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

Anne Abbington

Female 1720 -


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Anne Abbington was born on 10 Oct 1720 in King George's Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland (daughter of John Abbington and Mary Hutchison).

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  John Abbington was born before 1689 in St. Mary's County, Maryland (son of Andrew Abbington and Anne MNU Abbington); died on 15 Jun 1739 in Prince George's County, Maryland - Probate.

    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 not 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. Dulany 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.
    ===
    Mr. John Abbington 27.345 PG £2324.4.8 Feb 14 1740 Mar 24 1742
    Appraisers: Henry Massey, John Hawkins, Jr.
    Creditors: Thomas Gantt George Parker.
    Next of kin: John Needham (who married a daughter of deceased), children under age .
    Executrix: Mary Scott, wife of Andrew Scott.
    ===
    John Abbington (merchant) 19.469 A PG £2321.4.8 £437.3.6 Sep 15 1743
    The amount of the accounts also included £168.13.0 in sterling & #17637.
    Received from: Griffith Davis, Sr., Philpot & Lee (merchants in London), Charles Rogers (merchant in London), James Herbert, Philip Fennally, William Penson, William Cawood, Thomas Cawood.
    Payments to: Dr. Thomas Watkins, Butler Stonestreet, Joseph Noble, John Smith Prather, William Campbell, John Magruder, John Tolson, Daniel Carroll, John Evans, John Pammer, Walter Bayne, Joseph Punnett, William Thomas, John Maconchie, John Hawkins, James Kendall, Richard Keene, Joseph Newton, William Pressley, William Pritchet, Daniel Dulany, Esq., Mr. William Murdock, John Lowe, Jr., John Lowe, Sr., Thomas Marshall as garnishee of executors of Daniel Lamport, Mr. Peter Dent, Lord Baltimore, Mr. George Noble paid to Lord Baltimore, heirs (unnamed) of Tobias Beale, Esq. paid to George Plater, Esq.
    Legatees: Sarah (daughter) wife of John Needham.
    Mentions: estate of Mr, George Noble (surviving executor is Mr. John Addison).
    Executrix: Mary Scott, wife of Dr. Andrew Scott,
    ===
    John Abbington 21.150 A PG £1439.9.3 Mar 15 1744
    Received from: Daniel Dulany, Esq.
    Payments to: John Dawson, Joseph Jeffery for money lent to William Abbington (son), John Needham who married Sarah (daughter) for legacies now property of Mr. George Noble since delivered to Mr. John Addison (surviving executor of said Noble), Catherine Plafey, John Dickinson, Richard Gildart, Esq. (merchant in Leverpoole) per Charles Neale, William Webster, Capt. Charles Beall paid to Hugh Conn, Thomas Sprigg, Thomas Gant, Sr., MM Henry & Edward Trafford (merchants in Leverpoole) per John Lawrance paid to John Hawkins, William Murdock, William Hawkins per Mordacai Coleman (executor of Joseph Coleman).
    Executrix: Mary Scott, wife of Dr. Andrew Scott.
    ===
    John Abbington 23.167 A PG £1184.0.9 Mar 31 1747
    Received from: Alexander Fraser (blacksmith), James Addarns, Thomas Lockyer, Leonard Wheeler, John Dawson, Thomas Blancklick, Thomas Norton, William Dawson, Richard Chidley, Richard Rawlings, Samuel Barker, Hugh Conn, Isaac Wells, Elisabeth Barns, George Dawson, John Thomas.
    Payments to: Mrs. Eleanor Addison, William Clifton (of Virginia), Col Gabriel Parker, estate of Rev. John Fraser, Thomas Norton, Mr. George Parker, children of Mr. George Noble paid to Mr. John Addison (guardian to Thomas Noble (son of said George) & George Noble (son of said George)) & to Zachariah Wade who married Anne (daughter of said George), Mr. Thomas Clark, cost of suit against John Lowe, Sr., cost of suit against John Lowe, Jr., cost of suit against Edward Trafford, Esq.
    Executrix: Mary Scott, wife of Andrew Scott.
    ===
    John Abington 24.101 A PG 658.6.9 Jun 20 1747
    Payments to: Col. Gabriel Parker paid to George Parker, William & Sarah Hutchison (children of William Hutchison (dead)) paid to Mr. George Parker.
    Executrix: Mary Scott, wife of Andrew Scott.
    ===
    Abbington, Andrew, 29th Oct., 1691; 9th Nov., 1691.
    To son John, land -----, bou. of Richard Keen,
    To wife Ann, extx., and rest of child., including child unborn, residue of estate. Sd. wife to have use of entire estate during minority of child.
    Overseers: Capt. Samll. Bowrne, John Lewellen.
    Test: Capt. Francis Harbin, John Edwards, George Plater. MCW 16. 29.
    ===
    Henry Devine 13A.310 A CA £32.12,0 #10157 May 10 1694
    Payments to: Walter Smith due to William Paggan & Co., Henry Dryden for use of his brother James Dryden, Thomas Blake due to John Abington, John Wyat for use of Andrew Abington, Joackim Kisted, John Craycroft, John Fisher due to Henry Fernly, Thomas Cade, Simon Wotton, George Cole, Anne Solbe, John Bigger, Alexander Chappell, Mr. Paul Bertrand part paid by Henry Dryden.
    Administratrix: Elisabeth Elridge, wife of Jeremiah Elridge.
    ===
    Muschamp, George, St. Mary's Co., 2nd Nov., 1709; 12th Nov., 1709.
    To Robert Scot, personalty for use of churches of All Saints' Parish.
    Exs.: James Bowles, Richard Hopewell and John Abington.
    Test: John Seager, Chris. Davisonn, Chas. Waldron..
    Part 2-12. 212
    ===
    William Allen 34.173 I £34.16.10 Jan 4 1711
    Appraisers: William Jessep, John Watkins.
    Creditors: Jam. Bowles, John Abington.
    ===
    William Hutchison 14.94 A CH £417.17.1 £99.10.1 Dec 3 1735
    Received from: John Abbington.
    Payments to: Daniel Lamport per Mr. John Abbington, John Abbington for Tobias Bowles, Dr. Gustavus Brown, Patrick Sim, executor of John Eburnathy, Thomas Smoot, Francis Brown, Charles Calvert, Esq., Samuel Hanson.
    Representatives: unknown.
    Administrators: John Maconchie and his wife Anne Maconchie.
    ===
    Noble, George, Prince George's County, 6th Sept., 1735; 24th Nov., 1735.
    To sons Thomas and George and their hrs., 600 A. bought of Daniel Dulany, son Thomas to make his choice as soon as he comes of age; also 400 A. of "Piscataway Mannor."
    To daus. Elizabeth and Anne and their hrs., each 300 A., being part of 1000 A. of "Piscataway Manor," bought of the Egertons, also lands lying in the Back Woods taken up in John Abingdon's name, being "Wett Work," "Spring Garden," "Addition" and "Dry Work."
    To son Thomas and hrs., house and garden in Roper Lane in White Haven.
    To son John and hrs., "Chance" in Swan Neck; should either son Thomas or George die during minority and without issue, land devised to him to go to daus. Elizabeth and Anne or the survivor.
    To five child. afsd. entire personal estate, child. to be under the care of exs. until they come to their respective ages.
    Exs.: John Addison and John Abingdon.
    Tests. Rev. John Fraser, Dr. John Hamilton, Dr. Benjamin Bull,
    22nd June, 1756-7, additional probate by Dr. John Hamilton, vol. 30, folio 49. 21, 483,
    ===
    King, Margrett St. Mary's County, 1st Mch., 1709; 18th Mch., 1709,
    To William and Mary, son and dau. of Thos. King; to John, son of Edward King, and Susannah, wife of Charles King, personalty.
    To young sons, John and James (King), joint exs., residue, of estate; they to maintain Henry King during life,
    Test: John Abbington, Edward Hall., John Seager, Margrett King. 13. 32.
    ===
    Mrs. Mary Dawson 21.44 Pg £54.17.6 Feb 9 1734 Jul 21 1735
    Appraisers: Walter Bayne, Thomas Stonestreet.
    Creditors: John Abbington, Henry Massey.
    Next of kin: Thomas Dawson, William Dawson.
    Administrator/Executor: John Dawson.
    ===
    1681 Abbington, Andrew Netherberry (resurveyed into Massom) 200 1707 Rent Rolls St. Mary's
    1681 Abbington, Andrew Netherberry 200 Patent Record CB 2, p. 113

    1707 bef Abbington, Andrew St. Richards Manor 1000 Rent Rolls Harvey
    1707 bef Abbington, Andrew Ripe (part of Hopewells Adventure and Spring Blossom) 872 Rent Rolls Harvey
    1707 Abbington Heirs St. Richards Manor 1000 Rent Rolls Harvey
    1707 Abbington Heirs Ripe (part of Hopewells Adventure and Spring Blossom) 872 Rent Rolls Harvey
    1655 Abbington, John Abbington Manor 1000 Patent Records

    1739 Abbington, John Huntington 307 Will, Abbington, John,Prince George's Co.,8th Dec., 1738; 15th June, 1739

    1739 Abbington, John St. Richards Manor 800 Will, Abbington, John,Prince George's Co.,8th Dec., 1738; 15th June, 1739 Harvey
    1739 Abbington, John Vineyard 800 Will, Abbington, John,Prince George's Co.,8th Dec., 1738; 15th June, 1739 St. Mary's
    1739 Abbington, John Vineyard Addition 800 Will, Abbington, John,Prince George's Co.,8th Dec., 1738; 15th June, 1739 St. Mary's
    1739 Abbington, John White Haven 800 Will, Abbington, John,Prince George's Co.,8th Dec., 1738; 15th June, 1739 Resurrection
    1739 Abbington, John Wetwork 800 Will, Abbington, John,Prince George's Co.,8th Dec., 1738; 15th June, 1739

    1739 Abbington, John Friendship 800 Will, Abbington, John,Prince George's Co.,8th Dec., 1738; 15th June, 1739 Resurrection
    1739 Abbington, John Spring Garden 800 Will, Abbington, John,Prince George's Co.,8th Dec., 1738; 15th June, 1739

    1739 Abbington, John Spring Garden Addition 800 Will, Abbington, John,Prince George's Co.,8th Dec., 1738; 15th June, 1739

    1739 Abbington, John White Haven 800 Will, Abbington, John,Prince George's Co.,8th Dec., 1738; 15th June, 1739 Resurrection
    1739 Abbington, John (son) Vineyard 800 Will, Abbington, John,Prince George's Co.,8th Dec., 1738; 15th June, 1739 St. Mary's
    1739 Abbington, John (son) Vineyard Addition 800 Will, Abbington, John,Prince George's Co.,8th Dec., 1738; 15th June, 1739 St. Mary's
    1753 Abbington, Joseph Heirs St. Richards Manor 50 SMC Debt Books Harvey
    ===
    John Smith 7.493 A PG £45.12.9 £45.5.6 Aug 1 1726
    Payments to: Mr. Fretch Dikes, Thomas Middleton, John Winn, George Noble, Gabriel Parker.
    Administrator: George Hardy.
    ===
    John Smith 11.266 PG £45.12.9 Mar 28 1726 Apr 16 1726
    Appraisers: Joseph Hatton, John Hawkins.
    Creditors: Thomas Middleton, John Abbington,
    Next of kin: John Smith, Samuel Smith.
    Administrator: George Hardy.
    ===
    Charles Tuell 3.149 A PG £28.3.0 £28.5.5 Dec 6, 1720
    Payments to: Mr. Notely Rozer, Mr, Abbington due to William Lewis, George Noble, William Tayler, George Hardy, William Person, Mr. John Abbington.
    Administratrix: Mary Tull, wife of Terrence Byron.
    ===
    James Stoddart, Esq. 15.39 A PG Jul 22 1736
    Received from: William Marshall, James Reed, William Downes, Patrick Bodkin, Hugh Robey, Dungan Forgason, Zephania Wade on account of Thomas Gettings, Capt. Hyde, Richard Conner, Mary Moss, Thomas Marshall, Lyngan Wilson, Susannah Battey, James Pelly, William King, William Stoddert, Benjamin & Thomas Stoddert, Thomas Gittings, Charles Carroll, Gabriel Parker, Edmond Jennings, Esq. on account of Thomas Boardly (dead), John Addams, George Moore,
    Payments to: John Doccra, John Abbington, Phil, Loyd, Esq., John Payn, Mary Booth, Benedict Leonard Calvert, Esq.
    Executor: Mr. John Stoddart.

