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

Joseph Davis Allen

Male 1752 - Aft 1810  (> 59 years)


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Joseph Davis Allen was born on 29 Jun 1752 in Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland (son of Joseph Allen and Susannah Davis); died after 1810 in Charles County, Maryland.

    Notes:

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    Charles County Maryland Will Book HBBH-13, 1808-1817; {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 96.
    Elizabeth Morton, Will, March 7, 1807; December 17, 1810
    I, Elizabeth Morton of CC, being desirous of disposing of what little property I possess;
    To negro Aaron, after my death, his freedom, whip saw, 1 roan horse 6 yrs old.
    To Ann Gray, daughter of Joseph Gray and Susannah Gray, 1 feather bed, bedstead and furniture, wearing apparel, and a poplar chest small.
    Item: it is my will and desire that the residue of my property exclusive of the above requests be sold and the money arising to be kept by my executor or put out on interest until Richard Allen, son of Joseph Davis Allen is of lawful age. But in the meantime, 10 dollars annually out of the same until of age.
    Executor: Samuel Amery
    Signed: March 7, 1807 Elizabeth Morton
    Wit: Walter Dyson, Alexander Johnson


Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Joseph Allen was born before 1723 in Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland (son of Joseph Allen and Barbara Adams); died after 1752 in Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland.

    Notes:


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    ALLEN, Joseph, 35, 7 Aug. 1738; CHLR T#2 1734-1738 38:497
    ===
    John Willson 5.151 CH £139.0.0 May 1 1721
    Servants mentioned: Samuell Jervis.
    Appraisers: John Stye, Thomas King.
    Creditors: Joseph Chunn, Samuell Chunn.
    Next of kin: Joseph Allen, Mary Allen.
    ===
    Charles County, Maryland Liber L#2, Page 416.
    At the request of Joseph Allen of CC, the following deed was recorded this May 16, 1728.
    May 13, 1728 from Joseph Allen Jr of CC, planter, to Joseph Allen Sr of the same parts, planter. Joseph Allen Sr, at the special request and for the just debt of the sd Joseph Allen Jr, became bound unto John Parnham of CC, merchant, in the penal sum of 28 £18 shillings, for the payment of 14 f 9 shillings, to be paid at the usual time of payments within the year abovesd, as by the sd bond may appear, in consideration of which bond and the payment thereof, sd Joseph Allen Jr has granted sd Joseph Allen Sr 2 cows, 2 yearlings, 1 calf, 45 young hogs, 1 feather bed, bolster, pillow, rug, and pair of blankets, and 1 bedstead, 2 iron pots, a fire shovel and tongs, a box iron and 2 heaters, 8 pewter plates, 2 pewter dishes, 2 pewter basins, and 1 pewter porringer, 1 pewter tankard, 1 gun, and 1 case of pistols, 2 chests, and 1 sugar box. If, however, Joseph Allen Jr shall, before Nov 10, 1728, pay Joseph Allen Sr 14 £& 9 shillings with lawful interest, then this deed to be nul}land void. Signed - Joseph (@ his mark) Allen Jr, Wit - Sam Amery, Mary Amery.
    ===
    Charles County Land Records, 1729-1733; Book M#2 - Page 184.
    At the request of Joseph Allen Jr, the following deed of gift was recorded this Nov 19, 1729.
    I, Joseph Allen Sr of CC, planter, for the natural love I have for my son, Joseph Allen Jr of CC, planter, and for divers other good and valuable causes, I give my sd son Joseph Allen Jr all that tract of land whereon sd Joseph Allen Jr's dwelling house stands, being part of 2 tracts of land, the one called Brothwood and the other called Nevils Desire, lying in CC near a Swamp falling into Piles Fresh called the White Oak Swamp, bounded by the north line of my land, containing 74 acres. Signed - Joseph (C his mark) Allen Sr. Wit - Jno Briscoe*, Charles Somt. Smith*. This deed was acknowledged by Joseph Allen Sr and Barbara, his wife.
    ===
    Charles County Court Records, August 1738 Court, Liber T#2, Page 496.
    Pursuant to an order of last Jun CC Court, Commission issued to examine witnesses to prove and perpetuate the memory of the bounds of 2 tracts of land called Boswell and Baden, lying in CC, in possession of Mathew Compton (Cumpton). Commissioners appointed: John Winter, Geo: Hatton, Samuel Amery, and Thomas Burch (not being any way related to the Petitioner, contiguous Proprietor, nor interested in the sd land). Signed Jun 13, 1738 - Sam:1 Hanson, Clerk.
    And now here, Saml Amery and Thos: Burch, return to this Court the Commission afd, with the following certificate thereon endorsed and subsequent depositions thereto annexed: we certify that we have called before us all witnesses as have been to us nominated on the within mentioned lands and taken their examinations in writing touching the bounds of the within mentioned lands as to the Commission hereunto annexed. Signed - Saml Amery, Thomas Burch.

    Aug 7, 1738. The deposition of Mathew Compton Sr, age about 67, who says that John Vaudry brought him and his father, John Compton, and Richard Hayslip, and showed them a red oak stump where this deponent now stands, and said it was the stump of one of the bound trees of a tract of land called Boden.

    Aug 7, 1738. The deposition of Joseph Allen, age about 36, who says that when he was about 12 or 13 years of age, he saw an oak stump with a great stone lying upon it, which, to the best of his knowledge, he says John Compton told him it was either a bound tree or a line tree of his own land, which was very near where this deponent now stands, who formerly lived upon the land.

    Aug 7, 1738. The deposition of James Compton, age about 31 or 32, who says that where he now stands, he has seen a large stump which he has heard say was the bound tree of his grandfather, John Compton's land.

    Aug 7, 1738. The deposition of Mathew Compton, age about 67, who says that his father, John Compton, showed him a red oak at the place where this deponent now stands the stump of which tree is now standing, and showed it him to be one of the bound trees of the afd land called Boden, and likewise told him it was one of the bound trees of a parcel of land sold to John Vaudry by John Cage.

    Aug 7, 1738. The deposition of William Ward, age about 71 or 72, who says that about 15-16 years ago, Mr. John Briscoe showed him a red oak where now this deponent stands, the stump whereof is now standing, and showed it to him to be a bound tree of John Vaudry's land, which he understood to be one of the bound trees of a parcel of land which the sd Vaudry bought of John Cage.

