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72101 World Family Tree Vol. 21, Ed. 1
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Oliver, Bacon (I036460)
 
72102 World Family Tree Vol. 21, Ed. 1
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Oliver, Anne MNU (I036461)
 
72103 World Family Tree Vol. 21, Ed. 1
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Oliver, Sarah (I036462)
 
72104 World Family Tree Vol. 21, Ed. 1
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Oliver, Anne (I036463)
 
72105 World Family Tree Vol. 21, Ed. 1
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Crutchley, Ruth (I036469)
 
72106 World Family Tree Vol. 21, Ed. 1
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Crutchley, Elizabeth (I095946)
 
72107 Worrel, S. The Northern Kentucky Marriage Database. Orem, UT: Ancestry, Inc., 1998

Marriages of Campbell, Boone and Kenton Counties, Kentucky, 1795-1850

BOBBETT, Elijah M. & Mary QUICK, 25 Aug. 1841, m by James Finnell, b George Hall, B-43, Boone Co., KY

BOBBETT, Gayner & Susan FLORENCE, 4 Apr. 1837, m by Wm. Hume, b John Florence, B-15, Boone Co., KY

BOBBETT, John & Mariah ROSS, 31 May 1832, m by WH, b James Ross, Campbell Co., KY

BOBBIT, Randolph & Polly KEEN, 27 Dec. 1814, m by CJT, b Joseph Keen, Campbell Co., KY

BOBET, James & Margarett MANN, 4 July 1821, m by WH, b Samuel Pavy, c by Benjamin Mann [relationship not stated], Campbell Co., KY 
Bobbitt, Lucy (I101448)
 
72108 Worrel, S. The Northern Kentucky Marriage Database. Orem, UT: Ancestry, Inc., 1998

Marriages of Campbell, Boone and Kenton Counties, Kentucky, 1795-1850

GAINES, Archibald K. & Margaret A. DUDLEY, 26 Aug. 1843, m by S. Lynn, b John Dudley, B-70, Boone Co., KY 
Family F04704
 
72109 Worrel, S. The Northern Kentucky Marriage Database. Orem, UT: Ancestry, Inc., 1998
Marriages of Campbell, Boone and Kenton Counties, Kentucky, 1795-1850

CAVE, Belfield & Polly CAVE, 16 Dec. 1828, m by Robert Kirtley, b Willis Graves, A-106, Boone Co., KY

CAVE, Daniel & Nancy WILKERSON, 27 Nov. 1838, m by R. Kirtley, b Peter Cropper, B-26, Boone Co., KY

CAVE, Jeremiah & Polley GRAVES, 21 Dec. 1807, BD, m by Lewis Deweese, b Reuben Graves, c by father Absalom Graves, w by Reuben Graves & William Rice, A-8, Boone Co., KY

CAVE, John & Harriet COLLINS, 3 May 1835, m by Th. H. Gibbins, b Ed. Armstrong, c by father Richard Collins, B-2, Boone Co., KY

CAVE, John & Lucy WHITE, 25 Oct. 1821, m by Christopher Wilson, b Willis Graves, A-62, Boone Co., KY

CAVE, John & Polley Craig, 9 Aug. 1802, m by Lewis Deweese, b Archd Huston, A-3, Boone Co., KY

CAVE, John W. & Ann G. WATTS, 11 May 1849, m by P.C. Scott, b John M. Hoshal, A. Hedges swore that Ann G. Watts was the daughter of Benj. Watts and was upwards of 21 years of age, C-216, Boone Co., KY

CAVE, Manlius V. & Matilda DULANY, 14 Aug. 1836, m by Wm. Whitaker, b Allen G. McCoy, c by mother Lucy H. Johnson of Francisville for daughter Malinda Delany, B-11, Boone Co., KY

CAVE, Richd & Mahalia ROGERS, 1 May 1822, m by Christopher Wilson, b Willis Graves, A-67, Boone Co., KY

CAVE, Richd & Nancy GRAVES, 21 May 1810, BD, m by Lewis Deweese, b John Willis, c by fathers Absalom Graves & Richd Cave, A-9, Boone Co., KY

CAVE, William & Lucinda ROGERS, 25 Dec. 1814, m by Christopher Wilson, b Willis Graves, c by father William Rogers, A-18, Boone Co., KY

ARNOLD, Lewis B. & Nancy CAVE, 6 Oct. 1840, m by Robert Kirtley, b Belfield Cave, B-38 , Boone Co., KY
GRAVES, Walker & Eliza CAVE, 8 Jan. 1828, m by Robert Kirtley, b Belfield Cave, A-102, Boone Co., KY
PARKER, Arthur & Elizabeth TERRILL, 8 Mar. 1833, m by William Whitaker, b Belfield Cave, c by mother Polly Terrill, w by James Terrill, A-129, Boone Co., KY 
Cave, Belfield (I047893)
 
72110 Worrel, S.: Marriages of Campbell, Boone and Kenton Counties, Kentucky, 1795-1850

ADAMS, Alanson & Cornelia H. BUSH, 1 Apr. 1824, m by Christopher Wilson, b James N. Stephens, c by mother Hannah Willis, w by John Willis & Benjamin Stephens, A-80, Boone Co., KY

BARTLETT, William & Mary WOOD, 4 May 1823, m by HR, b John Willis, Campbell Co., KY

CAVE, Richd & Nancy GRAVES, 21 May 1810, BD, m by Lewis Deweese, b John Willis, c by fathers Absalom Graves & Richd Cave, A-9, Boone Co., KY

CORNELIUS, George & Betsey WILLIS, 11 Aug. 1814, m by Absalom Graves, b Wm Moore, A-17, Boone Co., KY

ELLIOT, E.N. & Ann M. WILLIS, 3 Oct. 1832, m by Robert Kirtley, b David Huston, A-125, Boone Co., KY

FAWCETT, John W. & Catherine WILLIS, 8 Dec. 1842, m by JGA, b Jonathan Hathaway, Kenton Co., KY

GRANT, Evan D. & Sarah Ann WILLIS, 30 July 1847, m by Wm.T. Winston, b John Grant, C-2, Boone Co., KY

GRANT, George W. & Eliza V. THEOBALD, 11 Dec. 1849, m by JCB, b J.D. Willis, Kenton Co., KY

GRANT, John & Polley WILLIS, 16 Feb. 1820, m by Absalom Graves, b George Cornelius, A-53, Boone Co., KY

GRANT, William H. & Elizabeth Jane WILLIS, 28 Oct. 1847, m by Robert Kirtley, b Armstead Willis, C-88 , Boone Co., KY

INGRAM, James & Polley GARNETT, 9 Dec. 1814, m by Absalom Graves, b Robert Willis, A-18, Boone Co., KY

LEE, Richard & Sarah Jane WILLIS, 21 Mar. 1837, m by Francis Craig, b J.A. Fuller, c by bride's unnamed father, B-15, Boone Co., KY

MACKLIN, George & Eliza WILLIS, 15 Oct. 1827, BD, b Henry Thompson, Alfred Stites made oath that mother Polly Buffington, "late widow Willis," gave her consent, Campbell Co., KY

RUDDELL, Cornelius & Jane WILLIS, 5 Sept. 1833, m by Francis Craig, b John C. Waggoner, A-130, Boone Co., KY

SIMMONS, James H. & Annette WILLIS, 29 May 1848, m by JJH, b Henry W. Wayman, Kenton Co., KY

TINER, Richard & Martha NOBLE, 22 Oct. 1823, m by James Dickens, b Benj. G. Willis, c by N. Noble, brother of Martha, who stated that his mother, Elizabeth Noble, consented and that he consented as executor of his deceased father, Thomas Noble, A-76, Boone Co., KY

VOSHELL, Matthias & Ann WILLIS, 15 Nov. 1827, m by Robert Kirtley, b Arthur Parker, c by "George Cornelius the representative of Mrs. Willis," A-101, Boone Co., KY

WAGGONER, Jno. C. & Matilda WILLIS, 25 Feb. 1824, m by James Dickens, b Ben G. Willis, A-79, Boone Co., KY

WILLIS, Armstead & Dorcas LINDSEY, 18 Dec. 1823, m by James Dickens, b Thomas Lindsay, A-77, Boone Co., KY

