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

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71551 son of George Carrington and Anne Mayo
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Paxton Marshall's page 104

THE CARRINGTONS.
(c) George Carrington, son of Paul Carrington, came from the Barbadoes, about the year 1727, and settled at the falls of James River. About 1732, in his 21st year, he married Anne, the daughter of William Mayo, then in her 20th year. Both died in February, 1785. They settled in Cumberland County, and had eleven children, of whom Edward Carrington was the eighth. He was a gallant officer in the Revolution. He was born February 11, 1748, and died October 28, 1810. He married Elizabeth Jacquelin Ambler, sister of Mr. Marshall's mother, (See Ambler chart, No. 50).
He was, therefore, by marriage, the uncle of Mr. Marshall, and he was named for him. As to the progenitors of Mrs. Marshall, see the Lewis chart (150); Her parents were Mary C. Lewis and John Peyton. She was an only child. After her father's death, her mother married Thomas Nelson 
Carrington, Edward (I104182)
 
71552 son of Henry and Elizabeth McDaniel Hudson of King George Hudson, Richard Henry (I024384)
 
71553 son of Hezekiah Beall and Margaret Willis. 1850 census lists the family in Jefferson County , West Virginia Beall, George Brooke (I094909)
 
71554 son of James A. BARTLETT and Rachael PIERCE. Bartlett, William (I091406)
 
71555 son of James Taylor and Martha Thompson
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typ patent
ref VPB 22 p215
dat 15 Mar 1744/45
to Zachary Taylor
re 1000a N side North anna River in St Georges par. Spots.Co. loc -12954 18327 F127 L0 P255
pt A) 2 pines thence S27E 285P ln s27e; 285p;
pt B) pine and white oake on a Ridge thence N49E 550P ln n49e; 550p;
pt C) white oak and pine thence N22W 228P ln n22w; 228p;
pt D) 2 pines in the head of a Valley thence S80W 160P ln s80w; 160p;
pt E) 3 pines on a hill Side thence SW 424P to the beginning lc sw; 424p;
end
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1725-1728 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book A; {Antient Press}: Page 275-276
THIS INDENTURE made October the Third in the year of Our Lord God
seventeen hundred and twenty seven, Between JAMES TAYLOR of Drysdale Parish in the County of KING and QUEEN of one part and ZACHARY TAYLOR of Saint George Parish in County of Spotsylvania of other part, Witnesseth that whereas JAMES TAYLOR by Indenture baring date the day before the date of these presents for the consideration therein mentioned, did grant and confirm unto ZACHARY TAYLOR his heirs one parcell of land containing one thousand acres be the same more or less which is part of a Patent granted to JAMES TAYLOR lying on both sides of the LITTLE MOUNTAINS and South side the RAPADAN in Saint George Parish in Spotsylvania County and is bounded, Beginning [the description of the bounds of the land is repeated as in the Lease above] To have and to hold the land and premises with appurtenances unto ZACHARY TAYLOR his heirs by virtue of these precents and of the Statute for transferring uses into possession;
NOW THIS INDENTURE witnesseth that JAMES TAYOR as well for and in consideration of the naturall affection and love which I have and bare unto my well beloved Son, ZACHARY TAYLOR, as also for other good causes and considerations me at this presents especially moving hath and by these presents doth release and confirm unto ZACHARY TAYLOR his heirs all the aforesaid tract of land and premises, To have and to hold the land and premises with all advantages and profitts to ZACHARY TAYLOR his heirs and for no other purpose, ZACHARY TAYLOR his heirs paying the quit rents which hereafter yearly come due for the same to the Chief
Lord or Lords of the Fee for the time being, In Witness whereof the parties to these presents Indentures interchangeably have sett their hands and seals the day and year first above written
Signed sealed and delivered in presents of us
ROBERT POLLARD, JUNR. JAMES TAYLOR
JOHN SCOTT
THOMAS SLAUGHTER
At a Court held for Spotsylvania County November the Seventh 1727
JAMES TAYLOR, Gent., acknowledged this his Deed of Release for Land unto ZACHARY TAYLOR which at the motion of THOMAS CHEW, Gent., in behalf of the said ZACHARY was admitted to Record
Test JOHN WALLER, Clk Cur
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SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTY DEED BOOK A, 1725-1728; Antient Press; Page 294,
THIS INDENTURE made the Sixth day of September in the year of Our Lord one thousand seven hundred and twenty six; Between EDWARD TINSLEY of the County of KING and QUEEN of one part and WILLIAM CRAWFORD of County of Spotsylvania on the other part; Witnesseth that EDWARD TINSLEY in consideration of sum of five shillings starling money to him in hand paid by WILLIAM CRAWFORD the receipt whereof he doth acknowledge hath and by these presents doth bargain and sell unto WILLIAM CRAWFORD his heires all that tract of land containing one hundred acres which tract of land EDWARD TINSLEY did purchase of Collo. JAMES TAYLOR as will by the Records more plainly appear sittuate in Spotsylvania County and bounded; Beginning at a Spanish Oak and two Poplars corner of the Divideing Line between ZACHARY and ERASMUS TAYLOR running thence North sixty five degrees East one hundred twenty six poles to a corner tree of THOMAS JACKSON's, thence South twenty five degrees East one hundred twenty six poles to two small red Oakes on a hill in JOHN RUCKER's line, thence South sixty five degrees West one hundred twenty six poles to a Spanish Oak in Mr. BAYLOR's line, thence North twenty five degrees West one hundred and twenty six poles to the first mentioned beginning corner tree the land lying four square each line containing exactly one hundred twenty and six poles together with all rents issues and profitts of the premises; To have and to hold the land and preiniaea with appurtenances unto WILLIAM CRAWFORD his heirs from the day before the date hereof dureing the term of one whole year thence next ensueing paying therefore the yearly rent of one ear of Indian Corn at the Feast of Saint Michaell the Archangel' if lawfully demanded to the intent that by virtue of these presents and of the Statute for transferring uses into possession WILLIAM CRAWFORD may be in the actuall possession of the premises and thereby enabled to accept a grant of the inheritance thereof to him and his heirs, In Witness whereof the parties to these presents interchangeably have Signed sealed and delivered in presence of us
JAMES TAYLOR EDWARD his mark TINSLEY
ROBERT GREEN
JOHN FINLASON
At a Court held for Spotsylvania County March the 5th 1727
EDWARD TINSLEY acknowledged this his Deed of Lease for land unto WILLIAM CRAWFORD and at the motion of JOSEPH HAWKINS in behalf of the said CRAWFORD the same was admitted to Record
Test JOHN WALLER, Clk Cur
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ORANGE COUNTY ROAD ORDERS 1734-1749 {Ann Brush Miller}
24 February 1737, O.S. p. 261
The Petition of Zachary Taylor Gent in behalf of Cherry Bryan to keep an ordinary in this County at the Southwest Mountains is granted the said Bryan giving Security in the Clks office.
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ORANGE COUNTY ROAD ORDERS 1734-1749 {Ann Brush Miller}
27 April 1738, O.S., p. 300
Robt: Bohannan is hereby appointed Overseer of the road from the Laurell to Zachary Taylors Ordnary and its ordered that he Clear the Same with Baylors Tithables who are thereby exempted from all other roads and its further orderd that the said Robt: Bohannan cause the Highways to be cleared and bridges repaired in the said precinct according to Law.
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ORANGE COUNTY ROAD ORDERS 1734-1749 {Ann Brush Miller}
27 April 1738, O.S. p. 300
Zachary Taylor Gent is hereby appointed overseer of ye road from the Church to ye tombstone and its ordered that all ye male tithables of John Rucker John Gaugh George Anderson Wm Crosthwait Robert Adams Hezekiah Rhods Wm Rhods John Davison Samuel Drake Zachy Taylor James Taylor Danl McCarty Wm Hawkins Wm Smith Wm Bell Robt: Bickers John Collins Jeremiah Dare and Charles Steuart work on ye same & that they be hereby exempted from all other roads And its further ordered that the said Zachary Taylor cause the Highways to be cleared & the bridges repaired in the said precint according to Law.
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ORANGE COUNTY ROAD ORDERS 1734-1749 {Ann Brush Miller}
27 September 1739, O.S. p. 65
Ordered that the road petitioned for by the Inhabitants of Pomunkey be made according as laid off by Zachary Taylor George Taylor & John Rucker Gent vizt to begin at pleasant run and to continue up the road near the Course the road runs, crossing Terrys run at John Griffins ford thence along the old path crossing the river at Thomas Cooks ford thence up the ridge to about three miles from the Church thence the nighest way into the mountain road right agt Capt: John Ruckers And that Mr: Claytons John Vivins tithables and all the tithables in the fork of pomunkey /: excluding Charles Steavens.s David Caves and Abraham Mayfields:/ do Assist in Clearing the Same & be exempted from the old road And John Brockman is hereby made Overseer of ye sd road And its further ordered that ye sd John Brockman cause the sd road to be cleared & bridges to be made in ye sd road where Occasion shall be And that he keep the said road with the said tithables in repair according to Law. 
Taylor, Zachariah (I024312)
 
71556 son of Jean de la Chaumette Shumate, Samuel (I078653)
 
71557 Son of John and Elizabeth Parks, Richard (I043157)
 
71558 son of John Catlett IV and his wife, Anne Tapper Catlett, Thomas (I062080)
 
71559 son of John CHATHAM and Elizabeth WRIGHT?

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1777 - James Chattam, Private, Militia, 12th Battalion, Capt. John Hanson's Company, 1777.
Source: Peden, Henry C., Jr., "Revolutionary Patriots of Charles County, Maryland, 1775-1783," p. 50.
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Charles County Land Records 1782-1786; Liber Z#3; Page 60. Bill of Sale. CC. I, James Chatham (Chitham) of Prince Georges County, for 125 , do make over to Charles Mankin, a Negro man called Isaac. Signed Mar 2, 1784 - James (5 his mark) Chatham. Wit - Quinton Ratliff. Recorded Apr 24, 1784.
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Charles County Land Records 1790-1792; Liber K#4; Page 479. Bill of sale. I, James Chattam of CC, for 32 15 shillings, have sold to Benjamin Wood Sr of CC, 3 old feather beds with some old covering, 2 small iron pots, 1 dutch oven, 5 old flagged chairs, 1 sorrel horse, 1 black mare, 1 sow & 6 shoats, 1 pewter dish and 7 plates, 2 small pewter basins, 2 iron wedges, 2 old axes, 3 old hoes, 2 old ploughs, and all the crop of tobacco and corn now growing on the plantation I now live on Signed Aug 13, 1792 - James (x his mark) Chattom. Wit - Alexr McPherson*. Recorded Aug 21, 1792.
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Charles County Land Records 1796-1799; Liber IB-2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 140. Deed: at the request of Elizabeth Keith, the following deed was recorded April 17th 1797.
Indenture made April 10, 1797; Benjamin Luckett and his wife Elizabeth Luckett, Barton Robey and his wife Priscilla Robey, John Simms and his wife Sarah Simms of Nelson County, Kentucky, James Chatham and his wife Elizabeth Chatham, Thomas Luckett and his wife Mary Luckett, Joseph Osborne Robey and his wife Verlinda (late Verlinda Luckett), Ann Luckett, Hezekiah Luckett and Henry Luckett of CC of the one part and Elizabeth Keith of the town of Alexandria in the State of Virginia on the other. Whereas the State of Maryland did by patent bearing date of November 30, 1796 grant upon the first party as tenants in common to take by survivorship a part of Zachiah Manor called "All Dispute" being that part of or divided of the said manor distinguished by the number 13 and bounded by third line of "Baltimore Bounty" to the give line of "His Lordships
Favor" and containing 43 acres. And whereas the said Benjamin Luckett, Barton Robey and his wife Priscilla Robey, and John Simms and his wife Sarah Simms did by their letter of attorney bearing date of February 7, 1797 appoint Hezekiah Luckett their legal attorney to transact all business . And recorded in the supreme court of Bardstown, Kentucky. Now this indenture witnesseth that the said part of the first part in consideration of 67 pounds 4 shillings and 6 pence current money of Maryland paid by Elizabeth Keith, hath sold the tract called "All Dispute" to her.
Signed Benjamin Luckett Mary Luckett (released right of dower)
Barton Robey Ann Luckett
Priscilla Robey Joseph Osborn Robey
John Simms Verlinda Robey (released right of dower)
Sary Simms Hezekiah Luckett
Thomas Luckett Henry Luckett
In the presence of John Thomas, William Halkerston JP's April 17, 1797
Note 1: James Chatham and his wife Elizabeth Chatham signatures are not on the agreement.
Note 2: Anne Luckett signed the agreement but did not appear before the JP's to acknowledge the agreement. 
Chattam, James (I048070)
 
71560 son of John or from Scotland?
related to the chews

could be two robert peters records merged together
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Prince George's County, St. John's and Prince George Parishes Maryland State Census 1776, pg 55
Jos Jenkins, R. Peters, 28: 20: 40
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PETERS, JOHN, Calvert Co. 17 Mar, 1748; 2 May, 1749
To son John Peters, the plantation whereon I now live, being pt. of tract "Upper Bennett.
To son John, the land near land of Wm. Liles, being pt. of 2 tracts called "Dunwin and The Clares Hundred."
To son Robert Peters, remaining pt. of 2 tracts adjoining that I bought of Henry Chew (?).
To dau. Fanney Peters, 60 A., being pt. of tract Kent's Freehold," that I bought of James Bowen and wife Mary.
To son Wm. Peters, all remaining pt. of land I bought of James Bowen and Mary, his wife, being pt. of tract "Lordship's Favour."
Dau. Fanney Peters, extx.
My friends and trustees, Richard Chiew and Thomas Reynolds.
Wit: Job Hunt, Jacob Deale, Daniel Frazier. 26. 31
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SCOTT, George, Prince Georges Co. 29 Aug, 1771; 25 Sep, 1771
To wife Elizabeth.
Children: Margaret, Ann, Isabella, Ariana, George, and children unnamed.
Mentions: will of mother in law Margaret Dick.
Son in law Robert Peter.
Tracts: Fortune Enlarged, 'Norway.'
Exs: son George and son in law Robert Peter.
Wit: John Gary, Alexander Skinner, Wm. M. Beall. 38. 383
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Montgomery Co MD Wills
PETER, ROBERT of Georgetown, Washington Co., L F f 329 10 May 1802
and District of Columbia L 2 p 180 29 Nov 1806
Sons: Thomas (now married to Miss Custis), Robert, David, George, James (under age) - all land out of Georgetown and City of Washington except "Clagett's Purchase"
Wife: (not named) - dwelling house in Georgetown
Friends: Benjamin Stoddart, Uriah Forrest, Thomas Beall of George
Dau: Elizabeth Dunlop - lot and house in Georgetown already conveyed to her
Dau: Margaret Dick - pt. of "Clagett's Purchase"
Son: Alexander S. Peter - inheritance to be in care of friends John Peter, Thomas Beall of George and Dr. John Weems
Debtor: Mrs. Broomly, formerly Mary Smith
John Peter
Cassandra Chew and daus. Harriot Bruce and Mary Broomly - lot with improvements where she now lives
Exs: Sons Thomas, Robert and David Peter; son-in-law James Dunlop
Wit: John Dunlop, J.M. Jackson, William Pierpont Richardson
Codicil dated 18 Oct 1804
Son: Alexander S. Peter - to have debts paid until "he shall become reformed from Drunkiness"
Friend: John Peter is "lately dead" and replaced as trustee by testator's son Thomas
Wit: George King, John Thompson, Henry Tuell
Codicil dated 22 May 1805
Son: Alexander S. Peter - annuity raised
Dau: Margaret Dick - lands in Montgomery Co. bought from Philip B. Key adjoining "Clagett's Purchase"
Grandchildren: Robert Dick, son of Margaret Dick; Elizabeth and James Dunlop
Wit: John Thompson, Henry Tuell, J. Thompson
Codicil dated 19 Aug 1805
Son: Alexander S. Peter - 20 pounds in full, but brothers and sisters and mother are to keep him from charity
Grandchildren: Jane and Elizabeth Peter, daus. of David Peter
Wit: John Thompson, J. Thompson, Henry Tuell
Codicil (nunc.) 8 Nov 1806
Wit: J. Weems, Eliza Honburg, Ariana French
A court case arose over will and codicils. Verdict found for defendant 15 Oct 1807
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1770-1772 Frederick County MD Land Records {Patricia Abelard Andersen}
JUSTICES OF THE FREDERICK COURT & OTHER OFFICIALS
Peter, Robert [1726-1806]. A Georgetown Merchant, who also had a large plantation in upper Montgomery County. His son, Thomas Peter married Martha Parke Custis.
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/msa/stagser/s1400/s1432/html/s1432b.html
URL title: (Chancery Papers, Index) MSA S 1432
Note:
CHANCERY COURT (Chancery Papers)
1790/12/01
3990: Robert Peter vs. William Deakins, Jr., Bernard O'Neal, Edward Burgess, Richard Thompson, John Peters, and Thomas Beall. MO. Contract to serve as securities.
Accession No: 17,898-3990. MSA S512-4108 1/36/4/
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Research by Harold D. Smith - hsmith6@sc.rr.com
According to "Frederick County Maryland Land Records, Liber F Abstracts, 1756-1761 by Patricia Abelard Andersen, (GenLaw Resources, 9346 Bremerton Way, Gaithersburg, MD 20879), pg. 8, 70, Robert Peter, Attorney in fact for Messrs John Glassford & Co. recorded 1756. I Nicholas Haymond in FC, Md., for 4000 lbs. tob and 2 5 shillings, paid by Robert Peter Attorney, sells a certain Negro boy named Jim, formerly the property of Caleb Letton. Signed 27 Sept. 1756, by Nichs Haymond before Nath Magruder, Ebenezer Fisher
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Contributed by Shirley Middleton Moller

MD Gealogical Soc. Bulletin Vol 36, No.2, Spring 1995
THE WAILES FAMILY OF EARLY MARYLAND AND SOME OF
THEIR RELATIVES ON THE EASTERN AND WESTERN SHORES
Ernest C. Allnutt, Jr., Lt. Col Aus -Ret.

Robert Peter was a very wealthy Scottish tobacco factor and merchant, and the first mayor of Georgetown appointed for one year beginning 5 Jan 1790. He had settled first in Bladensburgh, Prince Georges County about 1746 from Scotland as tobacco factor for John Glassford and County, of Glasgow, Scotland, the most important firm monopolizing the tobacco trade in the Potomac River at the time. By 1755, he had moved his operation to Georgetown and had become "the most extensive individual landowner in Montgomery [then Frederick] County, with town lots, houses, and commerical property in Georgetown, as well as farms in all parts of the County...."

Sarah Smith Wailes mother Mary Chew alias Peter was one of the two acknowledged natural daughter of Robert Peter [1726-1806]. Mary married first, Colonel Richard Smith and secondly Joseph Brumley. She died 25 Apr 1826, in Washington, D. C. In a codicil to Robert Peter's Will dated on 18 Oct 1804, he appointed his son Thomas Peter "a Trustee for Mrs. Bromly..." Robert Peter provided handsomely for the well being of his two natural daughters and their mother with gifts of both slaves and real estate during his lifetime and when he died on 15 Nov 1806 in Georgetown [see Appendix A]. 128

APPENDIX A
On 9 Jun 1767, Cassandra Chew purchased Lot #3 with improvements in Georgetown from Jacob and Rachel Furrey. She gave the Furrey's another improved lot, #62, in exchange. On 10 Jun 1767, Cassandra Chew provided that upon her death, Lot #3 would go to her daughters, Mary and Hariot; should they died without heirs, then to Robert Peter, merchant of Georgetown. On 10 Jun 1767, Cassandra Chew in a closely related transaction received Lot #29 with improvements as a gift from Robert Peter. Peter's deed of gift provided that upon Cassandra Chew's death or marriage, Lot #29 should go to her two daughters, and that if they should die without heirs, the property would go to his brother Alexander, a merchant in Glasgow.

