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

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Jesper Hall 1.430 A TA £124.14.2 £124.14.2 May 15 1719
Payments to: Richard Bennett, Esq., Sir Thomas Johnson & Co., Nicholas Lavly, William Bladen, Thomas Bordley, Esq., Dr. Francis Role, Robert Ungle, Esq. Distribution to: Hannah Oldham (daughter).
Administrator: John Oldham.
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John Luddingham 2.9 A TA £21.19.0 E13.16.6 May 6 1719
Payments to: Mr. Robert Ungle, Isaac Dixon.
Mentions: widow (unnamed, dead).
Administrator: John Henrix.
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Thomas Scantlebury 37B.232 I TA £173.16.10 May 16 1717 Jul 31 1717
Chyrurgeon. Contains a list of medicines. Appraisers: John Bullen, Fran. Rolle.
Creditors: Robert Ungle, Foster Turbutt.
Next of kin: "non kindred here".
List of debts: Mr. Richard Brooff, Mr. Robert Gouldesborgh.
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Thomas Scantlebary 2.10 A TA £173.6.10 £216.12.7 May 19 1719
chirurgeon. A second inventory is cited in the amount of £164.9.1.
Payments to: Norton Knatchbull, Mr. Robert Ungle, Isaac Abrams, Robert Ungle, Esq., Mr. Foster Turbutt, Mr. William Clayton, Jr., Mr. Robins, John Leatham, Mr. William Clayland, Paule Devise, Capt. Fletcher, David Mitcherly, John Male, Joseph Earle, Richard Bennett, Esq., Isaac Dixon, Edward Harris, Foot. Turbutt.
Administrators: Peter Harwood, Norton Knatchbull.
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Thomas Scantleburry 2.474 A TA £131.0.3 Feb 17 1719
chyrurgeon.
Payments to: Mr. Robert Ungle, James Ratcliff, Sarah Scantlebury (widow).
Administrator: Petter Harwood (surviving administrator

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William Thompson 2.98 A TA £257.6.6 £94.6.8 Jul 7 1719
Payments to: Richard Bennett, Esq., Tobias Bowles (merchant), William Tippin, James Louden, Mr. R. Grundy, Alexander Winford, John Carn, William Cannon, Edward Turner, William Tipin, William Dobson, Dr. Paul Rouse, Walter Riddle, James Wilson, Mr. Robert Gouldesborough, George Edwards, Robert Woolten, Joseph Buller:, William Vickers, Elinor Vickers, John Wilson, George Cubbage, W. Bladen, Esq., Thomas Bordley, Esq., Robert Ungle, Esq.
Mentions: wife (unnamed, dead).
Executor: Thomas Baynard.
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John Keld (planter) 2.223 A TA £122.1.3 £23.8.10 Jul 21 1719
Payments to: Col. Robert Grundy, Thomas Baynard, Peter Brown, John Pemberton, William Dobson, Dr. John Carr, Mary Harris, Mr. Robert Ungle, Dr. Carr.
Executrix: Eliner Vickers, wife of William Vickers.
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Michaell Russell 2.246 A TA £176.15.3 £132.10.1 Jul 22 1719
Payments to: Norton Knatchbull, Robert Grundy, Elisabeth Carter, Charles Floyd paid to Mr. James Lloyd, Mr. Richard Bennet, Isaac Dixon, Foster Turbut, Mr. Tobias Bowles, Mr. Robert Ungle, Mr. John Valiant, Mr. Richard Coward, Andrew Holatean, Mr. William Clayland, Richard Danielle, Mr. Thomas Nevett, John Oldham, Richard Bruff, John Waford, James Dawson, Mrs. Margaret Benson, William Dobson, John Wiles, Sarah Davis, Mr. Nicholas Lurty, Edward Carsklake, John Loockermas, William Skinner, John (no surname given),
Mr. Jacob Gibson, Morris Carter.
Executors: Rebecca Benson wife of Perry Benson, William Russell (minor)
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Andrew Holstien 2.300 A TA £84.2.8 £51.3.2 Aug 18 1719
Payments to: Robert Ungle, Esq., Mr. Norton Knatchbull of a bill to Mr. Richard
Bennet & Mr. Heneage Robinson, W. Bladen, Esq. paid to Mr. Charles Ungle,
Mr. Richard Bennet, Mr. Richard Bruff, Peter Hoskins, Perry Benson, Thomas
Scantlebury.
Administratrix: Mrs. Frances Holstien (widow)
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Petter Webb 2.314 A TA £176.7.5 26.14.11 Sep 21 1719
Payments to: Mr. Robert Ungle, Jonathon Taylor, John Bullen.
Administratrix: Sarah Webb

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Lambert Clements 2.464 A TA £165.15.8 £56.18.6 Oct 30 1719
Payments to: William Dickinson, James Dickinson for work done by Samuell Platt (servant of William Dickinson (dead, James is executor)), Denis Maccarty, Foster Turbutt, James Jeming, William Gale, Walter Quinton, John Smith per Walter Quinton, Samuell Dickinson, Thomas Ashcroft, Benjamin Woodward paid to Charles Ungle, Thomas Robins, Silvester Abott, John Bullen, Daniell Maynadier, John Lockerman, William Clayland, Will. Cumming, Robert Ungle.
Mentions: family (unnamed).
Administratrix: Sarah Gibson, wife of Wollman Gibson
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Lambert Clements 3.372 A TA £9.8.9 Dec 28 1720
Payments to: Sarah Gibson (accountant), Rebecca Brunnett, Sir Thomas Johnson & Co., Robert Ungle.
Administratrix: Sarah Gibson, wife of Woolman Gibson.
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Col. Edward Lloyd, Esq. 3.1 TA £5664.3.9 Aug 27 1719 Oct 29 1719
Servants mentioned: Edward Brinkworth, William Arnold, John Ellis, Henry Parks, Thomas Springer, William Burch, John Gauff, Thomas Adams, Thomas Crouch, William Harton, George Davis (boy) John Pryor (boy), Richard More (boy), James Maccormack (boy), Richard Hazeltine (boy), William Hazeltine (boy).
Appraisers: Thomas Emerson, Howell Powell.
Creditors: R. Ungle, James Fookes.
Next of kin: Philemon Lloyd, Esq. (brother).
Mentions: Thomas Stevens, Robert Noble.
Executrix: Sarah Lloyd
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William Harrison 2.487 A TA £51.13.1 Nov 17 1719
Payments to William Bladen, Esq. paid to Charles tJngle, Sir John Johnson & Co., Mr. Robert Ungle, Thomas Bordley, Esq., Mrs. Margarett Benson.
Executors: John Harrison, William Harrison.
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Andrew Skinner 2.467 A TA E341.14.2 £112.18.7 Dec 8 1719
Payments to: Richard Bennet, Esq., John King, Sr., Philemon Loyde, Esq., Col. M. T. Ward for use of Mr. Beckly Codd, Mr. Robert Ungle, Mr. Woolman Gibson, Samuell Turbut, Mr. Charles Ungle for Thomas Bordley, Esq. & Esq. Bladen Phil. Loyd & Foster Turbutt, Charles Ungle.
Executrix: Elisabeth Skinner.
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John Davis 2.471 A TA £283.9.6 £123.2.11 Feb 9 1719
A second inventory is cited in the amount of £31.10.2.
Received from: Mr. John Hyde.
Payments to: Richard Bennet, Robert Finly, Col. Loyd, Richard Bruff, Daniell Sherwood, Christopher Higgs, Samuel Worthington, Henry Fright, Jacob Gibson, Hugh Arburtnot, Foster Turbutt, Theodore Bonner, Edward Ratchdale, Charles Carroll, Esq., Robert Ungle, Thomas Bond (merchant in London).
Legatees: Ja. Davis.
Mentions: widow (unnamed), children (unnamed), granddaughter (unnamed), grandson (unnamed), children (unnamed) of Christopher Higgs.
Executrix: Ann Morton, wife of Robert Morton.
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John Stant (planter) 2.478 A TA £90.8.9 £100.9.11 Mar 29 1720
Payments to: Col. Loyd per Mr. Robert Ungle, Col. Edward Loyde, Mr. Robert Ungle per Mr. Wornell Hunt for use of Richard Colvil, Esq., Foster Turbutt, William Bladen, Esq., Thomas Bordly, Esq., Elisabeth Williams, Mr. Robert Gouldesborough, Mr. Robert Ungle, Mr. James Loyd, John King, Jr.
Executor: Charles Stevens (surviving executor).
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Edward Punier 2.480 A TA £9.12.0 £13.12.7 Mar 29 1720
Payments to: Col. Mathew Tilghman Ward, David Hews, George Taylor, Robert Ungle, William Brown.
Administratrix: Mary Newman.
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Matthew Pickett 3.10 A TA £48.15.5 £38.5.11 Apr 19 1720
There are 3 folios numbered 1; for convenience, the first is cited as 1A; the second as 1B; the third as IC.
Payments to: Arthur Makgraw, William Dickenson, Thomas Blake & Co. (merchants), Samuell Plats, Marry Newton, Mr. Jacob Lockerman, Jean Trayman (whose husband is now dead), Mr. Nicol Gouldesbrough, Maurice Sisk, John Mears, William Salsbury, George Robins, John CUM, Robert Ungle (gentleman), John Oldham, Rachell Sango, Rebecca Dickenson & John Dickenson.
Mentions: wife (unnamed, dead).
Executor: Samuel Dickenson.
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Morris Giddins 3.33 A TA £66.12.4 £84.5.9 Apr 15 1720
Payments to: Joseph Harding, Richard Warbirck, William Gale, William Edmondson, William Dickinson, Samuel Platt, William Stevens, Pierce Welsh, John Carr, William Harrison, Robert Ungle, Esq., executor of David Fairbanks, Charles Ungle, John Oldham.
Executor: Edward Harding (executor of Mary Giddins (executrix of deceased))
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John Pitt 1.257 TA £698.0.5 Feb 6 1717
Appraisers: Thomas Taylor, Thomas Edmondson.
Creditors: R. Ungle, Foster Turbutt.
Next of kin: James Berry, Daniel Powell
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John Pitt 3.164 A TA £698.0.5 £156.17.9 Nov 29 1720
Received from: Rev. Henry Nicole.
Payments to: Thomas Potts, Daniel Walker, Foster Turbutt for Jane Coppedge, Samuel Dickenson due to William Dickenson by exception of Mr. Theodore Bonner, Mr. William Sweatnam, Jacob Lookerman, Jacob Lookerman due to John Sherwood, William Dobson, Robert Ungle, Esq., Mr. Nathaniel Wright, William Clayland, Richard Cribb, Mr. Richard Bennett, Bridget Dorset, Thomas Reason due to Madam Elisabeth Carter, Mr. Robert Grundy for use of Capt. Peter Blackstone, Foster Turbutt.
Legatees: Quakers Monthly Meeting paid to Samuel Dickenson, James Berry, wife (unnamed) of Daniel Powell & 2 of their children (unnamed), Elisabeth Sherwood then married to John Sherwood paid to James Berry.
Executrix: Rebecca Pitt.
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Benjamin Giddin 3.252 A TA £96.10.0 £117.3.11 Aug 30 1720
Payments to: Mr. Robertt Ungle, Mr. John Sullen, John Botfield paid to John Loveday, Rowland Evans, Elisabeth Corkerin, Thomas Tayler, John Oldham, Mr. Thomas Robins, Foster Turbutt, James Trayman paid by John Loveday, Mr. Thomas Docwra paid by John Loveday, Ann Marryland, Thomas Beswick (smith), Capt. William Greenwood, Richard Warbrick paid by John Loveday, Capt. Thomas Grushy, Mr. William. Galls, David Fairbanks, Lotan West, Foster Turbutt for Dr. John Carr, Mrs. Margarett Sullen, Kathrine Norwood, Mr. William Dikinson, Col. Robertt Grundy, William Bladen, Covert Loockerman, Thomas Bordley, Esq.
Administrators: Edward Hardin, Sarah Loveday by John Loveday.
Unadministered by Katherin Giddin.
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David Fairbank 3.254 A TA £31.19.9 £5.15.0 Aug 27 1720
A second inventory is cited in the amount of £4.10.6.
Payments to: Robertt Ungle, Esq., Mr. John Valliant, Thomas Bordley, Esq., Richard Bennett & Co., Foster. Turbutt.
Executors: Phillip Casey, getter Sanders.
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Mr. Samuel Cockayne 3.351 A TA £283.3.8 £163.3.l1 Nov 1 1720
Payments to: William Clayton, Jr., Thomas Eubanks (executor of Marmaduke Harrison), administrator of Dr. Scantlebury, Francis story, Robert Fouracres, Henry Pratt, Samuel Harwood, Bryant Shields, Fardinando Callaghan, William Dobson, Mr. Robert Ungle for use of His Excellency John Hart, due to Benedictus Lord Baltimore, Mr. Robert Ungle per Richard Bennett, Thomas Yewell, Mr. Henry Bally per order of John Barber, Mr. Richard Snowden, William Bladen, Esq. Thomas Bordley, Esq., Foster Turbutt.
Administratrix: Mrs. Anne Cockayne.

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Thomas Martin 3.473 A TA £69.19.8 Jul 3 1721
Payments to: John Blamer, John Meirs, Mr. Samuell Chamberlin, Capt. Isaac Hetson, Sir Thomas Johnson & Co., Mr. William Becket, John King & Co., William Warner, Mr. William Stevens, Mr. Peter Sharp, Thomas Martin, Sr., Nicholas Lurty, Samuell Dickinson, Judith Lord, Thomas Bordley, Esq., Samuell Turbutt, Robert Ungle, Esq.
Administratrix: Jane Robinson, wife of Solomon Robinson.
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James Ripeth 3.477 A TA £40.7.0 £14.15.3 Jun 19 1721
Payments to: Mr. Jacob Gibson, Mr. Richard Shurburn, Thomas Bordley, Esq., Thomas Hopkins, Robert Ungle, Esq., Foster Turbutt, William Clayland, John Ozment, Mrs. Ann Cockeyne.
Administratrix: Elisabeth Ripeth.
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John Parrett 4.27 A TA £44.18.10 £27.8.6 Aug 2 1721
Payments to: Mr, John Sullen, John Rackel, John Loveday, Mr. Thomas Richardson, Ruth Smith, Robert Ungle, Esq., Dr. John Carr, Mr. Thomas Bozman, Thomas Bordley, Esq., Foster Turbutt.
Executor; Benjamin Parrett.
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Edward Turner 4.28 A TA £22.17.3 £22.16.3 Sep 20 1721
Payments to: Esq. Bordeley, Mr. Michael Howard, Foster Turbutt, Sir Thomas Johnson & Co. paid to Mr. Cha. Markland, Robert Ungle, Esq.
Administratrix: Ann Turne
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George Hadaway 7.245 TA £137.6.5 Jun 13 1722 Jul 11 1722
Appraisers: James Dawson, William Lamden, Sr.
Creditors: R. Ungle, John Pott.
Next of kin: George Haddaway, Thomas Haddaway.
Executrix: Sarah Hadaway.
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Stephen Thomas 7.169 A TA £127.10.0 £19.12.7 Dec 14 1724
List of debts: John Pursell (insolvent).
Payments to: Robert Ungle, Jacob Gibson, John Ostin, Richard Hammond, Robert Finley, William Dixon, William Clayton, Edward Chattam, Patrick Cray, Mathew Smith, Mary Sargent.
Administrators: Thomas Murphey and his wife Alice Murphey
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Col. William Dent 6.41 A CH £2728.19.9 £3023.19.1 Jul 7 1724
Received from: Capt. Richard Smith, William Sweatnam, John Rogers, Lewis Duvall, Thomas Mudd, John Freeman, Philip Hoskins, Esq., Elisha James, Ralph Williamson, Heneage Robinson, Robert Ungle, Esq., Richard Harrison, William Newman, Samuell Norbury, Richard Boughton, Elisabeth Shuttleworth, James Marten, Durham Vestry, Robert Lee, Francis Learson, John Miller (planter), William Moncaster, John Marloe, Thomas Austin, Richard Wheeler, John Grey, Morris Fitzgerald, Francis Miller, John Contee, Esq., Thomas Wright, William Frost, John Wood, Thomas Macnemara, Mary Mitchell, Edward Millstead, William Lampton, Mark Atkins, Marten Campbell, Henry Smith, John Barron, Notley Rorer, Joseph Harrison, Peter McMillian, John Gresham, William Stone.
Payments to: Richard Lleweilin for costs & judgement obtained by Jeremiah Adderton, Edward Benson, Col. Addison, John Beale & Thomas Stone, James Ashbrooke, Edward Rookwood, Pryor Smallwood, George Plater, Esq., John Speak, John Evans, John Bead, John Banister.
Mentions: cost of suit in Calvert County against Richard Blundell (dead, insolvent), cost of nonsuit against John Gresham, cost of nonsuit against executor of Cheseldyne, cost of suit on account of the Prize of St. Paul of Rochell.
Distribution to: George Dent (his filial portion), Richard Tarvis (his wife's (unnamed) filial portion), Peter Dent (1/4 of 2/3), Capt. Philip Lee (his wife's (unnamed) 1/3).
Executor: Capt. Thomas Dent.
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James Blair 10.54A TA £120.16.0 May 2 1724 Jun 22 1724
There are two folios numbered 54; for convenience of identification, the first has been transcribed as 54A.
Appraisers: John Nutter, David Robinson. Creditors: R. Ungle, Benjamin Pemberton. Administrator: Francis Skirvan
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James Blair 6.283 A TA £120.16.0 £153.16.8 Jan 19 1724
Received from: Mr. Benjamin Pemberton.
Payments to: Robert Ungle, Esq., Robert Ungle, Esq. for bill of exchange on Mr. John Calder (merchant in London), Henry Wharton, Mr. George Robins, Andrew Scott paid Mr. Robert Gordon, Michaell Howard, Esq., Samuell Martin, Foster Conliff paid to John Nutter, Thomas Bronak, Walter Campbell, Benjamin Pemberton, George Shonahan, Philip Fedeman for suit obtained by Samuell Martin, Michaell Howard Esq. for suit obtained by Samuel]. Martin, Michaell Howard, Esq. for action against Thomas Brannok, Thomas Brannok, Thomas Bozman, Thomas Brook & William Holland & Thomas Addison, Esq.
Administrator: Francis Skirven.
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Richard Kenderdine 6.326 A TA £25.14.10 £21.13.11 May 18 1725
Payments to: Robert Ungle, Esq., Edward Harding, Charles Hicks, Thomas Addison & Daniel Dulany, Esq., William Holland & Thomas Addison & Daniel Dulany, Esq., Nathaniel Grace & Darby Harwood.
Mentions: widow (unnamed, dead).
Administrators: Thomas Studhorne, David Hughes.
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Robert Morton 6.370 A TA £45.13.0 Apr 21 1725
Payments to: Sir Thomas Johnson & Co., Dr. John Bullen, Capt. Richard Coward (dead) paid to Mrs. Sibilla Coward, Elisabeth Davis daughter to Capt. John Davis paid to her guardian William Elbert, John Ward, Robert Ungle, Esq., Thomas Brooke & William Holland & Thomas Addison, Esq. paid to Mr. Edward Elliott, Thomas Bozman, Perry Benson & Thomas Hopkins.
Executors: Francis Pickerson (also Francis Pickron), Henry Burgis.
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William Marten 6.372 A TA £181.3.10 £172.11.5 May 12 1725
A second inventory is cited in the amount of £54.8.10. A third inventory is cited in the amount of £17.6.8.
Payments to: Sollomon Songo, Samuell Platt, Joseph Murduck, Thomas Taylor, George Robins (administrator of Mr. Thomas Robins), Robert Ungle, Esq., Richard Bennett, Esq., Peter Sharpe, Foster Cunliffe paid to Alexander Shettleworth, Joseph Songo, Mr. John Grason, Thomas Addison & Daniell Dulany, Esq. paid to Mr. Edward Elliott, Thomas Brooke & William Holland & Thomas Addison, Esq. paid to Mr. Edward Elliott, Michaell Howard, Esq. paid to Mr. Edward Elliott, Thomas Bozman, Richard Bennett, Esq. paid to Mr. Daniell Magruder, Peter Winstoly, Mr. Edward Elliott, Thomas Lee, Benjamin Gaine, Elisabeth Ashburn
Legal representatives: widow (unnamed), 6 children (unnamed).
Executors: Richard Giles and his wife Phebe Giles
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Capt. Richard Coward 6.384 A TA £521.4.9 £200.6.9 May 18 1725
Payments to: John Lockerman, Capt. Edward Markland, Mr. William Beckett of Liverpoole paid to Mr. Samuell Chamberlain, Abraham Brumill, Mr. William Murry, John Walland, John Gilpen & Co. of Whitehaven paid to Jonathon Taylor, David Davis, James Ogle, Vestry of St. Michaell's Parish, Dr. Ellias Smith, Robert Goldsbrough, Esq., Richard Bennett, Esq., Thomas Cobb, Robert Ungle, Esq., Michaell Howard, Esq., Philip Fedeman, Michael Howard, Esq., Thomas Addison & Daniell Dulany, Esq. paid to Edward Elliott, William Holland & Thomas Addison & Daniell Dulany, Esq. paid to Edward Elliott, Thomas Brooke & William Holland & Thomas Addison, Esq.paid to Edward Elliott, Thomas Bozman, Mary Dickson, Samuell Day, Jonathon Taylor, Thomas Marten.
Legal representatives: relict (unnamed), 3 children (unnamed).
Executrix: Mrs. Sybilla Coward (relict).
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James Hunter 7.13A A TA £18.16.0 £21.18.1 Jul 7 1725
There are two folios numbered 13; for identification, the first is cited as 13A; the second, as 13B.
Payments to: Thomas Taylor, Robert Ungle, Esq., Mary Gidins, Sibylla Coward (executrix of Capt. Richard Coward), Thomas Bozman, Thomas Brooke & William Holland & Thomas Addison, Esq. paid to Edward Elliott.
Administrators: John Lench and his wife Ellenor Lench
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David Arey 7.46 A TA £71.14.9 Aug 10 1725
Received from: John Cooper.
Payments to: William Jump due to William Tompson, Thomas Baynard, George Bowes, Dr. John Carr, Elisabeth Stacey paid to her husband Richard Swift, Col. William Coursey paid to Samuell Turbutt, Robert Ungle, Esq., Jeremiah Jadwyn, Richard Bennett, Esq., James Willson.
Mentions: orphans (unnamed).
Executor: Joseph Arey (Quaker).
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Arthur Maygraugh 7.213 A TA £65.12.5 £34.10.4 Nov 24 1725
Payments to: Sir Thomas Johnson & Co. paid to Charles Markeland, Robert Ungle, Esq., Benjamin Pemberton, Madam Ann Loyd (executrix of Col. Robert Grundy), Capt. Nicholas Lowe, Steward Rouan paid to Robert Louery, Daniell Sherwood, Nicholas Larkey, Daniell Lock, Thomas Brooke & William Holland & Thomas Addison, Esq. paid to Edward Elliott, Michaell Howard, Esq., Thomas Bozman, Richard Nickson.
Legal representatives: accountant, 6 children (unnamed).
Administrators: Darby Dorrigan and his wife Katherine Dorrigan.
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Col. Robert Grundy 7.260 A TA £1624.12.2 £778.9.10 Mar 24 1725
A second inventory is cited in the amount of £773.7.0.
Payments to: Thomas Arthurson, John Lewis, Thomas Edmonson & Thomas Hopkins, Nicholas Lurtey, Richard Cooper, Benjamin Pemberton from the estate of his father John Pemberton, Benjamin Pemberton, Edward Turner, Henry Bayly, John Bush, Simon Jeffers, Daniell Dulany, Esq., Richard Trensam for fees against Benjamin Pemberton, Paul Roux, James Earle, Thomas Bozman, Ambrose Kinnimont, Edward Wright, Michael Howard, Esq., Mary Edmonson, Joseph Airey, James Anderson, James Anderson & Daniell Boyer & Peter Russum (heirs of
Dodd), Daniel Sherwood pursuant to award made by Mathew Tilghman Ward & Robert Ungle, Esq., Francis Perkins, John Parr, Roger Jones, Sir Thomas Johnson & Co. paid to William Grantham, Joshua George.
Legatees: Mrs. Deborah Pemberton (now Deborah Hawkins) paid to her current
husband Mr. John Hawkins, Mary Edmonson, David Macqueen, 3 daughters
(Henrietta Maria, Margarett, Deborah) of Anne Lloyd (accountant).
Mentions: Col. James Lloyd (executor, dead), John Pemberton (executor, dead). Administrators/Executors: Mrs. Anne Lloyd (of Talbot County), John Hawkins (of
Queen Anne's County) and his wife Deborah Hawkins.
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Thomas Evins 7.78 A TA £8.4.7 £8.4.1 Sep 1 1725
Payments to: Robert Ungle, Esq., Thomas Bozman (accountant), Michael Howard, Esq., Dr. Evin Jones.
Administrator: Thomas Bozman.
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William Bladen, Esq. 7.306 A AA. £2008.8.5 £460.12.11 Mar 23 1725
He died in August.
Received from: John Navarre, John Oldham (administrator of Thomas Lewis), attorneys of Governour Hart, Nathaniell Baker, Mr. Howell, Nathaniell Horsey, Robert Ungle, Esq., Robert Dansie.
Payments to: Robert Ungle, Esq., Frances Shorter (administratrix of James
Campbell), Samuell Young, Esq., Charles Carroll, Esq., Mr. Thomas Bordley,
Mr. Amos Garrett, Mr. Charles Carroll, Richard Brickles, Lawrence Gary,
Vachell Denton, executor of Charles Carroll, Esq., Alexander Warfield. Mentions: Mr. Steele, Mr. John Beard.
Administrators: Benjamin Tasker and his wife Anne Tasker (daughter).
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John Bradshaw 11.279 TA £81.8.4 May 5 1726
Appraisers: Richard Aldern, John Valiant.
Creditors: Samuell Chamberlin, R. Ungle.
Next of kin: Thomas Bradshaw, John Lenaur.
Administratrix: Elisabeth Bradshaw.
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Edmondson Stevens 11.438 TA £113.16.6 Jun 10 1725 Jun 29 1726
Appraisers: Thomas Martin, John Oldham.
Creditors: Thomas Bozman, R. Ungle.
Next of kin: Peter Sharp, Peter Stevens.
Administratrix: Mrs. Elisabeth Stevens.
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Edmondson Stevens 7.472 A TA £113.16.6 £92.16.1 Jul 6 1726
Payments to: Rachell Turbott, Rachell Turbott (executrix of Samuel], Turbott), Robert Ungle, Esq., Thomas Pamphilon, Hezekiah Mackey, Hizekiah Mackey, Robert Lowery, Mary Edmondson, Samuell Dickinson, Thomas Bozman, Thomas Brooke & William Holland & Thomas Addison, Esq. paid to Thomas Bozman, George Robins, Nicholas Closh.
Legal representatives: accountant, 7 brothers (unnamed) & sisters (unnamed). Administratrix: Elisabeth Stevens
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William Stevens 1.264 TA £241.1.9 Feb 4 1717 Jun 14 1718
Appraisers: John Oldham, John Martin.
Creditors: R. Ungle, Foster Turbutt.
Next of kin: Thomas Edmondson, Edmondson Stevens.
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William Stevens 7.474 A TA £89.4.1 Jul 6 1726
Payments to: George Watts paid to Samuell Dickenson, Robert Ungle, Esq., Thomas Bordley, Esq. paid to Charles Ungle, MM John King & Co. paid to Capt. Richard Coward, John Oldham, Richard Bennett, Esq.
Legal representatives: widow (unnamed), 7 children (unnamed).
Administratrix: Elisabeth Stevens
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Charles Steevens 10.113 A TA £106.6.4 £68.7.8 Oct 21 1729
A second inventory is cited in the amount of £20.12.9.
Payments to: William Cole, William Elbert, Thomas Richardson, Richard Bennett, Esq. & Co. paid to Thomas Richardson, Mrs. Frances Ungle (administratrix of Robert Ungle, Esq.), Rachell Turbott (executrix of Samuel Turbott (surviving executor of Foster Turbott)), Richard Bennett, Esq., Charles Calvert, Esq. paid to Mr. Nicholas Lowe.
Executrix: Mary Miller, wife of John Miller.
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John Ross 8.91 A TA £24.7.0 £17.16.8 Aug 10 1726
Payments to: John Emerson, William Clayton, Esq., William Clayland, Thomas Bozman, Robert Ungle, Esq.
Mentions: "died without any issue in this country or any relations & kin." Executors: Roger Clalond (also Roger Clayland), John Clayland (executors of Elisabeth Ross (administratrix of deceased)).
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Henry Trippe 8.359 A DO £104.8.2 Oct 21 1727
Received from: Robert Ungle, Esq., Charles Ungle, Thomas Abbott, Mary Lee, Edward Willowby, Ann Parker, Arrabella Killman, John Claridge, Abraham Wackker, Robert Dixon, Richard Mitchell, William Trippe, John Seward, John Davis, Francis Andertell, George Powell, Capt. Rodgers, Thomas Eccleston, William Lovell (merchant in London).
Payments'to: James Pemberton paid to his brother Benjamin Pemberton, Isaac Nicholls paid to Thomas Nevett & William Arundell, Arthur Smith, Phillip Lecompt & Thomas Lecompt, Isaac Nichols, Richard Norman, John Flowers, Charles Cole, Joshua Kennerly, Henry Lazenby, Charles Carroll, Thomas Bordley, Esq., Phill. Lloyd, Esq., executrix of Mr. Thomas Macnemara, Samuell Chew, John Moale, Daniell Maud, Robert Gording, Samuel Chew of Maidstone, John Stephens, executor of Col. Thomas Ennalls, a nonsuit recovered by George Robins & Francis Armstrong, William Beckingham for prosecuting against Roans Baile, M. Howard for prosecuting against John Brannock, Maj. Henry Ennalls.
Legatees: Edward Trippe (brother), William Trippe, 2 sons (unnamed) of William Trippe, 2 daughters (unnamed) of William Trippe, John Trippe.
Executors: John Eccleston and his wife Susannah Eccleston, Henry Trippe.
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Henry Trippe 10.272 A DO £19.1.5 May 23 1730
Payments to: Robert Ungle, Andrew Willowby, Richard Noeman (executor of Richard Watts), Richard Hill, Giles Williams, Peter Ross, Capt. William Greenwood, Charles Calvert, Esq.
Executors: John Eccleston and his wife Susanna Eccleston, Henry Trippe.
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John Hankins 9.285 A TA £28.8.11 £6.6.2 Nov 20 1728
Payments to: Thomas Tomlinson, Edward Newmun, Emanuell Evins, Edward Nedles,
Robert Ungle, Esq., Edward Elliott, Thomas Bozman. Legal representatives: accountant, 1 child (unnamed). Administratrix: Elisabeth Gresherx wife of John Gresherx (also John Grosherx).
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William Hemsley 6.48 A QA £107.7.9 Jun 7 1729
of Talbot County.
Payments to: Charles Carroll for Lord Baltimore, Richard Carter, William Dent, Lord Baltimore, Col. Thomas Smithson, Col. Ward, Robert Goldsborough, James Scott, Edward Latham, Jeffris Hardman, Anthony Wise, Dennis Hopkins, Mr. Carroll, Phill. Masley, John Allen, Phill. Armstrong, John Swift, John Jones (carpenter), Col. Grundy, James Lyn, Vincent Hemsley, Robert Ungle, Mr. Charles Carroll.
Executor: Mr. William Hemsley (executor of Phill. Hemsley (executor of deceased)).
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William Love 10.255 A TA £35.5.6 £18.12.2 Apr 20 1730
Sureties: Thomas Martin, Loftus Boudle.
Payments to: Edward Hardin, Sollomon Songoe, Thomas Boman, Robert Ungle, Esq., Thomas Brook & William Holland, Esq. paid to Thomas Bozman.
Legal representatives: 3 children (unnamed).
Mentions: widow (unnamed) married the accountant.
Administrator: Thomas Rathell.
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Joseph Hopkins 10.707 A TA £145.10.11 £52.19.9 Mar 10 1730
Payments to: Evan Powell, William Skinner, Jr., John Lurty, John Wallice, Nicholas Goldsbrough, Jr., Peter Sharpe, Joshua Grason, George Shanahan, Elisabeth Bartlet, Robert Dodson, David Hughes, John Loockerman & Thomas Spry, Thomas Richardson, William Clayland, Daniel Sherwood, John Auld, Thomas Hopkins, Mr. Foster Conliff, William Lampson, Mrs. Frances Ungle (administratrix of Robert Ungle, Esq.), Joseph Hopkins, Jr., Benjamin Druett, Thomas Pamphilon, Tench Francis, Richard Porter, Dennis Hopkins.
Administratrix/Executrix: Susanah Bruff (late Susanah Hopkins)
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James Colston 12.134 A TA £81.11.1 Oct 17 1733
Sureties: Henry Bally, James Coborn.
Payments to: Mr. George Robins, George Shanohan, Isaac Tuney, Robert Newcomb, Thomas Pamphilon, Mrs. Frances Ungle (administratrix of Robert Ungle, Esq.), William Clayton, Mr. Tench Francis, Thomas Bozman, Charles Calvert paid to Thomas Bozman, Edward Henry Calvert paid to Mr. Nicholas Lowe,
Legatees: Rose Colston.
Distribution to: executrix.
Executrix: Elisabeth Skinner, wife of William Skinner
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Col. Roger Woollford 12.179 A DO £912.1.7 £109.2.2 Mar 6 1733
Sureties: Rev. Thomas Airey, Capt. Richard Willis.
Payments to: Richard Bennett, Esq. & Co., Isaac Johns (of Calvert County), Robert Ungle, Esq., William Johns, Capt. Robert Gordon (of Anne Arundel County), Joshua Kennerly, Dr. William Murray, Michael Howard, Esq. on account of Charles Ungle, Lewis Grifin.
Representatives: executors, Elisabeth Hicks, Mary Pitt, Sarah Jones.
Executors: Elisabeth Woollford, Thomas Woollford, John Woollford,
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Col. Edward Scott 12.611 A KE £59.18.10 Aug 24 1734
Received from: George Gleaves, John Tilden.
List of debts: executor of James Fanning, executor of John Caslett, Patrick McNeale, Marg. Biggs, John Evitt, Peter Finnicomb, Francis Hill.
Payments to: Frances Ungle (administratrix of Robert Ungle) paid to Tench Francis, James Calder for settling accounts at request of Richard Bennett, Esq. & Edward Scott (acting executors of the deceased) paid by Richard Bennett, Esq. & Gilbert Falconer on behalf of his brother John Falconer & Joseph Nicholson (accountant), John Huntington, Charles Hynson, James Smith, William Crow.
Executors: Joseph Nicholson and his wife Hannah Nicholson (executrix of Edward Scott (executor of deceased)).
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John Price (Joyner) 17.256 A TA £130.0.5 Aug 28 1739
Estate included items of effects of John Dawson.
Payments to: Dr. Richard Porter, William Johnson, Thomas Nevett, Nicholas Lowe, Frances Ungle (administratrix of Robert Ungle, Esq.), James Hollyday, Esq., Philemon Lloyd, Esq. paid to John Sutton.
Representatives (children): Thomas Taylor Price, William Price, Mary Price, Sophia Price.
Administratrix: Ann Newcom, wife of Robert Newcom.
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Thomas Bordley, Esq. 16.258 A AA £165.0.8 Jun 23 1758
The amount of the accounts also included £111.11.8 in sterling. Mentions lands in Cecil County and Kent County.
Received from: estate of Dr. Hepburn, Francis Holland received from John Crockett, Aquila Hall, Roger Matthews, Roger Matthews & John Stokes, Dr. James Boswell & Dr. George Stewart garnishees of George Nelson.
Payments to: William Mingay (of London), Mr. Heath Mr. James Harris, Mr. Diggs,
Daniel Dulany, Esq., Ungle in suit against Peter Taylor, Mr. Howard,
Mr. Samuel Hopkins (administrator de bonis non of Dr. Hepburn) for items sent to Mr. Hunt, estate of Dr. Hepburn, Elisabeth Rowlandson (executrix of Richard Rowlandson) paid by Mr. Hunt, Stephen West, Mrs. Beale (executrix of John Beale).
Mentions (children, minors): 
Ungle, Robert {addl records2} (I96019)
 
