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

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71351 Stone, Nimrod Russell, Sarah 18 Dec. 1786 Jos. Russell Family F37641
 
71352 STONE, SARAH, Charles Co. 29 Aug. 1775
24 Oct. 1774
To dau. Rachel Stone, Negro woman Sarah, desk.
To dau, Elizabeth Land Stone, Negro boy Gerard,, chest.
To bro. Jesse Douglass, ex., use of Negro boy Walter; If he dies without issue to dau. Elizabeth Land Stone.
To daus: Rachel and Elizabeth Land Stone, remainder of estate equally,
Wit: Sam'l. Stone; Richard Marshall. 40.485
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DOUGLASS, BENJAMINE, Charles Co. 11 May, 1743
13 Oct, 1749
To son John Dougless, tract where he now lives called "Blythwood."
To son Benjamine Douglass, tract where I now live, being pt. of "Causeens Manor", my wife to have use of the tract during her lifetime.
To dau, Penelope Douglass, Negro girl named Jane.
Child. to have equally part of rest of my estate: Benjamin Douglass, Charles Douglass, Mary Wilson, Sarah Douglass, Joseph Douglass, Penelope Douglass, Thomas Douglass, Jesse Douglass,
Wife, extx.
Wit: Tho, Thompson, Senr,. John Causeen, Aaron Goodrick. 27.78
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THOMPSON, Elizabeth. 8 Dec 1749
1 Jan 1749/50
To son Jacob Brent [Brandt], Negro woman Nan,
To dau. Elish. Brent [Brandt], Negro boy Will
To dau. Margret Thompson, Negro woman Patience.
To gran dau. Sary Thompson, Negro girl Charity.
To son Thomas Howard, Negro boy Ned,
Son Thomas Howard, ex.
Wit: Ignatius Doyne, Anne Dent. 27. 176
Memorandum, Charles Co. 8 Jan 1749, between 3 and 4 o'clock In
the afternoon, Susanna Clements and Charity Chandler, say that
they were present with Elizabeth Douglass now deceased when she
said it was her desire that her whole estate should be equally
divided among the four child. that were with her: Sarah, Penelope, Thomas and Jesse,
Presented on 23 same month. 27.177
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STONE, RACHEL, Charles Co. 8 Sep 1756
6 Nov 1758
To dau. Elizabeth Stone, Negro man Tom, furniture,
to son Samuel Stone, furniture, hogs.
To dau. and son, Elizabeth and Samuel, remainder of part of my estate of "What Nature or Kind Soever." except 5 hogs which I give to son William Stone.
Two sons Samuel and William Stone, exs.
Wit: Maxamillian Matthews, John Booker Meek, Jesse Douglass. 30.594 
Douglass, Jesse (I001949)
 
71353 STONE, SARAH, Charles Co. 29 Aug. 1775
24 Oct. 1774
To dau. Rachel Stone, Negro woman Sarah, desk.
To dau, Elizabeth Land Stone, Negro boy Gerard,, chest.
To bro. Jesse Douglass, ex., use of Negro boy Walter; If he dies without issue to dau. Elizabeth Land Stone.
To daus: Rachel and Elizabeth Land Stone, remainder of estate equally,
Wit: Sam'l. Stone; Richard Marshall. 40.485
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Mathew Stone 63.488 CH ---- Aug 10 1757
Appraisers: God. Barnes, Robert Doyne.
Creditors: Daniel Jenifer for D. M. Thomas Jenifer, John Semple.
Next of kin: John Stone, Samuel Stone.
Administratrix: Sarah Stone.
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Matthew Stone 2.98 D CH £163.13.7 Nov 25 1758
Sureties: John Stone, Charles Douglass.
Distribution to: Widow (unnamed, 1/3). Residue to children: Rachel, Elisabeth, Benjamin.
Administratrix: Sarah Stone.
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DOUGLESS, BENJAMINE, Charles Co. 11 May, 1743
13 Oct, 1749
To son John Dougless, tract where he now lives called "Blythwood."
To son Benjamine Douglass, tract where I now live, being pt. of "Causeens Manor", my wife to have use of the tract during her lifetime.
To dau, Penelope Douglass, Negro girl named Jane.
Child. to have equally part of rest of my estate: Benjamin Douglass, Charles Douglass, Mary Wilson, Sarah Douglass, Joseph Douglass, Penelope Douglass, Thomas Douglass, Jesse Douglass,
Wife, extx.
Wit: Tho, Thompson, Senr,. John Causeen, Aaron Goodrick. 27.78
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THOMPSON, Elizabeth. 8 Dec 1749
1 Jan 1749/50
To son Jacob Brent [Brandt], Negro woman Nan,
To dau. Elish. Brent [Brandt], Negro boy Will
To dau. Margret Thompson, Negro woman Patience.
To gran dau. Sary Thompson, Negro girl Charity.
To son Thomas Howard, Negro boy Ned,
Son Thomas Howard, ex.
Wit: Ignatius Doyne, Anne Dent. 27. 176
Memorandum, Charles Co. 8 Jan 1749, between 3 and 4 o'clock In
the afternoon, Susanna Clements and Charity Chandler, say that
they were present with Elizabeth Douglass now deceased when she
said it was her desire that her whole estate should be equally
divided among the four child. that were with her: Sarah, Penelope, Thomas and Jesse,
Presented on 23 same month. 27.177
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Charles County Land Record Book S#3, 1770-1775; Page 712. Mar 13, 1775 from Sarah Stone, Rachael Stone, and Elizabeth Land Stone of CC, spinstresses, to Richard Barnes [the next 2 pages of this desd is missing].
Mar 13, 1775. Recd of Mr. Rich Barnes, 75 £, in full satisfaction of the within deed. Signed - Sarah (I her mark) Stone, mach: (B her mark) Stone, Elesebeth Land Stone. Recorded Mar 13, 1775. 
Douglass, Sarah (I001726)
 
71354 Stone, Thomas, Chas. County, 24th Apr. 1676; 5th Oct, 1676
To wife Mary, Execx, estate in trust for Child named below.
To Son Richard and hrs., plantation now leased by Symon Stevens, and part of "Pointon Manor" at 18yrs of age.
To Son William and hrs., residue of lands and plantation at 18 yrs of age. In event of death of Richard, land to revert to son William.
Test: Jno Stone, Eliza Stone 5.94
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Mr. Thomas Stone 4.311 I (1677)
Appraisers: Edward Price, Thomas Craxon.
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Children of Thomas and Mary Stone
1. Richard Stone, no further record.
2. William Stone married Theodosia Wade. q.v.

On July 15, 1651, there was surveyed for Thomas Stone 350 acres of land known by the name of "St. Leonard's", lying at the mouth of St. Leonard's Creek, which on September 9, 1663, he and his wife conveyed to Richard Smith, of Calvert County, the same being held by Richard Smith as late as 1707. At the time of his father's death in 1660 Thomas Stone was domiciled at Bustard's Island in the Patuxent, but he later established his seat at "Poynton Manor" in Nanjemoy Hundred.

The warrant for "Poynton Manor" named 4,000 acres, but later by a resurvey it was found to contain 5,000 acres. The augmented share of
(*)Note: It is also said that Benoni Thomas was a grandson of Verlinda Stone,
being the son of Mrs. Doyne by a former marriage.


Thomas Stone was 1,460 acres, thereupon, he assigned 100 acres to Henry Frankon, 300 acres to Francis Thornton and Thomas Bayly, and 300 acres to John Cabell.

On February 2, 1663, Thomas Stone conveyed to Henry Hyde a portion of "Westbury Manor", formerly belonging to Thomas Weston, and the next year a 200-acre portion to Henry Banister. On May 28, 1667, Thomas Stone and Mary his wife, of Poynton Manor, deeded to John Stone, Gent., 500 acres of "Nanjemoy" for 20,000 pounds of tobacco.

In 1661 Thomas Stone was appointed a commissioner of Charles County, with Henry Adams, James Lindsey, Thomas Baker, Francis Pope, William Marshall, Walter Beane, and Joseph Harrison, Gent. In 1663 he appointed William Calvert his attorney and described him as "brother."

The will of Thomas Stone was negotiated in Charles County on April 24, 1676, and admitted to probate on October 5, 1676, by John and Elizabeth Stone. The entire estate was to be held in trust by his widow, Mary, until his two sons arrived at the age of 18 years. Richard was to inherit the plantation then leased by Simon Stevens and a portion of "Poynton Manor," while William was to receive the residue of the lands including the parental dwelling.

Within a few months after her husband's death, the widow married John Blackfan. Her second matrimonial adventure was brief, for "John Blackfan of Nanjemoy" dated his will January 31, 1677, which was proved on March 12, 1677, by Samuel Eaton and Robert Polts. He named a brother and sisters Mary and Elizabeth, and bequeathed property to his step-sons William and Richard Stone, providing no posthumous child was born to his widow. The residue of the estate was devised to his wife Mary, whom he named as executrix.

At the September 1677 court, the sheriff issued citations to "Mary Blackfan the relict of Thomas Stone and the executrix of John Blackfan" who had been the executor of Richard Owens.

His widow married thirdly Joseph Manning. She predeceased her last husband, but is believed to have become the mother of his children as there is no knowledge of a previous marriage. Joseph Manning died in 1717 and named his daughter, Esther the wife of Thomas Matthews, and his son John Manning. In 1718/19, John Manning of Charles County by will named Matthew Stone and Thomas Stone Jr. as overseers of his estate. The will, however, was not proved until 1735.
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Charles Gregory 6.667 A CH #69119 #78222 Mar 4 1679
Payments to: Elisabeth Young, John Stone, Josias Fendall, Ellinor Bayne, Richard Dod, judgment vs. John Cager former administrator of deceased, Richard Edelen, Thomas Notley, Esq., John Long paid to Henry Bonner, Richard Ashman, Robert Carvile for defending vs ------ Doyne & vs - ------ Allen & vs.-----
Rumsy, Benjamin Rozier.
List of debts: William Stannard, Walter Jones, Daniell Kelley John Curtis & Randall Peeters, William Gandey, John Greene, Capt. Allen (dead), Robert Barrett (can't be found), John Gillham, James Munkister (nothing to be found),, Margery Downes (dead), Jacob Leach (runaway), Seybret Maycock, John Vowell,, Henry Norman, Thomas Hooper, Morgan Evans, Daniell Kelley, Clement Thompson, Thomas Hatries, Samuely Sherrie (dead), Thomas Keiching, William Stanyard, Bryan Ward, Nathaniell Stanton, William Wardter, Charles Russell, Stephen Champ, Joseph Calley, Francis Wyne, Robert Greene, Matthew Hill, John Fanning, Ellinor Beane, Thomas Stone, George Credwell, Richard Ashman,, Thomas Mudd,, Joshua Doyne, John Morris, Benjamin Rozier, Esq., Joseph Manning, Robert Hewet, Robert Doyne, Capt, Fendall, William Groome (dead), Thomas Notley,
Esq., Mr. Clipsham the administrator, John Sheppard, Richard Smoote, Robert Rowland, John Smith, Thomas Gerrard, William Chandler, James Littlepage, Capt. Aspinall, Robert Thompson (nothing to be found), John Bracker, Robert Teate, Robert Thompson, Phillip Combs, Thomas Baker, Henry Bonner.
Administrator: Thomas Clipsham.
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Liber A, Page 124, folio 327; Charles County Circuit Court, Microfilm Cr 35,689, Court 12 Mar 1660
Mr. Thomas Stone demands a warrant against James Lee; debt value of 2000# of tobacco
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Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 28 Jan 1662, Page 176
Hercules Hayls demands warrant against Tho. Stone; action of case
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Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 5 Mar 1663/4, Page 280
George Harris demands warrant against Thomas Stone; action of case subpoena Edward Deane
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Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 6 Apr 1664, Page 308
George Harris, Plt.; Thomas Stone, Def.; defendant refuses to deliver a certain number of sheep which plaintiff bought; damage 700# of tobacco; plaintiff craves order of court for debt and cost
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Bill binding Bartholmew Gartherell of Patuxon, cooper, to Mrs. Verlinda Stone, 2150# of tobacco, to be paid by 10 Oct ensuing; 9 Aug 1662; /s/ Bartholmew Gartherell; wit. Thomas Sprigg, Mathew Stone; endorsed on the back for 1650# of tobacco and cask; /s/ Verlinda Stone Oath of Thomas Stone states he did not receive a heifer in satisfaction of the debt; defendant ordered to pay 500# of tobacco
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Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 12 Jul 1664, Page 327 - 328 - 329 - 330
George Harris by his atty. Mr. Thos. Notley, Plt, Thomas Stone by his atty. Capt. Josias Fendall and William Calvert, Esq., Def.; declaration in folio 154A; Deposition of Edward Deane, age ca 43 years, says that Mr. Thomas Stone came to the house of George Harris and Edward Deane and said he understood that his brother John [Stone] was bargaining with them about a ewe; Thomas offered to swap a sow and pigs which George Harris refused and said he would swap a ewe and lamb with ram etc.; bargain in July last past; /s/ Edward Deane
Bartholmew Gartherell swore regarding swap of pigs for lambs; plaintiff alleges bargain proved; defendant requests oaths;
John Swaine [Swann] swore that being by his master showed George Harris 3 ewes.. but that he would except any that his wife had a fancy to.,.etc.
George Murry swore same in open court
Richard Stone swore that his brother Thomas Stone was in George Harris' debt for a ram lamb and George Haris delayed time; mentions Mr. Calvert and Mr. William Hatton;
Defendant alleges that the forgoing is not sufficiently proved on both side to be fulfilled and therefore humbly craves non-suit;
Court orders plaintiff non-suited and to pay court costs
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Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 12 Jul 1664, Page 336 - 339
Patent to Jeremy Dickison: Cecilius, absolute Lord and Proprietary of the Province of Maryland and Avalon, Lord Baron of Baltimore and to all persons to whom these presents shall come; Greetings in our Lord God everlasting know ye that we for and in consideration that Jeremiah Dickeson of this Province, planter, has due unto him fifty acres of land he having completed his time of service in this Province with Thomas Stone, Gent., and the said Thomas Stone having assigned unto the said Jeremiah one hundred acress of his rights do hereby grant unto the Jeromiah Dickeson a parcel of land called by Field Close lying on the east side of Avon River in Charles County adjoining to the line formed by survey for Simon Oversee called Rotterdam adjoining land formerly surveyed unto Jobe Chandler laid out for 150 acres in the Manor of Calverton; 26 May 1663; /s/ Charles Calvert
Jheromiah Dickeson, Gent., assigns right in above to George Thompson, Gent., 13 Oct 1663; /s/ Jheromiah Dickeson (mark); wit. John Clarke, Tho. Allonson
George Thompson, Gent., assigns his rights in above to John Lumbroso; 3 May 1664; /s/ George Thompson; wit. Robert Clarke, Ignatius Caueene
John Lumbroso assigns his rights in above to Gils Glover; 24 May 1664; /s/ John Lumbroso; wit. Nicholaus Emerson, William Hall (mark)
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Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 10 Jan 1664, Page 397
William Boyden for Mr. Thomas Stone, presents Thomas Payne; judged to be 15 years old
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber C, Page 105
14 Jun 1665; Indenture from Thomas Stone of Poynton, Gent., to John Mun, planter; a parcel of 150 acres of land on the north side of Mathew Stone's land on Poynton Manor; /s/ Thomas Stone; wit. Will. Boyden (mark), Luke Green
7 Dec 1665; John Munn, planter, assigns his rights in the above indenture to John Lambert; /s/ John Munn (mark); wit. Luke Greene, William Boyden
Charles County Circuit Court Liber C, Page 109
12 Nov 1666; John Lambert, planter, assigns his rights in the above indenture to Richard True, Boatwright, /s/ John Lambert (mark); wit. Luke Greene, John Stone
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber C, Page 121
8 Jan 1666/7; Indenture from Jeremiah Dickenson to Richard Stone; for 9,000# of tobacco; a tract of land on the north side of Avon River adjoining the land of Capt. William Stone called POYNTON MANOR; first possessed by James Lindsey, later by Jeremiah Dickenson, now by Richard Stone; laid out for 500 acres; /s/ Jeremiah Dickenson; wit. William Price, Stephen Montague
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber D, Page 30
8 Aug 1668; Indenture from Thomas Stone and John Stone, Gent., to Thomas King; Jeremy Dickenson sold a parcel of land 8 Jan 1667; possessed by Thomas and John Stone after the death of Richard Stone; for 7,000# of tobacco; a tract lying on the north side of Avon River adjoining Capt. Wm. STONE'S POYNTON MANOR; first in possession of Jeremiah Dickenson, then Richard Stone; containing 500 acres; /s/ Thomas Stone, John Stone; wit. Stephen Montague, John Godshall
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber D, Page 92
8 Jun 1669; Indenture from Thomas King to Archibald Wahop; for 14,000# a parcel of 400 acres of land sold to King by Thomas and John Stone; first taken up by James Liendsey who sold to Jeremiah Dickenson who sold to Richard Stone, brother to Thomas and John Stone; bounded by Alex. Davies, George Thompson, and John Wheeler; /s/ Thomas King (mark); wit. Rich. Boughton, Stephen Mountague
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber E, Page 3
7 Nov 1670; Indenture from Ignatius Causine, Gent., to John Hackister; for {?}tobacco; a parcel of land called St. Ignatius on the west side of main fresh at head of Portobacco or St. Thomas Creek; bound by land formerly laid out for Job Chandler, Esq., and John Cain {O'Caine}; containing 100 acres; /s/ Ignatius Causine; wit. Philip Gibbon, Thomas Stone, Mathew Stone
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber E, Page 15
8 Jan 1670; Indenture from Thomas Stone, Gent., to Thomas Allanson, Gent.; for 4,000# tobacco; a tract called Stone's Delight on the east side of Piscataway River; bounded by William Calvert, Esq.; laid out for 500 acres; /s/ Thomas Stone (seal); wit. Thomas Robinson, Edward Roberts
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber F, Page 108
15 May 1675; Indenture from Thomas Stone, Gent., to Samuell Sherrill, planter; for 12,000# tobacco; a mill and land by virtue of an Act of Assembly; /s/ Thomas Stone, Samuel Sherrill (mark); wit. David Maddox (mark)

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Calvert County Circuit Court
Land Surveys and Condominium Plats

Saint Leonard's, 350 Acres; Certificate
Developer/Owner: Stone, Thomas 1652 Patent Record AB and H, p. 152 0 0 MSA S 1583-1374

Saint Leonard's, 350 Acres; Patent
Developer/Owner: Stone, Thomas 1652 Patent Record AB and H, p. 227 0 0 MSA S 1583-1375 
Stone, Thomas (I002057)
 
71355 Stones and Bones, Prince Georges County, MD cemetery records - Magruder/Mc Gregor Family Cemetery at "Dunblane" or "Westphalia" near Forestville - Barbara Magruder, consort, died 25 Jun 1812 age 48
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Margaret Whippee research note
According to her gravestone photo, Barbara Magruder died in 1819.
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William Williams 6.281 D FR £2378.12.1 Sep 28 1773
See Folio 210.
Sureties: David Lynn, Robin Owen.
Legatees: Thomas Owen Williams, Elisabeth, Elisha, William, Eleanor, Martha, Edward, Barbarah.
Residue to children (unnamed, equally).
Executors: Mrs. Barbarah Williams, Thomas Owen Williams.
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PGCo Wills
Folio 115 ELEANOR HILLARY DAVIS, now of Prince George's County 03/24/1812 04/20/1815
"being sick ..."
Bequeaths to:
1. Eleanor Williams --niece
Eliza Williams --niece
-to have all the household furniture of every kind which the testator left in the care of their father--the testator's brother-Edward O. Williams
2. Martha Clagett --sister
-to have all the testatrix's silver of every kind and the trunk containing the same
3. Thomas O. Williams --brother
Edward O. Williams --brother
Walter O. Williams --brother
Barbary Magruder --sister
-to have the remainder of the testatrix's estate real, mixed and personal and also all the testator's bank stock, and dividends and interest due him at the time of his death and to be divided equally among them including testator's sister Martha share and share alike
-Edward named executor of the will and instructed by the testatrix that she desires to be buried by the side of her departed husband Rezin Davis in the church yard at Hagerstown, Maryland.
Witnesses: Mary Williams
Martha Eleanor Clagett
Archibald Van Horn 
Williams, Barbara (I031011)
 
71356 STONESFER, John & Rosy POWELL, 9 May 1805, m by MV, c by father Mecajah Powell for underage daughter, Campbell Co., KY Family F04513
 
71357 Stonestreet, Butler Collins, Lucinda 10 Jan. 1826 dau. of Willlam Family F27564
 
71358 STONESTREET, BUTLER, Charles Co. 15 May 1774 28 July 1774
To wife Elizabeth Stonestreet, during her lifetime, all my personal estate, and after her decease to be divided among my four sons and two daus.: Butler Stonestreet, Edward Stonestreet, Thomas Stonestreet, James Freeman Stonestreet, Elizabeth Stonestreet and Mary Stonestreet.
Wife Elizabeth Stonestreet extx,
Wit: Sam Turner, Walter Compton. 39, 869
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Elisabeth Stonestreet 7.53 D CH Apr 1 1776
Sureties: Robert Slye, Thomas Ching.
Distribution to 6 children (unnamed, equally).
Administrator: Mr. Butler Stonestreet.
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Charles County Land Record Book A#2, 1752-1756; Page (146). Oct 10, 1753 from Butler Stonestreet of CC, planter, to Philip Barton Key of St Mary's County, for 12,000 lbs of tobacco, part of the tract of land called Clear Doubt, lying in the County afd between Gilbert Swamp [Cr) and Burds Cr, containing and now laid out for about 80 acres (it being part of the sd land the sd Butler and his ancestors have for many years lived on). Signed - Butler Stonestreet, Wit - Jno Winter, Jas Nivison. Elizabeth, wife of the sd Butler, relinquished her right of dower to the within mentioned land. Recorded Jan 8, 1754.
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Charles County Land Record Book A#2, 1752-1756; Page (232). Aug 5, 1754 from Boteler Stonestreet of CC, planter, to Philip Barton Key of St Mary's County, for 15,000 lbs of inspected crop tobacco, a tract of land called Morris' help, lying in CC, and bounded by the land of Mr. John Pile, containing about 100 acres. Signed - Butler Stonestreet. Wit - Jno Winter, Jas Nivison. Elizabeth, the wife of the sd Boteler, relinquished her right of dower to the lands within mentioned. Recorded Oct 7, 1754.
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 365-23: CLEAR DOUBT: 300 acres; Possession of - 300 Acres - Sinclair, Robert: Surveyed 21 Aug 1669 for Robert Slye at bound tree of John Pile and the said Slye bounding on the South line of said Slyes land: Conveyance notes - Possessed by Robert Sinclair who married the relict of John Slye, Entered into Folio 439
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 439-437: CLEAR DOUBT: 300 acres; Possession of - 300 Acres - Slye, Robert: Surveyed 21 Aug 1669 for Robert Slye, patented 30 Oct 1742, see folio 365: Conveyance notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, see folio 365 
Stonestreet, Butler (I014070)
 
