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

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71351 Source: John Pigman and his Descendants" published by Polly Kelleher etal,

MATTHEW Pigman (John II, John I)

Matthew, the second son of John II and Vickdorany Pigman, was born at PARDON in 1723. The sale of Pigmans Inheritance by Moses Pigman to Matthew Pigman, his brother, establishes Matthew as the son of John II (PG. Deeds L-F F-1106 and Fred. Deeds L-F F-IIII. On 14 August 1779, in Montgomery County, Maryland, Matthew deposed that he was 57 years old, thus establishing the year of his birthday (Mont. Land Records L-A F-325). His name is first found on the Rent Rolls of 1744-1747 for Rich Plains, 100 acres in what is now Montgomery Co. He received the Certificate and Patent on 6 Feb. 1744 (HR Cert. LG#E F-392, Patent PT #L F-263). On 26 March 1746, he sold this property, part of Calverton Manor, for 5,000 pounds of tobacco. Apparently he was unmarried at the time as no wife waived dower (PG. Deeds L-EE F-12). There is a bill of lading, dated 8 March 1747, for tobacco which Matthew shipped to London, indicating that he was enough of a tobacco farmer to be able to export.
About this time he married Mary _____, who was the mother of his five children. On 20 June 1758, Mary waived dower but not in 1760. It is assumed that she died because of childbirth. About 1760, Matthew married Dorcus Gartrell, the daughter of Stephen and Sarah Gartrell. At the time he received Certificates and Patents for Gartrell Good Will and Gartells Gift of 50 acres, which would be Dorcus= dowry (Fred. Cert. L-BC & GS#27 F-315, Patent L-BC & GS F-279). Stephen Gartrell in his will dated 12 Sept. 1766, and probated 3 Nov. 1766, devised Ato my daughter Dorcus Pigman £15 and in case Dau. should have a child, then I give and bequeath the said child the said £15 (Fred. Wills L-A-1 F-270). Apparently, Dorcus received Athe said £15 since we find no record of a child born to her.

The Church of England was supreme in Maryland at this time, but distances were great, travel most difficult, and these isolated settlers found it a hardship to attend the mandatory services. Therefore, they petitioned for A Chapel of Ease, meaning ease of attendance, and Matthew signed the Hawling River Petition in 1761, the only record we have of his church association. Other signers of that Petition were John Owen to whom Matthew had sold RICH PLAINS, Uriah Virgin who had inherited part of PARDON from his uncle, John Dickenson, James and Snowden Sergent and Charles and Edward Penn whose descendants intermarried with the Pigmans.

The Tax List of 1778 of All Free Males of Eighteen and Over lists Matthew Pigman as a resident of the Upper Newfoundland Hundred. Present day Laytonsville is in that Hundred and, from all indications in land records, Matthew and his children lived near each other. In 1778 he signed the Oath of Fidelity, as attested by the list of Edward Burgess. In 1779 he was appointed Overseer for the Aroad from Seneca to James Brooks, by the March Court of Montgomery County, meaning he was responsible for the upkeep of that stretch of road. The 1783 Tax List shows he had 3 White, 5 Slaves, and 980 acres in 4 properties, Virginia valued at L280. He was probably living at GOOD SOIL in a frame dwelling with log kitchen, tobacco house, and other out buildings. On 27 Dec. 1783, Matthew made his will which was probated 28 June 1784, in Montgomery Co. In this he names his wife, Dorcus, sons John, Joshua, and Ignatius, and daughters Philenia and Sarah.

Abstract of Matthew Pigman's Will:
My Dear Wife Dorcus, one-third of all real and personal estate.
Son John (who is now absent) in case he is living and should return. L150 species.
Dear Son Joshua, 12,000 wts of tobacco to be paid by Ignatius in liew of land.
Dear Son Ignatius, the Plantation on which I now dwell, 50 acres of CHARLES FOREST, 4000 lbs of tobacco and my desk.
Dear daughters Philenia and Sarah, PHILENIA AND SARAH, 10 acres (OWENS RESURVEY conveyed to Matthew by John Owen by John Owen 22 April 1774, (Fred. Deeds L-RP F-357) and incorporated in PHILENIA AND SARAH) and part of PLEASANT PLAINS OF DAMASCUS.
Slaves to be divided by the children.
Any rights to Bennett's Creek and Virginia lands to be sold and divided among the Children.
Witnesses; Mat Myler, Jasper Peddicoart, Bazel Windsor, Matthew Pigman, Seal and Sig. (Mont. Wills L-B F-134)

Quite a substantial estate: land, apparently quite a lot of it; money (species); tobacco, the equivalent of money; and slaves to be divided among the heirs. The earliest mention of slaves in a Pigman will and the first will in which the maker was able to sign the document. So Matthew not only was well off but he was literate and perhaps proud of his literacy. Unfortunately, no inventory of his estate exists, but Matthew had a desk where he wrote and probably where he did much of his reading, This desk, a symbol of his emancipation from illiteracy, apparently meant a great deal to Matthew and made it worthy of special mention in his will.

The children of Matthew and Mary Pigman, all born in present Montgomery County, were:

Philenia, the oldest child, was born 23 April 1748. In 1773 she married the Rev. James Sargent, a Methodist minister, in Frederick County. He was the son of James and Eleanor Taylor Sargent. In 1796 James and Philenia went to Kentucky for a couple of years, then crossed over the Ohio River and founded Neville, Franklin Township, Clermont County Ohio. James was on the committee to frame the Ohio Constitution and was one of the first state Senators. Philenia died 20 July 1822 and James 13 December 1826. Both are buried in the Wood Cemetery, Franklin Township, Clermont County, Ohio.
James Sergent, Sr. died about 1740 (Church of St. Bartholmew the Great, London). James Jr. was born at Snow Hill Farm in 1715. This property is now incorporated into London. Since the farm would be inherited by the older son, Snowden, there was little future for James in England. He immigrated to Maryland and settled on the Eastern Shore for a brief time. On 9 December 1735, he married Eleanor (Nellie) Taylor, who was also born in England (St. Margaret=s Parish, Westminister). In 1754 he had land transactions in Anne Arundel and Frederick Counties. They moved to Frederick County and lived near Sugar Loaf Mountain. James died there in 1795, at the home of his son James, and his wife Philenia. Of the ten children of this marriage, three are concerned with the Pigmans. Son James, of course, married Philenia Pigman. Nancy (Ann), the fourth child born 9 October 1746 married Samuel Phillips (25 March 1742 - 19 July 1822) and died 10 July 1802. Mary the youngest daughter, born 15 February 1785, married Benjamin Penn (1740 - 1834). Their daughter Nackey, born 2 September 1787 married Joshua Ridgley Pigman.


John. Nothing is known of him. There was a John Pigman who deserted during the Revolution after very brief service in Maryland. He is probably the same one and could be the father of 30-40 year old John Pigman in the 1830 Census of Columbiana County, Ohio, who is untraced.

Joshua. Born 21 August 1751. He moved to Ohio and became the progenitor of the Clermont County, Ohio, Pigmans.

Sarah, the youngest child and second daughter of Matthew and Mary, was born about 1758. Apparently, Mary died as a consequence of his birth and by time Sarah was four, her father had married Dorcus Gartrell. On 23 May 1778, Sarah married William L. Barnard (Fred Marriages). They lived in the Laytonsville area until they moved to Kentucky, probably with the Sargents. Sarah died there in Ohio County in 1833.
Both daughters had inherited equally under their father's will. Probably to divide this inheritance, in 1787 William and Sarah executed a Deed of Inheritance to James Sargent for PLEASANT PLAINS OF DAMASCUS. On 12 December 1795, James and Philenia Sargent executed a similar deed to William Barnard (Mont. Deeds L -G F-209)
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1748-1752 Frederick County MD Land Records {Patricia Abelard Andersen}
pg. 432. Matthew Pigman recorded his cattle mark 8 Aug. 1751.
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Montgomery County Land Records, 1777-1781; Liber A1, Page 325. Land Commission and Deposition, recorded by order of the Justices of M Court, and at the request of Samuel Lloyd Chew.
To Messrs Samuel Thomas Jr, Paul Hoye, Roger Brooke, and Richard Brooke, Greeting. Whereas Samuel Lloyd Chew, by his petition to our Justices of M Court, has set forth that he is seized in fee, and possessed of a tract of land in M called Addition to Brooke Grove, containing 914 acres, and that the bounds thereof are old and precarious, and praying that Commission might issue to prove and perpetuate the same, which petition is granted, and it being suggested that you are substantial and capable freeholders within M, we appoint you to issue summons for all witnesses as shall be to you nominated by sd petitioner or other persons concerned, to appear before you upon the afd land, and to examine such witnesses about their knowledge of the bounds of the sd land, provided that you be not in any way related to any of the parties, nor interested in the land afd, and that before your meeting on sd land, you affix public notice at the Parish Church where the sd land lies, 3 Sundays at least, before your meeting. Signed Aug 15, 1778 - Brooke Beall, Clk. Wit - Tho Sprigg Wootton.
We beg leave to inform the Court that after being duly qualified to the execution of the sd Commission, we proceeded to examine such witnesses as were to us produced as follows (viz), M, May 24, 1779, the Deposition of Matthew Pigman, age about 57, who deposes that a bounded white oak, which we are now at, standing on the south side and a little below the head fountain of a small branch, is the beginning tree of a tract of land called Benjamins Square, which he had repeatedly run from for the beginning tree of Benjamins Square. After taking the foregoing deposition, we finished the execution of this Commission. Signed - Sam Thomas 3 , Richd Brooke. Recorded Aug 14, 1779. 
Pigman, Matthew (I033051)
 
71352 Source: John Pigman and his Descendants" published by Polly Kelleher etal,

MATTHEW Pigman (John II, John I)

Matthew, the second son of John II and Vickdorany Pigman, was born at PARDON in 1723. The sale of Pigmans Inheritance by Moses Pigman to Matthew Pigman, his brother, establishes Matthew as the son of John II (PG. Deeds L-F F-1106 and Fred. Deeds L-F F-IIII. On 14 August 1779, in Montgomery County, Maryland, Matthew deposed that he was 57 years old, thus establishing the year of his birthday (Mont. Land Records L-A F-325). His name is first found on the Rent Rolls of 1744-1747 for Rich Plains, 100 acres in what is now Montgomery Co. He received the Certificate and Patent on 6 Feb. 1744 (HR Cert. LG#E F-392, Patent PT #L F-263). On 26 March 1746, he sold this property, part of Calverton Manor, for 5,000 pounds of tobacco. Apparently he was unmarried at the time as no wife waived dower (PG. Deeds L-EE F-12). There is a bill of lading, dated 8 March 1747, for tobacco which Matthew shipped to London, indicating that he was enough of a tobacco farmer to be able to export.
About this time he married Mary _____, who was the mother of his five children. On 20 June 1758, Mary waived dower but not in 1760. It is assumed that she died because of childbirth. About 1760, Matthew married Dorcus Gartrell, the daughter of Stephen and Sarah Gartrell. At the time he received Certificates and Patents for Gartrell Good Will and Gartells Gift of 50 acres, which would be Dorcus= dowry (Fred. Cert. L-BC & GS#27 F-315, Patent L-BC & GS F-279). Stephen Gartrell in his will dated 12 Sept. 1766, and probated 3 Nov. 1766, devised Ato my daughter Dorcus Pigman L15 and in case Dau. should have a child, then I give and bequeath the said child the said L15" (Fred. Wills L-A-1 F-270). Apparently, Dorcus received the said L15" since we find no record of a child born to her. 
Gartrell, Dorcus (I033052)
 
71353 Source: K. L. Garland of Northern Kentucky

William T. Black, as far as I can tell at this time, is not related to my Black line, I did do some hunting at some of the websites I use frequently, though, and found the following information:

This might be the family ties for William T. (Tyler) Black.
Dwelling/Family Nr. 145 - Census Date 08 Aug 1850
Page Line Surname First Name(s) Race Age Sex Born Occupation Land Val Note
303 7 BLACK M M W 48 M KY Farmer 6000
303 8 BLACK Mary W 47 F KY
303 9 BLACK James H W 24 M KY Farmer
303 10 BLACK W T W 20 M KY Farmer
303 11 BLACK Margaret J W 15 F Ky
303 12 BLACK G W W 14 M Ky
303 13 BLACK J T W 10 M Ky
303 14 BLACK W I W 9 M KY
303 15 BLACK Elizabeth W 6 F KY

Page 388 Dwelling/Family # 1113/1080 Boone County, Kentucky 1860 Census

William T. Black, 30, M, Farm Hand, Kentucky
Mary Ann, 26, F, , Kentucky
James W., 4, M, ,Kentucky
William Albert, 10/12, M, Kentucky

George W. Black is in the next dwelling/family and is the right age to be the GW from the 1850 census.

M. M. Black & family is in the dwelling/family right before William T. Black.
By the way M. M. should be Mitchell M. Black Mitchell's wife was probably Mary "Polly" Schoultz, married Boone County, Kentucky - 22 Feb 1823.

Page 146 Dwelling/Family # 133/133 Boone County, Kentucky 1870 Census

William T. Black, 40, M, W, Farmer, Kentucky
Mary A., 35, F, W, Keeping House, Kentucky
James W., 17, M, W, A Cripple, Kentucky
William A., 11, M, W, Kentucky
John J., 7, M, W, , Kentucky
Thomas B., 1, M, W, Kentucky

Mitchel M. Black & Family are on page 147 Dwelling/Family # 158/158

Boone County 1880 Census Transcription

Appears that Mitchell M. Black has died between 1870 and 1880 as Mary is living with son William (W. I. from the 1850 census). Appears that Mitchell and Mary named two of their sons William. I did find reference at FamilySearch.Com that William T.'s middle name might have been Tyler, but haven't found as of yet what the I. stood for in W. I.'s name.

Household Record 1880 United States Census

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Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
William BLACK Self S Male W 39 KY Farmer KY KY
Mary BLACK Mother W Female W 70 KY Keep House KY KY
Sarah BLACK Aunt S Female W 50 KY DE KY
Sarah SHUTHY Aunt S Female W 79 KY GER KY
Thomas D. ROSS Other S Male W 14 MO Servant KY KY

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Source Information:
Census Place Big Boone, Boone, Kentucky
Family History Library Film 1254403
NA Film Number T9-0403
Page Number 553C

Besides these two, it appears that the entire family has disappeared prior to the 1880 census.

Going backwards now for Mitchell -

Page 245 of the Boone County, Kentucky 1840 Census

Mitchel Black
2 males under 5 years 1 female 5 to 10 years
2 males 10 to 15 years 1 female 10 to 15 years
1 male 20 to 30 years 1 female 15 to 20 years
1 male 40 to 50 years 1 female 30 to 40 years
1 female 40 to 50 years
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William T. Black was not one of Samuel's children. Samuel's children were: Dulcinea, born September 03, 1813; Catherine G., born Bet. 1814-1815; Elizabeth, born about 1815; Margaret, born about 1819; Mary, born Bet. 1820-1825; Joseph, born about 1821; Benjamin F., born about 1823; Isabella R., born about 1827; Emily, born about 1830 
Black, William T. (I004184)
 
71354 Source: Keddie, Leslie & Neil, "Prince George's County, Maryland, Wills, 1813-1817," p. 21.

Folio 92 BASIL TALBERT 09/20/1800 10/20/1814
"being of sound and perfect disposing mind memory and understanding ..."
Bequeaths to:
I. Susannah Talbert --wife
To have for her natural life the use or the testator's plantation whereon the testator now resides and her choice of the testator's 3 slaves
-to have her choice of 4 head of cattle, 2 horses, 3 leather beds, also all the testator's stock of hogs, poultry, plantation utensils, house and kitchen runtime for her natural life during which lime she is not to sell any wood or timber or have any cut other than for the use of the plantation and the testator prohibits absolutely her son James Wilson from having on the said plantation or receiving any kind of advantage or benefit them corn
-to have all the corn and meat thatl may be on hand and also two thirds of the crop that may be on the ground at the time of the testators death and also $40.00 cash
2. James Talbert --son
3. Peter Talbert...son
4. George Washington Talbert --son
Richard Talbert -son
Catherine Suit (?)-daughter
-at widow's death the testator's plantation to be divided among his children
-at widow's death, the remainder of the estate to be divided among them
-James and Peter named executors of the will
5. Rachel Talbert - daughter
-to have 1 featherbed and furn., - her choice out of 6 after the testator's widow has made her choice of 3
6. Sarah Cross - daughter
-to have the sum of 25 pounds and no more of the estate
7. Three Children of daughter Elizabeth Mayhew
-to have 10 pounds each
Witnesses:
William Mullikin
Azel Beall
George Page
Then saw: William Mullikin and George Page
Note: the testator signed the will in his own hand
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Mar. 20, 1804 - Susanah Talbert, relict of Clement Wilson, deceased, James Wilson, only son and heir at law of Clement Wilson, and Basil Talbert, husband of Susanna Talbert, for the sum of 100 pounds current money, release and discharge their lien on a tract of land called "White Lackington." The document shows that Clement Wilson and Ignatius Wilson were sons of Hugh Wilson.
Source: Prince George's Co., Md. Land Records, Liber JRM 10, p. 238 
Wilson, James (I061849)
 
71355 Source: Mary's maiden name was Maddox, according to "British Roots of Maryland Families"
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Frisby, Jas.,. Sr., Sassafras River, Balto. County, 22nd Dec., 1673; 12th Oct., 1674.
To wife Mary, home plantation during life.
To 3 sons, viz, James, William, and Thomas, equally, "Swan Point;" 150 A. on n. side Sassafras R., and 600 A. on Elizabeth R., VA.; also home plantation at death of wife afsd.
To dau. Mary, personalty.
Ex.: Wife Mary and son James afsd.
Test: Abraham Stran, Nich. Dorell. 2 11. 
Maddox, Mary (I039923)
 
71356 Source: Mrs. Kenneth Donaldson/Susanne Simms

Peter Posey lived at Springfield, on River Road across from Kenwood Country Club. He had 3 daughters: 1. Susan became Mrs. James Hamilton Saville. 2. Mary E. became Mrs. J. W. Burroughs. 3. Catherine Ann Morton married Dr. Samuel C. Busey

Springfield remained in the possession of his daughters and their heirs until some time between 1926 and 1933. The will of Catherine Saville, dated 1926, leaves her interest in "the Posey property" to her half brother, Thomas Truxton and a codicil dated 1933 revokes this bequest because the property has been sold.

I visited the house during the time when my step-mother still had an interest in it, - probably 1926. I recall it as being a very interesting old house of the rural field stone type. At the time it was still a farm, with a tenant farmer occupying the house. There is a good description of it in a book entitled Pictures of the City of Washington in the Past by Samuel Busey, MD It is also described in two other books he wrote when he was an old man. It is my recollection that the Posey property was purchased by the Chamberlain Co at the time of the development of Kenwood. For a number of years the house could still be seen in the middle of the portion of the Kenwood Club gold course, part of which was south of River Road. It was used for a caddy house.
 
