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

Basil Waring

Male Abt 1683 - 1733  (~ 50 years)


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  • Name Basil Waring 
    Born Abt 1683  Calvert County, Maryland now Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 25 Jul 1733  Prince George's County, Maryland - Inventory Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I011522  Tree1
    Last Modified 21 Jul 2018 

    Father Basil Waring,   b. Abt 1650, Calvert County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 29 Dec 1688, Calvert County, Maryland now Prince George's County, Maryland - probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 38 years) 
    Mother Sarah Marsham,   b. Abt 1665, Calvert County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Between 31 Mar and 29 Jun 1739, Calvert County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married 1680  Calvert County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F02282  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Martha Greenfield,   b. 1687, Calvert County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 6 Jan 1758, Prince George's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 71 years) 
    Married 31 Jan 1708/09  Queen Anne Parish, Prince George's County, Marylan Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Thomas Waring,   b. 20 Oct 1710, Queen Anne Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 30 Apr 1761, Prince George's County, Maryland - Inventory Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 50 years)
     2. James Haddock Waring,   b. 5 May 1713, Queen Anne Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 14 Dec 1747, Prince George's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 34 years)
     3. Basil Waring,   b. Abt 1715, Queen Anne Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 16 May 1776, Prince George's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 61 years)
     4. Francis Waring,   b. Abt 1716, Queen Anne Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 7 Feb 1769, Prince George's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 53 years)
     5. Martha Waring,   b. Abt 1717, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1748, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 32 years)
     6. Sarah Haddock Waring,   b. 11 Apr 1721, Queen Anne Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location
     7. Samuel Waring,   b. 11 Mar 1722/23, Queen Anne Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 23 May 1746, Prince George's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 23 years)
    Last Modified 21 Jul 2018 
    Family ID F06276  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • ===
      Basill Waring 17,363 PG 684.7.7 Jul 25 1733 Aug 30 1733
      Appraisers: John Magruder, Edward Sprigg,
      Creditors: Sarah Haddock, Richard Keene.
      Next of kin; Sarah Haddock, Richard Marsham Waring.
      Administrators/Executors: Mrs. Martha Waring, Thomas Waring.
      ===
      Mr. Bazill Waring 12.637 A PG 684.7,7 422.4.10 Sep 30 1734
      Payments to: Henry Massey on bill payable to Charles Drury, Richard Keen on bill payable to Benjamin Tasker, Esq., William Mordock on bill payable to John Mordock, Samuel Murick, Nehemiah Ogdon, George Scott, Richard Ransom, Benjamin Tasker, Esq., William Offutt, James Willson, John Talbutt, Sr., Richard Keen, Charles Calvert, Esq., Edmond Jenings, Esq., Richard Bennett, Elisabeth Wilson, Daniel Lamport (merchant in London), Arnold Livers, Dr. James Boswell, Andrew Haggard.
      Heirs (under age); Francis Warring, Marth Waring, Basil Waring, Sarah Waring, Samuel Waring.
      Administrators: Mrs. Martha Waring (also Martha Warring), Thomas Waring (also Thomas Warring).
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      Basil Waring 15.330 A PG 29.2.6 Jun 23 1737
      Received from: administrator of George Ray, Richard Gutteridge, John Magruder, Anne Gittings, Osborn Sprigg,
      Payments to: executor of Marsham Waring, Lingan Wilson, Thomas Hanna, Turnor Wootton, Edward Lloyd, John Murdock.
      Administrators: Martha Waring, Thomas Waring.
      ===
      Marsham Waring 18.46 A PG 6.8.8 Sep 26 1741
      Received from: Dr. Patrick Sim.
      Payments to: Daniel Dulany, Esq,, Thomas Waring (administrator of Basil Waring),
      Executor: Richard Marsham Waring.
      ===
      Andrew Hambleton 3.150 A PG 138.8.1 233.6.11 Nov 21 1720
      Received from: Col. James Haddock, John Hunt.
