leman, Mr. John Frasier (minister), Mark Penn paid to his brother William Penn.
Mentioned Capt. Hide.
Executrix: Dame Abigail Harrington by Hickford Leman (trustee).
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Fortune Sims 23.100 A CH 38.5.0 #5035 Sep 19 1702
The amount of the inventory is equivalent to #9180.
Payments to: Mr, Jonathan White, Dr. Philip Briscoe, William Marshall (merchant), Gerrard Fowke, Joseph Venner, Capt. Ralph Williamson.
Executors: John Simms, Marmaduke Simms.
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Thomas Tallor [Taylor] 19-1/2B.113 A CH Apr 25 1700
Received from: John Loftin, Anne Hide, Samuel Burnham,
Payments to: Joseph Venor, Anne Cox, Mrs. Sarah Smith.
Administratrix/Executrix: widow (unnamed), wife of John Gwin,
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Charles County Maryland Land Records, Liber Z, Page 100
Recorded at request of Dr. Joseph Venour on behalf of the orphans of Waltr. Poore:
21 Jul 1703; Deed of Gift; Margaret Witter, formerly wife of Walter Poore, dec'd, now wife of William Witter, cooper, to her children by Walter Poore, lately dec'd; to son Robert Poore, cattle and Z6 to be paid at age 18 and to be of age at 21; mentions daus. Margaret the younger and Mary Poore; /s/ William Witter, Margarett Witter (mark); wit Jno Rowland, Joseph Venour, Philip Reyley; recorded by Dr. Joseph Venour on behalf of the orphans

Charles County Maryland Land Records, Liber Z, Page 103
Deed of Gift from Margaret Witter to her daughters Margaret Poore, the younger, and Mary Poore; same signatures
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Mar. 1703/4 - Joseph Venour vs. Anne Harguess alias Reeves, of Charles County, widow. On July 31, 1703, at Portobacco, Anne owed Venour 246 lbs. of tobacco for several medicines (cathartic pills, conserve? of roses, restringent powders, purging pills) she had purchased from him. Not having been paid, Venour brought suit. Anne was summoned to appear at the Jan. 1703/4 Court to answer Venour's claim but came not, the Sheriff returning that said Anne is not found. Anne was then summoned to appear at the Mar. 1703/4 Court but came not, the Sheriff again returning that she is not found.
At the Mar. 1703/4 Court, Venour claimed that the said Anne Harguess alias Reeves, of Charles County, widow, hath eloyned herself out of the jurisdiction of the Court. Venour stated, however, that several persons of the county had property of Anne's in their hands. Venour therefore requested an attachment against said property to the value of 246 lbs. of tobacco plus costs. The Court granted the attachment.
Source: Charles County, Md. Circuit Court, Liber A No. 2, pp. 359-60. 
Venour, Joseph Dr. (I012994)
 
70807 VERLINDA AUSTIN married Martin Wells. In the Grantham Survey located in the branches of Hardesty Creek, Martin Wells owned 155 acres; in Little Gunnery Survey he had 42 acres; in the Arthur Hall Survey, 44 acres. Martin died late in 1764 or early in '65. Notice these records:

Jan. 15, 1765. Martin Wells his administration bond in common form by Verlinda Wells his administratrix, with Thomas Wells and Henry Austin her sureties in sum of 500. Book 41, page 29. This Henry Austin was her brothe

Oct. 7, 1765. The account of Verlinda Wells, administratrix of Martin Wells late of Calvert County, planter, who died intestate. The estate amounted to 211 9s 3 1/2d. Dr. John Hamilton was paid 13 19s. 
Austin, Verlinda (I055923)
 
70808 Verlinda Graves was the daughter of Thomas Graves and Catherine Croshaw.
Thomas Graves was born 1580 in Derbyshire, England and died 1635-1636 in
Accomack County, Virginia Catherine Croshaw was born 1596 in Ireland and died after
1636, presumably in Accomack County, Virginia They were married 1610 in Ireland.

It was Anne Graves, Verlinda's sister, who married first, William Cotton about
July, 1637 (d. 1740 in VA); second, Nathaniel Eaton in 1742 (died by 1657); and
third, Francis Doughty, 6/8/1657.

Nathaniel Eaton was the first Principal of Harvard University. "Shortly before
6/19/1638, Nathaniel Eaton, first Master of the College, moved with his family
from Charlestown into a house in the Yard. By September 17, he had already
assembled and begun teaching the first freshman class of nine. (The Harvard
Guide: hno.harvard.edu/guide/students/stu6.html).

Marriage Contract 6/8/1657 of Rev. Francis Doughty to Anne (Graves) Cotton
Eaton, b. 1620; d. 1683; widow 1st of Rev. William Cotton and second of Rev.
Nathaniel Eaton and dau. of Capt. Thomas and Catherine Graves; removed from Accomac Co. to Rappahannock Co. and then to Charles County, Maryland; he resided in Mass., NY, and VA; she was his second wife. (Marriages of Some Virginia
Residents, 1607-1800 by Dorothy Wulfeck).

Stone, Verlinda, Charles County, 3rd Mch., 1674-5; 13th July, 1675.
To Benony Thomas and hrs., 400 A., "St. Verlindas."
To dau. -- Doyen, personalty.
To son John, ex., residue of estate, real and personal, at 21 yrs. of age.
Test: Margaret Baghay, Barbarie Kendall, Anne Roughey. 2. 364.
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Mrs. Verlinda Stone 5.354 I #14950 (1678)
Appraisers: Simon Hopkins, John Hanson,
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Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 5 Mar 1663/4, Page 286
Verlinda. Stone binds herself to pay Edmond Custis of London, merchant and Company, 2100# of tobacco at or before 10 Nov next at my dwelling house; 10 May 1664; /s/ Verlinda. Stone; Richard Stone, Edward Richardson

Richard Stone binds himself to pay Edmond Custis of London, merchant and Company, 324# of tobacco by 20 Nov; 10 May 1664; /s/ Richard Stone; wit. Verlinda Stone, Edward Richardson
=== same as Robert Smallpage ?
Charles County Circuit Court Liber D, Page 34
7 Sep 1668; Indenture from George Harris of Kent Co. to James Littlepage and Robert Littlepage, planters; for 10,000# of tobacco; a parcel of land called EFFTON HILLS on the north side of Burdit's Creek; bounded by Mrs. Verlinda Stone, Samuel Palmer; patent to George Harris dated 5 Feb 1666; now possessed by James and Robert Littlepage; /s/ George Harris (mark); wit. Owen Jones, William James (mark)
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber G, Page 5
6 Nov 1676; Indenture from John Blumstead {Bloomstead} of Stafford County, Virginia, tailor, to Philip Lines of Portobacco, planter; for 3,000# tobacco; a parcel of land called Hooke Norton; containing 150 acres; bounded by land of Verlinda Stone; /s/ Katherine Blumsted (mark), Johnd Blumsted (mark); wit. John Halford, William Norwood
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Nanjemoy or Durham Parish: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 336-17: VERLINDA: 300 acres; Possession of - 300 Acres - Thomas, Benari: Surveyed 17 June 1663 for Mrs. Verlinda Stone on the North side the main fresh run of Burdit's creek: Other notes - 300 Acres - Joseph Harrison from William Stone; 25 Nov 1728, 150 Acres - William Sisson from Joseph Hanson Harrison; 15 Sept 1746,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Nanjemoy or Durham Parish: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 338-31: HOOKE NORTON: 150 acres; Possession of - 150 Acres - Lynes, Philip: Surveyed 27 Sept 1671 for John Bloomstead at a bound Red Oak in a branch the bound tree of the land of Mrs. Verlinda Stone.: Conveyance notes - 150 Acres - Philip Lynes from John Bloomstead; 6 Nov 1676, Left by Will of Wm Lynes to Durham Parish
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Prince George's County, Maryland - Land Owners at Time PGCo Was Formed - 1696: Tract Name: ACQUINKEKEA HILL; Owner: Stone, Virlinda: Orig County = C {Charles = C, Calvert = V}; Patent Date: Aug 25, 1665: Ref: Liber 10, f 371 : Map Location: M-18 
Graves, Verlinda (I002059)
 
70809 Verlinda McDonald or Verlinda Posey
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ADAMS, LODOWICK, Charles Co. 9 Oct, 1769; 9 Jan, 1770
Wife: Verlinder.
To son Rhody Adams, tracts called "Mannisecleer" and Wake/In.'
To son Josias Adams, tract called "Mannisecleer."
Children: Mary Whealin, Virlinder MacDonnald, Joseph, Elizabeth Woodward, Richard, George, Jeremiah, Esther Woodward and son Rhody Adams.
Extx: Wife Virlinder.
Wit: Richard and Francis Hodgson, John Elgin. 37. 591
===
Lodowick Adams 106.85 CH 29.13.6 Jan 2 1771
(also Lodwick Adams)
Appraisers: Thomas Perry, Jacob Ware.
Creditors; William Smallood, Warren Dent.
Next of kin: Rhody Adams, Richard Adams.
Executrix: Verlinda Adams. 
Adams, Verlinder MNU (I012887)
 
70810 Vermilion County Coroner's Inquest Files Index (1908-1956)
Name File S R M Age Birth Death Verdict Description
__________________________________________________________________________ _______________________
GILBERT, BEN 15 M N M 61 12/23/1881 02/16/1943 ACCIDENT CONCUSSION & SHOCK IN COAL MINE ACCIDENT

GILBERT, ERNESTINE F N M 28 03/21/1927 05/21/1955 ACCIDENT 4TH DEGREE BURNS OVER 95% OF BODY

GILBERT, JULIA K. 31 F W M 36 11/10/1906 08/28/1943 ACCIDENT CRUSHED SKULL DUE TO AUTOMOBILE COLLISION

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Gilbert, Benjamin (I004504)
 
70811 Very little information has been found on Joseph Douglas. What little is known suggest that he lived most of his life in Fauquier County, Virginia. It is obvious he died in Grainger County, Tennessee. His family has been reconstructed from records available and is believed to be accurate.

Will of Joseph Douglas

"State of Tennessee) In the Name of God Amen.
Grainger County )
I Joseph Douglass of the County and State aforesaid, do make and Ordain, this My Last Will and Testament as follows-
Firstly - I give and bequeath all my house hold furniture to my wife Margaret So long as She lives and after her Death then to be sold and Equally divided between my five youngest Children Namely Polly, Susannah, Fanny, Nancy, and Yaunger.

Secondly - I give and bequeath to my oldest Son William Douglas one Negro Boy Named Willis which I lend him Some time past

Thirdly - I give and bequeath to my Oldest Daughter Sarah Underwood One Negro girl Named Hanney which I lent her Some time past and

Fourthly - My Will and Desire is that all the remaining part of My property Not here to fore mentioned Shall be Sold and Equally divided between My children here after Named John Douglass, Mary Anne Horton, Elizabeth Gardner, Berreman Douglass, Catherine Fears, Polly Douglass, Susannah Douglass, Fanny Douglass, Nancy Douglass, Younger Douglass And I further authorize Constitute and appoint My Trusty friend Mathew Campbell Esq. Executor of this My Last Will and Testament In Witness Where of I have this fifteenth day of December One thousand Eight hundred & Eight Directed My Name to be Set to this My Will and Testament

Joseph Douglass

Witnesses present
Test
John Hammil
Jas Perkins prov.
Majar Lea prov.
M. Campbell qualified Executor

State of Tennessee )
Grainger County ) February Session A.D. 1809

Then was the Executors of the within & foregoing Will & Testament duly proven in open Court by the Oaths of James Perkins and Major Lea two of the"

This Deed is a bill of sale for a slave, it identifies him as a bricklayer. Considering his family wealth and social status this is not likely. It is more probable this was akin to a building contractor today.

Apparently Joseph Douglas moved to Grainger County, Tennessee between 1802 (daughter Mary Ann's marriage) and the birth of his son, Younger, by Margaret Stroud
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Charles County Maryland Land Record Liber Z#2, 1744-1753; Page 166.
At the request of Sarah Douglass, wife of William Douglass, the following deed of gift was recorded on Jul 9, 1747.
I, Eliza Berryman of Westmoreland County, Virginia, widow, sometime since, purchased a Negro woman named Nann of Thos Hatton of CC, which Nann, since the time I bought her, has been delivered of a son named Henley and a daughter named Henny. Now know that I, for the natural love I have for my daughter Sarah, wife of Wm Douglass in CC, do give Nann and her children and the future children of Nanny their use and labor, to my sd daughter Sarah, during her natural life. And I grant to my grandson, Joseph Douglass, second son of my son-in-law, Wm Douglass, at the death of my daughter Sarah, sd Nann and her child Henny and their increase. Also, I give to my grandson, Benja. Douglass, eldest son of my son-in- law, Wm Douglass, sd Negro child Henley. If either sd Benjamin or Joseph dies underage and without issue, the slaves to go to the survivor; if neither survives, the slaves to go to the other children that may hereafter be born of my daughter Sarah, and in default of such children, to Catherine Berryman of Virginia, and to the issue of her body (if any), and in default of her issue, I give the slaves and their increase to my granddaughters, Eliza and Frances Foot of Virginian to be equally divided between them. Signed Jun 29, 1747 - Eliza Berryman. Wit - Robt Yates, Arthur Lee.
===
Charles County Land Record Book A#2, 1752-1756; Page (503). I, William Douglass of CC, for the love and affection that I have for my wife, Sarah Douglass, and for my 2 sons, Benjamin and Joseph Douglass, and for other considerations, I hereby grant to Sarah 2 Negro girls, one named Bess, about 12 years old, and the other named Rachiah, about 7 or 8 years of age, during her natural life, and et my wife's death, I give Bess and her increase to my son, Benjamin Douglass, and the other Negro girl, called Rachel' [sic]. I also make over "to my son Joseph and his assigns together with her increase". Signed May 1, 1747 - Wm Douglass_ Wit - Wm Middleton, Jno Hamill. Recorded Jun 17, 1756.
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Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 474. Jul 28, 1768 from Hugh Hamill of CC, planter, to Joseph Douglass of CC, Clerk, for 150 , half of one entire tract called Partners Purchase, lying in Pickawaxun Neck of CC, and laid off upon the south side of sd tract by a dividing line agreed upon by the late John Hamell and Doctor John Corry, which [dividing line] is bounded by Potomack River. The land is bounded by a boundary of Gibsons Close, Hungerfords Marsh, Neals Back Cr, Potomack River, containing about 164-1/2 acres. Signed Jul 28, 1768 - Hugh Hammill. Wit John Winter*, Edwd Smoot*. Recorded Oct 14, 1768.
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Charles County Land Record Book S#3, 1770-1775; Page 502. Nov 15, 1773 from Joseph Douglas of Dorchester County, planter, to Hugh Hamill of CC, planter, for 150 , half of one entire tract of land called partners purchase, lying in Picawaxon Neck in CC, and laid off upon the south side of sd tract by a dividing line agreed upon by the late John Hamill and Doctor John Corry, bounded by Potowmack River, Gibsons Close, Hungerfords Marsh, meals Cr, containing about 164 acres. Signed - Joseph Douglas. Wit - Jno Winter*, Saml Love*. Recorded Dec 21, 1773.
===
1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 431-385: PARTNERS PURCHASE: 329 acres; Possession of - 329 Acres - Howard, John: ESCHEAT land, composed of two tracts, the one originally granted Humphrey Howell, the other to Robert Simpson, both without name. Resurveyed 4 Sept 1738 for John Howard and John Hamill: {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, William Middleton from Georges Maxwell; 14 April 1747,126 Acres - John Corry from William Middleton; 29 July 1748, William Middleton from George Maxwell; 9 Nov 1748, 126 Acres - John Cissy from (Wm) Middleton; 5 Nov 1748 
Douglass, Joseph (I008772)
 