Posey, Peter Dent (I078502)
 
71357 Source: Old Kent: The Eastern Shore of Maryland By George Adolphus Hanson (1876)
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Charles County Maryland Will Book DJ-16, 1833-1850; {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 87.
Eleanor Lee Jones, Will, 11 June 1836; January 12, 1837
I, Eleanor Lee Jones of CC, being of sound mind and body;
To my unborn infant, should it survive me, all the property I possess or may ever entitled to, both real and personal. But if my infant shall die, then to my husband (with the exception of my servants) for his use and benefit during his life, that is I give him all the rents which may accrue from my land and a house and lot in Port Tobacco, the interest on the money which is due to me borth in this state and Georgia, also the use of my furniture and at the death of my husband, I give 1/3 of my real estate to my niece Ann Agnes Barnes, 1/3 to my niece Ann Key Muschett and the other 1/3 to my sister Catharine Barnes. I also give to my nieces the sum of 600 dollars each, the two notes which I hold in my brother Richard Barnes name amounting to said sum.
To brother Richard Barnes, negro Betty,
To sister Betty Barnes, my interest in negro Bill.
To sister Catharine Barnes, negro Milly.
To brother George Barnes, negroes Caroline and her three children on condition he will never separate her from her husband.
To step daughter Mary Ellen Jones, negro Betsy and my bureau.
To stepson, Edwin Jones, 200 dollars, at the death of my husband.
To sister Catharine Barnes, my silver table spoons.
To sister Alice Barnes, a coffee pot with my mothers name on it.
To Mary Barnes my brother Richard's wife, a silver butter knife as a token of my great regard for her.
To brother Richard Barnes, all my books and the miniature of cousin James Cary,
To friend Mary Harris, the silver salt spoons which was given to me by my departed cousin K. Clagett
Item: the balance of my furniture I wish divided equally between my two nieces, the reside of my property to be equally divided between my three nephews.
Item: brother Richard Barnes and his wife Mary Barnes appointed guardians if infant survives and husband dies.
Executors: husband Thomas Jones and brother Richard Barnes
Signed: 11 June 1836 Eleanor Lee Jones
Wit: Jane H. Hanson, Eliza M. Hanson, Rebecca Davis 
Muschett, Anne Key (I104472)
 
71358 Source: Old Kent: The Eastern Shore of Maryland By George Adolphus Hanson (1876)
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Charles County Maryland Will Book DJ-16, 1833-1850; {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 87.
Eleanor Lee Jones, Will, 11 June 1836; January 12, 1837
I, Eleanor Lee Jones of CC, being of sound mind and body;
To my unborn infant, should it survive me, all the property I possess or may ever entitled to, both real and personal. But if my infant shall die, then to my husband (with the exception of my servants) for his use and benefit during his life, that is I give him all the rents which may accrue from my land and a house and lot in Port Tobacco, the interest on the money which is due to me borth in this state and Georgia, also the use of my furniture and at the death of my husband, I give 1/3 of my real estate to my niece Ann Agnes Barnes, 1/3 to my niece Ann Key Muschett and the other 1/3 to my sister Catharine Barnes. I also give to my nieces the sum of 600 dollars each, the two notes which I hold in my brother Richard Barnes name amounting to said sum.
To brother Richard Barnes, negro Betty,
To sister Betty Barnes, my interest in negro Bill.
To sister Catharine Barnes, negro Milly.
To brother George Barnes, negroes Caroline and her three children on condition he will never separate her from her husband.
To step daughter Mary Ellen Jones, negro Betsy and my bureau.
To stepson, Edwin Jones, 200 dollars, at the death of my husband.
To sister Catharine Barnes, my silver table spoons.
To sister Alice Barnes, a coffee pot with my mothers name on it.
To Mary Barnes my brother Richard's wife, a silver butter knife as a token of my great regard for her.
To brother Richard Barnes, all my books and the miniature of cousin James Cary,
To friend Mary Harris, the silver salt spoons which was given to me by my departed cousin K. Clagett
Item: the balance of my furniture I wish divided equally between my two nieces, the reside of my property to be equally divided between my three nephews.
Item: brother Richard Barnes and his wife Mary Barnes appointed guardians if infant survives and husband dies.
Executors: husband Thomas Jones and brother Richard Barnes
Signed: 11 June 1836 Eleanor Lee Jones
Wit: Jane H. Hanson, Eliza M. Hanson, Rebecca Davis 
Barnes, Jane Alice (I104473)
 
71359 Source: Old Kent: The Eastern Shore of Maryland By George Adolphus Hanson (1876) Muschett, John Mitchell (I104469)
 
71360 Source: Old Kent: The Eastern Shore of Maryland By George Adolphus Hanson (1876) Muschett, Philip Henry (I104474)
 
71361 Source: Old Kent: The Eastern Shore of Maryland By George Adolphus Hanson (1876) Muschett, George Humphrey (I104475)
 
71362 Source: Old Kent: The Eastern Shore of Maryland By George Adolphus Hanson (1876) Muschett, Jeannette Mitchell (I104476)
 
71363 Source: Old Kent: The Eastern Shore of Maryland By George Adolphus Hanson (1876) Muschett, Catharine Robertson (I104477)
 
71364 Source: Old Kent: The Eastern Shore of Maryland By George Adolphus Hanson (1876) Mitchell, Mary Matilda (I104479)
 
71365 Source: the bowie & their kindred by walter worthington bowie
Children
Eliabeth Bowie HALL
Barbara Bowie HALL
Letitia Sprigg HALL
Thomas Belt HALL

Children
Hannah Lee TAYLOR b: 9 JAN 1791
Jane TAYLOR b: 1793
Lucretia TAYLOR
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1774-1780; Liber CC 2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 658. At the request of Thomas Henry Hall the following Deed was recorded August 27, 1779
Indenture made April 16, 1779; Thomas Belt son of Tobias, farmer of Frederick County, Maryland and Elizabeth Lawson Belt his wife in one of the daughters of Thomas Bowie late of PGCo, deceased in consideration of 10,000 pounds currency paid by Thomas Henry Hall, Gentleman of Anne Arundel County Maryland has sold one moiety or one half part of the following tracts devised by Thomas Bowie to his son Daniel Bowie in fee which on the death of him descended to the sisters of the said Daniel Bowie and the aforesaid Elizabeth Belt and Barbara Hall wife of the said Thomas Henry Hall, vizt; the resurvey on "Concord" and part of "Ryley's Lott" containing 439 acres; "Tyler's Discovery" containing 104 acres; and "Cattail Meadows" containing 6 acres, with all lands contiguous to each other. Signed Thomas Belt, Elizabeth Lawson Belt in the presence of and acknowledged before Thomas Boyd, Osborn Sprigg and at the same time Elizabeth Belt wife of Thomas Belt relinquished her right of dower
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1789-1790; Liber II {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 524. At the request of Richard Wootton the following Deed was recorded February 16, 1790
Indenture made January 8, 1790; Whereas Thomas Henry Hall, late of Washington County, Maryland in his lifetime and at his death was seized in fee of one undivided moiety or half part of tracts, to wit, "Resurvey on Concord and Part of Rileys Lott" containing 439 acres, "Tylers Discovery" containing 104 acres, and part of "Cattail Meadows" containing 6 acres; and whereas he was also in right of his wife Barbara Hall the other moiety half part, did in his lifetime on December 15, 1783 sell the whole of the aforesaid tracts unto Singleton Wooten and Walter Bowie and did on the same day pass his bond to them conditioned for the conveyance in fee simple with a general warranty. And whereas Thomas Henry Hall has since departed this life without having performed the condition of the bond, having first duly made his will bearing date November 5, 1788 directed the lands to be conveyed by his executors to Singleton Wootton and Walter Bowie and appointed his wife Barbara Hall executrix and Thomas Sprigg and Thomas Belt, executors (who refused). And whereas Barbara Hall although she was desirous to carry into effect the will of her husband was prevented from conveying the lands according to the condition of the bod, to remove which disability and for the better fulfilling the intention of the parties, the General Assembly of Maryland at their November 1789 session passed a special act authorizing Barbara Hall solely and alone as Executrix to convey the lands. And whereas Singleton Wooten is also since dead having Richard Wooten his legal representative and Walter Bowie have agreed between themselves upon the division of the lands. Now this indenture witnesseth that Barbara Hall, as executrix of the last will of Thomas Henry Hall and in consideration of the premises and the act of assembly and in consideration of 4715 pounds current money secured to be paid by Richard Wooten for his part of the lands has sold part of the aforesaid tracts sold to Singleton Wooten and Walter Bowie containing 410 acres, to wit, beginning at a stone standing near the forks of a road that leads from Bladensburgh to Queen Ann and from Queen Ann to the Chaple and in line of "Brough" and bounded by "Enfield Chase", Collington Branch, "Concord", Mr. Young's land and Walter Bowie's line. Signed Barbara Hall in the presence of and acknowledged before Thomas Sprigg, Ignatius Taylor (JP's of Washington County, Maryland and certified by Elie Williams, clerk)
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1789-1790; Liber II {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 530. At the request of Richard Wootton the following Deed was recorded February 16, 1790
Indenture made January 8, 1790; Barbara Hall, widow of Washington County, Maryland for the express purpose of carrying into execution the will of Thomas Henry Hall her late husband in consideration of 5 pounds current money secured to be paid by Richard Wooten of Montgomery County, Maryland has sold the one moiety or half part of several tracts which descended in undivided moieties to Barbara Hall and Elizabeth Lawson Belt her sister as coparceners, to wit, beginning at a stone standing near the forks of a road that leads from Bladensburgh to Queen Ann and from Queen Ann to the Chaple and in line of "Brough" and bounded by "Enfield Chase", Collington Branch, "Concord", Mr. Young's land and Walter Bowie's line. Signed Barbara Hall in the presence of and acknowledged before Thomas Sprigg, Ignatius Taylor (JP's of Washington County, Maryland and certified by Elie Williams, clerk)  
Bowie, Barbara (I019144)
 
71366 Source: The William and Mary Quarterly, Vol. 13, No. 4 (Apr., 1905), pp. 284

BAYNE FAMILY.
Lawrence P. Bayne married Delia Strother Rust, of Fauquier
county, Va. Children: 1 W. Henry, married Delia Campbell,
and had Ross Campbell, Margaret Rust and Eliza Jane (married
Underhill); 2 Lucia, married Henry Rogers, of
Loudoun county, Va.; no issue. 3 Susan, 4 Bushrod Rust,
5 Gertrude, 6 George M.
William Bayne married (a) Delia Kerfoot, of Fauquier
county, and had Richard, married Sue Wilkins, of California;
no issue. 2 Daniel K, 3 Marietta, married H. J. Davison, of
New York; 4 Maria K, 5 William, married Sallie Smith, of
Philadelphia, and had William and Carroll; 6 Lawrence Pope.
William Bayne married (b) Amanda Kerfoot, of Fauquier
county, Va. (,sister of his first wife), and had 7 Virginia, 8 C.
Ernest (married Katherine Mitchell, of Louisville, Ky., widow
of Alfred Johnson); 9 E. Norman (married Bertha D. Lockwood),
10 Charlotte (married Gardiner Corning), 11 Hellen
(married Clarence B. Davison, of New York, and had Clarence
B.. Jr.), 12 Walter.
George Bayne married Eliza Speiden, of Alexandria, and had
1 George H. (married Alice Crane, of Baltimore), and 2 Marian,
of Hollins Institute, Va. Mrs. Eliza Bayne married, secondly,
Childs.
Charles Bayne married Mary Ellen Ashby, daughter of
Thomson Ashby, of Fauquier county, Va., and had 1 Nannie
Thomson (married Dr. D. B. Clark, of Richmond, Va.);
2 Howard R., attorney, New York City (married Lizzie S.
Moore, daughter of Samuel Preston Moore, Ml. D., Surgeon 
Bayne, Lawrence (I025758)
 
71367 SOURCE: Virginia Genealogies #1, Genealogies of Virginia Families V, R-Z page 615
"William Underwood married MARY BUTLER a sister of Rev. Amory Butler...Mary was his wife when on December 24th in 12th year of the reign of King Charles the Second (1672), he, with Mary his wife, of Rappahannock County stated that whereas Mr. John Catlett surveyed for Samuel Nicholls a tract of 688 acres of land....
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RICHMOND COUNTY DEED BOOK 1 1692-1693

11 Dec 1691. Deed. Whereas there is a tr of land formerly belonging to WARWICK CAMMOCK whereof 600 a. of the tr having formerly been conveyd over unto AMMAREE {Amory} BUTLER and from him conveyd unto WILLIAM UNDERWOOD Senr as marrying the sister of the said AMMAREE BUTLER, and from the said WILLIAM UNDERWOOD conveyd in the exchange of the thirds of lands belonging unto ELIZABETH COUMBS, with her consent, unto WILLIAM UNDERWOOD Junr, JOHN COUMBS & WILLIAM COUMBS, now the said WILLIAM UNDERWOOD Junr for a valuable consideration sold unto WILLIAM TOMAS of the parish of Washington, Westmoreland Co, 200 a. being his right in the 600 a. Wit: THOMAS TYNWHITT, WILLIAM UNDERWOOD, JOHN PITTMAN. Ackn 4 May 1692. Attest: JO A EMOND dep clerk. (Bk 1:pg 4)
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STAFFORD COUNTY VA DEED & WILL BOOK 1699 - 1709; THE ANTIENT PRESS pp. 442- 443

To all Christian People .. I JOHN UNDERWOOD of Stafford County in concideratfon of 4000 pounds of Tobo 6 cask & a young steer to me in hand paid by THOMAS CHAPMAN SENR. of county afsd .. have sold a certain parcel of land upon the SW..side of Quantiquot Creek being part of 300 acres formerly purchased by THOMAS MORLEY lying in Bourns Pattent and sold by the heirs of said Morley to me bounding .. beginning at the head of a valley butting agt MATHEW GOSS path and running down the valley the dividing line which divides the aforesd Underwood and Chapman made by consent of each party to the land of RICHARD RICHEY thence by a line of marked trees SW to the Little Creek thence adjoining to the land of SAM,. LUCKETTS & running ENE to the head of the valley afsd containing 150 acres he it mare or less ., 6th day March 1707/8.

Presence Wm. Jennings, John Underwood

Francis x Purnell, Mich Westray Mary x Underwood

AT Court held 8th September 1705 The within deed of sale was acknowledged in Court in person by Thomas Chapman Senr. and WILLIAM ALLENBY by virtue of a power of attorney from MARY UNDERWOOD relinquished her right of dower to the same which together with the deed is ordered to be recorded & is recorded.

Know all men .. I Mary Underwood of Stafford County have appointed Willm. Allenby of Stafford County my true and lawful attorney to acknowledge and make over according to Law a certain deed of sale unto Thomas Chapman Senr. 6th day March 1707.

Presence Will. Jennings, Mary x Underwood Mich. Westray, Francis Purnell's mark

Recorded in Stafford County Court the 8th September 1708. 
Butler, Mary (I022774)
 
71368 SOURCE: Virginia Genealogies #1, Genealogies of Virginia Families V, R-Z page 615
Will of Amory Butler probated 29th January, 1678-9: "Bequests were left to his brother William Butler minister of Westmoreland County; brother John Butler; God son and nephew John Underwood, brother WILLIAM UNDERWOOD. The latter and Danile Gaines executors. (Vol. 1677-82, page 63)
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RAPPAHANNOCK COUNTY WILLS.
ORDER Book, 1664-1673.
Butler, Elizabeth, Sittingbourn Parish. - -16 June, 1673.
Son Francis Slaughter; daughter Sarah; son John Catlett; daughter Elizabeth; son John, son William; my deceased husband John Catlett; cousin William Underwood, Sr.; cousin Humphrey Booth, cousin Katherine Booth; sister Peirce, money in Mr. Griffies' and Mr. Manford's hands in London; my husband Amory Butler to be executor;
my cousin Capt. Thomas Hawkins, brother Edward Rowzee and Mr. Daniel Gaines to be overseers;
brother Booth's children;
witnesses Thomas Lucas, Sr., John Dawson
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RAPPAHANNOCK COUNTY WILLS.
Butler, Amory. 21 Aug., 1678; 29 Jan., 1678-9.
My books and sermon notes to my brother Mr. William Butler, minister of Washington Parish;
brother John Butler;
Valentine Allen;
godson William Pannell;
nephew John Underwood;
brother William Underwood;
Daniel Gaines executor;
witnesses Samuel Bloomfield, Lawrence Rochefort.
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Wills of Old Rappahannock County, Virginia [William Montgomery Sweeny]
BUTLER, AMORY, [Rev.], of the Parish of Sittingburne and County of Rappee., Clerk. 21 August, 1678 ; 29 January, 1678/9
To my loving Brother Mr Wm Butler minister of Washington Parish all my Books Sermon Noats and papers.
To brother John Butler all my wearing Cloths Linnen and Woolen and 2,000 pounds of Tobacco and Cask.
To Valentine Allen 60 pounds of Tob. in lieu of a paire of Shooes I owe him.
To my Godson Wm Pannell one Bible and one Bible to my Godson Cawthorne. All my other Estate I give and bequeath unto my Godson and nephew John Underwood my debts first paid out of the same by my Executor MP Daniel Gaines. This my last Will and Testament Satisfying and fulfilling all therein as shall appeare to be just and True and which he in his Conscience knows and is perswaded soe to be Referring my sd Executor to the assistance of my brother Wm Underwood who may give him knowledge in my Concernes and ordering that Mr Samll Bloomfield According to his Demand be First Satisfied out of my Estate for mine and my Brother John Butler's accomodation at this house. I give unto my Executor before named his Choice of my three Bookes in my Studie.
Wit. SAMLL BLOMFLELD, LAWE ROCHEFORT. Page 113.
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/np234.htm
URL title: Individual Notes
Note:
p. 8-9 May Court 1671 In the Name of God Amen Whereas there is an Intention of Mariage betweene us Amory Butler of Rappa. County in Virginia Clerk wth Mrs. Elizabeth Catlett of the same place Widdow who is possessed of a certaine Estate Now Know yee that I the said Amory Butler voluntarily freely without compulsion and as an Instrumentall cause of the for supposed Marriage doe for me my heirs administrators &c. relinquish (disowne and forever disclaime ) any right or interest of any Estate now in the possession or occupation of the aforesaid Elizabeth Catlett her heirs administrators all rights and interests of Estate that do now properly belong to her the said Mrs. Catlett as Administratrix to the Estate of Her late Husband Collo. John Catlett deceased as also all rights of thirds of dower wch might accrue to me the said Butler by any means or cause after the confirmation of the aforesaid Marriage and I do hereby further Impower the said Mrs. Catlett by Will or any other Instrument in Law whatsoever to dispose give grant or demise [probably devise] the said Estate belonging to her as aforesaid or any part or parcell thereof to whom at what time soever she in her judgment shall think or see fit reserving only to my self the proffits of the same Estate for the maintenance of ye Children of ye Mrs. Catlett and ourselves &c. and from noe part of the Estate itself the Estate alwaies to be kept whole and entire and I the said Amory Butler doe likewise for me my heirs and Administrators &c forever disclaim any right or interest to any Estate in England be it more or less and do freely and voluntarily demise the same unto my aforesaid loving friend Mrs. Catlett for the maintenance of the Children in England to be disposed according to the Will made by Collo. Catlett deceased and further I doe hereby for men my heirs &c promise and grant with the said Mrs. Elizabeth Catlett her heirs Executors Administrators and so forth that I will from time to time and at all times hereafter make good Keepe and continue the aforesaid Estate by me demised as aforesaid in the same state and condition as it shall be at the time of the Solomnization of the Marriage betweene the said Mrs. Catlett and me the said Amory Butler and lastly I the aforesd Butler doe for me my heirs administrators &c. give and confirme all and every the abovesaid Estate into the possession and care of Majr. William Penn of Westmoreland County Gent. and Mr. Edward Rouzee of Rappahannock when at what time Mrs. Eliza Catlett shall think fitt being by her appointed to be Feoffee in Trust for what is concerned in this Instrument of writing. In Witness the said Butler have hereunto set my hand and seale this nine and Twentieth day of Aprill in the Twenty and Fourth yeare of the Reigne of our Sovereign Lord Charles the Second & c. and in the yeare of our Lord one thousand Six hundred and Seventy Two in presence of us Anthony Bridges Amory Butler John Rosier
Recognit in Cur Com Primo die May 1672
Know All Men that I Elizabeth Catlett doe hereby appoint my loving friend Mr. George Southen my true and lawfull attorney to receive asknowledgement in Court of a certain Instrument of Writing to be adknowledged by Mr. Amory Butler to me ratifying and confirming all that my said Attorney shall lwwfully doe in the premises Witness my hand and Seale this 29th day of Aprill 1672
in presence of us Anthony Bridges Elizabeth
John Rozier
Know All Men by these presents that I Elizabeth Catlett of Rappa County Widdow out ot the natural affection I bear unto my loving Children Francis Slaughter, John Catlett, Elizabeth Catlett, Sarah Catlett and William Catlett their heirs and assignes do give grant sell assigne and make over from me my heirs Executors and Administrators one sorrell mare about the age of seven years with a white star on her forehead with all her increase male and female to be divided amongst my said Children as hereafter mentioned Vizt. that when my Male Children shall arrive tot he age of Twenty and one years then to have their part as they do come to their said age and my Daughters at the day of their Marriage or when they shall arrive to the yeares of Eighteen and in the case of the mortality of any of my aforesaid Children then to be equally divided amongst the surviving Children whose shares have not already been taken out. In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and Seale 29th day of April in the 24th year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord Charles the Second &c. and in the year of our Lord 1672
in presence of Thomas Blessed
John Jarvis Thomas Rawson
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/np234.htm
URL title: Individual Notes
Note:
p. 30-31 To All Christian people to whom these pnts shall come I Amory Butler Minister of the Gospell of Jesus Christ Now Inhabitant of the County of Rappa in Virga send greeting in our Lord God Everlasting. Know yee that I the said Amory as well for the indemnity discharge and saving harmless of me, Mr. George Jones and Mr. William Mosse and every of our heirs Exectrs. and assigns and every of them from all manner or binds and wrightings obligations whatsoever wherein we the said Amory and Mr. George Jones and Mr. William Mosse are bound or they for me in any sume or summs of money or tobacco to any persons whatsoever within the Collony of Virginia on the Accompt of ye Estate of Collo. John Catlett deceased as also for diverse other good causes and considerations me thereunto moving by these pnts do give and make over unto my loving Kinsman William Underwood of the same County all and singular my Leases, lands, goods and Chattels whatsoever as well Reale as prsonell of what kind nature quanity or condition soever the same are of be and in what place soever the same shall or may be found as well in my owne Custody and possession as of any other psons whatsoever excepting my Bookes wearing apparrell and parochiall dues within this Collony aforesaid To have and to hold all and singular the said lands leases goods and chattels and all other premises the appurtenances to the said William Underwood and his heirs and assigns forever to his and their owne proper use and behoofe and I the said Amory my heirs & assigns forever to his and their owne proper use and behoofe and I the said Amory my heirs & assigns all and singular the said lands leases goods and chattels to the said William Underwood shall warrent and forever defend by these presents and I the said Amory doe hereby further freely and willingly surrender and deposit unto the hands of the said William all that part of third of Collo. Catletts Estate late of the County left in my hands by his Relict Elizabeth since my Lawful Wife but late deceased to remine in my hands to whom she gave the profitts thereof with Certaine Provisoes in her Will exprest as thereby will more at large appears till her Children to be to certaine ages to have each their severall parts of the said thirds or what shall remaine in myne or his hands after the Estate of Coll. Catlett shall be first made good out of the same which said profitts I doe hereby give unto the said William Underwood and his heirs forever and this together with the premises I doe give upon consideration that he accepts of the Thirds and pformes the Covenants hereafter mentioned that is to say Provided that the said Underwood his heirs and assigns shall and of from time to time and at all times hereafter acquit and discharge or otherwise sufficiently save and keep harmless me the said Amory my heirs and particularly the said George Jones and William Mosse together with their heirs who became Security for me in regard of the Estate of Collo John Catlett of and from all and singular bonds and writing wherein they are bound as touching the said Estate to any persons whatsoever in any summes of money or tobacco and from all manner of actions suits charges and demands whatsoever which shall or may in any wise hereafter happen to or against the said Amory. George Jones and William Mosse his Securities four mentioned by reasons of any the obligations or writings agt them passed for and towards the securing of the said Catletts Estate and that the said Underwood doe according to the Will of the afour mentioned Elizabeth Butler late deceased deliver to each of her Children there part of the said Thirds if any shall remaine in his hands after the said John Catletts Estate shall be made good and further yt the said Underwood doe by himself his heirs or assigns pay to the said Amory or his orderre in the terme of tenn years by equall portions Twelve thousand pounds of good sound merchantable Tobacco and cask to containe the same with Convenience on the Rises of Rappa and the first payment to be made the 10th of November in the year of our Lord One thousand Six hundred Seventy and four that is to say the 10th of Novr next in pformance of all and singular the premises wee have mutually sett our hands and seals this 9th day of February in ye year of our Lord 1673