Lot #3 with improvements, which eventually came to be known as the Old Stone House of Rock Creek Park, National Capitol Region, Washington, D.C., after many interim owners, is now a museum at 3051 M St., N.W. in Georgetown.

The well being of the inhabitants of the Old Stone House for the period 1767 to 1811 was considerably influenced by Robert Peter, Esq. Although no birth records for the Chew sisters exist, or marriage record for their mother Cassandra Chew, a deed of 5 Feb 1780 records the sale of slaves between Robert Peter and Townley Bruce "Negroes . . .given by the said Robert Peter to his daughters Mary and Harriot as by deed recorded in Frederick County." In 1765, Robert Peter had provided slaves for Cassandra and daughters Mary and Harriot. On 15 Mar 1771, he purchased two lots in Georgetown for his daughters, Lot #44 for "Hariot Peter [alias] Chew" and Lot #85 for "Mary Peter [alias] Chew." Robert Peter purchased 484 acres in 1773 in Montgomery [then Frederick] County, and promptly sold it to Richard Smith, the then present or future husband of Robert Peter's natural daughter, Mary, for "a valuable consideration."
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1752-1757; Liber NN {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 4. At the request of Robert Peters the following Deed was recorded March 25, 1751/2
Indenture made March 10, 1752, Thomas Williams, Walter Williams and Eleanor Williams in consideration of 23 pounds 6 shillings and 8 pence current money paid by Robert Peters has sold Lot Number 23 in the town of Bladenburgh as by the plat of said town. Signed Thomas Williams, Walter Williams, Eleanor Williams in the presence of and acknowledged before Mordicai Jacob, Robert Tyler, Jr., and at the same time the {un-named} wife of Thomas Williams relinquished her right of dower.
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Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 123. Power of Attorney_ We, John Glassford & John Munro of the City of Glasgow, merchants & partners trading to the Province of. Maryland (otherways designing & subscribing ourselves John Glassford & Company) hereby appoint Robert Peter of Frederick County, merchants, our true and lawful attorney, to recover from anyone in Maryland or virginia or Pennsylvania, all such money, debts, dues, goods, effects, other things that is now or in future will he due to us. Signed in Glasgow on Sep 1, 1756 - John Glassford, Jno Munro. Wit - Matthew Simson, Robert Lockhead. Certified in Glasgow by George Murdock Provost of Glasgow on Sep 1, 1755, that personally appeared before me, Mathew Simson, merchant in Glasgow & Robert Lockhead, attorney at law, residing there, and said that they saw sd Glassford & Munro sign the power of attorney. Recorded Mar 30, 1752.
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1752-1757; Liber NN {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 378. At the request of Robert Peter the following Mortgage was recorded July 19, 1755
PGCo Sct, July 15, 1755; indenture made July 12, 1755; Peregrine Mackness, Sr., of PGCo in consideration of 81 pounds 11 shillings and 4 pence sterling and 22 pounds 18 shillings and 5 pence half penny Maryland paper currency also 9660 pounds of heavy crop tobacco paid by Robert Peter of Frederick County, Maryland has sold a tract called "Waughton" in two parcels which he bought of Col. Edward Sprigg containing 492 acres; and the following Negroes, to wit, Aston, Sue, Charles, Jacob, Nan and mulatto Bess; also 8 black cattle, 40 hogs, 2 horses and 2 mares; provided if Peregrine Mackness shall well and truly pay unto Robert Peter the aforesaid sum of money and tobacco at or upon the 1st day of July 1758 then the above instrument of writing to be void. Signed Peregrine Mackness in the presence of and acknowledged before Joshua Beall, David Ross
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1752-1757; Liber NN {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 514. At the request of Robert Peters, the following Deed was recorded March 25, 1757
Indenture made January 15, 1757; Thomas Cramphin of PGCo in consideration of 41 pounds 15 shillings 4 pence sterling money and 97 pounds 1 shilling1 penny current money paid by Robert Peter of Frederick County, Maryland the receipt whereof received on February 21, 1756 as will appear by the said Cramphin assignment of a mortgage of the lands and negroes hereafter mentioned to the said Robert Peter. Hath sold by these presents two parts of a tract called "Waughton" lying on the Eastern Branch of Potomack River which parcels were mortage to me by Thomas Cramphin by Peregrine Mackaness and also six Negroes Aston, Sue, Charles, Jacob, Nan and multtalo Bess. Signed Thomas Cramphin, in the presence of and acknowledged before Joshua Beall, David Ross and at the same time Elizabeth Cramphin wife of Thomas Cramphin relinguished her righ of dower.
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1763-1767; Liber TT {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 331. At the request of Robert Peter the following Deed was recorded February 4, 1765
Indenture made January 14, 1765; Archibald Orme of PGCo and Mrs. Sarah Needham and John Abington of Frederick County, Maryland in consideration of 350 pounds 8 shillings and 9 pence sterling money of Great Britain paid by Robert Peter, of Frederick County, Maryland have sold all the five following tracts and parts of tracts of land on the east side of Potomac River at Rock Creek which said tract and parts of tracts are joining together, to wit, part of "Widows Mite", part of "Vineyard", "Addition to Vineyard", "Little Prevention" and "Ormes Luck" containing 201 acres as follows;
"Part of "Widows Mite" containing 78 acres and beginning by a cedar standing on the side of a rock commonly called by the name of Key of all Keys;
"Part of "Vineyard" containing 81 acres and beginning by a cedar standing on the side of a rock commonly called by the name of Key of all Keys by Potomac River side and the said cedar being the original beginning tree of "Widows Mite" and bounded by Cedar Point opposite to Masons Island;
"Addition to Vineyard" containing 27 acres and beginning at a bounded red oak standing on the bank of Potomac River
"Little Prevention" containing 1 acres and beginning at a bounded red oak it being the beginning tree of "Addition to Vineyard"
"Ormes Luck" containing 3 acres and beginning on the 3rd line of "Addition to Vineyard"
Signed Archibald Orme, Sarah Needham, John Abbington in the presence of and acknowledged before Joshua Beall, Christopher Lowndes and at the same time Elizabeth Orme wife of Archibald Orme and Nancy Abbington wife of John Abbington relinquished her right of dower.
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1770-1772 Frederick County Land Records; {Patricia Abelard Andersen}
39-40. Peter Spryker of Burkes County, Pennsylvania, recorded release 27 March 1770. Indenture
made 10 November 1769 between Robert Peter of Frederick County, attorney in fact for John
Glassford & Company, merchant in Glasgow. Whereas Joseph Belt of Georgetown by indenture 1
October 1762, mortgaged unto John Glassford & Co., lot #50 in Georgetown, which afterwards the
aforesaid Joseph Belt did sell to Peter Spyker, recorded in Liber L:271-272; 12 March 1768. Now
for consideration Robert Peter, Attorney for John Glassford & Co., makes good the sale.
Witnesses: Charles Jones, Andrew Heugh. Receipt. Acknowledgment
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1774-1780; Liber CC 2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 368. At the request of John Biddle & Clement Biddle the following Deed was recorded July 26, 1777
Indenture made July 25, 1777; Jacob Funck, Gentleman of PGCo in consideration of 1605 pounds 12 shillings and 6 pence common currency paid by John Biddle & Clement Biddle of the city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania has sold as tenants in common and not as joint tenants three parcels of land contiguous to each other called "Widows Mite" containing 248-1/8 acres and beginning on the west side of a rock by Potomack River which juts into the said River and is a landing place commonly known by the the name of 'Key of all Keys' and bounded on the Town of Hamburgh and the part of the tract now in possession of Anthony Holmead and Robert Peter; the "Vineyard" containing 9-3/4 acres and "Flints Discovery" containing 52 and acres, as also 22 lots in the town of Hamburgh, vizt; Lot Numbers: 8, 10, 25, 27, 32, 44, 45, 55, 76, 91, 92, 99, 103, 117, 167, 182, 187, 211, 212, 243, 247 and 269 as by the plot of the said land entered into the records in Liber AA no. 2, folio 398 & 399. Signed Jacob Funck in the presence of and acknowledged before Christopher Lowndes, Richard Henderson and at the same time Mrs. Ann Funck wife of Jacob Funck relinquished her right of dower
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Montgomery County Land Records, 1777-1781; Liber A1, Page 374. Oct 25, 1779 from Doctor Horatio Belt of Prince George's County, to Robert Peter of M, for 2000 , lot #66 in George Town, M, bounded by the west side of Fishing Lane, lot #52. Signed - Horatio Belt. Wit - Will Deakins Jr*, Richard Thompson*. Recorded Nov 4, 1779.
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Montgomery County Land Records, 1777-1781; Liber A1, Page 408. Nov 16, 1779 from Henry Riddell of Prince George's County, merchant, by Robert Ferguson (Fergusson), his atty in fact, appointed by letter of atty dated Sep 30, 1779, duly proved and recorded in Charles County Court on Oct 19, 1779, to Robert Peter of M, merchant, for 25,000 , and also in consideration that the sd Robert Peter has undertaken to pay the treble tax with which the lots and houses hereafter named, now are incumbered, and all other taxes and burthens which may hereafter be imposed on the same, and to save the sd Henry Riddell, and the other estate he has in this Country, from being chargeable with any tax or burthen which has been or may be imposed on the sd lots &c, Riddell confirms to sd Robert Peter, the 2 following lots of land in the Town of George Town in M, to wit, lot #51, bounded by lot #50, Water Street, and lot #76, bounded by the store formerly Messrs Glassford & Company, lot #75, lot #72. Signed - Henry Riddell by Robt. Fergusson his Atty in Fact. Wit - Walter Hanson, Will Harrison. This deed was ack. by Robert Fergusson. John Gwinn, Clk Charles County Court, certified that sd Walter Hanson and William Harrison, Gentlemen, were JPs for Charles County. Recorded Dec 24, 1779.
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Montgomery County Land Records, 1777-1781; Liber A1, Page 411. Jul 23, 1779 from John Waring of Prince George's County, to Robert Peter of M, for 500 , lots #25, 26, and 27 in George Town, bounded by lot #24, Falls Street. Signed - John Waring. Wit - David Craufurd, Frank Leeke. Sd John Warring, ack. this deed in Prince George's County; and Henrietta, the wife to the afd John Warring, relinquished her right of dower to the within mentioned lots. John Read Magruder, Clk, Prince George's County, certified that sd David Craufurd and Frank Leeke, Gentlemen, were JPs for sd County. Recorded Dec 24, 1779.
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Montgomery County Land Records, 1777-1781; Liber A1, Page 438. Jan 22, 1780 from Townley Bruce of George Town in M, to Robert Peter of M, for 5 shillings and for divers other good reasons, 1 penknife in name of the whole, Negro men named Ned and Peter, and all his undivided half part of the Negroes and their increase, given by the sd Robert Peter to his daughters, Mary and Harriot, as by deed recorded in Frederick County, under trust and confidence, nevertheless, that the sd Townley Bruce and his present wife may hold, possess, and enjoy, during their natural lives and her, the sd Harriot's widowhood, the whole of the slaves afd, with their increase, under the further trust that the sd Robert Peter shall convey, at the death of the sd Townley Bruce and Harrot, his wife, in case she has not married a 2nd time, all the Negroes afd, with their increase, to their child or children, as may be directed by the will of the sd Townley Bruce, or in case of his dying intestate, to the child or children of him, the sd Townley Bruce by his present wife, as may legally fall to their shares of the sd Negroes and their increase, and under the further trust that the sd Robt. Peter will, in case the sd Townley Bruce should die before his present wife and she should marry a 2nd time, make over and see delivered, as soon as may be after the 2nd marriage, two thirds of all the Negroes afd, to the child or children of the present marriage. Signed - Townley Bruce, Robert Peter. Wit - Will Deakins Jr*. Recorded Feb 5, 1780.
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Montgomery County Land Records, 1777-1781; Liber A1, Page 610. Oct 13, 1780 from Peter Spyker of Pennsylvania, to Robert Peter of M, for 4000 , lot #50 in George Town, bounded by Bridge Street and Water Street .. Signed - Peter Spycker. Wit - Daniel Reintzel, Johannes Geilhartt (Geibhartt) 22.
I, sd Peter Spyker, hereby authorize and appoint Richard Thompson, Esq, and Colo William Deakins of M, my true and lawful attys, for me to acknowledge the afd deed. Signed - Peter Spycker.
M, Nov 13, 1780. Then came Daniel Reintzel and John Gibhart before us, and made oath that they saw Peter Spyker sign, seal, and execute the within deed and power of atty. At the same time came sd Richard Thompson, and ack. the within lot to be the right of sd Robert Peter. Signed - Sam W Magruder*, Thos. Beall of Geo*. Recorded Mar 15, 1781.
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Montgomery County Land Records, 1777-1781; Liber A1, Page 623. Apr 26, 1781 from Robert Peter of M, to Bernard ONeill of M, for 12,500 Continental Currency, 3 lots in George Town, M, #25, 26, and 27, agreeable to the plan of George Town. Signed - Robert Peters. Wit - George Beall*, Thos. Beall of Geo*. Elizabeth, wife of the sd Robert Peter, relinquished her right of dower to the within mentioned land. Recorded May 5, 1781.
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1784-1785; Liber FF 2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 163. At the request of Robert Peter the following Deed was enrolled December 20, 1784
Indenture made September 23, 1784; Bartholomew Jenkins of Monongalia County, Virginia in consideration of 350 pounds currency paid by Robert Peter, of Montgomery County, Maryland has sold parts of two tracts in PGCo called the "Headach" [patented as "Headaike"] containing 150 acres and beginning at a bounded white oak standing on the brink of Oxen Run; and "Holly Spring" containing 88 acres. Signed Bartholomew Jenkins in the presence of Abraham Boyd, Cave Williams and acknowledged before Abraham Boyd, Joshua Beall and at the same time Mary Jenkins wife of Bartholomew Jenkins relinquished her right of dower
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1790-1791; Liber JJ2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 293. At the request of Joseph Messenger the following Deed was recorded October 6, 1790
Indenture made October 2, 1790; Robert Peter of Montgomery County, Maryland in consideration of 450 pounds currency paid by Joseph Messenger of PGCo has sold parts of two tracts; "Headach" ["Headaike"] beginning at a bounded white oak standing near the brink of Oxen Run and containing 150 acres; and "Holley Spring" containing 88 acres. Signed Robert Peter in the presence of and acknowledged before Samuel W. Magruder, Richard Thompson and at the same time Elizabeth Peter w/o Robert Peter relinquished her right of dower
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1790-1791; Liber JJ2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 431. At the request of Thomas Snowden the following Articles of Agreement was recorded January 24, 1791
Whereas a tract in PGCo called "Friendship" originally on October 16, 1694 was surveyed for John Addison, great grandfather to Anthony Addison of PGCo and William Hutchinson for the quantity of 856 acres which has remained undivided; the one moiety or half part by sundry conveyances became the right of Elizabeth Peter now wife of Robert Peter of George Town, Montgomery County, Maryland and the other moiety or half part became the right of Anthony Addison by inheritance. Now these articles of agreement, witnesseth that Anthony Addison and Robert Peter on behalf of himself and Elizabeth Peter his wife have by mutual consent now make partition of "Friendship" and Anthony Addison to have the lands lying to the southward and Robert Peter and Elizabeth Peter to have the lands lying to the northward of the dividing line, and do further bind themselves to each other in the penalty of 10,000 pounds currency to abide by the division. In witness whereof the parties have set their hands and seals this December 24, 1790, Anthony Addison, Robert Peter in the presence of John FA Priggs
December 24, 1790; Elizabeth Peter w/o Robert Peter do hereby agree to the division so that each party has and equal quantity of acres. Signed Elizabeth Peter in the presence of John FA Priggs, Thomas Peter
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1790-1791; Liber JJ2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 433. At the request of Major Thomas Snowden the following Deed was recorded January 24, 1791
Whereas a tract lying near the head of the Eastern Branch of Potomack River in PGCo called "Friendship" originally on October 16, 1694 was surveyed for John Addison, great grandfather to Anthony Addison of PGCo and William Hutchinson for the quantity of 856 acres but is found to contain 910 acres; one moiety or half part being by sundry conveyances the right of Elizabeth Scott, daughter of George Scott, esq, deceased and now wife of Mr. Robert Peter, merchant of George Town, Montgomery County, Maryland and the other moiety or half part by the last will and testament of Reverend Mr. Henry Addison, deceased became the right of Anthony Addison; which tract was on December 24, 1790 between Anthony Addison and Robert Peter and his wife Elizabeth Peter and Anthony Addison to have the lands lying to the southward and Robert Peter and Elizabeth Peter to have the lands lying to the northward of the dividing line. Now this indenture witnesseth that Anthony Addison in consideration of 1365 pounds current money of Maryland paid by Major Thomas Snowden has sold the southwest half part or moiety of "Friendship" containing 455 acres. Signed Anthony Addison in the presence of and acknowledged before Rd Cramphin, Wm Baker 
Peters, Robert (I033928)
 
71561 son of John Payne and Anne Jones Payne, Francis (I026024)
 