    Aug 7, 1738. The deposition of Mathew Compton, age about 67, who says that where he now stands, his father, John Compton, and John Vaudry, showed him a poplar which is now standing, and told him it was the beginning tree of a tract of land called Boden, and likewise the sd John Vaudry told him it was the bound tree of his own land.
    ===
    Charles County Court Records, March 1741/2 Court, Liber T#2, Page 323.
    Joseph Allen's petition for Commission to examine witnesses touching the bounds of a tract of land called Egleton, in the possession of Thomas Swann, is rejected.
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    Charles County Maryland Land Record Liber Z#2, 1744-1753; Page 103.
    At the request of John Willson, the following deed was recorded on Jun 23, 1746.
    May 30, 1746 from Joseph Allen of CC, planter, to John Willson of CC, for 50 £sterl money of GB and 19,000 lbs tobacco, a tract of land, being part of 3 tracts of land, one called Brathwood, another called Indian Cabbin, and the other, Nesbitts Desire, lying in the forest near the head of Piles' Fresh in CC, bounded by John Dyson, containing and laid out for about 200 acres. Excepted are 2 graveyards which, by agreement, to be excluded, one being 16X8 feet, and the other, 12X8 feet. Signed - Joseph (0\ his mark) Allen. Wit - Allen Davies, Young Parran. The deed was acknowledged by Joseph Allen and his wife, Susanna.
    ===
    Charles County Maryland Land Record Liber Z#2, 1744-1753; Page 104.
    At the request of Samuel Love, the following deed was recorded on Jun 24, 1746.
    Mar 8, 1745 from Joseph Allen of CC, planter, to Samuel Love of CC, planter, for 6 £sterling, a parcel of land, being part of a tract of land in CC on the north side of a swamp falling into Piles' Cr otherwise called St Thomas' Cr, commonly called Brathwood, bounded by a parcel of land purchased by said Samuel Love of Elsworth Bayne, containing and laid out for about 12 acres. signed - Joseph Allen. Wit - John Winter, Robert Yates, Sam: Chinn. The deed was acknowledged by Joseph Allen and Susanna, his wife.
    ===
    Charles County Maryland Land Record Liber Z#2, 1744-1753; Page 335.
    At the request of Benjamin Davis, the following deed was recorded on Apr 11, 1749.
    Feb 28, 1748[/9] from William Gerrard Coode of St. Mary's County and Joseph Allen of CC, to Benjamin Davis of CC, carpenter, for 6000 lbs tobacco, part of that tract of land in CC called Morris his Mount, containing about 60 acres. Signed - Wm Gerrard Coode, Joseph (J his mark) Allen. Wit - Jno Winter, Robt Yates.
    ===
    1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 369-51: BRATHWOOD: 800 acres; Possession of - 800 Acres - Bayne, Walter: : Surveyed 12 June 1665 for John Compton & Robert Page in the woods at the boundary of the land called EAGLETON: Other Tracts Mentioned: EAGLETON; Conveyance notes - Possessed by Walter Bayne for his brother Ebsworth Bayne, 100 Acres- Samuel Love from Ebsworth Bayne; 28 Jan 1715 100 Acres- Samuel Love from Ebsworth Bayne; 11 Nov 1718, Joseph Allen from Ebsworth Bayne; 22 Feb 1715, 469 Acres - John Chunn Jr. from Ebsworth Bayne; 23 May 1717 480 Acres - John Chunn Jr. from Ebsworth Bayne; 16 Sep 1719, 800 Acres - John Chunn Jr. from William Compton; 8 March 1721, Joseph Allen Jr. from Joseph Allen Sr.; 6 Nov 1729 John Wilson from Joseph Allen; 30 May 1746, 12 Acres - Samuel Love from Joseph Allen; 8 March 1745
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    1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 364-15: INDIAN CABIN: 200 acres; Possession of - 200 Acres - Bayne, Walter: Surveyed 22 July 1658 for Robert Page near Piles Fresh: Conveyance notes - Joseph Allen from Ebsworth Bayne; 22 Feb 1715, Thomas Burch from Ebsworth Bayne; 23 May1717,120 Acres - John Baptist Boarman from Charles Smoote; 12 April 1743, William Bowling from Thomas James Boarman; 10 Jan 1744,
    ===
    1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 369-52: INDIAN CABIN: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Scott, John: : Surveyed 20 Jan 1664 for William Boarman, patent in the name of William Harnes on the South side Piles Fresh: ; Conveyance notes - 100 Acres - John Scott from Thomas Harris; 10 Aug 1713, Thomas James Boarman from Basil Waring; 1 Jan 1744, John Wilson from Joseph Allen; 30 May 1746,
    ===
    1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 298-74: NEVITTS DESIRE: 200 acres; Possession of - 200 Acres - Bayne, Walter : Surveyed 10 July 1665 for John Nevitt Adjoining to the land of Edward Swan: Conveyance notes - Walter Beane for Ebsworth Beane, Joseph Allen from Ebsworth Bayne, 22 Feb 1715.,25 Acres – Thomas Dyson from Samuel Amery (sp?), 2 June 1732, 150 Acres – John Allen from John Nevitt, 1 April 1734, Thomas Dyson Jr. from Thomas Dyson Sr., 9 March 1742., George Dyson from Thomas Dyson Sr., 9 March 1742, John Wilson from Joseph Allen, 30 May 1746
    ===
    1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 375-17: EAGLETON: 615 acres; Possession of - 615 Acres - Swann, Samuel: Surveyed 9 July 1669 for Edward Swann in the woods near Piles Fresh at a bound poplar near the head of a branch: Other Tracts Mentioned: aka EGGLESTONE; {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, 80 Acres - Samuel Swann from Philip Briscoe; 19 June 1725,12 Acres - Samuel Love from Thomas Swann; 17 July 1732, 38 Acres - Samuel Love from Thomas Swann; 23 Aug 1746 {mm note: could be 57 & 38}, 95 Acres - John Urquhart from James Swann; 2 Aug 1750, ,

    Joseph married Susannah Davis on 2 Nov 1743 in Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland. Susannah was born before 1727 in Charles County, Maryland; died after 1752 in Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 3.  Susannah Davis was born before 1727 in Charles County, Maryland; died after 1752 in Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland.

    Notes:

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    Charles County Maryland Land Record Liber Z#2, 1744-1753; Page 103.
    At the request of John Willson, the following deed was recorded on Jun 23, 1746.
    May 30, 1746 from Joseph Allen of CC, planter, to John Willson of CC, for 50 £sterl money of GB and 19,000 lbs tobacco, a tract of land, being part of 3 tracts of land, one called Brathwood, another called Indian Cabbin, and the other, Nesbitts Desire, lying in the forest near the head of Piles' Fresh in CC, bounded by John Dyson, containing and laid out for about 200 acres. Excepted are 2 graveyards which, by agreement, to be excluded, one being 16X8 feet, and the other, 12X8 feet. Signed - Joseph (0\ his mark) Allen. Wit - Allen Davies, Young Parran. The deed was acknowledged by Joseph Allen and his wife, Susanna.

    Children:
    1. Pentheceelia Allen was born on 28 Apr 1745 in Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland.
    2. Bartholomew Allen was born on 25 Jul 1747 in Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland; died after 1783 in Charles County, Maryland.
    3. Susannah Allen was born on 4 Jan 1750 in Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland.
    4. 1. Joseph Davis Allen was born on 29 Jun 1752 in Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland; died after 1810 in Charles County, Maryland.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  Joseph Allen was born in 1665 in Charles County, Maryland (son of William Allen and Mary MNU Allen); died on 31 Jul 1734 in Charles County, Maryland - inventory.