WILLIS, Benjamin G. & Ann M. GRANT, 2 Mar. 1814, m by Absalom Graves, b Jno. J. Flournoy, A-16, Boone Co., KY

WILLIS, Lewis & Polley RYLE, 5 Mar. 1818, m by Absalom Graves, b John Ryle, A-39, Boone Co., KY

WILLIS, Lorenzo D. & Catharine L. ANDERSON, 19 Jan. 1837, BD, b William Vestal, Campbell Co., KY

WILLIS, Robert & Nancy CAVE, 31 Mar. 1820, m by William Montague, b Abslaom Graves, A-54, Boone Co., KY

WILLIS, Robert & Nancy GARNETT, 4 Jan. 1809, m by Lewis Deweese, b Joseph Graves, c by father Edmund Garnett, w by Reuben Graves, A-9, Boone Co., KY

WILLIS, William & Sarah Ann TUBMAN, 6 Mar. 1839, m by AW, b John B. Fowler, Campbell Co., KY

WILLIS, Wm. G. & Margaret SCOTT, 10 June 1841, m by James D. Holding, b Chasteen Scott, B-42, Boone Co., KY
 
Willis, John (I087715)
 
72111 Worrel, S.: Marriages of Campbell, Boone and Kenton Counties, Kentucky, 1795-1850

BASS, Jackson & Nancy CONNER, 12 Mar. 1843, m by Lewis Conner, b John Conner, B-53, Boone Co., KY

CONNER, John & Mary DICKEN, 24 Dec. 1801, BD, m by John Taylor, b Bailas Cloud, c by Richd Dicken [relationship not stated], A-2, Boone Co., KY 
Conner, John (I005799)
 
72112 Worrel, S.: Marriages of Campbell, Boone and Kenton Counties, Kentucky, 1795-1850

BASS, Jackson & Nancy CONNER, 12 Mar. 1843, m by Lewis Conner, b John Conner, B-53, Boone Co., KY

CONNER, John & Mary DICKEN, 24 Dec. 1801, BD, m by John Taylor, b Bailas Cloud, c by Richd Dicken [relationship not stated], A-2, Boone Co., KY 
Conner, John (I083607)
 
72113 Worrel, S.: Marriages of Campbell, Boone and Kenton Counties, Kentucky, 1795-1850

CONNER, Reuben & Elizabeth P. CARPENTER, 24 Jan. 1850, m by Lewis Conner, b Woodford Carpenter, C-272, Boone Co., KY 
Family F04467
 
72114 Worrel, S.: Marriages of Campbell, Boone and Kenton Counties, Kentucky, 1795-1850

GARNETT, Joel & Ann Eliza GRAVES, 9 Oct. 1833, m by Robert Kirtley, b David Hogan, c by father Reuben Graves, A-131, Boone Co., KY

SHARP, Manain W. & Lucinda TANNER, 10 Jan. 1828, LD, m by Robert Kirtley, b Richard Parker, c by Reuben Graves guardian of Lucinda Tanner [per p.58, Guardian Bond Book], A-109, Boone Co., KY

WILLIS, Robert & Nancy GARNETT, 4 Jan. 1809, m by Lewis Deweese, b Joseph Graves, c by father Edmund Garnett, w by Reuben Graves, A-9, Boone Co., KY

CAVE, Jeremiah & Polley GRAVES, 21 Dec. 1807, BD, m by Lewis Deweese, b Reuben Graves, c by father Absalom Graves, w by Reuben Graves & William Rice, A-8, Boone Co., KY

ROWN, Robert L. & Phebe TANNER, 12 Dec. 1826, m by Robert Kirtley, b William Brown, c by Rueben Graves, guardian [relationship not stated, but p.58 of Guardian Bonds Book lists Reuben Graves as guardian of William, Phebe, Lucinda, Katharine, James & John Tanner, children of John Tanner], w by Felicia Cave & James Clester, A-94, Boone Co., KY
 
Graves, Rueben (I055346)
 
72115 Worrel, S.: Marriages of Campbell, Boone and Kenton Counties, Kentucky, 1795-1850

RUDDELL, Cornelius & Jane WILLIS, 5 Sept. 1833, m by Francis Craig, b John C. Waggoner, A-130, Boone Co., KY 
Family F28151
 
72116 Worrel, S.: Marriages of Campbell, Boone and Kenton Counties, Kentucky, 1795-1850

RUDDELL, Cornelius & Jane WILLIS, 5 Sept. 1833, m by Francis Craig, b John C. Waggoner, A-130, Boone Co., KY 
Family F28704
 
72117 Worrel, S.: Marriages of Campbell, Boone and Kenton Counties, Kentucky, 1795-1850

RUDDELL, George & Martha NEEL, 4 Aug. 1825, m by Absalom Graves, b William Neel, A-86, Boone Co., KY 
Family F37384
 
72118 Worrel, S.: Marriages of Campbell, Boone and Kenton Counties, Kentucky, 1795-1850 Family F04405
 
72119 Worrel, S.: Marriages of Campbell, Boone and Kenton Counties, Kentucky, 1795-1850 Family F28152
 
72120 WORSDELL, SARAH (d.t., 1750). COB#2, p. 680: 2 November 1750

King George County Virginia Will Book A-1 1721-1752. Compiled and Published by George Harrison Sanford King Fellow, American Society of Genealogists Fredericksburg, Virginia 1978

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[pages 182-183 in book]

1749/1750

Pages 237 - 238 - Will of Sarah Worsdell - In the name of God Amen. I Sarah Worsdell of King George County and the Parish of Hannover being very old and calling to mind all mortall flesh once must die, bequeath my body to the earth to be buried in a Christian manner and my soul to Almighty God who gave it me hoping to meet with a joyfull resurection. As touching my worldly estate which is hath pleased Almighty God to bless me with, do leave it as followeth, vizt

Item: I leave to my beloved son Richard Worsdell two shillings sterling.

Item: I leave to my beloved daughter Winefred Williams two shillings sterling.

Item: I leave my beloved daughter Sarah Wharton two shillings sterling.

Item: I leave to my beloved daughter Mary Marshall two shillings sterling to be paid them after my death by my Executrix.

Item: I leave all the rest of my estate to my beloved daughter Catherine Worsdell and do appoint my loving daughter Catherine Worsdell my whole Executrix of this my last Will and Testament, revoking all other wills made by me whatsoever as Witness my hand and seale this 18th day of February 1747/8.My desire is that my estate shall not be appraised.

Sarah (her [X] mark) Worsdell Seale

Signed Sealed & Delivered in Presence of us

Josiah Farguson

John Wren

At a Court held for King George County on Friday May 4th 1750. The last Will and Testament of Sarah Worsdall, Deceased, was presented into court by Catherine Crowley (late Worsdell) who made oath thereto and the same was proved by the oath of John Wren and admitted to record.

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Marshall, Sarah MNU (I030706)
 
72121 would have been Frederick County before 1778

iv. Rebecca Odell Chiswell was born 1759 in BuckLodge, Montgomery, MD, and died 1830. She married Benjamin White 17 DEC 1790 in , Frederick County, Maryland. He was born 1760 in , Prince George's, MD, and died 15 APR 1822 in BuckLodge, Montgomery, MD. 
Chiswell, Rebecca Odell (I023117)
 
72122 WP 23 Jan 1804 Fauquier Co. VA

Will of Benjamin James 1746 - 1803
In the name of God amen I Benjamin James of the County of Fauquier and State of Virginia being weak and sickley of body but of sound mind and memory do constitute and appoint this to be my last will and testament in manner and form following after my just debts and funeral expenses be discharged and paid

Item it is my will and desire that my loving wife Elizabeth shall possess and enjoy the tract of land I now live on during her life and at her decease to be equally divided among the children she has by me also I give and bequeath to my wife the negroes hereafter mentioned Anthony, Winny, David, George, Mary, Agga, Adam and Lewis to possess the said negroes during her life and after her decease to be equally divided among the children she has by me but the increase of the said negroes she may dispose of as she may think proper.

