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

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70801 seems to be a generation missing Meekin, John (I017252)
 
70802 seems to be a generation missing Peyton, Thomas (I085796)
 
70803 seems to be a generation missing Tabb, Frances (I085797)
 
70804 seems to be related to the Francis Leigh & Sarah Leigh families from the naming conventions and the close relationship with Joseph Hall Lee, Robert (I087310)
 
70805 seems to be related to the Lancaster Co. VA Line or the same guy
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Contributed by: James Hughes

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URL title: Abstracts of Wills Vol I 1665-1707 , Page 392
Note:
Page 187.--EDWARD MARSHALL. In the name of God, Amen. I, Edward Marshall, of New York, taylor, being very sick and weak. I give to my son John Marshall 100, now in the hands of Captain John Bowen. Also a lot of ground in the Fields, containing in front 25 feet adjoining to the lot of David Provoost on Smith street, bounded on Smith street 82 1/2 feet, and behind from Smith street 75 feet, by Garrett Van Horner, all wood measure. I leave to my daughter Susannah 100, and bed and furniture to the value of 25. If both children die, the whole is to go to my wife, Anna Maria, who is to have the use of the estate to bring up the children. I make John Crook, Sr., Nathaniel Marston, and Thomas Ives executors.

Dated April 18, 1704. I leave to my four sisters, Susannah, Mary, Elizabeth, and Sarah, a ring of 20 shillings value to each, and the same to my executors.

Witnesses, John Shephard, Roger Jones, John Basford. Proved before Lord Cornbury, and the executors having refused to serve, Letters of administration are granted to wife, Anna Maria, August 26, 1704.
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URL title: Abstracts of Wills Vol I 1665-1707 , Page 304
Note:
Fort William Henry, in New York, on the 15 of March, 1698/9, there appeared Edward Marshall and Samuel Blagg before his Excellency, Richard, Earl of Bellomont, Captain-General and Governor, etc., and made oath that they were present and did see the Testator seal, publish, and declare the within testament as his last will. And Susanah De Pue also appeared and took the oath as executor. Matthew Clarkson, Sec.
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URL title: First Settlers of Ye Plantations of Piscataway and Woodsridge Olde East New Jersey , Page 123
Note:
FIRST SETTLERS OF STATEN ISLAND. Referring to Stillwell, volume I, page 154 et seq. appears a census of Staten Island alleged to be of the date of 1706, which can easily be varied one way or the other for two or three years. ...In the same volume, Stillwell, are two entries which show the appearance of Pierre Monnet, Sr. on the Island as early as 1681, for in a lawsuit between Nathaniel Brittain and Edward Marshall, he is referred to as "Peter mone" (page 10,) and (on page 33) as "peter mone." 
Marshall, Edward (I027360)
 
70806 seems to be related to the Tennison, cooksey and lemaster families Barker, Christian MNU (I017005)
 
70807 Selden, Mary Wife of Samuel, departed this life, January 5, 1758
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STAFFORD COUNTY VA WILL BOOK O; 1748-1767; THE ANTIENT PRESS
PP-433-439 In the Name of God Amen I ANN MASON of County of Stafford in Colony of Virginia being at present in perfect health and of sound mind .. have thought fit before age or Infirmities impair them to make my last will and Testament .. soul to God .. body to be decently interred .. What worldly Estate (after my Debts, Lawfully contracted are honestly paid) Imprimis
I give to my son GEORGE MASON & heirs my land lying on Goose Bay in Charles County in Maryland in lieu of all Debts I may owe him at my Death as also, I give to said George Mason & heirs, the following Slaves (9 listed) & my largest Silver Salver:
Item I give to my son THOMSON MASON & heirs the following silver plate Vizt. my ring & castors, 2 salts, my Soup Spoon, and all the rest of my Silver spoons large, or small: As also one new Bed bolster & Pillows, a pair of sheets, a pair of Blankets and a Quilt his choise of one of my old beds with the same furniture as to the new one. And whereas I bought of my son Thomson some Negroes, for which I was to give him 200 pounds current money, my will is that whatever part of the said Sum appears to be due upon a fair settlement be paid out of the first part of my Estate.
Item I give to JOHN BRONAUGH the son of my Sister Bronaugh of Fairfax County, and his heirs 500 acres of Land lying in Loudoun County, which I bought of THOMAS JOHNS.
Item the rest of my Estate Real & Personal of what kind soever, not before bequeathed I give to my Exrs. herein after named, in trust, only to them .. for the uses aftermentioned, & to be disposed off as follows. That my Executors after my Debts are paid purchase as soon as may be, a likly young Negroe wench not Exceeding 20 years of age, with one Male child which I give to my Grandson SAMUEL SELDEN & heirs & her future increase in lieu of Negroes betty & her son Jamy, before bequeathed to my son Geo: Mason. As also a young roan Mare which I desire may be kept for his use.
Item I give to my Grand Daughter MARY SELDEN a Negro girl named Jemima (the Daughter of Pegg) and that after my Debts are paid my said Executors out of my Estate before given in Trust purchase, one Negroe girl of about four years of age, both which, with their future increase I give to my Grand Daughter and heirs. As also, a large bay Mare and her Increase which I desire may be kept for her use, two cotton counter pains, two Toilettes an old Damask table cloath & a Dozen of Damask Napkins & a small Silver cane: and that my Executors out of my said Estate purchase, for her one new Damask Table cloath & a Dozen of Damask Napkins.
Item all thereof of my Silver plate not bequeathed, I give to be equally divided between my said Grandson and Grand Daughter, only my will is that my two small Silver Dishes be kept in the same form they are without change or alteration. One, to each of them.
Item my will that if either of my Grand children before named (men'd. on margin) should die, the Surviver of them shall Inherit the whole .. and if both of them shall die before age of 2I years and without Lawful Issue, that then I leave the whole to them bequeathed to be disposed of as follows (Viz:) the young Negroe wench to he purchased for my Grandson Sam'l. Selden as above I give unto my Grandson GEORE MASON JUNR. and heirs. And the child to be purchased with her I give to my Grandson WILL MASON & heirs. The Negroe girl named Jernima, bequeathed as above to my Grand Daughter MARY SELDEN, I give to my Grand Daughter ANN EILBECK MASON & heirs, and the Negroe girl of about four years to be purchased for my Grand Daughter Mary Selden, I give to my Grand son THOMSON MASON JUNR. & heirs. And my will is, that the first child, which the said Negro wench to be purchased for my Grand son Samuel as above shall be given to the child with which my Daughter in Law, ANN the Wife of George Mason is now privily ensient, & the second child which the said Negroe wench shall bring be given to the child with which my Daughter in Law MARY the wife of THOMSON MASON is now privily ensient .. and that the rest of the Estate to them before bequeathed be equally divided between my said Sons GEORGE MASON and Thomson Mason & heirs.
Item I leave the Lands which I bought of JOHN PEAK & HENRY FILKINS to be sold by my Executors and Legally conveyed to the purchaser, as also all the rest of my personal Estate not before disposed of for the payment of my Debts & Legacies, and the overplus if any to be Equally divided between my Grand children SAMUEL SELDEL & MARY SELDEN aforsd. Provided nevertheless that if the money arising from the sale of my Estate real and personal aforsd & my Debts, crops & shall be sufficient to pay my Debts & Legacies aforsd so as to save my Stock of Horses, Cattle, sheep & hoggs that then my said Stock shall be equally divided between my said Grand children Samuel and Mary Selden & settled by my Executors upon the lands where the Negroes belonging to Samuel and Mary Selden are respectively worked; & kept, for their use & benefit. Lastly I hereby appoint my Sons George Mason and Thompson Mason and my friend JOHN MONCURE Clk Executors of this my last will & Testament revoking all former wills ., 25th August 1760. Ann Mason
Hannah Hedgman,
Helen Scott, John Wishart
Memo. It is my will and desire that my Cousin FRANCES MONCURE the Wife of JOHN MONCURE Clk take care of my Daughter Mary Thomson Selden deced's Picture now in my Hall, and give it to my Grandson Samuel Selden when he come of age, but if he should die before he comes of age, that then it be given to my Grand Daughter Mary Selden ,. 26th day of August 1760 and further that if both my Grandchildren should die then to be given to my Eldest Son. Ann Mason
Hannah Hedgman,
Helen Scott, John Wishart
I Ann Mason of Stafford County this 5th day of November 1762 Do make & publish this Codicil to my last will & Testament hereunto annex'd as follows. Whereas in my said Will .. I have devised to my Son George Mason Lands at Goose Bay, in Maryland in lieu of all Debts I might owe him at the time of my Death. It is my intention, and I hereby devise to my said Son George my said land at Goose Bay to him & heirs, whether I am indebted to him, my said son, or not, And whereas by my said will I have bequeathed to my on George Mason one negroe wench named Letty & her son named Jammy I now at the request of my said son give the said Negro Letty & Jammy her son, to my Executors in Trust, for my Grandson Sam'l Selden & heirs and if Samuel Selden should die without issue Grand Daughter Mary Selden & her heirs & in case my Grand Daughter should also die without issue before she arrive to age of 21 the said Negroe Letty in trust for my son George Mason & the Negro Jammy in trust my for Grandson Thomson Mason, son to my said son George Mason & heirs. And whereas also in my will I have ordered my Executors after my Debts are paid to purchase out of the remainder of my Estate a likly young Negroe wench & child to be given to my Grandson Sam'l Selden, his heirs in lieu of the Negroe Letty and her son Jammy before bequeathed to my son George Mason, my will is now, that no such wench & child be purchased as aforsd, and I hereby give to my Grandson Sams. Selden-, a Negroe fellow named Monsser and a Negro wench named Corragio. Provided nevertheless that the said Slaves of said wench Corragio be subject to the same Limitations, and go and descend in the same manner as the issue of that wench ordered by my will to be bought would have done, in case of the Death of my Grand children Samuel and Mary Selden as by the said Will may appear. My common wearing epparrell I leave to ELIZABETH the Wife of THOMAS HEATH. I also give to my Grand Daughter Mary Selden a Callico Quilt & a Callico Counterpane in my Gilt trunk which I am desirous she should have. It is also my earnest request & desire that the Mulatto wench named NAN OLDCATE who has been an useful slave in the ffamily may not be sold, or exposed to Hardship as she is past her Labour, and that if possible she may be allowed to live with my son George Mason who I hope will use her with Humanity. I desire that this Codicil may be annex'd to my said Will & be of Equal vilidity with the same. Ann Mason
Sarah Mastion, Walter Brook,
Elizabeth Rawling, Eliz her mark Heath
At Court held for Stafford County December the 14th 1762 Last will & Testament (with the Codicil thereto annex'd) of Ann Mason produced by John Moncure Clk .. made oath .. proved .. Certificate granted him for obtaining a Probate thereof Since which George Mason and Thomson Mason Esqrs. the other Executors in said Will named .. proved same.. ordered to be certified ..
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Prince William Co VA Bond Book 1732-1847
May 1st 1735 (C-40)
Guardian Bond
Know all men by these presents that we Ann Mason, John Merur, John Gregg, James Baker & Catesby
Cocke are held and firmly bound unto the Worshipful Justices of Prince William County their Heirs Executors and
Administrators in the sum of Five Thousand Pounds to the true payment whereof we bind ourselves our heirs executors
administrators jointly and severally firmly by these presents as witness our hands and seals this 1st day of May 1735.
The condition of the above obligation is such that if the above bound Ann Mason and John Merur guardians
of George, Mary and Thomson Masson his heirs executors and administrators do & shall well & truly pay or cause to
be truly paid unto the said Orphans all such estate & estates that now is or hereafter shall come to the hands of the said
Ann Mason and John Merur as soon as the said Orphans shall attain so lawful age or when thereunto required by the
Justice of the Peace of Prince William County Court & also to have & keep harmless the said Justices their heirs and
successors from all trouble & damage that shall & may arise about the said estate then this obligation to be void or else
to remain in full force and virtue. Signed sealed & delivered in the presence of Thomas Robinson.
Ann Mason SEAL
John Merur SEAL
John Gregg SEAL
James Baker SEAL
Catesby Cocke SEAL 
Mason, Mary Thompson (I020335)
 