71562 son of Joseph Perry and Elizabeth Forrest.
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Jun 1725; James Perry; s/o Joseph Perry, dec'd, and of Elizabeth, now wife of John Anderson, tailor; 16 years old 1 Mar last; chose his brother Charles as guardian (PGOC L.453)
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PERRY, James, Gent., Frederick Co. -- --- ----; 18 Jan, 1771
To wife Rebecca.
Children: Charles, James Owen Perry, Rebecca Offutt, Ann, Martha, Elizabeth Willson, Eleanor.
Grandson Charles Bruce.
Tracts: "Wickhams Park, "Josephs Goodwill,' lots in George Town.
Exs. wife and son James Owen Perry. 38. 207
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James Perry 69.92 A AA 1883.0.8 May 18 1773
of Frederick County.
A second inventory is cited in the amount of 38.6.0.
Received from: Jaccob Beaway, Jon. Barker, Butters Folks, Joshua Davis, Frances Street, William Deakins, Thomas Seeding, William Seeding, Thomas Nicholls, Simon Nicholas, Archibald Orme, William Headon, Frances Boone, Jos. Shuffet, Gerard Briscoe, Alexander Offit. Payments to: Vachel Davis, Isaac Shuder, Samuel Turner, Joshua Martin, John Orme, John & Thomas Hartlye, Elias Pritchet, John Wiers, Dr. Walter Smith, Benjamin Spiker, John Ray, Norman Bruce, Walter Dulany, Esq., Mr. Thomas Bowles, John Yost, John Baily, William Magrath.
Legatees: Elisabeth Wilson, Charles Bruce, Charles Perry.
Distribution to: widow (unnamed, 1/3). Residue to (3 children, in equal amounts): Ann, Martha, Eleanor.
Executor (surviving): James Perry.
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James Perry 6.253 D FR 1516.2.9 May 14 1773
Sureties: Alexander Offutt, Samuel Perry.
Legatees: Elisabeth Wilson, Charles Bruce, Charles Perry.
Distribution to: Widow (unnamed, 1/3).
Residue to 3 children (equally): Ann, Martha, Eleanor.
Executor: James Perry.
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Perry, Charles, planter, Prince George's County, 8th Apr., 1741; 24th May, 1741.
To wife Rachel, dwelling plantation.
To son Ignatius, 100 to be used by bros. James and Benjamin and Nathaniel Wickham in purchasing 400 or 500 A. of land.
To sis. Easther (Hester), 5 to be used by Benjamin in purchasing 100 A. land.
Exs.: Rachel and bro. Ignatius.
Test: John Robertson, Ninian Tannehill, Margret Waters. 22.38
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Charles Perry 21.383 A PG 582.16.7 82.9.2 Aug 8 1745
The amount of the accounts also included 45.14.5 in sterling.
Received from: Thomas Conn, Thomas Crampton, George Tomlinson, Elisabeth Hall, administratrix of Henry Culver, executor of Robert Beale, Richard Waters, George Moore, George Atwood, Higginson Belt, William Murdock, Thomas Butler, James Lee, Ignatius Perry, Charles Chittam, Mr. Joseph Adams (merchant in London), Charles Rogers, James Biry, John Adamson, Benjamin Harris, James Lee, Sr., Samuel Beal, Grove Tomlinson, Rachel Harris, Benjamin Perry.
Payments to: Benjamin Perry, James Perry, Benjamin Perry (constable) for executing warrants on George Conn & Alexander Hall, Robert Chittam, Lord Baltimore paid to John Magruder per Ignatius & Nicholas Diggs, Dr. Spigg, Dr. John Robertson paid to William Beal, Mr. Peter Dent, Daniel Dulany, Esq., John Hepburne.
Legatees: Ignatius Perry (son) paid to James & Benjamin Perry & Nathaniel Wickham, Jr., Easter (sister) paid to Benjamin Perry.
Executrix: Rachel Pottenger, wife of Robert Pottenger.
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Prince George's Land Records 1717-1726 - Liber I - Folio: 588; Deed of Gift, 26 Nov 1724; enrolled 1 Dec 1724
From: Elizabeth Perry, widow of Prince George's County
To: Charles Perry, son, a feather bed, furniture, a young black horse, a red pyde cow and calf two deal chests, 1 small iron pot, 1 pewter dish, l pewter basin, 1 large carpenters addx
To: Ignatius Perry, son, 1 black pyde Cow and calf, 1 handsaw, 1 spade, 1 auger
To: Mary Perry, daughter, 1 large black mare, 1 heifer 3 yrs. old, small feather bed and furniture belonging to it, deal chest with lock and key and one deal box
To: Easter Perry, flock bed, 1 boulster and pillow, 1 suit of blue curtains and vallances fringed round with red and white fringe, 1 black heifer 3 years old, 1 bay mare and colt, 1 deal chest
To: James Perry, 1 gray mare, black & white yearling heifer, 7/10 due Elizabeth by bond from Griffith Davis
To: Benj. Perry, 1 bay mare 2 yrs. old, red pyde cow yearling, 7/10 owed by Griffith Davis The above items plus one wintering for the gift animals
/s/ Eliz. Perry (mark & seal)
Wit: Nicholas Davis (mark), Richard Roger.
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Jun 1725; James Perry; s/o Joseph Perry, dec'd, and of Elizabeth, now wife of John Anderson, tailor; 16 years old 1 Mar last; chose his brother Charles as guardian (PGOC L.453)
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Prince George's Land Records 1739-1743 - Liber Y - Page 618.
I, Humphry Hasledine of PG, Merchant, for divers good causes, namely, for the settling and disposing of such goods and chattels as God has blessed me with, and for the advancement and preferment of my wife, Elizabeth, and children, after my death, in such manner as is hereafter and in my will mentioned, and for preventing controversies that might arise touching the same (to the great loss and prejudice of my sd wife and children if either I should not dispose thereof in my lifetime but leave them to the disposition of the laws in this behalf, or else only bequeath the same by will, according as it is my special desire that the same should and be bestowed), I have given and by this deed of gift, do give to my friends, Nathaniel Wickham Jr and James Perry of PG, Gentlemen, all the goods, chattels, moveable and immovables, real and personal, of what name and nature or quality, forever, to the use and behoof of my last will and testament, and to certain uses and conditions. I have put sd Wickham and Perry in full possession of all my goods and chattels, moveables and immovables, real and personal, whatsoever, by the delivery of 6 pence sterling to Wickhan and Perry in the name of possession of all the premises mentioned, provided that if I, at any time hereafter during my natural life, shall deliver to Wickham or Perry the sum of 12 pence sterling and declare that it is my will and with intent to make void and frustrate this present deed, then from thenceforth this present deed shall be void. Signed Feb 24, 1742/[43] - Humphry Hasledine. Wit - Will Thomas, John Thomas. Recorded Mar 9, 1742/[43].
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Montgomery County Land Records, 1777-1781; Liber A1, Page 508. Apr 13, 1780 from Richard Wootton and Martha, his wife, of M, to William Bayly of M, for 700 1 shilling, all that lot of ground in George Town, M, which sd lot was willed by James Perry, decd, to his daughter, Martha. Signed - Richard Wootton, Martha Wootton. Wit - Charles Jones*, Joseph Wilson*. Sd Martha Wootton relinquished her right to sd land. Recorded Jun 5, 1780. 
Perry, James (I015342)
 
71563 son of Joshua Mayo and Hannah Searson/Learson (m 10 July 1707)
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Mr. Peter Johnson 57.152 AA 245.8.7 Apr 9 1754 Apr 12 1754
Appraisers: Hugh Merriken, Daniel Stansbury.
Creditors: Charles Croxali, William Lux.
Next of kin: Elisabeth Johnson, John Johnson.
Administrator: Joseph Mayo. 
Mayo, Joseph (I031561)
 
71564 son of leonard
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William Cross 78.363 BA 31.5.9 Aug 5 1762
Appraisers: R. Richards, Christopher Vaughan.
Creditors: Joseph Taylor.
Next of kin: Joseph Cross, John Cross.
Administrator: Benjamin Cross. 
Cross, William (I099513)
 
71565 son of Matthew WARD and Mary TILGHMAN
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Ward, Mathew Tilghman, Talbot County, -- May, 1741; 22nd June, 1741.
To wife Margret, dwelling plantation "Rick Rock," "Law House Plantation" and "Grosses" on Wye R. At her death to pass to cous. Mathew Tilghman.
To cous. Richard, James, William and Edward Tilghman, Mary Tilghman (Tillman), wife of William of Phila., Henrietta Maria Robins wife of George, Amea Maria Lloyd, wife of Robert, and Frances Bosnian, wife of Risdon and to poor of the Parish, personalty.
To hrs. of Ralph and John Dawson of Talbot Co. and their wives Mary and Sarah, daus. of Bryan Omale and to Henry Nicols, Rector of St Michaels Parish, interest testator has in "Galloways Bachelor Range," "Bachelors Range Addition" and "Byrons Lott." Tracts afsd. having come into testator's possession Dec. 29, 1701 to be divided bet. the above hrs. except 88 A. deeded to Rev. Henry Nicholls of St Michaels Parish.
To wife Margaret and cous. Mathew Tilghman, exs., personal estate.
To Mathew Tilghman, residue of real estate including Choptank and 600 A. "The Union" and 160 A. "Three Hicks,"
Test: Richard Porter, John Leeds, John Stains, Jo Camilton. 22. 363
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Lloyd, Edward,Talbot Co.,15th Mar., 1718; 8th Apr., 1719.
To wife Sarah, dwelling plantation , and land belonging thereto during life (excepting plantation Four Hundred Acres), at her decease to son Philemon.
To son Edward, "Thrimby Grange," "Marsgate," "Nathaniell's Point" and "Roadway," with all other lands in White House Neck, or Woolman's Neck, lying w. of "Thrimby Grange."
To dau. Rebecca, 400 A., "Darland," at hd. of Wye R., 1,000 A., "Lloyd Town" at hd. of Chester R.
To son James, "Darby," at mouth of Langford's Bay, Chester R., and tract adj., lately bou. of Joseph Milby.
To son Richard, 3 tracts at head of St. Michael's R., nr. Jno. King's, being forest plantation, and "Stock Range," at Davis's Bridge.
To Philemon afsd., residue of real estate.
50 towards building a church in St. Michl. Parish, n. side of St. Michl. R., at Dundee.
To each bro. and sister, a mourning ring, Virginialue 20s.
To wife Sarah, extx., personalty and of plate, remaining to 5 child. afsd., equally, and to divide with afsd. child. residue of personal estate.
To overseers, Robert Gouldesborough and bro.-in-law Matthew Tilgman Ward, 10 each.
Test: Hen. Nicholes, Edward Brinkworth, Thos. Crouch, Thos. Lindy (Linday). 15. 80.
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Andrew Malpass 25.69 A TA 87.16.4 70.5.11 Jun 23 1705
Payments to: Mr. James Murphy, Mr. Peck, Mr. V. Hemsley, Mr. Thomas Lawrence, Mr. Richard Macklin, Maj. Low, R. Finley, John Sydes, Mr. Samuell Withers, Isaack Hetterson ph Daniell Walker, Robert Finley, William Porter.
Administrator: Mr. Mathew Tilghman Ward. 
Ward, Matthew Tilghman (I033591)
 
71566 son of Moredock (Murdock) MCKENSEY and Jemimah CHAPMAN

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Researched by Pamela Brewer-Michael
I am descendant of Isaac and Jean thru daughter Rebecca 1805. I have census records for them in KY. Know where Rebecca lived at her death. No burial place for either of them. Some other of her children buried at Mouth of Mordica (a KY river?) 
McKenzie, Isaac (I027699)
 
71567 son of Philip Peyton and Elyzabeth Gibbes.

Philip Peyton came to Va. Aug. 30, 1665 from Bristoll, Gloucester, England. His children, at least the older ones, were born in Westmoreland County, Virginia. Philip was given 200 acres of land by William Rush who called Philip Peyton his son in law who had intermarryed with his daughter, Mary Rush.
This William Rush had been given land by father in law Francis Grey/Gray and his wife Alice Mooreman (to Maryland first) to William Rush son in law who had married the beloved daughter Anne of Francis Grey.
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1665-1669 Order Book Northumberland Co Va; Antient Press: Pg 23
Northumberland County Court 20th of October 1667
Whereas by ye Complaynt of PHILIP PEYTON, & ye Testimony of some of ye Neighbours, it appeares yt: PHILIP PEYTON & NATH: GARNER, Servants to RICH: NELMES, have grievious sores on his leggs & are very much neglected by their sd. Master, who taketh noe care to see ye sd. sores cured. It is ordered yt: ye sd. NELMES forth wth: indeavr: to get ye sd. Servants sores cured & if ye next Vestry helde for this Parish, Mr. WILLIAM WILDEY and Mr. WILLIAM DOWNINGE (who are by this Cort: desired to inquire into ye sd, businesse) shall then give their reports yt: ye sd. NELMES hath been remisse in ye effectual p:formance of what here ordered, yt: then ye Cort: to bee farther courses therein
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Stafford County Court Records, 1680; THE ANTIENT PRESS
pp. 9-(18) - 10 KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I PHILIP PAYTON have bargained sold enfeoffed and confirmed and bargain seall and confirme with ye consent of my Wife, MARY, from moe my heirs Executors Administrators or assigns one parcell of Land unto PAUL LITTLEFIELD his heirs Executors Administrators or assigns and beinge a part of ye same Land which WILLIAM BUCK made over unto PHILLIP PAYTON boundinge as followeth, beginning at RICHARD CHAPMANs Corner marked white Oakc standinge att ye head of a branch on ye East side of ye HORSE RHOADE from ye said PAYTONs Plantation, from thence down ye said branch, ye run of water beinge the bounds until! itt tomes to ye line that partes this land and ye land of HENRY COSSAM deceased, then Westerly along ye lyne of ye said COSSAM until itt comes to ye lyne of ye land of ye aforesd. RICHARD CHAPMAN, then Southerly along ye same lyne unto ye first station; To have and to hold all ye land that PHILL; PAYTON have within ye bounds above said bee itt more or less supposed to be Fifty acres bee itt more or less with all woods underwoods and waters with all profitts in any wise appertaining to ye said land manner to all intents as usually granted by Pattent in this Colony, yeildinge and payinge ye accustomed Quitt Rents att ye accustomed tyme. And furthermore I ye said PHILLIP PAYTON doe hereby warrant for mee and my heires this Sale of Land unto ye said PAUL LITTLEFIELD his heires or assignes forever from any persons claiming from by or under me; In Witness whereof I have hereunto sett my hand and Seale this last day of May Anne Dom: 1679, and in the thirty one yeare of ye Reigne of our Sovereigne Lord King Charles the Second
Signed Sealed and delivered in ye presence of us
RICHD, CHAPMAN, PHILL: PAYTON
WILLIAM PARSONS

This Sale of Land was by Capt. ANTH; BRIDGES acknowledged and recorded ye 5th of November 79, in WESTMORELAND County Court;
I PAUL LITTLEFIELD doe assigne all my right title and interest of this within mentioned unto EDWARD POWELL, Wittness my hand this xxix of October 1679 Teste PHILL, PAYTON, PAUL LITTLEFIELD
WILL HEAD

I EDWARD POWELL doe assigne all my right and title of this within mentioned sale unto ZACHARIAH HAYNES, Wittness my hand ye fourth day of September 1680 Teste WILLIAM STARKE, EDWD, POWELL mrke.
ROBERT KINGE
This Sale of Land was acknowledged in ye County Court of Stafford by RICHARD AYLIFFE Attorney of ye sd. EDWD, POWELL unto ZACHARIAH HAYNES ye 7th day of 7br; Ano: 1680: and then recorded

I EDWARD POWELL doe by these presents constitute appoint & ordaine RICHARD AYLIFFE my true and lawfull Attorney to acknowledge unto ZACHARIAH HAYNES a certaine piece of land lying in WESTMORELAND County giving and granting to my said Attorney my full & whole power and authority about ye pre misses. As Witness my hand ye Sixth of September 1680
Testis JAMES WHITE EDWD: POWELL mrke . WILL. MUITON
Recordatr; in Cur: Cora. Stafford 8 die Septembrs 1680

p. 10(18) I RICHARD AYLIFFE doe assigne all my right and tytle of ye Two hundred and fifty acres of land more or less mentioned the other side unto JOSEPH HADNUTH of WESTMORELAND County and to his heirs; To have and to hold forever, for a valluable consideration already received, And I doe oblige myselfe to have it recorded to him in Court att any time when itt shall be required by him. In Wittnesse whereof I have hereunto sett my hand the 14th day of February 1679/80.
Sealed and delivered in presence of us JACOB GREGORY. RICHARD AYLIFFE his marke. MATHEW BUSH, his marke

This Assignment of Land was acknowledged in ye County Court of Stafford by ye sd, RICHARD AYLIFFE unto ye sd JOS: HADNUTH and recorded ye 8th of Septembr: Ano: 1680. This Assignment bath relation to a Bill of Sale made from ANTHONY HOGATT unto RICHARD AYLIFFE, dated ye 19th day of March 1674, which was acknowledged in Stafford Court by Mr. ROBERT HOWSON, ye Attorney of ye said ANTHONY HOGATT, unto ye said RICHARD AYLIFFE ye 8th of December 1675 and was then recorded

I JOSEPH HADNUTH doe assign all my right and title of halfe ye land I bought of RICHARD AYLLIFFE in WESTMORELAND County unto JNO: SIMPSON of Stafford County, and to his heires, To have and to hold forever, for a valuable consideration already received, And I doe oblige myself to have itt recorded to him in Court att any time itt shall be required by him; In Witness whereof 1 have hereunto sett my hand this 24th day of July Anne Dom 1680
Signed Sealed and Delivered in presence of us
RICHARD FLENN. JOSEPH X HADNUTH his mrke LAURENCE X SUDDARTH his mrke
This Assignment vas acknowledged in ye County Court of Stafford by ye said JOSEPH HADNUTH unto ye said JNO: SIMPSON ye 8th day of Sepembr; 1680 et Recordatr.
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STAFFORD COUNTY VA DEED & WILL BOOK 1699 - 1709; THE ANTIENT PRESS; page 44
At a Court held for Stafford County the eleventh day of September 1700.
Know all meu that I PHILIP PAYTON of Stafford County in Virga. have
sold unto JOHN TRAMMILL of the same county one certain parcel of land with a plantation lying and being in Stafford County near the head of Potomack Creek on the South side Potomack Run bounding .. beginning at a marked pine standing at place known by the name of Looked Point thence by a line of marked trees southwest into the woods near the Plantation where the said Payton now lives unto a small marked white oak a corner tree thence East unto a line that parts this land & the land of THOMAS WALLIS thence northerly or thereabouts unto a marked white oak by a deep valley thence down the same valley unto a marked each standing by a branch of Potomack Run thence down the branch to a spring which is near the old house belonging to the Plantation thence Northwest as near as may be unto a small gut or Pound that comes out of the main run thence up the run to the first station .. to have and hold as is expressed in the pattent this land hear mentioned supposing to be 80 acres be it more or less .. I Philip Payton and MARY his wife do freely make over .. unto John Trammill .. he paying the Quit Rents when demanded .. 11th day September 1700.
Presence Andrew Salisbury, Philip Payton
Edwd. Mountjoy, Thos. Ellzey Mary x Payton
Philip Payton & Mary his wife came in proper person into Court and acknowledged the deed .. and desired it be recorded whereupon it is recorded the 11th day September 1700.