    Notes:

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    Joseph Allen, Sr, 18.486 CH £110,16,10 Jul 31 1734 Aug 10 1734
    Appraisers: John Briscoe, Hudson Wathen.
    Creditors: Mary Johnson, John Haw.
    Next of kin: John Allen, Elisabeth Allen,
    Administratrix: Barbara Allen,
    ===
    Joseph Allen, Sr.19.136 CH £5.13.8 Oct 17 1734 Oct 22 1734
    Appraisers: John Briscoe, Hudson Wather.
    Administratrix: Barbara Allen.
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    Joseph Allen 13.134 A CH £110.16.10 £23.4.2 Jun 18 1735
    Payments to: Mary Johnson, William Guill, Joseph Allen, Alexander Adair, John Haw, William Howard, Samuel Hanson.
    Administratrix: Barbara Allen.
    ===
    Joseph Allen 15.340 A CH £6.16.10 Jun 7 1737
    Sureties: John Harvy, Sr., William Scott.
    Received from: John Johnson.
    Payments to: Benjamin Tasker & Daniel Dulany, Esq., Daniel Dulany, Esq., Samuel
    Hanson.
    Administratrix: Barbara Allen.
    ===
    John Willson 5.151 CH £139.0.0 May 1 1721
    Servants mentioned: Samuell Jervis.
    Appraisers: John Stye, Thomas King.
    Creditors: Joseph Chunn, Samuell Chunn.
    Next of kin: Joseph Allen, Mary Allen.
    ===
    Samuel Hurst 12.48 A #787 Dec 18 1732
    Administrator/Executor: Thomas Sympson, Jr.
    ===
    Samuel Hurst 12.49 A CH £4.18.3 £6.11.7 Sep 11 1733
    Sureties: William Sympson, James Sympson.
    Payments to: Joseph Allen, Jr,
    Administrator/Executor: Thomas Sympson.
    ===
    from Norma

    ALLEN, Joseph, Sr, age 64, 7 Apr 1729; CHLR Q#2 1727-1731:274

    Joseph died before the deed dated Apr 1, 1734, abstracted below.

    Charles County Maryland Probate Records, Inventories, Book 1717 - 1735
    331 George Allen - 29 May 1733 - Thomas Lamb his kin - no other kin - Barbara Allen Admx
    399: Joseph Allen died on 31 Jul 1734-Barbara Allen adm.

    === Contributed by Ralph D. Smith

    1699-1700 - John Vaudry vs. Joseph Allen agreed.
    Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber X, Page 114.

    Jan. 1699/1700 - Catherine Gilless, servant woman to Mrs. Priscilla Slye has bastard child and testifies that Joseph Allen who was formerly her overseer was the father of the said child.
    Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber X, Page 252-3.

    Nov. 1717 - Joseph Allen, payment for both squirrel heads and crow heads.
    Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber I No. 2, Page 34-37
    ===
    Charles County Land Records Liber F#2, Page 91
    19 Mar 1715/6; Recorded at request of Joseph Allen:
    22 Feb 1715; Indenture from Ebsworth Bayne, Gent., to Joseph Allen, planter; for 29,400* tobacco; three tracts called Brotherwood, The Indian Cabbin and Nevill's Desert; /s/ Ebsworth Bayne; wit. Jno. Fendall, Jno. Parry, Mark Pen, John Ching; ack. Ebsworth Bayne and Katherine his wife Feb 1715
    ===
    Charles County, Maryland Liber L#2, Page 115. At the request of Thomas Swann Jr, the following depositions were recorded this Feb 21, 1723.
    CC. May 2, 1723. The deposition of Thoms Swann Sr of Pr. Geo: County, aged 49 years or thereabouts, concerning a bounded poplar, the 1st bound tree of a tract of land called Eaglton, lying in CC upon the branches of Piles Fresh. This deponent declares that his father (viz) Edwd Swann, "about 30 years last past, took this deponent into the woods & told him he would show him the 1st bound tree of his land, for none as yet know it but himself, & showed him a bounded poplar where this deponent now is standing, by a small branch near the head of the sd branch,'and told this deponent it was the first bounded tree of his and called Eaglton.
    The deposition of Samuel Swann, aged 47 years or thereabouts, concerning a bounded poplar, a bounded tree of a tract of land called Eaglton, lying in CC on some of the branches of Piles Fresh. This deponent declares, that about 30 years last past, this deponent was in they woods with his brother, Thomas Swann Sr, & he showed him a bouned poplar standing by the side of a small branch near the head,of sd branch (where this deponent now is) and told him it was one of the bound trees of their father's land & his father showed it to him. Signed - Jno Briscoe.

    Charles County, Maryland Liber L#2, Page 116. Pursuant to the late act of Assembly made for setting up bounds of land, there is this day, at, the time & place where the above depositions were taken, a locust post set up in the presence of Saml Love, Jos Allen, Wm Thorne, Jno Chunn Jr, & Thos Lewis, contiguous proprietors to the sd land, & then & there consenting to the setting up the sd locust post. Wit - Jno Briscoe