      Payments to: James Stoddart, Esq., David Barnes, Basil Warring, James Stoddart, Esq., Thomas Bordley, Esq., Patrick Hepburn.
      Administrator: Thomas Addison, Esq.
      ===
      George Ransom 2,367 A PG 68.10.2 55.10.11 Nov 9 1719
      Payments to: William Ransom paid to Basill Warring, Edmond Major, Anne Dorsett, William Bladen, Esq., Patrick Hepburn, Mr, Phil. Smith paid to John Owen, Evan Jones,
      Legatees: Sarah Taneyhill and her son (unnamed).
      Executor: William Harris (executor of William Ranson (executor of deceased)).
      ===
      Greenfield, Thomas, planter, Prince George's County, 1701 Aug., 1715; 7th Nov., 1715.
      To dau. Jone Greenfield and hrs., residue of "'Archer's Pasture" a portion of same having already been given to son-in-law Gabriel Parker and his wife and their hrs.; also, tract "Pheasant Tree" adjoining same, 73 A. adjoining thereto (as per deed of conveyance from son Thomas Truman (Greenfield) to self, her mother to have benefit of last named tract during life), and 100 A., part of "Retalliation" running from the cabin branch to boundary of tract given son-in-law :Basil Waring (for further metes and bounds see will); also, bequest of personalty at 21 yrs.
      To son James and hrs., 52 A., "Pheasant Hills" adjoining tract where he lives, and Salt Store house in Nottingham Town.
      To Townsman John Brent and hrs., 50 A.,, part of "Juxta Stadium Aureolum"
      To Benjamin Gale, son of kinsman Jno. Gale, decsd., and his hrs., part of last named tract; lacking hrs., to pass to the poor of Gedling, nr. Nottingham; he to be under guardianship of Richard Groon.
      To William Olliver, of whom testator was formerly guardian, 50 A. adjoining land of Benja, Gale,
      To dau. Jone afsd., and hrs., residue of "Juxta Stadium Aureolum."
      To wife Martha, dwelling plantation during life, and absolutely plantation and land, 200 A., "Golden Race"; also, house and lot in "Mills Town." where tenant Evan Jones lives, and, as well, certain lease recorded from Wm. Mills.
      To son Thos. Truman Greenfield and hrs., ("Stokebardolph," in St. Marys County, and jointly with his young. brother Micaja.h Greenfield, 1/3 of 500 A., "Truman's Acquaintance" in Gunpowder Neck, to be held under guardianship of John Hall, of Balto. County, during minority of sd. 2 sons.
      To son-in-law John Wight and Ann, his wife,, part of "Anchovis Hills." it being a lease bought of Nath'll Magrader.
      To daus. Martha Waring and Eliza: Parker, personalty, including certain stock on plantation " Gledling Pt., " where she lives,
      To niece Mrs. Margery Covington and daus.-in-law ------, personalty. Also, to kinsman James Hollyday, when of age, personal estate in lieu of some belonging to estate of his deceased father., -----Mention made also of cous. Leonard (Holladay).
      To son Truman, at decease of wife and male hrs., dwelling plantation " Billingsley's Pointy" and ""Trent Neck"; lacking such hrs., to pass to son James and male hrs., and in succession to son Thos, Truman and male hrs. They dying without such hrs., to the poor of native town Gedling, in Grt. Brittain.
      Exs. Sons Thos., Truman and James afsd. In event of death of James, son Truman to take his place. Exs. empowered to sell 200 A., part of " Billingsley's Point," in fork of Patuxent, bought of Barnaby Kearne, of James R., Virginia.; "'Pascuum," lying next "'Anchovies Hills," and '"Nutwell's Adventure,," west of his lordship's manor in Chas. County, where Edward Thomas lives; 1/3 of land., ---- in Cecil County, bought from Nicholas Sproul by self, Chas. Car roll and Joshua Cecil; also, to sell part of "Taylor's Coast"' (for metes and bounds of land see will),, and to sell 80 A., adjoining Anne Guin's land., bounding on
      "Bullington, for benefit of estate.