In presence of W. Moseley, Amory Butler
Richard Cawthorne William Underwood SN
Recognitr in Cur Com Rappa primo die July 1674
p. 31-32 Know all Men by these presents that I Amory Butler of the Countie of Rappahannock Clerk doe hereby acknowledge that it is the true intent and meaning of the within instrument & it is thereby intended that amongst the land and lease therein mentionded the Six hundred acres purchased by of Mr. Warwick Cammock is thereby intended and whereby conveyed and made over upon the Conditions & according to the tennor of the said Instrument though the same be not yett acknowledged to me by the said Cammack all what said Six hundred acres I doe hereby confirm and Warrent to the said Underwoode and his heirs forever together with its appurtenances forever and doe further oblige myselfe my heirs or assigns to build on the said land one Thirtie foot house with a sheade at each end and two ourside chimneys on the broadside and to Planck one Rowme and this at my charge and further it is meant and intended in that article of the said Instrument wherein the said Underwood is bound to make good all damages and bear all charges and expenses and bear harmless me the said Amory and Securities in all things concerning the whole of thirds of Col. Catletts Estate that it is meant what changes or damges shall hereafter come only Excepting such fees as are already due to Officers living out of the Countie of Rappahannock and that he the said Underwood do pay and discharge all dues and demands due from me on the account of the said Catletts Estate and that is further to say the said Underwood is the have and possess all such goods lands and estate usuall or psonall mention in the within Instrument on consideration he discharge me of and pay for me and my Securities all debts charged and damages and demands whatsoever than are already or shall be due from me and my said Securities for conveying the said Catletts Estate of Wives thirds as Witness my hand and seal this () day of Febry 1673/4

Test W. Moseley Amory Butler
Richard Cawthorne
Recognitr in Cu Com Rappa primo die July 1674

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RICHMOND COUNTY DEED BOOK 1 1692-1693

11 Dec 1691. Deed. Whereas there is a tr of land formerly belonging to WARWICK CAMMOCK whereof 600 a. of the tr having formerly been conveyd over unto AMMAREE {Amory} BUTLER and from him conveyd unto WILLIAM UNDERWOOD Senr as marrying the sister of the said AMMAREE BUTLER, and from the said WILLIAM UNDERWOOD conveyd in the exchange of the thirds of lands belonging unto ELIZABETH COUMBS, with her consent, unto WILLIAM UNDERWOOD Junr, JOHN COUMBS & WILLIAM COUMBS, now the said WILLIAM UNDERWOOD Junr for a valuable consideration sold unto WILLIAM TOMAS of the parish of Washington, Westmoreland Co, 200 a. being his right in the 600 a. Wit: THOMAS TYNWHITT, WILLIAM UNDERWOOD, JOHN PITTMAN. Ackn 4 May 1692. Attest: JO A EMOND dep clerk. (Bk 1:pg 4)
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James Hughes 2006-04-19 14:03:17
page 21. Lease and Release. 26 and 27 January 1711/12. William Underwood, Gent'l., of Sittinburn Par., Richmond County, sells John Combs and Richard Tutt, planters of the same county, 400 acres in St Maries Par., Essex County, Bounded: Beginning at a Beach on SW side of punius Inn run, tha land of John Meadows and Henry Peters, this land sold by Warwick Cammock to Amory Butler 30 April 1679.
signed Wm Underwood
Wit:
Tim Atkinson
Jno Skey
Alex Somervile

Power of Atty. Wm Underwood to "my Trusty and welbeloved friend Timothy Atkinson of St Anns Parish and county of Essex" to ack. lease and release. Dated 26 Janry 1711/12.
signed Wm Underwood
Wit:
Allex Somerville
Jno Skey
Recorded 14 Feb. 1711/12

page 241. Deed. 23 March 1713/14. John Taylor, planter, of Hanover Par. Richmond County, sells Daniel Smith, planter, of St. A. Par., Essex County, for 2000 lb Tobo., 100 acres, part of a patent of 4000 acres granted to Thomas Meador and Henry Petrus, in St. A. Par., adj. land of George Loyd.
signed John Tayloy
Wit:
Thomas Spires
ffra Smith

Mary Taylor, wife to John, relinq. dower rights by Robert Parker her attorney.
Rec. 12 May 1714.

Source:
Fleet, Beverley,
Essex County wills and deeds, 1711-1714
Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. County, 1961, 118 pgs
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/np234.htm
URL title: Note for: John Catlett, 1624 - 1670
Note:
p. 31-32 Know all Men by these presents that I Amory Butler of the Countie of Rappahannock Clerk doe hereby acknowledge that it is the true intent and meaning of the within instrument & it is thereby intended that amongst the land and lease therein mentionded the Six hundred acres purchased by of Mr. Warwick CAMMOCK is thereby intended and whereby conveyed and made over upon the Conditions & according to the tennor of the said Instrument though the same be not yett acknowledged to me by the said CAMMACK all what said Six hundred acres I doe hereby confirm and Warrent to the said Underwoode and his heirs forever together with its appurtenances forever and doe further oblige myselfe my heirs or assigns to build on the said land one Thirtie foot house with a sheade at each end and two ourside chimneys on the broadside and to Planck one Rowme and this at my charge and further it is meant and intended in that article of the said Instrument wherein the said Underwood is bound to make good all damages and bear all charges and expenses and bear harmless me the said Amory and Securities in all things concerning the whole of thirds of Col. Catletts Estate that it is meant what changes or damges shall hereafter come only Excepting such fees as are already due to Officers living out of the Countie of Rappahannock and that he the said Underwood do pay and discharge all dues and demands due from me on the account of the said Catletts Estate and that is further to say the said Underwood is the have and possess all such goods lands and estate usuall or psonall mention in the within Instrument on consideration he discharge me of and pay for me and my Securities all debts charged and damages and demands whatsoever than are already or shall be due from me and my said Securities for conveying the said Catletts Estate of Wives thirds as Witness my hand and seal this () day of Febry 1673/4
Test W. Moseley Amory Butler
Richard Cawthorne
Recognitr in Cu Com Rappa primo die July 1674
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CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS PATENT BOOK No. 6; Pg 59
MR. AMORY BUTLER, 280 acs. New Kent Co., upon head br. of Hartquake Sw., on N. side of Mattapony Riv., 17 Apr. 1669, p. 230. Running to Bridge Sw., a br. of Peanketank Sw. Trans. of 6 pers: Geo. Upton, Willm. Groves, Arth. Bromley, Ambro, Bingham, Wm. Raven, Susan Dodd. 
Butler, Amory Rev (I022539)
 
71369 Source: Westmoreland County (VA) Wills some 17th Century Items from VA Will Records, Gen Publishing Co, 1982.

Oct. 31, 1688. Mary Gorges als Duddleston proved the will of her deceased husband Alexander Gorges. William Thompson, Clerke, to depose to Capt. John Lord, Capt. Lawrence Washington and Mr. William Bridges or any 2 of them that he saw the will signed (p. 680). 
Gorges, Alexander (I023832)
 
71370 Source: Westmoreland County (VA) Wills some 17th Century Items from VA Will Records, Gen Publishing Co, 1982.

Oct. 31, 1688. Mary Gorges als Duddleston proved the will of her deceased husband Alexander Gorges. William Thompson, Clerke, to depose to Capt. John Lord, Capt. Lawrence Washington and Mr. William Bridges or any 2 of them that he saw the will signed (p. 680). 
Duddlestone, Edward (I023834)
 
71371 Sources
1) Chester Horton Brent, "The descendants of Col. Giles Brent, Capt. George Brent, and Robert Brent, Gent".
2) Eudora Ramsay Richardson, "Giles Brent, Catholic Pioneer in America".
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There is an interesting article in Bulletin No. 3, page 222, of the Fauquire Historical Society, entitled Brent Town, giving the approximate location of this outpost.
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/megafile/msa/speccol/sc2900/sc2908/00000 1/000073/html/am73--67.html
URL title: Kilty's Land-Holder's Assistant, and Land-Office GuideVolume 73, Page 67
Note:
Came into the Province 22d November 1638, Mr. Giles Brent and Mr. Fulke Brent his brother, who returned in March following;
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Brent, Giles, Esq., The Retirement, Stafford County, Virginia. 31st Aug., 1671.
To dau. Mary Fitzherbert, personalty.
To son Giles and hrs., Iands, rights and reversions of lands in either England, Virginia or Maryland, and for lack of such hrs., to hrs. at law of father Richard Brent, Esq., Lord of the Mannors of Admington and Larke Stoke in Co. of Gloucester, in England.
Exs, to pay from personal estate 3000 Ibs. for pious uses, and certain legacies to Edward Sanders and John Howard, both of Stafford Co... Va,,, who are to act for exs. until they shall otherwise order. Residue of personalty to son Giles at age of 21.
Exs.: Son Giles and bros. Richard and William, both in England.
Judgments 28, f. 76
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7 August 1645. Giles Brant of Kent in Maryland, aged 37.
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WILLS OF Westmoreland County, Virginia 1654-1800 BY AUGUSTA B. FOTHERGILL: Pg 4
BRENT, MARY, 23 July 1657; 21 June 1658. All my goods to my sister Mrs. Margaret Brent, and after her death to my brother Mr. Giles Brent
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Brent, Margaret, Peace, Westmoreland County, Virginia.,
26th Dec.,1663;
To nephew George and hrs., testatrixs rights to take up lands in Maryland except all those already assigned to cousin James Clifton.
To nieces [unnamed] Clifton, Elizabeth Brent, Anne Vandan and niece Mary dau. of bro. Giles, personalty.
To nephew Richard, son of bro. Giles and hrs., patent of land at the Falls of Rappahannock R., lease of Kent Fort Mannor in Maryland, saving yet power to his father Giles to sell the sd. lease and satisfy to his son other where as he shall think fit; shd. sd. nephew die during minority or without issue sd. legacy to pass to his bro. Giles or his sister Mary or to the hrs. of bro. Giles or otherwise, as sd. bro. shall dispose.
To bro. Giles and hrs., residue of estate.
Exs.: bro. Giles and his children, Giles, Mary and Richard, or such as are living at decease of testator.
Judgments 28, f. 6.
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NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY DEEDS & ORDERS 1650-1651; pg 70


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Virginia County Records Volume VI
Index to Land Grants
Northumberland County - Book 2
Page Name Date No. Acres

69 John Rosyer 1646 200
333 Lt Col Giles Brent 1651 768
359 Lt Col Giles Brent 1651 1040
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Virginia County Records Volume VI
Index to Land Grants
Northumberland County - Book 3
Page Name Date No. Acres

134 Mrs Mary Brent 1651 1644
192 Capt Giles Brent 1653 300

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Virginia County Records Volume VI
Index to Land Grants
Northumberland County - Book 4
Page Name Date No. Acres

17 Thomas Gerrard 1655 300
110 John Chandler 1656 1300
111 John Chandler 1656 350

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Virginia County Records Volume VI
Index to Land Grants
Westmoreland County - Book 3
Page Name Date No. Acres

275 Mrs Margaret Brent 1654 700
279 Nathaniel Pope 1654 1000
301 Thomas Fowke 1654 3350
303 Lt Col Giles Brent 1654 1518
308 Capt Giles Brent 1654 300
319 Mrs. Francis Harrison 1654 1000
325 Richard Browne 1654 650
373 Mr. Giles Brent 1654 1000
391 John Harrison 1655 1000

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Virginia County Records Volume VI
Index to Land Grants
Westmoreland County - Book 4
Page Name Date No. Acres

51 Nathaniel Pope 1656 1550
63 Lt Col Nathaniel Pope 1656 1050
75 John Rosier, clarke 1656 1050
125 Thomas Graves 1656 300
133 Mrs Mary Brent 1657 1250
134 Giles Brent 1657 1340
293 Lt Col Nathaniel Pope 1657 1500
417 Giles Brent Jr. 1662 1800
430 Richard Browne 1662 300
441 Giles Brent 1662 1000
555 Katherine Brent 1662 1050
571 Henry Vincent 1662 550

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Virginia County Records Volume VI
Index to Land Grants
Westmoreland County - Book 5
Page Name Date No. Acres
41 Robt Alexander, John
Alexander & Christopher
Alexander 1664 1460
41 George Wedding 1664 212
42 Thomas Pope 1664 2454
49 Maj John Washington &
Thomas Pope 1661 50
52 Anne Pope alias Washington 1661 700
53 William Court & Robert
Hutcheson 1662 660
54 John Washington & Thomas
Pope 1661 1200
55 Dorothy Brooks alias Butler 1664 650
142 John Rosier 1662 1450
149 Giles Brent 1662 1000
227 Christopher Butler 1663 150
228 John Butler 1663 160
239 Lt Col Giles Brent 1662 1518
260 Gerard Fowke 1662 3650
276 Henry Vincent 1664 400
373 James Pope 1662 1000
415 Thomas Philpot 1664 500
531 Christopher Butler 1662 123-3/4
590 Robert Alexander &
George Wedding 1665 800
652 Capt. Giles Brent 1666 1000
654 Robert Middleton 1665 700
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Virginia County Records Volume VI
Index to Land Grants
Westmoreland County - Book 6
Page Name Date No. Acres

11 Robert Middleton 1666 1120
107 Anne Brett 1667 300
156 Thomas Philpott 1668 307
179 Gerard Fowke, Wm Horton,
Richard Granger &
Thomas Grigg 1661 2000
324 Robert Lovell 1670 500
681 Adam Woffendall 1679 783

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Virginia County Records Volume VI
Index to Land Grants
Lancaster County - Book 3
Page Name Date No. Acres

18 Margaret Upton 1653 700
46 Thomas Merryman &
Mogan Heynes 1653 700
365 Mrs. Margaret Brent 1655 1000

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Virginia County Records Volume VI
Index to Land Grants
Lancaster County - Book 4
Page Name Date No. Acres

348 Robert Middleton 1658 250
420 David Thomas &
Richard Macubins 1662 100
425 John Simpson 1662 600
596 Thomas Paine/Payne 1662 600
597 Edward Sanders/Saunders 1662 2900
628 Hugh Brent & Toby Horton 1664 200
630 John Chinn 1664 100
631 Wm Thomas Sr. 1664 150
630 Wm Thomas Sr. 1664 100
633 Hugh Brent 1662 200
641 John Simpson 1662 600

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Contributed by: James Hughes

Note:

p.69. Patent. 19 Oct 1653. R1 Bennett Esqr, etc. grants Mr Jno Rosier, Clerk, 700 acres in Northumberland Co on N.W. side Nominy River. Adjs a small branch dividing the land from that surveyed for Lewis Burwell deceased, N by W parellel to Mominy River bounding on a tract surveyed for Tho Youll, S by W on Nominy river. This land due Mr Rosier viz: 500 acres part thereof granted to Major Lewis Burwell 17 Nov 1650, and by Burwell assigned to Tho Youll and by him assigned to Rosier. The 200 residue on the North of the 500 acres, due for the transportation of 4 persons into the colony.

P.69 John Rosier assigns above to Edmund Brent merchant. 31 Mar 1657. Wit: Giles Brent. John Wethers. (prob. Withers).

P. 69 Elizabeth Rosier, wife of John Rosier, relinquishes rights in above. 31 Mar 1657. Wit: Giles Brent. John Wethers.

p.70. Walter Brodhurst, Atty of John Wood, assigns interest in "this patent" to Isaac Allerton Junr Gent. 31 March 1657. Signed Walt'r Brodhurst. Wit: Gerrard Fowke. Jo Hiller. Ack and rec 31 Mar 1657. Note in margin "The patt is Recorded fo: 21 being Deo Watts Patt". See next Entry.

p.70. P of A. 20 March 1656/7. John Wood to Mr Walter Brodhurst to make over foregoing land To Mr Isaac Allerton. The land, 300 acres S of Machoticke, having beenn bought from Geo Watts.
Wit: Signed John Wood
Nicho Jerneaux
John Bims Jr.
Both names of witnesses difficult to read and subject to correction. The second witness may possibly be "John Jines Jr'-it is really illegible.
Recorded 31 March 1657

p.70. Lease. 5 Apl 1656. Cuthbert Felpe to Isaac Allerton. 300 acres franted him by Jno Wood for 7 years.
Wit: Signed Cuthbert Felpe
Peeter Le Febur
Recorded 31 Mar 1657

Source:
Fleet, Beverley,
Westmoreland County, 1653-1657
Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. County, 1961, 104 pgs.