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Joanes, Thomas, Talbot Co., 10th Sept., 1680; 24th Mch., 1681.
To sons John and George, if either come into the province, home plantation and land on Wickamiss Branch.
To dau. Mary at 14 yrs. of age, 300 A., "Pleasant Spring;" also home plantation if neither of the afsd. sons come into the province.
To son-in-law William Eaton, 200 A., "James' Delight."
To Richard Scrivener, John Gibson, and godson Thomas Beuffe, personalty.
Ex. Jno. Johnson.
Overseers: Col. Philemon Lloyd, Hugh Sherwood, Dr. Jas. Eustis, Jno. Offley, Sr.
Test: Thos. Massey, Jno. Offley. 2. 133.
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Thomas Jones 7C.55 A TA #39401 #39401 May 1 1682
Legatees: Mary Jones (daughter) delivered to Thomas Massey, Thomas Bruff, Jr. delivered to Thomas Bruff, Sr., John Offley, Jr. delivered to John Offley, Sr.
Payments to: John Offly, William Cowell, Richard Scrivener delivered to Thomas Massey, Thomas Massey, Thomas Massey, Jr., Thomas Massey, Sr., James Sedgewick, James Coursey, James Murphey, Robert Smith, John Hinson, Thomas Collins, Henry Price, John Ewbank paid to Henry Sadler, Mr. Ambros Barnes & Mr. Michaell Taylor (both merchants of Newcastle) as per obligation with Philip Leese, William Cowley, John Lilinton, Mathew Read, John Swayne, John Cheres, Margarett Parridge, James Coursey, Michael Miller, George Watkins, Mrs. Mary Tilghman.
Executor: John Johnson.
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Mr. Edward Smith 21.84 I KE £666.10.1 {1701}
Servants mentioned: Dennis, Eldridge, John Gregory, Arthur Magdaniell, Frank, Michaell, Michaell Gregory.
Appraisers: John Jordain, Henry Green.
List of debts: Charles Hollinsworth, William Hynson, John Lewis, John Foallows, Thomas Hind, Mathew Mason, Patrick Obryant, Henry Hynson, Solomon Wright, Richard Scrivener, John Sinot, William Sparks, John West, Daniel Toad, Hugh Marsh, John Boult, Richard Tilghman, Mathew Collier, Patrick Creagh, Renatus Smith, Walter Smith, Daroy Obryant, John Aley, Dr. Chetham, John Austin, Thomas Punney, Edward Magdaniel, Stephen Richgo, Thomas Bayley, Rennatus Smith, Mr. Patrick Creagh, Stephen Rich, William Scott, Nathaniell Hynson, Mr. Robert Smith, John Hodgin, William Hollinsworth, John Davis, Thomas Newton, Richard Jerrom, John Faulkener (runaway).
Mentions: money in England in the hands of Edward Wright. 
Scrivener, Richard (I100113)
 
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John Booker 28.91 A CA £22.0.0 £27.19.3 Mar 18 1749
Received from: John Skinner, Mary Smith, John Conner, Littleton Waters, Samuel Austin, Clement Smith.
Payments to: Thomas Ireland, Jr., David Arnold, Philip Dowell, John Smith.
Administrator: Rev. Mr. Ja. Williamson. 
Booker, John (I100742)
 
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John Bowen 20.528 A BA £65.14.10 Nov 27 1744
Payments to: Mr. Joseph Adams (merchant in London), Mr. Thomas White, Daniel Dulany, Esq.
Mentions: several representatives (unnamed).
Distribution to: executor.
Executor (acting): Samuel Bowen.
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John Bowen, Jr. 19.412 A BA £177.16.7 £206.5.9 Jun 23 1743
Payments to: John Rich, Henry Hendrickson, William Fell, Elisabeth Day, MM William Hammond & William Hamilton & Andrew Reed, Edward Fell paid to Thomas Sligh, Buckler Patridge, George Bailey, Jr. (dead) paid to Thomas Sheredine for use of Rachel Bailey his administratrix, Richard Gist, Jonathon Forward paid to Darby Lux, William Cox paid to William Hammond.
Administratrix: Rosannah Bowen, wife of John Ogle.
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John Demmett 22.261 BA £19.14.4 Oct 5 1734 Jun 11 1737
Appraisers: Philip Jones, Jr., John Bowen, Jr.
Next of kin: Richard Demett, Susannah Morcods, Richard Demitt, Rachel Demett. Administrator/Executor: Thomas Demmitt.
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Morris (Morress), Jacob, Baltimore Co., 30th Nov., 1734 ; 17th July, 1735.
To son Jacob and hrs., dwelling plantation with land; and personalty.
To sons John and Jeremiah and daus. Rebeckah and Elizabeth and Joseph Cromwell, personalty. Residue of personalty to be divided among all child. Dau. Comfort to have care of sons John and Jeremiah until 19 yrs of age.
Exs.: Dau. Comfort and son Jacob.
Test: John Bowen, Jr., Tobias Stansbury. 21. 436.
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Richard Gist 20.455 A BA £890.9.3 £84.15.7 Oct 23 1744
A second inventory is cited in the amount of £72.8.10. The amount of the accounts also included £360.7.8 in sterling & #3105.
Received from: John Bowen, Jr. (dead).
Payments to: Thomas Tipton, Alexander Hamilton, Thomas Benson, John Hunt, Johanna Jones, John Gardner (dead) per his executors Luke Trotten & William Hamilton paid to said Luke, Jos. Middlemore, William Taylor, John Shepherd, Thomas Franklin, John Fraizer, MM Philip Hammond & John Galloway, Richard Bennett, Esq., William Worthington, William Rogers, Matthew Colter, Edward Fell, James Rigbie, Charles Rogers for bill of Rosanna Bowen on Philpot & Lee, Catherine Welsh, Samuel Gray.
Administrator: Christopher Gist.

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Bowen, John, planter, Baltimore Co., 16th April, 1742 ; 6th May, 1742.
To son Jonas and hrs., 1/2 "Bowen's Purchase" where he now lives.
To daus. Martha and Mary and hrs., residue of "Bowen's Purchase."
To son Samuel and hrs., dwel. plan. being part of "Jonases Ridge" and "Jonases Addition."
To Edward and hrs., "Cossell Hill" where son John formerly lived.
Sh. any sons afsd. die without hrs. lands to pass to eldest living daughter.
To wife Mary, dau. Elizabeth and children, afsd. residue of estate.
Exs.: Wife and son Samuel.
Test: Thos. Sheredine, Jno. Serjeant, Jos. Perrigoy. 22. 470 
Bowen, John (I98669)
 
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John Ireland 8.510 A PG £9.16.1 £4.5.8 Dec 9 1727
Received from: William Clark, Zephaniah Wade, James Bramele, Thomas Norton, Thomas Stonestreet, James Mills, Phillip Tippitt, Edward Perkins, Walter Bayne, Samuell Love, John Abbington, John Lanham, John Dickeson, William Cotten.
Payments to: Francis Tollson, Henry Massey, James Ronald, William Cotten, William Ponson, Dr. John Whetenhall, William Wills, Col. T. Truman Greenfield.
Mentions: "heirs if any are in London; deceased was a Londoner".
Administratrix: Elisabeth Ireland.
 
Ireland, Elizabeth MNU (I19542)
 
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John Ratterford 7.445 A PG 216.2.9 233.17.7 Jul 9 1726
Payments to: Thomas Gant, Mary Rust, Col. Haddock, Henry French.
Administrator: Samuell Magruder. 
Ratterford, John (I95010)
 
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Joseph White 30.150 PG £48.7.9 Aug 14 1744 Nov 28 1744
Appraisers: Samuel Magruder, Magruder.
Creditors: Mat. Hopkins, G. Watson
Administratrix: Elisabeth White
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Jos. White 21.285 A PG £48.7.9 £39.4.3 May 2 1745
Payments to: Samuel Magruder, Sr., James Wallace, Matthew Hopkins, Dr. James Doull, John Reid, Samuel Magruder, Daniel Dulany, Esq., Peter Dent, John Cooke, Esq., Frances Rymer.
Heirs: children: Altheia, Elisabeth, Sarah, Jos..
Administratrix: Elisabeth White.

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1739-1743 Land Records of Prince George's County MD {TLC}
Liber Y, Page 647
25 Mar 1743; Recorded at request of Joseph White:
5 Feb 1743; Indenture between John Reed, planter, and Joseph White, planter; for 6,000# tobacco; tract called Reed's Delight; containing 100 acres; /s/ John Reed; wit. Edw. Offutt, Tho. Hilleary; ack. Elizabeth Reed, wife of John
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1733-1739 Land Records of Prince George's County MD
Liber T, Page 212
Recorded at request of Richard White, 1 Jan 1734:
6 Jul 1734; Indenture between Frances Wilson of Calvert Co.,
widow, and Joseph White, planter of Calvert Co.; whereas Wm.
Renshaw and Ann his wife, exs. of Capt. Thos. Fletchall; by
deed dated 1718 made over to Frances Wilson a tract called
Fletchall's Garden; this indenture from Francis Wilson for £27
from Joseph White tract called Fletchall's Garden; containing 75
acres; /s/ Frances Wilson (mark); wit. Phil. Dowell, James
Leach; ack. Frances Wilson 
White, Joseph (I97139)
 
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King George County Deed Book 1; Page 56
pp. 410-411 Indenture 17th December 1726 between PATRICK HAMRICK of County of ture 20th October 1709 conveyed by SEM COXE to ROBT. INGLES and lying between the land of Simmons and ye Gleabe Land .. to WM. BUNBURY
Presence Paul Micou Junr., Patrick Hamrick
Jno. Long, John Anthard Margaret x Hamrick
6th January 1726 recorded .. and Robert x Ingles
MARGARET HAMRICK and SARAH INGLES their Sarah x Ingles
wifes relinquished their Rights of Dower and Thirds ..
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King George County Deed Book 1; Page 57
pp. 411-413
Know all Men .. We PATRICK HAMRICK of County of King George and ROBERT INGLES of County of Stafford .. am bound to SAMUEL SKINKER sum of ffive hundred Pounds Sterling .. 17th October 1726. Condition .. if above bounded .. well and truly observe the covenants obligation to be void .. otherwise to remain in full force ..
Patrick Hamrick
Recorded 6th January 1726. Robert x Ingles
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1726-1729 King George County, Virginia Deed Book 1, Part 2; [Antient Press]; Page 451-451
Indenture 31st August 1727 between JOSEPH STROTHER & JNO. ffARGUSON both Vestreymen in Hanover Parish in County of King George of one part and SAMUEL SKINKER Merchant of same of other part .. Whereas SEM COX deced in his lifetime was seized of 92 acres in his Demesne as of 100 lying formerly in the north side of the Parish of St. Mary's in Richmond County but now in ye Parish of Hanover in County of King George the said SEM COXE .. did make his last Will and Testament .. dated 18th October 1710 & thereby did Will said land in form as followeth: that
is to say (Item that in case .. JOSEPH DOWNING should happen to dey without any Issue of his body lawfully begotten .. after decease of sd Ann his Mother I give .. all my lands to use & behoof of the north side of the Parish of St. Mary's in County of Richmond to buy ornaments and other decent Utensils for the too churches therein as the minister & vestrymer of sd Parish for the time being shall limit and appoint and as there remain any of my land over & above ye Same .. then I give remainder over to minister & vestryment aforesaid to use of said Parish .. forever to be disposed of to such pious uses as they shall think fit) .. in same will did make BENJAMIN DESORETH & GEORGE DOWNING his Executors and SEM COXE so dying .. JOSEPH DOWNING hath died without any Issue of his body lawfully begotten after the decease of ANN his Mother and as much as sd ANN; also deceased; and whereas JOSEPH STROTHER & JOHN ffARGUSON by an order of the Vestry of Hanover Parish (which was at the time of making the sd will called Saint Mary's Parish) .. all appointed to sell the sd land .. and whereas the 92 acres part of the land mentioned .. in consideration of sum of 2200 pounds of Tobacco paid by SAMUEL SKINKER .. sell all tract of 92 acres commonly known by the name of the Glebe Land bounded on the west by the land of JOHN OWENS, on the north land of WM. BUNBURY, on the East with PATRICK HAMRICKS land on the south by Kays pattent
Presence Nicholas Porter, Joseph Strother
Benjamin Hensley Junr., John x Burn (Bourn) John Farguson 1st September 1727 .. Deed recorded.
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1726-1729 King George County, Virginia Deed Book 1, Part 2; [Antient Press]; Page 495-499
Indenture 2nd/3rd May 1728 between ANNE LAMPTON of King George County and ROBERT RICHARDS of County of Westmoreland .. by deeds of lease and release .. for fourty five Shillings current money and one chois negro in hand paid sold all that parcell of land which was formerly ROBT. KINGS being part of a greater dividend situate being between the countys of King George and Westmoreland in the Parish of St. Marias & the uper part of Washington Parish containing 100 acres bounded .. East side of a road called Hailes road; line of BENJA. NEWTON; SEM COX'S line; line of ANTHONY HAGGARD .. Presence Jeremiah Bronaugh, Ann Lampton, Mungo Roy, James Jones
3rd May 1728 .. Deeds of Lease and Release recorded .. Then came ANNE LAMPTON acknowledged this deed of Release .. to be her proper Act .. and EASTER JONES relinquished her right of Dower & thirds in & to the lands ..
Know all Men .. I ANNE LAMPTON .. am bound unto ROBERT RICHARDS .. in sum Eighty pounds Sterling money of England .. 3rd May 1728. Condition .. if ANNE truly perform all acts .. deed to ROBERT RICHARDS & the sd EASTER JONES in open court held County of King George relinquished all her right .. present obligation to be void or otherwise remain in full force.
Presence Jeremiah Bronaugh, Ann x Lampton
Mungo Roy, James Jones
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King George County Deed Book 1; Page 80
pp. 590-594 Indenture 3rd/4th April 1729 between CHRISTOPHER RODGERS & MARGARET his wife (in whom the Right Lyes) of Parish of Hanover King George County of one part & JOSEPH STROTHER of same, by deeds of lease & release .. for one thousand pounds of Tobacco sold 50 acres formerly taken up by WILLM. BERRY and SEM COXE and by the said Sem Coxe sold to the said MARGARET ROGERS .. beginning .. line of ROBERT HARRISON by a Spring; to the Doeg Swamp; line of Simson's Patent; Harrison's Spring branch .. Berry & Coxes line ..
Presence John Coburn, Christopher Rodgers
Baldwin Matthews Margaret Rodgers
5th April 1729 .. Then came CHRISTOPHER RODGERS & MARGARET his wife .. acknowledged this Deed .. said MARGARET being solely & Secretly Examined confessed it to be her voluntary act ..
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King George County Deed Book 1-a; Page 94
pp 52-57 Indenture 25th April 1730 between WILLIAM LAMPTON Planter King George County Hanover Parish and JAMES JONES Bricklayer of same .. for sum of Eighty pounds Sterl. money of great Britain sold tract of 220 acres being part thereof in counties of King George & Westmoreland & parish of Washington & Hanover .. part of 320 acres formerly purchaed by SEM COX of ROBERT PECK the other 100 acres sold by SEM COX to one EDWARD ROCH the 220 acres formerly sold unto THOMAS WHITE .. land beginning .. tree of EDWARD ROCH dividing lines between SEM COX & SAMUEL DUCHIMIA near road that goeth from PECKS to JOHN THOMAS .. crossing HALES his road; a fine Coole Spring run that issueth to upper Majestick Creek; land of WILLIAM CASH ..
Presence Jere. Bronaugh Senr., William Lampton
Jere. Bronaugh Junr., John Steward
June the 5th 1730 .. Reced of JAMES JONES two slaves under four foot high for the Two hundred & Twenty acres of Land which I am content .. I say reced by me WILLIAM LAMPTON.
5th June 1730 .. Deeds of Lease & Release and reced consideration recorded.
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King George County Deed Book 1-a; Page 103
pp. 126-129 Indenture lst/2nd April 1731 between JOHN SEAMAN of Parish of ffarnham in County of Richmond Planter and EDWARD BURGES Parish of Hanover King George County Planter .. by deeds of lease & release .. for 6000 pounds of good sound Merchantable Tobacco in Cask sold 100 acres on main ridge between the Rivers of Rappahannock & Potomack part in King George County & part in Stafford County bounded Beginning in Hanover Parish in King George County line of BENJAMIN STRIBLING; line of HENRY BERRYS land; land of Majr. JOHN ffITZHUGH; Rolling Road; land formerly belonging to Mr. WILLIAM BUNBURY; said land above bounded is part of tract formerly granted to Mr. SEM COX by pat from the Proprietors of northern neck of Virginia bareing date first March 1694/5 & sold by SEM COX to JOSEPH SEAMANS of Lancaster County as by Deed 26th of October 1709 doth appear & after Demised to above sd JOHN SEAMAN by last will & testament of JOSEPH SEAMAN father of the aforesaid JOHN bearing date 20th Novr. 1729 .. recourse to Records ..
Presence Thos. Catlett,
Wm. Strother, Jos: Berry John Seamans
7th May 1731 .. Then came JOHN SEAMANS acknowledged .. & ELIZABETH wife of said JOHN Relinquished her Dower & Thirds ..
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King George County Deed Book 1-a; Page 143
pp. 342-345 Indenture 5th/6th June 1735 between WILLIAM DULING Parish of Hanover King George County & THOMAS TURNER of same .. Surgeon .. by deeds of lease and release .. for Thirty pounds currt. money sold 184 acres beginning upon land of Peck, Cox & Butler .. line of ROBERT PECK, PETER BUTLER, SEM COX .. (except one acre part of the sd land lying on the west side thereof & crossing the ridge road and half thereof to be in Westmoreland County the other in King George County during natural life of the sd WILLIAM DULING)
Presence Thos. Stribling, William x Duling
Harry Turner, Wm. Thornton Junr.
3rd October 1735 .. Deeds of Lease & Release recorded .. ELIZABETH wife of WILLIAM DULING being solely examined .. acknowledged her free consent ..
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King George County Deed Book 2; Page 53
pp.493-497 Indenture made 10th/11th June 1743 between JAMES JONES Hanover Parish King George County Bricklayer and HESTER JONES his wife of one part and JAMES CASH Parish Washington Westmoreland County Planter .. by deeds of lease & release .. for sum Eighty three pounds current money of Virginia sold 220 acres being land whereon WILLIAM OWEN now dwells being part in Westmoreland County Washington Parish & part in Hanover Parish King George County .. beginning at land of EDWARD ROACH in line between Roach and SAMUEL DISHMAN .. Road that goeth from Pecks to JOHN THOMAS being the Beginning tree of 320 acres formerly belonging to SEM COX .. crossing Hale's Road .. fine Cool Spring .. Run that runs into Upper Machotick Creek .. line of WILLIAM CASH ..
Presence Harry Turner, James Jones
Joseph Berry, John Wren Hester Jones
At a court held 2nd September 1743 .. Deeds of lease & release together with Receipt for consideration money recorded.
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King George County Deed Book 2; Page 53
pp. 408-409 Indenture made 3rd May 1751 between THOMAS TURNER Gent. Parish of Hanover county King George & WILLIAM JAMESON of same .. grant to farm lett 184 acres of land being the land Turner purchased of WILLIAM DULING .. beginning upon land of Peck, Cox & Butler at a corner post to land of ROBT. PECK .. land of PETER BUTLER .. land of SEM COX .. for term of natural lives of William Jameson, DORITHY JAMESON his Wife and PHILLIP ILLINGSWORTH or longest liver .. paying yearly on 25th December 1752 One thousand pounds crop Tobacco and every year .. pay every year the Quitrents for the said land to the Chief Lord of the Fee
Presence Harry Turner, T: Turner
Wm. Coaton, Thos. Jett William x Jameson
At a court held 3d May 1751 .. Lease recorded.
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http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=128&last=129&g_p=G2&col lection=NN Grant
Title Cox, Lem.
Publication 1 March 1694/1695.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311.
Note Location: Richmond County.
Description: 378 acres in Stafford and Richmond Counties, adjoining Henry Berrie, George King. &c.
Source: Northern Neck Grants No. 2, 1694-1700, p. 128-129 (Reel 288). http://www.mindspring.com/~millsb/bridges.htm
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http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=70&last=&g_p=G3&col lection=NN Grant
Title Cox, Lem.
Publication 19 December 1704.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311.
Note Location: Richmond County.
Grantee(s): Cox, Lem and Berry, William.
Description: 349 acres adjoining James Phillips, Robt. Harrison, James Key, &c.
Source: Northern Neck Grants No. 3, 1703-1710, p. 70 (Reel 288). 
Cox, Sem {addl records2] (I84683)
 
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Lloyd, Edward, mcht., Parish of St. Botolph's Adgate, London, 9th Apr., 1737 ; Annapolis, 20th Aug., 1739.
To father Thomas Lloyd, wooldraper of parish, afsd., ex., personal estate.
Test: Robert Lord, Caesar Lord, Elizabeth Foster.
Note : Within mentioned Thomas Lloyd refuses to administer on estate in Maryland. 22. 54,
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MN Thomas & Edward Lloyd 35.149 CA ---- Feb 23 1739
Accounts.
Administrator/Executor: Richard Lane.
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John Cheshire 28.16 A AA £345.17.11 £96.2.10 Apr 11 1750
Received from: Richard Sheckal, George Chocke.
Payments to: Nicholas Norman, Thomas Wasson, William Williams, Capt. Joseph Cowman paid to James Neale, John Ramsay, James Dick (administrator of Thomas Lloyd), James Dick, Mrs. Franklin, Jonas Green, William Thornton, John Gassaway, Dr. John Hamilton.
Executors: Stephen West, Sr., Margaret Gott (late Margaret Cheshire).
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Hugh Arbuthnot 15.216 A PG £136.8.10 Nov 30 1736
Merchant in London.
Payments to: Maj. William Planner paid to Robert Jenckins Henry, Daniel Dulany, Esq. for Thomas Fletcher, Daniel Dulany, Esq., Thomas Lloyd paid to Richard Lane.
Administrator: Mr. George Buchanan (gentleman) for Nathaniel Fook & James Peirce & John Wood.
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Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 399
Enrolled at request of Philip Lee, Esq., bill of sale, 24 Jan 1731: 23 Jan 1731; John Cambden assigns to Edward and Thos. Loyd of London, merchants; my rights to one bay horse, one grey horse and one cow for consideration of a debt I owe sd. Loyd; /s/ John Camden; certified by Philip Lee 
Lloyd, Thomas (I61550)
 