    ===
    Abbington, John, of London, mcht., 14th Jan., 1692; Nov., 1694.
    Debt due to Richard Harrison of Md. to be paid.
    To bro.-in-law Dr. Mich. Carney, debts due from him.
    To sister Mirriell (wife of Dr. Carney afsd.), living at Stoake, nr Bristoll,, Glocester County, personalty now in Possession of Wm. Worrell.
    To niece Wirriell (their dau.); £250.
    To niece Wirriell Abbington; £100.
    Shd. either of afsd. nieces die before receiving legacy, sd. money to return to estate.
    To Mrs. Alice Nolinds., £100, and £150 yearly for maintenance of her two sons, John and Charles. Shd. sd. Mrs, Nolenes, recover estate in Ireland left her by her father, now in litigation with her bro., £100 yearly.
    To godson John (son of William Abbington,, dec'd), £50 at age of 21.
    To John Pettitt, £50.
    Estate in Maryland to be sold and proceeds divided among child. of Mrs. Alice Nelmes, viz.: John, Charles and child unborn.
    Kinsman John Abbington ex. and residuary legatee,
    Test: Fenton Byune., H. Dennett, Thomas Freeman. 16. 64.
    Richard Harrison and George Lingan afsd., exs. in Maryland.
    ===
    James Gibbs 11.27 PG £24.17.11 Jun 19 1725 Aug 25 1725
    Appraisers: Joseph Newton, John Pritchett.
    Creditors: William Ponson.
    Next of kin: Hen. Barnes, William Webster.
    Administrators: John Abbington, Henry Massey.
    ===
    Elliot, Mary, Prince George's County, 14th Nov., 1727; 5th March, 1727-8.
    To son Edward Broner [Brawner], 1s.
    To grandsons Edward, William, Thomas and John Broner (sons of son Edward afsd.), granddaus. Elizabeth and Abigall Droner (daus. of son Edward afsd.), personalty.
    To Henry Broner (son of Wm. Broner, dec'd) and hrs., 50 A. of "Hunter's Kindness"; and personalty at age of 21; he dying without issue, sd. 50 A. to pass to son John Broner and hrs.
    Son John afsd., ex. and residuary legatee.
    Test: Jno. Abengton, Robt. Wade, Sr., Thomas Phillips, Richard Blew. 19.853.
    ===
    John Fidey 13.194 PG £21.4.0 Aug 13 1728 Aug 27 1728
    Appraisers: John Flint, George Beall.
    Creditors: John Abbington, John Prichett.
    Administratrix/Executrix: Elisabeth Stump.
    ===
    John Fidey 9.455 A PG £7.2.5 Aug 25 1729
    Received from: Mr. Thomas Evans.
    Payments to: Mr. John Abbington, John Prichett, James Harbert, Charles Calvert, Esq.
    Administratrix: Elisabeth Stump.
    ===
    Tolson, Francis, Prince George's County, 23rd April, 1730; 11th March, 1730-31.
    To wife Ann, personalty (exclusive of her thirds).
    To eldest son Henry, personalty, some of which formerly belonged to late wife [unnamed] his mother, and some to Henry Fuller.
    To dau. Frances and son John, personalty; son John to be in care of his mother until 18 yrs.; in case of her decease under care of his bro. Henry until 16 yrs. of age.
    To dau.-in-law Alice Lindsay, certain personalty, some of which for use of her son Samuel when of age; her husband Anthony Lindsay to be discharged of all debts due testator.
    To wife, son Henry and dau. Frances, residue of estate equally.
    Exs.: Son Henry and John Abbington.
    Test: William Clarkson, James Kendall.
    8th March, 1730-1. John Abbington renounces as ex.
    Test: Robert Wade. 20.158
    ===
    John Sanders 11.153 A CH £523.18.2 £344.16.1 Aug 16 1731
    Deceased is administrator de bonis non of Ethelbert Doyne.
    Received from: Mr. Gerrard Slye, John Monokes, Thomas Scot, William Mcferson, John Williams, John Teans, administrator of Charles Sanders, John Cecil, John Sanders, Edward Sanders.
    Payments to: estate of Ethelbert Doyne, estate of Mr. William Hutchison paid to his administrator de bonis non John Abbington, John Parnham, Rand. Morris, John Whetenhal, Nicholas Power, Thomas Morris, John Howard, Thomas Mathews, William Mcferson, Jonathon Throne, executrix of Edward Henry Calvert, Esq., Charles Calvert, Esq., Samuel Hanson, Mr. George Sherald.
    Executor: Thomas Sanders.
    ===
    Prince George's Land Records 1717-1726 - Liber F - folio 628
    Indenture, 19 July 1717
    From: John Abbington of Prince George's County and Mary his wife
    To: Walter Bayne, planter of Prince George's County
    For 40,000 pounds of tobacco a tract of land called Goodwill; standing in the east line of the small branch that Bayne lives on, bounded by land that Richard Edelen bought of Elsworth Bayne, intersecting Locust Thicket; estimated to contain 99 acres
    Signed: Jn°. Abbington (seal), Mary Abbington (seal)
    Witnessed: George Noble, Thos. Addison
    Memo: John Abbington and Mary his wife acknowledged deed
    ===
    Prince George's Land Records 1717-1726 - Liber F - folio 20/546
    Lease, 28 Jul 1717
    From: John Abbington of Prince George's County
    To: Samuell Thacker, planter of Prince George's County
    For 600 tbs. of good clean tobacco and cash to be paid yearly the lease of Carrick Fergus which lies between Emperor's Indian Cabin Branch and Capt. Thomas Dent's land called Locust Thickett; lease for 8 years ending 30 Oct 1724; that being date of lease granted to Samuel Thacker by William Hutcheson
    /s/ Jn° Abbington (seal), Samuel Thacker (seal)
    Wit: Th. Addison, Geo. Noble; enrolled 29 Dec 1717
    ===
    Prince George's Land Records 1726-1730 - Liber M, Page 203
    Enrolled at request of John Abbington 27 Jun 1727:
    James Bowles of St. Mary's Co. by power of attorney from Tobias Bowles of London, merchant, dated 3 Dec 1714; appoints John Abbington as attorney in Maryland; /s/ Jam. Bowles; wit. Gunder Erickson, Weldon Jefferson, Josias Jeffery
    ===
    Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 36
    Enrolled at request of John Abbington 24 Jun 1730:
    Indenture, 24 Jun 1730; Between John Bradford, Gent., and John Abbington; for £27; a parcel called Recovery; bounded by Middleton's Branch and near John Abbington's dwelling plantation; containing 200 acres; /s/ John Bradford; wit. Edw. Sprigg, Wm. Penson; ack. John Bradford and Anne his wife
    ===
    Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 199
    Enrolled at request of John Abbington, release, 11 Jan 1730
    From George Plater of St. Mary's County, Gent., atty. for Henry Alexander Primrose and John Underdown of London, exs. of estate of Tobias Bowles, late of London, merchant, dec'd, power of attorney 15 Dec 1729; mentions John Abbington, Daniel Carroll, ship called Potomac with Samuel Ingram as master, ship called Rose with Samuel Johnson as master; /s/ Geo. Plater; wit. George Bowles, John Gibson
    ===
    Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland
    Liber T, Page 239
    Recorded at request of Humphry Batts, 9 Dec 1735:
    6 Dec 1735; Indenture between John Abbington, merchant, and Mary his wife of one part and Humphry Batts, ship carpenter; for £5; part of tract called Carrick Fergus; bounded by Kiscoukum Creek and church land; containing 10 acres; /s/ Jno. Abbington, Mary Abbington; wit. Jno. Addison, Henry Buttler; ack. John Abbington and Mary his wife
    ===
    Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland
    Liber T, Page 307
    Recorded at request of John Abbington, 26 Aug 1735:
    Letter of Attorney from Joseph Punnett appointing John Abbington his attorney within the British plantation; 15 Jun 1735; /s/ Joseph Punnett; wit. Benj. Norris, Paul Talbart
    ===
    Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland
    Liber T, Page 367
    Recorded at request of John Philips, 24 Mar 1735:
    24 Mar 1735; Indenture between Mason Pigman, planter, and John Philips, planter; for £14; a parcel once belonging to John Pigman, dec'd, called Pamdon on Tuckers Creek; containing 50 acres; /s/ Mason Pigman; wit. Jno. Abbington, Jno. Hawkins, Jr.; ack. Mason Pigman
    ===
    Prince George's Land Records 1739-1743 - Liber Y - Page 47.
    Bond. Jun 25, 1739. I, John Pridgett of PG, am bound to Charles Beall in the just sum of 15 £sterling, to which payment truly to be made, I bind myself. Whereas sd Pridgett, having received full satisfaction for some differences in a certain conveyance of land from sd Beall to sd Pridgett, if Pridgett forever hereafter acquits Beall from all damages and other troubles that may hereafter arise for Beall from a tract of land called Huntington, now in possession of John Abbington's heirs, and likewise from a tract of land called Fringship, now in possession of the family of Stodderts, from this time and forever hereafter, then the afd bond to be void. Signed - John Pritchett Sr. Wit - Nin Tannehill, Wrn Pritchett. Recorded Jun 27, 1739.
    ===
    Charles County Court Records, March 1741/2 Court, Liber T#2, Page 330.
    Abbington's Ex'rs vs William Cawood. D't. 1408. Henry Darnall Sect' for Costs. Judgment by Non Sum.
    William Cawood, late of CC, planter, was summoned to answer unto Andrew Scot and Mary, his wife, Executors of the Will of John Abbington, late of Prince Georges County, Gent, decd, of a plea that he render unto them 1408 lbs of good, sound merchantable leaf tobacco in cask, convenient in Prince Georges County or CC to some landing place on the river Potomack, which from them he unjustly detains. And whereupon the sd Andrew and Mary, his wife, Ex'rs afd, by Henry Darnall, their atty, say that whereas the sd William, on Aug 17, 1738, at CC, by his Bill Obligatory, did bind himself to pay unto the sd John Abbington of Prince Georges County, Gent, 1408 lbs of tobacco in cask convenient in Prince Georges County or CC to some landing place on the river Potomack by Oct 10 next ensuing the date of sd Bill Obligatory. Yet the afd William, although requested by sd John Abbington in his lifetime, to wit, the afd Oct 10 in the year afd at CC, and by the sd Andrew and Mary, his wife, after the death of the sd John, has not paid sd sum, to the damage of the sd Andrew and Mary, Ex'rs afd, 2000 lbs of tobacco, and therefore they bring suit. And the sd Andrew and Mary, his wife, Ex'rs, bring here into Court the Letters Testamentary of the afd John to show that they are the Ex'rs of the Will of the afd John and have the administration thereof.
    And the afd William, by Samuel Young, his atty, comes and prays licence to imparl until next Jun CC Court, at which Court, sd William, by his atty, prays further licence to imparl until next Aug CC Court, at which Court, sd William, by his atty, prays further licence to imparl until next Nov CC Court, at which Court, sd William, by his atty, prays further licence to imparl until next Mar CC Court. And now here, sd Andrew and Mary, by their atty, prays that the sd William to his declaration against them may answer, and the sd Samuel Young, atty of the sd William, says that he is not informed by his client of any answer for the sd William to the sd Andrew and Mary, his wife, Ex'rs afd in the plea afd for him to be given, and nothing other thereof does he say.
    Ordered that sd Andrew and Mary do recover against sd William, his debt by occasion of the premises, to 1408 lbs of tobacco, and 302 lbs of tobacco for costs and charges.
    ===
    Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1759-1763; Liber RR {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 216. At the request of Enoch Magruder the following Deed was recorded May 5, 1762
    Indenture made March 13, 1762; Henry Lowe, Sr., innholder in consideration of 50 pounds sterling paid by Enoch Magruder, merchant has sold part of a tract called "Carrick Fergus"and part of the adjoining tract beginning at the land conveyed by John Abington and Mary Abington his wife to Humphry Batts and running to the Mill Race to Hensons Branch. Signed Henry Lowe in the presence of Walter Williams, Gilbert Sprigg and acknowledged before Thomas Williams, Nathaniel Magruder and at the same time Ann Lowe wife of Henry Lowe, Sr., relinquished her right of dower

    John married Mary Hutchison on 20 Oct 1715 in King George's Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland. Mary (daughter of William Hutchison and Sarah Doyne) was born in 1700 in Prince George's County, Maryland; died after 1755 in Prince George's County, Maryland. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 3.  Mary Hutchison was born in 1700 in Prince George's County, Maryland (daughter of William Hutchison and Sarah Doyne); died after 1755 in Prince George's County, Maryland.

    Notes:

    ===
    Hutchison, William, Prince George's County, 13th Dec., 1708; 23rd Apr., 1711.
    To son John and hrs all land, "Sangwhaire" in the shire of Ayr., in north Britton, descended to testator by will of his father, Mr. John Hutchison. sd. son to have no interest in lands in Maryland unless child. hereafter named should die.
    To: dau. Anne and hrs 700 A., "Piscataway Forrest 800 A., "Sangwhaire,,"' 220 A., part of Jessmund bought of Mark Lampton, 50 A., part of "'Friendship," that part of "Hazard" -from main road to "Piscataway Creek," 35 A., "Little Worth" and 400 A., part of 800 A., held in partnership with Thos. Addison.
    To: dau. Mary and hrs., 1/2 760 A., "'White Haven," held in partnership with Thos. Addison afsd., also testator's portion of 160 A., "'Carlyle," 1/2 850 A., "Friendship," held in partnership with sd. Addison, 150 A., "The Vineyard," 2/3 of "'Saturday Work,"' "Speedwell" adjoining thereto on Hinfern Branch, also 180 A., "Carrick-fergus" and testator's half of 32 A., "Want Water."
    To: son William and hrs, 550 A., "Rottendam", 660 A., " The Indian Town" on Nangemy Creek, also testator's part of "Wheeler's Purchase," bought of John Middleton and Hillary Ball, and "Joint Interest"' on Pomunky Creek.
    To: dau. Elizabeth and hrs., all land in Pomunky Neck, viz., 76 A., "'Wheeler's Adventure,," 250 A., "'The Chance," 460 A., "Carrick," 420 A., "Hickory Hills,"
    220 A.,"The Hogg Penn,-" 160 A., joining "Hickory Hills" afsd. and land of Joshua Marshall, also -1/2 ",'Friendship,' held in partnership with John Brook at Mattawoman.
    Should 3 daus. afsd.., or anyone of them, die without issue, son William to inherit portion of deceased, and sd. son dying without issue, his share to pass in turn to sd. daus. and hrs.
    To: Col. Thos. Addison, Jno. Stoddart, John Batie, Richard Edgar, William Tanyhill and Rev. Nathaniel Taylor, personalty.
    To brother George Hutchison, gift of personalty which is to be sent home to him.
    To wife Sarah,, all lands not disposed of., and those obtained by marriage with her; also, residue of personal estate, jointly, with daus. and son William afsd, Child. to remain with wife during their minority; if she die., to be placed with Protestants.
    Ext.: James Stoddart and John Battie.
    Test: Thos. Noble., Francis Wheeler, Robt. Clyde. 13. 317.
    ===
    Mr. William Hutchison 33B.58 I £1099.4.5 May 20 1712
    Appraisers: Frederick Clodius, Josiah Willson.
    Creditors: George Noble, Thomas Addison.
    Next of kin: Anne Hutchison, Mary Hutchison.
    ===
    John Abington 21.150 A PG £1439.9.3 Mar 15 1744
    Received from Daniel Dulany, Esq.
    Payments to: John Dawson, Joseph Jeffery for money lent to William Abington (son), John Needham who married Sarah (daughter) for legacies now property of Mr. George Noble since delivered to Mr. John Addison (surviving executor of said Noble), Catherine Plafey, John Dickinson, Richard Gildart, Esq. (merchant in Leverpoole) per Charles Neale, William Webster, Capt. Charles Beall paid to Hugh Conn, Thomas Sprigg, Thomas Gant, Sr., MM Henry & Edward Trafford (merchants in Leverpoole) per John Lawrence paid to John Hawkins, William Murdock, William Hawkins per Mordecai Coleman (executor of Joseph Coleman).
    Executrix: Mary Scott, wife of Dr. Andrew Scott.
    ===
    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.
    ===
    Mr. John Abbington 27.345 PG £2324.4.8 Feb 14 1740 Mar 24 1742
    Appraisers: Henry Massey, John Hawkins, Jr.
    Creditors: Thomas Gantt George Parker.
    Next of kin: John Needham (who married a daughter of deceased), children under age .
    Executrix: Mary Scott, wife of Andrew Scott.
    ===
    John Abbington (merchant) 19.469 A PG £2321.4.8 £437.3.6 Sep 15 1743
    The amount of the accounts also included £168.13.0 in sterling & #17637.
    Received from: Griffith Davis, Sr., Philpot & Lee (merchants in London), Charles Rogers (merchant in London), James Herbert, Philip Fennally, William Penson, William Cawood, Thomas Cawood.
    Payments to: Dr. Thomas Watkins, Butler Stonestreet, Joseph Noble, John Smith Prather, William Campbell, John Magruder, John Tolson, Daniel Carroll, John Evans, John Pammer, Walter Bayne, Joseph Punnett, William Thomas, John Maconchie, John Hawkins, James Kendall, Richard Keene, Joseph Newton, William Pressley, William Pritchet, Daniel Dulany, Esq., Mr. William Murdock, John Lowe, Jr., John Lowe, Sr., Thomas Marshall as garnishee of executors of Daniel Lamport, Mr. Peter Dent, Lord Baltimore, Mr. George Noble paid to Lord Baltimore, heirs (unnamed) of Tobias Beale, Esq. paid to George Plater, Esq.
    Legatees: Sarah (daughter) wife of John Needham.
    Mentions: estate of Mr, George Noble (surviving executor is Mr. John Addison).
    Executrix: Mary Scott, wife of Dr. Andrew Scott,
    ===
    John Abbington 21.150 A PG £1439.9.3 Mar 15 1744
    Received from: Daniel Dulany, Esq.
    Payments to: John Dawson, Joseph Jeffery for money lent to William Abbington (son), John Needham who married Sarah (daughter) for legacies now property of Mr. George Noble since delivered to Mr. John Addison (surviving executor of said Noble), Catherine Plafey, John Dickinson, Richard Gildart, Esq. (merchant in Leverpoole) per Charles Neale, William Webster, Capt. Charles Beall paid to Hugh Conn, Thomas Sprigg, Thomas Gant, Sr., MM Henry & Edward Trafford (merchants in Leverpoole) per John Lawrance paid to John Hawkins, William Murdock, William Hawkins per Mordacai Coleman (executor of Joseph Coleman).
    Executrix: Mary Scott, wife of Dr. Andrew Scott.
    ===
    John Abbington 23.167 A PG £1184.0.9 Mar 31 1747
    Received from: Alexander Fraser (blacksmith), James Addarns, Thomas Lockyer, Leonard Wheeler, John Dawson, Thomas Blancklick, Thomas Norton, William Dawson, Richard Chidley, Richard Rawlings, Samuel Barker, Hugh Conn, Isaac Wells, Elisabeth Barns, George Dawson, John Thomas.
    Payments to: Mrs. Eleanor Addison, William Clifton (of Virginia), Col Gabriel Parker, estate of Rev. John Fraser, Thomas Norton, Mr. George Parker, children of Mr. George Noble paid to Mr. John Addison (guardian to Thomas Noble (son of said George) & George Noble (son of said George)) & to Zachariah Wade who married Anne (daughter of said George), Mr. Thomas Clark, cost of suit against John Lowe, Sr., cost of suit against John Lowe, Jr., cost of suit against Edward Trafford, Esq.
    Executrix: Mary Scott, wife of Andrew Scott.
    ===
    John Maconchie 30,24 A CH £535.7.9 Mar 25 1751
    Payments to: representatives (unnamed) of William Hutchison (dead) paid to Mr. John Abbington & Mr. Andrew Scott.
    Payments to (in equal amounts): Samuel Middleton who married Sarah Hutchison (daughter of William Hutchison (dead, accountant was administratrix)), William Hutchison (son of said Hutchison).
    Administratrix: Anne Hanson (formerly Anne Maconchie).
    ===
    Prince George's Land Records 1739-1743 - Liber Y - Page 38.
    Deed of Gift. I, Mary Abbington of PG, widow, for the natural love I have for Sarah Abbington of PG, and for the better maintenance, livelihood, and preferment of the sd Sarah, I have given her a Negro man named Dick, a Negro woman named Lucy. Signed May 26, 1739 - Mary Abbington. Wit - Andr Scott, Thos Clark. Recorded Jun 19, 1739 at the request of Doctor Andrew Scott.
    ===
    Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland
    Liber T, Page 239
    Recorded at request of Humphry Batts, 9 Dec 1735:
    6 Dec 1735; Indenture between John Abbington, merchant, and Mary his wife of one part and Humphry Batts, ship carpenter; for £5; part of tract called Carrick Fergus; bounded by Kiscoukum Creek and church land; containing 10 acres; /s/ Jno. Abbington, Mary Abbington; wit. Jno. Addison, Henry Buttler; ack. John Abbington and Mary his wife

    http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=blueb onnets20&id=I17488

    Charles County Court Records, March 1741/2 Court, Liber T#2, Page 330.
    Abbington's Ex'rs vs William Cawood. D't. 1408. Henry Darnall Sect' for Costs. Judgment by Non Sum.
    William Cawood, late of CC, planter, was summoned to answer unto Andrew Scot and Mary, his wife, Executors of the Will of John Abbington, late of Prince Georges County, Gent, decd, of a plea that he render unto them 1408 lbs of good, sound merchantable leaf tobacco in cask, convenient in Prince Georges County or CC to some landing place on the river Potomack, which from them he unjustly detains. And whereupon the sd Andrew and Mary, his wife, Ex'rs afd, by Henry Darnall, their atty, say that whereas the sd William, on Aug 17, 1738, at CC, by his Bill Obligatory, did bind himself to pay unto the sd John Abbington of Prince Georges County, Gent, 1408 lbs of tobacco in cask convenient in Prince Georges County or CC to some landing place on the river Potomack by Oct 10 next ensuing the date of sd Bill Obligatory. Yet the afd William, although requested by sd John Abbington in his lifetime, to wit, the afd Oct 10 in the year afd at CC, and by the sd Andrew and Mary, his wife, after the death of the sd John, has not paid sd sum, to the damage of the sd Andrew and Mary, Ex'rs afd, 2000 lbs of tobacco, and therefore they bring suit. And the sd Andrew and Mary, his wife, Ex'rs, bring here into Court the Letters Testamentary of the afd John to show that they are the Ex'rs of the Will of the afd John and have the administration thereof.