    This day, there was present at the 1st bounded tree of Thoms Swann Jr's land where the depositions of Thos Swann Sr & Saml Swann were taken, to the sd tree, several young people, viz, Joseph Allen Jr, Benja. Allen, James Thorne, Benja Thorne, Thos Burch Jr, Burch Swann, Jos Ward, Benja. Ward sons of Wm Ward Sr, James Swann son of Thos Swann Sr, & Mary Lewis daughter of Thos Lewis. Wit - Jno Briscoe.
    ===
    Charles County, Maryland Liber L#2, Page 416.
    At the request of Joseph Allen of CC, the following deed was recorded this May 16, 1728.
    May 13, 1728 from Joseph Allen Jr of CC, planter, to Joseph Allen Sr of the same parts, planter. Joseph Allen Sr, at the special request and for the just debt of the sd Joseph Allen Jr, became bound unto John Parnham of CC, merchant, in the penal sum of 28 £18 shillings, for the payment of 14 f 9 shillings, to be paid at the usual time of payments within the year abovesd, as by the sd bond may appear, in consideration of which bond and the payment thereof, sd Joseph Allen Jr has granted sd Joseph Allen Sr 2 cows, 2 yearlings, 1 calf, 45 young hogs, 1 feather bed, bolster, pillow, rug, and pair of blankets, and 1 bedstead, 2 iron pots, a fire shovel and tongs, a box iron and 2 heaters, 8 pewter plates, 2 pewter dishes, 2 pewter basins, and 1 pewter porringer, 1 pewter tankard, 1 gun, and 1 case of pistols, 2 chests, and 1 sugar box. If, however, Joseph Allen Jr shall, before Nov 10, 1728, pay Joseph Allen Sr 14 £& 9 shillings with lawful interest, then this deed to be nul}land void. Signed - Joseph (@ his mark) Allen Jr, Wit - Sam Amery, Mary Amery.
    ===
    Charles County Land Records, Liber M#2 - Page 184.
    At the request of Joseph Allen Jr, the following deed of gift was recorded this Nov 19, 1729.
    I, Joseph Allen Sr of CC, planter, for the natural love I have for my son, Joseph Allen Jr of CC, planter, and for divers other good and valuable causes, I give my sd son Joseph Allen Jr all that tract of land whereon sd Joseph Allen Jr's dwelling house stands, being part of 2 tracts of land, the one called Brothwood and the other called Nevills Desire, lying in CC near a Swamp falling into Piles Fresh called the White Oak Swamp, bounded by the north line of my land, containing 74 acres. Signed - Joseph (C his mark) Allen Sr. Wit - Jno Briscoe*, Charles Som . Smith*. This deed was acknowledged by Joseph Allen Sr and Barbara, his wife.
    ===
    Charles County Land Records, Liber O#2 - Page 32.
    Recorded Apr 6, 1734. Apr 1, 1734 from John Nevit of St. Mary's County, to John Allen of CC, planter, for 1200 lbs tobacco and for divers good causes, 150 acres, being part of a tract of land known as Nevils desire, situated in CC, bounded by Thos Swann, including the orchard, plantation, and housing where Joseph Allen Sr decd, did live, and where his widow, Barbary Allen, does now live. Signed - John Neavett. Wit - John Fendall*, John (+ his mark) Johnson.
    ===
    1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 369-51: BRATHWOOD: 800 acres; Possession of - 800 Acres - Bayne, Walter: Surveyed 12 June 1665 for John Compton & Robert Page in the woods at the boundary of the land called EAGLETON: Other Tracts Mentioned: EAGLETON; AKA BROTHERHOOD; ; Conveyance notes - Possessed by Walter Bayne for his brother Ebsworth Bayne, 100 Acres- Samuel Love from Ebsworth Bayne; 28 Jan 1715 100 Acres- Samuel Love from Ebsworth Bayne; 11 Nov 1718, Joseph Allen from Ebsworth Bayne; 22 Feb 1715, 469 Acres - John Chunn Jr. from Ebsworth Bayne; 23 May 1717 480 Acres - John Chunn Jr. from Ebsworth Bayne; 16 Sep 1719, 800 Acres - John Chunn Jr. from William Compton; 8 March 1721, Joseph Allen Jr. from Joseph Allen Sr.; 6 Nov 1729 John Wilson from Joseph Allen; 30 May 1746, 12 Acres - Samuel Love from Joseph Allen; 8 March 1745
    ===
    1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 364-15: INDIAN CABIN: 200 acres; Possession of - 200 Acres - Bayne, Walter: : Surveyed 22 July 1658 for Robert Page near Piles Fresh: Conveyance notes - Joseph Allen from Ebsworth Bayne; 22 Feb 1715, Thomas Burch from Ebsworth Bayne; 23 May1717, 120 Acres - John Baptist Boarman from Charles Smoote; 12 April 1743, William Bowling from Thomas James Boarman; 10 Jan 1744,

    Joseph married Barbara Adams after 1709 in Charles County, Maryland. Barbara (daughter of Charles Adams and Elizabeth Thomas) was born after 1693 in Charles County, Maryland; died after 1740 in Charles County, Maryland. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 5.  Barbara Adams was born after 1693 in Charles County, Maryland (daughter of Charles Adams and Elizabeth Thomas); died after 1740 in Charles County, Maryland.

    Notes:

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    Addams, George, planter, Charles County, 7th Dec., 1734; 5th Mch., 1734.
    To brother Charles, ex., and hrs., 110 A. "Addams' Delight;" and personalty.
    To sisters Barbary Ailing [allen] and Sarah Williams and William Skinner, personalty.
    Test. Francis Dunnington., Jr., James Murdock (Mordock), John Thompson (Thomson) . 21. 301,
    ===
    Joseph Allen, Sr, 18.486 CH £110,16,10 Jul 31 1734 Aug 10 1734
    Appraisers: John Briscoe, Hudson Wathen.
    Creditors: Mary Johnson, John Haw.
    Next of kin: John Allen, Elisabeth Allen,
    Administratrix: Barbara Allen,
    ===
    Joseph Allen 13.134 A CH £110.16.10 £23.4.2 Jun 18 1735
    Payments to: Mary Johnson, William Guill, Joseph Allen, Alexander Adair, John Haw, William Howard, Samuel Hanson.
    Administratrix: Barbara Allen.
    ===
    Adams, Charles, carpenter, Charles County, 10th Jan., 1733/4; 4th Feb., 1734.
    To son George and hrs., "Adamses Delight;" and personalty.
    To son Charles and hrs.,, "Frogs Nest."
    To dau. Sarah, son Lodowick, Anne Skinner and dau. Barbary Allen, personalty.
    To wife Elizabeth and son Charles, ex., residue of estate.
    Test: George Elgin, Francis Dunnington, Jr., John Elgin. 20. 879
    ===
    George Allin 17.251 CH £47,6.0 May 29 1733 Aug 7 1733
    (also George Allen
    Appraisers: William Williams, Robart Calvart.
    Creditors: George Mason, Anne Addams.
    Next of kin: Thomas Lambert.
    Administratrix: Barbara Allen,

    Charles County Land Records, Liber O#2 - Page 459.
    Recorded Jul 7, 1740. I, Barbara Allen of CC, for 10,000 lbs tobacco, have sold to Philip Key of St Mary's County, 1 Negro wench named Hannah, 2 feather beds, 3 iron pots, 1 steer, 2 cows, 1 cow calf, 1 cow yearling, 30 hogs, 3 pewter basins, 4 pewter dishes, 9 pewter plates, 1 great chest, 1 large table, 1 lesser table, 1 trunk, 4 chairs, 1 brass kettle, 1 looking glass, 1 young horse, & 1 draught mare. If, however, I, sd Barbara Allen, pay sd Philip Key 10,000 lbs tobacco with interest on Nov 10 next, then this present sale to be void. Signed Jun 30, 1740 - Barbara (W her mark) Allen, Wit - John Cartwright, James Dickson.
    ===
    Charles County Court Records, November Court 1735 Court, Liber T#2, Page 128
    James Butcher vs Benjamin Allen. Cond: attachment.
    The Sheriff was commanded that of the goods, chattels, and credits of Benjamin Allen, late of CC, planter, within his bailiwick being, he should attach 1468 lbs of tobacco damages, and 800 lbs of tobacco for costs that had accrued and that further might accrue in prosecuting the writ of attachment afd, and when the same he had attached, or any part thereof, that he should have it before the Justices at next Nov CC Court, then and there to be condemned and for the use of James Butcher, unless the sd Benjamin should come then and there and answer unto the sd James of a plea of trespass upon the case, and that by good & lawful men of his bailiwick he should make known to the garnishees, that they be before the Justices as afd, to show cause &c. And now here, came the afd James by Phil: Key, his atty, & offered himself against the sd Benja: of the plea afd, and the Sheriff returns to the Court the writ thus endorsed -
    I certify that on Oct 8, 1735, I attached in the hands of Barbara Allen the whole damages and costs within mentioned, of the effects of the within mentioned Benja: Allen, and I have made known to the above mentioned garnishee that she be at the time and place within prescribed before the Justices afd, to show cause why the same effects so attached in her hands should not be condemned, and sd James Butcher have thereof execution before Thos: St:Clare & Walter Hanson, 2 good and lawful men of my bailiwick, as I am hereby commanded. So answers Geo: Dent, Sher:.
    And the sd Barbara, into Court here in her proper person comes and says that at the time of laying the attachment, she had and still has, in her hands, as Admix of Joseph Allen, decd, of the effects of the afd Benjamin, 12 £15 shillings and no more. Because sd James cannot deny the averment afd, but admits the same to be true, he prays condemnation of the sd 12 £15 shillings, with execution to him to be adjudged. Ordered that sd James have condemnation of the sd 12 £15 shillings in the hands of sd Barbara as adm'x of sd Joseph Allen, and the effects of the afd Benja: by the Court here adjudged, and that the sd James have thereof execution of the goods and chattels of the sd Joseph Allen in the hands of the sd Barbara remaining to be administered. Memo: Phil: Key, Secy on Condemnation.