Item I give and bequeath to my son Benjamin two young negroes one by the name of Tom and the other by the name of Polly children of Mary which he is not to possess till the first day of October 1805. I give the said negroes to him and his heirs forever. Also I give my son Benjamin one negroe man by the name of Tom which is now in the Indian Country. Also one horse bridle and saddle which said horse he has now in possession but not to be at his disposal till he comes of age which will be the first day of October 1805. Also I give my son Benjamin all that tract of land I purchased of John and William Scott which sais tract is situate and lying on the Tombigba River a little below the falls of said river, I give the said tract of land to him and his heirs forever. Also i give my son Benjamin all that tract of land situate and lying on the Big Black Creed a branch of the Massesipa (Missisissippi) River containing 600 acres. I give it to him and his heirs forever.

Item I give and bequeath to my son Thomas two young negroes one named Jack the other Lucindia but it is my will that he is not to possess them until he comes of age.

Item I give and bequeath to my son John two young negroes one by the name of Lucy the other Judy but not to possess them until he comes of age. It is my will that my sons Thomas and John shall also possess the increase of the said negroes when they come of age I give them to them and their hiers forever

Item it is my will and desire that my wife shall give bo my children she has by me one feather bed and furniture at the time they come of age. Also it is my will that at her decease all the stockof every kind household and kiethen furniture and plantation utensils shall be equally divided among the children I have by her.

Finally I constitute and appoint my cousin Joseph James and my son Benjamin Executors and my loving wife Elizabeth Executrix of this my last will and testament hereby and making void all other will or will heretofore by me made and declare and pronounce this to be my last will and testament.

In witness where I set my hand and seal this 27th day of September, 1803
Benjamin James
Peter Conway
George Settle

Proved January 23, 1804. 
James, Benjamin (I044182)
 
72123 Wright, JOHN, Charles Co. 3 Jan, 1769
12 Apr, 1769
Son: Ignatius Wright.
Dau: Anne Posey,
To son John Wright, all lands; tract whereon I now dwell called "Wentworths" Rest," and pt, of tract. called Galey's Rest" or Galey's Venture," and commonly "Pages Landing; but If he shd, die without Issue, then desire dau. Anne Posey, shall have possession and enjoy the land and premises which was willed to John. At her death to grandson Richard Posey. Ex: Son John Wright. Wit: Joseph Hanson Harrison Ruben Wright, Mary Mathews. 37.115
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John Wright 102.266 CH £144.18.4 Aug 7 1769 Dec 6 1769
Appraisers: William Stone, William Barker.
Creditors: Ignatius Ryon, Knox & Baillie.
Next of kin: Ignatius Wright, Anne Posey (signed on August 10, 1769).
Executor: John Wright.
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Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 701. Nov 16, 1769 from John Wright of CC, planter, to Joseph Hanson Harrison of CC, for 17 pistoles and for divers other good causes, a tract of land in CC called Galeys Rest, lying on the north side of Potomack River, bounded by the west boundary of lands land, containing about 100 acres.
Signed - John Wright_ Wit - Walter Hanson*, J Hawkins*.
Recorded May 2, 1770.
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Charles County Land Record Book S#3, 1770-1775; Page 67. Bill of Sale. I, Margarett Collings of CC, for S £ 4 shillings and 10 pence and 405 lbs of crop tobacco, have sold to William Wright and John Wright, 5 hogs, 1 bed and bedstock & furniture, 5 pewter plates, and 1 pewter dish, and all the corn and tobacco that sd Margarett Collins has in her possession in the world. Signed Nov 13, 1770 - Magitt (+ her mark} Collings. Wit - Mary Collings, Eliz. Collings. Recorded Nov 13, 1770.
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Charles County Land Record Book S#3, 1770-1775; Page 319. Nov 7, 1772 from John Wright of CC, planter, to Capt. Robert Knox of CC, for 301 £ 18 shillings, and for divers other good causes, part of 2 tracts of land, the one called Wentworths Rest or Wright Point, the other Hudsons Adventure, adjoining to the 1st tract, both lying on Potomack River in CC, bounded by sd parts of the 2 afd tracts of land sold by John Wright unto Robert Knox as afd, thence to a bank of sd Potomack River at or near a place commonly, called the Stave Landing, the boundary of several other tracts of land, containing 141.6 acres. Signed - John Wright. Wit - Dan Jenifer*, Jo: H: Harrison*. Catharine, the wife of the sd John Wright, relinquished her right of dower. Recorded Nov 14, 1772.
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Riverside: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 347-30: GALLEYS REST: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - None: : Surveyed 20 April 1670 for Thomas Galley at the N.W. Tree of Philip Land, land on the North side Potomac river; said to be in GALLEYS VENTURE: Other Tracts Mentioned: PHILLIPS LAND; GALLEYS VENTURE; ; Conveyance notes - said to be in GALLEYS VENTURE,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Riverside: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 345-19: GALLEYS VENTURE: 200 acres; Possession of - 200 Acres - Wright, Thomas: Surveyed 19 July 1666 for Thomas Galley beginning at a bound oak the bound tree of John Tomkinsons land called CHESHIRES THICKETT: Other Tracts Mentioned: CHESHIRES THICKETT;
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Riverside: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 346-25: WENTWORTH REST: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Wright, Thomas: Surveyed 14 June 1669 for Thomas Wentworth beginning at a bound oak on the East side Piscataway river near the land of Edward Price.:
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Riverside: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 429-365: HUDSONS ADVENTURE: 50 acres; Possession of - 50 Acres - Hudson, Thomas: : Lying on the East side of Potomack River, surveyed 9 Oct 1737 for Thomas Hudson: Conveyance notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, 
Wright, John (I011509)
 
72124 WRIGHT, Charles & Diannah DIXON, 13 Dec. 1824, m by Michael Rouse, b Henry Dixon, [bond is dated 5 Feb. 1825], A-83, Boone County, Kentucky Family F03369
 
72125 Wroe, William Clarke; The Wroe and Chancellor Families; Edgewater MD, 1992
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Wills of Westmoreland County, Virginia , Page 6
BROOKS, HENRY, shipwright, 21 June 1662; 3 February 1662/3.
My wife Joane to be exx.; dau. Dorothy Brooks; grandchild Lidia dau. of Lawrence Abbington; Henry Saxton my godson and his father Nicholas Saxton; dau. Jane Higden; dau. Lidia Abbington; Richard Cole to be overseer.
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CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS PATENT BOOK No. 5; Pg 449
DOROTHY BROOKES alias Butler, 650 acs. W'moreland Co., 23 Mar. 1664, p. 172, (55). Upon S.W. side of Appamattox Cr. & Potomack Riv. running &c. to small gutt dividing this & part of pattent layd out for Major Washington, thence to Bigwood Sw., extend. to head of same thence with trees which divides this & land now in possession of Higden & Lawrence Abington, & N. Wly. to land taken up by Richard Griffin & Major. Washington. Said land given by will from Henry Brookes to sd. Dorothy; 329 acs. of which is held by patent dated 14 Oct. 1657, 321 acs. found more due for trans. of 7 pers: Jno. Smith, Jno. Wells, Jno. Evans Tho. Coles, Jno. Devenith, Jno. Jenkins, Robt. Parker.
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URL (Click on link) http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=55&last=&g_p=P5&col lection=LO Patent
Title Brookes[Butler], Dorothy.
Publication 23 March 1664.
Gen. note Brookes, Dorothy (alias Butler) (mm: orginally Henry Brooks}
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
Note Location: Westmoreland County.
Description: 650 acres on the south side of Appamattox Creek and Potomack River.
Source: Land Office Patents No. 5, 1661-1666 (v.1 & 2 p.1-369), p. 55 (Reel 5). 
Brooke, Dorothy (I029956)
 
72126 Wroe, William Clarke; The Wroe and Chancellor Families; Edgewater MD, 1992 Saxton, Jane (I029955)
 
72127 WSM Apr 19 1793/Thomas Beall of Samuel has undertaken the Navigation of Potowmack from Cumberland to Williams Port
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History of Allegany County, Maryland, by James W. Thomas, LL.D. and Judge T. J. C. Williams Volume I Baltimore, 1969 Page 444-446