71359 Stonestreet, Thomas, Charles County, 14th Oct., 1706; 13th Nov., 1706.
To son Edward, ex., and hrs., dwelling plantation and land 100 A., "Morrises Helpe," 50 A. of which is in a lease from Joseph Pile, Sr. Sd. land to pass to grandson Buttler, son of Thomas Stonestreet, and hrs.
To grandson Thomas Mastin, personalty.
Test: John Parnham, Joseph Pile., John Simpson. 12. 77.
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mm: Another thing to consider is that Thomas Mastin was a transcription error and it should be Thomas Tedman. note Sarah is not mentioned in will but had to be alive for legacy to pass on since her husband would have gotten it.
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Thomas Stonestreet 28.95 A CH £25.3.2 Dec 18 1707
Payments to: John Parnham.
Legatees: Robert Hager, Thomas Stonestreet, Sarah Tedman.
Executor: Edward Stonestreet.
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Thomas Stonestreet 32B.258 A CH £25.5.0 #6035 Jun 25 1711
Payments to: Mrs. Mary Contee (executrix of John Contee), Robert Hagar in right of his wife (unnamed).
Legatees: Sarah Sedman {sic Tedman - Actual account record spells it Tedman and says he is a son-in-law}, Thomas Stonestreet.
Executor: Thomas Stonestreet. 
Tedman, Thomas (I011591)
 
71360 STOOPE, PHILIP, Cecil Co. 15 Nov, 1756; 4 Jul, 1757
Wife: Margaret.
Children: William, John, Philip, Isabel, Rebecca, Margaret Welsh and husband John, Mary Richardson, Sarah Hosier, Martha Master.
Land I bought of Deniel Benson, Wm. Harris, John Brice, Daniel Cheston on Sassafras River, Nicholas Darrils, James Coppin near head of Hen Island Creek.
Land I bought of Richard Houghton, called "Pennyworth,' "Phillip Addition."
Land bought of Edmond Jennings, Esq., attorney for hrs. of Amos Garrett, called "Middle
Neck," "Happy Harbour," "Frysbies Neglect.'
Tracts: "Rook and Pill" "Buntington" Mapleton."
Land I bought of John Cox called "Beck's Meadows'; of Richard Penington, "Phillips Land."
Extx: Margaret Stoops.
Wit: Nathaniel and Thomas Hynson, Simon Wilmer. 30. 332
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Peregrine Frisby 18.194 A CE £1697.7.6 £107.15.1 Oct 30 1740
The amount of the accounts also included £7.12.2 in sterling.
Received from; William Douglas, John Welch, John Savin, John Baldwin, Thomas
Wams, John Winterbury, Thomas Spencer, Richard Penington, Hugh Jones, William
Mills, balance of store accounts in partnership with Capt. Watson sold to
Peregrine Frisby, Jr., Robert Cruikshank (merchant in London), John Phillpott,
James Buchanan, Capt. John Watson, James Paul Heath.
Payments to: Alexander Buncle due from the deceased as garnishee of Richard Bill,
William Whillett (in Pennsylvania money), Clare Egan (in Pennsylvania money),
Thomas Stone (in Pennsylvania money), John Bayard, William Galatee, Mary
Penington, Andrew Gray, Walter Scott, Francis Jones, Richard James, Matthew
Penny, Phillip Stoope, John Wethered, Thomas Bincham, Matthew Noland, John
Clayton, John Bubenheim, Dr. Benjamin Bradford, John Baldwin, William Rumsey,
John Carnan, James Paul Heath. 
Stoope, Philip (I061570)
 
71361 STORY, Davis C. & Nancy F. KITE, 3 July 1843, BD, b John C. Miller, B-65, Boone Co., KY Family F31760
 
71362 Story, Ralph, Capt. 25th Dec., 1663; 6th Jan., 1663.
To brother's child. (unnamed) Dr. John Price, John Boyce, Thomas Gold, and Thomas Atkins, personalty. Wife Avie, execx. and residuary legatee.
Test: Wm. Street, Nicholas Temple. MCW 1. 195. 
Story, Ralph (I003268)
 
71363 STOUGHTON, MARY, daughter of William Stoughton Esqr. and Ann his wife, born
19 September 1724; Baptized 27 September 1724, in the Church of Somerset
Parish, by the Revd. James Robertson; Coll. Arnold Elzey, Mr. Morieh Ellis,
Mrs. Sarah Elzey and Mrs. Alice Ellis being Godfathers and godmothers. 
Stoughton, Mary (I107392)
 
71364 Strawberry Vale, property of Gustavus Scott

Children
Christian Scott
Gustavus Hall Scott
William Bushrod Scott
John Caile Scott b: 1782
Robert James Scott b: 1798
Mary Scott
Juliana Scott
Elizabeth Caile Scott
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Gustavus Scott (1753-1800) was a native of Prince William County, Virginia., but, after completing his legal education at London's Middle Temple in 1769, he immigrated to Somerset County, Md. (1771), and later lived in Dorchester Co. (1778), Baltimore Town (1790), and George-town, DC. (1795). By 1773 he had been admitted to the Somerset and Dorchester county courts as well as to the provincial court. His public career included service in the fourth through the ninth Maryland conventions (1775-1776) and in the House of Delegates (1780-1784), and he was a commissioner for Washington, D.C. (1794-1800). His brother Robert was married to Thomas Stone's sister Catherine. Bio. Dic. Md. Legis., II, 717-718.
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records by others:
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Cemetery family burial ground of William Scott at Dipple, Virginia (now Quantico)
Comment Although styled as Brown & wife vs Scott the only plaintiff named is Catharine Brown
Defendant John C. Scott; Henry Gunnell (exor.); Thomas Blackburn Jr. (exor.); Thomas Blackburn Sr. (exor. - decd); William Scott (decd)
Family Anne Martin, daughter of Thomas Bryan Martin
Family Elizabeth Scott & Margaret Scott, daughters of the Revd. John Scott
Family John Scott, nephew of William Scott & son of Revd. John Scott
Family Helen Bullett & Christian Blackburn, sisters of William Scott
Family William Scott, brother of Catharine Brown
Family John C. Scott, son of Gustavus Scott
Locality Fairfax Co.; Prince William Co.; DC; VA
Marriage Thomas Blackburn -mr- Catherine Brown, sister of William Scott
Plaintiff Catharine Brown
Will William Scott - Fairfax Co. - 1785 / 1787
Administrative Information
Record title Brown & wife vs Scott
Year recorded 1812?
Collection CR-SC-H
Record ID 40-16
End Notes
Preserved by Virginia Circuit Court Records Preservation Program
Processed by Margaret Anne Crickman
Extracted by Barry L. McGhee
Extracted on 9/5/2002

Context Extract
Defendant John C. Scott; Gustavus Hall Scott; William B. Scott; Robert Scott; Thomas J. Bullitt; Nathaniel Crawford; John Threlkeld; Uriah Forrest; Elias B. Caldwell
Deponent / Affiant John Mountjoy
Family William Scott, brother of Gustavus Scott
Family John C. Scott, Gustavus Hall Scott, William B. Scott, Robert Scott, Mary Scott, Juliana Scott & Christian Scott, children of Gustavus Scott
Locality Stafford Co.; Culpeper Co.; Fauquier Co.; Fairfax Co.; Loudoun Co.; KY (Fayette Co.); MD (Montgomery Co.); MD (Dorchester Co.); DC; KY (Ohio Co.)
Marriage FNU Tyler -mr- Christian Scott, daughter of Gustavus Scott
Plaintiff Alexander Macey
Tract
Will Gustavus Scott - MD (Montgomery Co.) - 1801
Administrative Information
Record title Macey vs Scott
Year recorded 1819
Collection CR-SC-H
Record ID 188-15
End Notes
Preserved by City of Fredericksburg
Processed by Margaret Anne Crickman
Extracted by Barry L. McGhee
Extracted on 5/8/2003
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Court Record Data
Context Extract
Coffin E. Francis paid for a coffin - 19 Feb. 1848
Death John Scott died 11 Jan. 1848
Defendant Frances S. Scott (widow); Jones Green; Anne M. Berry; William S. Scott; Isabella R. Scott; Charles S. Scott; George B. Scott; Rebecca B. Green (infant); Elizabeth Jones Green (infant); James Green (infant); Fanny S. Green (infant); George S. Hamilton; John S. Hamilton (infant); Anne B. Hamilton (infant); Isabella H. Hamilton (infant); Hugh Hamilton (infant); Fergueson Hamilson (infant); John S. Berry (infant)
Estate account of the estate of John Scott decd. - 1848-1849
Family Frances Scott, widow of John Scott
Family Hugh Hamilton, son in law of John Scott
Family George S. Hamilton, John S. Hamilton, Anne B. Hamilton, Isabella H. Hamilton, Hugh Hamilton & Fergueson Hamilson, children of Hugh Hamilton
Family Rebecca B. Green, Elizabeth Jones Green, James Green & Fanny S. Green, children of Jones Green
Family John Francis Scott, Hugh Scott, William S. Scott, Isabella R. Scott, Charles S. Scott & George B. Scott, children of John Scott
Family John S. Berry, only child of Anne M. Berry
Locality Fredericksburg; KY
Marriage Jones Green -mr- Susan Scott, daughter of John Scott
Marriage Laurence W. Berry -mr- Anne M. Scott, daughter of John Scott
Plaintiff Hugh Hamilton; John F. Scott; Hugh Scott
Slave Jack; Letty; Lucy; Stewart; Judy; Matilda & son Thomas; Louisa; - property of John Scott
Tenant Richard Bozel, tenant of John Scott
Will John Scott - Fredericksburg - 1846
Administrative Information
Record title Hamilton &c vs Scott &c
Year recorded 1857
Collection CR-CI-H
Record ID 139-23
End Notes
Preserved by City of Fredericksburg
Processed by Margaret Anne Crickman
Extracted by Barry L. McGhee
Extracted on 9/5/2002

Court Record Data
Context Extract
Cause of Action Debt on a note for hire of a slave
Defendant Turner H. Ramsey; Ivory Perkins
Locality Spotsylvania Co.
Plaintiff John Carter
Slave William Scott - property of Jno. C. Carter
Administrative Information
Record title Carter vs Ramsey
Year recorded 1843
Collection CR-LC-L
Record ID 512-19
End Notes
Preserved by Virginia Circuit Court Records Preservation Program
Processed by Margaret Anne Crickman
Extracted by Barry L. McGhee
Extracted on 5/20/2003
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Contributed by: James Hughes

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(+) In the name of God, amen, I, William Scott of the County of Fairfax and Commonwealth of Virginia, of perfect strength of mind and memory do make and ordain this my Last will & Testament in manner following; Imprimis, I commit my Soul to God in humble confidence of his mercy, through our Lord Jesus Christ at whose awful tribunal I fully expect to appear at the great day when the secrets of all hearts shall be disclosed.

Item, it is my will and desire that my body may be decently interred in the family burying ground at Dipple where there may be a tomb errected over my Grave with a proper inscription on it, and if it should so happen that the grave yard should not be enclosed at my death, I desire it may be decently paled or walled in at the expence of my estate.

Item, I desire that a tomb may be erected over the grave of my dear and honored father and mother, properly inscribed, [if I should not have it done in my life time agreeable to my mother's request], at the expence of my estate. Item, I bequeath all the real and personal estates I die possessed of or may have a right to after the payments of my just debts, inclosing the grave yard, and erecting the above mentioned Tombs to my dear brother Gustavus Scott of Dorchester County, Maryland, and his heirs forever, incumbered with the legacys after written which I desire may be paid in four years after my demise by him my said brother Gustavus Scott, one hundred pounds current money Virginia to my sister Hellen Bullett, 100 like money to my sister Christian Blackburn and twenty pounds like money pertannum to my sister Catherine Brown during her natural life. It is my intention that the above legacies to my sisters above mentioned should be absolutely at their own disposal & not subj! ect the debts or controul of their husbands.

Item, I bequeath the following legacies also to be paid by my brother Gustavus Scott out of my estate in five years after my death, one hundred pounds current money of Virginia to my nephew John Scott son of late brother the rev'd John Scott deceased & 100 apiece to each of his daughters namely Elizabeth Scott & Margaret Scott in like manner and to be paid in like manner, also 100 Current Money of Virginia to my nephew Thomas Blackburn Son of Colo Thomas and Christian Blackburn to be paid in like manner by my said brother Gustavus Scott out of my estate.

Item, I request that an elegant ring with a lock of my hair under the stone of it, be presented to miss Anne Martin Daughter of Thomas Bryan Martin Esq, as a pledge of my friendship for her.

Lastly I appoint my much esteemed friends, Gustavus Scott, Thomas Blackburn & Cuthbert Bullett Esqrs Executors of this my Last will and Testament written with my own hand. I hereby revoke all wills proceeding this date.

Witness my hand and Seal this fourth day of July one thousand seven hundred and eighty five.

Strawberry vale July 4th 1785. [Signed] WM. SCOTT. [L. S.]

A Copy. Teste P. WAGENER, C. 
Scott, Gustavus (I018808)
 
71365 STRIGER, John & Susan PELLY, 11 Apr. 1822, m by EG, Campbell Co., KY Family F37792
 
71366 STRIGER, William H. & Mary PICKET, 14 Jan. 1838, m by JS, b H.W. Marshall, Campbell County, Kentucky Family F00701
 
71367 STROMAT, John, age 47, 11 Jan. 1757; CHLR F#3 50:467.
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William Williams; Charles Co.; £103.12.7; 16 Jun 1736; nok William Williams, Elizabeth Annis; extx. Anne Williams (121.405)
William Williams; Charles Co.; acct; £103.12.7; £35.2.4; 20 Jul 1737; extx. Anne Stranat, wife of John Stranat (114369)
William Williams; acct.; Charles Co.; £103.12.7; £35.2.4; 20 Jul 1737; extx. Anne Stranat, wife of John Stranat (AA 14369)

25 Jan 1744/5; Bonds of £100 between John Stromatt and William Williams; relating to John Stromatts in right of his wife Anne, late relict of William Williams, father to sd. William Williams; regarding Frankum and Williams' Addition (CCLR Z#2.30)
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John Stromatt 87.268 CH £348.13.3 Aug 10 1765 Aug 14 1765
Appraisers: Robert H. Courts, William Elgin.
Mentions: Constant Keiberd, John Keibard, Thomas Keibeard.
Administratrix: Johanna Stromatt.
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William Williams 14.369 A CH £103.12.7 £35.2.4 Jul 20 1737
Sureties: Zachariah Wade, Joseph Harrison.
Received from: Matthew Hatton, William Monroe, Capt. John Barker, John Cornish, Joshua Ratcliff, Joseph Ratcliff, Jane Stones.
Payments to; James Scot, James Glascock, Dr. Brown, Thomas Williams, Daniel Dulany, Esq., Sam. Hanson, Col. Dent, Charles Anderson, Matthew Hatton, Martha Yoakley, George Medway.
Executrix: Anne Stronat, wife of John Stronat.
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Charles County Court Records, June 1738 Court, Liber T#2, Page 469.
Jul 20, 1737. John Stromat & Ann, his wife, Ex'x of William Williams - Dirs. To the decd's estate then accounted for - £134.18.2.
By disbursements allowed - £35.2.43/4. To be secured & disposed according to the decd's will - 99.15.9%.
134.18.2.
To his wife's one third - £33.5.3.
To his son, William, a legacy of 1 good feather bed & furniture - 5.0.0.
To his son, Thomas, 1 ditto app: at £5.
To his daughter Lucretia, 1 ditto app'd at £5.
To his daughter Mary, 1 ditto app'd at £5.
To each of his sd children, one gold ring all appr'd at 1.19.13/4 - 6.19.13/4.
To Eliza: Annis, a legacy of 1 young bay horse appraised at 1.5.0.
The residue to be equally divided among all his children, viz, William, Thomas, Lucretia, & Mary, according to his will, which is to each £10.16.71/8 - 43.6.4%.
£99.15.91/.
Zachariah Wade & Joseph Harrison, both of CC, Sureties. Signed per order Wm. Rogers, Reg'r.
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Charles Mounto 22.279 CH £12.3.1 Mar 24 1737 May 4 1737
Appraisers: John Stromatt, John Philbud.
Creditors: Matthew Hatton, Richard Woodward.
Administrator: Benoni Harrison.
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Ollard, John, Charles Co., 13th Nov., 1742; 7th Feb., 1742.
To cousin William Beeman, entire estate, he to remain with his grandmother - as long as she lives and to be under the guardianship of John Stramate.
Test: Thomas Norfolk, Ann Beck. 23. 49.
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10 Nov 1773; from John Stromatt, merchant of Charles County, to Clement Kennedy; names tract Johns Debars of 245 acres; also Johns Chance laying between Frankum and Galloways Beginning (CCLR S#3.484)
21 Jun 1780; Clement Kennedy of Durham Parish, Charles Co. released John Stromatt from all actions, etc. (CCLR 1775-1782 p.486)
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Thomas Hudson 47.25 CH £479.7.11 Dec 13 1750 Apr 20 1751
Appraisers: Edward Maddox John Stromatt.
Creditors: Rhodum Trussell, Elisabeth Southerlon, Abraham Boy.
Next of kin: Elisabeth Hudson, Luke Philbrt.
Executrix: Elisabeth Hudson.
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Andrew Curry 20.114 A CH £15.12.5 £22.2.11 Feb 15 1743
Sureties: Matthew Stone, Sr., Bryant Flinn,
Received from: Daniel Wright, Thomas Ryley, James Ross, John Butts, William Muncaster, Edward Walker, Stephen Mankin, Samuel Burgess, John Stromatt.
Payments to: David Crawford, Robert Doyne, John Butts, John Pidgeonboy, Daniel Dulany, Esq., Walter Hanson.
Representatives: unknown.
Administrator: Robert Sennel.
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William Taylor 67.496 CH £13.14.6 Sep 15 1759
Appraisers: Jacob Ware, John Stromatt.
Mentions: Ignatius Summer, John Danolson.
Mentions: Pattrick Macdonnal, Ellexsander Macdonnal.
Administrator: Richard Rising.
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William Munroe 21.343 A CH £89.16.6 £57.7.6 May 30 1745
Sureties: John Stramat, Thomas Hudson.
Received from: Henry Jefferson.
Payments to: James Freeman, Benjamin Fendall, John Pallyson, William Dent, Richard Griffith, Henry Jefferson, John Stramat, James Scott, Alexander McDaniel, Thomas Jackson, Hugh Kelly, Clement Kenneday, William Groves, George Tarvin, John Stoddart, Daniel Dulany, Esq., Walter Hanson.
Mentions: widow (unnamed), 4 children: William Munroe, Elisabeth, Mary, Sarah Munroe.
Administratrix: Elisabeth Ashfield, wife of John Ashfield.