70812 Very little is known of Benjamin or his family. He was a witness to the will of William Brent in 1742. William, in turn, became guardian for Benjamin's daughter, Mary. (C.H. Brent)
=== mm note did not find Benjamin's name in either William's wills 
Brent, Benjamin (I050638)
 
70813 VEST, William L. & Elizabeth SLEET, 6 Feb. 1838, m by Wm. Hume, c by Elizabeth Sleet [relationship not stated], B-21 , Boone County, Kentucky Family F00140
 
70814 Vestryman at Christ Church, Kent Island 1696
Immigrated 1652
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Carter, Henry,Talbot Co.,17th June, 1706; 21st Jan., 1706-7.
To eld. son Valentine and hrs., all real estate.
To son John and dau. Elizabeth Elliot, personalty.
Exs.: 2 sons afsd.
Test: Jno. Stevens, Elizabeth Enger, Alexander Forbes. 12. 92.
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Thomas Marsh 7A.74 I KE #112775 Oct 27 1679
Mentions: John Edmundson, William Berry, Thomas Tayler, John Pitts, Ralph Fishbourne, James Ringgold, William Lawrence.
List of debts: Thomas Browne, Thomas Evens, Edward Lowder, John Fookes, George Hardisk, Alce Nash, George Crouch, Thomas Bright, John Evens, Patrick Gordin, Richard Beather, John Patrick, Marke Benton, John Davis & Patrick Sexstone, Thomas Wright, Walter Kerby, Edward Leach, William Morgin, Thomas Bryon, Major Ringgold, Lewis Blangey, Edward Felton, Capt. Tripp, Charles Banckes, Thomas Francis, Lewis Mirrada, Joseph James, Christopher Routes, Andrew Price, Peeter Bond, Robert Borley, John Carrier, William Rawles, Walter Quinton, John Grean, Robert Pratt, Thomas Marshall, John Broadham, Edward Felton, Hannah Hawkins, Charles Steward, Benjamin Randall, Samuell Tovey, William Bateman, Thomas Chitterly & Samuell Tovey, John Spiller, William Grainger, Henry Hozier, John Makomkin, John Matthew, Charles Howle, Robert Hoode, John Magison, Thomas Osbourne, Joseph Weecks, William Tallord, Henry Carter, William Rawles, John Hollingsworth which Major Wicks is to say in his note now, Edward James, John Fookes, John Dabbs, William Covantree, William Bayly, Edward Swetnam.
Lint of debts (some paid, dead, no estate to be found, runaway, unknown): Thomas Browne, Thomas Evens, Edward Lowder, John Fookes, George Hardish, John Evens, John Patrick, Thomas Wright, Thomas Bryon, Charles Banckes, Christopher Rowles, Peeter Bond, John Carver, John Grean, Robert Pratt, Thomas Marshall, John Broadham, Edward Felton, John Spiler, Henry Hazier, John Matthews, Charles Howle, Robert Hoode, Henry Carter, William Coventry, Edward Swettman, John Davis.
===
Charles Stuard 10.155 I KI 2.18.6 1688
Appraisers: Henry Carter, Lewis Meridith.
===
James Ringgold 13A.213 A KE 437.18.8 May 8 1694
Payments to: Mr. Lillingstone, Andrew Toulson, John Darracott, Mr. Thomas Burford, Henry carter, David Arbothnott, Geff Power, Richard Sweatnam, Anthony Underwood, Mary Eavona, Cornelius Comeggys (administrator of Lathorp), Mr. John Llewellin, Samuell Wheeler (administrator of Butcher), John Salter, Phillip Davis, Thomas Fisher, Elias King, Thomas Smith, Philip Everett, John Baker, Edward Sweatnam, Thomas Joice, Michaell Miller, Elias King.
Distribution: executrix
Executrix: Mary Speares.
===
Mr. Samuell Wheeler 13A.329 I KE 124.4.0 Apr 25 1694
Appraisers: Vollentine Sothern, Henry Carter.
===
Paull Winbrough 14.138 A KE 12.17.0 #4223 May 12 1697
Payments to: Isaac Winchester, Henry Carter, Dr, Lewis, Mr. John Copedge, Edward James.
Administrator: John Downes of Talbot County.
===
Capt. Nicholas Gassaway 20.41 A 339.11.8 302.5.3 Oct 8 1700
Payments to: Mr. Samuell Chambers, John Gerrard, Mr. Richard Beard, William Cotter, Benjamin Doller, Mr. William Dent, Mr. Thomas Sparrow, Mr. Gabriell Parrot, Mr. Micajah Perry, Mr. Henry Bird, Mr. Phillip Dowell, Mrs. Hester Gross, Henry Carter.
Administratrix: Ann Chambers, wife of Samuell Chambers.
===
Roger Gill 21.51 I KI 42.18.8 Mar 1701
Appraisers: Henry Carter, Lewis Meredith.
===
Thomas Baxter 25.335 A TA 84.11.4 47.9.6 Jul 30 1706
Payments to: Lewis DeroachBrune, Lewis Meredith & Henry Carter, James Modorall, Thomas Baxter, William White, John Gilgoe, Thomas Goodhand, William Rock, Elisabeth Wilson, Ralph Stevenson, Robert Ungle, William Legg, Thomas Godman, Vincent Hemsley, William Donaldson, Valentine Carter, Alexander Waters, Thomas Godman (executor of James Ringgold), Anthony Workman, Margarett Grace, Thomas Bordley.
Executrix: relict (unnamed), now wife of John Sutton. 
Carter, Henry (I068904)
 
70815 vestryman of Dettingen Parish, Prince William County, Virginia
=== Will Abstracted by Edward White
DW 6-484, 9/13/1718, pv 5/27/1719 WILL of RICHARD KENNER.
Son WINDER all my land and plantation extending from the land of WILLIAM CHANDLER which now lies with a mill, into the woods for breadth and HOSKENSES branch - to him and heirs of his body and then to next such heirs. He is under 21. Mother to handle.
Son RICHARD land from HOSKENSES branch including the plantation where William Martin lives; a mile into the woods for breadth and including the land I bought from my brother JOHN and a line of marked trees. To him and heirs of body lawfully begotten and for want of such heirs to my son RODHAM.
Son RODHAM all that land I bought from my brother, JOHN, the remainder of my land.
Extending from land hereto before bequeathed to the end of my land. Heirs of body, only for the land where brother, John lives. Rodham under 21.
Wife ELIZABETH Land from FRANCIS ATWELL, JR. on south side of the Machodoc near the head thereof.
Mother-in-law ELIZABETH WINDER to have a living out of my estate.
If wife dies or re-marries divide between his sons and daughters FRANCES and ELIZA.
Henry Ashton and John Awbrey executors 
Kenner, Richard (I044659)
 
70816 VI.

HIGH GATE.

[Arms. 26]
Underneath this Stone lyeth Interred
the Body of Mrs Catharine Washington
Wife of Major John Washington
and Daughter Coll Henry Whiting by
Elizabeth his Wife Born May the 22d 1694
She was in her several Stations
a Loving and Obedient Wife a tender
and ever Indulgent Mother a kind and
Compassionate Mistress and above all
and Exemplary Christian
She departed this Life February ye 7th 1743
Age 49 Years
to the Great loss of all that had ye Happiness
of her Acquaintance. 
Whiting, Catherine (I023857)
 
70817 vi. Anne Magruder was born CA 1719 in Prince George's County, Maryland, and died 1753. She married Thomas Clagett CA 1742, son of John Clagett and Verlinda Sollers. He was born 1713 in Prince George's County, Maryland, and died 1778 in Prince George's County, Maryland.
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MAGRUDER, NINIAN. Prince George's Co, 6 May, 1751
26 Jun, 1751
To son John Magruder, 300 A., being pt. of "Magruder's Purchase," and pt. of "The Addition of Magruder Purchase," whereon he now lives.
To son Nathaniel Magruder, 101 A., being pt. of "Magruder's Purchase," and 200 A. of 'Honesty," where he now lives*
To son James Magruder, 300 A., being pt. of land called "Alexandra, whereon I now live, and 300 A. being pt. of tract called "Honesty,, and 1/3 pt. of lot of ground In Upper Marlborough Town No. 47: also 2 slaves.
To 2 sons Samuel and Ninian Magruder, remaining pt. of tract called "Honesty."
To 2 sons John and Nathaniel, land "Grubby Thickett," 330 A.
To dau, Rachel Clagett, 13 pounds sterl.
To dau, Verlinda Magruder, 2 slaves, and a side saddle that I have ordered from Mr, Groves, merchant In London.
To 2 sons John and Nathaniel, my wearing apparel.
To dau, Sarah Beall, 1 slave.
To dau. Elizabeth Perry, 1 slave.
To dau, Anne Clagett, 1 slave,
To dau. Rebecca Offutt, 1 slave.
My 11 children: Samuel, John, Ninian, Nathaniel, James Magruder, Sarah Beall, Elizabeth Perry, Anne Clagett., Rebecca Offutt, Rachel Clagett and Virlinda Magruder.
Son James Magruder, ex.
Wit: Nathaniel Magruder, Jeremiah Magruder, James Gibson. MCW 28, 84 
Magruder, Anne (I008212)
 
70818 vi. Francis Walker Taliaferro was born 15 Nov 1743 in "Rosehill",Orange County, Virginia., and died 1815. He married Jane Taliaferro. She was born ABT 1745 in Va. Taliaferro, Francis (I023639)
 
70819 vi. Harriet Berry was born ABT 1793 in Prince Georges, Maryland. She married John Eversfield 12 APR 1814 in Prince Georges, MD, son of Matthew Eversfield and Susanna Fraser Bowie. He was born 10 MAY 1775 in Prince Georges, Maryland, and died 27 AUG 1824.
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contributed by Shirley Middleton Moller

PRINCE GEORGE'S CO.,MD WILLS, 1823-1827
Liber TT
Folio 368 JOHN EVERSFIELD 04/22/1816 10/19/1824
"being sick of body. . ."

Bequeaths to:
1. Harriet Eversfield - - wife
-to have all her life estate in real property
-to have the whole of the testator's personal estate she paying all the debts
-named executrix of the will
2. Dr. Edward Eversfield- - brother
-at widow's death to have the real peoperty left to her
3. Thomas Eversfield- - brother
-should the testator's brother Edward die intestate and without male
heirs, then to have the real estate left to testator's widow
4. Priscilla Duvall - - sister [consort of John Duvall]
-should both of the testator's brothers die w/out heirs, then the real
property to be divided among her male heirs share and share alike
5. Mary Eversfield - -sister
-to have Negro man "Benony"
6. Susannah Eversfield - -sister
-to have Negro boy "James" whom the testator purchased at the sale of Fielder Dorsett

Then came: John Hodges of Thomas and made oath that the afore going instrument of writing was written by him at the request of the testator and agreeable to his directions and the signature was the proper signature of the said deceased
Note: the testator signed the will in his own hand
Note: the widow renounced the bequests of the will and elected to take her dower of the estate
Signed: Harriet Eversfield [in her own hand]
Witness: Eleanor Eversfield
===
Folio 424 BENJAMIN BERRY 12/18/1827 12/24/1827
"being of sound and disposing mind, memory and understanding ..."
Bequeaths to:
1. Barbara Berry --wife
-to have during her natural life the plantation whereon the testator now lives
-to have 10 Negroes on the plantation of her choosing and they are not to be
taken or sold for the payment of debts
-to have 1/2 of the household furniture in the testator's dwelling house at the
time of the testator's death
-to have the testator's carriage and horses, 5 work horses, 12 head of black
cattle, 20 head of sheep, and 20 head of hogs, 3 plows and suffIcient utensils
to carry on a crop with the said Negroes
-to have 2 yoke of oxen and 2 ox carts
2. Eleanor Waring --granddaughter
Deborah Waring --granddaughter
Priscilla Waring --granddaughter
Rachel Waring --granddaughter
-to have all the land the testator purchased from William Kilty and
William Chandler (?) and the part of the land the testator purchased from
John Radle which the said granddaughters did occupy and which is separated
from the lands given by the testator to his son John by the courses, described in
a deed to the testator's son John dated the 15th of March 1826, and the lands to
be divided equally among them
-each to have a Negro girl near the age of 8
3. Lawrence Waring --grandson
-to have Negro boy about his own age
4. Harriet (Berry?) --daughter
-to have 12 Negroes in families to be chosen from those on the dwelling
plantation after widow has her choice
5. Barbara E. (Berry?) --granddaughter
-to have Negroes "Rachel" the nurse of the said Barbara and a boy named
"Lemuel"
6. John E. Berry --son
-to have all Negroes and stock now in his possession
-he and after his death, his sons to have all the testator's land "Independence"
which were purchased by the testator's father from Charles Carroll, of
Carrollton and all the land adjoining with the exception of the grave yard
-to have all the rest and residue of the estate--Negroes and stock --after those
are sold to satisfy debts
7. Otho B. Beall
Spencer Mitchell
-named executors with the testator's son John.
Witnesses: Richard H. Marshall
Spencer Mitchell
Elizabeth A. Beale
Then came: Richard H. Marshall
Note; the testator signed the will in his own hand 
Berry, Harriet (I022106)
 
70820 vi. John LEE was born Abt 1734 in of,Charles,Co,md, and died 24 Apr 1777 in of,Essex,Co,Va. He married Susannah SMITH Abt 1756 in Charles,Co,,Maryland. She was born Abt 1736 in of,Charles,Co,Maryland.