70808 Selden, Samuel Married Mary Thompson Mason, April 11, 1751 Family F12547
 
70809 Seldens of Virginia and Allied Families, Volume 2
Mary Selden Kennedy
Frank Allaben Genealogical Company, 1911
Newton Family page 495
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DW 26-95, 4/19/1828, 8/28/1828 Will of SALLY NEWTON of Lee Hall. Son Willoughby, dau
Eliza B. Murphy, Agnes A. Smith all property of every description left by her son Thomas F.
Newton. Remainder to children above plus dau Mary Jones. Bequests to grandchild the dau of
her daughter, Lettice Smith, dec. and Elizabeth and Sarah Cox, grandchildren, the children of
Richardia [Lee] Robinson. The grandchildren are to take their mother’s portions. Cox share to
be to a guardian or trustee. Codicil 5/16/1828. Since there is more money due from Sally being
admin of her husband’s will, after debts paid, the remainder to Robert Murphy.

Dower of Sally Newton supposed to be in DW 25-413 according to two indices. Not in that
book, nor DW 23-28. 
Poythress, Sarah Bland (I037681)
 
70810 Selina H. Campbell
Wife Of
Alex Campbell
Born
In Litchfield, England
Nov. 12, 1802
Died At Bethany, W. Va.
June 28, 1897 
Bakewell, Selina Huntington (I059221)
 
70811 Selina? Helm, Zylpha (I091405)
 
70812 Sellman, John, A. A. Co.,10th July, 1707; 28th Feb., 1707.
To son John and hrs., "The Fox Pond Neck" and part of "Champ's Adventure" on n. side Cattaile Meadow Branch.
To son William and hrs., 300 A., part of "Mereton's Lott"in Balto. Co. on Binham's Branch of Bush R.
To son Sellman and hrs., residue of "Champ's Adventure," also dwelling plantation, part of "Corell's Folly" at decease of wife.
To dau. Mary and hrs., residue of "Mereton's Lot" afsd., and lacking hrs. to descend to hrs. of dau. Margaret.
To dau. Ruth and hrs., "Middle Jenifer" on Middle R.
To dau. Margaret, personalty.
Sons William and Lawrence to remain with their mother during minority.
Desires gifts of lambs to grandson and granddau, Eliza: Gray shall be recorded.
Exs.: Wife and sons John and William.
Test: Thomas Jacks, Eliza: Jacks. 12. 206.
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John Sellman, Sr. 29.38 A AA £124.15.2 £155.15.3 Nov 23 1708
Payments to: Cornelius White, Richard Lancaster, Thomas Docwra, Thomas Linthicum, Samuell Duvall, Josiah Wilson, John Sellman, Jr., Mrs. Jane Burrall, Benjamin Williams, Charles Carroll, Esq., Henry Godfrey, Benjamin Williams and his wife Margarett Williams, Thomas Bordley.
Executors: Elisabeth Nicholas wife of Dr. William Nicholas, John Sellman, Jr., William Sellman. 
Sellman, John (I033507)
 
70813 Sellman, John, A. A. Co.,10th July, 1707; 28th Feb., 1707.
To son John and hrs., "The Fox Pond Neck" and part of "Champ's Adventure" on n. side Cattaile Meadow Branch.
To son William and hrs., 300 A., part of "Mereton's Lott"in Balto. Co. on Binham's Branch of Bush R.
To son Sellman and hrs., residue of "Champ's Adventure," also dwelling plantation, part of "Corell's Folly" at decease of wife.
To dau. Mary and hrs., residue of "Mereton's Lot" afsd., and lacking hrs. to descend to hrs. of dau. Margaret.
To dau. Ruth and hrs., "Middle Jenifer" on Middle R.
To dau. Margaret, personalty.
Sons William and Lawrence to remain with their mother during minority.
Desires gifts of lambs to grandson and granddau, Eliza: Gray shall be recorded.
Exs.: Wife and sons John and William.
Test: Thomas Jacks, Eliza: Jacks. 12. 206.
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Jonathon Hanson 10.279 A BA £529.10.9 £278.17.9 May 28 1730
Received from: John Duncan.
Payments to: Lance Todd, Mr. William Hunt (merchant in London), Joseph Thurman, George Walker & Co., George Walker, Samuel Heighe, John Horton, Robert Freshwater, William Smith, Thomas Butter, William Wheeler, Jr., Robert North, Hyde Hoxton, Thomas Hughes (planter), Philip Lindel, William Rogers, John Carter, Richard Owing, Thomas Herron on behalf of orphans (unnamed) of Col. Richard Colegate, Edward Norris, Thomas Todd, Thomas Sheredine, Benjamin Price, Thomas Kerr, Philemon Lloyd, Esq.
List of debts: Richard Owings, Thomas Jacks, Sarah Gardner (dead, insolvent), Joseph Presbury (dead, insolvent), Mary Hammond (dead, insolvent), Richard Middleton (runaway), Edward Cooke (dead, insolvent).
Administratrix: Mary Walker, wife of George Walker (gentleman). 
Jacks, Thomas (I111238)
 
