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

Joshua Demar

Male Bef 1755 - Aft 1800  (> 47 years)


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Joshua Demar was born before 1755 in Charles County, Maryland; died after 1800 in Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland.

    Notes:

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    Margaret Whippee
    The will of Joseph Roby/Robey requested that his estate be appraised and he left 1/2 of his estate to his father Stephen for the care of his daughters Mary and Jemima by his 1st wife, Unknown Female Roby.
    Joseph Roby/Robey willed 1/2 of his estate to his wife, Sarah Unknown Robey and their daughter Rebecca.
    Sarah Unknown Robey remarried before 1791 to Unknown Male Demar.

    In the 1791 probate of his will, Stephen Roby, father of Joseph, bequeathed 5 shillings to his daughter-in-law, Sarah Demar.

    Ref: Mary Donnelly; More Colonial Families of Maryland, p. 202.

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    Margaret Whippee

    Is there a reference for the marriage of Joshua Demar.

    Another Joshua Demar (born c. 1756) married 2 Jan. 1779 to Joanna Speak. His family moved to Kentucky after the 1800 census of Ch. Co., Md. They had 10 children, some are verified.
    1778 Oath of Fidelity
    1783 Early Census, Charles County, Md.
    1790 and 1800 Census, Charles County, Md.

    Melchiah Demar married Deborah Davis 3 Dec. 1795. Both marriages were at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Bryantown, Charles County, Md.

    I was assuming that Deborah Davis Demar was the sister of Thomas C. Davis, died 1827, who married Elizabeth Carrico, daughter of Joseph Carrico and Elizabeth Amelia Demar
    Thomas and Elizabeth Carrico Davis had 2 known children:
    Thomas Allen Davis, born 1818 and Sarah Ann Davis, born 1820.

    The early Demar, Demarr, etc. family is beginning to appear in records that are online through Maryland Archives. I am interested in comparing information
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    William Mackall Wilkinson, December 3, 1798; April 1, 1799
    I, William Mackall Wilkinson of CC being indisposed but of perfect mind memory and understanding
    To wife Ann Herbert Wilkinson, the use of all my personal estate during her widowhood for the convenience of maintaining herself and family as also to educate my young children and that she may divide or give any part of said estate at any time she may think right to any or amongst my children. I also give her the use of my plantation called Trumans Place with all the land I possess to the right of the main road leading up the county during her widowhood and after that period, I give the said land to my son George Frances Wilkinson, but if he should die without lawful issue, then I give said land to son William Wilkinson.
    To son William Wilkinson, all my other lands that I possess or have any right to, but if he should die then said lands to son George Francis Wilkinson
    Executor: wife Ann Herbert Wilkinson
    Signed: December 3, 1798 William Mackall (his mark) Wilkinson
    Wit: William Rouke {Rock}, James Somervill, Joshua Demarr
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    Assessment of 1783 Charles County- Maryland State Archives Maryland State Archives
    Joshua Demar. CH 3rd District, General p. 4. MSA S 1161-4-10 1/4/5/47
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    CENSUS YEAR: 1790 STATE: MD COUNTY: Charles ENUMERATOR: Charles Mankin
    Trinity Parish
    Page 556
    30 DeMar Joshua 2 (m >16) 2 (m <16) 4 (f) . 3 slaves
    31 DeMar Francis 1 (m >16) 1 (m <16) 2 (f) . . .
    32 DeMar William 1 (m >16) 1 (m <16) 2 (f) . . .
    Page 558
    6 Demarr John 1 (m >16) 2 (m <16) 5 (f) . . .
    7 Demarr Daniel 2 (m >16) 3 (m <16) 2 (f) . . .

    Joshua married Sarah Davies in 1791 in Charles County, Maryland. Sarah (daughter of Thomas Davies and Anne MNU Davies) was born before 1755 in Charles County, Maryland; died after 1800 in Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


Generation: 2

    Children:
    1. 1. Joshua Demar was born before 1755 in Charles County, Maryland; died after 1800 in Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland.
    2. Amelia Demar was born before 1765; died after 1781 in Prince George's County, Maryland.