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ASHFEALD, JOHN, Charles Co, waterman. 4 Dec 1745 29 Dec 1748
To wife ELIZABETH, extx., all my estate.
Wit: John Stromatt, Anne Stromatt. 25.485
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William Grigg 76.287 CH £6.8.0 Aug 27 1761 Sep 29 1761
Appraisers: John Stromate, William Beck.
Creditors: John Woodward, William Warden.
Administrator: George Young.
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William Taylor 67.496 CH £13.14.6 Sep 15 1759
Appraisers: Jacob Ware, John Stromatt.
Mentions: Ignatius Summer, John Danolson.
Mentions: Pattrick Macdonnal, Ellexsander Macdonnal [McDaniel].
Administrator: Richard Rising.
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John Hobson 19.517 A CH £106.6.8 £191.14.11 Jul 22 1743
Sureties: Matthew Barnes, Sr., William Theobalds.
Received from: Walter Maddox, William Cole, John Evans, Henry Barns, Barton Stone, Jo. Doyne, David Stone, Thomas Keyberd, Jeremiah Adderton, Robert Doyne, Richard King, Simon Smith, Richard Price, Edward Carter, John Hood, John Boye, John Stramat, Thomas Matthews, Matthew Coffer, Philip Clubb, John Beale, James Smallwood, Alexander McLaran, Henry more, James Goe, Hen. Woodyward, Robert Frankling, James Maddox, John Bigges, John Acton, Charles Ford, Samuel Chunn, Alex. Semmes, Daniel McDaniel, Henry Miles, Benjamin Douglass, Capt. Douglass, William Barker, Butler Stonestreet, Barton Hungerford, Henry Acton, Thomas Morris, Archabald Johnson, Benjamin Craycraft, John Baker, Thomas Thompson, William Keif, Edward Jenkins, William Cooksey, Samuel Wood, Isaac Wood, Edward Ford, Jacob Brandt, William Lary, John Cosey, (a blank line), Thomas Cawood, William Brent, Vincent Askin, Francis Adams, Jr., Thomas Smoot (Sece.), Matthew Clubb, John Thompson, Thomas Smoot, Jr., Alexander Mcferson.
Payments to: Richard Tarom, William Mcferson, John Muschet, Francis Goodred, Mr. John Chesley, William Neale, Henry Terret (in Virginia money), Daniel Dulany, Esq., Walter Hanson, Mr. Samuel Young, Jacob Smith (in Virginia money), Francis Ware.
Executrix (acting): Elisabeth Lucket, wife of Samuel Lucket.
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Charles County Court Records, 9 November 1736 Court, Liber T#2, Page 264
The Justices here do describe the following Main Roads, and do appoint the several persons hereafter named, overseers of sd Roads for the ensuing year:
From (George )Elgins Run, the usual Road to the River Side by Simon Smith's, from Burdicts Creek to the River Side by Mr. John King's, the old Path that strikes out of Burdict Creek Road by Edward Shakeletts to Saml: Hanson Jr's plantation at the River Side, John Stromat, Overseer.
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Charles County Court Records, March 1741/2 Court, Liber T#2, Page 314
We also present Sarah Womsley for bearing a bastard child, by information of Samuel Adams, and living at John Stromat's.
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Charles County Maryland Land Record Liber X#2, 1743-1744; Page 111. At the request of John Stromatt, the following receipt was recorded on Jun 15, 1744.
Aug [blank day], 1736. Then received of Mr. John Stromatt 10 £ 15 shillings & 3 pence, which in tobacco is 2154 [lbs], being part of a bill due to me, dated Jul 31, 1736. Signed - Tho: Crumpton.
Apr 15, 1737. Received of Mr. John Stromatt, 3 hhds of tobacco, for the use of Mr. Thomas Crumpton, per Franc Ware.
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Charles County Maryland Land Record Liber Z#2, 1744-1753; Page 353. At the request of John Stramatt, the following deed was recorded on Jul 18, 1749.
Jun 12, 1749 from Richard Wade of CC, planter, to John Stramatt of CC, for 1500 lbs tobacco and for other good causes, a parcel of land, being part of a tract of land called Wades Addition, lying in CC, containing, by original grant, 100 acres, containing and now laid out for about 30 acres. Signed - Richard (R his mark) Wade. Wit - Rd Harrison, Walter Hanson.
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Charles County Land Record Book A#2, 1752-1756; Page (401). Sep 22, 1755 from John Stromatt of CC, planter, to John Perry Sr of CC, planter, for 1000 lbs of good, sound, merchantable tobacco, a tract of land in CC called Griffis' Ambition, lying between the land of Mr. Contee and the land of the sd John Perry, bounded by the east side of the Great Beaverdam, containing & now laid out for about 10 acres. Signed - John Stromatt. Wit - Thos Stone, Walter Hanson. Anne, the wife of the sd John Stramat, relinquished her right of dower to the lands within mentioned. Recorded Nov 12, 1755.
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Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 138. May 31, 1762 from John Stomat (Stromat) of CC, planter, to John Jordan of CC, Gentleman, for 40 pistoles and 8000 lbs of crop tobacco, a tract of land in CC, being a tract formerly taken up by James Lindsey, lying on the north side of Potomack River about 4 leagues above Nanjemy, bounded by Lawsons Marsh, containing about 250 acres. Signed - John Stromatt. Wit - R Harrison*, Jos: H: Harrison*. Recorded Jun 2, 1762
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Riverside: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 397-126: WADES ADDITION: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - See Notes: : Surveyed 14 Feb 1720 for Richard Wade adjoining to a parcel of land called DOUGLAS ADVENTURE now in possession of said Wade beginning at a bounded White Oak standing on the West side of a run called the Little Dam and is a bounded tree of the aforesaid tree.: Other Tracts Mentioned: DOUGLAS; ADVENTURE; ; Conveyance notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, 30 Acres - John Stromatt from Richard Wade; 12 June 1749, , 
Stromatt, John (I013921)
 
71368 Strong, Thomas, St. Paul's Parish, Kent Co., 19th Oct., 1739 ; 23rd Feb., 1739.
To sons Michael and James and hrs., 100 A. "Common Garden.',
To wife Jane, extx., 1/3 personal estate.
To dau. Jane, personalty
To child. including son-in-law Henry Philip, residue of estate.
Test: Paul Whichcoate, John Shonhane, 22. 156.
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Thomas Strong 25.205 KE £68.15.9 Jun 8 1740 Aug 26 1740
Appraisers: Paul Whichcote, James Thomas.
Creditors: Richard Walters, John Conner.
Next of kin: Michael Strong, James Strong.
Executrix: Jane Strong.
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Thomas Strong 19.215 A KE £68.15.9 £23.1.4 Oct 28 1742
Payments to: John Connor, Paula Wichcoate, John Buck, Esq. paid to William Biosick, Henry Philips, Jonath Whiteworth, Simon Wilmore, D. Dulany, Esq., Charles Hynson, Patrick Walters, Paul Wichcoat & James Thomas.
Executrix: Jane Strong.
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Bond, Benjamin, boatwright, Kent Co., 9th June, 1715; 8th May, 1723.
To mother Elizabeth, extx., entire estate.
Test: Edward Davis, Thomas Strong, Jane Strong. 18,116.
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Cornelius Hurley 12.600 A KE £41.2.2 £24.12.6 Jun 7 1734
Payments to: Benjamin Griffith by order by John Chapman, Benjamin Griffith, William Frisby, Richard Jones, William Browning, Cornelius Harkins, George Griffith, Thomas Strong, William Tidmarsh, Charles Calvert, Esq. paid to John Gresham, John Gresham.
Administratrix: Sarah Hurley.
 
Strong, Thomas (I113118)
 
71369 STUBBLEFIELD, Catherine, widow, Spotsylvania County, d. Apr. 14, 1777. Wit. O. Towles, Mary Towles, Beverley Winslow. Ex. Sons Harry and Robert Stubblefield; Oliver Towles. Leg. Sons George, Harry and Beverley Stubblefield; granddaughter Catherine Stubblefield, dau. Of Robert Stubblefield; granddaughters Susannah, daughter of George, and Catherine the daughter of Robert Stubblefield. (pg. 348) Stubblefield, Catherine MNU (I044929)
 
71370 Stump, Thomas, Prince George's County, 29th April, 1723; 10th May, 1723.
To 3 sons Thomas, John and William. and their hrs., 200 A. "Stump's Valles." in the freshes of Potomac R., equally.
Wife Eliza. extx.
Test: John Flints, Ninian Tannehill, Robt. Payne (Paine). MCW 18.69.
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John Fidey 13.194 PG £21.4.0 Aug 13 1728 Aug 27 1728
Appraisers: John Flint, George Beall.
Creditors: John Abbington, John Prichett.
Administratrix/Executrix: Elisabeth Stump.
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John Fidey 9.455 A PG £7.2.5 Aug 25 1729
Received from: Mr. Thomas Evans.
Payments to: Mr. John Abbington, John Prichett, James Harbert, Charles Calvert, Esq.
Administratrix: Elisabeth Stump.
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John Hide 9.331 A PG £21.4.0 £5.18.3 Mar 26 1729
Payments to: Richard Lanham, Peter Dent.
Heirs: "if any are in England".
Administratrix: Elisabeth Stump.
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John Gibson 13.194 PG £8.5.0 Apr 9 1728 Jul 30 1728
Appraisers: George Beall, Ninian Tannehill.
Creditors: Elisabeth Stump.
Next of kin: John Flick.
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John Gibson 9.218 A PG £10.15.6 £4.5.5 Jul 30 1728
A second inventory is cited in the amount of E1.5.0.
Payments to: Brooke & Holland, Holland, Lee & Brooke, Charles Calvert, Esq.
List of debts: Elisabeth Stump, Mary Crampton, John Flint.
Heirs: Gibson (daughter).
Administrator: Benjamin Rimmer
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John Gibson 9.66 A PG £7.15.1 £6.16.4 Aug 27 1728
Payments to: Elisabeth Stump, John Flint, Mary Crampton.
Heirs: Saphiah Gibson (6 years old).
Administrator: Benjamin Rimmer.
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Prince George's Land Records 1726-1730 - Liber M, Page 585
Enrolled at request of Elizabeth Stump 1 May 1730:
From Elizabeth Stump, widow, for affection to her eldest son Thomas Stump, 2nd son John Stump and youngest son William Stump as soon as they arrive at the age of 21; feather bed, bolster rug, blankets, one cow calf and one iron pot; plus equal division of other household items, implements, etc.; /s/ Elizabeth Sumpt (mark); wit. John Flint, Elizabeth Flint 
Stump, Elizabeth MNU (I013526)
 
71371 Sturdy, Joanna Married Rowley Lunsford, June 16, 1754 Family F26369
 
71372 Sturdy, Robert Departed this life, November 3, 1749
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STAFFORD COUNTY VA WILL BOOK O; 1748-1767; THE ANTIENT PRESS
p. 85 In name of God I ROBERT STURDY of County of Stafford Overwharton Parish Planter being in perfect sense bring my Last Will & Testament.
Imprimis I bequeath to my son WILLIAM STURDY one cow & young mare colt Item give unto my Daughter JOANNA STURDY my young gray horse Item I give my Daughter MARGRET GARNER one shilling sterling being already provided for all the rest of my personal Estate I give to my espoused wife ELIZABETH during her natural life & after my wifes decease l give my Negro man Ochame unto my son William. After my wife's decease rest of my Estate to be equally divided among my three children William Margaret & Joanna. Lastly I appoint my loving Wife whole & Sole Executor 3d Novr 1749 as I am but little in Debt is my will that this my Estate shall not be appraised.
Presence Will Mathews Robert Sturdy [his mark]
Sarah Mathews
At Cour held for Stafford County 13th March 1749 Last Will & Testament of Robert Sturdy deced presented into Court by ELIZABETH STURDY the Executrx being proved admitted to record - Certificate is granted for Probate ..
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VIRGINIA GLEANINGS IN ENGLAND; The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, pp 237
WILLIAM STURDEY of Stafford County in Virginia. Will 23 May 1698; proved 12 May 1705.
All to wife Margaret Sturdey and son Robert Sturdey. Executrix: wife Margaret Sturdey.
Witnesses: Rott Weight, Margaret Wright, John Jackson.
Administration in Prerogative Court of Canterbury of said William Sturdey, late of Stafford County in Virginia over seas, deceased, to Robert Sturday, paternal uncle of Robert Sturdey only issue and universal legatee of said William Sturdey deceased, Margaret Sturdey the relict dying before administaation and said Robert Sturdy the son surviving his mother.
Fagg. 101 
Sturdy, Robert (I050486)
 
71373 STURMAN FAMILY NOTES

By MARY HOPE WEST, Chevy Chase, Md., AND
JULIET FAUNTLEROY, Altavista, Virginia.

(First Installment)
THOMAS STURMAN, b. 1584, Hadman Parish, County Bucks, England, d. in Westmoreland County, Virginia., 1654. He, with his wife Ann, son John, daus. Elizabeth and Ann, came to Maryland in May 1640 in the "shipp Sarah Elizabeth," and settled on the Isle of Kent, in the Province of Maryland. (Md. Archives, Vol. V—p. 181). Another dau., Rosamund, remained in England. Richard, the other son, came later. Thomas' Sturman and his son John came with a company of workers sent by Cloberry & Co., together with supplies consigned to Capt. Robt. Evelyn, gent., Commander of the Isle of Kent. (Vol. I—p. 2.) Thomas worked for Evelyn as cooper, his son John, as bookkeeper. Both came as Freemen. From the Maryland Hist. Magazine, Vol. 8 p. 266 Land Office Records Sept. 28 1650-- "Thomas Sturman demandeth 650 Acres of land for transportation of himself, his wife, Anne and Elizabeth his daughters John Sturman his sonne and George Watts and Thomas Simonds his men servants about 10 years since and John Sturmans wife about 2 years since into this Province."
Warrt to lay out for Thomas Sturman 650 Acres of land uppon Patuxent River or elsewhere within this Province recorded 10 ffebr.
In 1641, Thomas' Sturman became a property owner. On Nov. 1st of that year (Vol. 4—Md. Archives p. 486) "James Calther of St. Mary's Hundred, St. Mary's County, makes over his house & plantation in same to Thomas Sturman of the Isle of Kent cooper & Thomas Uell (Youell) of the same Isle & Province planter."
June 1--1642 (Md. Archives, Vol. 1 p. 129)
Assembly proceedings July-Aug. 1642
Assembly held at St. Maries on Wednesday June 1st, the Sheriff returned elected Burgesses of St. Mary's County, Thomas Sturman & John Langford.
The first record of the election of Burgesses in Maryland is that of Mr. David Wickliff, Feb. 11 1638. Vol. 1 p. 28.
"Command to the people of St. Michael's Hundred who lived between St. Ingoes Creek & Trinity Creek to take their women and Children to the home of Thomas Sturman." There appears to have been an Indian uprising about this time, and Thomas Sturman's home was probably better fortified than others of that neighborhood.
Ibid—p. 139 Proceedings and Acts of Assembly of Md. July-Aug. 1642.
Upon a new debate, it was put to the question whether the lost bill should be voted again or no, and that it should was voted by all Freeman but John Langborne
Geo Pye
Wm. Brough
John Sturman
David Whitcliffe
Nath. Pope
Ibid. Bill No 10 For Drunkeness
Moved by Mr. Thompson that the bill might be applied toward the building of some Church & because it was not admitted, the bill was passed by all the Freeman except
Mr. Thompson
Robt. Vaughn
Geo. Pye
Nath. Pope
David Whitcliffe
Thomas Sturman

The two Sturmans and their friends seem to have got into trouble with the authorities quickly. (Md. Archives, Vol. 1-p. 124-125-Nov. 25-1642.) The charge of his Lord Proprietor's Agent "Thomas Sturman, Francis Gray, John Hampton, Robt. Smith and Thomas Youell that since they were lately pardoned bye two several pardons one after another of the Crimes of the Rebellion & Sedition, they the sd. relinquents or some one or more of them Secretly fled out of the Province by night and made resort and assembled themselves together at the house of John Mottrem and with others at Chickacoon, notorious enemies to the Lord Proprietary and his Government here established," (Chickacoon, the earliest settlement in the Northern Neck of Virginia, was the rallying point for all Protestants disaffected to the government of Lord Baltimore. Wm. & Mary Quarterly, Vol. 15 p. 175.)

M d. Archives Vol. 1 p. 178—Jan. 19, 1646
By his Lord Proprietary's Lieut. of Maryland
Whereas Robt. Smith, Thomas Youell & Thomas Lewis being inhabitants of this Province have Secretly Fled out of the Province and adjoining themselves to persons hostilely affected agt. this Province and doe hence return into the Province by night as enemies and Robbers and kill and carry away the cattle of the Inhabitants. These are to summon the sd Robt. Smith, Thomas Youell & Thomas Lewis to render themselves to the Sheriff of St. Maries County or at St. Ingoe's Fort afore the 4th Feb. next upon perile to be Proclaimed Rebels and Robbers and as such to be Proceeded agt. both themselves and all persons communities (yea throughout the Province) that shall harbour them or any of them after notice hereof.

Ibid. p. 177 Jan. 19, 1646
Thomas Sturman, Francis Gray, John Hampton, Robt. Sedgrave and John Sturman doe each of them Severally for himself to owe unto the Lord Proprietary 2000 lbs. of Tob. in case they shall attempt to goe out of the Colony of St. Marie's without acquainting the Governor therewith afore or shall entertain Secret Communication or Intelligence with John Mottram, Thomas Youell, Thomas Lewis or Robt. Smith or any Person coming from them or any of them, or shall know of any of their Coming into parts where he lives and shall not as soon as he may give notice thereof to the Governor
Thomas X Sturman
Francis Gray
John Hampton
Robt. Sedgrave
John Sturman
Thomas Youell must have made his peace with the Governor, for he was in Maryland again in 1649, and in 1650, was living in Westmoreland County, Virginia.
At a Court held April 5—1648 (Vol. IV—p. 380—Court & Testamentary Business 1637-1650) A long deposition of John Sturman suit regarding a cow which was damaged by Thomas Sturman, (his father), says that the "Beast" formerly belonged to Thomas Sturman but is now the property of William Harditch, that it bore the mark of Thomas Sturman and had borne the same 10 years; that Thomas Sturman had 12 or 14 head -Qf cattle before Ingle's rebellion; 2 cows & 5 calves were transported or caused-to be trans-ported out of ye Province by Thomas Sturman.
Ibid. p. 384 April 6 1648 Know all men by these presents that l~ Thomas Sturman do freely & absolutely give my Shallop & all the cattle wch of mine now in Mary Land unto my sonne John Sturman to have and to hold ect., ect.
Sig.
The mark of T
Thomas Sturman
Wm. Pindley
his
Andrew Murrow X
mark

Vol. 4--p. 541 Court held Feb. 1649.
Thomas Sturman plte. vs. Mrs. Margaret Brent deft.
The Plaintiffe craveth to bee relieved against the deft. for that she unjustly disturbeth him in his possession of a House & Plantacon in St. Michall Hundred wch hee claymeth to belong to him by vertue of a grant heretofore made to Thomas Pasmore of 1000 acres of land by the late Governor of this Province Leonard Calvert Esgr deceased within which divident the said Plantacon lyeth and the defendant denyed that Mr. Calvert whose Executor she is ever granted to Pasmore 1000 acres in that place being within the said Mr. Calverts Manor whereuppon the originall Grant to Pasmore was read also 2 other subsequent grants where-by the right to the said 1000 acres is derived to the plte and like-wise the said Pasmore oath all remayning upon Record; but the deft. amongst other objecons alledged that the pits had made an agreemt with the said Mr. Calvert to accept part of the said 1000 acres there rending a Rent and the rest in some other place and desired time till November Court next to make her proofes till which time she can not attend the hearing which is ordered accordingly and then the cause is to receive a final determination.

Ibid.—p. 45—Court held at St. Maries—1 Nov. 1650
Case of Mr. Thomas Sturman versus Mrs. Margaret Brent executrix of Leonard Calvert Esq. deft. settled. Thomas Sturman to hold & possess the 1000 acres and plantation formerly belonging to Thomas Pasmore. (abstract).
Vol. 5—p. 181-83, 1649
"Thomas Sturman of the Isle of Kent in the Province of Maryland" again appeared Burgess for St. Michael Hundred, and was admitted.

Calvert Papers, Md. Hist. Society. "Rent Rolls of St. Mary's County, Maryland 1639-1659," p. 29
"Yeatlingbury," a free hold containing 100 acres by assignment from Thomas Sturman to Thos Ashbrook according to the (illegible) Portsmouth Aug. 8-1636. It was surveyed for said Ashbrook Apr. 8—1653. The yearly rent was 2 shillings sterling and 1 bu corn to be paid at St. Mary's feast of the Nativity. It was on the East side of St. Clements bay & was owned later by John Bagley.

On March 6--1653-(Vol. 4-p. 348-Md. Arch.) Mr. John Sturman and his father (Thomas,' were ordered to pay certain damage to Thomas Cornwallis. They were defendants in a suit Jan. Court 1652, having been accused by Cornwallis of being leaders in Ingle's Rebellion with William Hardidge. After a rather stormy thirteen years of life in Maryland, Thomas Sturman and his family removed, in 1653, to Westmoreland County, Virginia., a new County formed from Northumberland. His friends and associates, Nathaniel Pope, David Whitcliffe and Andrew Monroe, all left the Province and settled in Westmoreland Co. Thomas Sturman did not enjoy his more peaceful life in Virginia very Iong. He died in 1654, at the age of 70 years. In his will made in that year, he made his wife, Anne Sturman, his Executor.
Their children were: 1. John; 2. Elizabeth; 3.Richard; 4. Anne; 5. Rosamund.
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Porter, Nicholas, acth Dec., 1645; 25th Sept., 1646.
To Thomas Yoewell's eld. son and dau. (unnamed) personalty.
Thomas Sturman, residuary legatee.
Ex. not named.
Test: Wm. Pinly, John Sturman. I. 34.
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http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=225&last=&g_p=P2&co llection=LO Patent
Title Munrow, Andrew.
Publication 8 June 1650.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
Note Location: Northumberland County.
Description: 200 acres abutting north east upon a creek issuing out of Potomack River that divideth this land from a neck of land late in the possession of Thomas Sterman.
Source: Land Office Patents No. 2, 1643-1651, p. 225 (Reel 2). 
Sturman, Thomas (I025824)
 