    And the afd William, by Samuel Young, his atty, comes and prays licence to imparl until next Jun CC Court, at which Court, sd William, by his atty, prays further licence to imparl until next Aug CC Court, at which Court, sd William, by his atty, prays further licence to imparl until next Nov CC Court, at which Court, sd William, by his atty, prays further licence to imparl until next Mar CC Court. And now here, sd Andrew and Mary, by their atty, prays that the sd William to his declaration against them may answer, and the sd Samuel Young, atty of the sd William, says that he is not informed by his client of any answer for the sd William to the sd Andrew and Mary, his wife, Ex'rs afd in the plea afd for him to be given, and nothing other thereof does he say.
    Ordered that sd Andrew and Mary do recover against sd William, his debt by occasion of the premises, to 1408 lbs of tobacco, and 302 lbs of tobacco for costs and charges.
    ===
    1748-1752 Frederick County MD Land Records {Patricia Abelard Andersen} .
    pg. 417-418. Mary Scott wife of Andrew Scott and John Needham recorded 8 July 1751; made 1 June 1751, between Andrew Scott, doctor in physic of FC, and Mary his wife; and Mr. John Needham, merchant of FC. Andrew Scott and Mary his wife, for 5 shillings legal money GB, hereby acknowledge and in performance for Mary the wife of said Andrew as decree in Chancery appertaining a separate maintenance for Mary the wife of Andrew, and for diverse good causes; have sold unto John Needham, tract called "Carrick Fergus," upon which stands the village known as Broad Creek in PGC, to have said tracts of land, to have said lands and profits during the natural life of Mary the wife of said Andrew; and Andrew has this date paid the said John Needham the sum of 70 pcm, and covenants and agrees to pay yearly during the life of said Mary, the sum of 20 pounds, when the condition&circumstances of said Andrew can spare the same; that is to say, John Needham, shall from time to time employ and dispose of all the profits of the premises her for the separate use, benefit and maintenance of the said Mary alone. Signed Andrew Scott, Mary Scott, Jno Needham, before John Clagett, Geo Gordon. Andrew
    Scott ack. indenture. Jno Needham signed receipt.
    ===
    Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1757-1759; Liber PP {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 1. At the request of Henry Lowe the following Deed was recorded May 21, 1757
    Indenture made May 14, 1757 between John Abbington, Gent and Mary Scott, Gentlewoman in consideration of 115 pounds sterling mony of Great Britain paid by Henry Lowe, ordinary keeper, as also for divers other valuable considerations them hereunto moving, have sold a tract called "Carrick Fergus" containing 100 acres in fee simple and beginning at the second bound tree of Mr. Wade's land called "Friendship" and bounded by Mr. Hook's land called "Vainall", Kisconko Creek, "Locust Thickett" formerly the lands of Randolph Hinson. Signed John Abbington, Mary Scott in the presence of and acknowledged before Peter Dent, George Fraser and at the same time Ann Abbington w/o John Abbington relinguished her right of dower.

    Children:
    1. John Abbington was born on 15 Oct 1715 in King George's Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland; died after 1764 in Frederick County, Maryland.
    2. William Abbington was born on 1 Oct 1718 in King George's Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland.
    3. Bowles Abbington was born about 1720 in King George's Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland; died after 1739 in Prince George's County, Maryland.
    4. Andrew Abbington was born about 1720 in King George's Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland; died after 1758 in Prince George's County, Maryland.
    5. 1. Anne Abbington was born on 10 Oct 1720 in King George's Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland.
    6. Sarah Abbington was born about 1725 in King George's Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland; died on 30 Jun 1772 in Frederick County, Maryland - Probate.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  Andrew Abbington was born before 1671 (son of Maryland Abbington); died on 9 Nov 1691 in Calvert County, Maryland - Probate.

    Notes:

    ===
    Abbington, Andrew, 29th Oct., 1691; 9th Nov., 1691.
    To son John, land -----, bou. of Richard Keen,
    To wife Ann, extx., and rest of child., including child unborn, residue of estate. Sd. wife to have use of entire estate during minority of child.
    Overseers: Capt. Samll. Bowrne, John Lewellen.
    Test: Capt. Francis Harbin, John Edwards, George Plater. MCW 16. 29.
    ===
    Mr. Andrew Abinton 12.34 I £87.17.10 Jun 12 1692
    Items at plantation of Mr. Keen.
    Appraisers: Charles Carroll, Richard Keene.
    ===
    Mr. Andrew Abinton 12.38 I £37.9.6 Apr 28 1692
    Appraisers: Charles Carroll, Richard Keene.
    ===
    Andrew Abbington 21.167 A CA £334.19.0 Oct 15 1701
    Payments to: William Reed, Mr. George Layfeild, Richard Keene, Mr. John Abbington, Edward Chapman, Mr. John Dent, Nicholas Spurne, Paine Turbevile, administratrix of Col. Blakiston, Mr. Richard Keene, Mr. James More for use of Mr. John Dent, Bara Williams, Richard Wise, Thomas Batson, Philip Clarke, Samuell Watkins, Capt. Henery Hardy, Maj. Ninian Beale, William Taylard, Mr. Robert Mason, James Cranford, Mr. William Parker, Mr. Nicholas Milburne, Maj. Fran. Pennington, Samuell Warner, Thomas Hopkins, Col. Nehemia Blakiston, Mr. Henery Trueman, William Haines, Clenn Peak, Thomas Balton, Meverell Hulse, Maj. Dent & Mr. Plater, Hanse Hanson, Robert Smith, Esq., Mr. Abraham Rhoades, Dr. Simon Wooten, Lewis Jones, Richard Hartrup.
    Executrix: Mrs. Ann Watkins,
    ===
    Robert Noble 9,125 I £239.2.2 Jul 10 1685
    Appraisers: Richard Sweatnam, Andrew Abington.
    ===
    Mr. Symon Stevens 9.181 I £140.2.5 Jul 24 1686
    Appraisers: Richard Sweatnam, Andrew Abington.
    ===
    Martha Pennock 10.221 I £42.19.4 Jan 18 1688
    The amount of the inventory also included #1300.
    Appraisers: Andrew Abington, Joseph Edlo.
    List of debts: Mr. Henry Low, Patrick Bedlow.
    ===
    Thomas Pue 13A.222 A CA £145.5.10 Feb 7 1694
    Payments to: Cal. Thomas Taylor, Mrs. Hopwell on account of William Martin, Mrs, Fenwick, Mr. Hulbert, Mr. John Payne, Elisabeth. Horne per William Asquith, William Apleby, Mrs. Hopwell, Capt. Watts, Capt. Philips, Mr. Henry Lowe, Col. Henry Darnall.
    List of debts: William Symons, Robert Perry, Mr. Cornwallis, cookmaid (unnamed) of Maj. Sewall, Patrick Bedlow, Capt. William Johnson, George Mason, Mr. Henry Lowe for Daniell Berry (servant) per Mr. Philip Clarke, Dr. Jos. Simpel, Andrew Abbington, Mr. Tanny, Mr, Nicholas Gulick, William Haines (smith), Mrs. Baker, Samuell Grasey, John Lynn, Joseph Edloe, Mrs. Burford paid by Mr. Carroll, Mr. Carroll, Mr. Philip Lynes, Mr. Dent, Mr. Tanny, James Baker, Mr. Carroll on account of Capt. Phillips, Mr. George Thompson, Samuell Watkins on account of Capt. Hill, Mr. Fernly on account of John Broome, Col. Darnall & Mr. Hill, Charles Devonish (runaway), William Symons (runaway), John Griggs, Col. Darnall, John Edmondson, Patrick Bedlow, Henry Gifford, William Hudson.
    Distribution to: widow (unnamed), orphan (unnamed).
    Executrix: Anna Browne (relict), wife of James Browne.
    ===
    planation is now Reagan Intl Airport. you can see parts of the preserved house/grounds from the parking garage.
    ===
    Provincial Court Land Records, 1676-1700
    Volume 717, Page 163

    This Indenture made the Twentieth day of May in the fifth yeare
    of the Dominion of Charles Absolute Lord and prop.ry of the province of Maryland&c and in the yeare of our Lord god one thousand six hundred and Eighty Betweene Robert Ellys of the County of St Maryes in the province aforesaid gent of the one pt and Andrew Abington of the County and province aforesaid gentl on the other part Witnesseth that the said Robert Ellys for and in Consideracon of the Reuls and Covenants in and by these p.rsents reserved & Contained w.ch on the part and behalfe of the said Andrew Abington his Executo.rs Administrators and assignes are & ought to bee paid done pformed fulfilled and Kept as also for Divers other good causes and Consideracons him the said Robert Ellys Especially moveing Hath Demised granted and to Farme Letten & by these p.rsents Doth Demise grant and to farme Lett unto Andrew Abington his Executo.rs Adm.rs and assignes All that his messuage Tenement or house Comonly called or Knowne by the name of the halfe way house scituate and being in St Maryes County in the province aforesaid and alsoe one parcell of land Called Temple barr Containing One hundred Acres one parcell of land Called Addicon Containing fourty ^one^ Acres and one parcell of Land called Loughbrow Containing one hundred and fifty acres and one parcell of Land Called Oxford Containing Two hundred and nine Acres (Except and alwayes Reserved unto the said Robert Ellys his heyres Executo.rs and Administrators all manner of Trees and Timber Trees growing upon the Land Called Oxford w.th the benifitt of the sealeing therein if hee or they think fitt) Together w.th all houses Edifices buildings gardens Lands pastures proffitts & Chattells particularly menconed in a schedule hereunto annexed To have & to hold the said messuage Tenement houses Lands and p.rmisses goods & Chattells w.th the appurtenances hereby demised and every part and parcell thereof unto the said Andrew Abington his Executo.rs Adm.rs and assignes from the tenth day of October next Ensueing the Date hereof unto the full end and Terme of Five yeares from thence next Ensueing and Fully to bee Compleate and Ended Yeilding and paying therefore yearely and Every yeare dureing the said Tenure of Five yeares unto the said Robert Ellys his Executors Adm.rs or assignes the Rent of Eight thousand pounds of good sound Marchantable Tobacco in Caske & Tenn pounds sterling good and lawfull money of England the said sume or quantity of Eight thousand pounds of Tobacco to bee yearely and Every yeare (as shipping may Conveniently bee had) sent into England & Consigned unto the aforesd Robert Ellys his Executo.rs Adm.rs and assignes marked and nayled in some shipp belonging to or bound for the Citty of London att the onely trouble & Costs of the said Andrew Abbington his Executo.rs Adm.rs and assignes & also the same sume of Tenn pounds ster money of England to bee paid unto the said Robert Ellys his Executors Adm.rs and assignes by bills of Exchange Drawne by the said Andrew Abington his Executo.rs or Adm.rs on some person or psons who shall well and truely accept and pay the same as aforesaid and the said Andrew Abington for himselfe his Executo.rs and Adm.rs Doth Covenant promise and grant to and w.th the said Robert Ellys his heires and assignes by these p.rsents that hee the said Andrew Abington his Executors & Adm.rs or assignes shall and will well and truely pay or cause to bee paid & Consigned as afo.d unto the said Robert Ellys his Executors or Adm.rs in manner & forme as aforesaid the said yearely Rent of Eight thousand pounds of tobacco and Tenn pounds sterling money of England and that hee the said Andrew Abington his Executo.rs or Adm.rs att his and theire owne prop costs and charges shall and will from time to time and att all times hereafter when and as often as need shall require dureing the Continuance of the p.rsent Demise well and sufficiently Repaire support mayntaine uphold Fence amend and Keepe the said messuage Tenem.ts houses buildings Fences and all and singular the before menconed to bee hereby Demised premisses and Every part and parcell thereof in by and w.th all and all manner of needfull and necessary Reparacons fenceing and amending whatsoever & shall Cleare and Undergrubb the pasture that is now fenced & inclosed in and the same being soe well and sufficiently Repaired supported maintained upheld Fenced amended Cleared Grubd and kept w.th the goods Chattells and Household stuffe as are menconed in aschedule or Inventory hereunto annexed in as good Case and plight as the same now are & alsoe all the Cowes Calves Cattle horses Mares boares Barrowes sowes shoates and a sarvant man and sarvant Woman each haveing foure yeares to serve also a sarvant Boy named Peter Pillian (in case of his mortality to bee made good by another of five yeares service to bee Returned in Kinde at the end of the terme of five yeares or other Determinacon of the said Lease and alsoe Twenty barrells of Indian Corne w.th Convenient hay straw and Fodder to preserve y.e Cattle and horses hereby Demised to bee returned at the End of the terme of five yeares aforesaid y.e Ensueing Winter) and alsoe that hee the said Andrew Abington his Executo.rs Adm.rs or assignes shall and will within the terme aforesaid plant and make in and upon some Convenient place of the hereby demised p.rmisses an orchard w.th One hundred Apple Trees and the same Orchard and fruite Trees soe made and planted as aforesaid shall fence in with a Lawfull and sufficient fence & soe much as in him shall bee shall preserve and keepe from spoyle and Hurt of Cattle and as the end or other determinacon of the ^present^ Lease shall Leave and Yeild up the same unto the said Robert Ellys his heires or assignes Provided alsoe that if the said Andrew Abington his Executors or Adm.rs doe not well and truely observe performe fulfill pay and keepe all and Every the Covenants payments Articles and agreements in these p.rsents Contained w.ch on his and theire parts are and ought to bee observed performed paid done fulfilled and Kept that then and from thence forth att any time after it shall and may be Lawfull to and for the said Robert Ellys his heires and assignes into the said messuage Lands and tenem.ts and all and singular other the p.rmisses w.th the appurtenances and every part thereof wholly to reenter and the same to have againe retaine posesse and Reinjoy in his and theire first and former state and the said Andrew Abington his Exec.rs Adm.rs and assignes thereout and from thence utterly to expell and [illegible] This Indenture or any thing herein Contained to the Contrary thereof notwithstanding And the said Robert Ellys for himselfe his heires Executors and adm.rs doth Covenant pmise & pout to and w.th the s.d Andrew Abington his Executors adm.rs and assignes by these p.rsents that hee the said Andrew Abington his Executo.rs adm.rs and assignes paying the yearely Rent aforesaid and paying doeing and pformeing the Covenants payments and agreements in these p.rsents mentioned w.ch on his part are and ought to bee paid done performed and kept according to the true intent and meaneing of these presents shall and Lawfully may peaceably and quietly have hold use occupy possess and enjoy the siad messuage or Tenem.t houses Edifices Lands and all other the p.rmisses before by these p.rsents Demised for and Dureing all the said Terme of Five yeares before granted without any Lawfull Lett suite
    Trouble Tryall Eviction Interuption or Disturbance of the said Robert Ellys his heires Executors Adm.rs or assignes or any of them or any other pson or psons whatsoever Lawfully Claymeing by from or und.r him them or any of them In witnesse whereof the parties first above named have to these p.rsent Indentures
    Interchangeably sett theire hands hands and seales the day and yeare first above written
    Andrew Abington (sealed)
    Signed sealed and Delivered in y.e p.rsence of
    Jn.o Fawkes
    W.m Cocks
    G Vsweringen

    On the back side of the aforegoing Indenture thus written

    Memorandum that on the twenty eighth day of May in the fifth yeare of the
    Dominion of the Right hono.ble Charles Lord Baltemore &c over Maryland Annoq Dom
    1680 Came before me the within named Andrew Abington and did acknowledge the
    w.thin written Deed of Lease to bee his Act and Deed
    Geo Talbot

    An Inventory of the goods and Chattells of Robert Ellis of St Maryes County Delivered for the use of Andrew Abington of the said County are as followeth viz

    Know all men by these p.rsents that wee Andrew Abington of the County of St Maryes in the Province of Maryland and Nicholas Painter of the same County gentl are holden and firmely bound unto Robert Ellys of the said County and Province in the full and Just sume of one hundred pounds of good and Lawfull money of England & in the full and Just quantity of One hundred thousand pounds of good sound Marchantable tobacco & Caske To bee paid to the said Rob.t Ellys or to the Certaine Attorney his heires Ex.rs Adm.rs or assigns to w.ch payment well and truely to bee made wee binde our selves and Either of us by himselfe our and Either of our heires Executo.rs and Adm.rs firmely by these p.rsents sealed w.th our seales dated the twentieth day of May in the fifth yeare of the Dominion of the R.tt hono.ble Charles &c Annoq Domini 1680

    Andrew married Anne MNU Abbington before 1690 in Calvert County, Maryland. Anne was born before 1675 in Calvert County, Maryland; died after 1703 in St. Mary's County, Maryland. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 5.  Anne MNU Abbington was born before 1675 in Calvert County, Maryland; died after 1703 in St. Mary's County, Maryland.