    Children:
    1. Barbara Allen was born about 1704 in Charles County, Maryland; died on 19 Mar 1725 in St. Mary's County, Maryland - Inventory.
    2. Samuel Allen was born about 1705 in Charles County, Maryland.
    3. Rachel Allen was born about 1707 in Charles County, Maryland.
    4. Winifred Allen was born about 1711 in Charles County, Maryland.
    5. George Allen was born before 1713 in Charles County, Maryland; died on 29 May 1733 in Charles County, Maryland - inventory.
    6. Susanna Allen was born about 1713 in Charles County, Maryland.
    7. John Allen was born about 1715 in Charles County, Maryland.
    8. 2. Joseph Allen was born before 1723 in Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland; died after 1752 in Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland.


Generation: 4

  1. 8.  William Allen was born about 1631 in England (son of Thomas Allen); died on 11 Aug 1671 in Charles County, Maryland - probate.

    Notes:

    ===
    Allen, William, Charles County, 3rd Jan., 1669; 11th Aug., 1671.
    To goddau. Mary dau. of Joseph Harrison, Luke Green of Charles County, John, son of John Munn, personalty.
    Wife Martha, residue of estate until majority of dau. Eliza:
    Ex. Brother-in-law John Munn.
    Test: Walter Cooper, Chas. Wolley. 1. 413.

    === Contributed by Ralph D. Smith

    May 26, 1662 - Inventory of Thomas Millner.
    Appraisers: John Warde, William Alline.
    Amount: 4148 lbs. tobacco.
    Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 1D, Page 12.

    Sep. 8, 1663 - Discharge granted to Robert Paca for: ... Joseph Harrison administrator of Thomas Milner.
    Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 1D, Page 115.

    Mar. 28, 1662 - Joseph Harrison was granted administration on estate of Thomas Milner.
    Bond: Thomas Robinson.
    Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 1C, Page 80.

    Sep. 13, 1671 - Thomas Allanson & Henry More were sworn as appraisers of estate of William Allen (Charles Co.) Mr. Henry Adams & Mr. Thomas Mathews took oath as administrators.
    Date: Apr. 11, 1671 [sic.]
    Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 5, Page 105-106.

    Nov. 23, 1671 - Inventory of William Allen.
    List of debts: Henry More, Thomas Allenson, John Royden, Thomas Benet (St. Mary's Co.)
    Appraisers: Tho. Allanson, Henry More.
    Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 5, Page 133-134.
    ===
    In his will he mentions his eldest son, Thomas Allen, and his brothers, William Allen and Robert Allen. Desires that they not live with any papist. That his son Robert be sent to his friend James Bruse at Accomack. That Philip Conner of the Isle of Kent have his son William. Signed 23 Apr 1648. (Arch. of MD, v. IV, p.403).
    ===
    Provincial Court Proceedings, 1658. Liber P. C. R. page 122

    Re Estate of Allen

    This 13th of Decembr 1656.

    Wee the Ouerseers of the Estate of Thomas Allen Deceased, wth the consent of Thomas & Willm Allen the Sonnes & Heyres of the aforesd Thomas Allen, haue Sold unto Henry Potter all the parcell of Land, wch was formerly Thomas Allens the elder, Lying in St Michaels hundd in the Prouince of Maryland. And further Wee the sd Thomas & Willm Allen doe sell & make ouer all Our Rights, Tytle & interest of all tht Land, Plantaon, howsing whatsoeuer belonging unto or ffather Thomas Allen for euer, unto the sd Henry Potter, his heyres, Exequutors, & Admistrators foreuer. And is for a Certaine summe of Tob, wch wee the sayd Thomas Allen, & Willm Allen haue the greatest part in hand receiued, And for the true performance wee haue hereunto sett Our hands.
    Deliuered in the pence of Vs Tho: T Allen Willm M Allen John Hatch Richard Banks Willm A Marshall

    January 28th 1657.

    I doe acknowledge to haue receaued of Henry Potter, the summe of Two Thousand, Two hundred Thirty fiue pownds of Tob. & Cask in full satisfaction for tht parcell of Land, belonging to me Thomas Allen, & Willm Allen my Brother, Lying & being in St Michaels hundd otherwise called the Lower end of the Towne, ffor wch summe of Tob. I doe quite all claimes & interests, rights & tytles whatsoeue in the same about the sayd Land. In wittnes whereof I haue hereunto sett my hand the day aboue dated.
    In the pence of Thomas T Allen
    R Wiseman Tho. Wynne
    ===
    Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 12 May 1659, Page 49
    Walter Ges demands warrant against Richard Trew; ret. 12 May 1659; subpoena to warn Samuell Harrise and his wife, Alice Harrise, William Allene and Elizabeth Atwicks to testify
    ===
    Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 12 May 1659, Page 52
    oath of Samuell Harris, age ca 40 years; swore Trew told him he sold his plantation to Walter Ges who now had possession of the house and plantation Alice Harris, aged 48 years, swore Trew told her he sold his plantation to Walter Ges who gave him 3 years payment; affirmed by oaths of William Allen and Elisabeth Attwick; defendant ordered to make good his bargain
    ===
    Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 12 May 1659, Page 60
    Richard Trew demands warrant against Samuell Harrise; subpoena to warn Humpherie Attwicks and Elizabeth Atwicks, Thomas Smoot William Allen, John Goldsmith, Walter Ges to testify for Trew
    ===
    Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 14 Jan 1660, Page 79
    Thomas Michell, Thomas Lomax; defendant produces account of debts Richard Trew owes him witch mentions Arthur TURNER, Samuell Harris and his wife, William Allin and Elisabeth Atwicks; court orders Trew to pay 193# this year and 193# in 1660
    ===
    The Maryland Calendar of Wills, Volume I, Wills from 1635 (Earliest Probated) to 1685, Pages 14-27
    Millner, Thomas, Avon River, Charles County, 23rd Feb., 1659; 12th Feb., 1661/2.
    To Joseph Harrison and hrs., all estate in Md.
    To John Thomkinson and hrs., 200 A."Redd Clift" in Westmoreland County, Virginia.
    Ex. not named. Test: Thos. Robinson, Samuel Palmer. 1.132.
    ===
    Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 10 May 1663, Page 111 - 112
    Mr. Joseph Harrison, admn. of Thomas Miller does acknowledge the ensuring patent for William Allen and his brother, sold them by the said Miller
    Patent to Thomas Miller, planter, of 300 acres due him by assignment of Mr. Lewgar, Gent.; land lying on the north side of the Potomac and the north side of the easternmost branch of Avon River commonly called Nangemie Creek; adjoining land of Joseph Harrison dated 12 Jan 1654; /s/ William Stone Endorsement of said patent: Thomas Miller assigns right to Thomas Allen of Piscataway River; I Apr 1659; /s/ Thomas Miller (mark); Wit. Thomas Robisson, Joseph Harrison
    Recorded also a bill of sale for the land from said Miller to said Allen in folio 104B
    ===
    Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 28 Jul 1663, Page 125 - 126
    William Hatton and Thomas Dent did buy of Mr. Nicholaus Guither a parcel of land in Avon alias Nangemy River containing 900 acres by patent; requested Mr. Zachery Wade, Mr. Joseph Harrisson, Mr. Rendall Hanson and Mr. William Allan to use the best of their judgment in making a division of the said land
    mentions Queensfield Branch, Burdit's Creek and St. Joseph's Creek; 9 May 1663; /s/ William Hatton, Thomas Dent; Zachery Wade, Joseph Harrison, Randall Hanson (mark), William Allen (mark)
    ===
    Charles County Court, 11 November 1664
    Commissioners Present: Mr. Henry Addames, Mr. Walter Beane,
    Mr. James Lindsey, Mr. Thomas Mathews, Mr. William Marshall