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STAFFORD COUNTY VA DEED & WILL BOOK 1699 - 1709; THE ANTIENT PRESS PP. 297-299 his indenture made 14th day June 1705 between PHILLIP PAYTON of Stafford County in Colony of Virgo. Pit. of the one part and VALENTINE PAYTON of Stafford County Planter .. witnesseth for the sum 5s Sterling paid him by Valentine Payton .. also for settling & Establishing all the premises with the appurtenances hereafter mentioned & expressed in the Blood & Posterity of the said Phillip Payton (as long as it shall please God to continue the same) & for other divers good causes & weighty considerations .. hath given granted bargained & sold 50 acres of land on the South side Potomack Run being part & parcel of the land where Phillip Payton party to these presents lives on & ad-joining thereto the land of Capt. WILLIAM DOWNING & JOHN CRALLY on ye East & West sides thereof the afsd Run commonly called & known by the name Potomack Run & Phillip Payton's land being on the North & South sides thereof Beginning upon Capt. Downings land on the East side & running up the said Run to the ad John Crallys land on the West part from thence to the N=side of Phillip Paytons plantation there extending in length to the sd Downings land from thence to -the beginning on Potomack Run ..
Presence John Murfe sign Philip Payton
John Allen Sign, Phillip. Powell
At a Court held by adjournmt. the 13th day Sept. 1705
Phillip Payton in person acknowledged this deed of gift of land to his son which is ordered to he recorded & is recorded.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA DEEDS & WILLS. No. 8. Part 1; 1723-1738 {Antient Press}: pp 183-184
THIS INDENTURE made the Twenty fifth day of September in the Sixth year of Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Second of Great Brittain France and Ireland, King, Defender of the faith &c., And in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred & Thirty two, Between THOMAS SHARP of the Coty: of STAFFORD, Planter, of one part and the Reverend DAVID STUART of the said Coty:, Clerk, of the other part;
Witnesseth that THOMAS SHARP in consideration of the sum of five shillings good & lawful! money of Great Brittain to him in hand paid by DAVID STUART, the receipt whereof & himself therewith: fully satisfied & paid doth hereby acknowledge, hath and by these presents doth bargain sell demise & to farm let unto DAVID STUART & assignes one certain tract plantation of land lying on the Beaver Damms of Upper MATCHODIX in Washington Pish & Coty: of Westmorland, formerly known & commonly called by the name of THE NEWLAND & containing by estimation Two hundred acres be the same more or less, the which tract of land was formerly granted & conveyed by WILLIAM RUSH, late of Westmorld. Coty, to one PHILIP PAYTON, his Son in Law, who imtermarryed with MARY, the Daughter of sd. WM: RUSH, as by Deed bearing date the twenty third day of Aprile in the year of our Lord God one thousand six hundred & seventy eight may appear, And afterwards by PHILIP PAYTON conveyed & made over to JOHN PRATT, late of Westmorland Coty. as by two Assignmts., the one bearing date the fifteenth day of Decr. in the year of our Lord God one thousand six hundred & eighty six & the other the twenty first day of sd. Decr. in the aforesd. year, relation unto them may more fully appear; And afterwards given granted & conveyed by JOHN PRATT in Exchange for the moiety of another tract of land consisting of three hundred & sixty five acres to JOHN SHARP of sd. Coty., the Father of abovementioned THOS: SHARP, as by Deed bearing date the twenty fifth day of Febry, in the year of our Lord God one thousand six hundred & eighty seven may appear, and finally descended by inheritance in fee simple to THOMAS SHARP, the Grantor hereof, and is bounded; Beginning at a corner marked Locust standing on the South side of the aforesd. Beaver Damms of Upper MATCHODIX & being a corner tree of the land of one RICHD. CHAPMAN, & formerly belonging to JOHN WILLIAMS, and extending up the sd. Damms South West Westerly to the mouth of a Branch that falls into the sd. Damms, thence up the Branch which lyeth below the House & Plantation to a white Oak that standeth upon a Point in the fork of the sd. Branch, thence by a line of marked trees South East Easterly crossing the Horse Road untill it comes unto the line that parts this Land & the Lands of HENRY COSSUM, thence along the line of sd. COSSUM until it comes to the line of the land of the aforesd. RICHARD CHAPMAN, finally along the line of sd. CHAPMAN unto the first statiion; with all houses orchards, together with royalties of hunting hawking fishing & fowling; To have and to hold the demised premises unto DAVID STUART or assignes during the term of three years fully to be compleated, paying therefore yearly on the tenth day of Decr. to THOMAS SHARP or assignes one grain of Indian Corn if lawfully demanded to the intent that by virtue of these presents & of the Statute for transferring uses into possession DAVID STUART may be in actual" possession of the premises and be thereby the better enabled to accept a grant of the inheritance thereof; In Witness whereof the sd. THOMAS SHARP hath hereto set his hand & seale the day & year above written Signed Sealed & Delivered in presence of
HENRY WASHINGTON, _ THOS: SHARPE
FARQUHAR MATHESON,
WILLIAM PERKINS
Then received on the day & date within written the sum of Five shillings, I say reced. by me. THOS: SHARPE
Westmorld. ss, At a Court held for the sd. County the 27th day of September 1732 THOMAS SHARPE personally acknowledged this Deed of Lease of Land by him passed to the Reverend DAVID STUART, Clerk, together with the Receipt for five shillings, the consideration money thereon endorsed, to be his proper act and deed, which at the instance of the said STUART is admitted to Record
Test G. TURBERVILE, C. C. W.
Recorded the Nineteenth day of October 1732, pr. G. T., C. C. W, 
Peyton, Philip (I027200)
 
71568 son of previous wife
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1791-1798 Charles County MD Administration Accounts
Page 3. Oswald Bowie {also Boye/Bowye - 1st A/C; 86.2.11 120.13.1 Jan 7 1791
Sureties: Abraham Bowie, Isaac Bowie
Received from: Abraham Bowie, Ann Causin
Payments to: Doctor Brown
Administrator: Maryann Bowie
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1791-1798 Charles County MD Administration Accounts
Page 80. Oswald Bowie {also Boye/Bowye} - Addl A/C; 115.14.8-3/4 133.13.3/4 Jun 11 1792
Sureties: Abraham Bowie, Isaac Bowie
Received from: Abraham Bowie, John Flurry
Payments to: William Poston, John Muschett (for recording)
Executrix: Mary Ann Bowie
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1791-1798 Charles County MD Administration Accounts
Page 117. Oswald Bowie {also Boye/Bowye} - Final A/C; 125.2.10-3/4 125.2.10-3/4 Feb 15 1793
Sureties: Abraham Bowie, Isaac Bowie
Payments to: Vestry of Durham Parish, John Muschett (for recording)
Representatives: Widow and children, viz; Abraham & Isaac
Distribution: widow takes 1/3
Executrix: Mary Ann Bowie

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Abraham Boyl 50.178 CH 45.17.10 1752 Sep 18 1752
Appraisers: Edward Madox, John Elgin.
Creditors: Norman McLeod, Elisabeth Thom.
Next of kin: Sarah Boy, Aswell Boyl.
Administrator: John Boyl.
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Charles County Maryland Will Book AH-9, 1785-1788; Page 24.
Asenah Shaw's Will,
I, Asenath Shaw of CC, am weak in body but of sound mind and memory.
To my daughter Sarah Postin - all my spinning wheels and my cotton cards and my s. and all my earthen ware and my
To my daughter Eleanore Shaw - my Negro woman called Lett and her increase. Also my Negro boy called Gerard. But if Eleanore should claim any part in or to my Negro Man Jam, then Negro boy Gerrard shall be the property of my son Edward Wildes Shaw. Also, Eleoner shall have all my wearing apparel.
To my son Edward Wildes Shaw - my Negro man called James. Edward is to receive his estate when he turns 20,
To my granddaughter Rachel Postin - 1 heifer which is now on my plantation.
To my 2 children, Edward Wildes Shaw and Eleoner Shaw - the rest of my estate, to be equally divided between them.
executor: my son-in-law, William Postin.
Signed Mar 3, 1785 - Asenah (X her mark) Shaw.
Wit - Osw (Oswell) Boyd (Boueye), Thomas (X his mark) Bulman.
Probated on Apr 9, 1785 by the executor and by the oaths of both witnesses.
Letters Testamentary were granted to William Poston;
John Dent & Hatch Dent were his securities.
Appraisers: Zeph. Franklin and David L. Ward.
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Charles County Maryland Administration Accounts, 1791-1798, {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 116.
Parimus Howard - Final A/C; 37.13.11 39.13.11 Feb 11 1793
Sureties: Hezekiah Franklin, William Howard
Payments to: Matthew Stone, Thoms Stone, Furgusson & Co., Henry Speake, Oswald Boy {also Bowie/Bowye}, Thomas H. Ridgate, John Muschett (for recording)
Administrator/Executrix: Godfrey Bell & Mary his wife
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Charles County Land Records 1782-1786; Liber Z#3; Page 260. Apr 18, 1786 from Elizabeth Davis (widow of Richard) of Durham Parish in CC, to Richard Davis of Prince William County, Virginia, planter, for 30 , all that tract of land in CC, it being all that tract of land called winters Possession, which is bounded by the place where the 2nd line of Oswald Bowie's part of sd tract of land intersects the 1st line of sd land, to the beginning of 50 acres laid off out of the sd tract of land for Sithy Barker Davis, containing 60 acres 2 roods and 18 perches, and also all that part of the sd tract of land called Winters possession which is divided from the part afd described and lies between the lands of Oswald Bowie and John Davis' heirs, supposed to contain 1-1/2 acres. The afd 2 parts of Winters Possession are the whole of the lands that were devised to me by my husband, Richard Davis, decd, during my natural life, and afterwards, to his son, Richard Davis, the presnt grantee. Signed - Elizabeth (++ her mark) Davis, Rich Davis. Wit - Warren Dent, Rich Barnes {CC JPs). Recorded May 19, 1786.
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Charles County Land Records 1782-1786; Liber Z#3; Page 302. Sep 12, 1786 from William Poston and Sarah, his wife, of CC, planter, to Oswell Bowie of CC, for 27 7 shillings, part of a tract of land called Senses Delight, containing about 13 acres 2 roods and 28 perches. Signed - William Poston, Sarah Poston. Wit - Richd Barnes, Saml Hanson Jr (CC Magistrates). Recorded Sep 12, 1786


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Assessment of 1783 Charles County- Maryland State Archives Maryland State
Archives
MARYLAND INDEXES
(Assessment of 1783, Index)
1783
Charles County
MSA S 1437

William Bowie. 695 acres. CH 3rd District, General p. 2. MSA S 1161-4-10 1/4/5/47
William Bowie. Wilshire Plains, 165 acres. Notes: patent. CH 3rd District, Land p. 1. MSA S 1161-4-11 1/4/5/47
William Bowie. Wardale, 530 acres. Notes: patent. CH 3rd District, Land p. 1. MSA S 1161-4-11 1/4/5/47

Seney Shaw. 200 acres. CH 7th District, General p. 11. MSA S 1161-5-4 1/4/5/48
Seceney Shaw. Scenes Delight, 260 acres. CH 7th District, Land p. 9. MSA S 1161-5-5 1/4/5/48

Abraham Bowie. CH 7th District, General p. 1. MSA S 1161-5-4 1/4/5/48
Isbell Bowie. 106 acres. CH 7th District, General p. 1. MSA S 1161-5-4 1/4/5/48
Isbell Bowie. Bowies Triffle, 6 acres. CH 7th District, Land p. 2. MSA S 1161-5-5 1/4/5/48
Isbell Bowie. Manester Clear, pt, 100 acres. CH 7th District, Land p. 7. MSA S 1161-5-5 1/4/5/48
James Bowie. 63 1/2 acres. CH 7th District, General p. 1. MSA S 1161-5-4 1/4/5/48
James Bowie. Manester Clear, pt, 50 acres. CH 7th District, Land p. 7. MSA S 1161-5-5 1/4/5/48
James Bowie. Perrys Neglect, 13 1/2 acres. CH 7th District, Land p. 8. MSA S 1161-5-5 1/4/5/48
Ozwell Bowie. 164 acres. CH 7th District, General p. 2. MSA S 1161-5-4 1/4/5/48
Oswell Bowie. Batchelors Enlargement, 100 acres. CH 7th District, Land p. 2. MSA S 1161-5-5 1/4/5/48
Oswell Bowie. Expectation, pt, 64 acres. CH 7th District, Land p. 4. MSA S 1161-5-5 1/4/5/48
Rhody Bowie. CH 7th District, General p. 2. MSA S 1161-5-4 1/4/5/48
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Charles County Circuit Court
Land Surveys and Condominium Plats

next to Senas Delight and Bastable Enlarged

Hammils Mistake, 10 Acres, 1 Rod; Certificate
Developer/Owner: Bowie, Oswald 1787 Patent Record IC D, p. 97 0 0 MSA S 1587-1760
Hammils Mistake, 10 Acres, 1 Rod; Patent
Developer/Owner: Bowie, Oswald 1787 Patent Record IC C, p. 245 0 0 MSA S 1587-1761
Hammels Mistake, Olwald Bowie, 10 Acres, 1 Rod 1787/11/07 Patented Certificate 478 4 0 MSA S 1195-490
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Chicamuxen: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 360-58: BASTABLE: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Boyce, John: Surveyed 13 Aug 1684 for Richard Clouder: Conveyance notes - Reads John Boy, Resurveyed into Bastables Enlarged folio 460,,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Chicamuxen: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 460-560: BASTABLE ENLARGED: 150 acres; Possession of - 150 Acres - Pidgeonboy, John: : Originally called BASTABLE Re-Surveyed for John Pideonboy, 2 March 1743, beginning at a stump of an ancient bounded white oak the original beginning of the said tract, patented 18 March 1746.: Other Tracts Mentioned: BASTABLE; Conveyance notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, 
Bowie, Oswald (I060848)
 
71569 son of Rachael and Robert Bowman of Wilson/Smith Counties, TN
http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=john317&id=I1321

Will Book #5, Smith County, TN, 1805-
Dr. Joseph & Rachael Bowman with the Estate of Robert Bowman deceased to amount of sales per Sundry Statements
Sept 12, 1807 by James A. Wheaton receipt 51.25
Sept. 25 1807 Thomas Gray 3.80
Nov. 14, 1807 Lewis McFarlin acct 10 
Bowman, James (I080120)
 
71570 son of Rees Pritchard and Eleanor Evans
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FAUQUIER COUNTY, VIRGINIA WILLS, INVENTORIES AND ACCOUNTS 1759 - 1800: {John K. Gott}; Pages 358-361:
Date: 9 April 1778
HOWISON KENNER ( Will)
Elder son: Francis - the money in my son in Law's hands William Seaton, but 40 the Ballance of Money the said William Seaton ows me is 210 for that Tract of Land where John Bails and John Harril now lives which I sold to the said William Seaton for 250 and no more of my Estate I give to the above Francis but the above sum of 210.
Dau.: Betty Seaton 20 and no more
Dau.: Rebecca Clifton 10 and no more
Dau.: Mary Seaton 10 and no more
Son : George Turberville Kenner - the negroe man James he
has now in proceson and no more
Rodham Kenner, son of my son George Tur'le - parcel of land where young Moses Cumings now lives, being the Reversion of 200 a. that I bought of John Latemore and son
Dau.: Peggy and her husband Stephen Prichard - negroe woman Lucy & her son Jacob - my old house wench Letty after the decease of my wife 10
gr.son: Howson, son of my son Francis 20
son: Rodham - all the Tract of Land I live on and where
he now lives - 2 long tables & the great Glass - Dozen large Leather Chairs that is in my hall 20 cash
son: George Turberville Kenner - 2 cows and Calves
gr.son: George Seaton - son of my Dau. Betty Seaton - 2
cows & Calves and his Choice of my young mares and one good bed & furniture and my wearing apparel 10 cash
Dau.: Catey Markham and her dau. Mary Ann - 2 negroe men,
Jonathan & Abraham - 3 cows & calves - 6 head of Sheep - 2 good beds & furniture - 2 of my young mares of the youngest kind - 6 grown hogs and one Sow & pigs
gr.son: Samuel Eskridge Alias Kenner, son of my daughter
Susannah - 2 negroes - Cate & her Increase forever negro boy Fortune 100 cash to be applyed to Educate him, but in case the said Samuel should die before he comes of age of 18 then in that case I give the estate before given to my Grandson Samuel to the disposal of my Dau. Susannah - 2 cows & calves and the youngest of my mare Colts - Item I give to my Dau. .3 negroes - all my Cash and the rest of my Estate not before mentioned - it is my will that all my Estate be kept together for 3 years to raise cash to pay off my debts that my wife if living and my Dau. Susannah have the whole management of my Estate
wife: the whole of my Estate during her natural life, then in 3 years after her decease, then my Dau. Susannah pay off every Legacy & Debts before given by me - I also desire that no appraisement be made of Estate but be divided as I. have before directed
gr.son::. Samuel Eskridge - be kept at School for 10 years and
kept there after the best manner as the 100 will keep him and the over plush of my Estate if any will keep him after paying of my Just Debts
Exors: good friend Mr. Joseph Blackwell, my wife and dau.
Susannah
Signed:. Howson Kenner
Codicil:. (no date) - impower my good friend Mr. Joseph Blackwell to make such deeds to my son in law. William Seaton of the Lsrlds sold to him - when he pay off the money
Signed: H. K.
Wit.: Original Young, William Pope
Proved: 28 September 1778, o of Original Young and William Pope. Margaret Kenner and Susannah Kenner, Executrixs granted cert. to obt. probate 
Pritchard, Stephen (I089066)
 
71571 son of richard and mary [sic margaret?] Coe, William Tyler (I106700)
 
71572 son of Richard Mohun Omohundro and Anne Nancy Moxley.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA DEEDS & WILLS. No. 8. Part 1; 1723-1738 {Antient Press}: pp 75
IN THE NAME OF GOD, Amen. I THOMAS BROWNING of ye Pish : of Cople in ye County of Westmoreld. being very sick & weak but in perfect sence & memory praise be to God for ye same do constitute & appoint this to be my Last Will & Testament in manner & form following (vizt.),
Imprs. I give & bequeath my Soul into ye hands of God & my body to be decently interred at ye discretion of my Ear. herein after named;
Item. I give unto my Daughter, JANE, ye Wife of ANDREW HUTCHINSON. ye Plantation whereon I now life & ye Plantaton whereon ye sd. ANDREW HUTCHINSON now lives to ye
line formerly made dividing ye sd. HUTCHINSON from ye land whereon my Daughter, ANN WILLIAMS. Widdo: & Relict of MORGAN WILLIAMS now lives, both of wch: sd. Plantations I give unto my sd Daughter, JANE HUTCHINSON & ye heirs of her body for ever;
Item. I give & bequeath unto my Daughter. ANN WILLIAMS. Widdo. 4k, Relict of MORGAN WILLIAMS late of this County. deced., ye Plantation whereon she now lives (to ye line formerly made yt: divides this land from ye Land whereon ANDREW HUTCHINSON now lives), wch: sd. Plantation I give unto my sd. Daughter, ANN WILLIAMS, & to ye heirs of her body for ever;
Item. I give to my Daughter. JANE HUTCHINSON. Wife of ANDREW HUTCHINSON, one malottoe slave named Charles, & to ye heirs of her body for ever;
Item, I give unto my Daughter, ANN WILLIAMS. one Negroe named Toney & to ye heirs of her body for ever:
Item. I give & bequeath unto my Daughter. MARY OMOHUNDRO. ye Wife of RICHARD OMOHUNDRO, five pounds sterling wch: Mr. JNO: CHILTON, late of this County. deced., is indebted unto me & all ye lobo: wch: is now in my Dwelling Plantation( & bed & ye furniture on which I now lye to her and the heirs of her body for ever;
Item. I give unto my Daughter, JANE HUTCHINSON, ye other be, d & furniture arch: is in ve same room where I now lye to her & ye heirs of her body for ever:
Item. I give unto my Daughter. ANN WILLIAMS, all my feathers tomake i her a good bed & provided there is not, enough for ye feather bed than my will & desire s yt. all ye geese be kept together the ensueing summer & she to have ye produce of ye sd. Geese wth. wt. Feathers I give unto her & to ye heirs of her body for ever:
Item, I give unto my Daughter, JANE HUTCHINSON, one Servt, woman named SUSANNAH MURFEY, ye time of her servitude
Item. I give unto my Son in Law. ANDREW HUTCHINSON, one young Colt wch: is at ye Plantation of DANLL. JACKSON wch: was ye Plantation of GEORGE BROWN late of this County
Item, I give unto my Daughter. MARY OMOHUNDRO, one Servt. man named ABRAHAM HANCOCK & ye time of his service & one Gray Mare wch: uses in or about ye Plantation commonly known by ye name of GOLD ORDINARY. As for ye rest residue & remainder of all my Estate wch: it hath pleased God to bestow on me not all ready by me given & bequeath. I give & bequeath unto my Daughters, JANE HUTCHINSON. ANN WILLIAMS & MARY OMOHONDRO to be equally divided between them share & share alike to each of them & to their heirs for ever;
Lastly. I nominate & appoint my Sons in Law, ANDREW HUTCHINSON and RICHARD OMOHUNDRO joynt. Executors of this my Last. Will & Testament, revokeing & annulling all former Will or Wills heretofore by me made allowing & confirming this to be my Last Will & Testament, In Testimony whereof I have hereunto sett my hand & affixed my seal this 31th of Janry. 1726
Signed Sealed published & declared to be his Last
Will & Testament in ye presence of us
RICHARD DOZER, THOMAS his mark BROWNING
THOMAS TEMPLEMAN,
MARY her mark, MACKENNY
Westmoreland ss. At a Court held for the sd. County the 22th day of February 1726 The Last Will &Testament of THOMAS BROWNING, deced., was presented into Court by ANDREW HUTCHINSON & RICHARD OMOHONDRO. his Executors. who made Oath thereto, and being proved by the Oaths of THOMAS TEMPLEMAN and MARY McKENNY, two of the witnesses thereto, is admitted to Record
Test G. TURBERVILE. CI Co. VT
Recorded the Eighth day of March 1726 G. T. C. C. W.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA DEEDS & WILLS. No. 9; 1738-1744 {Antient Press}: pp 70-71
THIS INDENTURE made the 27th day of May in the 13th year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Second by the grace of God of Great Brittain France and Ireland, King, Defender of the faith &c., And in the year of our Lord 1739, Between RICHARD OMOHUNDRO & ANN OMOHUNDRO his Wife of County of Westmoreland, Planter, of one part & JOHN OMOHUNDRO of the same County, Planter, of other part: Witnesseth that RICHARD OMOHUNDRO in consideration of the sum of 8000 pounds of tobacco to him in hand paid by JOHN OMOHUNDRO, the receipt whereof he doth hereby acknowledge, hath and by these presents doth bargain and sell unto RICHARD OMOHUNDRO his heirs all that messuage or tenement where JOHN OMOHUNDRO now lives lying in Parish of Cople & County of Westmoreland containing 100 acres being part of a tract of land left to sd. RICHARD & his Brother, THOMAS OMOHUNDRO, by their Father, RICHARD OMOHUNDRO, by Will bearing date the 21st day of March 1697-8, and divided between sd. RICHARD & THOMAS the 8th day of March 1720, relation being had to the said Will & Division on Records of County of Westmoreland may more fully appear; And all houses orchards, profits and appurtenances to the same belonging; To have and to hold the plantation and tract of land unto JOHN OMOHUNDRO his heirs and RICHARD OMOHUNDRO and ANN his Wife and their heirs the plantation land & premises unto JOHN OMOHUNDRO his heirs against all persons shall warrant and forever defend by these presents; In Witness whereof the parties to these presents have interchangably sett their hands and seals the day and year above written Signed Sealed & Delivered in the presence of us
THUS POPE JAS WADDY RICHARD his mark R D OMOHUNDRO
STEWT. MINOR
Memorandum: That on the 26th day of May Anno Dom: 1740. peaceable & quiett posession of the messuage lands and other the premises in this Deed contained was delivered by RICHARD OMOHUNDRO to JOHN OMOHUNDRO according to the form and effect of this Deed. in the presence of those whose names are hereunto subscribed
THOS: POPE, JAS: WADDY
STEWT: MINOR
Received this 27th May Anno Dom 1740 of JOHN OMOHUNDRO the sum of 8000 pounds of tobacco being the consideration within mentioned
Witness THOS: POPE, JAS: WADDY. RICHARD OMOHUNDRO
STEWT. MINOR
Westmoreland sct At a Court held for the sd. County the 27th day of May 1740 RICHARD OMOHUNDRO personally acknowledged this Deed for Land by him sold and conveyed to JOHN OMOHUNDRO together with livery of Seizin & receipt for the consider- ation thereon endorsed to be his proper act and deed which are admitted to Record
Teste G TURBERVILLE, C. C. W
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http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=206&last=207&g_p=G2 &collection=NN Grant
Title Omohundro, Richard.
Publication 19 November 1695.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311.
Note Location: Westmoreland County.
Description: 1720 acres in Nominy beginning in the line of the land of Thomas Crane in the Clavis adjoining the land of Edward Washington, William Mozeley and John Barten.
Source: Northern Neck Grants No. 2, 1694-1700, p. 206-207 (Reel 288). 
Omohundro, Richard (I028800)
 