70814 Semmes, Juliana (nunc.), Charles Co. 16th Dec. ----
2nd Feb., 1736.
To bro. Ignatius, personalty,
Test: Mary Speake, widow, mother of testatrix, 21.731. 
Simms, Juliana (I009723)
 
70815 Semms, Anthony, Charles County, 15th Aug. 1708; 12th Jan 1709.
To sons Anthony and Marmaduke, 200 A.. "Semms Settlement" Marmaduke to have dwelling plantation,
child.
To Electius, Fidelmus, Mary and Bathia, 400 Acres "Semms Forest" in Cecil Co.
To dau. Jane, personalty.
To wife Duseabella, extx., residue of personal estate for maintenance of 4 child, first named,
In event of death of wife before she marries, her share of estate to pass to brother James Semmes, he to provide for sd. child. and to have charge of Anthony, Electius, Fidelmus and Bathia; Barnaby Anctill to have charge of Marmaduke, Maxy and Jane during minority.
Test: John Higton, John Semmes, Susannah Buckney. 12. 326.
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Mr. Anthony Simmes 29.56 I CH £59.17.0 Jan 17 1708/09
Appraisers: John Parnham, John Fendall.
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Anthony Sims 31.285 A CH £42.15.11 £35.3.0 Apr 25 1710
Received from Evan Hews, John Speak,
Payments to: Marmaduke Sims Mr. Cornelius White, Mr, Edward Benson, William Chapman, John Crane, Mr, John Parnham,
Executrix: Dusabella Sims.
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WILL OF ANTHONY SEMMS, OF Charles County, Maryland.
Sons Anthony Semms and Marmaduke Semms, for equal division a tract of land called "Semms Settlement," 200 A., more or less.
Son Marmaduke to have that part whereon now my dwelling plantation is.
Sons Electius and Fidelmus, and daughters Mary and Bathia, a tract of land in Cecil County, Md., called "Semms Forest," 400 A., more or less, for equal division.
Daughter Jane, 1,000 lbs. tobacco to be paid on day of her marriage.
Wife Duseabella Semms, the residue of my personal estate for the maintenance and education of my children.
Extr.: My wife Dususabella Semms.
Item: If my wife dies before she marries again my desire is that all that part of my personal estate by this will given unto her may fall and descend unto my loving brother, James Semmes, toward the maintenance and education of my four children hereafter mentioned, and my desire is that he may also have ye remaining part of my estate, both real and personal, in his possession till my children come to age.
Wife, if she dies as aforesaid, then my brother, James Semms, may have ye bringing up and education of my four children, viz., Anthony, Electius, Fidelmus and Bathia, till they arrive at age to inherit.
Wife, if she dies as aforesaid, then my trusty friend, Barnaby Anctill, may have the bringing up and educating of my three children, viz., Marmaduke, Mary and Jane Semms, till they shall arrive at age to inherit.
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Allexander Currey 10.370 1 £17.5.0 Nov 23 1694
Appraisers: Mr. Anthony Semmes, Gilbert Cropper.
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Mr. Thomas Mudd 18.126 A CH Dec 15 1698
Payments to: Anthony Simms, Walter Storey, Mr. Gilbert Clarke, Mr. Thomas Hussey, Maj. William Dent, David White, Dr. George Burch, Mr, Charles Cornwell. Mr. Jacob Moreland, Mr. Thomas Clarke, Capt, John Beane, Capt. John Rymer, Edward Newgatte, John Allerd, Mr. Richard Hubbard, Mr. Richard Boughton, John Tenniston, Mr. James Bouling, Mr, John Sirelson, J. Wallice, Thomas Simson,
Executors: Thomas Mudd, Anne Hoskins (widow), wife of Phillip Hoskins,
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Charles County Land Record Book A#2, 1752-1756; Page (335). Depositions. CC, May 10, 1755. Christian Lamaster, aged 75 years and upwards, declares that upwards of 60 years ago, she remembers the death of Marmaduke Simms, and that his eldest son was named Anthoney Sand [and?], was always reputed so by the neighbors, and his eldest son (viz) sd Anthoney Simms', was named Marmaduke, and his eldest son, now alive, is named Anthoney. Signed - Christian (D her mark) Lamaster.
CC, May 10, 1755. Elizabeth Mechone, aged 76 years and upwards, declares that she remembers the death of Marmeduke Simms about 60 years ago, and that his eldest son was named Anthoney and the eldest son of sd Anthoney Simms was named Marmaduke sd Marmaduke Simms, Eldest son is named Anthoney, now alive. Signed - (C her mark) Machone.
CC, May 10, 1755. Thomas Sympson Sr, aged 60 years & upwards, declares that Anthoney Simms was reputed by all the neighbors to be the eldest son of Marmaduek Simms, ever since he remembers, and that sd Anthoney Simms' eldest son was named Marmaduke & his eldest son, now alive, is named Anthoney. Signed - Thomas Sympson Sr.
CC, May 10, 1755. William Sympson, aged 57 years, declares that ever since he can remember, Anthoney Simms was always reputed to be the eldest son of Marmaduke Simms, and that he has often heard his father say so, and that sd Anthoney Simms' eldest son was named Marmaduke and his eldest son, who is now alive, is named Anthony. Signed - William Sympson.
CC, May 10, 1755. Richard Edelen Sr, aged 83 years and upwards, declares that he very well remembers and was acquainted with one, Marmaduke Simms, about 70 years ago, and that the sd Marmaduke Simms above 60 years and his eldest son was named Anthoney, with whom this deponent was very intimate, and sd Anthoney Simms' eldest son was named Marmaduke, with whom this deponent was also very well acquainted, and sd Marmaduke Simms' eldest son is named Anthoney, now alive. Signed - Richa:u Edelen.
The above 5 depositions were taken before me, a JP. Signed Jas Nivison. Recorded may 22, 1755. 
Simms, Anthony (I003892)
 
70816 Semms, Anthony, Charles County, 15th Aug. 1708; 12th Jan 1709.
To sons Anthony and Marmaduke, 200 A.. "Semms Settlement" Marmaduke to have dwelling plantation,
child.
To Electius, Fidelmus, Mary and Bathia, 400 Acres "Semms Forest" in Cecil Co.
To dau. Jane, personalty.
To wife Duseabella, extx., residue of personal estate for maintenance of 4 child, first named,
In event of death of wife before she marries, her share of estate to pass to brother James Semmes, he to provide for sd. child. and to have charge of Anthony, Electius, Fidelmus and Bathia; Barnaby Anctill to have charge of Marmaduke, Maxy and Jane during minority.
Test: John Higton, John Semmes, Susannah Buckney. 12. 326. 
Simms, Mary (I009714)
 
70817 Semms, Anthony, Charles County, 15th Aug. 1708; 12th Jan 1709.
To sons Anthony and Marmaduke, 200 A.. "Semms Settlement" Marmaduke to have dwelling plantation,
child.
To Electius, Fidelmus, Mary and Bathia, 400 Acres "Semms Forest" in Cecil Co.
To dau. Jane, personalty.
To wife Duseabella, extx., residue of personal estate for maintenance of 4 child, first named,
In event of death of wife before she marries, her share of estate to pass to brother James Semmes, he to provide for sd. child. and to have charge of Anthony, Electius, Fidelmus and Bathia; Barnaby Anctill to have charge of Marmaduke, Maxy and Jane during minority.
Test: John Higton, John Semmes, Susannah Buckney. 12. 326. 
Simms, Jane (I009717)
 
70818 SENIOR, Philip & Mary GLORE, 24 Jan. 1800, BD, b Henry Dixon, who certified Mary was of "lawful age", Campbell County, Kentucky Family F04031
 
70819 SENOUR, Philip & Elizabeth FUELL, 4 Feb. 1816, m by RS, b Abner Fuell, Campbell Co., KY Family F04033
 
70820 SENOURS, Philip & Mary MURNAN, 7 Dec. 1813, BD [marriage date on return was "second Thursday of December"], m by GH, b William Murnan, Campbell Co., KY Family F04032
 