Lee, Philip, gent., Prince George's County, 20th March, 1743-4; 1st May, 1744.
To son Richard, at death of his mother-in-law, land which test. bought from Thomas Smith and Daniel Dulaney, he to make over to son Arthur, 500 A. Rock Cr. land left him by his mother Sarah, dec'd.
To son Hancock 1/2 land taken up at Rock Cr. and plantations bought from Joseph and James Brook.
To son Corbin, residue of land taken up at Rock Cr. and 200 A. "Rehoboth" given test. by his father Col. Richard of Va.
To sons John and George, 600 A. "Rehoboth".
To son Francis, 200 A. "Rehoboth,"
To grandson Philip, 200 A. "Rehoboth".
To wife Elizabeth, provided she remain a Protestant, ""Bart's Hope" and "The Addition" which test. bought from Major or Capt. Samuel Perry.
To son George, "Lee's Purchase" on Potomac R. which test. bought from John Ashman.
To sons Richard and Thomas, "Paradise" in Gloucester Go., left test. by his father.
To daus. Eleanor and Anne Russell, 5.
To grandchild ----- and Philip, child. of test. son Philip, dec'd. and his wife Grace, grandchild, ---, --- child. of test. oldest son Richard and his wife Grace, and any other grandchild. born or to be born, personalty.
To dau. -------, Patts, wife of William Patts, personalty. [probably Potts]
To wife Elizabeth, and child. Richard, Arthur, Hancock, Corbin, John, George, Francis, Thomas, Letitia, Elizabeth, Alice, Hannah, Margaret and grandson Philip, residue of estate including Bake House and Grist Mill.
Exs.: Wife Elizabeth, son Thomas.
Test: Joseph Gwinn, Benj. Gwinn, Philip Jenkins, Charles Jones, John Douglas. 23.480,
===
Mr. Hancock Lee 74.155 PG 314.18.6 Dec 28 1759 Mar 24 1761
Appraisers: Thomas Waring, Samuel Brindell.
Creditors: John Dorsett, Thomas Dorsett, Jr.
Next of kin: John Lee, Jr., Letice Wardrop.
Executors: Mr. Charles Graham, Mr. George Lee.
===
BEANES, COLMORE, Prince George's County, merchant. 20 Oct, 1762; 23 Nov 1762
To friend Lettice Thompson, 20 guineas to be laid out in plate as she thinks proper, with proper emblems of gratitude engraved thereon.
To Mrs. Margaret Symmer, one ring. (unknown relationship)
To sister Elizabeth Marbury, same.
To nephew Colmore Beans, all remaining pt. of estate.
Desire ex, to pay sister Mary Sutton, 1,000 lbs, tobacco until such time as my affairs are settled; In case of her death, money arising on Interest left to nephew Colmore Beanes, Ito go toward the maintenance of his children until such time as nephew shall arrive at age or the marriage of my sd sisters children.
Appoint John Lee., Jr. of Virginia as trustee in my stead, to see the marriage articles performed between Doctor Adam Thompson and Mrs. Lettice Wardrop.
Extx Bro. William Beanes Jr.
Wit: Daniel Pages Thomas Brooke, Benj. Skinner. 31.779
===
Provincial Court Land Records, 1765-1770
Volume 725, Page 418

This Indenture Made this fourteenth day of April in the Year seventeen
hundred and Sixty Eight Between Lettice Thomson of Prince Georges County in the Province of Maryland widow of the one part and John lee brother of the said Lettice of the Colony of Virginia Gentleman of the other part Witnesseth that the said Lettice Thomson for and in Consideration of the Sum of three hundred and forty two pounds Seventeen Shillings and two pence Sterling Money to her now in hand paid by the said John Lee the receipt whereof the said lettice Thomson doth hereby Acknowledge and therefrom acquit and discharge the said John Lee his heirs Executors and Administrators and every of them by these presents Hath given granted bargained sold aliened released enfeoffed and Confirmed and by these presents Doth give grant bargain sell alien release enfeoffe and confirm unto him the said John Lee his heirs and Assigns All that undivided Moiety or half part of a tract or parcell of Land called The Addition lying and being in Frederick County in the province of Maryland and Containing in the whole tract five hundred and Seventy Six Acres more or less originally taken up by a certain Richard Lee Together with all and Singular the houses outhouses Edifices Buildings Gardens ways waters water Courses Commodities priviledges Advantages Premisses and Appurtenances to the same undivided moiety of the tract or parcell of Land aforesaid belonging or Appurtaining And the reversion and reversions remainder and reminders Rents Issues and Profits thereof and of every part and parcell thereof And also all the Estate Right Title Interest Use Trust Profitt Property Claim and demand whatsoever of her the said Lettice Thomson of in and to the same undivided moiety of the tract or parcell of Land aforesaid and Premisses with the Appurtenances To have and to hold the said undivided moiety of the tract or parcell of Land afs.d and every part and parcell thereof and Premisses with Appurtenances to him the said John Lee his Heirs and Assigns to the only proper use and Behoofe of the said John Lee his heirs and Assigns for ever Provided always and Upon Condition that if the said Lettice Thomson her heirs Executors or Administrators do and shall well & truly pat or cause to be paid to him the said John Lee his heirs Executors Administrators or Assigns the aforesaid Sum of three hundred and forty two pounds seventeen Shillings and two pence Sterling at or upon the first day of June next Ensuing the date hereof with lawfull Interest for the Same then this Indenture and every Clause therein to be void and of no Effect otherwise to be & remain in full force and Virtue And the said Lettice Thompson for herself her heirs Executors and Administrators doth hereby Covenant Grant Promise and Agree to and with the said John lee his heirs Executors Administrators and Assigns in manner and form following that is to say That she the said Lettice Thomson her heirs Executors And Administrators shall and will well and truly pay or cause to be paid to him the said John lee his heirs Executors Administrators or Assigns the aforesaid Sum of three hundred and forty two pounds Seventeen Shillings and two pence Sterling at or upon the said first day of June next ensuing the date hereof with lawfull Interest for the same and that she the said Lettice Thomson her heirs Executors and Administrators the said undivided moiety of the tract or Parcell of Land aforesaid and every part and parcell thereof and premisses with the Appurtenances to him the said John lee his heirs and Assigns against her the said Lettice Thomson her heirs and Assigns and all persons claiming by from or under her or them shall and will for ever hereafter warrant and defend by these presents And further the said Lettice Thomson for herself her heirs Executors and Administrators doth hereby Covenant Grant promise and Agree to and with the said John lee his heirs Executors and Administrators that if default be made in the payment of the said sum of three hundred and forty two pounds seventeen Shillings and two pence Sterling with legal Interest thereon or any part or parcell thereof by the said Lettice Thomson her heirs Executors or Administrators according to the Condition or proviso and Covenant for payment afs.d that then he the said John Lee his heirs Executors or Administrators shall and may if he or they see fit at any time after the said first day of June next Ensuing the date hereof and after giving three weeks Notice thereof in the Maryland Gazette enter into the said undivided moiety of the tract or parcell of Land aforesaid and set up and expose the same and Premisses with the Appurtenances to the best and highest bidder in Sterling money and the said undivided moiety of the said tract or parcell of Land and Premisses with the Appurtenances and every part and parcell thereof so set up and expose to sale effectually to convey and make over (and the said Lettice Thomson doth hereby authorize constitute and impower the said John Lee his heirs Executors Administrators and Assigns for her and in her Name to Release convey and make over the said undivided moiety of the said tract or parcell of Land and every part and parcell thereof and Premisses with the Appurtenances to the respective purchaser or purchasers thereof and the Monies arising from such sale to demand recover and receive of and from the respective purchaser or purchasers as aforesaid and Apply the said monies arising from such Sale to the Payment of the necessary Charges and expences of Such Sale and to the payment and discharge of the aforesaid sum of three hundred and forty two pounds seventeen Shillings and two pence sterling money and legal Interest thereon and the Charges of drawing and recording this Deed And that she the said Lettice Thomson her heirs Executors Administrators and Assigns shall and will upon request of such purchaser or purchasers as aforesaid make execute suffer and give to such purchaser or purchasers their heirs and Assigns good firm and Sufficient release or other effectual writing as Shall be required of and for the said undivided moiety of the tract or parcell of Land aforesaid
so bought at Vendue by such purchaser or purchasers as aforesaid and that in Case the monies arising by such Sale as aforesaid Shall not be sufficient for the Several payments aforesaid that then she the said Lettice Tomson her heirs Executors or Administrators shall and will pay to him the said John Lee his heirs Executors Administrators or Assigns
such part thereof as shall be deficient and unpaid or satisfied And the said john Lee for himself his heirs Executors and Administrators doth hereby Covenant Promise Grant and Agree to and with the said Lettice Thomson her heirs Execrators and Administrators that in case there shall be any surplus after the Application of the monies arising by such sale as aforesaid to the several payments aforesaid that then he the said John Lee his heirs Executors Administrators or Assigns shall and will pay Such surplus to the said Lettice Thomson her heirs Executors Administrators or Assigns with lawfull Interest thereon In Witness whereof the said Lettice Thomson hath hereunto set her hand and Affixed her Seal the day and Year first above written
Signed Sealed and Delivered
in the presence of us
J Hepburn Rogers Lettice Thomson (Seal)

On the Back of the Aforegoing Deed was thus Endorsed Viz.t

Received on the day and Year first within written of and from the within named John Lee the Sum of three hundred and forty two pounds Seventeen shillings and two pence sterling Money being the consideration within mentioned to be by him paid to me
Witness J Hepburn Rogers Lettice Thomson

On the fourteenth day of April seventeen hundred and sixty Eight Came the within named Lettice Thomson before me the Subscriber one of his Lordships Justices of the provincial Court and Acknowledged the within Instrument of writing to be her Act and Deed and the undivided moiety of the tract or parcel of Land therein mentioned to be the Right and Estate of the within named John Lee his heirs and Assigns forever according to the true intent and Meaning of the same writing and the Act of Assembly in such Case made and provided Before me J Hepburn
Recorded 19.th day of July 1768
===
Provincial Court Land Records, 1770-1774
Volume 726, Page 301

This Indenture made the ninth Day of March in the Year of our Lord one thousand seven
hundred and seventy two Between John Lee of Essex County in the Colony of Virginia and
Susanna his Wife and George Lee of Charles County in the Province of Maryland and Chloe his Wife
of the one Part and Lettice Thompson of Prince George County in the Province aforesaid of the other Part
Witnesseth that for and in Consideration of the Sum of fifty Pounds to the said John lee and the Sum
of one hundred Pounds Inspection Currency of the Province aforesaid to the said George Lee to them and
each of hem respectively paid by the said Lettice Thomson at or before the Ensealing and Delivery
of these Presents the Receipt whereof they do hereby acknowledge and thereof and of every part and Parcel
thereof do exonerate, acquit, and discharge the said Lettice Thompson her Heirs Executors and Administrators
and every of them by these Presents have granted, bargained, sold, aliened, enfeoffed,
and confirmed, and by these Presents do grant, bargain, sell, alien, enfeoff, and confirm unto the said
Lettice Thomson Six hundred Acres of Land with the Appurtenances, scituate, lying and being in
Dorchester County in the Province aforesaid devised to the said John Lee and George Lee by the Will
of their Father Philip Lee Esq.r deceased out of a larger Tract of Land commonly called and
by the Name of Rehoboth on the North West Fork of Nanticoke as by the said Will recorded in the
Commissary's Office may now fully appear and which Land the said John and George Lee by a
former Deed bearing Date the Day of conveyed to the said Lettice Thomson
but which was omitted to be registered according to the Directions of the Law in such Cases provided
And the Reversion and Reversions remainder and Remainders of all and singular the said six
hundred Acres of Land and Premisses hereby granted, and every Part and Parcel thereof And also
all the Estate, Right, Title, Interest, Property, Claim and Demand whatsoever both in Law and Equity
of them the said John Lee and Susanna his Wife, and George Lee and Chloe his Wife or either of them
of in, to, or out of the said Land Premisses and every part and Parcel thereof To have and to hold
the said Six hundred Acres of Land and all other the Premisses hereby granted, bargained or sold
or mentioned or intended so to be with their and every of their Appurtenances unto the said Lettice
Thomson her Heirs and Assigns ^To the only proper Use and Behoof of her the said Lettice Thomson her Heirs and Assigns^ forever And the said John Lee and George Lee do for themselves and
their Heirs hereby grant that they and their Heirs the Land and Premises afores.d and all and singular
other the Premisses hereby granted or mentioned to be granted and every Part and Parcel thereof with all
and singular their and every of their Rights Members and Appurtenances unto the said Lettice Thomson
her Heirs and Assigns against the said John Lee and George Lee and their Heirs and all other
Person and Persons whatsoever claiming by from or under them shall and will warrant and forever
defend by these Presents In Witness whereof the said John Lee and Susanna his Wife and
George Lee and Chloe his Wife have hereunto set their Hands and affixed their Seals the Day and
Year first above written
Sealed and delivered in J Hepburn John Lee (L S)
the Presence of us Alex.r Symmer Geo Lee (L S)

(On the Back of the aforegoing Deed was thus indorsed Viz)

Received on the Day of the Date of the within written Indenture the Sum of fifty Pounds Inspection
Currency of Maryland it being in full for the Consideration Money for the Land and
Premises within mentioned to be paid to me by the within named Lettice Thomson Witness my
Hand John Lee
Witness J Hepburn

Received on the Day of the Date of the within written Indenture of and from the within
named Lettice Thomson the Sum of one hundred Pounds Inspection Currency of Maryland
it being it full for the Consideration Money for the Lands and Premises within mentioned
to be paid to me Witness my Hand
Witness J Hepburn Geo Lee

Prince Georges County March 9.th 1772 Then came John Lee and George Lee Parties of the
within Deed and acknowledged the same to be their Act and Deed and the Land and
Premisses therein mentioned to be the right Title and Estate of the within mentioned Lettice
Thomson Her Heirs and Assigns forever Taken and acknowledged before me one of his
Lordships Justices of the provincial Court
J Hepburn
Recorded the 26.th Day of March 1772 
Lee, John (I046529)
 
70821 Victoria Mathews died 1713/1720 m. 4/11/1681 William Thompson he was b. about 1655 in St. Mary's Co. and died there in 1740. He was the (son of William Thompson and Mary Bretton) William married second, Eleanor Patterson 1718/1720 and third, Anne Courtney 1731/1735.

Victoria Mathews and William Thompson had:

A. Thomas Thompson b. 12 Sep 1682 and died 1749. He married ____by 1704.

B. William Mathews Thompson b. 5 Mar 1684 died 1728. He married Catherine ____by 1726.

C. Victoria Thompson, b. 5/20/1687

D. Jane Thompson b. 13 Nov 1690 died 1749. She married Henry Brent by 1720. She married second, John Watts aft 1716.

E. Cuthbert Thompson b. 12 Sep 1692 died 1722/1724. He married Elizabeth Yates by 1724.

F. Mary Thompson b. 12 Feb 1694

Charles County Circuit Court, Birth, Deaths & Marriage Records, Liber Q
Thompson, William, s/o William and Mary Thompson of St. Mary's County, she being d/o William Britton, m. Victoria Matthews, d/o Thomas and Jane Matthews of Charles County, I I Apr 1681
===
Hoskins, Ann, Charles County, 6th May, 1718;
9th May, 1718.
Testator directs that personalty left her by her late husband be divided among her child. as will directs, and appoints as exs. her sons Oswald and Bennett Hoskins, to whose care she leaves her three other child.
Overseers: William Chandler, bro. William Thompson, son-in-law Mr. Craycroft and Mr. Brooke.
Test: John Wilkinson., Rodger Elletson., Wm. Hunter.
===
Ignatius Causone 35A.243 I CH 44.4.7 Feb 10 1713
Appraisers: William Thompson, Isaac Gibbins.
Next of kin: Victoria Thompson, William Matthews.
===
Charles County Circuit Court Liber F, Page 242
15 Jan 1676/7; Deed of Gift from Jane Matthews, relict of Thomas Matthews, Gent., to her 5 children, Ignatius, William, Victoria, Jane and Anne; ex. William Boarman of St. Mary's County, Gent.; /s/ Jane Matthews; wit. Rando. Brandt
===
Charles County Circuit Court Liber H, Page 45
9 Sep 1678; Deed of Gift from John Breade, Gent., to his wife Jane Breade and Ignatius, William, Victoria, Jane, and Anne Matthews, sons and daughters of my wife Jane and Thomas Matthews, her late husband; for 5s paid by William Boaremen of St. Mary's Co. and Henry Adames, Gent., in behalf of my wife and her said children; all the land, buildings, servants, slaves, stock of hoggs, cattle, horses and other goods; /s/ John Breade; wit. Edmond Donnie, John Lemaire
===
Charles County Land Records, Liber Q, Page 67
5 Mar 1694; Indenture from William Thompson, planter, to Richard Gambrah, planter; for 8,000# tobacco; half of the parcel of land called Batterzee which Richard Hes and Philip Mason purchased from Richard Hawke; containing 500 acres by indenture from Richard Hawke to Richard Hes and Philip Mason dated 13 Nov 1688; lately in possession of Wm. Thompson and Thomas Lewis; lying on the north side of Anacostia on Cash Creek; containing 500 acres; division made with consent of Wm. Thompson and Thomas Lewis; /s/ Will. Thompson, Victoria Thompson; wit: John Benfield (mark), Edw. Potter; William and Victoria Thompson ack. deed 
Matthews, Victoria (I002335)
 
70822 Viginia Colonial Abstracts-Northumberland County, 1678-1713 Subject Name: Court Date/Page: Event:

Richard and John Marshall 19 March 1706/7, page 431 Richard and John Marshall orphan sons of George Marshall (ages 14 and 9) to serve Thomas Gaskins until 21.
===
1687-1699 Order Book Part 2 - Northumberland Co Va; Hamrick: Pg 512
Northumberland County Court July 16, 1690
Whereas GEORGE MARSHALL on the behalf of his wife RACHEL brought his action against JONAS GASKINS for his said wife's Corn and Clothes accustomed for having served the said GASKINS her full time according to Custom, Indenture, or otherwise. Judgment is granted the said MARSHALL against the said GASKINS for three barrels of Corn and Clothes accustomed with costs of Suit alias execution Unless the said GASKINS appears the next Court and show reasons to the contrary. 
Marshall, Rachel MNU (I021135)
 
70823 Viginia Colonial Abstracts-Northumberland County, 1678-1713 Subject Name: Court Date/Page: Event:
George Marshall 18 June 1690; page 512 George Marshall in behalf of his wife Rachel vs. Josias Gaskins, she having served Gaskins.