71573 son of Robert Dade and Mary Margaret Burkett
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Fairfax Co Va Wills Liber C-D, pp 234-235
Will of TOWNSHEND DADE.
I TOWNSHEND DADE the Elder of Fairfax County Gent. being sick and weak in body .. give and bequeath all my slaves and personal estate to my wife, PARTHENIA DADE .. after her decease the same be equally divided between my two married daughters, ANN WEST and SARAH TRIPLETT, my unmarried daughter being already provided for by a Deed of Conveyance executed by me and my wife, and my son, TOWNSHEND DADE, having received from me a good Education which is all the fortune I am able to give him and much greater than any of my other children will receive. I appoint my said wife Executrix .. this 21st day February 1777.
Presence Lee Massey, Towsh'd Dade
Charles Little, Francis Alexander
At a court held .. 15th October 1781 .. will proved .. admitted to record.
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Wills in Fairfax County, Virginia , Page 18
FRENCH, Daniel.

20 May 1771. 6 May 1772.

Wife: Penelope.
Legatees: Col. George Mason (friend), Hugh French (who lives with me), Sarah Triplett (niece, wife of Thomas Triplett), Harrison Manley (brother of wife), Townsend Dade (brother-in-law), John French (to have wearing apparel), French Strother (nephew), William Spencer, Elizabeth French (only daughter). Exrs: wife and Col. George Mason. Wit: Thomas Triplett, Townsend Dade, Platt Townsend.
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LAND RECORDS, FAIRFAX COUNTY, VIRGINIA, Liber A
(by Mrs. Eula K. Woodward, Washington, D. C.)
8 Apr. 1745. Lease. Townshend Dade, Fairfax Co. gent. & Gerrard Alexander, same Co. gent. 2743 A. in
Fairfax Co. granted to Robert Howson, 6000 A. Named in boundaries, Potomac river, John &Gerrard Alexander.
Wit.John Minor, DanI. French, John West, Benja. Sebastian. Apr. 16, 1745. May 21, 1745 Parthinia w.
of Townshend Dade signed release, p.372.
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LAND RECORDS, FAIRFAX COUNTY, VIRGINIA, Liber A
(by Mrs. Eula K. Woodward, Washington, D. C.)
5 Apr. 1745, Lease. John Minor, Fairfax Co. & Townshend Dade, of same Co. 400 A. granted Robert Howson for 6000 A. Named in boundaries, Potomack River, Pearson's Island, Alexanders. Jemima Minor, w. of John, signs release. Wit. Daniel French, John Pagan, John Colvill. May 21, 1745, p. 376
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Fairfax Co Va Deeds Liber M, pp. 302-303
To all Persons to whom these Presents shall come LEE MASSEY of Fairfax County sends greeting Whereas by certain articles of agreement bearing date the twenty fourth day of October 1767 between TOWNSHEND DADE of Fairfax County of one part and myself of part I have for myself and my heirs agreed and consented that CHARLES ALEXANDER of Stafford County shall convey and assure unto Townshend Dade & PARTHENIA his Wife absolutely in fee simple four hundred acres of land whereon they now live And moreover by the same articles have agreed & obliged myself & my heirs to relinquish all mine and their right & title in and to the said land unto Townshend Dade and Parthenia his wife by good & sufficient Deed or conveyance in Law when demanded Now Know Ye that I Lee Massey in performance of the said agreement and for the sum of Five shillings sterling to me paid do for me and my heirs forever quit claim unto Townshend Dade andPartheniahis Wife all the Estate right title I now or may have in that Plantation of four hundred acres of land whereon Townshend Dade and Parthenia his Wife now live In Witness whereof. this seventeenth day of December 1776.
Presence: CATHARINE DADE, Lee Massey
PEGGY MASSEY , SALLEY MASSEY ,
DADE MASSEY
At Court held for County of Fairfax 21st July 1777
Lee Massey acknowledgeld this Release to be his act and deed which is ordered to be recorded.
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Fairfax Co Va Deeds Liber M, pp. 303-304
This Indenture made the twenty first day of February in the year 1777 Between TOWN SHEND DADE of Fairfax County Gent and PARTHENIA his Wife of one part and CATHERINE DADE, BEHETHLAND DADE, ELIZABETH DADE and MARGARET DADE, four of the daughters of Townshend and Parthenia of other part Whereas Townshend Dade and Par thenia his ife are lawfully seized in their demesne in one tract of land whereon they now live situate in Fairfax Parish in County aforesaid binding on Potowmac River and containing four hundred acres ow This Indenture Witnesseth that Townshend Dade and Parthenia his Wife for the natural love nd affection which they have and bear unto the said Catherine Dade, Behethland Dade, Elizabeth Dade and Margaret Dade and for their advancement and maintenance and also for the settling the sd tract of land in these presents before specified and for divers other motives and considerations do agree with CATHERINE, BEHETHLAND, ELIZABETH and MARGARET that they the said Townshend Dade and Parthenia his Wife shall at no time hereafter be seized of or in the said tract of land
Presence LEE MASSEY, Townshend Dade
CHARLES LITTLE, FRANCES ALEXANDER Parthenia Dade
At Court held for County of Fairfax 21st July 1777
This Deed of Conveyance from Townshend Dade and Parthenia his Wife to his daughters was proved by oaths of subscribing witnesses thereto which was ordered to be recorded 
Dade, Townshend (I017018)
 
71574 son of Robert Sloan, Jr. and Ruth Beaty Sloan, James Madison (I022788)
 
71575 son of Roger Thompson, but by the ages may be a son of Roger Jr. Thompson, William (I115652)
 
71576 son of Samuel Bowling, Robert (I103129)
 
71577 Son of Thomas & Elizabeth Early Early, Jeremiah (I081887)
 
71578 son of Thomas HARDESTY and Mary FAVELL

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2911729&id=I573 167921
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Francis Hardisty and Dorcas parents of Deborah Hardisty dau b. 8 Dec 1720;
Thomas Hardisty son b. 6 Mar 1721, bapt. 23 Oct 1723; Peter Hardisty son b.
19 Sep 1723, bapt. 23 Oct 1723.
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Hardisty, Francis, All hallows Parish, A. A. County, 15th Feb., 1733; 24th Apr., 1734.
To son Francis, personalty.
Residue of estate to wife ----, extx., son Francis and rest of child.
Test: Henry Hall, John Bazill. 21.01
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Francis Hardesty 19.126 AA 237.5.10 Jul 1 1734 Nov 1 1734
Appraisers: Francis Day, Henry Hall.
Creditors: Thomas Linthicum, William Denune.
Next of kin: Francis Hardesty, Rachel Welch.
Executrix: Dorcus Hardesty.
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Francis Hardisty 15.2 A AA 237.5.10 37.12.11 Mar 11 1735
Received from: Mr. Philip Smith (merchant in London).
Payments to: Dr. Richard Hill, John Sappington, James Waugh, John Gibson, Mr. Henry Hill per Isaac Lansdale, John Foord, Thomas Richardson, Thomas Linthicum.
Executrix: Dorcas Harrison, wife of Thomas Harrison.
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Francis Hardisty 14.323 A AA 98.1.1 Aug 10 1737
Payments to: Rachel Welsh (administratrix of Capt. John Welsh), Capt. John Welsh paid by Thomas Linthicum (Quaker, one of the accountant's sureties), William Chapman, Mrs. Achsah Woodward (administratrix of Amos Woodward), Mrs. Achsah Woodward (administratrix de bonis non of Amos Garrett).
Executrix: Dorcas Harrison, wife of Thomas Harrison.
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Francis Hardisty 14.514 A AA 79.17.10 Jan 2 1737/38
Payments to:
Thomas Harrison who married the widow (unnamed, 1/3) paid by Thomas Linthicum (surety), Francis Hardisty (son, his portion) paid by Thomas Linthicum, Thomas Smith who married a daughter (unnamed, her portion) paid by Thomas Linthicum, John Fowler guardian of Thomas Hardisty (son, his portion) paid by Thomas Linthicum, John Lomas for costs in suit by Achsah Woodward paid by Thomas Linthicum.
Executrix: Dorcas Harrison, wife of Thomas Harrison. Came Thomas Linthicum (Quaker).
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Mr. Richard Beard 26.88 A AA 223.12.8 255.6.1 Nov 19 1706
Received from: David Dennis (merchant in London), Aron Rawlings of credits of George Burges, Robert Lockwood, John Beecher, Edward Carter, Garrett Topping, Samuell Jackson, Richard Harrison, John Bronnock, John Gresham, Jr., Thomas Robinson, William Roopie, Fra. Hardesty, Edward Peake.
Payments to: Charles Kilborne on judgment obtained by Charles Jones & Co., Kenelme Cheseldyne, Esq. per Mr. Thomas Reynolds, Charles Carroll, Esq., George Jackson, Mr. Richard Bennett, Thomas Rooper, Mr. Amos Garrett, William Crouch (administrator of John Howard), Mr. William Bladen, Thomas Bordley, Richard King, Cornelius Howard (administrator of David Cassaw), William Burroughs, Henry Fish, John Cannary, Dr. Fredrick Cloditt, Charles Carroll as assignee of William Josephs, James Crouch, John Porice, Mr. Thomas Reynolds, Sir Thomas Lawrence, Thomas Reynolds, Col. William Holland, Maj. Charles Greenberry, Mr. John Gresham.
Mentions: Richard Dallam,
Administratrix: Susanna Beard (widow).
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William Nicholson 3.484 A AA 1743.7.6 483.19.0 Jul 17 1721
Received from: William Chapman, Mr. Samuell Poole,
Payments to: David Mackgill, James Betterson, Mahitable Peirpoint, Henry Phillips, Orlando Griffeth, Henry Carter, Edward Gaither per Richard Warfield & Thomas Worthington, Albert Grinning (administrator of Dr. Arnoldi), Richard Rakestraw, John Dunn and his wife Mary Dunn, Christ. Dangerman paid to John Dangerman, Fran. Hardesty, Thomas Worthington, Edward Burgess, William Ware, Mr, Michael Miller, Capt. John Dorsey, col. William Holland, Dr. Charles Carroll, Daniell Larke, James Harris, Esq., Isil Groves, James Nicholson 
Hardesty, Francis (I052495)
 
71579 son of Thomas Mason and Anne French
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Stafford County, Virginia Order Book, Page 19 Court held 10th March 1689/90
586. Ordered by this Court that the Sheriff summon Mrs. FRANCES MASON the widow and relict of Collo. GEORGE MASON late of this County deceased to answer the complaint of SAMPSON DARRELL who intermarried with MARGARET the only surviving child of Capt. JOHN NORGRAVE deced
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Stafford County, Virginia Order Book Page 87 Court held 9th September 1690
822. SAMSON DARRELL who married the sole daughter now Living of Capt. JOHN NORGRAVE Petitioned this Court that Docter EDWARD MADDOCKS who married the relict and Exectx of the said John Norgrave deced might give security for the performance of the said Will according to the Tenor thereof and further alledged that Coll. Mason in his lifetime and all the time of his life gave Security and that Since his decease one of his Securitys are dead alsoe Therefore he prays the said Coll. Mason being dead as afsd and his Security dead Likewise that the said Docter Maddocks who Since intermarried as afsd and hath by the said Intermarriage the possession and Enjoyment of the said Norgraves Estate may be compelled to Enter into bond with good and Sufficient Securitys to be accountable for the same according to the request of the deced and as the Law enjoynes which said motion of Darrells is approved of by this Court and doe accordingly order that the said Doct Edward Maddocks doe immediately give good Security and Enter into bond for the same as the Law directs And he comes by GERRARD LOWTHER his Attorney and put in these reasons And Gerrard Lowther the attorney of Doct Edward Maddocks comes and puts in his plea in writing against Sampson Darrell and gives these reasons whereby he humbly presumes that he ought not nor is Liable to give Security Vizt. as to the Cattle they are paid Secondly the Ring is given to the Legatees according to, as to the negroes they are a personal Chattle and a remainder Limitted in the will of a Chatle personal is void because if given for an hour they are given forever but they are given to Mrs. Maddock for her life so that the remainder after her decease is void Therefore for them no Security ought to be given 4thly no Execr named by the Testator in his will are by Law compellable to find Security for the performance of the Testators will but we are Execrs therefore unless the Law will dispose and Intrust his Estate of the Testator otherwise than he designed we are not obliged to find Security for performance of the Testators will and this appears by the provision made by the Laws of this Country that admrs shall finde Security but no Law doth oblige Execrs 65 Act of assembly 21 Hen 8:15 Vide Title probate of Testaments in Wingates abridgment Lastly there has been Security already found in this matter and if the Court have discharged them without others we are not daily bound to finde new Securitys. With which Judgment of the Court as afsd he the said Edward Maddocks the deft not being content doth appeale to the Sixth day of the next General Court there to be heard before the honourable the Governour and Councel of State at James City. SAMUEL HAYWARD became Security with the said Edward Maddocks to present his appeale And ROBERT BRENT with Sampson Darrell to answer.
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Stafford County, Virginia Order Book, Page 101 Court held 10th September 1690
868. SAMSON DARRELL who married the Sole daughter now living of Capt. JOHN NORGRAVE petitions this Court that EDWARD MADDOCK who married the Relict and Executrix of the said Norgrave deced might give security for the performance of the said Will according to the Tenor thereof and farther alledged that Coll. Mason in his lifetime and all the time of his life gave security and that since his decease one of his Sectys is dead also Therefore prays the said Coll. Mason being dead and his Security dead likewise that Doctor Maddocks who is since Intermarried and hath by the Intermarriage the possession and Enjoyment of the said Norgraves Estate may be compelled to enter Bond with good and sufficient security to be accountable for the same according to the bequest of the deced & as the Law Injoynes And Doctor Edward Maddock comes into Court by GERRARD LOWTHER his attorney and refuses to put in Security for these reasons following Vizt. 1. As to the cattle they are paid 2d the Ring is given the Legatee according to the Will 3. As to the negroes they are a personal chattel and a remainder Limited in the Will a Chattel personal is void because if given for one hour they are given forever they are given to Maddock for her life so that the remainder after her decease is void therefore from them no security ought to be given 4. noe Exectr named by the Testator in his will are by Law compelled to find Security for the performance of the Testators Will but we are Exectrs Therefore unless the Law will dispose and Intrust his Estate of the Testator otherwise then he designed we are not obliged to find security for performance of the Testators will and this appears by the provision made by the Laws of this Countrey that admrs shall find Security but no Law does oblige Exectrs 65 act of assembly 21 Henry 8. 15 Vid Title Probates of Testaments in Wingates abrigmt. Lastly there has been Security already found in this matter and if the Court have discharged them without other we are not every day bound to find new security.
And the Court having fully and maturelay considered the matter doe unanimously concurr with and approve of Darrells motion and they do accordingly order and Therefore tis ordered that Doctor Edward Maddock shall give good security and enter into bond accordingly for the same as the Law doth Enjoyn and direct with which Judgment of the Court Edward Maddock not being there-with content doth appeale to the Sixth day of the next General Court to be held at James City. Mr. SAMUEL HAYWARD became security with Doctor Edward Maddocks to prosecute his appeale and ROBERT BRENT with Sampson Darrell to answer his appeale.
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Stafford County, Virginia Order Book, Page 105, Court held 12th November 1690
889. Ordered that Doctor EDWARD MADDOCKS who intermarried with FRANCES the widow and relict of Coll. GEORGE MASON late of this County deced who was formerly the widow and Executrix of Capt. JOHN NORGRAVE late of this County also deced shall be by the sherif summoned to next Court to give security Touching the Estate of Capt. John Norgrave deced pursuant to an order of the last General Court and that he bring good security with him to Enter into Bond for the true and faithful performance of the said Will of Capt. John Norgrave.
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John Garnish 6.658 A SM #73498 #78774 Mar 1 1679
Payments to: Robert Ridgely, Richard Smith at suit of Samuell Allen, Thomas Shore, Nehemiah Blackstone, Samuell Dobson, Thomas Mathews, Charles Hutchins, Mr. chesledyn, John Burdet, George Mason, Katherine widow of deceased, Arthur Hart.
List of debts (runaway): Simon Perdy, Theophilus Twiford, Thomas Smith, William Pitts, William Cox, William Petterson.
List of debts (can't be found): Mr. Barcker (merchant), Nicholas Gwither, Mr. Wright (merchant), Lewis Griffin, Benjamin George, Thomas Penroy, Martin Phillips, John Vaughan, William Kenie, William Millet, George Knight.
List of debts (insolvent): Mr. Francis Surton, Mr. Williams, Mr. Thomas Bennet, William Crane.
List of debts: John Martindale, Henry Hardy, John Watson, Daniell Clocker, William Greengo, Richard Loyd, Capt. Thomas Walker, John Anderson, William Rosewell, Thomas Butler, John Barnes, William Stephens, Col. Steevens, Jacob Peeterson, Miles Gray, Randall Revell, Thomas Keyton, Stephen Cannon, William Alford, Thomas Mathews, John Edmondson, Robert Graham, Henry Exon, John Lewellin, Richard Keene, Col. William Calvert, John Richardson, James Rumsey, John Dolton, Humphry Jones, John Shanks, Joshua Guibert, John Hamilton, Abraham Reade, Robert Carvile, John Addison, Samuell Dobson.
Administrator: Henry Exon.
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RICHMOND COUNTY DEED BOOK 1 1692-1693

Sep 1693 Deed. John Fosaker and Elizabeth his wife of St Marys Parish, Richmond County for 2000 pounds of tobacco sold to Hugh French OF SAME PLACE 146 acre parcel of land being the remaining part of Fosakers back land which came by his said wife Elizabeth daughter of Mr Mott adjoining land sold to David Darnell. Wit: Tho Parke, Antho Prosser. Mrs Fosaker came before Alexander Doniphan and Francis THORNTON & declared she was not compelled but did it freely and willingly. Acknowledged 4 Oct 1693. (Book 1 page 86)

30 Sep 1693 . Power of Attorney Elizabeth FOSAKER of Richmond Count do appoint Alexander DONIPHAN of same county to be my attorney to ackn the (above deed unto Hugh French. Witness Alexander DONIPHAN junior, Benjamin Harvey Book 1 page 88.

