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

Anne Smith

Female 1694 - 1759  (65 years)


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  • Name Anne Smith 
    Born 1694  Calvert County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Female 
    Died 29 Oct 1759  St. Mary's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I004018  Tree1
    Last Modified 17 May 2018 

    Father Walter Smith,   b. 1651, Calvert County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 4 Jun 1711, Calvert County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 60 years) 
    Mother Rachel Hall,   b. 1670, Calvert County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 23 Oct 1730, Calvert County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 60 years) 
    Married 1686  Calvert County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F03176  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 1 Francis Wilkinson,   b. Abt 1694,   d. 6 Apr 1725, Calvert County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 31 years) 
    Married Abt 1718  Calvert County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Susannah Wilkinson,   b. Abt 1718, Calvert County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 9 Aug 1774, St. Johns Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 56 years)
     2. Francis Wilkinson,   b. Abt 1718, Calvert County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 4 Mar 1740/41, Charles County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 23 years)
     3. William Wilkinson,   b. Abt 1720, Calvert County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 24 Apr 1755, Prince George's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 35 years)
     4. Alexander Wilkinson,   b. Bef 1725, Calvert County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 27 Jul 1809, Charles County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 84 years)
     5. Anne Wilkinson,   b. Bef 1726, Calvert County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1775, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 51 years)
    Last Modified 17 May 2018 
    Family ID F03179  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 2 Thomas Truman Greenfield,   b. 1682, Calvert County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 11 Mar 1733/34, Trent Hall, St. Mary's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 52 years) 
    Married 5 Aug 1725  St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 17 May 2018 
    Family ID F01766  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      GREENFIELD, ANN, St. Mary's Co., widdow. 10 Aug 1757; 29 Oct 1759
      To dau. Susanna Addison, mourning ring.
      To grand dau. Ann Wilkinson, dau. of my son Francis Wilkinson, right to tract in Baltimore Co. called "Bareneck" left between my sister Mrs. Elinor Adison and myself in my father's will.
      To son Nathaniel Trueman Greenfield, slaves, Jennie, Betty, Job, Ben, Denboe, Paul, Dick, Sue, Diany, cattle, sheep.
      To son James Truman Greenfield, slaves, George, Jane, Sarah, Mishak, Vos, Joe, Innocent, Sillah.
      To son James Trueman Greenfield, remaining part of estate.
      Son James Truman Greenfield, ex.
      Wit: John wilks, Allen Billingsley, Michael Lyyon. 30. 734
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      Greenfield, Thomas Truman,St. Mary's County, 3rd Feb., 1730; 11th Mch., 1733-4.
      To eld. son Thomas Truman and hrs., 2354 A., "Trent Neck," "Stoke Bardolph," "Arcadia" and "Greenfield's Discovery," provided he conform to this will and his mother's desire touching lands descended to her by the death of her brother Kenhelm Chiseldyne; should sd. son Thomas or any of his hrs. molest, sue for and recover lands descended to his mother to detriment of son Kenhelm or hrs., then sd. son Kenhelm and hrs. shall be vested in a good and sure estate in Fee Tail as expressed to son Thomas of, in and to "Trent Neck" bought of the then Lord Baltimore and also in afsd. tracts. Son Thomas to take no benefit of this will, except what was had from uncle Thomas Truman, esq., i. e., in 1210 A. in "Trent Neck," "The Wedge," "Refuse," "Backland," "Snenton" and "The Inclosure;" sd. son Thomas dying without issue sd. lands to pass to son Kenhelm and hrs., and in default of such hrs. to son Gerard and hrs., and in default of such hrs. to son Walter and hrs., and in default of such hrs. to son Nathaniel and hrs., and in default of such hrs., to son James and hrs., and in default of such hrs. to dau. Mariamne Truman Stoddart and hrs., and in default of such hrs. to dau. Sabina and hrs., and in default of such hrs. to right male hrs. of testator.
      To son Kenhelm Truman Greenfield and hrs., "Trumans Hope," "Scegby," 150 A. bought of mother, "Saint Margaret's Island", and 1/3 of the lands his uncle Kenhelm Cheslldyne died possessed of, and in default of such hrs. to descend as directed in preceding paragraph.
      To wife Anne, lands below the 30 ft. house "Neck Gut" and the head of the branch which falls into it, being where mill stands, one-half use of mill during life, after her decease same to pass to son Thomas and hrs.
      To son Gerard Truman Greenfield and hrs., part of "Retaliation," part of "Addition," "The Barrens" and "Golden Race," Prince George Co.
      To son Walter Truman Greenfield and hrs., "Truman's Chance," whereon Robert Gill dwells, "Fishing Place," given by will of Peter Harris, "The Forks," "Addition" adjoining thereto, 109 A. bought of William Maria Farthing near John Medley's Neck.
      To son Nathaniel Truman Greenfield and hrs., land bought of John Bowles, "Farthing's Disoovery," tract bought of Joshua Heartley and tract bought of Henry Gibbins.
      To son James Truman Greenfield and hrs., land bought of George Kieth and Henry Gibbins whereon Samuel Fowler now dwells, "Lamley," "Keeche's Folly," n. part of "Holbydge Town," w. part of "Penny Farthing," a lot in Seymour town.
      To dau. Mariamne Truman Stoddert and hrs., "Truman's Acquaintance."
      To dau. Sabina Truman Greenfield and hrs., "Wolf's Den," "America Felix."
      To godson Thomas Greenfield Truman and hrs., the w. 100 A. of "Penny Farthing," Charles County, on condition he and they go by the name of Greenfield as testator does by name of Truman.
      To niece Rebecca Jowles and hrs., s. of "Holbydge Town."
      To godson James Greenfield Wood the land his father holds (after his mother's decease) for and during a term of 7 yrs.
      To hrs. of John Craycraft of Prince George's County, rights and interests in "Cross Gutt."
      Testator states that some yrs. ago having agreed to sell to John Adams of Charles Co. a tract known as "Mount Olivet for consideration of 3000 lbs. tob. and 20, of which was paid 5 and 1200 lbs. tob., wills that sd. Adams or his hrs. have the land on same terms, residue of payment to be included in personal estate, if he or they do not accept these terms money paid to be refunded to sd. Adams, and sons James, Nathaniel, Walter, Gerard, Kenhelm and Thomas and daus. Mariamne and Sabina hold sd. land successively.
      To dau. Mariamne Truman Stoddert and hrs., 15,000 lbs. tob. to be paid out of profits of lands, provided books do not show such sum as paid to her or her husband before consummation of will.
