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

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75151 ===
SOPER, JOHN, SR. Prince George's Co. 23 Apr, 1758
28 Mar, 1768
Wife: Susannah.
Children: Mary Ellis,. Susannah Darnal, Sarah Talbot, Charles, Basil, Rachel, John, Charles, Thomas, James and Nathan Soper,
Ex: Son Charles Soper,
Wits Ignatius, Jr, and John Hardy, Philip Evans. 36.357 
Soper, Rachel (I052234)
 
75152 ===
SOPER, JOHN, SR. Prince George's Co. 23 Apr, 1758
28 Mar, 1768
Wife: Susannah.
Children: Mary Ellis,. Susannah Darnal, Sarah Talbot, Charles, Basil, Rachel, John, Charles, Thomas, James and Nathan Soper,
Ex: Son Charles Soper,
Wits Ignatius, Jr, and John Hardy, Philip Evans. 36.357 
Hardy, John (I052230)
 
75153 ===
SOPER, JOHN, SR. Prince George's Co. 23 Apr, 1758
28 Mar, 1768
Wife: Susannah.
Children: Mary Ellis,. Susannah Darnal, Sarah Talbot, Charles, Basil, Rachel, John, Charles, Thomas, James and Nathan Soper,
Ex: Son Charles Soper,
Wits Ignatius, Jr, and John Hardy, Philip Evans. 36.357 
Soper, Charles (I052232)
 
75154 ===
SOPER, JOHN, SR. Prince George's Co. 23 Apr, 1758
28 Mar, 1768
Wife: Susannah.
Children: Mary Ellis,. Susannah Darnal, Sarah Talbot, Charles, Basil, Rachel, John, Charles, Thomas, James and Nathan Soper,
Ex: Son Charles Soper,
Wits Ignatius, Jr, and John Hardy, Philip Evans. 36.357 
Soper, Rachel (I052234)
 
75155 ===
SOPER, JOHN, SR. Prince George's Co. 23 Apr, 1758 28 Mar, 1768
Wife: Susannah.
Children: Mary Ellis,. Susannah Darnal, Sarah Talbot, Charles, Basil, Rachel, John, Charles, Thomas, James and Nathan Soper,
Ex: Son Charles Soper,
Wits Ignatius, Jr, and John Hardy, Philip Evans. 36.357
===
PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, MARYLAND WILLS; Liber T No. #1; 1784-1789;
Folio 257 SUSANNAH SOPER 06/10/1787 02/12/1788
-being weak of Body
Bequeaths to:
1. Mary Ellis --daughter -to have the sum of 30 pounds current money to be paid to her in gold or silver
2. Susannah Darnall -daughter
-to have the sum of 30 pounds to be paid to her in gold or silver dollars at 7 shilling 6 pence per dollar
3. Elizabeth Hardy --daughter -to have the sum of 30 pounds gold or silver dollars at 7 shilling 6 pence per dollar
-testatrix's three daughters to have all of her wearing apparel to be divided between than
4. Mary Waugh --granddaughter
-to have the sum of 15 pounds current money to be paid in gold or silver dollars at 7 shillings 6 pence per dollar
5. Susannah Talbert --granddaughter
-to have the sum of 15 pounds to be paid in gold or silver dollars at 7 shillings 6 pence per dollar
6. Thomas Soper Gullridge
-to have all the remainder of the estate
-named executor of the will
Witnesses: ____ Williams, Thomas Moore
Then came: Thomas Owen Williams and Thomas Moore
Note: the testatrix signed the will with her mark 
Soper, Mary (I052228)
 
75156 ===
SOPER, JOHN, SR. Prince George's Co. 23 Apr, 1758 28 Mar, 1768
Wife: Susannah.
Children: Mary Ellis,. Susannah Darnal, Sarah Talbot, Charles, Basil, Rachel, John, Charles, Thomas, James and Nathan Soper,
Ex: Son Charles Soper,
Wits Ignatius, Jr, and John Hardy, Philip Evans. 36.357
===
PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, MARYLAND WILLS; Liber T No. #1; 1784-1789;
Folio 257 SUSANNAH SOPER 06/10/1787 02/12/1788
-being weak of Body
Bequeaths to:
1. Mary Ellis --daughter -to have the sum of 30 pounds current money to be paid to her in gold or silver
2. Susannah Darnall -daughter
-to have the sum of 30 pounds to be paid to her in gold or silver dollars at 7 shilling 6 pence per dollar
3. Elizabeth Hardy --daughter -to have the sum of 30 pounds gold or silver dollars at 7 shilling 6 pence per dollar
-testatrix's three daughters to have all of her wearing apparel to be divided between than
4. Mary Waugh --granddaughter
-to have the sum of 15 pounds current money to be paid in gold or silver dollars at 7 shillings 6 pence per dollar
5. Susannah Talbert --granddaughter
-to have the sum of 15 pounds to be paid in gold or silver dollars at 7 shillings 6 pence per dollar
6. Thomas Soper Gullridge
-to have all the remainder of the estate
-named executor of the will
Witnesses: ____ Williams, Thomas Moore
Then came: Thomas Owen Williams and Thomas Moore
Note: the testatrix signed the will with her mark 
Soper, Mary (I052228)
 
75157 ===
SOPER, JOHN, SR. Prince George's Co. 23 Apr, 1758 28 Mar, 1768
Wife: Susannah.
Children: Mary Ellis,. Susannah Darnall, Sarah Talbot, Charles, Basil, Rachel, John, Charles, Thomas, James and Nathan Soper,
Ex: Son Charles Soper,
Wits Ignatius, Jr, and John Hardy, Philip Evans. 36.357
===
PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, MARYLAND WILLS; Liber T No. #1; 1784-1789;
Folio 257 SUSANNAH SOPER 06/10/1787 02/12/1788
-being weak of Body
Bequeaths to:
1. Mary Ellis --daughter -to have the sum of 30 pounds current money to be paid to her in gold or silver
2. Susannah Darnall -daughter
-to have the sum of 30 pounds to be paid to her in gold or silver dollars at 7 shilling 6 pence per dollar
3. Elizabeth Hardy --daughter -to have the sum of 30 pounds gold or silver dollars at 7 shilling 6 pence per dollar
-testatrix's three daughters to have all of her wearing apparel to be divided between than
4. Mary Waugh --granddaughter
-to have the sum of 15 pounds current money to be paid in gold or silver dollars at 7 shillings 6 pence per dollar
5. Susannah Talbert --granddaughter
-to have the sum of 15 pounds to be paid in gold or silver dollars at 7 shillings 6 pence per dollar
6. Thomas Soper Gullridge
-to have all the remainder of the estate
-named executor of the will
Witnesses: ____ Williams, Thomas Moore
Then came: Thomas Owen Williams and Thomas Moore
Note: the testatrix signed the will with her mark 
Soper, Susannah (I052231)
 
75158 ===
SOPER, JOHN, SR. Prince George's Co. 23 Apr, 1758 28 Mar, 1768
Wife: Susannah.
Children: Mary Ellis,. Susannah Darnall, Sarah Talbot, Charles, Basil, Rachel, John, Charles, Thomas, James and Nathan Soper,
Ex: Son Charles Soper,
Wits Ignatius, Jr, and John Hardy, Philip Evans. 36.357
===
PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, MARYLAND WILLS; Liber T No. #1; 1784-1789;
Folio 257 SUSANNAH SOPER 06/10/1787 02/12/1788
-being weak of Body
Bequeaths to:
1. Mary Ellis --daughter -to have the sum of 30 pounds current money to be paid to her in gold or silver
2. Susannah Darnall -daughter
-to have the sum of 30 pounds to be paid to her in gold or silver dollars at 7 shilling 6 pence per dollar
3. Elizabeth Hardy --daughter -to have the sum of 30 pounds gold or silver dollars at 7 shilling 6 pence per dollar
-testatrix's three daughters to have all of her wearing apparel to be divided between than
4. Mary Waugh --granddaughter
-to have the sum of 15 pounds current money to be paid in gold or silver dollars at 7 shillings 6 pence per dollar
5. Susannah Talbert --granddaughter
-to have the sum of 15 pounds to be paid in gold or silver dollars at 7 shillings 6 pence per dollar
6. Thomas Soper Gullridge
-to have all the remainder of the estate
-named executor of the will
Witnesses: ____ Williams, Thomas Moore
Then came: Thomas Owen Williams and Thomas Moore
Note: the testatrix signed the will with her mark 
Soper, Susannah (I052231)
 
75159 ===
SOPER, JOHN, SR. Prince George's Co. 23 Apr, 1758; 28 Mar, 1768
Wife: Susannah.
Children: Mary Ellis, Susannah Darnal, Sarah Talbot, Charles, Basil, Rachel, John, Charles, Thomas, James and Nathan Soper,
Ex: Son Charles Soper,
Wits Ignatius, Jr, and John Hardy, Philip Evans. 36.357
===
John Soper, Sr. 96.337 PG £305.11.7 Apr 1 1768 Jul 3 1768
(also John Soaper)
Appraisers: Nathaniel Magruder, James Magruder, Jr.
Next of kin: James Soper, Basil Soper.
Executor: Charles Soper.
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John Soper 5.178 D PG £369.19.10 Dec 10 1768
See Folio 365.
Sureties: Ignatius Hardy, John Hardy.
Legatees: Mary Ellis, Susannah (daughter), Sarah (daughter).
Distribution to: Widow (unnamed, 1/3). Residue to (equally): John Soper, Charles Soper, Thomas Soper, James Soper, Nathan Soper, Basil Soper, Rachel Soper,
Executor: Charles Soper.
===
Soper, John, planter, Prince George's County, 29th Nov., 1742; 11th April, 1742,
To grandsons John and Robert, 100 A. "'Batson's Vinyard", which test. bought from John Cash.
To dau. Esther Duvall, dwell, plan, and land bought from Charles Williams.
To child. John, Robert, Mary James, Phillice Lowe, Acquilla Shaw and Lucy Lashly, 1s. each.
To daus. Esther Duvall, Priscilla, Leah, and Jamima, residue of estate.
Ex.: Son-in-law Mareen Duvall, Jr.
Test: Burgess Mitchell, Richard Stone, Thomas James. MCW 23.77.
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Mr. John Soper 20.221 A BA £108.2.8 £15.0.0 May 25 1744
Received from: Ann Rice, Richard Stone, William Coleman, John Goodman.
Payments to: Jemima Soper, John Soper, Robert Soper, Robert Lastly, John James, Phillis Low, James Shaw.
Representatives: only 3 children: Prisilla, Leah, Jemima Soper.
Administrator: Mareen Duvall, Jr.
===
John Soper 22.440 A PG £34.15.11 Nov 21 1746
Payments to: William Ellis who married Priscilla (daughter, her portion), Mr.
Peter Dent paid to Mr. John Cooke, Daniel Dulany, Esq.
Legatees: Sarah Soper (daughter, died in minority) paid to her representatives: John Soper (brother), Robert Soper (brother), Mary James (sister), Phillis Lowe (sister), Lucy (sister) wife of Robert Lashley, Aqquilla (sister) wife of John Shan, Esther (sister) wife of accountant.
Executor: Mareen Duvall, Jr.
===
Mr. John Magruder 33.228 A PG £1073.4.9 £30.16.0 Dec 13 1752
A second inventory is cited in the amount of £1.2.1.
Received from: Nanian Townhill, Jr., Mary Wiggfeeld, Elisabeth Condle, William Addison, Michael Coats, William Tonley, Thomas Taylor, Phillip Tonley, Thomas Willcoxen, Jr., Francis Jenkins, John Hagathy, Ignatious Hardey, Thomas Harvey, John Soper, Jr., Phillip Mason, Richard Mason, Richard Burges, James Bonefant, John Riggs, David Williams, William Jenkins, Lidey Sumers, James Conner, Benjamin Brooke, Henry Willson, John Lewcus, Sarah Harwell, Nathaniel Magruder (son of Nicholas Magruder), Thomas Taylor P. Luxon (?), William Magruder, Richard King, Robert Boyde, Capt. Samuel Magruder, Robert Ridgway, Abram Jones, John Lowe, Sr., heirs (unnamed) of John Osbourn, Sr., Mauris Miles, Sussanria Prentice, John Pearce, Sr., Joseph Cole, James Wardrope, Jonathon Ridgway, Anne Newton, William Lowe, Sr., George Willson, James Magruder, Peter Parker, John Ridgway, Thomas Talbott, Samuel Smith, Georges Lowe, John Thompson, John Ball, John Lowe 3rd, Margerett Beach, Thomas Charter, Thomas Lock, Sr., Richard Ball, James Burges, John Lowe, Jr., Robert Dewit, Phillip Sr. (no surname given), Benedict Calvert, Esq., James Wallace, William Jones, Lowe (no other name given), John Soper, Sr., James Hyde, Samuel Mason, George Dawson, Meredith Davis, Peter More, Prissila Bonfield, Robert Soper, James Townhill, Ignatious Diggs, Thomas Diggs, John Phillips, John Ozbourn, Jr., widow Talbot, Benjamin Bery, Sr., Stephen Lanum, Ezekiel Gauslin, Joseph Ray, Mauris Morris, Garut Fitsjarrel, John Contee, John James, George Frazer, Thomas James, Jr., Alexander Jefferys, Merean Duvall, Jr., Thomas James, Sr., Josiah Marshwell, Daniel Thomas, Dorythy Lucas, James Sinkler, John Goodman, Thomas Walker, William Thomas, Francis Hudson, William Murdock on account of Philpot (no other name given), Burges Mitchel, John Buchanan (merchant in London), Thomas Lynch, Nathaniel Offutt, Christopher Hytch, Lackland Duff, Thomas Willoxen, Joseph Johnson, William Harvey, Edward Diggs, Robert Robinson, Ninian Willet, Sr., John Risten, William Osburn, John Duckit, William Diggs, Jr., William Lowe, Jr., Thomas Case, Isabel Henry, Daniel Hurley, Edward Burch, John Hepburn, Esq., James Gibson, Joseph Wheat, Stephen Warman, Merean Duvall, Sr., Francis Piles, Edmond Rigger John Ryon, William Eaglin, John Walker, Francis Wheat, Thomas Kindrick, Sr., executrix of Miles (no other name given), executrix of Dunkin Ferguson, Benjamin Duvall, Cye Leach, John Magruder, Jr., executrix of William Scott, executrix of Osbourn Sprigg, John Perry, Jr., Nehemiah Wade, Eleanor Adison, Robert Ridle, Thomas Maurice, John Dawson, Robert Hardey, John Lawrance, Capt. John Addison on account of Thomas Addison.
Payments to: Richard Dorsey, Dr. Ephraim Andrews, Dr. Richard Brooke, D. Dulany, Esq., Mary Coumphin, Benjamin Berry, Margrett Hilleary, executrix of Osbourn Sprigg, Daniel Dulany, Esq.
Executor: Nathaniel Magruder.
===
Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland
Liber T, Page 310
Recorded at request of John Soper, Jr., 29 Aug 1735:
26 Jul 1735; Indenture between Maj. Edward Sprigg, Gent., and John Soper, Jr., planter; for £16; a tract called Goodluck on a branch of the Patuxent; containing 100 acres; /s/ Edw. Sprigg; wit. Day. Craufurd, John Beall; ack. Edward Sprigg and Elizabeth his wife; 26 Jul 1735
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Prince George's Land Records 1743-1746 - Liber BB - Page 168.
Lease, recorded at the request of John Soper. Mar 25, 1744 from Charles Carroll of the City of Annapolis, Esq, to John Soper of PG, planter, the lease of all that part of 2 tracts of land, one called Concord, and the other, Out Let, lying in PG, which is bounded by a line of James Riggs, containing about 100 acres. This is a 20 year lease, starting today. The rent, due each Mar 25, is 800 lbs of clear, merchantable tobacco clear of trash & ground leaves, delivered at the Landing of the Eastern Branch of Potomack in convenient cask. Soper may not sell or destroy any timber, nor use it except for necessary repairs. Soper may not let more hands to work and till the demised premises than himself, his wife, and children, and in case his children are incapable of working, then only to take in 1 able hand. Soper agrees to plant on the premises, within the next 3 years, 150 apple trees in a regular orchard, enclosed by a good fence. In case of nonperformance, Soper is to pay Carroll 6 £ sterling. Soper will keep the houses and plantation in good order and tenantable repair. Signed - Char:s Carroll. Wit - James Edmonston*, Dan Carroll, Js Wilson*. Recorded Jul 28, 1744.
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1767-1769; Liber BB 2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 131. At the request of Basil Soper the following Deed was recorded September 12, 1767
I John Soper, Sr., For the goodwill and affection which I have and do bear towards my son Basil Soper and for the consideration of 5 shillings sterling money have given by these presents all that land that I am now possessed of called part of "Berry Leavells" containing 200 acres and also one other tract called "Good Luck"; also at my decease the choice of all my Negroes. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this September 7, 1767, John Soper, Sr., in the presence of and acknowledged before Joshua Beall, Christopher Lowndes 
Soper, John (I012524)
 
