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

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71101 Waller, Sukey Married James Withers, December 7, 1757  Family F18439
 
71102 Waller, William Son of John and Mary, born December 24, 1751  Waller, William (I054326)
 
71103 Walter & Felly King 9-7-1816 Family F32780
 
71104 Walter Bayne was born in Prince George's Co.,MD, and died in Nelson Co.,KY. He was the son of 2. Ebsworth Bayne and 3. Susannah Middleton. He married Meek Anne Wade 22 OCT 1785 in Prince George's Co.,MD. She died Bef 1802. He married Margaret Owsley 18 MAY 1802 in Lincoln Co.,KY. She was born 9 JUN 1773 in Loudoun Co.,VA, and died 1840 in Nelson Co.,KY.

Children of Walter Bayne and Meek Anne Wade are:
i. Henry Hardy Bayne was born Abt 1786 in Kentucky, and died 1824 in Washington Co.,KY. He married Susannah Foster. She was born Abt 1786 in Virginia, and died Abt 1838 in Kentucky.
ii. John Bayne was born 1789 in possibly in Loudoun Co Virginia, and died 8 FEB 1878 in Nelson Co.,KY. He married Mary J. (Mrs. John Bayne) Unknown. She was born 24 NOV 1801 in Kentucky.
iii. Martha Bayne was born Abt 1790 in Virginia. She married John R. Moore 22 FEB 1810 in Nelson Co.,KY. He was born 12 MAR 1785 in Fairfax Co.,VA, and died 13 DEC 1858 in Bloomfield, Nelson Co.,KY.
iv. Susan Bayne. She married William Young 25 OCT 1818 in Nelson Co.,KY.
v. Thomas Bayne. He married Letty Marshall 16 SEP 1828 in Nelson Co.,KY.
vi. Sally Bayne. She married Uriah Sandifer Gregory 8 SEP 1818 in Nelson Co.,KY.
vii. Polly Bayne. She married Elias Sinclair 16 JAN 1820 in Nelson Co.,KY.

Children of Walter Bayne and Margaret Owsley are:
i. Catherine O. Bayne was born 24 OCT 1803 in Nelson Co.,KY, and died 6 SEP 1891 in Nelson Co.,KY.
ii. Nancy Bayne was born 1806.
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Source and info by others:
The major source of my Bayne information was obtained from the same source as my Hays, Lewis and Milton information: Robert P. Moore. Robert P. Moore is a very thorough and experienced genealogist from Lexington KY who I began corresponding with in late
1980s and into the 1990s. He has compiled an extensive work on our common Bayne family. This manuscript, Bayne of Maryland, Virginia, and Kentucky - 1989, is the exclusive source of the information I have listed below.

Walter was born in Prince George’s Co MD. He married (1) Meek Anne Wade 22 Oct 1785 Prince George's Co MD (later settling in Loudoun Co VA) and then (2) Margaret Owsley on 18 Nov 1802 in Lincoln Co KY. Walter died Nelson Co KY circa 1815/1816. He died
intestate and his estate settlement, dated 10 May 1816, is located in Nelson Co Will Book C, page 487.

The children of Walter and Meek Anne (Wade) Bayne were:

John, born 1789 possibly in Loudoun Co VA, married (before 1829) Mary Jane Storts in Shelby Co KY, died 8 Feb 1878 Nelson Co KY. Mary Jane was born 24 Nov 1801 and died 19 Nov 1870. Both are buried Chaplin Fork Cemetery, Nelson Co KY.

Martha, born 1789/1791 VA (according to the 1850 census), married John R. Moore 22 Feb 1810 Nelson Co KY, died (aged 63) 17 Mar 1854 Washington Co KY. John R. Moore, son of Jesse and (most likely Molly Milton) Moore, was born 12 Mar 1785 in Fairfax Co VA and died
13 Dec 1858 Nelson Co KY. Both buried Mt Zion Cemetery, Washington Co KY. For more information regarding this union, see the MOORE chapter.

Henry Hardy, married Susannah Foster 24 Apr 1810Nelson Co KY, died Washington Co KY. Susannah Foster was the daughter of John Foster.

Augustus C.

Susan, married William Young 25 Oct 1818 Nelson Co KY.

Thomas, married Letty Marshall 16 Sep 1828 Nelson Co KY. Letty was the daughter of Richard Marshall.

Sally, was a minor in 1816, married Uriah Sandifer Gregory 8 Sep 1818 Nelson Co KY. Uriah later remarried (2) Margaret Marshall 19 Jan 1832 Nelson Co KY and (3) Susan Seamon 1 Jul 1837 Missouri. He died 20 Jun 1856 Virginia City NV.

Polly, minor in 1816, married Elias Sinclair 16 Jan 1820 Nelson Co KY.

Catherine, (by his 2nd wife Margaret Owsley) born 24 Oct 1803 Nelson Co KY, married Peyton McMakin 2 Dec 1824 Nelson Co KY and died 6 Sep 1891 Nelson Co KY. Peyton was born 9 Oct 1801 in KY and died 27 May 1864, Nelson Co KY. Both are buried in McMakin Family
Cemetery (now destroyed) in Nelson co KY.

Nancy, (by his 2nd wife Margaret Owsley) born 1806, married Jeremiah B. Marshall 23 Feb 1826 Nelson Co KY. Jeremiah, son of Richard Marshall, was born 30 Dec 1798 and died 28 Nov 1860 and is buried in Mt. Zion Methodist Cemetery, Washington Co KY.
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LANE, James
15 April 1794. Appraisal of estate.
Apprs: Amos Fox, D. Talbott, Walter BAYNE.

Abstracts of Wills, Inventories, and Administration
Accounts of Loudoun County, Virginia, 1757-1800
Book E 
Bayne, Walter (I007551)
 
71105 Walter Bruce was living in 1668 (Norfolk Recs., 1666-75, p, 111), but died some time previous to 1690. In a deed of that year, by Abraham Bruce, he states that " he is the eldest son of Walter Bruce, then deceased," and also that his father's will " had been lost by those who had the keeping of it and no record thereof to be found," By law he thus became entitled to his father's lands, but in this deed he confirms to his brother, John,' the 600 acres on Bowman's creek, in Lower Norfolk county, which had been bequeathed John in his father's will. (Lower Norfolk Rec., 1685-95, p. 123.)
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John Bruce, married a daughter of William Keele (Lower Norfolk Rec. Orders, July 16, 1695] 
Bruce, John (I062856)
 
71106 Walter Carr, Jr. 19-1/2A.74 I AA £61.8.6 Sep 11 1699
Appraisers: John Atwood, John Gale.
List of debts: John Ford. 
Carr, Walter (I090994)
 
71107 Walter Carr, Sr. 21.98 A AA £45.3.0 £18.7.7 {1701}
Payments to: Thomas Hughs, Francis Perkins, John Chappell, William Cole, Samuell Galloway, Henry Wright.
Administratrix: widow (unnamed), now wife of John Wiley.
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Walter Carr, Sr. 21.136 A AA £61.1.6 £20.2.9 Oct 10 1701
Payments to: Samuell Gallaway, William Taylard.
Administratrix: relict (unnamed), now wife of John Willy (also Mr. John Willey)
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Mr. George Parker 20.67 A £907.2.5 £880.6.7 May 21 1700
Received from: John Browne, Murphey Ward, Thomas West, William Browne, Edward Harelock, Thomas Hughes, Thomas King, Robert Blinkhorne, Richard Clarke, John Bennett, Samuel Clewly, Jeremiah Sherredyne, James Martyne, Richard Harrson, Thomas Willson, William Hutchison, Fra. Collyer, Thomas Amaly, Hen. Mitchell, Maj. Nem. Beale, John Howard, Roger Brook, Capt. Henry Hanslapp, Math. Hughes, John Gray, Leonard Coats, John Walters, Thomas Burford, Walter Carr, Robert Arme and Richard Thornebury, John goodly, Richard Thornebury, William Edmonds, William Groves, John Thornebury, Thomas Hooker, Richard Conant, James Murrey, John Merriton, Hugh Gill, Fra. Lewgar, Charles Rigal (?), Samuel Chew, Edward Talbot, Jonathon Harwood, John Scott, John Wagstaffe, Samuel Thomas, Edward Burford, Nehemia Birkhead, Ann Be, Fra. Mead, Math. Howard, John Shod (?), Math. Beale, Ann Jones, Miles Gibson, John Browne, John Lanham, Michell Taney, Fran. Manking, Joseph Harrson.
Payments to: Mr. Henry Fernly, Thomas Hughes, Dr. More, Col. William Burges.
Executrix: Mrs. Catherine Montgomery. 
Carr, Walter (I092315)
 
71108 Walter Carr, Sr. 21.98 A AA £45.3.0 £18.7.7 {1701}
Payments to: Thomas Hughs, Francis Perkins, John Chappell, William Cole, Samuell Galloway, Henry Wright.
Administratrix: widow (unnamed), now wife of John Wiley.
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Walter Carr, Sr. 21.136 A AA £61.1.6 £20.2.9 Oct 10 1701
Payments to: Samuell Gallaway, William Taylard.
Administratrix: relict (unnamed), now wife of John Willy (also Mr. John Willey) 
Wiley, John (I092317)
 
71109 WALTER DENT 1744-1794
m ELIZABETH MONTGOMERY 1764
108 - Thomas
109 - Chloe Hanson
110 - Jane
111 - Walter C.
112 - Mark Winnett
113 - Anne
114 - Richard
115 - Absolam
116 - John
117 - Jane

111 - WALTER C DENT 1772-1836
m ANNE BEALL
156 - Louisa
157 - Harriet
158 - Malcolm
159 - Walter
160 - Amelia
161 - Anne Tatum
162 - Phella B.
163 - Otho B.
164 - Cloe S.

112 - MARK WINNETT DENT 1773-1837
m1 ELIZABETH FURGUSON
m2 NANCY GARRETT
165 - Lewis
166 - Joab
167 - Anne
168 - William
169 - Samuel
170 - Cyprus
171 - Elizabeth
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pg 4 ST. JOHN'S AND PRINCE GEORGE'S PARISHES CENSUS OF 1776

Margaret, Montgomery age 29
in household of
Walter Dent 32
Elizabeth Dent 35 {Elizabeth Burrell}
Cloe Dent age 9
Jane Dent age 5
Walter C Dent 4
Anne Dent age 2
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DENT, PETER, SR. Prince Georgets Co. 5 Oct 1757; 23 Nov 1757
Wifes Mary.
Children: Elizabeth. Peter, William, Mary Beall, Lucy Hardy, Ann, Thomas, Walter, Eleanor, Barbara and Richard.
Mentioned: Joseph Marlowe, Thomas Tenants.
Land in Frederick Co. to William Dent.
Tracts "Whitehaven." "The Barrens" to the main swamp at: Mattawoman,
A paper, dated 5 Oct. 1757, came with the will.
Extx: Mary Dent.
Wit: Wm. Truman Stoddart, Kenelm Truman, Richard Truman Stoddart.
Mary Dent., widow of Peter Dent, refused to adm will 30.386
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Lucinda Sherwood 123.10 CH £7.1.6 Jun 9 1775 Aug 22 1775
Appraisers: Walter Dent, Richard Dent.
Creditors: John Addams.
Administrator; William Webster.
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Prince George's County MD Will Book Liber T No. #1; 1803-1808;
Folio 623 ELIZABETH DENT 0130/1791 09/13/1796
Bequeaths to:
1. William Dent (?)—brother
2. Basil Dent (?) --brother -to have Negro man
3. Mary Bealle --sister
-to have Negro woman 'Alley" and her child
3. Martha Dent --niece
-to have Negro girl "Sukey"
4. Agnes B. Dent --niece
-to have Negro girl "Nancy"
5. John Burrell --nephew
-to have Negro boy "Henry"
6. Richard Dent --brother
-named executor of the will
7. Anne Clark --sister
-to have the use of Negro woman "floe" while the daughters or daughter of testatrix's sister Burrell lives with her
13. Walter (Dent?) --brother
-to have either Negro 'Torn" or "Jerry"
9. Mary Burrell --niece
-to have Negro girl "Nancy"
Witnesses; Walter Dent Guy
Anne Guy
Then came: Walter Dent Guy
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Prince George's County MD Will Book Liber TT; 1808-1812;
Folio 24 RICHARD DENT I 1/10/1808 01/31/1810
Bequeath to:
l. William Beall --nephew (son of sister Mary Beall)
-to have all the land the testator possesses or has any right
-named executor of the will
2. Walter Dent --nephew (son of brother Walter Dent)
-to have the tun of $500.00
3. Samuel Dent --nephew (son Of brother William)
-to have the sum of $500.00
4. Theodore Dent --nephew (son of brother Peter)
-to have the sum of $400.00
5. Martha Tubman
-to have Negro boy "David" who the testator purchased from Charles Tubman
-to have 6 silver table spoons, 6 tea spoons, and a pair of tea tongs all silvcr
6. Polly Magruder—daughter of Col. John Beanes
-to have the sum of $400.00. 6 silver table spoons, 6 silver tea spoons and a pair of silver tea Longs
Witnesses William Dement
George Adams (mark)
Caleb Vernon (?)
Then came: Williarn Dement and George Adams
Note: the testator signed the will in his own hand
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1790-1791; Liber JJ2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 329. At the request of John Harris the following Deed was recorded November 15, 1790
Indenture made November 2, 1790; whereas Walter Dent, planter with his brothers Thomas Dent and Richard Dent were devised part of two tracts by the will of their father Peter Dent, deceased, called "Whitehaven" and "Addition to Whitehaven" and that on September 14, 1771 Walter Dent, Thomas Dent and Richard Dent did execute deeds of partition and that part confirmed to Walter Dent contains 339 acres and bounded by "Market Overton". Now this indenture witnesseth that Walter Dent in consideration of 678 pounds current money of Maryland paid by John Harris has sold his aforesaid part of "Whitehaven" and "Addition to Whitehaven". Signed Walter Dent in the presence of and acknowledged before T. Marshall, Wm Baker and at the same time Elizabeth Dent w/o Walter Dent relinquished her right of dower 
Dent, Walter (I002123)
 
71110 Walter Dent Jr was bondsman for Mar 1814 bond for Catherine's marriage to Henry Love)] Dent, Catherine (I076340)
 
71111 Walter Drummond Bayne - Son of Walter and Harrriet Bayne- Born March 24, 1827 Died Apr. 27, 1827.

Harriette E. Bayne- Wife of Walter A. Bayne - Born Dec. 3, 1805- Died Apr. 6, 1838.

Sally Anne Bayne - Daughter of D. & H. E. Bayne - Born June 4, 1822 Died July 13, 1832.

Edward Bayne - Son of Walter and Harriet Bayne - Born Apr. 12, 1828 Died Sept. 20, 1836.