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Lock, William, physician, A. A. Co., 29th Aug., 1729; 8th June, 1732.
To son William and his., dwell. plan. , being pt. of "Dinah's Beverdams," bou. of Robert Brown and wife, other pt. of sd. tract bou. of Thomas Foord and Robert Frankline; "Halloway's Increase," 200 A. of "Padget"; shd. sd. son die during minority or without issue, afsd. lands to be equally divided bet. cousins David Weems and his bro. James Weems.
To dau. Sarah and his., youngest dau. of wife , residue of "Paget," 85 A. bou. of John Gioles; sd. dau. dying without issue, to pass to son William and hrs.; he failing issue, to cousins afsd. and hrs.
cousin David Weems, the pt. of "Brewsly Hall" where he now lives, bou. of his wife and of Richard Lane; "Gott's Plantation," bou. of James McIntosh; and personalty:
To cousin James Weems and his., plantation in Virginia bou. of Edward Williams, right of land escheated of Jonas Jordan; and personalty.
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William Lock, Esq. 19.405 A AA £2603.17.2 £1840.2.7 Jun 18 1743
Received from: Richard Lane, John Goldsbarry, John Boyd, Rev. Mr. Donaldson, Thomas Harris, executors of Maj. Josias Towgood, Nicholas Watkins, George Taylor, Dr. Richard Hill, Edward Parrish, executors of widow Franklin, Hom Roberts, Capt. James Aiking, Humphry Meredith, Patrick Creagh, James Tucker, John Bannister, Jacob Franklin, John James Clugh, Mr. William Black (merchant in London), Mr. Robert Cruickshank (merchant in London), Mr. Isaac Milner (merchant in London), Mr. John Hanbury (merchant in London), Mathew Philpot, Robert Tyler.
Payments to: Nathan Lane (one of sons of Samuel Lane (dead, of Anne Arundel County), his portion of his father's estate), Amos Woodward (dead) paid to Edward Fotrell, Richard Tootel, John Watkins, William Ghiselin, John Long, Thomas Gassaway, Kenneth McKenzie, Anthony Gott, Harrison Lane (son of Samuel Lane (dead), his portion of his father's estate), William Fisher (his portion of his mother's (unnamed) estate), Capt. Joseph Cowman, John Coulseon, Abell Hill, Col. John Smith, John Chocke and his wife Rachel paid to _Zechariah Maccubbin, Zechariah Maccubbin, Rev. John Donaldson, Samuel Chew and his wife Sarah (daughter, her portion), 7 children (unnamed) of his wife by Samuel Lane & his "cozins" (unnamed) & their children (unnamed) (13 total).
Legatees: Nathan Lane (son of Samuel Lane (dead)), accountant, James Weems, Richard Lane, Thomas Lane, Joseph Lane, Benjamin Lane, Harrison Lane, Parrish of St. James, Williamina Moore (niece).
Executors: Mr. David Weems (gentleman), Mrs. Sarah Lock (now dead).
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Seth Biggs 32C.15 A AA E1346.15.7 Jun 13 1711
Received from: William Luddell, Joseph Jackson (merchant in London), Hennage Robinson.
Payments to: Isaac Milner, Dr. Moor, William Willis, Griffith Jones, Thomas Neale, John Tucker.
Administratrix: Mary Lock (widow), now wife of Dr. William Lock.
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Charles County Land Records, Liber Z, Page 60
Recorded at request of Dr. William Lock:
3 Jul 1703; Memorandum between Dr. William Lock and Henry Lindsey, age ca 19, with John Williams and Sarah his wife; Sarah being the sister of Henry who binds himself as apprentice and servant to Dr. Lock; /s/ Henry Lindsey (mark), John Williams (mark), Sarah Williams (mark), William Lock
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Prince George's Land Records 1717-1726 - Liber I - Folio: 28 o Indenture, 1 Jul 1720; enrolled 24 Dec 1720
From: John Ford and James Ford, carpenters of Prince George's County
To: Dr. William Lock of Anne Arundel County
James Ford of Anne Arundel County, planter and father of John and James, willed them a tract of land called Rockford taken up in 1679 by Thomas Ford, father of James, Sr.; then lying in Baltimore County on the west side of the Susquehanna River; bounded by the river and land of Edward Parish; containing 300 acres; sold for £30
Mt John Ford (seal), James Ford (seal)
Wit: John Howard, James Howard
Acknowledged by Anne Ford, wife of John, and Mary Ford, wife of James
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Baylie (Bayly), William, Chas. Co.. 7th Aug., 1702: 15th Aug., 1702.
Testator confirms will made in Eng., in which he gives to his brother John the greater part of his estate in Md. and Va.
Francis Harrison, ex. of sd. estate, and to bold same in trust for benefit of brother afsd.
Test: Wm. Dent, Geo. Elgin, Wm. Lock. 11. 209.
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Holland, William, A. A. Co.,17th Aug., 1724; 25th Oct., 1732.
To son Francis and hrs., lands now in poss. of testator, formerly the right and inheritance of his grandfather and uncle Francis Holland, dec'd, except what is already disposed of by deed of gift to grandson Francis, son of sd. Francis; also 135 A. "Herring Creek" and "Conants Chance," bou. of Wm. Russell and John Dikes; and 1,100 A. nr. Bush R., Baltimore County, bou. of Bennett Creed and William Wilson; and personalty; exs. instructed to pay £130 to Richard Bennett and £140 to Daniel Dulany, testator being security for payment on acct. of sd. son.
To sons Francis, William and Thomas and hrs., 200 A. "Minor's Adventure."
To son William and hrs., 960 A. "Dowsdale" and "Abbington's Mannour," bou. of hrs. of John Abbington, dec'd; 335 A. "Biggs Purchase," bou. of hrs. of Seth Biggs, dec'd.; 950 A. "Batchelours Good Luck," on Deer Ck., Baltimore County, and 50 A. adj., bou. of Cadwallader Jones, of sd. co.; and personalty.
To son Thomas and hrs., "St. James Enlarged," Calvert County, 37 ½ A., pt. pf "Alexander's Hope," adj. thereto; 425 A., pt. of "His Lordshipp's Favour," bou. of John and Aron Cobreath; 25 A. bou. of Hercules Humes, 50 A. bou. of John Dodson and 110 A., "The Neglect," adj. thereto.
To kinsman Thomas Haskins and hrs., 300 A. "Hunt's Chance," bou. of William Russell.
To wife Elizabeth, personalty possessed by her at time of marriage, use of dwell, plan. ---- and "Bennetts Island" and "Holland's Addition" during minority of grandson Francis; shd. wife die, son Thomas to have poss. thereof during minority of sd. grandson.
To grandsons Utie and Francis and granddau. Mary, personalty; last named to receive portion at age of 16 or day of marriage, the boys at age of 21, or to the survivor of them.
Whatever personalty has been made over for security of a debt due from son Francis to be equally divided among afsd. 3 grandchild. Utie, Francis and Mary.
To grandson William Thomas at age of 21, nephew Thomas Haskins and sister Mary Haskins and to each of her child. living, personalty.
To sons William and Thomas, residue of estate, reserving to wife her third pt. thereof.
Exs.: Wife Elizabeth and sons William and Thomas.
Overseers: Coll. John Smith, Doctor William Lock.
Test: Samuel Harrison, William Philips, George Taylor, Mary Loockerman (formerly Mary Haskins). 20.458.
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Robert Eade 7.243 A AA £2.12.3 Feb 14 1725
Received from: Samuell McCubbins, John Goldsberry, Richard Franklin, Nicholls Aldridge.
Payments to: Abell Hill.
Administrator: Dr. William Loch. 
Locke, William Dr (I94124)
 
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Maddox, Thomas, A. A. Co., 3rd Nov., 1686 ; 12th Aug., 1688
To dau. Rachel, personalty.
To wife Rachel, extx., plantation and all land.
To sons Benjamin and Thomas, sd. lands.
Test : Tobias Barrington, Francis Swanston, Jos. Tilley. 6. 6.
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Maren Duvall 13A.234 I AA £947.5.8 Sep 3 1694
The amount of the inventory also included #81302.
Appraisers: James Sanders, Samuell Young.
List of debts: Richard Jones, John Larkins, John Nicholdson, John Boyd, Edward Carter, Samuel Young, Richard Rawlins, John Jacob, Ellinor Pindill, Hugh Abrahams, John Selman, Francis Swanson, John Young, John Best, Thomas Seaborne, Charles Harrison, Robert Goldesborrow, Thomas Everton„ Robert Morris, Samuel Austin, Mr. Story, Benjamin Clarke, Thomas Cheney, Richard Cheshire, William Cotter, John Duvall, Edward Snelling, William Jones, Sr., William Jones, Jr., Richard Galloway, Daniell Richardson, George Cape, Mordica Moore, Maj. Ninian Beale, John Merriton, Gabriell Parrott, Francis Johnson, George Burgas, John Elsey, James Ellis (dead), Dr. Hunt, Leonard Wayman, Nicholas Aldridge, Cortne Crotof, Robert Gott.
List of bad debts: Richard Rhodes, Abell Hill (dead), Thomas Teaton (runaway), Joseph Story, George Parker (dead), Arthur Herrin (runaway), James Greenif (dead), John Lanslet (runaway), John Rasterick (runaway), William Hooker (runaway), Toby Barrington Tomas Tuldersby (runaway).
Mentions: Philips (commander), Nicholas Smith (commander "Hopewell")
consigned to Michaell Yoakly, Samuell Philips (commander "Baltimore"), John Harris (commander "James & Benjamin") consigned to Perry & Lane, John Broomskell (commander "Ruth") consigned to Perry & Lane.
Mentions: dispute between widow (unnamed) and executor (unnamed).
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Maren Devall 10.462 I AA £947.5.8 Oct 8 1695
The amount of the inventory also included #81302.
Appraisers: James Sanders, Samuell Young.
List of debts: Richard Jones, John Larkin, John Nicholson, John Boyd, Edward Carter, Samuell Young, Richard Rawling, John Jacob, Ellinor Pindle, Hugh Abrams, John Sollman, Francis Swanson, John Young, John Bell, Thomas Seaborne, Charles Harrison, Robert Gouldsbrough, Thomas Everton, Robert Morris, Samuell Austin, Mrs. Storey, Benjamin Clarke, Thomas Cheney, Richard Cheisere, William Cotter, John Devall, Edward Snellin, William. Jones, Sr., William Jones, Jr., Richard Galloway, Daniell Richardson, George Coape, Mordekay Moore, Maj. Ninion Beale, Wollfron Hunt, John Merriton, Gabriell Parrett, Francis Johnson, George Burgos, John Ellsey„ James Ellis (dead), Lenard Wayman, Nicholas Aldridge, Cortue Crotof, Robert Gott, Richard Rhoads, Abell Hill (dead), Thomas Talon (runaway), Joseph Storry, George Parker (dead), Anthony Herring (runaway), James Greniff, John Laufler (runaway), John Basterick, William Hooker (runaway), Tobie Barrington, Thomas Talderrby (runaway).
Mentions: George Phillips, Samuell Phillips, Nicholas Smith, John Harris, John Brunshill, widow (unnamed), executor (unnamed) 
Barrington, Tobias (I100577)
 
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MCPHERSON, ALEXANDER, Charles Co, planter. 2 Nov 1775; 30 Nov 1775
To son Walter McPherson, ex., Negro boy George and Negro girl Rachel, stock.
To dau. Chloe McPherson, extx, Negroes: man Peter, woman Betty, boy Tom and child Letty, stock, bed, bedstead, cords, mats.
To dau. Anna McPherson, Negroes: man Harry, girl Jane, boy Jack, stock, furniture.
To son Samuel McPherson, part of 2 tracts, Pomfret, 75 acres, "Saint Mathews," 100 acres, he shall not have possession until his sisters Chloe and Anna either die or marry; they to have dwelling house as above, Negro woman Cate to dau. Anna if she pay to son Samuel 800 pounds tobacco yearly and Negro girl Mirr to dau. Chloe if she pay son Samuel 300 pounds tobacco yearly for 4 years then Negroes to go to son Samuel.
Residue of estate to daus. Anna and Chloe for 4 years then equally between Anna, Chloe and Samuel.
Wit: Bennet Mudd; Anne Mudd; Will. McPherson, Sr. 40. 488
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BARNES, GOODSHALL, Charles Co. 27 Dec 1766; 9 Apr 1768
To grandson not christianed, the son of Mathew Barnes, part of tract in aforesaid co. called "Barnes Purchase' but if he dies before coming to age or without heirs then to Elizabeth Barnes dau, of Mathew Barnes.
To son William Barnes tract in Charles Co. called Kemanderry,
To daus. Anne Barnes and Sarah Barnes, part of tract called "Barnes Purchase and part of a tract called St. Thomas, together containing 170 acres, After death of daus,, then to sons Samuel, Mathew and William,
To grandson Goodshall Barnes son of William, part of tract called 'Barnes Purchase, and 50 acres adjoining part already conveyed to son Mathew Barnes.
To dau. Frances Douglass, Negro man called Pompey and at the receipt of said said Negro that John Douglass shall pay to my two grandsons Goodshall Douglass and Goodshall Howard 5 pounds each.
To dau. Jane Howard 1 shilling
To daus. Anne Barnes and Sarah Barnes, Negroes Joe and Mulatto Peter; also have a seat in my pew -that I have in Port Tobacco Church.
To son William Barnes, Negro man called Peter and enjoy my pew in Port Tobacco Church,
To my two grand children, Elizabeth Barnes dau. of Mathew Barnes and one other grandchild not christened son of aforesaid Mathew,, cows and other.
To grandchildren Cloe McPherson and Anne McPherson, each 12 sh and 6 p.
To Mary Stone,, Anne Hanson Barnes, Aurealea Hanson, each 12 shilling
To granddau. Frances Barnes and Catherine Barnes, daus. of son Samuel Barnes, Negro called Ann.
Exs. son William Barnes and Anne Barnes and Sarah, my daus.
Wit: Henry Smith Hawkins, Benjamin Reeder, Samual Stone.
Codicil regarding beqeathal of Negro Peter to William Barnes because since will "I became bound in a bond to Messrs. Barnes and Ridgate as security for said Williams Barnes for payment of 68 pounds ... and to secure myself took a bill of sale for the said William Barnes of two Negroes named Kiah and Cela
Wit: Benjamin Reeder, Jesse Douglass 36.370
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Charles County Maryland Will Book AF-11, 1791-1801,{Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 62.
Richard Tubman; January 20, 1792; February 27, 1792
To my wife Ann Tubman negro men Harry, Nace, and Joe. Negro woman called Jude, Sarah and Bess, during her life and then to my children.
To my son Samuel Tubman, negro man Charles and negro woman Winne, one feather bed and furniture, one cow and calf.
To my son Henry Tubman on negro boy Stephen, one negro girl Rachel, one bed and furniture, one cow and calf.
To my son James Smallwood Tubman, one negro boy Joe and one negro girl called Lucy, one bed and furniture, one cow and calf.
To my daughter Sarah Ann Tubman one negro woman Rachel and her child Fanny, one bed and furniture, one cow and calf.
To my daughter Eleanor Tubman one negro woman called Patt and and one negro boy named Wat, one feather bed and furniture, one cow and calf
To my son Thomas Bayne Tubman one negro boy Isaac, one negro girl Mary, one feather bed and furniture, one cow and calf.
To my son Hawkins Tubman, negro boy Jack, negro girl Matilda, one feather bed and furniture, one cow and calf.
To my wife Ann Tubman part of a tract of land called Market Overton during her life and then to my son Samuel Tubman.
Executor: wife Ann Tubman
Signed January 20, 1792 Richard Tubman
Wit - Francis H. Marbury, Walter McPherson, Richard Dent, John Monro
Probated on February 27, 1792 by Ann Tubman and witnesses Francis Marbury, Walter McPherson, Richard Dent, John Monro who made oath that they saw the testator sign and seal this will.
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Charles County Maryland Will Book AL-12, 1801-1808, {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 392.
Thomas Letchworth Sothoron, Will, December 28, 1804; February 3, 1807
I, Thomas L. Sothoron of CC, being at present in Charles County, but a resident of Prince George's County Maryland, being sick in body but of perfect mind, memory and understanding;
To wife Mary Sothoron, all my estate real and personal, 3 feather beds, bedsteads and furniture, 6 winsor chairs, 1 copper tea kettle, 2 large trunks, 1 large iron pot. Also all my right, title and interest of whatsoever might have fell to me or I am now entitled to from the estate of Walter McPherson, late of Charles County dec'd.
Executor: none stated
Signed: December 28, 1804 Thos L. Sothoron
Wit: Gerard Briscoe, Samuel McPherson, Francis Speake
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Charles County Maryland Will Book AL-12, 1801-1808, {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 395.
Truman Brawner, Will, February 3, 1807; date
I, Truman Brawner of CC, being in a debilitated state, but of perfect sound mind memory and understanding;
To wife Letty Dent Brawner, 2 horses, 1 yoke oxen, 1 ox cart, 11 head of horses, my present stock of hogs, 2 feather beds, bedsteads and furniture, 4 tables, 2 trunks. Also 1/6 part of such property as may be coming to me from the estate of Walter McPherson, dec'd.
Executor: wife Letty Dent Brawner
Signed: February 3, 1807 Truman Brawner
Wit: Gerard Briscoe, Samuel McPherson
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Charles County Land Records Book S#3, Page 295. Plat and Division. Be it known that there is part of a tract of land called Margaret (Markett) Overton, which land was devised by my mother to my sister, Theodocia Stone, now Theodocia Meek, my niece Mary Barnes now Mary McPherson and myself. There has never been any division made on sd land. We want our trusty friends, Capt Thomas Hanson Marshall and Mr. George Tubman to see sd land Surveyed and divided as they shall think agreeable to my mother's will, which division shall be a final division between us. Signed May 6, 1772 - Richard Stone, Theodocia Meek, Walter M. Pherson [McPherson], Mary M.Pherson [McPherson]. Wit -Charles Muncaster, Anne (X her mark) Barnes, George Tubman.
Plat shows: Mr. McPherson's part, 241 acres; Mr. Stone's part, 241 acres; Mr. Taylor's part, 150 acres; Mrs. Meek's part, 482 acres. Mr. McPherson's part is bounded by Wade. Mr. Stone's part is bounded by the dividing line between Wade & Stone. The 3rd tree of Markett Overton was proved by "Wm Downs and others". Sd plat was scaled by Peter Dent, Deputy Surveyor. Signed - Thos Han. Marshall, Geo. Tubman. Recorded Sep 14, 1772.
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Charles County Land Records 1786-1790; Liber D#4; Page 331. Bonds, recorded at the request of the Justices of CC Court.
We Walter McPherson Sr, Samuel Hanson McPherson, Robt. Rogers, Thomas Hopewell, John Stewart Chilton, Thomas Nelson, Joseph Nelson, & Benedict Wheeler of CC, are bound to the State of Maryland in the sum of 4500 £this Aug 27, 1788, to warrant that sd Walter McPherson Sr shall faithfully perform the several duties required of him as Collector of the fund tax for CC for the last and present years. Signed - Walter McPherson, Saml H. McPherson, Robert Rogers, Thomas (< his mark) Hopewell, John S. Chilton, Thomas Nelson, Joseph Nelson, Benedict Wheeler. Wit - Richd Barnes*, Henry Barnes*.
We, Walter McPherson Sr, Saml R. McPherson, Robt. Rogers, Thomas Hopewell, John Stewart Chilton, Thomas Nelson, Joseph Nelson, & Benedict Wheeler, all of CC, are bound to the State of Maryland in the sum of 4350 £, this Aug 27, 1788, to warrant that sd Walter McPherson Sr shall truly execute his office. Signed - Walter McPherson, Saml R. McPherson, Robert Rogers, Thomas (- his mark) Hopewell, John S. Chilton, Thos. Nelson, Joseph Nelson, Benedict Wheeler. Wit - Rich Barnes*, Henry Barnes*. Recorded Aug 28, 1786.

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Charles County Land Records Book N#4, Page 197.
Jan 10, 1794 from John McConchie, Mary Stone Jones, Mary Stone, Gerard Fowke, and Margery Fowke, his wife, of CC, to William Dement of CC, for 265 £, part of a tract of land called Market Overton, situated in CC, and bounded by Walter McPherson's part of Market Overton, the dividing boundary between Wade and Stone, containing 265 acres. Signed - John McConchie, Mary Stone Jones, Mary Stone, Gerard Fowke, Margery Fowke. Wit - Henry H Chapman*, James Freeman*. Recorded Jan 10, 1794.
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Charles County Land Records 1792-1796; Liber N#4; Page 421. Bill of sale. We, Walter McPherson Sr and James Fenwick of CC, for 300 £, have sold to Richard Brandt of CC, the following Negro slaves, to wit, a woman called Henny, and her 6 children, Charles, Billey, Little Stephen, Harry, Nan, and Cloe, a man, Jack, a man called big Stephen, and Hannah. Sd Negroes were conveyed to us by sd Richard Brent on Jul 10, 1792 by bill of sale. Signed Jun 9, 1795 - Walter McPherson, James Fenwick. Wit - Henry H Chapman*. Recorded Jun 9, 1795.
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Provincial Court Land Records, 1770-1774
Volume 726, Page 523

This Indenture Tripartite made this fifth day of April in the
Year Seventeen hundred and seventy three Between Theodosia Meek of Charles County
of the first part Walter McPherson and Mary McPherson his Wife of the same County of the
second part and Thomas Stone of Charles County Attorney at Law of the third part Witnesseth
that the said Theodosia Meek for the Docking barring and cutting off all Estate and Estates
Tail and Remainders in Tail of and in the Lands Tenements and Hereditaments herein after mentioned
and for settling and assuring the same to and for the uses Intents and purposes herein
after limitted expressed and declared and in Consideration of the Natural Love and affection she the said
Theodosia Meek doth bear unto the said Mary McPherson her Nine and in Consideration also
of five Shillings Current Money to the said Theodosia Meek in hand paid by the said Walter
McPherson and Mary McPherson his Wife at or before the sealing and delivery of these
Presents the Receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged by the said Theodosia Meek she the said
Theodosia Meek Hath Given Granted Bargained sold Aliened released enfeoffed and confirmed
and by these presents Doth Give Grant bargain sell alien release enfeoff and confirm unto the
said Walter McPherson his Heirs and Assigns forever all that Part of a Tract or parcell of
Land lying and being in Charles County aforesaid called Markett Overton which is included in
and by the following Metes Boundaries Lines Courses and Distances to wit Beginning at the
End of forty perches o the first Line of the said Tract of Land called Markett Overton at the End of the first
Line of a certain John Tylers in part of the said Tract of Land called Markett Overton running
thence East North East one hundred and thirty perches with the first Line of Markett Overton
thence south East six hundred and seventeen perches to strike the last Line of Markett Overton
thence South West one hundred and sixty perches to the end of the last Line of Market Overton
then with the Given Line of Markett Overton to the said Tylers' part then north west three hundred
and seventy perches with the said Tylers part then north East one hundred and fifty four perches
with the said Tylers part then North west fifty eight perches with the said Tylers part then East
one hundred and sixty perches with the said Tylers part thence to the beginning containing four
hundred and Eighty two Acres of Land with the appurtenances which is the part of the said Tract
of Land called Markett Overton devised to her the said Theodosia Meek by her mother the said
Theodosia Stone of Charles County deceased as settled by a proper Division of the same between
her the said Theodosia Meek the said Walter McPherson and Mary his wife and a certain
Richard Stone of Charles County which said Devision with a platt of the Said Land is recorded among
the Records of Charles County reference being thereunto had will appear and the Reversion and
Reversions Remainder and Remainders Rents Issues Profits Buildings Ways Waters and appurtenances
whatsoever to the said Land and premisses belonging and appurtaining together with all the Right
Title Interest and Estate of her the said Theodosia Meek in and to the said Premisses with the
appurtenances and every part and parcell thereof to have and to hold the said Land and premisses
with the appurtenances and every part and parcell thereof unto the said Walter McPherson
his Heirs and Assigns forever To the Intent use and purpose that the said Walter McPherson
may become compleat and perfect Tenant to the freehold of the said Land and premisses with the
appurtenances and every part and parcell thereof and may stand and be seized thereof Untill
good and sufficient Common recovery may be had and suffered with double voucher over of the said
Land and premisses with the appurtenances according to the usual Course of Common recoveries in
this province for assurance and settlement of Land and thereupon it is concluded and agreed
by and between the parties to these presents for themselves and their respective Heirs in
manner and form following that is to say that the said Walter McPherson shall and will before the
End of the next provincial Court Term permit and suffer the said Thomas Stone to prosecute and sue forth
against him the said Walter McPherson one Writ of Entry sur disseisin en le post returnable before his
Lordships Judges of the said Provincial Court at the City of Annapolis thereby demanding the said Lands
and premisses with the appurtenances by such Name and Description and in such manner and form
as is advised by Council learned in the Law unto which said writ so to be prosecuted the said Walter
McPherson shall appear gratis either in person or by attorney thereunto lawfully authorised and
shall vouch to warranty the said Theodosia Meek who shall also appear Gratis either in person
or by attorney lawfully authorised and enter into warranty and after her Entry into warranty shall
vouch to warranty the Common Vouchee who shall also appear and inparl and afterwards make default
in Contempt of the Court so that one Compleat common recovery with Double Voucher may be had
suffered concluded and executed to dock and barr all Manner of Estates Tail in the said Land and
premisses with the appurtenances and every part thereof And it is further agreed and concluded between
the said parties that the said recovery so or in any other manner to be had and suffered shall be enure
and is so meant and intended that the said Walter McPherson from and immediately after the
suffering the said recovery shall stand and be seized of the said Land and premisses with the appurtenances
to and for the only proper use and behoof of her the said Mary McPherson her Heirs and Assigns
for ever and to and for no other use Intent or purpose whatsoever In Witness whereof the said parties
have hereto sett their Hands and seals the Day and year first above written
Signed sealed and Delivered her
in presence of Theodosia T mark (seal) Walt McPherson (seal) Mary McPherson (seal)
Sam Hanson mark
Jn.o Dent

Charles County to wit on the fifth Day of April 1773 Came the above named Theodosia Meek before
us the subscribers two of his Lordships Justices of the peace for Charles County and acknowledged
the above Indenture to be her act and Deed according to the true Intent and Meaning thereof
Sam Hanson
Jn.o Dent
Recorded the 26.th June 1773

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Charles County Circuit Court
Land Surveys and Condominium Plats

Margaret Overton, Division among Richard Stone, Theodocia Meek, and Walter McPherson and Wife Mary 1772 Land Records S 3, p. 295 0 0 MSA S 1558-120
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CENSUS OF 1775-1778
Page 308 MARYLAND RECORDS-CHARLES COUNTY
POMONKEY HUNDRED, TAKEN BY W. MCPHERSON, CONSTABLE
McPherson, Walter

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Charles County, Maryland Land Records 1808-1810; Liber IB-8 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 289. At the request of Mary McPherson the following Instrument of Writing was recorded June 14, 1809 Whereas we Richard S. Briscoe, Gerrard Briscoe, Henrietta McPherson and Letty D. Brawner are entitled to her respective proportions of the personal estate of Walter McPherson late of CC deceased upon which estate to his son Samuel McPherson administered and is since dead, without closing the administration, and whereas Walter W. McPherson one other son of the said Walter McPherson is also dead. Now know ye that for in consideration of the love and affection which we bear towards Mary McPherson the widow of Walter McPherson and in consideration of the sum of 5 shillings current money paid by Mary McPherson do hereby release and sell all claim or estate or right to any estate which we have to the personal estate of Walter McPherson or any right which we may further have to the same in consequence of the deceased of Samuel McPherson Jr. and Walter W. McPherson. In witness whereof we have hereunto set our hands and affixed our seals this April 4 1809, Richard S. Briscoe, Gerrard Briscoe, Henrietta McPherson, Letty D. Brawner in the presence of and acknowledged before Benjamin T. Fendall
 
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Montgomery County Land Records, 1777-1781; Liber A1, Page 580. Deposition, recorded at the request of Robert Thomas. The deposition of John Evans, aged about 63, deposes that upwards of 36 years ago, I was at Samuel White's in Prince George's County, and the sd Saml White, in my presence, called a Negro girl of his to him called Murrier, and laid his hand on her head, and said this girl I have given to my son, Guy White, and ever after that, while I stayed in the County, which was many years, the sd Negro was called Guy White's by sd Saml White and all his family. Sd Negro girl was not above 6 years old, if that, when I heard sd Saml White first say he had given her to Guy White, and several times after that, I heard the sd Saml White say that Murrier belonged to Guy White. The sd Guy White being in debt and I being very intimate with the sd Saml White, he got me to put his son, Guy White, on board a vessel at the mouth of Patuxent [River], in order to go to Virginia to live, which he did, and after I returned and told sd Saml White what I had done. Well, said Saml White, what I had given Guy White his children must have. Questioners asked the sd Deponent by Jos. White Claget -
Question 1, how did sd Deponent come at Saml White's on the day he gave the Negro girl Murrier to Guy White - Answer - I was at harvest when he gave her -
Question 2, where did Guy White live when this Negro girl Murrier was given - answer - with his father.
Question 3, why did not Saml White give this Negro girl into his son's possession - answer - the son, Guy White, was in debt and he was afraid she would be taken from him, the sd Guy White, being a housekeeper at that time.
Question 4, what was the size of Guy White when the Negro girl Murrier was given to him - answer - a stout lad.
Question 5, how many children had Guy White when you carried him to the mouth of Patuxent - answer - 2 children living.
Question 6, who was present at the time Saml White gave this Negro girl, Murrier, to Guy White - answer - Benjamin White, Stephen Stamp, John Miles, and many others this Deponent cannot recollect. Signed - John Evans.
I certify that the afd deposition and questions were taken before me in the house of Mr. John Beall's in George Town on Nov 9, 1790, in the presence of Joseph White Clagett of Prince George's County and Robert Thomas of M. Signed - Thos. Beall of Geo*. Recorded Nov 17, 1780.
 