Richard and John Marshall 19 March 1706/7, page 431 Richard and John Marshall orphan sons of George Marshall (ages 14 and 9) to serve Thomas Gaskins until 21.
===
Northumberland County Order Book 1707-1713: 431/3:
At a Court held for Northumberland County the 19th day of March 1707
RICHARD and JOHN MARSHALL Orphan Sons of GEORGE MARSHALL
RICHARD being fourteen Years of Age the Tenth of September next and JOHN Nine Years Old Are by this Court bound Apprentices to serve THOMAS GASKINS and his heirs until they Arrive to the Age of One and twenty Years the said GASKINS in Court Promising to teach or Cause them to be taught to read as also to write if possible And to find and provide for them Competent meat drink washing and Lodging fitting and Convenient for such Apprentices during the said Term. 
Marshall, Richard (I021136)
 
70824 Viginia Colonial Abstracts-Northumberland County, 1678-1713 Subject Name: Court Date/Page: Event:
George Marshall 18 June 1690; page 512 George Marshall in behalf of his wife Rachel vs. Josias Gaskins, she having served Gaskins.

Richard and John Marshall 19 March 1706/7, page 431 Richard and John Marshall orphan sons of George Marshall (ages 14 and 9) to serve Thomas Gaskins until 21.
===
Northumberland County Order Book 1707-1713: 431/3:
At a Court held for Northumberland County the 19th day of March 1707
RICHARD and JOHN MARSHALL Orphan Sons of GEORGE MARSHALL
RICHARD being fourteen Years of Age the Tenth of September next and JOHN Nine Years Old Are by this Court bound Apprentices to serve THOMAS GASKINS and his heirs until they Arrive to the Age of One and twenty Years the said GASKINS in Court Promising to teach or Cause them to be taught to read as also to write if possible And to find and provide for them Competent meat drink washing and Lodging fitting and Convenient for such Apprentices during the said Term. 
Marshall, John (I021137)
 
70825 vii. Gabriel Slaughter was born 1767 in Culpeper County, Virginia, and died 19 SEP 1830 in Mercer County, Kentucky. He married Elizabeth Hord, daughter of John Hord. He married Sarah 'Sally' Slaughter, daughter of Thomas Slaughter and Sarah Thornton. Hord, Sarah (I038908)
 
70826 vii. Gabriel Slaughter was born 1767 in Culpeper County, Virginia, and died 19 SEP 1830 in Mercer County, Kentucky. He married Elizabeth Hord, daughter of John Hord. He married Sarah 'Sally' Slaughter, daughter of Thomas Slaughter and Sarah Thornton. Slaughter, Gabriel Gov. (I076158)
 
70827 vii. Nicholas GASSAWAY was born 1719, and died 1775. He married Catharine WORTHINGTON Abt 1739, daughter of Thomas WORTHINGTON and Elizabeth RIDGELY. She was born 10 Jul 1720, and died Abt 1788. Gassaway, Nicholas (I022370)
 
70828 vii. SARAH Anne MASON MERCER was born 21 JUN 1738, and died 26 JUL 1806. She married SAMUEL SELDEN, son of JOSEPH SELDEN and MARY CARY. He was born 1725 in "BUCKROE", HAMPTON COUNTY, VIRGINIA, and died 1791 in "SALVINGTON", STAFFORD COUNTY, VIRGINIA.
===
Contributed by: James Hughes

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Court Record Data
Context Extract
Birth John Francis Mercer age 11 in 1770
Death Mrs. Moses Rowley (aka Jennet Rowley) died in 1753
Deed James Hansbrough to John Mercer - Stafford Co. - 1752
Deed Peter Hansbrough to John Francis Mercer - King George Co. - 1794
Defendant Peter Hansbrough (exor.); James Hansbrough (decd.')
Deponent / Affiant Henry Jones (66); William Anderson (73); James Cross (67); James Mercer (52); George Sharpe (55)
Locality King George Co.; Stafford Co.; Fredericksburg; Henry Co.; MD (Annapolis); NC; MA; PA (Philadelphia)
Marriage Moses Rowley -mr- Jennet Summer, widow of Joseph Summer
Marriage Samuel Selden -mr- FNU Mercer, daughter of John Mercer
Marriage Peter Mauzy -mr- Elizabeth Summer, daughter of Joseph Summer
Marriage John Minor -mr- Margaret Summer, daughter of Joseph Summer
Marriage James Hansbrough -mr- Lettice Summer, daughter of Joseph Summer
Plaintiff John Francis Mercer (devisee of Anne Mercer devisee of John Mercer of Stafford Co.)
School William Simms - tutor in the Mercer family
Slave Harry; Kate - proprerty of John Mercer
Slave Tom; Phillis; Dembo - property of James Hansbrough
Slave trade bought on board the ship Penelope
Tract Pasbytanzy Plantation
Administrative Information
Record title Mercer vs Hansbrough Exor
Year recorded 1803
Collection CR-DC-L
Record ID 565-79
End Notes
Preserved by Virginia Circuit Court Records Preservation Program
Processed by Margaret Anne Crickman
Extracted by Barry L. McGhee
Extracted on 10/21/2002
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Court Record Data
Context Extract
Deed Moses Rowley and Elizabeth Rowley his wife to William Hewitt - Stafford Co. - 1783
Deed Simon Thomison to William Rowley - Stafford Co. - 1762
Deed Simon Tomison to James Hewitt - King George Co. - 1761 @
Deed John Waugh to Thomas Elzey - Stafford Co. - 1690
Deed of Lease John Elzey to John Jones the younger - King George Co. - 1704 @
Deed of Trust George Armstrong to William Hewitt - recorded? - 1775 @
Defendant Rachel Porch (aka Rachel Portch); James Lymbrick; George Lymbrick; Robert H. Hooe
Deponent / Affiant Charles Bruce
Family William Rowley, brother of Moses Rowley
Family Thomas Elzey (eldest son), William Elzey, John Elzey & Sarah Elzey, children of Thomas Elzey (decd. c1698)
Family Lewis Elzey, Thomas Elzey & Francis Elzey - sons of Thomas Elzey (decd. 1721)
Family Samuel Selden, Miles Selden, Cary Selden, children of Joseph Selden
Family Wilson Cary, brother of Miles Cary - they were uncles to Cary Selden, Samuel Selden & Miles Selden
Family Mary Selden, wife of Joseph Selden
Family Jane Elzey, wife of Thomas Elzey (decd. c1698)
Family Rebecca Selden, wife of Samuel Selden
Family Cary Selden, son of Samuel Selden (decd. 1791)
Family John Selden, Bartholomew Selden, Elizabeth Selden, Mary Milner - children of Samuel Selden
Family Cary Selden, son of Samuel Selden
Family Maria Brooke, sister of Samuel Selden (decd. 1791)
Family William Page & Jane Page, children of Mary Mason who was daughter of Samuel Selden
Family Anne Mercer, daughter of Samuel Selden (decd. 1791)
Family Anne Mercer, wife of Samuel Selden (decd. 1791)
Family John Tomison, father of Simon Tomison
Family Sarah Anne Mason Selden, widow of Samuel Selden
Grant Richard Whitehead - 2000 acres in Rappahannock Co. and New Kent Co. - 8 Apr. 1674
Grant Samuel Selden - 1530 acres in Stafford Co. - 31 Mar. 1715
Locality Stafford Co.; King George Co.; Rappahannock Co.; Elizabeth City Co.; New Kent Co.
Marriage James M. Garnett -mr- Mary Mercer
Plaintiff Sarah Anne Mason Selden; Cary Selden
Plat Samuel Selden grant for 1530 acres on Potomack Run (aka Potomack Creek) - 1802
Slave old Jack; old Boss; Pegg; Tom; Dick; Jenny; Harry; Tony; Will; Pompe; Jack - property of Samuel Selden
Slave Will - property of Joseph Selden bequeathed to Miles Selden
Slave Will Clifton; Clara & children Jenny, Ben, Dennis, Tom, Will & Fanny; Molly & children Eliza, David, Melford, Harry & Billy; Sue & children Jupiter, Ben, Phillis, Molly, Lewis & Randolph; Nan; Flora; Juno & child Lucius; Sarah; Moses; Isabell; Lydia; Delia; Malach; Peter; big Ben; James; Dublin; Dinah; Robin; Daniel; Doll; Capiah; Grace - property of Samuel Selden (decd. 1791)
Slave Dick - property of George Armstrong
Survey survey & plot of the dower of Mrs. Hewitt in Locust Forest - 1797
Surveyor Travers Daniel, surveryor of Stafford Co. - 1802
Tract Fort Fields - property of Joseph Selden
Tract Buck Roe - residence of Samuel Skinker
Will Thomas Elzey - recorded ? - 1698
Will Thomas Elzey - Stafford Co. - 1720 / 1721
Will Samuel Selden - Elizabeth City Co. - 1720
Will Joseph Selden - Elizabeth City Co. - 1727
Will Samuel Selden - Stafford Co. - Fredericksburg District Court - 1790 / 1791 / 1806 @
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Record title Selden vs Portch
Year recorded 1806
Collection CR-DC-L
Record ID 570-113
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Mercer, Sarah Anne Mason (I039619)
 
70829 vii. Susanna BURCH was born 1737 in Charles County, Maryland, and died BEF. 1813 in Culpeper County, Virginia. She married Notley MADDOX 29 JAN 1758 in Port Tobacco, Maryland, Charles County, son of John MADDOX and Mary DYSON. He was born 13 APR 1731 in St. Mary's County, Maryland, and died 11 MAR 1820 in Pleasureville, Henry County, Kentucky.
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BURCH, JUSTINIAN, Charles Coo 29 Dec. 1764
21 Oct. 1767
To wife Anne Burch.
To dau. Susanna Maddox, Negro woman Judith.
To son Leonard Burch, part of tract, "Lumley,, beginning at the division line between John Noe and myself; also "Penray", mill, "Burches Help," and Negro man named James,
To son Justinian Thomas Burch, 10 acres called 'Lumley", adjoining land left him by my father, Justinian Burch, also Negro boy Cupid and other at age 21.
To dau. Sarah Burch, Negro girl Lucy.
To dau. Anne Burch, Negro girl Sarah at age 16.
Ex: wife.
Wit: Sam Amery, John Noe, Mary Noe. 36, 81
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BURCH, JUSTINIAN, Charles Coo 29 Dec. 1764
21 Oct. 1767
To wife Anne Burch.
To dau. Susanna Maddox, Negro woman Judith.
To son Leonard Burch, part of tract, "Lumley,, beginning at the division line between John Noe and myself; also "Penray", mill, "Burches Help," and Negro man named James,
To son Justinian Thomas Burch, 10 acres called 'Lumley", adjoining land left him by my father, Justinian Burch, also Negro boy Cupid and other at age 21.
To dau. Sarah Burch, Negro girl Lucy.
To dau. Anne Burch, Negro girl Sarah at age 16.
Ex: wife.
Wit: Sam Amery, John Noe, Mary Noe. 36, 81
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Contributed by Shirley Middleton Moller

Charles County, Wills AF 7. 658
Anne Burch's Will.
I, Anne Burch of CC, am infirm of body but in sound and
perfect memory.
To my daughter Susannah Maddox - 1 Negro woman named Judah.
To my daughter Sarah Harris - 1 Negro woman named Lucy,
provided she claim no part of her father, Justinian
Burch's estate, there being a balance due her from sd
estate. The above Negro woman I give her in lieu of sd
balance.
To my daughter Anne Burch - 1 Negro boy named John.
To my children, Susannah Maddox, Sarah Harris, Benjamin
Burch, Anne Burch, and Justinian Thomas Burch - after my
just debts are paid, the rest of my estate to be
equally divided between them.
Signed May 14, 1781 - Anne [X her mark] Burch.
Wit: Bennett Dyson, Hatch Dent of Hatch, Perrgrene Thorn.
Probated Aug 21, 1781 by the oaths of witnesses Bennet
Dyson, Hatch Dent, and Peregrine Thorn
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Contributed by Shirley Middleton Moller
Charles County, Maryland Land Records, IB 5.491

At the Request of Henry Cooksey the following Decree was recorded this 1st
day of October Anno Domini 1803

Henry Cooksey v Leonard Burch Eleanor Burch Zadock Harris & Sarah his wife Notley Maddox & Susanna his wife & Sarah Burch heirs of Benja Burch

In Chancery June Term 1803

The said Cause standing ready for hearing and being submitted and no person having appeared in consequence of the publication against the absent defendants the Bill Exhibits publication and all other proceedings were by the
Chancellor read and considered and the Chancellor being persuaded that the matters stated in the Bill are trice
It is thereupon this twenty second day of July Eighteen hundred and three by Alexander Contee Hanson Chancellor and by the authority of this Court adjudged ordered and decreed that the Bill of the Complainant be and the same is hereby declared to be taken pro Confesso It is further adjudged Ordered and decreed that the defendants shall by a good deed or deeds to be executed and acknowledged according to law shall give grant bargain and sell convey and transfer to the Complainant and his heirs the following Tracts or parcels of land
situate lying and being in Charles County to wit Lumley Pernury and
Burches Help supposed to contain together Two hundred acres and upon the
due Execution acknowledgment and recording of the said deed the Complainant shall be entitled to hold the same free clear and discharged from all claim of the Defendants or either of them claiming under the deceased Provided Nevertheless that if the sd Defendants or either of them their or either of their heirs devises or Representatives shall appear in the Chancery Court at any time within Eighteen Calendar months from the date of this decree and require a review of the same the Chancellor upon a Bill Filed by such person so appearing shall proceed to an Examination of the matters in dispute and to a final decree in the same manner as if the said person had originally appeared before him
A C Hanson Chanrs
Test Samuel Harvey Howard Reg Cur Cain
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Apr. 1802 - Maryland High Court of Chancery. Henry Cooksey, of Charles Co. vs. Benjamin Burch's heirs. Cooksey set forth that on Mar. 23, 1786, he contracted with Benjamin Burch of Charles Co., since deceased, for the purchase in fee simple of sundry tracts of land lying in Charles Co., known by the name "Lumley," "Pernury" [sic] and "Burch's Help" [sic] and on the day and year aforesaid passed his bond to the said Burch for the quantity of 47,659 lbs. of tobacco. Cooksey futher stated that the said Benjamin Burch put him [Cooksey] in full and quiet possession of the lands sold to him, and that the said Benjamin shortly afterward, that is to say in the year 1786 or 1787, departed this life leaving the following persons his heirs at law to wit, Leonard Burch, Eleanor Burch, issue of Leonard Burch a deceased brother, Sarah Burch, a sister of the said Benjamin. and now the wife of Zadock Harris, Susanna, another sister, and now the wife of Notley Maddox, Anne, another sister, and now the wife of Peregrine Thorn, and Sarah Burch, issue of Justinian Burch, A deceased brother [that is, Benjamin's brother Justinian Thomas Burch], that all the heirs of the aforesaid Benjamin Burch are living and residing out of the jurisdiction or this state in the commonwealth of Virginia as he [Cooksey] has been informed and believes, and that the said Benjamin Burch left Francis Hammersly and John Winter of Charles Co his executors.
Henry Cooksey brings this action to obtain a conveyance in fee simple of the following tracts of land in Charles County to wit "Lumley," "Pernury" [sic] and "Burch's Hope" [sic] which Benjamin Burch of said County since deceased sold'to him [Cooksey] at and for the quantity of 212 lbs. of tobacco per acre.
The Deposition of Samuel Turner aged sixty nine years, being duly sworn, deposeth, and saith, that Samuel Amery and Benjamin Burch married two sisters, that he was well acquainted with all Benjamin Burch's family, that the said Benjamin had only one child a son, who died before he arrived to legal age, that the said Benjamin had two brothers and three sisters, the eldest brother Leonard left two children a son and a daughter, who it is said live in Kentucky. The other brother Justinian left a daughter who it is said lives in Virginia, the 2nd sister Sarah was married to Zadock Harris and it is said lives in Ky., and the third sister Anne was married to Peregrine Thorne, who says he lives in Virginia ... and all of them reside out of state .... Jan. 18, 1803. [Deposition of Samuel Amery made in Charles Co., Md. an Jan. 18, 1803 and included an p. 248' of this Chancery Court case.]
Source: 53 Maryland Chancery Court Records - Liber S.H.H. Nei. 9 - 1802, pp. 242-250 [above abstract from Marilu's book,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 368-47: LOMBEY: 450 acres; Possession of - 225 Acres - Burch, Oliver: 225 Acres - Noe, John: Surveyed 31 Jan 1664 for Thomas Lomax on the North side the main swamp that falls into Piles fresh: Conveyance notes - 125 Acres - Thomas Dyson from John Noe; 27 Feb 1726, 100 Acres - John Ingram Twainbrook from John Noe; 25 Sept 1727,100 Acres - Edmund Murphy from John Ingram Twainbrook; 13 Nov 1728, 46 Acres - Sarah Noe from Thomas Dyson; 10 June 1729, 100 Acres - William Davis from Edmund Murphy; 24 March 1734, 112-1/2 Acres - Justinian Burch Jr. From Justinian Burch Sr.; 14 June 1743,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 362-1: PENRICK: 40 acres; Possession of - 40 Acres - Burch, Oliver: Surveyed 31 March 1705 for Oliver Burch lying adjoining to the lands he now lives on beginning at a bound chestnut: Conveyance notes - 46 Acres - Justinian Burch Jr. from Justinian Burch Sr.; 14 June 1743, 
Burch, Susannah (I007637)
 