1693. Bond John Fosaker of St Marys Parish Richmond County am firmly bound unto Hugh FRENCH of same place in the quantite of 10,000 pounds of tobacco and caske the condicon of this obligation is such that if John FOSSAKER & Elizabeth his wife shall keep all the covenants in the above deed , then this present obligacon to be void. Wit: Alexander Doniphan, Francis Thornton. Book 1 page 89.

Sep 1693 Deed John Fosaker & Elizabeth his wife of St Marys Parish Richmond County for 3000 pounds of tobb sold to Hugh French of same place 100 acre parcel of land bounded by Captain Geo Mason, Wm Coston, Capt John Glendening, and the said Fosaker, Wit: Wit Alexander Doniphan, Fran Thornton, Tho Parke, Antho Prosser, Acknowledge 4 Oct 1693 (Book 1 page 90)

21 Sep 1693 Deed. David Darnell (Darnall) & Margaret his wife of St Marys Parish Richmond County for 7000 pounds of tobb in caske sold to Hugh French of same place a 600 acres parcel of land adjoining William Thornton, Colnll Wm Fitzhugh, Rich Shipway and James Orchard part of a patent lying in Rappa and Stafford Cos granted to Mr Motts witness: John Fosaker, John Carter, Manser Hubbart, acknowledged 4 Oct 1693 (Book 1 page 91)
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STAFFORD COUNTY VA DEED & WILL BOOK 1689 - 1693; THE ANTIENT PRESS
pp. 208- TO ALL XPIAN PEOPLE to whom these presents shall come I EDWARD MADDOCKSof Stafford County this 19th day of June 1691 and in ye Third yeare of ye Reigne of or Sovereigne Lord & Lady KINGE WILLIAM & QUEEN MARY of Englande haveinge lately intermarried with FRANCES ye late Widdow & Relick of Colo. GEORGE MASON late of this County deced and haveinge by vertue of ye said Intermarriage wth ye said FRANCES a full & absolute right to all & full ye just thirds of ye said Colo. GEORGE MASON psonall Estate for ever wth a full right to ye Thirds of all ye real! Estate of Colo. GEORGE MASON deced accordinge to ye Lawes & Customes of England and ye Lawes of this our Dominion of Virginia in consideracon of a Mulatto Wench called Primo of about ye age of Twenty three yeares & her child allready in hande delivered into my possession and for & in consideracon of ye sume of Forty pounds lawful! English money to me secured to bee paid, and for ye Naturall love and true affecon that I bear unto ye said GEORGE MASON of ye aforesaid County of Stafford Gent!. ye onley Sonne & Heir of ye aforesaid Colo. GEORGE MASON deced receipt of wch doe acknowledge
have by vertue of these presents sell from mee my heires all and singular my right and proprietorship that I have in & to full and Third parte of ye said Coll. GEO: MASON deced personall Estate for ever and to ye third pte of ye Reall Estate of ye said Coll. GEORGE MASON wch right I have by vertue of my Intermarriage with ye said FRANCES ye Widdow & relict of ye said Coll. GEORGE MASON aforesaid & dureinge her naturall life doe for ever make over & convey unto him ye said GEORGE MASON all & singular ye above men-coned premises to him his Heires for ever, and doe further oblidge me my self my heires to warrant and Indeminfie him ye said GEORGE MASON from all claims of any manner of pson from any damadge that may accrue or happen to him ye said GEORGE MASON his heires or assignes and Lastley I the said EDWARD MADDOCKS doe oblidge my selfe my heires to acknowledge this full & generall release and dischardge of all ye abovesaid premises to him ye said GEORGE MASON to bee held for ye County of Stafford and to give him such further and generall dischardge as bee shall require as bee or they shall require as his or their Councell Learned in ye Law shall advise or direct unto him or them att any time wthin seven yeares if lawfully required. In Wittness of ye Truth and for ye confirmacon I have sett my hande and affixed my Seale
In presence of us JAMES REED, ED: MADDOCKS JAMES HEARSE
This before menconed Deed of Gift was acknowledged by EDWARD MADDOCKE to GEORGE MASON in ye County Court of Stafford on the 12th day of August 1691 & was then recorded.
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STAFFORD COUNTY VA DEED & WILL BOOK 1689 - 1693; THE ANTIENT PRESS
p.209 KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I FRANCES MADDOCKES ye Wife of EDWARD MADDOCKES of Stafford County Gentl. and late ye Widdow & relict of Coll. GEORGE MASON of Stafford County aforesaid deced Gentl. doe for ever relinquish all my right & interest I have to ye full thirds of ye reall Estate of ye said Coll. GEORGE MASON deced dureinge my life and ye full third of ye psonall Estate of the said Coll. GEORGE MASON for ever and doe appoint JAMES HEARSE of Stafford Countie my true and Lawfull Atturney to acknowledge att ye next Court to be held for Stafford County afore-said unto Capt. GEORGE MASON ye onley Sone & heir of Coll. GEORGE MASON Gent. late of Stafford Countie deced all my right &interest that I have to ye full thirds of all & singular ye Estate both reall & personall of the aforesaid Coll. GEORGE MASON deced granting unto my said Atturney full power to in and about the premises as if I my selfe were personally present. In Wittness I the said FRANCES MADDOCKE have sett my hande & my Seale ye 19th day of June 1691
In presence of JAMES REED, FRANCES MADDOCK EDWARD MADDOCK
This Letter of Atturney was acknowledged by JAMES HEARSE Atturney for ye aforesaid FRANCES MADDOCK in ye County Court of Stafford on the 12th day of August 1691 and was then recorded
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Stafford County Court Records, 1680; THE ANTIENT PRESS
P. 21(39) The Depo: of HENRY GIBSON aged 48 yeares or thereabouts sworn and examined with that WILLM: NORGRAVE, Exor.. of WILLM LANGFORD deceased, say unto Coll: GEO. MASON in his owne House about the 29th of October 1677 that be should take ye said WILLM, LANGFORDs Estate after itt was appraised to himselfe, hee discharging all ye said LANGFORDs Debts, as far as ye appraismt; went, allowing ye Sallery yr:of to ye said WILL' NORGRAVE, putting ye said NORGRAVE to noe further trouble nor charge; And furthr; saith not
HENRY GIBSON sign
Jura in Cor: et Recordatr: 10th Novr; 1680

The Depo: of JOSEPH UNISON aged 55 yeares or thereabouts sworne and examined saith that about three weeks agoe yor: Depont: asked of WILLM: NORGRAVE why hee would goe to Law with Coll; MASON and would not acknowledge ye Land that was WILLIAM LANGFORDs Land.. that hee had sold to ye Coll;, he answered that hee was willing to doe itt onely they, meaning his Brothers in Law, would not to my understanding and hee durst not for fear of them for they threatened him and further saith not
JOSEPH X UNISON
Jur. in Cur: et Recordatr:

p. 22(40) WILLIAM BANCKES aged Fifty yeares or thereabouts sworne and examined saith that hee demanded Tobo, of Mr. NORGRAVE which was due to Mr. THOMAS BUNBURY by WM: LANGFORD and hee bid mee gee to his Fathr:, MASON, for hee had nothing to doe with la and further saith not
Jur; in Cur; et Rearordatr.

P. 23(40) The Depo: of THOMAS HATHAWAY aged 39 or thereabouts sworne and examined saith that about two yeares past.. WILLM: NORGRAVE was att ye House of yor: Depont: and yor: Depont: did aske ye sd. NORGRAVE for a Gun left as a Legacy by WILLIAM LANGFORD and ye sd_ NORGRAVE answered your must ask my Fathr- MASON, for itt for he hath all and I have sold ye land left by WILL: LANGFORD to mee to my Father. MASON, hee is to pay all ye Debts, and I, HATHAWAY, replied to him, why you were left Exor: and where shall I looke for my gun but of you and further saith net.
THO: HATHAWAY
Jur: in Cur; et Recordatr. 10th Novbr: 1680
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http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=303&last=&g_p=P8&collec tion=LO Patent
Title Lawson, Anthony, Lt. Col.
Publication 29 April 1693.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
Note Location: Norfolk County.
Description: 60 acres in the Little Creek, in Lynhaven Parish according to the most ancient and lawful bounds, which land was formerly granted to George Mason was lately found to escheat.
Source: Land Office Patents No. 8, 1689-1695, p. 303 (Reel 8).
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http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=58&last=&g_p=P4&col lection=LO Patent
Title Mason, George.
Publication 25 March 1656.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
Note Location: Northumberland County.
Description: 900 acres N. Et. on Quiough River; S. Et. on the land of Richard Codsford, N. Wt. on a small creek that issueth out of Quiough River.
Source: Land Office Patents No. 4, 1655-1664, p. 58 (Reel 4).
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CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS PATENT BOOK No. 4; Pg 332
CAPT. GEORGE MASON, 900 acs. Northumberland Co., 26 Mar. 1656, p.
1, (58). N. E. upon Quiough Riv. & S. E. upon land of Richard Codsford. Trans. of 18 pers.*
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CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS PATENT BOOK No. 4; Pg 332
JOHN LEAR, 100 acs. Westmoreland Co., 4 Dec. 1656, p. 38, (59). In Oquiah Riv. on S. side of Capt. Giles (Brent); beg. at lowermost part of land sd. Lear bought of Capt. George Mason. Sd. land being deserted by the sd. Brent & due sd. Lear for trans. of 2 pers: himself & a servant, Xphian. Winkle. 
Mason, George (I020331)
 
71580 son of Thomas West Sr. and Sarah Trammell

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Robert Bogges witnessed the indenture document of Thomas Marshall in the George Washinton papers. John West also a wittness. John West that was a millwright and is same John West that was in Fairfax Co.

Court Record Data
Context Extract
Deed of Trust John West to William Jacobs - [not recorded] - 1806
Defendant John West; William Jacobs
Locality Prince William Co.; Stafford Co.; SC
Mill grist & saw mills on Choppawamsic - property of John West
Millwright John West - 1805
Plaintiff Timothy Brundige (exor.); John Minor (exor.); Philip Harrison (exor.); Benjamin Botts (decd); Joel West; Mary West
Administrative Information
Record title Brundige vs West
Year recorded 1825
Collection CR-SC-H
Record ID 43-18
End Notes
Preserved by Virginia Circuit Court Records
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Processed by Margaret Anne Crickman
Extracted by Barry L. McGhee
Extracted on 9/5/2002
2002-2005 Barry L. McGhee All rights reserved.
URL:
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West, John (I016941)
 
71581 son of Thomas Wise and Mary Hack Wise, Samuel (I035263)
 
71582 son of Walter or Thomas?
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John Watkins 26.134 A AA 562.10.2 Jul 14 1749
The amount of the accounts also included 2102.13.6 in sterling.
Payments to: Gassaway Watkins (dead), John Gassaway, John Thomas, Onorio
Rosolina, Dr. John Hamilton, Samuel Chambers, Elisabeth Smith (executrix of Samuel Smith), Richard Watts, Vestry of All Hallows Parrish, Thomas Wason, John Crosby, William Jones paid to John Gassaway, Samuel Smith, Jr. who married Ann (daughter, her portion), Anthony Smith who married Jane (daughter, her portion), James Tolley who married Mary (daughter, her portion), John Watkins, Jr. (son), executors of Stephen Warman, James Monat, Jonathon Forward (merchant in London), William Chapman, Thomas Williams, Thomas Harper and his wife Cecilia Harper (2 of representatives of John Andrews) paid to Thomas Sprigg per Capt. John Hunter, executors of Ninian Beall paid to Osborn Sprigg.
Executrix: Mary Watkins.
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James Tolley 30.224 BA 547.5.7 Dec 4 174- Jan 23 1744
Appraisers: T. Stansbury, Thomas Sligh.
Creditors: Stephen Onion, Jos. Middlemore.
Next of kin: John Hammond Dorsey, George Garrettson.
Executor: Walter Tolley.
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James Tolley 22.107 A BA 2547.5.7 2116.0.2 Jan 6 1745
Sureties: Thomas Gittens, James Maxwell.
Received from: Jonathon Starkey, Mary Wattkins, John Hammond Dorsey, James Lenox, Rodderick Cheyne, Capt. William Young, Anne Chaussup, Henry James, William Ingle.
Payments to George Browne, William Black (of London) for goods sold by Walter Tolley (accountant), Daniel Bird, William Dallam, Robert Holliday, Robert Price, Daniel Campbell, Joseph England, Ann Starkey, William Quain, Elisabeth Grear, Isaac Risteau, Peircy Peattit, John Grear, Roderick Cheyne, James Lenox, Josias Middlemore, William Andrews, Thomas Sligh, Henry Hicks, Edward Day, Stephen Onion, Robert Byshop, Walter Tolley, Walter (no surname given), Tobias Stansbury.
Mentions: widow (unnamed, dead).
Executor: Walter Tolley. 
Tolley, James (I097150)
 
71583 son of William 1698-1788 lancaster-frederick va
gson of David 1669 essex va 
Catlett, Peter (I038650)
 
71584 son of William Ellis and Elizabeth Wright Ellis, William (I109181)
 
71585 son of WILLIAM EVANS and ANN DOXEY?.  Evans, Ignatius (I107807)
 
71586 son of William Lee who was the son of John and Sarah Lee in St. Pauls Parish rcords. Lee, Joseph Thornton (I024382)
 
71587 son of WILLIAM MEEKS and NANCY GOATLEY Meeks, John Goatley (I078904)
 
71588 son of William Popejoy and Cassandra Smith
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Prince William County, Virginia Deeds {Antient Press}: Liber E; 1740 - 1741; pp 454-457
THIS INDENTURE made the twenty fourth day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred & forty one Between GEORGE HARRISON of the Parish of Truro in the County of Prince William gent of one part and NATHANIEL POPE JOY of the same Parish & County Planter of the other part Witnesseth that the said GEORGE HARRISON for the Rents and Covenants expressed herein after hath granted to farm let unto the said NATHANIEL POPEJOY & to his heirs one certain parcel of land containing one hundred & twenty five acres being part of a tract of land containing five hundred acres being on HOLMS's RUN in the Parish of Truro in the County of Prince William & where the said GEORGE HARRISON lately Dwelt the dwelling House of the said GEORGE HARRISON & part of the Plantation to be included in the said One hundred & twenty five acres together with all houses & advantages thereunto belonging mines minerals & quarries excepted To Have and To Hold the said one hundred and twenty five acres of land unto the said NATHANIEL POPEJOY his heirs & assigns during the term of the Natural lives of him the said NATHANL, POPEJOY, WILLIAM BATES & JOHN SUMMERS the Younger & for the Natural life of the longest liver of them paying on the tenth day of November unto the said GEORGE HARRISON the rent of seven hundred & thirty pounds of Legal Tobacco and if the yearly rent be behind the space of thirty days after the same ought to be paid & no sufficient distress to be found on the premises whereby the same may be Levied that then it may be Lavfull for the said GEORGE HARRISON into any part of the premises to reenter & the same to have again & the said NATHANIEL POPEJOY doth agree within the space of four years after the date of these presents on some convenient part of the premises plant two hundred good Winter Apple trees at forty feet distance from each other and keep the trees veil fenced from Catle Sheep & other beasts that may annoy them Also the said NATHANIEL POPEJOY his heirs et tenants on the premises shall build thereon good and convenient houses outhouses and tobacco houses and keep them in good repair and at the expiration of this Lease shall leave the said Tenement well fenced houses in good repair and all the fruit trees well trimmed & fenced in fit for another Tenant to enter & the said NATHANIEL POPE JOY shall not take any Subtenant thereon during this Lease & if the said NATHANIEL POPEJOY shall take in such Subtenant they shall pay yearly the sum of four hundred pounds of Tobacco above the yearly rent & the said NATHANIEL POPEJOY shall not permit any wilful! waste of the Timber but for the necessary use of the Plantation & the said GEORGE HARRISON agree with said NATHANIEL POPE JOY that he may if he thinks proper put two other lifes into this Lease in the room of two or either of the three herein before mentioned at any time so as the same be done in the life time of the persons so removed & also if the said person so to be removed be seemingly in bodily health, In Witness whereof the parties have set their hands & Seals
in presence of W. HARRISON, GEO. HARRISON
JAMES HALLEY, JOHN HARLL NATHLL, POPE JOY
At a Court held for Prince William County the 24th day of August 1741
GEORGE HARRISON gent acknowledged this Lease to NATHANIEL POPEJOY to be his act & deed & it was thereupon admitted to record 
Popejoy, Nathaniel (I046995)
 
71589 son of William STROTHER and Dorothy SAVAGE
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Minnis-Yates, Freer-Bent, Ruggles, and other relations
http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=6958&id=I2814

STROTHER BENJAMIN (16??-1752), son of Willian Strother, Sr., who died testate in Richmond County in 1702 and Dorothy, his wife, married prior to 25 April 1703 Mary Woffendall, daughter of Adam Woffendall who died testate in Richmond County in 1704. The will of Adam Woffendall, dated 25 April 1703 and proved 7 June 1704 bequeathed to each of his "sons" Harrison and Strother 150 acres of land; this phraseology is deceiving as subsequent records assure us that the legatees were his two sons-in-law Robert Harrison and Benjamin Strother (16??-1752) who was sheriff of Richmond County in 1717. The land of Benjamin Strother fell into King George Countv in 1721 and those records abound with genealogical material in regard to the Strother family. Benjamin Strother died testate in King George County in 1752. COB #6, p. 112; COB#7, p.103; WB#2, p.70; King George County DB#3, p. 476; DB#4, p.254; WB#2, p. 11; Payne, p.66; William C. Kozee, Early Families of Eastern and Southeastern Kentucky and Their Descendants (1961), pp. 689-711. The foregoing is from George Harrison Sanford King, Marriages of Richmond Co, Virginia, 1964, p. 198.