75160 ===
SOTHERON, JOHN JOHNSON, St. Mary,s Co. 9 Oct. 1744; 5 Dec. 1744
Wife ELIZABETH SOTHERON, dwlg. plantation, to return to her son GREENFIELD on her death,
To son HENRY G.
Exs., Samuel Sotheron, Richard Sotheron (bros) and appointed as trustees over son Henry G. who is not to enjoy his estate until age 21.
Wits Leonard Clark, John Briscoe. 24.4-5
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Maj. John Johnson Southeron 31.71 SM £571.0.11 Feb 12 1744 Jul 23 1745
Appraisers: Justinian Jordanohn Lewellin.
Creditors: Thomas Anderson, Young Parran.
Next of kin: Henry Greenfield Sothoron, Benjamin Sothoron.
Mentions: Henry Southeron (son).
Executor: Richard Southeron.
===
John Johnson Sothern 34.154 SM {early 1747}
List of debts.
Executors: Samuel Sothoron, Richard Sothoron.
===
John Johnson Sothoron 22.317 A SM £571.4.11 £17.3.5 Sep 6 1746
The amount of the accounts also included £11.19.4 in sterling £ #11557.
Received from: Robert Yeats, George Graham, John Crook.
Payments to: Thomas Hudgeley, Edward Battas, Jasper Kinick, John Maning paid to John Abell, Sr., Joseph Wood, Philip Key, Esq., Peter Cartwright, Sr., Elisabeth Swann, Ann Burrought, James Compton, James Wilson, William Cartwright, Jestian Jordan, Thomas Chester, Robert Froggott, Dr. William McWilliams, MM Tubman & Hartley per Thomas Anderson, George Boydr Blackhirst, Jest. Jordan Llewellin, Joseph Pile, Lord Baltimore paid to Young Parran, Young Parran, William Cumming, Esq. paid to Mev. Lock, Robert Gill, Mev. Lock, Daniel Dulany, Esq. paid to Mev. Lock.
Executors: Samuel Sothoron, Richard Sothoron.
===
John Johnson Sothoron 23.157 A SM £135.11.8 Mar 10 1746/47
Received from: Mrs. Dryden Forbes, George Graham, John Crook, Mary Burch, Benjamin Sothoron, Leonard Clark, Samuel (accountant), Joseph Estep, John Briscoe, George Vadry, Robert Yeats for note of Jacob Andrew Minitree payable to Barton Rodgett.
Payments to: Zachariah Bond, Stourton Edwards, Thomas Beech, Richard Wainwright, Hugh Fagan, Rev. John Urquart, Samuel (accountant), James Mills, Dr. Francis Parnham, Philip Key, Esq., James Persons, Dr. Gustavus Brown, Dr. Richard Cooke per MM Zachariah Bond & James Mills & William Bond, Daniel Dulany, Esq. for suit against Mrs. Dryden Forbes, Daniel Dulany, Esq. for suit against Babtist Barber & his wife (unnamed), Barton Rodgett on account of Jacob Andrew Minitree, Benjamin Sothoron (legacy from deceased's testatrix & Mary Rose to her grandson said Benjamin), James Briscoe, Richard (accountant), Richard (legacy from said Mary Rose).
Mentions: family (unnamed).
Executors: Samuel Sothoron, Richard Sothoron.
===
John Johnson Sothoron 24.239 A SM £48.3.6 Oct 21 1747
Sureties: Leonard Clark, John Briscoe.
Received from: Luke Gardiner, Mary Sly, Robert Parker, Henry Wharton, John Hambleton, Robert Briscoe, Francis Parnham, Benjamin Ward.
Payments to: Francis Parnham, Leonard Clarke, Robert Yates, John Biscoe, Mr. Edmond Porteus.
Distribution to: widow (unnamed), Henry Greenfield Sothoron (orphan).
Executors: Samuel Sothoron, Richard Sothoron.
===
Rose Mary, Chaptico Hundred, St. Mary's County, 10th Mar., 1716-7; 18th Dec., 1719.
To grandson John Johnson Sothoron, ex.,, 200 A., dwelling plantation during term of lease.
To grandsons Harman Clarke and Samuel, Richard and Benjamin Sothoron, at age of 18,, and granddaus. Anne and Mary Sothoron at marriage and dau. Mary Clarke, personalty.
To dau. Mary Birch, 3 dollars, "current money of this province. ''
Test: Sam. Williamson, Michael Brantson, John Brantson. 15. 276
===
Marry Rose 3.223 SM £352.19.5 Jan 29 1719 Mar 3 1720
Appraisers: Samuell Williamson, John Briscoe.
Approvers: Harry Barch.
Executor: John Johnston Southraine.
===
Mrs. Sibill Towles {sic Jowles} 16.315 SM 271.10.3 Jan 11 1730 Nov 16 1731
Appraisers: William Jameson, Richard Edelen.
Creditors: John Donaldson, Thomas Croffe.
Next of kin: Rebekah Johns, Mary Sothoron.
Administrator/Executor: John Southorne
===
Sibill Jowles 13.324 A SM £71.10.3 £32.1.3 Sep 17 1735
Received from: Col. Thomas Truman Greenfield, Joseph Wood.
Payments to: Capt. John Hicks, Mr. John Donaldson, Thomas Crauft, Joyce Rogers. Legatees: Randolph Morris.
Executor: John Johnson Sothoron.
===
I too am doing the Sothoron line. My husband is a direct descendant of HG Sothoron and his daughter Eleanor Sothoron who married Henry Gardiner.
I have been working with Linda Reno in St. Mary's County and I show that HG Sothoron's father was John Johnson Sothoron and Mary Anne Jowles. I have been to the Plains Cemetery.

I show that HG Sothoron married two Mary Bonds - the mother of Eleanor was Mary Margaret Bond. If you are interested, I have the names of their children. I believe that Mary Bond (his first wife) was the mother of Rebecca Jowes Sothoron.

Look forward to hearing from you. Ellen Croll. EPCroll@aol.com 7/24/04
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Sothoron, John, Charles County, 18th Mch, 1711; 1st May, 1712.
To son John Oronson (Southorn) and hrs., that land bought from Edward Barber by John Johnson, father of wife, also 135 A., "Long Monkshire."
To son Samuell and hrs., 2 tracts in St. Mary's County, plantation with mill, edifices., etc.
To son Richard and hrs., "Southerns Desire."
To son Charles and hrs., 50 A., "Southorn's Hills."
To dau. Ann, lease of parts of Chaptico Manor in St. Mary's County, and jointly with dau. Mary, 175 A., "Southorn's Delight," after 50 A. sold to John Pousting be taken out,
To wife Mary, extx., personal estate, together with child., and dwelling plantation part of "Two Friends;" at her decease to pass to young. son Benjamin and hrs.
Test: Thos. Hunt, John Cartwright, Thos. Cooksey. 13. 402.
===
Joseph Peters 7.224 SM £89.14.7 Nov 20 1721 Jun 6 1722
Appraisers: Matthew Compton, John Johnson Sothoron.
Creditors; Thomas Barton.
Next of kin: Thomas Peters, Edward Stone.
Administratrix: Susannah Peters.
===
Ann Jameson 11.162 SM £43.10.6 May 19 1725 Nov 6 1725
Appraisers: Francis Clarke, Luke Barber.
Creditors: John Johnson Sothoron.
Next of kin: Thomas Jameson.
Executor: William Jameson.
===
Clarke, John, planter., St. Mary"s County, 20th Jan., 1727/8; 9th Feb., 1727/8,
To sister Mary Compton, Thomas (son of Luke Clarke, dec'd) at age of 21 yrs., Thomas Chaimberlin,, John Curbe [Kirby], and Elizabeth Clarke (at age of 16), personalty.
To Electious (son of Adam Clarke), 'A of leased land "Chaptico Manner,"' other 1/2 to bro. Benjamin when they shall arrive at age of 21.
Bro. Adam, ex. and residuary legatee.
Test: John Johnson Sothoron, Richard Sothoron, Robert Parker, 19.316
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7/7/1742: Admin. accts. of John Burch, Charles Co. Sureties (of SMC): John Johnson Sothoron, Samuel Sothoron. Payments to (balance of their estate left by their father's will): John Johnson Sothoron, Benjamin
Sothoron, -----Sothoron, Samuel Sothoron, Anne Sothoron, Mary Sothoron.
Representatives: widow, 4 children. Adm: Mary Burch
===
Liber F2 pg 16; Charles County Land Records, pg124;
8 jul 1714; Recorded at request of Benjamin Sothoron, Gent.: 29Mar 1714; Indenture from William Marshall of Prince George's County, planter, to Benjamin Sothoron, for consideration of a former bargain and sale of a parcel from Josua Marshall of Prince George's county to John Sorthoron; Marshall rec'd £52.10.0 for a tract called "Two Friends"; it being the north half fomerly sold by Josua Marshall to John Sothoron to Ben Sothoron, s/ John Sothoron; laid out for 525 acres; /s/ Wm. Marshall, Rebekah Marshall; Wit George Dent, John Mactyre; 29Mar 1714, ack by William Marshall and Rebeckah his wife; alienation paid by Mary Rose on behalf of Benj Sothoron.
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Liber Q, Page 87 Charles County Land Records,
9 June 1696; Indenture from John Hawkins, planter, to Thomas Hutchison, merchant of St. Mary's Co.; for £60 a parcel called The Two Friends, formerly in St. Mary's Co.; lying on the cast side of a great swamp coming from Pyle's Fresh; laid out for 525 acres; /s/ Jon. Hawkins, Elizabeth Hawkins (mark); wit. Philip Hoskins, John Hanson, Robert Yates
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Liber Q, Page 89 Charles County Land Records,
9 Jun 1696; Indenture from Joshuah Marshall, planter, to John Sothoron, planter; for £.02.10-0; a parcel called The Two Friends formerly in St. Mary's Co.; laid out for 525 acres; [this appears to be identical to the previous indenturel; /s/ Joshuah Marshall; wit. Phillip Hoskins, John Hanson, Robert Yates 
Sothoron, John Johnson (I011746)
 
75161 ===
SOTHORN, BENJAMIN, Charles Co. 21 Jan. 1745 4 Apr, 1745
To bro. SAMUEL SOTHORN, 125 A. Two Friends, then to his son, LEAVEN SOTHORN,
To bro. SAMUEL's sons, RICHARD and JOHN JOHNSONS SOTHORN, personalty.
MARY CLERK, sister; dau. ELIZABETH,
To bro. RICHARD SOTHORN; his son JOHN.
Mother mentioned., but name not given,
Ex. not mentioned.
Wit: Elizabeth Clark, John Burch, Mary Swann, Wm. Nation, Leonard Clark. 24. 383
===
Sothoron, John, Charles County, 18th Mch, 1711; 1st May, 1712.
To son John Oronson (Southorn) and hrs., that land bought from Edward Barber by John Johnson, father of wife, also 135 A., "Long Monkshire."
To son Samuell and hrs., 2 tracts in St. Mary's County, plantation with mill, edifices., etc.
To son Richard and hrs., "Southerns Desire."
To son Charles and hrs., 50 A., "Southorn's Hills."
To dau. Ann, lease of parts of Chaptico Manor in St. Mary's County, and jointly with dau. Mary, 175 A., "Southorn's Delight," after 50 A. sold to John Pousting be taken out,
To wife Mary, extx., personal estate, together with child., and dwelling plantation part of "Two Friends;" at her decease to pass to young. son Benjamin and hrs.
Test: Thos. Hunt, John Cartwright, Thos. Cooksey. 13. 402.
===
Charles County Land Records, Liber F#2, Page 16
8 Jul 1714; Recorded at request of Benjamin Sothoron, Gent.:
29 Mar 1714; Indenture from William Marshall of Prince George's County, planter, to Benjamin Sothoron; for considerations of a former bargain and sale of a parcel from Josua Marshall of Prince George's Co. to John Sothoron;; Marshall rec'd £52.10.0 for a tract called Two Friends; it being the north half formerly sold by Josua Marshall to John Sothoron to Beni. Sothoron, s/o John Sothoron; laid out for 525 acres; /s/ Wm. Marshall, Rebekah Marshall; wit. George Dent, John Mactyre; 29 Mar 1714 ack. by William Marshall and Rebeckah his wife; alienation paid by Mary Rose on behalf of Benj. Sothoron
===
Rose Mary, Chaptico Hundred, St. Mary's County, 10th Mar., 1716-7;
18th Dec., 1719.
To grandson John Johnson Sothoron, ex.,, 200 A., dwelling plantation during term of lease.
To grandsons Harman Clarke and Samuel, Richard and Benjamin Sothoron, at age of 18,, and granddaus. Anne and Mary Sothoron at marriage and dau. Mary Clarke, personalty.
To dau. Mary Birch, 3 dollars, "current money of this province. ''
Test: Sam. Williamson, Michael Brantson, John Brantson. 15. 276
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7/7/1742: Admin. accts. of John Burch, Charles Co. Sureties (of SMC): John Johnson Sothoron, Samuel Sothoron. Payments to (balance of their estate left by their father's will): John Johnson Sothoron, Benjamin
Sothoron, -----Sothoron, Samuel Sothoron, Anne Sothoron, Mary Sothoron.
Representatives: widow, 4 children. Adm: Mary Burch
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Liber Q, Page 87 Charles County Land Records, Volume III
9 June 1696; Indenture from John Hawkins, planter, to Thomas Hutchison, merchant of St. Mary's Co.; for £60 a parcel called The Two Friends, formerly in St. Mary's Co.; lying on the cast side of a great swamp coming from Pyle's Fresh; laid out for 525 acres; /s/ Jon. Hawkins, Elizabeth Hawkins (mark); wit. Philip Hoskins, John Hanson, Robert Yates
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Liber Q, Page 89 Charles County Land Records, Volume III
9 Jun 1696; Indenture from Joshuah Marshall, planter, to John Sothoron, planter; for £.02.10-0; a parcel called The Two Friends formerly in St. Mary's Co.; laid out for 525 acres; [this appears to be identical to the previous indenturel; /s/ Joshuah Marshall;
wit. Phillip Hoskins, John Hanson, Robert Yates 
Sothoron, Benjamin (I011751)
 