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Cavaliers and Pioneers Patent Book 6 page 21
William Horton & Francis Kirkman, 3500 acres, in the freshes of Potomac riveron west side of creek dividing this and land of Capt Gyles Brent, opposite to that part of Annocoston Indian Town, called Aquakick. etc 3 Sept 1669.
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1650-1652 Deed-Will Book Northumberland Co Va; Antient Press: Pg 47
Att a Court held at Mr. HUGH LEE's House, County of Northumberland, the 10th day of January 1650/1
JOANE POWELL aged 40 yeares sworne & examined saith that at the latter end of the ( ) yeare, HENRY MORGAN did devise unto SIMON RICHARDSON for the Estate of GYLES BRENT 2 barrells of ( ) one bushell & a pecke of Indian Come wch: was the property of ROBERT PHILLPOTT & further saith not.
JOAN POWELL her mark
11th janry. 1650 Jurat Coram me JO: TRUSSELL
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1650-1652 Deed-Will Book Northumberland Co Va; Antient Press: Pg 70
At a Court held for the County of Northumberland the (?22) day of January 1651/2
According to sufficient proofe made to this Court, there is due to Capt. GYLES BRENT Esqr., Nine hundred acres of Land for transportacon of these p:sons
following into this Colony, Vizt.
Capt, GYLES BRENT, WM. CLARKE THOMAS VANOPE JACK
Mrs. MARGARETT BRENT JOHN WILLIAMS ANN WHITE
Mrs. MARY BRENT RICHARD HARLING FRANCIS KING
Mrs. MARY BRENT JANE GILPIN FRANCIS ANKETELL
Wife to Capt. BRENT MARY OUTRIS RICHARD COLOSFORD {Codsford}
MARGARET KENDALL JOHN FLEETE JOHN COOKWOOD
THOMAS FOSTER
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://www.mosesrawlings.freeservers.com/anthonyrawlings.html
URL title: Anthony Rawlings of St. Mary's County, Maryland
Note:
"...and in those of Westmoreland and King George counties, Virginia, relieves the matter of much of its difficulty. We learn from the first of these sources that the original residence of the immigrant ancestor, Andrew Monroe, was in Maryland, where he first commanded a pinnace in the service of Cuthbert Fenwick, general agent for Lord Baltimore. When Richard Ingle declared for the parliament, Monroe took sides against Lord Baltimore's government, and eventually, like Nathaniel Pope, ancestor of President Washington, Dr. Thomas Gerrard, and other leading Marylanders, fled over the Potomac to a settlement under the Virginia authority, at the mouth of Appomattox Creek, now called Mattox Creek, in Westmoreland county." --James Monroe; William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine, Vol. 4, No. 4; 1896

According to the RFHA June 1990 Newsletter, both Nathaniel Pope and Giles Brent transported a Rawlings into Westmoreland County, in or prior to 1654:
RICHARD RAWLINS, 1654, by Nath. Pope, Westmoreland Co.

WALTER RAWLINS, 1654, by Capt. Giles Brent, Westmoreland Co. From Joan Scott, 1414 Crown Point Ct. Xenia, OH 45385;EARLY VIRGINIA IMMIGRANTS
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/stafford/land/misc0000.txt
URL title: Mercer Land Book, (Stafford County, Virginia) William and Mary College Quarterly, Vol. 13, No. 3
Note: WILLIAM AND MARY COLLEGE QUARTERLY
MERCER LAND BOOK 165 - 166

MERCER LAND BOOK.
[Extracts from MS. Book of John Mercer of Marlboro, in possession of his descendant James Mercer Garnett, 1316 Boltod Street, Baltimore County, Maryland., and by his permission copied for THE QUARTERLY.] COMMUNICATED BY MISS KATE MASON ROWLAND MARLBOROUGH IN POTOMAC NECK.

Col. Giles Brent, land granted him by patent, 26 November, 1654; part of the land granted him by patent 20 August, 1651, which said patent the sd. Giles Brent after the restoration of King Charles the second procured to be renewed in his said Majesties name by patent bearing date 20th November, 1662. And the sd. Giles Brent dying in the year 1671, and having by his will bearing date the last day of August, and duly proved and recorded the 15th February in the same year (O. S.), devised to his son and heir, Giles Brent, etc., all his land, rights unto Lands and Reversions of Lands any way due to him in either England, Virginia or Maryland, and for want of such heirs then to his own right heirs, etc., to the right heirs of his honored Father, Richard Brent, Esq., deceased, anciently Lord of the Manor of Admington and Larkstoke, in the County of Gloucester, in England.
By virture of which Devise the sd. Giles Brent, the Son and his Issue have severally been seised of the sd. Neck of Land as Tenants in Tail . . . . until the sd. William Brent, party to these presents, to whom the same descended, when the same were in possession of John Mercer, Charles Brent and Charles McClelland, under Leases from William Brent, grandfather of the sd. William Brent, party to the presents. . . . . Peter Hedgman, late deceased, under a Lease granted by William Brent, grandfather of the sd. William Brent, party to these presents, March 14, 1767.

Memorandum. 10th Sept., 1765, "full possession was had and taken of the messuage, etc., within granted" by William Brent to John Mercer, "by the delivery of turf and twigg out of the demised premises in thename of the whole."

Acknowledged at a Court held for Stafford County, May 11, 1767.

Grant to John Rockwood, 1651, from Governor Berkeley, near land of Lieut-Col. Giles Brent. Deed to Giles Brent from Berkeley, August, 1651.

William Brent to John Mercer, Lease for Lives, Aug. 27, 1733. Deed to "Lieut. Giles Brent," No. 27, 1651.
Deed to Giles Brent, Nov. 17, 1662.
GOOSE CREEK, 436 ACRES.

Grant to Katharine Brent from Sir Wm. Berkeley, 300 acres of land in Co. of Northumberland, formerly granted unto Giles Brent, 4th May, 1653, and by him sold to Edmund Brent, and by the sd. Edmund Brent left by Will to his daughter, Katharine Brent, Dec. 9, 1662.

George Mason by power of attorney from John Dynel and Katharine, his wife, acknowledged the land for the within patent to Edward Sanders, 9th Sept., 1668.

Deed -- "William Brent of the Retirement in the County of Stafford," August 25, 1707.
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James Hughes 2005-12-15 21:34:54
p. 16. Indenture. 5 Apl 1654 (this date may be 15th Apl 1654). Between Gyles Brent of Peace in Westm: County, Esqr of one part and Mary Brent of Peace, sister of the said Gyles, of the other part. Gyles Brent intending "to pass the seas unto England" makes over to his sister his whole personal estate in Va and Md for the use of his wife and children. To educate the children, allow Mary Brent wife of the said Gyles Brent "houseroome for her to dwell in", etc., etc. This is a long entry. Signed Giles Brent. Wit:Margaret Brent. Richard Cottsford.
on 17th April 1654 Giles Brent delivered to Mary Brent "all his other servants siz; Thomas Hiat, James Marten, John Coleman, John Matthewes and Thomas Conaposock". Witnessed by Margaret Brent. Christopher Bowes his mark. Richard Cottsford. Recorded 18 Apl 1654.

p.16. "These Presents to witnes That I Giles Brent of Peace in the County of Northumberland of of Westmoreland in Virginia Esqr" sets over to his sister, Mary Brent of Peace, all his land, 768 acres, on W and SW side of the river of Oquio and Potowmock and lying over against the dwelling house of Peace. Alos the land 1040 acres called "the rich land" N from Peace for "Fower skore and nineteene years". This land may be purchased from his son Giles Brent of his heirs during his lifetime of after death. Dated 14 Apl 1654. Signed Giles Brent. Wit: Margaret Brent, Christopher Bowes his mark. Edward Parker. Richd Cottsford.

p.17. Giles Brent and Maria Brent his wife of Peace, give their daughter Mary Brent 2 cow calves. Tis cattle not to be disposed of till she mary or be 20 yrs of age. Dated 15 Apl 1654. Signed Giles Grent. Mari Brent. Wit: Margaret Brent. Marie Brent. Richd Cottsford. Rec 18 Apl 1654.

p.88. P of A. 25 Sept 1657. Capt Giles Brent to "my good friend" Mr Tho Wilsford in the following business in Westmoreland Court
1. "to prove my sister Mary Brents Will"
2. To sue Wm Robinson for a "Canooe".
3. To sue Wm Robinson for 414 lb tobo due Mrs Mary Brent.
4. To sue Laurence Abbington for 700 lb tobo.
Signed Giles Brent
Wit:
Antho Griffin
Hen Footman his mark
Rec 21 Dec 1657.

Source:
Fleet, Beverley,
Westmoreland County, 1653-1657
Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. County, 1961, 104 pgs.
===
Cox, William, 1st Oct., 1647 ; 14th Oct., 1649.
To wife and child (unnamed) personalty.
To son, (unnamed) , land on Kent Island.
Exs.: Capt. Giles Brent, Francis Brookes.
Test: Richard Willan, John Cage. 1. 13.

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Posted by Marguerite on October 10, 1998 at 11:54:25: (emmons@gte dot net)
In Reply to: Katherine Brent posted by Marguerite Atteberry Emmons on May
25, 1998 at 10:15:12:
According to Charles Brashear, the Katherine Brent married to Richard Marsham and the subject of these messages is NOT the daughter of Giles Brent and Mary Kittamaquond but in records is stated to have "been in service" in England before her marriage to Richard. Therefore, she was born in England and came as a young woman to the colonies where she married Richard Marsham. The whole "Giles Brent" connection seems to have been a fabrication of someone who entered it into the LDS database. Another reason to be wary of that format. Thanks for all the input into this query.
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Prince William County, Virginia Deeds {June Whitehurst Johnson}: Liber D; 1738 - 1740; ages 267-271.
Nov. 25, 1739. George Brent of Overwharton Parish Stafford Co. Gent. and Cathrine wife to William Clifton Gent....for 200 lbs. curr. money....500 a....half part of gr. to Giles Brent for 1000 a. by pattent dated Sept. 1654....beginning at Richehokin? Stand....near mouth of Hunting Cr along Potomack River....deeds oflease and release.
Geo.Brent
Wits: Frans. Thornton, Willm. Barber, James Butler.
At Court Nov. 26, 1739 George Brent acknowledged this release with receipt endorsed. 
Brent, Giles Gov. (I020603)
 
71372 Sources Documenting Benjamin's Group Sheet (from Robert Henry Posey's bio, The Descendants of Francis Posey (1715), pub Posey International)
Benjamin (1685) Testate Pedgs Bk-Charles Co MD, Vol 33, p 193. 5/26/1750 Inventory Bk 43-461 (7/28/1750). Posey Family by Emison, p. 218
Dtr: Mary, Marriage Source, Charles County, Maryland Admin Accts Liber 36 folio 493, land office Annapolis.
Dtr: Lydia, Marriage Source, Wills Liber AF No.7 folio 390. Rodam Adams Will, Charles Co MD Will Bk 11, p614.
Son: Uzziah also called Asye.
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Benjamin Posey 43.461 CH £71.8.0 Jul 28 1750
Appraisers: Charles Musgrove, George Ellginn,
Creditors: Gustavus Brown., George Briscoe.
Next of kin: Francis Posey, Thomas Posey.
Administratrix: Patience Posey.
===
Benjamin Posey 30.116 A CH £71.8.0 £15.0.2 Apr 13 1751
Sureties: Moses Hubbard, Henry Biggs.
Received from: William Cooke, Robert Horner.
Payments to: Anne Posey, Peter Harrant, George Clark, William Gibson, Jane Mankin, Ely Pain, George Briscoe, Daniel Dulany, Esq., Walter Hanson.
Representatives: widow (unnamed), 9 children: Mary Biggs (at age), Jemima Posey at age), Lidia Posey (at age), Bennet Posey (aged 19), Benjamin Posey (aged 6), Osye Posey (aged 14), Rhodan Posey (aged 12). Charity Posey (aged 6), Allison Posey (aged 5).
Administratrix: Patience Posey.

121) 11 May 1754 - Charles County
Patience POSEY, Admx of Benjamin POSEY
Sureties - Moses HUBBARD & Henry BIGGS
Widow - Patience POSEY
9 Children: Mary BIGGS, Jemima, Bennett, Lydia & Benjamin POSEY all of age
GREY POSEY aged 18 yrs Jan next
Rhodam POSEY aged 15 yrs last April Charity POSEY aged 10 yrs last June Alison POSEY aged 9 yrs last Sept.
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Benjamin Posey 36.493 A CH £3.10.11 May 11 1754
Sureties: Moses Hubbard, Henry Bigg.
Payments to: Dr. Gustavus Brown, John Kinsman, Danied Jenifer.
Representatives: widow (unnamed), children: Mary Biggs (at age), Jemima Posey (at age), Bennet Posey (at age), Lidia Posey (at age), Benjamin Posey (at age), Ofey Posey (aged 17), Rhodman Posey (aged 15), Charity Posey (aged 10), Alison Posey (aged 7).
Administratrix: Patience Posey.
===
Mary Bateman 15.253 A CH £43.7.5 £48.3.5 Dec 13 1736
Sureties: Francis Posey, Benjamin Posey.
Payments to: John Jenkins, Col. Dent, Samuel Hanson, John Guy, Richard Barker.
Distribution to (children): accountant, 5 brothers (unnamed) & sisters (unnamed).
Administrator: Benjamin Bateman.
===
Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/megafile/msa/speccol/sc2900/sc2908/00000 1/000028/html/am28--546.html
URL title: Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1732:1753Volume 28, Page 546
Note:
Schedule No 2.
Charles County.
At a Meeting of the Vestry of William and Mary Parish in the County aforesaid on the 8th Day of June 1752 at the said Parish Church were present - p. 483

The Reverend
Vestrymen: Mr Saml Clagett, Mr Thomas Cottrell, Mr Richard Smith, Mr Edward Ford, Mr Nathan Harris, Mr Charles Bruce
Church warden:Mr John Marshall

Who unanimously proceeded to regulate and assign the Pews in the sd Parish Church to the several Persons hereafter put down in the following Manner, the Numbers of the Pews to the respective Names put down, having Relation to the Numbers in the Platt hereunto annexed Viz.
Pew
To the honourable Richard Lee Esqr 1
Mr Benjamin Fendall & his Son John 2
Mr Wm Courts, Elizabeth Courts & Wm Penn 3
Col George Dent and his Son George 4
Richard Smith his Sons, and Thomas Cottrell 5
Barton Warren and Edward Ford 6
Charles Yates John Wilder & his Son John 7
The Ministers Family for the time being 8
James Latimore, Philip Jenkins, Jno Jenkins & Benj. Douglass. 9
Atwick Fearson, Jno Farr, Geo. Scroggin & Benjn Thomas. 10

Notley Maddox, Sarah Maddox, Anne Smoot & Edwd Smoot 14
Joseph Joy, Judith Penn, and Notley Dutton 15
Thomas Bates, John Douglass, John Hamil & Jane Penn 16

Francis Posey, Harrison Musgrove, Charles John & Benj. Philpot. 18

Authur Lee, Rebecca Howard, Jno Marshall & Richd Marshall 23
Joseph Douglass, Nathan Harris, Mary Brandt 24
Joseph Gwynn and Benjamin 25
Mary Marshall, Henry Thompson, Posthumus Groves & Jas Plant. 26
William Dent & Walter Hanson for their Tenants 27
Moses Hubbart, John Cavin, Jno Wakefield & Saml Chunn 28
Robert Yates, Charles Bruce & Robert Yates junr 29
Barton Hungerford & his Sons 30
Robt Mastin, Tyre Thomas, Widow Thomas & Richard Ratcliff. 31

Thomas Hatton, William Cage Samuel Gody and John Chun 32
Geo: Elgin Patience Posey, Jacob Andrew Minitree Wm Guy & Sarah Martin. 33

No 11, 12, 13, 19, 20, 21, 22 left in common for Tenants
Others not being Freeholders.

No 17 .....for such young Persons that may sing.
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Posey, Mary, Charles Co,, 5th Feb., 1725; 23rd Feb., 1724-5
To bros. Francis, ex., Benjamin and Belaine, godson John Coe, Beane Griggs, god-daus. Elizabeth Coale and Mary Penn., mother Mary Miller,, Mary Caretts, 2 sisters (unnamed)., Jemina Coale, Susannah Phillpott and Elizabeth Musgrave, personalty (some of which described as in Virginia at Richard Rollins's).
Test: John Phillpott., Charles Phillpott. 18,342.
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Cleborn Lomax 10.237 A CH £69.7.9 £25.14.11 Feb 20 1729
sureties: Francis Posey, Tubman Martin,
Received from: Joseph Ward, Joseph Crisman, John Cox, Richard Tubman, Thomas Reed, Charles Courts, Thomas Birch, Anthony Semmes, Benjamin Posey, Alexander Adair, Edward Gilpin, Daniel Lawless, Thomas Morriss, John Brown, Samuel Chunn, Matthew Stone, Thomas Marshall, George Thomas. John Clements, Archibald Johnson, Bes: ux, David Wade, Belane Posey, Francis Brown, Lawrance Bateman, Justinian Cooksey, Edward Morpley, Ellictius Simmes, Daniel Morpley, Benedict Boarman, Joseph Allen, Richard Smoot, Allexander Mcferson, Samuel Sympson, William Munroe, William Cage, William Colven, William Compton.
Payments to: Francis Posey, Dr. Brown, William Addison, Thomas Lomax, George Scroggen, Mary Miller, John Manning, Richard Edelen.
Administratrix: Susanna McNeal, wife of John McNeal.
===
Charles County Court and Land Records, Liber H#2, page 126;
17 Feb. 1717/8 Deed of gift from Mary Posey, widow, to son Benjamin Posey, one gelding, two cows, two yearlings and one heifer; to son Francis Posey, one sorril gelding and a heifer, to son Belayne Posey one gelding and one yearling heifer. /s/ Mary Posey her mark. "MB," witness: Cleborne Lomax and Susanna (+ her mark) Lomax.
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Charles County Maryland Circuit Court Records, Liber H#2, Page 375
18 Aug 1720; Recorded at request of Benjamin Posey, planter:
17 Jun 1720; Indenture from William David, planter, and Priscilla his wife, to Benjamin Posey, planter; for 3,000* tobacco; a parcel called Burloyned Hill laid out for Richard Trew, father of Priscilla; lying on the north side of the Potomac and west side of Wicomico; near land of John Courts; laid out for 100 acres; /s/ William David, Priscilla David (mark); wit. W. Hoskins, Jno. Mellor; 17 Jun ack. by William David and Priscilla his wife
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Charles County Liber L#2 Page 361.
At the request of John Magrah of CC, the following conveyance was recorded this Jun 19, 1727.
Jun 13, 1727 from John Hamil of CC, schoolmaster, to John Magrah of CC, planter, for 1600 lbs of tobacco, all that tract of land (in his actual possession now being) called the Wilderness, situated in CC, formerly belonging to George Gore, bounded by the side of a hill near a tract of land called Starr Cross, formerly belonging to John Dawson, containing and laid out for about 50 acres. Signed - John Hamill. Wit - John Wilder, Benja Posey. This deed was acknowledged by John Hamill and Sarah, his wife, before S Hanson, Clk.
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Charles County Liber M No. 2 Page 190.
At the request of Susanah Lomax, the following power of attorney was recorded Mar 7, 1729.
We, James Cashe and Mary, his wife, of Westmoreland County, Virginia, for sundry good causes, appointed our trusty friend Benjamin Posey of CC, our true and lawful attorney, to lease unto Susanah Lomax all that part of that tract of land in CC called Promise that has not been formerly sold to John Ralley, during the term until Thomas Ashman, son to sd Mary Cash, arrives to the age of 21 years. The yearly rent is 3 ears of Indian corn. Signed Feb 7, 1729 - James (X his mark) Cash, Marys (X her mark) Cash. Wit - John Hamill, Jno McNeill, Gust Brown*, Benja Fendall*.
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Charles County Liber M No. 2 Page 190.
Feb 12, 1729 from Benjamin Posey of CC, carpenter, to Susanah Lomax of CC, spinster, for divers good causes and by virtue of a power of attorney to him directed from James Cash and Mary, his wife, of Westmoreland County, Virginia, the lease of all that part of that tract'of land called Promise that has not been sold to John Railey. The land is at the head of Popes Cr in CC. To have and to hold, from today until Thomas Ashman, son to the above mentioned Mary Cash arrives at the age of 21 years, paying a yearly rent of 3 ears of Indian corn. Signed - Benja (B his mark) Posey. Wit - John Hamill, Jno McNeill, Gusta Brown*, Benjamin Fendall*.
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Charles County Land Records, Liber M#2 Page 241.
At the request of Benjamin Posey of CC, carpenter, the following [power of attorney] was recorded Jan 28, 1730.
I, Jno Millor in Stafford County, Virginia, tailor, have appointed my two sons-in-law, Benjamin & Francis Posey of CC, carpenters, my true and lawful attorneys, in my name, but to their own use, to sue for, of anyone indebted to me which has arisen due or became payable to my late wife Mary Miller of CC decd. Signed Jan 9, 1730 - Jno Millor. Wit - Courts Keech, James (X his mark) Mankin, Gust. Brown.
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Charles County Land Records, Liber M#2 Page 242.
At the request of Benjamin Posey of CC, carpenter, the following deed was recorded Jan 28, 1730.
I, Jno Millor in Stafford County, Virginia, tailor, for and in consideration that Benja Posey and Francis Posey of CC, carpenters, have obliged themselves to pay all the debts that were contracted by my late wife, Mary Millor decd, and at all times hereafter to save and keep me, sd Jno Millor, harmless and indemnified therefrom, and for divers other good causes, I have sold all the goods and chattels that sd Mary Millor had in use or possession at the time of her death, to sd Benjamin and Francis Posey. Signed Jan 9, 1730 - Jno Millor. Wit - Courts Keech, James (X his mark) Mankin.
Jan 7, 1730/31. Then came Courts Keech and James Mankin and made oath that they saw Jno Millor sign the above
document in Stafford County, Virginia before Gustavus Brown.
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 295-53: BELAINES HILL: 300 acres; Possession of - 200 Acres - Musgrove, Charles : 100 Acres - Posey, Mary Surveyed 24 Aug 1654 for Richard True on the West side of Wicomico River near the fresh of the River and near the land of John Courts: Other Tracts Mentioned: Holt's Divising; Conveyance notes - (also noted as Burlans Hill and Burlains Hill) , 100 acres – Charles Musgrove from John Cole, 25 April 1710,214 Acres – Charles Musgrove from William Davis & Priscilla, 27 May 1720, 100 Acres – Benjamin Posey from William Davis, 7 June 1720, , , 
Posey, Benjamin (I002953)
 
71373 Sources:

Title: Monocacy and Catoctin, Additions and Corrections to the History of Frederick County, Maryland by T.J.C. Williams and Folger McKinsey, Volume III
Author: Calvin E. Schildknecht
Publication: Family Line Publications, Westminster, MD
Page: 188

Title: Marriage Licenses of Frederick County, 1778-1810
Abbrev: Frederick Marriage 1778-1810
Author: Margaret E. Myers
Publication: Family Line Publishing, Westminster, MD 
Wilcoxon, William (I009661)
 
71374 Sources:
"The Ark and the Dove Adventurers", George and Donna Russell, GPC. 2005, page 104.
"Royal Descents of 800 Immigrants, Gary Boyd Roberts,vol. 2, GPC 2008, page 816.