    The Lt General's attorney and the Lord Baltimore's attorney, Mr. William Calvert indicts William Allen, John Muns, John Boyden and John Cabell for killing and stealing of hogs; require the following oaths: James Lee says that sometime in December he found the aforementioned parties killing his hogs which were 3 sows and one shoat; William Allen said he was to give him satisfaction for them [details of confrontation over the hog killing] Thomas Chapman and Robert Downes swore they were at the house of Downes and went into the woods with James Lee to look for his hogs and saw the above mentioned men [repeating conversation that took place when the men were found]
    Indicted men requested that Thomas Chapman and Robert Downes give their oath before a jury; they state that "James Lee hope upe with a hoge upon the hors of Francom" Jury impaneled as follows: Mr. Humphery Warrent, foreman; John Cage, Francis Wine, Edward Swan, Richard Dod, John Duglas, Ignatius Causeen, Alexander Smith, John Lambert, Thomas Allonson, Nicholaus Emerson, Robert Robins
    William Calvert entered request for determination if these men were guilty of hog stealing and killing
    William Allen entered the following into the record; William Allen, John Cabell and Nemio Littell; I do hereby authorize you to kill any of my hogs in "Lewisses Necke" or of the hogs of John Delahay whose mark is [description of mark]; 16 Oct 1663; /s/ James Lee (mark); wit. George Thompson, Thomas Wentworth [instructions to the jury by William Calvert]
    James Lee swore he had lost 3 sows and shoats
    Robert Downes swore that he saw James Lee mark 11 shoats
    Thomas Chapman swore he saw the afsd. hogs at James Lee's home where he lived
    3 sows valued at 120# of tobacco; 4 pigs at 30# of tobacco; each of the men indicted to pay James Lee double the value of the swine and 200# due for a fine to James Lee and 300# fine to the Lord Proprietary
    22 Jun 1663; /s/ Charles Calvert, William Allen and John Mun assign their rights in this patent to John Boydon, William Boydon and Walter Cooper; 8 Aug 1664; /s/ William Allen, John Mun (mark); wit. Joseph Harrisson, Luke Greene
    ====
    Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 8 November 1664, Page 387 - 390
    William Allen and his wife Mary Allen and John Munne acknowledge the ensuing conveyance of land to John Boyden, William Boyden and Walter Cooper Indenture 8 Nov 1664 from William Allen and John Munne, planters, to John Boyden, William Boyden and Walter Cooper; for 2000# of tobacco and cask a parcel of land called "River's Spring" on the east side of the Avon River; adjoining land of James Lindsey; containing 650 acres /s/ William Allen, John Mun (mark); wit. Owen Jones, Humphy Jones (mark)
    Patent to Christopher Rivers who has due to him 250 acres of land for transporting himself and his wife Isobell, Edward and Mary Rivers, his children, and Jno. Mumine; a tract of land called River's Spring lying on the east side of a fresh of Avon River formerly called Nangemy Creek adjoining land of James Lindsey laid out for 250 acres
    ===
    Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 8 November 1664, Page 392, 393
    William Allen and his wife acknowledge the conveyance of land as follows to Roger Dickeson: Indenture 10 Aug 1664 from William Allen of Nangemy, planter, to Roger Dickson, planter; a tract of land lying on the north side of the Potomac River and the east side of the easternmost branch of Avon River; bounded by land formerly surveyed for William Boreman and Edmond Lindsey; containing 200 acres; /s/ William Allen; wit. John Boydon, William Boydon (mark)
    ===
    Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 12 Sept 1665, Page 489
    Received this 13 Mar 1664/5 of William Allen, John Muns, John Boyden and John Cable full satisfaction for the execution obtained against them 17 Feb 1664/5 the full sum of 4640# of tobacco; /s/ James Lee; wit. Zachery Wade, Abraham Rows
    ===
    Charles County Circuit Court Liber C, Page 80
    24 Oct 1666; Indenture from William Allen to Jeremiah Dickenson; for 20,000# of tobacco a tract of land lying on the north side of the easternmost branch of the Avon River; bounded by Joseph Harrison; containing 300 acres; /s/ William Allen, Mary Allen (mark); wit. Joseph Harrison, William Price, Stephen Mountague
    ===
    Charles County Circuit Court Liber C, Page 185, 30 May 1667;
    Indenture from Oliver Balfe of Stafford County, Virginia, planter, to George Harris of Maryland, planter; for 10,000# of tobacco; a tract of land called TROUPE'S RENDEZVOUS lying on the east side of Avon River; bounded by land of Andrew Watson, Edward Deane and James Lindsey; containing 350 acres; /s/ Oliver Baulfe (mark); wit. Stephen Montague, Alexander Synett
    11 Jun 1667; Indenture from George Harris, planter, to John Robinson and Elizabeth his wife; for 11,000# of tobacco; a parcel of land called TROOPE'S RENDEZVOUS; [see above indenture]; /s/ George Harris (mark); wit. Richard Randall, Gerrard Browne
    ===
    Charles County Circuit Court Liber C, Page 198
    8 Jun 1667; Indenture from John Robinson, planter, and Elizabeth his wife; to Richard Randall; for 10,000# of tobacco; a tract of land called TROOPE'S RENDEZVOUS; [see above indenture]; /s/ John Robinson (mark), Elizabeth Robinson (mark); wit. Gerrard Browne, William Allen, Geo. Harris (mark)
    ===
    Charles County Circuit Court Liber D, Page 16, 9 Jun 1668;
    Indenture from Henry Frankam, planter, to Thomas Allanson, Gent.; for 2,000# of tobacco; a parcel called HOW-LAND on the north side of Piscataway River and south side of Mattawoman Creek; bounded by swamp and Indian field; containing 200 acres; /s/ Henry Frankam, Amie Frankam (mark); wit. William Allen, Gerrard Browne
    ===
    Charles County Circuit Court Liber D, Page 44
    9 Jan 1668; Indenture from John Munne and Will Allen, planters, to Henry Aspinoll, planter; for 2,300 acres formerly belonging to David Prichard and 150 acres formerly surveyed for Thom. Cole adjoining Prichard's land in Mattawoman and 4,500# of tobacco; a parcel of land called DOG'S NECK on the east side of Piscataway River; containing 300 acres; /s/ John Munn (mark), Wm. Allen; wit. Richard Edehen (Edehen), Tho. Allanson