      To son Nathaniel Truman Greenfield and hrs., "Cooek's Hope," Charles Co.
      To each of child. (dau. Mariamne excepted), 16,000 lbs. tob. or value thereof. Dau. Sabina to receive portion at age of 16, or day of marriage, sons as they arrive to age of 21 yrs.
      To mother, rents of "Golden Race" during life.
      To brother James, personalty, 2/3s. personal estate to be divided between young. dau. and six sons. Should sons or daus. or their hrs. or descendants marry a Roman Catholls, or themselves embrace that religion, neither they or any of them to have any benefits from this will, and whatever is bequesthed them to revert to next Protestant heir. Disputes arising as to interpretation of this will to be referred to decision of trustees, intention of testator being that lands shall pass from one to another in the same order as herein set down, in case of want of lawful issue, tho' the sd. child. had different mothers.
      Exs.: Wife and sons Thomas and Kenhelm.
      Overseers: Daniel Dulany, Henry Holland Hawkins, Leonard Hollyday, John Stoddert, William Wilkinson, Philip Key, Thomas Gant.
      Test: John Forbes, Tho. Brooke, Thomas Addington, James Hay, Rand Morris, John Burch.
      Codicil 11th Nov., 1733. Bequest of part of "Soegby" to son Kenhelm revoked, and two northernmost 100 A. of sd. tract bequeathed to son Nathaniel in the same manner as other land in former part of will is given.
      To young son James Truman Greenfield and hrs., mortgage of land from brother James and one from Robert Elliott. Wife empowered to cancell debts against such debtors as to her seem fit objects of charity.
      Test: Joshua Nelson, Robert Elliott, Thomas Addington. 20. 892.
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      Col. Thomas Truman Greenfield 20.83 SM 1396.11.9Nov 5 1734
      Appraisers: Randolph Morris, Clement Gardiner.
      Creditors: Philip Key, Thomas Spalding.
      Next of kin: Sablna Truman Greenfield, Thomas Tru. Greenfield.
      Administratrix/Executrix: Mrs. Anne Greenfield.
      ===
      Thomas Truman Greenfield 13.116 A SM 1396.11.9 141.0.9 Jun 6 1735
      The amount of the accounts also included #12271 and 6.8.6 sterling.
      Received from: William Wilkinson, John Biggs, Philip Singer, John Harper, Richard Lyon, Thomas Bromhall, Samuel Fowler, Alexander Scott, William Billingsly, John Pomsey, Jr., Thomas Brooke (Prince George's County), Samuel Fowler, Jr., Elisabeth Smith (spinster), Jane Hodgkins, Henry Biggs, Robert Gill, John Pomsey, John Howall, Susanna Smith, James Grayham, Jeremiah Green, Thomas Croft, John Davis, William Bradford, Giles Hill, James Edwards, James Greenfield, John Murphey, Thomas Addington, Charles Neal, William Shelly, Thomas Williams, Samuel King, James Wood, William Cabbinet, Philip Scriver, Roger Copsey, John Bond, Thomas Bond, Anne Oscon, John Mickle, George Milton, John Carpenter, Anne Wight, George Bowles, Richard Estep, Francis Wilkinson, George Noakes, William Howard, Rand. Morris, Capt. Hicks, George Boyd, John Bryant.
      Payments to: John Seager, Henry Biggs, William Albert, Thomas Spalding, Thomas Mattingly, William Cumming, Samuel Ogle, Esq., Edmund Jennings, Esq., Thomas Addington, Mr. Philip Key, Dr. Hamilton, James Trotter, Lord Baltimore, Elisabeth Smith, Tasker & Dulany, Esq., Thomas Aisquith, John Tippet.
      Legatees: Sab. Greenfield.
      Executrix: Mrs. Anne Greenfield.
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      Col. Thomas Truman Greenfield 15.110 A27.15.2 Aug 23 1736
      The amount of the accounts also included 16.1.9 sterling.
      Received from: Danniell Lamport, John Hanbury, Robert Cruckshank, Charles Rogers, John Adams, administrator of Hugh Arbuthnot, Thomas & Edward Swan, Mrs. Martha Greenfield, Thomas Brooks, William Woodbern, representatives (unnamed) of Counes Parsons, Anne Wright, William White, Robert Gill, George Dixon, Thomas Beach, Joyce Rogers, Robert Harbert, John Forbes, James Greenfield, Randall Morris (administrator of --- Pomroy).
      Payments to: Sabina Truman Greenfield (child).
      Executrix: Mrs. Anne Greenfield.
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      Col. Thomas Truman Greenfield 21.447 A SM 1420.8.7 Sep 24 1745
      A second inventory is cited in the amount of 69.0.0.
      The amount of the accounts also included 135.16.0 in sterling.
      Received from: John Howell, Peter Villet, Thomas Brimall, Samuel Fowler, John Simpson, Connar Parsons, Thomas Croft, Edmund Bowling, William Hook, estate of ---- Perry, Martha Greenfield, John Abell, Jonathon Seal, John Harper, Charles Jarvise, John Davis, Thomas Branson, Henry Bigges, John Batison, Col. Hollyday, Thomas Athorp.
      Payments to: Henry Holland Hawkins, accountant (1/3).
      Payments to (children, their portions): Gerrard Truman Greenfield, Kenelm Truman Greenfield, Thomas Truman Greenfield, Sabina Truman Greenfield, Walter Truman Greenfield (now dead, distributed to his representatives (unnamed)).
      Mentions: S. T. Greenfield, John Forbes.
      Executrix: Mrs. Anne Greenfield (gentlewoman).
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      Francis Wilkinson 7.448 A CA 574.14.5 155.9.0 Jul 11 1726
      Payments to: Richard Smith guardian to William Wilkinson (eldest son), Mrs. Rachell Smith, John Galwith, Dr. John Hamilton, Elisabeth Cole, Walter Smith.
      Executors; Thomas Truman Greenfield and his wife Ann Greenfield.
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      Francis Wilkinson 10.328 A CA 97.2.11 Jun 3 1730
      Received from: Thomas Colmore, Joseph Wilkinson, Ignatius Craycroft, Charles Sewall, John Mitchell.
      Payments to: John Galwith, James Bradly per Robert Bradly, Thomas Colmore, Walter Smith.
      Executors: Thomas Truman Greenfield and his wife Ann Greenfield.
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      Charles County Court Records, November Court 1735 Court, Liber T#2, Page 136.
      Anne Greenfield, Executrix of Thos: Truman Greenfield vs Rando: Morris, Adm'r: Jno Pomeroy. D:t 3877 -- Jud: de bonis Intest: -
      CC. Randolph Morris, late of CC, merchant, administrator of John Pomeroy, late of St. Mary's County, planter, was summoned to answer to Anne Greenfield, executrix of the Will of Thomas Truman Greenfield of a Plea that he render unto her 3877 lbs of leaf tobacco and cask which from her he unjustly detains. Thereupon sd Ann, by P Key, her atty, says that whereas the afd John, on Aug II, 1730, at the County afd, by his certain writing obligatory, granted himself to be held to the sd Thomas Truman Greenfield in his lifetime in the afd sum, to be paid to the sd Thos: Truman when requested. But the afd John Pomeroy, in his lifetime, or the sd Rando:, since his death, the afd sum has not rendered. But the afd Rando:, by Theop:s Swift, his atty, nothing in bar of the action of sd Anne does he say. Ordered that sd Anne do recover against the sd Rando: her debt afd and her damages by occasion of the detention of that debt, to 360 lbs of tobacco.
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      Provincial Court Land Records, 1756-1759
      Volume 702, Page 343