He succeeded to the title of 2nd Baronet Gerard, of Bryn, co. Palatine of Lancaster [E., 1611] circa February 1620/21.1 He held the office of Member of Parliament (M.P.) for Liverpool in 1624.
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The Cheshire and Lincolnshire Funeral Certificates, A.D. 1600 to 1678
(Ancestry.com)
Sir THOMAS GERARD of Bryn, in the County of Lancaster, Kt and Baronett, departed this mortall life at Brinn aforsayd upon the xvth day of May, Ano Dom 1630, and was interred in Wynwick Church, in the County aforsayd.
He married Frances, daughter of Sir Richard Molyneux of Sephton, in the County of Lancaster, Kt and Baronett, by whom he had issue Sir William Gerard, Baronett, his sonne and heyre, now of the age of xxvi years at tyme of his fathers death, was xix ten yeares of age, the said Sir Willm. beinge then married to Elizabeth Clifton, eldest
daughter of Sir Cuthbert Clifton of Wesbye, in the County of Lancaster, Kt, deceased.
Richard Gerard, second sonne to the defunct.
Gilb'rt Gerard, third sonne to the defunct.
Peter Gerard, fourth sonne to the defunct.
Thomas Gerard, fifth sonne to the defunct.
John Gerard, sixth sonne to the defunct.
Frances Gerard, eldest dau. to the defunct, not marryed.
The sayd defunct married to his second wife, Dorothie Peter, widowe, late the wiefe of John Peter deceased, beinge one of the yonger brothers of the Lord Peeter, and by her had no issue.
This Certyficate was taken at Brinn aforsayd, upon the 15 day of January, 1637[-8], by Randle Holme of the Citty of Chester, deputy to the Office of Armes, and testyfied under the hand of Sr Willm Gerard, Baronett, sonne and heyre to the defunct.
(Signed) WILL. GERARDE. 
Gerard, Thomas (I104230)
 
71375 Sources:
"The Ark and the Dove Adventurers", George and Donna Russell, GPC. 2005, page 104.
"The Flowering of the Maryland Palatinate",H.W.Newman,Clearfield,2001,page 211.
"Royal Descents of 800 Immigrants, Gary Boyd Roberts,vol. 2, GPC 2008, page 816.
===
Married a Cox first

Richard Gerard and his sister, Anne Gerard were the first of the family to immigrate when they arrived in 1634 aboard The Ark and the Dove., both in their twenties.Richard, who had been the Cup Bearer to King James did not stay in America but instead returned to England where he became a distinguished soldier and died on September 5, 1686

Anne Gerard was born in about 1610 and was a widow when she immigrated to Maryland. She was to become the 2nd wife of Thomas Greene, Governor of the Province of Maryland within 2 years and would bear them two sons, Leonard and Thomas. She died early in 1637 {no Source}

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Gerrard, Green, Thomas, Esq.
AB&H:6,12,67 Film No.: SR 7344
Transported himself in 1633; demanded 500 acres in right of Anne Cox, his first wife
MSA SC 4341-2052 
Gerard, Anne (I003620)
 
71376 Sources:
"The Ark and the Dove Adventurers", George and Donna Russell, GPC. 2005, page 104.
"The Flowering of the Maryland Palatinate",H.W.Newman,Clearfield,2001,page 211.
"Royal Descents of 800 Immigrants, Gary Boyd Roberts,vol. 2, GPC 2008, page 816.
===
Richard Gerard and his sister, Anne Gerard were the first of the family to immigrate when they arrived in 1634 aboard The Ark and the Dove., both in their twenties.Richard, who had been the Cup Bearer to King James did not stay in America but instead returned to England where he became a distinguished soldier and died on September 5, 1686
===
Gerrard, Richard, Mr.
AB&H:66 Film No.:
Transported himself 1633
MSA SC 4341-
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The Cheshire and Lincolnshire Funeral Certificates, A.D. 1600 to 1678
(Ancestry.com)
Sir THOMAS GERARD of Brinn, in the County of Lancaster, Kt and Baronett, departed this mortall life at Brinn aforsayd upon the xvth day of May, Ano Dom 1630, and was interred in Wynwick Church, in the County aforsayd.
He married Frances, daughter of Sir Richard Molyneux of Sephton, in the County of Lancaster, Kt and Baronett, by whom he had issue Sir William Gerard, Baronett, his sonne and heyre, now of the age of xxvi years at tyme of his fathers death, was xix ten yeares of age, the said Sir Willm. beinge then married to Elizabeth Clifton, eldest
daughter of Sir Cuthbert Clifton of Wesbye, in the County of Lancaster, Kt, deceased.
Richard Gerard, second sonne to the defunct.
Gilb'rt Gerard, third sonne to the defunct.
Peter Gerard, fourth sonne to the defunct.
Thomas Gerard, fifth sonne to the defunct.
John Gerard, sixth sonne to the defunct.
Frances Gerard, eldest dau. to the defunct, not marryed.
The sayd defunct married to his second wife, Dorothie Peter, widowe, late the wiefe of John Peter deceased, beinge one of the yonger brothers of the Lord Peeter, and by her had no issue.
This Certyficate was taken at Brinn aforsayd, upon the 15 day of January, 1637[-8], by Randle Holme of the Citty of Chester, deputy to the Office of Armes, and testyfied under the hand of Sr Willm Gerard, Baronett, sonne and heyre to the defunct.
(Signed) WILL. GERARDE. 
Gerard, Richard (I024905)
 
71377 Sources:
"The Ark and the Dove Adventurers", George and Donna Russell, GPC. 2005, page 104.
"The Flowering of the Maryland Palatinate",H.W.Newman,Clearfield,2001,page 211.
"Royal Descents of 800 Immigrants, Gary Boyd Roberts,vol. 2, GPC 2008, page 816. 
Molyneux, Francis (I032158)
 
71378 Sources:
-Lewis, Merriwethers, and Their Kin, by Sarah Lewis Anderson, first published 1938, p. 214
-William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine, Vol. 2, No. 1, Jul 1893, p. 3-21
-Genealogy of Virginia Families, 1991 by Genealogy Publishing, Baltimore County, Maryland, vol. V, p. 330
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Contributed by: James Hughes
The Armistead Family 1635-1910, Page 37
Note:
SMITH--ARMISTEAD--TABB--TODD.

It is said that Thomas Smith, son of Thomas and Armistead Smith, comes of the Lawrence Smith line. The first Lawrence Smith, of Abbington Parish, had oldest son John, member of the Council. Lawrence, the second son, removed to York, and was the ancestor of Elizabeth Smith who married Robert Armistead. Charles, another son, moved to Essex County; died about 1710, when his widow, Dorothy, Augustine Smith, and R. Buckner gave bond in Essex County. They had a daughter Dorothy.
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Capt. Charles Smith was born 1670, in Old Rappahannock, later Essex County, Virginia. He was the son of Lawrence and Mary Smith. He died 1709/1710 in the part, which later was cut off into Caroline County. Miles Cary on 4 May 1770, appointed Charles Surveyor of Richmond County, Virginia. He married Dorothy, whose surname is unknown, but is believed to have been Peyton.
Shortly before his death, Major Lawrence Smith made a deed of gift to his son Charles, probably following the custom of providing for a son at the time of his marriage. Witnesses to the deed were Thomas Peyton, son of Major Robert Peyton; Col. Peter Beverly, husband of Elizabeth Peyton (sister of Thomas, and possibly also the sister of Charles Smith's wife).
In Essex County, Virginia Deeds #11 (1701-1704), p. 242: 16 June 1700 - Indenture in which (Major) Lawrence Smith of Gloucester County, makes a Deed of Gift to "My son, Charles Smith” of 3,150 acres of land and on the same day (ibid, p. 243) gives a power of attorney to "My son-in-law, Captain John Battaile" to acknowledge the above deed in Essex County Court . . . This transaction continues (ibid., p. 243) on 8 Apr. 1704 when John Smith, of Gloucester County quick-claims and conveys to "My Well Beloved Brother, Charles Smith, of Essex County” all his right, title, claim, and interest as the eldest son and heir at law of Lawrence Smith, deceased, "who died before his power of attorney to Captain John Battaile was recorded hereby the said lad fell to the said John Smith by the law of Primogeniture . . . "

Charles Smith lived in the part of Essex, which afterwards became Caroline County, and died about 1710. His widow, Dorothy Smith, Augustine Smith and R. Buckner gave bond in Essex court as his administrators.
Essex County Deeds, Wills, 1702-04, XI

Lawrence Smith of the County of Gloucester do hereby assign and make over unto my son Charles Smith forever one moiety being 3150 acres of a patent to Robert Taliaferro and Lawrence Smith for 6300 acres granted 26th March 1666. 16th June 1700 Lawrence Smith
Witnesses: Peter Beverly, Thomas Whiting
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1718-1721 Essex County Deed Book No. 16; {John Frederick Dorman}: pp 77-78.
12 June 1719, After the death of Mr. Charles Smith of Essex County, Dorothy his widow (now the wife of Mr. John Roy) made choice of the planation where the said John and Dorothy now live with the tract of land thereto belonging , together with the plantation above Massaponnx Creek where John Henby then lived, bounded on the lower side according to a lease thereof to him made by Mr, Charles Taliafeffo, viz., by a red oak sapling to blazed by the river side and so across the old field into the woods to a stake in the woods by the fence then made between the said Henby and one John Sorrell, but the said choice was never ascertained by authentic writing or on record.
To the end that there may be no dificulties concerning the dower of Dorothy in the said Charles' lands sold or morgaged to Messrs. Micajah Perry and Company or any of them, merchants in London, John Roy and Dorothy his wife on the one part and Robert Beverley in behalf of the said Perrys on the other part agree to the division between them as the dower of the said Dorothy assigned by the said Perrys upon her demand in right of dower. Jno. Roy Dorothy Roy
Wit: John Evans, Law: Taliafeffo, John(x) Goughe
6 June 1719. Proved by Larence Taliafeffo, Gent., and John Evans and acknowledged by John Roy.
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/np234.htm
URL title: Individual Notes
Note:
p. 18 To all xtian people Wee Francis Taliaferro and Elizabeth his Wife (one of the Daughters of Colonell Jno: Catlett deced) of St. Maries Parish in Essex County send Greeting in or: Lord God everlasting this first day of March in the yeare of or: Lord One thousand seaven hundred & one Now Know ye that wee the said yearee of our: Lord One thousand seaven hundred & one Now Know yee that wee the said Francis Taliaferro and Elizabeth Taliaaferro for Ninety two pounds Sterling money in hand paid by Augustinge Smith of Glocester County have granted him the money in hand paid by Augustine Smith of Glocester County have granted him the said Augustine Smith a tract of land conteyning Four hundred & sixteene acres being in Essex County being the one moyety of a Pattent granted to the abovesd Coll. Jno Catlett for Seaven hundred ninety two acres bearing date the 10th day of September 1660 and by his last Will in writing given to his two Daughter, Elizabeth and Sarah. and by their consent divided by Mr. William Moseley, Surveyr: of the said County the fourth of May 1691 as will appeare by a Platt and Certificate undr: hand of the said Moseley hereunto annexed by Seales bounded as followeth (vizt) beginning at a great white Oake standing on the East side a greate branch that falls into the maine rune of Occupation, thence North East to a Hickory by the said Run sid, thence North by a great branch that falls into ye maine Run, thence South West to a white Oake on a hill side, thence South South West to a white Oake & small red Oake neare the head of a branch, thence East to a Hickory on a small branch, thence North East to the place it began unto the said Augustine Smith his heirs & assignes forever withall & singular its rights & appurtenances together with buildings gardens orchards & appurtenances To have and to hold unto him the said Augustine Smith his heires & assignes for ever. And the said Francis & Elizabeth Taliafero will warrant & forever defend from the claimes of any manner of persons whatsoever,
And further promise att all times hereafter to hold & enjoy the said Land without any lawfull trouble of ye sd Francis & Elizabeth Taliaferro. In Witness whereof we have sett our hands & seales

Signed sealed and delivered in presence of us
John Catlett Fra: Taliaferro
Jno: Battaile Elizabeth Taliaferro
Charles Smith
At a Court held for Essex County 10th day of May 1701
Fra: Taliaferro in person & Eliz: his Wife by Fra: Meriwether her Attorney according to a Power of Attorney (prov)d by the oathes of James Harrison & Charles Taliaferro) acknowledged this Deed of Sale to Augustine Smith & ye same is truely recorded Test Francis Meriwether, Cl Cur
Essex. Wee the Subscribers two of his Majties. Justices of the Peace for this County doe hereby certifie that Elizabeth Taliaferro did this day come before us in ordr: to ye signing & sealeing this Deed, we did privately examine her whether shee did freely & willingly execute this Deed or whether it proceeded from an compulsion or meanes by her Husband towards her to compell her to the passing away her Inheritance to which shee answered that shee did it willingly without compulsion or coercion of her Husband & there did execute the same before us In Testimony whereof wee have sett our hands the first day of March 1701

John Catlett
John Battaile
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No.12. page 243. Deed. 10 June 1706. Charles Smith of St Marys parish, Surveyor, sells Thomas Griffin of same par, planter, for L 50., 1/2 of a mill in St Annes parish, on Blackburn's Creek. The mill formerly bulit by sd Smith, and 1/2 sold by him to Thos Short, and that half sold by Short to Thos Pettross.
Wit: Signed Cha: Smith
Aug't Smith
Edw'd Gouldman
Ja: Alderson
Bond on above witnessed by Aug't Smith and Edw Gouldman.
Ack and red 11 June 1706.
Note:We cannot but wonder what became of the Gouldmans in Virginia history. This name seems to disappear altogether. B.F.

Source:
Fleet, Beverley,
Essex County records, 1703-1706
Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. County, 1961, 111 pgs
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1701-1704 Essex Co VA Order Book; Antient Press: (Page 72)
THIS INDENTURE made this Eleventh day of March in ye years One thousand seaven hundred & one Between JOHN CATLETT of the Parish of ST. MARYES in the County of Essex of ye one part and CHARLES SMITH of the same Parish & County of the other part. Witnesseth that the said JOHN CATLETT hath granted unto the said CHARLES SMITH his heires and assignes forever One hundred acres of land begining at the mouth of GOULDEN VALE CREEKE and bounded on the lower side by the line of the said CHARLES SMITH land and on the upper side with the land of REES EVANS with all the appurtenances 'hereunto belonging, To have and to hold unto the said CHARLES SMITH his heires and assignes forever Except and alwayes reserved to the said JOHN CATLETT and his heires free ingress egress & regress through the aforesaid land with Horse Cart or other caryages to the fared. Creekes mouth for a LANDING PLACE, One hundred acres of land to be laid out on the back part of the said SMITH Land he now lives on adjoyning to said CATLETT and on ye lower side of ROBERT THOMAS, alsoe one thousand pounds of tobacco in hand paid before the scaling and signing of these pr:sents To have and to hold the said Land unto the said JOHN CATLETT his heires and assignes forever And the said JOHN CATLETT and Further itt is covenanted and agreed betweene the said CATLETT and SMITH that if eyther party shall be lawfully evicted of ye sd p;cells of land by any former Sale or otherwayse then these Deeds of Bargaine and Sale and Exchange to be void & further that is shall be lawful' to reenter into the demnified p:misses & the same to have againe as in their former estate anything herein to the contrary notwithstanding. In Witness whereof the partyes sett their hands & seales Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of us
JNO: BATTAILE, JOHN CATLETT
CHARLES TALIAFERRO
RICHARD GOODE
Acknowledged in Essex County Court ye 11th day of March 1700 & truely recorded
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1706-1718 Essex County Deed & Will Book; {John Frederick Dorman}: (Page 323)
20 Aug. 1706. Charles Smith of Essex County, Gent., to Charles Taliaferro of same, Gent., and Dorothy my wife Power of attorney to sue and recover and to grant and farm lett the plantation called Old Robins or any other tract belonging unto me.
Charles Smith,
Wit.: James Harrison, Larkin Chew.
10 Jan. 1706/7. Proved by Larkin Chew and James Harrison. 
Smith, Charles (I024439)
 
71379 Sources:
Abbrev: Bracken Co, Kentucky - Obituaries (BCKO) Vol I
Title: "Bracken County Kentucky Obituaries (BCKO) Volume I 1820-1950", by John E Leming Jr and published by The Bracken County Historical Society, P.O. Box 66, Brooksville, Kentucky 41004 (1995)

Note: She died at 1130 hours, at home, near Foster, Bracken, Kentucky. She died following a four (4) day illness of plural pneumonia.
Burial: AFT 3 MAY 1930 Lenoxburg, Bracken, Kentucky 
Marshall, Carrie Frances (I008707)
 
71380 Sources:
Abbrev: Harris- Cromwell-Harris-Montgomery Families
Title: Cromwell-Harris-Montgomery and Allied Families
Author: Florence Rebecca Harris, compiler
Publication: (Privately published, 1970)
Page: p. 450
Quality: 3
Note: p. 449 
Marshall, Robert Hite (I007280)
 
71381 Sources:
Author: Harry W. Newman
Title: Charles County Gentry
Publication: Higginson Book Company, Salem, MA, 1940 (reprint 1997)
Note:
ABBR Charles County Gentry
Page: page 231
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Charles County Liber L#2
Page 200. William, the son of Samuel & Eliz afd, was born on Wednesday, Mar 18, 1718, about 11:30 PM.
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Charles County Liber L#2
Page 200. William Hanson (above mentioned) departed this life on Sep 2, 1721. 
Hanson, William (1) (I001802)
 
71382 Sources:
Author: Henry C. Peden, Jr.
Title: Maryland Deponents 1634-1799
Repository:

Page: page 336
Date: 1745
Note: CC court records XL page 336 Thomas states he is 21 year of age