71374 styled Jr because of other henry born apr 1722? or because of this other Henry & Mary Hardy :
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Prince George's County, St. John's and Prince George Parishes Maryland State Census 1776, pg 85
Henry Hardey, Jr., 45: 11: 4
Mary Hardey, 32: 30: 15: 13: 6: 6
=== older Henry
Prince George's County, St. John's and Prince George Parishes Maryland State Census 1776, pg 78
Henry Hardey, 56
Mary Hardey, 60: 23:1
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Prince George's County MD Will Book Liber T No. #1; 1803-1808;
Folio 592 HENRY HARDEY 09/10/1804 01/30/1804
"being of Perfect Memory ..."
Bequeaths to:
1. Isidore Hardey
-to have a lot of ground in the village of Piscataway at the corner of Dr. John Frazier Bowie's garden
2. Mary Dorothy Bowling --daughter
-to have all the lands which testator purchased from Richard Nelson called "Chiney" and "Chiney's Addition" --this land Richard Nelson formerly received possession of from William Mason in exchange for 2 tracts of land called "Discovery" and "Nelson's Marsh Pasture" Articles of the exchange were executed 10/01/1781 but no deeds of conveyance ever passed when testator purchased the land from Nelson in order for testator to procure a deed, did execute with the said Mason a deed to testator for the 2 tracts of land the tracts lying in Charles County
3. Dorothy Reynolds --granddaughter
-to have 1 lot of ground in the village of Piscataway now in rho occupation of the widow of Thornas Scott--and the rents from the land for her use and should she die W/out issue and before coming of age, the land is to be sold by executor and the money divided among all of testator's children
4. Mary Ann Hardey --wife
-to have for her natural life at widowhood and no longer the Land and plantation which testator purchased from the executors of Alexander Hamilton being part of a tract of land called "Indian Fields" and part of a tract of land caned "Gardiner's Meadows"
and testator instructs executor that after his death with all great speed to repair the dwelling house so that "it may be Decently and comfortablly Habitable- and not to charge the expenses to the residuary part of the estate
-to have Negroes: `'Mace" "Cape" "Little Nace" "Charles" "Anthony" "Nancy" "Kate' Betty" "Henny" "Harry" "Sal" "Clair" and "Poll" and old Negro woman "Sue" -to have 1 horse called -Fox" new riding chair, and chair horses, small roan horse, horse called "Spry" a mare called "Poll" 2 yoke of oxen, 12 head of cattle, 12 sheep and all stock of hogs and also to have her choice of articles out of the household furniture. 41 beds and furn., I clock, 6 silver table spoons, 6 silver tea spoons, I pair of silver sugar tongs--all marked MB, 1 large oval walnut table, I small maple oval table, square walnut table. 1 walnut tea table with a drawer, 6 green Windsor chairs. 6 flag bottomed chairs. 1 walnut presser cupboard, I iron salt pan. 2 iron kettles, I large iron pot, 1 small iron pot, 2 Dutch ovens, I bell metal skillet. I pair of stilLyards, I pair of flat irons, 2 brass candlesticks, I looking glass_ I dozen blue-edged plates, 3 dozen cream colored plates, 8 small blue-edged plates, I L pewter plates_ I large oval pewter dish, 1/2 dozen china tea cups and saucers. 1 china bowl. I large Queen's china bowl with blue flowers, 1 large white bowl, 2. small white bowls, 6 wine glasses, 3 tumblers, 1 diaper table cloth, 3 cotton table cloths, 2 tea pots, I pair of cast and irons, I sliding pot rack, 2 pair of pot hooks, 1 iron tea kettle. I ox cart--the wheels shod with iron all the poultry that may be on the plantation and also the stun of 20 pounds current money, as much bacon. beef, and Indian corn as may be determined. as sufficient for the support of widow and Negroes and stock for 1 years, 1/2 of the straw and corn fodder that may be on the plantation at the time of testator's decease -to have for her natural life Negro carpenter 'Will" and his wife "Jenny'
5. John Francis Hardey --son (eldest son)
-after widow's death or remarriage to have the land left to her
-to divide all of testator's wearing apparel with Isidore
-named executor along with Isidore and instructed that the remainder of the estate both real and persona] be sold and the money from the sale to be divided equally among all of testator's grandchildren (unnamed) share and share alike
6. Francis Middleton
Thomas Middleton {children of testator's third wife Catherine Hardey
-to have Negroes "Ben" "Peter" "Baptist" 'Terry" "Bess" "Bet" "Stephen" and "Sam" and "Will"
-to have 6 breeding cows, 1 blaze faced mare called "Bonny'- 1 mare called
"Poll Flanders' 8 sheep, 2 feather beds and furn., I oval maple tablet Large Looking glass and 3 sliver table spoons marked ICM
7. Charity Hardman --housekeeper
-to have the sum of 37 pounds 10 shillings to be paid 6 months alter testator's death
8. Elizabeth Queen --daughter
Ann Boon --daughter
Teresa Catherine Redman --daughter
Anne Stacey Davidson --daughter (formerly Ann Stacey Reynolds)
-whereas testator did on the 12th of April 1794 by separate deeds for that purpose did convey sundry tracts or parcels of land lying Prince George's and Charles Counties to the above named and testator's son Isidore, reserving the use of the said lands to testator for his natural Life and whereas some doubts have arisen respecting the validity of the deeds or how far such conveyances will secure to the parries respectively the lands therein mentioned and by testator intended to be conveyed •-now testator bequeaths and confirms the said lands to the above named children
9. Rev. John Fenwick
-to have the sum of 18 pounds 15 shillings current money to be paid to satisfy a debt from testator to Fenwick
-to have the sum of 37 pounds 10 shillings to be applied to such charitable uses and purposes as he sees most proper
Witnesses: William Marshall
Thomas Mundell
John F. Bowling
Then came: John F. Bowling
Note: the tesiaior signed the will in his own hand

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Marlow, EDWARD, Prince George's Co. 4 Nov 1761; 30 Nov 1761
To wife Sarah Marlow,, land called Timothy and Sarah.
Children: Eleanor Stevens, Mary, Richard, William, Geo., Samuel, Abel and Anne Marlow, Grand-son Butler Marlow.
To son Abel Marlow, tract whereon I Iive., to the discretion of my bro. Wm. Marlow.
Extxs Wife Sarah Marlow,
Wit: Henry Hardy Jr,,, Henry Thomas,. Jno. Hurdell. MCW 31.511
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James Wood 87.313 PG £302.13.6 Jul 28 1765 Sep 10 1765
Appraisers: Francis King, George Hardy, Jr.
Creditors: James Marshall John Glassford & Co., John Baynes,
Next of kin: John Tyler, Henry Hardey.
Administratrix: Elisabeth Wood.
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Hardy, George, Jr.; 13 Mar 1772; 25 Jul 1772; wife Lucy; bro. Thomas Dent & Henry Hardy; children: Thomas Dent Hardy, George, Clara, Mary, Elizabeth, Littey; tracts Pittsburgh, Friends Hazard, Gantry, Boarmans Manor (MCW XIV.227-8); 3 Jul 1772 0 112.134); 24 Mar 1773 ( I 112.100); 18 Apr 1774; widow [unnamed]; children [unnamed] (ABB 6315, 335); heirs Elizabeth, George; 27 Mar 1776 (GB 333); heir George; 27 Aug 1776 (GB 337)
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Oct. 8, 1778 - The Prince George's County, Md. Inventory of Samuel Hilton.
Appraisers: Thomas Dent, Henry Hardey (value 176/11/8 current money of Maryland.)
Creditors: none given.
Kin: none given.
Administratrix: Elizabeth Edgar Hilton, files the inventory on Dec. 5, 1778.
Source: Prince George's County, Md. Inventories, Liber ST1, pp. 92-3.
Comment: The inventory includes Negro man Tom, aged about 50, Negro woman Jadah, aged about 70, and Negro woman Hann

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PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, MARYLAND WILLS; Liber T No. #1; 1778-1783
Folio 143 THOMAS DENT HARDEY, mariner 02/25/1780 08/29/1781
"being in perfect health ..."
Bequeaths to:
I. Thomas Dent --friend and uncle
-to have a slip or lot of ground being part of "Leith" and part of "Frazer's Industry" now called "Pittsburgh" beginning at a locust post standing in a cedar stump near a drain in the said Dent's line thence... to a red oak post standing just under the bank of the north fork of the Piscataway Creek and ranging with the said fork from the beginning post thence... to the main creek thence down with the creek to the said Dent's line thence with the said line reversed passing through a small marshy island to the beginning cont. I acre
2. Henry Hardey --friend and uncle
-to be paid for his trouble in transacting testator's business during testator's absence and is also testator's executors raise 2000 lbs of tobacco with as much conveniency out of the estate and lodge the same in the hands of Henry Hardey, Jr.
-named executor of the will
3. Child of Sister Anne Gordon
-testator desires that the 2000 Ibs of tobacco which is to be lodged in the hands of Henry Hardey, Jr. be applied to her education
4. Margaret Hardey --wife
-to have the rest and remainder of testator's estate
Witnesses: Richard Edelin, Jr, Butler Edelin
Then came: the two above named subscribers to the will
Note: the testator signed the will in his own hand
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PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, MARYLAND WILLS; Liber T No. #1; 1784-1789;
follo 231 JONATHAN BURCH 01/19/1785 02/14/1786
Bequeaths to:
1. Thomas Burch --son
Oliver Burch --son
Benjamin Burch --son
-to have tract of ]and where testator now lives called "Plemoth" cont. 140 acres along w/ a tract of land adjoining called "The Mill Dam Tract" to be divided equally among them.
-Benjamin named executor of the will and to have the crop of tobacco now growing
Witnesses: Henry Hardey, Jr., Leonard Townsend, John Townsend
Then came: the three above named subscriber to the will
Note; the testator signed the will in his own hand
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Prince George's County MD Will Book Liber T No. #1; 1803-1808;
Folio 549 WILLIAM JENKINS 08/--/1785 07/29/1803
"being in perfect and Disposing mind and Memory ..."
Bequeaths to:
1. Ruth Jenkins --mother
Martenia Jenkins --sister
Jane Jenkins --sister
-after debts are paid, the remainder of the estate to be divided among them, and after the death of testator's mother, sisters to divide the whole estate between them
2. Henry Hardey --friend
Edward Lanham --friend
-named joint executors of the will and are empowered to sell as much of the estate as necessary to discharge debts and the debt which testators owes to Robert Dick of Bladensburgh for which Hardey is testator's security
Witnesses: John Smith
Joseph Hatton, Jr.
Henry Dyer
Then came: Joseph Hatton, Jr.
Note: the testator signed the will with his mark
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Name: Shirley Middleton Moller
Email: shirleymoller@verizon dot net
Note:
Catherine the widow of James Middleton Sr married on 24 Nov 1793 to Henry Hardy Jr. Henry died Bef. January 30, 1804 in Prince George's County, MD. Catherine was Henry's 3rd wife and they had no children together.
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Contributed by Shirley Middleton Moller
Charles County, Maryland Land Records, N #4.154

At the request of Henry Hardey the following Agreement was Recorded this 7th day of October Anno Domini 1793

Maryland Sst Articles of Agreement made and executed with and between James Gantt of Prince Georges County State afsd and George Gantt William Tyler and Peter Dejean of Charles County and State afsd all in right of their respective wives of the one part and Henry Hardy of Prince Georges County State afsd of theother part Witnesseth the afsd James Gantt George Gantt William Tyler and Peter Dejean by the rights afsd do hereby rent and lease unto him the afsd Henry Hardy his Heirs Executors or Administrators a piece of ground lying on the Potomack in Pomonkey neck Charles County State afsd making part of a parcel of Land called hawley and Gordon disappointed and Known by the name of Stodderts Landing To have and to Hold he the afsd Henry Hardy his Heirs Executors or Administrators for the term of ten years or ten fishing seasons with all the previleges thereunto belonging And he the afsd Henry Hardy for himself his Heirs Executors and Administrators does hereby agree to pay on or before The 1st day of May ensuing every fishing Season to wit to James Gantt eight thousand Herrings and three hundred Shads to George Gantt eight thousand herrings and three hundred Shads to William Tyler eight thousand and three hundred Shads and to Peter Dejean eight thousand and three hundred Shads Thirty two thousand Herring and twelve Hundred Shads being the yearly consideration for the rent of lease of said Spot of Ground or Landing having thus agreed we have hereunto set our Hands and Seals this 12th day of September one thousand seven hundred and ninety three.
in the presence of James Gantt
Jno F Hardey Geo Gantt
Mathias Redmond Wm Tyler
Peter Dejean
Henry Hardey
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Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 481. Jun 13, 1764 from Charles Willet of CC, to George Hardey (Hardy) Jr & Henry Hardey (Gardey) Jr of Prince George's County, for 60 £ and for other valuable considerations, all that part or parcel of a tract of land called Century, lying in CC near Mamunzink, bounded by the Camp Branch near the line of Friendship, containing and laid out for about 53 acres. Signed - Charles (X his mark) Willet. Wit - Jo: H: Harrison*, Josias Hawkins*, James Marshall. Mary, the wife of the afd Charles Willet, relinquished her right of dower. Recorded Jun 13, 1764.
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Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 454. Jul 13, 1768 from George Gantt of Prince Georges County, planter, to Henry Hardy Jr of the same County, planter, for 116 £ 2 shillings and 9 pence, 3 tracts of land in CC, that is to say, part of Gantts Enlargement, containing about 106 acres. Also, one other parcel, part of Gantts Enlargement Enlarged, bounded by mattowoman Main Run, containing about 6-1/2 acres. Signed - Geo Gantt, Wit - Fras Warring, John Harrison (Prince Georges County JPs). This deed was acknowledged by George Gantt and Ann, his wife, in Prince Georges County. Certified by Thos Sim Lee, Clerk of Prince Georges County. Recorded Aug 3, 1768.
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Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 628. Oct 13, 1769 from George Fraser Hawkins of Prince Georges County, to Henry Hardy (Hardey) Jr of sd county, for 90 £ part of a tract of land in CC called Dukes Delight, bounded by Mr. Thomas Gant Sr's part of the original tract, containing about 164 acres. Signed - Geo Fraser Hawkins. Wit - George Hardey Jr, John Baynes (Prince Georges Co JPs), This deed was acknowledged in Prince Georges County; Susanna Truman, wife of George Fraser Hawkins, relinquished her right of dower, Certified by Thos Sim Lee, Clk of Prince Georges County, Recorded Oct 15, 1769.
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1769-1772; Liber AA 2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 220. At the request of Henry Hardy the following Deed was recorded February 20, 1771
Indenture made February 11, 1771; Isaac Smallwood Middleton of Charles County, Maryland in consideration of 270 pounds current money of Maryland paid by Henry Hardy, Jr. of PGCo have sold part of a tract lying in PGCo called "Gardiner's Meadows"beginning at a bounded white oak standing on the side of Mattawoman swamp containing 290 acres. Signed Isaac Smallwood Middleton in the presence of and acknowledged before John Baynes, George Hardey, Jr. and at the same time Eleanor Middleton wife of Isaac Smallwood Middleton relinquished her right of dower
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Charles County Land Record Book S#3, 1770-1775; Page 117. Feb 11, 1771 from Henry Hardey Jr of Prince Georges County, to Isaak Smallwood Middleton of CC, for 220 £, 3 tracts of land in CC, that is to say, part of Dukes Delight, bounded by Thomas Gantt Sr's line, containing about 100 acres. Also, another parcel or part of Gantts Enlargement Enlarged, containing about 31 acres. Also, part of a tract of land contiguous to the above, called Molleys Delight, containing 103-1/2 acres. Signed - Henry Hardey Jr, John Baynes, Geo Hardey Jr (Prince Georges County JP5). This deed was acknowledged in Prince Georges County by Henry Hardey Jr and Mary, his wife. Certified by Thomas Sim Lee,
clk of Prince Georges County. Recorded Mar 6, 1771.
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Charles County Land Record Book S#3, 1770-1775; Page 120. Feb 11, 1771 from Henry Hardey of Prince Georges County, to Nicholas Boone of CC, for 5 £, part of a tract of land in CC called Molleys Delight, containing about 100 acres. Signed - Henry Hardey Jr, Wit - John Baynes, Geo Hardey Jr (Prince Georges County jps). This deed was acknowledged in Prince Georges County by Henry Hardey Jr and Mary, his wife. Certified by Thomas Sim Lee, Clk of Prince Georges County. Recorded Mar 6, 1771.
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Charles County Land Record Book S#3, 1770-1775; Page 387. Mar 25, 1773 from Henry Hardey Jr & Thomas Dent of Prince Georges County, to William Foard Sr of the sd County. The late Mr. George Hardey Jr, decd, was possessed jointly with the afd Henry Hardey with part of a tract of land lying in CC, called Boarmans Manor on Dividing Run, which, by his will dated last Mar 15, he requests to be sold for the purposes therein mentioned, which appoints sd Henry Hardey and Thomas Dent to sell sd land. In compliance with the afd will this deed witnesses that sd Henry Hardey & Thomas Dent, for 200 £ 7 shillings, have sold to sd William Foard Sr, all that part of a tract of land in CC on Dividing Run, called Boarmans Manor, bounded by the east side of Zakiah Swamp, and on the north side of a Fresh Run called the Dividing Run, containing about 100 acres. Signed - Henry Hardey Jr, Thom Dent. Wit - Geo Fraser Hawkins, John Baynes (Prince Georges County JPs). This deed was acknowledged in Prince Georges County. Certified by Thos Sim Lee, Clerk of Prince Georges County. Recorded Apr 21, 1773.
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Charles County Deed Book S#3; Page 389.
Mar 26, 1773 from William Foard Sr of Prince Georges County, to Thomas Clagett of sd County, for 5 shillings, part of a tract of land in CC on Dividing Run, called Boarmans Manor, bounded by the east side of Zackiah Swamp and on the north side of a Fresh Run called the Dividing Run, containing about 100 acres. Signed - William Foard. Wit - Geo Fraser Hawkins, John Baynes (Prince Georges County JPs). This deed was acknowledged in Prince Georges County; Elizabeth, wife of the sd William Foard, relinquished her right of dower. Certified by Thos Sim Lee, Clerk of Prince Georges County. Recorded Apr 21, 1773.
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Charles County Deed Book S#3; Page 391.
Mar 29, 1773 from Thomas Clagett (Clagett) of Prince Georges County, to Henry Hardey Jr of sd County, for 5 shillings, part of a tract of land in CC on Dividing Run, called Boarmans Manor, bounded by the east side of Zachariah Swamp, the north side of a fresh Run called the Dividing Run, containing about 100 acres. Signed - Thomas Clagett. Wit - Geo Fraser Hawkins, John Baynes (Prince Georges County JP's). This deed was acknowledged in Prince Georges County; Mary, wife of the sd Thomas clagett, relinquished her right of dower. Certified by Thos Sim Lee, Clerk of Prince Georges County, Recorded Apr 21, 1773.
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Charles County Land Records 1775-1782; Liber V#3; Charles County Land Records 1775-1782; Liber V#3; Page 39_ Sep 5, 1775 from Isaah Smallwood Middleton of CC, to Henry Hardey (Hardy) Jr of Prince George's County, for 60 £, 2 tracts of land in CC, that is to say, part of Grantts Enlargement Enlarged, containing about 9-1/2 acres, and part of a tract of land contiguous to the above, called Molleys Delight, containing about 75-1/2 acres. Signed - Isaac Smallwood (IW his mark) Middleton. Wit - Luke Marbury, Thomas Clagett, Prince George's County. This deed was acknowledged by Isaak. Smallwood Middleton & Eleanor, his wife, before Prince George's County JPs Luke Marbury and Thomas Clagett, Gentlemen. Certified by Thos Sim Lee, Clk of sd county, that Marbury and Clagett are JPs in sd county. Recorded Nov 10, 1775.
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Charles County Land Records 1775-1782; Liber V#3; Charles County Land Records 1775-1782; Liber V#3; Page 364, Jan 2, 1779 from Thomas Dent and Henry Hardy of Prince Georges County, to Notley Ford (Foard) of CC. Whereas George Hardy, late of Prince Georges County, decd, died possessed of two tracts of land called Friends Hazard and Santry, which he, sd George Hardy held in fee simple for himself and the afd Henry Hardy jointly. Sd George Hardy, by his will, invested the afd Thomas Dent and Henry Hardy with full powers to dispose of sd two tracts and to convey the same for the purposes mentioned in the afd will. Therefore, sd Thomas Dent and Henry Hardy, for 598 £, assign to sd Ford the afd two tracts, which are bounded by Marmazink, containing and laid out for about 393 acres. The 2nd tract, Santry, is bounded by the Camp Branch near the line of Friendship, containing about 53 acres. Signed - Thom. Dent, Henry Hardy. Wit - Thomas Clagett, Wm Lyles Jr. John Read Macgruder, Clerk of Prince Georges County, certified that the afd Clagett and Lyles are JPs of his county. Recorded May 29, 1779.
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1784-1785; Liber FF 2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 257. At the request of Henry Hardey the following Deed was enrolled June 2, 1785
Indenture made May 31, 1785; George Dent Hardey in consideration of 20 pounds currency paid by Henry Hardey, Jr. has sold one lot in Piscattaway being part of a tract called "Leith" and beginning at a stone standing near the main road that leads from Piscattaway to the bridge on the west side of the road and containing 1 acre. Signed George D. Hardey in the presence of and acknowledged before Thomas Clagett, Fielder Bowie and at the same time Elvira Hardey wife of George D. Hardey relinquished her right of dower
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1785-1787; Liber HH {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 7. At the request of Nicholas Blacklock the following Deed was enrolled November 2, 1785
Indenture made September 19, 1785; Henry Hardey in consideration of 2209 pounds current money of Maryland paid by Nicholas Blacklock has sold 2 tracts of land called "Conveniency" containing 244 acres and beginning at a bounded white oak standing by the main branch of Mattawoman being a bound tree of James Gamblin's land; and "Tylers Advantage on Conveniency" containing 247 acres and beginning at a bounded hickory of "Conveniency" formerly belonging to Henry Massey, deceased. Signed Henry Hardey in the presence of and acknowledged before Fielder Bowie, John Brown
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1785-1787; Liber HH {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 11. At the request of Henry Hardey the following Deed was enrolled November 4, 1785
Indenture made October 19, 1785; Abel Marlow, planter in consideration of 150 pounds currency paid by Henry Hardey, Jr. has sold a tract called "Timothy and Sarah" containing 100 acres and beginning at the 2nd bound tree of "Conveniency" in the said Hardey's possession and likewise the 2nd boundary of the "Pasture" in possession of Alexander McPherson. Signed Abel Marlow in the presence of and acknowledged before Fielder Bowie, John Brown
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1785-1787; Liber HH {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 180. At the request of Henry Hardey the following Deed was recorded September 27, 1786
Indenture made June 17, 1786; Nicholas Blacklock in consideration of 2209 pounds current money of Maryland paid by Henry Hardey, Jr. has sold two tracts; "Conveniency" containing 244 acres and beginning at a white oak standing by the main branch of Mattawoman being the bounded tree of James Gamblin's land; and "Tyler's Advantage on Conveniency" containing 247 acres and beginning at a bounded hickory standing near a branch being a bound tree of "Conveniency" formerly belonging to Henry Massey, deceased. Signed Nicholas Blacklock in the presence of and acknowledged before Fielder Bowie, Robert Bowie
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Charles County Land Records 1786-1790; Liber D#4; Page 14. Aug 7, 1786 from John Ward of CC, to Henry Hardy Jr of Prince George's County, for 33 £ 10 shillings and 3 pence, a tract of land called Wards Wheel, bounded by a fresh run called St. Thomas' Run, an old Indian field, containing about 55 acres, Signed - Jno Ward. Wit - J110 Dent*, Geo Lee*. Recorded Dec 31, 1786.
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Charles County Land Records 1786-1790; Liber D#4; Page 179. Oct 22, 1787 from Joseph Winser of Frederick County, Virginia, planter, to Henry Hardey (Hardy) Jr of Prince George's County, for 100 £ a tract of land in CC called Smiths Chance, bounded by the corner tree of Richard Brightwell, containing about 56 acres. Signed - Joseph (Jo his mark) Winsor. Wit - Fielder Bowie, Robert Bowie. This deed was acknowledged by Joseph Winser in Prince George's County before Fielder Bowie and Robert Bowie, JPs of Prince George's County; Charity Winser, wife of sd Joseph Winser, said she voluntarily relinquished her right in and to the within mentioned land, John Read Magruder, Clk of Prince George's County Court, certified that Fielder Bowie and Robert Bowie, Gent, were Prince George's County JPs. Recorded Dec 19, 1787.
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Charles County Land Records 1786-1790; Liber D#4; Page 585. Sep 22, 1789 from Henry Hardy of Prince George's County, to Richard Edelin of CC, for 70 £, all that tract of land in CC, being part of a tract of land called Boarmans Manor, bounded by a road that leads from Brian Town to the New Bridges of Zachiah Swamp, containing about 99 acres. Signed - Henry Hardey. Wit - John Smith Brookes, Thos. Boyd.
This deed was acknowledged by Henry Hardey in Prince George's County. Jno Read Magruder, clk Prince George's County Court, certified that afd Brookes and Boyd were Prince George's County JPs. Recorded Oct 8, 1789.
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Charles County Land Records 1786-1790; Liber D#4; Page 587. Sep 22, 1789 from Henry Hardy of Prince George's County, to Doctor Edward Semmes of CC, for 100 £ 2 parts of a tract of land in CC on Dividing Run, called Boarmans Manor, bounded by the east side of Zachaiah Swamp, the north side of a fresh run called the Dividing Run, the Main Road that leads from Brian Town to the New Brigs [Bridges] of Zachaiah Swamp, containing about 103 acres, and beginning for the other part of the sd tract at a hounded red oak standing on the east side of Zackiah Swamp and on the north side of the Dividing Run, containing about 50 acres. Signed - Henry Hardey. Wit - John Smith Brookes, Thos. Boyd. This deed was acknowledged by Henry Hardey in Prince George's County. Jno Read Magruder, Clk Prince Ceorge's County Court, certified that afd Brookes and Boyd were Prince George's County JPs. Recorded Oct 8, 1789.
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Charles County Land Records 1786-1790; Liber D#4; Page 617. Nov 23, 1789 from Richard Nelson of Prince George's County, to Henry Hardy {Harley) of Piscataway in sd County, for 1100 £, 2 tracts of land called the Discovery and Nelsons Marsh Pasture, adjoining thereto, lying on the south side of Mattawoman Cr in CC, bounded by OBrien's land standing on the south side of sd Cr, laid out for about 32 acres, and beginning for the other tract, Nelsons Marsh Pasture at a bounded white oak, the beginning of the Discovery, containing and laid out for about 58 acres. Signed - Richard Nelson. Wit - Sam Hepburn, Joseph Philbertt, Frank Leeke. This deed was acknowledged in Prince George's County by Richard Nelson and Elizabeth, his wife; Elizabeth relinquished her right of dower to the within mentioned land. John Read Magruder, Clk Prince George's County Court, certified that afd Hepburn and Leeks were Prince George's County JPs. Recorded Dec 24, 1789,
 