70830 viii. Anne CONWAY was born 10 JUN 1729 in Lancaster County, Virginia. She married Robert EDMONDS in Lancaster County, Virginia. He was born ABT 1729. She married Thomas CHINN 11 JUL 1752 in Lancaster County, Virginia, son of Rawleigh CHINN and Esther BALL. He was born 1714 in Lancaster County, Virginia, and died 21 JAN 1768 in Lancaster County, Virginia.
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Abstracts of Lancaster County, Virginia Wills 1653-1800; {Ida J. Lee}
EDMONDS, Robert. Will. 11 Nov. 1750. Rec. 10 May 1750.
Kinsmen: Elias, son of brother Elias Edmonds; John son of brother Wm. Edmonds, decd. William Edmonds, son of brother Elias Edmonds decd., Wife Ann; Robert Edmonds, son of brother Elias Edmonds; Children of deceased brothers and sisters: Wm. Edmonds, Elias Edmonds and Ann Wharton; children of sister, Hanner Payne, sister Elizabeth Pinckard, and Sarah Sharpe.
Extrs. wife, brother in law Geo. Payne and Thos. Sharpe.
Wits. Hannah Edwards, Judith Miller, John Edwards. W.B. 15, p. 33. Division above estate. Rec. 15 June 1753:
Children of Wm. Edmonds: Elias Edmonds, Frans. Bell, Joanna Hubbard, Wm. Edmonds, John Edmonds.
Children of Frances Payne: Susanna Brent; Wm. Payne; Ann Payne; Geo. Payne; Frans. Payne; Catherine Payne; Margaret Payne; John Payne and Richard Payne.
Children of Anna Wharton: Thos. Wharton; Jos. Wharton; Wm. Wharton; Lindsay Wharton; and Alice Wharton.
Children of Elizabeth Pinckard: Robert, James, Charles and Richard Pinckard. Children of Sarah Sharpe: Elias Edmonds Sharpe, Tomazin, Betty, Sarah and Ann Sharpe.
Children of Elias Edmonds: William, Elias and Robert Edmonds. W.B. 15, p. 132.
6 June 1763. Rec. 17 June 1763. John Starkey of Carteret County, N. C. and Alice his wife, daughter of Joseph Wharton, late of Craven Co., decd. appoints brother William Wharton attorney to recover from our uncle and guardian Mr. George Payne, of Lancaster county, Va., our part of the estate of Mr. Robert Edmonds of same place, our late uncle, decd. Wits. James Williams, Jno. Starkey. W.B. 17, p. 8.
Division of estate Robt. Edmonds. 17 June 1763. Rec. 14 Aug. 1763. Estate of W. Wharton and his sister Alice that his uncle Mr. Robert Edmonds did give them in the hands of Mrs. Frances Payne. W.B. 17, p. 19.
Rec. 20 Jany. 1764. Division Robt. Edmonds estate.
Estate in hands of Mrs. Frances Payne, widow, belonging to Lindsay, Joseph and Revel Wharton, orphans of Joseph Wharton, decd. from estate of Mr. Robt. Edmonds. W.B. 17, p. 30. 
Conway, Anne (I032840)
 
70831 viii. Benjamin WINN was born 1700 in Prince William Co,Va, and died 1779 in Caroline Co,Va. He married Anne TAVERNER, daughter of John TAVERNER and Rebecca TRAVERS. She was born 1700 in Prince William Co,Va. Winn, Benjamin (I036273)
 
70832 viii. Col. John Field, born in Culpeper County, Virginia; died 10 October 1774 in the Battle of Point Pleasant, Virginia (now West Virginia).

Title Field, John.
Publication 1775
Gen. note Part of index to Culpeper County Wills and Administrations (1749 - 1800)
Note p. 145-148. Will pro. 15 May 1775.
Note Will Book B, 1770-1783 (Reel 31
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note: COLONIAL FAMILIES OF THE SOUTHERN STATES OF AMERICA p475, indicates it was Susannah that married Lawrence Slaughter, but this will clearly shows it was Elizabeth.

Culpeper Co. Will Book B & C: {Dorothy Ford Wulfeck}; Pg 14
Will of John Field of St. Mark's Parish, Culpeper Co.
Dated 21 Aug., 1774. Proven 15 May, 1775.
Legatees: Wife Anna. Son Larkin Field (a minor) "land I purchased of my bro. Daniel and my nephew Abram Field as well as Maddox' Tract."
(?Haddocks in will later).
Dau. Elisabeth Slaughter and her husband Laurance Slaughter, among other possessions he gave them land in the mountains known as "Joy Bottom" or "Stanton's Encampment."
Dau. Mary Slaughter and son-in-law George Slaughter.
Dau. Anna Field.
Grson. John Field Slaughter.
Grson. Robert Slaughter.
Grdau. Milly Slaughter.
Son Ezekiel Field "is unhappily missing."
Executors: Wife Anna Field, Lawrence Slaughter, John Field.
Wit.: William Bali, Joseph Minor, John Gray, William Field.
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1770-1791 Culpeper County, Virginia Wills: {Sparacio}
Will of Abraham Field of St. Mark's Parish, Culpeper Co. Dated 2 July 1774. Proven 18 Sept., 1775.
Legatees: Wife Elianah Field. Sons: John Field, Daniel Field, Henry Field, William Field, Abraham Field, Reuben Field, Abner Field (a minor). Daus.: Judith Yancey, decld., former wife of Capt. Richard Yancey, Elizabeth Alford, Ellenor Greenwood, Jenny Field. Grsons.: John Greenwood, Abraham Field.
Wit.: Robert Green, John Hume, Mary Green, Armistead Green, Robert Wright. 
Field, John (I026302)
 
70833 viii. George LEE was born Abt 1737 in of,Charles,Co,md, and died 1808 in will probate,Washington,DC.
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Lee, Philip, gent., Prince George's County, 20th March, 1743-4; 1st May, 1744.
To son Richard, at death of his mother-in-law, land which test. bought from Thomas Smith and Daniel Dulaney, he to make over to son Arthur, 500 A. Rock Cr. land left him by his mother Sarah, dec'd.
To son Hancock 1/2 land taken up at Rock Cr. and plantations bought from Joseph and James Brook.
To son Corbin, residue of land taken up at Rock Cr. and 200 A. "Rehoboth" given test. by his father Col. Richard of Va.
To sons John and George, 600 A. "Rehoboth".
To son Francis, 200 A. "Rehoboth,"
To grandson Philip, 200 A. "Rehoboth".
To wife Elizabeth, provided she remain a Protestant, ""Bart's Hope" and "The Addition" which test. bought from Major or Capt. Samuel Perry.
To son George, "Lee's Purchase" on Potomac R. which test. bought from John Ashman.
To sons Richard and Thomas, "Paradise" in Gloucester Go., left test. by his father.
To daus. Eleanor and Anne Russell, 5.
To grandchild ----- and Philip, child. of test. son Philip, dec'd. and his wife Grace, grandchild, ---, --- child. of test. oldest son Richard and his wife Grace, and any other grandchild. born or to be born, personalty.
To dau. -------, Patts, wife of William Patts, personalty. [probably Potts]
To wife Elizabeth, and child. Richard, Arthur, Hancock, Corbin, John, George, Francis, Thomas, Letitia, Elizabeth, Alice, Hannah, Margaret and grandson Philip, residue of estate including Bake House and Grist Mill.
Exs.: Wife Elizabeth, son Thomas.
Test: Joseph Gwinn, Benj. Gwinn, Philip Jenkins, Charles Jones, John Douglas. 23.480,
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Mr. Hancock Lee 74.155 PG 314.18.6 Dec 28 1759 Mar 24 1761
Appraisers: Thomas Waring, Samuel Brindell.
Creditors: John Dorsett, Thomas Dorsett, Jr.
Next of kin: John Lee, Jr., Letice Wardrop.
Executors: Mr. Charles Graham, Mr. George Lee.
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HANSON, ELIZABETH, Charles Co. 19 Mar, 1764; 15 Jun, 1764
To dau, Jane Hanson, furniture.
To dau. Elizabeth Douglass, tablespoons, etc.
To son Samuel Hanson, remaining part of estate.
Son Samuel Hanson, ex.
Wit: Geo. Lee, Leond, Marbury, Junr. 32, 162
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Charles County Maryland Will Book AF-11, 1791-1801,{Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 42.
James Gates Will and Codicil,
I, James Gates of CC, being sick and weak but of sound and disposing mind and memory;
To my daughter Chloe my bay horse, and saddle and bridle that was her mothers.
I give the residue of my estate to my children; James, Leonard, Anne Athey, Elizabeth Nalley, Henney Ash, Chloe Gates and Mary Gates.
Executors: George Lee
Signed July 30, 1791 James (his mark) Gates
Wit - Joseph Marbury, Theodosia Wade
Codici:
Signed August 31, 1791 James (his mark) Gates
Wit - Joseph Marbury, Benedict Sanders
Whereas my daughter Elizabeth Nalley and her husband both died since the making of my last will and have left three orphan children without any friends to take care of them and whereas my two daughters Chloe and Mary Gates will by the terms of my will afsd be left destitute of provisions and other necessaries to support them in housekeeping and taking care of the said children, descendants of Shaderick and Elizabeth Nalley. I direct the executor to furnish out of my present stock of provisions, household and kitchen furniture so much and such part as may think necessary until Christmas next and thense forward out of my hogs, indian corn etc, for one full year.
October 7, 1791; Witnesses Joseph Marbury, and Theodosia Wade made oath that they saw the testator sign and seal this will; and Joseph Marbury and Benedict Sanders made oath that they say testator sign and seal the Codicil.
Probated on November 21, 1791 by George Lee
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Charles County Maryland Will Book AF-11, 1791-1801, {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 235.
Samuel Hanson Sr., January 24, 1793; November 25, 1794
I, Samuel Hanson of CC being in perfect health and of sound and disposing mind and memory
To daughter Chloe Lee and her husband George Lee each six pounds sterling to be paid two years after my death and request the favor of them to take the care of my poor old sister during her life and paid from my estate at the rate of twenty pounds per annum.
I desire that my daughter Sarah Beanes, her own picture, Nancy Baker her mothers, Nancy Addison her mothers, Sammy and Tommy their own pictures and that Nelly shall have her grandmother's mother's, Chloe Lee's her own and poor Annas pictures, and after her death to belong to Anna Hanson Chapman.
To daughter Sarah Beanes in case she becomes a widow, one hundred pounds sterling in five equal annual payments, the first to commence one year after her widowhood. I further give her during her present marriage, three pounds sterling annually to begin one year after my death.
To son Samuel, all my wearing apparel and a rind I now wear with his mother's name in it. Also my shoe and knee buckles.
To sons Samuel and Thomas, fifteen pounds sterling, one third to be paid twenty months after my death and the residue at two equal annual payments.
To children of sons Samuel and Thomas, twenty pounds sterling at age.
To grandson John Addison Twenty pounds sterling at age
To granddaughter Ann Addison Fifty pounds sterling at age and three pounds sterling annually until she arrives to the age of seventeen years.
It is my will and desire that my two old truly and faithful slaves, Cate and Poll should enjoy full and absolute freedom immediately after my death.
It is also my will and desire and I do hereby direct that all the issues and descendants of every female negro that I know have or had on the first day of January one thousand seven hundred and ninety one or that I may hereafter acquire or by any means have a right to from the date of this will, to the time of my death that all such issues and descendants as afs, shall enjoy full and perfect liberty and absolute freedom so soon as such descendants as afs shall respectively arrive to the age of twenty eight years and as it would be hard and burthensome on the persons who may have a right to their mothers to provide for their children and as I think it would be a great advantage to the said children under the directions of this will I do hereby order and direct that all such issues and descendants to the last generation of them shall serve the person or persons who may have a right to their mothers at the time of the children's birth or then their executors admn or assigns until they respectively arrive to the age of twenty eight years under the following restriction and conditions to wit; That none of the aforesaid children whose birth must be recorded by the clerk of the county in which they are born not exceeding thirty days thereafter shall be sold hired or by any other means disposed of out of the state of Maryland at any time during their time of service and that the masters or owners of the said children shall give to each of them three hundred days schooling. I mean that they actually go to school so many days. The females between the age of Eighteen and twenty one years and on failure of either of these particulars by the person or persons who may have a right of the said children's service such right shall be thereby forfeited and such children from thence forth shall receive full and ample freedom and for those children who shall serve their time out their last masters or owners shall supply them with such freedom dues as are mentioned in an act of assembly of this state phrased{?} in 1715 chapter 44 section9.
To each of my sons wives, Mrs Rebecca and Maria Hanson, forty shillings sterling to be paid two years after my death.
To children of deceased daughter Mildred Baker, forty shillings sterling to be paid as they arrive at age.
To the poor and needy, 10 pounds distributed by daughter Chloe Lee
To daughter Eleanor Chapman, my watch and the ring left me by my dear daughter Anna Lingan during her life and afterwards I give and bequeath the same watch and ring to my little granddaughter Anna Hanson Chapman.
To granddaughter Chloe Ann Lingan at the rate of five pounds sterling per annum until she is 16 years.
To daughter Eleanor Chapman, thirty pounds sterling per annum for and during the term of eight years.
To granddaughter Chloe Ann Lingan, the sum four hundred pounds sterling to be paid to her at the age of 17yrs.
To granddaughter Ann Hanson Chapman, together with the other children my daughter Eleanor chapman shall or may have by her present marriage, all the remaining part of both my landed and personal estate.
I direct that the whole of my landed property except my graveyard in the garden should be extended fifty feet square for the interment of myself all my descendants and their husbands and wives; should be sold at pot luck vendue on at least three weeks' notice in the Annapolis, George Town and Alexandrian papers at three annual payments on interest by my Executors. I desire that bonds may be taken in each of the minors names payable when they reach age. {mm note - the intent of the sale was to put in place funds for the legacies}
Executor: friends George Lee, Henry Hendly Chapman
Signed: January 24, 1793 Sam Hanson
Wit - Chloe Lee, Martha Sheed, Theodosia Wade, Anne Addison, Horatio Clagett
Codicil: February 19, 1794; I have this day lent to and put into the hands of my daughter Chapman a negro Mark, until her daughter Ann Hanson Chapman arrives to the age of sixteen years.
Codicil: February 24, 1793; on the 1st of October 1791, ws born of my negro woman Sall a female child named Anne Liberty and on the fourth day of December 1792 was born of my negro woman Aminta a male child named Samuel Liberty who are to be free by this will at the age of twenty eight years.
Codicil: March 23, 1794; the above negro woman Sall was delivered of a male child which I have named Thomas Liberty who is to be free at the age of twenty eight years.
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Charles County Land Record Book G#3, 1756-1761; Page 488. Oct 10, 1760 from George Lee of Prince Georges County, Merchant, to John Laidler of CC, for 455 sterling, all that tract of land called Lees Purchase, situated in CC, bounded by the mouth of a small creek called Batchelors Cr, the bank of Potomack River, and also one other tract of land, bounded by the afd tract called Lees Purchase and called the Store Plantation, and from thence to the River to the mouth of Pashansa [Pasquahan2a] Cr alias Hampton Cr, thence to the mouth of the Ashing Swamp, both of which sd tracts, Lees Purchase and the Store Plantation, contain about 300 acres. Signed - Geo Lee. Wit - F8. Waring, John Stone Hawkins. This deed was acknowledged in Prince Georges County before Prince Georges JPs Fs Waring and John Stone Hawkins by sd George Lee and Chloe, his wife; Chloe relinquished her right of dower to the lands within mentioned. Certified by J Sim, Clerk of Court, Prince Georges County. Recorded Nov 13, 1760.
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1759-1763; Liber RR {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 138. At the request of Thomas Campbell the following Deed was recorded June 23, 1761
Indenture made May 14, 1761; George Lee, merchant in consideration of 300 pounds sterling money of Great Britain paid by Thomas Campbell, merchant has sold three tracts called "Read's Farm" containing 337 acres; Read's purchase containing 47 acres; and "The Meadow" containing 25 acres, all lying on Patuxent River near the town of Nottingham. To have and to hold and the said George Lee warrants forever against all other persons claiming including Colmore Beanes and Richard Read and Mary Read late of PGCo, deceased. Signed George Lee in the presence of and acknowledged before Francis Waring, John Stone Hawkins and at the same time Chloe Lee w/o George Lee relinquished her right of dower
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1759-1763; Liber RR {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 242. At the request of George Lee the following Convenant was recorded August 27, 1762
Indenture made November 30, 1759; between Colmore Beanes, gentleman of one part and George Lee gentleman of the other part. Witnessed that it is covenanted granted and agreed upon between the said Colmore Beanes and George Lee parties to these presents that the said Colmore Beanes for himself his heirs executors administrators and assigns.covenant grant and agreed with the said George Lee his heirs executors administrators and assigns in manner and form following that is to say Colmore Beanes shall and will at the next provincial court to be held at Annapolis on the 2nd Tuesday of April next to cause to be suffered a common recovery in due form of law before the Justices of the said provincial court of those three several tracts or parcels of land following, vizt; "Read's Farm" containing 337 acres; "Read's Purchase" containing 40 acres and "The Meadows" containing 25 acres all lying on Patuxent River near the town of Nottingham which recovery to be suffered in the execution thereon to be had and taken in the lands and appurtenances shall be adjudged deed and taken to be in the same and every part and parcel thereof shall be to the only use and behold of him the said George Lee and to no other use intent or purpose whatsoever for and in consideration of the sum of 190 pounds sterling money paid by him the said George Lee the receipt whereof the said Colmore Beanes the hereby confess and acknowledge. Signed Colmore Beanes, George Lee in the presence of and acknowledged before John Stone Hawkins, Charles Grahame (recorded in folio 621)

