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

Susanna Addison

Female 1770 - Aft 1800  (> 31 years)


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  • Name Susanna Addison 
    Born 1770  Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Female 
    Died Aft 1800  Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I020218  Tree1
    Last Modified 17 May 2018 

    Father John Addison,   b. 1742, St. Johns Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1794, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 53 years) 
    Mother Elizabeth MNU Addison,   b. 1749,   d. Aft 1776, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 28 years) 
    Family ID F44664  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family John Alexander Harris,   b. 4 Dec 1767, St. John's Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married 5 Dec 1788  St. John's Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Catherine H. Harris,   b. 1789, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location
    Last Modified 17 May 2018 
    Family ID F17120  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      Prince George's County, St. John's and Prince George Parishes Maryland State Census 1776
      John Addison, 34: 24
      Elizabeth Addison, 27: 10: 6
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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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      Charles County Maryland Will Book AF-11, 1791-1801, {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 597.
      Ann Hanson, Will, April 8, 1800; October 3, 1800
      I, Ann Hanson of Fauquier County in the state of Virginia, though infirm in body, being of as sound judgment and understanding as in my ordinary health.
      To son Samuel Clagett, all that tract or parcel of land I bought of my son Gustavus Brown Horner, lying in Fauquier County and containing 300 acres.
      To son Samuel Clagett one other tract or parcel of land which I bought of a certain George Dodson containing 114 acres more or less and one adjoining to the before mentioned tract.
      I give the above mentioned lands to my son Samuel Clagett his heirs and assigns as an act of Justice because he sustained much loss by my second marriage.
      To grandson William Edmunds Horner, son of William Horner my house and lott of ground lying at Fauquier Court House with all its a appurtenances to him his heirs and assigns forever.
      Whereas my son Gustavus Brown Horner has given bond for a sum of money due to myself and children by Robert Horner, I give my share of the said bond both principal and interest to my son Gustavus Brown Horner and whereas I have a bond given by my son William Horner for a considerable sum of tobacco I give the said bond both principal and interest to my said son William Horner.
      To son John Horner, 50 pounds Virginia currency
      Understanding that Susannah W. Harris {wife of John A. Harris} grand-daughter of my late husband Samuel Hanson is needy, I give her sole use, and not under the control of her husband, the sum of 50 pounds current money of Maryland. I do this as a return for any expense my late husband Samuel Hanson may have been at on account of my children.
      To son Gustavus Brown Horner, my universal bible, and a large gold ring with a stone under which same of my sister Threlkelds heirs is set.
      To Ann Hanson, daughter of Col. Samuel Hanson of Georgetown, my silver shoe buckles set with stone and my gold sleeve buttons.
      To Mary Horner, wife of my son William, my suit of black satin
      To Frances Horner, wife of my son Gustavus Brown Horner, my black satin cloak and my laced head clothes.
      To granddaughters, Frances Horner, Elizabeth Horner and Catharine Horner a tambour muslin gown and all my remaining silk cloaths.
      To daughters of son Samuel Clagett, all my remaining cloaths.
      As I own no debts, I expect there will be money sufficient to pay off all the above mentioned legacies, but in case it should be found deficient, it is my will that such deficiency shall be made good out of the rents arising from the lands bequeathed by me to my son Samuel Clagett.
      To four sons, Samuel Clagett, Gustavus Brown Horner, John Horner, and William Horner, all the residue of my property.
      Executor: three sons, Samuel Clagett, Gustavus Brown Horner, and William Horner
      Signed: April 8, 1800 Ann Hanson
      Wit: Ann Ireland Brown, Gustavus R. Brown, Gustavus Brown Junr.
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      Charles County Land Record Book S#3, 1770-1775; Page 177, Deed of Gift. For the natural love I have for my granddaughter, Susannah Addison, I give her 1 Negro girl about 1 year old, named Susannah, daughter of a Negro woman of mine named Pat. Signed Jul 13, 1771 - Samuel Addison. {mm note: this appears to be a transcription error. should read Susannah Addison w/o John Addison} Wit Geo Lee*, Chloe Lee. Recorded Jul 13, 1771.