      To all People to whome this present Writing shall come I Ann
      Greenfield of S.t Marys County in the Province of Maryland Send Greeting
      Know Ye that I the said Ann Greenfield Widow as well for & in Consideration
      of the Natural Affection and Love which I have and bear unto
      Nathaniel Parran of Calvert County in the Province aforesaid & my
      Grand daughter Ann Parran wife of the Nath.l Parran as also for divers
      other good Causes and Considerations me at Present Especially moving
      have given and Granted and by thes Presents do give grant and Confirm
      unto the said Nath.l Parran & Ann Parran his wife all my right and
      Title Interest property Claim & Demand of and to a Moiety or half part of
      a Tract of Land lying in Baltimore County called Bear neck the whole
      Tract said to Contain five hundred acres more or less & which said
      Land was given by the last will and Testament of Coll.o Walter Smith
      of Lower Marlbro in Calvert County to be Equally Divided Bettween
      my sister Eleanor Addison & my self & our Heirs refering to the said
      will being had more fully may appear To have and to
      hold the abovesaid Land & premisses with the appurtenances &
      every part and Parcell of a Moiety or half part of the aforesaid
      Tract of Land as the Same may hereafter be Divided unto them
      the said Nathaniel Parran & Ann Parran his wife their
      Heirs and Assigns for Ever And further Know ye that I the said
      Ann Greendfield have put the said Nath.l Parran & Ann
      Parran his wife in Peaceable and Quiet Possession of all and
      Singular the aforesaid Premisses by the Delivery unto them
      at the Ensealing hereof one Coind Peace of Silver Commonly Called
      Six pence fixd on the seal of these Presents