URL (Click on link) http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/VHI/html/02/0090.html Report Home Page
Title survey report, Joynes burying ground at Mt. Prospect: research made by National Youth Administration.
Other Title Joynes burying ground at Mount Prospect
Material 2 leaves.
Gen. note Map location number: AC217
Class: Burying ground
Date: 1794 (date of oldest grave)
Location: Onancock, Virginia.
Cemetery includes the following family names: Joynes and Bayne
Includes information from tombstone inscriptions.
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=== mentioned in his grandfathers will
Prince George's County MD Will Book; 1823-1827; Folio 408
WILLIAM BAYNE 07/14/1826; 11/11/1826
"being in perfect health ..."
Bequeaths to:
1. William Briscoe Bayne --grandson
-to have 5 tracts or parcels of land being the plantation whereon the testator now lives which is part of "The Lodge Manor" purchased by the testator from the late Dr. William Baker and another tract or parcel purchased by the testator from James Hawkins, another tractor parcel taken up by the testator called "Tinley's Overthrow" and another tract of land or parcel called "Hunter's Kindness" and another tract or parcel of land which the testator purchased from John Humphreys being a part of a tract of land called "Radford's Chance" --to have the above subject to provision
-to have the testator's still
2. Judith C. Bayne --daughter-in-law
-to have and return the lands left to William and to have the use and benefit of the said lands during her life or widowhood
-to have Negroes "Daniel" and "Mary" during her widowhood and at her death or remarriage to be divided among her four children, Eleanor A., Martha E., Gracy B and William B. Bayne
-named executrix of the will
3. Walter D. Bayne --grandson
-to have Negro "Davy"
4. Colmore Baynes --grandson
-to have Negro man "Isaac"
-Colmore and Walter to have $250.00 each and release the note the testator holds against them
5. Elizabeth Pierce --granddaughter
-to have the sum of $150.00
6. Elizabeth Dawson --daughter
-to have the sum of $300.00
-to have Negro men "George" and "Ellis" -the last named man is in her possession
7. Martha H. Price --daughter
-to have the sum of $300.00
-to have Negro man "Ben" and Negro woman "Milly"
8. Katherine Gassaway --granddaughter
-to have Negro girl "Harriet" Negro woman "Delsy" and her child
and who are now in her possession
-to have 1 feather bed and fum such as the testator leaves in the house at his death
9. Sarah Ann Bayne --granddaughter
Martha M. Bayne --granddaughter {daughters of son Colmore
-to have the sum of$300.00 each and should either die w/out issue, then the survivor to have the whole, also to have 1 bed and fum to each
10. Eleanor Ann Bayne --granddaughter
-to have Negro woman "Sophy"
11. Martha E. Bayne --granddaughter
-to have 2 Negro girls "Eliza" and "Betsy Ann"
12. William B. Bayne --grandson
-to have Negro girl "Milly" and Negro man "Henson"
13. Grace B. Bayne --granddaughter
-to have Negro girl "Harriet" and Negro boy "Henry"
14. Capt. Samuel Dawson --grandson
-to have Negro man "Johnson" on the condition he pay his mother
the sum of$10.00 annnually should she require it.
15. William B. Pierce --great grandson
-to have the sum of $50.00
16. "Harry" --Negro man
-to be free and executor to take care of him when he is no longer
able to procure a livelihood, and to be discharged from slavery at the Christmas following the testator's death and to have a suit of clothes.
17. Ann E. Marlow --granddaughter
-after all notes, debts, etc. due the testator are collected and legacies paid the remainder to be divided among the children of testator's son William Bayne being Ann, Eleanor A., Marthan E., Grace B. and William B. Bayne
Witnesses: Francis Edelen
Thomas Sheriff
Francis Cox (mark)
Codicil to the will:
1. Eleanor A. Bayne --granddaughter
Martha A. Bayne --granddaughter
Grace B. Bayne --granddaughter
-to have a home on the lands given to testator's grandson William B. Bayne during their single lives and the lands to be retained by their mother Judith Bayne during her widowhood
Witnesses: Francis Edelen
Frace Cox (mark)
Then came: Francis Edelen and Francis Cox
Note: the testator signed the will and codicil with his mark 
Bayne, Walter Drummond (I009474)
 
71112 Walter Drummond Bayne died 7 MAR 1839 in "Mount Prospect", Accomack County, Virginia.. He married Harriet Elizabeth Robinson Joynes 23 DEC 1823 in ( Bond mrac-19 ), Accomack County, Virginia., daughter of John G. Joynes and Anne "Nancy" R. Bayly. She was born 3 DEC 1805 in VSL bible rec. says 5-Dec-1805, and died 6 APR 1838. Joynes, Harriet Elizabeth Robinson (I009479)
 
71113 Walter Jameson, who died March 12, 1814, aged fifty-four years
=== Research Notes from Linda Reno

11/13/1831 (date needs to be rechecked): Receipt from Joseph E. Jameson to Luke F. Jameson, administrator of Walter Jameson for $1,857.17 in full payment of his distribution of the estate plus $16.66 for his share of the real estate at Piccawaxon sold by Luke F. Jameson to William Bateman. (Charles County Wills, 1825-1833, p. 84).
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Charles County Maryland Will Book AH-9, 1785-1788; Page 415.
Benjamin Jameson's Will.
I, Benjamin Jameson of CC, am well and in perfect health, sound mind and memory & understanding, but knowing it is appointed for all men once to die, do make this, my will.
To William Queen - all the land his father bought of my father.
To my wife Sarah Jameson - 150 £ currency clear of her dower.
To my son Walter Jameson - "the Clock I had from the estate of Joseph [Jameson?] and my Mahogany Desk".
To my daughter Sarah Boarman - a suit of mourning and a mourning ring.
To my 3 sons, Samuel Jameson, Thomas Jameson, and Raphael Jameson - all my land, beginning at a large poplar standing near the head of a branch, the beginning tree of a tract of land I conveyed to my brother, Thomas Jameson, running and binding with the sd branch, until it intersects a Run called Greens run; thence running until it intersects the land of Thomas Semmes, thence running out binding with the sd land into Zachia Swamp, and thence running and binding until it intersects the lower line of Hall's lot, thence running and binding up the Swamp with the sd lines until it intersects with the Run called Matthew's Run, now called Burch's Mill Run, running and binding with the first Run until it intersects the interior or back line of Boarmans Manor, thence with the Manor line until it intersects the land to the late Revd Mr. Isaac Campbell dead, from thence to a black oak, the beginning tree of a tract of land called Batsey's Delight (late in the possession of sd Campbell) from thence to the beginning. Also another tract of land called Timberwell, lying in Zachia Swamp, joining to a tract of land called Hall's Lot. Also, part of a tract of land, being part of a tract of land called Queen Mary, which I bought of Henry Joshua Jameson. If any of my 3 sons dies unmarried or under age 21 years, the survivors to have the afd lands, to be equally divided among them.
To my 6 children, to wit, Samuel, Thomas, Raphael, Jesse, Catharine, and Teresa Jameson - the rest of my personal estate.
To my 2 daughters, Catharine and Teresa Jameson - the use of my dwelling house and fire wood to support them during their single state.
Executors: my sons Walter and Raphael.
Signed Jul 13, 1785 - Benja Jameson. Wit - Thomas Evans, Gustavus Nally, Ignatius Semmes.
Probated on Sep 24, 1787 by oath executors and by the oaths of witnesses Evans and Semmes.
Sep 1787. I do here "asserify" that I stand to my husband, Benj Jameson's will. Signed - Sarah Jameson.
Sep 24, 1787. Then did Joseph Boarman make oath that [who not stated) signed the within paper. Signed - Dan Jenifer.
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Charles County Maryland Will Book AF-11, 1791-1801, {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 267.
Sarah Jameson, March 13, 1792; April 5, 1795
I, Sarah Jameson of CC being weak and low in body but of sound mind memory and understanding
To sons Walter, Samuel, Thomas, Raphael and Jesse Jameson, 5 shillings current money.
To granddaughter Catherine Jameson, negro boy Allen.
To granddaughter Eliza Jameson my knife case.
To my two daughters Catharine and Teresa Jameson all my household and kitchen furniture.
To daughter Sarah Boarman, fifty pounds current money that my son Walter Jameson let her husband Joseph Boarman have at my request.
To daughters Catharine and Teresa Jameson, fifty pounds current money.
To Reverend priest of this congregation, three pounds to give to the poor.
To three daughters, Sarah Boarman, Catharine and Teresa Jameson, the residue of my estate.
Executor: Walter Jameson
Signed: March 13, 1792 Sarah (her mark) Jameson
Wit - Leonard Edelin, Joseph Edelin
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Charles County Maryland Will Book AF-11, 1791-1801, {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 628.
Marmaduke Hamilton, Will, December 23, 1800; February 7, 1801
I, Marmaduke Hamilton of CC being in a languid state of body tho of perfect sound mind and memory
To my four unmarried children, viz; William Hamilton, Joshua Hamilton, Linny Hamilton, and Mary Hamilton, the crop of corn and pork now in the house.
To granddaughter Ann Posey, a heifer yearling of a motley colour and streaked back.
To grandson Samuel Hamilton, a heifer yearling, black except a few white spots.
To daughter Cloe Kindrick, a bed and furniture, and a heifer with calf.
To son William Hamilton, a red cow with her yearling, two steers, two sheep, three shoats, six geese and an equal part of the bed and furniture on which he and his brother Joshua in common lies.
To son Joshua, two heifers, one brindle the other red, a cow called teapot, one unmarked shoat, three geese and an equal part of the bed and furniture on which he and his brother William commonly lies.
To two youngest daughters, Linny Hamilton and Mary Hamilton, the residue of my estate.
Executor: son William Hamilton
Signed: December 23, 1800 Marmaduke (his mark) Hamilton
Wit: Edward Briscoe, Walter Jameson
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Charles County Maryland Will Book AL-12, 1801-1808, {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 287.
Priscilla MacHorn, Will, November 23, 1801; August 22, 1805
I, Priscilla MacHorn of CC, being in good health, sound mind, memory and understanding;
To Anna Posey daughter of Zachariah Posey, all my estate
Executor: Zachariah Posey
Signed: November 23, 1801 Priscilla MacHorn
Wit: James Kendrick, Walter Jameson
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Charles County Land Records 1782-1786; Liber Z#3; Page 113. Dec 23, 1784 from Walter Pye of CC, Gentleman, to Walter Jameson of CC, planter, for 800 £ and 93,400 lbs of crop tobacco and for divers other good causes, part of a tract of land, lying in CC, bounded by a tract of land called Cornwallis Neck, Mattawoman Run, containing 478 acres. Signed - Walter Pye. Wit - Will Harrison, W.H. Jenifer (CC JPs). Eleanor, the wife of sd Walter Pye, relinquished her right of dower to the lands within mentioned. Recorded Jan 18, 1785.
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Charles County Land Records 1786-1790; Liber D#4; Page 306, Bill of sale, recorded at the request of Walter Jameson- I, Joseph Edling {Edelen} of CC, for 3500 lbs of crop tobacco to me in hand paid by Walter Jameson of CC, have sold to sd Jameson, 1 Negro girl called Henry_ Signed Jun 13, 1787 - Joseph Edelen. Wit - William G. Adams, James Freeman. Recorded Jul 3, 1788,
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Charles County Land Records 1792-1796; Liber N#4; Page 530. Power of Attorney. I, William Hall of Northampton County, North Caroling, son and heir at law of Robert Clark Hall, late of CC, decd, have, for sundry good causes, appointed my trusty friend, Thomas Marshall Dent of CC, my true and lawful attorney, to convey to Walter Jameson of CC, all that land in CC that was leased by John Pye to afd Robert Clark Hall dec. on Jun 15, 1768, called Thomas' Lott. The same land is part of a tract of land called Cornwallises Neck, and contains about 100 acres. Signed Jan 13, 1794 - Wm Hall. Wit - Lemuel Parker, Robt C. Hall, Wm H McPherson*.
Deed made Feb 24, 1796, from William Hall of North Hampton County, North Caroling by Thomas Marshall Dent of CC, attorney in fact for sd William Hall, to Walter Jameson of CC, for 5 shillings, he afd 100 acre tract. Signed -William Hall, by Thos M Dent, his attorney. Wit - Henry Barnes*, Wm H McPherson*. Recorded Mar 3, 1796 at the request of Walter Jam-son (Jameston).
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Charles County Land Records 1786-1790; Liber D#4; Page 592. Release, recorded at the request of Walter Jameson. We, John Guthrie and Mary, his wife, relict of Joseph Edelin, late of CC, deed, for 59 £ to us paid by Walter Jameson, release to sd Jameson, all dower that sd Mary Guthrie has to the messuages, lands, tenements, and hereditaments which belonged to sd Joseph Edelin at any time during the coverture between him and the sd Mary Guthrie, situated in CC or elsewhere, and any interest that sd John Guthrie may have acquired to sd messuage, lands, tenements, and hereditaments by virtue of his marriage with sd Mary. Signed - John (X his mark) Guthrie, Mary (X her mark) Guthrie. Wit - Danl Jenifer*, Henry Barnes*. Recorded Oct 14, 1789.
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Charles County Land Records 1792-1796; Liber N#4; Page 353. Bill of sale. I, James Simms of CC, for 100 £ have sold to Walter Jameson of CC, a Negro man slave named James, about 24 years old, and a Negro man slave named George, about 21 years old. Signed Jan 27, 1795 - James Simms. Wit - Thomas Sanders, James Freeman*. Recorded Feb 14, 1795.
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Charles County Land Records 1792-1796; Liber N#4; Page 445. Bond of Conveyance. I, Walter Jameson of CC, bind myself to John Tompkins of CC in the sum of 500 £ this Jan 1, 1794, to warrant that I will convey to sd Tompkins, by next Jan 1, part of a tract of land in CC called Tompkins' Purchase, containing 100 acres, now under the tenure of Mark Bourne. Signed Mar 15, 1793 - Walter Jameson. Wit - Neale H Shaw, William Dorrett.
I, Walter Jameson, hereby oblige myself to allow unto John Tompkins, whatever sum any of the 2 gentlemen, hereafter appointed by them, do value 24 acres lying within the lines of a tract of land called New York, joining Tompkin's Purchase, sold by me to sd Tompkins. Sd sum I am to allow sd Tompkins out of a bond for 140 £ given by sd Tompkins to me, "and not in proportion per acre for acre", as mentioned in sd bond for 140 £, for the land which sd obligation was given for. Signed Mar 15, 1793 - W. Jameson. Wit - Neale H Shaw, William Dorrett. Recorded Aug 19, 1795.
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Charles County, Maryland Land Records 1814-1817; Liber IB-11 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 377. At the request of Elizabeth Brewer Laidler the following Deed was recorded August 7, 1816
Indenture made April 9, 1816; Elizabeth Brewer Laidler and Catherine Chapman Laidler of CC 2 of the daughters and coheirs of John Laidler late of CC deceased in consideration of $580 current money of the United States paid by John Jameson and Violetta Barnes Jameson his wife of the city of Norfolk, Virginia have sold tracts lying in William and Mary Parish called "New York", "Edelen's Adventure", "Good Luck" and "Maidens Point" containing in the whole 217 acres which said lands were purchased by John Laidler from Walter Jameson and Teresa Jameson his wife and Joseph Edelen and Alice Edelen his wife. To have and to hold the aforesaid tracts for the use and benefit of them for and during their joint lives and after their death to the heirs of Violetta Barnes Jameson. Signed Elizabeth B. Laidler, Catherine C. Laidler in the presence of and acknowledged before Robert Crain, John B. Hungerford 
Jameson, Walter (I056516)
 
71114 Walter Phelps and Mary parents of Elizabeth Phelps dau bapt. 13 Dec 1730. Phelps, Elizabeth (I100222)
 
71115 Walter Phelps and Mary parents of Richard Phelps son b. 13 Apr 1706.

Richard Phelps (of Walter Jr. and Elizabeth) bapt. 12 Sep 1711. 
Phelps, Richard (I100191)
 
71116 Walter Phelps and Ruth parents of George Phelps son b. 4 Jul 1730. Phelps, George (I100218)
 
71117 Walter Phelps and Ruth parents of Ruth Phelps dau bapt. 15 May 1722
Basil son of Walter Phelps and Rose bapt. 18 May 1719
Walter Phelps and Ruth parents of George Phelps son b. 4 Jul 1730. 
Basil, Ruth (I100230)
 