    Notes:

    Abbington, Andrew, 29th Oct., 1691; 9th Nov., 1691.
    To son John, land -----, bou. of Richard Keen,
    To wife Ann, extx., and rest of child., including child unborn, residue of estate. Sd. wife to have use of entire estate during minority of child.
    Overseers: Capt. Samll. Bowrne, John Lewellen.
    Test: Capt. Francis Harbin, John Edwards, George Plater. MCW 16. 29.
    ===
    Mrs. Ann Abington 13B.143 Feb 1 1691/2
    Appears in the papers of Mr. James Harper.
    ===
    Watkins, Samuel, A. A. Co., 7th Apr., 1700; 11th Sept., 1700.
    To daughter-in-law Margaret Abbington, 400 A., part of "Ripe."
    To dau. Frances and hrs., residue of sd. land and 72 A. (un­named) .
    To wife Ann, extx., dower rights.
    Test: Jas. Bowles, Thos. Palmer, Eliza: Ralph. 6. 377.
    ===
    Mr. Samuell Watkins 20.124 I SM Nov 4 1700
    Servants mentioned: Clem Verin, John Dogin, Mary Adams, Edward Watts (boy), Martin Benham (boy), Thomas Palmer.
    Appraisers: Richard Hopewell, Charles King.
    Approvers: Thomas Grunwin, John Watkins.
    ===
    Mr. Samuel Watkins 23.46 I SM £16.15.0 Jul 25 1701
    The amount of the inventory also included #4500.
    Appraisers: Richard Hopewell, Charles King.
    Approvers: Samuell Grasly, John Watkins.
    List of debts: Thomas Cooper, Thomas Cecill, Mr. John Baptist Carbury, Thomas Sikes.
    ===
    Samuel Watkins (gentleman) 23.47 A SM £94.1.6 £293.11.0 Jan 19 1702
    Additional inventories were cited in the amounts of £16.15.0 and #4500.
    Payments to: Kenelm Cheseldyn, Esq., Mrs. Sarah Benton, Hon. Thomas Lawrence, Dr. Patterson, Mr. Samuell Holdsworth, Mr. Henry Fernley, Lewis Jenkins & Co., Mr. James Bowles, Mr. Thomas Emms, Robert Mason, Mrs. Susan Mason, W. Taylard.
    Executrix: Anne Smith (alias Anne Watkins).
    ===
    Thomas Broadast 10.415 I CA £8.16.10 Nov 24 1690
    Appraisers: William Turner, John Ledgatt.
    ===
    Thomas Broadhust 10.415 A £8.16.10 #2200
    Payments to: Mr. Fernely.
    Administratrix: Anne Watkins (administratrix of Andrew Abbington (administrator of deceased)), wife of Samuell Watkins.

    Children:
    1. 2. John Abbington was born before 1689 in St. Mary's County, Maryland; died on 15 Jun 1739 in Prince George's County, Maryland - Probate.
    2. Margaret Abbington was born before 1690 in Calvert County, Maryland; died before 1720 in St. Mary's County, Maryland.

  3. 6.  William Hutchison was born before 1667 in Sanqubar, Ayreshire, Scotland (son of Family Hutchinson); died on 23 Apr 1711 in Prince George's County, Maryland - Probate.

    Notes:

    Father: John Hutchison b: ABT 1631 in Sanqubar, Saint Quivox, Ayr, Scotland
    Mother: Agnes Wallace b: ABT 1636 in Balrigs, Ayr County, Scotland
    ===
    Hutchison, William, Prince George's County, 13th Dec., 1708; 23rd Apr., 1711.
    To son John and hrs all land, "Sangwhaire" in the shire of Ayr., in north Britton, descended to testator by will of his father, Mr. John Hutchison. sd. son to have no interest in lands in Maryland unless child. hereafter named should die.
    To: dau. Anne and hrs 700 A., "Piscataway Forrest 800 A., "Sangwhaire,,"' 220 A., part of Jessmund bought of Mark Lampton, 50 A., part of "'Friendship," that part of "Hazard" -from main road to "Piscataway Creek," 35 A., "Little Worth" and 400 A., part of 800 A., held in partnership with Thos. Addison.
    To: dau. Mary and hrs., 2/2 760 A., "'White Haven," held in partnership with Thos. Addison afsd., also testator's portion of 160 A., "'Carlyle," 1/2 850 A., "Friendship," held in partnership with sd. Addison, 150 A., "The Vineyard," 2/3 of "'Saturday Work,"' "Speedwell" adjoining thereto on Hinfern Branch, also 180 A., "Carrick-fergus" and testator's half of 32 A., "Want Water."
    To: son William and hrs, 550 A., "Rottendam", 660 A., " The Indian Town" on Nangemy Creek, also testator's part of "Wheeler's Purchase," bought of John Middleton and Hillary Ball, and "Joint Interest"' on Pomunky Creek.
    To: dau. Elizabeth and hrs., all land in Pomunky Neck, viz., 76 A., "'Wheeler's Adventure,," 250 A., "'The Chance," 460 A., "Carrick," 420 A., "Hickory Hills," 220 A.,"The Hogg Penn,-" 160 A., joining "Hickory Hills" afsd. and land of Joshua Marshall, also -1/2 ",'Friendship,' held in partnership with John Brook at Mattawoman.
    Should 3 daus. afsd.., or anyone of them, die without issue, son William to inherit portion of deceased, and sd. son dying without issue, his share to pass in turn to sd. daus. and hrs.
    To: Col. Thos. Addison, Jno. Stoddart, John Batie, Richard Edgar, William Tanyhill and Rev. Nathaniel Taylor, personalty.
    To brother George Hutchison, gift of personalty which is to be sent home to him.
    To wife Sarah,, all lands not disposed of., and those obtained by marriage with her; also, residue of personal estate, jointly, with daus. and son William afsd, Child. to remain with wife during their minority; if she die., to be placed with Protestants.
    Ext.: James Stoddart and John Battie.
    Test: Thos. Noble., Francis Wheeler, Robt. Clyde. 13. 317.
    ===
    Mr. William Hutchison 33B.58 I £1099.4.5 May 20 1712
    Appraisers: Frederick Clodius, Josiah Willson.
    Creditors: George Noble, Thomas Addison.
    Next of kin: Anne Hutchison, Mary Hutchison.
    ===
    Mr. William Hutchison 33B.61 I £66.4.3 Oct 3 1712
    Appraisers: Josiah Wilson, Frederick Clodius.
    ===
    Mr. William Hutchison 35B.33 A PG £1099.4,5 £714.9.9 Oct 12 1713
    A second inventory was cited in the amount of £65.15.5.
    Received from: Mr. William Joseph, Alexander Hambleton, John Hutchison, Capt. Hunt (endorsed by Francis Wilkison & Richard Edlen), Thomas Clegett, Wornell Hunt for John Belt, Edmond Guttrick, Samuel Thacker, William Glover, Roger Brook, James Holmerd for John Halem, Robert Cloyde, William Floyd, Col. Addison for Thomas Fletchall, Andrew Hambleton, Charles Diggs, Francis Coffer, Edward Wheeler, Phillip Dove, Dr. Berry, Randall Garland, John Demall, George for Thomas Noble, John & William Clements, Mr. Hemsley, Charles Jones.
    Payments to: Mary Fredrick, Mr. Carroll & Mr, Hunt, Mr. Berry, William Withers, Richard Dallam, Anthony Harris, Thomas Sprigg, Benjamin Thomas, John Willcoxon, Edmond Gutrick, Henry Boteler, William Gemball, Thomas Thompson, Mary Gray, John Almory, Robert Neirn, John Garrier, Thomas Robins, John Hutchison, John Brooks, Mr. Hunt due to Mr. Isaac Norris, Jeremiah Snell, Elisabeth Clemens, Anthony Neell, William Elett, Dr. Clodius, Col. Thomas Addison, Thomas Robbins, Joseph Manning, William Floyd, Josiah Wilson, John Brown, Capt. Jenifer, Mr. Joseph Jackson, executrix of Mr. Poleman, Thomas Green, Edward Diggs, Edward Howard, Thomas Plunker, Simon Conell, Francis Coffer, Edward Clemons, Thomas Dickison, Isabell Dickison, Capt. Herbert, George Noble, John Dausey, Esq. for Capt. Pery, Charles Jones, Rebecka Royston, John Rogers.
    Mentions: Mrs. Hutchison (dead), 5 children (unnamed).
    Executor: Mr. James Stoddert.
    ===
    William Hutchison 36B.33 A £613.10.9 Feb 15 1714
    Received from: widow Dunnings, Samuell Brashier, Richard Conner, John Harris, William Taylor, Thomas Jonstonne, John Norris, Jr., Esq. Bladen, Esq. Bladen for George Wells, Daniel Dullany
    Payments to: Capt. Thomas Dent, Thomas Osburn, William Gray, William Thackhead, William Dunn, Henry Butler, Margarett Hayward, Joshua Cecill, Jeremiah Macknew, Capt. John Hyde, Walter Huling, James Hampsted, Johnathon Thorn, James Stoddert, Mr. Bordley, Daniel Dullany, James Heath, Daniel Delozeir, William Bladen, Esq., John Payne, Francis Clarboe, William Dent, Richard Edwards, William Atchison, Christopher Thompson, John & Margaret Queen (executors of James Wilson), George Dickson, John Richard, Edward Edlin, executor of Capt. Wade, Esq. Bladen, Esq, Loyd, Mr. Wornell Hunt, Charles Carroll, Esq.
    Mentions: Col. Addison, John Prichett.
    Administrator/Executor: James Hadden.
    ===
    William Hutchingson 36C.292 A £162,19,5 Nov 26 1715
    Received from: Peter Huges, Thomas Fleshall, Hugh Wallace, Daniel Dulany balance of protest by John Beale, James Keick, Francis Wheeler, Hugh Wallace, Thomas Johnsonr James Middleton, Andrew Hambleton.
    Payments to: Capt. John Bradford, William Howell, Stevens Herman, Col. George Mason, Hugh Wallace, Samuel Peel, Hickford Lemon, estate of James Rankin, William Bennt Elisabeth Hawkins, John Brewnd, James Haddok, Maj. Barton.
    Executor: James Stoddert.
    ===
    William Huchison 2.1 A £73,7,1 May 26 1719
    Received from: Andrew Hambleton on account of Hugh Wallis, Daniell Kersey, William Dent, William Mason, Nicholas Dawson, Robert Clyce, Thomas Robins, John Peake, William Hall, Thomas Johnson, Richard Conner, Mr. James Pitts (merchant in London), Charles Walker, Christopher Thompson, Daniell Delozer, John Payne, Edward Edlin, executors of Ninion Beale, Jr., James Pitts, John Burch, James Stoddert, Richard Edlin, John Jones, Francis Clarvoe,Thomas Robbins, John Brooke, Jeremiah Macknew, George Dickson, William Tanehill, executor of James Wilson, William Atchison, Richard Edgar, John Garner, executor of Capt. William Wade, Stevan Jarman, Hickford Lemon, James Stoddert, James Green, John Norris, Giles Vermilion, Robert Clyde, William Floyd, Hugh Riley on account of Jesse Doyne, executor of Henry Robins, administrator of James Robison, Stevan Corvaice, James Pitts per -----Atchison, James Haddock, Thomas Dent, Thomas Dent his note on Charles Jones, William Gambell, John Browne, Samuell Thacker, John Pritchell per account of Edmond Gooderick, James Keitch per account of Edmond Gooderick, Charles Jones, William Philmore.
    Payments to: William Philmore, Giles Vermilion, John Thompson, Robert Clyde, Esq. Bladen, Daniell Delany for suit against Capt. Pow, C. Lowe, Capt. Collyear, administrator of William Bladen, Esq., Robert Hall, George Noble, Thomas Noble, Samuell Mason, John Clemons, Jr., Edward Clemons.
    Executor: James Stoddert.
    ===
    After their marriage, Nicholas [Dawson] and Mary [Doyne] lived at "Fendall’s Delight" but sold it in 1710 and their adjoining plantation "Lyon’s Den" to Mary’s brother-in-law, William Hutchison.
    ===
    Mr. John Turling 10LC.15 I #39092 {1688}
    List of debts: John Compton, Thomas Whichaley, Rotherick Loyde, William Howell, Robert Thompson, John Bayne, William Hutchinson, William Dent, Henry Hawkins, John Hoskins, James Cox, Ralph Showe, John Cassock, John Welder, Mr. Plater, Mr. Lynes, James Weekes, Samuell Man, George Butler, Dorothy Synnock, Richard Isles, John Parcells, Thomas Philips & John Bernard, George Slade.
    ===
    Mr. Andrew Clarke 10.11 I CH £49.0.0 {1688}
    Appraisers: William Hutchison, Robert Middleton.
    Mentions: William smith.
    ===
    Andrew Clark 10.228 A CH £49.0.0 #9468 Apr 6 1689
    Payments to: William Tanehill, Charles Hay, William Smith, Giles Collier, Maj. Wheeler, Walter Hope, Robert Doyne, John Sellman, Gilbert Clark, William Hutchinson, John Blomfeild, Cleborne Lemax.
    Administrator: James Thompson.
    ===
    Capt. James Bowling 13A.176 I SM £654.15.3 Jul 26 1694
    Appraisers: John Addison, William Hutchinson.
    ===
    Thomas Lewis 14.42 I PG £55.10.0 Jan 16 1696
    Appraisers: William Hatton, William Hutchison.
    ===
    Joseph Bullett 15.255 A #20370 {1697}
    Received from: James Tilleson, Richard Marshall, Samuell Edmonson, John Tany, Giles Collier, Joseph Thomas, Capt. John Bayne.
    Payments to: Maj. William Dent, Phillip Hoskins, Randall Brent, Sr., Randall Brent, Jr., William Hutchenson, Col. Humphery Warren, George Brett, William Barton, Martin Spencer, John Beane, Francis Franton, Edward Till, James Barrett, Dr. William Hall, Thomas Browne, Susan Skeene, Mr. Thomas Hussey, Thomas Plankett, Henry Hawkins, Mrs. Botell.
    Mentions: 2 orphans (unnamed).
    Administrator/Executor: Petter Mackmillion (executor of Elisabeth Bullett (executrix of the deceased)).
    ===
    John Swatewell 19,168 A CH £47,9.7 £86.0,8 Jul 10 1699
    Received from: Francis Feesley, Ralph Worrell, George Miller,
    Payments to: Mr, William Huttchyson.
    Executor: Dr, Mordecay Moore of Anne Arundel County,
    ===
    Thomas Mitchell 11B.53 A CH £18.14.0 Jun 14 1700
    Received from: Edward Marlow.
    Payments to: Mark Lampton, William Hutchinson.
    Administratrix: Mary Mitchell (relict).
    ===
    Daniell Elliott 28.2 A PG £192.2.4 £24.13.10 Feb 9 1707
    Received from: Maj. Josiah Wilson.
    Payments to: Maj. Wilson, William Hutchinson, Thomas Bordley.
    Executrix: Elizabeth Thompson (widow), now wife of William Thompson