75162 ===
Sothoron, John, Charles County, 18th Mch, 1711; 1st May, 1712.
To son John Johnson (Sothoron) and hrs., that land bought from Edward Barber by John Johnson, father of wife, also 135 A., "Long Monkshire."
To son Samuell and hrs., 2 tracts in St. Mary's County, plantation with mill, edifices., etc.
To son Richard and hrs., "Southerns Desire."
To son Charles and hrs., 50 A., "Southorn's Hills."
To dau. Ann, lease of parts of Chaptico Manor in St. Mary's County, and jointly with dau. Mary, 175 A., "Southorn's Delight," after 50 A. sold to John Pousting be taken out,
To wife Mary, extx., personal estate, together with child., and dwelling plantation part of "Two Friends;" at her decease to pass to young. son Benjamin and hrs.
Next of kin: Elisabeth Price, William Wells.
Test: Thos. Hunt, John Cartwright, Thos. Cooksey. 13. 402.
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John Southeron 33B.140 I CH £232.1.6 May 1 1712
Appraisers: Samuel Williamson, John Dent.
Next of kin: Elisabeth Price, William Wells.
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Capt. Richard Southeron 24.167 A SM £106.5.0 £118.2.6 Oct 7 1703
Payments to: Mr. Thomas Crubb factor to Mr. Peter Pagen & Co. (merchant in London), Mrs. Elisabeth Inman, Sir Thomas Lawrence per Mr. Jacob Moreland by Mr. James Hay, Mr. Jacob Moreland, Mr. W. Bladen.
Administrator: Mr. John Southeron (son).
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Richard Charlett 15.1 I CA Jul 31 1696 Oct 27 1696
Appraisers: George Naylor (also George Nalor), Josh. Cecell.
Approvers: William Barton, John Wightt.
List of debts: Daniel Danilsone, Richard Steevens, Phillip Gittins, Richard Wallis, William Hill, Samuell Warren, Ignatius Craycroft, Richard Chaffey, Thomas Collier, Michael Taney bill to John Kelley, Lawrence Rowland, Samuell Warcupp, Martin Faulkner, Matthew Burnam, Jabez Greening, Thomas Tawney note to pay Browne, Jacob Morland, William Punch, James Rumsey, Phillip Tattersale, Jonathon Willson, Mr. Henry Lowe, Thomas Devise, John Jossling, James Browne, George Ransome, Lawrence Rowland, Henry Pope, Benjamin Greear, William Carter, William Rous, Joshua Cecell, Charles Tracey.
List of desperate debts: Benjamin Greear, James Browne, Andrew Oggden, Phillip Cooxsey, Thomas Tawney, Henry Trueman, John Sothoron, Mr. Sprigg, George Walls, Martin Faulkner, Mr. Deacre, Ruth Hide, Robert Dove, Joseph Greear, William Rouse, Col. Henry Jowles, goods delivered by James Bigger, William Of ford, Marke Catterton, Phillip Willasey, William Selley, John Sprigg, Samuell Peters, John Cooper, Michaell Swift, Jacob Morland, John Henry, Henry Fender, John Stone, John Robinsone, Thomas Lawsone, William Younge, Richard Jenkins, Jonas Parker, Mr. Southorne, Jabez Greening, Thomas Collier, George Walls, William Willson, William Graves, William Carter, Henry Biggs, Robert Gates, Thomas Neilson, Mr. Sprigg, Phillip Allen, Jonathon Samwaies, Gabriell Burnam, Joseph Frye, John Maurice, Jonathon Willson, Thomas Price, Ralph Bagley, William Hill, John Murth, William Of ford Robert Dove, Ignatius Craycroft, Capt. James Keetch, Sarah Pearce, William Barker, John Howson, James Cobb, John Edenfield, Mr. Deacres, John Wright, John Robesone, Samuell Mason, Lawrence Rowlane, Phillip Tattersale, William Tagg, Robert Leech, Jonathon Prather, Capt. Wharton, Jonathon Goozey, Edward Dawson, Richard Hill, Thomas Davies, Philli Cooksey, John Robesone, Henry Trueman, Francis Capshan, Richard Chaffe, Benjamin Greear, William Williams, Thomas Cooke, Richard Clarke, Richard Wallis, John Gallon, Robert Gates, Michaell Cranley, Thomas Bowling, Daniell Danielsone, Dennis Mahane, Joseph Letchworth, William Rouse, John Dunkin, Peter Villet, John Henry, Jonathon Willson, Mr. Barton, Isaac Williams, Matthew Burnam, Henry Fernley, Richard Stevens, Phillip Gittings, Garret Cumberford, William Mills, Michaell Tawney, John Kelly, George Jones, Charles Watson, Charles Carrell, Thomas Gaunt, Garret Vanswaringan, John Dorset, Ignatius Cracroft, John Cave, Hugh Ellis, James Bigger.
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Thomas Hutchinson 18.67 I CH £287.13.11 Sep 23 1698
(also Thomas Hutchyson) (merchant)
Appraisers: Jacob Moreland, John Sotheron.
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Thomas Hutchinson 19-1/2A.102 A CH £287.13.11 £259.8.6 Dec 7 1699
Payments to: Mr. Paggan & Co. (merchants), John Hawkins, Mr. Trottman, Richard Boughton, Mr. John Sothoron, Richard Comes, William Smith, William Trottman, Robert Skinner, Thomas Brook.
Executrix: Ann Magruder, wife of Allexander Magruder.
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Liber F2 pg 16; Charles County Land Records, Volume III, pg124;
8 jul 1714; Recorded at request of Benjamin Sothoron, Gent.: 29Mar 1714; Indenture from William Marshall of Prince George's County, planter, to Benjamin Sothoron, for consideration of a former bargain and sale of a parcel from Josua Marshall of Prince George's county to John Sorthoron; Marshall rec'd £52.10.0 for a tract called "Two Friends"; it being the north half fomerly sold by Josua Marshall to John Sothoron to Ben Sothoron, s/ John Sothoron; laid out for 525 acres; /s/ Wm. Marshall, Rebekah Marshall; Wit George Dent, John Mactyre; 29Mar 1714, ack by William Marshall and Rebeckah his wife; alienation paid by Mary Rose on behalf of Benj Sothoron.
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Charles County Land Records, Liber Q, Page 87
9 June 1696; Indenture from John Hawkins, planter, to Thomas Hutchison, merchant of St. Mary's Co.; for £60 a parcel called The Two Friends, formerly in St. Mary's Co.; lying on the east side of a great swamp coming from Pyle's Fresh; laid out for 525 acres; /s/ Jon. Hawkins, Elizabeth Hawkins (mark); wit. Philip Hoskins, John Hanson, Robert Yates
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Charles County Land Records, Liber Q, Page 89
9 Jun 1696; Indenture from Joshuah Marshall, planter, to John Sothoron, planter; for £52.10.0; a parcel called The Two Friends formerly in St. Mary's Co.; laid out for 525 acres; [this appears to be identical to the previous indenture]; /s/ Joshuah Marshall; wit. Phillip Hoskins, John Hanson, Robert Yates

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Elizabeth Pratt, born about 1694, an eighteen-year-old "mallatto Girle," was the daughter of Dido who was set free by the will of Major Thomas Truman on condition she serve another ten years. Elizabeth was detained as a servant by the widow of John Sotheron on 12 August 1712 when the Charles County court ruled that she be discharged from service [Judicial Records 1711-5, E-2:152]. Elizabeth was apparently the "Mallatto child" who was valued at 5 pounds in the 1 May 1712 Charles County inventory of John Southeron [Prerogative Court Inventories and Accounts, Vol. 33B, 140].
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Amy Ford, born say 1698, was the servant of John Southern on 12 November 1706 when the Charles County court presented her for having an illegitimate "Molatto" child [Court Record 1704-10, 273].
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 374-8: TWO FRIENDS: 525 acres; Possession of - 262-1/2 Acres - Southern, John: 262-1/2 Acres - Magruder, Alexander: Surveyed 8 Feb 1668 for Justinian Dennis & Robert Gates on the North side of a run that runs into the main fresh coming from Piles run: {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, 
Sothoron, John (I011743)
 
75163 ===
SOTHORON, SAMUEL, St. Mary's Co. 2 Dec 1767; 15 June 1768
To wife Jane Sothoron, tracts called Little Worth, Truemans Lot," 'Sotherons Supply,' "Sothorons Hills.
To son Richard Sothoron after wife's decease, two of the tracts.
To son Samuel, 2 of the tracts mentioned after wife's decease.
To son Levin, half of water mill and all the Iron work thereto, also 2 acres.
To son John Johnson Sothoron, Negro boy Cato.
To daus, Ann Burroughs, Susanah, Mary, Margaret, Jane and Elizabeth Sothoron, furniture.
Exs.: wife Jean Sothoron and son Levin Sothoron.
Wit: Richd. Sothoron, Senr., John Sothoron, James Breadey, Junr. 36. 448
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Samuel Sotheron 98.129 SM £25.12.11 Jul 2 1768 Aug 17 1768
Appraisers: James Burroughs, George Burroughs.
Creditors: Richard Sotheron, Sr., John Masson for John & James Jameson,
Next of kin: Richard Sotheron, Jr., John J. Sotheron.
Executors: Jean Sotheron, Levin Sotheron.
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7/7/1742: Admin. accts. of John Burch, Charles Co. Sureties (of SMC): John Johnson Sothoron, Samuel Sothoron. Payments to (balance of their estate left by their father's will): John Johnson Sothoron, Benjamin Sothoron, -----Sothoron, Samuel Sothoron, Anne Sothoron, Mary Sothoron.
Representatives: widow, 4 children. Adm: Mary Burch
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SOTHERON, JOHN JOHNSON, St. Mary,s Co. 9 Oct. 1744; 5 Dec. 1744
Wife ELIZABETH SOTHERON, dwlg. plantation, to return to her son GREENFIELD on her death,
To son HENRY G.
Exs., Samuel Sotheron, Richard Sotheron (bros) and appointed as trustees over son Henry C. who is not to enjoy his estate until age 21.
Wits Leonard Clark, John Briscoe. 24.4-5
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John Ogilvy 12.17 A CH £72.15.2 £121.19.8 Jun 11 1733
Received from: Charles Som. Smith, George Noakes, John Davies, Mr. John Donaldson, Joseph Wood, John Harbord, William Wilkinson, Abraham Parker, Capt. Attaway, Samuel Sothoron, Mary Russell, Richard Sotheran, John Hays, Elisabeth Lawson, Robert Gill, Jeremiah Green, Thomas Allen, James Wilson, Joseph Nichollson, Thomas Winyard, Joseph Hinds, Richard Buckner, Thomas Brooke, Peter Neale.
Payments to: Henry Donaldson, Rand. Morris, William Welsh, John Chisley, Peter Frazer on judgement before Capt. Charles Som. Smith, John Ramsey, Charles Calvert, Esq., Samuel Hanson.
Administrator: John Estep.
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Richard Chunn 23.109 A CH £89.10.6 £90.9.3 Jan 7 1746
Sureties: Samuel Amery, Edward Swann.
Received from: Samuel Chunn, John Turton, Edward Swann, Samuel Sothorn, Isaac Wood, Thomas Ash, John Noe.
Payments to; James Nevison, MM Gildart & Sons (merchants in Liverpool), Samuel Chunn, MM Muschel & Co., Thomas Midgley, James Compton, Samuel Ameryt Anne Suel, Richard Anderson, Joseph Noble, Rubard Boarman, William Harrison, Sarah Dyson, Zachariah Bond, Charles Love, Edward Davis, William Blackenbury, Susannah Magglestone, Anthony Semmes, John Wise, Daniel Dulany, Esq., Walter Hanson.
Representatives (siblings): Mary Anne Burch, Elisabeth Chunn, Lydia Chunn, Perregrine Chunn, Andrew Chunn, Judith Chunn, Dorithy Chunn.
Administrator (de bonis non): Andrew Chunn.
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SOTHORN, BENJAMIN, Charles Co. 21 Jan. 1745; 4 Apr, 1745
To bro. SAMUEL SOTHORN, 125 A. Two Friends, then to his son, LEAVEN SOTHORN,
To bro. SAMUEL's sons, RICHARD and JOHN JOHNSONS SOTHORN, personalty.
MARY CLERK, sister; dau. ELIZABETH,
To bro. RICHARD SOTHORN; his son JOHN.
Mother mentioned., but name not given,
Ex. not mentioned.
Wit: Elizabeth Clark, John Burch, Mary Swann, Wm. Nation, Leonard Clark. 24. 383
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Mary Burch 79.213 CH £232.7.9 Jun 14 1762 Nov 4 1762
Appraisers: K. T. Greenfield, George Burroughs.
Creditors: Henry G. Sothoron, Matthew Maxwell attorney for MM. John & James Jameson.
Next of kin: Samuel Sothoron, Mary Swan.
Administrator: Richard Sothoron.
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Rose Mary, Chaptico Hundred, St. Mary's County, 10th Mar., 1716-7; 18th Dec., 1719.
To grandson John Johnson Sothoron, ex.,, 200 A., dwelling plantation during term of lease.
To grandsons Harman Clarke and Samuel, Richard and Benjamin Sothoron, at age of 18,, and granddaus. Anne and Mary Sothoron at marriage and dau. Mary Clarke, personalty.
To dau. Mary Birch, 3 dollars, "current money of this province. ''
Test: Sam. Williamson, Michael Brantson, John Brantson. 15. 276
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Calendar of Maryland State Papers No: The Black Books
By The State Of Maryland [10 Sept 1750]
All Faith's Parish, St. Mary's County. Nomination of inspectors.
As inspectors for the several warehouses on Patuxent River the vestrymen have nominated the following men: for the warehouse at Ben[e]d[ic]t town, John Estep, Henry Lyon, Capt. Thomas Greenfield, Samuel Sothoron; for the warehouse at Edward Cole's, Samuel Abell of Samuel, Thomas Forrest, John Abell, Charles King; For the warehouse at Town Creek, Cuthbert Abell, Philip Clarke Jr., Nathaniel Hickman, Samuel Jenifer.
D.S 1p. 29.5cm x 24.2cm
Signatures: John Urquhart (rector), Philip Clarke, James Keech, Samuel Abell, George Slater, Thomas Reeder, John Abell, Samuel Sothoron.
note the first two among those nominated for Benedict town served last year as did also the first two nominated for the warehouse at Edward Cole's; Philip Clarke and Samuel Jenifer served at Town Creek.
On verse: old inspectors; Jenifer refuses; commission to Hickman; Lyon refuses; commission to Greenfield 
Sothoron, Samuel (I002682)
 