      Test: Joseph Perry, Nicholas Davis, Jr., Wm. Badger. 14.89.
      ===
      Prise, Edward, planter, Prince George's County, 29th Apr., 1717;
      18th May, 1717.
      To Basil Worinall., 100 A. "Litchfield in Chas. County, on S. side of Wheeler"s Branch and adjoining "Planter's Delight. "
      To Joseph Nuton, personalty now in possession of Wm. Mattingly and Nicholas Dawson.
      To Andrew Hamilton and James Stodert, personalty.
      To Charles Beall, if testators wife should die, personalty.
      Test: David Patton, James Juers, Chs. Beall,, Mark Worinall. 14, 322.
      Note-Test. Proceedings mention Basil Warring as admr. on this estate.
      ===
      Waring, Basill, Calvert County, 8th Dec., 1688; 29th Dec, 1688.
      To wife Sarah, 13 of entire estate,
      To sons Samson, Marsham and Basill, residue of estate in equal parts.
      Wife afsd. joint ex. together with father Richard Marsham and father John Hance; Richard Marsham in behalf of Marsham and Basil Waring afsd., and father John Hance in behalf of son Samson.
      Test: Thos. Greenfield, Mary Bevan, Martha Greenfield. 6. 66.6.
      ===
      Bazill Warin 13B,45 I CA 20.16.8 Aug 1 1689
      The amount of the inventory also included #9125.
      Servants mentioned: John Dunkin, Richard Edwards.
      Appraisers: Thomas Greenfeild, Thomas Gantt.
      List of debts: John Smith, Thomas Gantt, William Parker, Robert Cobertwight, Edward Batson, John Mastion, John Loftis, Sarah Kenal, Charles Harington, James Cranford, James Emerson, Daniel Benson, John Sunderland, Roger Evans, George Bussey, John Badcock, Benjamin Rill, Elisabeth Freeman, John Jinkins, John Bennit, Paule Huggins, ------ Jinkins, Nathaniell Cranford, David Morgan, William Head, John Masson, William Nickels, Hezekia Bussey, George Parker, Francis Hutchins, Adam Kirsted, James Taylor, Robert Spikernall, Thomas Pattison, William Juston, William Parker, Thomas Padgetto Richard Marrr Richard Freeman, James Brinkwales, Richard Fido, Cornelius Neville Richard Watkins, ------ Akein, William Wamsy, Robert Freeland, Francis Bilinglay, John Dodson, William Martin, Abraham Clark, ------ Gilburn, John Kear Nathan Daw, John Wilimot, George Blakster, John Hunt, Edward Norcraft, Thomas Hinton, Henry Biny, Mathew Bennitt, Richard Mekins, Antony Demondider, Col. Henry Darnall, Thomas Brooke, Roger Brooke, Paule Bertrand, Robert Brasshears, Michael Taney, Ignatius Craycraft, James Miny, Baker Brook, Jonathon Simmons, -----Spadergrass, Murphey Ward, Charles Baden, John Watts, Fran. Leaft, William Barton, John Thuter (?).
      Mentions: Marsham Warren (son), Basell Warren (son).
      Executors: Richard Marsham, John Hance.
      ===
      Thomas Fletchall 1.2 A PG 61.7.8 95.12.7 [1717]
      Payments to: His Excellency John Hart, Esq., William Bladen, Esq., Philemon
      Lloyd, Esq., Dr. Patrick Hepburn, Mr. Robert Hall, Paul Bradford, Robert
      Cooke, George Wilson, Capt. James Haddock, Elisabeth Galemore, John Cannaday per Mr. Bazill Waring, William Renshaw, Dr, Hepburn.
      Executrix: Anne Renshaw, wife of William Renshaw,
      ===
      Barton, William, Prince George's County, 19th Apr., 1703; 6th Nov., 1705.
