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

Anne Addison

Female 1746 - Aft 1804  (> 59 years)


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  • Name Anne Addison 
    Born 1746  St. Johns Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Female 
    Died Aft 1804  Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I016967  Tree1
    Last Modified 17 May 2018 

    Father John Addison,   b. 16 Sep 1713, St. Johns Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 16 Nov 1764, St. Johns Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 51 years) 
    Mother 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) 
    Married Abt 1733  St. Johns Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F06854  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Overton Carr,   b. Between 1746 and 1751, Louisa County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 21 Sep 1804, Prince George's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 58 years) 
    Children 
     1. Overton Carr,   b. Bef 1770, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1808, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 40 years)
     2. Elizabeth Carr,   b. 1770, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1838  (Age 68 years)
     3. Eleanor B. Carr,   b. Bef 1779, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1804, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 27 years)
     4. Jonathan Boucher Carr,   b. Abt 1785, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Abt 1859, Lincoln, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 74 years)
    Last Modified 17 May 2018 
    Family ID F10891  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      ADDISON, SUSANNA, widow, Prince George's Co. 1 May 1773
      9 Aug 1774
      To son John Addison, men slaves, Sam and Dick and mulatto woman slave Molly and at John's death to his only dau. Susanna Addison and also to her, George and Ann, children of aforesaid Molly.
      To dau. Anne Addison, slave Lucy,
      To son Thomas Addison and dau. in laws Rebecca Addison., 2 guineas each for mourning rings, they being so much better provided for than the other children, rings
      To dau In law, Elizabeth Addison, 2 guineas for mourning
      To my two daus., Eleanor Boucher and Anne Addison, plate, household furniture, plantation utensils and stock.
      To son John Addison, residue of estate.
      Anne Addison, extx.
      Wit: Anne Tarvin, Joseph Messenger, Sam. Hanson. 39. 878
      Codicil: 22 May 1773: whereas dau. Anne Addison is to receive residue of estate vice son John.
      Wit: John Baynes, Anne Tarvin, Sam. Hanson.
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      ADDISON, THOMAS, Prince George's CO, 22 June 1771
      14 March 1775
      To son Walter Addison, tracts "Saint Elizabeth," 1445 acres; part of "Discontent", 4781 acres; part of Hart Park," 618 acres; part of "Bew" or "Beu Plains," 851 acres; part of "Locust ThIickett," 7281 acres; part of "Admination," 741 acres; "Canton," 103 acres; part of "Force" lying on south side of "Oxon Branch," all of above tracts and 1301 acres of vacant land Included, resurveyed and called "Oxon Hill Manour," tract "Force" not Included In above and above left me by my father John Addison.
      To son John Addison, all lands left me by my uncle Thomas Addison, tracts that make up "Gisborough Manour" 1613 acres; "Praventlon," 512 acres, Tracts, "The Union," 393 acres; "Berwick upon Tweed" 209 acres; "Brothers Joint Interest," 236 acres; "Nonesuch" 106 acres; "North Britain," 300 acres, The last 5 tracts were devised to Thomas and Henry Addison by their father Thomas Addison's will and divided according to his will and this signifies that all parts of above lands left me by my uncle Thomas Addison, Also to son John Addison, all of tract "Force" on North side of Oxon Run, 212 acres; part of "Gleanings" on north side of "Oxon Branch" 26 acres.
      Walter Dulany, Daniel Dulany, Jr, son of Walter and my brother John Addison, Trustees, they to see that my children are educated and Instructed in the principles according to the doctrine of the Church of England, and assist the Executrix In her duties,
      To wife Rebecca Addison, extx., 1/3 part of personal estate, residue equally between sons, Walter and John Addison.
      Wit: Wm. Rumsey; Geo. Fraser Hawkins; Walter Fenley Bayne.
      Codicil - 1st:
      To son Thomas Grafton Addison, born since I made my will, part of tract "Force," 212 acres; "Prevention," 512 acres and 476 acres to be decided on by my Trustees containing in all 1200 acres. When son Thomas Grafton Addison Is 25 years of age he to get 400 from my son Walter Addison, 200 from my son John
      Addison, said sums of money to help him purchase part of tract "Bew Plains," 18 slaves and 1 lot in Carrolsborough.
      To son Walter Addison, 1 lot In Carrolsborough,
      To son John Addison, 2 lots in Carrollsborough.
      Wit: Geo, Digges; S. Hanson, 4th. 12 June 1772
      Codicil - 2rd:
      To dau. Mary Grafton Addison, 1000.
      Wit; Mary Dulany; S. Hanson. 13 May 1773
      Codicil - 3rd:
      To child wife is big with, 1000, it to be educated and If a boy to be taught a profession, cost to come out of my estate.
      To bro. John Addison, lease of house and land "Hart Park" for 16 years, yearly rent of 40.
      To wife When my oldest son Walter Addison arrives at age if he wish to live In mansion house he to build his mother suitable house on any of his lands that she chooses.
      To sisters: Eleanor Boucher and Anne Addison, 20 each.
      Trustees: Dr. William Runmey, Grafton Dulany, Rev'd, Jon'a. Boucher, Walter Dulany.
      Wit: Mary Dulany, Peggy Dulany, 2 Sept. 1774 MCW 40.411
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      Prince George's County MD Will Book Liber T No. #1; 1803-1808;