71118 Walter Phelps and Ruth parents of Ruth Phelps dau bapt. 15 May 1722 Phelps, Ruth (I100190)
 
71119 Walter Phelps Jr. and Mary Bazill m. 9 Jan 1727. Family F40103
 
71120 Walter Phelps Jr. and Mary Cheney Jr. m. 1 Dec 1702. Family F27455
 
71121 Walter Phelps Jr. and Mary parents of Isaiah Phelps son bapt. 23 Mar 1728. Phelps, Isaiah (I100221)
 
71122 Walter Phelps Jr. and Mary parents of Walter Phelps son b. 14 7ber[fl 1703
and bapt. 20 Aug 1704.
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Walter Phelps 86.145 AA £12.15.0 Jun 18 1764 Feb 23 1765
Appraisers: Robert Welsh, Gassaway Watkins.
Creditors: Charles Hammond (executor of Philip Hammond), Joseph Cowman.
Next of kin: John Phelps, Mary Poole.
Executors: George Phelps, Joseph Phelps. 
Phelps, Walter (I100215)
 
71123 Walter Phelps Sr. bur. 5 May 1719. Phelps, Walter (I100212)
 
71124 Walter Smith 8.498 I AA £15.11.6 Nov 7 1685
Appraisers: William Forman, Thomas Freeman.
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Walter Smith 9.151 I £15.10.6 Nov 9 1685
Appraisers: William Formar, Thomas Freeborne. 
Smith, Walter (I090553)
 
71125 WALTON, William & Malinda RIGGS, 3 Oct. 1837, m by LC, b Adam Clore, c by father John Riggs, Campbell County, Kentucky

WALTON, William & Permelia RIGGS, 3 Feb. 1842, m by [ill], b Wilson Riggs, c by father John Riggs, Kenton County, Kentucky

LIPSCOME, Richard & Rebecca RIGGS, 20 Dec. 1836, m by EG, b John C. Riggs, Campbell County, Kentucky

RIGGS, John C. & Nancy BRIDWELL, 15 Dec. 1836, m by EG, b William Mardis, Campbell County, Kentucky

1850 Kenton County, Kentucky Census, page 181 household 740/747. 
Riggs, John C. (I012149)
 
71126 WALTON, William & Malinda RIGGS, 3 Oct. 1837, m by LC, b Adam Clore, c by father John Riggs, Campbell County, Kentucky Riggs, Malinda (I012150)
 
71127 Waple, Osmond, gent., Charles County, 10th Dec., 1717;
28th Dec., 1717.
To cousin Sarah Waple, 200 A. "Neck Pastime,' for the use of her son John and his hrs.
To Anne Gooman and hrs, 100 A. and 2 tobacco houses, "Healy,'s Plantation."
To Robt. Hanson, £ 20
To Col. Phillip Hoskins, residue of estate, real and personal, for the use of child. by his late wife Ann.
to wife Elizabeth, 1/3 of estate.
Exs.: Phil. Hoskins and Robt. Hanson, jointly.
Test: John Morton, Jeffrey Evans, James Russell. MCW 14.423.
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John Garrett 8.349 A CH £68.3.0 £73,5.10 Aug 28 1727
Received from: Mr. John Howard, Henry Tanner, Edward Shacklett, Thomas Fitzgarreld, Charles Adams, John Arthon, Benjamin Banister, Timothy Banister.
Payments to: James Lutwidge (accountant), Verlinda Harrison (executrix of Capt. Joseph Harrison), Mr, Daniel Jenifer, Elisabeth Waple, Henry Casick, Bennett Hoskins, S. Hanson.
Administrators: James Lutwidge, John Barker. 
Waple, Elizabeth MNU (I043842)
 
71128 Waple, Osmond, gent., Charles County, 10th Dec., 1717;
28th Dec., 1717.
To cousin Sarah Waple, 200 A. "Neck Pastime,' for the use of her son John and his hrs.
To Anne Gooman and hrs, 100 A. and 2 tobacco houses, "Healy,'s Plantation."
To Robt. Hanson, £ 20
To Col. Phillip Hoskins, residue of estate, real and personal, for the use of child. by his late wife Ann.
to wife Elizabeth, 1/3 of estate.
Exs.: Phil. Hoskins and Robt. Hanson, jointly.
Test: John Morton, Jeffrey Evans, James Russell. MCW 14.423.
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Mr. Thomas Waple 2.128 A CH £374.4.6 £154.13.6 Aug 6 1719
Payments to: Mr. Osmond, Sam Fearson, ------ Waple (sister of accountant), Henry Tayler, Mr. William Stone & Ubgate Reeves, George Liddle, Capt. William Carleton (sloopmaster), Daniel Liddle (sailor), Mathew Parks (sailor), George Harrisos (sailor), John King, Joseph Harrison, Roger Boyce, Dr. Abraham Barnes, Edward Lawle, Philip Long, Thomas Ingram due to John Andrews, Thomas Ingram, John Neale, Nicholas Cooper, Thomas Owens, Mr. Anthony Neale, Ralph Sumerfield (administrator of John Andrew), Henry Warten, John Hague, Alexander Contee due to Kennett Meckenney, Robert Hanson,, William Hoskins, John Chapman, Richard Chapman, John Haden, Dr. Gustavus Brown, William Muncester, Roger Elleston, George Dragon, Richard Lincicom, John Sanders, John Griffeth, James Waple, Stephen Eavans, William Badger, John Rogers on action against Daniel Kersey (dead), Robert Hanson, Joseph Maning, Jane Lowrey, Henry Wharten,
Administrator: Phil. Hemsley (brother). 
Waple, Sarah (I043846)
 
71129 Ward, Robert, A. A. Co., 25th July, 1709; 3rd Nov., 1709.
To 2nd son Robert, 100 A., dwelling plantation " Coxby," also 50 A., "Selby's Marsh."
To 4 Sons William, Allen, dau. Ann Ward, sons Samuel and Edward and dau. Eliza: Leeke, personalty.
To sons John, ex., and Robert and dau. Eliza: Leeke, residue of estate.
Test: Thos. Gassaway, Susanna Gassaway. Part 2-12. 192.
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John Ward (planter) 26.293 AA £64.12.4 Sep 12 1741
Appraisers: Thomas John Hammond, Richard Dorsey.
Creditors: Thomas Worthington, Thomas Reynolds.
Next of kin: Charles Yieldhall, Edward Hall.
Administratrix: Rebecca Ward.
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John Ward 21.300 A AA £576.2.9 £9.16.8 Jul 8 1745
The amount of the accounts also included £1.8.6 in sterling.
Received from (merchants in London): Mr. Joseph Adams, Mr. John Hanbury. Payments to: Samuell Hyde (merchant in London), Daniel Dulany, Esq.
Representatives: (unnamed) are of age.
Administratrix: Elisabeth Ward (Quaker) 
Ward, John (I072321)
 
71130 Ward, Robert, A. A. Co., 25th July, 1709; 3rd Nov., 1709.
To 2nd son Robert, 100 A., dwelling plantation " Coxby," also 50 A., "Selby's Marsh."
To 4 Sons William, Allen, dau. Ann Ward, sons Samuel and Edward and dau. Eliza: Leeke, personalty.
To sons John, ex., and Robert and dau. Eliza: Leeke, residue of estate.
Test: Thos. Gassaway, Susanna Gassaway. Part 2-12. 192.
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Robert Ward 31.48 I AA £221.14.6 Dec 3 1709 Feb 15 1709
Appraisers: Stephen Warman, James Lewis.
Next of kin: Robert Ward, Henry Lee
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Robert Ward 32B.150 I AA £123.0.5 Jun 29 1711
Appraisers: James Lewis, Stephen Warman.
List of debts: John Ward, Thomas Davis, Sarah Sterling, Thomas Gassaway, William Briant, Henry Leake, Walter Pumphery, Thomas Oram. 
Ward, Robert (I028117)
 
71131 Ward, Robert, A. A. Co., 25th July, 1709; 3rd Nov., 1709.
To 2nd son Robert, 100 A., dwelling plantation " Coxby," also 50 A., "Selby's Marsh."
To 4 Sons William, Allen, dau. Ann Ward, sons Samuel and Edward and dau. Eliza: Leeke, personalty.
To sons John, ex., and Robert and dau. Eliza: Leeke, residue of estate.
Test: Thos. Gassaway, Susanna Gassaway. Part 2-12. 192. 
Ward, Anne (I099910)
 
71132 Ward, Robert, A. A. Co., 25th July, 1709; 3rd Nov., 1709.
To 2nd son Robert, 100 A., dwelling plantation " Coxby," also 50 A., "Selby's Marsh."
To 4 Sons William, Allen, dau. Ann Ward, sons Samuel and Edward and dau. Eliza: Leeke, personalty.
To sons John, ex., and Robert and dau. Eliza: Leeke, residue of estate.
Test: Thos. Gassaway, Susanna Gassaway. Part 2-12. 192. 
Ward, Samuel (I099911)
 
71133 Ward, Thomas, Durham Parish, Charles County, 2nd May, 1730; 7th Aug., 1730.
To dau. Catherine Lemaster, grandson Thomas Lemaster and daus. Christian Pickum, Mary Goldring, Sary and Ann, personalty.
" son Thomas, ex., residue of personal estate and 250 A. dwell, plan. ---.
Test: John Franklin, Richard Davis. 20, 45. 
Ward, Catherine (I019418)
 
71134 Ward, William, Charles County, 26th Mch., 1685; 21st May, 1685.
To Richard, Mary, and Halalugha Fowke, personalty.
Wife Mary, execx. and residuary legatee.
Test: Jno. Halford, Wm. Crane, Jno. Baker. MCW 4. 155.
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William Ward 8.390 I CH £144,8,0 May 27 1685
Appraisers: John Court, John Possev,
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George Credwell 6,308 A CH #5154 Aug 21 1679
Administratrix: Mary Ward, wife of William Ward.
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Richard Foulke 5,322 A CH #12256 #12256 Sep 10 1678
Payments to: George Hilton, Richard Edelen (executor of Samuell Cressey), John Saunders, James Wheeler, Phyllip Lynes, Maj. Benjamin Rozer, Edward Mattocks (chyrurgeon), Henry Bonner from deceased as attorney to sue Richard Chapman, James Jefferson, Thomas Dammer, Capt. John Allen, Edward Appleby (fled out of province),
Distribution to: orphans (unnamed).
Administratrix: Mary Warde. Her now husband is William Ward, The deceased is her brother-in-law. Estate is unadministered by George Credwell (alias George Grodtwell) whose widow is administratrix.

Mary appears to be a sister of Anne Haggate (maiden name unknown). see notes of Richard Fowke.
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Samuell Raspin 8.75 I CH #29603 Mar 29 1681
Appraisers: John Courts, William Ward.
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Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 13 October 1664, Page 368
James Lindsey demands warrant against William Ward; debt value of 1200# of tobacco; 18 Oct
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber D, Page 75
Acknowledgment by Edward Swan and Susanna Swan to Wm. Ward:
17 Aug 1658; John Lugar, late sec'y to the Province, for transporting several persons, due land which was granted to James Walker, assignee of John Lugar, son of John Lugar; a parcel of land on the west side of Wicomico; called WALKER'S RUNN; containing 200 acres; /s/ Josias Fendall; recorded, Philip Calvert, Sec'y
James Walker assigns his rights in above 27 Jan 1658; /s/ James Walker; wit. Robert Hiscok (mark), Richard Grayner (mark)
John Piper and Sam. Dobson acknowledge ownership of the 200 acres by Edward Swan; /s/ John Piper (mark), Sam. Dobson; wit. Susanna Swan (mark)
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber D, Page 79
9 Mar 1668; Indenture from Edward Swan to William Ward; for 15,000# of tobacco; a parcel of land formerly granted to James Walker; /s/ Edward Swane (mark); wit. John Morren (mark), Jonathan Marler
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber E, Page 158
10 Mar 1673; Indenture from Thomas Wakefield to Edward Solley; for 7,500# tobacco; a parcel containing 100 acres at the head of Wicomico River lately in the occupation of John Kimbertton; near Walker's Runn and the road to Portobacco; part of a parcel of 200 acres sold by William Ward to Jonathan Marler; decd; /s/ Thomas Wakefield; wit. Robert Ingolsbys (mark); Thomas Hyatt (mark)
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber H, Page 275
31 Jan 1679; Indenture from Nicholas Belaine to John Posey; a parcel of land called Burlaine's Hill; for love and affection for his brother-in-law John Posey; a parcel called Belrrine's Hill; on the west side of Wicomico River; adjoining land of William Ward; containing 100 acres of land; /s/ Nicholas Belane; wit. John Ramos, John Coolidge, Clebome Lomax

=== Contributed by Ralph D. Smith

Mar. 6, 1664/5 - Francis Pope and William Ward (makes his mark) witness a power of attorney from John Sheppard mariner to Abraham Rowse of Charles Co.
Source: Archives of Maryland, Vol. 49, p. 461.

Oct. 27, 1665 - William Ward and Henry Thompson witness Edith Bayne's agreement to marry Jonathan Marler.
Source: Archives of Maryland, Vol. 57, p. 433.
Comment: County not given but Marler's 1673 Charles Co. will at Maryland Calendar of Wills, Vol. 1, p. 75.

Sep. 7, 1666 - Walter Bayne transported William Ward and several other persons for which he received 750 acres which became "Durham" in Charles Co. (reported in the case, John Diggs, lessor of Thomas Nelson vs. John Beale which is on appeal before the Maryland Court of Appeals in Feb. 1728/9)
Source: Archives of Maryland, Vol. 77, p. 593.

June 2, 1669 - Edward Tanshall bound to His Lordship to prosecute Nicholas Cheany and William Ward for the felonious taking of certain goods from him.
Source: Archives of Maryland, Vol. 57, p. 452.
Comment: County not given. Cheany's county of residence not found; Tanshall is found in 1674-1678 estate records in Charles Co.(Charles Gregory, Thomas Butler) and St. Mary's Co. (Edward Conary.)

1676 - William Ward is on a Charles Co., Md. commission.
Source: Archives of Maryland, Vol. 51, p. 185.

Sep. 1, 1677 - Maj. Benjamin Rozer (Charles Co.) exhibited oath of Mary Credwell administratrix of Richard Fowke (Charles Co.), sworn on Sep. 1, 1677. Bondsmen (Charles Co.): Francis Wyne, William Ward.
Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 9A, pp. 318-19.

Mar. 1677/8 - William Ward is on the jury in the case, Lord Proprietary vs. Robert Glow, servant of Philip Lines, for theft. The jury finds Glow guilty; 21 lashes on his bare back well laid on.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber G, p. 120.


June 13, 1678 - Mary Warde, Charles Co., relict and executrix of George Grodtwell, Charles Co., and sister and administratrix of Richard Foulkes, Calvert Co. [sic; Charles Co.] unadministered by said George exhibited inventory, by her now husband William Warde and accounts.
Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 10, pp. 138-9.

Oct. 14, 1678 - Exhibited from Charles Co., accounts of Mary Ward administratrix of Richard Foukes, Charles Co. Said Mary Ward administratrix of Richard Foulkes was granted discharge. Francis Teyne is bound to William Ward who married Mary for residue due to orphans.
Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 10, pp. 301-2.

1679 - William Ward is on a Charles Co., Md. commission.
Source: Archives of Maryland, Vol. 51, pp. 297-8.

Aug. 21, 1679 - William Ward, Charles Co., who married Mary relict and administratrix of George Credwell exhibited accounts. William Ward, Charles Co., who married Mary relict and administratrix of George Credwell administrator of Richard Fowkes exhibited accounts.
Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 11, p. 173.