    ===
    Charles County Circuit Court Liber N, Page 212
    _ Jun 1687; Indenture from William Hutchison, dept. surveyor, to Phillip Mason, planter; for 3,000# tobacco; a parcel of land called Leeds; containing 100 acres; /s/ Wm. Hutchison; wit. William Howell, William Clarkson
    ===
    Charles County Circuit Court Liber P, Page 4
    7 Jul 1688; Cattle Marks; Wm. Hutchison
    ===
    Charles County Circuit Court Liber P, Page 196
    10 Jun 1689; Indenture from Richard Fowke, planter, to Thomas Warren; for 5s and a sum of tobacco; Warren to rake care of Fawke for his natural life; to give a cow and calf to Hallaleujah Fowke at age 21; a parcel of land called Haggetts Priory on the north side of Piscataway River bounded by David Thomas, also Little Marsh; containing 150 acres; also Little Ease of 200 acres and God's Gift of 280 acres; /s/ Richard Fowke; wit. Wm. Hutchinson, Clebome Lomax, Edward Typton
    ===
    Charles County Circuit Court Liber P, Page 198
    11 Mar 1689; Indenture from George Athey, planter, and Sarah his wife, to Edward Williams; for _,600# tobacco; a parcel called Yorkshire of 91 acres in Zachia Manor; /s/ George Athey (mark), Sarah Athey (mark); wit. Willm. Hutchison, Joshia Graves
    ===
    Charles County Circuit Court Liber R, Page 104
    11 Nov 1690; Indenture from William Hutchison to John Thompson, James Greene and Thomas Hardwick, planters; for 12,000# tobacco; a tract called Aix on the south side of Mattawoman Run; for 522 acres in Zachia Manor; /s/ Will. Hutchison; wit. Ignatius Wheeler, Ignatius Matthews
    ===
    Charles County Circuit Court Liber R, Page 132
    9 Dec 1690; Indenture from John Attwood, carpenter of Anne Arundel Co. to Gowan Hamilton; for 5,000# tobacco; a parcel of land called Attwood Purchase on the east side of the Eastern Branch of the Potomac River a little above Anacostian Fort; containing 400 acres; /s/ John Attwood; wit. James Thomson, Will. Hutchison
    ===
    Charles County Circuit Court Liber R, Page 196
    9 Jun 1691; Indenture from Ninian Beall, Gent., holding letter of atty. from Benjamin Hadduck, to sell his estate; from Ninian Beall to Michael) Ashford, carpenter, a tract called Hadducks Hill in the freshes of the Potomac; bounded by Hadduck's Seaman's Delight; containing 500 acres; /s/ Ninian Beall; wit. - Henry Hardy, John Godshall, Will. Hutchison
    ===
    Charles County Circuit Court Liber R, Page 232
    27 May 1689; Indenture from William Hutchison to John Swallwell of Anne Arundel Co.; for £45; a tract called Fortune on the south side of the Eastern Branch of the Potomac; bounded by William Tannehill; containing 500 acres; /s/ Will Hutchison; wit. John Addison, James Thomson, G. Hamilton.
    ===
    Charles County Circuit Court Liber R, Page 376
    10 Dec 1690; Indenture from William Huchison, Gent., to William Walson, planter; a tract called Vineyard; bounded by Rock Creek and the Potomac River; laid out for 70 acres; lease for life of Walson or 20 years from this date; wife Jane Walson, Elizabeth his dau.; /s/ Will Hutchison, William Walson (mark); wit. John Stewart, ? Hamilton.
    ===
    Charles County Circuit Court Liber R, Page 466
    13 Sep 1692; Thomas Baker and William Dent, guardian to Andrew Baker, request division of a parcel called Harrisson's Guift of 250 acres being in joint ownership between Thomas and Andrew Baker; bounded by the Potomac River; /s/ Will Hutchison, Dennis Rueland (mark), Richard Edgar
    ===
    Charles County Circuit Court Liber R, Page 534
    1692; Cattle Mark: William Hutchison
    ===
    Charles County Circuit Court Liber R, Page 542
    23 Jan 1692; Indenture from Simon Nicholls and William Younge to John Chittam, planter; for 3,000# tobacco; a parcel called Blackash; bounded by Potomac River; containing 146 acres in Calverton Manor; /s/ Simon Nicholls (mark), William Young (mark); wit. John Addison, Will Hutchison
    ===
    Charles County Circuit Court Liber S, Page 48
    19 Jul 1692; Indenture from Philip Mason, planter, and Mary his wife, to Thomas Lewis; for 6,000# tobacco; 1/2 part of tract called Battessey; bounded by Cash Creek; laid out for 250 acres; /s/ Philip Mason (mark), Mary Mason (mark); wit. John Addison, Wm. Hall, Will Hutchison
    ===
    Charles County Circuit Court Liber S, Page 56
    14 Mar 1692; Indenture from William Hutchison to Luke Read of Anne Arundel Co.; for L50; a parcel called Aaron now in occupation of Luke Read; located a little above Anacostin Fort; bounded by Luke Green; laid out for 300 acres according to certificate dated 17 Mar 1687; /s/ Will Hutchison; wit. Thomas Hussey, John Swallwell (mark)
    ===
    Charles County Circuit Court Liber S, Page 125
    28 Jun 1690; Warrant granted to James Thompson 6 Apr 1690 by assignment to Robert Middleton for 164 acres part of Mount Pleasant in Zachia Manor; /s/ Will. Hutchison, dep'y surveyor
    ===
    Charles County Circuit Court Liber S, Page 126
    18 Apr 1690; From James Thompson to Robert Middleton; assignment of above; /s/ James Thompson; wit. Wm. Hutchison
    13 Jun 1693; From Robert Middleton to William Hutchison; rights in above 164 acres of Mount Pleasant
    ===
    Charles County Circuit Court Liber S, Page 127
    18 Jul 1692; recorded 16 Jun 1693; Indenture from Robert Middleton, planter, and Mary his wife, to John Clement; fo 8,000# tobacco; a parcel of land called Wickham in Piscataway Manor; bounded by Francis Adames' Primar {or PINNAR}, John Wheeler; containing 112 acres; /s/ Robert Middleton, Mary Middleton; wit. John Addison, Will Hutchison
    ===
    Charles County Circuit Court Liber S, Page 133
    19 Apr 1689; Warrant of 1,000 acres of land granted William Hutchison; assigned to Robert Middleton for 176 acres called Turkey Thickets on the west side of Hinson's Branch; /s/ Will Hutchison
    24 Dec 1692; Robert Middleton assigns rights in above to John Addison; /s/ Robert Middleton; wit. James Miller, Will. Hutchison
    ===
    Charles County Court and Land Records, Liber S, Page 345
    11 Sep 1694; Indenture from Marke Lampton, planter, and Elizabeth his wife, to William Hutchison, Gent.; for 7,000* tobacco; a parcel called "jeamind"containing 371 acres; bounded by Wade's Adventure; /s/ Marke Lampton (mark), Elizabeth Lampton (mark); wit. Cleborne Lomax, Wm. Barton
    ===
    Charles County Circuit Court Liber S, Page 348
    11 Sep 1694; Indenture from Marke Lampton, planter, and Elizabeth his wife, to William Hutchison, Gent.; for 7,000# tobacco; a parcel called Jeamind containing 371 acres; bounded by Wade's Adventure; /s/ Marke Lampton (mark), Elizabeth Lampton (mark); wit. Cleborne Lomax, Wm. Barton
    ===
    Charles County Circuit Court Liber S, Page 424
    27 Mar 1695; Indenture from William Hutchison to Jeremiah Snell; for 5,600# tobacco; a parcel called Contented Acres; [very dim); /s/ Will Hutchison; wit. James Smallwood, John Hanson
    ===
    PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY LAND RECORDS, Indenture, 10 April 1696
    From: WILLIAM HUTCHISON of Charles County, gent.
    To: JOHN LOWE and GEORGE DENT of St. Mary's County, carpenters.
    Price: 10 shillings
    Property: All the tract in Charles Co. called "The Garden," bounded by a tract called "Brothers Joynt Interest," land of PHILLIP LYNES called "Hopewell," and Oxen Run.
    Signature: WILLIAM HUTCHISON
    Wit. WILLIAM DENT, JOHN LANNUM (mark)
    Ackn'd: (none)
    Recorded: 22 September 1696, Vol. A, p. 6
    ===
    ===
    PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY LAND RECORDS, Indenture, 18 November 1696
    From: RANDOLPH HANSEN of Charles County, gent.
    To: JOHN FFENDALL, carpenter, and JOSHUAH MARSHALL, planter; both of Charles Co.
    Price: 100 pounds sterling
    Property: RANDOLPH HANSON of Charles County, gentle-man, and his wife BARBARA, appointed WILLIAM HUTCHISON of P. G. County, gentleman, attorney to deliver into the possession of JOHN FFENDALL and JOSHUAH MARSHALL two tracts of land near an old Indian town called Aquakeeke, on the east side of Piscataway River, formerly in Charles County, now in P. G. Co.; said FFENDALL was to have the 500 acre tract called "Hansonton" and said MARSHALL was to have the 360 acre tract called "Charley."
    Signatures: RANDOLPH HENSON (mark) and BARBARA HENSON.
    Wit.: ROBT. WADE, ROBER. GLOVER
    Ackn'd: WILLIAM HUTCHISON by letter of attorney from RANDOLPH HANSON, 24 November 1696.
    Recorded: 24 November 1696, Vol. A, p. 19
    ===
    PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY LAND RECORDS, Deed, 26 November 1696
    From: WILLIAM HUTCHISON of P. G. County, gent., God-father of PETER DENT.
    To: PETER DENT, son of WILLIAM and ELIZABETH DENT of Charles Co.
    Price: 5 shillings and love and affection
    Property: A 1/3 part of 1571 acre tract called "Ffriendshipp" located about 4 miles above the falls of the Potomac River, being part of a tract in P. G. County, patented in joint tenancy between JOHN ADDISON, WILLIAM DENT, and the said WILLIAM HUTCHISON.
    Signature: WILLIAM HUTCHISON
    Wit.: THO. GREENFIELD, RICH. MARSHAM
    Ackn'd: WILLIAM HUTCHISON, (no date) Recorded: 26 November 1696, Vol. A, p. 23
    ===
    PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY LAND RECORDS, Mortgage, 11 November 1696
    From: WILLIAM JOSEPH of St. Mary's County, gent.
    To: JOHN SMITH of P. G. County, planter
    Price: 175 pounds sterling
    Property: A 1500 acre tract called "Jourdan" in Charles Co.
    Signature: JOHN SMITH
    Wit.: WILLIAM HUTTCHISON, CLEBORN LOMAX
    Ackn'd: WILLIAM JOSEPH of London, 19 November 1697 Recorded: 23 August 1698, Vol. A, p. 131
    ===
    PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY LAND RECORDS, Deed, 4 October 1701
    From: JOHN ACCATAMACCA, "Empour" of Piscataway
    To: Col. JOHN ADDISON and WILLIAM HUTCHISON, both of P. G. Co.
    Price: 150 arms length of "Roeanoake"
    Property: A tract of land on Mattawoman Branch between the upper road that passes by THOMAS FREDERICK'S down to an Indian path that goes from Maj. DENT'S Quarter where MATTHEW HINDE formerly lived, to Accaceeke, not extending back from said Mattawoman Branch above half a mile.
    Signature: "The Emporer" (mark)
    Wit.: JOHN BALLDWIN, PHILLIP LE(V?)IN (mark) Ackn'd: By "The Emporer," 4 October 1701
    Recorded: (date unspecified), Vol. A, p. 404

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    CC Circuit Court Liber Z, page 8
    Recorded at request of William Hutchinson:
    9 Jan 1702; Indenture from Samuell Taylor of PGCo. and Verlinda his wife, one of the daus of Robert Doyne, Gent, to William Hutchinson of PGCo., merchant; at the time of his death, Robert owned diverse tracts and parcels of land, in particular 2 tracts; one containing 550 acres granted him by patent 9 June 1676 called "Rotterdam"; the other adjoining same on the lower side called "IndianTowne" of 600 acres conveyed to him on 11 March 1685 by William Whittington, Gent of Accomack County, Virginia, now of Somerset Co MD.; Robert Died intestate and his children were, Wharton, William, Sarah, Virlinda, Ellinor, and Mary; estate descended to Wharton as eldest son; William inherited this land at the death of Wharton; William d. intestate and Virlinda who m. Samuel Taylor inherited 1/4 of the land and sold to William Hutchinson for £70 /s/ Samuell Taylor, Virlinda Taylor; Wit Francis Wheeler, George Busse, Henry Pickett; ack. 9 Jan 1702/3 by Samuel and Virlinda Taylor.
    ===
    Charles County Maryland Land Records, Liber Z, Liber Z, Page 19
    Recorded at request of Wm. Hutcheson:
    17 Apr 1702; Indenture from Mary Doyne of Prince George's County, d/o Robert Doyne, to William Hutcheson of Prince George's County, merchant; 2 tracts of land, Rotterdam and The Indian Towm described above; for Y,70; /s/ Mary Doyne; wit. Willm. Dent, Richd. Harrison; ack. 17 Apr 1703; alienation 17 Apr 1703 Richard Bennett, James Heath, Gent. farmers; entered 6 May 1703
    ===
    Charles County Maryland Land Records, Liber Z, Page 171
    Recorded at request of Thomas Wheeler:
    29 May 1704; Indenture from William Hutchison, Gent. of Prince George's County, and Sarah his wife, to Mary Wheeler, d/o Francis and Winifred Wheeler; for love of Mary Wheeler; parcel called Mount Pleasant on south side of Piney Branch that runs into Mattawoman Branch; containing 164 acres by certificate dated 18 Jun 1690; /s/ Wm. Hutchison, Sarah Hutchison; wit. James Stoddert, Henry Pickett; 29 May 1704 William Hutchison and Sarah his wife ack. deed before John Hawkins and James Stoddert; 29 Jun 1704 Edward Willett, Deputy. Clk., certified John Hawkins and James Stoddert as justices for Prince George's Co.; Thomas Wheeler recorded deed and paid alienation for 164 acres
    ===
    Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 39 o Indenture, no date
    From: Samuel Taylor and Verlinda Taylor of Prince George's County
    To: Mr. William Hutchison and his wife Sarah of Prince George's County
    Saturday's Work of 600 acres formerly in Charles County; for a "certain indenture or bargaine & sale....for halfe of a certaine parcell of land given Verlinda Taylor by the will of her late father Robert Doyne"; bounded by Run of Kiskonken Creek, a tide run, and Zechia Manor Signed: Sam'll Taylor and Verlinda Taylor
    Witnessed: Thos. Greenfeild
    Memorandum: Verlinda Taylor examined 9 Jan 1702/3 by Tho. Greenfeild and John Wight
    ===
    Charles County Land Records, Liber C#2 Page 200
    10 Sep 1710; Recorded at request of William Hutchison:
    7 Apr 1710; Indenture from Nicholas Dawson of Prince George's County, Gent., and Mary his wife, to William Hutchison, Gent.; for £20; 100 acres of land called LYONS DENN on the west side of the main fresh of Wicomico River; near land of Capt. Fendall containing 300 acres; also 50 acres being 113 part of FENDALLS DELIGHT; bounded by land taken up by Daniell Johnson called LYONS DENN; /s/ Nich. Dawson, Mary Dawson; wit. Thomas Noble, F. Wheeler; ack. Nicholas and Mary Dawson 17 Apr 1710; wit. Will Tannehill, Francis Marberry; Tannehill and Marberry ack. justices of Prince George's Co.; /s/ David Willett, Clk.