Hardy, Henry 'Jr' (I010549)
 
71375 styled Jr to differentiate him from his Uncle Francis Atwell b 1671

INDENTURE: Indenture of Francis Attwell Junr to Richard Kenner This Indenture made this thirteenth day of September Anno Domini one thousand seven hundred and eighteen and in the fourth year of the reign of our sovereign Lord George by the grace of God King of England Scotland France & Ireland defender of the faith & by & between Francis Attwell Junr & Susan his wife of the county of Westmoreland in the Colony of Virginia of the one part and Richard Kenner of the said county and colony of the other part. Now this Indenture Witnesseth that me said Francis Attwell Junr. & Susan my wife as well for & in consideration of ten thousand pounds of good Tabacco in hand received from the above Richard Kenner whereof & wherewith me the said Francis Attwell Junr & Susan my wife do acknowledge myself satisfied & paid have bargained sold aliened enforced & confirmed and by these presents do grant bargain sell aliened enforced & confirm unto the above said Richard Kenner of the County of Westmoreland of Virginia aforesaid all that tract & parcell of land I now live on containing two hundred & thirty acres more or less situate lying & being on the south side of loor machodack & between two branches comonly called & know by the name of the middle branch and the horse bridge branch which so land did formerly belong to old Thomas Attwell alis Collins together with all buildings orchards plantacons tenements rents priviledges comodities & damages whatsoever to the same belonging or in any ways appertaining according to the grants & pattents for the said land To have and to hold the same two hundred and thirty acres of land be it more or less together with all buildings orchards plantacon tenements rents & priviledges comodity & comoditys & damages whatsoever to the same belonging or in any ways appurtaining or which now is or at any time hereafter hath been or in any ways belonging moving being or any ways appertaining to him the said Richard Kenner his heirs Exs. Adms. or assignes he or they paying the yearly rent to the proprietor that shall become due for every year after this year and me the said Francis Attwell Junr & Susan my wife do by these presents farther oblige ourselves our heirs Exs. Adms. or ass?s do warrant bear harmless & keep & defend the said Richd Kenner his heirs Exs.Adms. or assigns from any person or persons whatever from by or under us or any of our heirs and from all other persons whatever and that we the said Francis Attwell Junr & Susan my wife do further covenant & agree to & with the said Richard Kenner his heirs & assigns that he the said Francis Attwell & Susan his wife have at the signing & sealing hereof a good & sufficient estate in fee of the said land & premises and that they have good right & lawfull authority to convey the same to the said Richard Kenner his heirs Exs. Adms. or assignes make sign seal & deliver such patents deed or deeds or conveyance or conveyances, assurance or assurances in law of the said land & premises as the said Richd Kenner his heirs & ass?s shall think fitt or his or their councill learned in the law shall advise devise or procure . In witness whereof me the said Francis Attwell & Susan my wife have hereunto sett our hand and seal the day & year above written - Francis Attwell Junr (Seal) Susan Attwell (Mark)(Seal) Signed sealed & delivered in the presence of William Sanford, Thomas Chandler (Mark) (illegible) thats on the 13th day of Sept 1718 Francis Attwell & Susan his wife did deliver to the within mentioned Richard Kenner possession of the within Land & premises by delivering turf? & twigg? & giving possession of the main mannour house in token of seizen? in presence of us William Sanford, Thomas Chandler (Mark) Francis Attwell Junr Susana Attwell (Mark)
At a court held for the said county the 24th day of September 1718 Francis Attwell Junr personally acknowledged the above instrument to be his proper act & Deed together with livery of seizin? thereof endorsed and John Aubrey by virtue of a power (duly proved) from Susanna wife of the said Francis relinquished her right of dower & theirs at the comon law in & to the lands & premises mentioned to be by the said instrument sold & conveyed all which on (illegible) of Richard Kenner was admitt to record and was recorded the eighteenth day of October 1718. This document was transcribed from a copy of the original which is recorded in Westmoreland County Virginia. Recorded October 18, 1718, in Book 6 pages 386-389.
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INDENTURE: Indenture of Daniel McCarty to Francis Attwell. This Indenture made the 25th day of March in the year of the Reign of Our Sovereign Lord George the second by the grace of God of Great Britain, France & Ireland, King Defender of the faith for & in the year of our Lord 1740 - Between Daniel McCarty of the County of Westmoreland Gent: of the one part and Francis Attwell of the said County Planter of the other part, Witnesseth that the said Daniel McCarty for & in consideration of the yearly rent & covenants herein after mentioned and reserved on the part and behalf of the said Francis Attwell to be paid done & performed Hath demised, granted leased and to be farm lett, and by these presents Doth demise, grant, sett & to farm lett unto the said Francis Attwell all that piece or parcel of Land & plantation containing by estimation 100 acres or thereabout (be the same more or less) situated lying & being in Lower Machotick Neck in the Parish of Cople & County aforesaid lately in the Occupation of James Brown, Together with all houses, out houses, edifices, buildings, yards, gardens, orchards, woods, underwoods, trees, ways, waters, watercourses, privileges, commodities, heriditaments and appurtenances whatsoever to the said 100 acres of Land hereby demised unto the said Francis Attwell from the 25th day of December, for and during the natural lives of the said Francis Attwell and Sarah his wife, from thence next ensuing & fully to be complete & ended Yielding and paying therefor & thereout yearly & every year during the lives of the said Francis Attwell and Sarah his wife, unto the said Daniel McCarty, his heirs, Exors. Admins. and Assigns, the Rents or Sum of 630 pounds of Tobacco on the 25th day of December in every year and the said Francis Attwell doth oblige himself to keep in sufficient repair all such improvements as they are, or shall be made on the said plantation at any time during the term of this demise, and likewise that he shall not or any person or persons by him substituted, make any waste or distruction of the timber growing thereon, but only make such use thereof as shall be requisite and necessary for the building and repairing houses, fence, rails and Tobacco Hogsheads for the crops to be made thereon. Provided always that the said yearly rent of 630 pounds of Tabacco shall be behind or unpaid the space of 30 days after the time herein before appointed for the payments thereof or in case the said demised premises building and fencing thereon be not kept in good and sufficient repair or willful waste be committed of the timber on the premises, by the said Francis Attwell or any other person by him substituted so to do, that then in such case, or any of the said cases this present lease and demise to be void and it shall & may be Lawfull to and for the said Daniel McCarty his heirs or assigns to reenter into the hereby demised premises and the same to have again, retain, possess & enjoy as of his proper right and inheritance, and the said Daniel McCarty for himself, his heirs, Exors. & Admins. & Assigns doth covenant promise & agree to & with the said Francis Attwell that he paying the yearly rent & performing the covenants above reserved and contained on his part, shall & lawfully may peaceably & quietly, have, hold, use, occupy, possess and enjoy the hereby demised premises for & during the term of his own & his Wife Natural lives, without the hindrance or interruption of him the said Daniel McCarty, his heirs or assigns or of any person or persons whatsoever claiming under him, them or any or either of them. In Witness whereof the said Parties to these Presents have Interchangeably set their hands and Seals the day and year first above written. Daniel McCarty Seal. Francis Attwell Seal Sealed & Delivered In Presence of Saml. Attwell Em. Oath Chandler Awbrey Westmoreland SS At a court held for the said County the 25th March 1740 Daniel McCarty ent. Personally acknowledged this Deed of Lease of Land for lives by him possess to Francis Attwell which at the instance of the said Attwell is admitted to record Teste George Lee DCCLK. This document was transcribed from a copy of the original which is recorded in
Westmoreland Co VA. Recorded March 25, 1740, in Deeds & Wills Book 9, pages 54-55.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA ORDER BOOK, 1714-1716 {Antient Press}: pg 40
Westmoreland County Court 28th of April 1715
- ATTWELL &c. v ATTWELL's Exr.
YOUELL WATKINS admitted Guardian to FRANCIS ATTWELL, JUNR. exhibited here in Court at March Court 1714 his certaine Complaint against FRANCIS ATTWELL, Executor of the Last Will and Testament of THOMAS ATTWELL, deced., Father to FRANCIS the Younger, at which Court FRANCIS the Executor being summoned and faileing to answer thereto, an Attachment passed against him and haveing notice thereofby the Sheriffand not answering at September Court then next, on motion of Complainant the Respondt was taxed with costs and the Attachment continued &c., And now at this Court all parties being present, it is·mutually consented to and agreed on amongst them and accordingly ordered by the Court that THOMAS BONAM, THOMAS LEE and JOHN BUSHROD, Gent. doe inspect settle state and adjust all Accounts, matters, articles and things relateing to the difference and that they make report of their proceedings therein under their hands to the next Court to be held for this County and that Judgment doe pass thereon accordingly 
Atwell, Francis 'Jr' (I029071)
 
71376 styled jr to differentiate him from his uncle thomas
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Prince George's County, St. John's and Prince George Parishes Maryland State Census 1776, pg 83
Thomas Lanham, 70: 8
Margaret 60
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Prince George's County, St. John's and Prince George Parishes Maryland State Census 1776, pg 75
Thomas Lanham, 75: 7
Margaret, 55
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John Lanham 3rd 29.220 A PG £32.4.1 2.59.6.9 Feb 16 1750
Sureties: Thomas Lanham, Uriah Virgen (living near Piscataway Town).
Received from: Benjamin Pryse.
Payments to: John Lawrance, John Tolson, Richard Barnes, John Cooke, Esq., Edward Person, Ignatius Diggs.
Mentions: children: Hunter Lanham, Basil Lanham, Allen Lanham, Hezeriah Lanham.
Administratrix: Sarah Lanham.
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Prince George's Land Records 1726-1730 - Liber M, Page 326
Enrolled at request of John Dickenson 10 Sep 1728:
From John Dickinson for love and affection to my cousin Thomas Lannam, s/o John Lannam, Jr.; part of parcel called Chance; bounded by Simon's Creek which flows into the Potomac; containing 100 acres of Calverton Manor; /s/ Jno. Dickinson (mark); wit. J- Wilson, Zach. Wade; ack. by John Dickinson and Frances his wife
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Prince George's Land Records 1739-1743 - Liber Y - Page 278.
We, John Lanham Jr of PG, Gent., & Mary, his wife, for the love we have for Mary, the wife of John Parmer Jr, our daughter, and for other good causes, we give to our sd daughter, 100 acres of land which is part of a tract of land called the Two Johns, bounded by a tract of land called Lanhams Folly, a place where Thomas Lanham Jr begins, containing and laid out for about 100 acres. Signed May 2, 1741 John (IL his mark) Lanham Jr. Wit - Thos Owen*, Jno Hawkins Jr*. Sd Mary Lanham relinquished her right of dower to the lands within mentioned. Recorded May 2, 1741.
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Prince George's Land Records 1739-1743 - Liber Y - Page 279.
We, John Lanham Jr of PG, Gent., & Mary, his wife, for the love we have for Thomas Lanham Jr, our son, and for other good causes, we give to our sd son, one part of a tract of land called The Two Johns, containing and laid out for about 18 acres. Also another part of that afd tract called The Two Johns, containing and laid out for about 82 acres. Signed May 2, 1741 - John (IL his mark) Lanham Jr. Wit - Thos Owen*, Jno Hawkins Jr*. Sd Mary Lanham relinquished her right of dower to the lands within mentioned. Recorded May 20, 1741.
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1759-1763; Liber RR {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 184. At the request of Jesse Lanham the following Deed was recorded December 3, 1761
we Thomas Lanham, Jr., planter and Margaret Lanham his wife in consideration of the love and affection which we bear unto Jesse Lanham him our truly and below well beloved son and for other good causes and us at this present especially moving have given one part of that tract called "Two Johns" containing 18 acres. In witness whereof we have hereunto set our hands and seals this December 3, 1761, Thomas Lanham, Jr., in the presence of and acknowledged before Robert Tyler, Mordecai Jacob
 
Lanham, Thomas (I016400)
 
71377 styled Jr.

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CLEMENTS EDWARD, Charles Co 9 April 1751; 31 Aug 1751
To grandau. Mary Anne Clements, Negroes Henne and Hery and 6 silver tea spoons, tongs and strainer, marked E. C. That my wife keep - this legacy until my grandau. reaches age 16 or marries.
To wife Susanna, 1/3 of estate and 5000 pounds of tobacco.
Son William Clements and wife Susana Clements, exs,
Wit: Ignatius Matthews, J. Doyne, MCW 28.163
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Charles County Court Records, November Court 1735 Court, Liber T#2, Page 136.
Francis Capshaw vs William Clements Jr. TrCa: Judgm't per nil dicit.
William Clements Jr, late of CC, planter, was attached to answer unto Francis Capshaw of a plea of Trespass upon the Case. Thereupon the sd Francis Capshaw by P Key, his atty, complains that whereas sd William, on Dec 17, 1734, at CC, made and drew his note in writing with his proper hand and name subscribed, and by sd note promised to pay sd Francis Capshaw 1000 lbs of tobacco on demand for value received.
Yet William sd sum to Francis has not paid, to the damage of Francis, 2000 lbs of tobacco, and thereof suit is brought. William in his proper person comes, and nothing in bar of the action afd of Francis, does he say. Ordered that Francis do recover against William his damages to 1000 lbs and 240 lbs of tobacco for his costs and charges.
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Charles County Maryland Land Record Liber Z#2, 1744-1753; Page 215.
At the request of Francis Clements, the following deed was recorded on Feb 13, 1747[/8].
Jan 26, 1747[/8] from Edward Clements of CC, planter, and Susanah, his wife, to Francis Clements of CC, planter, for 35,000 lbs tobacco, a certain tract of land, being part of a tract of land called St Matthews, lying in CC, bounded by a parcel of land formerly sold by Leonard Brooke and Ann, his wife to Francis Green, containing and laid out for about 200 acres. Also, all that tract of land in CC called Clements Addition bounded by St Matthews, containing and laid out for about 111 acres. Signed - Edw:d Clements, Susanah Clements. Wit - Geo: Dent, Wm Clements Jr.
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Charles County Land Record Book A#2, 1752-1756; Page (418). Jun 21, 1755 from Cuthbert Green of CC, carpenter, to William Clements of CC, planter, for 15,000 lbs of crop tobacco and for divers other good causes, all sd Green's part of a tract of land in CC called Greens Inheritance, containing about 147 acres according to a division hereafter to be made, in conformity with the intent of the will of the late Leonard Green, brother to the afd Cuthbert. Signed - Cuthbert Green. Wit - Walter Hanson, Sam: Hanson. Recorded Dec 17, 1755.
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Charles County Land Records Book O#3
Page 382. Lease and assignment. Jun 1, 1758 from Colo Edward Lloyd, Agent & Receiver General for the Lord Proprietary of Maryland on behalf of sd Lord and with the approval of Horatio Sharpe, Esq, Governor and Chancellor of Maryland, to William Clements of CC, planter, the lease to sd William Clements of all that tract of land called William & Joseph in his Lordships manor of Panguia, lying between a tract of land called Greens inheritance & one other tract called St. Mathews, containing 74 acres as per certificate dated Jun 9, 1767, all mines of gold, silver, copper, lead, tin, & iron excepted. This lease is for the term of the natural lives of Edward Clements, William Clements, & Eleanor Clements, sons & daughter of the sd William Clements. The yearly rent is 14 shillings and 8 pence and 2 capons. In addition to the rent, sd William Clements shall pay 1 £ 9 shillings & 4 pence for every licence to assign over the premises. Sd William Clements agrees, within 5 years, to plant 1 orchard of 100 apple trees at the least, and the orchard planted within fences, and to replace dead or decayed trees. Any buildings that Clements erects are to be kept in good repair. Clements shall not waste or sell timber. If any of the above agreements is not adhered to, or if the rent is more than 30 days in arrears, then this lease shall cease. Signed - Hora Sharpe, Edwd Lloyd, Wm Clements. Wit - Young Parran.
Mar 22, 1768. Received of Mr. Willm Clements, 1 £ 9 shillings & 4 pence, being 1 alienation fine on this land, and Mr. Clements may assign this lease to Mr. Lawson. Signed - Young Parran, Steward of sd Manor.
Mar 22, 1768. I, sd William Clements, for 29 £ 18 shillings and 3 pence by Robert Lawson of CC, merchant, to me paid, have assigned to sd Lawson, all the lands within mentioned, during the rest of the within term yet to come. Signed Mar 26, 1768 - W Clements. Wit - Sam: Hanson*, Josias Hawkins*. Anne Clements, wife of the within named William Clements, relinquished her right of dower. Recorded Apr 6, 1768.
Page 385. Mar 26, 1768 from William Clements of CC, planter, to Robert Lawson, at present of CC, son of James Lawson of Glasgow in North Britain, at present of CC, Merchant, for 185 £, 98 acres of land, being all that is remaining unsold by sd William Clements of one undivided third part of all that part of that tract of land in CC called Greens Inheritance, which sd part lies between the main Road of Piscataway and the old rolling road of Robert Green deed, that part of sd tract of land that formerly belonged to Francis Green deed (which sd undivided third part containing 148 acres was conveyed to sd William by Cuthburt Green, by deeds of lease & release dated Mar 4-5, 1762, and 50 acres of which undivided 3rd part was afterwards sold & conveyed by sd William to John Clements by deed dated Oct 31, 1765. Signed - Wm Clements. Wit - Sam Hanson*, Josias Hawkins*. Anne Clements, wife of the within named William Clements, relinquished her right of dower. Recorded Apr 6, 1768.
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"Charles County Gentry: A genealogical History of 6 Emigrants - Thomas Dent, John Dent, Richard Edelen, John Hanson, George Newman, Humphrey Warren" by Harry Wright Newman 1940

Mar 5, 1762 from Cuthbert Green, now of Kent County on Delaware, lately of Charles County, son of Leonard Green, late of Charles County, decd. to William Clements of Charles County, for 15,000 lbs of tobacco ... one undivided third part of all that part of a tract of land in Charles County called "Greens inheritance". Recorded march 19 1762

31 Oct 1765 William Clements of Charles County sold to John Clements of Charles County 54 1/2 acres, part of "Greens Inheritance" in Charles County. Anna Clements is wife of William Clements

Lease; 4 Aug 1767 from William Clements of Charles County, planter, and Ann, his wife, to George Clements, Thomas Clements, and Henry Clements of Charles County, planters, for 10 lbs sterling and 3000 lbs of tobacco to them in hand paid by Francis Clements & John Miles, a certain tract of land in Charles County in his Lordships Manor of Panguiah, which land is called "The Reformation", and bounded by land called "Clements Addition", containing about 159 acres, as per certificate dated 2 Jun 1743. To have and to hold during the natural lives of Oswell (Oswald?) Clements, Bennet Hanson Clements, sons of the afd. William Clements (by his first wife Mary).
Signed - William Clements.
Witnesses; Samuel Hanson, George Lee
Anne Clements, the wife of sd. William Clements relinquished her right of dower.
Recorded 14 Aug 1767

On 1 Jun 1758, William Clements was leased a tract of land of 74 acres called "William and Joseph". It mentioned his children Edward, William and Eleanor. He assigned it over to an unnamed individual on 22 Mar 1768. Wife Anne released dower

On the 1790 Census of Charles County Maryland there is a

William Clements, Senr had the following in his household:

3 free white males of 16 years & upward including heads of families
1 free white male under 16 years
5 free white females including heads of families
3 slaves
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Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 110, 113, Mar 5, 1762 from Cuthbert Green, now of Kent County on Delaware, lately of CC, son of Leonard Green, late of sd county (of CC], decd, to William Clements of CC, for 15,000 lbs of tobacco (in his actual possession now being by virtue of a bargain and sale to him thereof made, the sd Cuthbert Green, dated yesterday, for 1 year), one undivided third part of all that part of a tract of land in CC called Greens, Inheritance, which sd part lies between the main road of Piscataway and the old rolling road of Robert Green decd, and the north line and the E by N line of that part of sd tract of land which formerly belonged to Francis green decd. Signed - Cuthbert Green. Wit - Richard Skinner, Rd Tilghman Jr*. Recorded Mar 19, 1762.
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Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 231. Mortgage. Jul 13, 1767 from William Clements Sr, of CC, planter, to John Glasford of the City of Glasgow in North Britain, Merchant, for 5931 lbs of tobacco & 43 £ 11 shillings and 4 pence, the following Negroes, viz, Nace, Tena, Nan, Suck, Jenny; and 12 cattle, 8 sheep, 5 feather beds & furniture. If however, ad Clements shall pay sd Glasford the afd sums with legal interest, by Jul 13, 1770, then this deed shall be void. Signed - W Clements. Wit - Hawkins*, Recorded Jul 15, 1767.
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Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 257. Lease. Aug 4, 1767 from William Clements of CC, planter, and Ann, his wife, to George Clements, Thomas Clements, and Henry Clements of CC, planters, for 10 £ and 3000 [lbs] of tobacco to them in hand paid by Francis Clements & John Miles, a certain tract of land in CC in his Lordships Manor of Panguiah, which land is called the Reformation, and bounded by land called Clements Addition, containing about 159 acres, as per certificate dated Jun 2, 1743. To have and to hold during the natural lives of Oswell Clements, Bennet Hanson Clements, sons of the afd William Clements (by his first wife Mary). Signed - Will; Clements, Ann Clements. Wit - Sam: Hanson*, Geo: Lee*. Ann, the wife of sd William Clements, relinquished her right of dower. Recorded Aug 14, 1767.
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Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 385. Mar 26, 1768 from William Clements of CC, planter, to Robert Lawson, at present of CC, son of James Lawson of Glasgow in North Britain, at present of CC, Merchant, for 185 £ 98 acres of land, being all that is remaining unsold by sd William Clements of one undivided third part of all that part of that tract of land in CC called Greens Inheritance, which sd part lies between the main Road of Piscataway and the old rolling road of Robert Green decd, that part of sd tract of land that formerly belonged to Francis green decd (which sd undivided third part containing 148 acres was conveyed to sd William by Cuthburt Green, by deeds of lease & release dated Mar 4-5, 1762, and 50 acres of which undivided 3rd part was afterwards sold & conveyed by sd William to John Clements by deed dated Oct 31, 1765. Signed - Wm Clements. Wit - Sam Hanson*, Josias Hawkins*. Ann Clements, wife of the within named William Clements, relinquished her right of dower. Recorded Apr 6, 1768.
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Charles County Land Record Book S#3, 1770-1775; Page 137. Jan 29, 1771 from Robert Lawson Of CC, merchant, to John Clements of CC, planter, for 200 £, 93 acres, being part of one undivided third part of all that part of a tract of land in CC called Greens Inheritance, which part of sd tract lies between the main road of Piscataway and the old Rolling Road of Robert Green decd, thence to sd tract of land which formerly belonged to Francis Green decd. The 93 acres is all that remained unsold by William Clements of the undivided third part afd, and was by sd William Clements conveyed to him, sd Robert Lawson. Signed - Robert Lawson. Wit - Saml Hanson*, Ceo Lee*. Recorded Apr 3, 1771.
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Charles County Land Record Book S#3, 1770-1775; Page 657. Certificate. Nov 29, 1774, Mr. William Clements Sr, sent by his son Edward Clements, a stray bright bay mare. Has been about his plantation near a month, Signed Sam. Hanson. Recorded Dec 2, 1774.
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Charles County Land Records 1786-1790; Liber D#4; Page 29. Mortgage, recorded at the request of Benjamin Cawood.
I, William Clements of CC, planter, being indebted to Benjamin Cawood in the sum of 2000 lbs of new, inspected, crop tobacco in cask, and 2 £ 5 shillings specie, with interest for the same from today, and being willing to secure sd Benjamin Cawood the debt afd with interest, I hereby make over to the sd Benjamin Cawood, 1 Negro girl named Rachael, 1 Negro girl named Lucy, 1 bay mare called Furnix. If the debt afd + interest is not paid by Jan 1, 1788, or if sd Clements dies or moves out of CC, then the afd goods and chattels to be deemed the immediate property of the sd Benjamin Cawood, to be by him sold to discharge sd debt. Signed - W. Clements. Wit - Wm M. Smallwood, Wm Marbury Jr, Geo Lee*.
hereby agree, in the behalf of Benjamin Cawood, that if any part of the within mortgage is paid by next Jun 1, then there shall be no interest charged on such payments. Signed Jan 26, 1787 - Wm. Marbury Jr. Recorded Jan 30, 1787.
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Charles County, Maryland Land Records 1801-1803; Liber IB-5 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 415.
At the request of Richard Edelen of Thomas the following Bill of Sale was recorded July 5, 1803
Deed made July 5, 1803, Robert Fergusson of CC administrator of John Glassford late of the City of Glasglow in North Britain deceased of one part and Richard Edelen of Thomas of Prince George's County, Maryland of the other part. Whereas William Clements on July 13, 1767 by his deed of mortgate for the consideration of 5,931 pounds of crop tobacco and 43 pounds 11 shillings and 4 pence current money did sell unto the said John Glassford the following negroes; Nace, Terra, Nan, Suck, Jenny, and likewise 12 head of cattle, 8 head of sheep and 5 feather beds and furniture upon condition that William Clements his heirs executors and administrators shall truly pay to the said John Glassford the said sum of 931 pounds of crop tobacco and 43 pounds 11 shillings and 4 pence current money with legal interest on or before July 13, 1777. And whereas negro Suck one of the negroes in the recited deed has since had the following children; Lucy, Kitty, Minta, Josias, Frank and Hendley and the said William Clements hath lately departed this life without having paid the said John Glassford deceased the said tobacco and money and the said Robert Fergusson hath obtained letters of administration. Now this deed Witnesseth that the said Robert Fergusson, in consideration of 250 pounds current money paid by Richard Edelen who hath intermarried with Mary Ann Clements a daughter of William Clements hath sold the said negroes to Richard Edelen.
In witness I have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and date written, Robert Fergusson in the presence of Horatio Clagett, Daniel Jenifer and acknowledged before Daniel Jenifer

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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 403-167: CLEMENTS ADDITION: 111 acres; Possession of - 111 Acres - Clements, Edward : Surveyed 25 Dec 1723 for Edward Clements beginning at a bounded hickory a bound tree of a tract called ST. MATTHEWS: Other Tracts Mentioned: ST. MATHEWS; ; ; 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 MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 306-26: GREENS INHERITANCE: 2400 acres; Possession of - 200 Acres - Alvey, James: 800 Acres - Clements, Edward: 200 Acres - Coombes, Richard: 800 Acres - Green, Francis: 800 Acres - Green, Robert: 200 Acres - Green, Thomas (son of Leonard): 200 Acres - Wheeler, Francis: Surveyed 1 Aug 1666 for Leonard, Robert & Francis Green on the West side of the main fresh or run that falls into Port Tobacco or St. Thomas Creek.: Other Tracts Mentioned: BARBADOS; ; ; Conveyance notes - 140 Acres - Samuel Hanson from Thomas Green; 9 June 1719, 200 Acres - Included in Resurvey of BARBADOS,200 Acres - Leonard Alvey from Angus McCoy; 2 June 1738, 146 Acres - William Coomes from Thomas Coomes; 10 May 1747, 134 Acres - Joseph & William Green; 11 Sept 1747, 67 Acres - Angus McCoy from William Green; 22 Oct 1748,
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PORT TOBACCO, EAST HUNDRED, TAKEN BY PETER GRIFFITH, CONSTABLE
CENSUS OF 1775-1778
Clements, William
Clements, Edward
Clements, William, Sr
Clements, Edward, Son of Wm.
Clements, George
Clements, John
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Gaius Marcus Brumbaugh Colonial Records Vol 2

State of His Lordships Manor of Pangaiah in Charles County, January, 1768

29. (A) May 1, 1763; (B) William Clements; (C) 5-1/4; (D) William Clements.

36. (A) Dec. 17th. 1762; (B) George Clements; (C) 23-1/4; (D) George Clements; (E) 0-5-2; (F) 0-5-2; (L) 16 years.

38. (A) June 1st 1758; (B) William Clements; (C) 70; (D) William Clements; (E) 0-14-8; (F) 1-9-4; (L) 3 Lives, Edw., William & Eleanor Clements, Children of Lessee, quere their Ages, all Living.

41. (A) Decemr. 10th, 1743; (B) William Clements; (C) 127-12; (D) George & Elizth. Clements; (E) 0-15-11; (F) 3-3-8; (L) Oswell Clements, B. Hanson Clements & Edw. Clements; (M) Oswell 39 {1729}, Hanson 36 {1732}, Edward 26 {1742}.

43. (A) Dec. 25, 1743; (B) Tho Mathew Sanders; (C) 196; (D) Dan Jenifer & B. H. Clements; (E) 1-0-6; (F) 4-2-0; (L) Tho. Mathew Sanders, Henry. Sanders & Sarah Sanders; (M) Tho 26 {1742}, Henrietta 30 {1738}, Sarah 46 {1742}.

47. (A) Dec 25, 1743; (B) Edmund Maggottee; (C) 114; (D) Thomas Maggottee; (E) 0-11-4; (F) 2-5-4; (L) George Clements; (M) George 37 {1731}.

49. (A) Jan 15, 1714; (B) Anthony Neale; (C) 256-1/2; (D) Elizabeth Clements; (E) 1-0-0; (F) 8-0-0; (L) Bennett Neale; (M) Bennett 54 Dead.

58. (A) June 1st 1758; (B) Francis Clements; (C) 29-1/4; (D) Elizabeth Clements; (E) 0-7-6; (F) 0-15-0; (L) Thomas Clements & Henry Clements; (M) Thomas 22 {1746}, Henry 19 {1749}. 
Clements, William 'Jr' (I017791)
 
71378 Styled Jr.
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BERRY, JOHN L B f 237 31 Oct 1785
L 1 p 216 17 Mar 1786
Wife: Eleanor Berry - "Drumelderey", "Beary's Meadow" and pt. of "Snowden's
Manor Enlarged"
Son: Benjamin (under age 21) - above land at mother's decease or remarriage
Daus: Cassandria Berry, Eleanor Bowie Berry, Mary Clagett Berry, and Ocatia
Berry (under age 16)
Sons: John Wilks Berry, Elisha Clagett Berry (under age 21)
Exs: Wife Eleanor and son Benjamin
Wit: Allen Bowie, Richard Estep, Clement Williams
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Montgomery Accounts, inventories, wills 1792-1797 vol C, page 13
Thomas Lansdale receipts
July 2, 1789; Benjamin Berry, Jr., and Eleanor Berry received of Jeremiah Orme and Martha his wife executors of Thomas Lansdale 31 pounds 4 shillings and 3 farthing being the full amount of my claim against my fathers estate
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Montgomery County, Maryland Land Records
D:637. Isaac L. Lansdale records manumission for Negro Mary aged about 50 to be free immediately, and if she becomes unable to support herself, I bind myself and estate to maintain her during her life; Mace aged about 18 to be free on the 1st December 1793; Caser aged about 19 to be free on 1 December 1797. Wit: John Hill, Benjamin Berry Jr.
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Montgomery County, Maryland Land Records
494-496. Benjamin Berry recorded 9 May 1797, from Isaac L. Lansdale for 5 shillings, Resurvey on the Grove, part of The James and Mary, 159 acres. Signed before Lloyd Beall, Thomas Corcora 
Berry, Benjamin (I110078)
 
71379 Styled Jr. to differentiate him from his Uncle
=== Bryan Station Heroes and Heroines By Mrs. Virginia Webb Howard
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/orange/wills/johnwill.txt
URL title: WILL: William Johnson, 1766, Orange County, Virginia
Note:
Orange Co Will Book 2, pg 358-359

In the Name of God Amen. I William Johnson of the County of Orange being sick and weak but of sound and disposing mind & memory (Thanks be God for it) Do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament. In manner and form following. Imprimis. I desire that my Body may be decently buried at the discretion of my Executor hereafter named and as to my Worldly of which it has pleased God to Bless me after my Just Debts and funeral Expences are paid I give and Devise as follow. (to wit)

I Give and devise unto my son Robert my land which I have in Culpeper County to him and his heirs forever but that he do not enjoy the same during the Widowhood of my Wife, who I desire may possess the same during her Widowhood.

Item. I give and devise the land whereon I now live in Orange County unto my son Benjamin, to him and his heirs forever, subject nevertheless to the use of my Wife during her Widowhood but in case she should marry again then my desire is that she shall have and enjoy one third part of my said land that I live on during her natural life.

Item. My Will and desire is that in case my son Robert should die without issue that then the land which I have devised to him shall go to my son William Cave Johnson and his heirs forever subject nevertheless to the limitiation above mentioned and it is also my Will and desire that in case my son Benjamin shall die without issue that then the land which I have devised to him shall go and descend to my son Valentine to him and his heirs forever but to be subject nevetheless to the limitation in favour of my wife as mentioned above. Item. I give and bequeath to my well beloved Wife, Elizabeth, my mill during her natural life and after her decease I give the said mill to my son William Cave Johnson to him and his heirs forever. Item. I give and bequeath unto my daughter Anne Rogers, one feather bed and its furniture, also my blazeface bay mare to be delivered to her as soon as conveniently can after my Death. Item. I give to my son Robert my young bay horse which came out of my above mentioned bay mare and my riding saddle. Item. I give and bequeath to my son Benjamin one sorrel colt about two years old which came of my sorrel mare.

And I also desire that my said Wife will give each of my children (except my sons Robert and Benjamin and my daughter Anne Rogers) when they go from her to live, one riding beast. Item. All the rest and residue of my Estate I lend to my well beloved Wife, Elizabeth, during her Widowhood, and in case she should marry again or at the time of her Death, My Will and desire is that my said Estate, which I have lent my Wife, be equally divided among all my children which shall be then living or their legal representatives, except my daughter Anne Rogers, who is to make an allowance of the value of the feather bed and its furniture and mare which are to be valued when delivered to her, and the value of them to be deducted out of her said part of the lent Estate. Lastly, I constitute and appoint my two sons Robert and Benjamin, Executors to this my Last Will and Testament Hereby Revoking all other Will or Wills heretofore made by me. Witness my hand and Seal this sixteenth day of March Anno Dom MDCCLXVI.

Signed Sealed Published & declared |
By the Testator to be the Last Will | William Johnson (SS)
& Testament. In the Presence of us |

James Madison Robert During
John Cave Benj. Cave
Robert Johnson

At a Court held for Orange County on Thursday the 22nd day of May 1766. The last Will and Testament of William Johnson Decd was presented into Court by Robert Johnson Junr, one of the Executors therein named and was Proved by the oaths of Robert Johnson Senr, and Benjamin Cave, two of the Witnesses therein & ordered to be recorded. And on the motion of the said Executor who made oath According to Law, certificate is granted him for obtaining Probate thereof in due form he giving Security whereupon have Benjamin Head Benjamin Cave and Robert Johnson Senr entered into and acknowledged their Bond for the same in the sum of one Thousand pounds Current money. Test. Geo. Taylor, C.O.C.
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1735-1752 King George Co VA Deed Book 3
p. 248 Know all men .. I GEORGE BROWN of Hanover Parish King George County Planter am bound unto NEWMAN BROWN of same Planter .. in sum One hundred pounds current money of Virginia .. 6th May 1748. Condition .. Whereas MAXFIELD BROWN Deced Father of Newman & George Brown did by Deed of Gift dated 4th March 1736/7 bequeath a certain tract unto Newman & George containing 300 acres .. one moiety thereof to descend to Newman, the other to George which said land (since the Decease of sd Maxfield) been divided between (them) by mutual consent of both partys by a Line of marked trees in the presence of WILLIAM MARSHALL SENR., ROBERT JOHNSON SENR., DANIEL WHITE & JOSEPH DODD & the said George & Newman hereby acknowledge .. themselves fully satisfied .. Then this obligation to be void otherways to remain ..
Presence Wm. Longmire,
George Brown
William x Pinn
At a court held 6th May 1748 .. Bond recorded. (Antient Press)
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Contributed by: James Hughes

Note: http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=587&last=&g_p=G14&colle ction=LO Grant
Title Johnson, Robert.
Publication 21 September 1787.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Grants A-Z, 1-124, reels 42-190; Virginia State Land Office. Grants 125- , reels 369-.
Related See also the following surname(s): Johnston, Jonson.
Note Location: Fayette County (Ky.).
Grantee(s): JOHNSON, ROBERT and GALASBY, WILLIAM.
Description: 862 1/2 acres beginning &c corner to BENJAMIN JOHNSON's survey of 5000 acres at the intersection of the most north line of Ash Emmersons preemption on Dry Run.
Source: Land Office Grants No. 14, 1787-1788, p. 587 (Reel 80). 
Johnston, Robert (I076899)
 
71380 styled Jr. to differentiate himself from the other William Payne
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William Paine, son of John Paine and Elizabeth his wife, who was executrix of John Atwell, her late husband, was granted administration on her estate. He deeded to Francis Awbrey the land that he had inherited from his father and grandfather, on Feb. 21, 1721/22, his wife Elizabeth giving up her dower in the land, and in that year moved away from Westmoreland Co.

Chandler Awbrey, only son of John Awbrey, in his will in 1755 left mourning suits, not only to his sister and niece, Hannah McAuley and her daughter Mary, but also to Mrs. Martha Atwell (wife of Samuel Atwell, son of John and Elizabeth), Mrs. Elizabeth Atwell, and Miss Sarah Atwell
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Last Will and Testament of John Payne / Paine Signed 4 October 1697 and proved 23 February 1697/98 Westmoreland County, Virginia, Deeds and Wills Book 2 (1691-1699), pg. 128a-129
In The Name of God Amen I John Payne being sick & weak in body, but in sound and Perfect memory praised be God for it, so make this my last Will as followeth;
Imprimis I give and bequeath my Soul unto almighty God which gave it, and my body to the Earth from whence it came to be decently buried at the discression of my Exer;

Imprimis I will that my Wife Eliza: Paine to have all my Estate untill the Debts is paid and what is remaining to be equally divided betwixt her and the Children; and the Children to remain with their mother till they are One and twenty years of age, and then to have their Estate, and as for my Land, to be equally divided betwixt my Son John Paine and my Son William Paine, my wife to have her third where she pleases, during her life, and if she is She please to go out of this house, then my Son John Paine to help her to build another Dwelling house, and I doe make my loving Wife Eliz: Paine my Lawfull Ex't'x to se this my Will fulfilled As Witness my hand and Seale this present, being the 4th day of October 1697
Teste George Harris Mary Combs )
John Paine (Seal) Westmoreland Sc't
At a Court held for the said County the 23rd day of February 1697 The last Will and Testament of John Paine dece'd was this day proved by the Oaths of the witnesses thereto Subscribed, and a probate thereof granted to Eliza Paine his relict and Ex't'x therein named, and ordered to be Recorded. Teste James Westcomb CWC Westmoreland County, Virginia, Court Orders (1690-1698), pg. 256a: [Note: In the left margin beside this entry is "Paine John, Will proved."]
The last will of John Paine dec'd was this day proved by the oaths of the witnesses thereto subscribed and a Probate thereof granted to Eliza: Paine his Relict & Ex'x therein named and also ordered to return a full & perfect inventory of the s'd dec'd't's estate to this next Court upon oath It is also ordered that Thomas Marson Thomas Tanner John Pie & William Haslerigg or any three of them being first sworn before some of his Maj[:ties ?] Justices for this County Doe Some tyme before the next Court value & appraise the s'd Estate and make their return thereof to the s'd next Court accordingly
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Westmoreland County, Virginia, Deed Book 7 (1721-1723), page 286:

[In the left margin next to this entry is: "Payn's Relinquishm't of Dow'r To Fra's Awbrey Se the Deed of Sale fo. 333."]

Know all men by these presents that I Elizabeth Payn the wife of William Payn late of Westmorld, now of Hanover County have and by these presents doe authorize and empower my trusty and welbeloved friends Mr. William Sturman and Mr. John Awbrey or either of them to appear at the County Court of Westmorld aforesaid and relinquish my right of dower and thirds of in and unto One hundred acres of land lying in the said County sold by my said husband to Mr. Francis
[page 287]
Awbrey and for so doing this shall be my said attorney or attorneys sufficient Warrant. Given under my hand this 26th day of July Anno Dom 1723
Elizabeth Payn (seal)
Sealed and delivered in the presence of
John Poindexter
Sarah Brechin
-- Westmorld Sc }
July the 31st 1723-- This power of attorney was duely proved in Open Court by the Oaths of the Wittnesses and the dower therein menconed relinquished by William Sturman and admitted to record and was entered thereon the eighth day of August 1723
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Westmoreland County, Virginia - DEEDS - William Payne Jr. to Francis Awbrey, 12 February 1721/22
Westmoreland County, Virginia, Deed Book 7, page 354:
[In the left margin next to this entry is "Paynes Sale to Awbrey."]