75164 ===
SOTHORON, SAMUEL, St. Mary's Co. 2 Dec 1767; 15 June 1768
To wife Jane Sothoron, tracts called Little Worth, Truemans Lot," 'Sotherons Supply,' "Sothorons Hills.
To son Richard Sothoron after wife's decease, two of the tracts.
To son Samuel, 2 of the tracts mentioned after wife's decease. To son Levin, half of water mill and all the Iron work thereto, also 2 acres.
To son John Johnson Sothoron, Negro boy Cato.
To dazes, Ann Burroughs, Susanah, Mary, Margaret, Jane and Elizabeth Sothoron, furniture.
Exs.: wife Jean Sothoron and son Levin Sothoron.
Wit: Richd. Sothoron, Senr., John Sothoron, James Breadey, Junr. 36. 448
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Samuel Sotheron 98.129 SM £25.12.11 Jul 2 1768 Aug 17 1768
Appraisers: James Burroughs, George Burroughs.
Creditors: Richard Sotheron, Sr., John Masson for John & James Jameson,
Next of kin: Richard Sotheron, Jr., John J. Sotheron.
Executors: Jean Sotheron, Levin Sotheron
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Charles County Maryland Will Book AF-11, 1791-1801, {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 533.
Levin Sothoron, September 26, 1799; November 10, 1799
I, Levin Sothoron of CC being weak of body but of sound and perfect memory
To son Thomas L{etchworth} Sothoron, the dwelling place whereon he now dwells being part of the land called the Two Friend and part of Sothorons Discovery, containing 113 acres, being the place where John Sothoron dwelt also three negroes, George, Rachel and Sarah, my wheat, one cow and calf and one iron kettle which my sisters had for their use.
To son Zachariah Sothoron, Tract of land called Gates Range, containing 100 acres which I purchased of Roswell Mudd, also three negroes Rody, Charles and Smith, one cow and calf, one horse colt two years old.
To son Levin Sothoron, my now dwelling plantation called The Two Friends, containing 125 acres , which was given to me by my uncle Benjamin Sothoron, also thee negroes, Lin Debb, and Lett, my yoke of ox and Cart, my bay horse called Dawson, and all the furniture now in my dwelling house at my decease.
Item: negro woman Sellar and her daughter Rines and abandon and abolish them and all the future increase of them hereafter forever from me and my heirs and all others whatever.
To my daughter Rebekah, three negroes, Anna, Mary and Luce, one cow and calf, my youngest bay colt.
Item: Wherefore I have sold unto Jesse Edwards a small piece of land in Saint Maries County which I bought part of my brother John J{ohnson} Sothoron and paid him the money for the same and never had no receipt for the land, my will if Jesse Edwards should lose the land or his heirs then my executor to pay back the same sum of money to him or his heirs which he paid to John Forbes on my account and my executor fall back on my brother John J. Sothoron or his heirs and my brother Richard Sothoron heirs as will be made apparent by my book of accounts.
Item: My will is provided anyone of my three children, viz, Zachariah, Levin and Rebekah should not stand to my will and be agreed that my son Thomas L. Sothoron shall hold and possess that part of land which I have given by will to him, then that one who will not stand to my will to deliver up all the legacies which I give to them by will to Thos L. Sothoron and to take the part of land they claim and my son Thomas L. Sothoron to pay them one shilling Sterling.
Executor: son Thomas Letchworth Sothoron
Signed: September 26, 1799 Levin Sothoron
Wit: Henry Lyon Davis, John Munroe, Samuel Morton
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Charles County Land Records 1790-1792; Liber K#4; Page 282. Jan 27, 1791 from John Swan and Elizabeth, his wife, Joseph Swan and Agnes, his wife, Seth Barton and Sarah Emerson, his wife, May Maxwell, and Mary Maxwell, all of Baltimore Town (which sd Elizabeth, Agnes, Sarah, May, and Mary, are 5 of the daughters and co-heirs of George Maxwell, late of CC, decd), to Richard Sothoron, Benjamin Sothoron, John Johnson Sothoron and Ann, his wife, of St. Mary's County, Jonathan Anderson and Mary, his wife, Levin Sothoron and Rebecca, his wife, and James Briscoe and Elizabeth, his wife, of CC, for 975 £, five seventh undivided parts of the tract of land called Maxwells Seat. John Sothoron, late of CC, decd, on about Jan 20, 1789, agreed to purchase of John swan and Elizabeth, his wife, Helen Maxwell now Helen Tabbs, wife to Barton Tabbs of St. Mary's County), Agnes Maxwell (now Agnes Swan, wife to Joseph Swan afd), Sarah Emerson Maxwell (now Sarah Emerson Barton, wife to the afd Seth Barton), John Campbell and Marion, his wife, May Maxwell, and Mary Maxwell, which sd Elizabeth, Helen, Agnes, Sarah, Marion, May, and Mary are all the daughters and heirs of the afd George Maxwell, a certain tract of land in CC, called Maxwells Seat, supposed to contain about 487-1/2 acres, for the price of 2 £ 16 shillings for every acre that sd Maxwell Seat, upon survey, is found to contain. Sd John Sothoron, before a deed for sd Maxwells Seat was made to him by the afd heirs, sd George Maxwell died intestate, leaving the afd Richard, Benjamin, and Ann Sothoron, Mary Anderson, Rebecca Sothoron, and Elizabeth Briscoe, his legal heirs and representatives. John Swan and Elizabeth, his wife, Joseph Swan and Agnes, his wife, Seth Barton and Sarah Emerson, his wife, May Maxwell, and Mary Maxwell, are willing to execute their parts of sd agreement of the heirs of sd George Maxwell with sd John Sothoron. Signed - J. Swan, E. Swan, Joseph Swan, A. Swan, Seth Barton, Sarah £ Barton, May Maxwell, Mary Maxwell. Wit - J. Campbell, Jas Bryden_ This deed was acknowledged in Baltimore County before Baltimore County JPs Jas Calhoun and Geo: Salmon. Certified by Wm Gibson, Clk, Baltimore County. Recorded Jun 25, 1791.
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Charles County Land Records 1790-1792; Liber K#4; Page 292. Apr 7, 1791 from Barton Tabbs and Helen, his wife, of St. Mary's County (which sd Helen is one of the daughters and co-heirs of George Maxwell, late of CC, decd), for 195 £, to Richard Sothoron, Benjamin Sothoron, and John Johnson Sothoron and Ann, his wife, of St. Mary's County, Jonathan Anderson and Mary, his wife, Levin Sothoron and Rebecca, his wife, and James Briscoe and Elizabeth, his wife, of CC, one seventh undivided part of a tract of land called Maxwells Seat, lying in CC. John Sothoron, late of CC, decd, on about Jan 20, 1789, "agree for and purchase" of John Swan and Elizabeth, his wife, Helen Maxwell now Helen Tabbs, wife of the afd Barton Tabbs), Agnes Maxwell (now Agnes Swann, wife to Joseph Swan), Sarah Emerson Maxwell (now wife to Seth Barton), John Campbell, and Marion, his wife, May Maxwell, and Mary Maxwell, which sd Elizabeth Swan, etc., are all the daughters and co-heirs of the afd George Maxwell, sd tract of land called Maxwells Seat, supposed to contain about 487-1/2 acres, for the price of 2 £ 16 shillings per acre, upon survey. Sd John Sothoron, before a deed to Maxwells Seat was executed to him by the afd heirs of George Maxwell, did die, intestate, leaving the afd Richard Sothoron, Benjamin Sothoron, etc, his heirs and legal representatives. The afd Barton and Helen Tabbs are willing to execute their part of sd agreement. Signed - B. Tabbs, H. Tabbs. Wit - Vernon Hebb, John Abell (St. Mary's County JPs). Certified by Timothy Bowes, Clerk of St. Mary's County Court. Recorded Aug 15, 1791.
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Charles County Land Records 1790-1792; Liber K#4; Page 302. Aug 20, 1791 from Richard Sothoron, Benjamin Sothoron, and John Johnson Sothoron and Ann, his wife, all of St. Mary's County, to John Campbell of CC, for 500 £, three sixth undivided parts of a tract of land in CC called Maxwells Seat. Signed - Rich Sothoron, Benjamin Sothoron, John J. Sothoron, Ann (A her mark) Sothoron. Wit - Will: Kilgour, Thomas Bond (St Mary's County JPs). Catharine, wife to the afd Richard Sothoron, relinquished her right of dower. Certified by Timothy Bowes, Clerk of St. Mary's County Court. Recorded Sep 8, 1791. 
Sothoron, Richard (I103014)
 
75165 ===
SOTHORON, SAMUEL, St. Mary's Co. 2 Dec 1767; 15 June 1768
To wife Jane Sothoron, tracts called Little Worth, Truemans Lot," 'Sotherons Supply,' "Sothorons Hills.
To son Richard Sothoron after wife's decease, two of the tracts.
To son Samuel, 2 of the tracts mentioned after wife's decease. To son Levin, half of water mill and all the Iron work thereto, also 2 acres.
To son John Johnson Sothoron, Negro boy Cato.
To dazes, Ann Burroughs, Susanah, Mary, Margaret, Jane and Elizabeth Sothoron, furniture.
Exs.: wife Jean Sothoron and son Levin Sothoron.
Wit: Richd. Sothoron, Senr., John Sothoron, James Breadey, Junr. 36. 448
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Samuel Sotheron 98.129 SM £25.12.11 Jul 2 1768 Aug 17 1768
Appraisers: James Burroughs, George Burroughs.
Creditors: Richard Sotheron, Sr., John Masson for John & James Jameson,
Next of kin: Richard Sotheron, Jr., John J. Sotheron.
Executors: Jean Sotheron, Levin Sotheron
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Charles County Maryland Will Book AF-11, 1791-1801, {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 533.
Levin Sothoron, September 26, 1799; November 10, 1799
I, Levin Sothoron of CC being weak of body but of sound and perfect memory
To son Thomas L{etchworth} Sothoron, the dwelling place whereon he now dwells being part of the land called the Two Friend and part of Sothorons Discovery, containing 113 acres, being the place where John Sothoron dwelt also three negroes, George, Rachel and Sarah, my wheat, one cow and calf and one iron kettle which my sisters had for their use.
To son Zachariah Sothoron, Tract of land called Gates Range, containing 100 acres which I purchased of Roswell Mudd, also three negroes Rody, Charles and Smith, one cow and calf, one horse colt two years old.
To son Levin Sothoron, my now dwelling plantation called The Two Friends, containing 125 acres , which was given to me by my uncle Benjamin Sothoron, also thee negroes, Lin Debb, and Lett, my yoke of ox and Cart, my bay horse called Dawson, and all the furniture now in my dwelling house at my decease.
Item: negro woman Sellar and her daughter Rines and abandon and abolish them and all the future increase of them hereafter forever from me and my heirs and all others whatever.
To my daughter Rebekah, three negroes, Anna, Mary and Luce, one cow and calf, my youngest bay colt.
Item: Wherefore I have sold unto Jesse Edwards a small piece of land in Saint Maries County which I bought part of my brother John J{ohnson} Sothoron and paid him the money for the same and never had no receipt for the land, my will if Jesse Edwards should lose the land or his heirs then my executor to pay back the same sum of money to him or his heirs which he paid to John Forbes on my account and my executor fall back on my brother John J. Sothoron or his heirs and my brother Richard Sothoron heirs as will be made apparent by my book of accounts.
Item: My will is provided anyone of my three children, viz, Zachariah, Levin and Rebekah should not stand to my will and be agreed that my son Thomas L. Sothoron shall hold and possess that part of land which I have given by will to him, then that one who will not stand to my will to deliver up all the legacies which I give to them by will to Thos L. Sothoron and to take the part of land they claim and my son Thomas L. Sothoron to pay them one shilling Sterling.
Executor: son Thomas Letchworth Sothoron
Signed: September 26, 1799 Levin Sothoron
Wit: Henry Lyon Davis, John Munroe, Samuel Morton
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Charles County Land Records 1790-1792; Liber K#4; Page 282. Jan 27, 1791 from John Swan and Elizabeth, his wife, Joseph Swan and Agnes, his wife, Seth Barton and Sarah Emerson, his wife, May Maxwell, and Mary Maxwell, all of Baltimore Town (which sd Elizabeth, Agnes, Sarah, May, and Mary, are 5 of the daughters and co-heirs of George Maxwell, late of CC, decd), to Richard Sothoron, Benjamin Sothoron, John Johnson Sothoron and Ann, his wife, of St. Mary's County, Jonathan Anderson and Mary, his wife, Levin Sothoron and Rebecca, his wife, and James Briscoe and Elizabeth, his wife, of CC, for 975 £, five seventh undivided parts of the tract of land called Maxwells Seat. John Sothoron, late of CC, decd, on about Jan 20, 1789, agreed to purchase of John swan and Elizabeth, his wife, Helen Maxwell now Helen Tabbs, wife to Barton Tabbs of St. Mary's County), Agnes Maxwell (now Agnes Swan, wife to Joseph Swan afd), Sarah Emerson Maxwell (now Sarah Emerson Barton, wife to the afd Seth Barton), John Campbell and Marion, his wife, May Maxwell, and Mary Maxwell, which sd Elizabeth, Helen, Agnes, Sarah, Marion, May, and Mary are all the daughters and heirs of the afd George Maxwell, a certain tract of land in CC, called Maxwells Seat, supposed to contain about 487-1/2 acres, for the price of 2 £ 16 shillings for every acre that sd Maxwell Seat, upon survey, is found to contain. Sd John Sothoron, before a deed for sd Maxwells Seat was made to him by the afd heirs, sd George Maxwell died intestate, leaving the afd Richard, Benjamin, and Ann Sothoron, Mary Anderson, Rebecca Sothoron, and Elizabeth Briscoe, his legal heirs and representatives. John Swan and Elizabeth, his wife, Joseph Swan and Agnes, his wife, Seth Barton and Sarah Emerson, his wife, May Maxwell, and Mary Maxwell, are willing to execute their parts of sd agreement of the heirs of sd George Maxwell with sd John Sothoron. Signed - J. Swan, E. Swan, Joseph Swan, A. Swan, Seth Barton, Sarah £ Barton, May Maxwell, Mary Maxwell. Wit - J. Campbell, Jas Bryden_ This deed was acknowledged in Baltimore County before Baltimore County JPs Jas Calhoun and Geo: Salmon. Certified by Wm Gibson, Clk, Baltimore County. Recorded Jun 25, 1791.
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Charles County Land Records 1790-1792; Liber K#4; Page 292. Apr 7, 1791 from Barton Tabbs and Helen, his wife, of St. Mary's County (which sd Helen is one of the daughters and co-heirs of George Maxwell, late of CC, decd), for 195 £, to Richard Sothoron, Benjamin Sothoron, and John Johnson Sothoron and Ann, his wife, of St. Mary's County, Jonathan Anderson and Mary, his wife, Levin Sothoron and Rebecca, his wife, and James Briscoe and Elizabeth, his wife, of CC, one seventh undivided part of a tract of land called Maxwells Seat, lying in CC. John Sothoron, late of CC, decd, on about Jan 20, 1789, "agree for and purchase" of John Swan and Elizabeth, his wife, Helen Maxwell now Helen Tabbs, wife of the afd Barton Tabbs), Agnes Maxwell (now Agnes Swann, wife to Joseph Swan), Sarah Emerson Maxwell (now wife to Seth Barton), John Campbell, and Marion, his wife, May Maxwell, and Mary Maxwell, which sd Elizabeth Swan, etc., are all the daughters and co-heirs of the afd George Maxwell, sd tract of land called Maxwells Seat, supposed to contain about 487-1/2 acres, for the price of 2 £ 16 shillings per acre, upon survey. Sd John Sothoron, before a deed to Maxwells Seat was executed to him by the afd heirs of George Maxwell, did die, intestate, leaving the afd Richard Sothoron, Benjamin Sothoron, etc, his heirs and legal representatives. The afd Barton and Helen Tabbs are willing to execute their part of sd agreement. Signed - B. Tabbs, H. Tabbs. Wit - Vernon Hebb, John Abell (St. Mary's County JPs). Certified by Timothy Bowes, Clerk of St. Mary's County Court. Recorded Aug 15, 1791.
===
Charles County Land Records 1790-1792; Liber K#4; Page 302. Aug 20, 1791 from Richard Sothoron, Benjamin Sothoron, and John Johnson Sothoron and Ann, his wife, all of St. Mary's County, to John Campbell of CC, for 500 £, three sixth undivided parts of a tract of land in CC called Maxwells Seat. Signed - Rich Sothoron, Benjamin Sothoron, John J. Sothoron, Ann (A her mark) Sothoron. Wit - Will: Kilgour, Thomas Bond (St Mary's County JPs). Catharine, wife to the afd Richard Sothoron, relinquished her right of dower. Certified by Timothy Bowes, Clerk of St. Mary's County Court. Recorded Sep 8, 1791. 
Sothoron, Richard (I103014)
 