Evans, John (I20457)
 
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Northern Neck Warrants and Surveys Vol IV, Hampshire Co. Va {Peggy Joyner}
GEORGE GREEN, JUNR, 13 Feb. 1762- 3 May 1762; 200 a. on Thompsons Run dr. of South Br. CC - Isaac Green & Wm Zane. Surv. John Moffett.
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Northern Neck Warrants and Surveys Vol IV, Hampshire Co. Va {Peggy Joyner}
ISAAC GREEN, 13 Feb. 1762- 4 May 1762; 116 a. on Pattersons Crk. above
Benja Jones. CC-George Green & Ebinezer Zane. Surv. J. Moffett. 
Green, Isaac (I96134)
 
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Prince George's County MD Will Book Liber T No. #1; 1797-1803;
Folio 412 JANE LOWE, wife of Michael 10/16/1794 10/16/1797
"being sick . ."
Bequeaths to:
1. Barbary Lowe --daughter
-to have Negro wench `Telly"
-to have 2 silver salts and 1 pair of silver buckles and a large church Bible
2. Elizabeth Lowe --daughter
-to have Negro wench "Mimey"
-to have 1/2 of the wearing apparel
3. Henrietta Lowe --daughter
-to have Negro wench "Mall"
-to have the other 1/2 of the wearing apparel
4. Loyd Lowe --son
-to have all the land which testatrix had by will of her father lying on Tinkers Branch
--to him and his wife for their natural lives, and should his wife survive him, to have for her widowhood and no longer
5. Enock Lowe --grandson (son of Loyd)
-after the decease of his mother and father, to have the land left to them
6. Henry H. Lowe --son
James R. M. Lowe --son
-to have all of testatrix's woodland which sbe holds by deed and where she now lives to be divided between them and to be divided at the place where testatrix's husband has heretofore appointed
7, Michael Lowe --husband
-named executor of the will along w/ testatrix's son Loyd
Witnesses: Leonard Soper (mark)
Basil Hatton
Then came; Leonard Soper
Then came: Michael Lowe, who consented to the will
Note the testatrix signed the will in her own hand 
Lowe, Lloyd M. (I21379)
 
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1790-1791; Liber JJ2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 549. At the request of Daniel Carroll the following Deed was recorded June 28, 1791
Indenture made June 1, 1791; Thomas Jenkins, planter in consideration of 5 pounds current money paid by Daniel Carroll, Gentleman has sold a tract called "Hop Yard" containing 50 acres lying in PGCo near the Eastern Branch of Potowmac River and beginning at a dividing stake between the said part and Mr. Jonathan Slater and bounded by the land of Mr. Overton Carr. It being part of a tract heretofore deeded or bequeathed by Eliphas Riley to his daughter Rachel Riley and whereon Peter Howard now dwells. Signed Thomas Jenkins in the presence of and acknowledged before David Craufurd, Samuel Hepburn 
Riley, Rachel (I110668)
 
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Prince George's Land Records 1710-1717 - Liber F -folio 219: Indenture, 20 Dec 1712
From: Hugh Ryley, planter of Prince George's County
To: Samuel Farmer, planter of Prince George's County
For 40£a l00 acre parcel of land called Ryley's Range the whole containing 800 acres Signed: Hugh Ryley (seal)
Witnessed: R. Bradly, Patrick Hepburn
Memo: 20 Dec 1712 Hugh Ryley and Rebecca his wife acknowledge deed
Alienation: Samuel Farmer paid 5s for 10D acres of land
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Prince George's Land Records 1726-1730 - Liber M, Page 231
Enrolled at request of Samuel Farmer 25 Aug 1727:
Indenture, 27 Jul 1727; Between Samuel Sweringen, planter, and Samuel Farmer, planter; for £25; part of a parcel formerly called Sweringen's Expectation formerly taken up by Swearingen; bounded by the great swamp that falls into the north branch of the Patuxent; containing 100 acres now called Samuell's Forrest; /s/ Samuel Swearingen; wit. Ralph Crabb, John Sweringen (mark); ack. Samuel Swearingen and Elizabeth his wife 
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Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 388
Special petition of Madam Eleanor Addison on 4th Tues Aug:
From Charles, Lord Baltimore, to Thomas Evans, James Holmeard, John Flint and Philip Evans, Gent.; regarding boundaries of 2 parcel called Gisburough and Philip & Jacob; depositions follow:
8 Oct 1731; at George Busse's house near the lower falls of the Potomac:
Charles Beall, age 51? years; mentions his father, Ninian Beall, 26 years ago
5 Nov 1731; at house of John Norris, near the mouth of the Eastern Branch by the mouth of Dents Swamp
John Norris, age ca 52; mentions Col. Smallwood, Col. Addison and Capt. Fendal 20 years ago
Enrolled 25 Nov 1731
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Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 Liber Q, Page 489
Enrolled at request of James Gordon 28 Jun 1732:
Indenture, 1 Jun 1732; Between Charles Beall, planter, and James Gordon; for £25; part of a tract called Crauford's Adventure; bounded by Hudson's Range now in possession of Rev. Hugh Conn on the east side of the Eastern Branch of the Potomac; containing 100 acres; /s/ Chas. Beall; wit John Beall, Jos. Chew; ack. 1 Jun 1732 by Charles Beall and Mary his wife
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Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733, Liber Q, Page 671
Enrolled at request of John Macklaine 24 Jul 1733:
Indenture, 13 Jul 1733; Between Charles Beall, planter, and John Macklean; for £30; a parcel called Craufurd's Adventure; on the east side of the Eastern Branch of the Potomac; bounded by Hudson's Range now in possession of Rev. Hugh Conn; containing 100 acres; /s/ Charles Beall; Thomas Langton, Richard Kelly (mark) ack. 13 Jul 1733 by Charles Beall and Mary his wife
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Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 703
Enrolled at request of Capt. Charles Beall 13 Oct 1733:
Indenture, 27 Aug 1733; Between Samuel Beall, planter, and Charles Beall, planter; for £37; a tract laid out for Samuel Beall beginning at Bacon Hall; bounded by Baker Brooke's land called The Grove, land laid out for Peter Joy, land laid out for Thomas Truman, land of John Bigger called Muscle Shell and land of Thomas Brooke called The Grove; containing 300 acres on the west side of the main road from Marlborough Town to Mount Calvert; /s/ Samll. Beall; wit. Josiah Beall, Humphery Baker; 27 Aug 1733 ack. by Samuel Beall and Jane his wife
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Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 704
Enrolled at request of Capt. Charles Beall, mortgage, 13 Oct 1733:
Indenture, 3 Oct 1733; Between Richard Pickton and Charles Beall; for £65 and the cost of suit at law and also for his appearance in 2 actions at court; all land in his possession, moveable good including household goods, cattle, and one servant boy; /s/ Richard Paickton; wit. Archd. Edmonston, Jr., John Bell; 3 Oct 1733 ack. by Elizabeth Pickton
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Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland
Liber T, Page 8
Recorded at request of John Hoskins, Jr., 3 Nov 1733:
29 Oct 1733; Indenture between Charles Beall, Gent., and Mary his wife, of one part and John Hawkins, Sr.; for £83; a parcel called Contention; bounded by Clement Hill's The Forest; containing 499 acres; also adjacent Beall & Magruders Purchase containing 101 acres; /s/ Charles Beall; wit. W. Manduit, Ebn. Bayne; ack. 29 Oct 1732 by Charles Beall and Mary his wife
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Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland
Liber T, Page 17
Special petition of John Talbott 30 Jul 1733; regarding boundaries of Langley; depositions taken 25 Sep 1733:
Alexander Harbert, age ca 60; mentions Thomas Locker; /s/ Alexander Harbert (mark)
Thomas Charter, age ca 47
Thomas Willcoxon, age ca 37
Charles Beall, age ca 60; 28 Sep 1733
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Liber T, Page 56
Recorded at request of Thomas Lamarr, 28 Jan 1733:
22 Dec 1733; Indenture between James Holmeard, planter, and Thomas Lamarr, planter; for other lands; part of 2 tracts called Two Brothers containing 500 acres and Valintine's Garden of 500 acres; /s/ James Holmeard; wit. Thomas Cramphin (mark), Will Howard (mark); ack. by James Holmeard and Elizabeth his wife 22 Dec 1733
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Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland
Liber T, Page 53
Recorded at request of Basil Beckwith, 9 Jan 1733:
5 Sep 1733; Indenture between Charles Beall & Mary his wife, Samuel Beall, planter, and Jane his wife, of one part and Basil Beckwith; for £30; Bacon Hall on main road from Marlborough to Mt. Calvert; near house of Mary Miles; of 150 acres; /s/ Chas. Beall, Sam'l Beall; wit. John Beall, Tumor Wootton; ack. Mary, wife of Charles, and Jane, wife of Samuel; 5 Sep 1733
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Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland
Liber T, Page 74
Recorded at request of Basil Beckwith, 6 Mar 1733:
25 Feb 1733; Indenture between Charles Beall, planter, and Mary his wife, and Samuel Beall and Jane his wife, of one part, and Basil Beckwith, planter; for £30; two parts of land on the west side of main road that leads to Mt. Calvert from Marlborough; tracts called Bacon Hall and Sam's Beginning; containing 150 acres; /s/ Charles Beall, Samuel Beall; wit. Mary Cramphin, Thomas Cramphin; ack. Mary Beall and Jane Beall
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Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland
Liber T, Page 202
Special Petition of Charles Beall regarding the boundaries of Dundee:
Deposition of Archbd. Edmonston, age ca 60 odd years; mentions Col. Ninian Beall
Deposition of Clement Hill, age ca 63 years; mentions Swanson's Lott
Deposition of James Edmonston, age ca 34 years; mentions his father 23 years ago
Deposition of Saml. Brashers, age ca 60 years; mentions Col. Beall & Anthony Smith ca 38 years ago
Deposition of Archbd. Edmonston, age ca 60 odd years
Further depositions of James Edmonston mentions Widow Wells' old field
Enrolled 29 Nov 1734
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Land Records of Prince George's County. Maryland
Special Petition of Joyce Bradford regarding boundaries of Plain Dealing
Deposition of Charles Beall, age ca 61 years; mentions Goose Creek also John Bradford and Joice his wife
Deposition of John Allison, age ca 55 years; mentions Thomas Fletchall
Enrolled 3 Dec 1734
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Land Records of Prince George's County. Maryland
Liber T, Page 332
Recorded at request of John Hawkins, Jr., 25 Nov 1735:
27 Aug 1735; Indenture between Charles Beall, Gent., and John Hawkins, Jr., Gent.; for £83; a tract called Contention; bounded by Clement Hill's The Forrest; laid out for 499 acres; also a parcel called Beall's & Magruder's Honesty adjacent to Contention; containing 101 acres; /s/ Chas. Beall; wit. George Noble, Turnor Wootton; ack. Charles Beall
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Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland
Recorded at request of Samuel Waters Jr., 30 Jun 1737:
Deed of Gift from Samuel Waters, Sr., planter; for love and affection to son Samuel Waters, Jr., planter; tract called The Range being part of Jerico; containing 100 acres; 19 Jun 1737; /s/ Samuel Waters, Sr.; wit. Cha. Beall, James Beck
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Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland
Liber T, Page 470
Recorded at request of Samuel Waters, Sr., 30 Jun 1737:
19 Jun 1737; Indenture between Charles Beall, planter, and Samuel Waters, Sr., planter; for £60; a tract called Water's Purchase being part of Charles and Benjamin; bounded by Joseph Richardson; containing 404 acres; /sl Cha. Beall; wit. James Beck, Henry Dixon; ack. Charles Beall and Mary his wife
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Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland
Liber T, Page 473
Recorded at request of Arthur Nelson, 30 Jun 1737:
27 Jun 1737; Indenture between Capt. Charles Beall and Arthur Nelson, planter; for £20; a tract called Cuckold's Delight part of Discontent; containing 23 acres; /s/ Chas. Beall; wit. Mary Cramphin, Thomas Cramphin; ack. Mary, wife of Charles Beall
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Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland
Liber T, Page 474
Recorded at request of Capt. Charles Beall, 30 Jun 1737:
27 Jun 1737; Indenture between Arthur Nelson, planter, and Capt. Charles Beall; for £20; a tract called Cuckold's Delight part of Discontent; containing 16 acres; /s/ Arthur Nelson (mark); wit. Mary Cramphin, Thomas Cramphin; ack. Valentine Nelson, wife of Arthur
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Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland
Liber T, Page 406
Recorded at request of Thomas Gorden, 24 Aug 1736:
Bill of Sale from John Gordon, saddler, for £20; paid by bro. Thomas Gorden, tanner; all saddles, saddler tools, leather and household goods and debts due from Ignatius Ransom, Charles Beall, Dr. John Haswell, Hugh Conn, Charles Boreman and Christopher Brown; 5 Aug 1736; /s/ John Gorden; Thos. Dawson, George Fraser
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Prince George's Land Records 1739-1743-Liber Y; Page 3.
Bond. I, John Clagett of PG, am bound to Charles Beall of PG in the sum of 50 .. money to be paid to sd Beall, to which payment truly to be paid I bind myself this Mar 7, 1739. Whereas Clagett has agreed with Beall .. and liberal exchange all the lands contained within the bounds hereafter mentioned, being part of a tract of land called Clagetts Purchase, bounded by .. that is, Beall shall hereafter hold and enjoy the afd land, then the above obligation to be void. Signed - John Clagett. Wit - Thos Harris, Thos Cramphin. Recorded Mar 28, 1739
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Prince George's Land Records 1739-1743 - Liber Y - Page 46.
Jun 25, 1739 from Charles Beall of PG, planter, to John Pridgett (Pritchett), for and in consideration of making good a former deed, formerly conveyed to sd Pridgett, and for sundry other causes and valuable considerations, the rest of a tract of land called Pridgetts Purchase, bounded by the west line of a tract of land called Huntington which leads from the bounded hickory of Clagetts Purchase, containing about 47 acres. Signed - Chas Beall. Wit - Nin Tannehill, Wm Pritchett. This deed was acknowledged before JPs John Beall* and Nath. Wickham*. Recorded Jun 27, 1739.
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Prince George's Land Records 1739-1743 - Liber Y - Page 47.
Bond. Jun 25, 1739. 1, 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.
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Prince George's Land Records 1739-1743 - Liber Y - Page 336.
Jul 11, 1741 from Mary Beall of PG, widow, and Joshua Beall of PG, planter (executors and administrators of Charles Beall, late of PG, decd), to Samuel White of PG, planter. Whereas sd Charles Beall, by his will, bequeathed a parcel of land to be sold, being a moiety or part of a tract of land called the Charles and Benjamin, originally granted unto the afd Charles Beall and Benjamin Berry, lying in PG between the Branches of Rock Cr and the Branches of Patuxent River "&c", now this deed witnesses that the afd Mary and Joshua Beall, for 23 £11 shillings and 3 pence sterling, sell to sd White part of the Charles and Benjamin, lying in PG, containing about 171 acres. Signed - Mary Beall, Joshua Beall. Wit - John Beall* , Nath: Wickham Jr*. Recorded Jul 18, 1741.
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Prince George's Land Records 1739-1743 - Liber Y - Page 339.
Jul 11, 1741 from Mary Beall of PG, widow, and Joshua Beall of PG, planter (executors and administrators of Charles Beall, late of PG, decd), to John Miles of PG, planter. Whereas sd Charles Beall, by his will, bequeathed a parcel of land to be sold, being a moiety or part of a tract of land called the Charles and Benjamin, originally granted unto the afd Charles Beall and Benjamin Berry, lying in PG between the Branches of Rock Cr and the Branches of Patuxent River, now this deed witnesses that the afd Mary and Joshua Beall, for 34 £8 shillings and 8 pence sterling, sell to sd Miles part of the Charles and Benjamin, lying in PG, bounded by a parcel of land formerly sold out of the sd tract to John Magruder, containing about 250 acres. Signed - Mary Beall, Jos:a Beall. Wit - John Beall*, Nath:1 Wickham Jr*. Recorded Jul 18, 1741.
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Prince George's Land Records 1743-1746 - Liber BB - Page 475.
Jul 7, 1745 from William Beall, Joshua Beall, & Mary Beall, planters, to William Forrist (Forrest), carpenter, for 10 shillings sterling, all that parcel of land in PG, being part of a tract of land called Beall's Manor, which is bounded by a parcel of land formerly laid out for Gerah Davis, it being part of the afd tract of land called Bealls Manor, containing about 200 acres. Signed - Wm Beall, Jos:a Beall, Mary Beall. Wit - John Adamson, David Ross, George Scott*, Jams Edmonston. This deed was ack. by William Beall & Eliza. Beall, his wife, & Mary Beall, widow of Charles Beall, & Joshua Beall, one of the executors of Charles Beall. Recorded Nov 25, 1745.
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1774-1780; Liber CC 2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 146. At the request of Abraham Boyd the following Deed was recorded May 18, 1775
Indenture made February 25, 1775; Joshua Beall in consideration of 22 pounds 10 shillings common money paid by Abraham Boyd has sold all the remaining part of a tract whereon the said Abraham Boyd now lives which was formerly taken up by Charles Beall father to the said Joshua Beall and called "Turkey Thickett" (exclusive of the following parcels sold out of the said tract by Charles Beall; James Key 200 acres, John Ray 100 acres, William Warford 116 acres, John Cash 155 acres). Signed Joshua Beall in the presence of and acknowledged before Christopher Lowndes, Richard Henderson

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Prince George's County, Maryland - Land Owners at Time PGCo Was Formed - 1696: Tract Name: TURKEY THICKETT; Owner: Beall, Charles: Orig County = C {Charles = C, Calvert = V}; Patent Date: Apr 13, 1686: Ref: Liber 22 f 239 : Map Location: P-09 
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Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 43
Enrolled at request of Moses Orme 29 Jun 1730:
Indenture, 10 Mar 1729; Between Thomas Brooke, Esq., and James Tanyhill, a minor son of Sarah Tanyhill lately deceased; Thomas Brooke by deed dated 9 Dec 1710 for £100 did sell George Ransom, planter, part of a tract called The Wedge on the Patuxent; bounded by a parcel now in possession of Thomas Brook, Esq.; George Ransom in his lifetime 5 Dec 1717 willed the land adjoining the river to James Tanyhill, s/o Sarah; 30 acres now the property of James Tanyhill; this indenture, Thomas Brooke for sd. £100 from George Ransom; confirms to James Tanyhill the sd. 30 acres; /s/ Thomas Brooke; wit. Pet. Dent, Walt. Brooke; 10 Mar 1729 ack. by Thomas Brook and Barbara his wife
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Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 51
Enrolled at request of Richard Lee, Esq. 11 Jul 1730:
Indenture, 7 Jul 1730; Between Thomas Brooke, Esq., and Richard Lee, Esq.; for £40; a parcel in the Town of Nottingham called Lee's Choice; bounded by land of Thomas Brooke; laid out for 2 acres & 40 feet; mentions James Russell of Nottingham, merchant; /s/ Tho. Brooke; wit. Leonard Hollyday, Day. Craufurd; ack. 7 Jul 1730 by Thomas Brooke, Esq., and Barbara his wife
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Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 120
Enrolled at request of James Russell 24 Oct 1730:
Indenture, 30 May 1730; Between Thomas Brooke, Esq. and James Russell, merchant; for £20; a parcel in Nottingham Town; /s/ Tho. Brooke; wit. Thomas Gantt,' Leonard Hollyday; ack. by Thomas Brooke, Esq. and Barbay his wife
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Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 122
Enrolled at request of Thos. Brooke, Esq. 6 Nov 1730:
From Thomas Brooke, Esq.; whereas Madam Rebecca Addison, widow, dec'd, did lend me £200 which was unsatisfied at the time of her death; by her will 5 Nov 1724 she did give to her grand-children by her dau. Barbara Brooke, my wife, that is Lucy Brooke, Baker Brook and Thomas Brooke the afsd. £200; to Lucy for her dividend of £66.13.4 one Negro man named Tony and one Negro woman, his wife, named Esther; /s/ Thomas Brooke; wit. Thomas Gantt, Leonard Hollyday; ack. 6 Nov 1730
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Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 124
Enrolled at request of Thomas Brooke, Esq. 26 (sic) Nov 1730:
Indenture, 6 Nov 1730; from Thomas Brooke to his 2 youngest sons, Baker and Thomas Brooke; re £133.6.8, their portion of above £200 debt; a tract being part of Brooke Field south and east of Longbridge Branch; bounded by lands sold Daniel Dulaney, Esq. and Alexander Contee; land now in possession of Capt. Clement Brooke and the Glebe Land; /s/ Tho. Brooke; wit. Thomas Gantt, Leonard Hollyday; 6 Nov 1730; ack. by Thomas Brooke, Esq. and Barbar his wife
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Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 126
Enrolled at request of Thos. Davis 6 Nov 1730:
Indenture, 6 Nov 1730; Between Thomas Brooke, Esq. and Thomas Finch, minor; for 3,800# tobacco paid by Thomas Finch, Sr., dec'd, father of Thomas Finch, Jr.; a parcel called A Tract; lying east of Woodyard Road; bounded on the north by land of Clement Brooke and eastward by land of Thomas Blanford; containing 100 acres; /s/ Tho. Brooke; wit. Thomas Gantt, Leonard Hollyday; 6 Nov 1730 ack. by Thomas Brooke, Esq. and Barbara Brooke his wife
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Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 176
Enrolled at request of Daniel Carroll, mortgage, 28 Nov 1730:
Indenture, 25 Nov 1730; Between Thomas Brooke, Esq. of one part and Charles Carroll, Esq. and Daniel Carroll, Gent., exs. of Charles Carroll, Esq., dec'd; for £450.7.11 paid by Charles and Daniel Carroll; discharge of several tracts, viz. remaining part of Brooke Chance of 700 acres, remaining part of The Vineyard of 300 acres, one water or grist mill; also Negro slaves: man called Will age ca 22, Frank or Francis, carpenter, age ca 45, Nathaniel age ca 24, Darby age ca 50, Joseph age ca 40, Sam age ca 30, Andrew age ca 35; also women: Rebecca age ca 23, Margaret age ca 21, Elizabeth age ca 35, Elizabeth age ca 20, Catherine age ca 33, girl Susanna age ca 13, Rebecca age ca 29, Fido age 35; boy Aaron age ca 13, girl Rachel age ca 9, girl Jane age ca 5; /s/ Thomas Brooke; wit. Jno. Magruder, Edw. Sprigg, Thos. Brooke, Jr.; 25 Nov 1730 ack. by Thomas Brooke
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Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 189
Enrolled at request of Alexander Contee 6 Dec 1730:
Indenture, 6 Nov 1730; Between Thomas Brooke, Esq. and Alexander Contee; for £25.16; part of a tract called Brookefield; bounded by Glebe Land, a parcel formerly sold by Brooke to Daniel Dulany, Esq. now in possession of sd. Contee, Mt. Clement and Bodkin's Quarter; containing 43 acres; /s/ Tho. Brooke; wit. Thomas Gantt, Leonard Hollyday; ack. 6 Nov 1730 by Thomas Brooke, Esq., and Barbara his wife
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Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 208
Enrolled at request of John Bowie, Sr. 30 Jan 1730:
From Thomas Brooke, Esq. to grandson Benjamin Brooke, s/o my son Benjamin Brooke, decd, Negro woman named Salt or Sarah and her dau. named Nancy or Anne; /s/ Tho. Brooke; wit. Thomas Withers, Margret 'Withers (mark)
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Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 440
Enrolled at request of Alexander Contee 3 Jun 1732:
Indenture, 2 Jun 1732; Between Thomas Brooke, Gent. and John Howard of Charles County, Gent., of one part and Alexander Contee; Thomas Brooke, Esq. in his will stated land to be sold which belonged to the quarter where his Negro Andrew lived called Andrew's Quarter being parts of 3 tracts called The Wedge, Crosscloth and Brookefield; located southward of the land he formerly sold Daniel Dulany, esq. and about 100 acres part of Brookefield joining on the northeastward to the land of Philip Lee, Esq.; he directed his eldest son Thomas Brooke and his son's-in-law John Howard and Alexander Contee or any two of them to discharge the debt owed to Capt. John Hyde of London; this indenture Thomas Brooke the son) and John Howard, trustees, for £57.4 being the moiety of Alexander Contee paid John Hyde; /s/ Tho. Brooke, Jno. Howard; wit. Leonard Hollyday, Thos. Clagett, Jr.; 2 Jun 1732 ack. by Thomas Brooke and John Howard
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Land Records of Prine George., County, Maryland
Liber T, Page 340
Recorded at request of Negro Frank, 29 Dec 1735:
Barbara Brooke, widow, does discharge Negro Frank who has faithfully served 4 years; according to the last will of Thomas Brooke, Esq.; 8 Jan 1734; /s/ Barbara Brooke (mark); wit. Baker Brooke, Elizabeth Beall
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Land Records of Prine George., County, Maryland
Recorded at request of Negro Frank, 29 Dec 1735:
Thomas Brooke, ex. of Thomas Brooke, Esq., dec'd; discharge from bondage Negro Frank; 18 Mar 1734/5; /s/ Thos. Brooke; wit. Walt. Brooke, Richd. Brooke
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Prince George's Land Records 1739-1743 - Page 570. - Liber Y - Nov 26, 1742 from Thomas Brooks of PG, Gent, to Major Edward Sprigg of PG, for 43 £sterling, a tract of land called Prevention, containing about 200 acres, sd tract lying in PG, and taken up by Colo Henry Darnall, and sold by sd Darnall to my father, Thomas Brooke, Esq, late of PG, and by him to me (except any part of it should lay in an older survey or in either of these tracts of land sold by me to Mr. Marsham Waring or Mr. Henry Wright), together with all the improvements or other advantages. Signed - Thos Brooke. Wit - Thomas Marshall*, Jno Hawkins Jr*, Jno Lawrence. This deed was acknowledged by Mr. Thomas Brooks and Lucy, his wife. Recd of Colo [sic] Edwd Sprigg, 43 £- sterling, the consideration money. Signed Thos Brooke. Wit - Thos Marshall*, Jno Hawkins Jr*. Recorded Nov 28, 1742 
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Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 70
Enrolled at request of Brock Mockbee 26 Aug 1730:
Indenture, 24 Jun 1730; Between Nathaniel Wickham, Jr., planter, and Brooke Mockbee, planter; for £20; tract called Fellowship; on Seneca Creek; containing 200 acres; /s/ Nathl. Wickham, Jr.; wit. Ralph Crabb, Day. Craufurd; 14 Jun 1730 ack. by Nathaniel Wickham and Priscilla his wife
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Prince George's Land Records 1739-1743 - Liber Y - Page 168.
May 12, 1740 from Nathaniel Wickham Sr of PG, planter, to James Perry of PG, planter, for 65 £sterling, a tract of land called the James & Thomas, being part of a tract of land called Wickhams Park, lying in PG near Watts Branch that runs into Potomack [River], containing and laid out for about 200 acres. Signed - Nathaniel (N his mark) Wickham Sr. Wit - Geo. Murdock, John Ford, John Beall*, Nath Wickham Jr*. This deed was acknowledged by Nathanael Wickham and Ann, his wife, parties to the within deed. Recorded May 13, 1740.
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Prince George's Land Records 1739-1743 - Liber Y - Page 618.
I, Humphry Hasledine of PG, Merchant, for divers good causes, namely, for the settling and disposing of such goods and chattels as God has blessed me with, and for the advancement and preferment of my wife, Elizabeth, and children, after my death, in such manner as is hereafter and in my will mentioned, and for preventing controversies that might arise touching the same (to the great loss and prejudice of my sd wife and children if either I should not dispose thereof in my lifetime but leave them to the disposition of the laws in this behalf, or else only bequeath the same by will, according as it is my special desire that the same should and be bestowed), I have given and by this deed of gift, do give to my friends, Nathaniel Wickham Jr and James Perry of PG, Gentlemen, all the goods, chattels, moveable and immovables, real and personal, of what name and nature or quality, forever, to the use and behoof of my last will and testament, and to certain uses and conditions. I have put sd Wickham and Perry in full possession of all my goods and chattels, moveables and immovables, real and personal, whatsoever, by the delivery of 6 pence sterling to Wickhan and Perry in the name of possession of all the premises mentioned, provided that if 1, at any time hereafter during my natural life, shall deliver to Wickham or Perry the sum of 12 pence sterling and declare that it is my will and with intent to make void and frustrate this present deed, then from thenceforth this present deed shall be void. Signed Feb 24, 1742/[43] - Humphry Hasledine. Wit - Will Thomas, John Thomas. Recorded Mar 9, 1742/[43].
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Nathaniel Wickham married Priscilla Tyler, daughter of Robert and Mary Tyler. Along with Samuel Pottenger, husband of Priscilla's sister Elizabeth, Nathaniel bought two large tracts of land in Montgomery County, Maryland. These were only two of many land purchases Nathaniel made.
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He was active in the politics of Maryland, working as a surveyor, Justice of the court, and Colonel in the Militia. In 1748 he was appointed with Thomas Beaty, Joseph Ogle, William Griffin, Edward Spriggs, John Kimble, and William Tanneyhill as commissioner to buy land for a courthouse and prison in Frederickstown, Maryland. Later he was included in the list of military commissions sent to Annapolis. Sovernor Sharp instructed Wickham to regulate the militia of his county. However, four months later, Nathaniel was in debtor's prison along with Michael Resiner, Samuel DuVal, George Baker, Joseph Luxenbuerger, John Turnbul, and John Campbell. Apparently his land speculations did not pay off and his debts caught up with him. Maryland was in a general depression. The jails overflowed with debtors according to a declaration of the Maryland Assembly. Ironically, Nathaniel Wickham was imprisoned in the very prison he was commissioned to build.