70821 Sent: 1/16/2005 4:23 PM
Name: Kay Goddard
Email: okg@sbcglobal dot net
Note:
Susan Baldwin died between 1860 & 1870 in Schuyler County, IL 
Baldwin, Susannah (I006487)
 
70822 Sent: 1/6/2005 12:15 PM
Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/msa/stagser/s1400/s1437/html/1437ba.html
URL title: Assessment of 1783 Baltimore County, Maryland
Note:
Maryland State Archives
MARYLAND INDEXES (Assessment of 1783, Index)

Abraham Marshal. BA North Hundred, p. 10. MSA S 1161-2-13 1/4/5/45 
Marshall, Abraham (I020548)
 
70823 Sent: 1/6/2005 12:15 PM
Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/msa/stagser/s1400/s1437/html/1437ba.html
URL title: Assessment of 1783 Baltimore County, Maryland
Note:
Maryland State Archives
MARYLAND INDEXES (Assessment of 1783, Index)

Jacob Marshal. Crosses Grove, 70 acres. BA North Hundred, p. 10. MSA S 1161-2-13 1/4/5/45

Jacob Marshal. Benjamins Choice, 80 acres. BA North Hundred, p. 10. MSA S 1161-2-13 1/4/5/45 
Marshall, Jacob (I020547)
 
70824 Sent: 1/6/2005 12:15 PM
Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/msa/stagser/s1400/s1437/html/1437ba.html
URL title: Assessment of 1783 Baltimore County, Maryland
Note:
Maryland State Archives
MARYLAND INDEXES (Assessment of 1783, Index)

Sarah Marshall. Carrolls Mannor, 100 acres. BA Mine Run Hundred, p. 5. MSA S 1161-2-12 1/4/5/45 
Marshall, Sarah (I020551)
 
70825 Sent: 1/6/2005 12:15 PM
Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/msa/stagser/s1400/s1437/html/1437ba.html
URL title: Assessment of 1783 Baltimore County, Maryland
Note:
Maryland State Archives
MARYLAND INDEXES (Assessment of 1783, Index)

Thomas Marshal. Sampsons Folly, 118 acres. BA North Hundred, p. 10. MSA S 1161-2-13 1/4/5/45

Thomas Marshal. name unknown, 320 acres. BA North Hundred, p. 10. MSA S 1161-2-13 1/4/5/45

Thomas Marshal. Marshals Folly, 200 acres. BA North Hundred, p. 10. MSA S 1161-2-13 1/4/5/45

=== Marriage Record
Sent: 1/7/2005 12:00 PM
Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/WVPENDLE/2001-12/1008626131
URL title: WVPENDLE-L Archives
Note:
Thomas MARSHALL, 03-Oct-1740, to Sarah BULL, St. John's and St. George's Parish, Baltimore County, Maryland
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:1746919&id=I62 5984662
URL title: ben bull
Note:
ID: I625984662
Name: Thomas MARSHALL
Given Name: Thomas
Surname: Marshall
Sex: M
Birth: ABT 1708 in MD
Death: in UNK

Marriage 1 Sarah BULL b: 15 January 1721 in Baltimore County MD Children John MARSHALL b: ABT 1741 in MD
===
James Hughes 2006-08-25 15:55:22
Baltimore County Court (Land Commission Papers) MSA C349

Dates: 1831/09/15
Description: C553: Simon Markey, Nancy Markey, Gerard Matthews, Diana Matthews, Isaac Marshall, and Elizabeth Keller. Petition to partition estate of Thomas Marshall - Marshalls Folly
Accession No.: 1-201-1/5
MSA No.: C349-200
Location: 2/16/7/29
===
James Hughes 2006-08-25 16:34:20
Maryland Land Patent Index

NAME Marshall,Thomas
PATENT DATE 1790
TRACT Marshalls Folly
COUNTY Baltimore
Certificate 254-1/2 Acres Liber IC#F Folio 27
Patent 254-1/2 Acres Liber IC#E Folio 328

NAME Marshall, Thomas
SURVEY DATE 1754
TRACT Tom's Frolick
COUNTY Baltimore
ACRES 57
CERTIFICATE No. 1633 
Marshall, Thomas (I020549)
 
70826 Sent: 1/6/2005 12:15 PM
Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/msa/stagser/s1400/s1437/html/1437ba.html
URL title: Assessment of 1783 Baltimore County, Maryland
Note:
Maryland State Archives
MARYLAND INDEXES (Assessment of 1783, Index)

William Marshal. Run, 140 acres. BA North Hundred, p. 10. MSA S 1161-2-13 1/4/5/45 
Marshall, William (I020550)
 
70827 Sent: 3/24/2008 12:56:29 P.M. Mountain Daylight Time
Subj: New Cemetery

We have located a very small cemetery that is not on our list and is located
in Charlotte Hall, MD with 3 headstones. The names are:

John B. Dent B: 1786 D: 1841
Catharine Petrie Dent B: 1791 D: 1838
Wm. Benjamin Townshend B: 1847 Died: 1847

Joyce Clerico
Cemetery Chair

The properly in the deed is known as Walnut Hill 
Petrie, Catherine (I009292)
 
70828 Sep 1709 (Richmond Deed Book 5:131-133)
William WILLIS of of County of Richmond of the Pish. Of St. Marys, Planter, to John HOKFORD of the aforesaid County & Pish…. Land lying in ye County of Richmond and Pish: of St. Marys on the North side of the River which is called Rappahanock River … Francis THORNTON… Francis WRIGHTS and John WRIGHTS… twelve acres… part of a Patten of land granted to John WILLIS Seaneor by sd William BARKLEY for 201 acres bearing date 21 Oct 1669… and William WILLIS and Sarah WILLIS his now Wife … this (blank) day of September 1709.
Will: WILLIS. Sarah [her marke + ] WILLIS.
In presence of: Isaac ARNOLD, John WILLIS.

At Richmond County Court on 7 Sep 1709, John COOMBS Attorney of William WILLIS came this day into Court and acknowledged the within Deed. Also the said COOMBS by vertue of a letter of Attorney from Sarah WILLIS, the wife of sd. William WILLIS, to him in that behalf made relinquished her the said Sarah's right of Dower… unto the said HAUKFORD…

(Deed Abstracts of Richmond VA, 1708-1711, Sam and Ruth Sparacio, Antient Press, McLean, Virginia) 
Hudson, Sarah "Mary" (I029809)
 
70829 Sep. 10, 1821 - Sarah Moreland m. Benjamin Ray in Prince George's Co., Md.
Source: Brown, Helen W., "Index of Marriage Licenses,
Prince George's County, Maryland, 1777-1886," p. 155. 
Family F40477
 
70830 Sep. 4, 1816 - The Prince George's Co., Md. Probate Index
shows an estate record for John D. Moreland on Sep. 4, 1816.
===
PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, MARYLAND WILLS; Liber T No. #1; 1784-1789;
Folio 57 WAULTER MORELAND, planter 11/13/1787 01/02/1788
"Being in perfect memory ..."
Bequeaths to:
1. William Moreland - son
-to have Negro boys "Jim" and -Ben”
2. Sarah Humbaugh --daughter (wife John Humbaugh) -to have Negro boy "Ned" and Negro girl "Alse"
2. John Dent Moreland --son
-to have Negro man "David" the son of "David" and Negro woman "Eve"
-to have I dark bay mare, 1 bed and fum„
3. Ann Moreland --daughter
-to have Negro woman "Judah" Negro boy "Calep' Negro girl "Minty"
-to have 1 gray mare, 1 bed and furn.
4. Thomas Blackman Moreland --son
-to have Negro boy "Hy" Negro girl -Sall" -to have 1 roan horse
5. Waulter Moreland --son
-to have Negro boy "Milburn" Negro girl "Ann - -to have i gray horse
6. Samuel Moreland --son
-to have Negro boy "Charles" Negro girl "Poll"
7. Hanson Moreland --son
-to have Negro boy "Tom" Negro girl Aimmey" and also to have the increase of Negro woman "Linder"
-after widow's decease entire personal estate to be divided among testator's children
8. Tabitha Moreland --wife
-to have Negro man "Charles" Negro woman "Lucy- Negro men "Peter" "Frederick" "David" Negro woman "Sarah" and Negro man "Neale" to have the residue of the personal estate for her natural life
-named executrix of the will along w/ testator's son John Dent Moreland
Witnesses: Robert Wade, George King, Thomas Queen
Then came: the three above named subscribers to the will
Note: the testator signed the wild with his mark
===
Prince George's County MD Will Book Liber T No. #1; 1797-1803;
Folio 481 RICHARD GRAY, planter 09/22/1791 10/13/1801
"being in perfect memory ..."
Bequeaths to:
I. Elizabeth Gray --wife
-to have Negro man "Frank" -to have all of testator's goods and chattels for her natural life
-to have the whole of testator's estate for her natural life
-named executrix of the will
2, Eleanor Kidwell --daughter (wife of William Kidwell)
-to have 1 suit of clothes
3. Cassandra Gray -daughter
Delilah Gray --granddaughter
Mary Gray --granddaughter {daughters of Cassandra
-at widow's decease the estate is to be divided among them
Witnesses; Thomas Owen
John Dent Moreland
Joseph Edelen
Then came: John Dent Moreland
Note: the testator signed the will with his mark 
Moreland, John Dent (I021042)
 