Thomas Beall of Samuel, the Founder of Cumberland. "Thomas Beall of Samuel, founder of the city of Cumberland, Maryland, was born in July, 1744. He was the son of Col. Samuel Beall, and his wife Eleanor Brooke, the great granddaughter of Gov. Robert Brooke, of Maryland. Col. Samuel Beall was the son of John Beall, the son of Alexander Beall, who came to Maryland from Scotland in 1666.
Thomas Beall of Samuel was a captain of one of the Rifle companies which was engaged in the regiment of Col. Moses Rawlings, which took part in all the engagements around New York during the American Revolution, and which did such effect work. He served throughout the entire war, serving the last three years in the western department. An interesting affidavit of his, as the captain of his company, may be found in manuscript in the Manuscript Division of the Congressional Library. Shortly after the close of the war Captain Thomas Beall moved to the site of Fort Cumberland, purchased the necessary land and laid out the town of Cumberland. Many of the streets, he named after men prominent in the Civil and Military History of Maryland, such as Baltimore, Washington, Lee, Green, Smallwood, Paca, Beall, Jefferson, Pulaski. The town as laid out by him consisted of about five hundred lots, four of which, near the center of the town, he dedicated for county purposes, known now as Court House Square. Captain Thomas Beall married a cousin, Verlinda Beall, and had a daughter, Elizabeth Beall, who married her cousin Asa Beall , the son of Richard Beall, the brother of Captain Thomas Beall of Samuel.
Captain Thomas Beall of Samuel died in 1823, as appears from the following notice in the Maryland Advocate, published in Cumberland at the time: 'Died on Tuesday, the 25th, Captain Thomas Beall of Samuel, at an advanced age.' He was a participator in the struggles of the Revolution and proprietor of the town of Cumberland. Captain Beall had several other of his relatives who followed him to Cumberland, among them his two great nephews, Gustavus Beall, who was a prominent citizen of Allegany county for more than forty years, and Thomas Heugh Beall, the sons of Col. Thomas Brooke Beall, who left a large number of descendants. Gustavus Beall married Rachael, daughter of Benjamin Tomlinson of Allegany county, They had eleven children who, by intermarriage with the Eckles, Hedges, Gephart, Deford and Firy families, constitute a very large connection living in this and other parts of the United States. Thomas Heugh Beall, the brother of Gustavus, married a Miss Cheston of Philadelphia, and while they had only four children, they in turn left a large progeny, among them that progressive and enterprising and public spirited citizen of Cumberland, the late William Riland Beall, and his wife Rachael Beall, of such happy memory, and who had eight children. Another relative of Captain Thomas Beall of Samuel, who lived in Cumberland, was his great-niece Margaret Anne Williams, the wife of Leonard Holliday Johns, She was the daughter of Harriet Beall, the daughter of Brooke Beall, the brother of Captain Thomas Beall and his wife Margaret Johns, 2nd rector of Emmanuel Episcopal Church, Cumberland; Sarah Johns, the wife of Robert Read and mother of the Honorable William J. Read, formerly of Cumberland, and of Col. Thomas Johns, of the U. S. A., who married Mary Martha Magruder, and who were the parents of the mother of Thomas Johns Anderson, lawyer and United States Commissioner of this city.

Dec. 15, 1827 in the Maryland Advocate- Cumberland,MD:

Equity Court Case- Cumberland Bank of Allegany, Roger Perry, David Lynn,
Thomas Blair and Henry Winour vs Isaac Beall, William T. Beall, Benjamin M. Beall and others. Object is to obtain decree for sale of the estate of
Thomas Beall, of Samuel, Allegany Co, decd. the bill states Thomas Beall, of Samuel, made his will and died in 1823, seized of certain tracts in Allegany Co. By said will he devised to his negro man Basil a small piece of land and then devised all the residue of his estate to 8 of his grandchildren, to wit: William T. Beall, Benjamin M. Beall, Jesse T. Beall, Joseph T. Beall, Isaac M. Beall, Samuel B. Beall, Daniel Beall, Elizabeth B. Beall, children of the devisor's son Isaac Beall. 
Beall, Thomas (I036715)
 
72128 WV Kessler/Kesler/Keslar Family Historian
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Kessler, John (I060451)
 
72129 WV Kessler/Kesler/Keslar Family Historian
KesslerWV@aol.com 
Kessler, Mary (I060452)
 
72130 WV Kessler/Kesler/Keslar Family Historian
KesslerWV@aol.com 
Kessler, George (I060454)
 
72131 WV Kessler/Kesler/Keslar Family Historian
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72132 WV Kessler/Kesler/Keslar Family Historian
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72133 WV Kessler/Kesler/Keslar Family Historian
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72134 WV Kessler/Kesler/Keslar Family Historian
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72137 www.elgins.com
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ELGIN, George, Charles Co. 22 Sep 1748; 15 Dec 1748