Nov. 11, 1679 - Commissioners of Charles Co. summoned Mary Ward administratrix of Richard Fowke and examined her accounts and took her oath.
Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 11, p. 310.

July 22, 1680 - John Fanning of Charles Co. exhibited the bond of Bridgett Ingelesbie, Charles Co., administratrix of Edward Philpott, with sureties William Ward and Cleborne Lomax.
Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 12A, p. 92.

Aug.-Sep. 1681 - William Ward.
Source: Archives of Maryland, Vol. 7, p. 212.

Nov. 1681 - William Ward.
Source: Archives of Maryland, Vol. 7, p. 249.

Oct.-Nov. 1682 - William Ward.
Source: Archives of Maryland, Vol. 7, p. 440.

1682 - William Ward (Charles Co.); paid for his services out of an assessment levied by the General Assembly for the public good in 1682.
Source: Peden, Henry C., Jr., "Colonial Maryland Soldiers," p. 367, citing Archives of Maryland, Vol. 7, p. 440.

Nov. 1684 - William Ward is on the Grand Jury at this Court.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber L, p. 18.

Nov. 1684 - In an action depending between Robert Carvill and Clement Hill, executors of Bodkine, plaintiff, and William Ward, defendant, of a plea of trespass on ye case, ye said action is continued.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber L, p. 69.

Mar. 1684/5 - William Ward is on the jury in the case, Hugh Mungurrah vs. Thomas Kearsey.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber L, p. 96

July 8, 1686 - Henry Hardy & his wife Mary administratrix of William Ward was granted continuance.
Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 13, pp. 360-1.
Comment: County not give but other records show Charles Co. This record shows that Mary m. 3rd Henry Hardy
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Charles County Land Records, Liber F#2, Page 35
21 Aug 1714; Recorded at request of Edward Philpot, planter:
12 May 1714; Indenture from Abell Wakefield, cooper, to Edward Philpott; for 3,000# tobacco; one-half [south side] of a parcel formerly surveyed by James Walker and sold to Edward Swan; from Swan to Wm. Ward; from Ward to Jonathan Marler; from Mader by will to Thomas Wakefield, father to Abell Wakefield; laid out for 200 acres; /s/ Abell Wakefield (mark); wit. Thomas Hatcher (mark), Phill. Hoskins, Jon. Fendall; ack. 12 May 1714 by Abell Wakefield
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Charles County Maryland Circuit Court Records, Liber H#2, Page 332
4 Mar 1719; Recorded at request of John Philpott:
1 Mar 1714; Grant to Edward Philpot who petitioned that James Walker, late of Maryland, was granted a tract of 200 acres; of which he sold 100 acres to Edward Swann who conveyed the land to William Ward who died without heirs; Edward Philpot obtained 27 acres of the land; on back of the deed: Daniel Dulany on the behalf of Edward Philpot, dec'd, contracted to purchase 27 acres and the land of John Bradsher alias Brachere which was seized of forfeiture by his conviction of "murther" [due to the wording of this document, the meaning is unclear]
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 294-49: WALKER : 300 acres; Possession of - 300 Acres - Philpott, Edward : Surveyed 21 May 1658 for James Walker on the West side of Wicomico River beginning at the land of John Cage.:
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary or Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 387-67: CUCKOLDS DELIGHT: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Philpott, Edward : Patent issued to Edward Philpott for 100 Acres of land being escheat to his lordship by the death of William Ward beginning at a White Oak standing in a swamp called Cuckolds Delight patented 10 April 1715: Conveyance notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 298-73: WARDS CHANCE: 60 acres; Possession of - 60 Acres - Hardy, Henry Surveyed 10 June 1682 for Wm Ward near the head of Wicomico river at the East Bound of the land late of Edward Swan: Other Tracts Mentioned: HAMIL DISCOVERY; Conveyance notes - Included in Resurvey of Hamils Discovery 17 March 1728 folio 415.,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 415-261: HAMILLS DISCOVERY : 20 acres; Possession of - 20 Acres - Hamil, John: Re-Surveyed for John Hamill, 17 March 1728, lying in said county. Patented to said Hamil, 4th Oct 1732.: {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, 20 Acres - Francis Posey from John Hamill; 13 June 1733,,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 369-56: WILTON: 400 acres; Possession of - 400 Acres - Vaudry, John: : Surveyed 20 Sept 1660 for John Pile and assigned & patented in the name of William Halbon the North side the main fresh that falls into Birds Creek: Conveyance notes - 100 Acres - Thomas Petite from William Ward; 8 March 1742 
Ward, William (I010007)
 
71135 Ward, William, Charles County, 26th Mch., 1685; 21st May, 1685. To Richard, Mary, and Halalugha Fowke, personalty. Wife Mary, execx. and residuary legatee. Test: Jno. Halford, Wm. Crane, Jno. Braker. MCW 4. 155.
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber M, Page 220
Portobacco Court, 8 Jun 1686; Servants presented to Court
Hallilujah Fowke, age 15, bound to Henry Hardye to age 21
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber P, Page 196
10 Jun 1689; Indenture from Richard Fowke, planter, to Thomas Warren; for 5s and a sum of tobacco; Warren to take care of Fawke for his natural life; to give a cow and calf to Hallaleujah Fowke at age 21; a parcel of land called Haggetts Priory on the north side of Piscataway River bounded by David Thomas, also Little Marsh; containing 150 acres; also Little Ease of 200 acres and God's Gift of 280 acres; /s/ Richard Fowke; wit. Wm. Hutchinson, Clebome Lomax, Edward Typton 
Fowke, Halalugha (I012536)
 
71136 Ward, William, Charles County, 26th Mch., 1685; 21st May, 1685. To Richard, Mary, and Halalugha Fowke, personalty. Wife Mary, execx. and residuary legatee. Test: Jno. Halford, Wm. Crane, Jno. Braker. MCW 4. 155.
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Richard Foulke 5,322 A CH #12256 #12256 Sep 10 1678
Payments to: George Hilton, Richard Edelen (executor of Samuell Cressey), John Saunders, James Wheeler, Phyllip Lynes, Maj. Benjamin Rozer, Edward Mattocks (chyrurgeon), Henry Bonner from deceased as attorney to sue Richard Chipman, James Jefferson, Thomas Dammer, Capt. John Allen, Edward Appleby (fled out of province),
Distribution to: orphans (unnamed).
Administratrix: Mary Warde. Her now husband is William Ward, The deceased is her brother-in-law. Estate is unadministered by George Credwell (alias George Grodtwell) whose widow is administratrix.
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber M, Page 220
Portobacco Court, 8 Jun 1686; Servants presented to Court
Richd. Fowke, age 18, orphan of Ri. Fowke to return to Henry Hardye; bound to age 21
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber P, Page 32
13 Nov 1688; Indenture from Richard Fowks, planter, to Richard Hes and Philip Mason; for 10,000# tobacco a parcel of land called Bartonzee on the north side of the Anacostia River; containing 500 acres; /s/ Richard Fowke; wit. John Knowlwater (mark), Richard Gambra, Clebome Lomax
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber P, Page 196
10 Jun 1689; Indenture from Richard Fowke, planter, to Thomas Warren; for 5s and a sum of tobacco; Warren to take care of Fawke for his natural life; to give a cow and calf to Hallaleujah Fowke at age 21; a parcel of land called Haggetts Priory on the north side of Piscataway River bounded by David Thomas, also Little Marsh; containing 150 acres; also Little Ease of 200 acres and God's Gift of 280 acres; /s/ Richard Fowke; wit. Wm. Hutchinson, Clebome Lomax, Edward Typton
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber R, Page 144
31 Dec 1690; Indenture from Daniell Smith of St. Mary's County, carpenter, to Henry Goodridge; for 6,000# tobacco; a tract called Lyons Hole; bounded by Richard Fowkes' Vaineall; containing 100 acres; formerly granted to Edward Maddocks by patent; /s/ Daniell Smith (mark); wit. John Wilder, Cleborne Lomax; ack. by Elizabeth Smith, wife of Daniel
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Prince George's County, Maryland - Land Owners at Time PGCo Was Formed - 1696: Tract Name: VAINALL; Owner: Fowke, Richard: Orig County = C {Charles = C, Calvert = V}; Patent Date: Jul 21, 1669: Ref: Libor 12 f 444 : Map Location: P-15
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Prince George's County, Maryland - Land Owners at Time PGCo Was Formed - 1696: Tract Name: LYONS HOLE; Owner: Maddock, Edward: Orig County = C {Charles = C, Calvert = V}; Patent Date: May 8, 1669 : Ref: Libor 12 f 448 : Map Location: P-15 
Fowke, Richard (I012535)
 
71137 Warden Ann Page 428 Inventory 1802-1808 Charles County MD Inventories & Accounts
April 3, 1807
$599
Priscilla H. Courts Administrator
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Charles County Maryland Will Book AF-11, 1791-1801, {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 498.
Asa Warden, May 10, 1799; June 11, 1799
I, Asa Warden of CC being sick and weak but of sound mind memory and understanding.
To wife Ann, all my estate both real and personal during her life, and after her death, to dispose of the following negroes that came to her as she thinks proper, namely, Bill, Delphi, Carline, Liz, Nat, Hamit, Washington, Patt, Little Fanny, Milly and Sems.
To nephew Robert A. Mills, after my wife's death, a tract of land called Cold, containing 118 acres, also negro girl Fanny.
To sister Sarah Winsor, negro Judah during her life and after her death to Asa Winsor, my nephew.
To Elijah Martin, {son of sister Euthan} negro Harry, during his life and after his death to his daughter Elizabeth.
To wife Ann, four hundred thirty one dollars in the possession of Doctor John Courts. Also the remaining property should be equally divided among the remaining part of any nephews and nieces the children of Thomas Winsor and William Mills, in such manner as my wife thinks proper, except a bed, quilt, three counterpanes, two pair of sheets, two pair of pillow cases, three towels, table linens, some china ware, and seven leather chairs which property came by my said wife, and for her to dispose of.
Executor: wife Ann Warden
Signed: May 10, 1799 Asa Warden
Wit: Benjamin Penson} Ward, William H{endley} Smoot, James Warden, and Frederick Nelson
===
Charles County Land Records 1796-1799; Liber IB-2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 358. Entry of Negroes: at the request of Asa Warden, the following Certificate was recorded April 11th 1798.
A list of negro slaves removed from Stafford County in the Commonwealth of Virginia on March 9, last into CC by the subscriber, which negroes he acquired by marriage with Ann Travers of said Commonwealth, to wit; Pat (28 yrs.) and her there children Fanny (8 yrs.) Millery (4 yrs.) and James (18 months). Signed Asa Warden on April 11, 1798.
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Charles County MD Will Book 1777-1780; Page 339.
Elizabeth Courts' Will. May 15, 1779.
The will of Elizabeth Courts of the parish of Durham and to my son John Courts - Negroes Sarah, Celia, Sam, Bet, Jane, and Hannah.
To my son George Courts - Negroes Roger, Sarah, Peg, Lucy, Ben, and Jim.
To my daughter Ann Courts - Negroes Pat and her child Betty, Charles, Monikey, Charles, Bob, and Nero.
To my son Daniel Courts - the land on which I now live and Negroes Daniel and Milly.
To my daughter Betsy Courts - Negroes Nel, Jacob, Cary, Adam, Sillah, and Ben, son of Monaca,
I want there to be an equal division of all my stocks & household furniture between the above mentioned children. If any of the above named children die without an heir before age 18 their share to be divided among the survivors.
Executors: my son John Courts and Kenhelm Stoddert,
Signed Mar 30, 1779 - Eliz. Courts, Wit - Quinten Ratclif, Clem't Thomas, Charity (A- her mark) Mattox.
Probated on May 15, 1779 by Quinten Ratclit and Clement Thomas, two of the witnesses.
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COURTS, ROBERT HENDLY, Charles Co. 1 Feb. 1774 23 Jan. 1775
To wife Elizabeth, use of plantation, tracts 'Martins Freehold", 'Liverpool Point," Haw Point." Verino" and part of "Thomas's choice for 19 years and for life If she does not marry and use of 6 negroes, 2 horses and all household furniture except what is given later, during life and all stock.
To youngest son Daniel Courts, the above lands at end of 19 years If wife marry, if not to have possession at her death, but If she die before 19 years is up above lands to be sold and money equally divided between my 2 sons John Courts and Robert Henly Courts, also to son Daniel Courts, Negro boy Daniel,, Negro girl Bett, Negro Sall and Negro Lydia.
To son John Courts, Negroes: Clem, Abraham, Tom, Monica, Peg and a boy Moses; a gun.
To son Robert Henly Courts, Negroes; Sam, Latiford, Suck, Charity, Henney, Rose; silver table spoons.
To son George Courts, Negroes: Rogers, Phill, Calla, Charles, Hannah and David; plus half of negroes to be given at wife's death.
To dau. Anne Courts, Negroes: a Negro woman Bess, Jenny, Casey, Lucy and Anthony, and other half of negroes given wife at her death.
My Executor at my death to convey to James Briscoe tract Crouch's Gift" upon payment of purchase money and Interest.
wife and Executor to have care of my children If wife marry Executor to take charge of children, their estates and to educate them.
Kenhelm Trueman Stoddert: ex.
wit: W. Smallwood; Hugh Hamil; Bennet Brawner.
Kenhelm Truman Stoddart appointed Executor refuses to act. 40.297 
Courts, Anne (I102962)
 
71138 WARDER, WILLIAM, Charles Co. 8 June 1773; 2 April 1774
To wife Mary Warder, extx., all of my estate during her lifetime.
To dau. Anne Warder, bed, pewter, heifer and 7 shillings,. 6 pence,
To son Phillip Warder,, heifer.
To Thomas Baker, 1 shilling.
To son William Warder, 1 shilling.
To dau. Anne Milstead, 1 shilling.
To dau. Charity Robertson, 1 shilling.
To dau. Mary Ratliff, 1 shilling.
To grandson James Warder, 1 shilling.
To grandson Henry Warder, 1 shilling.
To son Joseph Warder, ex., tract, "Lumber Street," 100 acres and residue of estate after his mother's death.
Wit: William Fairfax; Elizabeth Fairfax; George Dunnington,
The probate was taken in the presence of James Warder, heir at law and he did not object. MCW 39.602
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Chicamuxen: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 356-31: LUMBAR STREET: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Jones, Charles: Surveyed 3 July 1673 for Mathew Herman at a bound Red Oak on a plain on the South side of Mattawoman creek: Conveyance notes - Charles Jones for the orphans of Bowles Tyer, 100 Acres - Samuel Love from Samuel Tennison 2 May 1726,100 Acres - William Warder from Samuel Chunn 12 Aug 1735, 100 Acres - William Warder from Samuel Love 1 Jan 1737
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Charles County Land Records 1786-1790; Liber D#4; Page 490. Jun 2, 1789 from William Fairfax of CC, to Zachariah Martin of CC, planter, for 215 £ a tract of land called Merchant Taylors Hall, containing 139 acres, 1 acre thereof only excepted, containing-the-burying-ground reserved-for-that-purpese-to-sd-Fairfax-and-his-heire forever. Signed - Will Fairfax. Wit - Dan Jenifer*, Richd Barnes*. Elizabeth, the wife of the afd William Fairfax, relinquished her right of dower to the within mentioned lands. Recorded Jun 11, 1789,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Chicamuxen: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 355-27: MERCHANT TAYLORS HALL: 150 acres; Possession of - 150 Acres - Brown, Gerrard (Daughter): : Surveyed 6 May 1672 for Gerard Brown at a bound White Oak standing on the South side of Mattawoman Creek in Broad Neck Branch: Conveyance notes - 150 Acres - Francis Blanchett from James Keene 1 March 1709, 
Buckner, Elizabeth (I111091)
 