75166 ===
SOTHORON, SAMUEL, St. Mary's Co. 2 Dec 1767; 15 June 1768
To wife Jane Sothoron, tracts called Little Worth, Truemans Lot," 'Sotherons Supply,' "Sothorons Hills.
To son Richard Sothoron after wife's decease, two of the tracts.
To son Samuel, 2 of the tracts mentioned after wife's decease. To son Levin, half of water mill and all the Iron work thereto, also 2 acres.
To son John Johnson Sothoron, Negro boy Cato.
To dazes, Ann Burroughs, Susanah, Mary, Margaret, Jane and Elizabeth Sothoron, furniture.
Exs.: wife Jean Sothoron and son Levin Sothoron.
Wit: Richd. Sothoron, Senr., John Sothoron, James Breadey, Junr. 36. 448 
Sothoron, Anne (I033348)
 
75167 ===
SOTHORON, SAMUEL, St. Mary's Co. 2 Dec 1767; 15 June 1768
To wife Jane Sothoron, tracts called Little Worth, Truemans Lot," 'Sotherons Supply,' "Sothorons Hills.
To son Richard Sothoron after wife's decease, two of the tracts.
To son Samuel, 2 of the tracts mentioned after wife's decease. To son Levin, half of water mill and all the Iron work thereto, also 2 acres.
To son John Johnson Sothoron, Negro boy Cato.
To dazes, Ann Burroughs, Susanah, Mary, Margaret, Jane and Elizabeth Sothoron, furniture.
Exs.: wife Jean Sothoron and son Levin Sothoron.
Wit: Richd. Sothoron, Senr., John Sothoron, James Breadey, Junr. 36. 448 
Sothoron, Anne (I033348)
 
75168 ===
SOTHORON, SAMUEL, St. Mary's Co. 2 Dec 1767; 15 June 1768
To wife Jane Sothoron, tracts called Little Worth, Truemans Lot," 'Sotherons Supply,' "Sothorons Hills.
To son Richard Sothoron after wife's decease, two of the tracts.
To son Samuel, 2 of the tracts mentioned after wife's decease. To son Levin, half of water mill and all the Iron work thereto, also 2 acres.
To son John Johnson Sothoron, Negro boy Cato.
To dazes, Ann Burroughs, Susanah, Mary, Margaret, Jane and Elizabeth Sothoron, furniture.
Exs.: wife Jean Sothoron and son Levin Sothoron.
Wit: Richd. Sothoron, Senr., John Sothoron, James Breadey, Junr. 36. 448 
Sothoron, Susannah (I103013)
 
75169 ===
SOTHORON, SAMUEL, St. Mary's Co. 2 Dec 1767; 15 June 1768
To wife Jane Sothoron, tracts called Little Worth, Truemans Lot," 'Sotherons Supply,' "Sothorons Hills.
To son Richard Sothoron after wife's decease, two of the tracts.
To son Samuel, 2 of the tracts mentioned after wife's decease. To son Levin, half of water mill and all the Iron work thereto, also 2 acres.
To son John Johnson Sothoron, Negro boy Cato.
To dazes, Ann Burroughs, Susanah, Mary, Margaret, Jane and Elizabeth Sothoron, furniture.
Exs.: wife Jean Sothoron and son Levin Sothoron.
Wit: Richd. Sothoron, Senr., John Sothoron, James Breadey, Junr. 36. 448 
Sothoron, Mary (I103016)
 
75170 ===
SOTHORON, SAMUEL, St. Mary's Co. 2 Dec 1767; 15 June 1768
To wife Jane Sothoron, tracts called Little Worth, Truemans Lot," 'Sotherons Supply,' "Sothorons Hills.
To son Richard Sothoron after wife's decease, two of the tracts.
To son Samuel, 2 of the tracts mentioned after wife's decease. To son Levin, half of water mill and all the Iron work thereto, also 2 acres.
To son John Johnson Sothoron, Negro boy Cato.
To dazes, Ann Burroughs, Susanah, Mary, Margaret, Jane and Elizabeth Sothoron, furniture.
Exs.: wife Jean Sothoron and son Levin Sothoron.
Wit: Richd. Sothoron, Senr., John Sothoron, James Breadey, Junr. 36. 448 
Sothoron, Jane (I103017)
 
75171 ===
SOTHORON, SAMUEL, St. Mary's Co. 2 Dec 1767; 15 June 1768
To wife Jane Sothoron, tracts called Little Worth, Truemans Lot," 'Sotherons Supply,' "Sothorons Hills.
To son Richard Sothoron after wife's decease, two of the tracts.
To son Samuel, 2 of the tracts mentioned after wife's decease. To son Levin, half of water mill and all the Iron work thereto, also 2 acres.
To son John Johnson Sothoron, Negro boy Cato.
To dazes, Ann Burroughs, Susanah, Mary, Margaret, Jane and Elizabeth Sothoron, furniture.
Exs.: wife Jean Sothoron and son Levin Sothoron.
Wit: Richd. Sothoron, Senr., John Sothoron, James Breadey, Junr. 36. 448 
Sothoron, Elizabeth (I103018)
 
75172 ===
SOTHORON, SAMUEL, St. Mary's Co. 2 Dec 1767; 15 June 1768
To wife Jane Sothoron, tracts called Little Worth, Truemans Lot," 'Sotherons Supply,' "Sothorons Hills.
To son Richard Sothoron after wife's decease, two of the tracts.
To son Samuel, 2 of the tracts mentioned after wife's decease. To son Levin, half of water mill and all the Iron work thereto, also 2 acres.
To son John Johnson Sothoron, Negro boy Cato.
To dazes, Ann Burroughs, Susanah, Mary, Margaret, Jane and Elizabeth Sothoron, furniture.
Exs.: wife Jean Sothoron and son Levin Sothoron.
Wit: Richd. Sothoron, Senr., John Sothoron, James Breadey, Junr. 36. 448 
Sothoron, Susannah (I103013)
 
75173 ===
SOTHORON, SAMUEL, St. Mary's Co. 2 Dec 1767; 15 June 1768
To wife Jane Sothoron, tracts called Little Worth, Truemans Lot," 'Sotherons Supply,' "Sothorons Hills.
To son Richard Sothoron after wife's decease, two of the tracts.
To son Samuel, 2 of the tracts mentioned after wife's decease. To son Levin, half of water mill and all the Iron work thereto, also 2 acres.
To son John Johnson Sothoron, Negro boy Cato.
To dazes, Ann Burroughs, Susanah, Mary, Margaret, Jane and Elizabeth Sothoron, furniture.
Exs.: wife Jean Sothoron and son Levin Sothoron.
Wit: Richd. Sothoron, Senr., John Sothoron, James Breadey, Junr. 36. 448 
Sothoron, Mary (I103016)
 
75174 ===
SOTHORON, SAMUEL, St. Mary's Co. 2 Dec 1767; 15 June 1768
To wife Jane Sothoron, tracts called Little Worth, Truemans Lot," 'Sotherons Supply,' "Sothorons Hills.
To son Richard Sothoron after wife's decease, two of the tracts.
To son Samuel, 2 of the tracts mentioned after wife's decease. To son Levin, half of water mill and all the Iron work thereto, also 2 acres.
To son John Johnson Sothoron, Negro boy Cato.
To dazes, Ann Burroughs, Susanah, Mary, Margaret, Jane and Elizabeth Sothoron, furniture.
Exs.: wife Jean Sothoron and son Levin Sothoron.
Wit: Richd. Sothoron, Senr., John Sothoron, James Breadey, Junr. 36. 448 
Sothoron, Jane (I103017)
 
75175 ===
SOTHORON, SAMUEL, St. Mary's Co. 2 Dec 1767; 15 June 1768
To wife Jane Sothoron, tracts called Little Worth, Truemans Lot," 'Sotherons Supply,' "Sothorons Hills.
To son Richard Sothoron after wife's decease, two of the tracts.
To son Samuel, 2 of the tracts mentioned after wife's decease. To son Levin, half of water mill and all the Iron work thereto, also 2 acres.
To son John Johnson Sothoron, Negro boy Cato.
To dazes, Ann Burroughs, Susanah, Mary, Margaret, Jane and Elizabeth Sothoron, furniture.
Exs.: wife Jean Sothoron and son Levin Sothoron.
Wit: Richd. Sothoron, Senr., John Sothoron, James Breadey, Junr. 36. 448 
Sothoron, Elizabeth (I103018)
 
75176 ===
SOURCE of Will: Office of Public Records, Washington D.C. Transcription from
manuscript and paragraphing (for clarity) by Tom Sudduth . [cover] 1817. The
Last Will and Testament of Elizabeth Fox. Registered 21. I.A.B. nt

[page one]
I, Elizabeth Fox, of Georgetown, in the county of Washington and District of
Columbia, do, this twentieth day of April, one thousand eight hundred and
nineteen, make and publish this, my Last Will and Testament, which is as
follows: Imprimis - In consideration of the services rendered me by my son
Joseph Braden Fox, I give and bequeath unto him, my mahogany writing desk, and
also one hundred dollars, to be paid out of monies due to me from Joseph White ?

Item. - I give and bequeath to my two daughters, Elizabeth Fox and Delilah Fox,
my silver ware, consisting of six silver table-spoons, fourteen silver tea-
spoons, one silver cream-jug and one pair of tea-tongs, to be divided as nearly
as possible equally betwixt them. ?

Item. I give and bequeath to my children, Joseph Braden Fox, William Parkinson
Fox, Elizabeth Fox and Delilah Fox, to be divided equally among them, fifteen
bed sheets, seven bed coverlets, and six table cloths, to be reserved for them
from my furniture and likewise, to Joseph Braden, one feather bed and bedstead,
to Elizabeth, one feather bed and bedstead, to Delilah, one feather bed and
bedstead, all to be reserved out of my furniture, and to William Parkinson Fox,
my large? family bible, besides one feather bed and bedstead of equal value with
the ones that his brother Joseph Braden shall received, and to be purchased for
him when he shall want it, out of the proceeds of my other furniture and
effects. -- My property otherwise, to be divided equally among my four children
above named. ?

[page two]
I moreover ordain and appoint Daniel Renner of Georgetown aforesaid, the
Executor of this my Last Will and Testament. In testimony whereof declaring this
to be my Last Will and Testament, I have herewith set my hand and Seal. the day
and year first above written ?

Sealed and delivered, in presence of. O.B.Brown Thomas Burgess Elizabeth {seal}
Fox Washington County, District of Columbia. The 6th day of May 1819. There came
Obadiah B. Brown one of the two subscribing witnesses to the within last will
and Testament of Elizabeth Fox late of Washington County aforesaid, deceased,
and made oath on the holy Evangels of Almighty God, that he did see the
Testatrix the same named, sign and seal this will, and that He heard her
publish, pronounce and declare the same to be her last will and Testament; that
at the time of her so doing she was to the best of his apprehension

[page three]
of sound and disposing mind, memory and understanding and that he subscribed his
name as a witness to this will, in the presence and at the request of the
Testatrix, also that he did see Thomas Burgess the other witness to this will
subscribe his name as a witness to the same, in the presence and at the request
of said Testatrix ?

Sworn before James H. Blake Reg of Wills for Washington County 
Braden, Elizabeth (I105841)
 
75177 ===
SOURCE of Will: Office of Public Records, Washington D.C. Transcription from
manuscript and paragraphing (for clarity) by Tom Sudduth . [cover] 1817. The
Last Will and Testament of Elizabeth Fox. Registered 21. I.A.B. nt

[page one]
I, Elizabeth Fox, of Georgetown, in the county of Washington and District of
Columbia, do, this twentieth day of April, one thousand eight hundred and
nineteen, make and publish this, my Last Will and Testament, which is as
follows: Imprimis - In consideration of the services rendered me by my son
Joseph Braden Fox, I give and bequeath unto him, my mahogany writing desk, and
also one hundred dollars, to be paid out of monies due to me from Joseph White ?

Item. - I give and bequeath to my two daughters, Elizabeth Fox and Delilah Fox,
my silver ware, consisting of six silver table-spoons, fourteen silver tea-
spoons, one silver cream-jug and one pair of tea-tongs, to be divided as nearly
as possible equally betwixt them. ?

Item. I give and bequeath to my children, Joseph Braden Fox, William Parkinson
Fox, Elizabeth Fox and Delilah Fox, to be divided equally among them, fifteen
bed sheets, seven bed coverlets, and six table cloths, to be reserved for them
from my furniture and likewise, to Joseph Braden, one feather bed and bedstead,
to Elizabeth, one feather bed and bedstead, to Delilah, one feather bed and
bedstead, all to be reserved out of my furniture, and to William Parkinson Fox,
my large? family bible, besides one feather bed and bedstead of equal value with
the ones that his brother Joseph Braden shall received, and to be purchased for
him when he shall want it, out of the proceeds of my other furniture and
effects. -- My property otherwise, to be divided equally among my four children
above named. ?

[page two]
I moreover ordain and appoint Daniel Renner of Georgetown aforesaid, the
Executor of this my Last Will and Testament. In testimony whereof declaring this
to be my Last Will and Testament, I have herewith set my hand and Seal. the day
and year first above written ?

Sealed and delivered, in presence of. O.B.Brown Thomas Burgess Elizabeth {seal}
Fox Washington County, District of Columbia. The 6th day of May 1819. There came
Obadiah B. Brown one of the two subscribing witnesses to the within last will
and Testament of Elizabeth Fox late of Washington County aforesaid, deceased,
and made oath on the holy Evangels of Almighty God, that he did see the
Testatrix the same named, sign and seal this will, and that He heard her
publish, pronounce and declare the same to be her last will and Testament; that
at the time of her so doing she was to the best of his apprehension

[page three]
of sound and disposing mind, memory and understanding and that he subscribed his
name as a witness to this will, in the presence and at the request of the
Testatrix, also that he did see Thomas Burgess the other witness to this will
subscribe his name as a witness to the same, in the presence and at the request
of said Testatrix ?