Personal: George is the common ancestor of most American Elgins. He had a brother named James who was also baptised in Banff, on May 16, 1679 but no other record of siblings has as yet been discovered. George came to Port Tobacco, MD as a tailor circa 1700. In 1702 he is recorded as witnessing the will of an Englishman named William Bagley. George purchased two pieces of property in 1708 called "Batchelor's Rest" and "Batchelor's Agreement".
Will: "In the name of God Amen, I George Elgin of Charles County in the Province of Maryland, being sick and weake in body but of sound and perfect mind and memory thanks be to Almighty God, do make and ordain this to be my last will and testament in manner and form following making null and void all other wills by me heretofore made. First and principally I recommend my soul to the hands of Almights God that gave it, my body to the earth to be decently buried at the direction of my Executors hereafter named; estate to be disposed in the following manner: I will that my just debts first be paid. I give and bequeath to my loving son John Elgin 125 acres being part of a tract called "Batchelors Agreement" to him the said John Elgin and his heirs and assigns forever, the said land to be divided across and the said John Elgin to have his first choice.
Item:I give and bequeath to my loving son William Elgin the remaining tract of the above tract of land called "Batchelors Agreement" and maining tract of the above tract of land called "Batchelors Agreement" and one other tract of land called "Batchelor's Rest" containing 100 acres more or less to him and his heirs and assigns forever, that is to say after the death of my wife Elizabeth Elgin, but my will is that she my said wife to hold and enjoy the said two tracts of land to my son William before bequeathed during her natural life and further my will is that if my said son William should die without lawfull issue that then the before mentioned lands be the right title and inheritance of my son James Elgin and his heirs, and if he also dies without lawfull issue then my will is that the said two parcels of land be the right title and inheritance of my son Francis Elgin and his heirs and assigns forever.
Item: I give and bequeath to my son William Elgin, after the death of my wife Elizabeth Elgin, one negro named Dick to him and his heirs. Item: I give and bequeath to my son James Elgin after the death of my wife also one negro named Bendo to him and is heirs.
Item: I give and bequeath to my daughter Elizabeth Winter one negro girl named Lucy to her and her heirs.
Item: I give and bequeath to my son Francis Elgin, after the death of my wife, one negro girl named Jenny to him and his heirs.
Item: I give and bequeath to my loving wife, Elizabeth Elgin, two negroes named Ned and Ineeon with all household furiture, horses, cattle, sheep and hogs or other moveables whatsoever, and the above bequeathed negroes Bendo, Dick and Jenny during her lifetime, and lastly I constitute and appoint my loving wife Elizabeth Elgin and my son John Elgin to be joint executors of this my last will and testatment. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand this 22nd day of Sept in the year of our Lord 1748."
Signed, Sealed & Delivered in the presence of Will Dent Rich Price
George Elgin (Seal)
Wm Theobald Jas Ferguson On 15 Dec 1748 Richard Price and James Ferguson made oath they saw George Elgin sign and seal his last will and testatment. Walter Hanson, DC.
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Will of George Elgin, Charles County, 9/22/1748-12/15/1748.
Son: John, 125 ac. pt. of "Bachelor's Agreement".
Son: William, remaining pt. of "Bachelor's Agreement", 100 ac. after death of wife, Elizabeth. If son William dies without heirs, then to son James and to son Francis if James is without heirs.
Son: William, a slave.
Daughter: Elizabeth Winter a negro girl Lucy.
Son: James, a negro named Bendo.
Execs: Wife, Elizabeth and son, John.
Wit: William Dent, Richard Price, James Ferguson.
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Mr. George Elgin 39.112 CH £384.9.2 Feb 23 1748 May 22 1749
Appraisers: William Dent, Richard Price.
Creditors: Gustavus Brown, Mungo Muschet.
Next of kin: Francis Elgin, William Elgin.
Executrix: Elisabeth Elgin
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George Elgin 28.106 A CH £384.9.2 £34.1.8 Apr 28 1750
Sureties: Benjamin Maddux, John Elgin.
Received from: William Murphey.
Payments to: Samuel Hanson, Daniel Dulany, Esq., John Hatley, James Farguson, Dr.
Mungo Muschet, Dr. Gustavus Brown, Walter Hanson.
Executrix: Elisabeth Elgin.
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4/10/1749: Admin. accts. of John Wise, Charles Co. Adm: Francis Elgin.
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Baylie (Bayly), William, Chas. Co.. 7th Aug., 1702: 15th Aug., 1702.
Testator confirms will made in Eng., in which he gives to his brother John the greater part of his estate in Md. and Va.
Francis Harrison, ex. of sd. estate, and to bold same in trust for benefit of brother afsd.
Test: Wm. Dent, Geo. Elgin, Wm. Lock. 11. 209.
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John Barker 31,280 A CH £75.13.8 £65.14.6 Apr 11 1710
Received from: William Munkester, Pryor Smallwood, John Posey.
Payments to: Mr. John Fraser, William Warden, Richard Houghton paid to Joseph Harrison, John Bannish (Banister), George Elgin, Mary Kulet, Richard Brett, James Munkester & Joseph Harrison, Joseph Harrison, Thomas Osburne,
Legatees: Katherine Barker, John Barker.
Executrix: Martha Barker.
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John Williams 31.282 A £138.0.4 £152.14.11 May 27 1710
Received from: Randolph Brandt.
Payments to: Archibald Bishop, Edward Rookwood, George Eldgen (Elgin), Capt. Thomas Dent, Mr. Richard Wade, Capt, Richard Hoskins, William Godfrey, Dr. Browne, John Spearing.
Executors: William Williams, Sarah Osborn (wife of Thomas Osborn).
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Richard Coleman 2.74 A CH £59.0,5 £83.0.1 Jun 22 1719
Payments to: Thomas Osborne, George Elgin, Mary Rune Browne, Thomas Bordley, Richard Wheeler, Joseph Clements, William Robinson.
Distribution to: executors (as residuary legatees).
Executors: Thomas Mitchell, Archibald Johnstone.
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Robins, Richard, Chas. County, 4th Dec., 1704; 2nd Sept., 1705.
To dau. Margaret, "Sensey" at marriage,
To dau. Elizabeth, dwelling plantation, "Homefare." brother John and godson Benjamin, son of John Banister, personalty.
To John Banister, 100 A. adjoining "Sensey" afsd.
Test: Jno. Robins, Jno. Banister, George Elgin. 3. 647.
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Booker, John, Nangemoy, Chas. County, 14th Oct., 1712; 25th Mch., 1713.
To wife Eliza:, extx., dower rights.
To son John, personalty. Thomas Price, £5, provided he permit wife and child. to have use of plantation for certain time,
To son-in-law Thomas Wise., and Mary, his wife, 1/6 residue, of estate (personal).
To rest of child., viz.,. Sarah, John and Ann, residue of estate (personal).
Test: Thos. Dent, Peter Dent., Geo. Elgin. 13. 587.
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John Booker 35A.62 A CH #43420 Dec 30 1713
Received from: Capt. Thomas Dent, Richard Brice, Abraham Parry, Thomas Osburn.
Payments to: Capt. Thomas Dent, Richard Britt a legacy from his father George Britt which fell to hands of deceased by marriage, Dr. Gustavus Brown, Richard Woodyard, James Wattson, Thomas Evans, George Elgin, Thomas Price, Henry Britt, William Britt, Gabriell Bobo, Thomas Osburn, William Williams, Catherine Fergason, George Dryden, Edward Poster.
Legatees: executrix, Thomas Price, John Brooke, Thomas Wright and his wife Mary Wright.
Distribution to: executrix (1/3rd), Sarah Booker (daughter), John Booker (son), Anne Booker (daughter),
Executor; George Britt.
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Adams, Charles, carpenter, Charles County, 10th Jan., 1733/4; 4th Feb., 1734.
To son George and hrs., "Adamses Delight;" and personalty.
To son Charles and hrs.,, "Frogs Nest."
To dau. Sarah, son Lodowick, Anne Skinner and dau. Barbary Allen, personalty.
To wife Elizabeth and son Charles, ex., residue of estate.
Test: George Elgin, Francis Dunnington, Jr., John Elgin. 20. 879
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Charles Addams 18.491 CH £31.3.4 Jul 27 1734 Aug 13 1734
(also Charles Adams)
Appraisers: Samuel Gray, Thomas Davis.
Creditors: Thomas Davis, Robert Hanson, Jr,
Next of kin: Francis Adams, Elisabeth Elgin.
Executor: Charles Adams
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Charles County Land Records, Liber C#2 Page 111
Recorded at request of George Elgin:
14 Sep 1708; Indenture from Daniel Delozer of Prince George's Co. and Mary his wife, d/o John Cable, planter, decd, to George Elgin, tailor; for 10,000# tobacco; a parcel of land now in possession of Delozer called Batchelor's Agreement; formerly taken up by Luke Green and John Cable; laid out for 100 acres; /s/ Daniel Delozer (mark), Mary Delozer (mark); wit. Edwd. Chapman, Wm. Stone; 14 Sep 1708 ack. in court
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Charles County Court Records, 9 November 1736 Court, Liber T#2, Page 264
The Justices here do describe the following Main Roads, and do appoint the several persons hereafter named, overseers of sd Roads for the ensuing year:
From Stones Mill to George Elgins Run, and the Road that strikes out of that Road to Nanj: Church, Annapolis Road from Nanjemy Road to Thos: Mitchell's, from Nanjemy Church to Francis Gray's, Thomas Mathews, Overseer.
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Charles County Court Records, 9 November 1736 Court, Liber T#2, Page 264
The Justices here do describe the following Main Roads, and do appoint the several persons hereafter named, overseers of sd Roads for the ensuing year:
From (George )Elgins Run, the usual Road to the River Side by Simon Smith's, from Burdicts Creek to the River Side by Mr. John King's, the old Path that strikes out of Burdict Creek Road by Edward Shakeletts to Saml: Hanson Jr's plantation at the River Side, John Stromat, Overseer.