On June 10, 1761 Nathaniel Wickham petitioned the Maryland Assembly in a statement that "for five years and eight months a languishing prisioner in the jail of Frederick County for debt and divers sums of tobacco which said debt by reasons of divers losses and misfortunes he was before his confinement unable to pay." He added that he had tried to pay his debts by assigning his property to his creditors who had rejected his offers. He stated he had never knowingly tried to defraud his creditors
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Children
Robert WICKHAM birth b: abt 1725 in Prince George's County, Maryland
Anna WICKHAM birth B. abt 1732 in Prince George's County, Maryland
Nathaniel WICKHAM birth b: 1733 in Prince George's County, Maryland
Sabina WICKHAM birth b: 1729
Samuel WICKHAM birth b: 1735 in Prince George's County, Maryland
Eleanor WICKHAM birth b: 1732 in Prince George's County, Maryland
Priscilla WICKHAM birth [1742 - Was still Pricilla Wickham when she was mentioned in her brother Samuel's will in 1772.]
John WICKHAM birth b: 1732 in Prince George's County, Maryland
Henry WICKHAM birth b: 1730 in Prince George's County M
Mary WICKHAM b: 1738 in Prince George's County, Maryland
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Brumbaugh, Maryland Records, Vol. 2, State of his Lordships Manor, page 55:
No. 52. Leased Decr. 24, 1751 to Nathaniel Wickham, 94 acres; tenant in possession John Carver; an. rent 0-9-4; aliena. fine, 0-18-9; leased on the lives of Samuel Wickham, John Wickham, and Nathaniel Wickham; ages Nathaniel 38, Samuel 32,John 20.
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Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 269
Enrolled at request of Margery Sprigg 22 May 1731:
Indenture, 20 May 1731; Between Nathaniel Wickham, Jr., planter, and Mrs. Margery Sprigg, widow; for £20.2.3; bounded by a tract called The Joseph and James; laid out for 300 acres of Calverton Manor commonly called Wickham's Chance; /s/ Nath. Wickham, Jr.; wit. Jos. Belt, Thos. Williams; ack. 20 May 1731 by Nathaniel Wickham, Jr. and Priscilla his wife
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1748-1752 Frederick County MD Land Records {Patricia Abelard Andersen}
pg. 15-16. William Cummings Junior, gentleman, recorded 9 Mar. 1748. Made same date, Nathaniel Wickham Junior ofFC, gentleman; for 6 pcm MD, tract formerly in PGC but now in FC, called "Hope," beginning on a ridge near the Upper Road from the Sugerland to Monokacy Ferry; on the west side near a small branch of Little Monocacy, containing 50 acres. Signed Nath. Wickham. Witnesses: David Linn, Jno Swearingen, by mark IS (I with crossbars). Acknowledged before John Damall, alienation fme paid. Receipt. No dower release.
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1748-1752 Frederick County MD Land Records {Patricia Abelard Andersen}
pg. 57-58. Matthew Hopkins recorded 2 August 1749, made 9 May 1749 between Nathaniel Wickham Junr. of FC, for 27 pounds 16 shillings 7 pence sterling" and 14,542 pounds tobacco paid by Matthew Hopkins sells following parcels ofland. Tract called "Locust Thickett" on east side of Monocacy Creek, a little above the mouth of Owen's Creek, M&B given, containing 190 acres; part of "Addition to Pawpaw Bottom," containing 105 acres. 8 Signed Nath WickhaIn, before Jno Rawlins, Thos. Beatty. Priscilla wife ofNathaniel Wickham examined apart released dower. Receipt. 11 shillings 9 pence, 3 farthings received as an alienation fine.
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1748-1752 Frederick County MD Land Records {Patricia Abelard Andersen}
pg. 423-424. George Gordon Esq. of FC, gentleman, recorded mortgage 30 July 1751, made 11 April 1751, between Nathaniel Wickham Junior ofFC, gentleman, for 108 pounds 2 shillings, 7 pence sterling; 2 tracts; one called "Locust Thickett," containing 190 acres; the other called "Turkey Thickett" containing 100 acres lying on Monocacy Creek, the said Nathaniel Wickham Jr. shall well and truly pay unto George Gordon, the full sum, with lawful interest, until the 11th of Oct. 1752, then this shall be void. Signed Nath. Wickham, before Reverdy Ghiselin, Jno. S. Hawkins. Receipt ack.
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1748-1752 Frederick County MD Land Records {Patricia Abelard Andersen}
pg. 541-543. Joseph Ogle recorded 28 Mar. 1752, made same date. Nath. Wickham Junior ofFC, for 150 pcm MD, tract called "Black Walnut Bottom," on west side of Little Cap Creek, alias Owens "creek, about 1/4 mile from Monocacy, M&B for 150 acres, signed Nath'l Wickham Jur., before John Darnall, Henry Wickham, Ack. Priscilla wife ofNathaniel Wickham, examined apart released dower. Receipt. AF paid.
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Frederick County LandRecordAbstracts -Liber L, 1767-1770
598. Land commission and depositions recorded. To Jonathan Willson, Wm Luckett, Thos Dawson and Simon Nicholas, whereas William Williams Junr, son ofThomas ofthe county aforesaid is seized of a parcel called Tyler's Chance, and petitioned to perpetuate the memory of --the boundaries, commission granted 21 March 1768.
On 24 August 1768, Jonathan Wilson qualified, Wm Luckett and Thomas Dawson also qualified. Deposition of Colonel Nathaniel Wickham, aged 72 years or thereabouts, deposed that he was present with the county surveyor when he read out a tract ofland called Tyler's Chance, and that they run from a white oak standing on the west side of a tract of land called Partnership near the head ofa glade that runs into dry Seneca below Mr. James Tylers now dwelling plantation, but at the original tree is not at present known, the above deponent fixing on a small white oak at the place there described and now bounded in the presence ofCapt. William Dent, Mr. Elisha Williams, Mr. Thomas Williams and Mr. Edward Owen.
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Frederick County Circuit Court
Land Surveys and Condominium Plats

Black Walnut Bottom, 150 Acres; Certificate
Developer/Owner: Wickham, Nathaniel, Jr. 1742 Patent Record LG E, Page 271 0 0 MSA S 1590-864

Black Walnut Bottom, 150 Acres; Patent
Developer/Owner: Wickham, Nathaniel, Jr. 1742 Patent Record PT 1, Page 76 0 0 MSA S 1590-865

Papaw Bottom, 160 Acres; Patent
Developer/Owner: Wickham, Nathaniel, Jr. 1742 Patent Record LG B, Page 481 0 0 MSA S 1590-5494

Locust Thickett, 190 Acres; Certificate
Developer/Owner: Wickham, Nathaniel, Jr. 1746 Patent Record LG E, Page 580 0 0 MSA S 1590-4147

Locust Thickett, 190 Acres; Patent
Developer/Owner: Wickham, Nathaniel, Jr. 1746 Patent Record PT 1, Page 328 0 0 MSA S 1590-4148

Turkey Thickett, Acres 100; Certificate
Developer/Owner: Wickham, Nathaniel Jr. 1746 Patent Record LG E, Page 559 0 0 MSA S 1590-8690

Turkey Thickett, Acres 100; Patent
Developer/Owner: Wickham, Nathaniel Jr. 1746 Patent Record PT 1, Page 322 0 0 MSA S 1590-8691

Resurvey On Turkey Thickett, 375 Acres
Developer/Owner: Wickham, Nathaniel 1752 Unpatented Certificate 743 0 0 MSA S 1590-7128

Resurvey on Black Walnut Bottom, 310 Acres; Certificate
Developer/Owner: Wickham, Nathaniel 1752 Patent Record Y and S 7, Page 176 0 0 MSA S 1590-6164

Good Luck, 80 Acres; Certificate
Developer/Owner: Wickham, Nathaniel, Jr. 1752 Patent Record Y and S 7, Page 497 0 0 MSA S 1590-2690

Good Luck, 80 Acres; Patent
Developer/Owner: Wickham, Nathaniel, Jr. 1752 Patent Record BY and GS 3, Page 531 0 0 MSA S 1590-2691

Good Luck, Nathaniel Wickham, 80 Acres 1752/05/04 Patented Certificate 1630 3 0 MSA S 1197-1695

Butlers Gift, Nathaniel Wickham, 50 Acres; Folder Found Empty 1754/06/17 Patented Certificate 716 3 0 MSA S 1197-780

Resurvey On Turkey Thickett, Nathaniel Wickham, 375 Acres
1754/07/02 Unpatented Certificate 743 7 0 MSA S 1220-769

Resurvey on Part of Fountain Low, 573 Acres; Certificate
Developer/Owner: Wickham, Nathaniel 1755 Patent Record BC and GS 5, Page 60 0 0 MSA S 1590-6737

Resurvey on Part of Fountain Low, 573 Acres; Patent
Developer/Owner: Wickham, Nathaniel 1755 Patent Record BC and GS 7, Page 170 0 0 MSA S 1590-6738

Resurvey On Good Luck, Nathaniel Wickham, Jr., 600 Acres 1755/05/10 Unpatented Certificate 647 5 0 MSA S 1220-681

Resurvey On Locust Thickett, Nathaniel Wickham, Jr., 426 Acres 1755/05/10 Unpatented Certificate 673 8 0 MSA S 1220-700

Resurvey On Part Of Fountain In Low Cut, Nathaniel Wickham, Junior, 573 Acres 1755/09/23 Patented Certificate 3728 5 0 MSA S 1197-4147

Wickhams Parks Addition, James Perry, 54 Acres 1759/09/12 Patented Certificate 5135 3 0 MSA S 1197-5563

Buck Lodge, 30 Acres; Certificate
Developer/Owner: Wickham, Henry 1760 Patent Record BC and GS 19, Page 320 0 0 MSA S 1590-1052

Buck Lodge, 30 Acres; Patent
Developer/Owner: Wickham, Henry 1760 Patent Record BC and GS 20, Page 63 0 0 MSA S 1590-1053

Buck Lodge, Henry Wickham, 30 Acres 1761/04/13 Patented Certificate 678 6 0 MSA S 1197-742

Resurvey On Wickhams Park, James Perry, 434 Acres 1769/10/13 Patented Certificate 4045 3 0 MSA S 1197-4465

Wickham, Discovery, 264 Acres; Certificate
Developer/Owner: Wickham, Nathaniel 1772 Patent Record BC and GS 47, Page 38 0 0 MSA S 1590-9073

Wickham, Discovery, 264 Acres; Patent
Developer/Owner: Wickham, Nathaniel 1772 Patent Record BC and GS 42, Page 300 0 0 MSA S 1590-9074

Wickhams Discovery, Nathaniel Wickham, 264 Acres 1772/06/15 Patented Certificate 5134 4 0 MSA S 1197-5562 
Wickham, Nathaniel (I15255)
 
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Prince William Co VA Bond Book 1732-1847
August 28th 1738 (C-158)
Know all Men by these Presents that we Sarah Lambert, William Champ & John Reeves are held and firmly bound unto Denis McCarty the first Justice in the Commission of Peace for Prince William County for and in behalf and to the sole use and behoof of the Justices of the said County and their successors in the sum of fifty pounds to be paid to the said Denis McCarty his Executors Administrators and Assigns. To which payment well and truly to be made we bind ourselves and every of us our and every of our heirs, executors and administrators jointly and severally firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals dated this 28th day of August 1738.
The Condition of this Obligation is such that if the above bound Sarah Lambert administrix of all the Goods, Chattels and Credits of Sarah Lambert deceased do make or cause to be made a true and perfect Inventory of all and singular the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, which have, or shall come to the hands, possession, or knowledge of the said Sarah Lambert or into the hands or possession of any other person or persons for her and the same so made, do exhibit into the County Court of Prince William at such time as she shall be thereunto required by the said Court; and the same Goods, Chattels and Credits, and all other the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased at the time of her death or which at any time shall come to the hands, possession of the said Sarah Lambert or into the hands and possession of any other person or persons for him do well and truly administer according to Law and further do make a just and true account of her Actings and Doings therein when thereto required by the said Court and all the rest and residue of the goods Chattels and Credits which shall be found remaining upon the said administrators account, the same being first examined and allowed by the Justices of the Court for the time being shall deliver and pay unto such person or persons respectively as the said Justices by their order or Judgment shall direct
pursuant to the laws in that case made and provided and if it shall hereafter appear that any Last Will and Testament was made by the Deceased and the Executor or Executors therein named do Exhibit the same into Court making request to have it allowed and approved accordingly if the said Sarah Lambert being thereunto required do render and deliver up his letter of administration approbation of such Testament being first had and maid in the Court. Then Obligation to be void and of none effect or else to remain in full force and virtue.
Sealed, and delivered, in presence of John Bowie
Sarah (X) Lambert SEAL
William Champ SEAL
John Reeves SEAL
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Barker, William, 12th Sept., 1701;
Wife Mary, extx. and sole legatee of estate., real and personal., during life; at her decease estate to pass as follows:
To Philip, son of Philip and Mary Cole,, and hrs., 240 A., part of "Middlesex" on Gunpowder R. In event of his death without issue ad, land to pass to Thomas, son of Jno. and Sarah Lambert, and hrs.
to young son of Jno. and Eliza. Barker, residue of Middlesex.," and to 2nd son of sd. Jno. and Sarah Barker, "Stepney," in Chas. Co.
Test: Jas. Crooke, Jan. Smithies, Robt. Clement. 11.162.
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber F, Page 182
?3 Apr 1676; In consideration of a marriage between John Lambert, planter, and Sarah Barker; a half-part of a parcel of land called Simpson's Supply; /s/ John Lambert; wit. Henry Neale (mark), Cliborne Lomax
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber I, Page 261; 22 Feb 1681;
Indenture from John Lambert to Giles Collier; for 3,800# tobacco a parcel being part of Simpson's Supply on the east side of Piscataway River and south side of Mattawoman Creek; bounded by Gerrard Browne; laid out for 100 acres;
/s/ John Lambert (mark), Sarah Lambert (mark); wit. Tho. Allanson, Samuel' Walton
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber K, Page 179
8 Jun 1683; Indenture from John Godson, planter, to Philip Lynes; for 20,000# tobacco a parcel called Clarkes Inheritance at the head of Mattawoman Creek; containing 500 acres; John Godshall, Sarah Godshall (mark); wit. Robt. Thompson, Jno. Faning, Mathew Sander (mark)
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Charles County Land Records, Liber F#2, Page 40
6 Nov 1714; Recorded at request of John Shakerly, planter;
- Jun 1714; Indenture from John Lambeth, planter, to John Shakerly; for 1,200# tobacco; a parcel of land of 50 acres being part of a tract taken up by William Boarman and patented for 300 acres; /s/ John Lambeth, John Shakaley (mark); wit. Gerard Fowke, Jacob Jaxson (mark), Thomas Stone; ack. by John Lambeth and Sarah his wife 8 Jun 1714
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Charles County Maryland Circuit Court Records, Liber H#2, Page 131
18 Mar 1717; Recorded at request of Joseph Harrison, Gent.:
14 Nov 1717; Indenture from John Lambett, planter, to Joseph Harrison, s/o Richard Harrison, Gent.; a certain John Lambetty, the elder, on 10 Jan 1692 gave John Allen and Eleanor his wife, the d/o John, a parcel on the north side of Potomac River and east side of the easternmost branch of Nanjemy Creek; containing 100 acres; bounded by land formerly surveyed for William Boarman and 100 acres surveyed for Edmund Lyndsey; recorded in D#2.35, 36; enrolled 1712; by which defect after the death of Eleanor, wife of John Allen, the land came to John Lambett, the surviving son and heir of John, the elder; for 3,000# tobacco; tract called Conveniency of 36 acres; deed HW2.44 dated 18 Feb 1716; 2 tracts total 136 acres; /s/ John Lambett; wit. Thomas Stone, Geo. Dent, Wm. Stone, Jr.; 14 Nov 1717 John Lambett and Sarah his wife ack. Deed
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Charles County, Maryland Liber L#2, Page 147.
At the request of Robert Hanson, the following deed was recorded this Jun 23, 1724.
Jun 10, 1724 from Jno Lambeth of CC, planter, to Robert Hanson of CC, gent, for 2000 lbs of tobacco & 5 barrels of Indian corn and for divers other causes, all that tract of land called HABBERDEVENTURE, lying in CC near the head of Portobacco Cr, adjoining the land of John Robinson, now in the possession of the heirs of Francis Wine called SYMPSONS DELIGHT, bounded by a Deep branch, the land of Job Corner, a bounded tree of sd Robinson, containing and laid out for 150 acres, as by a particular patent thereof may appear, which patent was, on May 10, 1685, granted to Jno Barefoot. Signed - Jno Lambeth. Wit - Jno Briscoe*, Cha Somrsett Smith*. This deed was acknowledged by John Lambeth and Sarah, his wife.
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Chicamuxen: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 352-2: SIMPSONS SUPPLY: 200 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Collier, Grace: 100 Acres - Cornish, Martha: : Surveyed 13 April 1659 for Thomas Simpson on the South Side Piscataway River: Conveyance notes - Resurveyed for Thomas Simpson, and possessed by Prince Georges county 19 October 1721 folio 400 ,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 365-21: SIMPSONS SUPPLY: 500 acres; Possession of - 250 Acres - Hill, Giles: 50 Acres - Short, George: 250 Acres - Smith, John : 200 Acres - Thompson, Thomas: Surveyed 20 May 1665 for Thomas Simpson in the woods near the land of Francis Hernly: Conveyance notes - Smith, John & Hill, Giles Joint possession, 100 Acres - John Saunders from John Woodyard & John Newton; 1 March 1717,168 Acres - Richard Edelen from Giles Hall; 17 Nov 1718, 250 Acres - John Saunders from Gerrard Marshall; 28 May 1720, 200 Acres - William Thompson from William Thompson Sr.; 22 April 1731, 200 Acres - John Baptist Boarman from William Thompson Jr.; 11 Nov 1731, 
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Provincial Court Land Records, 1765-1770
Volume 725, Page 557

This Indenture made this nineteenth day of May seventeen hundred and sixty Nine Between John Rogers of Prince Georges County of the one part and Thomas Key of Saint Marys County of the other part Witnesseth that Whereas for the docking barring and extinguishing all Estates Tail and Reversions or remainders thereupon expectant or depending of and in the Lands and Appurtenances hereinafter mentioned the said John Rogers as Demandant did heretofore at the request Cost and Charge of the aforesaid Thomas Key prosecute and sue forth out of his Lordships high Court of Chancery his Lordships Writ of Entry sur disseisin en le post against him the said Thomas Key returnable and returned the provincial Court at Annapolis the third Tuesday of May instant whereby the said John Rogers did demand against him the said Thomas Key all that Parcell of plantable land being part of two Tracts of Land lying in Charles County in the province of Maryland one called Digges's Baltemore Gift the other called Digges's Addition which said parcell of Land is bounded as follows Beginning at the North East corner Tree of Mr Pile's Old Survey runing thence South west two hundred perches then North forty five Degrees West eight Perches then North Sixty eight degrees West twelve perches then North Seventy nine degrees West forty nine perches running down the branch to the head of the Creek then South seventy Degrees west fifty two perches then South eighty five degrees West twenty eight perches then South Seventy five Degrees West Ninety perches then North twenty Seven Degrees West fifty Seven perches beginning at the Mouth and running to the head of the Gutt called Stone Streets Gutt the remainder of the Courses running up the Swamp of the said Gutt to the Line of the Land belonging to M.r John Parry deceased thence North two degrees West thirty perches then North forty four Degrees East twenty eight perches then North seventy two Degrees East forty perches then North thirty degrees East Sixty four perches then North eighty eight perches then to the beginning Containing and laid out for three hundred and Sixty five Acres Also all those two parcells of Plantable Land lying and being in Charles County aforesaid heretofore Sold and conveyed by Thomas Parry to Philip Key deceased the one called Morris's Hope originally granted unto Richard Morris for the quantity of Seventy five Acres the Other called Batchelors Hope Originally granted unto Robert Page for the quantity of fifty acres both of which parcells of Land are adjoining together and Contiguous to the parcell of Land first above Mentioned and heretofore also Sold by Thomas Parry to Philip Key with the Appurtenances to which said Writ the said Thomas Key did appear in his proper person and vouch to warranty thereof the Common Vouchee of the same Court and such further and Other proceedings were thereupon had that the said John Rogers did by Judgment of the same Court recover his Seisin against the said Thomas Key of and in the Demanded premisses and the said Thomas Key did recover over in value against the Common Vouchee whereby a common Recovery of the aforesaid premisses hath been had and Suffered Now this Indenture that for the Settling and declaring the intent and use of the said Recovery and for and in consideration of five Shillings Current Money by him the said Thomas Key to the aforesaid John Rogers in hand paid the receipt whereof is hereby Acknowledged it is hereby covenanted Granted Agreed and declared by and between the said parties to these presents that the said Common Recovery so as aforesaid or in any Other Manner had and Suffered and the Execution thereof from and immediately after the Suffering the same or any other recovery or recoveries of the said Mentioned premisses or any part thereof was Meant and intended to be and enure and it is hereby declared to be and enure and that the recoveror therein named and his heirs should and shall stand and be seised of an din the recovered premisses and every part and parcell thereof to and for the only Proper Use and Behoofe of the aforesaid Thomas Key his Heirs and Assigns forever and to or for no Other Use intent or purpose whatsoever in Witness whereof the parties to these presents have hereunto interchangeably Set their Hands and Affixed their Seals the Day and Year first above written Signed Sealed and Delivered J Rogers (Seal) in the presence of us
John Davidson Thomas Key (Seal)

Andrew Bruce

On the back of the aforegoing Deed was thus Endorsed to wit

Received on the Day and year first within written of and from the within named Thomas
Key the Sum of five Shillings Current Money being the Consideration Money within Mentioned
to be by him paid to me J Rogers
Witness John Davidson
And.w Bruce

On the Nineteenth Day of May Seventeen hundred and Sixty nine Came before me the Subscriber one of his Lordships Justices of the provincial Court the within named John Rogers and Thomas Key and Severally Acknowledged the within Instrument of writing to be their
respective Act and Deed to and for the Uses intents and Purposes within Mentioned and the Lands and premisses therein mentioned to be the Right and Estate of the within named Thomas Key his heirs and Assigns forever according to the true intent and meaning of the same Writing and the Act of Assembly in such cases made and provided Before J B Bordley 19 May 1769
Recorded the 22.d Day of May 1769
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Charles County Land Records 1799-1801; Liber IB-3 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 163.
At the request of George Mattingley, the following Deed was recorded March 18, 1800
Indenture made November 4, 1799; Richard Key Heath of Cecil County, Maryland, farmer, in consideration of 150 specie paid by George Mattingley has sold part of a tract of land called "Witton" containing 110 acre and which is now in the tenure of a certain (un-named) and which land was purchased by Philip Key (great grandfather to the said Richard Key Heath) of a certain George Ward as by deed bearing date April 13, 1748. Signed R.K. Heath in the presence of Edward H. Nearey, John Rumsey (JP's for Cecil County, Maryland)
November 4, 1799; Mary the wife of Richard Key Heath relinquished her right of dower.
Certified by Jo. Baxter, Clerk of Cecil County, Maryland Court. November 6, 1799

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St. Mary's County Circuit Court
Land Surveys and Condominium Plats

Covent Garden, 200 Acres; Certificate
Developer/Owner: Key, Philip 1744 Patent Record LG E, p. 712 0 0 MSA S 1598-862
Covent Garden, 200 Acres; Patent
Developer/Owner: Key, Philip 1744 Patent Record PT 2, p. 117 0 0 MSA S 1598-863

Spend All, 98 Acres {lying in Charles County on Zachariah Manor surveyed for Benjamin Gardiner in tenure of William Beck. next to Richard Wilson, for the lives of John, Francis & Richard Key s/o Philip & Susannah Key}
Developer/Owner: Key, Philip 1744 Unpatented Certificate 426 0 0 MSA S 1598-3442
Spend All, Philip Key, 98 Acres 1745/08/17 Unpatented Certificate 426 3 0 MSA S 1228-431
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Luckland, Phili Key, 200 Acres 1744/09/19 Patented Certificate 418 3 0 MSA S 1205-428 {part of Luke Barber's 1000 acres} renamed to Covent Garden. NW side of Wicocomio River
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Gardners Landing, 100 Acres;
Developer/Owner: Key, Philip from Henry Neal 1751/04/19 Rent Rolls 7, p. 49 0 0 MSA S 1598-1388