70831 Sep. 6, 1784 - Benjamin Burch m. Rebecca Barron on Sep. 6, 1784 in Prince George's Co., Md.
Source: Brumbaugh, Gaius M., "Maryland Records, Colonial, Revolutionary, County and Church, from Original Sources," Vol. 1, p. 103. 
Family F27335
 
70832 Sept. 11th. 1658. John Waghop who hath married the relict of John Goss demands land upon the rights of the said Goss entered ultimo Augusti 1654 and fifty acres more for his time of service to Captain William Stone in all two hundred and fifty acres. Warrant to Surveyor to lay out for John Waghop one hundred acres returnable 11 March next.(14)
John Waghop married then, in 1658 or before, the widow of John Goss or Gosse, one of those who came with him to Maryland, and for whom he received head rights according to the extract: 
Family F01472
 
70833 sept. 15. 1693 james thilaball Norfolk LNCW145
===
Will probated at Lynhaven, Princess Anne, VA
From Abstract of Norfolk County Wills, p. 145:
"James Thilaball of Eliz. River parish in the County of Lower Norfolk, Gent.
Book 5 F. 208
dated 3 Aprill 1692
proved 15 Sep 1693, by Coll. Lemuell Mason & Mr. Thomas Mason.
. . . well stricken in yeares . . .
. . . buried in Christian manor . . .
. . . unto my loving Son ffranncis Thelaball One hundred Acres of land, more or less, lying neare the plantation, formerly belonging to Wm. Doughan Decd, which Sd. Land I formerly designed to give unto my Son Lemuel Now Decd., and Now the above Said ffrancis and his heires forever . . . one Negro woman . . . one Negro boy . . . a high bed steed & a feather bed . . . with Green Curtains & Dallians, wth Silk fring and a Greene Woosted Rugg . . . a Hamaker . . . another feather bed and boulster which Comonly Lyeth on the Trundle bed steed wth a White Rugg and long table wth fforne to itt & a Joyners Cubbard & a Chaire of Joyners Worke . . . a great Copper kettle & two pott Racks . . . One Iron Spitt, and Smale pr. of Andjrons, & a paire of Helleards and a paire of Brass Skales wth fower pnds of brass weights & a Silver porringer & two Silver Spoons mark I T E & three pewter Dishes & a pewter bason, the aforesd goods bequeathed to my Said Sonn ffrancis are not to bee Delivered him, until after the Decease of my wife Elizabeth without her Consent and likeing.
I give & bequeath unto my loving Son James Thelaball a Negro girle . . . one feather bed and boulster, and a paire of Sheets, wch Comonly Lyeth in the Shedd at the End of the Dwelling house, & a blew Woosted Rugg, & a flock bedd, One Silver Salt cellar, two Silver spoons marked I T E & One brass Morter & Pestle & one peuter flaggon, & one Copper Still & One large Chest wth a double Locke & One toole Chest and all the tooles therein, & One pr. of great Andjrons & One Iron Spitt & One Anvill . . . Not to bee Delivered, untill after the Decease of my Wife Elizabeth, wthout her Consent and likeing . . .
Unto my loving Daughter Margaret Langley three Silver spoons, and One Silver wrought wine Cupp, & One Small Copper kettle & one Smale pewter Still, and a brass warming pann . . .
. . . unto my Loving Daughter Elizabeth Langeley, one Negro girle . . .three Silver Spoons & One Smooth Silver wine Cupp & one Smale Copper kettle . . .
. . . unto my loving Daughter Mary Chichester, One Silver beere bole, One Silver Dram Cupp, One Smale Silver Spoone, One Couch with feather bed and pillow in it & a Rugg . . .
. . . unto my loving cosen Wm. Porten all my ffrench books . . .
. . .my Said wife Elizabeth my whole & sole Executor . . .
witnesses: Lemuel Mason
Thomas Mason
Mary Mason
James Thelaball & Seale.
From "The Ivy Family 1635 - 1984 in Virginia, Georgia, and Mississippi,by Robert Adams Ivy.
===
Lower Norfolk County Records, Wills and Deeds C, 15th December 1651 - Beverly Fleet.

p.1. Recorded 15 Jan. 1651/2. Dated 7 Nov. 1648. Agreement betw Alice Mason, widow and relict of Mr. Francis Mason, decd and Mr. Lemuell Mason of the one part sd Mr. James Thelaball of the other part. (1) "That the said Lemuel Mason shall uppon demand give and assure unto the said Mr Thelaball the Lands called the Mayne right against Hogg Island beinge about Two hundred acres, which the one halfe of the said Hogg 'land, which Hogg Hand is to be devided by fower men to be indifferently chosen, or by the said Lemuell and James, one of them to make the devision, and thether to choose as they shall best agree". (2) Alice and Lemuell to give James "two thousand foote of sawen planke". (3) Alice and Lemuell to give James "as much glasse and leade, as to make fower such glasse windowes as are in the now dwelling house wherein they remayne". (4) "That the said Alice and Lemuel" shall uppon demand give and Deliver unto the said James Six silver spoones". Signed Alice Mason, Lemuell Mason, James Thelaball. Wit: Tho: Lambert, Rich: Conquest, John Sibsey, Math: Phillippes.

p.33. Lower Norfolk. A Court 17 January 1652/3. Present: Collo Francis Yardley, Mr Lemuell Mason, Leift: Coll: Cornelius Loyd, Mr Francis Emperor, Major Thomas Lambert, Mr Thomas Bridge, Leift: Coll: John Sidney, Mr Thomas Goodrich, Comirs.

p.34. In dif betw Tho Ward and James Thelaball, order that Thelaball hold and enjoy that Neck of Land he has now seated, which is a part of lease land lying in Woolves Neck formerly demised unto Thos Ward by Leift Coll Cornelius Loyd as agent for the orphan of Henery Hawkins. Thelaball to pay 700 lb tobo to Ward.

p.65. A Court held 15 December 1653. Present: Leift Coll Cornelius Loyd, Mr Wm Moseley, Major Tho. Lambert, Mr Francis Emperor, Leift: Coll: John Sidney, Mr Tho: Bridge, Mr Lemuel Mason, Mr Tho: Goodrich, Com'rs.

p.65. Attachmt for 350 lb tobo to Lemuel Mason as assignee of James Thelaball agst the estate of Tho Morgan.

p.78. Rec 22 March 1653/4. Receipt. Dated 25 August 1653. "Received by me Stephen Hamlin from James Thelaball for the use of Lemuell Mason" 1000 lb tobo in full of all a/cs between Capt Abraham Reade and said Mason. Signed Stephen Hamlin. Wit: Thomas Pirson
===
http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=345&last=&g_p=P2&collec tion=LO Patent
Title Thelaball, James.
Publication 15 October 1651.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
Note Location: Lower Norfolk County.
Description: 380 acres adjoining to a place called Woolfs Neck Beg.g at Henry Hawkins’ easterly marked tree.
Source: Land Office Patents No. 2, 1643-1651, p. 345 (Reel 2).
===
CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS PATENT BOOK No. 2; Pg 220
JAMES THELABALL, 380 acs. in Linhaven Parish, Low. Norf. Co., 15 Oct. 1651, p. 345. Adj. to a place called Woolfs Neck, beg. at Henry Hawkins his Easterly Marked tree, etc., W. S. W. &c. Trans. 8 pers: John Aris, Robert Winter, Willm. Armiger, Alexander Masse, Barah Pincher, John Glover, Ann Neale, John Melleger, Antho. Wilkinson, Alex. Mause. Note: Two last due for. 
Theobald, James 'Thelaball' (I060470)
 