71139 Wardner, Warner, Andrew, St. Mary's Co., 5th Oct., 1660 ; 27th Mch., 1662.
To wife Mary, execx., land at hd. of St. Clear's Branch until son George attain age of 21 yrs. If wife should die, dau. Isabel to be committed to care of William Lucas, and son George to John Vankeck.
Overseers : Wm. Lucas, Wm. Cole, John Vanheck.
Test: Wm. Kelly, Geo. Mee. 1. 156. 
Warner, Isabel (I019582)
 
71140 Wardner, Warner, Andrew, St. Mary's Co., 5th Oct., 1660 ; 27th Mch., 1662.
To wife Mary, execx., land at hd. of St. Clear's Branch until son George attain age of 21 yrs. If wife should die, dau. Isabel to be committed to care of William Lucas, and son George to John Vankeck.
Overseers : Wm. Lucas, Wm. Cole, John Vanheck.
Test: Wm. Kelly, Geo. Mee. 1. 156. 
Warner, Andrew (I069362)
 
71141 Wardner, Warner, Andrew, St. Mary's Co., 5th Oct., 1660 ; 27th Mch., 1662.
To wife Mary, execx., land at hd. of St. Clear's Branch until son George attain age of 21 yrs. If wife should die, dau. Isabel to be committed to care of William Lucas, and son George to John Vankeck.
Overseers : Wm. Lucas, Wm. Cole, John Vanheck.
Test: Wm. Kelly, Geo. Mee. 1. 156. 
Warner, Mary MNU (I090744)
 
71142 WARE, FRANCIS, Charles Co. 8 Jan 1754
4 March 1754
To son Jacob Ware, Negro man Petter, Mulatto girl Charity, Negro girl Charity, Negro girl Sarah. Also 50 pounds paper currency after the warehouse account Is settledo Also half the live stock on the land where he lives.
To son Francis Ware tract called "Sycomy," 450 A., tract called "Hawkins Barrens." 171 A., "Moors Folly," 50 A.; "Come by Chance" on the vast side of the road that leads from Dr. Browns to Portobacco, 62 A., 'Moore Branch," 25 A.; 4 lotts in Charles Towne generally known as Portobacco. Also servant man Barnaby, Kelly, Negro man Sambow, Negro girl Sue, Negro child Edward.
To son Edward Ware, tract known as "Tattershalls Gift" In Durham Parish, 400 Am; Negro woman Moll, mulatto girl Easter, Negro child Sambow, horse and saddle when he arrives at. age 21.
To dau Susanna Luckett, Negro man Bangoe, cow and calf.
To dau Sarah Ware, Negro woman Jane, Negro girl Besse Negro boy James, horse, furniture.
To dau Elizabeth Ware, Negro woman Anne Negro boy Charles known as Bucks, Negro girl, Peg., horse saddle and furniture, 3.
To Mary Crismond, cow and calf and heifer,
To Aaron Crismonds, son of Mary Crismond, colt running In the "Old Fields. "
To Joseph Crismond son Of Mary Crismond, colt Anne Crismond
dau. of Mary Crismond heifer, Remainder of estate to four children unmarried, Francis Ware, Edwd. Ware, Sarah Ware, Elizabeth Ware,
Son Francis Ware, trustee and guardian of son Edward Ware.
Son Francis Ware, ex.
Wit: William Neale, John Brackan, James Hall. 29.83 
Ware, Sarah (I017344)
 
71143 WARE, FRANCIS, Charles Co. 8 Jan 1754
4 March 1754
To son Jacob Ware, Negro man Petter, Mulatto girl Charity, Negro girl Charity, Negro girl Sarah. Also 50 pounds paper currency after the warehouse account Is settledo Also half the live stock on the land where he lives.
To son Francis Ware tract called "Sycomy," 450 A., tract called "Hawkins Barrens." 171 A., "Moors Folly," 50 A.; "Come by Chance" on the vast side of the road that leads from Dr. Browns to Portobacco, 62 A., 'Moore Branch," 25 A.; 4 lotts in Charles Towne generally known as Portobacco. Also servant man Barnaby, Kelly, Negro man Sambow, Negro girl Sue, Negro child Edward.
To son Edward Ware, tract known as "Tattershalls Gift" In Durham Parish, 400 Am; Negro woman Moll, mulatto girl Easter, Negro child Sambow, horse and saddle when he arrives at. age 21.
To dau Susanna Luckett, Negro man Bangoe, cow and calf.
To dau Sarah Ware, Negro woman Jane, Negro girl Besse Negro boy James, horse, furniture.
To dau Elizabeth Ware, Negro woman Anne Negro boy Charles known as Bucks, Negro girl, Peg., horse saddle and furniture, 3.
To Mary Crismond, cow and calf and heifer,
To Aaron Crismonds, son of Mary Crismond, colt running In the "Old Fields. "
To Joseph Crismond son Of Mary Crismond, colt Anne Crismond
dau. of Mary Crismond heifer, Remainder of estate to four children unmarried, Francis Ware, Edwd. Ware, Sarah Ware, Elizabeth Ware,
Son Francis Ware, trustee and guardian of son Edward Ware.
Son Francis Ware, ex.
Wit: William Neale, John Brackan, James Hall. 29.83 
Ware, Elizabeth (I017345)
 
71144 WARE, FRANCIS, Charles Co. 8 Jan 1754 4 March 1754
To son Jacob Ware, Negro man Petter, Mulatto girl Charity, Negro girl Charity, Negro girl Sarah. Also 50 pounds paper currency after the warehouse account Is settledo Also half the live stock on the land where he lives.
To son Francis Ware tract called "Sycomy," 450 A., tract called "Hawkins Barrens." 171 A., "Moors Folly," 50 A.; "Come by Chance" on the vast side of the road that leads from Dr. Browns to Portobacco, 62 A., 'Moore Branch," 25 A.; 4 lotts in Charles Towne generally known as Portobacco. Also servant man Barnaby, Kelly, Negro man Sambow, Negro girl Sue, Negro child Edward.
To son Edward Ware, tract known as "Tattershalls Gift" In Durham Parish, 400 Am; Negro woman Moll, mulatto girl Easter, Negro child Sambow, horse and saddle when he arrives at. age 21.
To dau Susanna Luckett, Negro man Bangoe, cow and calf.
To dau Sarah Ware, Negro woman Jane, Negro girl Besse Negro boy James, horse, furniture.
To dau Elizabeth Ware, Negro woman Anne Negro boy Charles known as Bucks, Negro girl, Peg., horse saddle and furniture, 3.
To Mary Crismond, cow and calf and heifer,
To Aaron Crismonds, son of Mary Crismond, colt running In the "Old Fields. "
To Joseph Crismond son Of Mary Crismond, colt Anne Crismond
dau. of Mary Crismond heifer, Remainder of estate to four children unmarried, Francis Ware, Edwd. Ware, Sarah Ware, Elizabeth Ware,
Son Francis Ware, trustee and guardian of son Edward Ware.
Son Francis Ware, ex.
Wit: William Neale, John Brackan, James Hall. 29.83
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John Mannery 4.118 D CH £79.19.1 May 27 1765
Sureties: Francis Ware, Edward Ware.
Distribution to: Widow (unnamed, 1/3). Residue to 2 of children (unnamed, equally).
Administratrix: Mary Mannery.
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Charles County, Maryland, Inventories,1791-1797; Page 92.
George Keech Sr - Inventory. Late of CC, decd. ,Slaves: Stephen (about 40 years of age), Peter (about 40), Harry (about 9), Jacob (2), Kate (about 45), Sarah (infirm), Terra (about 17), Jane (13), Grace (11), Winny (6).
Total amount; 651.1.6.
CC. We, being qualified to appraise the goods and chattels of George Keech, late of CC, deed, do hereby certify the above to be our valuation on the same. Signed May 1, 1792 - Hoskins Hanson, Fran's Ware.
Kindred: Elizabeth C. Marshall, Sarah Turner,
Creditors: Matthew Blair, Saml Marshall.
CC, Jun 25, 1792. Then came Charity Keech, executrix, and made oath.
Certified by John Muschett, Registrar of Wills.
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Charles County, Maryland, Inventories,1791-1797; Page 349. William Whitter - Inventory. Late of CC, decd. Negro man Roger, Negro women: Monica, Lucy. Negro lad Gerard. Negro boy Edward. Negro girls: Charity, Teresa. Negro child Ann.
Total amount: 440.14.4.
Signed Dec 4, 1795 - Fran's M Ware, Elijah Green.
Kin: An (X. her mark) Whitter, Mary H (X her mark) Whitter. CC, Dec 28, 1795. Then came Theophilus Wathen, executor, & made oath.
Certified by John Muschett, Registrar of Wills.
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Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 405. [Jan] 10, 1764 from Francis Ware of CC, to Daniel of Saint Thomas Jenifer of sa[mel, for 40 £ sterling, a lot lying in Portobacco or on the east side of the road running th the s .. a store house n s being ied
.. Signed - Francis Ware. Wit - Walter Hanson*, Josias
Hawkins*. Acknowledged on Jan 10, 1764 by Francis Ware; Mrs Ann Ware, wife of Francis Ware, released her right of dower to the within mentioned lands. Recorded Jan 13, 1764.
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Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 440. Apr 5, 1764 from Francis Ware of CC, Gent, to Daniel of St. Thomas Jenifer of CC, merchant, for .. hundred and forty £, the several lots & houses that the sd Francis Ware now has in possession in the town commonly called Portobacco in CC. Signed - Fra's Ware. Wit - Jno Winter*, Robt Horner*. Ann, the wife of sd Francis, relinquished her right of dower. Recorded Apr 5, 1764.
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Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 548. Aug 31. 1764 from Francis Ware of CC, planter, to Anguish McKey of CC, for 230 £ sterling and for divers other good causes, part of two tracts of land, the one called Lichame, the other, Come by Chance, lying in CC, bounded by one overseers land now in possession of Mrs. Jane Contee, containing and now laid out for about 300 acres. Signed - Fras Ware. Wit - Thos Stone*, Josias Hawkins*. Ann, the wife of afd Francis Ware, released her right of dower to the within mentioned lands. Memo: the words 'Come by Chance' were interlined. Recorded Oct 28, 1764,
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Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 92. Bill of Sale. I, Thomas Hungerford of CC, planter, for 45 £ and 1000 lbs of tobacco, have sold to Francis Ware of CC, Negro Daniel, about 10 years old, and a Negro wench called Doll. If, however, I pay Richard Lee, Esq, the sums which sd Richard commenced actions against me, or indemnify sd Ware for becoming my special bail, then this bill of sale to be void. Signed Aug 14, 1766 - Thos Hungerford. Wit - Theophilus Yates, Benjamin Philpott. Recorded Aug 14, 1766.
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Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 514. Oct 22, 1768 from Daniel of Saint Thomas Jenifer of the City of Annapolis, to Ignatius Middleton of CC, for 350 £, the lots in Charles Town which sd Jenifer purchased from Francis Ware, situated on the west side of the main road leading through sd town, and all the houses, stables, gardens, and hereditaments. Signed - Dan of St Thos Jenifer. Wit - Thos Stone*, Frederick Stone, Geo. Stewart (a judge of the Provincial Court in Annapolis). Recorded Jan 20, 1769.
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Charles County Land Record Book S#3, 1770-1775; Page 331. Jun 2, 1772 from Francis Ware and Ann, his wife, of CC, to Henry Smith of CC, for 236 £ 5 shillings and for divers other good causes, part of a tract of land called Sickame, lying in CC, bounded by the south course of one Overseas Land now in the possession of Mr. Thomas Contee, containing about 225 acres. Signed - Fras Ware, Ann Ware. Wit - Walter Hanson*, J Hawkins*. Sd Ann Ware relinquished her right of dower. Recorded Nov 25, 1772
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Charles County Land Records 1775-1782; Liber V#3; Page 267. Jun 23, 1778 from Col. Francis Ware of CC, to William Whitter of CC, for 185 £ 10 shillings and for divers other good causes, part of two tracts of land, the one called Moores Folly, the other called Hawkins Barrons, lying in CC, bounded by the south line of a tract of land called Rosiers Refuge, now in possession of Mr. Walter Pye, containing and now laid out for about 106 acres. Signed - Frans Ware. Wit - Walter Hanson, Dan Jenifer (CC Justices), Ann, the wife of the sd Francis Ware, relinquished her right of dower to the lands within mentioned. Recorded Jun 23, 1778.
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Charles County Land Records 1775-1782; Liber V#3; Page 277. Jul 2, 1778 from Richard Lee, Esq, the Revd Isaac Campbell, Francis Ware, Josias Hawkins, and George Dent, Trustees residing in CC for the school to be erected for the Counties of St. Mary's, Charles, and Prince Georges at a place called the Cool Springs in St. Mary's County, to be called by the name of Charlotte Hall, by virtue of an Act of Assembly made and passed at a session of Assembly begun and held at the City of Annapolis on Mar 23 and ended Apr 19, 1774, entitled an Act to unite the Free Schools of St. Mary's, Charles, and Prince Georges Counties, and by sd act appointed to make sale by way of public vendue of the free school and land thereto belonging, hereafter mentioned, lying in CC, to the highest bidder, to James Key of CC, attorney at law. Whereas sd Free School of CC, with the lands thereto belonging, hereafter granted, was, pursuant to the sd Act of Assembly, after due and public notice and advertisement thereof, set up by the sd Trustees living in CC, for sale at public vendue upon the 2nd Tuesday in Nov, 1774, and at which sale sd James Key was the highest bidder for sd school and lands, now for 215 £ 9 shillings and 6 pence sterling by sd Key paid to the afd Trustees, and in consideration that sd Key has further secured to be paid to sd Trustees a further sum of 49 shillings sterling for each acre of the Free school land he, sd Key, shall recover or be otherwise legally put in actual occupation and possession, over and above 87 acres and 152 perches, after deducting therefrom all reasonable charges and expenses he may be put to in obtaining such possession, they, sd Trustees, have sold to sd Key all that parcel of land in Portobacco Parish in CC which was heretofore purchased by the Visitors of the sd County Free School from James Simms of the same County, and by him conveyed to them by deed dated May 26, 1725, recorded CC May 27, 1725, which sd parcel of land hereby granted is part of two tracts of land near the head of Port Tobacco Cr, the one called Round Hills, which sd James Simms bought of William Chandler, the other called Chandlers Invention, patented for the afd James Simms, both adjoining a tract of land formerly belonging to the sd William Chandler called Chandlers Hills, and contains about 100 acres, as by the same deed may more fully appear. Lastly, sd Trustees have appointed John Gwynn and John Halkerston, both of CC, their true and lawful attorneys, to enter and take full and peaceable possession and seisin thereof for them, sd Trustees, and deliver the same to sd Key_ Signed - Richd Lee, Is. Campbell, Frans Ware, J Hawkins, Geo Dent. Wit - Robert Young, Joshua Sanders (CC JPs),
On Jul 4, 1778, full possession and seisin was had of the land and premises by John Gwynn and John Halkerston, the attorneys within named, and by them delivered to sd Key. Signed - Rob Mundell, George Gray, Walter Hanson Jr, Richd L
Douglass. Wit - J Gwinn, Jno Halkerston. Recorded Jul 4, 1778.