Meltons Hope, 150 Acres; Certificate
Developer/Owner: Melton, Thomas 1668 Patent Record 11, p. 141 0 0 MSA S 1598-2388
Meltons Hope, 150 Acres; Patent
Meltons Hope Rectified, 144 Acres; Certificate {Originally 1667 patent by Thomas Melton, lies next to Boston and near Chaptico Warehouse
Developer/Owner: Key, Philip 1758 Patent Record BC and GS 11, p. 87 0 0 MSA S 1598-2390
Meltons Hope Rectified, 144 Acres; Patent
Developer/Owner: Key, Philip 1758 Patent Record BC and GS 8, p. 385 0 0 MSA S 1598-2391
Meltons Hope Rectified, Philip Key, 144 Acres 1758/07/01 Patented Certificate 432 4 0 MSA S 1205-440
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The Weems, 517 Acres; Certificate {resuvey of James Brinner (1667), Clement Haley 400acs & contigous vacant land. lies next to Finchly}
Developer/Owner: Key, Philip 1758 Patent Record BC and GS 9, p. 456 0 0 MSA S 1598-3887
The Weems, 517 Acres; Patent
Developer/Owner: Key, Philip 1758 Patent Record BC and GS 8, p. 29 0 0 MSA S 1598-3888
The Weems, Philip Key, 517 Acres 1758/09/30 Patented Certificate 698 4 0 MSA S 1205-717
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Barron Doe, 93 Acres; Patent {resurvey Joshua Millers, Hobsons & Edens Land
Developer/Owner: Key, Philip 1762 Patent Record BC and GS 16, p. 280 0 0 MSA S 1598-302
Barren Doe, Philip Key, 93 Acres 1762/03/25 Patented Certificate 71 5 0 MSA S 1205-75
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Richard Chidley 27.43 PG £34.4.8 Sep 2 1740 Aug 11 1742
Appraisers: John Emerson, Leonard Marbury.
Creditors: Henry Massey for Mr. Samuel Hide & Co., Henry Sayers for MM Henry & Edward Trafford.
Administratrix: Sarah Clay, wife of Henry Thomas Clay.
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Richard Chidly 19.111 A PG £34.4.6 £60.5.9 Aug 11 1742
(also Richard Chedley).
Received from: Ignatius Wheeler, Humphry Deaver, Sr., Thomas Marshall, Sr., Joseph Fray.
Payments to: Mr. Richard Shoars, Mr. Samuel Hyde (merchant in London), Mr. Joseph Newton, Daniel Dulany, Esq., Edmond Lanham, Mr. Peter Dent, John Huson, MM Henry & Edward Trafford (of Liverpool), Jos. Noble.
Administratrix: Sarah Clay (widow), now wife of Henry Thomas Clay. 
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Richard Conner 6,171 A PG £22.7.6 Oct 19 1724
Payments to: Mary Conner, Thomas Conner, James Atchison, Edward Stephens, John Hill, Thomas Simpson.
Legatees: "above mentioned".
Executor: Richard Conner.
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Apr. 6, 1724 - The Prince George's Co., Md. administration bond of Thomas Edelen, administrator of William Nugent, late of Prince George's Co., deceased.
Sureties: Thomas Edelen, Jr., Edward Stephens.
Witnesses: John Talburt Sr., Solomon Stimlaw [sic; Stimson.]
Source: Prince George's County Genealogical Society Bulletin, Vol. 38, No. 1 (Sep.-Oct.) 2006), p. 15.
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Mr. John Frazer, Jr. 17.458 A PG £525.6.6 Dec 1 1739
Payments to: Mr. John Hawkins, Hugh Taylor, Mr. George Gordon, Onorio Razolini, Robert Wade, Jr., Henry Watson, Anne Miller, Mary Crampton, Mr. David Crawford, Martha Yokely, George Mills, Mr. John Hawkins, Jr., Capt. Samuel Johnson, William Chaffers, Capt. John Spence, John Darnel, James Russell, Christopher Lounds, Henry Watson, Capt. Thomas Bates, Alexander Black, Mr. William Black (merchant in London), Edward Stephens, Phil. Barnes, William Decroger, William Preshy, George Mills, Mr. Alexander Countee, Daniel Dulany, Esq.
Administrator: Mr. George Frazer
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1759-1763; Liber RR {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 38. At the request of William Hicks of PGCO the following Land Commission was recorded abt March 22, 1760
Memorandum that on the special petition of William Hicks preferred to the justices of Prince George's County, Maryland on the 4th Tuesday in November in the 8th year of his Lordship commission the Right Hon. the Lord Proprietary Dominion etc., his Lordship commission issued by order of the justices aforesaid out of the county aforesaid on the 27th day of June Anno Domini 1759. In these words following, Frederick Absolute Lord and Proprietary of the Province of Maryland and Avalon Lord Baron of Baltimore vizt; to Messrs Francis King, George Gantt, John Goddart and Jonathan Burch of PGCo Gentleman, whereas William Hicks, is seized of a tract called "Calvert Manor" alias "Elizabeth Manor" and preferred his petition in writing to our county court held at Upper Marlborough Town before John Cooke, Gentleman and his associates then and still justices within our county to examine evidence to prove and perpetuate the memory of the bounds of the said tract of land. Therefore, we command you any three or two of you to examine all witnesses or persons concerned touching their knowledge of the bounds of the said tract. Witness John Cooke, Gentleman, June 27, 1759. Joseph Sim, Clk
By virtue of a commission to examine evidences to prove the bounds of "Calvert Manor" alias "Elizabeth Manor" we hereby give notice that we intend to meet at the lands at the house of Ignatius Wheeler on Monday, March 3rd next. Witness our hands and seals this January 21, 1760, Francis King, Jonathan Burch
The following depositions were taken at a locust stake which stands in an ashen swamp about 60 yards from Potomack River and on the south side of both river and swamp and about 20 yards below tide water.
Edward Stephens {Stevens} aged 70 years or thereabouts deposeth that between 30-40 years ago he was here as a chain carrier on a survey of the manor in company with Doctor Patrick Hepburn, Ralph Crabb and Joseph Belt commissioners appointed to ascertain the bounds of said manor when Col. John Fendall and several others were present and they ran a course from a hickory which he supposed was to find out the beginning of the manor at the end of which course they placed a locust stake which he now has his hand on.
Christopher Edelen aged 76 years or thereabouts deposeth that about 30-40 years ago he was present on a survey of the manor in company with Doctor Patrick Hepburn, Ralph Crabb and Joseph Belt commissioners appointed to ascertain the bounds of said manor at that to the best of his knowledge they began at the locust stake which he now has his hand on.
Thomas Dyer aged 43 years or thereabouts deposeth that about 10 years ago William Dyer told him that the stake which he now has his hand on was the beginning of this deponents land and further saith not.
Being now in an old field on the south side of Potomack River on the north side of the aforesaid ashen swamp and near where formerly stood a white oak tree we took the following deposition.
Oliver Harris aged 77 years or thereabouts deposeth that about 40 years ago he was at this place with John Wood who was then living on the aforesaid manor at a white oak tree which stood at the edge of the bank within 10 yards from this place and he asked the said Wood why he did not fell that tree as well as the rest and he told this deponent that it was the ending tree of Col. John Fendall's land upon the river course coming from the hickory and further saith not.
Being now on the side of the river and swamp where now lies an old white oak we took the following deposition.
John Dunn aged 55 years deposeth that about 33 years ago this deponent lived with John Wood and he told him that the white oak tree which he has his hand on was a tree of Col. John Fendall's land and the beginning of the manor and further saith not.
Thomas Holley aged 40 years or thereabouts deposeth that about 30 years ago or thereabout this deponent was with John Wood at this place and he told him that there was a locust stake stuck down in the swamp which was Mr. John Beall's boundary and further saith not.
Being now in an old field on the top of a hill and on the west side of Accokeek Branch at a locust tree now standing by the plantation where Thomas Tennant now lives we took the following deposition.
Edward Stephens {Stevens} aged 70 years or thereabouts deposeth that between 30-40 years ago he was a chain carrier on a survey of the manor in company with Doctor Patrick Hepburn, Ralph Crabb and Joseph Belt commissioners appointed to ascertain the bounds of said manor and the commissioners ran a course from a hickory which he supposed was to find out the beginning of the manor at the end of which course they placed a locust stake which stands in an ashen swamp about 60 yards from Potomack River and on the south side of both river and swamp and about 20 yards below tide water to where this deponent now stands at the end of which course they planted a locust tree which he now has his hand on and further saith not.
Being now on the main road which leads from Piscattaway to Port Tobacco where there is three stones placed, two on the east and one on the west side of the said road we took the following deposition
Edward Stephens {Stevens} aged as before deposeth that between 30-40 years ago he was a chain carrier as aforesaid and that the commissioners run a course from the aforesaid locust tree to the place where he now stands at the end of which course they marked three Spanish oaks two on the east and one on the west side of the said road the stump of one being still here remaining and futher saith not.
Being now on the south side of Piscattaway Creek near the mouth of a small branch called Pockets Branch that falleth into the said creek and on the east side of the said branch at a bounded white oakd tree we took the following depositions
Edward Stephens {Stevens} aged as before deposeth that between 30-40 years ago he was a chain carrier as aforesaid and that the commissioners run a course from the aforesaid manor from the place where the three Spanish oaks was marke as aforesaid to the place where he now stands and at the said place ended the survey and further saith not.
Terrance O'Brian aged 81 years or thereabouts deposeth that about 15 years ago William Deirego deceased shewed him the marked white oakd tree which he now has his hand on and told him it was the dividing tree between him the said Deirego and Thomas Edelen and at the same time the said Deirego lived at the plantation adjoining to the east side of the said Pockets Branch and further saith not. By virtue of a warrant granted unto William Hicks to ascertain the boundarys of the aforesaid Manor we by commission have taken the within deposition justly and truly as witness our hands the day and year first above written. Francis King, Jonathan Burch
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1759-1763; Liber RR {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 112. At the request of Edward Stephens, Sr., the following Certificate of Stray was recorded January 13, 1761
PGCo Sct, January 8, 1761; taken up as a stray by Edward Stephens, Sr., and brought before me a small dark Bay mare branded on her right buttock. George Gantt
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1769-1772; Liber AA 2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 496. At the request of John Wynn the following Land Commission was recorded March 20, 1772
Prince George's County Court, Maryland Frederick Absolute Lord and Proprietary of the Province of Maryland and Avalon Lord Baron of Baltimore and so forth; to Messrs Josias Beall, George Hardy, Jr., Nathaniel Newton and Luke Marbury of PGCo Gentleman, whereas John Wynn, is seized of parts of a tracts called "Indian Fields" "Wynns Chance Resurveyed" and "Gardiners Meadows Resurveyed" and preferred his petition in writing to our county court held at Upper Marlborough Town on the 4th Tuesday in August in the 19th year of our Dominion and so forth for commission to examine evidence to prove and perpetuate the memory of the bounds of the said tracts of land. Therefore, we command you any three or two of you to examine all witnesses or persons concerned touching their knowledge of the bounds of the said tracts. Witness John Cooke, Gentleman, Chief Justice, December 18, 1770 issued December 28, 1770, Thomas Sim Lee, Clk
Pursuant to a commission to examine evidences to prove the bounds of parts of a tracts called "Indian Fields" "Wynns Chance Resurveyed" and "Gardiners Meadows Resurveyed" we ihave taken the following depositions, October 23, 1770, Being at a root of an old tree on the west side of a stoney hill
Richard Blew aged 70 or thereabouts declares about 18-19 years ago George Hardey and John Wynn deceased told him the stump where he stands was the 7th bound tree of "Indian Fields" and thinks it was a red oak. From thence we went to a white oak standing on the north side of Mattawoman Swamp.
Henry Acton aged 52 declares he had known the white oak he now has his hand on 40 years upwards and that there was a commission on the land about 30 years ago and saw it proved by Thomas Windsor and James Wheeler to be the first bound tree of land formerly belonging to Jeremiah Snell. From thence we went to a stump standing in the mouth of a lane between John Wynn's and William Stevens' plantations
William Stevens; aged 53 or thereabouts declares that the stump he has his hand on is the sixth boundary of "Indian Fields" and that he had a commission about 24 years ago on "Wheelers Folly" and that Thomas Edelen and John Wynn, deceased proved it at that time. From thence we went to a locust post standing on the south side of a hil and near William Stevens' house
William Stevens; aged 53 or thereabouts declares the post he now has his hand on is the fifth boundary of "Indian Fields" and that about 24 years ago on "Wheelers Folly" and that Thomas Edelen and John Wynn, deceased proved it. From thence we went to a white oak standing on the south side of Mattawoman Branch on a knoll and about 60 yards from John Smallwood's fence.
James Smallwood aged 73 or thereabouts declares he was in a commission about 24 years ago with John Cawood and John Wynn, deceased and heard them prove this white oak to be the beginning tree of "Hull"
John Harris 79 years declares 24 years ago being in company with John Cawood, John Wynn, deceased and James Smallwood at a commission to prove the white oak hear John Cawood prove it as the beginning tree of Dr. Berry's land. From thence we adjourned to November 5, 1770 and met accordingly and went to a white oak standing in Mattawoman swamp on the north side near the mouth of a lane that divides John Wynn's and Mrs. Coghill's plantations
William Marlow aged 51 declares about 27 years ago he was a chain carrier for William Hanson running of Cawood's land and they came to the tree he now has his hand on and he understood it was a bound tree but of what land he did not know. From thence we went to a bounded white oak standing on the south side of Mattawoman fresh and within 20 yards of the plantation where Thomas Thompson, deceased formerly lived now in the possession of John Keitch
John Harris aged 80 or thereabouts declares that he was with the land commissioners 50 years ago or thereabouts and they run a line from Wynns land up the swamp and the number of perches ended at the white oak he now has his hand on and William Harkins [Harbins or Hoskins] bounded the said tree for the beginning tree of Harkins [Harbins or Hoskins] Manor
Thomas Berry aged 29 declares he was with John Smallwood, deceased and others last spring who showed him the white oak he now has his hand on and said it was a bounded tree of Hoskinsons [sic Harbin or Hoskins] Manor but what tree he did not remember. We then adjourned to March 4, 1771, not meeting at that time we advertised again on January 13, 1772 to meet on Thursday, March 12, 1772
James Green aged 66 years at a stone next to a bounded hickory standing by the side of a path, declares that there or thereabouts stood a spanish oak and that Thomas Edelen, deceased told him it was a bounded tree of land called "Edelens" and a bound tree of John Wynn's land any further told this deponent that Jervis Windsor proved it to be such
William Stevens aged 54 or thereabouts declares where the aforesaid stone now stands about 12 years ago stood a stake and his father Edward Stevens, deceased told him Thomas Edelen put that stake down as a boundary of his land. Given under our hands and seals the day and year aforesaid Luke Marbury, Nathaniel Newton
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1793-1794; Liber JRM 2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 1. At the request of Alexander Hamilton the following Lease was recorded May 4, 1793
Indenture made April 27, 1793; whereas Ignatius Wheeler {d. 1698} of Charles County, Maryland did by his deed dated February 11, 1695 for divers causes and considerations did demise and to farm let unto Henry Quandoe a tract called "Wheelers Folly" containing 116 acres and lying in Charles County, Maryland (now in PGCo) for the term of 99 years and also covenanted that at any time before the expiration of the term at the request of Henry Quandoe execute a further demise for 99 years or a longer time; and whereas Henry Quandoe by his deed dated January 1, 1718 did demise and to farm let the tract unto Edward Stevens which at his decease became the right of William Stevens, his eldest son, who by his deed dated December 19, 1778 conveyed the tract to his son Thomas Darnall Stevens, who by his deed dated July 25, 1792 conveyed the tract "Wheelers Folly" unto Alexander Hamilton. Now this indenture witnesseth that Ignatius Wheeler of St. Mary's County, Maryland, heir at law of Luke Wheeler {d. 1742} late of said county who was heir at law of Ignatius Wheeler {d. 1698} of Charles County, Maryland, in consideration of the covenants and 10 shillings paid by Alexander Hamilton has demised and to farm let unto him the aforesaid tract "Wheelers Folly" containing 116 acres and beginning at the 5th bound tree of "Indian Field" for the term of 999 years commencing February 20, 1794. Signed Ignatius Wheeler in the presence of and acknowledged before Richard Bond, Edmund Plowden (JPs of St. Mary's County, Maryland and certified by Timothy Bowes, clerk) 
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Robert Clarke bc 1674 (son of John Clarke and Ann_______) m Elizabeth Mattingly bc 1682. She died 1732.

The above described land was, however, not in St. Mary's Co MD, but in Charles Co MD, that part which became Prince George's Co:

24 Feb 1699/1700 (Prince George's MD) , Vol. A, Page 237) Deed. John CLARKE, Robert CLARKE, Benjamin CLARKE, and Francis CLARKE of Charles and St. Mary's Co.s, planters to William HERBERT of Charles Co. Price 8650 lbs. Tobacco. Property: 100 Acre tract called "Clarkes Purchase" in Prince George's on the North side of the Main fresh of Mattawoman on St. Thomases Creek, commonly known as Notting; Adjoining land of Robert CLARKE. Signatures John CLARKE, Robert CLARKE, Benjamin CLARKE, and Francis CLARKE.

wit.: Phillip HOSSKINS, James KEECH, Bridgett TANDELL(Bridgett FINDELL).

ackn'd: John CLARKE and wife Elizabeth, Robert CLARKE, Benjamin CLARKE and wife Judith, and Francis CLARKE, 24 February 1699. Recorded: (date unspecified) (Transcribed by Combs-Clark Researcher Jerry Clark)
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PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY LAND RECORDS, Deed, 24 February 1699
From: JOHN CLARKE, ROBT. CLARK, BENJ. CLARKE, and FRANCIS CLARK of Charles and St. Mary's Co.s, planters.
To: WILLIAM HERBERT of Charles Co.
Price: 8650 lbs. tobacco
Property: A 100 acre tract called "Clarkes Purchase"
in P. G. County, on the north side of the main fresh of Mattawoman on St. Thomases Creek, commonly known as Notting; adjoining land of ROBT. CLARKE.
Signatures: JOHN CLARKE, ROBERT CLARKE, BENJAMIN CLARKE, and FFRANCIS CLARKE.
Wit.: PHILLIP HOSSKINS, JAMES KEECH, BRIDGETT TAN-DELL [BRIDGETT FENDELL].
Ackn'd: JOHN CLARK and wife ELIZABETH, ROBERT CLARK, BENJAMIN CLARK and wife JUDITH, and FRANCIS CLARK, 24 February 1699.
Recorded: (date unspecified), Vol. A, Page 237
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PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY LAND RECORDS, Deed, 24 February 1699
From: JOHN CLARK, ROBT. CLARKE, BENJAMIN CLARK, and FFRANCIS CLARK of Charles and St. Mary's County, planters.
To: JOHN COURTS (also spelled COATS, COARTS), of Charles County, gent.
Price: 8250 lbs. tobacco
Property: All the tract called "Crouches Guift" in P. G. County, on the north side of the main fresh on the head of Mattawoman or St. Thomases Creek commonly known by the name of Notting, bounding on land of JOHN CLARKE; 500 acres.
Signatures: JOHN CLARKE, ROBT. CLARKE, BENJ'N CLARK, FFRANCIS CLARK.
Wit.: PHILL. HOSKINS, JAMES KEECH, and BRIDGETT FFENDALL (her mark).
Ackn'd: JOHN CLARKE and wife ELIZABETH, ROBERT CLARKE, BENJAMIN CLARKE and wife JUDITH, and FFRANCIS CLARKE, 27 February 1699.
Recorded: 14 November 1700, Vol. A, Page 293-A
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Elisabeth Clarke 16.653 SM £30.9.5 Jun 7 1732 Nov 7 1732
Appraisers: Richard Cooper, Thomas Shirclef.
Creditors; Richard Millard, Jonathon Spencer.
Next of kin: Mary Olney, Robert Clarke.
Administrator/Executor: James Clarke.
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Elisabeth Clarke 13.7 A SM £30.9.5 £12.18.6 Mar 6 1734
Received from: John Carbary.
Payments to: Jonathon Spancer, John Haw, Capt. John Hicks, Lenord Clarke.
Legal representatives: Robert Clarke, James Clarke, John Clarke, Mary
Clarke, Winifred Clarke, Henaretta Clarke.
Administrator: James Clarke.
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Thomas Harrison 19.34 A CH £3.14.0 Jan 4 1698
Payments to: Robert Clarke, Maj. William Dent, William Sergeant, Edward Millstead.
Administrator: Francis Harrison.
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Prince George's Land Records 1739-1743 - Liber Y - Land Commission. From Lord Baltimore To Messrs John Hawkins Sr, John Hawkins Jr, John Lowe Sr, and John Lowe Jr of PG, Gentlemen, Greeting. Whereas John Hanson of Charles County, Gentleman, seized of a parcel of land in PG called Clarksons Purchase, did, on the 4th Tuesday of last Nov, prefer his petition in writing to PG County Court held at Upper Marlborough Town, before Peter Dent, Gent, and his associates for Commission to examine witnesses to prove and perpetuate the memory of the bounds of sd parcel of land, know that we have given you (not being anyway related to the petitioner or any contiguous proprietor, nor interested in sd land) power to examine all witnesses which shall be nominated to you by the afd petitioner or other person concerned, touching their knowledge of the bounds of the land afd or the bounds of any other lands whereon and whereto the afd land depends or relates, and therefore we command you to call before you, on a day you specify, on the land afd, all witnesses. Signed Dec 26, 1739 - A Contee, Cl Cur. Feb 9, 1739/40. Messrs John Hawkins Sr, John Lowe Sr, John Hawkins Jr, John Lowe Jr, qualified themselves to execute the Commission before - Tho Owen.

On last Mar 18, we repaired to the sd tract of land, being at the mouth of Clast Cr, and took the following depositions:

Thomas Stonestreet, age about 57, says that about 18 years ago, this deponent was at the afd place with Colo Addison & several others and the sd Addison declared the beginning tree of Clarkson Purchase stood within a few yards of the sd place where now stands a locust post but something near the water.

On last Jul 16, we again repaired to the sd tract of land at a bounded white oak near Mr. Digges' Road that leads to Broad Cr near Clast Cr. We took the following depositions:

Robert Clark, age about 50 declares that 30 years ago, Capt. Geo: Athey came to the afd bounded white oak with this deponent and told him it was the 2nd bound tree of Clarksons Purchase. A true return. Signed Nov 24, 1740 - John Hawkins, Jno Hawkins Jr.
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Robert Edwards 106.366 SM L74.9.3 May 19 1770 Mar 23 1771
Appraisers: Maverill Lock, James Burroughs.
Creditors: George Maxwell.
Mentions: John Edwards, Jesse Edwards.
Administratrix: Mary Edwards.
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Benjamin Burroughs 87.21 SM 446.12.0 Jan 24 1765 Mar 7 1765
Appraisers: William Bruce, Robert Hammett.
Creditors: Robert Young for John Gordon & Co., Philemon Estep.
Next of kin: John Burroughs, George Burroughs
Administrator: James Burroughs
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Samuel Sotheron 98.129 SM £25.12.11 Jul 2 1768 Aug 17 1768
Appraisers: James Burroughs, George Burroughs.
Creditors: Richard Sotheron, Sr., John Masson for John & James Jameson.
Next of kin: Richard Sotheron, Jr., John J. Sotheron.
Executors: Jean Sotheron, Levin Sotheron.
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Edward Welsh 5.173 D SM £388.12.2 Feb 14 1769
Sureties: James Burroughs, Leonard Lyer.
Legatees: Sarah (daughter), Elisabeth Waters, John Welsh (grandson, under 21), Mary Welsh (granddaughter, under 16), Birgin Mitchel (under 21), Mary (wife).
Executrix: Mary Welsh.
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Thomas Greenfield 121.413 SM £542.4.2 May 5 1774 Apr 6 1775
Appraisers: James Burroughs, Leonard Wood.
Creditors: Maxwell & Truman, Alexander McPherson, Jr.
Next of kin: Rebecca Greenfield, Truman Greenfield.
Administrator/Executor: Thomas Greenfield.
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Charles County Maryland Will Book B-1, 1782-1785; Page 249.
Luke Davis' Will.
I, Luke Davis of CC, am sick and weak of body, but of perfect mind & memory. Firstly, I want my just debts paid.
To my wife Susanna Davis - 1 bay horse called Merryboy, and 2 beds and covering, 2 pewter dishes, and 1 pewter basin, & 6 pewter plates, 4 of my best hogs, 1 sow & pigs, 1 cow & calf, 4 ewes, 16 barrels of corn, 1 small chest, & 1 looking glass. Also all my plantation utensils, half my crop of cotton, 1 small iron pot, and all my earthenware.
To my daughter Catharine Anderson - 1 Negro girl named Sarah, for her own use during her natural life, and after her death, sd Sarah & her increase shall be equally divided among the children of my daughter Catharine Anderson, viz, Anne, Richard, William, & Elizabeth.
To my granddaughter Anne Burroughs - 1 cow and calf.
To my 5 daughters, viz, Mary, Elizabeth, Cloe, Dorothy, & Catharine and my son Barton - the rest of my estate to be equally divided between them.
Executrix: my wife Susanna Davis. executor: my son-in-law William Anderson.
Signed Nov 16, 1782 - Luke {+ his mark) Davis. Wit - Joseph Anderson, Zephaniah Burroughs, James (1 his mark) Burroughs.
Probated on Dec 6, 1783 by the oaths of the executrix and executor and by the oath of witness James Burroughs. 
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Rootsweb MDCHARLIE-L post from 2001:
THOMAS WHARTON wrote his will on 7/27/1702 ; probated in C.C. by 2/27/1708.(Will AB#3:35). To his son THOMAS WHARTON he left 200 acres of "Christian Milford", 2 cows and their increase.a mare and all his clothes. To his daughter, ELIZABETH BISHOP, he left 100 acres of "Christian Milford", 2 heifers and their increase. His youngest dau., ELIZABETH WHARTON, was to receive "Christian Milford" when his oldest son and dau., THOMAS WHARTON & ELIZABETH BISHOP died. If his youngest dau. died then his wife and her heirs were to have the land. His wife, MARY WHARTON and her heirs were to reeive the rest of his personal estate. After he wrote his will, he had another son, WILLIAM WHARTON born in Mar. 1706. His 2nd wife, Mary, was deceased around 1710. 
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Spotsylvania County, Virginia Revolutionary Pensioners; [William Armstrong Crozier];
Augt. 7, 1832. Francis Turnley of Spts. Co., aged 70 years, entered Army of U. S. - 17[ ] Was drafted in Va. Militia in Spta. Co. under Capt. Croucher in Octr., 1780. Marched from this Co. thro' Hanover, New Kent and James City and thence to Petersburg where he was discharged, having served 3 mos. Returned home, was drafted under Capt. Frank Coleman and marched to Culpeper and Fredksbg., remained 3 mos., again returned home and was drafted under Capt. Tankersley and marched to the Seaboard thro' Hanover, James City and James River country. Fought at Osborne's and was at Surrender at Yorktown. Discharged by original certificate of Major Wood Jones, Oct. 2, 1781; was with Capt. Tankersley 4 months, making in all ten months. Was born in 1762. Always lived in Spts. Co. Remembers Col. Hatch Richardson, Col. Thos. Meriwether, Major Wood Jones and Captains Taylor and Carter. Died Decr. 18, 1836. (Order Book 1833-1838.)

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1772-1798 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Will Book E; [William Armstrong Crozier];
WILKERSON, ROBERT, Spotsylvania Co., d. Dec. 20, 1778, Executors Bond dated Mar. 18, 1779. Wit. James Mason, Joshua Smith, Betey Turnley. Ex. John Lewis, William Duggins. Leg. wife, and after her death the estate to be equally divided amongst the children; son George; William Duggins, guardian to my son George. (Page 299) 
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The first official record relating to Richard Preston in Maryland is as follows from Liber A B & H in the Annapolis Land Office.

" By the Lieut etc. of Maryland

"These are to authorize Mr Richard Preston, Commander of the North side of Patuxent River for one month next ensuing- with the advice of his Lordships Surveyor Generall (if the said Surveyor shall now so long make his abode there) to grant warrants to the said Surveyor for the laying out of any convenient quantities of Land upon the said River on the North side thereof not formerly taken up to any Adventurers that shall make their just title appear, Provided that he the said Mr Preston do Testifie such Titles particularly into the Secretarys Office before the return of the Certificate of Surveyor. Given at St Leonards this 15th of July 1651.

Willm Stone."

"July 15th 1651, Demands of Land made by the Inhabitants of Patuxent River before Mr Richard Preston, Commander and his Lordships Surveyor Generall.

Mr. Richard Preston demandeth Land for the transportation of himself, Margaret Preston the Elder, Richard Preston the younger, James, Samuel, Naomy and Margaret Preston and Wm Ennis, Wm Phillips, W Harper, Amos Hambleton, George Harmon, John Steward, John Pawley, Hugh Howlands, John Cobbington, Cornelius Abrahamson, Derrick Johnson, Martha Hill and Nicholas Lawes.
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Liber H, folio: 83
"Caecilius Absolute Lord and Proprietary of the provinces of Maryland, and Avalon Lord Baron of Baltimore __ To all persons to whom these presents shall come greeting in our Lord God Everlasting know ye that __for and in consideration that Thomas Todd hath transported William Dunbar and Charles Devaney in anno 1649 into this province to inhabitt and upon such conditions and terms as are expressed in our Conditions of Plantation of our said province of Maryland, under our grat or seal att Armes bearing date att London the 2nd day of July in the year of our Lord God 1649 and remaining upon record in our said province do hereby grant unto Francis Armstrong and Frances his wife, the relict of Cornelius Abrahamson assignee of the said Todd, all that parcel of land called Could Kirby formerly surveyed for the said Todd lying on the west side of Chesapeake Bay near and adjoining the
land of Leonard Givins, beginning at a marked locust tree, the said being the southernmost bound of the said Givins land on and running south by east down the bay for the length of One Hundred perches to a marked locust tree, bounding on the south with a line drawn west from the said locust for the length of Three Hundred Twenty perches, on the west with a line drawn north by west from the end of the wester (sic) line unto the land of the said Givins, on the north with the said land on the east with the said bay containing and laid out for Two Hundred acres more or less.... rent of 4 shillings sterling or gold or the full value...the certificate of the underwritten is entered Anno 1651 fol. 108."
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Provincial Court Proceedings, 1658 pg 175

Col Nathaniel Ettye demandeth out of the Estate of Cornelius Abrahamson aforesd As the Attorney of Mr Henry Meese 400# Tob.

Patrick fforrest Exequutor to Mrs Margarett Hatton demandeth of the sd Abrahamson 155# Tob, due for ffees. Abrahamson's Estate

Jacob Lumbrozo demandeth of Cornelius Abrahamson deceased 400# Tob (uppon Exequuon) besides other ffees due to the Clerks & Sheriffs. 
Abrahamson, Cornelius (I67016)
 
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Virginia Colonial Abstracts - Series 2, Vol 1, Northumberland County, Virginia 1678-1713; Page 21 Court 19 ffeb. 1678/9
John Higgins who marryed the Relict of James Pope has impaired the Estate of the Children of the sd. Pope, and Higgins to appear in the next court.
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1699-1706 Northumberland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1; [Hamrick]; Page 52
Northumberland County Court 16 August 1699
Upon the Moc'on of JOHN POPE a Com'c'on of Adm'con is granted him on the Estate of DORCAS HIGGINSON he giving Caution for his Due Adm'c'on on the said dec'eds Estate according to Law.
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1699-1706 Northumberland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1; [Hamrick]; Page 76
Northumberland County Court 18 October 1699
Judgment is granted DORCAS POPE by her brother JOHN POPE for the sum'e of Seventeene hundred and fifty pounds of Tobacco & Casq' ag't the Estate of DORCAS HIGGINSON dec'ed it being her proporc'on of her father M'r JAMES POPEs Estate And Ordered the said JOHN POPE Administr'r of the said DORCAS HIGGINSON pay the said sum'e out of the said Dec'eds Estate al's Ex'o
Judgm't is granted JOHN POPE Assignee of WILLIAM GOODRIDGE ag't DORCAS HIGGINSONs dec'ed Estate for the sum'e of six hundred pounds of Tobacco & Casq' out of the said dec'ed[s Estate] unless the Assignement shall the next Court appeare to be fraudulent & if soe the suite to be dismissed.
Judgement is granted JOHN POPE ag't DORCAS HIGGINSONs Estate for what Clerkes fees shall appeare to be due from the said dec'eds Estate al's Ex'on.
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1699-1706 Northumberland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1; [Hamrick]; Page 306
Northumberland County Court - 20th day of July An'o 1704
- Whereas JAMES ROGERS brought suit ag't JOHN POPE & declared as followeth That the said JOHN POPE of this County stands justly indebeted to him by Bill One thousand pounds of Tobacco & Casq' & refuseth paym't wherefore (he the Kt) hath brought the Suite and humbly prayes Judgm't for his said Debt ag't the said POPE with Costs etc. & the Deft for plea Comes and prayes Judgm't of the Writt because he sayes that the Plt hath declared on a Bill and hath not sett forth the Date of the said Bill or whether the same be under hand & Seale or not and neither hath sett forth that the same is here in Court etc. Whereupon the Court are of Opinion that the Decl. doth not well lye And on the Defts moc'on a Nonsuit is granted him ag't the said Plt and Ordered he pay Dam'ages according to Law with Costs al's Ex'o.
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1706-1713 Northumberland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 2; [Hamrick]; Page 652
Northumberland County Court - March 17, 1710
THOMAS THOMSON petitioning this Court for Administration on the Estate of his deceased Brother SIMON THOMSON as being nearest of Kin and Administration being in November Court granted to ROBERT BOYD, ANN his wife and JOHN POPE on the said Estate and The Justices Now sitting being divided in their opinions the same is Continued to the next Court to
be Argued De Novo.
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1706-1713 Northumberland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 2; [Hamrick]; Page 788
Northumberland County Court - July 17, 1712
- GEORGE MURDOCK and JOHN POPE having made Oath to their Depositions Concerning JOHN BOYD the Orphan of ROBERT BOYD deceased on the Motion of ANNE BOYD the Mother of the said JOHN the said Depositions are Admitted to Record. 
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Volume 50 page 214 Assembly Proceedings, Oct. 2-Nov. 17, 1753. Liber No. 47 p. 316
Capt. Gassaway, from the Committee appointed to enquire into the Facts contained in William Wells and Rebecca his Wife, their Petition, delivers to Mr. Speaker the following Report. By the Committee appointed by the Honourable the Lower House of Assembly, to enquire into the Truth of the Facts set forth in the Petition of William Wells, and Rebecca his Wife.
October 31, 1753.
Your Committee find, That William Marshall, of Prince George's County, by his last Will and Testament, in Writing, bearing Date the 23d of April 1734, did, amongst other Things therein contained, devise unto his two Daughters, Sarah and Rebecca Marshall, and the Heirs of their Body lawfully begotten, all that Tract of Land called Charley, except One Hundred Acres to his Son Thomas Marshall, and in Default of such Heirs of them, or either of them, then to his Son Thomas, and his Heirs for ever; whereby the said Rebecca Marshall, now Wife of the Petitioner William Wells, hath Right to One Hundred and Thirty Acres, Part of the said Tract of Land called Charley.