70834 September 12, 1720, John Dameron and Eliz. Taylor Family F33757
 
70835 Series: S213003
Volume: 002E
Page: 00193
Item: 000

Date: 7/7/1742

Description: WHITAKER, BENJAMIN, COMMISSION AS CHIEF JUSTICE OF SOUTH CAROLINA IN THE ROOM OF ROBERT WRIGHT DECEASED. (2 PAGES) 
Wright, Robert (I105213)
 
70836 servant to Eleanor Heale..freed in 1704 Newby, Henry (I089108)
 
70837 servant to Maj. John Burnham is adjudged 13 years of age from the time of his arrival 6 July 1674 VA Gen. v.2 5p.15 Death: Caroline Co probate
===
SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTY DEED BOOK C, 1734-1742; William Armstrong Crozier;
Dec. 1, 1740. Robert Turner and Katherine, his wife, of St. Geo. Par.,
Co., to James Rawlins of sd. Par. and County. £20 curr. 40 a. in Spts. Co. part of tract conveyed to sd. Turner by Rowland Thomas, and part of pat. granted sd. Thomas, June 16, 1727. Edmund Waller, Z. Lewis, George Woodroof. Dec. 2, 1740.
===
SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTY DEED BOOK B, 1729-1730; Antient Press; Page 89,
Spotsylvania County Deed Book B 6th October 1730
-This Indenture made the fifth day of October in the year of our Lord God one thousand seven hundred and thirty Between ROWLAND THOMAS of Drysdale in the County of King and Queen in Virginia planter of the one part and ROBERT TURNER of the parish of St. George in Spotsylvania County planter of the other part. Witnesseth that the said ROWLAND THOMAS for and in consideration of the sum of five shillings of Lawfull money to him in hand paid by the said ROWLAND THOMAS the receipt thereof the said ROWLAND THOMAS doth hereby acknowledge and thereof and of every part thereof doth hereby acquit and discharge him the said ROBERT his Exrs. and Admrs. bath granted bargained and sold and by these presents doth grant bargain and sell unto the said ROBERT TURNER his heirs Executors Admrs. &c. one tract or parcel of land containing one hundred acres be the same more or less which said land being part of one thousand acres granted to the said ROWLAND THOMAS by a pattent bearing date the sixteenth day of June one thousand seven hundred and twenty seven lieing and being in Spotsylvania County and bounded as followeth Viz. Beginning at CHRISTOPHER SMITH's corner black gum white oak and maple on the north side the Northanna runing along his line north eight two west one hundred and sixteen poles to a beach and hiccory on Wolf Swamp thence down the swamp to a mouth thereof in the Northanna thence down the Northanna to the Beginning and also all Messuages Tenement houses out houses tobacco houses barns stables edifices buildings thereon standing or being together with all orchards gardens ways water water courses easements profits priveledges commodities and advantages whatsoever to the same belonging or in any wise appertaining and reversion and reversions remainder and remainders thereof and of every part and parcel thereof together with all rents and services reserves upon all or any Lease or Leases of the premises or any part or parcel thereof To have and to hold the said Land and buildings and all and singular other the premises herein before mentioned and hereby intended to be bargained and sold with their and every of their appurtenances unto the said ROBERT TURNER his Exrs. Admrs. and assigns from the day of the date hereof for and during the full end and term of six months thence next ensuing and fully to be compleated and ended to the end that by virtue of these presents and of the Statute for Transferring uses into possessions the said ROBERT TURNER may be in actual possession of the premises and be enabled to take and accept of a grant and release of the same to him the said ROBERT TURNER his heirs and assigns forever. In Witness whereof the said parties to these presents Interchangeably have set their hands and seals the day and year first above written.
Signed Sealed and delivered in the presence of us Witnesses
RICHARD THOMAS ROWLAND THOMAS [seal]
JOHN SUTTON, Junior, JOSEPH WILLIAMS
At a Court held for Spotsylvania County on Tuesday October the sixth 1730. ROWLAND THOMAS acknowledged this his Deed of Lease for land unto ROBERT TURNER at whose motion the same was admitted to record.
Test JOHN WALLER, Clk. Curt. 
Thomas, Rowland (I050447)
 
70838 Served in Revolutionary War on July 15, 1780 Cambron, Milburn (I065697)
 
70839 served in the 2nd Reg Maryland line Lyles, James (I019148)
 
70840 Seth is not proven to these parents...just an educated guess Short, Sythia "Seth" Elizabeth (I012460)
 
70841 Settlers of Calvert County Md - Jourdan
Wilkinson, Rosamad, age ca 53; wife of Thomas Wilkinson; 30 Nov 1737 (CCR 6.233)
===
Thomas Wilkinson 31.349 CA £29.18.4 Jun 8 1745 Oct 28 1745
Appraisers: John Gray Benjamin Ellt.
Mentions: John Bond, James Heighe.
Administratrix: Roseaman Wilkinson
===
Thomas Wilkinson 22.273 A CA £29.18.4 £36.7.2 Jul 29 1746
Payments to: Mary Sedwick, John Bond, William Richason, Hugh Dixon, Benjamin Dixon, Thomas Cullinbur, Mary Smith, Mary James, James Heighe, Richard Hellen, Martin Driver, Charles Lake, Ann Smith, E. Dulany, Esq.
Administratrix: Roseman Wilkinson. 
Wilkinson, Roseman MNU (I092795)
 
70842 Settlers of Colonial Calvert County, Maryland

Morgan, Thomas; 28 Jan 1768; 1/3 of estate of Richard Roberts to accountant to pay off her children by her former husband, Elisabeth (dau.), Mary (dau.) Elisabeth Roberts, Thomas Morgan, Jonathon Morgan; extx. Mrs. Elisabeth Morgan (ABB 5.33)
===
ROBERTS, RICHARD, Calvert Co. 24 Mar, 1747
To son Richard Roberts, plantation where I live, that he make over his right to a tract of 100 A., being pt. of "Lower Bennett's," to his bro. Allen; in case of Allen's or Richard's death, next hr.-at-law.
To 5 sons and daus.
To Elizabeth, 8 slaves.
Wit: Ri. Johns of Angelica, Margaret Johns, Mary Philpot. 3-11-1750, James Clayton, witness to Codicil, states he saw Testator Richard Roberts, sign the Codicil, which Codicil mentions that probable unborn child shd. share his property,
Baltimore Co., 3-27-1753, Mary Philpot came before me and affirmed she saw Testator Richard Roberts, sign his will. 28. 481 
Roberts, Elizabeth (I109891)
 
70843 Settlers of Colonial Calvert County, Maryland

Morgan, Thomas; 28 Jan 1768; 1/3 of estate of Richard Roberts to accountant to pay off her children by her former husband, Elisabeth (dau.), Mary (dau.) Elisabeth Roberts, Thomas Morgan, Jonathon Morgan; extx. Mrs. Elisabeth Morgan (ABB 5.33)
===
ROBERTS, RICHARD, Calvert Co. 24 Mar, 1747
To son Richard Roberts, plantation where I live, that he make over his right to a tract of 100 A., being pt. of "Lower Bennett's," to his bro. Allen; in case of Allen's or Richard's death, next hr.-at-law.
To 5 sons and daus.
To Elizabeth, 8 slaves.
Wit: Ri. Johns of Angelica, Margaret Johns, Mary Philpot. 3-11-1750, James Clayton, witness to Codicil, states he saw Testator Richard Roberts, sign the Codicil, which Codicil mentions that probable unborn child shd. share his property,
Baltimore Co., 3-27-1753, Mary Philpot came before me and affirmed she saw Testator Richard Roberts, sign his will. 28. 481 
Roberts, Mary (I109892)
 