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Charles County Land Records 1786-1790; Liber D#4; Page 135, Agreement, recorded at, the request of Zephaniah Turner. Sep 15, 1787, Francis Ware, Sheriff, of CC, hereby appoints Belain Posey of CC, Deputy Sheriff. Signed - Frans Ware, Belain Posey. Wit - Zeph. Turner, J.H. Stone. Recorded Sep 15, 1787.
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Charles County Land Records 1786-1790; Liber D#4; Page 233, Bill of sale, recorded at the request of Francis Ware. I, Edward Scott Ware of CC, for 500 £ sell to Francis Ware of CC, 1 Negro woman named Moll, 1 Negro boy named George, 1 Negro boy named Peter, 1 Negro boy named Charles, 1 Negro woman named Easter, 1 Negro boy named Henry, 1 Negro woman named Catharine, 1 Negro boy named Benjamin, 15 cattle, 28 hogs, 7 horses, 1 desk, 1 book case, 1 desk, 1 large case and bottles, 1 smaller case and bottles, 4 feather beds and furniture, 1 cupboard, 2 large chests, 3 walnut tables, and 10 flag chairs. Signed Mar 29, 1788 - Ed Scott Ware. Wit - Dan Jenifer*.
Annexed to the foregoing bill of sale was the following agreement, to wit, CC, Whereas Francis Ware stands bound for Edward Scott Ware in a joint bond to Sarah Fergusson for a considerable quantity of tobacco, and the sd Edward Scott Ware also managed the business as deputy Sheriff and
Collector for sd Francis Ware in the years 1786 and 1787, in consequence of which many defaults and amercements have been entered up against sd Francis Ware as High Sheriff, by the default of the sd Edward Scott Ware, and considerable sums of tobacco and money have been received by the sd Edward Scott Ware to the use of and on account of the sd Francis Ware, and not yet paid to sd Francis Ware, and whereas sd Edward Scott Ware, by his bill of sale dated today, has sold to sd Francis Ware sundry goods and chattels in order to indemnify sd Francis Ware from all costs, charges, and damages he may incur by being security as afd, by entrusting him with the management of his business as Deputy Sheriff and Collector afd, now it is agreed by the parties afd that if the sd Edward Scott Ware shall indemnify sd Francis Ware from all costs and damage he may sustain by being bound for him in any way, or by entrusting him with the management of the business as Deputy Sheriff and Collector afd, and in every respect save harmless sd Francis Ware on account of the premises afd, then the bill of sale afd hereunto affixed, to be void. Signed Mar 29, 1788 - Frans Ware. Wit - Dan Jenifer*, Jno Gwinn. Recorded Mar 29, 1788.
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Charles County Land Records 1786-1790; Liber D#4; Page 242. Apr 4, 1788 from John Barton Montgomery of CC, planter, to Col. Francis Ware of CC, Gent, for 100 £ all that tract or part of a tract of land called Pyes Hardship, situated in CC, which sd land is now in the tenure and occupation of Edward Jenkins, and containing about 21 acres.
Signed - John Barton (X his mark) Montgomery. Wit - Rich Barnes*, Henry Barnes*. Recorded Apr 4, 1788
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Charles County Land Records 1786-1790; Liber D#4; Page 272. May 10, 1788 from Francis Ware as Sheriff of CC, to Samuel Hanson of CC. Whereas sd Francis Ware, as Sheriff of CC (by virtue of a writ of venditioni exponas from the General Court to him directed' exposed to public sale about 57 acres, being part of a tract of land called Green's Inheritance, which was devised by Thomas Green to his son, Peter Green, which sd land the sd Francis Ware sold to the sd Hanson, he being the highest bidder for the same at 36 shillings and 1 penny, in consequence of a judgment obtained in the General Court by Brooke Beall against the sd Peter Green, (This land was bought by sd Hanson on Apr 22 last and the writ is returnable to May Term 1788). Now in order to confirm to the sd Samuel Hanson a title to sd land, this deed further witnesses that the sd Francis Ware as Sheriff of CC, hereby conveys to sd Samuel Hansom, the afd land. Signed Frans Ware, Sheriff of CC. Rich Barnes*, Henry
Barnes*, Recorded May 10, 1788,
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Charles County Land Records 1786-1790; Liber D#4; Page 278. May 16, 1788 from Francis Ware as Sheriff of CC, to Nicholas Lewis Sewall of St. Mary's County. Whereas the sd Francis Ware, as Sheriff of the County afd, did (by virtue of a writ of venditioni Exponas from the County Court to him directed) expose to public sale about 540 acres, being part of Rozers Refuge, which sd land (was purchased by Mr. Walter Pye from William Hanson, as per deed dated Jan 16, 1778, and recorded Jan 24, 1778 among the records of the County afd, Liber V No 3-1/2 folio 232, 3, & 4), the sd Francis Ware sold to the sd Nicholas Lewis Sewall, he being the highest bidder for the same for 600 £, taken by virtue of the writ afd in consequence of a judgment obtained in the County Court afd by John Cooke, assignee of George Mason, against Walter Pye, the afd parcel of land was bought by sd Nicholas Lewis Sewall on the 15th instant, and the writ is returnable to Jun Term 1788. Now in order to confirm to sd Nicholas Lewis Sewall, a title to sd land, this deed further witnesses that the sd Francis Ware conveys to sd Sewall he afd land, Signed - Frans ware, Sheriff of CC. Wit - Rich' Barnes*, Henry Barnes*. Recorded May 16, 1788.
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Charles County Land Records 1786-1790; Liber D#4; Page 309. Bill of Sale, recorded at the request of Colo Francis Ware. I, Roger Fowke of CC, for 18 £ and 7000 lbs new inspected crop tobacco to me in hand paid by Francis Ware of CC, sell to sd Francis Ware, 1 Negro man called George, 1 Negro boy called Saul. Signed Jul 4, 1788 - Roger Powke. Wit - Warren Dent*, Belain Posey. Recorded Jul 5, 1788.
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Charles County Land Records 1786-1790; Liber D#4; Page 390_ Assignment, recorded at the request of Henry Massey Hanson, Samuel Tubman, Zephaniah Turner, James Mudd, George Tubman, Michael Jenifer Stone, Walter McPherson Jr, Josias Hawkins, William Hanson McPherson, Thomas Andrew Dyson, Samuel McPherson, and Thomas Hopewell. Whereas Henry Massey Hanson, Samuel Tubman, and Zephaniah Turner, were sureties for me, Francis Ware, in a bond passed by me to the State of Maryland for the due performance of my duty as Sheriff, in the year 1786, and James Mudd, George Tubman, Michael J. Stone, & Walter McPherson Jr, were my sureties in a similar bond for the year 1787, and Josias Hawkins, William Hanson McPherson, Thomas Andrew Dyson, Samuel McPherson, and Thomas Hopewell were my sureties in a similar bond for the year 1788, and whereas there are many claims against me as Sheriff for those several years, which remain against me undischarged, and for which the several sureties respectively are liable, I, Francis Ware, wanting to indemnify my securities afd, hereby make over to sd securities, all books, accounts, bonds, bills, obligations, debts, dues, and claims which I have as Sheriff of CC, and all papers, documents, evidence, or muniments which I have relating to sd office. Signed - Frans Ware. Wit - Henry Barnes, Jno Muncaster. Recorded Jan 29, 1789,
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Charles County Land Records 1786-1790; Liber D#4; Page 392. Mortgage, recorded at the request of Henry Massey Hanson, Samuel Tubman, Zephaniah Turner, James Mudd, George Tubman, Michael Jenifer Stone, Walter McPherson Jr, Josias Hawkins, William Hanson McPherson, Thomas Andrew Dyson, Samuel McPherson, and Thomas Hopewell. Whereas Henry Massey Hanson, Samuel Tubman, and Zephaniah Turner, were sureties for me, Francis Ware, in a bond passed by me to the State of Maryland for the due performance of my duty as Sheriff, in the year 1758, and James Mudd, George Tubman, Michael J. Stone, & Walter McPherson Jr, were my sureties in a similar bond for the year 1787, and Josias Hawkins, William. Hanson McPherson, Thomas Andrew Dyson, Samuel McPherson, and Thomas Hopewell were my sureties in a similar bond for the year 1768, and sundry defaults and amercements and debts have happened, and sundry debts are due from me as Sheriff, for which the several sureties respectively are liable, I, Francis Ware, for 5 shillings to me in hand paid by the above mentioned sureties, and for divers other good causes, I hereby grant to sd securities, 3 tracts of land in CC, the one called Hawkins' Barrons, containing about 170 acres, the other called Mores Folly, containing about 50 acres, the other called Come by Chance, containing about 60 acres. Also the following Negroes: Ignatius, Valentine, Stephen, Jerry, Basil, Roger, Judah, Henrietta, Rachael, Sarah, Charity, Margaret, Henly, and Washington. To have and to hold, as joint tenants and not as tenants in common_ If, however, sd Francis Ware shall pay off all debts, dues, and claims against him as Sheriff, for which sd sureties are liable, and if sd sureties are indemnified and discharged of their securityship afd, then all right and estate granted herein,
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Charles County Land Records 1786-1790; Liber D#4; Page 619. Dec 23, 1789 from Francis Ware, as CC Sheriff, to Brooke Beall of Montgomery County, by virtue of a writ of venditioni exponas from General Court, herein conveyed is about 57 acres of land, being part of a tract of land called Greens Inheritance. Sd Beall was the highest bidder for ad land at 64 £ 2 shillings and 6 pence, by virtue of the writ afd, in consequence of a judgment obtained in the General Court by sd Beall against Peter Green. This deed confirms to sd Beall a title to sd land. signed - Frans Ware, late Sheriff C. County. Wit - Rich Barnes*, Henry Barnes*. Recorded Dec 26, 1789.
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Charles County Land Records 1786-1790; Liber D#4; Page 626. Bill of sale, recorded at the request of Francis W. Hawkins & Thomas Hopewell. I, Edward Ware Boswell of CC, for and in consideration that Francis Warren Hawkins and Thomas Hopewell, both of CC, have been heretofore become my security to Francis Ware, late Sheriff of CC, a considerable sum of money, and also in consideration of 10 shillings, give sd Francis Warren Hawkins and Thomas Hopewell, 1 Negro girl named Betty, about age 11, 1 Negro boy named Nace, about age 7, 1 Negro boy named Harry, about age 5, 1 Negro boy named Jim, about age 3, ard 2 horses. Signed Jan 7, 1790 Edwd W. Boswell. Wit - Richc Barnes*. Recorded Jan 7,
1790,
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Charles County Land Records 1786-1790; Liber D#4; Page 631_ Jan 30, 1790 from Francis Ware, late CC Sheriff, to William Kilty, agent, on behalf of the State of Maryland. Whereas the State of Maryland, to satisfy a Judgment obtained in the General Court for the Western Collector of the Taxes in CC for 14,000 £ and costs, to be released on the payment of 5724 £ 6 shillings and 1 penny with 10% interest from Dec 5, 1785 and costs, did sue forth a writ of fieri facias, returnable to May Term 1787, which was returned Tarde and renewed, and afterwards, did sue forth a writ of fieri facias, returnable to May Term 1788, directed to Francis Ware, Esq, then cc sheriff, commanding him to cause to be made and levied, sd 14,000 £ and 533 lbs of tobacco costs of suit, by virtue of which writ, sd Francis Ware, on Apr 23, 1788, being at that time CC Sheriff, did levy the following property, to wit, Negro Alexander, Linder and her child, 1 sorrel horse, 1 bay horse, a desk and bookcase, 2 law books, a riding chair and harness, and sundry other articles of personal property, one tract of land called Mankins Venture containing 54 acres, 1 ditto called Mankins Folly, containing 144 acres, 3 lots in Portobacco Town (#s 3, 5, & 6) 3 other lots in sd Town known by the name of Wares old lots #s 34, 35, and 36, on one of which lots stands a large 2-story house, not tenanted, and did certify to the sd Court at May Term 1788, that he had made the same as per schedule, which was in his hands for want of buyers. And whereas sd State of Maryland, on Jun 26, 1739, did sue forth a writ of venditioni exponas, returnable to Oct term 1789, directed to the sd Francis ware, Esq, Sheriff, commanding him to expose to sale the property so made as sd Francis Ware had made return to sd General Court. And whereas sd Francis Ware, in pursuance of sd writ, sold sd property at public sale at the premises on Sep 17 following, at which sd sale the sd William Kilty became the purchaser on behalf of the State of Maryland, in virtue of a power vested in him by the Governor and Council, agreeably to an Act of Assembly, passed at Nov Session 1788 entitled, an Act to empower the Governor to compound with the discoveries of British property and for other purposes, for 2545 £ This deed confirms the title to sd Kilty. Signed - Frans Ware. Wit - Rich Barnes*, Henry Barnes*. Recorded Jan 30, 1790.
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Charles County Land Records 1786-1790; Liber D#4; Page 637. Sep 11, 1789 from John Sanders, Esc, late one of the Coroners of CC, to William Kelty, agent on behalf of the State of Maryland. Whereas the State of Maryland, to satisfy a Judgment obtained in the General Court for the Western Shore at Oct Term, 1786, against Francis Ware (one of the securities of Charles Mankin, formerly a Collector of the Taxes in CC), for 14,000 £ and 533 lbs of tobacco costs of suit, did sue forth a writ of fieri facial returnable to May Term 1787 directed to John Sanders, one of the Coroners of CC, commanding him to cause to be made and levied, 14,000 lbs, a debt, and 533 lbs of tobacco, costs of suit, by virtue of which writ, sd John Sanders, on May 1, 1787, being at that time a CC Coroner, did make and levy the following property, to wit, a certain part of a tract of land called Hawkins' Barrens, containing 115 acres, part of Sickomi, containing 225 acres, part of Come by Chance, containing 60 acres, Negroes Basil, Margaret, and sundry other goods and chattels, and did certify to sd General Court at May Term 1787, that he had made and levied the sd parts of tracts of lands and the sd goods and chattels afd, to satisfy the sd State the debt, damages, and costs mentioned in the sd writ, which were in his hands for want of buyers. And whereas the State of Maryland, on Jun 26, 1789, did sue forth a writ of venditioni exponas returnable to Oct Term 1789 directed to John Sanders, a CC Coroner as afd, commanding him to expose to sale the sd lands, Negroes, and chattels so as afd made as sd John Sanders had made return to the sd General Court. And whereas sd John Sanders, in pursuance of sd writ, did
proceed to sell a part of the sd property at public sale on the premises on sep 8, 1789, at which sale the sd William Ketty became the purchaser on behalf of the State of Maryland, in virtue of a power vested in him by the Governor and Council, agreeably to an Act of Assembly entitled an Act to Empower the Governor and Council to Compound with the discoverers of British Property and for other purposes, for 498 £ 15 shillings, now this deed witnesses that sd, John Sanders grants sd William Ketly the lands, goods and chattels afd. Signed - John Sanders. Wit - Danl Jenifer*, Alexr McPherson*. Recorded Feb 7, 1790.
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Charles County Land Records 1790-1792; Liber K#4; Page 65. Bill of sale. I, Francis Ware of CC, for 42 £ 10 shillings, have sold to Jonathan Higgs of CC, 1 Negro woman named Catharine. Signed Apr 29, 1790 - Frans Ware. Wit - Thos A. Dyson, Henry Barnes*. Recorded May 10, 1790.
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Charles County Land Records 1790-1792; Liber K#4; Page 268, Receipt. James Freeman Bought at Colo Wares, sold for the use of the State of Maryland, 1 Negro woman named Margaret -- 35 £ 10 shillings, and 1 d Rachael & child -35 £ Total: 70 £ 10 shillings.
May 20, 1791. Recd of James Freeman, the above sum of 70 £ 10 shillings, in payment for the above Negroes. Signed - Wm Marbury, Deputy Agent to the State of Maryland, Recorded May 1791.
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Charles County Land Records 1790-1792; Liber K#4; Page 268. Receipt. Recd of Wm Whitter, this May 20., 1791, the sum of 52 £ 10 shillings, in payment of a Negro man named Roger, purchased at Colo Ware's sale. Signed - Wm Marbury, Deputy Agent to the State of Maryland. Recorded May 1791,
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Charles County Land Records 1790-1792; Liber K#4; Page 290. Bill of sale, I, Francis Ware of CC, for 120 £, have sold to Francis McKey Ware of CC, the following Negroes: a man named David, about 27 years old; a boy named Ignatius, about 14 years old. Also 4 feather beds and furniture, 1 large looking glass. 2 horses named Jimmy the Rover & driver, 1 black mare, 4 cows, 4 heifers, 3 yearlings, 1 calf, 2 steers, 1 bull, 1 yoke of oxen, 2 sheep, 4 sows, and 7 shoats, 1 ox cart, 2 plows, and plantation utensils, kitchen and household furniture that I am now in possession of. Signed Aug 5, 1791 - Frans Ware,
Wit - Wm Smoot. Recorded Aug 9, 1791.
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Charles County Land Records 1790-1792; Liber K#4; Page 412. Mar 26, 1792 from Francis Ware of CC, Gent, and Ann, his wife, to Francis McKey Ware of CC, for 40 £, a tract of land in CC, being that part of Sickamy and Hawkins Barrons conveyed by Francis Ware to Anguish McKay, exclusive of that part sold by sd Francis Ware and Ann, his wife, to Henry Smith, bounded by a line of sd Henry smith's (now George Gray's) part of Sickamy, containing about 177 acres 1 rood and 28 perches- Signed - Frans Ware, Ann Ware. Wit Henry Barnes*, James Freeman*. Recorded Apr 2, 1792
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Charles County Land Records 1792-1796; Liber N#4; Page 434. Jul 25, 1795 from Colo Francis Ware of CC, to Alexander Hamilton of Prince Georges County, for 150 £, a tract of land in Portobacco Parish and CC called Moores Folly, surveyed for Henry Moore on Nov 9, 1669, bounded by a branch of a swamp called Oversees Swamp, the southernmost line of the land taken up by Capt William Lewis, containing about 50 acres. Signed - Frans Ware. Wit - Henry Barnes*, James Freeman*. Recorded Jul 25, 1795.
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 333-222: PYES HARDSHIFT: 323 acres; Possession of - 323 Acres - Tuckings, Thomas: Surveyed 15 May 1703 for Charles Pye beginning at a bound White Oak on the East side of a branch called Jordan.:
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 320-135: MOORES FOLLY: 50 acres; Possession of - 50 Acres - Hawkins, Elizabeth: Surveyed 19 Sept 1669 for Henry Moore at a bound pockhiccory standing on the North side of a branch on a swamp called Oversees Swamp about the middlemost line of the land taken up by them by Capt. William Lewis.: Conveyance notes - 50 Acres - Francis Ware from John Lowe & Mary; 3 May 1727,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 318-118: MOORES BRANCH: 50 acres; Possession of - 50 Acres - Hawkins, Elizabeth: Surveyed 19 April 1662 for Henry Moore on the West side Zachia Swamp near the land formerly laid out for said Moore by said swamp.: Conveyance notes - Francis Ware from John Lowe & Mary; 3 May 1727,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 319-125: COME BY CHANCE: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Homes, Mary: Surveyed 20 July 1666 for Jacob Peterson in the woods near the land formerly laid out for Nathaniel Barton.: Conveyance notes - Francis Ware from John Lowe & Mary; 3 May 1727,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 332-214: HAWKINS BARRENS: 171 acres; Possession of - 171 Acres - Homes, Mary: Surveyed 10 Jan 1687 for Henry Hawkins (poss by Mary Homes daughter of said Hawkins): Conveyance notes - 171 Acres - Francis Ware from John Lowe; 3 May 1727,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 318-117: SICKAMY: 450 acres; Possession of - 450 Acres - Rozer, Notley: : Surveyed 5 Mar 1661 for George Thompson on the East side Port Tobacco Creek on the back side Simon Oversee's land: ; ; Conveyance notes - 225 Acres - Walter Hoxton (sp?) from Charles Digges; 10 April 1728, 225 Acres - Thomas Davidson from Charles Digges; 28 March 1728,225 Acres - Francis Ware from Thomas Davidson; 16 July 1735, 225 Acres - Thomas Davidson from Charles Digges; 21 July 1735, , , 
Ware, Francis (I017341)
 