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Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 209. Certificate. Mr. George Lee brought before me a very small bay mare, taken up as a stray, She has been about his plantation 4 or 5 months. Signed - Sam: Hanson*. Recorded Dec 28, 1762.
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Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 16. Oct 14, 1765 from George Lee of CC, Gentleman, to Samuel Hanson of CC, Gentleman, for 230 and for divers other good causes, part of a tract of land called Greens Inheritance, which sd Lee bought of Angus McKay, containing about 200 acres. Also, part of sd Greens Inheritance which sd Lee bought of Angus McKay, and adjoining the above tract of 200 acres, bounded by the old Womens Branch, the old Womans Run, containing about 67 acres. Signed - Geo. Lee. Wit - Jon Dent*, Thos Contee*. Chloe, the wife of sd Geo. Lee, relinquished her right of dower, Recorded Oct 25, 1765
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Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 345. Mar 5, 1768 from George Lee & Chloe, his wife, of CC, to Samuel Hanson of CC, Gentleman, for 20 and for divers other good causes, part of a tract of land called Greens Inheritance, bounded by the Old Womans Branch upon Leonard Green's line, land of sd Samuel Hanson whereon he now lives, the division line between sd Samuel Hanson and George Lee. Signed - Geo. Lee*, Chloe Lee. Wit - Dan of St. Thomas Jenifer*, Dan Jenifer. Sd Chloe relinquished her right of dower. Recorded Mar 7, 1768
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Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 361. Lease. Mar 5, 1767 from Samuel Hanson of CC, Gentleman, to George Lee & Chloe, his wife, & daughter of the sd Samuel Hanson of CC, for the love he has for sd George and Chloe Lee, the lease of about 21 acres, being part of a tract of land called Greens Inheritance, being part of the tract whereon the sd Hanson now lives, bounded by the road that leads from sd Hanson's to Zachazah [Swamp?] or the Chappel of Ease, a branch that leads to sd Hanson's old mill, the afd old mill tail [trail?], the old mill Dam, sd George and Chloe Lee's land formerly leased them by sd Hanson. This lease is for the term of the natural lives of sd George & Chloe Lee, they paying yearly the quit rents due on the land. Signed - Sam: Hanson. Wit - Dan of St. Thos Jenifer*, Dan Jenifer, Ann, the wife of the sd Samuel Hanson, relinquished her right of dower. Recorded Mar 10, 1768
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Deed Mar 9 1756 from William Boswell of Charles County, Maryland.
planter, to Mathew Boswell of same, planter, his brother. Price 1000 lbs
of tobacco, half a tract of land called, "Mary's Delight" in Charles
County near the head of Portobacco Branch adjoining a tract called,
"Boswell Desert" . begin N. side of a branch of Portobacco then NE, SE,
then SW, then SE, then SW, then SW, then to start, 74 acres including
buildings, gardens, and orchards. Recorded April 3 1756. Deed Dec 21
1766 from Matthew Bosell and William Bosell of Pr. Georges Co. Md.
planters, to John Hanson and Alexander Hanson of same planters, for the
price of 27 pounds and 20,000 pounds of tobacco, all the two tracts, one
called, "Boswels Desert" near a small branch that falls into Portobacco
Main Branch and near land of Alexander Hamilton, 100 acres, in Charles
County Md. and also one called, "Mary's Delight", near the head of
Port tobacco Branch adjoining the afsd Boswels Desert, 74 acres in Charles
County. Signatures William Boswell ( M ) & Matthew Boswell Junr ( S ),
witnesses Sam. Hanson and Geo. Lee. Acknowledged Dec 21 1766; Eleanor and
Catherine the wives of sd. Matthew Bosell and William Bosell released
their dower rights. Recorded Jun 9 1767.
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Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 4n, Jun 14, 1768 from Bennet Green of CC, planter, to Samuel Hanson of CC, merchant, for 50 and for divers other good causes, part of a tract of land in CC called Greens Inheritance, adjoining a tract of land now in the possession of George Lee being part of sd Greens Inheritance, bounded by Cool Spring Branch, the old Womans Branch, containing about 66 acres. Signed - Bennet Green. wit - Dan of St. Thos Jenifer*, Geo: Lee*. Ann, the wife of sd Bennet Green, relinquished her right of dower. Recorded Jun 16, 1768.
===
Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 425. Bill of Sale. I, George Dixon, being justly indebted to Samuel Hanson in the sum of 12,658 lbs of crop tobacco and wanting to repay him, I give him 1 Negro woman named How and her child named Nan, about 1 year old, 1 Negro girl named Ruth, about 9 years old, and a horse named Frim, sorrel horse, a mare called Jewell, 4 cows and calves, a young heifer of the proper mark of sd Dixon. Sd Hanson intends to let the articles afd remain for some time in the possession of sd George Dixon, but Dixon will deliver the same to Hanson when requested, under penalty of 25,000 lbs of tobacco, barring accidents of death and other casualties. This bill of sale represents security for the payment of sd Dixon's bond, entered into this day, for 12,658 lbs of crop tobacco. The consideration does not relate to Dixon's-bond, in which William Oart is security to sd Hanson. Signed Jun l, 1768 - George Dixon. Wit - George Lee*, Chloe Lee.
Recorded Jun 16, 1768, {See Liber V #3 page 373}
===
Charles County Land Records 1786-1790; Liber D#4; Page 117. Bill of sale, recorded at the request of George Lee, Esq. I, Joseph Thompson of CC, planter, for 56 19 shillings and 9 pence 3 farthings, which I hereby acknowledge to be justly due to Messrs Christopher Robinson, Robert Sanderson, & John Rumney, or their certain atty, with interest from next Dec 25, now in order to secure as far forth as in my power the afd debt and interest to sd Robinson, Sanderson, and Rumney, as well as for the cost of recording this deed of sale, I hereby convey and deliver to the sd Christopher Robertson, Robert Sanderson, and John Rumney their certain atty, 5 cows and 2 calves, 2 heifers, 2 yearling heifers, 2 sows and 9 shoats, 2 horses branded IE, 3 feather beds and furniture, together with all the household furniture I am now possessed of or may hereafter acquire. Signed Sep 7, 1787 - Joseph Thompson_ Wit - Dan Jenifer*, Dan Jenifer Jr. Recorded Sep 7, 1787.
===
Contributed by Shirley Middleton Moller
Charles County Land Records N #4.28

At the request of Henry H Chapman the following Deed of Gift was recorded this 21st day of February Anno Domini 1793
Charles County Sst To all People to whom these Presents shall com I George Lee of Charles County do send greeting Know ye that I the said George Lee for and in consideration of the Love & Affection wch I have & do bear towards Miss Elenor Anne Chapman daughter of my worthy friend Henry Henley Chapman Esqr & Elenor his wife have given & granted & by these presents do freely give & grant unto the said Elenor Ann Chapman her heirs Executors Administrators & Assigns a Negro Child called Jenny daughter of Rachel To Have & to hold the said negroe together with her Increase to be considered as her property
her heirs & assigns without any further condition whatever And I do hereby warrant & defend the said negroe unto the said Elenor Anne Chapman her heirs & assigns against all Persons claiming by from or under me my Heirs Executors or Administrators In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & seal this nineteenth day of February Anno Domini one thousand seven hundred & ninety three
Signed Sealed & delivered in presence of Geo Lee seal
Henry H Chapman Horatio Clagett

At the foot of the aforegoing Deed of Gift was thus written to wit
Charles County February 19th 1793
Then Came before me the Subscriber one of the Justices of The peace for said County George Lee & Acknowledged the above Deed of Gift to be his Act
& Deed & the negroe therein mentioned to be the right title & estate of the above named Elenor Anne Chapman her heirs & Assigns according to the true intent and meaning thereof & according to the Act of Assembly in such case made & provided

Henry H Chapman
===
Contributed by Shirley Middleton Moller;
Charles County Land Records: N #4.83

8 Mar 1793 Indenture:
From: Samuel Hanson
To: George Hargraves
For the sum of Twenty Pounds current money;
all that tract or parcel of land lying and being in Charles County called Friends Greif;
containing for acres. /s/ Sam Hanson; Wit: Geo Lee, Wm H McPherson
Recorded 11 May 1793
===
1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 299-79: LEES PURCHASE: 640 acres; Possession of - 640 Acres - Lynes, Philip: : Re-Surveyed 8 Mar 1682 for Phil Lynes near lower Cedar Point on the East side of Potomac River: Conveyance notes - 250 Acres Philip Lynes from William Lee, 15 May 1677., 375 Acres Philip Lynes from William Lee, 15 May 1677., (this land overcharged 0:12:0),
===
Provincial Court Land Records, 1770-1774
Volume 726, Page 301

This Indenture made the ninth Day of March in the Year of our Lord one thousand seven
hundred and seventy two Between John Lee of Essex County in the Colony of Virginia and
Susanna his Wife and George Lee of Charles County in the Province of Maryland and Chloe his Wife
of the one Part and Lettice Thompson of Prince George County in the Province aforesaid of the other Part
Witnesseth that for and in Consideration of the Sum of fifty Pounds to the said John lee and the Sum
of one hundred Pounds Inspection Currency of the Province aforesaid to the said George Lee to them and
each of hem respectively paid by the said Lettice Thomson at or before the Ensealing and Delivery
of these Presents the Receipt whereof they do hereby acknowledge and thereof and of every part and Parcel
thereof do exonerate, acquit, and discharge the said Lettice Thompson her Heirs Executors and Administrators
and every of them by these Presents have granted, bargained, sold, aliened, enfeoffed,
and confirmed, and by these Presents do grant, bargain, sell, alien, enfeoff, and confirm unto the said
Lettice Thomson Six hundred Acres of Land with the Appurtenances, scituate, lying and being in
Dorchester County in the Province aforesaid devised to the said John Lee and George Lee by the Will
of their Father Philip Lee Esq.r deceased out of a larger Tract of Land commonly called and
by the Name of Rehoboth on the North West Fork of Nanticoke as by the said Will recorded in the
Commissary's Office may now fully appear and which Land the said John and George Lee by a
former Deed bearing Date the Day of conveyed to the said Lettice Thomson
but which was omitted to be registered according to the Directions of the Law in such Cases provided
And the Reversion and Reversions remainder and Remainders of all and singular the said six
hundred Acres of Land and Premisses hereby granted, and every Part and Parcel thereof And also
all the Estate, Right, Title, Interest, Property, Claim and Demand whatsoever both in Law and Equity
of them the said John Lee and Susanna his Wife, and George Lee and Chloe his Wife or either of them
of in, to, or out of the said Land Premisses and every part and Parcel thereof To have and to hold
the said Six hundred Acres of Land and all other the Premisses hereby granted, bargained or sold
or mentioned or intended so to be with their and every of their Appurtenances unto the said Lettice
Thomson her Heirs and Assigns ^To the only proper Use and Behoof of her the said Lettice Thomson her Heirs and Assigns^ forever And the said John Lee and George Lee do for themselves and
their Heirs hereby grant that they and their Heirs the Land and Premises afores.d and all and singular
other the Premisses hereby granted or mentioned to be granted and every Part and Parcel thereof with all
and singular their and every of their Rights Members and Appurtenances unto the said Lettice Thomson
her Heirs and Assigns against the said John Lee and George Lee and their Heirs and all other
Person and Persons whatsoever claiming by from or under them shall and will warrant and forever
defend by these Presents In Witness whereof the said John Lee and Susanna his Wife and
George Lee and Chloe his Wife have hereunto set their Hands and affixed their Seals the Day and
Year first above written
Sealed and delivered in J Hepburn John Lee (L S)
the Presence of us Alex.r Symmer Geo Lee (L S)