70844 Settlers of Colonial Calvert County, Maryland
Morgan, Thomas; planter; acct.; 24 Oct 1764; extx. Elisabeth Morgan (AA 51.327)
Morgan, Thomas; acct.; 20 May 1767; extx. Elisabeth Morgan, widow; also widow of Richard Roberts (AA 59.248); 27 Jan 1768 (AA 59.253)
Morgan, Thomas; 28 Jan 1768; 1/3 of estate of Richard Roberts to accountant to pay off her children by her former husband, Elisabeth (dau.), Mary (dau.) Elisabeth Roberts, Thomas Morgan, Jonathon Morgan;
extx. Mrs. Elisabeth Morgan (ABB 5.33)
==
Morgan, Thomas, planter, Calvert Co., 5th Nov., 1725; 2nd Feb., 1725-6.
To youngest son Thomas and hrs., dwelling plantation "Part of Devise"; he dying without issue, to pass to eldest (dau.) Mary.
To 4 daus. Mary, Elizabeth, Margarett and Ann, 260 A. "William's Purchase," to enjoy same at age of 16.
To son and 4 daus. afsd., residue of personal estate equally; son to receive portion at age of 18, daus. at 17.
Wife Mary extx.
Test: Thomas Garnett, Tho. Chambers, Tho. Pride. 18, 4
===
John Morgan 39C.20 A CA £6.19.11 £7.12.6 Jul 8 1717
Payments to: Adderton Skinner.
Administrator: Thomas Morgan.
===
Abraham Maccabe 13.256 A CA £35.13.1 £29.17.10 Aug 4 1735
Received from: Thomas Morgan, Francis Stallings.
Payments to: Adderton Skinner, Joseph Scarf, William Kidd, Robert Freeland, George Beck, Thomas Preston, William Allnutt, Richard & Samuel Johns, John Yoe, Thomas Rhodes, Benjamin Johns, Benjamin Tasker & Daniel Dulany, Esq., Gabriel Parker.
Administratrix: Margaret Morgan, wife of William Morgan.
===
Robert Heighe 16.79 A CA £417.3.7 £128.12.1l Apr 4 1738
Received from: Samuel Young, William Coster.
Payments to: Edward Reaynolds, Dr. John Hamilton, Robert Freeland, Thomas Reaynolds, John Richards, Bazil Rose, Josiah Sunderland, Thomas Morgan, executor of Arthur Jones, Suttain Isaacke, John Yoe, James Crauford, James Heighe, James Heighe (executor of George Beck), Benjamin Johns, Mary Parker, Thomas Rhodes, Benjamin Sedwick, Phill. Dossey, Althea Cockett.
Administratrix: Elisabeth Prindawell, wife of John Prindawell.
===
Ann Morgan 26.525 CA £45.9.6 Dec 24 1741 Apr 3 1742
Appraisers: John Wilkinson, Daniel Talbott.
Creditors: Richard Johns of Angelica.
Next of kin: Thomas Hillard, William Morgan.
Administrator: William Mouett.
===
Anne Morgan 21.253 A CA £27.17.6 Apr 29 1745
Payments to: Dr. James Somervell, Elisabeth Prindowell, William Morgan who married Elisabeth Margaret Morgan (sister), Thomas Hillard who married Elisabeth Morgan (sister), Thomas Morgan (brother), accountant who married Mary (sister).
Administrator: William Monett.
===
Samuel Griffen 52.77 CA £211.9.8 Dec 20 1752 Nov 22 1752
Appraisers: William Harris, William Allnutt. Creditors: Sarah & John Somervell John Beckett, Jr.
Next of kin: John Griffen Benjamin Griffen.
Executors: Thomas Morgin, Ann Griffen.
===
Samuel Griffin 35.188 A CA £211.9.8 £58.16.2 Sep 7 1753
A second inventory is cited in the amount of £38.14.2.
Received from: William Dawkins.
Payments to: Robert Yoe, John Rigby, Mary Parker, Benjamin Duke, Absalom Kent, Thomas Byrn, Joseph Willson, Jr., Petter Hellen, Thomas Morgin, John Gray (Cliffs), John Becket, Jr., executrix of John Bond, Isaac Freeman, William Harris, Ireland & Somervill, John Johnson (Joyner), George Howard, estate of James Somervill, Daniel Dulany, Esq., John Skinner.
Executors: Thomas Morgin, Ann Griffin.
===
Dr. John Somervill 35.252 A CA £1304.3.4 E203.9.4 Sep 8 1753
The amount of the accounts also included £12.3.11 in sterling & #5170.
Received from: Nathaniel Dare, Charles Claggett, John Austen, Henry Cowan, Richard Chew, Col. Georcje Plater, Alexander Parran, Charles Connan (merchant in London), William Wilkinson, Ann Mills, Parsly Binion, Sheredine Brown, Richard Averet, Alexander Frayies, William Pile, Charles Ballad, John Culpeper, John Skinner, Roger Brook, Benjamin Crainford & wife (unnamed), Obid. Dixon, James Mules, William Spellman, John Broome, James Frazier, Michael Taney, Ephraim King, William Evans, William Sailers, Richard Everert, John Price, Charles Graham, Roger Boyce.
Payments to: Thomas Morgin, William Iraland Clark, Ann Rousby, Mary Gardner, Peter Hellen, Henry Cullember, James Russell, Loan Office, Kinsey Gardner, Edward Dorsey, Robert Hewse, John Skinner, Ephraim King, John Gray (Cliffts), Iraland & John Somervill & Co., Robert Ford, John Johnson, George Maxwell.
Executors: Sarah & John Somervill.===
MORGAN, THOMAS, Calvert Co. 21 May, 1762; 9 Apr, 1763
To wife Elizabeth Morgan, all slaves that was her property, and my right to all that was in her possession on the day that I married her on this provisor: that she pays all her children, she had by her former husband, Richard Roberts, dec'd., their just dues by virtue of his will, or by heirship-at-law, when complyed with, they and their increase to her and her hrs. forever.
To give her the plantation where I now dwell, being pt. of Gary's Chance; at her decease, to my son Jonathan Morgan and hrs.; slaves and at her decease, to son Thomas Morgan.
To my dau. Mary Morgan, 2 slaves.
To my dau. Elizabeth Morgan, 2 slaves.
To dau.-in-law Elizabeth Roberts, 1 slave, to be divided amongst my 4 children: Mary, Elizabeth, Thomas and Jonathan. If wife refuses to stand by this will, I desire son Thomas should pass of the above-mentioned dwelling plantation, being pt. of Gary's Chance. Son Jonathan to have plantation where I formerly lived. Dau. Mary, shall possess certain slave, above given to Elizabeth Roberts.
Ex: Friend David Slater; trustee to sons Thomas and Jonathan.
Wit: Mary Wilson, Joseph Van Swearingen, Thomas Freeman of Cliffts. 31. 915
===
Thomas Morgan 81.214 CA £1052.8.5 May 12 1763 Sep 21 1763
Appraisers: William Allnut, William Harris.
Creditors: Thomas Reynolds Mary Morgan.
Next of kin: Elisabeth Prindowell, Leonard Prindowell.
Executrix: Elisabeth Morgan.
===
Thomas Morgan 5.33 D CA £425.18.6 Jan 28 1768
One-third of balance of estate of Richard Roberts devised by deceased to accountant.
Legatees: accountant in consideration for her paying off her children (unnamed) by her former husband (unnamed), Elisabeth (daughter), Mary (daughter), Elisabeth Roberts, Thomas Morgan, Jonathon Morgan.
Executrix: Mrs. Elisabeth Morgan.
===
Morgan, Thomas, Calvert Co., 3rd Sept., 1733; 30th Jan., 1733.
To child., viz.: Mary, Grace, Marcy, Allethea and Thomas, estate divided equally, to receive same as they come of age or marry.
Ex.: Brother John.
Test: John Dodson, George Howard. 21. 67. 
Morgan, Thomas (I091126)
 
70845 Settlers of Colonial Calvert County, Maryland
Morgan, Thomas; planter; acct.; 24 Oct 1764; extx. Elisabeth Morgan (AA 51.327)
Morgan, Thomas; acct.; 20 May 1767; extx. Elisabeth Morgan, widow; also widow of Richard Roberts (AA 59.248); 27 Jan 1768 (AA 59.253)
Morgan, Thomas; 28 Jan 1768; 1/3 of estate of Richard Roberts to accountant to pay off her children by her former husband, Elisabeth (dau.), Mary (dau.) Elisabeth Roberts, Thomas Morgan, Jonathon Morgan;
extx. Mrs. Elisabeth Morgan (ABB 5.33)
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MORGAN, THOMAS, Calvert Co. 21 May, 1762; 9 Apr, 1763
To wife Elizabeth Morgan, all slaves that was her property, and my right to all that was in her possession on the day that I married her on this provisor: that she pays all her children, she had by her former husband, Richard Roberts, dec'd., their just dues by virtue of his will, or by heirship-at-law, when complyed with, they and their increase to her and her hrs. forever.
To give her the plantation where I now dwell, being pt. of Gary's Chance; at her decease, to my son Jonathan Morgan and hrs.; slaves and at her decease, to son Thomas Morgan.
To my dau. Mary Morgan, 2 slaves.
To my dau. Elizabeth Morgan, 2 slaves.
To dau.-in-law Elizabeth Roberts, 1 slave, to be divided amongst my 4 children: Mary, Elizabeth, Thomas and Jonathan. If wife refuses to stand by this will, I desire son Thomas should pass of the above-mentioned dwelling plantation, being pt. of Gary's Chance. Son Jonathan to have plantation where I formerly lived. Dau. Mary, shall possess certain slave, above given to Elizabeth Roberts.
Ex: Friend David Slater; trustee to sons Thomas and Jonathan.
Wit: Mary Wilson, Joseph Van Swearingen, Thomas Freeman of Cliffts. 31. 915
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Thomas Morgan 81.214 CA £1052.8.5 May 12 1763 Sep 21 1763
Appraisers: William Allnut, William Harris.
Creditors: Thomas Reynolds Mary Morgan.
Next of kin: Elisabeth Prindowell, Leonard Prindowell.
Executrix: Elisabeth Morgan. 
Heighe, Elizabeth (I109888)
 