    Charles County Circuit Court Liber D, Page 48
    12 Jan 1668; Indenture from Henry Aspinoll and John Munn, planters, to Henry Aspinoll; acknowledges sale of the land laid out from David Prichard adjoining land laid out for David Thomas on Mattawoman Creek; /s/ Henry Aspinoll (mark); wit. Richard Edelen, Thomas Allanson
    ===
    Charles County Circuit Court Liber D, Page 88; 8 Jun 1669;
    Indenture from Wm. Allen & John Munn to Thomas Bennett of St. Mary's Co.; for 9,000# of tobacco; a tract of land on the north side of the Potomac on the high cliffs; bounded by Sam. Cressey formerly belonging to Wm. Robinson; bounded by Thomas Baker; being 1/2 of patent granted Jo. Jarbo for 300 acres on 14 Apr 1653; assigned to John Nevill 21 Xber, 1655; to Allen and MAnne by Wm. Nevill, son of John Nevill decd 10 9br 1667; excepting a small tract; /s/ Wm. Allen, John Munn (mark); wit. Joseph Harrison, John Charman
    ===
    Charles County Circuit Court Liber D, Page 99; 2 Aug 1669;
    Indenture from Tho. Bennet of St. Mary's Co. to Tho. Wardner; for 10,000# of tobacco; a parcel of land on the north side of Potomac two leagues above Caedar Point; bounded on the side of a hill by Sam Cressey's fence (formerly belonging to Wm. Robinson); bounded by Thom. Baker and land formerly belonging to John Nevill. dec'd; being 1/2 the parcel of land granted John Gerbo (Jatbo); 300 acres dated 14 Apr 1653; assigned to Nevill 21 Xbr 1655; to Allen and Munn by Wm. Nevill, son of John Nevill 9br 1667; /s/ Thomas Bennet; wit. George Thompson, Henry Moore, Henry Bonner
    ===
    Charles County Court and Land Records, Liber D, Page 111
    8 Jun 1669; Indenture from William Allen, planter, to Henry Moore, planter; parcel called Maysmoare; bounded by Daniell Mathenias land standing by Mattawoman Creek and land of Geo. How; containing 200 acres; /s/ Wm. Allen, Martha Allen (mark); wit. Thomas Jenkins, Samuell Price (mark)

    William married Mary MNU Allen about 1651 in Charles County, Maryland. Mary was born about 1635 in St. Mary's County, Maryland; died between 1666 and 1668 in Charles County, Maryland. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 9.  Mary MNU Allen was born about 1635 in St. Mary's County, Maryland; died between 1666 and 1668 in Charles County, Maryland.

    Notes:

    ====
    Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 8 November 1664, Page 387 - 390
    William Allen and his wife Mary Allen and John Munne acknowledge the ensuing conveyance of land to John Boyden, William Boyden and Walter Cooper Indenture 8 Nov 1664 from William Allen and John Munne, planters, to John Boyden, William Boyden and Walter Cooper; for 2000# of tobacco and cask a parcel of land called "River's Spring" on the east side of the Avon River; adjoining land of James Lindsey; containing 650 acres /s/ William Allen, John Mun (mark); wit. Owen Jones, Humphy Jones (mark)
    Patent to Christopher Rivers who has due to him 250 acres of land for transporting himself and his wife Isobell, Edward and Mary Rivers, his children, and Jno. Mumine; a tract of land called River's Spring lying on the east side of a fresh of Avon River formerly called Nangemy Creek adjoining land of James Lindsey laid out for 250 acres
    ===
    Charles County Circuit Court Liber C, Page 80
    24 Oct 1666; Indenture from William Allen to Jeremiah Dickenson; for 20,000# of tobacco a tract of land lying on the north side of the easternmost branch of the Avon River; bounded by Joseph Harrison; containing 300 acres; /s/ William Allen, Mary Allen (mark); wit. Joseph Harrison, William Price, Stephen Mountague

    Children:
    1. John Allen was born about 1650 in Charles County, Maryland; died after 1718 in Charles County, Maryland.
    2. 4. Joseph Allen was born in 1665 in Charles County, Maryland; died on 31 Jul 1734 in Charles County, Maryland - inventory.

  3. 10.  Charles Adams was born in 1673 in Charles County, Maryland (son of Francis Adams and Grace {unproven} Thomas); died on 4 Feb 1734 in Charles County, Maryland - probate.

    Notes:

    ===
    Adams, Charles, carpenter, Charles County, 10th Jan., 1733/4; 4th Feb., 1734.
    To son George and hrs., "Adamses Delight;" and personalty.
    To son Charles and hrs.,, "Frogs Nest."
    To dau. Sarah, son Lodowick, Anne Skinner and dau. Barbary Allen, personalty.
    To wife Elizabeth and son Charles, ex., residue of estate.
    Test: George Elgin, Francis Dunnington, Jr., John Elgin. 20. 879
    ===
    Charles Addams 18.491 CH £31.3.4 Jul 27 1734 Aug 13 1734
    (also Charles Adams)
    Appraisers: Samuel Gray, Thomas Davis.
    Creditors: Thomas Davis, Robert Hanson, Jr,
    Next of kin: Francis Adams, Elisabeth Elgin.
    Executor: Charles Adams
    ===
    Joshua Ratcliff 17.165 A CH £E70.3.9 £2.4.8 May 19 1739
    Sureties: Lodwick Adams, William Brooks.
    Received from: John Speak, Edward Carter, Daniel Bowen.
    Payments to: William Groves, Richard Speak, James Semmes, Moses Boon, Samuel Hanson.
    Executrix: Mary Adams, wife of Charles Adams.
    ===
    Addams, George, planter, Charles County, 7th Dec., 1734; 5th Mch., 1734.
    To brother Charles, ex., and hrs., 110 A. "Addams' Delight;" and personalty.
    To sisters Barbary Ailing (allen) and Sarah Williams and William Skinner, personalty.
    Test. Francis Dunnington., Jr., James Murdock (Mordock), John Thompson (Thomson) . 21. 301,
    ===
    Joshua Ratcliff 17.165 A CH £70.3.9 £2.4.8 May 19 1739
    Sureties: Lodwick Adams, William Brooks.
    Received from: John Speak, Edward Carter, Daniel Bowen.
    Payments to: William Groves, Richard Speak, James Semmes, Moses Boon, Samuel Hanson.
    Executrix: Mary Adams, wife of Charles Adams.
    ===
    Charles County Maryland Circuit Court Records, Liber H#2, Page 191
    22 Jul 1719; Recorded at request of Dr. Gustavous Browne:
    18 Aug 1718; Indenture from Charles Adams to Gustavous Browne; for 10,000# tobacco; a parcel of land granted Frances Adams, father of Charles, by patent dated 4 May 1671; tract called Pinner; bounded by land of Fran. Adams called Rayley and John Wheeler's tract called Wheeler's Rest; containing 145 acres; also Pinner Enlargement bounded by Pinner and Rayly; containing 70 acres; total 215 acres; /s/ Charles Adams; wit. Gerard Fowke, Thomas Stone, James Russell; 18 Aug 1718; ack. payment from Browne; deed ack. by Charles Addams and Elizabeth his wife
    ===
    Charles County Maryland Land Record Liber Z#2, 1744-1753; Page 129. At the request of Clement Kennedy, the following deed was recorded on Nov 27, 1746.
    Nov 12, 1746 from Charles Adams of CC, planter, to Clement Kennedy of CC, cooper, for 8000 lbs tobacco, a tract of land in CC called the Frogs Nest, taken up by Charles Addams, father to the afd Charles Addams, and patented to him, taken up Oct 10, 1708, and devised in his will to his son, Charles Addams, and bounded by the north side of the Little Dam Branch, containing and laid out for about 83 acres. Signed - Charles Addams. Wit - Robert Hanson, Thos Stone. Mary, the wife of the said Charles Adams, released her dower.
    ===
    Charles County, Maryland Land Records 1801-1803; Liber IB-5 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 408.
    At the request of Lott Mason the following Deed was recorded June 28, 1803
    Indenture made June 1803; Mary Skinner as for divers other good causes and considerations her thereunto moving and in consideration of 30 dollars current money paid by Lott Mason has sold all her right and claim to her 1/9th part of a tract of land called "Ravens Den" containing 141 acres and binding on the south side of the Little Dam and "Frogs Nest" belonging to Charles Adams. Signed Mary Skinner in the presence of and acknowledged before Samuel Hanson, Thomas H. Reeder

    ===
    1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Chicamuxen: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 380-27: FROGS NEST: 83 acres; Possession of - 83 Acres - Kenneday, Clement : Surveyed 5 April 1707 for Charles Adams beginning at a bound Red Oak standing on the North side the Little Dam branch: {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, 83 Acres - Clement Kenneday from Charles Adams; 12 Nov 1746,,
    ===
    1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Chicamuxen: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 392-100: BUZZARD HALL: 55 acres; Possession of - 55 Acres - None: Surveyed 21 Aug 1719 for Charles Adams on Chingomuxon in the woods beginning at a bounded Red Oak standing on a hill side near to a parcel of land called FROGS NEST: Other Tracts Mentioned: FROGS NEST; other notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.},
    ===
    1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Riverside or Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 382-41: ADAMS DELIGHT: 110 acres; Possession of - 110 Acres - John Fragg : Surveyed 20 May 1707 for Charles Adams beginning at a bound hiccory standing on a plaine.: Conveyance notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, 110 Acres - John Fragg (or Fogg) from Charles Adams; 19 June 1742,, , , ,

    Charles married Elizabeth Thomas about 1693 in Charles County, Maryland. Elizabeth (daughter of William Thomas and Susannah Guyott) was born in 1677 in Mannis Cleare, Riverside Hundred, Charles County, Maryland; died after 1734 in Charles County, Maryland. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  4. 11.  Elizabeth Thomas was born in 1677 in Mannis Cleare, Riverside Hundred, Charles County, Maryland (daughter of William Thomas and Susannah Guyott); died after 1734 in Charles County, Maryland.

    Notes:



    ===
    Adams, Charles, carpenter, Charles County, 10th Jan., 1733/4; 4th Feb., 1734.
    To son George and hrs., "Adamses Delight;" and personalty.
    To son Charles and hrs., "Frogs Nest."
    To dau. Sarah, son Lodowick, Anne Skinner and dau. Barbary Allen, personalty.
    To wife Elizabeth and son Charles, ex., residue of estate.
    Test: George Elgin, Francis Dunnington, Jr., John Elgin. 20. 879
    ===
    Liber Q, Page 44
    COURT OF 10 Nov 1691
    Susanna Thomas, relict of William Thomas, requests probate of his will
    Will of William Thomas; to son John Thomas 100 acres part of a patent of 250 acres called Mannis Cleare adjoining Mr. Addison and personal estate; to my 3 children George, Guyott and Elizabeth, remainder of parcel given son John to be divided equally; to wife Susanna half of the 100 acres I now live on and the other half to son William Thomas; William to inherit Susanna's part at her decease; to dau. Mary, a colt; sons to be of age at 17; /s/ William Thomas; wit. Thomas Henson, George Barton (mark), William Atthens (mark); John Godshall and John Gray to appraise estate
    ===
    Thomas, Susannah, Charles County, 20th Feb., 1723-4; 31st Aug., 1724.
    To son George and dau. Elizabeth Adams, personalty.
    To son William and hrs.,. residue of personal estate.
    Ex.: Son Thomas (sic). T. P. show son William to have been appointed.
    Test: William Williams, George Carter., William Cooper.
    ===
    1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Riverside: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 343-3: MANISECLEARE: 250 acres; Possession of - 50 Acres - Adams, Charles: 50 Acres - Thomas, George: 50 Acres - Thomas, Guy: 100 Acres - Thomas, William: : : : Surveyed 18 April 1680 for William Thomas at a bound hiccory on the East side of a great branch (Tsay) Beaverdam about 3 miles of Zachary Wades: Other Conveyance notes - 150 Acres - James Beall from George Thomas; 5 Nov 1726, 25 Acres - Lodwick Adams from George Thomas; 20 Feb 1734,75 Acres - Lodwick Adams from Elizabeth Adams; 12 Mar 1734, , , ,

    Children:
    1. 5. Barbara Adams was born after 1693 in Charles County, Maryland; died after 1740 in Charles County, Maryland.
    2. Lodowick Adams was born about 1702 in Charles County, Maryland; died on 9 Jan 1770 in Charles County, Maryland - probate.
    3. George Adams was born about 1704; died on 5 Mar 1734 in Charles County, Maryland.
    4. Anne Adams was born about 1706 in Charles County, Maryland; died after 1783 in Charles County, Maryland.
    5. Sarah Adams was born about 1708 in Charles County, Maryland.
    6. Charles Adams was born about 1710 in Charles County, Maryland; died after 1739 in Charles County, Maryland.