We find a Deed from James Maxwell, Son and Heir of James Maxwell of Baltimore County, to Lucy Evans, Executrix of Lewis Evans, of Anne Arundel County, for a Tract of Land, containing Two Hundred Acres, lying on the West Side of Chesapeak Bay, and on the South Side of Herring Creek, bearing Date the 19th of May, 1691, duly executed, acknowledged and enrolled, which Land was patented to William Parker, September the 4th, 1666, as appears by a Recital in the said Deed, and sold by him the said William Parker, to James Maxwell. Father of the above mentioned James Maxwell, the First Day of November, 1667, as also appears by a Recital in the said Deed.

We also find a Deed of Gift, from Lucy Evans, to her two Daughters, Elisabeth and Sarah Evans, for the aforesaid Land, bearing Date the 7th Day of September, 1691, duly executed and enrolled, L: H. J. and afterwards recorded in the Special Court Records, of Anne No. 47 Arundel County. We find that the said Elisabeth Evans, and Sarah her Sister, who intermarried with a certain Samuel Griffith, by their joint Petition to his Lordship's Agent, obtained a Warrant of Resurvey on the said Two Hundred Acres of Land, and included therein Ninety Three Acres of Surplus, and obtained a Patent for the Quantity of Two Hundred and Ninety Three Acres, called Evan's Purchase, bearing Date the 16th Day of September, 1720, and that a Division of the said Land hath been made. We also find a Deed from Elisabeth Faudrie, (who is the same Elisabeth Evans, one of the Daughters of Lucy Evans abovementioned,) to William Wells, of Anne Arundel County, bearing Date the 19th of April, 1753, duly executed, acknowleged and recorded, for One Hundred Four Acres and an Half Acre, of her Part of the Land, being Part of the said Two Hundred and Ninety Three Acres. Your Committee also find a Deed from Benoni Holliday, of Anne Arundel County, to Henry Child, the Son of Henry Child, junr. bearing Date the 29th of August, 1730, duly acknowleged and recorded, for Fifty Acres of Land, Part of a Tract called Trent, also lying in Anne Arundel County; which said Benoni was Heir at Law to his Father William Holliday, who was in Possession of the said Fifty Acres of Land, upwards of Forty Years, and those who claimed under him were always since, in quiet Possession thereof. We find a Deed, from the said Henry Child, to William Wells the Petitioner, for the same Fifty Acres of Land, Part of Trent, bearing Date the 22d Day of June, 1743, duly acknowleged and recorded. We also find, that a certain Joseph Morely had the whole Tract of Land, called Trent, containing Four Hundred and Fifty Acres, patented to him, in the Year 1666, but how William Holliday came by his Right to the Fifty Acres of Land aforesaid, Part of Trent, does not appear to your Committee. And, we likewise find, upon Enquiry into the Value of the said several Lands, that the One Hundred and Four Acres of Land and an Half Acre, Part of Evans's Purchase, as aforementioned, and the Fifty Acres, Part of the Land called Trent, are as commodious and of equal Value with the aforesaid One Hundred and Thirty Acres of Land called Charley; all which is humbly submitted to the Consideration of your Honourable House.
Signed per Order, William Wilkins, Clerk.
On reading the said Report, the House concurs therewith: Ordered, That Leave be given to the Petitioners, to bring in a Bill according to the Prayer of their Petition.

Mr. Key, from the Committee of Laws, delivers to Mr. Speaker, a Bill intituled, An Act for raising a Duty of Three Halfpence Sterling per Hogshead, on all Tobacco exported out of this Province, for the Use of the Governor; which was read the first Time, and ordered to lie on the Table.

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Volume 50 page 368/9/70, Assembly Proceedings, Oct. 2-Nov. 17, 1753. Liber H. S No. 22
An Act to cut off the Entail of Part of a Tract of Land called Charley now lying in Charles and Prince George's County's and to Entail Lands of equal Value in lieu thereof.
Whereas William Wells of Anne Arundel County and Rebecca his Wife have by their Petition to this General Assembly set forth That a certain William Marshall late of Prince George's County deceased (Father to the Petitioner Rebecca) did by his last Will and Testament in writing duly executed and recorded Devise Part of a Certain Tract of Land called Charley now laying Part thereof in Charles County and Part in Prince George's County Containing One hundred and thirty Acres to her the said Rebecca and the Heirs of her Body lawfully begotten and in default of such Heirs then to his son Thomas Marshall and his Heirs for ever as in the said Will is expressed and that he the said William Wells in Right of his wife Rebecca by virtue of the Devise aforesaid stands seized and Possessed of the said Part of the Tract of Land called Charley. And Whereas the said William Wells by his said Petition hath further set forth that he is seized in Fee of and in a Tract or Parcel of Land containing One hundred four Acres and an half Acre being one moiety or Part of a Tract of Land called Evans's Purchase laying in Anne Arundel County aforesaid purchased by him the aforesaid William Wells from a certain Elizabeth [Faudrie?] of Anne Arundel County, and that he is also Seized in Fee of and in a Tract or Parcel of Land containing Fifty Acres laying in Anne Arundel County aforesaid being Part of a Tract of Land called Trent purchased by him the said William Wells from a certain Henry Child of Anne Arundel County aforesaid, and that the said Land called Charley being Part in Charles County and Part in Prince Georges County aforesaid and being very Hilly and Stoney and what is level thereof and under the Hills is in the greatest Part wet and low Ground that it is thereby unfit for any number of Hands to work and very incommodious to the said Petitioners and unprofitable. And that the said One hundred four Acres and an half Acre the moiety or Part of the Tract of Land called Evans's Purchase laying in Anne Arundel County aforesaid and the said Fifty Acres of Land part of the Tract of Land called Trent laying in Anne Arundel County aforesaid are of equal Value with the One hundred and thirty Acres of Land part of the Tract of Land called Charley. And Whereas the said William Wells and Rebecca his wife by their said Petition have prayed that the One hundred and thirty Acres Part of the said Tract of Land called Charley now the Entailed Estate of the said William Wells and Rebecca his wife may not be incumbered with the said Intail but that the same may be totally docked and cut off and that the said Rebecca Wells wife of the said William Wells may be Vested with an absolute Estate in Fee Simple therein and that the Parcel of Land containing One hundred and four Acres and an half Acre being Part of the Tract of Land called Evans's Purchase and the Parcel of Land containing Fifty Acres being Part of the Tract of Land called Trent be Entailed in the same manner by an Act of Assembly as the said One hundred and thirty Acres of Land part of the said Tract of Land called Charley is Entailed by the said Last Will and Testament of William Marshall of Prince George's County aforesaid. And forasmuch as it appears to this General Assembly that the said One hundred and four Acres and an half Acre part of the Tract of Land called Evans's Purchase laying in Anne Arundel County aforesaid and the said Fifty Acres of Land part of the Tract of Land called Trent also laying in Anne Arundel County aforesaid are of equal Value with the One hundred and thirty Acres of Land part of the aforesaid Tract of Land called Charley and that Thomas Marshall son and Heir of the said William Marshal who has by virtueof the Will of the said William Marshal an Estate in Fee Simple in the said One hundred and thirty Acres of Land Part of the said Tract of Land called Charley expectant on the Demise of the said Rebecca Wells without Heirs of her Body lawfully begotten hath signified by a Remonstrance under his Hand and Seal to this present General Assembly that he is willing that the Entail of the said One hundred and thirty Acres part of the said Tract of Land called Charley may be Docked and Cutt off and that the said One Hundred and four Acres and an half Acre of Land part of the Tract of Land called Evans's Purchase aforesaid and the Fifty Acres of Land part of the Tract of Land called Trent may be Entailed in lieu thereof and in the same manner that the said One hundred and thirty Acres part of the Tract of Land called Charley is Entailed. Therefore be it Enacted by the Right Honourable the Lord Proprietary by and with the Advice and Consent of his Lordships Governor and the Upper and Lower Houses of Assembly and the Authority of the same That the said Rebecca Wells Wife of the said William Wells be and is hereby vested with an Absolute Estate in Fee Simple of and in the said One hundred and thirty Acres of Land Part of the said Tract of Land called Charley laying part thereof in Charles County and Part thereof in Prince George's County as fully and amply as if the same had been Devised to her in Fee Simple by the last Will and Testament of the said William Marshall late of Prince George's County deceased and that the said William Wells and Rebecca his Wife have by Vertue of this Act of Assembly full Power and Authority to sell and Dispose thereof or any Part or Parcel thereof as fully and amply as if the same One hundred and thirty Acres of Land Part of Charley aforesaid had not been Entailed by the will of the said William Marshall aforesaid any Thing in the said Will contained to the Contrary thereof in any wise notwithstanding
And be it further Enacted by the Authority Advice and Consent aforesaid That the aforesaid One hundred and four Acres and an half Acre of Land Part of the Tract of Land called Evans's Purchase laying in Anne Arundel County aforesaid so as aforesaid Purchased by the said William Wells from the said Elizabeth Fandrie [Faudrie?] and the aforesaid Fifty Acres of Land part of the Tract of Land called Trent laying in Anne Arundel County aforesaid so as aforesaid Purchased by the said William Wells from the said Henry Child be and are by Virtue of this Act of Assembly the Estate of the sd Rebecca Wells the Wife of the aforesaid William Wells and the Heirs of her Body lawfully begotten and in Default of such Heirs then to Thomas Marshall and his Heirs for Ever but if he should Intermarry with a certain Susanna Swan in the said Will of the said William Marshal mentioned then the said Land to be the Estate of John Son of the said Testator William Marshall and his Heirs for ever according to the Will of the said William Marshall and as therein is expressed Saving to his most Sacred Majesty his Heirs and Successors to the Right Honourable the Lord Proprietary his Heirs and Successors and to all Bodies Politick and Corporate and to all others not mentioned in this Act their several and respective Rights.

Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly,
1752-1754 Volume 50, Page 369
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Charles County Land Records Book V#3; Page 445.
Mar 15, 1780 from John Howard Marshall of CC, planter, to Robert Marshall of CC, planter, for 2000 £, all them parcels of land in CC on the west side of wicomoco River, viz, a parcel of land sold to Mr. Richard Marshall decd by Colo John Fendall for 6 acres, and part of a parcel of land sold to sd Richard Marshall decd by William Marshall, brother to the sd Richard Marshall decd, and also part of a parcel of land conveyed to sd Richard Marshall decd by William Vincent, and the plantation whereon sd Richard Marshall decd formerly lived, including part of all the afd parcels of land, bounded by a tract of land patented to William Marshall on Aug 15, 1662 for 200 acres, Abbets Branch, the east side of Pecowaxen Main Road, a fresh water run that runs between the plantations whereon Colo John Fendall lived formerly and Richard Marshall decd, containing about 120 acres. Signed - John Howard Marshall. Wit - Robert Young, Richd Barnes (CC JPs). Louisa Marshall, wife to the sd John Howard Marshall, relinquished her right of dower to the lands within mentioned. Recorded Mar 20, 1780. 
Marshall, William {addl Records2} (I54557)
 
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Watkins John, Prince George's County, 19th June, 1703; 18th July, 1703,
To daughter-in-law Anne Lewis, sons-in-law Thomas and John Lewis and Edward Ennis personalty.
Wife Mary and son-in-law Richard Lewis, joint exs.
Test: Henry Acton, Eliza. Marsh, Anne Acton. 11.373. 
Lewis, John (I17496)
 
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Westmoreland County, Virginia Wills
MUCKLEROY, ELISABETH, 12 Feb. 1717; 14 Aug. 1718.
To Granddau. Elizabeth dau. of John and Elizabeth Pope 1 cow, 1 mare and 500 lbs. of tobacco; to granddau. Jemima the dau. of my son Lawrence Pope and his wife Jemima (Waddy) 1 Russia leathertrunk; grandson Thomas Youel son of Harman and Dinah Youel 2 calves, cows, mare, gun etc; grand-. dau. Elizabeth dau. of same, 2 cows, 1 feather bed, a Bible and a ring; residue of estate and 15 shillings to Dinah Youel, she and her husband Harman exrs.
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Issue of John Sturman 2nd and Elizabeth Spence:
(2) John Sturman 3rd, b. about 1679, who was bequeathed by his father, among other things, "my great Bible," md. Elizabeth, dau. of William Payne and his wife, Elizabeth Pope, dau. of Humphrey Pope and his wife, Elizabeth Hawkins, dau. of Richard Hawkins. (Wm. & Mary Quarterly-Vol. 13-p. 280.)
John4 Sturman 3rd and his wife, Elizabeth Payne, had two daus.
(1) Elizabeth Sturman.
(2) Sarah Sturman, md. before 1724, Burns.

After the death of John Sturman 3rd, his wife, Elizabeth, became the wife of Daniel McCarty, whose will, March 29 1724:
pro. May 27 1724, says "And to each of my first wife's daughters, Elizabeth Sturman and Mary Burns, I give a Bible of fifteen Shillings price & wish 'em to make good use of 'em." These daughters are untraced.

John Sturman 3rd, left no will.
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1682-1684 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 3 [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 63: Att a Court held July ultimo [31] 1684
Upon petition of Mrs. Sarah Butler the last will of John Butler is proved by John Jones, Elizabeth Pope and Charles Baldridge and administration of the estate with the will annext comitted to Sarah Butler, the relict and executrix of John. It is further ordered that on 2 August next John Questenbury, Alexander Gallant and John Jones take a true inventory of the estate of John Butler and apprayse the same.
John Jones and Alexander Webster doe assume with Sarah Butler in 30,000 pounds of tobacco for the true performance of the contents of the will.
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1682-1684 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 3 [John Frederick Dorman];
Page 346 [27 Aug. 1684]
The last will and testament of Humphry Pope beinge proved by the witnesses as, also the codicill by Sarah Butler and Alexandr. Gallant, the court committ the estate of Humphry Pope to the executors in the will nominated, they givinge security, and Mr. William Bridges and Mr. John Washington did assume with Elizabeth Pope and Mr. Lawrence Washington in £200 sterling for the true performance of the contents of, the will and codicill. And Mr. William Bridges, Originall Browne and John Questenbury are ordered to take an inventory of and apprayse the whole personall estate, and Capt. John Lord is desired to sweare them.
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1685/6-1687 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 5 [John Frederick Dorman];
Page 593 [27 July 1687]
Richard Youell in behalfe of his wife Elizabeth vs. Nehemiah Blackiston. Youle brought into Court one bill bearing date 23 March 1684 [1685] whereby Nehemiah Blackiston did obleige himselfe to pay unto Elizabeth Pope now Youel 2600 pounds of tobacco. The bill was witnessed by Lawrence Washington and William Hardidge. The witnesses tooke their corporall oathes upon the Holy Evangelists that they did see Nehemiah Blackiston signe, seale and deliver the bill to Pope.
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1687/6-1688/9 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 6 [John Frederick Dorman];Dorman];
Page 645 [30 May 1688]
Upon petition of Elizabeth Youel the relict of Richard Youel administration of granted her of all the goods, chattells, debts and creditts of Richard Youel provided Elizabeth enter into bond with sufficient security. John Washington and Edward Duddleston with Elizabeth did assume in 30,000 pounds of tobacco. The Court order that on 11 June next a just and legall apraizment be made by John Quessenbury, Patrick Muckleroy, Alexander Webster and Originall Browne.
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1687/6-1688/9 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 6 [John Frederick Dorman];
Page 680 [31 Oct. 1688]
Originall Browne attorny of Wm. Brisco vs. Eliz: Youel administratrix of Richard Youel. The plaintiff demanding by bill 359 pounds of tobacco and by account 687, the Court order that Elizabeth Youel pay 359 pounds of tobacco due by bill and as for the 687 pounds of tobacco due per account, the Court order Capt. John Lord to administer an oath to Browne whereby hee may legally justifie his account, which if hee shall doe then
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1687/6-1688/9 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 6 [John Frederick Dorman];
Page 681 [31 Oct. 1688]
John Washington vs. Eliz: Youell administratrix of Richard Youell. The plaintiff demanding by accompt 2703 pounds of tobacco and the defendant acknowledging the same to be due, the Court order that Elizabeth Youel pay.
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1687/6-1688/9 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 6 [John Frederick Dorman];
Page 681 [31 Oct. 1688]
Daniel Ocaney vs. Eliz: Youel administratrix of Richard Youel. The plaintiff demanding by bill 1350 pounds of tobacco, the Court order Elizabeth Youel to pay.
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1687/6-1688/9 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 6 [John Frederick Dorman];
Page 684 [1 Nov. 1688]
John Higgins vs. Eliz: Youel administratrix of Richard Youel. Referd that Higgins bring in a more perfect account to the next Court.
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1687/6-1688/9 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 6 [John Frederick Dorman];
Page 691 [28 Nov. 1688]
Thomas Beach vs. Eliz: Youell administratrix Richd. Youell. The plaintiff demands 3600 pounds of tobacco for worke done and tobacco paid as by receipts may appear, onely 500 pounds of tobacco charged was for worke done by Abraham Smith who was not in Court to justifie that part of the account. The Court order Elizabeth Youell pay Thomas Beach 3100 pounds of tobacco and if Abraham Smith shall att the next Court make it appear 500 pounds of tobacco is justlie due, then judgment to passe for that alsoe.
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1687/6-1688/9 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 6 [John Frederick Dorman];
Page 692 [28 Nov. 1688]
John Footman vs. Eliza. Youell administratrix Richard Youel. The plaintiff by Symon Robins his atturny did demand of the defendant per scire facias severall summes of tobacco of which part is paid. The Court order that John Footman appear att the next Court and declare what tobacce hee hath received from Richard Youel, that soe a deduction being made judgment may passe for the remaynder.
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1691-1692 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1 [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 2 [28 Jan. 1690/91]
Daniel Ockanney caused Patrick Muckleroy and Elizabeth his wife late widdow and administratrix of Richd. Youel to bee summoned to chew cause why execution should not issue for 1500 pounds of tobacco.
Daniel Ockanney caused Patrick Muckleroy and Eliza. his wife to be summoned and declared that at a Court 31 Oct. 1688 he obtained against Elizabeth then Elizabeth Youel, relict and administratrix of Richd. Youel, for 1350 pounds of tobacco due by bill.. Patrick Muckleroy had since intermarried with Elizabeth and both deny and refuse to pay the same. The defenidant by Gerrard Lowther their attorney plead they have fully administered. The Court doe therefore dismiss the suit. The plairtiff by Robt. Brent his attorney appealed to the net General Court.
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1691-1699 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 2; [John Frederick Dorman-1801 transcript]; Pages 14-14a. 27 Jan. 1691 [1692]. Patrick Muckleroy and Elizabeth his wife, of Westmoreland County, to Darby Swillivant of same, planter. For 14,000 pounds of tobacco.
Tract in Westmoreland County now in the tenure of the said Darby Swillivant and Elizabeth [sic].
Patrick Muckleroy
Elizabeth Muckleroy
Wit: John Sanford, Tobias Butler.
27 Jan. 1691 [1692]. Elizabeth Muckleroy of Westmoreland County appoint my friend Mr. John Minor to acknowledge my interest unto Darby Swillivant.
Elizabeth Muckleroy
Wit: John Sanford, Tobias Butler.
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1694-1698 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 3 [John Frederick Dorman];
Page 199 [25 March 1696]
Patrick Muckleroy of this county who married the relict &c of Humphrey Pope late of this county and by meanes thereof became possessed with Popes estate having for some considerations made over to Daniel Feild, and Tobias Butler both of this county all or most part of his estate, which Feild and Butler have sithence sold (or so much as they have thought fitt thereof) at an outcry„ Vm© Paine of this county, merchant, who married one of the daughters and orphants of Hump: Pope on behalf of himself and as guardian to the rest of the orphants of Hump: Pope moved to this Court that the case of the orphants might be taken into their consideration and an expedient found for securing the payment of the same to the several' orphants at their respective age. Whereupon Feild and Butler on behalf of Muckleroy offered to this Court a list of the several' judgments confessed to them at the outcry and other debts due to them and prayed the Court would make choyce of soe many as -would amount to the full value of the orphants parts of their fathergs estate and acouitt Patrick Muckleroy from the same.
It being thought most reasonable that the estate should be comitted to Wm. Paine in respect of his relation thereto, Paine doth accept the same and haveing had perusal' of the judgments and debts made choyce of 70 pounds of tobacco which Feild and Butler assigned to Paine.
Francis Wright and Simon Robins both of this county, Gent., assume with Wm. Paine for the true payment of the respective portions of the orphans as they severally attaine to their respective ages. 
Hawkins, Elizabeth (I136816)
 
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Elisabeth Conner 65.10 SM £30.14.0 May 20 1757 Dec 6 1757
Appraisers: Thomas Graves, Sr. George Graves.
Creditors: Philip Kee, William Jordan.
Next of kin: Fran. Pilbrow, Elisabeth Brown. Administrator/Executor: Thomas Pilbrox
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Waters, James, Charles County, 3rd Oct., 1740; 21st Feb., 1740/1
To wife Elizabeth, 1/3 dwelling plantation "Dover" during life.
To son William and hrs., residue of real estate. Shd. he die without hrs. sd. land to pass to dau. Catherine and in event of her death without hrs, to Peter Garret, Sr., a tailor of St. Marys County, and his son Peter. In case of their death, to any hrs. named Waters living in Co. Sloughah in the W. of Ireland.
To Mary Price and widow Smith, personalty.
Testator wills, if any of his family break away from the Catholic Church, their share of estate to be divided bet. other members.
Ex.: [unnamed]
Overseers: John Eassen, Ignatius Doyne.
Test: Joshua Wilson, Luke Scantling, Mathew Martin.
Note: The hrs. at law William and Cathrine Waters refuse to be present when the probate of this will is made. MCW 22.295.
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James Waters 19.51 A CH £350.1.10 £57.6.6 Jun 2 1742
Sureties: John Hamill, Thomas Conner.
Received from: Timothy MacCan, George Thomas, John Chandler, John Deremore, Maj. Robert Yates, Mathew Martin, Dr. Haris, Jacob Lallimore, Thomas Smot.
Payments to: Bartholomew Anderson, Joshua Willson, Hugh Percie, Capt. John Harris, Robert Willson, William Robertson,. Walter Hanson, Dr. Gust. Brown, Daniel Dulany, Esq., Surles Lewis.
Legatees: Mary Price, Mary Smith.
Administratrix: Elisabeth Connor, wife of Thomas Connor.
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 442-453: CONNERYS CHANCE: 230 acres; Possession of - 230 Acres - Connery, Thomas: Re-Surveyed 27 July 1742 for Thomas Connery being part of a tract of land called DOVER Escheated by James Connery, beginning at the Mouth of Pascahangie or Hampton Creek.: Other Tracts Mentioned: DOVER; other notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, 230 Acres - Benjamin Muncaster from Thomas Connery; 2 July 1746, Charles Jones from Benjamin Muncaster; 19 Feb 1747, Charles Jones from Benjamin Muncaster; 21 Jan 1749,
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William Waters 25.84 A CH £150.7.6 £50.4.6 Jul 7 1748
Received from: Mathew Marten, Richard Lee, Esq., Sharp Baltrep, Charles Bradley, John Jenkins, James McIntosh, Charles Jones.
Payments to: Thomas Conner, Samuel Hanson, Benjamin Thorne, George Tarvin, John Wilder, Michael Williams & Co. (merchants in Liverpool), Daniel Dulany, Esq.,, Walter Hanson.
Representatives: widow (unnamed), 2 children (unnamed).
Administratrix: Susanah Waters. 
Waters, Elizabeth MNU (I16722)
 
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WELLS, MARY, Anne Arundel Co., planter. 28 Feb, 1758; 13 Mar, 1758
Children: Samuel, William, hrs., Mary Smith, Sarah Lane (or Love), Cavenah Wood, Ann Hall, Elizabeth Deall, Cassandra (disinherited if she marries Morgan Wood).
Ex: Samuel Wells.
Wit: James Wood, Richard Scrivener, Benj. Scrivener. 30. 517
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Hopkins, Gerrard, A. A. Co.,12th Oct., 1691;
To wife Thomsen, extx., entire estate, real and personal, during life.
To son George and hrs., sd. estate at death of wife afsd., and he dying without issue to pass to 3 daus., viz., Ann, Thomsen, and Mary, equally, and their hrs.
Test: Wm. Colliears, Luke Reed, Jno. Stanforth, Jno. Eisey.
2. 233.
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Garrard Hopkins 11A.46-1/2 W AA Oct 12 1691
Bequests: wife Thomsen, son Garrard Hopkins, daughter Ann, daughter Thomsen, daughter Mary.
Witnesses: William Colliears, John Standforth.
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Chapell, John,A. A. Co.,31st Dec., 1706; 26th June, 1714.
To Col. Wm. Holland, personalty.
To Anne Roberts, wife of Henry Roberts and dau. of Gerrard Hopkins, the elder, personalty; to pass at her decease to her son Jno. Roberts and hrs.
To John Welch, who married Thomasin Hopkins, personalty.
To Mary Wells, extx., wife of Thos. Wells and dau. of Gerrard Hopkins afsd., and Thomasin, his wife, residue of estate, real and personal.
Test: Thos. Hughes, Jno. Sutten, Robt. Conant. 13. 720.
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Mr. John Chappall 36B.224 A AA £730.2.0 £174.9.9 Jun 15 1715
Received from: Keysor & Wharton, William Ludwidge, Eabourn Tuckor, Henry Lazenby, Richard Tucker, Jr., William Everit, George Maciney.
Payments to: Garrard Hopkins for his part of his father's (unnamed) estate, Ann Roberts for her part of her father's (unnamed) estate, John Welch for his part of his father's (unnamed, ?) estate, wife (unnamed) of the executor for her part of her father's (unnamed) estate, John Welch, Col. Holland, Ephraim Gover, William Luddwigg, John Willson, Loice Verson, Mr. Thomas Gassaway, Mr. Thomas Bordley, Garrard Hopkins.
Legatees: Ann Roberts, wife (unnamed) of John Welch.
Executor: Mr. Thomas Wells. 
Hopkins, Mary (I99963)
 
136

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https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33S7-9YTT-9PZV?i=392&wc=SNYD-HZ3%3A146536401%2C149082901&cc=1803986

The last will of Ann Watts
in the name of God Amen the 21st day of October in the year of our Lord 1756 I and Watts being afflicted with sickness in my body but of good and perfect memory thanks be Almighty God and calling to mind the uncertainty of this life do make constitute, ordain and declare this my last will and testament in manner and form following and being sorry for my sins past humbly desiring forgiveness for the same through the [?] Death and passion of my Savior Jesus Christ I do commit my soul into the hands of Almighty God in my body to be buried in such [?] And Christian manner as to my electrix hereafter named shall think fit and as to my temporal estate I do so order give and disposals the same in manner and form following
I give unto John Watts one feather bed and furniture
I give unto Sarah Tole the tract of land I now live on called "Poppens Fields" containing 190 acres. If the said serifs Tole should die without lawful issue in the land to fall to Elizabeth Morris and Mary Morris the daughter of John and and Morris
I give unto George Tole one young heifer
I so ordain and appoint my well beloved sister Sarah Tole my soul and only executrix of this my said testament in testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this day and year above written signed sealed and delivered as my last will and testament. Ann Watts
In the presence of
Gilbert G Anderson
Sarah Tole
Anne Groggin
St. Mary's County November 1756
Then Gilbert Anderson, Sarah Tole and Ann Groogin the subscribing witnesses to the foregoing will, being duely and solomenly sworn on the holy evangels of almighty God depose and say they saw the testatrix, Anne Watts, sign the foregoing will and heard her publish and declare the same to be her last will and testament that at the time of her so doing she was to the best of their apprehension of sound and disposing mind and memory and that they subscribed their respective names as witnesses to the said will in the presence of the sd testatrix and at her request, sworn before me, Thomas Aisquith, Deputy Commissioner of St. Mary's County
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GOULDSBERRY, ROBERT [sic ANN WATTS], St. Mary's Co. 21 Oct 1756; 1 Nov 1756
To Sarah Jole[ sic Tolle], tract I now live on called "Poppanfields," 190 a. If she dies without issue then to Elizabeth Morriss and Mary Morris, daus of John and Ann Morriss.
To George Jole [ sic Tolle a heifer.
Sister Sarah Jole [ sic Tolle, extx.
Wit: Gilbert Anderson, Sarah Tole, Ann Groogin. 30. 195
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Ann Watts 62.252 SM £79.12.10 Nov 3 1756 Feb 28 1757
Appraisers: George Aisquith, Joseph Hopewell.
Creditors: William Hebb, James Armstrong.
Next of kin: Elisabeth Griffis, Roger Tolle.
Administratrix/Executrix: Sarah Tole.