Sworn before James H. Blake Reg of Wills for Washington County 
Braden, Elizabeth (I105841)
 
75178 ===
Source: Charlotte Hamilton
Probate: 25 Jun 1817, Bullitt County, Kentucky, I Joseph Hedges of the County of Bullitt and state of Kentucky and husband to Elizabeth Hedges formerly Elizabeth Briscoe one of the heirs and devisees of John McMillian decd late of Prince William County, Virginia for and in consideration of the sum of Eight hundred and a half dollars this day rec'd of Thos. Briscoe of the County of Jefferson and state of Virginia sell unto the said Thos. Briscoe all the right title and interest of the estate of the aforesaid John McMillian decd 
Briscoe, Thomas (I042246)
 
75179 ===
Source: Charlotte Hamilton
Probate: 25 Jun 1817, Bullitt County, Kentucky, I Joseph Hedges of the County of Bullitt and state of Kentucky and husband to Elizabeth Hedges formerly Elizabeth Briscoe one of the heirs and devisees of John McMillian decd late of Prince William County, Virginia for and in consideration of the sum of Eight hundred and a half dollars this day rec'd of Thos. Briscoe of the County of Jefferson and state of Virginia sell unto the said Thos. Briscoe all the right title and interest of the estate of the aforesaid John McMillian decd 
Briscoe, Thomas (I042246)
 
75180 ===
Source: Charlotte Hamilton : {Elizabeth is daughter of George Briscoe}
Probate: 25 Jun 1817, Bullitt County, Kentucky, I Joseph Hedges of the County of Bullitt and state of Kentucky and husband to Elizabeth Hedges formerly Elizabeth Briscoe one of the heirs and devisees of John McMillian decd late of Prince William County, Virginia for and in consideration of the sum of Eight hundred and a half dollars this day rec'd of Thos. Briscoe of the County of Jefferson and state of Virginia sell unto the said Thos. Briscoe all the right title and interest of the estate of the aforesaid John McMillian decd 
McMillion, Frances (I028900)
 
75181 ===
Source: Charlotte Hamilton : {Elizabeth is daughter of George Briscoe}
Probate: 25 Jun 1817, Bullitt County, Kentucky, I Joseph Hedges of the County of Bullitt and state of Kentucky and husband to Elizabeth Hedges formerly Elizabeth Briscoe one of the heirs and devisees of John McMillian decd late of Prince William County, Virginia for and in consideration of the sum of Eight hundred and a half dollars this day rec'd of Thos. Briscoe of the County of Jefferson and state of Virginia sell unto the said Thos. Briscoe all the right title and interest of the estate of the aforesaid John McMillian decd 
McMillion, Frances (I028900)
 
75182 ===
Source: Dement Family History by Mrs. Marilyn Holmes; 1400 Bluefield Drive; Florissant, MO 63033 Pg 240 
Fenley, Sarah (I011540)
 
75183 ===
Source: Descendants of Richard Pack of Maryland : with American Colonial and English records for the Pack surname, compiled by Miriam Young Pack, pg 15
1771, 27 May, Deed from George Pack, farmer to Adam Piper blacksmith for Tarr Hill, 50a on East side of Conogocheige creek for 150 lbs. Catherine Pack, wife of George Consents.

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http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=540&last=&g_p=G10&c ollection=LO Grant
Title Pack, George.
Publication 6 August 1787.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Grants A-Z, 1-124, reels 42-190; Virginia State Land Office. Grants 125- , reels 369-.
Note Location: Montgomery County.
Description: 140 acres on Wolf Creek a branch of New River adjoining Jacob Dooleyís land.
Source: Land Office Grants No. 10, 1787, p. 540 (Reel 76).
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http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=340&last=&g_p=G28&c ollection=LO Grant
Title Pack, George.
Publication 3 June 1793.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Grants A-Z, 1-124, reels 42-190; Virginia State Land Office. Grants 125- , reels 369-.
Note Location: Montgomery County.
Description: 88 acres on Neck Creek adjoining his old survey on the east side.
Source: Land Office Grants No. 28, 1792-1793, p. 340 (Reel 94). 
Pack, George (I075548)
 
75184 ===
Source: Descendants of Richard Pack of Maryland : with American Colonial and English records for the Pack surname, compiled by Miriam Young Pack, pg 15
1771, 27 May, Deed from George Pack, farmer to Adam Piper blacksmith for Tarr Hill, 50a on East side of Conogocheige creek for 150 lbs. Catherine Pack, wife of George Consents.

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http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=540&last=&g_p=G10&c ollection=LO Grant
Title Pack, George.
Publication 6 August 1787.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Grants A-Z, 1-124, reels 42-190; Virginia State Land Office. Grants 125- , reels 369-.
Note Location: Montgomery County.
Description: 140 acres on Wolf Creek a branch of New River adjoining Jacob Dooleyís land.
Source: Land Office Grants No. 10, 1787, p. 540 (Reel 76).
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http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=340&last=&g_p=G28&c ollection=LO Grant
Title Pack, George.
Publication 3 June 1793.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Grants A-Z, 1-124, reels 42-190; Virginia State Land Office. Grants 125- , reels 369-.
Note Location: Montgomery County.
Description: 88 acres on Neck Creek adjoining his old survey on the east side.
Source: Land Office Grants No. 28, 1792-1793, p. 340 (Reel 94). 
Pack, George (I075548)
 
75185 ===
Source: Descendants of Richard Pack of Maryland : with American Colonial and English records for the Pack surname, compiled by Miriam Young Pack, pg 16
1757-1758, Joseph Pack served 5 days in the French & Indian War. 
Pack, Joseph (I075552)
 
75186 ===
Source: Descendants of Richard Pack of Maryland : with American Colonial and English records for the Pack surname, compiled by Miriam Young Pack, pg 16
1757-1758, Joseph Pack served 5 days in the French & Indian War. 
Pack, Joseph (I075552)
 
75187 ===
Source: Descendants of Richard Pack of Maryland : with American Colonial and English records for the Pack surname, compiled by Miriam Young Pack, pg 16
1757-1758, Simon Pack wa a private in Capt A. Beall's Company Oct 7, 1757 - Sept 14, 1758 and was killed in the French & Indian War. 
Pack, Simon (I075554)
 
75188 ===
Source: Descendants of Richard Pack of Maryland : with American Colonial and English records for the Pack surname, compiled by Miriam Young Pack, pg 16
1757-1758, Simon Pack wa a private in Capt A. Beall's Company Oct 7, 1757 - Sept 14, 1758 and was killed in the French & Indian War. 
Pack, Simon (I075554)
 
75189 ===
Source: Descendants of Richard Pack of Maryland : with American Colonial and English records for the Pack surname, compiled by Miriam Young Pack, pg 36

1728 March Court, Prince George's County, Maryland, Richard Peck swore he attended 5 days as evidence for Simon Nicholls, Jr.

1748, Colonial Wars, box 13, Folder 6, Richard Peck listed in George Bealls County, 
Pack, Richard (I075877)
 
75190 ===
Source: Descendants of Richard Pack of Maryland : with American Colonial and English records for the Pack surname, compiled by Miriam Young Pack, pg 36

1728 March Court, Prince George's County, Maryland, Richard Peck swore he attended 5 days as evidence for Simon Nicholls, Jr.

1748, Colonial Wars, box 13, Folder 6, Richard Peck listed in George Bealls County, 
Pack, Richard (I075877)
 
75191 ===
SOURCE: In order book 1683-86, page 55, Rappahannock County, of the date 4th September 1684, "an order is to the effect that WILLIAM COMBS was to be bound to Mr. William Underwood until he reached the age of twenty one years according to an order of the Vestry of Sittingbourne Parish, and assigned to him from Abraham Stepp; the said Underwood to provide for him such necessarys which belongeth to an apprentice." This does not state just the number of years the apprentice is to serve but this youth may have been a HALF BROTHER to the said Underwood since a record dated 7 June 1666 shows that one Archdall Combe conveyed to his son in law (usually meaning step son at this time) William Underwood Junr. 1 black cow calf with fifteen hundred pounds of tobacco and cask. Witnessed by William Moseley and Rich Morley. On the same day the said Archdall Combe did give unto his son in law (step son) three cows, one heifer one calf and fifteen hundred pounds of tobacco to be paid at the next fall of the leaves and if the said William die without issue (William about 17 years old) to revert to the said Archdall Combe who is to have the use of them until the said William Underwood come of age to choose a guardian. Witnessed by William Moseley, Rich Morley
===
(Old Rappa. Deeds &Wills, 1665-1677, Ruth & Sam Sparacio, McClean, Virginia)

Robert {Lisson}SISSON also purchased land from Humphrey BOOTH which BOOTH had acquired from his mother-in-law, Mrs. Margaret (-----) Underwood Upton Lucas and which was adjacent to that of Col. Wm. UNDERWOOD whose widow married next Archdale COMBS. Robert SISSON'S {Lisson} sister, Mary, m (1) Nathaniel POPE, (2) Anthony BRIDGES; (3) Lewis NICHOLAS; and (4) David WYCLIFFE. Her first husband, Nathaniel POPE, was the father of her son, Nathaniel POPE alias BRIDGES, who m Jane BROWN, d/o Original & Jane BROOKS Brown, and whose property was adjacent to that of John COMBS of Richmond VA (s/o Archdale & Mrs. Elizabeth COMBS, the latter the widow of Col. Wm. UNDERWOOD, and thus sister-in-law by marrige to Humphrey BOOTH (See Also Brooks-Brown-Pope-Wroe Families & Underwood &c. Families)
===
Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/richmond/court/misc0000.txt
URL title: Abstracts from Records of Richmond County, Virginia; Wm. Mary Qrtly.; Vol 17, No. 2, 1908
Note:
December 11, 1691 - William Underwood, Jun. conveys land in the freshes of Rappahannock, whereof a moiety of 600 acres was conveyed by Mr. Amory Butler to Mr. William Underwood, Sen., as marrying the sister of Mr. Amory Butler and afterwards conveyed with consent of Mrs. Elizabeth Combs to William Underwood, Jr., John Combs and Wm. Combs.
===
SOURCE: Virginia Genealogies #1, Genealogies of Virginia Families V, R-Z page 613
"July 22, 1663, William Underwood son and heir of William Underwood Senr., late of Rappahannock County in Virginia in this part of America appoint my uncle William Moseley as guardian and attorney for me to care for the estate bequeathed by my father's will. He to send to my uncle Edward Burton Gent. of Kedeminster in county of Worcestor to whom I have entrusted my education the income out of my estates in Virginia. I the said William Underwood am of the age of FOURTEEN and ONE HALF YEARS. 20, July, 1663. Signed William Underwood. (Vol. 1656-64, page 342) 
Moseley, Elizabeth (I022770)
 
75192 ===
source: Johanna C. Fallis jfallis@ix dot netcom.com
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KING GEORGE COUNTY VIRGINIA WILL BOOK A-1;1721-1752 {George Harrison Sanford King}; Pages 177-178
WILL OF SARAH STANTON Virginia King George
In the Name of God Amen. I Sarah Stanton of the Place aforesaid being sick and weak in body but of perfect sound memory thanks be to God for the same, Do make this my Last Will & Testament Disannulling and rejecting all other Wills heretofore by me made and making this my last Will & Testament and no other and what worldly estate it hath pleased God to bestow upon me, I give and bequeath as follows.
Item: I give and bequeath to my lawful son William Scott my two Negro men Harry and Ned, mare, saddle, Tartan Gown and petticoat, all my cattle, hogs, corn, Tobacco, chest, pewter, kettle, pott and Six Pounds Current Money due to me from Henry Fields to him and heirs or assigns forever.
Imprimis: I give and bequeath to my granddaughter Sarah Scott, daughter to the above mentioned William Scott, my feather bed and furniture.
Imps I give and bequeath to my granddaughter Keziah Simmons, daughter to my son Geo: Simmons, my wearing cloths which I commonly wear.
Imps I give and bequeath to my granddaughter Sarah Simmons, daughter to my son Joseph Simmons, my gold ring.
Imps I give and bequeath to my four children George, Joseph, Charles & Sarah Cooke each one One Shilling Sterling.
Imps I give and bequeath to my daughter Anne Mathews my cloak and striped holland gown.
Imps I desire and bequeath my above mentioned son William Scott shall be my whole and sole Executor to settle the above mentioned goods and chattels according to law. In Witness whereof I have set my hand & sealthis Twenty Second day of December Anno Dom: 1744.
Sign'd Sealed & Delivered In the Presence of
James Jones Jno. Lynn

At a Court held for King George County on Friday May 3d 1745.
The Last Will & Testament of Sarah Stanton, Deceased, was presented into Court by William Scott her Executor who made oath there-to and the same was proved by the oath of James Jones and admitted to record.
Cop. Test
Harry Turner Cl: Cur:
Her
Sarah [S] Stanton Mark

[Thomas Stanton, the last husband of the above testatrix, died testate in Orange County in 1741. As he did not mention her in his will they may have been estranged, nevertheless she succeeded in having her dower in his estate assigned to her. At the time of her death she seems to have been living in upper Brunswick Parish which was just across the very narrow Rappahannock River from then Orange County, later Culpeper County. On May 3, 1745 Robert Elliston, James Hord, Peter Hord and Francis Miller, or any three of them, were appointed to appraise the estate of Sarah Stanton, deceased, and this was done by the said Elliston and the two Hords, however, by error the appraisement of the estate of Mary (sic) Stanton was recorded September 6, 1745 in Deed Book #6, page 5. She apparently died near Deep Run, the present dividing line between Stafford County and Fauquier County. James Jones,who witnessed Sarah Stanton's will and was the security on her son's executorial bond, must not be confused with James Jones of Hanover Parish (see pages 126-127). Fiduciary Accounts #3, page 40; Deed Book #2, page 206 and #4, page 169. See Mrs. P.W. Hiden's article on Stanton in Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Volume XV, pages 250-252.]
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Children of Sarah UNK and Thomas STANTON are:

i. Anne STANTON was born 1715, and died 1 DEC 1790 in Amherst Co, Virginia. She married Gerard Banks BEF 1736, son of Gerard Bankes and Elizabeth. He was born ABT 1705 in Stafford County, Virginia, and died FEB 1780 in Amherst County, Virginia.
ii. Thomas STANTON was born 1717 in Stafford County, Virginia. He married Lettice UNK.
iii. Leonard Stanton was born 1719 in Stafford County, Virginia, and died 1741.
iii. Sarah STANTON was born 1722. She married Joseph ROSSON.
iv. Frances STANTON was born 9 NOV 1723, and died 19 JAN 1809 in Madison County, Virginia. She married John DULANEY 1740 in Orange Co, Virginia.
v. Mary STANTON was born 1724. She married Joseph EDDINGS.
vi. William STANTON was born 1726 in VA, and died 1763. He married Diana FIELD 1747, daughter of Henry FIELD and Esther UNK. She was born ABT 1733 in VA, and died AFT 1794 in VA.
vii. Elizabeth STANTON was born 1728.
viii. Jane STANTON was born 1730 Stafford County, Virginia, and died 1802. She married George HUME.
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She may be a sister or daughter of William Robinson and Frances Bloomfield who lived in the same area.