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James Thompson 32.108 A SM £1026.14.11 £1207.12.6 Mar 9 1752
Received from: John Somerwell, Thomas Cessell, John Baptis Carbary, Henry Weal, Henry Jernegan, Kenelmn Chiseldine, Attox Person, Thomas Vowles, John Fundrall, George Sly, Anne Shurcliff, George Booth, Sr., William Brown, William Hayden, Mark Clement Thompson, William Pen, John Brady, Grace Thompson, executrix of Rozell Neal, Mary Keall, Rose & John Wood, James Wimsatt, William Joseph, John Shurcliff, Joseph Alvey & Thomas Lee, John Drury, James Baily, Thomas Howard, James Culloms, Thomas Medley, Elinor Payn, James Neal, William Roach, Thomas Payn, Thomas Wheatley, Joseph Clark, John Steel, Anne Baily, Thomas Vowles, John Senor, Thomas Vanrishwick & Henry Shurcliff, John Baptis Riswick, executors of Benjamin Salley, Thomas Kirkley, Mathias Notingham, Peter Peak, John Lewellin, Thomas Medley, Peter Payn.
Payments to: Lawrance Butler, William Cumming, John Gardiner, George Clarke, Thomas Turnball, James Mills, John Bayns, John Chesholm, Raphael Neale, James Lancaster, John Wright, Solomon Holiday, Andrew Mills, John Humphris, John Dailey, Joseph Bloxham, Joseph Hayden, Leonard Johnson, Raphael Taney, Thomas Riswick, Zachariah Bond, Charles Payn, James Willson, John Somervell, James Whaley, John Weakling, Margaret Graves, Jonathon Roberts, George Warran, Jones & Co., James Fyfe, Hugh Wilson, George Hardin, William Brooke, Elisabeth Wessells, George Thompson, Samuel Fincuy (?), William Clark, William Russell, John Courtney, Thomas Taney, Margret Mills, Anthony Roberts, John Eden, Hector Maccleen, Elisabeth Howard, Kenelmn Trumon Greenfield, Thomas Philips, William Stuart, George Dickson, William Joseph, John Dunbar, John Marshall, Daniel Dulany, Esq., James Mills & John Eden, Philip Key, Joshua Titcomb, Robert Chesley, John Anderson, Stourt. Edwards, William Hebb, Clement Spink, William Daft, Henry Junegan, John Wiseman Greenwell, James Gough.
Executor: James Thompson.
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4/1755-5/6/1755: Admin. accts. of James Thompson, SMC. Appraisers:
William Russell and Matthias Nottingham. Creditors: Ann Thompson and Meverell Locke (Sheriff). NOK: Mary Cissell and Ignatius Thompson. Admx.: Ruth Thompson.
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Arthur Cissell 30.200 A SM £113.7.7 £137.11.9 Jul 2 1751
Sureties: William Daft, John Cole.
Received from: Philip Key, James Thompson.
Payments to; John Eden, Ignatious Thompson, Capt. Robert Chesley.
Distribution to: widow (unnamed, 1/3).
Residue to (orphans): John Cissill (of age], Elinor Cissill (of age), Margret Cissell (of age), Ann Cissell (of age), Monica Cissell (of age), James Cissell (aged 16).
Executrix: Mary Cissell

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Thomas THOMPSON, s/o John, m. Ann CISSELL & had
Mary, b. 27 S 1754
John Barton, b. 12 Je. 1757
Thomas Alexius, b. 3 N 1761
Eleanor, b. 26 Mar. 1763
Joseph Edward, b. 16 May 1766
Joseph Zachariah, b. 17 F 1769 [Two Zachs m. in Montg. Co.]
Mary Ann, b. 1 Apr. 1773. 
Thompson, Thomas (I003152)
 
71383 Sources:
Author: Henry C. Peden, Jr.
Title: Revolutionary Patriots of Charles County Maryland 1775-1783
Publication: Familyline Publications , Westminster, Maryland
Repository:

Page: page 135
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Charles County Maryland Will Book AH-9, 1785-1788; Page 145.
Walter Hanson Jr's Will.
I, Walter Hanson Jr of CC, am very sick and weak of body but of sound and disposing mind and memory.
To my brother Hoskins Hanson - my right in a tract of land called Harwood. Also, my hicking chair, and my young bay horse, my sorrel horse, my baogoot gun, and my saddle and bridle.
To my brother William Hanson - my right to a tract of land called Friendship. Also 1 Negro boy called Jess, my gun, & half my wearing apparel.
To my brother Samuel Hanson - 3 Negroes, to wit, Harry, Tarn and old Samb, half my wearing apparel, my violins, flecter(?) and the sec.(?) half of my stock of cattle, sheep, and hogs, my draught horses, and all my household furniture (except what is hereafter mentioned) and all my plantation utensils.
To my sister Elizabeth Smoot - one half of my China, Stone, and Glass ware.
To my sister Violetta Hanson - my best bed, best stoael & furniture & my small paintool(?) looking glass.
"To my Elizabeth Hanson Muschett" - my Negro woman Mary and her son John, and half my stock of cattle & sheep. To my friend John Muse - half my chest of jainen(?) tools and my neese(?) gun.
To my sister Elizabeth Smoot - the rest of my personal estate, after my just debts & funeral charges are paid. executor: my brother Hoskins Hanson.
Signed Nov 7, 1785 - Walter Hanson Jr. Wit - William Matthews Thompson, Janneto Mitchell, Mungo Muschett.
Probated on Nov 26, 1785 by the executor and by the oaths of witnesses Thompson and Muschett.
Letters Testamentary were granted to the executor; his securities were William B. Smoot & Mungo Muschett.
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Charles County Maryland Will Book AF-11, 1791-1801, {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 242.
Walter Hanson Sr., May 1, 1794; December 1, 1794
I, Walter Hanson of CC being far advanced in years and infirm of body but of sound and disposing mind and memory
Item: whereas my trusty and sincere friend Mr. Henry Barnes did by virtue of a power of attorney from me resurvey and lay of{f} into different parcels my part of the mannor of Friendship and did by virtue of the same power sell and dispose of the same one part to George Edelin and another to John Ford and took their bonds for the payment of the purchase money part of which bond are still unpaid and whereas before I had granted my power of attorney to Mr. Barnes I sold to Benjamin Cawood part of the said Mannor and took his bond part of which bond remains also still unpaid now it is my will and desire and hereby empower Mr. Henry Barnes to take into his management the whole matter of these land affairs and grant sufficient deeds and conveyances to the said George Edelin, John Ford and Benjamin Cawood to all and every of them so soon as they severally pay in the purchase money or sooner if the judges it reasonable upon their giving such further security as he the said Mr. Barnes thinks necessary.
Item: I give to my son Hoskins Hanson all my family and other pictures and all my wearing apparel and desire that neither of these articles should be appraised in my estate.
Item: I give devise and bequeath to my son Samuel Hanson the plantation whereon he now lives being part of His Excellency's Gift and part of Mr. Daniel Jenifer's land I had in exchange for part of His Excellency's Gift it being all the land I have lying on the north side of the main road that leads from Portobacco towards Nanjemoy. I also give him a negroe girl called Teresia daughter of Nell.
Item: I give to my son William Hanson one hundred acres of land I bought of William Middleton being part of Tompson Town and one hundred acres of land I bought of John Chandler adjoining or supposed to be adjoin to the afore mentioned land bought of William Middleton.
Item: After my wife Elizabeth Hanson marriage contact with me is fully complied with and after all my debts are paid and after my friend Mr. Henry Barnes is fully satisfied for all the trouble and expense he has been at on my account then I give and bequeath all the remaining part of my personal estate to my son William Hanson.
Executor: Henry Barnes
Signed: May 1, 1794 Walter Hanson
Wit - Mungo Muschett, Jannet Muschett, David Stone
Codicil: Whereas by the marriage contract mentioned in the said will that the increase of the negroes brought by my wife was to return to her with the principal to prevent any disputes after my decease, I give and bequeath to my said wife Elizabeth Hanson all the increase the wrenches negroe Kate and negroe Sall now has and may hereafter have anything in the said will to the contrary notwithstanding and I further declare that if my son William should depart this life before me then and in that case my executor before mentioned make sole of the lands devised to my son Samuel Hanson.
Signed: May 21, 1794 Walter Hanson
Wit - Mungo Muschett, Jannet Muschett, David Stone
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Charles County, Maryland, Inventories,1791-1797; Page 378.
Walter Hanson Sr - Inventory.
An inventory of the goods and chattels of Walter Hanson, Esc, late of CC, decd, appraised agreeable to a warrant to us directed by the Register of Wills for CC, Jan 29, 1795. Negroes; Jess (about 48 yrs old) , Frank (48) , Joe (35) , James (32), Cato (25), Nan (80), Sally (80), Nelly (50), Phillis (50), Rose (30), Daphny (14), Aloe (14), Beck (4), Peter (2) .
Total amount: 817.12.2.
Signed - Will Halkerston, Will Vincent.
(Kin): Wm Hanson of Walter, Sam'l Hanson of Walter,
Creditors: Matthew Blair, Rob Fergusson for Henderson Fergusson Gibson.
CC, Apr 25, 1796. Then came Henry Barnes, executor, & made oath.
Certified by John Muschett, Registrar of Wills.
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Charles County Maryland Will Book AF-11, 1791-1801, {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 471.
James Linkins, June 30, 1798; November 30, 1798
I, James Linkins of CC being weak and infirm in body but of sound and disposing mind and memory
To wife Barbara Linkins and three children, to wit; Henry, Peter and Ann, all my estate
Executor: none
Signed: June 30, 1798 James (his mark) Likins
Wit: Samuel Hanson of Walter, Mary Holiday Hanson
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Charles County Maryland Will Book HBBH-13, 1808-1817; {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 166.
Michael Jenifer Stone, Will & Codicil, January 23, 1809; April 1, 1812
I, Michael Jenifer Stone do make this my last will and testament;
To wife Mary H. Stone, all my lands and tenements, good and chattels rights and credits and in general all my property real personal and mixed as my trustee … and guardian of my children.
I hereby constitute and appoint my said wife executor and executrix of the land will and testament of my last brother Thomas Stone.
Executor: wife Mary H. Stone
Signed: January 23, 1809 M. J. Stone
Wit: Robert C. Stone, Samuel Hanson of Walter, Nathaniel Pope Causin
Codicil: I hereby affirm the said wife and in addition to the powers of sale of my property which I therein gave my wife, I hereby invest her with the power of selling and conveying any part of my personal property for the actual and absolute necessary maintenance and support of her and my children.
Signed: January 11, 1810 M. J. Stone
Wit: David Stone
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Charles County Land Records 1792-1796; Liber N#4; Page 381_ Mar 12, 1795 from Hoskins Hanson of CC, to Samuel Hanson of CC, for 1000 £ one moiety or half part of a tract of land, being part of a tract of land in CC called Harwood, containing about 1266 acres. Signed - Hoskins Hanson. Wit - Rich" Barnes*, Henry H Chapman*. Recorded Mar 16, 1795
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Charles County Land Records 1799-1801; Liber IB-3 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 212.
At the request of Sarah Douglass Penn & Others, the following Deed was recorded June 12,1800
Indenture made June 10, 1800; Samuel Hanson of Walter in consideration of 1,000 pounds current money paid by Sarah Douglass Penn, Richard Thompson Hanson and Catharine Hanson (children of Hoskins Hanson deceased) has sold one moiety or ½ part of a tract of land called "Harwood" containing in the whole tract is a moiety 1,260 acres being the part of a tract which was sold and conveyed by Hoskins Hanson deceased to the said Samuel Hanson on March 12, 1795 as deed bearing date on that day will fully appear. Signed Samuel Hanson of Walter, in the presence of Richard Harrison, Daniel Jenifer
June 10, 1800; Mary Hanson wife of Samuel Hanson of Walter, relinquished her right of dower.

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Contributed by Shirley Middleton Moller;CCLR IB 5.438
12 Jul 1803 Indenture
From: Samuel Hanson of Walter of Saint Marys County
To: Daniel Jenifer
For the sum of Eleven hundred and twenty five pounds current money; all that tract or parcel of land lying in Charles County called His Excellencys Gift; Two hundred and twenty one acres; also part of a tract or parcel called Coats Retirement, containing forty three acres. /s/ Samuel Hanson of Walter; Wit: Jno Digges, Gerrard Briscoe
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 388-78: HIS EXCELLENCY GIFT RESURVEY: 241 acres; Possession of - 241 Acres - See Notes: Re-Surveyed 26 Sept 1713 for John Rodgers beginning at a bound Red Oak attested by John Hanson Sr. to be a bounded tree of Bartholomew Coates on the West side Port Tobacco Creek on a gravely point by a marsh side.: {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, 241 Acres - George Maxwell from John Mushell (sp?); 2 Feb 1748 {mm note: phonetics for Marshall ? or John Muschett},
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 310-58: HIS EXCELLENCYS GIFT: 150 acres; Possession of - 150 Acres - Rogers, John : 150 Acres - Wheeler, John: Surveyed 12 Oct 1673 for Edmund Lindsey at a bound Red Oak a bound tree of Bartholomew Courts on the West side Port Tobacco Creek.: Conveyance notes - Included in Resurvey of HIS EXCELLENCYS GIFT 26 Sept 1713 folio 388, Joint possession Wheeler, John & Rogers, John,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 306-28: COURTS RETIREMENT: 550 acres; Possession of - 550 Acres - Crouch, Horner: Surveyed 25 Feb 1666 for Bartholomew Courts on the West side Port Tobacco Creek afterward resurveyed for 500 Acres for Mary Courts the 3rd Aug 1674 in Goose Creek Manor on the West side Port Tobacco Creek at a bound Red Oak near the side of the creek. (poss by Honer Crouch in England cultivated by John Clark.: Conveyance notes - 248 Acres - from Daniel Jennifer; 14 July 1721, Included in Resurvey of Courts Retirement, folio 390, Escheat, 7 Jan 1720.,, 
Hanson, Samuel (I001978)
 
71384 Sources:
Author: Mary Louise Donnelly
Title: Major William Boarman - His Descendants
Publication: Privately Published, Ennis, Texas, 1990
Note:
ABBR Major William Boarman

NS22813
Repository:

Page: pg51
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Charles County Maryland Will Book AL-12, 1801-1808, {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 322.
Elizabeth Boarman wife of Raphael Boarman, Will, September 25, 1804; May 10, 1806
I, Elizabeth Boarman wife of Raphael Boarman of CC, do by a power to me in that behalf given and reserved by virtue of a certain bonds made and entered into between my present husband on his part and my brother John Baptist Thompson on my part bearing date the twenty seventh day of December, in the year of our Lord, one thousand Eight Hundred and two for giving and disposing of several goods, chatttels and personal estate as mentioned in the said bond and schedule thereto annexed will more fully apprear do give and bequeath as follows Viz;
To brother Raphael Thompson the sum of 50 pounds current money if he should be alive at my death or to his daughter if alive at my death. In case neither are alive at my death, the 50 pounds to be equally divided between by brother John Thompson Baptist and sisters Jane Brooke and Henrietta Simmes.
To nephew Basil Brooke, my horse and bed with all its furniture.
To sister Henrietta Simmes, my riding carriage.
To niece Mary Ann Thompson, daughter of Jno. B. Thompson, the sume of 16 dollars.
To nephew Richard Brooke,Henrietta Brooke, Mary Teresa Thompson, Elizabeth Thompson, Charity Semmes, and Henneritta Semmes, all the remaining part and residue of the estate provided they will pay the Reverend Mother of the monastery in Charles County the sum of 5 pounds current money.
Executor: brother John Baptist Thompson
Signed: September 25, 1804 Elizabet Boarman
Wit: Henry Pile, Raphael H. Boarman 
Thompson, Elizabeth (I009109)
 
71385 Sources:
Author: Mary Louise Donnelly
Title: Major William Boarman - His Descendants
Publication: Privately Published, Ennis, Texas, 1990
Note:
ABBR Major William Boarman
Page: page 27
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Charles County Maryland Will Book B-1, 1782-1785; Page 319
Sarah Neale's Will.
I, Sarah Neale of CC, am sick and weak of body but of sound and disposing mind and memory.
To my daughter Mary Ann Neale - Negroes Tom, Moll, and Cate, and their increase.
To my daughter Elinor Neale - Negroes Stephen and Jane and their increase.
To my son Charles - in consideration of the above willed Negroes, I will that my 2 daughters, Mary Ann and Elenor, shall pay 150 lbs of crop tobacco each, a year, for the education, of my son Charles, until he arrives to age 18, which payment then to cease. I also give Charles the rest of my estate.
I want my sister-in-law Clare Slye to have the guardianship and tuition of my children during their minority.
Executrix; my sister-in-law Clare Slye,
Signed [no month given] 1, 1784 - Sarah (x her mark) Neale,
Wit - Joseph Matthews,
Probated on May 22, 1784 by the oath of the executrix and by the oaths of both witnesses.
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Charles County Maryland Will Book AH-9, 1785-1788; Page 174.
Ann Neale's Will.
I, Ann Neale of CC, am very aged and infirm, and calling to mind the uncertainty of human life, I think it necessary at this time to make my will.
To my son William Chanceller Neale now in europe - 40 £ sterling.
To my daughter Eleanor Boarman - my silver tea pot, silver
cream pot, my silver tea spoons and tea tongs.
To my grandson Joseph Matthews - my 2 slaves called Nicholas
and Betty, the one a Mulatto man and the other an old
woman.
To my grandson Ignatius Matthews - my young woman slave called Mary Ann, and my sorrel horse. Also 1 old silver mug,
To my granddaughter Anne Matthews - my boy slave called Stephen,
To my granddaughter Susana Matthews - 1 Negro girl called Nall.
To my granddaughter Margaret Matthews - 1 bed and furniture. To my grandson William Matthews - 1 bed and furniture.
To my grandson Joseph Matthews - 1 old silver mug.
To my son, the Revd Leonard Neale - 1 Mulatto man slave
called Bazil, my case of silver spoons, my silver soup spoon, and 2 silver salt cellars.
I give to the poor 1000 lbs of crop tobacco, to be distributed among them at the discretion of my executor. I give, for the use of the Monastery called Atres in France, 5 £ sterling. I give my son, the Revd Leonard Neale, the rest of my estate, for the purpose of paying off all my just debts therewith; if there is any balance after paying off my debts, he may use the balance as he pleases.
Executor: my son, the Revd Leonard Neale.
Signed Nov 7, 1785 - Ann (X her mark) Neale. Wit - G.B. Causin, W.C. Brent, names Maguire.
Probated on Jan 7, 1786 by the executor and by the oaths of witnesses William Chandler Brent & James Maguire.
Letters Testamentary were granted to the executor; his securities were William Chandler Brent & Thomas Evans. 
Neale, William Chandler (I003668)
 
71386 Sources:
Author: State of Maryland
Title: Charles County, Maryland probate records
Publication: State of Maryland
Repository:

Date: 28 Sep 1698
Note: Will of Randolph Hinson mentions daughter Blanch Thompson and son Thomas Thompson
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Charles County Land Records, Liber C#2 Page 267
26 December 1711; Thomas Thompson registers cattle mark
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Charles County Land Record Book X No. 2, 1743-1744; Page 9. At the request of James Dooley of CC, the following lease was recorded on Aug 2, 1743.
Mar 10, 1742[/3] from William Sanders of CC, planter, to James Dooley of CC, cordwainer, for and in consideration of the yearly rent of 600 lbs tobacco clear of cask and for divers other causes, the lease of part of a tract of land called Wilkisons Throne, lying in CC, bounded by Thomas Thompson, and may include 100 acres on that end of sd land next Thomas Thompson, during the term of 9 years. Dooley agrees to build on the land a 16 foot square dwelling house, a 40 foot tobacco house, a corn house, and also, he will plant 00 apple trees near 30 feet distance, and keep them fenced and tended. Dooley is to leave the land in good, tenantable repair. Signed - Will: Sanders. Wit - Thos Morse, Walter Hanson.
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 425-333: WILKINSON THRONE: 506 acres; Possession of - 506 Acres - Hanson, Samuel: : Re-surveyed 14 Oct 1734 for Samuel Hanson and Elinor Wilkinson lying near the road side that leads to Thomas Thompsons & Patented to them 10 May 1736.: {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, 253 Acres - William Saunders from William MacPherson; 5 July 1746,52 Acres - John Harrant from William Saunders; 6 July 1750. 
Thompson, Thomas (I031612)
 
71387 Sources:
Author: State of Maryland
Title: Charles County, Maryland probate records
Publication: State of Maryland
Repository:

Page: liber 40 folio 290
Date: Jan 1775
Note: daughter Jane mentioned in fathers will
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Charles County MD Will Book 1777-1780; Page 113. On Feb 21, 1778, letters of administration were granted on the estate of Jane Thompson, to Joseph Thompson,
her brother. Securities = John Baptist Thompson and Richard Goodrich of CC. Bond = 2000 £.
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THOMPSON, JOSEPH, Charles Co,, planter. 22 Dec, 1774
2 Jan. 1775
To daus: Mary and Jane Thompson, use of dwelling house with privilege of working their negroes on any part of land while single.
To dau. Mary Thompson, Negroes: Betty, Harry, Pegg, Mary, Gerrard, Anna and Bridget; stock; furnitureo pewter, silver ware.
To dau, Jane Tant Thompson, Negroes: Mary Ann, Phill, Monica, Sue and Milly; stock; furniture, linen wheel, pewter,
To dau, Sarah Hanson Thompson,, Negroes: Charity, Priss and Jenney; stock; pewter; said dau. to be under care of Mary Thompson my dau. If she die dau. Jane Tant Thompson to manage her and her estate.
To son William Matthews Thompson, Negroes: John, Robin, Winney and Henney; stock; desk; and his Godfather William Leigh and Godmother Sophia to have care of him and his estate.
To niece: Anne Philpott, 1 horse and 100 pounds of tobacco to be paid by each of my children.
To niece: Elizabeth Taylor, 100 pounds of tobacco to be paid by each of my children.
To sister Elizabeth Taylor, 5 bushels of wheat, 5 bushels of rye,
One negro to be sold to pay debts,
To son Joseph Thompson, ex., part of tract "High Cliffs" tract "Happily," residue of estate.
Wit: Jno. Brooke; Will. Matthews; Joseph Matthews. 40, 290 
Thompson, Jane Tant (I009090)
 