Benjamin was vestryman, Sheriff, and Justice of Richmond Co, Virginia, a large landed proprietor.

1719 DEED: Richmond Co, Virginia, p. 107, dtd 10 Aug 1719, recorded 2 Sep 1719, P of A, wit by Benjamin Strother, (his brother) William Strother, Jr., and Thomas Turner.

1724 MIL: King George County, Virginia, militia commission, 4 Dec.

1752 WILL: King George County, Virginia, will and inventory; probated 5 May; named his children as presented.
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Richmond County, Virginia Wills and Inventories 1707-1719; {Robert K. Headley, Jr}:
p.290 - Benjamin DEVERALL, will; 22 Oct 1716, 5 Dec 1716
bro. Joseph (of England) and bro's two chil. John and Susannah; cousin William MORGAN; Mary TAYLOR (wife of Humphrey TAYLOR); wife Rachel; dau. [unnamed); chil. of sis. Hannah MORGAN; ex: wife, dau., bro. Joseph, fr. William BRONAUGH and Samuel MATHEWS: wits: Benjamin STROTHER, William MORGAN, John DAVIS. [Rachel DEVERALL wid. of Benjamin and Jeremiah DEVERALL, surgeon, both of Bristol, England, appointed Charles BURGES of Va. their attorney, 25 Jul 1717, 20 Feb 1719/20. MR, pp. 95a, 112a.]

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1712-1713 Richmond Co VA Order Book 6; Antient Press: (Page 111)
Richmond County Court 4th of June 1713
- In an Ejectione Firma between JOSEPH WEEKS, Plt. and BENJAMIN STROTHER, Defendt. for messuages lands and appurtenances lying and being in the Pish of St. Marys and County of Richmond, which MAXFIELD BROWN demised to Plt., for a terme not yet ended, &c., and also for fifty pounds sterling damages for ejecting Plt. from the same, &c., as is set forth in the Declaration, wo which Defendt. haveing pleaded Not Guilty, a Jury was this day sworn to try the issue joyn'd whose names are
THOMAS FRESHWATER GEORGE ALSUP STEPHEN BOWIN
JOHN KELLEY THOMAS SMITH JOHN CHAMPE,
GEORGE BLEWFORD WILLIAM MARSHALL JOHN DAVIS
JOHN SMITH EVAN THOMAS and SAMUELL BAKER
who haveing heard the evidence and received their charge were sent out and soon after returning into Court and they being agreed on their Verdict, returned the same which at the motion of Plt. is admitted to Record, and it is in these words. "Richmond ss. WEEKES &c. vs BENJAMIN STROTHER, &c., Defendt. Wee of the Jury find that ADAM WOFENDALL and JOHN PHILLIPS by one certain Deed dated the 4th of February 1674 did bargain and sell unto one WILLIAM BROWNE and his heirs all that certain parcell of woodland ground lying and being in the Pish of Sittenburn in County aforesaid, being part of a certain parcell of land which was surveyed by them, the said WOFENDALL and PHILLIPS, the 25th of February 1672 and being part of the land where said PHILLIPS then dwelled and taken up of Mr. KIRTON, Trustee of the late lords of this neck of land, being all that land belonging to PHILLIPS and WOFFENDALL adjoyning to the Eastermost side of the Main Branch of CHINGOTEAGUE CREEKS and soe from thence extending itself home to the line of WILLIAM BROWNE marked trees as by the Deed to this Verdict annexed may appear. Wee also find that the Deed was not acknowledged by said PHILLIPS and WOFENDALL nor either of them. Wee also find that WILLIAM BROWNE made his Last Will and Testament and therby did devise unto is three Sons, WILLIAM, JOHN and MAXFIELD all his lands he was possessed of to be equally divided between them, and afterwards dyed, which Will was duly proved the fourth day of July 1677. Wee also find that WILLIAM BROWNE, Son of said WILLIAM BROWNE the Testator aforesd., at a Court held for this County the 2d day of June 1697 obtained a Judgment against the said PHILLIPS & WOFENDALL upon a suit brought upon the Deed aforesaid by the said PHILLIPS & WOFENDALL made to WILLIAM BROWNE that the Deed was good and valid and that WILLIAM BROWNE, then Plt had good right and title unto the said land by virtue of the Deed aforesaid, and did order that the Deed should be entered of Record; And wee doe find that the Deed was accordingly ( ),. Wee do also find that said WOFFENDALL by Deed from the Proprietors Office had granted unto him 440 acres of land dated the 22d day of March 1656, And wee do find that the land mentioned to be sold by the Deed aforesd. from PHILLIPS and WOFENDALL to BROWNE is part of the land contained in the aforesd Deed from the Proprietors for 440 acres. Wee do find also that the Lessor of the Plt. is the Son of the WILLIAM BROWNE, the Testator, And wee do also find that ADAM WOFENDALL by his Last Will and Testament duly proved did devise unto his Daughter, MARY, a parcell of land lying between DOCTOR SPENCE's and a New Schoolhouse to her and her heirs forever. And wee doe also find that the land aforesaid devised to said MARY is the same land mentioned to be sold by the Deed aforesaid by PHILLIPS and WOFFENDALL unto WILLIAM BROWNE. Wee doe also find that BENJAMIN STROTHER, the Defendt., intermarryed with said MARY and that he entred upon the Pattent. If upon the whole matter the Court shall adjudge the Law to be with the Defendt., wee find for the Defendt.. If the Court find for Plt. wee find for the Plt. and damages one shilling sterling. JOHN KELLEY, Forman." And it is ordered that the matters of Law arising therefrom be referred to next Court to be argued
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1721-1735 King George County Deed Book 1-A, (Antient Press); pp. 282-283
Indenture 8th October 1733 bettween WILLIAM DUFF of Hanover Parish King George County Planter & JOHN ROSE of same Planter .. for five hundred pounds Tobacco & Cask and the Quitrents for 100 acres to be paid yearly hath granted to farm Lett unto JOHN ROSE beginning head of spring Branch where JOHN TAYLOR formerly lived; across EDWARD TAYLORS old field to line of WILLIAM HUDSON; to line of Capt. BENJAMIN STROTHERS .. to hold during natural lives of JOHN ROSE & FRANCES ROSE his now wife .. or Survivor paying on 10th Decr. yearly .. Patys (sic) above do bind themselves to each other .. penal sum of 5000 pounds of Tobacco .. to be paid at Breach or denial of any agreement ..
Presence John Brown,
Jno. Wetheral, Wm: Sarjant Wm. x Duff
3rd May 1734 .. Deed of Lease recorded. 9th December 1703 ..
Presence Isaac Arnold,
Edwd. Taylor
William Tutt
4th July 1729 .. Deed of Gift acknowledged by EDWARD TAYLOR and recorded.
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1738-1742 Essex Co VA Deed Book 22; Antient Press: (Page 170-171)
BY THIS PUBLIC INSTRUMENT of Procuration or Letter of Attorney Be it Known that on the Sixth day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and forty Before me THOMAS BROWNE Notary Publick Dwelling in LONDON duly admitted and Sworn and in the presence of the Witnesses hereafter named Personally appeared Mr. JAMES FORBES Door Keeper to the ROYAL AFFRICAN COMPANY of ENGLAND, ELIZABETH FORBES his Wife and ISABELL FORBES Daughter of the said JAMES and ELIZABETH FORBES which said appearers did severally declare to have made and Constituted Captain THOMAS TEAGUE Master of the good SHIP or Vessell called the CHARLES and EDWARD HUMPHRAYS of Virginia their said Attornies jointly and severally for them in their names or any of their names to ask demand sue for and by all Lawful! means to recover and receive from SAMUEL MOON and BENJAMINE STROTHER both of KING GEORGE COUNTY in Virginia Sole Executors of the Last Will and Testament of WILLIAM DODGIN late of the Parish of Hanover in KING GEORGE COUNTY in Virginia aforesd Deceased or of any from whom else it may concern the several Legacies by said Last Will and Testament of WILLIAM DODGIN deceased to them the said Constituants respectively and which are as follows (to wit) Twenty pounds Sterling unto the said appearer JAMES FORBES and to his Wife Two pounds and to his Daughter Ten Shillings Sterling together what other money as shall become due upon account of the sd Legacies or any of them And upon recoveries and Receipt to give one or more Acquittances in due form of Law also if need be to appear before all Lords Judges and justices in any Court there to answer and reply in all matters and Causes touching the premises to Implead seize attack imprison and to condemn and out of prison again to Deliver and generally all matters Execute in as full and ample manner as they the Constituants jointly might do if personally present (and that altho: the Cause should require more ample or Especial power than is herein before Particularly Expressed) with Power of Substitution and revocation They the said Constituants hereby jointly and Severally Ratify all and whatsoever the said THOMAS TEAGUE and EDWARD HUMPHREYS or either of them shall Lawfully do or cause to be done. This done and passed in LONDON aforesaid
in presence of the underwritten Witnesses JAMES FORBES
JAMES GIBSON. ROBERT SANDERSON, ELIZABETH FORBES
ROBERT 'Z RICHARDSON, WILLM. NICHOLS ISABELLA FORBES
In Quorum fidem
THOS BROWNE Not Publ
At a Court held for Essex County at Tappahannock on the 16th day of December 1740 ROBERT SANDERSON & JAMES GIBSON made Oath that they did see JAMES FORBES, ELIZABETH FORBES & ISABELLA FORBES seal and deliver this Power of Attorney to THOMAS TEAGUE and EDWARD HUMPHREYS as their act and deed and also that they did see ROBERT RICHARDSON & WILLIAM NICHOLS Subscribe their names as Witnesses thereto which was admitted to record
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1735-1743 King George County Deed Book 2 (Antient Press); pp. 364-366
Indenture made 30th April/lst May 1741 between SHERWOOD GRIMSLEY of Saint Marys Parish Caroline County and BENJAMIN STROTHER of Hanover Parish King George County .. by deeds of lease & release .. for Fifteen pounds current money of Virginia for half of Tract of Land in Hanover Parish left unto him Sherwood by his Father JOHN GRIMSLEY Deceas'd by his last will & testament bearing date 27th January 1725 .. land whereon his Father John Grimsley Deceased formerly lived ..
Presence Joseph Strother, Sherwood Grimsley
John Minor Junr., John Grant
At a court held 3rd July 1741 .. Deeds of lease & release Together with ye Receipt for the Consideration Money Receiv'd of Capn. Benjamin Strother recorded.
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1743-1752 King George County Deed Book 3 (Antient Press); pp. 180
To all men .. I BENJAMIN STROTHER Hanover Parish King George County
for fatherly affection to my well beloved Son FRANCIS STROTHER of St.
Mark's Parish Orange County .. give 100 acres .. I bought of the Orphans of JOHN GRIMSLEY in Hanover Parish King George County .. my son is in actual possession .. 30th April 1747.
Presence Wm. Marshall, Benja. Strother
Rob: Johnson, Stafford Light Burn
At a court held 1st May 1747 .. Deed of Gift recorded.
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1743-1753 King George County Deed Book 3 (Antient Press); pp. 308-309
Indenture made 6th October 1749 between CHRISTOPHER STROTHER of Fairfax County & Capt. BENJAMIN STROTHER of King George County .. for sum Thirty pounds current money of afsd Colony .. sold all that land in Hanover Parish King George County bequeathed to said Christopher by his Father JEREMIAH STROTHER in his last will & testament .. 150 acres ..
Presence John Morison,
Francis Strother, George Strother, Christopher Strother
Jno: Churchill
At a court held 6th October 1749 .. Deed with receipt for consideration money .. recorded.
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1743-1753 King George County Deed Book 3 (Antient Press): (Page 392)
Indenture made 1st March 1750 between BENJAMIN STROTHER SENR. Hannover Parish King George County Gent. and BENJAMIN STROTHER JUNR. in Brunswick Parish King George County Planter .. for love and affection he beareth to his Son Benjamin Strother Junr. hath given 150 acres binding upon GRACE BERRY, WILLIAM HARRISON, WILLIAM RANKINS and JUDITH JOHNSON, it being the Plantation William Harrison now holds for said Benjamin Strother Senr. which was formerly purchased of CHRISTO. STROTHER
Presence Robert Walker, Benja. Strother
Wm. Wren, W. Hore
At a court held 1st March 1750 .. Deed of Gift recorded.
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URL (Click on link) http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=183&last=&g_p=G5&collec tion=NN Grant
Title Strother, Benjamin.
Publication 4 November 1718.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311.
Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Surveys, 1-6, A-E, reels 312-320.
Note Location: Richmond County.
Description: 50 acres bounded by the lands of John Browne, Edward Tayloe and his own land.
Source: Northern Neck Grants No. 5, 1713-1719, p. 183 (Reel 289).
Recorded survey available. Northern Neck Grants No.5 1713-1719.
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http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mysouthernfamily/myff/d0051/g0000 081.html 
Strother, Benjamin (I023682)
 
71590 son of Wm Ijams (d 1703) & Elizabeth Cheney
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William Ijames 23.216 AA 356.10.10 Jul 4 1738 Aug 7 1738
Appraisers: John Watkins, Stephen Warman.
Next of kin: William Ijames, Plumer Ijames.
Executor: John Ijames.
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William Iiams 17.128 A AA 356.10.10 7.18.1 May 11 1739
Payments to: 2achariah Maccubin.
Legatees (children): Thomas llams, Elisabeth Watkins, William Iiams, Mary Waters.
Executor: John Iiams. 
Ijams, William (I022873)
 
71591 son or brother
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John Pavat 116.198 SM 44.9.0 Nov 22 1773 Mar 1 1774
Appraisers: Samuel Theobalds, Robert Armstrong. Administrator/Executor: Robert Bennett.
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Joseph Pavett 23.197 A SM 26.17.0 39.17.3 {1747}
Sureties: Joseph White, James Griffin.
Received from: John Stevens, Thomas Jane, John Baptis Gough, Mark Stevens, Topph White, Basil Cooper.
Payments to: Capt. Gilbert Ireland, Mr. Philip Key, Elisabeth Pavett, John Curlett & John Stiles,
Distribution to (legal representatives): John Welch, Isaac Pavett, John Pavett, Stephen Watts, Mark Stevens, Thomas Richardson.
Administrator: Isaac Pavett. 
Pavett, John (I079624)
 
71592 son or brother of William
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John. Barnes 94.29 FR 61.8.0 Jul 14 1767
Appraisers: Henry Gaither, Ephraim Davis.
Creditors: Nathaniel Rigman, Joshua Warfield.
Next of kin: Weaver Barnes, Joseph Barnes.
Mentions: Basil Mullican.
Administratrix: Mary Mullican.
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John Barnes 5.73 D FR 68.8.0 Aug 25 1767
The amount of the accounts also included #2400.
Distribution to: Widow (unnamed, 1/3).
Residue to: John Waters Barnes (son).
Administratrix: Mary Mullican, wife of Bazil Mullican.
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WATERS, JOSEPH, Anne Arundel Co. 25 Oct, 1764; 12 Mar, 1765
Wife: Mary.
Children: John, Joseph, Elizabeth, Ezekiel, Nathan, Isaac, Mary Barnes, Casandra, Aseanah and Ann Waters.
Grandson: John Waters Barnes, son of my Mary and her late husband John Barnes.
Tracts: Land I purchased of Richard Snowden, "Bastons Vineyard, lying in Prince George's Co., Moore's Industry.
Exs: Wife Mary Waters, and son John Waters.
Wit: Azel and Davidge Warfield, John Gaither.
Second probate date: 12 Mar, 1765; see probate folio 169. 33. 147

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Capt. Robert Etherington 72.170 CA 119.19.0 Mar 3 1761 Mar 19 1761
Appraisers: B. Machall, L. Holiday.
Creditors: David Arnold, William Fitzhugh.
Administrator: John Barnes.
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Robert Etherington 4.4 D CA 119.19.0 May 4 1763
Distribution to: Robert Etherington (son of Thomas Etherington).
Administrator: Capt. John Barnes. 
Barnes, John (I101517)
 
71593 Son or brother to Samuel Musgrove
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http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:510802&id=I0255

LAST WILL & TESTAMENT OF JOHN MUSGROVE

In the name of God Amen, I John Musgrove of Montgomery County and State of Marland being weak in Body, but of Sound and Disparing Mind, Memory and Understanding and calling to mind the uncertainty of this transitory life do make and publish this my last Will and Testament in the presence of John Hollowing.

Them I give and Bequeath unto the whole of my children, male and female, the whole of my land to be equally divided between them, except my son Amos, to whom I give and bequeath One Hundred Acres for and during his natural life, and at his decease to be equally divided between the whole of my children, male and female.

Them I give and bequeath unto my son Amos one Negro boy named Stephan, as his part of my personal estate and the residue thereof. After my just debts and funeral expenses are paid, the residue thereof to be equally divided between the rest of my children, male and female.

And last, I hereby constitute and appoint my son Nathan Musgrove (to be co-exec. with Richard Ijames), Executor of this My Last Will and Testament hereby revoking and annulling all former wills by me made. In testimony whereof, I have here unto God and affixed my and and seal this fifth day of June Seventeen Hundred and Eight-Five.

LAND WHICH JOHN MUSGROVE OWNED IN THE TAX ASSESSMENT OF 1783:

100 Acres of "Gaither's Purchase" and 54 acres of "What's Left,", dtd. Oct 29, 1779
286 acres of "Bear Garden Forest Enlarged", dtd. Mar 4, 1780 - l log house
38 acres made up of parts of "Gaither's Purchase" and "The Meadows", Mortgage of 1,527 pounds, dtd. July 13, 1780
10-1/4 acres of "Resurvey on John and Sarah", dtd. Dec 31, 1784
25 acres "Addition to Plummer's Content"
29-3/4 acres "Gaither's Meadow"
40 acres "Treed Land" - grist mill, log house, barn and outhouses
52 acres "Hannah's Purchase" - log tobacco house
66 acres "Resurvey on Plummer's Content"

A John Musgrove, was in Prince George's County in 1761, when he signed a petition as an inhabitant of Rock Creek Parish, to build a chapel of ease, however, no verification has been made as to whether this is the John Musgrove whose wife was Sarah..