    ===
    Prince George's Land Records 1739-1743 - Liber Y - Page 91.
    Sep 19, 1739 from Robert Wade Jr of PG, planter, to Catherine Playfay (Plafay) of PG, widow & innholder, for 103 £, part of a tract of land called Wades Adventure, adjoining Edward Edelin's plantation, bounded by a locust post standing on a hill between the sd Edelen's plantation & where Mr. Hutchenson's old house stood and where formerly stood the original beginning tree of Wades Adventure, thence to a run commonly called the Frenchman's Run, then to a line of Mr. George Frasier's land, containing and now laid out for about 103 acres. Signed - Robt Wade Ju. Wit Thos Marshall*, Tho Owen*. Elizabeth Wade, wife of the sd Robert Wade Jun., relinquished her right of dower to the lands within mentioned. Recd of Mrs. Catherine Plafay, by the hands of Dr. James Boswell, the alienation fine. Recorded Sep 22, 1739.
    ===
    Charles County Court Records, November Court 1735 Court, Liber T#2, Page 122
    John Abbington, Adm:r of Wm: Hutchison vs John Pain. D't 3842 - PKey sect' per costs. Jud: per defect plea part, released.
    John Payn, late of CC, planter, als: dict: Jno Pain of CC, was summoned to answer into John Abbington, Administrator of all the goods and chattels, rights and credits which were of William Hutchinson unadministered by James Stoddart, late of Prince Georges County, Gent, decd, of a plea that he render unto him the full and just sum of 3842 lbs of merchantable tobacco & cask, which from him he unjustly detains. Thereupon sd John Abbington, by P Key, his atty, says that whereas the afd John Pain, on Sep 1, 1708, at CC, by his writing obligatory, ack. himself bound to the afd Wm: Hutchinson & Company in the afd sum, to be repaid when requested. Yet the afd John Pain, although often requested, has not repaid sd sum to sd Wm: in his lifetime, or to the sd James after his death, or to the sd John Abbington after the death of sd James (to which sd John Abbington, Administrator of the goods and chattels, rights and credits which were of the afd Wm at the time of his death, which were unadministered by the sd James Stoddert by Peter Dent, Gent, Deputy Commissary of Prince Georges County, to whom the granting of that administration did of right belong, was on Apr 12, 1729, at Prince Georges County, in due form of law committed) has not paid, but that to the afd Wm in his lifetime or to the sd James Stoddart, in his lifetime, or to the sd John Abbington since the death of the sd Wm & James, to pay wholly refused & still does refuse and gainsay to the damage of the sd John Abbington, 3842 lbs of tobacco and therefore suit is brought, and he brings into Court the Letters of Administration afd, which testifies the same John to be Adm.
    And the afd John Pain, by Thomas Clark, his atty, comes and prays licence to imparl until next Aug Court, and he has it, and same day is given sd John, at which day, sd John Pain, by his atty, prays further licence to imparl until next Nov Court, and he has it, and same day is given sd John Abbington. And now here, at Nov Court, came sd John Abbington and sd John Pain by their attorneys, and sd John Abbington, by his atty, prays that sd John Pain to his declaration against him may answer, and afterwards, for that the sd John Pain to the declaration has not pleaded, nor the action gainsaid, but made default, sd John Abbington, by his atty, prays judgment and his debt afd, together with his damages by occasion of detaining that debt to him adjudged. Ordered that sd John Abbington do recover against sd John Pain, his debt afd, and his damages by occasion of detaining that debt, to 349 lbs of tobacco. Thereupon the sd John Abbington, by his atty, releases to the sd John the principal debt afd except 2206 lbs of tobacco, on payment of that sum together with the damages afd, in specie.
    ===
    Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1749-1752; Liber PP {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 59. At the request of Thomas Thompson the following Deed was recorded July 3, 1750
    Indenture made April 7, 1750; between William Thompson of Charles County, Maryland, planter of the one part and Thomas Thompson of Prince George's County, Maryland, planter of the other part. Whereas the said William Thompson and Thomas Thompson are now jointly seized in possession of their demise as of fee of the moiety or half part of a tract in Prince George's County called "Aix" lying to the eastward of a line drawn southeast through the land to Mattawoman being the land originally patented on June 12, 1688 to William Hutchinson for the quantity of 422 acres lying on Mattawoman run and devised to William Thompson and Thomas Thompson by the last will and testament of John Thompson late of Charles County, Maryland deceased bearing date March 2, 1733. Now this indenture witness that William Thompson and Thomas Thompson do by these presents make a full perfect and absolute partition of the said moiety of land and William Thompson will have that part of the moiety lying on the east side of a branch called Spring branch running through and dividing the said parcel in two equal parts agreed by the said parties and Thomas Thompson will have that part or moiety lying on the west side. Signed William Thompson in the presence of George Hardy, Nicholas Dawson and acknowledged before John Hawkins Jr., George Fraser
    ===

    William married Sarah Doyne about 1689 in Prince George's County, Maryland. Sarah (daughter of Robert Doyne and Mary Stone) was born about 1675 in Charles County, Maryland; died on 23 Apr 1711 in Prince George's County, Maryland - Probate. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  4. 7.  Sarah Doyne was born about 1675 in Charles County, Maryland (daughter of Robert Doyne and Mary Stone); died on 23 Apr 1711 in Prince George's County, Maryland - Probate.

    Notes:

    ===
    Charles County Land Records, Liber Q, Page 15
    COURT OF 9 SEP 1690
    Memo of the will of Robert Doyne taken by Richard Boughton and intended to be drawn into a will; 20 Jul 1689;
    To wife Anne Doyne, extx., lifetime interest in plantation where I now live;
    to son Wharton Doyne the land at Goose Creek when he comes of age;
    wife to have timber from gate to Craxston's Quarter;
    to dau. Sarah Doyne, Saturday's Works of 600 acres at Piscataway;
    to daus. Verlinda and Elinor, 600 acres apiece of land last surveyed by Mr. Hutchinson;
    to son William Doyne, 1,000 acres of land in Baltimore Co. called Constant Friendship and 14,000 or 16,000 acres of land in Somerset Co.;
    to dau. Mary Doyne land at Zachia, two tracts called Lyons Denn and Fendall's Delight; if there be unborn child..-to have Carry [Carrick] Fergus at head of Broad Creeke joining Sarah;
    estate to be in custody of extx. until children come of age;
    24 Jul the following made oath regarding above: Richard Boughton; Honoria Boughton; Joshua Doyne, Gent.; brother of dec'd; Madam Anne Burford; Samuell Haworth, Jane Burford
    ===
    Hutchison, Sarah, Prince George's County, 16th Apr., 1711; 23rd Apr., 1711.
    To son George Hutchison, all lands devised by late husband, William Hutchison and those descended from father
    also to sd. son, such portion of dower rights as will be equal to that left by sd. husband to my other child. in MD.
    Exs.: Those named by husband in his will.
    Test: Nicholas Dawson, Thos. Edelen,, Jno. Fraser. 13. 320.
    ===
    Hutchison, William, Prince George's County, 13th Dec., 1708; 23rd Apr., 1711.
    To son John and hrs all land, "Sangwhaire" in the shire of Ayr., in north Britton, descended to testator by will of his father, Mr. John Hutchison. sd. son to have no interest in lands in Maryland unless child. hereafter named should die.
    To: dau. Anne and hrs
    700 A., "Piscataway Forrest 800 A., "Sangwhaire,,"' 220 A., part of Jessmund bought of Mark Lampton, 50 A., part of "'Friendship," that part of "Hazard" -from main road to "Piscataway Creek," 35 A., "Little Worth" and 400 A., part of 800 A., held in partnership with Thos. Addison.
    To: dau. Mary and hrs., 2/2 760 A., "'White Haven," held in partnership with Thos. Addison afsd., also testator's portion of 160 A., "'Carlyle," 1/2 850 A., "Friendship," held in partnership with sd. Addison, 150 A., "The Vineyard,"
    2/3 of "'Saturday Work,"' "Speedwell" adjoining thereto on Hinfern Branch, also 180 A., "Carrick-fergus" and testator's half of 32 A., "Want Water."
    To: son William and hrs, 550 A., "Rottendam", 660 A., " The Indian Town" on Nangemy Creek, also testator's part of "Wheeler's Purchase," bought of John Middleton and Hillary Ball, and "Joint Interest"' on Pomunky Creek.
    To: dau. Elizabeth and hrs., all land in Pomunky Neck, viz., 76 A., "'Wheeler's Adventure,," 250 A., "'The Chance," 460 A., "Carrick," 420 A., "Hickory Hills,"
    220 A.,"The Hogg Penn,-" 160 A., joining "Hickory Hills" afsd. and land of Joshua Marshall, also -1/2 ",'Friendship,' held in partnership with John Brook at Mattawoman.
    Should 3 daus. afsd.., or anyone of them, die without issue, son William to inherit portion of deceased, and sd. son dying without issue, his share to pass in turn to sd. daus. and hrs.
    To: Col. Thos. Addison, Jno. Stoddart, John Batie, Richard Edgar, William Tanyhill and Rev. Nathaniel Taylor, personalty.
    To brother George Hutchison, gift of personalty which is to be sent home to him.
    To wife Sarah,, all lands not disposed of., and those obtained by marriage with her; also, residue of personal estate, jointly, with daus. and son William afsd, Child. to remain with wife during their minority; if she die., to be placed with Protestants.
    Ext.: James Stoddart and John Battie.
    Test: Thos. Noble., Francis Wheeler, Robt. Clyde. 13. 317.
    ===
    PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY LAND RECORDS, Indenture, 8 December 1697
    From: WILLIAM HUTCHESON of P. G. County, and his wife SARAH.
    To: FFRANCIS GOODERWEEK JR. of Charles Co. Price: 8000 lbs. tobacco
    Property: 228 acres being the southwest half of a tract called "Oxmontown" on Piscataway Branch in P. G. County, formerly Charles County, bounding on ROBERT WADE'S land on Piscataway Branch, and on "Dubling."
    Signatures: WILLIAM HUCHISON and SARAH HUCHISON
    Wit.: JOHN SYK (mark), FFRANCIS GOODERWEEK, SENIOR
    Ackn'd: WILLIAM HUTCHESON and SARAH his wife, 8 December 1697.
    Recorded: 7 November 1698, Vol. A, p. 156
    ===
    PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY LAND RECORDS, Deed, 8 January 1699
    From: WILLIAM HUTCHESON and wife SARAH, and ROB'T MIDDLETON and wife MARY, both of P. G. Co. To: FFRANCIS MARBURY of P. G. Co.
    Price: 20,000 lbs. tobacco
    Property: All the tract called "Apple Hill" in P. G. County, bounding on "Exeter" laid out for JOHN WHEELER on the north side of Piscataway main branch; 522 acres.
    Signatures: WILLIAM HUTCHISON, SARAH HUTCHISON, ROBERT MIDDLTON, MARY MIDDLETON.
    Wit.: RICH'D EDELIN, HICKFORD LEMAN
    Ackn'd: WILLIAM HUTCHISON and wife SARAH; ROBERT MIDDLETON and wife MARY; 20 January 1699.
    Recorded: (date unspecified), Vol. A, p. 295
    ===
    PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY LAND RECORDS, Deed, 1 May 1701
    From: JOHN ADDISON of P. G. County, and wife REBECCA; and WILLIAM HUTCHISON of P. G. County, and wife SARAH.
    To: JAMES GREEN of P. G. County, and THOMAS FREDERICK of P. G. Co.
    Price: 15,000 lbs. tobacco
    Property: All the 600 acre tract "Strife" in P. G. Co. on the north side of Mattawoman Branch, bounding on the main road from Piscataway to Port Tobacco now called the lower road, and on the upper road to Port Tobacco.
    Signatures: JNO. ADDISON, WM. HUTCHISON
    Wit.: WILLIAM TANYHILL, ROBT. WADE
    Ackn'd: JOHN ADDISON, Esq., and wife REBECCA; and WILLIAM HUTCHISON and wife SARAH, 1 May 1701.
    Recorded: 9 July 1701, Vol. A, p. 387
    ===
    CC Circuit Court Liber Z, page 4
    Recorded at request of William Hutchinson:
    9 Jan 1702; Indenture from Samuell Taylor of PGCo. and Verlinda his wife, one of the daus of Robert Doyne, Gent, to William Hutchinson of PGCo., merchant; at the time of his death, Robert owned diverse tracts and parcels of land, in particular 2 tracts; one containing 550 acres granted him by patent 9 June 1676 called "Rotterdam"; the other adjoining same on the lower side called "IndianTowne" of 600 acres conveyed to him on 11 March 1685 by William Whittington, Gent of Accomack County, Virginia, now of Somerset Co MD.; Robert Died intestate and his children were, Wharton, William, Sarah, Virlinda, Ellinor, and Mary; estate descended to Wharton as eldest son; William inherited this land at the death of Wharton; William d. intestate and Virlinda who m. Samuel Taylor inherited 1/4 of the land and sold to William Hutchinson for £70 /s/ Samuell Taylor, Virlinda Taylor; Wit Francis Wheeler, George Busse, Henry Pickett; ack. 9 Jan 1702/3 by Samuel and Virlinda Taylor.
    ===
    Charles County Maryland Land Records, Liber Z, Page 171
    Recorded at request of Thomas Wheeler:
    29 May 1704; Indenture from William Hutchison, Gent. of Prince George's County, and Sarah his wife, to Mary Wheeler, d/o Francis and Winifred Wheeler; for love of Mary Wheeler; parcel called Mount Pleasant on south side of Piney Branch that runs into Mattawoman Branch; containing 164 acres by certificate dated 18 Jun 1690; /s/ Wm. Hutchison, Sarah Hutchison; wit. James Stoddert, Henry Pickett; 29 May 1704 William Hutchison and Sarah his wife ack. deed before John Hawkins and James Stoddert; 29 Jun 1704 Edward Willett, Deputy. Clk., certified John Hawkins and James Stoddert as justices for Prince George's Co.; Thomas Wheeler recorded deed and paid alienation for 164 acres
    ===
    Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 39; Indenture, no date
    From: Samuel Taylor and Verlinda Taylor of Prince George's County
    To: Mr. William Hutchison and his wife Sarah of Prince George's County
    Satarday's Work of 600 acres formerly in Charles County; for a "certain indenture or bargaine & sale....for halfe of a certaine parcell of land given Verlinda Taylor by the will of her late father Robert Doyne"; bounded by Run of Kiskonken Creek, a tide run, and Zechia Manor Signed: Sam'll Taylor and Verlinda Taylor
    Witnessed: Thos. Greenfeild
    Memorandum: Verlinda Taylor examined 9 Jan 1702/3 by Tho. Greenfeild and John Wight
    ===
    Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 53: Indenture, 24 May 1703
    From: William Hutchison of Prince George's County, Gent.
    To: John Smith, planter of Prince George's County
    For 100£all 654 acres of that parcel of land called Hoop Yard and all the parcel called Houp's Addition containing "the meets and bounds" of both parcels lying in Prince George's County on the north side of the Eastern Branch of the Potomac River; bounded by land of Wallter Thompson, land called Duddington Manner belonging to Mr. Roziar; Royal mines excepted
    Signed: Wm. Hutchison
    Witnessed: R. Bradly and James Stoddart
    Memorandum: 24 May 1703 endorsement on back of deed of Sarah Hutchison, wife of William; examined by R. Bradly and James Stoddart
    Alienation: 29 May 1703 John Smith paid the sum of 1£/6s

    ===
    EFSM III page 323 Corrections and Additions

    In Volume I, p. 161 and Volume I, Revised, p. 155, the fate of the first three children of Robert Doyne was omitted. The following land record in Charles County shows these children were deceased by 1714:
    8 Mar 1714; Indenture from Nicholas Dorson [Dawson] of Prince George's County, planter, and Mary his wife, one of the daughters of Robert Doyne, Gent., decd, to James Stoddert of Prince George's Co.; Robert Doyne, at the time of his decease, was seized of diverse tracts of land particularly a parcel on Nanjemy Creek called Rotterdam of 550 acres patented 9 Jun 1676; adjoining tract called Indian Town conveyed by William Whittington then of Accomack County, Virginia, now of Somerset County, Maryland, dated 11 Mar 1685; Robert Doyne died intestate and his 6 children were Wharton Doyne, William Doyne, Sarah, Virlinda, Elinor and Mary Doyne; from Wharton Doyne eldest son and heir, who died in infancy (that is to say not yet 21), to his brother William Doyne, who also died in infancy; Elinor d. 1705; Mary, wife of Nicholas Dawson, inherited 1/3 of the lands; this indenture for 2,500# tobacco; Rotterdam of 550 acres and Nanjemy Indian Town of 600 acres; /s/ Nicho. Dawson, Mary Dawson; wit. The. Addison, F. Wheeler; ack. by Nicholas and Mary Dawson (CCLR F#2.59).
    ===
    Charles County Maryland Circuit Court Records, Liber H#2, Page 415
    28 Mar 1721; Recorded at request of John Hutchinson:
    25 Nov 1720; Indenture from John Brown of Prince George's and Verlinda his wife, one of the daus. of Robert Doyne, John Hutchinson, eldest son and heir of William Hutchinson of Prince George's County, dec'd; at the time of his death Robert Doyne was seized of several parcels of Ian one called Lyons Denn and another called Fendalls Delight together containing 450 acres; Doyne died intestate; his children were Wharton, William, Sarah, Virlinda, Minor and Mary Doyne; two tracts eventually descended to Virlinda and her husband John Brown; for £21.6.6 and 3,000# tobacco Hutchinson purchased the above tracts; /s/ Virlinda Brown wit. Geo. Beak, James Stoddert, Jr.; 25 Nov 1720 Hutchinson paid above; 25 Nov 1720 Virlinda Brown ack. Deed
    ====
    Acts of the General Assembly Hitherto Unprinted 1694-1698, 1711-1729
    Liber LL, 5 Acts Acts of 1724, ch. 5
    An Act declareing what Estate Gabriel Parker and Anne his wife, John Abbington and Mary his wife, William Hutcheson, and William Pile and Elizabeth his wife have in the Lands Severally devised to them by William Hutcheson Gentleman dec'd.

