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

Andrew Abbington

Male Abt 1720 - Aft 1758  (~ 39 years)


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  • Name Andrew Abbington 
    Born Abt 1720  King George's Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died Aft 1758  Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I016639  Tree1
    Last Modified 28 Jun 2017 

    Father John Abbington,   b. Bef 1689, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 15 Jun 1739, Prince George's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 50 years) 
    Mother Mary Hutchison,   b. 1700, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1755, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 56 years) 
    Married 20 Oct 1715  King George's Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F02533  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      Abbington, John, Prince George's County, 8th Dec., 1738; 15th June, 1739.
      To dau. Sarah and hrs., 307 A. "Huntington," bou. of Mr. Dulany, also certain personalty on sd. plantation.
      To son Bowles and hrs., real estate riot otherwise bequeathed.
      To son John and hrs., 800 A. of "St. Richard's Mannor," St. Mary's County, "Vineyard" and "Addition to Vineyard," also "White Haven."
      To son Andrew and hrs., testator's share of "Wetwork" and "Friendship."
      Extx. wife Mary. Testator directs that a debt of 59 due to hrs. of late Tobias Bowles, of London, also 50 due to hrs. of George Noble be paid. The latter being the moyety of the purchase money of "Spring Garden," and "The Addition to Spring Garden," sold to Mr. Dulony for 100, one-half of which due to sd. hrs., the land being taken up in partnership with Mr. Noble. Also 1/2 of a tract called "Wetwork," taken up in partnership with the said Noble.
      Test: John Hawkins, Sr., Thomas Dawson, John Dawson. MCW 22.64.
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      Mr. John Needham 59.228 FR L790.0.4 Jul 2 1755
      Appraisers: Henry Wright Crabb, Alexander Beall.
      Creditors: Ignatius Digges, Andrew Heugh.
      Next of kin: John Abington , Andrew Abington.
      Administratrix: Sarah Needham
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      James Hughes 2006-06-11 20:01:10
      Provincial Court Land Records, 1756-1759 Volume 702, Page 197

      Ex.d This Indenture made the Fourteenth day of January in the year of our Lord One thousand Seven hundred and fifty eight between Andrew Abbington of Prince Georges County in the Province of Maryland Gentleman on the One part and James Marshall of the County and Province aforesaid Merchant of the other part Witnesseth that the said Andrew Abbington for and in consideration of the Sum of Four hundred and twenty pounds Current Money of Maryland to him and in hand paid by the Said James Marshall before the (enseling) Ensealing and Delivery of these Presents the receipt whereof he doth Hereby Acknowledge and himself to be therewith fully Contented paid and Satisfied and him the said James Marshall thereof doth wholely and Absolutely Acquit Exonerate and discharge Hath given granted Bargained Sold Aliened Enfeofft and Confirmed and by these Presents doth Give Grant Bargain Sell Alien Enfeoff & Confirm unto him the Said James Marshall all that part or Parcell of Land being part of a Tract or Parcel of Land Called and known by the name of Wett Work Scituate Lying and being in the County of Frederick and Province aforesaid Beginning at a Large bounded Beach Tree standing on the East side of Monnocasy River the said Tree being marked on the East and West Sides of it with four notches on each Side and bearing South fifty degrees East from the mouth of a fresh Rope Runn or Creek called by Some people Ballingers others Rocky Creek & running from the said Beach North Sixty Nine Degrees East twenty perches then north Seventy one degrees East forty four perches then north Eighty five degrees East one hundred and six perches then North Sixty two degrees East ninty two perches then North Eighty five degrees East thirty four perches then North Sixty four degrees East ninty two perches then North thirty five degrees East One hundred perches then South Sixty nine degrees East seventy four Perches then South Twenty Seven degrees West Eighty perches then South forty eight Degrees perches West one hundred and Twelve perches then South Sixteen degrees East thirty four perches then South Forty Six degrees West Seventy perches then South thirty one degrees West one hundred & twenty nine perches then South Thirty two perches (then) then South forty eight degrees West one hundred and fifty four perches then South Fifteen degrees West with the Course of the Original Grant for seventy four perches then north Sixty degrees West One hundred and Twenty perches till it Intersect the twenty ninth line mentioned in the Said Original Grant then North thirty degrees East Two hundred and fifty five perches then North by west twenty perches then South thirty eight degrees West forty four perches then South fifty degrees West one hundred and Sixteen perches then South Twenty Seven degrees West thirty perches then South three degrees East thirty two perches then South Sixty degrees West fifteen perches then North thirty three degrees West one hundred and two perches then North four degrees West forty two perches then North Six degrees East Sixty eight perches then North Twenty one degrees East sixteen perches then with a Straight Line to the beginning Tree Containing and now laid out for seven hundred Acres be the same more or less To have and to Hold the Said part or parcel of Land with all the Appurtenances and Improvements thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining to the Same to him the Said James Marshall his Heirs and Assigns for ever to the sole use and behoof of him the Said James Marshall his Heirs and Assigns for ever and the Said Andrew Abbington for himself his Heirs Ex.rs & Adm.rs doth hereby Covenant & Grant to and with the Said James Marshall his Heirs Ex.rs & Adm.rs that he the Said Andrew Abbington his and each of his Heirs Ex.rs & Adm.rs the Bargained Premises afs.d with all the appurtenances thereunto belonging to him the Said James Marshall his heirs & assigns for ever will warrant and defend In Witness whereof the Said Andrew Abbington hath hereunto Set his hand & affixed his Seal the day and year above Written Sealed & Delivered Andrew Abbington Seal
      in the Presence of John Hepburn
      John Gibson
      (On)

      Maryland
      January 14.th 1758 Then received of James Marshall the sum of Four hundred and twenty pounds Current Money of Maryland being the Consideration money within mentioned

      Witness received by me
      J Hepburn Andrew Abbington
      John Gibson

      Maryland
      Jan.y 14.th 1758
      Then came before me the Subscriber one
      of his Lordships Justices for the Provincial Court the within
      named Andrew Abbington and Acknowledged the within Deed
      Pursuant to the Directions of the Act of Assembly in such
      Cases late made & Provided
      Taken before J Hepburn

      Jany the 18.th 1758 Received of M.r James Marshall One
      Pound Eight Shillings Sterling for his Lordships use (it
      being the Alienation fine on the within Mentioned Seven
      hundred Acres of Land) by Virtue of a Commission from
      Edward Lloyd Esq.r his Lordships Agent and Receiver
      General Rich.d Dorsey
      8 1/2 sides
      Recorded 19.th Jan.y 1758
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      Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1757-1759; Liber PP {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 265. At the request of Henry Lowe the following Deed was recorded March 10, 1759
      Indenture made March 10, 1759; Andrew Abington, gentleman in consideration of 45 pounds current money of the province paid by Henry Lowe, innkeeper has sold a tract called "Carrick Fergus" containing 181 acres and bounded by Mr. Wade's land called "Friendship", Kisconko Creek, and "Locust Thickett" formerly the lands of Randolph Hinson. To have and to hold the said parcel excepting that part of the tract taken up by Francis Coffer recovered by a commission on the land and now in possession of Edward Clarkson which remaining part containing 100 acres belonging unto the said Henry Lowe. Signed Andrew Abington in the presence of John Hepburn, William Elson and acknowledged before John Hepburn