      To wife Sarah, extx., dwelling plantation and part of "The Exchange" adjoining sd. plantation, also use of
      "Perrywood" during minority of dau. Katharine, and testator's part of "The Exchange."
      to dau. Katharine, land as afsd., at majority.
      to dau. Sarah and hrs., lands in possession of father, Wm. Barton, adjoining Zachiah Swamp, also 100 A., "The Addition." also 300 A. on N. side Swanson's, alias Fradsham's Creeke, formerly part of Hugh Stanley's land.
      to Thomas Gant and hrs., 100 A., part of "Barton's Hope.
      to dau. Sarah afsd., residue of 11 4 Barton's Hope"
      to son-in-law Bazil Waring, 300 A., part of " Hadlow in Chas. Co.; to revert to wife Sarah should he die during minority or without issue.
      to son-in-law Marsham Waring, to cousin Elizabeth Smoote, and to John Warren, personalty.
      to wife Sarah and child, afsd., residue of personal estate. Child. to be brought up in Church of England.
      (By codicil dated 19th April) 1703, testator devises to John Nathan Smoote and his brother William,, 400 A., "Barton's Hazard" on N. side Zachiah Swamp., provided they make over to their brothers Thomas and Charles Smoote, 400 A., bequeathed them by their father Thomas Smoote; otherwise sd. "Barton's Hazard" to go to daus, Katharine and Sarah afsd.
      Also devises certain personalty to sister Margaret Hungerford.
      Trustees, in event of death of wife during minority of child., Thos. Brooke, Thos. Greenfield, John Wight, Col. Walter Smith, Samuel Queen and Thos. Smoote.
      Test: Thos. Greenfield, Benjamin Berry, Jno. Warren. 3.643
      ===
      Marsham, Richard, Prince George's County, 14th Apr., 1713; 7th May,, 1713.
      To grandson Basil Waring, personalty and 2 tracts, viz., 335
      ===
      Francis King 9.124 A PG 566,18.3 45.19.3 Sep 30 1727
      A second inventory is cited in the amount of 9101.1,10,
      Payments to: Francis Gray, Mr, Vachel Denton, Mr. Basill Waring, Mr. James Beall, Mr. James Haddock, Mr, William Mauduit, Dr. Richard Pile, Mr. John Higgens, Mr. Marsham Waring, Mr. George Buchanan, Mr. Morean Devall.
      Heirs: 2 boys (unnamed), 2 girls (unnamed).
      Executrix; Mrs. Margrett King.
      ===
      Robert Pain 12,265 PG 25.17.5 Jul 20 1727 Aug 23 1727
      Appraisers: William Rainshaw (also William Renshaw), Thomas Evans.
      creditors: Basell Waring, Robert Tyler.
      Next of kin: John Smoote, John Coller.
      Administratrix/Executrix: Anne Pain.
      ===
      Charles Collier 37B.103 I 7.3.10 Nov 23 1717
      Appraisers: Phil. Gittings, Basil Waring.
      ===
      Charles Collier 38A.29 I 19.8.2 May 16 1716 Jan 26 1716
      Appraisers: Basil Waring, Phill. Gitting.
      Creditors: James Beall,
      Next of kin: Robert Paine, Anne Paine.
      ===
      Haddock, James, gent, Prince George's County, 16th Sept., 1726; 2nd May, 1731.
      To nephew John Gibson and hrs., 1/2 of "Weston," lying on Collington, now in poss. of John Green, after decease of wife Sarah; and personalty.
      To grandson James Haddock Waring and hrs., other half afsd. tract.
      To son Marsham Waring, Basil Waring, John Murdock and Samuel Perrie, and to each of their wives, one mourning ring; also to godson James Wilson, Coll. Thomas Addison and to each of his 2 sons Thomas and Henry Addison a mourning ring.
      To 3 sisters Elizabeth Gibson, Sarah Newland and Mary Reynolds, 20s. each.