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Charles County Court Records, November 1738 Court, Liber T#2, Page 508
From Stones Mill to George Elgins Run, and the Road that strikes out of that Road to Nanjemy Church, Annapolis Road from Nanjemy Road to Thos: Mitchell's, from Nanjemy Church to Francis Gray's. Benja. Davies, Overseer.
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Charles County Court Records, November 1738 Court, Liber T#2, Page 508
From Elgins Run, the usual Road to the riverside by Simon Smith's, from Burdicks Cr to the riverside by Mr. John King's, the old Path that strikes out of Burdick Creek Road by Edward Shaklett's to Samuel Hanson Jr's Plantation at the riverside. Francis Meeke, Overseer.
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Charles County Court Records, November 1741 Court, Liber T#2, Page 292
The Justices here do describe the following main Roads, and do appoint the several persons hereafter named overseers of sd Roads for the ensuing year according to the several precincts and divisions following, viz -
From Stones Mill to George Elgins Run and the road that strikes out of that road to Nanjemy Church, Annapolis Road from Nanjemy Road to Thomas Mitchell's from Nanjemy Church to Francis Grey's. Joseph Doyne, overseer.
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Charles County Maryland Land Record Liber Z#2, 1744-1753; Page 236.
At the request of John Elgin, the following deed was recorded on Mar 16, 17471/8].
Mar 15, 1747[/8] from David Williams & Mary, his wife, and Priscilla Mirix, her sister, of CC, to John Elgin of CC, planter, for 2500 lbs tobacco, 2 cows & calves, and 40 gallons of cider and for divers other good causes, a parcel of land in CC in Durham Parish called Chozen, adjoining the land of Mr. Geo: Elgin, bounded by sd Geo: Elgin's land called Batchelors Agreement, containing and laid out for about 68 acres. Signed - David Williams, Mary (X her mark) Williams, Priscella (X her mark) Mirix. Wit - Thos Stone, Rd Harrison. Mary, the wife of the sd David Williams, did acknowledge her right & title to the within land
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Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 4. Division. George Elgin, by his will dated Sep 22, 1748, bequeathed to us a tract of land called Batchlors Agreement, to be equally divided between us. To complete the same and to prevent any disputes, we agree to make the following division, that. is to say, the northern part to be the property of John Elgin, and to contain 125 acres, and the southern part to be the property of William Elgin, and to contain 125 acres. Signed - John Elgin, William Elgin. Wit - Thos Stone*, Willm Eilbeck*.
John Elgin of CC, planter, gave bond of 200 £ sterling to William Elgin of CC, planter, on Apr 18, 1758, and William Elgin of CC, planter, gave bond of 200 £ sterling to John Elgin, to warrant that John and William Elgin fulfill all the articles and agreements specified in the afd division of ad Batchlors Agreement. Signed - John Elgin, Willm Elgin. Wit - Thos Stone*, Wm Eilbeck*. Recorded Jun 3, 1761.
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Nanjemoy or Durham Parish: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 337-25: BACHELORS AGREEMENT: 250 acres; Possession of - 250 Acres - Delyosha, Daniel: Surveyed 7 Oct 1668 for Luke Green & John Cable beginning at a bound White Oak on the side of a hill near a small run: Conveyance notes - 250 Acres - George Elgin from Daniel Delyosha; 14 Sept 1708,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Nanjemoy or Durham Parish: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 337-26: CHOSEN: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Harris, Burr: Surveyed 16 June 1669 for Luke Green at a bound Red Oak the N.W. bound tree of the land formerly laid out for him and John Cable: Conveyance notes - 100 Acres - William Brett from Knight; 15 Nov 1713, 80 Acres - David William Jr & Priscilla Maria from George Bull; 14 Nov 1747,60 Acres - John Elgin from David William & Priscilla Maria; 15 March 1747,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Nanjemoy or Durham Parish: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 339-42: BACHELORS REST: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Delyosha, Daniel: Surveyed 2 June 1681 for John Cable adjoining to the land where he now dwelleth at a bound Red Oak then South by East.: Other notes - 100 Acres - George Elgin from Daniel Delyosha; 14 Sept 1708
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Charles County Hundred-Nanjemoy or Durham Parish; 389-80; WORLDS END, 45 Acres - None in possession.
Surveyed 31 Aug 1717 for William Smith beginning at a bounded White Oak standing on the side of a hill the bounded hill the bounded tree of a tract of land called BACHELORS AGREEMENT now in possession of George Eglin. {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}
45 Acres - Henry Brett from William Smith 29 Sept 1719
Resurveyed into BRETTS GOOD CHANCE; 16 Nov 1729, folio 416 
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72138 www.genealogy.com/users/b/a/r/Don-Barber/File/
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BARBER, EDWARD, St. Mary.s Co. 9 Jun, 1769; 2 Feb, 1770
To son Barnet Barber, plantation I now dwell on, being pt, of Luckland, and several slaves.
To dau. Price Barber, 200 lbs. to be raised out of the estate, in the non-age of children; several slaves.
To son Luke Barber, pt. of a tract called "Westham", which I purchased of Henry Green; a bond for 330 lbs. sterl. money from bro. Cornelius, provided bro. Cornelius Barber, shall convey to sd. son Luke, the half tract purchased of Thomas Hungerford, in Charles Co. Slaves and etc., equally divided among 3 children, above-mentioned.
Exs: Bro. Corneius Barber, and son Barnett.
Wit: Thos. Barber, Thos. Allen, Henry Morris. 37.657
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Edward Barber 104.152 SM £1170.6.1 Aug 1 1770 Sep 11 1770
APpraisers: Leonard Briscoe, Bullet Gardner.
Mentions: Cornelius Barber, Catharine Chunn.
Mentions: Philip Briscoe, James Morriss.
Executor: Barnett Barber.
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Edward Barber 6.198 D SM £1165.14.7 May 11 1772
Sureties: Thomas Barber, Henry Morris.
Legatees: Bennet Barber, Price Barber, Luke Barber.
Residue to (equally): above 3 children.
Executor: Mr. Bennet Barber.
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Barber, Elias, St. Mary's County, 24thDec., 1743; 27th Dec., 1743.
To bro. John, cousins Baptist, Cornelius, Edward son of Luke and Rebecca and Abram Branson and to Thomas Greenfield and Edward Barber, Sr., personalty including that now with Vincent Taylor.
To sisters Elizabeth Power, Eleanor Sanders, Margaret Taylor, 1s. each.
To cousin Baptist, residue of estate.
Ex.:----
Test: James Fysye, Peter Moran, John Elliott, Mevril Haulks. 23, 458,
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Will of Luke Barber, SMC 4/29/1739-12/27/1743:
Brother, Edward and heirs land where he now dwells to the north of land sold to William Summerhill and lying next to the land sold to Samuel Williamson now in the possession of Stephen (should say Cawood) and Samuel Briscoe, 150 ac. on the Wicomico River lying south of the land formerly belonging to John Perry and now in the possession of Philip Key. Should brother aforesaid or his heirs lay claim to any part of the dwelling plantation "Westham", land afsd. to return to testator's heirs.
Eldest son: Baptist, dwelling plantation "Westham" and land lying on the north side of Philip Key; should he die without heirs to pass to sons Cornelius and Edward.
Sons: Cornelius and Edward, "Luckland".
Daughter: Dorothy Greenfield and heirs land afsd. in case of death of all of her brothers. Should she die without heirs to pass to testator's brother Edward and male heirs.
Exec: (not named).
Wit: William Davis, Israel Henly, Thomas Beach, Thomas Barber. (Maryland Calendar of Wills).
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Will of Meverell Hulls, SMC, 11/19/1743-12/27/1743.
Wife: Elizabeth, 150 ac., dwelling plantation and personal estate for life and 150 ac., dwelling plantation to her and her heirs; in lieu of such heirs, to pass to her cousin, Edward Barber, son of Luke.
Sister: Rebecca ____, land belonging to sister Sarah, dec'd.
Brothers: John and Luke Barber, 150 ac., dwelling plantation at death of wife, Elizabeth.
Daughter: Elizabeth, personal estate at death of wife, Elizabeth.
NOTE: Widow elected to abide by the will.
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BRANSON, JOHN, St. Mary's Co. July 1769
21 Sept. 1775
To dau. Elizabeth Scrogin, extx tract "Bransons Fitgur,"
1594 acres.
To dau. and son Elizabeth Scroggin and Jonathan Branson, remainder of moveable estate equally.
To dau, and son Jane and Leonard Branson, 20 shillings equally between them.
Wit: Cornelius Barber; Edwd, Barber; Barnet Barber. 40. 607
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Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 650. Dec 8, 1769 from Cornelius Barber of St Mary's County and Rebecca Barber, wife to the afd Cornelius Barber, of the same county, to Edward Barber of the county afd, for 230 £ and for divers other good causes, all that part or tract of land in CC called Batchlors Delight, containing about 151-1/2 acres. Signed - Cornelius Barber, Rebecca Barber. Wit - Jno Winter*, Robt Horner*. This deed was acknowledged in St Mary's County. Sd Rebecca relinquished her right of dower. Recorded Dec 10, 1769.
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 314-87: BACHELORS DELIGHT: 235 acres; Possession of - 235 Acres - Smallwood, Thomas: Surveyed 7 July 1694 for Mathew and Thomas Smallwood beginning at a bound White Oak of the said Thomas.: Conveyance notes - 140 Acres - Barton Hungerford from Barton Hungerford Sr. & Elizabeth; 28 May 1740, 
Barber, Edward (I003448)
 