70846 Sewall, Charles, St. Mary's County, 8th Aug., 1741; 27th April, 1742,
Land not entailed to be sold including 1000 A. due test. by warrant, for payment of debts and support of wife Eleanor and child. as long as they remain with their mother,
To widow [unnamed] and bro. Clement, 1/2 money allowed by County for tract "Darby" to be disposed of as per his Will,
Exs.: Wife and sons Nicholas and Charles.
Test: John Leland, Wm. Cavenough, Mary Cavenough, MCW 22.467. 
Sewell, Nicholas (I061820)
 
70847 Sewall, Nicholas, Jr., St. Mary's County, 28th Oct., 1727; 11th April, 1732.
To nephew Nicholas Lewis Sewall, personal estate at age of 21; shd. sd. nephew die during his minority, personalty to be divided among the bros. and sisters of testator living at decease of sd. nephew; also in event of the death of sd. nephew without issue, the reversion of tract where testator now lives, "Mattapany Sewall," will by law descend to testator, and is devised to Charles, second son of bro. Charles, and to his hrs. Shd. sd. nephew Charles die without issue, or during minority, sd. land and appurtenances to become right of nephew Nicholas, second son of Peregrine Frisby, gentleman. Rights to administer on estate of bro. Henry having been signed over to testator by Elizabeth, widow of sd. bro., and Philip Lee, Esq., her now husband by decd 8th Dec., 1725, testator makes over to afsd. bro. Charles all claims to administer on estate of bro. Henry, dec'd.
Ex.: Bro. Charles.
Test: Thomas Aisquith, Thomas Tolley, George Reade, Richard Hopewell. 20,37
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Mr. Nicholas Sewall, Jr. 16.554 SM £469.11.9 Aug 7 1732
Appraisers: Charles King, Robert Wiseman.
Approvers; Clement Sewall, Ann Sewall, Ignatius Taylor, William Stewart.
Administrator/Executor: Charles Sewall.
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Prince George's Land Records 1726-1730 - Liber M, Page 601
Enrolled at request of Clement Sewall 13 Jun 1730:
Nicholas Sewall of St. Mary's Co. gives to his son Clement Sewall a parcel called Hatch Horn Heath formerly in Calvert Co. on the west side of the Patuxent; resurveyed for 343 acres; also Sewall's Addition adjoining; containing 210 acres; also 3 Negroes, cattle, hogs, etc.; 1 Jun 1730; /s/ Nicholas Sewall; wit. Richard. Hopewell, Tho- Aisquith, Nicholas Sewall, Jr.; ack. St. Mary's Co. by Maj. Nicholas Sewall 5 May 1730 (sic); Richard Hopewell and Thomas Aisquith, Gent- ack. as Justices of St. Mary's Co. 5 Jun 1730; /s/ Thos. Brooke 
Sewell, Nicholas (I016246)
 
70848 Sewell, Cuthbert, 31st Jan, 1723/4;
7th March., 1723/4.
To sister Mary Green and hrs., interest in "Fenwick Manner," "Cudbirt's Fortune' and "Addition to Cudbirt's Fortune. "
To sisters Priscilla Head and Elizabeth Harbert and father-in-law Adam Head, personalty (including some due from Mrs. Grace Brooks).
To sister Mary afsd., residue of estate.
Ex.: Bro. Leonard Green,
Test: Stephen Mackey, Simon Sinnott, Elinor Sinnott.
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Head, Ann, St. Mary's County, 22nd May, 1727;
7th June, 1727.
To husband Adam, "Provention" during life; at his decease to two daus. Eliza. Herbert and Prissilla Head equally. In case of death of sd. dau. without issue, sd. tract to Eliza. Herbert and hrs.
Test: Edward Cole, John Holland, Mary More, 19.200.
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Adam Head 24.377 SM £69.11.6 Jun 22 1739
Appraisers: Charles Joy, Samuel Abell.
Creditors: Abraham Barnes, Jonathon Seale.
Next of kin: Francis Herbert, Elisabeth Herbert, Presilea Head.
Administratrix/Executrix: Anne Head. 
Head, Priscilla (I015872)
 
70849 Sewell, Cuthbert, 31st Jan, 1723/4; 7th March., 1723/4.
To sister Mary Green and hrs., interest in "Fenwick Manner," "Cudbirt's Fortune' and "Addition to Cudbirt's Fortune. "
To sisters Priscilla Head and Elizabeth Harbert and father-in-law Adam Head, personalty (including some due from Mrs. Grace Brooks).
To sister Mary afsd., residue of estate.
Ex.: Bro. Leonard Green,
Test: Stephen Mackey, Simon Sinnott, Elinor Sinnot 
Sewell, Mary (I010393)
 
70850 SEWELL, MARY, Charles Co. 24 May, 1761
10 Jun, 1761
To son Henry Sewell, furniture.
To grand-son Clement Sewell, some slaves, 3,500 lbs. tobacco.
To daus. Dorothy and Susanna Boarman, furniture.
Mentions son-in-law Gerrard Boarman.
To grand-daus. Mary Smith and Anne Boarman, furniture.
To grand-son Basil Smith Boarman.
To grand-son Henry Boarman.
To grand-son Ignatius Boarman.
Ex: Henry Sewell.
Wit: Grace Anne Pilkingtons, Benj. Smith. 31.356
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Prince George's County MD Will Book Liber T No. #1; 1797-1803;
Folio 424 IGNATIUS GERARD BOARMAN 12/11/1799 12/31/1799
"being weak in body & far advanced in years ..."
Bequeaths to:
1, Rev. Robert Plunkett --friend
-to have the sum of 3 pounds current money
2. Francis Queen --son-in-law
-to have Negro men "Harry" and "Phil" and 'Negro woman -Sarah"
-named executor and instructed to apply the sum of 5 pounds current money for the use of the poor
3. Anne Queen --daughter
Mary White --daughter
Gerard Boarman --son
-remainder of the estate to he divided among, testator's three children
4, "Henny --Negro woman
-in consideration of her faithful service to testator to have her freedom
Witnesses: Joseph Queen
Samuel Queen
Then came: the two above named subscribers to the will
Note: the testator signed the will in his own hand
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Prince George's County MD Will Book Liber T No. #1; 1803-1808;
Folio 596 FRANCIS QUEEN 11/14/1804 02/12/1805
"being Sick and weak in Body - - -"
Bequeaths to:
Rev. Robert Plunkett
-to have the sum of 5 pounds current money
2. Rev. Leonard Neale -friend
-to have the sum of 5 pounds current money
3- Rev. Francis Neale --friend
-to have the sum of 5 pounds current money
4. Anne Queen --wife
-to have the remainder of the estate both real and personal until testator's son Francis arrives at the age of 25
-for her support, and the support, maintenance and education Of testator's sons
-to have one third of the estate when testator's son William arrives at the age of 2 I
--named executrix of the will
5. William Queen --son
-to have one third of the estate
6. Francis Queen --son
-to have one third of the estate and should he die before coming of age then the share left to him to fall to testator's son William
Witnesses: Benjamin Lowndes
Mary Ward
Catherine Queen
Codicil to the will:
I . Anne Queen --wife
-executrix is instructed to sell Negroes or any part of the personal estate and invest
the money from the sale in bank stock for her support and the support of testator's sons. 11/18/1804
Witnesses; Benjamin Lowndes
Richard Jaumsey (?)
Samuel Queen
Then came; Samuel Queen
Note: the testator signed the will with his mark 
Boarman, Anne (I021402)
 

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