      To wife Sarah, extx., and hrs., lot and house in Marlborough Town bou. from John Middleton, also use of "Weston" during life; residue of estate absolutely,
      Test: Winnefred Simmons, Henry Keene, Edward Owen, John Barton. 20,197,
      ===
      Maj. Josiah Wilson 1.222 PG 1178.15.l Jul 24 1718
      Servants mentioned: Walter Thompson and John Hafty (Just free), George Noble Smith, Robert Maxwell, Oziah Bonnett,
      Appraisers: Thomas Clagett, Basil Waring,
      Approvers: Thomas Wilson, John Piles.
      Mentions: Henry French's Quarter, John Hooper's Quarter.
      ===
      James Shaw 3.7 A PG 45.10.6 30.17.10 May 12 1720
      A second inventory is cited in the amount of 37.3.9.
      Received from: Mr. Jonathon Scarth.
      Payments to: Pattrick Hepburn, James Slack, Simon Nickles, Edmond Purcell Thomas Griffin, James Perry, Basil Waring, William Bladen, Esq., Thomas Bordley, Esq,, Patrick Hepburn, Joseph Newton, Mr. Christopher Thompson.
      Executrix: Margret Shaw.
      ==
      John Cade 8.388 A PG 172.13.10 52.13.11 Oct 17 1727
      Received from: John Davy, Mr. Basil Waring.
      Payments to: Charles Digges, Anne Beckwith, Weldon Jefferson, John Quaram, Edward Birch, Henry Franch, John Cartwright, Randall Morris for John Falconer, Thomas
      Brooke & William Holland & Thomas Addison, Esq., John Abbington, John Anderson. Administratrix: Mrs. Elisabeth Cade.
      ===
      Francis King 9,102 A PG 28.3.4 Nov 7 1728
      Received from: Mr. Basil Waring.
      Payments to: Margery Sprigg (adminlstratrix of Thomas Sprigg).
      Administratrixt Mrs. Margret King (widow, relict).
      ===
      Maj. Josiah Wilson 5.366 A PG 1036.16.5 594.16.5 Mar 25 1724
      Payments to: Charles Carroll, Esq., Caleb Norris, Anne Livers, Edmond Hennebury paid to Clement Hill, Abraham Down, Patrick Andrew, John Docwra (administrator of James Robinson), John Docwra, Benjamin Allen, William Fisher, Ralph Somerfeild, Samuell Smith, John Orme, Maj. Thomas Sprigg on account of Gabriell Burnham, Edward Mobberly, Bazill Warren.
      Legatees: James Wilson (son), Lingan Wilson (son), accountant.
      Executor: Josiah Wilson.
      ==
      Andrew Hambleton 3.150 A PG 138.8.1 233.6.11 Nov 21 1720
      Received from: Col. James Haddock, John Hunt.
      Payments to: James Stoddart, Esq., David Barnes, Basil Warring, James Stoddart, Esq., Thomas Bordley, Esq., Patrick Hepburn.
      Administrator: Thomas Addison, Esq
      ===
      Col. Thomas Greenfield 3.231 A 84.14.0 Oct 22 1720
      Received from: Jacob Brown, Pern, White, Joseph Johnson, Capt. Hyde belonging to estate of Col. Hollyday & made use of by Col. Greenfield.
      Payments to: Maj. Willson, Mr. Daniell for rent to James Hollyday per -----Darnall, Capt. Ingram, Richard Pitt, Mr. Haddock, Mr. Stoddert.
      Legatees: Mrs. Martha Greenfield for leyacy from Col. Hollyday, Truman Greenfield, Lennard Hollyday per Basil Warring.
      Mentions: orphans (unnamed, at age).
      Executors: Thomas Truman Greenfield, James Greenfield.