72139 www.inficad.com/~genelea/tanner/wga41.html

My research shows that on October 8, 1805 the following persons left VA for Kentucky:
GeorgeRouse, Elizabeth Rouse, John House, Milly House, Fredrick Zimmerman,
Rose Zimmerman, Ephraim Tanner, Susanna Tanner, John Rouse, Nancy Rouse and
Elizabeth Hoffman. They arrived in Boone County the 25th of November1805.
These families founded the second church in Boone County, Hopeful Lutheran Church
which is still in existence and will be celebrating their200 anniversary with the publication of
a book. The church is in what is now called Florence Kentucky. The origininal cemetary
whee many of these folks are buried is still next to the church.r

All of these families are part of what was called the GermannA Colony in Virginia and
information can be found in two books. One "James Rouse of Virginia" by Nancy Rouse
(not me) and another book called "Beyond Germanna"I don't have either book.

I hope this helps. I guess we are shirttail relatives. I have met others on this site.

Ephriam and Susannah emigrated to Boone County, Kentucky. in1805.
Children
Rhonda m Aylor
Benjamin m. Anne
Frances m Frederick Carpenter and William Aydelotte
Simeon m. Rebecca and Rachel
Joel m. Lydia
Enow m. Nalinda
Caleb m. Nancy Ann
Joshua m Jane]
Ephraim m Elizabeth and Caroline
Moses m. Harriet
Susannah m. William Carpenter
Aaron m. Ann
Mary m Noah Surface,
There were 11 grandchildren
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2. Ephraim TANNER was born 17 OCT 1778 in Madison County, Virginia., and died 26 OCT 1846 in Florence, Boone County, Kentucky. He was buried in Ephraim Tanner Cem, Florence, Kentucky. He was the son of 4. Frederick F. TANNER and 5. Maria ROUSE.


3. Susannah HOUSE was born 20 NOV 1784 in House Hollow Slate Mills, Virginia,, and died 12 OCT 1870 in Boone County, Kentucky. She was buried in Ephraim Tanner Cem, Florence, Kentucky. She was the daughter of 6. Matthias HOUSE and 7. Mary Margaret Rider MITCHELL.

Children of Susannah HOUSE and Ephraim TANNER are: i. Benjamin TANNER was born 21 FEB 1803 in Madison County, Virginia., and died 26 JAN 1875 in Boone County, Kentucky.. He married Annie HOUSE 3 NOV 1825 in Boone County, Kentucky, daughter of Jacob HOUSE and Susannah TANNER. She was born 12 JUN 1803 in Culpeper County, Virginia., and died 2 OCT 1840 in Ky.
ii. Frances Veronica TANNER was born 30 MAY 1804 in Madison County, Virginia., and died 27 OCT 1859 in Boone County, Kentucky.. She married William ADYLOTTE. She married Frederick Augustus CARPENTER. He died 14 FEB 1842.
iii. Simeon H. TANNER was born 28 NOV 1805 in Boone County, Kentucky., and died 1 APR 1891 in Boone County, Kentucky.. He married Rebecca GATTEN 9 AUG 1827 in Boone County, Kentucky. She was born 1806, and died 11 MAY 1847. He married Rachel BLACK 1 OCT 1859 in Boone County, Kentucky. She was born 7 AUG 1817, and died 2 JAN 1900.
iv. Enos TANNER was born 11 FEB 1811 in Boone County, Kentucky., and died 14 APR 1891 in Boone County, Kentucky.. He married Melinda ROUSE 5 APR 1832 in Boone County, Kentucky. She was born 7 OCT 1815, and died 18 JUN 1884.
v. Caleb Ephraim TANNER was born 3 JUL 1813 in Boone County, Kentucky., and died 27 AUG 1849 in Boone County, Kentucky.. He married Nancy Anne ROUSE 15 MAR 1835 in Boone County, Kentucky. She was born 7 AUG 1814, and died 8 AUG 1866.
vi. Joshua C. TANNER was born 11 JUN 1815 in Boone County, Kentucky., and died 2 MAY 1880 in Boone County, Kentucky.. He married Jane ROUSE 15 DEC 1836 in Boone County, Kentucky. She was born 20 MAY 1817, and died 18 MAY 1890.
vii. Ephraim Eli K. TANNER was born 15 JAN 1817 in Boone County, Kentucky., and died 21 APR 1902 in Boone County, Kentucky.. He married Elizabeth CLEEK 24 MAY 1843 in Boone County, Kentucky. She was born 1824, and died 17 DEC 1858. He married Caroline JOHNSON 5 SEP 1861 in Boone County, Kentucky.
viii. Moses TANNER was born 28 DEC 1818 in Boone County, Kentucky., and died 1 JAN 1895 in Boone County, Kentucky.. He married Harriet FLOYD 4 OCT 1841 in Boone County, Kentucky, daughter of Samuel FLOYD and Susanne HOLTCLAW. She was born 1824, and died 23 JUN 1880.
1. ix. Susannah TANNER was born 2 FEB 1821 in Boone County, Kentucky., and died 10 JAN 1856 in Boone County, Kentucky.. She married William Eli CARPENTER 22 NOV 1838 in Boone County, Kentucky.
x. Aaron TANNER was born 1 FEB 1823 in Boone County, Kentucky., and died 14 DEC 1897 in Boone County, Kentucky.. He married Anna FLOYD 21 JAN 1845 in Boone County, Kentucky, daughter of Samuel FLOYD and Susanne HOLTCLAW. She was born 9 APR 1827, and died 9 DEC 1902.
xi. Cornelius TANNER was born 20 MAY 1825 in Boone County, Kentucky., and died 17 JUL 1840 in Boone County, Kentucky.
xii. Mary Maria TANNER was born 21 APR 1827 in Boone County, Kentucky., and died 19 MAR 1906 in Boone County, Kentucky.. She married Noah SURFACE 22 AUG 1845 in Boone County, Kentucky. He was born 15 APR 1826, and died 3 JUL 1911.
xiii. Rhonda TANNER was born 23 DEC 1801 in Madison, Virginia, and died 31 OCT 1876 in Boone County, Kentucky. She married William AYLOR 2 FEB 1820 in Boone County, Kentucky.
xiv. Jane TANNER was born 2 MAY 1817 in Boone County, Kentucky. She married John EVANS.
xv. Cornelius TANNER was born JUN 1823 in Boone County, Kentucky, and died 17 JUL 1849. He married Malinda ROUSE.
xvi. Joel TANNER was born 2 NOV 1807 in Boone County, Kentucky., and died 8 JAN 1902 in Boone County, Kentucky.. He married Lydia CRIGLER 7 FEB 1828 in Boone County, Kentucky, daughter of Jacob Crigler REV. and Ellen TANNER. She was born 9 AUG 1811, and died 28 AUG 1859 in Boone County, Kentucky. 
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72140 Www.jarboe.org/first_four_generations.htm Hill, John (I002463)
 
72141 www.vandegriftsearch.com Plummer, John Wilson (I000025)
 
72142 x. Drusilla Swearingen was born 1732 in Somerset, Maryland, and died in Wrightsville, York Co, Pennsylvania. She married Thomas Cresap 1753, son of Thomas Cresap and Hannah Johnson. He was born 28 FEB 1732/33 in Wrightsville, Pennsylvania, and died 27 APR 1757 in Savage Mountain, Maryland. Swearingen, Drusilla (I069571)
 
72143 x. Esther BEALL was born 1687 in Montgomery, Prince George's County, Maryland, and died abt 1727 in Prince George's County, Maryland. She married Joseph BELT 1707, son of John BELT and Elizabeth TYDINGS. He was born 1680 in Montgomery, Prince George's, Maryland, and died 26 JUN 1761 in Prince George's, Maryland.

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BEALL, Bazill Frederick County, Innholder, 8 Oct, 1753
22 Nov, 1753
To Lucy Beall, 63 Aso pt. of tract called "Hamilton Industry," during her life; 1/3 pt. of personal estate,
To sons, Alpheus and Hezekiah, 100 A. called "Hamilton's Industry."
To dau, Maxamilla, 100 A. called "Archabald's Lots" lying on Capt. Johns' Run, to her and hrs.
Estate to be divided amongst my 3 children: Alpheus, Hazekiah and Maxamilla Beall.
Wit: Alexr. Beall, Joseph Belt and Esther Belt. MCW 29.8

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Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 186: Deed of Gift, 10 Mar 1706
From: Ninian and Ruth Beall of Prince George's County
To: Hester Beall, daughter, wife of Joseph Belt of Prince George's County Of a Negro girl about 12 years of age
Signed: Ninian Beall and Ruth Beall (mark)
Witnessed: Thomas Evans and Alez'r Ross (mark) 
Beall, Hester (I010781)
 