This Indenture made this 12th day of Febry in the eighth year of the reign of Our Soveraign Lord George by the grace of God of Great Britain France and ireland King defender of the faith etc. and in the year of our Lord God One thousand seven hundred and twenty one Between William Payne Jun'r of the parish of Cople and County of Westmoreld of the one part and Francis Awbrey of the parish and county aforesaid of the other part Wittnesseth that the aforesaid William Payne Jun'r for and in consideration of the sum of five pounds current money of Virginia and Seven thousand pounds of Tobacco to him in hand paid by the above named Francis Awbrey the receipt whereof he doth hereby acknowledge and thereof and of every part and parcell thereof doth acquitt exonerate and discharge the said Francis Awbrey his heires and assignes forever hath given granted bargained sold aliened and enfeoffed and by these presents doth give grant bargaine sell alien enfeoff and conform unto the aforesaid Francis his heires etc. all his right title and interest of in and unto a certain parcell of land situate in the county aforesaid containing by estimacon one hundred acres be the same more or less and is part of a Pattent formerly granted to John Payne grand father to the aforesaid William party to these presents for four hundred acres of land and by the John by will bequeathed to John Payne father to said William Payne Jun'r and by the said John Payne by his last will and testament given to his two sons John Payne and William Payne party to these presents as is aforesaid to be equally divided between them To have and to Hold the aforesaid one hundred acres of land be the same more or less and all and singular the premisses herein menconed or intended to be hereby bargained and sold with their and every of their appurtenances unto the said Francis Awbrey his heires and assignes forever and I the said William Payne Jun'r for myself my heires etc. the aforesaid Land and premisses together with all houses Out houses edifices Orchards gardens fences ways water and water Courses priviledges and appurtenances unto the said One hundred acres of land belonging or in any wise appertaining unto the aforesaid Francis Awbrey his heires executors administrators or assigns shall and will warrant and forever by these presents defend against the claim or claims of any maner of person or persons claiming or pretending to claime by from or under me In Confirmacon whereof I have hereunto sett my hand and affixed my seale this 12th day of Febry 1721 William Payne (seal) sealed and delivered in presence of us William Lynd, Elias Martin, John Awbrey-- Memorandum that on the 12th day Febry 1721 the within named William Payne Jun'r did deliver to the within menconed Francis Awbrey the within menconed land and premisses by Turff and Twigg in token of livery and seizin in presence of us John [Hammark ?] John Morris Edward [Harrys ?]-- Westmoreld } At a court held for the said county the 25th day of July 1722-- William Payne personally acknowledged this sale of land from him to Francis Awbrey together with livery of seizin to be his proper act and deed, which at the instance of the said Awbrey was admitted to record-- Test Tho Sorrell [Clerk County of Westmoreland] Recorded Septemo die Aug'te 1722 [P Eundm Cluum ?]
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"Payne Records from Westmoreland County, Communicated by Mrs. J. C. Pollard Wesmoreland County. Book 7, page 354 Indenture between William Payne Jr. and Francis Aubrey July 25, 1722. [This deed was signed 12 Feb. 1721. It was acknowledged by Wm. Payne in court on 25 July 1722. It was recorded 7 Aug. 1722.] For 100 acres, part of a patent granted to John Payne, grandfather to the aforesaid William Jr. for 400 acres, and by the said John's will bequeathed to John Payne, father to the said William Payne Jr., and by his last will and testament given to his two sons John Payne and William Payne Jr."
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY ORDER BOOK, 1718-1721; pg 34
Westmoreland County Court 25th day of February Anno Dom 1718.
WILLIAM PAINE son of JOHN PAINE & ELIZABETH his late wife, decd. Exors. of the last Will and Testament of JOHN ATTWELL her late husband, decd. came into Court and made oath that the said ELIZABETH departed this life without making any Will so faIT as he knows or believes and upon mocon of the said WILLIAM PAINE Certificate is granted him for obtaining Letters of Admicon on the said Estate in due form. OWEN BRINNON &JOSEPH TAYLOR securities for his faithfull Admicon ordered that CORDEROY VAUGHAN, JOHN JONES, FRANCIS AWBREY and JOHN WRIGHT or any three of them being first sworn before one of his Majesties Justices for the said County do some time before the next Court to be held for the County aforesaidvalue and appraise the Estate of the said deed. in money and make report thereof to the said next Court.
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ORANGE COUNTY ROAD ORDERS 1734-1749 {Ann Brush Miller}
23 April 1737, O.S. p. 158
The Order of Last Court for ye Sheriff to give public notice that the Court would agree with anyone to keep fferry at ye raccoon fford on Court days being returned by ye sheriff that he had given notice accordingly William Payne made a proposal to ye Court to keep said fferry with whom the Court agreed to keep ye said ferry on Court days and ye next day after and to set over ye Minister & Sheriff for ye sum of four hundred pounds of tobacco from this instant april to ye laying of ye next levy he giving security in the Clks office for ye well keeping of ye sd ffery.
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ORANGE COUNTY ROAD ORDERS 1734-1749 {Ann Brush Miller}
22 February 1738, O.S. p. 426
Ordered that Wm Payne keep the fferry at ye raccoon ford & provide a good Canoe for ye Use of ye sd fferry. 
Payne, William "Jr" (I029104)
 
71381 Styled Junior
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ADDISON, Thomas., Esq., died Thurs,, 27th ult,., at his house on Potomac, in his 56th year; sometime Major of His Majesty's 35th Regiment of Foot. He left the bulk of his property to his nephew, Thomas Addison., Esq.., of Oxon-Hill. (Dec. 6, 1770)

ADDISON, Thomas, Esq., died Friday last, Sept. 24, at his seat on Potomac River,, leaving a widow and several small children, (Sept. 29, 1774)
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ADDISON, SUSANNA, widow, Prince George's Co. 1 May 1773 9 Aug 1774
To son John Addison, men slaves, Sam and Dick and mulatto woman slave Molly and at John's death to his only dau. Susanna Addison and also to her, George and Ann, children of aforesaid Molly.
To dau. Anne Addison, slave Lucy,
To son Thomas Addison and dau. in laws Rebecca Addison., 2 guineas each for mourning rings, they being so much better provided for than the other children, rings
To dau In law, Elizabeth Addison, 2 guineas for mourning
To my two daus., Eleanor Boucher and Anne Addison, plate, household furniture, plantation utensils and stock.
To son John Addison, residue of estate.
Anne Addison, extx.
Wit: Anne Tarvin, Joseph Messenger, Sam. Hanson. 39. 878
Codicil: 22 May 1773: whereas dau. Anne Addison is to receive residue of estate vice son John.
Wit: John Baynes, Anne Tarvin, Sam. Hanson.
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ADDISON, THOMAS, Prince George's CO, 22 June 1771 14 March 1775
To son Walter Addison, tracts "Saint Elizabeth," 1445 acres; part of "Discontent", 4781 acres; part of Hart Park," 618 acres; part of "Bew" or "Beu Plains," 851 acres; part of "Locust ThIickett," 7281 acres; part of "Admination," 741 acres; "Canton," 103 acres; part of "Force" lying on south side of "Oxon Branch," all of above tracts and 1301 acres of vacant land Included, resurveyed and called "Oxon Hill Manour," tract "Force" not Included In above and above left me by my father John Addison.
To son John Addison, all lands left me by my uncle Thomas Addison, tracts that make up "Gisborough Manour" 1613 acres; "Praventlon," 512 acres, Tracts, "The Union," 393 acres; "Berwick upon Tweed" 209 acres; "Brothers Joint Interest," 236 acres; "Nonesuch" 106 acres; "North Britain," 300 acres, The last 5 tracts were devised to Thomas and Henry Addison by their father Thomas Addison's will and divided according to his will and this signifies that all parts of above lands left me by my uncle Thomas Addison, Also to son John Addison, all of tract "Force" on North side of Oxon Run, 212 acres; part of "Gleanings" on north side of "Oxon Branch" 26 acres.
Walter Dulany, Daniel Dulany, Jr, son of Walter and my brother John Addison, Trustees, they to see that my children are educated and Instructed in the principles according to the doctrine of the Church of England, and assist the Executrix In her duties,
To wife Rebecca Addison, extx., 1/3 part of personal estate, residue equally between sons, Walter and John Addison.
Wit: Wm. Rumsey; Geo. Fraser Hawkins; Walter Fenley Bayne.
Codicil - 1st:
To son Thomas Grafton Addison, born since I made my will, part of tract "Force," 212 acres; "Preventione" 512 acres and 476 acres to be decided on by my Trustees containing in all 1200 acres. When son Thomas Grafton Addison Is 25 years of age he to get £400 from my son Walter Addison, £200 from my son John
Addison, said sums of money to help him purchase part of tract "Bew Plains," 18 slaves and 1 lot in Carrolsborough.
To son Walter Addison, 1 lot In Carrolsborough,
To son John Addison, 2 lots in Carrollsborough.
Wit: Geo, Digges; S. Hanson, 4th. 12 June 1772
Codicil - 2rd:
To dau. Mary Grafton Addison, £1000.
Wit; Mary Dulany; S. Hanson. 13 May 1773
Codicil - 3rd:
To child wife is big with, £1000, it to be educated and If a boy to be taught a profession, cost to come out of my estate.
To bro. John Addison, lease of house and land "Hart Park" for 16 years, yearly rent of £40.
To wife When my oldest son Walter Addison arrives at age if he wish to live In mansion house he to build his mother suitable house on any of his lands that she chooses.
To sisters: Eleanor Boucher and Anne Addison, £20 each.
Trustees: Dr. William Runmey, Grafton Dulany, Rev'd, Jon'a. Boucher, Walter Dulany.
Wit: Mary Dulany, Peggy Dulany, 2 Sept. 1774 MCW 40.411
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1763-1767; Liber TT {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 577. At the request of John Addison, Jr. the following Deed of Division was recorded June 25, 1766
Whereas Col. John Addison, deceased did by his last will and testament bearing date October 8, 1764 made the following request, Vizt; Item, I give and bequeath to my son John Addison tracts called "Maddox's Folly" {recorded as "Madducks Folly"}, "Good Will" and "Hunters Kindness" which tracts of land make 504 acres. Now it is my will and desire to leave the said John Addison and his heirs forever 1000 acres of land, I request my friend's Messrs. Henry Rozer, George Fraser and my brother Mr. Thomas Addison to layout for the said John Addison 496 acres of land out of "Hart Park" or "Locust Thickett" or both of them in such manner as shall appear to my friend's before mentioned to be most useful and contiguous to my two sons. Now as Mr. George Fraser is since the execution of the said will, deceased and Henry Rozer and Thomas Addison being the survivors mentioned in the aforesaid will, do hereby certify that we have caused the lands to be surveyed that lay contiguous to "Maddox's Folly", "Good Will" and "Hunters Kindness" and find that to that is to be added useful and contiguous we found it necessary to exclude "Hart Park" and in lieu thereof have allocated 58 acres part of a tract called "Discontent" which makes part of the plantation commonly called "Lodge" whereof the said John Addison, legatee, dwelleth and the remainder of the 496 acres we have made up out of "Locust Thickett" all which we have caused to be divided between Thomas Addison, Jr. oldest son and heir at law and the said John Addison, legatee. Beginning for the dividing line at the end of the North East line of "Locust Thickett" and bounding on the north side of Henson main branch and the northern corner of "Good Will" which composes part of the plantation called "Lodge" where the said John Addison now dwells all of which lines are to remain as the divisional lines between the aforementioned Thomas Addison, Sr., and the said John Addison and all the part of the tract called Locust Thickett and that part of a tract called "Discontent" that lays on the northeast and eastward of the dividing line to be the right of John Addison and makes up with a tracts called "Maddox's Folly", "Good Will" and "Hunters Kindness" the quantity of 1,000 acres of land to the satisfaction of the parties concerned. We hereunto set our hands and seals this May 5, 1766, William Rozer, Thomas Addison. Witness; Walter Smith, Nicholas Miles
I do hereby certify is heir in law to my father John Addison, deceased that Messrs. Henry Rozer and Thomas Addison have directed the division within mentioned between me and my brother John Addison of the lands bequeathed to my brother and the last will and testament of my father bearing date October 8, 1764 is to my satisfaction and that the lands mentioned in the said division lying on the northeast and eastward of the said line is to remain unto my brother John Addison and his heirs forever. As witness my hand this May 5, 1766, Thomas Addison, Jr.
Test; Francis Waring, Joshua Beall
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1769-1772; Liber AA 2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 479. At the request of Thomas Addison the following Deed was recorded February 27, 1772
Indenture made August 29, 1771; Henry Rozer, Daniel Carroll and Notley Young, Gentleman, trustees of Charles Carroll, Esq. for the purpose of erecting a Town called Carrollsburgh on Potomack River in consideration of 24 pounds sterling money paid by Thomas Addison, Esqr., of PGCo has sold "Lot Number 170", "Lot Number 248", "Lot Number 250" and "Lot Number 266" which he drew in a lottery. Signed H. Rozer, Daniel Carroll, Notley Young in the presence of William Sydebothom, Christopher Richmond and acknowledged before John Hepburn
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Charles County Land Records 1786-1790; Liber D#4; Page 115, Mortgage, recorded at the request of William Baker, Aug 28, 1787 from Thomas Hanson of CC, to William Baker of Alexandria, Physician, William Bayley of George Town, and Anthony Addison of Prince George's County. Whereas the afd William Baker, William Bayly, and Anthony Addison stand bound for the sd Hanson in a large debt of tobacco as securities to John Sutton of Alexandria, and whereas sd William Baker only stands bound for the sd Hanson as security in a debt of money to Robert Dick of Bladensburgh to Sarah Williams of Philadelphia and to Ebsworth Bayne near Broad Cr, each in separate bonds, to a considerable amount, and further, for the payment of 5 shillings specie to sd Hanson in hand paid by ad Baker, Bayly, & Addison, sd Thomas Hanson to secure and save harmless the sd Baker, Bayley, and Addison against the sd John Sutton's debt, and to secure and save harmless the sd Baker from the other debts afd, has sold to the afd Baker, Addison, and Bayly, all that tract of land in CC called Aquinsick and Laurel Branch, containing 680 acres, and also 4 other tracts of land in Washington County, viz, Horse Lick, Dogwood Plains, Walnut Level, and Locust Thicket, containing in the whole, about 1200 acres. Also about 1600 acres of land in Baltimore County, bought of Horatio Belt by sd Hanson, and which he may be entitled to, either in law or equity. Also my Negroes, Judy, Lucy, Big Kate, Little Kate, Else, Big Ned, Little Ned, Tom, Bruce, House Tom, Billy, Jim, and all my right to the estate of the late Thomas Addison Esq decd, being my wife, Rebecca's, right of dower in the sd estate_ Also my book of accounts and balances and accounts due in the same as partner with my brother, Sam Hanson. Also my bond from Horatio Belt of Baltimore County, and also my bonds, due me from Leonard Marbury of Georgia, and all other debts that may appear to be due me. Also all my horses and stock, my plate and household furniture. If, however, sd Thomas Hanson pays the above debt to John Sutton, and the above debts to Robert Dick, Sarah Williams, and Ebsworth Bayne, and saves harmless and from all damage, the afd William Baker, William Bayly, and Anthony Addison, against all of the afd claimants in consequence of the sd Baker, Bayly, and Addison being security for the sd Hanson, then the above deed to be void. Signed - THanson. Wit - Dan Jenifer*, Geo Lee*. Recorded Aug 29, 1787. 
Addison, Thomas (I016841)
 
71382 styled Sr. because of his cousin Dr. Charles Smoot
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Charles County Maryland Will Book HBBH-13, 1808-1817; {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 347.
John Nathan Smoot, Will, January 9, 1812; January 21, 1815
I, John Nathan Smoot of CC, being at this time in good bodily health and of sound disposing mind, memory and understanding;
To wife Mary Smoot, 1/3 part of my personal estate.
To children; Charles Smoot, Elizabeth Weems, Mary Smoot, Ann Smoot, Eleanor Smoot, Susannah Wilson Smoot, Margaret Brent Smoot and William Hendley Smoot, the balance of my estate real personal and mixed.
Item: whereas I have already given to my son Charles Smoot and daughter Elizabeth Weems certain property for settlement in the world, I desire that whatever I may so have given either of them since they left me shall be deducted.
Item: whereas my wife Mary is entitled to an undivided fourth part of certain lands of which her father Hezekiah Briscoe died seized it is my will at distribution of my property pursuant to the foregoing clause, my wife's lands shall be valued and the amount included in my estate so that upon the division, each child shall receive and equal proportion, with son Charles Smoot and daughter Elizabeth Weems proportions subject to deductions. But in case my wife refuses, or in case of her death, or if my children by her shall refuse to permit the lands be included in my estate, then so much shall be deducted from their proportions of my estate and added to the shares of my children by my former wife and will make them equal.
Joint Executors: sons Charles Smoot and William Hendley Smoot
Signed: January 9, 1812 John N. Smoot
Wit: William Barton Smoot, Josias H. Hanson, Walter H. Smoot, William H. Smoot
===
Charles County, Maryland Land Records 1814-1817; Liber IB-11 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 198. At the request of William H. Smoot the following Deed was recorded October 27, 1815
Indenture made October 12, 1815; Charles Smoot, Sr., in consideration of $300 current money of the United States paid by William Hendley Smoot has sold one undivided 1/8th part of the real estate of which John N. Smoot deceased father of Charles Smoot, Sr., died possessed and which then descended to him. Signed Charles Smoot, Sr. in the presence of and acknowledged before Daniel Smallwood, Horatio Moore
October 12, 1815; Letty Stoddert Smoot wife of Charles Smoot, Sr., relinquished her right of dower
===
Charles County, Maryland Land Records 1814-1817; Liber IB-11 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 393. At the request of Theodore Mudd the following Deed was recorded August 13, 1816
Whereas the late Alexander Johnson became superseder to the subscriber on a judgment in CC court in favor of Ignatius H. Mudd and Leonard Mudd administrators DBN of Roswell Mudd for a large quantity of tobacco and whereas Alexander Johnson has departed this life and the debt is on liquidated in the subscriber is anxious and solicitous to provide a fund for the payment of the same so the representatives of Johnson shall not be injured or suffer any injury in consequence of superseding the said judgment. Now know we need that I the subscriber in consideration the premises and for the sum of $10 paid by Theodore Mudd do hereby sell the following Negroes, to wit, Abraham, Stephen, Mily, Charity and her two children, and Nelly and her child in trust from the sale thereof to pay and satisfy the representatives of Alexander Johnson all and every sum of tobacco or money which they may be compelled to pay on account of the said judgment. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this July 31, 1816, Charles Smoot and acknowledged before Samuel Ogden 
Smoote, Charles (I106289)
 
71383 Subject: Re: Fw: Fred. co MD list
the State of MD did not require Marriage Bond like in VA. Each parish church could issue their own records. Margaret E. Myers, Marriage Licenses of Frederick County 1778-1810,
(Silver Spring, MD: Family Line Publications, 1986), p. 129.
Jan. 11, 1798 Samuel Marshall to Elizabeth McGeihan
Jan. 3, 1803 Ruth Marshall to William B. Underwood
Nov. 24, 1809 Sarah Marshall to Alexander Hornar
Nov. 3, 1815 Jane C. Marshall to David Hines
April 3, 1816 Henry Marshall to Nancy Bartholow
April 24, 1824 Hannah Marshall to John Jones
May 22, 1827 Lusinda Marshall to William House
Sept. 1, 1832 Eliza Marshall to Richard Shawen
May 6, 1843 Jacob Marshall to Anne M. Stockman
Nov. 3, 1847 George W. Marshall to Mary E. Anderson
July 10, 1848 John H. Marshall to Ellen C. Frazier
Sep 16, 1858 Charles I. Marshall to Mary C. Glenn
Jun 5, 1860 Elizabeth Marshall to Washington Barnes
Aug. 26, 1862 James Levi Marshall to Matilda Mahoney
Oct. 10, 1863 Mrs. Ellen C. Marshall To Rev. Joseph Trapnell, Jr.

Emma Fitz d/o Samuel Fitz (1861-1930) and Mary Monn (1865-1932) md ?? MARSHALL.


See if your library has the publication in two volumes of The history of
Western Maryland by scharf.........it lists a host of the Marshall family
as follows....
Andrew
Anne
Benjamin
Charles
Edward
Francis X.
James
Jane C.
Kate
R.H.
Richard
Richard H.
Samuel
W.M.
William
William M.


24 East Church Street, Frederick County, Maryland 21701 301-663-1188
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http://hometown.aol.com/midmdroots/frederick/index.html
1 M: Andrew KESSLER
Birth: 2 Nov 1770 Donegal, Westmoreland County, PA
Death: 1 Jan 1860 Frederick County, Maryland
#1Spouse: Catherine UNKNOWN
Marriage: ca 1798
#2Spouse: Mary SMITH
Marriage: 7 Oct 1811 Frederick County, Maryland
#3Spouse: Mary MARSHALL
Marriage: 10 Dec 1830 Frederick County, Maryland

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Names in Stone Volume II

Marshall, Anna (Mort) 10 Mar. 1865?19 Mar. 1931 (Keysv. 89)
Marshall, Belva Irene 1889?
s Leroy 1917? (Thrmt. B.R. 49)
Marshall, Bettie L. 17 Aug. 1930 1?0?24 (Lewstn. Meth. 65)
Marshall, Miss Chloe 1 May 1807 39?4?23 (Frdk. Mt. 01. 200)
Marshall, Daisy L. (Wood) 9 Aug. 1886?1 Nov. 1916 (Rcky. Rdg. Mt. Tab. 54)
Marshall, David A. 2 Aug. 1848?18 Sep. 1922 (Rcky. Rdg. Breth. 53)
w Caroline 8 June 1843?26 Sep. 1924 (Rcky. Rdg. Breth. 53)
Marshall, Edward H. 11 May 1901 34?5?21 (Rcky. Rdg. Breth. 53)
Marshall, Elizabeth w/oWm. ofShrewsburv, York Co. , Pa. 12 May 1836 age 76
(Ldiesbg. Haughs 91)
Marshall, Ellen see Rev. Joseph Trapnell
Marshall, George B. , Sr. 1877?1957 (Horn. Loth. 84)
w Nettie M. 1884?
Marshall, Jesse C. 22 Apr. 1880?24 June 1943 (Rcky. Rdg. Breth. 53)
w Beulah H. 7 Oct. 1894?10 Aug. 1952 (St. Anth. Cath. 36)
Marshall, Margaret see Andrew Horner )
Marshall, Mary Elizabeth see Russell Paxton Hilleary
Marshall, May Paxton see Charles Edgar Jones
Marshall, Mervin R. 1878?1944 (Ft. R. Ger. 28)
w Mary C. 1872?1932 (Ft. R. Ger. 28)
Marshall, Monroe D. s/o C.T.&S.A. 28 Dec. 1911?10 Apr. 1924 (Lewstn. Meth. 65)
Marshall, Norma B. 1894?1957 (Frdk. Mt. 01. 200)
Marshall, Richard H. 8 Mar. 1799?3 Sep. 1884 (Frdk. Mt. 01. 200)
w Harriet M. 6 Apr. 1803?18 Dec. 1867 (Frdk. Mt. 01. 200)
d Eleanor A. 7 July 1827 3?0?22 (Frdk. Mt. 01. 200)
d Harriet P. 1 Aug. 1826 0?1?15 (Frdk. Mt. 01. 200)
d Anne P. 13 Nov. 1827?8 Oct. 1890 (Frdk. Mt. 01. 200)
d Mary E. 17 Mar. 1833 2?0?26 (Frdk. Mt. 01. 200)
Marshall, Robert Co. D, lst Md. P. H. B. no dates (Lewsm. Meth. 65)
Marshall, Samuel J. 1872?1941 (Rcky. Rdg. Mt. Tab. 54) continued
w Ivy M. 1883?1961 (Rcky. Rdg. Mt. Tab. 54)
Marshall, Thomas, Jr. 27 Sep. 1918 69?0?28 (Lewstn. Meth. 65)
w Jane R. 24 Jan. 1906 57?4?17 (Lewstn. Meth. 65)
Marshall, Thomas, Sr, 10 Dec. 1876 67?7?9 (Lewstn. Meth. 65)
w Rosanna 20 Mar. 1883 78?11?24 (Lewsm. Meth. 65)
Marshall, William H. 14 May 1956 80?6?2; stake marker (Wdsbro. Mt. H. 69)
w Emma J. (Hoffman) 1860?1933 (Wdsbro. Mt. H. 69)
Marshall, William H. 1850?1926 (Un. Br. Mtn. Vw. 109)
w Annie M. 1847?1932 (Un. Br. Mtn. Vw. 109)
d Elnora T. 6 May 1890 14?7?13 (Un. Br. Mtn. Vw. 109) 
Marshall, Misc records (I001467)
 
71384 Subject: Re: [VA-NORTHERN-NECK] "Elizabeth" (Newton) Keene, William Keene, Elizabeth (Ball) Keene--Another Look
To: "va-northern-neck@rootsweb.com"
Date: Tuesday, September 30, 2014, 7:00 PM

Here is a possible solution.