      ===
      Francis King (gentleman) 9,41 A PG 24,18.5 Aug 13 1728
      Payments to: Basil Warring, Mr. George Buchanan, John Beall, Sr, (executor of James Beall), Alexander Contee, Mr. Edmund Jennings for fee at suit against George Buchanan (adminlstratrix of Thomas Sprigg), Thomas Calvert, Esq., estate of Mrs. Elisabeth Levett, Mr, David Crauford, Walter Thompson, Mrs. Anne Beckwith.
      Administratrix: Mrs. Margaret King (widow, relict).
      ===
      Col. William Barton 34.109 A PG 1479,12.1 2010.19,8 Apr 9 1713
      Received from: Thomas Brooke, Esq., James Kingsbury, Mr. Thomas Sprigg, Col. Ninian Beall, Samuell Taylor, John Cole, Capt, Emms per Capt. Hide, Col. Thomas Greenfield, Thomas Smith, John Niokell, John Dorsett, Richard Weaver, Francis Sandobury, John Summers, Jos. Towgood, Hugh Ryley, Humphry Ward, Thomas Palmer, Dr. Richard Pile, Robert Brooke, John Lashley, Simon Nichalls, William Ludwell, Gilbert Marsh, Thomas Blanford, Theophilus Bushop, Richard Lancaster, Benjamin Wheeler, Nicholas Davis.
      Payments to: James Stoddert on account of John Hunt, James Stoddert on account of William Hutchison, Dr, Hepburn, Col. Seymour, Capt. Keysar & Wharton, Capt. John Hyde, Marmaduke Scott, Robert Brooke, Mr. John Hunt, Luke Gardh, Capt, Richard Smith, Mary Boyd, George Harriss, Mr. Robert Owen, Mr, John Bradford, Thomas Markin, Mrs, Wright, Mr. Charles Carroll, William Wilkinson, Jane Crofts, Abram Clarke, Vestry of Queen Anne Parish, Griffeth Jones. William Tallard, Mrs, Mason, Joseph Dewell, John Beall, Joseph Perry, Frances Durham, Marsham Warring, Thomas Beall, William Taylor per Portobacco Vestry, Michaell Martin, John Vaudrey, Mr. James Heath, administrator of John Gandy, Henry Buttelor, Col. Thomas Greenfield.
      Legatees: wife (unnamed) of Capt, John Murdock, Basill Warring, wife (unnamed) of William Howard.
      Mentions: Henry Thickpenny (orphan), William Forrest (orphan), Lucy Forrest (orphan), Mr. Murdock,
      Executrix: Sarah Haddock, wife of Mr. James Haddock,
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Land Records, Liber D#2, Page 32
      5 Feb 1712; Recorded at request of James Haddock, late of Prince George's Co. and Sarah his wife and Bazil Waring of the same county:
      Quit Claim from William Barton, Gent.; 17 Jun 1663 Cecilius, late Lord Baron of Baltimore granted my father, William Barton, dec'd, a parcel called HEDLOW of 500 acres; [details and dates of patents]; by his will bequeathed to Sarah his widow, now wife of James Haddock; for 5s; /s/ Wm. Barton, Sr.; wit. E. Howard
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1710-1717 - Liber F -folio 455: Deed of Gift
      From: Thomas Greenfield of Prince George's County, Gent1.
      To: My children Basal and Martha Waring of Prince George's County
      For natural and paternal affection a tract of land being part of Masonscon and Addition in Prince George's County; bounded by the main branch of Deep Creek, land called The Exchange and land of Thomas Truman Greenfield; containing 246 acres
      Signed: Thomas Greenfield (seal)
      Witnessed: Frederick Cladius, Josiah Wilson
      Memo: 12 Feb 1714/15 Thomas Greenfield acknowledged deed
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1717-1726 - Liber I - folio 14 o Indenture, 3 Sep 1720; enrolled 6 Oct 1720
      From: Ninian Magruder, merchant of Prince George's County To: Basil Waring, Gentleman of Prince George's County
      For 16 a Tract of land called Beall's Gift, formerly in Calvert County, now in Prince George's County on the west side of the Patuxent in the freshes; containing 42 acres /s/ Ninian Magruder (seal)
      Wit Jos. Belt, Thos, Spring, Thos. Clagtett, Jr Haddock Acknowledged by Elizabeth Magruder, wife of Ninian
      ===
      Charles County, Maryland Liber L#2, Page 139.