Possibly emigrated from Westmoreland, England. Slave holder and owner of large tobacco plantation just outside of Baltimore, MD. Baltimore consisted of only 25 homes in 1752 but grew to 150 homes by 1762, and it was during this time that John Musgrove emigrated to the US from England. John settled in Unity, MD. Unity is located 20 miles west of Baltimore and 15 miles north of Washington, DC. Unity is described as plantation region in this time period as Washington, District of Columbia did not exist as a city. There is some indication by research done by Grace Matthews that John may have entered Sussex County, Delaware (located at the head of Delaware Bay) before going to Maryland. Grace also stated that John had a twin brother by the name of James who stayed in England

Most of the above information was furnished by the Montgomery County Historical Society.
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Shadrick Hyatt 6.35 D AA 215.l2.5 Feb 25 1771
Sureties: Basil Williams, John Musgrove.
Distribution to: Widow (unnamed, 1/3). Residue to 4 children (equally): Edward, Else, Mary, Martha.
Administrators: Zechariah Spiers and his wife Dinah Spiers of Frederick County.
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Abraham Musgrove (taylor) 110.363 BA 22.4.6 Dec 9 1772 Mar 11 1773
Appraisers: Conrad Small John Stoler. Creditors: Job Greene, Richard Parker.
Next of kin: John Musgrove.
Administrator: William Spencer.
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1756-1761 Frederick County MD Liber F Land Records. {Patricia Abelard Andersen} Pg 614-615. John Musgrove recorded deed 12 Dec. 1758, made 2 Dec. 1758 between John Plummer ofFC, for5 pcm MD, sells tract called "Plummer's Content," beginning on west side of a small branch that runs into Hawlings River, M&B given for 76 acres. Signed John Plummer before David Carlisle, David Lynn, Chas Jones. Receipt. Ack. by John Plummer. AF & duty paid.
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1756-1761 Frederick County MD Liber F Land Records. {Patricia Abelard Andersen}
615-617. John Musgrove recorded 12 Dec. 1758, made 2 Dec. 1758 between John Plummer ofFC, for 20 pcm MD, tract ofland called "Treed Land," in the fork of the Hawlings River, on a small draft on the east side thereof, that runs into Hawlings River, a draft ofPaluxent River, by surveyors certifIcate containing 40 acres. Signed John Plummer before David Lynn, David Carlisle, Chas Jones. Receipt. At the same time came John Linton [sic] and his wife Martha, and released their right ofdower. AF & duty paid.
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1756-1761 Frederick County MD Liber F Land Records. {Patricia Abelard Andersen} Pg 864-866. John Musgrove recorded 21 Nov. 1759, made 22 Nov. 1759 between John Plumer of FC,
carpenter; for 25 pcm MD, sells tract called "Addition to Plummer's Content," lying in the fork of Hallings River, M&B given beginning at tract called "Hannah's Purchase," containing 25 acres. Signed John Plummer before Jos Wood, Thos Norris. Receipt. Ack. AF & duty paid.
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Montgomery County Land Records, 1777-1781; Liber A1, Page 446. Oct 29, 1779 from Benjamin Gaither (son of Edward) of M, to John Musgrove of M, for 3080 , a certain tract of land called Gaithers Purchase, lying in M, bounded by a tract of land called Benjamins Lott, containing about 100 acres. Also a certain part of a tract of land thereunto adjoining called Whats Left, bounded by Henry Gaither's part of sd tract, containing about 54 acres. Signed - Benjn Gaither. Wit - Edwd Burgess*, George Cullom*. Elizabeth, the wife of the sd Benjamin Gaither, relinquished her right of dower to the within mentioned land. Recorded Feb 25, 1780.
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Montgomery County Land Records, 1777-1781; Liber A1, Page 456. Mar 4, 1780 from Samuel Musgrove Sr of Anne Arundel County, to John Musgrove of M, for 4004 , a certain tract of land called Bear Garden Forrest Enlarged, lying partly in N and partly in Anne Arundel County, beginning at 3 bounded chestnut saplings standing near the mouth and on the north side of Bear Garden Branch, containing about 286 acres. Signed - Samuel (,, his mark) Musgrove. Wit - Edwd Burgess*, Henry Gaither*. Sarah, the wife of the sd Samuel Musgrove, relinquished her right of dower to the within mentioned
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Montgomery County Land Records, 1777-1781; Liber A1, Page 476. Bond, recorded at the request of John Musgrove. I, Betsey Davis of M, spinstress, am bound to John Musgrove of M, in the sum of 1520 this Jul 13, 1779, to warrant that I will make over, by a good deed (in a reasonable time after the Land Office is again opened) 38 acres in M, being part of 2 tracts of land called Gaithers Purchis and the Meadow, bounded by a tract of land called Benjamins Lott, a tract of land called Gaithers Meadow. Signed - Betsy Davis. Wit - Edwd Burgess, Benjn Gaither. Recorded Mar 18, 1780. 
Musgrove, John (I039388)
 
71594 Sophia CLAGGETT
died Nov 1862 age 69
[death & burial Frederick Co. Maryland] 
Martin, Sophia (I022102)
 
71595 Sophia Eliz. dau of William & Eliza Richardson d. 2nd day of 7th mo. 1678. Richardson, Sophia (I039949)
 
71596 Sophia Richardson dau of above William & Marg't b. 7th of 3rd mo. 1696
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Richard Galloway, Jr. 29.120 AA 3018.10.10 Dec 2 1741 May 8 1744
Appraisers: Ferdinando Battee, John Watkins (deceased by May 1, 1744).
Next of kin: Samuel Galloway, Thomas Sprigg.
Executrix: Sophia Galloway (Quaker).
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Mr. Richard Galloway 29.127 BA 85.16.4 May 23 1744
Appraisers: Philip Jones, Jr., Luke Trotten. Next of kin: Samuel Galloway, Thomas Sprigg. Administratrix: Sophia Galloway
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William Richardson30,380 AA 1700.9.11 Nov 19 1744 May 10 1745
Appraisers: Joseph Cowman, Gerrard Hopkins.
Creditors: Joseph Hill, Samuel Gallaway.
Next of kin: Joseph Richardson, Sophiah Galloway.
Executors: Margaret Richardson, Daniel Richardson (Quakers).
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Watkins, John, Prince George's Co., 11th Nov., 1743; 7th Dec., 1743.
To sons John and Stephen, dwelling plantation.
To son Nicholas, residue of real estate.
To dau. Sarah Gassaway, 10s.
To wife Mary, one third personal estate.
To wife Mary and child. viz. John, Stephen, Nicholas, Anne, Frances, Mary, Hester and Jean, residue of estate. Ex.: --.
Test: Sophia Galloway (quaker), John Crosby, Fernando Battee. 23. 274
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HILL, SARAH, Anne Arundel Co. 19 Feb, 1755; 13 Mar, 1755
To grand-dau., now wife of Thomas Sprigg, furniture.
To 2 kinswomen Sarah Hopkins and Elizabeth Bankster, daus. of cousin Cassandra Giles, dec'd., 2 head of cattle.
To sister Margaret Richardson, clothing.
To 5 cousins Sarah Hill, Joseph, Daniel, Richard and Nathan Richardson, children of afsd. sister Margaret Richardson, my plate, to be divided to them, their hrs. and assigns.
Desire Sarah Hill have silverware.
To cousin Sophia Galloway, dau. of sister Margaret, slaves.
To cousin Daniel Richardson, slaves.
Five lbs. money for use of the Quakers of West River meeting.
To Richard Sprigg, son of Thomas Sprigg, spice box.
To Henry Hill, son of Doctor Richard Hill, my slave man; stock to be left in hand of son-in-law Joseph Hill, until Henry demands same.
To son-in-law Joseph Hill, certain pieces of furniture.
To Mary Wilkinson, slaves.
(Son-in-law Joseph Hill, and wife Sarah Hill)
To Joseph Richardson, 1/6 furniture.
To Daniel Richardson, 1/6 pt.
To Richard Richardson, 1/6 pt.
To Nathan Richardson, 1/6 pt.
To Thomas and Joseph Richardson, sons of cousin Thomas Richardson, late of Kent Co., dec'd., 1/6. If they all fail to have issue then to be given to Sarah Hill, Joseph, Daniel,
Richard and Nathan Richardson, all 5 being children of sister Margaret Richardson.
Cousins Joseph and Daniel Richardson, exs.
Probated by Mary and John Gillis, Quakers. 29. 334 - 335 
Richardson, Sophia (I031524)
 
71597 Sopphira and Elizabeth Richardson daus of William & Eliza of A.A. Co. b. 2nd
day of 5th mo. 1680, 2 or 3 hours with night. Sophia being first born 
Richardson, Elizabeth (I039952)
 
71598 Sothoron, Sam'll St. Mary's Co. 6th Jan., 1711; 5th Feb., 1711.
To wife Margaret, extx., entire estate., real and personal, including "Two Brothers", Friendship,'' "Southerne's Desire" and "Tower Hill."
Test: John Seager, James Crock, Amy Ford. 13.398.
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Samuell Sothoron 33B.204 I SM 88.1.6 Mar 4 1711
Appraisers: Samuel' Williamson, Charles Smith.
Next of kin: Elisabeth Price, William Wells.
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Samuell Southern 35B.94 A SM 88.1.8 25.1.8 Aug 5 1713
Payments to: John Parry, Kenelm Cheseldyne, John Segar, Richard Llewellin, St. Mary's County Publick, Mr. Henry Low, Mr. Robert Scott, Esq. Dansey, Benjamin Bright, Samuell Williamson.
Executrix: Margrett Southern.
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Samuell Southeron 36C.57 A SM 52.14.3 Sep 27 1714
Received from: Benjamin & James Bradley, Thomas Lawson.
Payments to: Col. Henry Lowe, John Birch, Mr. Low.
Executrix: Margaret Seager, wife of John Seeger. 
Sothoron, Samuel (I011755)
 
71599 source - http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~markfreeman/harrison.html

12. Cuthbert3 Harrison (Thomas2 , Burr1 ) was born Bet. 1710 - 1715 in VA, and died 1768 in Prince William County, Virginia. He married Frances Barnes 19 Nov 1738 in Prince William County, Virginia, daughter of Matthew Barnes and Frances Osborne. She was born Abt. 1718 in Charles County, Maryland, and died Aft. 1745 in VA.
Notes for Cuthbert Harrison:
One report indicates that Cuthbert Harrison may have also married Miss Randolph before 20 Oct 1750, which would mean some of these children were possibly not Frances Barnes'.

Notes for Frances Barnes:
Frances married first Thomas Osborne

Children of Cuthbert Harrison and Frances Barnes are:


+ 51 i. Elizabeth4 Harrison, born 16 Feb 1739/40; died 09 Nov 1823.

52 ii. Seth Harrison, born 14 May 1742; died Abt. 1787.

+ 53 iii. John Harrison, born 18 Aug 1744.

54 iv. Cuthbert Harrison II, born 28 Aug 1747; died 1780.

55 v. Frances Harrison, born 11 Aug 1749. She married Thomas Short; born Abt. 1745.

Notes for Frances Harrison:

Frances Harrison may have married Thomas Short.

56 vi. Anne Harrison, born 12 Jan 1751/52; died Oct 1783.

+ 57 vii. Sarah 'Sally' Harrison, born 26 Jul 1754; died 16 Dec 1842.
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Prince William County, Virginia Will Book Liber C, 1734-1744; (John Fredrick Dorman); Pages 511-512.
Bond of Cuthbert Harrison and Valentine Peyton unto Joseph Hudnall, John Wright, Thomas Stribling and Anthony Seale, Gent., justices. For 500. 24 Sept. 1744.
Cuthbert Harrison is guardian of Prudence Osborn.
Cuthbert Harrison Val. Peyton
24 Sept. 1744. ack and OR
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Prince William County, Virginia Deeds {Antient Press}: Liber I; 1745 - 1746; pp 56-57
THIS INDENTURE made the twenty eighth day of Aprill in the nineteenth year of the reign of our Sovereign Lord GEORGE the Second and in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and forty six between CUTHBERT HARRISON of the Parish of Dettingin in the County of Prince William INNHOLDER of one part and ANDREW BEARD of the Parish of Hamilton in the County of Prince William Planter of the other part Witnesseth that the said CUTHBERT HARRISON for the Rents and Agreements herein after mentioned expressed the said CUTHBERT HARRISON doth for himself his heirs by these presents hereby grant set and to farm let unto the said ANDREW BEARD his heirs or assigns all that parcel of land which the aforesaid CUTHBERT HARRISON purchased of CHRISTOPHER HOLMES lying on LUCKEY RUN in the Parish of Dittingin and County of Prince William aforesaid containing One hundred and thirteen acres of land together with all houses and appurtenances whatsoever belonging (an mines and mine oar only excepted and foreprized) for and during the term of ninety nine years next ensueing the date of these presents to begin from the Twenty day of November now next following & fully to be compleated paying therefore yearly and every year next after the first year the yearly reserved rent of five hundred and thirty pounds of Tobacco according to Law on the Tenth day of November in every year and aforesaid CUTHBERT HARRISON doth agree for himself to and with the said ANDREW BEARD his heirs and assigns to pay a Carpenter for building a Dwelling House and finishing the Tobacco that is now on the said premises and said ANDREW BEARD for himself agree to plant an Orchard of one hundred and fifty Apple trees on the said premises within four years next after the date of these presents and the same to keep in good order within a good fence and it is further agreed said yearly rent should happen to be behind and unpaid on the Tenth day of November every year that then it may be lawful for the said CUTHBERT HARRISON or his A uorney lawfully authorized to enter into the said premises and destrain for the said yearly rent or any part and the distress then & there to take and carry away to satifie the said yearly rent and Lastly for the due performance of all and singular the clauses and agreements herein before mentioned and which ought to be kept on the parts of each of the parties the said CUTHBERT HARRISON & ANDREW BEARD aforesaid doth bind themselves & their heirs and assigns each to the other in the sum of Ten thousand pounds of Tobacco to be paid by the delinquent to the other. In Witness whereof the parties have set their hands and Seals
in presence of ANDREW DALTON, CUTHBT. HARRISON
WILLIAM HAYTER, HENRY HALLEY
At a Court held for the County of Prince William the 28th day of April 1746
CUTHBERT HARRISON acknowledged this Lease for Years to ANDREW BEARD to be his act and deed which is admitted to record
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Prince William County, Virginia Deeds {Antient Press}: Liber M; 1749 - 1752; pp 117-120
HIS INDENTURE made the 20th and twenty first day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred & fifty Between JOHN RANDOLPH of the County of Prince William Planter & ANNE his Wife one of the Daughters & Coheirs of THOMAS OSBORNE late of the sd County Gent, deced of one part and CUTHBERT HARRISON of the same County Gent, of the other part Witnesseth that JOHN RANDOLPH and ANNE his Wife have sold unto said CUTHBERT HARRISON (in his actual possession by virtue of a Lease for one year & by force of the statute for transferring uses into possession) & to his heirs & assigns all the right which the said JOHN RANDOLPH & ANNE his Wife in the right of the said ANNE have to all the tract of land whereon said CUTHBERT HARRISON now liveth in the said County of Prince William formerly belonging to the said THOMAS OSBORNE which by the death of said THOMAS OSBORNE came upon the Daughters & Coheirs of the said THOMAS OSBORNE subject to the dower of the said THOMAS OSBORNEs Widow who hath since intermarried with & is now the Wife of the said CUTHBERT HARRISON and also of & to all the Slaves goods Chattles & personal Estate whatsoever of the said THOMAS OSBORNE which said JOHN RANDOLPH & ANNE his Wife in right of the said ANNE may claim after the decease of sd THOMAS OSBORNEs Widow & which said CUTHBERT HARRISON now holdeth for her Dover in the lands and Slaves of said THOMAS OSBORNE or which said JOHN RANDOLPH & ANNE his Wife can claim To Have and To Hold all the lands tenements slaves goods & chattles therein intended to be granted unto the said CUTHBERT HARRISON his heirs and assigns except only so much of the personal Estate of the said THOMAS OSBORNE as the said JOHN RANDOLPH & ANNE his Wife in right of the said ANNE are in the actual possession of at the time of the Execution of these presents It being the true intent hereof that the said JOHN RANDOLPH & ANNE his Wife should convey unto CUTHBERT HARRISON & his heirs all of the reall & persona! Estate whatsoever of said THOMAS OSBORNE which said JOHN RANDOLPH & ANNE his Wife may be entitled to either in possession or remainder as one of the Coheirs of the sd THOMAS OSBORNE Father or PRUDENCE her Sister and said JOHN RANDOLPH & ANNE his Wife do grant said 'CUTHT. HARRISON shall have all the lands slaves goods chattles & personal Estate which belonged to the said THOMAS OSBORNE except only such part as hath been delivered to the possession of the said JOHN RANDOLPH & ANNE his Wife, In Witness whereof the said parties have set their hands and seals
in presence of H. PEYTON, JOHN RANDOLPH
ALEX PARKER JR., JOHN RALLS ANN RANDOLPH
At a Court held for the County of Prince William the 22d day of October 1750
JOHN RANDOLPH and ANN his Wife (she being first privately examined and thereto consenting) acknowledged this Release & Receipt which are admitted to record
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Prince William County, Virginia Deeds {Antient Press}: Liber M; 1749 - 1752; pp 216-217
Lord One thousand seven hundred & fifty one Between WM. HENDLEY of the County of HENRICO and MARY his Wife one of the Daughters & Coheirs of THOMAS OSBORNE late of the sd County Gent deced of one part and CUTHBERT HARRISON of the sd County of Prince William Gent. of the other part Witnesseth that for the sum of Eighty pounds Currt. money they the sd WM. HENDLEY and MARY his Wife have sold unto the said CUTHBERT HARRISON (in his actual possession now being by virtue of a Lease for one year and by the force of the Statute for transferring uses into possession) & to his heirs and assigns all the Interest claim whatsoever which the said WM. HENDLEY and MARY his Wife in the right of the said MARY bath to all that Plantation & tract of land whereon the said CUTHBERT HARRISON now liveth in the said County of Prince Wm. formerly belonging to the said THOMAS OSBORNE & all the lands & hereditaments whatsoever formerly belonging to THOMAS OSBORNE in the County of Prince William or else where which by the death of the said THOMAS OSBORNE descended upon the Daughers & heirs of the said THOMAS OSBORNE subject to the dower of said THOMAS OSBORNEs Widow who bath since intermarried with & now is the Wife of CUTHBERT HARRISON and also to all the slaves goods chattles personal estate whatsoever of the said THOMAS OSBORNE which the said WM. HENDLEY and MARY his Wife in the right of the said MARY may claim & demand as one of the Sisters and Coheirs of said THOMAS OSBORNE who is since dead To Have and To Hold all the lands and chattles unto the said CUTHBERT HARRISON his heirs and assigns it being the meaning hereof that WM. HENLEY & MARY his Wife should convey all of the real & personal Estate whatsoever of the said THOMAS OSBORNE which either of them in right of the said MARY may be entituled as One of the Coheirs of the said THOMAS OSBORNE her Father or PRUDENCE her Sister (except such part of his personal Estate & slaves as hath been delivered to the said WM. HENLEY & MARY his Wife). In Witness whereof the sd parties have set their hands & seals
in presence of THOS. HARRISON, WILLIAM HENLEY
WM. ELLZEY, JNO. STURMAN, MARY HENLEY
W. HARRISON
At a Court held for the County of Prince William the 25 day of November 1751 WILLIAM HENLEY & MARY his Wife (she being first privately examined and thereto consenting) acknowledged this Release & Receipt to be their act and deed which are admitted to record 
Harrison, Cuthbert (I012458)
 
71600 Source - http://www.crystalmountain-aromatics.com/genealogy/bowen/bowen.htm
The Journey and Sojourn of the William Bowen Family of Mansker's Creek, Anne Cato Sowell(Bowen-Campbell House Association; PO Box 781, Goodlettsville, TN 37072; 1989). Price in 1995 - $4.00.
Historical Sketches of the Cambell, Pilcher and Kindred Families, Margaret Cambeill Pilcher (Nashville: Marshall and Bruce Company, 1911)

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=mnphill2&id=I012 3 
Bowen, William (I059261)
 

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