The key, I believe, is the will of William KEENE, written 25
Oct. 1725, and probated in Northumberland County, 16 Feb.
1725/26. [James F. Lewis and J. Motley Booker,
Northumberland County Virginia Wills and Administrations
1713-1749 (authors, 1967), 36, citing Northumberland County
Record Book 1718-1726, p. 386a] He lists
his daughter Elizabeth KEENE first, bequeathing ten Negroes
and various household goods and livestock. "My
daughter to remain in the hands of William BALL Junr., and
twelve months after probate of my will, her estate to be
delivered to said BALL." To his son Newton KEENE he
gave 250 acres of land, eight Negroes, and various
goods. "During my sons minority, his estate to remain
in the hands of my wife Elizabeth KEENE and Capt. Thomas
NEWTON, and if they die before my son comes of age, I leave
my son and his estate in the hands of my brother Thomas
MARTIN and one who the said NEWTON shall appoint."

We know from Thomas NEWTON's will (Westmoreland County) that
Newton KEENE is his grandson, and by the time it was written
(26 Aug. 1727) his daughter Elizabeth had married [John]
WAULHOPE. [From abstract by Augusta B.
Fothergill. Ruth and Sam Sparacio's abstract is only
able to read her last name as W---HOPE. Elsewhere the
name is commonly found as WAUGHOP.] So Newton KEENE
had become the ward of his mother and maternal grandfather.

It is likely that Elizabeth KEENE was made a ward of a close
relative of her mother. In fact she was already in the
hands of William BALL Jr. at the time William KEENE made his
will. William BALL Jr. (ca. 1695/1700-
1742) was the son of Col. William BALL of Lancaster County
(died testate 1744/45). William BALL Jr. (who was
married in 1723) is too young to be the father of Elizabeth
BALL (married William KEENE in 1721), but he could be her
brother. No such sister is shown in the Ball genealogy
compiled by Horace Hayden [Virginia Genealogies
(Wilkes-Barre, Pa.: 1891), 61-62]. Neither daughter
Elizabeth (BALL) KEENE, nor granddaughter Elizabeth KEENE is
mentioned in the will of Col. William BALL (written 14 Aug.
1744). But we can explain why:

The daughter, Elizabeth (BALL) KEENE had died sometime
between her marriage in 1721 and the date her husband
William KEENE made his will in 1725. We can estimate
that is was probably about 1722/23, giving her time to bear
one child (Elizabeth). In the remaining time, William
KEENE remarried and had another child (Newton).

Although the daughter was gone, Col. William BALL would
likely have remembered his granddaughter if she were still
alive in 1744. She wasn't. On 13 Oct. 1736,
Lancaster court called for someone to come forward to
administer the estate of Elizabeth KEENE deceased. She
would have been only about 14, but her putative guardian
William BALL Jr. for some reason has declined to do
it. On 12 Nov. 1736, John WAUGHOP, no doubt her
stepfather, took on the task. Her personal estate was
sold by outcry on 11 Feb. 1736/37. With
Elizabeth KEENE gone, there is no reason for her or her
mother to be mentioned in the will of Col. William BALL.

Therefore, I find the likeliest solution to be that
Elizabeth (BALL) KEENE is a previously unrecognized daughter
of Col. William BALL and his wife Hannah BEALE.

Donald L. Wilson, Virginiana Librarian
The Ruth E. Lloyd Information Center
for Genealogy and Local History (RELIC)
Prince William Public Library System
Bull Run Regional Library
8051 Ashton Avenue, Manassas, VA 20109-2892
703-792-4540
www.pwcgov.org/library/RELIC 
Ball, Elizabeth (I103326)
 
71385 Subject: Re: [VA-NORTHERN-NECK] Rev. Samuel COLE
Date: Mon, 14 Sep 2009 20:31:47 -0400
References:
In-Reply-To:

Chocy,

You might also be interested in the following about Rev. Samuel Cole who
died abt. 1659 in Lancaster Co., VA.

Lancaster Co., VA Court Orders 1656-1666:

Mr. Samuel COLE made Minister of this county and it is to be confirmed by
Feb. 1657. In 1658 and 1659, Lancaster and Piankatank parishes shared his
services and jointly paid his salary, having early weaned him away from the
notion of officiating on both sides of the Rappahannock.

Court 1 April 1657: Certificate to Mr. Ralph Travers for transportation of
Mr. Samuel COLE, Thomas Godry, John Granger, Elizabeth Parkington, .....
etc.

Court 10 May 1657: Martha Bries widdow assignes to William White clerke, 7
May 1657, witnessed by Samuel COLE.

Lancaster Co., VA Court Orders 1656 - 1666

Court 8 Sept. 1659: Susanna late the widdow and Relict of Mr. Samuel COLE
decd. relinquished her right of Adm. and Pet. for wearing apparell.

Court 20 Oct. 1659: Com. of Adm. on the Est. to John Sharpe and Susanna
COLE widd. on Est. of Mary Hackett widd. decd.

Pam Catlett Mullinax,
Atlanta

===
1656-1661 Lancaster County Order Book; {Antient Press}: pg 1
At a Court helde for the Countie of Lanc: Febru the 4th Anna Dm 1656 at the House of DOMINIC THERR IOTT
- With the full consent of the inhabitants of this Countie pr:sent at Cort.. ( I Mr. SAMUELL COLE is made theire choice of MINISTER of this Countye & it is therewith ordered ( ) here pr:sent in the name & behalfe of the whole that said Mr. COLE may bee here setled & confirmed by ye order of the Assembly cast
===
1656-1661 Lancaster County Order Book; {Antient Press}: pg 91
Lancaster County Court 28th of September 1659
- SUSANNA COLE. the Widd: & Relict of Mr. SAMUELL COLE, Clerke, deced., relinquishing her right of administracon upon her sd Husbands Estate & peticioning this Cort. for her weareing apparel bedd & furniture, & such Corne as her sd late Husband lent this last yere to some p:sons, is ordered the same & is likewise ordered to pr.sent a true Inventory of her sd. Husbands Estate wth: which he dyed possessed to the next Cort; & in the interim to keepe the same from imbezelmt.
===
1656-1661 Lancaster County Order Book; {Antient Press}: pg 91
- At a Cort. helde for the Countie of Lancr: Oct: the 20th 1659 at the Cort: House there:
- Ordered that Lt. Coll. ANTHONY ELLYOTT &Mr. WILL. LEECH take into their custody & possession all the goods & chattells whatsoever that were founde in the possession of Mr. SAM COLE, Clerke, deced., at the time of his deceasse & exhibite a true
Inventorie thereof to this Cort: 
Cole, Samuel Rev (I071741)
 
71386 submitted by Jim Sublett Jksub@aol dot com

Michael, here is some info that I have on Subject individual...it is not an indvidual or a surname I am researching...except his dau Mary married into one of my related families.

Josiah W. Marshall b c1798 in Virginia married Nancy T. Neal (b 1806 in VA) 12June1823 in Lunenburg, Virginia.
per 1850 Lincoln County, TN census, their issue is:
Sarah A. age 20 b AL;
Richard age 15 b AL;
Lucy T. age 15 b AL;
Eliza C. age 12 b TN;
Josiah B. age 10 b TN;
Wm. A. age 7 b TN;
Mary J. age 2 b TN
Laban N. b 1850 TN

per 1860 Coffee County, TN (no additional children) still living at home: Lucy, Josiah,William, Mary & Laban. & Josiah & wife Nancy

per 1870 Decherd, Franklin County, TN (still living at home) Josiah, Nancy T. age 20 b TN; Prescilla age 1 b TN. I think Nancy T. is Prescilla's mother & Nancy T. was probably married to one of Josiah. W's sons.

Josiah's dau Mary "Mollie" J. Marshall 1st married Allen Boneparte O'Rear on 2Jan1865 in Coffee County, TN Mary was b 26Sept1847 in Lincoln County, TN & died 1875 in Coffee County, TN. Allen O'Rear died in
1866 & Mary remarried to Michael R. Campbell in Coffee County, TN.

Mary J. was the only child of Josiah W. that I had any interest..due to her marriage to Allen Boneparte O'Rear. I have no other info, except on her marriage to Michael Campbell 
Marshall, Josiah W. (I001052)
 
71387 Submitter(s): http://www.familysearch.com/Search/af/ancestral_file_frame.asp?recid=35112 485
ROMONA D. MILES
P O BOX 747
WHITEHALL MT
USA 59759

Sarah Anne Glackin b. 8/22/1820 in New Columbus, Owen County, Kentucky. 
Glackin, Sarah Anne (I000605)
 
71388 Suddeth, Ann Daughter of Benjamin and Silent, born July 17, 1745 Sudduth, Anne (I049295)
 
71389 Suddeth, Catharine Daughter of Benjamin, born March 27, 1750
Suddeth, Catharine Departed this life, April 11, 1750 
Sudduth, Catherine (I049332)
 
71390 Suddeth, Elizabeth Daughter of Lawrence and Dorothy, born November 3, 1745 Sudduth, Elizabeth (I049315)
 
71391 Suddeth, Henry Married Mary Latham, June 25, 1745 Family F26174
 
71392 Suddeth, James Married Mary Pepper, May 13, 1738 Family F26176
 
71393 Suddeth, Mary Married Edward Boling, May 4, 1744 Family F26194
 
71394 Suddeth, Sarah Married Thomas Griffin, July 18, 1745 Family F23004
 
71395 SUDDITH, William, son of Robert and Sarah, August 5, 1764. Sudduth, William (I050694)
 
71396 Sukey (i. e., Susannah) Jett, widow of Col. Thomas Jett (d. 1785) of Westmoreland Co. She was Susannah Washington (1745-1822), widow of Lawrence Washington (1744-1774). She married, thirdly, Col. John Skinker (d. 1798?) of King George Co. She was the second wife of Col. Thomas Jett
===
The following is a list of slaveholders in 1782 in Fauquier County VA, with the number each owned:
Thomas Skinker 31
===
KING GEORGE COUNTY VIRGINIA WILL BOOK A; 1752-1780 {Antient Press}; Pages 5-8
Will of SAMUEL SKINKER. I SAMUEL SKINKER of Parish of Hanover and county of King George .. give to my son, SAMUEL, the Tract of land I bought of JAMES KAY; to my son JOHN SKINKER; my son THOMAS SKINKER the tract of land I bought of SAMUEL HOYLE .. also the Land I bought of JOHN DISKINS, also the land I bought of THOMAS GRIGSBY also two tracts I bought of JOHN FARGUSON, also the land I bought of ROBERT DUNCOMB; my son GEORGE SKINKER .. to my son, JOHN, after the decease of his Mother the land whereon I now live also land bought of ST. JOHN SHROPSHIRE, of ROBERT HARRISON, of BENJAMIN STROTHER all which tracts adjoin the land I now live on .. a tract of land I bought of PATRICK GRADY near the Marsh in Prince William County; land I bought of SAGES heirs, of THOMAS DUNCOMB .. to my son, WILLIAM .. to my son, GEORGE, the land I bought of JOHN SAVAGE by estimation 500 acres .. to my son WILLIAM the tract of land I bought of JOHN STROTHER also tract of land whereon DANIEL TAYLOR now lives as one of my tenants .. land I bought of PATRICK HAMRICK land I bought of Hanover Parish; of JOHN BROWN lying in Prince William County; of JOHN BURN in aforesaid county .. one hundred pounds be put to Interest to be Applied to the education of my grandson, JOHN SIMPSON, until he is fitt to be sent to the University .. my Will that a bond due from COLO. CHARLES CARTER be called in & applied to the purchase of young Negroes to stock the plantation I now live on for the benefit of my son JOHN. To my son JOHN all my household furniture with all my books .. Whereas my sons SAMUEL, THOMAS & JOHN were all Born out of wedlock .. my will is that if my son GEORGE and my son WILLIAM should at any time hereafter attempt to make this part of my will void as far as it relates to them as not being born in Wedlock I then revoke every Legacy herein given to him that shall bring such a prosecution .. to my Daughter SARAH one hundred pounds to be paid her at her day of Marriage or when she arrives to age twenty one .. Lastly I appoint my wife DINAH my whole & sole Executrix during her widowhood and in case of her marriage I then appoint mysons SAMUEL & THOMAS my Executors .. the one hundred pounds to be given to my Daughter SARAH to be taken out of NATHANIEL GRAYS debt to me .. this 24th day of January 1752.
Presence of T. Turner, Samuel Skinker
Marg. x Strother,
William Cope, Mary Simpson
At a court held .. 6th day Feby. 1752 .. will of SAMUEL SKINKER Gent. Deced presented .. admitted to record. 
Skinker, Thomas (I025998)
 
71397 SULTNER, GEORGE, Frederick Co. 17 Feb, 1761; 10 Aug, 1762
To cousin Catharine Sultner, all estate, both real and personal.
Exst Friends Caspter Shaaff and Conrad Young, both of Frederick Co.
Wit: Robert Wood, Michael Jesserang, David Smith. 31. 728 
Sultner, George (I062506)
 
71398 SUMMERS, John.

28 Jan. 1788. Feb. 1788. Fairfax County, Virginia

Wife: Marey.
Children: John, Simon, William, Mary Humphrey, Sarah Ferguson.
Daughters to have land on the waters of the Ohio.
Sons-in-law James Sharp Ferguson and William Ferguson, 400 acres each.
Exrs: wife and sons Simon and John.
Wit: William Lewis, Charles Broadwater, William Summers.

=== contributed by Ana

Fairfax County Wills = microfilm, pages 219-220 & beginning on 396 the inventory &c.

In the name of God Amen, I Mary Summers of Fairfax County & state of Virginia, being of perfect mind & memory do hereby make my last will & testament in manner and form following, that is to say
I give & bequeath to my son James S. Ferguson my young horse. I also give and bequeath to my daughter Nancy Parmer my part of the waggon also all my chany; and silver tea spools.
Item further my will and desire is that the rest of my estate should be equally devided amongst all my children allowing Sarah my old house servant for her faithful attendance on me to have an equal part with my children in said estate. And lastly I do hereby constitute and appoint my loving son James S. Ferguson and Thomas Parmer Executors of this my last will & testament hereby revolking all other or former wills by be heretofore made. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & affixed my seal this tenth day of August in the year of our Lord one Thousand eight Hundred and five.
Item - further my will desire is that all my wearing apparel be devided between my four daughters
Mary {her mk) Summers
Signed Sealed; Published & declared as & for the last will & testament of the above named Mary Summers in presence of us.
Henry Whaley
William Simmons
Libby {mk} Dove
Thos Lindsay

At a court held for Fairfax County the 18th day of September 1809 this last will & testament of Mary Summers deceased was presented in court by James S. Ferguson one of the executors herein named who made oath hereto & the same having been duly proved by the oaths of Henry Whaley & Thomas Lindsay is admitted to record; and the said executor having performed what the law requires a certificate is granted them for obtaining a probate hereoff in due form
Teste Wm Moss Cl

Fairfax County September Court 1809
On the motion of James S. Ferguson Executor of the last will and testament of Mary Summers decd, it is ordered that Thoms Lindsay, Opie Lindsay, Edward Dulin & Joseph Powell or any three of them being first sworn do appraise all & singular the goods and chattles of the said Mary Summers decd which may be presented to their view & that they make report thereof to the Court.
A copy test Wm Moss Cl

This day came before me Thoms Lindsay, Opie Lindsay, Edw'd Dulin & Joseph Powell & was duly & lawfully sworn to execute the above order as witness my hand this 4th December 1809....Wm Payne

In compliance with the above order we the subscribers have inventoried and appraised all and singular the estate of Mary Summers decd as presented to our view by James S. Ferguson Executor this 4th day of December 1810

itemized inventory details follows

Inventory total $994.38

At a court held for Fairfax County the 21st day of October 1811, this Inventory and appraisement of the Estate of Mary Summers decd was returned and ordered to be recorded
Teste Wm Moss Cl 
Ferguson, James Sharp (I047014)
 
71399 SUMMERS, John.

28 Jan. 1788. Feb. 1788. Fairfax County, Virginia

Wife: Marey.
Children: John, Simon, William, Mary Humphrey, Sarah Ferguson.
Daughters to have land on the waters of the Ohio.
Sons-in-law James Sharp Ferguson and William Ferguson, 400 acres each.
Exrs: wife and sons Simon and John.
Wit: William Lewis, Charles Broadwater, William Summers. 
Ferguson, William (I021948)
 
71400 SUMMERS, John.
28 Jan. 1788. Feb. 1788. Fairfax County, Virginia
Wife: Marey.
Children: John, Simon, William, Mary Humphrey, Sarah Ferguson.
Daughters to have land on the waters of the Ohio.
Sons-in-law James Sharp Ferguson and William Ferguson, 400 acres each.
Exrs: wife and sons Simon and John.
Wit: William Lewis, Charles Broadwater, William Summers.
===
ABSTRACTS OF WILLS, FAIRFAX CO., VA.
(Liber A, B, Wills-by Eula K. Woodward)
Adams, Gabriel, 19 Jan. 1749-27 Dec. 1750.
To eldest s. Gabriel Jr. plantation;
100 A. to Wm. Maddy; 100 A.
to Wm. Adams;
to s. John plantation, Thos Bryend lives on;
100 A. to dau. Susanna Summers; mill & land lying between Homes River & Mr. Terrett;
to s. Simon plantation Wm. Davice lived on;
100 A. to s. Silvester plantation Mary Bryend lives on;
100 A. to Elizbeth Nevet plantation Mary Bryend lives on rent free for life;
to g. s. Benj. Williams
to Elizabeth Nevet;
to s. wm.
to ch. dau. Susanna Summers.
Est. divided among ch.
Son Silvester & Cathron Earl live with dau. Susanna Summers until 18;
s. Simon live with bro. Wm. until 18;
g. s. Benj. live with my s. Gabriel until 18. Exrs.
sons Wm. & Gabriel,
Gabriel Adams.
Wit. John Summers, David Thomas, John Thomas.
Ex bond & state acct. 27 Dec. 1750 (p.428).
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Prince William County, Virginia Deeds {Antient Press}: Liber E; 1740 - 1741; pp 454-457
THIS INDENTURE made the twenty fourth day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred & forty one Between GEORGE HARRISON of the Parish of Truro in the County of Prince William gent of one part and NATHANIEL POPE JOY of the same Parish & County Planter of the other part Witnesseth that the said GEORGE HARRISON for the Rents and Covenants expressed herein after hath granted to farm let unto the said NATHANIEL POPEJOY & to his heirs one certain parcel of land containing one hundred & twenty five acres being part of a tract of land containing five hundred acres being on HOLMS's RUN in the Parish of Truro in the County of Prince William & where the said GEORGE HARRISON lately Dwelt the dwelling House of the said GEORGE HARRISON & part of the Plantation to be included in the said One hundred & twenty five acres together with all houses & advantages thereunto belonging mines minerals & quarries excepted To Have and To Hold the said one hundred and twenty five acres of land unto the said NATHANIEL POPEJOY his heirs & assigns during the term of the Natural lives of him the said NATHANL, POPEJOY, WILLIAM BATES & JOHN SUMMERS the Younger & for the Natural life of the longest liver of them paying on the tenth day of November unto the said GEORGE HARRISON the rent of seven hundred & thirty pounds of Legal Tobacco and if the yearly rent be behind the space of thirty days after the same ought to be paid & no sufficient distress to be found on the premises whereby the same may be Levied that then it may be Lavfull for the said GEORGE HARRISON into any part of the premises to reenter & the same to have again & the said NATHANIEL POPEJOY doth agree within the space of four years after the date of these presents on some convenient part of the premises plant two hundred good Winter Apple trees at forty feet distance from each other and keep the trees veil fenced from Catle Sheep & other beasts that may annoy them Also the said NATHANIEL POPEJOY his heirs et tenants on the premises shall build thereon good and convenient houses outhouses and tobacco houses and keep them in good repair and at the expiration of this Lease shall leave the said Tenement well fenced houses in good repair and all the fruit trees well trimmed & fenced in fit for another Tenant to enter & the said NATHANIEL POPE JOY shall not take any Subtenant thereon during this Lease & if the said NATHANIEL POPEJOY shall take in such Subtenant they shall pay yearly the sum of four hundred pounds of Tobacco above the yearly rent & the said NATHANIEL POPEJOY shall not permit any wilful! waste of the Timber but for the necessary use of the Plantation & the said GEORGE HARRISON agree with said NATHANIEL POPE JOY that he may if he thinks proper put two other lifes into this Lease in the room of two or either of the three herein before mentioned at any time so as the same be done in the life time of the persons so removed & also if the said person so to be removed be seemingly in bodily health, In Witness whereof the parties have set their hands & Seals
in presence of W. HARRISON, GEO. HARRISON
JAMES HALLEY, JOHN HARLL NATHLL, POPE JOY
At a Court held for Prince William County the 24th day of August 1741
GEORGE HARRISON gent acknowledged this Lease to NATHANIEL POPEJOY to be his act & deed & it was thereupon admitted to record 
Summers, John (I021858)
 

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