(On the Back of the aforegoing Deed was thus indorsed Viz)

Received on the Day of the Date of the within written Indenture the Sum of fifty Pounds Inspection
Currency of Maryland it being in full for the Consideration Money for the Land and
Premises within mentioned to be paid to me by the within named Lettice Thomson Witness my
Hand John Lee
Witness J Hepburn

Received on the Day of the Date of the within written Indenture of and from the within
named Lettice Thomson the Sum of one hundred Pounds Inspection Currency of Maryland
it being it full for the Consideration Money for the Lands and Premises within mentioned
to be paid to me Witness my Hand
Witness J Hepburn Geo Lee

Prince Georges County March 9.th 1772 Then came John Lee and George Lee Parties of the
within Deed and acknowledged the same to be their Act and Deed and the Land and
Premisses therein mentioned to be the right Title and Estate of the within mentioned Lettice
Thomson Her Heirs and Assigns forever Taken and acknowledged before me one of his
Lordships Justices of the provincial Court
J Hepburn
Recorded the 26.th Day of March 1772 
Lee, George (I013170)
 
70834 Vincent Atchinson 6.148 A KE #19131 #14986 Jun 28 1679
Received from estate of Mr. Edward Sweateman.
Creditor: John Baker of St. Mary's County.
Payments to; Mrs. Eaton, Mr. John Moll, Richard Mason, John Baker. Mentions: widow (unnamed).
Administrator: Samuel Tovy (gentleman).
===
Robert Dunn 6.215 I {1679}
List of debts: Jacob Jonsey, Robert Ellis, Robert Parkes, John Earekson, Thomas Evans, Francis Barnes, John Dobbs, Alexander Waters, Mr. Boston, Col. Henry Coursey for Bennett Staires & William Coursey, Thomas Cleverly, Thomas Warner, John Jackson, Bennett Staires, Edward Roe, Thomas Bruffe, John Wells, Steven Whetstone, William Ladds, Edward Hall, James Brockhurst, Michael Miller, Anthony Workman, Richard Moore, Thomas Cooper, Jeremiah Eaton, Andrew Skinner, John Wright for Mary Wright's imprisonment, John Scott, Vincent Atchinson, Christopher Barnes, Robert Turner. 
Atchison, Vincent (I090773)
 
70835 VINCENT, SARAH, Charles Co. 10 Jan, 1766
17 Dec, 1767
To grandson William Vincent, Negro boy Raphael, reserving use of Negro to his father John Vincent during life of John,
To granddau. Sarah Vincent, Negro girl Frank,
To granddau. Ellanor Joy, 2 Negroes, Nell and Litty.
Dau. Sarah Ford.
Son William Vincent.
That my son-In-law William Joy take and keep my said son William until he is of age to choose a guardian,
Ex,: son John,
==
William Joy 108.51 CH 426.5.9 Sep 5 1770 Apr 22 1771
Appraisers: Edward Smoot, ------ Harris.
Mentions: Elisabeth Joy, Sr., Joseph Joy.
Next of kin: Anne Dent, Joseph Aderton.
Administratrix: Anne Joy.
===
William Joy 6.102 D CH 484.12.0 Aug 20 1771
Sureties: Joseph Joy, Huse Martin.
Distribution to (equally): widow (unnamed), 2 children (unnamed).
Administratrix; Anna Joy.
===
JOY, ELIZABETH, Charles Co,, widow. 24 Nov. 1770
14 Nov. 1774
To 4 children, Anne Ford, Joseph, Ex., Elizabeth and Mary Joy, my third part of my husbands personal estate equally,
To son William Joy, deceased, his wife Anne having gotten his share.
Wit: Edward Warren; John MacPherson, 40.685 
Vincent, Anne (I012685)
 
70836 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I109549)
 
70837 Virginia and New York Genealogy
Contributed by: James Hughes
Richmond county
===
also noted
Marriage: 5 Jan 1721/22 Place: Westmoreland County, Virginia 
Family F03584
 
70838 Virginia Biographical Encyclopedia
Combined Matches: 3
Encyclopedia of Virginia Biography, Volume V

The name Rust has figured in Virginia history since about the year 1650, William Rust, the founder of the family in this state, settling at about that date in what is now known as Northumberland county. He was a renowned hunter and Indian fighter. John Warwick Rust, of Fairfax Court House, Virginia, a twentieth century representative of the family, is a lineal descendant of William Rust, the pioneer settler, and through maternal lines traces to other prominent families of the South, including the Marshalls, Ashbys, and McKays.

All of the southern Rusts are descended from the pioneer, William Rust, who is thought to have come from Northumberland to Westmoreland county, but some authorities stating direct from England. The coat-of-arms of the Rust family is given in Burke's Armory as follows: Ar. a saltire az. betw. two Roman fasces in pale ppr. and as many crosses pattee fitchee in fesse gu. Crest: A demi-lion gu. holding in the dexter paw an ivory rod and charged on the shoulder with three crosses pattee fitchee chevronwise or. Motto: Veritatis et aequitatis tenax.

The earliest records of the Rust family in England are in Norfolk county, of Hugh Rust, in 1312, of Thomas and Robert Rust, in 1379, and of Peter Rust, in 1655. The will of William Rust is recorded in Westmoreland county, Virginia, and is dated March 18, 1696, and probated July 28, 1697; his wife is named as Margaret and the document is witnessed by George Rust. The children named in the will are William, Ann, Margaret, and probably George and Samuel Rust. Another will of William Rust, probably son of the above William, is dated 1699, and evidence points toward his having a son named John.

Type: Book
Author: Ellsworth Marshall Rust
Periodical: Rust of Virginia
Publication: Waverly Press, Inc., Baltimore County, Maryland, USA, 1940
Text: p. 1
===
James Hughes 2006-01-21 17:45:20
Rust, Wm. Present paymt of 960 lb tobo conf to by Miles Gorham. 20th Nov. 1668. 3.49

Source:
Fleet, Beverley,
Northumbria collectanea, 1645-1720
Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. County, 1961, 254 pgs
===
WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA ORDER BOOK 1676-1679; John Frederick Dorman; Page 85 [25 July 1677]
Mr. Anthony Bridges did attach the estate of Nich: Jones in the hands of Wm. Rust for 499 pounds of tobacco with charges and Rust did owne that he had thef ull vallew of the some in his hands.: The Court doth order that Rust pay the debt to Bridges..
===
WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA ORDER BOOK 1676-1679; John Frederick Dorman; Page 85 [25 July 1677]
Nat: Garland did attach the estate of Nich Jones in the hands of Wm. Rust for 690 pounds of tobacco and Rust did owne that,he had the full vallew of the some in his hands. The Court doth order that Rust pay the debt to Garland.
===
1694-1697 Richmond Co VA Orders; Antient Press: (Page 3)
Richmond County Court 2nd of August 1694
- WILLIAM RUST of the County of WESTMORELAND brought his action in this Court against THOMAS PARKER and declares that a Horse the right and property of the CompIt. about two years old black in colour and branded with his own proper brand on the near Shoulder being a Cross, about six years since with other Horses out of the said County of WESTMORELAND went a way into the County of Richmond and sometime after his going away did sell the woods about TOTUSKEY in the said County and that the sd THOMAS PARKER unlawfully hath taken into his custody the said Horse and the same unlawfully doth detaine and keep and to his own use convert to the CompIts, damage One thousand five hundred pounds of tobacco for which he craves Judgment with costs the Defendt. pleades Not Guilty, and for tryal puts him self together with the CompIt. upon the Country, Whereupon it is ordered that the Sheriff summon twelve good and lawfull men of the County to try the matter in issue, who being impannelled and sworne by name EDWARD JEFFERYS, JOHN RANKIN, JAMES ORCHARD, JOHN TRAPLEY, JOSEPH DIKE, DENNIS CAMERON, RICHARD HARMAN, PETER FOXEN, WILLIAM CAMBELL JOHN SYMONS, THOMAS HEWES and NICHOLAS SMITH, brought in this following verdict (We of the Jury find no cause of action), which verdict this Court have confirmed and Order the suit to be dismist, the Plantiff pay all costs als. ex.
- Mr. JOSUA (blank) appeared Attorney for the said WILLIAM RUST

===
WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA ORDER BOOK, 1705-1707 {Antient Press}: pg 12
Westmoreland County Court 28th of February 1705/06
- EARLE v RUST Ordered that unless SAMUELL RUST and GEORGE RUST, Executors of WILLIAM RUST, deceased, together with JOHN BENNETT and MATILDA his Wife, late the Widdo of WILLIAM RUST, do appeare at the next Court to answer the Petition of SAMUELL EARLE, Judgment to pass against them for what shall appeare due to him from them of the deced.'s Estate come to their or any of their hands as is sett forth by his Petition
===
WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA ORDER BOOK, 1705-1707 {Antient Press}: pg 25
Westmoreland County Court 27th of June 1706
- A Proclamation for the better Secureing ofthe Shipps, &c., published
- EARLE v RUST. &c.
SAMUELL EARLE by his Petition to this Court setting forth that SAMUELL EARLE, his Father, died possessed of a considerable personall Estate &c. and that MATTILDAY his Widdow had possessed herself of the same by administering thereon and before Inventory thereof returned intermarried with one WILLIAM RUST by which he possessed himself of your Petitioner's Father's Estate, which WILLIAM RUST is also dead and before his death constituted his Sons, SAMUELL and GEORGE RUST, his Executors, who together with MATTILDAY have possessed themselves of his deced. Father's Estate and refuse to deliver to him his fillial part thereofwhich to him belongs and therefore prayed the Executors of WILLIAM RUST togethr with his said Widdow, who is also since intermarried with JOHN BENNETT, together with JOHN BENNETT might bee cited to show cause whey they should not pay and deliver to him that part of his Father's Eatate which to him ofright did belong, And after severall orders for their appeareance for settling accounts betwixt the Estates and nothing done therein it is now ordered that THOMAS BONHAM, THOMAS GARLAND and JOHN GARNER or any two of them doe sometime before the next Court meet the persons or so many of them as may bee at such place as shall bee most proper to appoint for the same and view and considder what amounts are between them or any ofthem and according to the best of their knowledge with what light they can find in the matter, state auditt and settle the same and return to the next Court an account and report oftheir proceedings therein
===
WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA ORDER BOOK, 1705-1707 {Antient Press}: pg 56
Westmoreland County Court 28th of August 1706
- EARLE v RUST, &c.
SAMUELL EARLE by his Petition to the Worshipfull Court for this County setting forth that SAMUELL EARLE, his Father, died possessed of a considerable personall Estate &c., And that MATTILDA, his Widdow, possessed herself ofthe same by administering thereon, and before any Inventory thereof returned, intermarried with WILLIAM RUST by whhich meanes hee the sd RUST became possessed thereof, that the sd RUST then also being dead, his Sons & Executors, SAMUELL and GEORGE RUST, together with MATTILDA as his Widdow, were possessed ofthe same and refused to deliver him his fillial part thereof. Therefore prayed a citation &c. upon which it was ordered severall persons to audit state and settle all accounts and matters in difference betwixt the Estates of EARLE and RUST aforesd and make report to this Court And now at this Court upon return ofthe audit aforesd it appeareing that the Estate of SAMUELL EARLE, the Father, by appraisment was valued at eight thousand four hundred ninety three pounds of tobacco and that the sd RUST had by lawfull and just payments disbursed on account of the sd EARLE's Estate the surne of five thousand three hundred seventy three pounds oftobacco which with five hundred thirty seven pounds of tobacco the sallary thereof at ten percent amounting to five thousand three hundred tenn pounds oftobacco being deducted out ofthe same of the appraisment there rests in the hands ofthe Executors ofthe sd RUST two thousand five hundred eighty three pounds oftobacco which it is ordered the sd SAMUELL RUST and GEORGE RUST in their qualification aforesd or one of them doe pay to SAMUELL EARLE or order with costs &c. als execution; And whereas it appeares there is still further due from the Estate ofthe sd. SAMUELL EARLE, deceased, to one WILLIAM SANDERS the sume oftwelve hundred pounds oftobacco, the same being deducted out of the above ballance there rests one thousand three hundred eighty three pounds oftoacco out ofwhich it is ordered the sd SAMUELL EARLE doe pay the sum oftwo hundred seventy six and three fifths of a pound of tobacco being the fifth part ofthe sd surne of one thousand three hundred eighty three pounds of tobacco 
Rust, William (I007371)
 
70839 Virginia Biography, Volume IV

daughter of Thomson and Anne Stuart (Menefee) Ashby

Mary Ellen, youngest daughter of Thomson and Anne Stuart (Menefee) Ashby, married Charles Bayne, and they had five children: Nannie Thomson, born in 1849, died in 1896, wife of Dr. David Branch; Howard Randolph Bayne, mentioned further; Estelle St. Pierre, wife of Fletcher Platt Jones, born 1853, died 1902; Frances Scott, born 1856 died 1893, and Hunter Ashby, born 1860, died 1887. Mrs. Charles Bayne was born in Fauquier county, Virginia, June 14, 1826, and died October 2, 1869. 
Ashby, Mary Ellen (I040161)
 
70840 Virginia Co Records vol 7, p171 Taliaferro, Matilda Battaile (I004998)
 
70841 Virginia Colonial Abstracts Vol. IX 1714-1717 by Beverly Fleet, Gene. Pub. Co.
1971, p. 81.Vol. 9 pg 633. Will of William Scott. Dated 26 Nov 1715. Prob 21 Aug 1716.
To wife Margret his plantation during life.
To son William at her death.
To son William 200 acres more "at the end of the Land (next the white oak swamp)xxxx which was given me by my brother James Scott"."I give (if the Child which my wife now goes with be a boy)" balance of land being 300 acres. If a girl "then I give unto my three daughters one hundred acres of Land a piece"
Person Est. to be div. betw. wife and children.
Exors: wife Margaret, James Scott and John Vawter.
Wit: Paul Micou, Thomas Meados, Jno Cannaday.
Signed Wm. Scott. Rec 21 Aug 1716

page 634. Bond 21 Aug 1716 200 Sterl. Margaret Scott as Extrx. of Est. of Wm. Scott, deced.
Wit: Ralph Gough. Signed Margaret Scott, Tho Meades, Jno Vawter.

Note: the deed to the land from James to William is located near the Noels, Pages, Virginia, etc. as follows: Essex Co. Wills and Deeds p 366 4 Mar 1714/15 surveyed for Mr. James Scott in Richmond County, 173 acres of land seituate in the parish of St. Anne in Co. of Essex binding on Little Portobacco Swamp. 2 Dec 1714 signed Ro. Brooke Junr Surveyor.

http://www.vawterfamily.org/Georgine/GJ%20Part%201.pdf. 
Scott, Margaret MNU (I030787)
 
70842 Virginia Colonial Abstracts Vol. IX 1714-1717 by Beverly Fleet, Gene. Pub. Co.
1971, p. 81.Vol. 9 pg 633. Will of William Scott. Dated 26 Nov 1715. Prob 21 Aug 1716.
To wife Margret his plantation during life.
To son William at her death.
To son William 200 acres more "at the end of the Land (next the white oak swamp)xxxx which was given me by my brother James Scott"."I give (if the Child which my wife now goes with be a boy)" balance of land being 300 acres. If a girl "then I give unto my three daughters one hundred acres of Land a piece"
Person Est. to be div. betw. wife and children.
Exors: wife Margaret, James Scott and John Vawter.
Wit: Paul Micou, Thomas Meados, Jno Cannaday.
Signed Wm. Scott. Rec 21 Aug 1716

page 634. Bond 21 Aug 1716 200 Sterl. Margaret Scott as Extrx. of Est. of Wm. Scott, deced.
Wit: Ralph Gough. Signed Margaret Scott, Tho Meades, Jno Vawter.