      Folio 579 OVERTON CARR 08./07/1804 09/21/1804
      Being Sick .."
      Bequeaths to:
      1. Ann Carr --wife "the best woman I ever knew or I believe that Ever Lived"
      -to have for her natural life all the rest and residue of the estate
      2. Eleanor Carr --daughter
      Elizabeth Carr --daughter
      Overton Carr --son
      Jonathan Boucher Carr --son
      -after widow's decease, the remainder of the estate is to be divided among them
      3. Samuel Carr --who married testator's daughter Eleanor
      -whereas testator has assigned to him several bonds to the amount of $400-500.00 and whereas Samuel engaged with testator' to return and pay to testator the amount of the bonds assigned, it is therefore testator's desire that the amounts of the bonds aforesaid and that in such event testator's daughter Eleanor shall share equally
      with the division of the estate, that the amount of the bonds not paid then she shall have no portion of the estate but the whole shall be divided between testator's other three children
      4. Negroes
      -whereas testator has at times emancipated a number of his Negroes and whereas he may not have complied with strict legal form, then in all cases that every Negro emancipated or intended to be emancipated shall to ail interests and purposes be free at the times and with the terms specified by testator's executor
      -whereas testator has purchased a number of Negroes which are now in his possession he desires that executor to free them legally
      5. Dabney Carr --son-in-law
      -named executer along w/testator's son-in-law Samuel and son Jonathan Boucher Carr
      -executors instructed to sill the 'land purchase from Nicholas Lowe and also 6 lots in the City of Washington and the moneys applied to the payment of testator's debts Witnesses: William Baker
      Nancy Baker
      C. F. Brown
      Then came: William Baker
      Note: the testator signed the will in his own hand
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      Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1787-1789; Liber HH-2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 28. At the request of James Hawkins the following Deed was recorded December 13, 1787
      Indenture made October 15, 1787; Overton Carr in consideration of 2000 pounds current money paid by James Hawkins has sold 400 acres being part of "Madducks Folly", "Locust Thickett", Hunters Kindness", "St. John's" and "Radfords Chance" and beginning at a large ditch or gully and the beginning of a south course for a dividing line between William Bayne and Overton Carr where a stone is now fixed in the 3rd line of the part of Hunters Kindness", "St. John's" and "Radfords Chance" and bounded by "Saturday's Work" and the Main Run of Hanson [Henson] Branch. Signed Overton Carr in the presence of and acknowledged before Fielder Bowie, Rinaldo Johnson and at the same time Ann Carr w/o Overton Carr relinquished her right of dower
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      Charles County Land Records 1790-1792; Liber K#4; Page 62. Jan 20, 1790 from William Baker of Prince Georges County, Gentleman, and Susannah Wilkinson Baker (heretofore Susannah Wilkinson Greenfield), his wife, to Overton Carr of the same county, Gentleman, for 3000 , all the several tracts of land lying in St. Mary's County and CC which were the property of Nathaniel Trueman Greenfield, late of St. Mary's County, and which lands were conveyed by deed and also willed by sd Nathaniel Truman Greenfield about Nov, 1783, unto his sister, Susannah Wilkinson Greenfield, now the afd Susannah Wilkinson Baker, and also a certain piece of land called Catch as Catch can, which was bought of the state of Maryland by John Moran and assigned to the afd Susannah Wilkinson Baker, lying in CC, and adjoining her other lands in CC. Signed - Wm Baker, Susanna W Baker. Wit - David Crawford, John Smith Brookes. This deed was acknowledged in Prince Georges County before JPs David Crawford & John Smith Brookes. Certified by John R. Magruder, Clk Prince Georges County Court. Recorded May 13, 1790.
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      Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1790-1791; Liber JJ2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 537. At the request of George Walker the following Deed was recorded July 28, 1791
      Indenture made June 10, 1791; Overton Carr, Gentleman of PGCo in consideration of 10140 pounds current specie of Maryland paid by George Walker, merchant of George Town on Potamack has sold part of a tract called "Hop Yard" being on the northside of the Eastern Branch of Potomack River and within the lines of the Federal District which he bought of Ozborn Sprigg and James White containing by plot of John Oakley, surveyor of PGCo 358 acres and bounded by Jonathan Slaters land. Signed Overton Carr in the presence of and acknowledged before Wm Baker, Joseph N. Baynes and at the same time Ann Carr w/o Overton Carr relinquished her right of dower
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      Charles County Land Records 1790-1792; Liber K#4; Page 64. Jan 21, 1790 from Overton Carr of Prince Georges County, Gentleman, to William Baker of sd county, Gentleman, for 3000 , all the several tracts of land in St. Mary's County and CC which were the property of Nathaniel Trueman Greenfield, late of St. Mary's County, which lands were conveyed by deed and also willed by sd Nathaniel Trueman Greenfield about Nov, 1783, to his sister, Susannah Wilkinson Greenfield, and also a parcel of land called Catch as Catch Can, which was bought of the state of Maryland by John Moran and assigned to the afd [sic] Susannah Wilkinson Baker, lying in CC, and adjoining her other lands in CC, Signed - Overton Carr. Wit - David Crawford, John Smith