    Whereas Gabriel Parker and Anne his wife John Abbington and Mary his wife William Hutcheson, William Pile and Elizabeth his wife by their humble petition to his Excellency the Governeur and the Upper and lower houses of this Present General Assembly have Set forth that William Hutcheson late of Prince George's County Gentleman decd by his last will and Testament bearing date the thirteenth day of December Anno Dni Seventeen hundred and Eight devised Severall tracts and Parcells of Land to these Petitioners in manner as follows

    I give and devise to my daughter Anne Hutcheson and her heirs for Ever the Land Piscataway fforrest about Seven hundred Acres As Also the Land "Sangwhare" three hundred and ffifty Acres And the Part of "Jesmund" I bought of Mark Hampton about two hundred and twenty Acres And my Part of "friendship" fifty Acres And All that Part of "Hazzard' from the Main Road to Piscataway Creek where the Store House Stands as also thirty five Acres of Land Called "Littleworth" and the Land Called "Strife" lying upon Mattawoman in Partnership with Thomas Addison Estimate Eight hundred Acres the whole my Part four hundred (the which said Anne Hutcheson is Since Intermarried with Gabriel Parker One of the aforesaid Petitioners)

    I give and Devise to my Daughter Mary and her heirs for ever my half of the Land "Whitehaven" about Seven hundred and Sixty acres in partnership with Thomas Addison as Also my half of the Land Called "Carlyle" About One hundred and Sixty Acres as Also my half of the Land Called "Friendship in Partnership" with the said Addison About Eight hundred and ffifty Acres And One Tract Called the "Vineyard" about One hundred and fifty Acres and two thirds of the Land Called 'Saturdays Work' And One Tract Called "Speedwell' adjoyning thereunto both on Henson's branch together with the Land Called "Carick ffergus" About One hundred and Eighty Acres together wth my half of the Mill that Stands thereon And my half of "Want Water" thirty two acres in all (the which Mary is Since Intermarried with John Abbington likewise One of the aforesd Petitioners)

    I give and Devise unto my Son William the Land Called "Rotterdam" and ffive hundred and ffifty acres And the "Indian Town" Six hundred Acres on Nanjemy Creek as Also my Part of "Wheelers purchase" bought of John Middleton and Hillory Ball and the land Joynt Interest Joyning thereon Lying on the South Side of Pamunkie Creek to him and his heirs for ever

    I give and devise to my daughter Elizabeth all the Land in Pamunkie Neck (Viz) "Wheelers Adventure" About Seventy Six Acres "the Chance" about two hundred and ffifty Acres "Carrick" about four hundred and Sixty Acres as Also the "Hiccory Hills" four hundred and twenty one Acres as Also the "Hogg Pen "Joyning thereto about two hundred and twenty Acres And Another Tract on the North End thereof Joyning to the said "Hiccory Hill"s And the Land of Joshua Marshall about One hundred and Sixty Acres. As Also my half of two hundred and twenty Acres Called "Friendship in Partnership" with John Brook on Mattawoman to her and her heirs forever the which Elizabeth is since married with William Pile

    Also one of the Aforesaid Petitioners And further the aforesaid Petitioners haveing Also Set forth in their Petition that in the next Succeeding Paragraph of the afore recited will the Deceased William Hutcheson haveing by his said will Settled upon his Son John All his Estate lying in North Brittain made a Provision to Barr his Said son John from haveing Any Interest in Any of his Aforementioned Lands whilst any of his Children to whom they are Devised were living.
    The Tenour of which Paragraph follows in these words. And my will is that if any of my three Daughters die without lawfull Issue that the lands hereby given them or to my son William if he Die without Issue shall be Equally Divided Among the three Surviving, And if two dye to the Other two living And if three Dye All to the Other And that my Son John have no Interest in Any of my Lands in Maryland Except they all four dye without Issue I mean Such Lands as are herein devised as by the said will Reference being
    thereto had may more fully and at Large Appear And the Petitioners likewise in their Said Petition haveing set forth that they have been Advised that the before recited Paragraph of the deceaseds will may be Understood to Amount to an Entaile upon All the Lands devised as above to the Petitioners which they verily believe was never so Intended by the deceased which they Alledge in their said Petition may be very well gathered from the severall devises themselves to the Petitioners being all to them and their heirs for Ever And not Only so but it being Contrary to the Bent and Inclination of the Deceased's Mind the Intailing of any Lands which he has frequently Expressed in words when in Conversation with his friends And forasmuch as the said Gabriel Parker and Anne his wife John Abbington and Mary his wife William Hutcheson William Pile and Elizabeth his wife have made their Several Allegations mentioned as aforesaid Sufficiently Appear to this Generall Assembly by Undoubted Testimony And that as the said Petitioners by their Said Petition have Prayed An Act may Pass for their releif in the Premises aforesaid It is humbly Prayed that it may be Enacted and Declared And be it Enacted and Declared by the Right Honourable the Lord Proprietor by and with the Advice and Consent of his Lordships Governeur and the Upper and lower Houses of Assembly and the Authority of the Same That the said Gabriel Parker and Anne his wife John Abbington & Mary his wife William Hutcheson, William Pile and Elizabeth his wife have and may by Vertue of this Act hold & Enjoy the Same Estate in All those Lands severally devised to them by the said deceased William Hutcheson by the four several recited paragraphs of his will in as full and Ample manner to All Intents and Purposes as they might or Could have done if that before recited paragraph in the said will Barring his son John from haveing any Interest in Any of his Lands in Maryland devised as aforesaid had never been made and Inserted therein Any thing in the said Paragraph that may Seem to the Contrary in Anywise notwithstanding Saving to his Lordship the Lord Proprietor and all Bodies politick and Corporate and all Others not mentioned in this Act their Several and respective Rights.
    ===

    Children:
    1. John Hutchison was born in 1696 in Prince George's County, Maryland; died in 1735 in Prince George's County, Maryland.
    2. Anne Hutchison was born in 1698 in Prince George's County, Maryland; died on 24 Dec 1762 in Calvert County, Maryland - Probate.
    3. William Hutchison was born before 1699 in Prince George's County, Maryland; died in Dec 1731 in Charles County, Maryland - Inventory.
    4. 3. Mary Hutchison was born in 1700 in Prince George's County, Maryland; died after 1755 in Prince George's County, Maryland.
    5. Elizabeth Hutchison was born between 1702 and 1711 in Prince George's County, Maryland; died after 1750 in Charles County, Maryland.
    6. George Hutchison was born before 1709 in Prince George's County, Maryland; died after 1711 in Prince George's County, Maryland.


Generation: 4

  1. 8.  Maryland Abbington
    Children:
    1. John Abbington was born before 1641 in Dowdeswell, Gloucestershire, England; died in Nov 1694 in Calvert County, Maryland - Probate in London.
    2. 4. Andrew Abbington was born before 1671; died on 9 Nov 1691 in Calvert County, Maryland - Probate.

  2. 12.  Family Hutchinson
    Children:
    1. John Hitchinson was born before 1650; died on 18 Dec 1667 in Charles County, Maryland.
    2. 6. William Hutchison was born before 1667 in Sanqubar, Ayreshire, Scotland; died on 23 Apr 1711 in Prince George's County, Maryland - Probate.
    3. William {Land Records1} Hutchison was born before 1667 in Sanqubar, Ayreshire, Scotland.
    4. William {Land Records2} Hutchison was born before 1667 in Sanqubar, Ayreshire, Scotland.
    5. Thomas Dr. Hutchison was born about 1673; died on 23 Aug 1698 in Charles County, Maryland - Probate.
    6. George Hutchison was born before 1690 in Prince George's County, Maryland.
    7. Jane Hutchison was born before 1692 in Scotland.
    8. William Hutchison was born in 1722; died after 1776 in Prince George's County, Maryland.

  3. 14.  Robert Doyne was born before 1647 in County Wexford, Ireland; died on 23 Jul 1689 in "Carrick Fergus", Charles County, Maryland - Inventory.

    Notes:

    ===
    Charles County Land Records, Liber Q, Page 11
    COURT OF 10 JUN 1690
    Petition of Anne Doyne, relict of Robert Doyne, dec'd; requests her husband's will be sent to probate
    ===
    Charles County Land Records, Liber Q, Page 15
    COURT OF 9 SEP 1690
    Memo of the will of Robert Doyne taken by Richard Boughton and intended to be drawn into a will; 20 Jul 1689;
    To wife Anne Doyne, extx., lifetime interest in plantation where I now live;
    to son Wharton Doyne the land at Goose Creek when he comes of age;
    wife to have timber from gate to Craxston's Quarter;
    to dau. Sarah Doyne, Saturday's Works of 600 acres at Piscataway;
    to daus. Verlinda and Elinor, 600 acres apiece of land last surveyed by Mr. Hutchinson;
    to son William Doyne, 1,000 acres of land in Baltimore Co. called Constant Friendship and 14,000 or 16,000 acres of land in Somerset Co.;
    to dau. Mary Doyne land at Zachia, two tracts called Lyons Denn and Fendall's Delight; if there be unborn child..-to have Carry [Carrick] Fergus at head of Broad Creeke joining Sarah;
    estate to be in custody of extx. until children come of age;
    24 Jul the following made oath regarding above: Richard Boughton; Honoria Boughton; Joshua Doyne, Gent.; brother of dec'd; Madam Anne Burford; Samuell Haworth, Jane Burford
    ===
    Robert Doyne 16.243 I #22546 1695
    List of debts: Thomas Whichaley, Mrs, Delaroach, Capt, Rand., Brandt, Richard Wae, Madam Neale, John Harrison, Francis Lurting, Joseph Cooper, Jo. Gooch, Richard Ashman, B. Burroughs, William Timothy, George Newman, Jos. Russell, J. Duglass (Cooper), Thomas Taylor, William Bournam, Robert Wider, William Marshall, Nicho. Bellamie, William Thompson, William Hungerfoot, Fra. Mason, Domingo Agambre, Michell Minooke, Henry Hawkins, John Butcher, Edward Guile, John Wood, John Wilkinson, Edward Saunders, John Godshall, John Clarke, John Clements, Mark Lampton, Robert Robins, Richard Garworth, John Hamond, Thomas Lewis, Thomas Lewis per Richard Hubbard, James Baker, Thomas Rigg, Mr. John Wheeler, Philip Hoskins, John Maning, Henry Hexon, John Gray, Ja. Hemsley, Richard Price, Ja. Marting, Edward Maingt (?), John Wright, Abra, Sapsole, William Thomas, Edward Rookewood, Cuth. Musgrave, Charles Hanson, George Miller, Math. Sannds, William Boyden, Fra. Chumble, John BearCroft, Law Ratchford, William Holland, George Parke, Capt. William Barton, George Langham, Charles Ashton in Virginia,
    ===
    Robert Doyne 15.31 A May 20, 1697
    Payments to James Weeks (Bricklayer), George Layfield, Elizabeth Baker, John Rodgers, Edward Till, John Wincall, Joshua Doyne, Garrett Vansweringen, Mrs. Ester Cordea, William Newman, Ann Fowke, Thomas Chapman, Philip Mason, John Bayne, John Booth, Michael Martin, Mr. Robert Carvill, Hon. Sir Thomas Lawrence, Mr. Robert Yates, Mr. John Addison, William Morse, Philip Hoskins (administrator of Dr. John Lemarr), Thomas Dickason, Col. Johm Courts, Mr. Henry Lowe, Col. Humphrey Warren, Col. Henry Darnall, Philip Mason, Dr. John Cornish, Mr. Cleborne Lomax, Maj. Nicholas Sewall, Mr. Garret Vanswaringen, Mr. Joshua Doyne, Ignatius Wheeler, Lawrence Rotchford, Mr. John Bayne, Mr. William Thompson, Mr. James Smallwood note drawen on Daniell Henly, Mr. William Taylard, John Brassheer, Mr. Robert Barrot, Mr. Charles Carroll due to the estate of Anthony Underwood, Dr. James Kingberry, John Godshall, Mr. Charles Carroll , MR. JOHN WILDER, Mr. George Ellowaye (administrator of Thomas Ellowaie), Mary Macock, Thomas Witchally, Mr. Thomas Burford, Mr. William Stone, for judgement recovered from Edward Minge & John Fauker, Mr. George Brent, Mr. Thomas Jenkins, Mr. John Barecroft, Mr. James Neale, Erazmus Greene, Mr. James Cullen, Emanuel Radcliff, William Newman per Mr. Plater, Mr. Thompson for note by John Grey, Robert Thompson, Edward Potter, Joshua Graves, John Stone for Benony Thomas, Col John Addisone, Thomas Hussey, James Smallwood, William Stone, William Newman, Theobalds judgement against Stone, Maj. Wheeler, Henry Hawkins, Robert Thompson, John Bratcher.
    Executrix: Ann Plater wife of George Plater, Esq.
    ===
    Robert Doyne (gentleman) 15.134 A Aug 13 1697
    Received from: Col. Edward Pye, Cleborne Lomax, Mr, Phillip Hoskins, John Allen, Thomas Williams, Ralph Smith, Michaell Ashford, Nicholas Wife, Henry Robins, Thomas Jones, George Delahay, John Schallert Matthew Saunders, Richard Way, Lance Wilkinson, Richard Nellson, Giles Collier, Matthew Dyke, Paul Burrowes, William Jenkins, Joseph Cornall, George Scroggin - ------ Cherrybub, William Burnham, John Smith, John Diegoe, Daniel Jenckins, John Duggkes, Henry Hawkins (administrator of Saunder Smith), John Hawkins, Nicholas Skidmore, Gilbert Marsh, Humphrey Jones, Robert Benson, William West, Robert Midleton, Thomas Smoote, Dorothy Charleson, Thomas Chapman, John Parker, John Hamond, John Compton, George Richards (merchant) in London, Edward Lashwell (merchant) in London, Ralph Shaw, Maj. William Dent, Col, John Courts, Mary Robinsone, Moses Jones, John Godshall, James Fenley, George Plater*
    Mentions John Theobalds and his wife Mary.
    Executrix: Anne Plater, wife of George Plater,
    ===
    Robert Doyne 16.74 A {1697/8}
    Received from: Mr. Cleborne Lomax, Cornelius Butwell. Payments to: Mr. William Hutchins, Mr. William Stone. Executrix: Ann Plater, wife of George Plater.
    ===
    Charles County Land Records, Liber Q, Page 46
    COURT OF 10 Nov 1691
    George Plater and Anne, exs. of Robert Doyne, dec'd, late High Sheriff of Charles County; inventory listed; 12 Nov 1691
    ===
    Charles County Land Records, Liber Q, Page 54
    COURT OF 14 JUNE 1692
    Wharton Doyne and William Doyne, two orphan sons of Robert Doyne, presented
    ===
    Charles County Land Records, Liber Q, Page 57
    COURT OF 9 AUG 1692
    Regarding Wharton Doyne and William Doyne, two orphans of Robert Doyne
    ===

    1 Robert DOYNE b: ABT. 1647
    + Mary STONE b: ABT. 1636 d: AFT. 1696 (uncomfortable with this marriage)
    2 Wharton DOYNE
    2 William DOYNE
    2 Eleanor DOYNE
    2 Verlinda DOYNE b: BET. 1660 - 1680
    + Samuell TAYLOR
    2 Sarah DOYNE b: BET. 1660 - 1680 d: BEF. 1711
    + William HUTCHINSON d: ABT. 1711
    2 Mary DOYNE b: BET. 1682 - 1684 d: DEC 1734
    + Nicholas DAWSON b: ABT. 1678 d: ABT. 1727
    3 John DAWSON b: BET. 1706 - 1718
    3 Thomas DAWSON b: BET. 1706 - 1718
    3 George DAWSON b: BET. 1718 - 1734
    3 Nicholas DAWSON b: BET. 1718 - 1734
    3 William DAWSON b: ABT. 1720
    + Martha UNKNOWN
    + Anne BURFORD
    ===
    Robert Doyne 16.74 A [SM 1698]
    Received from: Mr, Cleborne Lomax, Cornelius Butwell.
    Payments to: Mr, William Hutchins, Mr. William Stone,
    Executrix: Anne Plater, wife of George Plater
    ===
    Robert and his brother Josua were transported to MD from Ireland abt 1670. They were an Anglican family from County Wexford. Robert returned to Ireland and then came back to MD in 1680
    1 Jan 1675 he and his unnamed wife who were among the witnesses of the marriage of Roger Boyden and Susanna Clarke at Robert Thompson's house, the document states the marriage was not lawful (is this because it was Catholic?) Charles Co, Records.