      In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand
      and affixed my seal this fourteenth day of July in the thirty
      first year of the reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Second by
      the Grace of God of Great Britain France and Ireland King
      Defender of the Faith &c.a and in the Year of our Lord God one
      Thousand Seven hundred & fifty Eight
      Signed Sealed & Delivered Ann Greenfield
      in the Presence of
      R Hammett
      Tho.s Greenfield

      S.t Marys County to wit the fourtee^n^th day of July 1758
      Came the above mentioned Ann Greenfield before us two of his
      Lordships Justices of the peace for the County aforesaid and
      Acknowledged the Land premisses above mentioned to be the
      right and Estate of the said Nath.l Parran & Ann Parran his
      wife their heirs and assigns for ever according to the true Intent
      and Purpose of the above deed and true meaning thereof taken &
      Acknowledged the date above
      Before us R Hammett
      Tho.s Greenfield
      S.t Marys County fs I hereby Certifie that M.r Robert Hammett and
      M.r Thomas Greenfield before whom the within Deed was
      Acknowledged at that time were and still are two of his Lordships the
      Right Honble the Lord Proprietarys Justices of the Peace for the County af.d Lawfull
      Authorized & assigned & to Whom due faith & Credit is & ought to be
      Given in Justice Court and thereout

      In Testimony whereof the
      5 1/2 s Publick Seal of S.t Marys County Court
      is hereunto affixed this 13 day of
      October 1758
      Rich.d Ward Key Clk of
      St Marys County Court

      Recorded 16th Dec.r 1758