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1735-1743 King George County Deed Book 2 (Antient Press); pp. 206-212 Indenture made 2nd/3rd August 1738 between THOMAS STANTON of Parish St. Marks in County Orange Planter & SARAH his wife of one part and JOHN PIPER Parish of Washington County Westmoreland of other part .. by deeds of lease & release .. for Fifty five pounds current money sold 236 acres on Eastward side of Deep Run issuing out of the North side Rappahannock River about Twelve miles above the Falls thereof in County King George Parish Brunswick .. bounded .. by tract of land granted unto Mr. ANDREW JACKSON ..
Presence Harry Turner, Thomas x Stanton
Robt. Elliston, Richd. Bryan, Sarah x Stanton
Antho. Haynie, George Tankersley,
Geo. Fishpool
At a court held 2nd September 1738 .. Deeds of lease & release recorded .. the said Sarah relinquished her Right of Dower ..
Know all Men .. I THOMAS STANTON .. am bound unto JOHN PIPER .. in sum One hundred & ten pounds current money of Virginia .. 3rd August 1738. Condition .. if keep all covenants .. obligation to be void ..
Presence Harry Turner, Thomas x Stanton
Robt. Elliston, Richd. Bryan,
Antho. Haynie, George Tankersley, Geo. Fishpool
At a court held 2nd September 1738 .. Bond recorded. 
Robinson, Sarah (I028160)
 
75193 ===
source: Johanna C. Fallis jfallis@ix dot netcom.com 
Thomas, Dorothy (I047043)
 
75194 ===
source: Johanna C. Fallis jfallis@ix dot netcom.com 
Thomas, Dorothy (I047043)
 
75195 ===
Source: John K. Gott, Fauquier County Courthouse

WILLIAM DENT, gdn. of Grace Dent, orph. of George Dent, dec'd. 1 March 1803. For: $10,000. Sec: Robert Knox, John Shumate, Jr., Francis Boyle. J.P.:
Samuel Blackwell, Thomas Chilton, R. Rixey, Jos. Chilton

=== Contributed by Linda Reno

George Dent, widower of RTD, married his stepdaughter.

1832: Elizabeth Brown v Admr of George Dent
Index #: 1832-064 Original Case Id: None
County: Fauquier
Scanned Images: Yes (79)

Filed: as early as 1811; Settled: 1832

(Source: Elizabeth Brown v Admr of George Dent, 1832-064, Library of Virginia Archives, Chancery Court Index: Fauquier County, original images from case file, abstracted, transcribed, and submitted by Sue Elfving)

Case Summary:

The plaintiff is Elizabeth Dade BROWN, a daughter of Rose TOWNSEND and Robert KNOX of Charles Co., MD. After Robertís death, Rose married Major George DENT, also of Charles Co. who then, after Rose died, married his step-daughter Elizabeth Dade Knox. George and Elizabeth removed from Maryland to Virginia. George Dent died in 1801 and his widow Elizabeth married Enoch J BROWN who predeceased her. Elizabeth had to amend her Bill several times. She claims her motherís estate from Elizabeth ís father Robert Knox and her brother John Knox were mixed with Dentís estate and she did not receive what she was entitled to have and was requesting an accounting from the administrator of George Dentís estate. She claims George was only entitled to a life share. William DENT, the admr of his fatherís estate tried to prove Elizabeth and his father were never married which was incorrect as their marriage is of record in Charles Co., MD. Many of the questions in the depositions focus on proof or disproof of Elizabeth and Georgeís marriage; however, a copy of their Charles Co., MD marriage license is obtained to disprove the defendantís claim. Benjamin Combs, who was the executor of his grandfather Benjamin PRICHARDíS estate deposes his grandfather rented (1738) a farm in Stafford Co. from Robert Knox. This statement by Benjamin proves the lineage of his mother who is shown in other records to be Mary and appears to be the one who was married a Joseph Combs of Stafford Co. The depositions also document the movement of families from Charles Co., MD into Stafford Co., VA.
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Charles County, Maryland Land Records 1814-1817; Liber IB-11 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 48. At the request of Philip Stuart and William Dent the following Bill of Sale was recorded March 21, 1815
I William D. Harrison in consideration of $1200 current money of the United States of America paid by Philip Stuart and William Dent have sold Negroes; Basil, Jim, Jack, Stephen, Doll and Nancy
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this March 13, 1815, W.D. Harrison in the presence of and acknowledged before William Brawner
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Charles County, Maryland Land Records 1814-1817; Liber IB-11 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 72. At the request of Thomas Jones the following Bill of Sale was recorded May 5, 1815
I William Dent in consideration of $1026 current money of United States paid by Thomas Jones has sold Negroes Jim, Lydia, John, Henny and Judy. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this May 3, 1815, William Dent in the presence of and acknowledged before William Brawner
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Charles County, Maryland Land Records 1814-1817; Liber IB-11 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 88. At the request of Philip Stuart the following Bill of Sale was recorded May 26, 1815
I William Dent in consideration of $600 paid by Philip Stewart has sold Negroes, Basil, Jim, Jack, Stephen, Doll and Nancy which said slaves were conveyed to Philip Stuart and William Dent by William D. Harrison by conveyance dated March 13th last. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this May 5, 1815, William Dent, in the presence of and acknowledged before Samuel Ogden
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Charles County, Maryland Land Records 1814-1817; Liber IB-11 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 90. At the request of Daniel of St. Thomas Jenifer the following Bill of Sale was recorded May 27, 1815
I William Dent in consideration of $321 paid by Daniel of St. Thomas Jenifer administrator of Dr. Daniel Jenifer deceased has sold Negro Frederick (20 yrs.) In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this May 24, 1815, William Dent in the presence of and acknowledged before Samuel Hanson


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Charles County, Maryland Land Records 1814-1817; Liber IB-11 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 101. At the request of Philip Stuart the following Trust Deed was recorded June 14, 1815
Indenture made June 14, 1815; between William Dent of the one part and Philip Stuart of the other part. Witnessed that William Dent in consideration of the trust and confidence in him the said Philip Stuart repose and herein after particularly set forth and also in consideration of $5 current money of the United States has sold in trust for the uses and purposes hereinafter set forth all that tract lying on the West side of Nanjemoy Creek laid out for Nicholas Guither on March 7, 1657 containing 900 acres and called "Friendship" being the same land which William Dent and George Robertson now live and which did belonged to William dent the grandfather of the present grantor and after his death to Warren Dent, the uncle and after his death to George Dent deceased the father of the said William Dent to the said Philip Stuart upon the trusts and conditions expressed, that is to say whereas the said William Dent is indebted to Philip Stewart as assignee of a judgment obtained against the said William Dent by Thomas Clagett and Rebecca Clagett his wife for the use of Horatio Clagett use of Samuel Chapman amounting in the whole to the sum of $2509.96 including costs and interest. And whereas it is the wish and determination of him the said William Dent by and from the property herein before conveyed to provide for the payment of the debt herein mentioned as well as for the perfect and entire indemnification of him the said Philip Stuart, in the 1st place to raise by sale of the same so much money as will be sufficient and the money when raised to apply to the purpose of paying off and discharging all and singular the said debt together with all interest and costs. Signed William Dent in the presence of and acknowledged before William Brawner, Horatio Clagett 
Dent, William (I048037)
 
75196 ===
Source: John K. Gott, Fauquier County Courthouse

WILLIAM DENT, gdn. of Grace Dent, orph. of George Dent, dec'd. 1 March 1803. For: $10,000. Sec: Robert Knox, John Shumate, Jr., Francis Boyle. J.P.:
Samuel Blackwell, Thomas Chilton, R. Rixey, Jos. Chilton

=== Contributed by Linda Reno

George Dent, widower of RTD, married his stepdaughter.

1832: Elizabeth Brown v Admr of George Dent
Index #: 1832-064 Original Case Id: None
County: Fauquier
Scanned Images: Yes (79)

Filed: as early as 1811; Settled: 1832

(Source: Elizabeth Brown v Admr of George Dent, 1832-064, Library of Virginia Archives, Chancery Court Index: Fauquier County, original images from case file, abstracted, transcribed, and submitted by Sue Elfving)

Case Summary:

The plaintiff is Elizabeth Dade BROWN, a daughter of Rose TOWNSEND and Robert KNOX of Charles Co., MD. After Robertís death, Rose married Major George DENT, also of Charles Co. who then, after Rose died, married his step-daughter Elizabeth Dade Knox. George and Elizabeth removed from Maryland to Virginia. George Dent died in 1801 and his widow Elizabeth married Enoch J BROWN who predeceased her. Elizabeth had to amend her Bill several times. She claims her motherís estate from Elizabeth ís father Robert Knox and her brother John Knox were mixed with Dentís estate and she did not receive what she was entitled to have and was requesting an accounting from the administrator of George Dentís estate. She claims George was only entitled to a life share. William DENT, the admr of his fatherís estate tried to prove Elizabeth and his father were never married which was incorrect as their marriage is of record in Charles Co., MD. Many of the questions in the depositions focus on proof or disproof of Elizabeth and Georgeís marriage; however, a copy of their Charles Co., MD marriage license is obtained to disprove the defendantís claim. Benjamin Combs, who was the executor of his grandfather Benjamin PRICHARDíS estate deposes his grandfather rented (1738) a farm in Stafford Co. from Robert Knox. This statement by Benjamin proves the lineage of his mother who is shown in other records to be Mary and appears to be the one who was married a Joseph Combs of Stafford Co. The depositions also document the movement of families from Charles Co., MD into Stafford Co., VA.
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Charles County, Maryland Land Records 1814-1817; Liber IB-11 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 48. At the request of Philip Stuart and William Dent the following Bill of Sale was recorded March 21, 1815
I William D. Harrison in consideration of $1200 current money of the United States of America paid by Philip Stuart and William Dent have sold Negroes; Basil, Jim, Jack, Stephen, Doll and Nancy
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this March 13, 1815, W.D. Harrison in the presence of and acknowledged before William Brawner
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Charles County, Maryland Land Records 1814-1817; Liber IB-11 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 72. At the request of Thomas Jones the following Bill of Sale was recorded May 5, 1815
I William Dent in consideration of $1026 current money of United States paid by Thomas Jones has sold Negroes Jim, Lydia, John, Henny and Judy. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this May 3, 1815, William Dent in the presence of and acknowledged before William Brawner
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Charles County, Maryland Land Records 1814-1817; Liber IB-11 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 88. At the request of Philip Stuart the following Bill of Sale was recorded May 26, 1815
I William Dent in consideration of $600 paid by Philip Stewart has sold Negroes, Basil, Jim, Jack, Stephen, Doll and Nancy which said slaves were conveyed to Philip Stuart and William Dent by William D. Harrison by conveyance dated March 13th last. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this May 5, 1815, William Dent, in the presence of and acknowledged before Samuel Ogden
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Charles County, Maryland Land Records 1814-1817; Liber IB-11 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 90. At the request of Daniel of St. Thomas Jenifer the following Bill of Sale was recorded May 27, 1815
I William Dent in consideration of $321 paid by Daniel of St. Thomas Jenifer administrator of Dr. Daniel Jenifer deceased has sold Negro Frederick (20 yrs.) In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this May 24, 1815, William Dent in the presence of and acknowledged before Samuel Hanson


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Charles County, Maryland Land Records 1814-1817; Liber IB-11 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 101. At the request of Philip Stuart the following Trust Deed was recorded June 14, 1815
Indenture made June 14, 1815; between William Dent of the one part and Philip Stuart of the other part. Witnessed that William Dent in consideration of the trust and confidence in him the said Philip Stuart repose and herein after particularly set forth and also in consideration of $5 current money of the United States has sold in trust for the uses and purposes hereinafter set forth all that tract lying on the West side of Nanjemoy Creek laid out for Nicholas Guither on March 7, 1657 containing 900 acres and called "Friendship" being the same land which William Dent and George Robertson now live and which did belonged to William dent the grandfather of the present grantor and after his death to Warren Dent, the uncle and after his death to George Dent deceased the father of the said William Dent to the said Philip Stuart upon the trusts and conditions expressed, that is to say whereas the said William Dent is indebted to Philip Stewart as assignee of a judgment obtained against the said William Dent by Thomas Clagett and Rebecca Clagett his wife for the use of Horatio Clagett use of Samuel Chapman amounting in the whole to the sum of $2509.96 including costs and interest. And whereas it is the wish and determination of him the said William Dent by and from the property herein before conveyed to provide for the payment of the debt herein mentioned as well as for the perfect and entire indemnification of him the said Philip Stuart, in the 1st place to raise by sale of the same so much money as will be sufficient and the money when raised to apply to the purpose of paying off and discharging all and singular the said debt together with all interest and costs. Signed William Dent in the presence of and acknowledged before William Brawner, Horatio Clagett 
Dent, William (I048037)
 
75197 ===
Source: John K. Gott, Fauquier County Courthouse

WILLIAM DENT, gdn. of Grace Dent, orph. of George Dent, dec'd. 1 March 1803. For: $10,000. Sec: Robert Knox, John Shumate, Jr., Francis Boyle. J.P.:
Samuel Blackwell, Thomas Chilton, R. Rixey, Jos. Chilton
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Charles County, Maryland Land Records 1814-1817; Liber IB-11 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 469. At the request of Thomas Price the following Acknowledgement was recorded December 17, 1816
We agree that commission shall issue to James T. Cross, Enock Jameson, George Kemper and Robert McConchie of Fauquier County, Virginia to take the acknowledgment of Jane Shumate, Jesse G. Scott and Rebecca G. Scott his wife, Burgess Field and Grace H. Field his wife of a deed to be executed by the subscribers to a certain Thomas Price Sr. for a tract lying in Charles County called "Britt's Discovery" containing 97 acres of which we hold three undivided 1/5 parts. Witness our hands and seals this December 6, 1816, Jane Shumate, Jesse G. Scott, Rebecca G. Scott, Burgess Field, Grace H. Field
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Charles County, Maryland Land Records 1814-1817; Liber IB-11 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 496. At the request of Burgess Field and Grace H. Field the following Acknowledgement was recorded December 28, 1816
We agreed that commission shall be issued from Charles County Maryland to Thomas Humphreys, Stanton Slaughter, Joseph Field and Daniel H. Field of Culpeper County, Virginia to take the acknowledgment of Burgess Field and Grace H. Field his wife to a deed to be executed by the subscriber to a certain Peter Horton of Charles County, Maryland for a tract of land called Gilbert sic Guither/Gwither] [containing 50 acres which we hold 1/5th part. Witness our hand and seal this December 28, 1816, Burgess Field, Grace H. Field 
Dent, Grace Harrison (I048036)
 
75198 ===
Source: John K. Gott, Fauquier County Courthouse

WILLIAM DENT, gdn. of Grace Dent, orph. of George Dent, dec'd. 1 March 1803. For: $10,000. Sec: Robert Knox, John Shumate, Jr., Francis Boyle. J.P.:
Samuel Blackwell, Thomas Chilton, R. Rixey, Jos. Chilton
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Charles County, Maryland Land Records 1814-1817; Liber IB-11 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 469. At the request of Thomas Price the following Acknowledgement was recorded December 17, 1816
We agree that commission shall issue to James T. Cross, Enock Jameson, George Kemper and Robert McConchie of Fauquier County, Virginia to take the acknowledgment of Jane Shumate, Jesse G. Scott and Rebecca G. Scott his wife, Burgess Field and Grace H. Field his wife of a deed to be executed by the subscribers to a certain Thomas Price Sr. for a tract lying in Charles County called "Britt's Discovery" containing 97 acres of which we hold three undivided 1/5 parts. Witness our hands and seals this December 6, 1816, Jane Shumate, Jesse G. Scott, Rebecca G. Scott, Burgess Field, Grace H. Field
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Charles County, Maryland Land Records 1814-1817; Liber IB-11 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 496. At the request of Burgess Field and Grace H. Field the following Acknowledgement was recorded December 28, 1816
We agreed that commission shall be issued from Charles County Maryland to Thomas Humphreys, Stanton Slaughter, Joseph Field and Daniel H. Field of Culpeper County, Virginia to take the acknowledgment of Burgess Field and Grace H. Field his wife to a deed to be executed by the subscriber to a certain Peter Horton of Charles County, Maryland for a tract of land called Gilbert sic Guither/Gwither] [containing 50 acres which we hold 1/5th part. Witness our hand and seal this December 28, 1816, Burgess Field, Grace H. Field 
Dent, Grace Harrison (I048036)
 
75199 ===
Source: Rick Thomas: Alexandria, Virginia
From: ricksthomas@msn.com
From: thomasrick@atec.army.mil
http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/b/e/e/Ann-L-Beeler/index.html
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URL: http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~anderson/va/trees/david.html
URL title: Descendants of David Anderson

Notes for George Anderson:

12 Jun 1690. #780. Abraham Beckington complains against George Anderson [Undersheriff] for that said Anderson stands indebted...sum of five bushels of Indian corn and refuseth to pay...court orders the payment of corn or 200 pounds of tobacco. Stafford County, Virginia Order Book, 1689-1690, page 73.