      At the request of Archibald Johnson, the following deed was recorded May 8, 1724.
      Mar 25, 1724 from Basil Warring of Prince Georges County, gent, to Archibald Johnson of CC, planter, for 600 lbs of tobacco and for divers other good causes, all that tract of land called Litchfield, lying in CC upon the south side of Wheelers Branch & joining with a piece of land called Planters Delight. Signed - Basil Waring. Wit - James Stoddert*, Thos Brooke Jr.
      ===
      Charles County Land Records, Liber M#2 Page 300. At the request of Robert Mahony of CC, the following deed was recorded Aug 12, 1732.
      Jun 28, 1732 from Basil Warring of Prince Georges County, Gent, devisee of Wm Barton, late of sd county, Gent, decd, to Robert Mahony of CC, planter. Sd William Barton, by his will, devised unto the sd Basil 300 acres, part of his tract of land called Hadlow, lying in CC, bounded by the main swamp of Piles Fresh. Now this deed witnesses that sd Basil, for 16,000 lbs of tobacco, conveys the sd 300 acres. Signed - Basil Waring. Wit - George Noble, Jos: Chew.
      Prince Georges County. Jun 29, 1732. Then came before us, 2 JPs for Prince Georges County, and acknowledged the above deed. Martha, the wife of the sd Basil, declared that she acknowledged the same deed willingly. Signed - George Noble, Jos: Chew. A Contee, Clk Cornt _, certified that sd George Noble & Joseph Chew, Gent, were and are 2 JPs for the county afd.
      ===
      Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland
      Liber T, Page 320
      Recorded at request of Thomas Waring, 27 Sep 1735:
      4 Sep 1735; Indenture between Jonathan Wadham, planter, and Thomas Waring, planter; for 10; a parcel called Reparation; formerly purchased by Thomas Sprigg from Philip Gittings; then conveyed to Jonathan Wadham; bounded by a beach and the road from Wright's (late Brooke's) Quarter to Basil Waring's dwelling house; containing 35 acres; /s/ Jonathan Waddams; wit. John Beall, Jos. Chew; ack. Jonathan Wadham
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1739-1743 - Liber Y - Page 119.
      Nov 29, 1739 from Thomas Brooke of PG, Gent, to Basil Waring of PG, Gent, for 11 sterling, part of a tract of land called Harts Delight, bounded by a tract of land sold by Thos Brooke to Marsham Waring called Harts Delight, then to a tract of land sold by Thos Brooke to Henry Wright, containing about 11 acres of land. Signed - Thos Brooke. Wit - Pet Dent*, Joseph Chapline*. Lucy Brooke, wife of the sd
      Thomas Brooke, gave up her right to the afd land to afd Basil Waring. Recorded Dec 8, 1739.
      ===
      1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 314-85: LITCHFIELD: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Lynes, Philip: Surveyed 22 April 1680 for John Price at a bound poplar by a branch and in the Exterior bounds of Major John Wheelers land called PLANTERS DELIGHT: Other Tracts Mentioned: PLANTERS DELIGHT; JOHNSON; ; Conveyance notes - 100 Acres - Archibald Johnson from Basil Waring; 25 March 1724, Included in resurvey of JOHNSON, 21 Feb 1740,,
      ===
      Fish Pond, 65 Acres; Certificate
      Developer/Owner: Warring, Basil 1725 Patent Record IL A, p. 531 0 0 MSA S 1596-1660
      Fish Pond, 65 Acres; Patent
      Developer/Owner: Warring, Basil 1725 Patent Record PL 6, p. 293 0 0 MSA S 1596-1661