71145 WARE, FRANCIS, Charles Co. 8 Jan 1754 4 March 1754
To son Jacob Ware, Negro man Petter, Mulatto girl Charity, Negro girl Charity, Negro girl Sarah. Also 50 pounds paper currency after the warehouse account Is settledo Also half the live stock on the land where he lives.
To son Francis Ware tract called "Sycomy," 450 A., tract called "Hawkins Barrens." 171 A., "Moors Folly," 50 A.; "Come by Chance" on the vast side of the road that leads from Dr. Browns to Portobacco, 62 A., 'Moore Branch," 25 A.; 4 lotts in Charles Towne generally known as Portobacco. Also servant man Barnaby, Kelly, Negro man Sambow, Negro girl Sue, Negro child Edward.
To son Edward Ware, tract known as "Tattershalls Gift" In Durham Parish, 400 Am; Negro woman Moll, mulatto girl Easter, Negro child Sambow, horse and saddle when he arrives at. age 21.
To dau Susanna Luckett, Negro man Bangoe, cow and calf.
To dau Sarah Ware, Negro woman Jane, Negro girl Besse Negro boy James, horse, furniture.
To dau Elizabeth Ware, Negro woman Anne Negro boy Charles known as Bucks, Negro girl, Peg., horse saddle and furniture, 3.
To Mary Crismond, cow and calf and heifer,
To Aaron Crismonds, son of Mary Crismond, colt running In the "Old Fields. "
To Joseph Crismond son Of Mary Crismond, colt Anne Crismond
dau. of Mary Crismond heifer, Remainder of estate to four children unmarried, Francis Ware, Edwd. Ware, Sarah Ware, Elizabeth Ware,
Son Francis Ware, trustee and guardian of son Edward Ware.
Son Francis Ware, ex.
Wit: William Neale, John Brackan, James Hall. 29.83
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John Mannery 4.118 D CH £79.19.1 May 27 1765
Sureties: Francis Ware, Edward Ware.
Distribution to: Widow (unnamed, 1/3). Residue to 2 of children (unnamed, equally).
Administratrix: Mary Mannery.
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Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 715. May 4, 1770 from Edward Ware of CC, Gentleman, to Josias Hawkins of CC, Gentleman, for 650 £ and 1000 lbs of tobacco and for divers other good causes, a tract of land called Tottershalls Gift, lying in CC on the north side of Patowmack River, bounded by John Marten, the mouth of Coles Cr, containing about 400 acres. Signed - Edward Ware. Wit - Thos Stone*, Walter Hanson*. Recorded Jun 12, 1770,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 322-147: TATTSALL: 60 acres; Possession of - 60 Acres - Smallwood, James Col: Surveyed 7 May 1681 for Michael Ashford adjoining to the land called MOORES DITCH at the exterior bound thereof at a White Oak standing by a run: Other Tracts Mentioned: MOORES DITCH; Conveyance notes - 60 Acres - John Smallwood from James Smallwood; 10 March 1718, 60 Acres - John Smallwood from Michael Ashford; 14 April 1726 
Ware, Edward (I017342)
 
71146 WARE, FRANCIS, Charles Co. 8 Jan 1754 4 March 1754
To son Jacob Ware, Negro man Petter, Mulatto girl Charity, Negro girl Charity, Negro girl Sarah. Also 50 pounds paper currency after the warehouse account Is settledo Also half the live stock on the land where he lives.
To son Francis Ware tract called "Sycomy," 450 A., tract called "Hawkins Barrens." 171 A., "Moors Folly," 50 A.; "Come by Chance" on the vast side of the road that leads from Dr. Browns to Portobacco, 62 A., 'Moore Branch," 25 A.; 4 lotts in Charles Towne generally known as Portobacco. Also servant man Barnaby, Kelly, Negro man Sambow, Negro girl Sue, Negro child Edward.
To son Edward Ware, tract known as "Tattershalls Gift" In Durham Parish, 400 Am; Negro woman Moll, mulatto girl Easter, Negro child Sambow, horse and saddle when he arrives at. age 21.
To dau Susanna Luckett, Negro man Bangoe, cow and calf.
To dau Sarah Ware, Negro woman Jane, Negro girl Besse Negro boy James, horse, furniture.
To dau Elizabeth Ware, Negro woman Anne Negro boy Charles known as Bucks, Negro girl, Peg., horse saddle and furniture, 3.
To Mary Crismond, cow and calf and heifer,
To Aaron Crismonds, son of Mary Crismond, colt running In the "Old Fields. "
To Joseph Crismond son Of Mary Crismond, colt Anne Crismond
dau. of Mary Crismond heifer, Remainder of estate to four children unmarried, Francis Ware, Edwd. Ware, Sarah Ware, Elizabeth Ware,
Son Francis Ware, trustee and guardian of son Edward Ware.
Son Francis Ware, ex.
Wit: William Neale, John Brackan, James Hall. 29.83
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William Luckett 67.216 CH £122.12.4 May 6 1759 May 14 1759
Appraisers: Francis Goodwick, John Hanson.
Mentions: John Luckett, Thomas Hussey Luckett.
Mentions: Daniel of St. Thomas Jenifer.
Administratrix: Susanna Luckett.
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William Luckett 4.48 D CH £137.18.10 Jun 30 1764
Sureties: Francis Ware, Thomas Husey.
Administratrix: Susannah Maddox, wife of Cornelius Maddox.
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Contributed by Shirley Middleton Moller
Charles County, Maryland; N #4. Fol 1

13th Dec 1792 Indenture
Between Cornelius Maddox and Basil Robey both of Charles County
for the sum of Fifteen pounds current money of Maryland
Tract called Squares Adventure lying in Charles County
Containing six hundred acres formerly taken up by George Goodrick
/s/ Cornelius Maddox; Wit: Henry Barnes, James Freeman
Recorded 17th Dec 1792
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Contributed by Shirley Middleton Moller
Charles County, Maryland; N #4.2

17th Dec 1792 Indenture between Susanna Maddox and Basil Robey both of Charles County for the sum of Ten pounds current money of Maryland Tract or pt of tract called Squares Adventure lying in Charles County containing six hundred acres formerly taken up by George Goodrick /s/ Susanna her mark Maddox;
Wit: Henry Barnes, James Freeman
Recorded 17th Dec 1792
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Charles County Maryland Land Record Liber Z#2, 1744-1753; Page 508. At the request of John Luckett, the following deed was recorded on Nov 6, (1751]..
Aug 16, 1751 from William Luckett of cc, planter, to John Luckett of CC, for 100 £ 5 shillings, and for divers other good causes, a tract of land formerly called Hussies Addition, but now on a resurvey made, called Green Land, and being in CC, bounded by the bound tree of the New Exchange, containing and now laid out for about 200 acres. Signed - William Luckett. Wit - Thos Stone, Walter Hanson- Susanah, the wife of the sd William Luckett, released her dower.
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Charles County Land Records 1792-1796; Liber N#4; Page 2. Dec 17, 1792 from Susanna Maddox of CC, to Basil Robey of CC, during the natural life of sd Susanna, for 10 £ land in CC called Squares Adventure, bounded by a tract of land of 600 acres taken up by George Goodrick, containing about 71 acres. Signed - Susanna (+ her mark) Maddox. Wit - Henry Barnes*, James Freeman*. Recorded Dec 17, 1792.
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Charles County Land Records 1796-1799; Liber IB-2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 288. Deed: at the request of Charles Sewall Sr., the following deed was recorded January 19th 1798.
Indenture made January 19, 1798; Theophilus Robey administrator of Basil Robey of CC deceased of one part and Charles Sewall of CC of the second part. Whereas in and by two separate indentures of lease, both of the same tenor and effect, the one bearing date December 13, 1792 and the other December 17, 1792. The first made between Cornelius Maddox and Basil Robey, the other between Susannah Maddox and Basil Robey. They, the said Cornelius Maddox in consideration of 15 pounds current money paid by Basil Robey and Susanna Maddox, (wife of said Cornelius Maddox) in consideration of 10 pounds current money paid to her by Basil Robey, in hand severally by the aforementioned indentures of lease, sell all that part of land called "Squares Adventure" containing 600 acres formerly taken up by George Goodrick and assigns for and during the natural lives of Cornelius Maddox and Susannah Maddox. Now this indenture witnesseth that the said Theophilus Robey in consideration of the sum of 25 pounds current money paid by the said Charles Sewall has sold that tract of land mentioned to be devised and leased to the said Basil Robey. {my head hurts from this indenture} … and assigns the residue of the unexpired term of years granted and assigned as aforesaid as by the Charles Sewall.
Signed Theophilus Robey in the presence of Daniel Jenifer 
Ware, Susannah (I017343)
 
71147 WARE, William & Martha Anne GRIZZELL, 8 Oct. 1840, m by EG, b Solomon Grizzel, Kenton County, Kentucky Family F00741
 
71148 WARE, William M. & Nancy Anne GRIZZELL, 3 Nov. 1842, m by EG, b A.J. Grizzell, c by father Solomon Grizzell, Kenton County, Kentucky Family F00742
 
71149 Warfield, Richard, A. A. Co., 10th Jan., 1703-4; 11th Feb., 1703.
To son John and hrs., "Warfield's Plains" and 180 A.,"Warfield's Forest."
To son Richard and hrs., plantation on which he now lives and 50 A., "The Addition"; also dwelling plantation at marriage or death of dau. Ellinor.
To son Alexander and hrs., "Brandy."
To son Benjamin and hrs., 240 A., part of "Warfield's Range"at Patuxent.
To dau. Rachel and hrs., 150 A., part of afsd "Warfield's Range." In event of her death without issue to revert to son Richard afsd. and hrs.
To dau. Ellinor, use of dwelling plantation while she remains unmarried, and part of "Warfield's Range" afsd. to her and her hrs.; to revert to son Benjamin in event of her death without issue.
To dau. Rachel Yate or to her child. at 21 yrs. of age, personalty.
To sons John, Richard, Alexander and Benjamin and dau. Ellinor, residue of estate equally.
Exs.: Sons John and Richard afsd.
Overseers: Sons Alexander and Benjamin.
Test: Jno. Howard, Thos. Rowles, Wm. Mackubin, Chas. Stevens. 11. 409.
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Richard Warfield 25.163 A AA £381.12.3 £178.15.2 Feb 28 1705
Payments to: Alexander Warfield, Elinor Warfield, George Irate due his wife Rachell (sister of accountant), William Taylard, Henry Browne, Thomas Reynolds, John Meek.
Executors: Richard Warfield, John Warfield. 
Warfield, Richard (I031367)
 