71388 Sources:
Author: State of Maryland
Title: Charles County, Maryland probate records
Publication: State of Maryland
Repository:

Page: Liber 40 folio 290
Date: Jan 1775
Note: daughter Mary mentioned in fathers will
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THOMPSON, JOSEPH, Charles Co,, planter. 22 Dec, 1774
2 Jan. 1775
To daus: Mary and Jane Thompson, use of dwelling house with privilege of working their negroes on any part of land while single.
To dau. Mary Thompson, Negroes: Betty, Harry, Pegg$ Mary, Gerrard, Anna and Bridget; stock; furnitureo pewter, silver ware.
To dau, Jane Tant Thompson, Negroes: Mary Ann, Phill, Monica, Sue and MIlly; stock; furniture, linen wheel, pewter,
To dau, Sarah Hanson Thompson,, Negroes: Charity, PrIss and Jenney; stock; pewter; said dau. to be under care of Mary Thompson my dau. If she die dau. Jane Tant Thompson to manage her and her estate.
To son William Matthews Thompson, Negroes: John, Robin, Wlnney and Henney; stock; desk; and his Godfather William Leigh and Godmother Sophia to have care of him and his estate.
To niece: Anne Philpott, 1 horse and 100 pounds of tobacco to be paid by each of my children.
To niece: Elizabeth Taylor, 100 pounds of tobacco to be paid by each of my children.
To sister Elizabeth Taylor, 5 bushels of wheat, 5 bushels of rye,
One negro to be sold to pay debts,
To son Joseph Thompson, ex., part of tract "High Cliffs" tract "Happily," residue of estate.
Wit: Jno. Brooke; Will. Matthews; Joseph Matthews. 40, 290 
Thompson, Mary (I009089)
 
71389 Sources:
Author: State of Maryland
Title: Charles County, Maryland probate records
Publication: State of Maryland
Repository:

Page: liber 40 folio 290
Date: Jan 1775
Note: daughter Sarah mentioned in fathers will
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THOMPSON, JOSEPH, Charles Co,, planter. 22 Dec, 1774; 2 Jan. 1775
To daus: Mary and Jane Thompson, use of dwelling house with privilege of working their negroes on any part of land while single.
To dau. Mary Thompson, Negroes: Betty, Harry, Pegg, Mary, Gerrard, Anna and Bridget; stock; furnitureo pewter, silver ware.
To dau, Jane Tant Thompson, Negroes: Mary Ann, Phill, Monica, Sue and Milly; stock; furniture, linen wheel, pewter,
To dau, Sarah Hanson Thompson,, Negroes: Charity, Priss and Jenney; stock; pewter; said dau. to be under care of Mary Thompson my dau. If she die dau. Jane Tant Thompson to manage her and her estate.
To son William Matthews Thompson, Negroes: John, Robin, Wlnney and Henney; stock; desk; and his Godfather William Leigh and Godmother Sophia to have care of him and his estate.
To niece: Anne Philpott, 1 horse and 100 pounds of tobacco to be paid by each of my children.
To niece: Elizabeth Taylor, 100 pounds of tobacco to be paid by each of my children.
To sister Elizabeth Taylor, 5 bushels of wheat, 5 bushels of rye,
One negro to be sold to pay debts,
To son Joseph Thompson, ex., part of tract "High Cliffs" tract "Happily," residue of estate.
Wit: Jno. Brooke; Will. Matthews; Joseph Matthews. 40, 290 
Thompson, Sarah Hanson (I009091)
 
71390 Sources:
Marriages and Deaths, St. Mary's County, Maryland 1634-1900 by Margaret K. Fresco for the Eastern Shore Regional Library, Salisbury, MD 
Faulkner, Bridget (I003826)
 
71391 Sources:
Marriages of St. Mary's County, Maryland 1634-1900
by Margaret K. Fresco Eastern Shore Regional Library, Salisbury, MD 21801
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GOODRICK, FRANCIS, Charles Co, 8 Apr, 1745; 22 Feb, 1745
MARY GOODRICK wife, 300 A,
Child: EDWARD, FRANCIS, GEORGE, HENRY, Anne VIOLETTA, MARY, ANN.
Mary., wife; Edward, Francis., George Goodrich, sons, extx.
To son EDWARD, pt of tract that: I live on, 300 A,; "Goodricks Addition," 50 A.; Franham Royall, 160 Acres
To son HENRY VINCENT GOODRICK,, 'Beech Neck." Addition to May Day 120 Acres
To son George Goodrick, "Barbadoes", 552 A,
Wit: Robert Hanson, John Hanson, Ignatius Luckett, William Luckett. MCW 24.304
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Francis Goodrich 32.267 CH £2824.8.0 Apr 19 1746 May 7 1746
Appraisers: Robert Hanson, John Hanson, Jr.
Creditors: Richard Gildart, Esq. & Sons. John Hanson, Jr.
Next of kin: Constance Skinner, Anne Violetta Goodrich.
Executors: Mary Goodrich, Edward Goodrich.
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(no name given) {Francis Goodrick} 23.236 A CH £2824.8.0 £99.2.10 Apr 1 1747
A second inventory is cited in the amount of £3.0.0.
Sureties: John Lawson (of Prince George's County), John Courts (of Charles County).
Received from: John Muschel, MM Darnall & Trueman, John Miles, John Thompson, Sam. Lucket, Dard Jenkins, William Nalley, Walter Dodson, Edward Ford, Edward Goodrick (accountant).
Payments to: Dr. Brown, Dr. John Briscoe, Rebecca Howard, Dr. Hambleton, John Chandler, Robert Gilpin, Mr. William Eilbeck, MM Fakner & Muschel, Alexander MacLaran, John Venthem, Robert Horner, John Lawrance, Mr. Edmond Porteus, Henry Brook, Walter Hanson.
Administrators/Executors: Mary Goodrick, Edward Goodrick, Francis Goodrick.
===
Francis Goodrick 26.140 A CH £25.15.8 Jun 28 1749
Received from: Ignatius Mitchell, James Middleton, John Hanson, William Middleton, Joshua Allford.
Payments to: John Wedding, Walter Hanson, Jeremiah Chase in action against Samuel Hide, Mr. Jenings.
Executors: John Hanson and his wife Mary Hanson, Edward Goodrick, Francis Goodrick.

=== Contributed by Ralph D. Smith

Nov. 13, 1683-Nov. 27, 1683 - William Dent demands a writ of sciri facias against Francis Guthricke [sic] to show cause . . . . (Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber K, p. 263.)

Jan. 8, 1683/4-Mar. 11, 1683/4 - Thomas Gerard vs. Francis Goodrick in a plea of trespass on the case. Sheriff’s return: Absconded. (Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber K, p. 310.)

Jan. 8, 1683/4-Mar. 11, 1683/4 - Thomas Burford vs. Francis Goodrick in a plea of trespass on the case. Sheriff’s return: Absconded. (Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber K, p. 311.)

Jan. 8, 1683/4-Mar. 11, 1683/4 - Francis Goodrick demands a subpoena for James Neale, Sr. to testify in the case, William Dent vs. Francis Goodrick. (Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber K, p. 316.)

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STEWARD, JAMES, Charles., Co. 24 Apr, 1745
Henry Goodrich, son of Francis Goodrich, 8 May, 1745
JOHN HANSON, JUN.
John Hansen, ex.
Wit: Edm. Portens, William Hansson, Jr., Thomas Matthews, Jr. MCW 24.117
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Luckett, Ignatious, gent. Charles County, 29th Mch., 1734-5; 16th Apr., 1735.
To wife Jane, extx., 250 A., being half of "Moore's Ditch," during life; at her decease to son Ignatius and hrs.; and personalty. son Samuel and hrs., other half of "Moore"s Ditch;" and personalty. sons Willam and John and their hrs., 100 A. "Luckett's Level," 100 A. "Square Adventure," 50 A. of "Small Hope," bought of Thomas Morris, also interest in 200 A. of land for which testator holds bond of father-in-law John Hanson; and personalty.
To son Thomas Hussey Lucket, £60 for purchase of land; and personalty.
To daus. Elizabeth, Anne and Charity, personalty; 1/3 of personal estate to wife Jane, residue to be divided among all child., viz.: Samuel, Ignatius, William, John, Thomas Hussey, Elizabeth, Anne and Charity.
Test: Francis Goodrick, John Hanson, Thomas Hussey Luckett. 21, 338.
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Dodson, John, Charles County, 26th Jan., 1734/5; 16th Apr., 1735.
To wife Leaticia and son Walter, ex., personalty*
To son John, 50 A. of "Dodson's Courage" during life; at his decease to son Walter and hrs. Personal estate to be divided between wife, sons Walter and John and dau. Frances Hewton.
Test; Francis Goodrick., Charles Goodrick, Mary Goodrick. MCW 21. 341,
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Mr. George Goodrick 4.419 A CH #11082 #995 Oct 16 1677
Payments to: Robert Good (merchant), Mr. Benjamin Rozer, James Smallwood, James Hollardt, Stephen Morphey, Thomas Hussey.
Executors: Mr. Robert Goodrick (son), Francis Goodrick (son).
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Jenkins, Enoch, Prince George County, 19th Feb., 1733/4; 23rd Mch., 1733/4.
To wife Ann, extx., part of dwelling plantation, "God's Gift," during widowhood; and personalty.
To eld. son Francis and hrs.. residue of afsd. plantation at age of 16 and entire plantation at death or marriage of his mother; and personalty.
To second son John and hrs. "Rome," and personalty.
To sons Daniel and Bartholomew, dau. Anne and Henry Whitnall Priest, personalty.
To son Zachariah and hrs., half of 121 A. "Pearsimmon Tree Branch," other half to Richard Lanham and hrs.; and personalty.
To son Josias, money in Great Britain. After wife's thirds are deducted, residue of estate to child. afsd.
Exs.: Francis Goodrick, Charles County, and Richard Lanham.
Test: Zach. Wade, Thomas Edelen, Jr., John Hawkins, Jr.
Deposition mentions Daniel Jenkins, brother of testator, 21. 170
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber E, Page 174
18 Mar 1673/4; Indenture from George Gooderick, Gent., to Francis Gooderick; a parcel on the north side of the Potomac and a north branch of Zachia Swamp; containing 300 acres; /s/ George Gooderick; wit. George Thompson, Humphry Jones (mark)
===
PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY LAND RECORDS, Indenture, 8 December 1697
From: WILLIAM HUTCHESON of P. G. County, and his wife SARAH.
To: FFRANCIS GOODERWEEK JR. of Charles Co. Price: 8000 lbs. tobacco
Property: 228 acres being the southwest half of a tract called "Oxmontown" on Piscataway Branch in P. G. County, formerly Charles County, bounding on ROBERT WADE'S land on Piscataway Branch, and on "Dubling."
Signatures: WILLIAM HUCHISON and SARAH HUCHISON
Wit.: JOHN SYK (mark), FFRANCIS GOODERWEEK, SENIOR
Ackn'd: WILLIAM HUTCHESON and SARAH his wife, 8 December 1697.
Recorded: 7 November 1698, Vol. A, p. 156
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Charles County Court and Land Records, Liber Z, Page 106
Recorded at request of Francis Goodrick, Jr.:
I Aug 1702; Receipt of Francis Goodrick, Jr.; recorded on board The Arrundall; one hogshead of tobacco to be delivered to John Hyde, merchant of London; /s/ Splundin Rand
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Charles County Court and Land Records, Liber Z, Page 106
Recorded at request of Francis Goodrick, Jr.:
15 Jul 1702; same; for 4 hogshead of tobacco; recorded on board The Arrundall; one hogshead of tobacco to be delivered to John Hyde, merchant of London; /s/ Splundin Rand
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Charles County Maryland Circuit Court Records, Liber H#2, Page 24
22 Dec 1716; Deed of Bargain recorded at the request of Francis Goodrick:
3 Jul 1716; Indenture from William Bladen of Annapolis, Esq., to Francis Goodrick, Jr., planter; grant dated 20 Sep 1715 for tract called Beach Neck of 2,000 acres; for £100 part of Beach Neck containing 480 acres; /s/ W. Bladen; wit. Wit. Story, Michll. Marten, John Smith; 3 Jul 1716 William Bladen and his wife Anne ack. deed; 6 Nov 1706 Francis Goodrick paid alienation
===
Charles County, Maryland Liber L#2, Page 460.
At the request of Francis Goodrick of CC, the following conveyance was recorded Jan 7, 1728.
Sep 27, 1728 from John Digges of Prince Georges County, Gent, to Francis Goodrick of CC, Gent. Caecilius, Lord Baron of Baltimore, by his patent dated Mar 10, 1673, did grant to Elizabeth Wharton, wife of Jesse Wharton, all that tract of land called Barbadoes, lying in CC on the east side of the main run of Portobacco Cr, and being part of Pangiuah . Mannor, expressing to contain about 1000 acres. Sd Elizabeth afterwards became the widow and relict of Colo William Digges, father of the sd John Digges, who did, on Oct 4, 1697, convey the same unto her son Edward Digges, who, by his will, devised the same unto sd John Digges. Now this deed witnesses that sd John Digges, for 316 £ sterling money of Great Britain, sells to sd Francis Goodrick all that, parcel of land, being part of the afd tract called Barbadoes, bounded by a tract of land called Beach Neck, a tract of land called Durham Freehold now in the possession of John Beale, containing and now laid out for about 702 acres. Signed - John Digges. Wit - A Contee, John Nelson. Eleanor, the wife of John Digges, relinquished her right of dower in and to the within mentioned land and premises, before John Smith, a Justice of the Provincial Court of Maryland.
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Charles County Liber M No. 2 Page 165.
At the request of Henry Darnall of Prince Georges County, the following deed was recorded this Jun 10, 1729.
May 16, 1729 from John Digges of Prince Georges County, Gent, to Henry Darnall of the county afd, Esq, all that tract of land in CC, part of a tract called Barbadoes, bounded by John Dodson's line in the east line of sd tract and at the south line of Francis Goodrick's part thereof, containing and laid out for 1500 acres. This deed is in exchange for 1500 acres in Baltimore County. Signed - Jno Digges, Henry Darnall. Wit - Edward Sprigg, Henry Witham, Jn Magruder, Wm Digges, Edwd Neale.
May 29, 1729. Then came sd Jno Digges before us, two Justices of Prince Georges County, and acknowledged the within deed, and also Eleanor Digges, wife of the sd John Digges. Signed - Jno Magruder, Edward Sprigg.
Jun 4, 1729. Then came sd Henry Darnall before us, two Justices of Prince Georges County, and acknowledged the within deed, and also Anne Darnall, his wife. Signed - Jno Magruder, Edward Sprigg.
Prince Georges County. These are to certify that John Magruder and Edward Sprigg, Gent, are JPs of Prince Georges County. Signed Jun 6, 1729 - Alexr Contee, Clk Curpred.
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Prince George's Land Records 1739-1743 - Liber Y - Page 529.
Aug 21, 1742 from Francis Goodrick & Mary, his wife, of Charles County, to Daniel Jenkins of PG, planter, for 10,000 lbs of tobacco and for other valuable causes, one moiety of that tract of land called Axmantown, situated in PG, the other moiety being the property of Jno Lanham, and now or late in the possession of the sd Lanham, which moiety contains about 219 acres, as by the survey will more fully appear, bounded by Robert Wade's land on Piscataway Branch, the north line of Dublin, containing and now laid out for about 438 acres, to be holden of the Manor of Zachia, as by the original patent & certificate. Signed - Fran. Goodrick. Wit - Thos Owen, Jno Hawkins Jr. Sd Mary Goodrick relinquished her right of dower to the lands within mentioned. Recorded Sep 8, 1742.
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Charles County Land Records 1775-1782; Liber V#3; Page 325. Doc 19, 1778 from James Reeves of CC, Gentleman, to Clement Butts of CC, planter, for 71 £ 1 shilling, lot #6 in Charles Town commonly called Port Tobacco, lying on the west side of the main Road loading through the sd Town, the lot having been previously willed by Francis Goodrich to Richard Goodrich of CC. signed - James Reeves. Wit - Walter Hanson, W.H. Jenifer. Margaret, the wife of the sd James Reeves, relinquished her right of dower to the lands within mentioned. Recorded Jan 2, 1779
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 321-139: BARBADOS: 1000 acres; Possession of - 1000 Acres - Digges, Edward: Surveyed 24 July 1679 for Elizabeth Wharton in his lordships manor of PANGUYA on the East side the main run of Port Tobacco Creek: Other Tracts Mentioned: PANGUYA MANOR; ; ; Conveyance notes - 200 Acres - John Parnham from John Digges; 27 Sept 1728, 702 Acres - Francis Gooderick from John Digges; 27 Sept 1728,1500 Acres - Henry Darnell from John Digges; 16 May 1729, 220 Acres - John Thompson from John Digges; 1 May 1730, Henry Darnell & recorded from C. Digges & recorded, Edward Neale & John Hall; 4 June 1733, ,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 317-114: BEECH NECK: 1000 acres; Possession of - 500 Acres - Lynes, Philip: 500 Acres - Rozer, Notley: Surveyed 17 Dec 1663 for William Heard on the East side of the main fresh of Port Tobacco Creek (in dispute between Philip Lynes & Notley Rozer, half this is Philip Lynes.): Conveyance notes - 480 Acres - Francis Gooderick Jr. from William Bladen Esq; 3 July 1716, 1000 Acres - Resurveyed into BEECH NECK 20 Sept 1715 folio 387,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 387-68: BEECH NECK: 480 acres; Possession of - 278 Acres - Jeremiah Chase (sp?): 122 Acres -Ralph Faulkner: Patent issued to Walter Pye assigned of Notley Rozer for 480 acres being Moiety of BEECH NECK beginning at the bound White Oak the beginning of DURHAMS FREEHOLD, pat 10 July 1715: Other Tracts Mentioned: DURHAM FREEHOLD; ; ; {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, 480 Acres - Ralph Faulkner from Walter Pye; 9 Mar 1736,278 Acres - Jeremiah Chase (sp?) from Ralph Faulkner; 19 July 1749,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 387-69: BEECH NECK: 480 acres; Possession of - 480 Acres - See Notes: Patent issued to William Bladen Esq for 480 Acres being the other Moiety of BEECH NECK beginning at the bound gum tree the beginning of said BEECH NECK (pat10 July 1715 ): {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, 165 Acres - Daniel of St. Thomas Jennifer from Benjamin Tasker & Edward Neale; 27 May 1752,
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Liverpool, England to Annapolis, Maryland 18 October 1716
A List of the Rebell prisoners transported into this province in the
Ship Good Speed, on the 18th Day of October, Anno Domini 1716, with
the names of the persons who purchased them:

Prisoners Names. Purchasers.
David Lander Francis Goodrich 
Goodrick, Francis (I002913)
 
71392 Sources:
Smallwood Family of Maryland and Virginia - by Mildred A. McDonald
copied from Marriage Register #1, Frederick Co, Virginia courthouse
Page: 38

record of above name wife of David Smallwood, Fred Co VA, 1794; this David
matches in time, age, and place.
m. by minister Christian Streit (per McDonnell book) 
Family F05597
 
71393 Sources:
Title: "A History of Chapman and Alexander Families" by Sigismunda Mary Frances Chapman, Virgiia Book Company, 1939, Berryville, Virginia

Charles County Circuit Court, Birth, Deaths & Marriage Records, Liber Q
Fowke, Frances, d/o Gerrard and Sarah Fowke of Nanjemy, b. 2 Feb 1691