72144 x. George E. (2) WILLETT was born 17 Apr 1757 in Prince George's County, Maryland, English Colonies, and died 6 Jul 1811 in Nelson County, Kentucky. He married Elizabeth SANDERS Abt 1780, daughter of Samuel SANDERS and Anna GORDON. She was born 1768 in Virginia, English Colonies, and died 25 Mar 1815 in Nelson County, Kentucky.
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1774-1780; Liber CC 2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 522. At the request of George Willett the following Deed of Gift was recorded November 12, 1778
I Mary Willett, widow in consideration of the love goodwill and affection which I have and do bear towards my loving children George Willett, John Willett, Rachel Willett, Mary Willett and James Willett as also the sum of 5 shillings current money has given to them by these presents Negroes Hannah and Minta; and all my other personal estate whatsoever belonging after my decease and if any of my children should die before they reach the age of 21 or the day of marriage in that part belonging to be equally divided among the survivors. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this November 9, 1778, Mary Willett in the presence of David Craufurd, Samuel Willett and acknowledged before David Craufurd 
Willett, George (I035742)
 
72145 x. Rachel Magruder was born 23 JAN 1726/7 in Prince George's County, Maryland. She married Thomas Cleggatt
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MAGRUDER, NINIAN. Prince George's Co, 6 May, 1751 26 Jun, 1751
To son John Magruder, 300 A., being pt. of "Magruder's Purchase," and pt. of "The Addition of Magruder Purchase," whereon he now lives.
To son Nathaniel Magruder, 101 A., being pt. of "Magruder's Purchase," and 200 A. of 'Honesty," where he now lives*
To son James Magruder, 300 A., being pt. of land called "Alexandra, whereon I now live, and 300 A. being pt. of tract called "Honesty,, and 1/3 pt. of lot of ground In Upper Marlborough Town No. 47: also 2 slaves.
To 2 sons Samuel and Ninian Magruder, remaining pt. of tract called "Honesty."
To 2 sons John and Nathaniel, land "Grubby Thickett," 330 A.
To dau, Rachel Clagett, 13 pounds sterl.
To dau, Verlinda Magruder, 2 slaves, and a side saddle that I have ordered from Mr, Groves, merchant In London.
To 2 sons John and Nathaniel, my wearing apparel.
To dau, Sarah Beall, 1 slave.
To dau. Elizabeth Perry, 1 slave.
To dau, Anne Clagett, 1 slave,
To dau. Rebecca Offutt, 1 slave.
My 11 children: Samuel, John, Ninian, Nathaniel, James Magruder, Sarah Beall, Elizabeth Perry, Anne Clagett., Rebecca Offutt, Rachel Clagett and Virlinda Magruder.
Son James Magruder, ex.
Wit: Nathaniel Magruder, Jeremiah Magruder, James Gibson. MCW 28, 84 
Magruder, Rachel (I008223)
 
72146 x. William NOLAND was born 10 MAR 1759 in FAIRFIELD DIST., SOUTH CAROLINA, and died 11 MAY 1857 in CARTER County, KENTUCKY. He married Mary Anne CROCKRELL 1778 in CARTER Co, Kentucky. She was born 1759 in WHITE OAKS, FAIRFIELD DIST., S.C.. Noland, William (I040620)
 
72147 xi. Verlinda Magruder was born 1730 in Prince George's County, Maryland. She married Walter Williams, son of Thomas Williams and Eleanor Prather. He was born 1726 in Prince George's County, Maryland, and died 1787.
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MAGRUDER, NINIAN. Prince George's Co, 6 May, 1751; 26 Jun, 1751
To son John Magruder, 300 A., being pt. of "Magruder's Purchase," and pt. of "The Addition of Magruder Purchase," whereon he now lives.
To son Nathaniel Magruder, 101 A., being pt. of "Magruder's Purchase," and 200 A. of 'Honesty," where he now lives*
To son James Magruder, 300 A., being pt. of land called "Alexandra, whereon I now live, and 300 A. being pt. of tract called "Honesty,, and 1/3 pt. of lot of ground In Upper Marlborough Town No. 47: also 2 slaves.
To 2 sons Samuel and Ninian Magruder, remaining pt. of tract called "Honesty."
To 2 sons John and Nathaniel, land "Grubby Thickett," 330 A.
To dau, Rachel Clagett, 13 pounds sterl.
To dau, Verlinda Magruder, 2 slaves, and a side saddle that I have ordered from Mr, Groves, merchant In London.
To 2 sons John and Nathaniel, my wearing apparel.
To dau, Sarah Beall, 1 slave.
To dau. Elizabeth Perry, 1 slave.
To dau, Anne Clagett, 1 slave,
To dau. Rebecca Offutt, 1 slave.
My 11 children: Samuel, John, Ninian, Nathaniel, James Magruder, Sarah Beall, Elizabeth Perry, Anne Clagett., Rebecca Offutt, Rachel Clagett and Virlinda Magruder.
Son James Magruder, ex.
Wit: Nathaniel Magruder, Jeremiah Magruder, James Gibson. MCW 28, 84
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PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, MARYLAND WILLS; Liber T No. #1; 1784-1789;
Folio 252 WALTER WILLIAMS 01/20/1783 07/25/1787
"being in period sound mind and 'Memory
Bequeaths to:
1. Velender Williams --daughter
-to have 77 acres of land called -Magruder's Resurvey" lying on the east side of the Western Branch
2. Walter Williams --son
-should Velinda die w/out heirs then to have the land lett to her
-to have the sum of 50 pounds specie and also one third part of a fishing seine and boat.
3. Erasmus Williams --son
Humphrey Williams --son
Calbert Williams-son
-remainder of testator's lands to he divided among them share and share alike
-Erasmus to have Negro boy to be about the age or 15
-remainder of the estate to be divided among the three of them and testator's daughter Velender
4. Velinder Williams --wife
-named executrix of the will and instructed that any corn. wheat, meat, or cider or any spirits bar arc left at testator's decease be included in the appraisement of the estate
Witnesses: Alexander Duvall, Benjamin Oden, John Duvall
Then came: Alexander Duvall and John Duvall
Note: the testator signed the will in his own hand
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1780-1784; Liber FF 1 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 1. At the request of Thomas Williams the following Deed was recorded February 9, 1780
Indenture made January 20, 1780; Walter Williams, Esq. in consideration of 5 pounds current money paid by Thomas Williams has sold part of a called the "Resurvey on William's Range" and containing 150 acres. Signed Walter Williams in the presence of and acknowledged before James Beck, Abraham Boyd and at the same time for Virlinda Williams wife of Thomas Williams relinquished her right of dower
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1784-1785; Liber FF 2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 460. At the request of Osborn Sprigg the following Deed was recorded October 5, 1785
Indenture made August 29, 1785; Walter Williams, Gentleman in consideration of 5 shillings current money paid by Osborn Sprigg, Gentleman has assigned all his right title interest in part of a tract called Magruder's Resurvey containing 51 acres and lying on the west side of the Western Branch of Patuxent River and being contiguous to the dwelling plantation of the said Osborn and adjoining his tracts called "Catherine" and "Addition to Catherine". Signed Walter Williams in the presence of and acknowledged before Thomas Boyd, Abraham Boyd and at the same time Linia [Verlinda] Williams wife of Walter Williams relinquished her right of dower
 
Magruder, Verlinda (I008222)
 
72148 xiii. Evelyn Byrd BEVERLY was born 6 JUN 1782 in blandfield, Essex County, VA, and died 10 SEP 1836. She married George LEE. He was born ABT 1780. She married Patrick Hume Dr. DOUGLASS 26 DEC 1806, son of William DOUGLASS and Sarah ORRICK. He was born ABT 1780, and died 1837. Beverley, Evelyn Byrd (I034689)
 
72149 xiii. Thomas Swearingen was born 1741 in Somerset, Maryland, and died ABT. 1808 in Mifflin, Juniata Co, Pennsylvania. He married Mary Baker BET. 1753 - 1760. She was born ABT. 1745 in Washington County, Maryland, and died BEF. 1800 in Waterloo, Juniata Co, Pennsylvania. Swearingen, Thomas (I069574)
 
72150 XXVI. CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS: ANCIENT PLANTERS: INTRODUCTION

The following list includes those who are known to have come to Virginia before the close of the year 1616, survived the massacre, appear in the Muster of 1624/5 as then living in Virginia, and to most of whom the term "Ancient Planter" may with justification be applied.

Henery Bagwell (Robt. Bagwell's Muster). Aged 35. In the Deliverance, 1608. Mentioned in the JCGC, p. 180. 
Bagwell, Henry (I075722)
 

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