71150 Waring, Basill, Calvert County, 8th Dec., 1688; 29th Dec, 1688.
To wife Sarah, 1/3 of entire estate,
To sons Samson, Marsham and Basill, residue of estate in equal parts.
Wife afsd. joint ex. together with father Richard Marsham and father John Hance; Richard Marsham in behalf of Marsham and Basil Waring afsd., and father John Hance in behalf of son Samson.
Test: Thos. Greenfield, Mary Bevan, Martha Greenfield. 6. 66.6.
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Bazill Warin 13B,45 I CA £20.16.8 Aug 1 1689
The amount of the inventory also included #9125.
Servants mentioned: John Dunkin, Richard Edwards.
Appraisers: Thomas Greenfeild, Thomas Gantt.
List of debts: John Smith, Thomas Gantt, William Parker, Robert Cobertwight, Edward Batson, John Mastion, John Loftis, Sarah Kenal, Charles Harington, James Cranford, James Emerson, Daniel Benson, John Sunderland, Roger Evans, George Bussey, John Badcock, Benjamin Rill, Elisabeth Freeman, John Jinkins, John Bennit, Paule Huggins, ------ Jinkins, Nathaniell Cranford, David Morgan, William Head, John Masson, William Nickels, Hezekia Bussey, George Parker, Francis Hutchins, Adam Kirsted, James Taylor, Robert Spikernall, Thomas Pattison, William Juston, William Parker, Thomas Padgetto Richard Marrr Richard Freeman, James Brinkwales, Richard Fido, Cornelius Neville Richard Watkins, ------ Akein, William Wamsy, Robert Freeland, Francis Bilinglay, John Dodson, William Martin, Abraham Clark, ------ Gilburn, John Kear Nathan Daw, John Wilimot, George Blakster, John Hunt, Edward Norcraft, Thomas Hinton, Henry Biny, Mathew Bennitt, Richard Mekins, Antony Demondider, Col. Henry Darnall, Thomas Brooke, Roger Brooke, Paule Bertrand, Robert Brasshears, Michael Taney, Ignatius Craycraft, James Miny, Baker Brook, Jonathon Simmons, -----Spadergrass, Murphey Ward, Charles Baden, John Watts, Fran. Leaft, William Barton, John Thuter (?).
Mentions: Marsham Warren (son), Basell Warren (son).
Executors: Richard Marsham, John Hance.
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Leigh, Francis, Patuxent River, Calvert County, 8th Nov., 1676; 18th Dec., 1676.
To Bazill Waring, Charles Harrington and Henry Glascock, personalty.
Ex.: Jno. Hance.
Test: Robt. Whiting, Joshua Brookes. 5. 130.
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Stayne, John, 17th Apr., 1680; 3rd May, 1680.
To John Hance and Sarah, his wife, Bazill Warring, George and William Parker, George Abett, and Francis Cotten, personalty.
Ex. Chas. Hartford, of Bristol, Eng.
Test: Jno. Boreman, Mary Barnes. 2, 112.
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Wareing, SAMPSON, Calvert County, 18th Jan., 1663; 18th Mch., 1670.
To countryman Thomas Pritchard, personalty.
To wife Sarah, execx., and son Bassill at; 21 yrs. of age, residue Of estate, real and personal., equally.
Test: Stephen Benson, Thos. Elves, Francis Riggs, Henry Hosier,Richard Johns, Francis Backstone, John Vahan. MCW 1. 421,
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Thumur, John, Calvert County, 4th Apr., 1668;
To Capt. Sampson Warren and his son Basell, personalty.
dau. Anne Elwes and son Thomas Elwes, residue of estate, real and personal,
Ex. not named.
Test: Richard Gibs, Francis Buckstone, Debera Edwards. 1.811.
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Hammond, Nicholas, Calvert County, 16th Feb., 1665.
To Tobias Miles, son of Tobias Miles. Bazill Waring, son of Sampson Waring, personalty.
Wife Alice, execx, and residuary legatee.
Test. Wm. Bennett, Sampson Waring. 1. 245,
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Young, Richard, "Of the Clifts," [Calvert County, Maryland] 4th Apr., 1665.
To Basil Warren [Warring] son of Capt. Sampson Warren [Warring], brother William Young and sister Eliza:, estate in equal portions.
Ex.: Father-in-law Capt. Sampson Warren,
Test: Pallidore Pritchard, John Vaughen, James Thompson. 1.233.
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Sampson Waring . 4,230 A CA #58179 #58179 Aug 29 1677
Appraisers of inventory: John Froster, Robert Heighe.
Payments to: Richard Johns for Alexander Gardner, Maj. Samuell Lane, Richard Johns, Mr. Henry Hosier, Thomas Oldfield (administrator of Margaret Freeman wife and administratrix of Thomas Freeman of Bristol), Michael Tawney for Christopher Johnson and Thomas Elwes, Marmaduke Hunton for Thomas Gaunt, Mr. Thomas Claget for Richard Smith, Edward Perrin for Richard Keene, Demetrius Cartwright, Dr. William Jones, Sir William Talbot, Mr. John Rousby for his brother Mr. Christopher Rousby, Mr. Thomas Bankes & Mr, John Darnall.
Legatee: Thomas Pritchard.
Distribution to: administratrix and Bazill their son.
Administratrix: Sarah Hance (relict), wife of John Hance.
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Henry Barnes 8,20 I CA #12337 Mar 17 1682
Appraisers: Basill Waring, Charles Bathurst.
List of debts: Anthony Morley, Robert Blinckhorn, Richard Gibbs, David Morgan, James Dossey, Jeremiah Johnson, Mr. Nicholas Painter.
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Thomas Cosden 8.60 I CA #138604 Jun 19 1683 Jun 23 1683
The amount of the inventory (#138604) is equivalent to £173.11.10-1/2. See also folio 322.
Servants mentioned: Margarett Wise, Frances Rolls, Susanna Acton, William Olifant, Alexander Kanare, John Hall, John Barker, Edward Banks, Owen McDannell, Mary Maly.
Appraisers: Richard Smith, Jr., Christopher Banes,
Mentions: Mr. Parks.
List of debts: Charles Boteler, Henry Brendt, George Keith, Richard Gohus, George Barker, Thomas Tasker, Richard Dawson, Christopher Kellett, Thomas Arnold, William Parker, Henry Hollis, Richard Crackbourne, Commissioners, Francis Collyer, Capt, Samuell Bourne, Bazill Waring, George Browne, Dr, Bourne, Evan Davies, John Bigger, Thomas Sturdica, Robert Smith, Col, Henry Darnall, John Griggs, Hugh Edwards, Edward Clarke, Joseph Haywood, Robert Spickewale, Nicholas Buttrum, William Howes, Jr,, John Taman, Richard Melshans, Henry Viney, George Brissey, John Muffett, Richard Pelley, William Barton, Christopher Rousby, Nicholas Sewell, Richard Stallings, William Collens, John Dunkin, William Kemster, Thomas Tucker, John Holloway, Richard Bond, William Barnett, Jeremiah Simpson, Robert Mines, Thomas Symonds, Thomas Bincks, Benjamin Laurence, Francis Billingsly, George Coale, Henry Lowe, Francis Hyams, Henry Kent, John Boone, George Abbot, Francis Freeman, Samuell Holseworth, James Rumsey, John Manning, Henry Mitchell, Matthew Turner, Abraham Clarke, James Nuthall, Dr. Mullens, David Morgan, Joseph Dawkins, Samuell Vines, Thomas Robertson, Richard Broughton, Mr. Darcey, William King, John King, Francis Mawlden, Robert Webb, Ninian Beall, Charles Harrington, Richard Keen, John Scott, Francis Huchins, Vincent Farwy, Thomas Clegatt, Samuell Taylor, Thomas Cleaverly, Thomas Starling, John Creycroft, George Lingham, Roger Brooks, Francis Doringhton, peter Archer, James Crauford, John Locker, Yockham Kershad, Capt. Richard Ladd, John Loveday, John Rogers, Robert Jones, Jeremiah Jo?nson,, Rouland Lolea, Robert Taylor, Richard Gardiner, William Browne, Peter Olson, William Melton, Samuell Holdsworth, Peter Burgis, Thomas Rogers, Richard Charlett, William Colewood, Richard Marsham, Michael Tawney, Andrew Tannehill, John Darnall, Richard Pollard, Nicholas Painter, Dr, Wooton, Christopher Person, Thomas Banks, Cornelius Watkinson, Richard Edwards, Richard Williams, Richard Swan, John Turner, Henry Orton, Thomas Brookes, William Turner, George Young, Symon Edwards, Capt. Roger Baker, Edward Batson, William Creed, Thomas Crowder, Samuell Goosey, Jonn Grover, Joseph Baker, John Russell, Thomas Simpers, Nicholas Willson, John Bennett, Richard Sheredin, James Hithe, Henry Trueman, John Goffe, Francis Fookes, Thomas Edwards, Mr. McCartney, James Bigger, George JohnBonr William Marks, Nicholas Nichollson, Thomas Sed ewick, George Curwen, William Mitchell, Col, Henry Jowles, Francis Swinyen, Charles Bathurst, Mordica Hunton, Mr, Fife, Dr, Crawford, Amos Bagby, John Powell, Marke Clare, Thomas Bloomer, Philip Coocksey, Edward Pack, Robert Fenwick, Robert Andrewes, William Wallis, Samuell Warner, Gustavus White, Henry West, Henry Devine, Robert Skinner, Edward Isaak, Nicholas Nicholls, Thomas Purnell, Henry Esterling, John Kent, James Duke, Arthur Young, Thomas Hillary, William Graves, Richard Edwards, Thomas Edwards, Edward Howard, Andrew Dickenson, Philip Lawrence, William Mitchell, Francis Dorington, James Crauford, John Hollen, Nicholas Painter, James Bigger, Nathaniel Sprigg, Francis Leafe, Peter Archer, William Ireland, John Rogers, John Griggs for Henry Orton, Robert Taylor, Dr. Crafford, Francis Swinfen, Edward Blackbourne, John Enolds, Joseph Ireland, Richard Burk, Francis Collyer, Nathaniel Stanton, Thomas Bloomen, William Hill, Christopher Kellett, George Collins, Richard Williams, Nicholas Willson, John Broome, Christopher Person, John Sewell, William Dorington, Robert Sadder, William White, John Stewart, Thomas Symcoat, Edward Clarke, George Addison, Thomas Beason, James Kenedy, Henry Trulock, John Lane, John Yoe, Thomas Bumpus, Richard Bayley, Michaell Onely, Cuthbert Fenwick, Jonas Jourdan, Henry Mitchell, Rozer Rix, James Harrison, Richard Browne, Charles Parvie, William Willson, William Dury, Richard Robinson, Walter Boine, John Synckler, George Adams, John Spring, Peter Evers, Samuell Styles, Meredith Jones, James Berry, William Sympson, James Garrett, John Laney, Spencer Hales, Joseph Newman, William Smith, Richard Swan.
Administrators: George Parker, Mordica Hunton.
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Charles Bathurst 8.212 A CA #7639 #7588 Jan 27 1684
The inventory also included £5.0.0.
Appraisers of inventory: Francis Freeman, William Parker.
Payments to: John Loveday, Christopher Collett, William Barnett, Basell Waring, Jockem Kershade, John Hammond, Richard Derham, John Browne, Henry Jesson,
Admimistrator: John Hance.
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Mordica Hunton 9.319 I CA £332.3.9 Jun 17 1687
(also Mordecay Hunton)
Servants mentioned: Thomas Peters (negro, aged 7), Nickoalls Bird, Edmund Underhill, James Hindersson, Ellisabeth Bradshaw.
Appraisers: Basil Waring, John Brome,
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Mordecay Hunton 9#352 I CA £7.0.0 Jul 28 1687
The amount of the inventory also included 420728,
Appraisers: Basill Waring, John Broome,
List of debts: Mr. John Broom, Thomas Sedgwick, William Ham, John Sewell, Henry Mitchell, Cornelius Neville Joseph Baker, William Jenkins, Stephen Latham, John Goddard, William Melton, Samuell Goosey, Maj. Thomas Trueman, Samuel Copeland, Edward Harlock, Mr. William Horsey, Mr. Hugh Elis, Mr. Simon Wotton, Mr. Francis Hutchings, Mr. George Hawes, Anthony the taylor, Richard Murgh, Thomas Harris, Jochem Kiersteed, Mr. Thomas Greenfield, Mr. Edward Batson., Mr. George Parker, Mr. William Parker, William Barnett, Mr. Michaell Taney, Mr. Roger Brooke, Mr. Cornelius Watkinson, Mr. Andrew Tanehill, Mr. Robert Skinner, Mr. Thomas Greenfeild.
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Hance, John, Calvert County, 14th Feb., 1708-9; 22nd May, 1709.
To wife Sarah, 1/2 dwelling plantation (bought from Bassill Warring) and 1/2 personalty, she paying to dau. Elizabeth £100 at 16 yrs. or marriage, sd. dau. to inherit afsd. land at decease of her mother.
To Christopher Kellett, all land at Battle Creeke bought from Peter and Ignatius Sewall.
to wife's 2 sons, viz., Robert Roberts and Jno, Claw, personalty.
To Quakers, 3 A., part of "Neventon" where The Clifts Meeting House stands, and £10.
To son Benjamin, residue of land in Md. and of personalty at 18 yrs. He dying without issue, his estate to pass to dau. Eliza: and Chr. Kellett afsd. and hrs.
Ex.: Richd. Johns,, Sr., and should he die Aquilla Johns to administer.
Test: Elinor Harris, David Morgan, Nathanll. Giles, Henry Drinkwater., Eliza Giles.
By codicil 3rd Mch., 1708, testator shows that he had purchased 3 parcells of land from Abraham Johns, deceased, near Hunting Creek, viz., "Partnership,""Tanney's Ease," and "Hance's Lane" for which residue of payment is to be made to Joseph Tilley, and devises sd. lands to probable unborn child. In event of child not being born, or of its decease during minority, sd. lands to pass to dau, Elizabeth afsd,and hrs., and in succession to son Benjamin. Should son Benjamin die without issue, his estate to pass to sd. Elizabeth and son-in-law Chr. Kellett and unborn child. Part 2-12. 47.
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Robert Standly 9.300 A CA £92.2.0 Jun 15 1687
Payments to: John Broom, Nicholas Buttram, Francis French, Mr. Marsham, Nicholas Teurett, Mr. Marsham on account of Francis French, James Heath.
Executor: Richard Bowen.
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Mr. Ambrose Sanderson 8.242 I CA £7.4.6 Mar 10 1682
The inventory also included #15800.
Appraisers: Thomas Tasker, Richard Smith, Jr.
List of debts: Samuell Taylor, Robert Taylor, Thomas Sympers, Basill Warren, John Willson, John Evans, Robert Wright,
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Robert Jones 8,345 I CA £41.4.10 Jun 11 1685
The inventory also included #46378.
Appraisers: Francis Freman, Bassill Warring.
List of debts: George Bussey, Frances Swinsen, Symon Edwards, James Veitch, Richard Johns, Thomas Arnold, Thomas Courtney, Michell Lane, James Crauford, William Morgan, Maj. Nicholas Sewell, Frances Collier, William Mansfield, Peter Hack, Augustin Herman, Maj, Thomas Truman, Job Evans, Capt. Thomas Price, George Yates, Nicholas Territt, Thomas Guilick, Charles Partis, John
Lewellin, Capt. Ninian Beall, Frances Partis, George Spicer, John King, Henry Jeffer, Samuell Goozey, Thomas Binkes, Nicholas Butrum, Maj, Charles Butler, George Parker, Thomas Bankes, Thomas Hinton, Thomas Hinton of head of Bay, John Brome, John Darnellt Esq., James Ellis, William Harris; Lawrence
Bedinfield, Edmond Odwier, James Hale, Henry Brent, Thomas Hearn, William Barnett, George Hilland, James Pickett Col. Henrv Jow1es, Jacob Harris, Phillip Lynes, George Butler, Hugh Ellot, Thomas Huglies, Richard Broughton, John Jones, Andrew Abbington, 
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