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    Charles Gregory 6.667 A CH #69119 #78222 Mar 4 1679
    Payments to: Elisabeth Young, John Stone, Josias Fendall, Ellinor Bayne, Richard Dod, judgment vs. John Cager former administrator of deceased, Richard Edelen, Thomas Notley, Esq., John Long paid to Henry Bonner, Richard Ashman, Robert Carvile for defending vs ------ Doyne & vs - ------ Allen & vs.-----
    Rumsy, Benjamin Rozier.
    List of debts: William Stannard, Walter Jones, Daniell Kelley John Curtis & Randall Peeters, William Gandey, John Greene, Capt. Allen (dead), Robert Barrett (can't be found), John Gillham, James Munkister (nothing to be found),, Margery Downes (dead), Jacob Leach (runaway), Seybret Maycock, John Vowell,, Henry Norman, Thomas Hooper, Morgan Evans, Daniell Kelley, Clement Thompson, Thomas Hatries, Samuely Sherrie (dead), Thomas Keiching, William Stanyard, Bryan Ward, Nathaniell Stanton, William Wardter, Charles Russell, Stephen Champ, Joseph Calley, Francis Wyne, Robert Greene, Matthew Hill, John Fanning, Ellinor Beane, Thomas Stone, George Credwell, Richard Ashman,, Thomas Mudd,, Joshua Doyne, John Morris, Benjamin Rozier, Esq., Joseph Manning, Robert Hewet, Robert Doyne, Capt, Fendall, William Groome (dead), Thomas Notley,
    Esq., Mr. Clipsham the administrator, John Sheppard, Richard Smoote, Robert Rowland, John Smith, Thomas Gerrard, William Chandler, James Littlepage, Capt. Aspinall, Robert Thompson (nothing to be found), John Bracker, Robert Teate, Robert Thompson, Phillip Combs, Thomas Baker, Henry Bonner.
    Administrator: Thomas Clipsham.
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    Mr. James Nuthall 8,457 I [CA] £196.11.0 Oct 16 1685
    Appraisers: Robert Done [Doyne], John Dosset.
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    James Wheeler 9.188, A CH £33.19.1 #13404 Aug 16 1686
    The amount of the inventory is equivalent to #8149,
    Payments to: Ignatius Warren, William Newman, William Dent, George Brent, Thomas Gavan, Thomas Hussy, Edward Rookard, Mrs. Mary Chandler, Cornelius Maddocks, Richard Harrison, Thomas Wheeler, Roger Dickenson, Humphrey Warren, Dr. John Lemair, John Wheeler, Ralph Shawe, Mr. Robert Doyne, Henry Hardy per receipt of Mr. Burford, Samuel Cockett, John Booker, Robert Taylour.
    Executrix: Katharine Jones, wife of Moses Jones.
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    John Probartt 9.418 A CH £2.18,6 #3822 Sep 13 1687
    The amount of the inventory also included £0.5.0 and #2826.
    Payments to: Thomas Hussey, Phil. Hoskins & Robert Middleton, Ignatius Cousin, James Wheeler, Richard Boughton, Mr. George Thompson, Mr, Robert Doyne, Mr, James Heath.
    Administrator: Maj. John Wheeler,
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    Dawson, Mary, Prince George County, 14th Dec., 1734; 24th Jan., 1734-5.
    To son John and hrs., rights and titles in dwelling plantation "Satursday Work."
    To son Thomas and hrs., rights and title in "Constant Friendship," Bush R., Baltimore Co.
    To sons William and George and their hrs., rights and title in "Spring Banks," Somerset Co.
    To son Nicholas and hrs., rights and title in "Sligo," near E. branch of Potomac, sd. tracts having come to testatrix from father Robert Doyne, deceased.
    Sons George and Nicholas being minors to choose which of their brothers they will live with.
    Son John, ex. and resid. legatee.
    Test: John Lowe, John Lowe, Jr., Thomas Grenehalgh. 21, 311.
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    Thomas Rigge 10.228 A CH £7.12,8 #3110 Apr 5 1689
    Payments to: Mr. Robert Doyne, Emanuell Ratcliff, Maj. Wheeler, John Blomfelld.
    Administrator: John Gardner.
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    Charles County Circuit Court Liber P, Page 99
    12 Mar 1688; Indenture from Robert Middleton to Robert Doyne; for 10,000# tobacco; a parcel called Saturday's Work; laid out for 400 acres; /s/ Robert Middleton, Mary Middleton (mark); wit. Hum. Warren, John Courts, Clebome Lomax
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    Charles County Circuit Court Liber F, Cover Page
    Roger Boyden and Susanna Clarke was not lawfully joined in matrimony at Mr. Robert Thompson's house by Mr. Robert Barrott in ye presence of Mr. Robert Doyne and his wife, Mr. John Fanning, Mr. James Boreman on ye first day of January Anno Dom. 1675
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    Charles County Circuit Court Liber I, Page 33
    8 Aug 1680; Indenture from Jno. Douglas, cooper, to Lewis Jones, planter; for 1,000# tobacco a parcel called Douglas Adventure of 100 acres; /s/ Jno. Douglas; wit. Robert Doyne, Rando. Brandt; ack. in open court by Jno. Douglas
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    Charles County Circuit Court Liber M, Page 165
    9 Mar 1685; Indenture from Gilbert Clarke of St. Mary's County, Gent., to Joshua Doyne of St. Mary's Co.; for 6,000# tobacco; a parcel of land on the north side of the Potomac; bounded by land of John Thomkinson near a bluff point, called Maryland Point, and the river; containing 400 acres laid out for Philip Land 19 Aug 1658; sold to John Askins of St. Mary's Co. 9 Jul in the 44th year of the reign of Cecillius; conveyed to Rebekah Askins his wife; conveyed to Clarke 1 Jun 1685 after death of Rebekah; /s/ Gilbert Clark; wit. William Dent, Robt. Doyne
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    Charles County Circuit Court Liber P, Page 179
    11 Jun 1689; Indenture from John Wheeler, Gent., to Robert Doyne, Gent.; for 8,000# tobacco; lots no. 10 and 11 in Chandler Town at the head of Portobacco Creek; /s/ John Wheeler (mark); wit. Wm. Barton, Henry Hawkins, Cleborne Lomax
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    Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 39; Indenture, no date
    From: Samuel Taylor and Verlinda Taylor of Prince George's County
    To: Mr. William Hutchison and his wife Sarah of Prince George's County
    Satarday's Work of 600 acres formerly in Charles County; for a "certain indenture or bargaine & sale....for halfe of a certaine parcell of land given Verlinda Taylor by the will of her late father Robert Doyne"; bounded by Run of Kiskonken Creek, a tide run, and Zechia Manor Signed: Sam'll Taylor and Verlinda Taylor
    Witnessed: Thos. Greenfeild
    Memorandum: Verlinda Taylor examined 9 Jan 1702/3 by Tho. Greenfeild and John Wight
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    Charles County Circuit Court - Liber F#2, Page 59
    22 Aug 1715; Recorded at request of James Stoddert of Prince George's Co.:
    8 Mar 1714; Indenture from Nicholas Dorson [Dawson] of Prince George's County, planter, and Mary his wife, one of the daughters of Robert Doyne, Gent., dec'd, to James Stoddert of Prince George's Co.; Robert Doyne, at the time of his decease, was seized of diverse tracts of land particularly a parcel on NanjemyCreek called Rotterdam of 550 acres patented 9 Jun 1676; adjoining tract called Indian Town conveyed by William Whittington then of Accomack County, Virginia, now of Somerset County, Maryland, dated 11 Mar 1685; Robert Doyne died intestate and his 6 children were Wharton Doyne, William Doyne, Sarah, Virlinda, Elinor and Mary Doyne; from Wharton Doyne eldest son and heir, who died in infancy (that is to say not yet 21), to his brother William Doyne, who also died in infancy; Elinor d. 1705; Mary, wife of Nicholas Dawson, inherited 113 of the lands; this indenture for 2,500# tobacco; Rotterdam of 550 acres and Nanjemy Indian Town of 600 acres; /s/ Nicho. Dawson, Mary Dawson; wit. Tho. Addison, F. Wheeler; ack. by Nicholas and Mary Dawson
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    EFSM III page 323 Corrections and Additions

    In Volume I, p. 161 and Volume I, Revised, p. 155, the fate of the first three children of Robert Doyne was omitted. The following land record in Charles County shows these children were deceased by 1714:
    8 Mar 1714; Indenture from Nicholas Dorson [Dawson] of Prince George's County, planter, and Mary his wife, one of the daughters of Robert Doyne, Gent., decd, to James Stoddert of Prince George's Co.; Robert Doyne, at the time of his decease, was seized of diverse tracts of land particularly a parcel on Nanjemy Creek called Rotterdam of 550 acres patented 9 Jun 1676; adjoining tract called Indian Town conveyed by William Whittington then of Accomack County, Virginia, now of Somerset County, Maryland, dated 11 Mar 1685; Robert Doyne died intestate and his 6 children were Wharton Doyne, William Doyne, Sarah, Virlinda, Elinor and Mary Doyne; from Wharton Doyne eldest son and heir, who died in infancy (that is to say not yet 21), to his brother William Doyne, who also died in infancy; Elinor d. 1705; Mary, wife of Nicholas Dawson, inherited 1/3 of the lands; this indenture for 2,500# tobacco; Rotterdam of 550 acres and Nanjemy Indian Town of 600 acres; /s/ Nicho. Dawson, Mary Dawson; wit. The. Addison, F. Wheeler; ack. by Nicholas and Mary Dawson (CCLR F#2.59).
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    Charles County Land Records, Liber F#2, Page 76
    20 December 1715; Recorded at request of James Stoddert of Prince George's Co.:
    21 Oct 1715; Indenture from John Brown, joiner, and Virlinda, his wife, dau. of Robert Doyne, Gent., dec'd, to James Stoddart of Prince George's Co.; parcels called Rotterdam of 550 acres patented by Robert Doyne 9 Jun 1676 and The Indian Town of 600 acres by assignment I I Mar 1685 from William Whittington then of Accomack, Virginia, now of Somerset County, Maryland [repeat of information in F#2.59]; /s/ Jno. Browne, Virlinder Browne; wit. Richd. Edgar, Will Marshall; ack.
    Oct 1715 by Jno. Brown and Virlinda his wife
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    Charles County Maryland Circuit Court Records, Liber H#2, Page 415
    28 Mar 1721; Recorded at request of John Hutchinson:
    25 Nov 1720; Indenture from John Brown of Prince George's and Verlinda his wife, one of the daus. of Robert Doyne, John Hutchinson, eldest son and heir of William Hutchinson of Prince George's County, dec'd; at the time of his death Robert Doyne was seized of several parcels of Ian one called Lyons Denn and another called Fendalls Delight together containing 450 acres; Doyne died intestate; his children were Wharton, William, Sarah, Virlinda, Minor and Mary Doyne; two tracts eventually descended to Virlinda and her husband John Brown; for £21.6.6 and 3,000# tobacco Hutchinson purchased the above tracts; /s/ Virlinda Brown wit. Geo. Beak, James Stoddert, Jr.; 25 Nov 1720 Hutchinson paid above; 25 Nov 1720 Virlinda Brown ack. Deed
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    1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 328-186: SATURDAYS WORK: 250 acres; Possession of - 250 Acres - Contee, John Col: Surveyed 2 Aug 1689 for John Fanning near the head of Wicomico River at a bound oak by the road the bounds of the land in poss of Richard Robinson.: Conveyance notes - Refer to Folio 330 (duplicate record),
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    1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 330-197: SATURDAYS WORK: 150 acres; Possession of - 150 Acres - Contee, John Col: Surveyed (no time named (1673) for Richard Watson on the East side Potomac River in the woods on the back of his own land formerly laid out … belonging to John Addison: Conveyance notes - 250 Acres - Alexander Smith Hawkins & Kenaith McKensie from Alexander Contee; 27 April 1726 Folio 328, (mm note: Folio 328 is for 150 Acres and Folio 330 is for 250 ),, , , ,

    Robert married Mary Stone before 10 Mar 1674/75 in Charles County, Maryland. Mary (daughter of William Governor Stone and Verlinda Graves) was born in 1642 in St Mary's County, Maryland; died in 1686 in Charles County, Maryland. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  4. 15.  Mary Stone was born in 1642 in St Mary's County, Maryland (daughter of William Governor Stone and Verlinda Graves); died in 1686 in Charles County, Maryland.

    Notes:

    probably a Mary Stone, but not the Mary Stone that married William Tucker & Thomas Daynes.

    Mary (Marie) Stone, b. abt 1636 and died after 1696. She married first, William TUCKER, Jr. and second, Thomas DAYNES

    Mary/Marie (Stone) Tucker, relict of William Tucker of Warwick, Virginia on 6/24/1653 made a marriage contract with Thomas Daynes. This contract was recorded in Latin 7/4/1653-4 and in English on 12/13/1653 and recorded in Norfolk County, Virginia on 4/15/1656. In the contract Marie testified that her former husband, William Tucker had left two minor children in her care; John Tucker, a child by William's former wife and Roger Tucker, which was a child by Marie.

    As I slowly read through your note, I believe you are indicating that Benoni was the son of an unknown Thomas & Mary Stone. [dau of William Stone and Verlinda Graves]

    I have this Mary Stone born abt 1636 marrying Robert Doyne. But you are saying she was also married first to Benoni's father.

    you also state that Catherine Stone did not marry Benoni Thomas, but in fact married Katherine Boughton [dau of Richard Boughton, Secretary of Maryland who m. aft 24 Jun 1668 Verlinda Cotton [dau of Rev. William Cotton and Anne Graves].

    Mary Stone m. (2) Robert Doyne.

    Children:
    1. Elizabeth Doyne was born in 1670 in Va.
    2. Wharton Doyne was born about 1672 in Charles County, Maryland; died before 1702 in Charles County, Maryland.
    3. 7. Sarah Doyne was born about 1675 in Charles County, Maryland; died on 23 Apr 1711 in Prince George's County, Maryland - Probate.
    4. Verlinda Doyne was born on 17 Oct 1676 in Charles County, Maryland; died on 11 Jan 1740/41 in Prince George's County, Maryland - Probate.
    5. William Doyne was born about 1678 in Charles County, Maryland; died before 1702 in Charles County, Maryland.
    6. Mary Doyne was born in 1682 in Charles County, Maryland; died on 24 Jan 1734/35 in Home plantation, abt 6 mi. S. of Washington, D.C. - PG Probate.
    7. Eleanor Doyne was born about 1684 in Charles County, Maryland; died in 1705 in Prince George's County, Maryland.