Brown, Francis, (nunc.), Charles County, 25th Dec., 1734 ; 5th Apr., 1735.
To son William and daus. Frances and Penelope, personalty,
some of which desc. as had of Willam Cage.
Test: John Brown, Penelope Brown, William King. 21. 335.
===
Brown, Frances Fowke
Feb 2, 1691 Nov 8, 1744
Consort: Dr. Gustavus Brown
Parents: Gerard Fowke of Gunston, Staffordshire
===
===
mss1 H 7842a 1325-1416 Virginia Historical Society Library Richmond VA; G136
also Historic Graves of Maryland and the District of Columbia By Helen West Ridgely, National Society of the Colonial Dames of America;

His father, Dr. Gustavus Brown, the fourth of that name,
was born in Scotland in 1689. He settled at Port Tobacco,
was Justice of Charles county from 1726 to 1762, also chief
justice from 1748 to the same period. He married Frances
Fowke, who was buried at " Dipple," an estate of her son-in-
law Rev. James Scott, on the Virginia side of the Potomac.
Her tomb bore this record :
Here lyeth the body of Frances, wife of Dr Gustavus Brown, of Charles
County, Md. By her he had twelve children, of whom one son and seven daughters survive her. She was a daughter of Mr Gerard Fowke, late of Md., and descended from the Fowkes of Gunston Hall in Staffordshire, England. She was born Feb. 2nd 1691 and died much lamented on the 8th of November 1744, in the 54th year of her age. 
Fowke, Frances (I002262)
 
71394 Sources:
Title: "An Old Virginia Correspondence" Atlantic Monthly vol 84 issue 504 October 1899 pages 535-549 
Brandt, Jacob (I013179)
 
71395 Sources:
Title: "Charles County, Maryland. My Colonial Relations Plus Others"
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THOMPSON, Thomas, Charles Co. 30 Nov 1749 1 Jan 1749/50
To son Thomas Thompson, wearing apparell.
To dau. Mary Carbery, Negro woman Sary.
To grandson Thomas Carbery, Negro girl Heneristo.
To son Henry Thompson, 1 Mill share.
To dau. Elizabeth Angel, Negro woman Bess, and cattle.
To gran dau. Jane Angel, Negro boy Hery,
To son Richard Thompson, horse.
To son Joseph Thompson, land 3 tracts joining each other, "High Cliftes," 50 A., "Thompsons Delight" 120 A., and "Haply", 621/2 A.
To dau. Anne Sanders, boat and Negro man Tom,
To son Joseph Thompson, Negro girl Grace, boy Jack.
Rest of estate to son Joseph Thompson,
Son Joseph Thompson, ex.
Wit: Hatch Dent, Anne Dent, Will Eilbeck. 27.174.
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THOMPSON, ELIZABETH, Charles Co, 9 Sep, 1765 16 Oct, 1765
To bro. Joseph Greene Thompson and sister Anne Thompson, two Negroes,
To William Thompson, a ring.
To Cloe Thompson, the last years hire of my Negroes.
Ex,: Bro. Joseph Greene Thompson,
Wit: William Coomes, Senr., William Coomes, Junr, 33. 419
===
Charles County Land Records, 1733-1743; Book O#2, Page 101.
Deed of Gift. Recorded May 22, 1735 at the request of Anne Thompson of CC. I, William Thompson of St Mary's County, Gent, for the natural love I have for my granddaughter, Anne Thompson, daughter of my son, Thos Thompson of CC, I have given Anne Thompson a Mulatto slave named Martha. The slave is to be delivered to Anne at the age of 16 years or day of marriage. The slave is now delivered to my said Son, Thos Thompson, for that purpose. Signed May 17, 1735 - Will: Thompson. Wit - Sam: Hanson, Sam: Hanson
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1763-1767; Liber TT {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 484. At the request of Daniel Stephenson the following Deed was recorded October 10, 1765
Indenture made September 30, 1765: Thomas Sanders of Fairfax County, Virginia in consideration of 438 pounds 18 shillings sterling money of Great Britain paid by Daniel Stephenson, merchant of PGCo has sold a tract called "Waugh Town"containing 492 acres and beginning at a Spanish oak being the northeast corner tree of "Cuckolds Delight"and bounded by land of Benjamin Haddock; one other tract called "Chance"containing 70 acres and beginning at the beginning tree of "Yarrow Head". Signed Thomas Sanders n the presence of and acknowledged before Joshua Beall, to Christopher Lowndes and at the same time Anne Sanders wife of Thomas Sanders relinquished her right of dower
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Charles County MD Will Book 1777-1780; Page 120.
On Mar 7, 1778, letters of administration on the estate of Thos Sanders, late of CC, decd, were granted to Anne Sanders, his widow.
Securities = John Baptist Thompson and Joseph Thompson of CC. Bond = 2000 £ Appraisers: William Mconchie and Jesse Doyne. On Jun 7, 1778, the inventory was received, amounting to 583 £ 3 shillings 6 pence.
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Charles County MD Will Book 1777-1780; Page 166.
Thomas Sanders's Inventory. Jun 7, 1778.
An inventory of the goods and chattels of Thomas Sanders, late of CC, decd, appraised by us on May 11, 1778.
Includes: Negro women Marthey (45 years old), ditto (15 years old); Negro girl Molly (10 years old); 18 cattle, 43 sheep, 20 hogs; desk and bookcase with books, 1 small writing desk, 2 large walnut tables, 1 small ditto, 4 beds; 234 lbs of bacon, 25 barrels of corn; wearing apparel. Total: 583 £ 3 shillings 6 pence. Signed - William Maconchie, Jesse Doyne.
Creditors: Knox and Bailie, George Hunter.
[Kin]: Margaret Sanders, John Sanders.
Proved Jun 7, 1778 by Anne Sanders, admx of Thomas Sanders, late of CC, decd. 
Thompson, Anne (I003673)
 
71396 Sources:
Title: "Early Charles County Maryland Settlers 1658-1745", Marlene Strawser Bates & F. Edward Wright
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SPEAKE, THOMAS, Charles Co. 6 Oct. 1766
23 Nov, 1766
To granddaus. Eleanor and Elizabeth Young and Sarah Ward, 1 s. sterl.
To dau. Sarah Stone, same.
To grandson Alexr. Smith Hawings Speake, 1 slave girl and 2 slave boys,& some furniture and cattle.
To granddau. Cordalya Speake, some slaves.
To granddau. Eleanor Anne Speake, real estate.
Ex: Son John Speake,
Wit:John Speake, Burditt Hamilton, Hezekiah Speake. 35.49 
Speake, Sarah (I003911)
 
71397 Sources:
Title: "Early Charles County Maryland Settlers 1658-1745", Marlene Strawser Bates & F. Edward Wright
Title: "Register of Maryland's Heraldic Families" Vol 1
www.familytreemaker.com/users/m/c/c/Mary-D-Mccauley-SC

Greene, Francis, Chas. County, 16th Sept., 1706; 7th May, 1707.
To son Leonard and hrs., 100 A. bought from Leonard Brooke, part of 800 A., "Green's Inheritance," lying between main road of Piscataway to brother Robert Greene's Rowling Road, etc.
To son Francis all testator's land on "'The Old Woman's Branch"
To son Giles and hrs,., all land between that of sons Leonard and Francis,
To dau. Claire personalty.
Residue of personalty to child. afsd., wife's portion being reserved.
Exs.: Wife Elizabeth and son Leonard
Test: Will. Chandler., Thos. Nation, John Cament. 12. 132.

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Clements, Jacob; Charles Co. 17 Sept 1755 21 Nov 1755
To wife Clare Clements, plantation I now dwell on, also tract called "Huckle Berry Gardin."
To son Edward Clements, plantation I now dwell on, also tract called "Huckle Berry Gardin" after my wife's decease.
To son Jacob Clements and Walter Clements, parcel of land on Chickamuxon which I bought of John Speake, being pt. of tract called "The reserve," deed of purchase, dated 20 Apr 1730.
To sons John Clements and Charles Clements, 100 a. being pt., of Cornwallis' Neck whereon I now have a quarter.
To wife 1/3 pt of my personal estate.
To dau Jane Clements Negro wench called Beck and her dau called Pegg.
To son Edward Clements, Negro lad called Michael.
To son Jacob Clements, Negro lad called Nace.
To son Walter Clements, Negro boy called Harry.
To son Francis Clements, Negro called Turner and Negro boy called Tom.
To son John Clements, Negro boy called Joe.
To son Charles Clements, Negro boy called Andrew.
To dau Martha Clements, Negro woman called Sarah and her dau called Hannah.
To dau Clare Sanders, woman's saddle and bridle.
To granddau Anne Wheeler, Negro girl Rose.
To heirs of my dau Elizabeth Wheeler, (now deceased) 1 shl. sterl. each.
remaining pt. of estate to be divided among my sons: Edward Clements, Jacob Clements, Walter Clements, Francis Clements, John Clements, and Charles Clements.
Wife Clare Clements, and son Edward Clements, exs.
Wit: Joseph Gardner, John Carner, Thos. McPherson. 29. 541 
Green, Clare (I003635)
 
71398 Sources:
Title: "Early Charles County Maryland Settlers 1658-1745", Marlene Strawser Bates & F. Edward Wright 
Speake, Anne (I003912)
 
71399 Sources:
Title: "Hall Family of Calvert County," Maryland Genealogies, pp. 26-38
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Thomas Low 26.155 A SM £105,8.2 £22,19,3 Mar 22 1706
Payments to: Robert Hamet, Thomas Price, Mr, Muchamp, Henry Bacon, Mr, John Coode, John Baker, Dr. Richardson, Tobias Tole, Samuel Grasly,
Administratrix: Frances Low.
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Bennett Lowe, Eeq. 5.287 A SM £1315.16.7 £1460.19.11 Dec 19 1723
Payments to: Randolph Morris, Edmond Plowden, John Langley, Mr. Amos Garrett, Mr. Cesar Ghiselin, Samuell Rowland, Rev. Robert Scott, John Compton, Thomas Compton, John Jones, Charles Neal, Thomas MacWilliams, Ann Leiger, Thomas Dillon, John Stapleton, George Forbes for Charles Hoskins, Henry Rigby, John Gibbing, Michael Raley, Robert Goldebury, Thomas Hill.
Distribution to (equally): widow (unnamed), Mr. Charles Diggs who married a sister (unnamed), Mr. Henry Darnall, Mrs. Mary Lowe (sister), Mrs. Dorothy Lowe (sister), accountant (brother).
Administrator: Nicholas Lowe.
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William Lawrence 21.419 SM £27,17.11 Jul 10 1736 Jul 31 1736
Appraisers: John Lynch, Gilbert Mackey,
Creditors: John Armstrong, William Shale.
Next of kin: Catherine Saellin, Frances Low.
Administratrix/Executrix: Victorius Larrence.
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Nicholas Lowe, Esq. 10.263 A SM £1310.6.10 £2127.9.4 May 21 1730
A second inventory is cited, for Cecil County, in the amount of £720.6.7.
Received from: Mr. John Digges, Col. John Baker.
Payments to: Henry Darnall (of Portland Mannor), David Makgill, John Lake, John Lane, Mary Spalding, William Woodburn, John Maners, John Gibson, Mr. William Cumming, John Jordan, Elisabeth Cole, Anne Leidger, Charles Ganyott, James Hogans, Mr. Philip Key, Owen McCannas, William Hallas, Francis Herbert, Mary Young, John Abell per John Johnson Sothown who received a judgement against Ebenezar Cook (deceased was a special bail) per Mr. Philip Key, Col. James Haddock (administrator of Bennett Lowe, Esq.), accountant who married Susanna Maria Lowe (sister), Mr. Henry Darnall (of Portland Mannar) who married Elisabeth Lowe (sister), Mr. Edward Neale who married Mary Lowe (sister), Mr. Francis Hall (also Halle Francis) who married Dorothy Lowe (sister), Edward Henry Calvert, Esq., Edmond Jenings, Esq.
Legatees: Mary Young.
Witnesses (to declaration by Mary Young): John Abbington, William Cumming.
Administrator: Mr. Charles Digges (gentleman) of Prince George's County.
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1749-1752; Liber PP {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 20. At the request of William Digges the following Deed was recorded December 20, 1749
I Francis Hall and Dorothy Hall his wife in consideration of the natural love and affection which they bear unto their daughter Eleanor Digges and for diverse other good causes and considerations them thereunto especially moving have given her 500 acres being part of a tract called "Millwood Park" containing 1050 acres which said tract was formerly laid out by partition between Henry Darnell against Henry Lowe and Susannah Maria Lowe his wife. Signed Francis Hall, Dorothy Hall in the presence of Richard Smith, Basil Waring and acknowledged before John Cook, Mordecai Jacob at the same time Dorothy Hall wife of Francis Hall relinquished her right of dower.
December 20, 1740, then received of William Digges, Jr, the sum of 10 shillings sterling as an alienation fine by order of Benjamin Tasker Esq. agent of the Right Hon. the Lord Proprietor of Maryland. John Hepburn
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1769-1772; Liber AA 2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 31. At the request of Notley Young the following Deed was recorded November 1, 1769
Indenture made July 17, 1769; Francis Hall, Gentleman in consideration of 41 pounds 7 shilling sterling paid by Notley Young, Gentleman has sold a tract being part of "Collington Manor" called "Hall's Addition" containing 54 acres and beginning at a pear tree being the beginning of "Young's Purchase" and the second boundary of "Elizabeth's Purchase" in the possession of Elizabeth Simmons and bounded by "Higgins Purchase" in possession of William Higgins and the southwest corner of Notley Young's part of "Young's Purchase". Signed Francis Hall in the presence of and acknowledged before Joseph Sprigg, Richard Duckett, Jr., and at the same time Dorothy Hall wife of Francis Hall relinquished her right of dower 
Lowe, Dorothy (I003182)
 
71400 Sources:
Title: "Register of Maryland's Heraldic Families" Vol 1
Title: "Early Charles County Maryland Settlers 1658-1745", Marlene Strawser Bates & F. Edward Wright
Title: Chris Kennedy (jkenned4@san.rr dot com)
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Charles County Maryland Will Book AF-11, 1791-1801,{Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 90.
Giles Green Sr., May 2, 1792; June 18, 1792
I, Giles Green Sr. of CC being at present of imperfect health but of sound memory disposing mind and understanding;
To grandson Joseph Green of Giles all the land I possess whereon my mansion house stands. Also negros; Harry, Nan, Billy being children of Jude.
To son Giles Green, negro Jack
To son Charles Green, negro Jude and her children, Suck, Charles, Milly and Pat.
To my granddaughter Elizabeth Green, negro man Ignatius and negro woman Lott
To my granddaughter Sarah Green, negro woman Winny
To my grandson Giles Thomas, on negro Walter, cow and calf.
To my daughters Clare Green and Elinore Machatte (McAtee) and also to Leonard Clements, five pounds currency to each.
To my two sons and my two granddaughters, viz, Giles Green, Charles Green, Elizabeth Green and Sarah Green residue of my estate.
Executor: sons Giles Green, Charles Green and grandson Joseph Green of Giles
Signed May 2, 1792 Giles Green
Wit - Leonard Neale, Wilfred Green, Lewis Green
Probated on June 18, 1792 by Joseph Green and witnesses Leonard Neale, Wilfred Green Lewis Green who made oath that they saw the testator sign and seal this will.
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Charles County, Maryland, Inventories,1791-1797; Page 159.
Giles Green Sr - Inventory. Late of CC, decd.
Negro men: John (31 years old) , Nace (49). Negro women: Jude (46), Sarah (44) , Winny (24). Negro lad Harry (17) . Negro girls: Nan (16), Pat (10), Milly (2), Sal (1). Negro boys: Bill (O . , Charles (12) .
Total amount: £593.12.8.
Signed Aug 20, 1792 - William McPherson, Saml H McPherson
Creditor: Matthew Bair.
CC, Jul 22, 1793. Then came Joseph Green, executor, and made oath.
Certified by John Muschett, Registrar of Wills
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Greene, Francis, Chas. County, 16th Sept., 1706; 7th May, 1707.
To son Leonard and hrs., 100 A. bought from Leonard Brooke, part of 800 A., "Green's Inheritance," lying between main road of Piscataway to brother Robert Greene's Rowling Road, etc.
To son Francis all testator's land on "'The Old Woman's Branch"
To son Giles and hrs,., all land between that of sons Leonard and Francis,
To dau. Claire personalty.
Residue of personalty to child. afsd., wife's portion being reserved.
Exs.: Wife Elizabeth and son Leonard
Test: Will. Chandler., Thos. Nation, John Cament. 12. 132.
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Virlinda Sanders 37.429 CH £210.5.3 Jan 12 1748 Mar 11 1748
Appraisers: John Stone, Richard Stone.
Mentions: Francis Green, Giles Green.
Mentions: John Theobalds, Robert Mason for David Ross.
Administrator/Executor: Thomas Sanders.
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Angush Ross 65.88 CH £35.12.5 Dec 1 1756 Jan 26 1758
(also Angus Ross)
Appraisers: Giles Green, Sr., Alexander MacPherson, Jr.
Administratrix: Ann Thompson.
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CRAYCROFT, BENJAMIN, 31 Dec. 1771 10 Mar, 1772
Nephew Thomas son of brother Ignatius Craycroft. Nephew Clement Craycroft son of brother Charles. Ignatius Matthews son of William Matthews. Nieces Anne and Jane Craycroft daus. of brother Charles. Cousin Sophia Seigh wife of William, Niece Anne Matthews In France at the Nunnery of the Poor. To Anne Matthews dau, of William. To Eloner, Elizabeth and Benjamin the three children of Henery Wood. Nephew Joseph Green son of Giles Green. Nieces Eleoner, Jane and Henriter daus. of brother Ignatius. Nephew Nicholas Craycmoft son of brother Charles. Mentions the Rev. Mr. George Hunter.
Tract: "Sandy Level," lease of Mr. John Pye.
Ex. Nephew William Matthews and his dau. Susanna.
Wit: John Sanders, Walter Clements. 38.555
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Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 623. Mar 28, 1765 from Giles Green of CC, planter, to Edward Green, son of the sd Giles Green of CC, planter, for the natural love that he has for sd Edward Green, his son, and for the better maintenance of the sd Edward Green, he has given sd Edward Green, all his, sd Giles Green's right to the plantation he, sd Edward Green, now dwells on, and also all that part of Greens Inheritance that he, sd Giles Green, has any right to, that lies on the east side or right hand of the main Road that leads from Portobacco in CC to Piscataway in Prince George's County, containing about 100 acres. Signed - Giles Green. Wit - Sam: Hanson*, George Lee*. Recorded Mar 29, 1765.
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Charles County Land Records 1786-1790; Liber D#4; Page 554. Letter of Notice, recorded at the request of General William Smallwood. The following depositions and proofs were lodged with the CC Clerk, to be recorded pursuant to the directions of an Act of Assembly passed in 1779 and entitled, an Act to establish a mode to perpetuate testimony.
William Smallwood of CC, wanting to perpetuate the testimony of sundry witnesses respecting the title of the following tracts of land called Allansons Folly and Saint Davids, for which actions of ejectment have been brought and are now depending in the General Court of Maryland between Thomas Rookwoods, lessee, plaintiff, and John Brawner and William Jones, tenants of sd William Smallwood, gave the following notice to William Cooke of Annapolis, the Atty at Law for sd Thomas Rookwood, he, sd Rookwood, being absent and residing out of the State of Maryland - to wit

No. 13. The deposition of Giles Green, aged about 101 years, says that he was well acquainted with old Edward Rookwood, that Edward Rookwood died about 72 or 73 years ago, and that Thomas Rookwood, the only son of Edward Rookwood, after the death of Edward Rookwood, heired and entered into possession of all his father's lands and other property, and lived on a plantation on the mouth of Chickamuxon Cr above the Ferry whereon Thomas Brooke lived, and that John Speake lived adjoining and just above Thomas Rookwood on Chickamuxon Cr on the plantation where William Winters afterwards lived, and that Richard Speake lived on the east side of the Reedy Run, a little way back from the sd Cr, that this Deponent lodged once at Thomas Rookwood's on sd plantation, who lived there, that this Deponent went after 2 cows and calves for old Mr. Samuel Hanson, who was Clerk of CC, and that Thomas Rookwood delivered him the cows and calves for sd Hanson, that sd Thomas Rookwood, after the death of his father, Edward Rookwood, always lived and died on sd plantation, and James Simmes lived on the same plantation on the hill above where Chickamuxon Warehouse was since built. This Deponent always lived about 12 or 15 miles from sd Edward Rookwood, but that he never was at sd Rookwood's house, but often saw him at public places, that sd Rookwood was fond of company, drinking, and card playing. Signed Jun 5, 1789 - Giles (G his mark) Green. Wit - Dan Jenifer*. 
Green, Giles (I003634)
 

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