Note: the deed to the land from James to William is located near the Noels, Pages, Virginia, etc. as follows: Essex Co. Wills and Deeds p 366 4 Mar 1714/15 surveyed for Mr. James Scott in Richmond County, 173 acres of land seituate in the parish of St. Anne in Co. of Essex binding on Little Portobacco Swamp. 2 Dec 1714 signed Ro. Brooke Junr Surveyor.

http://www.vawterfamily.org/Georgine/GJ%20Part%201.pdf.
===
Contributed by: James Hughes

URL:
Note:
page 78. Lease and Release. 26 and 27 Sept. 1712. Matthew Collins, planter, and Mary his wife of Essex County, sell Paul Micou of the same County, "Sirgurgeon", 250 acres formerly belonging to Henry Peter in St Anns Par., upon Rappahannock River "just over against the Land of Silvester Thacker", bounded on the W. side by land the sd. Matthew Collins and Mary his wife sold to William Scott. Signed
Matthew x Collins
Mary x Collins
Wit:
William Scott
Thomas Peatross
Robert Cooke
Rec. 9 Oct. 1712.

page 80. Lease and Release. 26 and 27 Sept. 1712. Paul Micou, chirurgeon, of Essex County, sells Matthew Collins, planter, of the same County, 406 acres, "it being part of a Divident of four thousand two hundred acres of land formerly granted to John Meders and Henry Peter by patent dated 17th of Aprill 1667 it being the same seat or Tract of land formerly sold by the said Mathew Collins to the said Paul Micou as appears by a Deed of Sale bearing date March the tenth one Thousand Seven hundred and seven", in St. Mary's Parish. signed Paul Micou
Wit:
William Scott
Thomas Peatross
===
1701-1704 Essex Co VA Order Book; Antient Press: (Page 123)
TO ALL CHRISTIAN PEOPLE to whome these presents shall come I JAMES SCOTT of Sitenbourn Parish in ye County of RICHMOND send greeting in or: Lord God everlasting One thousand seven hundred & two and in the first yeare of the Reigne of our Majesty Ann, Queen of England &c., Know ye that I the said JAMES SCOTT for the love & affection that I beare unto my Brother, WILLIAM SCOTT, I the said JAMES SCOTT being in perfect memory have granted and by this my present writing do fully and absolutely give unto the said WILLIAM SCOTT all &singular my Plantation Houses orchards fencing with all necessaryes thereunto belonging and so much land with the plantation that will make it five hundred acres adjoyning to the said Plantation, the said Planation & tract of land being in Sitenbourne Parish in ye County of Essex and formerly bought by our Father, JAMES SCOTT, deceased, of ROBERT PAYNE To have and to hold & enjoy all my said Plantation with the land adjoyning to it unto the said WILLIAM SCOTT his heires from henceforth forever without any challenge or demand by any persons whatsoever by or under me my heires or assignes unto ye sd WILLIAM SCOTT his heires with warrent of all ye sd Planation & tract of land in full and peaceable
possession by the gift & delivery of which ye said WILLIAM SCOTT ye day of ye date of these presents being ye 9th day of Septemer ye date & ye yeare above I have given and delivered in the name of possession and seizin of all the premisses
Sealed & delivered & Quiet possession & seisin given & delivered by ye said Parcell of sd pr:misses in the pr:sence of us
BENJA: MOSELEY, JAMES SCOTT
ROBT, MOSELEY
Acknowledged in Essex County Court ye 10th day of November 1702 and truely recorded 
Scott, William (I030798)
 
70843 Virginia Colonial Abstracts Vol. IX 1714-1717 by Beverly Fleet, Gene. Pub. Co.
1971, p. 81.Vol. 9 pg 633. Will of William Scott. Dated 26 Nov 1715. Prob 21 Aug 1716.
To wife Margret his plantation during life.
To son William at her death.
To son William 200 acres more "at the end of the Land (next the white oak swamp)xxxx which was given me by my brother James Scott"."I give (if the Child which my wife now goes with be a boy)" balance of land being 300 acres. If a girl "then I give unto my three daughters one hundred acres of Land a piece"
Person Est. to be div. betw. wife and children.
Exors: wife Margaret, James Scott and John Vawter.
Wit: Paul Micou, Thomas Meados, Jno Cannaday.
Signed Wm. Scott. Rec 21 Aug 1716

page 634. Bond 21 Aug 1716 200 Sterl. Margaret Scott as Extrx. of Est. of Wm. Scott, deced.
Wit: Ralph Gough. Signed Margaret Scott, Tho Meades, Jno Vawter.

Note: the deed to the land from James to William is located near the Noels, Pages, Virginia, etc. as follows: Essex Co. Wills and Deeds p 366 4 Mar 1714/15 surveyed for Mr. James Scott in Richmond County, 173 acres of land seituate in the parish of St. Anne in Co. of Essex binding on Little Portobacco Swamp. 2 Dec 1714 signed Ro. Brooke Junr Surveyor.

http://www.vawterfamily.org/Georgine/GJ%20Part%201.pdf. 
Scott, William (I041508)
 
70844 Virginia Colonial Abstracts Vol. IX 1714-1717 by Beverly Fleet, Gene. Pub. Co.
1971, p. 81.Vol. 9 pg 633. Will of William Scott. Dated 26 Nov 1715. Prob 21 Aug 1716.
To wife Margret his plantation during life.
To son William at her death.
To son William 200 acres more "at the end of the Land (next the white oak swamp)xxxx which was given me by my brother James Scott"."I give (if the Child which my wife now goes with be a boy)" balance of land being 300 acres. If a girl "then I give unto my three daughters one hundred acres of Land a piece"
Person Est. to be div. betw. wife and children.
Exors: wife Margaret, James Scott and John Vawter.
Wit: Paul Micou, Thomas Meados, Jno Cannaday.
Signed Wm. Scott. Rec 21 Aug 1716

page 634. Bond 21 Aug 1716 200 Sterl. Margaret Scott as Extrx. of Est. of Wm. Scott, deced.
Wit: Ralph Gough. Signed Margaret Scott, Tho Meades, Jno Vawter.

Note: the deed to the land from James to William is located near the Noels, Pages, Virginia, etc. as follows: Essex Co. Wills and Deeds p 366 4 Mar 1714/15 surveyed for Mr. James Scott in Richmond County, 173 acres of land seituate in the parish of St. Anne in Co. of Essex binding on Little Portobacco Swamp. 2 Dec 1714 signed Ro. Brooke Junr Surveyor.

http://www.vawterfamily.org/Georgine/GJ%20Part%201.pdf. 
Scott, Margaret (I041509)
 
70845 Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Fleet; Vol 9 Essex Co Wills & Deeds 1714-1717:

p56. Deed of gift 20 Ma 1715/16. Francis Gouldman, Gent of Essex Co gives 500 ac of land to his neice ELIZABETH WARING. "out of the love and affection which I bear unto my Coz'n ELIZABETH WARING dau and only heir of my bro. Thomas gouldman decd.

20 Ma 1715/16 ffrancis Gouldman Gen ack his deed to ELIZABETH WARRING wife to THOMAS WARING gent, and is recorded.
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1699-1702 Essex Co VA Order Book; Antient Press: (Page 14)
Essex County Court 11th of September 1699
- PETER RANSONE & DOROTHY his Wife, Exrx. of THO: GOULDMAN deced, presented ye inventory & appraismt. of ye sd deced Estate upon Oath, except such Estate as was willed by her former Husband, RICHD. AWBREY, in his last Will to be delivered to his Children in Specialty wch: is ordered to be recorded
- Its ordered that the appraisers of ye Estate of THO: GOULDMAN deced some time between this & ye next Court appraise ye Cattle & Horse not yet appraised & returne ye same to ye next Court 
Gouldman, Thomas (I034313)
 
70846 Virginia Colonial Abstracts, vol 1, Northumberland County Records of Births: 1661-1810.
July 29, 1712. Sarah Tignor, aged 35 or thereabouts, testified that she was with Grace Bashford, wife of Simon Bashford, when she delivered a son called John; and further testified that Christopher Dameron is guardian and tutor of said John Bashford.

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1699-1706 Order Book Part 1 - Northumberland Co Va; Hamrick: Pg 77
Northumberland County Court 19 October 1699
Ordered that M'r BARTOLL' DAMERON Administr'r of GEORGE DAMERON pay unto PHILLIP TIGNOR and SARAH his wife late SARAH DENNIS daughter and Sole heire of JOHN DENNIS dec'ed the sum'e of four thousand three hundred fifty seven pounds of Tobacco and Casq' due to her for her proprc'on of her said dec'ed fathers Estate which was in possession of the said GEORGE DAMERON who marryed the said SARAH Mother and Widow of the said JOHN DENNIS [dec'ed] al's Ex'o.
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1713-1749 Northumberland County VA Wills: Lewis & Booker; Page 154
Tignor, Phillip, est. adm. 18 April 1716 by Mary Tignor, the relict. 
Dennis, Sarah (I081064)
 
70847 Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Vol. II

Essex County, Wills & Deeds, 1711-1714

P.245 Will of James ffullerton. Dated 10 Dec. 1713. Probated 13 May 1714. To son James ffullerton all land and plantations, he failing in heirs to be divided equally among his five daughters. Personal estate to be divided equally between wife and children at age or day of marriage. Exors wife 'Coson' James Griffin and Mr. William Johnson. If wife remarry her exorship to be discontinued. Signed James ffullerton. Wit: The mark of William Dyer, The mark of William Comton, Erasmus Allen. Bond. 13 May 1714. 1500. Sterling. Sarah ffullerton and James Griffin as Exors of James ffullerton, deceased. Signed Sarah ffullerton, James Griffing, Jno Picket, JOHN HAILES, William Picket. Wit: Ja Alderson, R Buckner. Rec. 13 May 1714.
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Contributed by: James Hughes

Genealogy of Wilkinson and Kindred Families , Page 482
Note:
William Picket above b. 1700 d. 1766 married Elizabeth Cook, the daughter of Mordecai and his wife Elizabeth Buckner, they were married in Cople Parish, Westmoreland County, she was born in 1712, they removed to Hamilton Parish, Fauquier County, where he died in 1766; made will Sept., 16, 1766, and the same was probated Nov., 24, 1766; names as executors, his sons, Martin and William, his wife Elizabeth, also his other children, John, Reuben, Martin, William, George, Sarah, and Ann. He was born in Westmoreland County, resided for a while in King George and Queen Counties, and at the time of his death, was living in Fauquier County, Virginia
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URL: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/m/e/i/Kuzriel-Meir-PT-PLEASANT/ FILE/0004page.html
URL title: John Pickett (1735 - 1803) Reuben Pickett (1752 - 1823)
Note:
Traditionally historians have relied upon a deed where John brought 400 acres of land on the Pee Dee River in North Carolina, on 13 August 1757. This deed suggested that his birth date was on 14 Jan. 1744. (Deed Book. C-1 1749-1759.; p. 376; FHL film # 018,143). The evidence for the earlier birth date is an Indenture Deed ( a 99 year lease) between Hancock Lee of Hanover Parish and William Pickett of Spotsylvania Co. for 150 Acres in Hanover Parish. It is signed William Pickett and his wife Elizabeth with a notation of John Pickett, son. The document is dated 16 April 1741. (Deed Book #2 , King George County, p. 362-3; FHL film # 032,062).
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL:
URL title: RICHARD ROSSER 1677-1736 OF RICHMOND & KING GEORGE COUNTY, VIRGINIA
Note:
Mr. Martin Picket in trust for heirs of Mr William Pickett for who surveyed 11 Mar 1762 - 8 Apr 1762 243 acres on dr. of Carter's Run Rappahannock Piney Mountain; adjacent Henry Martin, John Rowser, Rossiers, Hite, Thomas, Kemper, Joseph Blackwell on warrant only. Present John Rossier and Wm Pickett, Junr Surv. John Moffett.

4 Apr 1780 Fauquier County, Virginia. I-375 Capt William Pickett of Fauquier County 520 acres in said county survy by Mr John MOFFETT, 243 acres in said county . Martin Pickett to dispose of agreeable to said will. survey Mr John Moffett. adjacent John Rossier, Hitt's Martin's, Thomas's and Kemper's lines 3 Apr 1780.

http://www.rootsweb.com/~vafauqui/roser.htm
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1735-1743 King George County Deed Book 2 (Antient Press); pp. 362-362
Indenture made 16th April 1741 between HANCOCK LEE of King George County Gent. and WILLIAM PICKETT of Spotsylvania County Planter .. for Rents 150 acres in Hanover Parish .. same being part of larger tract belonging to Hancock Lee .. to be laid of to the sd Wm. Picket's liking and to include all ye Houses and Plantations formerly known by ye name of Lee's Ordinary .. to hold .. also Liberty of getting all such Timber as shall be necessary for Building and repairing of Houses of said Plantation of that part of sd Land on that side of Road next to Major GEORGE TURBERVIL'S the same containing 1200 acres and also to get Pine on any part of the whole tract .. during term of Natural lives of William Picket and ELIZABETH his wife & JOHN his son .. paying yearly on 16th April the Sum of Four pounds Currt. Money of Virginia ..
Presence James Hewitt, Hancock Lee
T. Jameson, Richd. McGraw
At a court held 4th July 1741 .. Lease recorded. 
Pickett, William (I004862)
 
70848 Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Vol. II

Essex County, Wills & Deeds, 1711-1714

P.245 Will of James ffullerton. Dated 10 Dec. 1713. Probated 13 May 1714. To son James ffullerton all land and plantations, he failing in heirs to be divided equally among his five daughters. Personal estate to be divided equally between wife and children at age or day of marriage. Exors wife 'Coson' James Griffin and Mr. William Johnson. If wife remarry her exorship to be discontinued. Signed James ffullerton. Wit: The mark of William Dyer, The mark of William Comton, Erasmus Allen. Bond. 13 May 1714. 1500. Sterling. Sarah ffullerton and James Griffin as Exors of James ffullerton, deceased. Signed Sarah ffullerton, James Griffing, Jno Picket, JOHN HAILES, William Picket. Wit: Ja Alderson, R Buckner. Rec. 13 May 1714. 
Fullerton, Mary (I032000)
 
70849 Virginia County Records SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTY 1721-1800
DEED BOOK J 1774-1782
page 442
Jany. 3, 1791. Joseph Rawlings of Spots. Co. to his brother, Benj. Rawlings of same co. 72. 196 a. on Pamunkey River, in Berkeley Par., Spots. County, being an undivided moiety between the sd. Joseph and the sd. Benja. ( who holds the other moiety under the will of his brother Thomas, unto whom it was devised by their father, James Rawlings) and devised the sd. Joseph by the will of his father, James Rawlings, Decd., etc., etc. Witnesses, Michael McDonald, Jas. Holladay, Wm. Tally, George Cason. June 7, 1791 .[p.442] 
Rawlings, Benjamin (I037060)
 
70850 Virginia County Records SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTY 1721-1800
DEED BOOK J 1774-1782
page 442
Jany. 3, 1791. Joseph Rawlings of Spots. Co. to his brother, Benj. Rawlings of same co. 72. 196 a. on Pamunkey River, in Berkeley Par., Spots. County, being an undivided moiety between the sd. Joseph and the sd. Benja. ( who holds the other moiety under the will of his brother Thomas, unto whom it was devised by their father, James Rawlings) and devised the sd. Joseph by the will of his father, James Rawlings, Decd., etc., etc. Witnesses, Michael McDonald, Jas. Holladay, Wm. Tally, George Cason. June 7, 1791 .[p.442] 
Rawlings, Thomas (I037062)
 

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