18 May 1693. #407. Capt. Martin Scarlett...took the oath of a Justice of the Peace...and oath of high sheriff...George Anderson did this day come into court and after taking the oaths appointed by act of Parliament with the test did after take the oath of undersheriff for this county and Capt. George Mason became security with him to Capt. Martin Scarlet, high sheriff of this county, for the due performance of his office of undersheriff accordingly. Stafford County, Virginia Order Book 1692-1693, page 350.

Note: Sheriff Scarlett and Under-Sheriff George Anderson together. This could suggest that the John Anderson, with eldest sons of Bailey and Scarlett, was related to George Anderson.

27 Jan 1696/7. George Anderson is a witness to a record by George Hardwick. Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds & Wills No. 2, 1691-1699, pages 88-88a.

14 Mar 1689/90. #647. Ordered that Joseph Newton shall pay unto Charles Baldridge and David Anderson immediately 80 pounds of tobacco per piece for their attendance two days at court in a suit pending between him and Abraham Beckington... Stafford County, Virginia Order Book, 1689-1690, page 31.

12 Jun 1690. #780. Abraham Beckington complains against George Anderson [Undersheriff] for that said Anderson stands indebted...sum of five bushels of Indian corn and refuseth to pay...court orders the payment of corn or 200 pounds of tobacco. Stafford County, Virginia Order Book, 1689-1690, page 73.

Note: This David and George Anderson must be related--notice Abraham Beckington mentioned in both records. Other records suggest same likely relationship.

10 Oct 1700. I do acknowledge I have received tobacco amounting to the value of 950 pounds since the inventory given in belonging to the estate of my husband Joseph Newton.
Signed: Sarah Anderson. Stafford County, Virginia Deed and Will Abstracts, 1699-1709, page 49.

mm note: the signing of Sarah Anderson in this account must be in error, Sarah was a Newton as late as 1698 and a Lee by 1702. The clerk must have made a mistake in the recording.
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1694-1697 Richmond Co VA Orders; Antient Press: (Page 81)
Richmond County Court 9th of August 1695
- Order is granted against the Sheriff to GEORGE ANDERSON as Marrying the Administratrx of CHARLES BALDRIDGE for the non appearance of JOHN JONES according to Declaration
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James Hughes 2005-12-29 12:08:38
Mott Doniphan

Mott Doniphan, Gentleman, (16??-circa 1776) was the second son of Captain Alexander Doniphan (circa 1653-1717) of Richmond County and Margaret Mott, his wife. He married Rosanna Anderson, daughter of Captain George Anderson and Mary Matthews, his wife, of Potomac Creek, Stafford County, and in right of his wife came into possession of a large landed estate in Overwharton Parish. His family has been detailed in Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Volume 26, pages 274-285 and Volume 28, pages 226-238. Mott Doniphan, Gentleman, was the great-great-great-great grandfather of President Harry Ship Truman.

Rosanna (Anderson) Doniphan was the only child of Captain George Anderson, who was sheriff of Stafford County 1709-1710 and a gentleman justice in 1714, and his wife nee Mary Matthews was the daughter of John Matthews, an early inhabitant of the Potomac Creek neighborhood; he received a grant from the Proprietors of the Northern Neck for 2,466 acres on Little Hunting Creek in 1694

13 Apr 1756. ...6,000 acres above the head of Potomac Creek to John Matthews his heirs forever and the said 850 acres was by Matthews sold to Archibald Cooms and heirs...and by said Cooms to David Anderson and his heirs forever and by said Anderson to Magne Barrett... Stafford County, Virginia Deed Book P, pages 98-101.
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STAFFORD COUNTY VA DEED & WILL BOOK 1699 - 1709; THE ANTIENT PRESS pp. 392-393
Whereas JOSEPH WAUGH by demise from BRYANT FOLEY brought an Ejectmt agt JOHN WAUGH for certain lands in the possession of GEORGE ANDERSON & damages is set forth in the decl. whereupon George Anderson being admitted deft came the said Briant Folis and George Anderson agreed & requested that then the tryal of the suit may be reserved to the Judgment of WILLIAM ROBINSON & NATHL. POPE with other articles & clauses whereupon the Court did order the same should be accordingly performed as by the said Order relation being there-unto had .. (they) having considered the Evidences and papers thereunto relating & find the matter of the said cause to be this that one JOHN MATHEWS being seized of several parcels of land in fee had two daughters (to wit) ANNE the late wife of EVAN JONES the Mother of Mary now wife of Briant Folis whom the said Bryant claims the other named Mary late wife of George Anderson by whom the said George hath a daughter named Rosannah but for as much as the said John Mathews did by his deed of gift duly executed give-unto Evan Jones 500 acres of land in Frank marriage with his daughter Ann and died without giving any-thing to his other daughter Mary we are of the opinion and Judgment that according to Equity the said George Anderson in right of his said Daughter have a certain parcel of land he is now possesst of on the South side of Potomack Creek by Estimation 300 acres in recompense of the said 500 acres formerly given to the said Ann & that the remaining part of the land the said John Mathews died seized of to be equally divided between Bryant Foils in right of his wife & George Anderson in right of his daughter & to the End of this Judgment & award may be of so great force to determine all controversies that bath or may arise in relation to the same we return this unto Court to the End the same may be recorded ..
William Robinson
At a Court held by adjournmt ye 12th Nathl. Pope Febry 1707 This award is ordered to be recorded & is recorded.
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STAFFORD COUNTY VA DEED & WILL BOOK 1699 - 1709; THE ANTIENT PRESS pp. 471- 472 In Obedience to an order of the Worshipful Court of Stafford County bearing date 13th day April 1709 we the underwritten did meet at the house of EVAN JONES deced on 26th day of April 1709 & did appraise all & singular the Estate of said Jones as was brought before us .. items listed valued and totalled 4692 .. signed by MARGT. JONES .. appraised by LAWRENCE SUDDITH, JOHN SIMPSON JUNR. .. sworn before G. ANDERSON.
This was Exhibited in County Court of Stafford the 11th day May 1709 as a true & perfect Inventor; of the Estate of Evan Jones deced by oath of MARGARET JONES admx which is ordered to be recorded & is recorded.
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Contributed by: James Hughes

Note:
URL (Click on link) http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=487&last=&g_p=P16&colle ction=LO Patent
Title Anderson, George.
Publication 10 January 1736.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
Note Location: Orange County.
Description: 350 acres in the fork of the Robinson River beginning on Elk Run adjoining Nicholas Ware.
Source: Land Office Patents No. 16, 1735, p. 487 (Reel 14). 
Anderson, George (I029001)
 
75200 ===
Source: Rick Thomas: Alexandria, Virginia
From: ricksthomas@msn.com
From: thomasrick@atec.army.mil
http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/b/e/e/Ann-L-Beeler/index.html
===
URL: http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~anderson/va/trees/david.html
URL title: Descendants of David Anderson

Notes for George Anderson:

12 Jun 1690. #780. Abraham Beckington complains against George Anderson [Undersheriff] for that said Anderson stands indebted...sum of five bushels of Indian corn and refuseth to pay...court orders the payment of corn or 200 pounds of tobacco. Stafford County, Virginia Order Book, 1689-1690, page 73.

18 May 1693. #407. Capt. Martin Scarlett...took the oath of a Justice of the Peace...and oath of high sheriff...George Anderson did this day come into court and after taking the oaths appointed by act of Parliament with the test did after take the oath of undersheriff for this county and Capt. George Mason became security with him to Capt. Martin Scarlet, high sheriff of this county, for the due performance of his office of undersheriff accordingly. Stafford County, Virginia Order Book 1692-1693, page 350.

Note: Sheriff Scarlett and Under-Sheriff George Anderson together. This could suggest that the John Anderson, with eldest sons of Bailey and Scarlett, was related to George Anderson.

27 Jan 1696/7. George Anderson is a witness to a record by George Hardwick. Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds & Wills No. 2, 1691-1699, pages 88-88a.

14 Mar 1689/90. #647. Ordered that Joseph Newton shall pay unto Charles Baldridge and David Anderson immediately 80 pounds of tobacco per piece for their attendance two days at court in a suit pending between him and Abraham Beckington... Stafford County, Virginia Order Book, 1689-1690, page 31.

12 Jun 1690. #780. Abraham Beckington complains against George Anderson [Undersheriff] for that said Anderson stands indebted...sum of five bushels of Indian corn and refuseth to pay...court orders the payment of corn or 200 pounds of tobacco. Stafford County, Virginia Order Book, 1689-1690, page 73.

Note: This David and George Anderson must be related--notice Abraham Beckington mentioned in both records. Other records suggest same likely relationship.

10 Oct 1700. I do acknowledge I have received tobacco amounting to the value of 950 pounds since the inventory given in belonging to the estate of my husband Joseph Newton.
Signed: Sarah Anderson. Stafford County, Virginia Deed and Will Abstracts, 1699-1709, page 49.

mm note: the signing of Sarah Anderson in this account must be in error, Sarah was a Newton as late as 1698 and a Lee by 1702. The clerk must have made a mistake in the recording.
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1694-1697 Richmond Co VA Orders; Antient Press: (Page 81)
Richmond County Court 9th of August 1695
- Order is granted against the Sheriff to GEORGE ANDERSON as Marrying the Administratrx of CHARLES BALDRIDGE for the non appearance of JOHN JONES according to Declaration
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James Hughes 2005-12-29 12:08:38
Mott Doniphan

Mott Doniphan, Gentleman, (16??-circa 1776) was the second son of Captain Alexander Doniphan (circa 1653-1717) of Richmond County and Margaret Mott, his wife. He married Rosanna Anderson, daughter of Captain George Anderson and Mary Matthews, his wife, of Potomac Creek, Stafford County, and in right of his wife came into possession of a large landed estate in Overwharton Parish. His family has been detailed in Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Volume 26, pages 274-285 and Volume 28, pages 226-238. Mott Doniphan, Gentleman, was the great-great-great-great grandfather of President Harry Ship Truman.

Rosanna (Anderson) Doniphan was the only child of Captain George Anderson, who was sheriff of Stafford County 1709-1710 and a gentleman justice in 1714, and his wife nee Mary Matthews was the daughter of John Matthews, an early inhabitant of the Potomac Creek neighborhood; he received a grant from the Proprietors of the Northern Neck for 2,466 acres on Little Hunting Creek in 1694

13 Apr 1756. ...6,000 acres above the head of Potomac Creek to John Matthews his heirs forever and the said 850 acres was by Matthews sold to Archibald Cooms and heirs...and by said Cooms to David Anderson and his heirs forever and by said Anderson to Magne Barrett... Stafford County, Virginia Deed Book P, pages 98-101.
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STAFFORD COUNTY VA DEED & WILL BOOK 1699 - 1709; THE ANTIENT PRESS pp. 392-393
Whereas JOSEPH WAUGH by demise from BRYANT FOLEY brought an Ejectmt agt JOHN WAUGH for certain lands in the possession of GEORGE ANDERSON & damages is set forth in the decl. whereupon George Anderson being admitted deft came the said Briant Folis and George Anderson agreed & requested that then the tryal of the suit may be reserved to the Judgment of WILLIAM ROBINSON & NATHL. POPE with other articles & clauses whereupon the Court did order the same should be accordingly performed as by the said Order relation being there-unto had .. (they) having considered the Evidences and papers thereunto relating & find the matter of the said cause to be this that one JOHN MATHEWS being seized of several parcels of land in fee had two daughters (to wit) ANNE the late wife of EVAN JONES the Mother of Mary now wife of Briant Folis whom the said Bryant claims the other named Mary late wife of George Anderson by whom the said George hath a daughter named Rosannah but for as much as the said John Mathews did by his deed of gift duly executed give-unto Evan Jones 500 acres of land in Frank marriage with his daughter Ann and died without giving any-thing to his other daughter Mary we are of the opinion and Judgment that according to Equity the said George Anderson in right of his said Daughter have a certain parcel of land he is now possesst of on the South side of Potomack Creek by Estimation 300 acres in recompense of the said 500 acres formerly given to the said Ann & that the remaining part of the land the said John Mathews died seized of to be equally divided between Bryant Foils in right of his wife & George Anderson in right of his daughter & to the End of this Judgment & award may be of so great force to determine all controversies that bath or may arise in relation to the same we return this unto Court to the End the same may be recorded ..
William Robinson
At a Court held by adjournmt ye 12th Nathl. Pope Febry 1707 This award is ordered to be recorded & is recorded.
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STAFFORD COUNTY VA DEED & WILL BOOK 1699 - 1709; THE ANTIENT PRESS pp. 471- 472 In Obedience to an order of the Worshipful Court of Stafford County bearing date 13th day April 1709 we the underwritten did meet at the house of EVAN JONES deced on 26th day of April 1709 & did appraise all & singular the Estate of said Jones as was brought before us .. items listed valued and totalled 4692 .. signed by MARGT. JONES .. appraised by LAWRENCE SUDDITH, JOHN SIMPSON JUNR. .. sworn before G. ANDERSON.
This was Exhibited in County Court of Stafford the 11th day May 1709 as a true & perfect Inventor; of the Estate of Evan Jones deced by oath of MARGARET JONES admx which is ordered to be recorded & is recorded.
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Contributed by: James Hughes

Note:
URL (Click on link) http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=487&last=&g_p=P16&colle ction=LO Patent
Title Anderson, George.
Publication 10 January 1736.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
Note Location: Orange County.
Description: 350 acres in the fork of the Robinson River beginning on Elk Run adjoining Nicholas Ware.
Source: Land Office Patents No. 16, 1735, p. 487 (Reel 14). 
Anderson, George (I029001)
 

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