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WATTS, JAMES. 3 Mar 1756; 19 Apr 1756
To John Wats, Junr., horse, case of pistols when of age.
Wife Ann Wats, tract I live on known as "Pauper Field," 190 a.
Wit: Henry Fielder, Sarah Sole [sic Tole], Joseph Leigh. 30. 73
=== James Watts
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The last will of James Watts
In the name of God Amen the third day of March in the year of our Lord 1756 I James Watts being afflicted with sickness inmy body but of good and perfect memory thanks be to Almighty God, and calling to mind the uncertainty of this life, I constitute ordain and declare thus my last will and testament in manner and form following as for my temporal estate I so order give and dispose in manner and form following
I give unto John Watts, Junior a young horse about five years old, saddle and bridle and case of pistols to be paid when he comes of age.
I give to my well beloved wife Ann Watts the tract of land I now live on known by the name of "Pauper Field" containing 190 acres and all the rest of my estate.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this day and year above written
James Watts
signed sealed and delivered as my last will and testament in the presence of Henry Fielder, Sarah Tole and Joseph Leigh
St. Mary's County April 19, 1756
Henry Fielder, Sarah Tole and Joseph Leigh the subscribing witnesses to the aforegoing all being duly and solemnly sworn on the holy evangel's of Almighty God depose and say that they saw the testator James Watts side the aforegoing will and heard him publish and declare the same to be his last will and testament that at the time of his doing so he was the best of their apprehend of sound and disposing mind and memory and that they subscribed their respective names as witnesses to the will in the presence of the said testator at his request and sworn before us
Thomas Aisquith, Deputy Commissioner of St. Mary's
the day and year aforesaid the deceased widow made her election and stands to the will
certified by me,Thomas Aisquith deputy Commissioner of St. Mary's County 
Tolle, Anne (I136593)
 
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Charles County Maryland Will Book DJ-16, 1833-1850; {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 194.
Richard H. Stuart, Will, March 6, 1839; April 6, 1840
I, Richard H. Stuart of CC, now of sound and disposing mind, but of weak body;
To wife Catharine Ellen Stuart and her children Richard Henry Stuart and Betty Ashton Stuart all the property real personal or mixed.
Executrix: wife Catharine Ellen Stuart
Signed: March 6, 1839 R.H. Stuart
Wit: Elizabeth D. Peyton, Jane E. Peyton, J. Philip Stuart 
Stuart, Richard Henry Dr. (I42316)
 
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Baker, Thomas.
Thomas Baker m. Martha ______.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Court Records, Liber P, pp. 205-6 and Liber Q, pp. 5-6.
Thomas Baker d. testate in Charles Co., Md. but his will (probated Nov. 18, 1684) does not name his children.
Source: Maryland Calendar of Wills, Vol. 1, p. 135.
Thomas and Martha Baker had 4 children: Martha, Andrew, John and Thomas Baker.
Sources: Charles Co., Md. Court Records, Liber Q, p. 28 (all 4 children); Liber P, p. 205 and Liber Q, p. 5 (Martha); Liber P, p. 206 and Liber Q, p. 6 (Andrew); Liber H, p. 186 (John); Liber R, p. 466 and Liber S, p. 330 (Thomas).
After Thomas Baker died, his widow Martha m. John Harrison.
Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Inventories & Accounts, Liber 9, p. 131. All 4 children are known to have lived to adulthood in Charles Co. Andrew Baker d. in Charles Co., Md. but was not married. Martha Baker married Anthony Smith and probably died in Charles Co. but, so far as is known, did not have children.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Court Records, Liber Q, p. 10.
Thomas Baker [Jr.] m. Elizabeth ______.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Court Records, Liber R, p. 466 and Liber S, p. 330.
Thomas Baker [Jr.] is not thought to have d. in Charles Co. and it is not known whether he had children.
John Baker - m. Mary ______.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Court Records, Liber Z, p. 64.
There are no estate records for John Baker but he was still living in Charles Co. on July 18, 1738.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Court Records, Liber O No. 2, p. 440.

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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 294-43: BAKERS REST: 400 acres; Possession of - 46 Acres - Contee, John : Surveyed 8 Oct 1673 for Thomas Baker near the mouth of Bakers creek at a oak run thence N.N.W.: Other notes - 50 Acres - James Mankin from Josiah Mankin, 8 March 1725, noted as Col John Contee
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 294-45: BAKERS ADDITION: 100 acres; Possession of - 70 Acres - Dent, Thomas : Surveyed 1 Nov 1673 for Thomas Baker at a bound oak the bound tree of the land called BAKERS REST on a swamp.: Other Tracts Mentioned: BAKERS REST ; other notes - Henry Hardy in the right of Richard Ashman, 50 Acres - John Blee from John and Richard Ashman 29 July 1715,118 Acres - George Dent from Alexander Contee, 26 April 1726, 37 Acres - John Hamil from Margaret Ward, 23 Jul 1736, 30 Acres - Barton Smoot from John Hamil, 14 Dec 1742, 30 Acres - Barton Smoot from John Hamil, 14 Dec 1742, 30 Acres - Barton Smoot from John Hamil, 14 Dec 1742
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 300-93: HARRISONS GIFT: 250 acres; Possession of - 250 Acres - Dent, Thomas : Surveyed 8 Feb 1687 for Thomas and Andrew Baker:
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 299-78: MARSHLAND: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Matthews, William : Surveyed for Wm Heard adjoining to the land surveyed for Thomas Baker patented 9 July 1663: Other notes - 100 Acres - John Blee from William Matthews, 11 May 1717., 40 Acres - Barton Smoot from Joseph Ward & Margaret, 17 June 1732,100 Acres - Barton Smoot from Margaret Ward, 31 January 1734.
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 296-59: HUCKLEBERRY SWAMP : 300 acres; Possession of - 200 Acres - Dent, Thomas : Surveyed 10 Oct 1664 for John Nevill, lying in the woods on the back of lands of Thomas Baker: Other notes - 100 Acres - Gilbert Lewis from Thomas Sympson, 17 Feb 1719,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 293-42: WITTEN DITCH: 150 acres; Possession of - 150 Acres - Lee, Philip : Surveyed 3 May 1672 for Thomas Warner at a bound White Oak in the E.N.E line of Thomas Baker's land: Other notes - Capt Philip Lee of PGCo. In right of his wife the relict of Col Wm Dent (Elizabeth Fowke). 
Baker, Thomas {Addl Records} (I71605)
 
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Mar. 1685/6 - Charles Sheppard vs. John Good and George Newman, executors of the last will and testament of Thomas Gibson. Sheppard sues for reimbursement for hunting down a female runaway Negro slave of Gibson's.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber M, Page 184.

1687 - Charles Shepherd vs. William Theobalds. Nonsuit.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber N, Page 233.

1687-1688
--Charles Shepherd vs. William Phippard.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber O, pp. 27, 29 and 106.
--Charles Shepherd vs. Mr. Wainford.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber O, Page 73.
--Richard Kingston vs. Charles Shepherd.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber O, Page 75.
--Charles Shepherd vs. Mr. Ford.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber O, pp. 82 and 98.
--Charles Shepherd vs. Mr. Posey.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber O, Page 82.
--Charles Shepherd vs. Mr. Clouds.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber O, pp. 89, 101, 114 and 123.
--Charles Conaway vs. Charles Shepherd.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber O, pp. 117-18 and 139.

Jan. 1687/8 - Lord Proprietary vs. Charles Shepherd, of Nanjemy, Gent. Charles is charged with committing an assault on Thomas Hussey, Gent., at the latter's house at Portobacco in Nov. 1687. Shepherd pleaded not guilty but the jury found him guilty. Shepherd's sureties were Edward Rookwood and William Lunley?
Source: Charles Co. Md. Circuit Court, Liber N, pp. 315-16.

1688 - Charles Shepherd's appearance is dispensed with because he is weak and languishing.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber N, Page 336.

1688-1690
--Shepherd vs. Middleton. Judgment.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber P, Page 11.
--Charles Shepherd is paid 200 lbs. of tobacco in the Dec. 1688 County Levy for 1 wolf's head.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber P, Page 33.
--Wilder vs. Shepherd. Judgment.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber P, Page 52.
--Kingstone vs. Shepherd. Judgment.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber P. pp. 115 and 201.
--Shepherd vs. Taylor. Judgment.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber P, Page 123.
--Charles Sheppherd sworn and admitted an attorney.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber P, Page 194.
--Charles Shepherd discharged of execution @ Cragstone.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber P. Page 196.

17 Aug 1690, From Charles Shepherd to Henry Ward, youngest son of John Ward, dec'd, a slave. Mentions Catherine Ward, youngest dau of aforsaid John Ward (Ct & Land R#1.332)

Mar. 1691/2 - Charles Shepherd and Damaris his wife vs. George Brett, of Charles Co., planter, and Elizabeth his wife. Charles and Damaris allege that on Oct. 3, 1691 at Mattawoman in Charles Co., Elizabeth slandered Damaris before "several" [unnamed] persons. Specifically, it was alleged that Elizabeth called Damaris "an old satchell arse bastard bearing bitch whore," refered to Damrais' natural borne daughter who is the wife of John Gray [that is, the former Ann Ward] as a bastard, and made "several such like scandalous and malicious expressions." It was alleged that these statements by Elizabeth were false, maliciously made and were designed to injure Damaris' reputation (which it was alleged had been good), to cause her to be forsaken by her husband and were accusations that she had committed crimes (against fornication and adultery) against the laws of Maryland. Charles and Damaris sought damages of 5000 lbs. of tobacco for Elizabeth's defamation. At the Court of Jan. 12, 1691/2, George and Elizabeth were granted a continuaton of the case to the Court of March 8, 1691/2. At the latter Court, "ye said Charles Shepherd being dead ye said action is abated by occasion of ye death of ye said Charles."
Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber R, Page 384.

Feb. 15, 1692/3 - William Serjeant (Charles Co.) administrator of Charles Shepard exhibited inventory.
Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 15A, Page 18.

Mar. 1692/3 - Richard Boughton, lately Clerk of Charles Co. vs. William Sarjeant and Damaris his wife, executrix of Charles Shepherd, deceased. Boughton alleged that in June 1689 Charles Shepherd was indebted to him for Clerk's fees in the amount of 1178 lbs. of tobacco and, Shepherd now being deceased, he brings suit against William and Damaris as his executrix. William and Damaris were summoned to appear at the Nov. 1692 Court, which they did, requesting imparlance to the Jan. 1692/3 Court, and at the latter Court to the Mar. 1692/3 court. At the Mar. 1692/3 Court William and Damaris denied that Shepherd owed Boughton the 1178 lbs. of tobacco or any part thereof during his lifetime. The parties put on their cases and after hearing the evidence the Court ordered that Boughton's writ be quashed, that he take nothing and that William and Damaris recover against him 190 lbs. of tobacco for their costs and charges.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber S, pp. 75-6.

Aug. 1693 - William Sarjeant, administrator of Charles Shepherd, deceased vs. Richard Carpenter. Serjeant alleges that in Nov. 1691 Shepherd recovered a judgment against Carpenter in the sum of 1181 lbs. of tobacco, that Shepherd is now dead, that Sarjeant was appointed his administrator on Feb. 16, 1692/3 and that the judgment was never executed on. Carpenter was summoned to the June 1693 Court to show cause why Sarjeant should not have execution on the judgment. At the June 1693 Court the case was continued to the Aug. 1693 Court at which latter court Carpenter offered no defense. The Court ordered that Sarjeant have execution against Carpenter for the 1181 lbs. of tobacco, plus 132 lbs. of tobacco for his costs and charges.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber S, pp. 157-8.

1690-1693 - The following records of Charles Shepherd are found at Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber R:
Page 11 - Thomas Lyndsey his judgment against Charles Shepherd.
Page 13 - Charles Shepherd his scire facias against William Phippard abated.
Page 13 or 18 - Cornelius Maddox his nonsuit against Charles Shepherd.
Page 37 - Charles Shepherd his judgment affirmed against William Phippard.
Page 100 - Charles Shepherd discharged from his presentment.
Page 109 - Charles Shepherd his action against Edward Ford entered agreed.
Page 112 - Charles Shepherd his judgment against Nicholas Wainesford.
Page 123 - Charles Shepherd his attachment against William Phippard and order thereon.
Page 140 - Charles Shepherd his order for Elizabeth Foster's runaway time.
Page 140 - Charles Shepherd his order for ye delivery of a Negro man ye possession of Mr. John Stone.
Page 193 - Charles Shepherd his order for attachment against the estate of William Phippard.
Page 204 - Charles Shepherd his 2 actions against Charles Connaway entered agreed.
pp. 223-4 - Charles Shepherd his judgment against Richard Clouds.
Page 235 - Ann Deverell her indictment against Charles Shepherd.
Page 270 - Charles Shepherd his action against Anthony Smith entered agreed.
Page 271 - William Dent his action against Charles Shepherd entered agreed.
pp. 276 and 290 - Charles Shepherd.
pp. 290-1 - Charles Shepherd judgment against Richard Carpenter.
pp. 307-8 - Charles Shepherd vs. Thomas Austin & Susanna his wife.
Page 319 - David Arbuthnot vs. Charles Shepherd Judgment affirmed.
Page 330 - Charles Shepherd his condemnation action against estate Wainesford in ye hands John Matthews, Col. Pye, etc.
Page 333 - James Speake his deed of gift of a heifer from Charles Shepherd.
Page 397 - Thomas Hussey against Charles Shepherd abated.

1694 - Shepherd's administrators vs. Christopher Woolcock.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber T, pp. 93-4. (Liber T has been destroyed; from Index)
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Charles County Land Records, Liber Q, Page 12
COURT OF 12 AUG 1690
Anthony Smith, planter, husband of Martha Baker, and Charles Shepherd, bind themselves in the sum of 00 re estate of Thomas Baker
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Charles County Land Records, Liber Q, Page 53
COURT OF 8 MAR 1691
Demaris Shepherd petitions the court for letters of administration of the estate of her late husband Charles Shepherd
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber R, Page 279
25 Sep 1691; Indenture from Anthony Smith, planter, and Martha his wife, to William Dent; for 6,500# tobacco; a parcel of land laid out of land of Thomas Baker, decd, due Martha, d/o Thomas Baker; known as Lot Number Three; containing 181 acres; /s/ Anthony Smith (mark), Martha Smith (mark); wit. Charles Shepherd, Robert Smallpage, William Roddery (mark). (It appears Anthony Smith left his wife destitute and the court ordered William Dent to pay Joyse Garrett, wife of Charles Garrett, part of the afsd. tobacco for the maintenance of Martha Smith.)
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber R, Page 332
17 Aug 1690; From Charles Shepherd to Henry Ward, youngest son of John Ward, dec'd; a slave; /s/ Charles Shephert; wit. Wm. Surgeant, James Finley
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber R, Page 333
16 Jan 1691; From Charles Shepherd to James Speake, ski John Speake; a heifer; /s/ Charles Shepherd; wit. Wm. Surgeant, Bowling Speake

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Hoskins, Lawrence, Chas. County, 9th Jan., 1686-7; 12th June, 1687.
To James, son of Rebecca Tyer, entire estate.
Extx., sd. Rebecca Tyer.
Test: Walter Story, Wm. Timothy,, Jno. Toe. 4.259.
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Laurence Hoskins 12.67 A CH #920 #4521 Sep 8 1691
Received from: William Watson, Charles Shepherd, Laurance Sudderth, John Cherrybub, William Nicholls, Capt. John Courts,
Payments to: Capt. Thomas Sands, Thomas Tayler,, Joseph Cornell, Michaell Webb, executrix as executrix of James Tyer.
Executrix: Rebeckah Tyer (relict of Mr. James Tyer), wife of Robert Yates,
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Lawrence Hoskins 12.21 A CH £8.8.5 #4521 Sep 8 1691
Received from: William Watson, Charles Shepherd, Laurence Suddorth, John Cherrybub, William Nicholls, Capt. John Courts.
Payments to: Capt. Thomas Sands, Thomas Taylor, Joseph Cornell, Michaell Webb, executrix as executrix of Mr. James Tyer.
Executrix; Rebeckah Yates (relict of James Tyer), wife of Mr. Robert Yates.
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Charles Stephens 10.251 1 CH £36.4.14 Feb 17 1692
Items in possession of Mary Sarjent (relict), now wife of William Sarjent.
Appraisers: Richard Land, John Wheeler.
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Chicamuxen: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 361-68: BEARES FERRIES: 105 acres; Possession of - 105 Acres - Escheat: Surveyed 3 Jan 1688 for Charles Shepard; escheat: Other notes - This land is said to be escheat, 
Shepherd, Charles (I20465)
 
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May 2, 1733 - The Charles Co., Md. Inventory of Thomas Allen (Allin).
Next of kin: James Allin, Susan Allin (widow.)
Administrator: John Allen. Inventory approved July 23, 1733.
Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Inventories, Liber 17, Page 247.
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Thomas Allen 12.243 A CH £43.4.9 £46.6.10 May 1 1734
Received from: Mr. Benjamin Fendall.
Payments to: Dr. Brown, John Stoddart, administrator of Walter Winter, Daniel Mackdaniel, Charles Calvert, Esq., Samuel Hanson, John Hasty, Samuel Grey.
Mentions: widow (unnamed, dead).
Distribution to: 2 children (unnamed, minors).
Administrator: John Allen.

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Allen, James., planter, Durham Parish, Charles County, 9th Nov., 1732; 11th May, 1733.
To bros. John and Thomas and nephew Robert son of Thomas personalty.
To wife Susanna extx., and hrs., residue of estate.
Test : Jane Morgan, (living in Virginia at date of probate), William Williams. 20. 667.
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Charles County Court Records, June Court 1736 Court, Liber T#2, Page 189.
Sep 18, 1734. Susanna Allen, Ex'x James Allen - D:r. To the decd's estate then accounted for - 53.3.2%.
By disbursements allowed -- 2.4.8%.
To be secured & disposed according to the Decd's Will 50.18.6%.
53.3.2%.
Three legacies are not particularly rated in the inventory: John Allen & John Pigeon Boy, both of CC, Securities.
To his brother, Jno Allen, his best hat, a dowlas shirt, and an old coat, a waistcoat with brass buttons, and a checked linen handkerchief.
To his brother, Thos: Allen, a dowlas shirt, a checked handkerchief, a pair of leather breeches, and a new duroy coat.
To his nephew, Robt: Allen - a young mare, unbroken, After payment of the above legacies, the remaining part belongs to the widow, as per the decd's will.
Signed per Order John Gibson, Reg:
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Thomas Jenkins 9.355 A CH £351.8.7 £23.4.9 May 5 1729
Received from: Stephen Brown, James Allen, Thomas Allen.
Payments to: John Howard, Edward Colson, Charles Calvert, Esq.
Legatees: Mr. Peter Attwood, Elisabeth Windsor, Sarah Sympson paid to Thomas Sympson.
Executrix: Anne Jenkins.
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Smith, Jno., Charles County, 13th April, 1716; 16th Nov., 1716.
To son Jno, and hrs,, dwelling plantation, 300 A., and personalty after decease of testators wife.
to son Martha (son of son Jno.), personalty. (mistake in Transcription?)
to dau. Priscilla (wife of Jno. More) and hrs., 200 A. adj the 200 A deeded to Jno. More (for description see will), and personalty,
to dau. Elizabeth and hrs., 300 A. adj. Jno. More's and running from Zachia Swamp westward to outside line of the Manor, and personalty.
dau. Sarah and hrs., 300 A. on s. side Jordan's Branch, and personalty.
wife Ann, dwelling plantation, during life; at her decease to son Jno. and hrs., and residue of personalty during life. After her decease to child. afsd. (for description of portions allotted to child. see will).
Exs.: Sons Jno. Smith and Jno. Moore jointly.
Test: Owen Reed, Thos. Allen, Jno. Drymer, Sam'l Smith. MCW 14.195.
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Charles County Liber L#2 Page 285.
At the request of Thos Allen, the following [lease] was recorded this Jun 23, 1726.
Jun 14, 1726 from John Stoddert of Prince Georges County, Gent, to Thos Allen of CC, planter, for the yearly rent of 600 lbs of tobacco in cask and for divers other good causes, the lease of all that parcel of land in CC called Milford, which is bounded by the mouth of Coles Cr, containing, by computation, "to one hundred acres" whereon sd Thomas Allen now dwells. This lease is for and during Thomas Allen's natural life, and after his decease, then to the use and behoof of Mary Allen, his now wife, during her natural life, and after the death of sd Mary, then to the use and behoof of John Kelly, son to the sd Mary, during his natural life, with full toleration to cut down and make use of any timber for building or any other improvement which Thomas Allen, Mary, his wife, & John Kelly shall have occasion for, but they may not waste or embezzle the timber, or convert it to any other use than the improvement afd. Signed - John Stoddert, Thos (T his mark) Allen. Wit - Ralph Shaw, John (IS his mark) Smallwood, Thomas Stone*, Jos Harrison*. 
Allen, Thomas (I16299)
 
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Oct. 1829 - Catherine gives consent for the marriage of her daughter Louisa in Mason Co., Va.

1830 - Catherine is in the 1830 Census of Mason Co., Va., as follows:
--Katharine Lemaster, b. 1770-1780
--male, b. 1790-1800 [son George]
--male, b. 1800-1810 [son John]
--female, b. 1800-1810 [dau. Jerusha]
--male, b. 1810-1815 [son William]
--female, b. 1820-1825 [unknown]
--male, b. 1825-1830 [unknown]

June 1836 - Catherine and her brother John Thornton and his wife convey their interest in Pt. Pleasant land (part of Lot 5, 2nd Tier) which belonged to their father George Thornton, deceased, to the Methodist Episcopal Church

1840 - Catherine is not a head of household in the 1840 Census anywhere in the U.S. She is probably living with one of her children.

1850 - Catherine is in the 1850 Census of Jefferson Co., Mo., living with her son William, as follows:
--Catherine Lamaster, age 73, b. Va. 
Thornton, Catherine (I75863)
 
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=== Contributed by Ralph D. Smith

Oct. 23, 1784 - Letters of Administration were granted in Charles Co., Md. on the estate of Jonathan Thomas to Catharine Thomas and her bond, with Jesse Burch and Gabriel Moran her securities, was taken in the sum of 500 pounds current money.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Estates, 1782-1785, p. 412.

Dec. 14, 1784 - The Charles Co., Md. Inventory of Jonathan Thomas.
Appraisers: Alexander McPherson, John C. Waters (value 254/14/1 current money of Maryland.)
Kin: John Thomas, Jesse Burch.
Creditors: Edward Semmes, Gabriel Moran.
Administratrix: Catharine Thomas.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Estates, 1782-1785, p. 437.
Comment: Jonathan's inventory included 1 old Negro man called Corry, 60 years old, and 1 Negro lad called Charles, 15 years old.

Jan. 25, 1790 - The Charles Co., Md. administation account of Jonathan Thomas.
Administratrix: Catharine Thomas.
Sureties: Jesse Burch and Gabriel Moran of Charles Co.
Inventory value: 254/14/1.
Additional assets marshalled by the estate brought its value to: 541/15/3.
Payments made by the estate (including payments to Edward Burch, Caleb Thomas and the Vestry of Trinity Parish): 63/10/1.
Balance of the estate to be distributed according to law: 478/5/3.
Representatives: the widow and 9 children -- Mary at age, Jonathan 20 years of age, Edward 18 years, Catharine 14 years, Jane 13 years, Margaret 11 years, John 10 years, Jesse 8 years, Elizabeth 7 years.
Distribution of the balance:
--to the widow, one third = 156/1/9
--to the 9 children, 35/15/11 1/2 each = 322/3/7 1/2
Source: Charles Co., Md. Estates, 1788-1791, pp. 285-7.
Comment: Edward Burch was Catharine's brother; Caleb Thomas was Jonathan's brother.

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Sep. 1769 - The Charles Co., Md. administration account of John Bowers shows that Bowers' estate received a payment from Jonathan Thomas.
Source: Skinner, V. L., Jr., "Abstracts of the Administration Accounts of the Prerogative Court of Maryland, 1768-1771," p. 74.

May 1772 - The Charles Co., Md. administration account of James Smith shows that Smith's estate made a payment to Jonathan Thomas.
Source: Skinner, V. L., Jr., "Abstracts of the Administration Accounts of the Prerogative Court of Maryland, 1771-1777," p. 7.

Feb. 1776 - Jonathan Thomas, Second Lieutenant, Maryland Militia, 26th Battalion, Capt. William Winter's Company, Charles Co., Md., Feb. 26, 1776.
Source: Peden, Henry C., Jr., "Revolutionary Patriots of Charles County, Maryland, 1775-1783," p. 297.

Aug. 1776 - The St. Mary's Co., Md. administration account of James Smith shows that Smith's estate made a payment to Jonathan Thomas.
Source: Skinner, V. L., Jr., "Abstracts of the Administration Accounts of the Prerogative Court of Maryland, 1771-1777," p. 207.

Mar. 1778 - Jonathan Thomas is in the Census of Bryan Town Hundred, Charles Co., Md.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber X No. 3, p. 640.

Mar. 1778 - Jonathan Thomas takes the Oath of Allegiance to Maryland before the Hon. Joshua Sanders in Charles Co., Md. (signs his name)
Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber X No. 3, p. 642.

Mar. 1779 - Edward Boarman of Maryland deeds to Jonathan Thomas of Maryland, for 500 Pounds, part of a tract of land called "Boarmans Manor," lying in Charles Co., bounded by a branch that runs in said Jonathan Thomas' cornfield, containing about 40 acres.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Land Records, Liber V No. 3, p. 334.

July 1779 - Jonathan Thomas of Bryan Town Hundred and of Trinity Parish, Charles Co., Md., subscribed to a Trinity Parish fund for raising a salary for a Clergyman to officiate in Trinity Parish.
Source: LDS Microfilm Roll 0013759, Vol. 2 (Trinity Parish Vestry Minutes, Minutes of 1779).

1783 - Jonathan Thomas is in the 1783 Tax List of Benedict and Bryan Town Hundreds, Charles Co., Md., as follows:
--11 white inhabitants
--1 male or female slave, age 8-14
--1 female slave, age 14-36
--1 male slave above 45 or female slave above 36
--7 horses
--10 black cattle
--4 tracts of land, as follows:
(1) part of "Clare"; 11 acres; value 11/0/0; no improvements on the land.
(2) part of "Sandy Level"; 16 acres; value 16/0/0; no improvements on the land.
(3) part of "Boarmans Manor"; 56 acres; value 56/0/0.
(4) "Thomas' Addition"; 216 acres; value 216/0/0.
--total value of all property: 481/0/0.
Source: Maryland Tax List of 1783; District 3 (Benedict and Bryan Town Hundreds) of Charles Co. (MSA Microfilm Roll M871)
Comment: Improvements on either part of "Boarman's Manor" or "Thomas' Addition" (not clear which) are an old dwelling house and kitchen, tobacco house, corn house and orchard "good."

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Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 343. Nov 24, 1767 from Ignatius Hagon of CC, planter, to Jonathan Thomas of CC, planter, for 130 £, the following land in CC called Sandy Level, bounded by a plain near the land of Allen Davis, containing about 4-1/2 acres. Also, part of a tract of land called Boarmans Manor, lying in CC, bounded by land called Clare now in possession of James Edelin, containing about 80 acres. Also, part of a tract of land called Clare, being now in the possession of James Edelin, containing 11-1/2 acres, the whole containing about 140 acres. Signed - Ignatius Hagon. Wit - John Winter*, Robt
Horner*, John Campbell, John Morton. Ann Hagan, the wife of the within named Ignatius Hagan, relinquished her right of dower. Recorded Feb 22, 1768.
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 381-35: CLARE: 234 acres; Possession of - 234 Acres - Hagan, Thomas : Re-Surveyed 3 May 1708 for Thomas Hagan beginning at a bound White Oak a bound tree of Major William Boarmans Land: Other notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.},
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Nanjemoy or Durham Parish: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 438-431: SANDY LEVEL: 484 acres; Possession of - 484 Acres - Hagan, Thomas : Surveyed 7 April 1742 for Thomas Hagan beginning at a bounded red oak standing on a plain near the land of Allen Davis. Patented 6 Aug 1742.: {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.},
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Nanjemoy or Durham Parish: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 438-431: SANDY LEVEL: 484 acres; Possession of - 484 Acres - Hagan, Thomas : Surveyed 7 April 1742 for Thomas Hagan beginning at a bounded red oak standing on a plain near the land of Allen Davis. Patented 6 Aug 1742.: {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.},
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 424-320: BOARMANS MANOR: 3970 acres; Possession of - 3970 Acres - Boarman, William: Originally so called, Re-surveyed, 14 April 1725, for William Boarman and Patented to his son William Boarman: Other Tracts Mentioned: HORSESHOE; {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, 180 Acres - Richard Edelen from Thomas James Boarman; 12 April 1743,56 Acres - Thomas James Boarman from William Boarman; 12 April 1743, 324 Acres - ESCHEAT into the HORSESHOE, folio 453, 29 Acres - Philip Edelen from William Boarman; 30 June 1744, William Bowling from Thomas James Boarman; 10 Jan 1744, Thomas James Boarman from Basil Waring; 10 Jan 1744. Justinian Burch from [unreadable] 29 July 1744 See Folio 463 for continuation
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 381-35: CLARE: 234 acres; Possession of - 234 Acres - Hagan, Thomas Re-Surveyed 3 May 1708 for Thomas Hagan beginning at a bound White Oak a bound tree of Major William Boarmans Land: {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.},
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 402-164: CLARE, ADDITION TO: 60 acres; Possession of - 60 Acres - Hagan, Thomas: Surveyed 21 March 1723 for Thomas Hagan on the East side Zachia Swamp beginning at a bound Red Oak.: {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, 
Thomas, Jonathan (I42809)
 
143

=== Contributed by Ralph D. Smith

Sep. 22, 1657 - Maryland Provincial Court. Nathaniel Pope vs. William Robinson, action of debt. Robinson doesn't appear and the Sheriff is ordered to have him at the next Court.
Sources: (1) Archives of Maryland, Vol. 10, Page 520, and (2) Maryland Land Office, Patent Records, Liber 3, Page 299.

William Robinson, transported 1658.
Source: Maryland Land Office, Patent Records, Liber Q, Page 204.

William Robinson, transported 1662.
Source: Maryland Land Office, Patent Records, Liber 5, Page 241.

William Robson, service 1662.
Source: Maryland Land Office, Patent Records, Liber 5, Page 234.

Jan. 20, 1664/5 - will of William Robeson.
Bequests: son George (under age) land, son Charles (under age), wife Susanna.
Executrix: wife.
Witnesses: Daniel Johnson, Richard Randall.
Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 1E, pp. 149-150.

Jan. 20, 1665/6 - will of William Robeson.
Bequests: son George land, son Charles, wife Zuzanna [sic.] Executrix: wife.
Witnesses: Daniel Johnson, William Price, Richard Randall. Will proved on 26 March 1666 by Daniel Johnson & William Price. Signed: Tho. Mathews, Francis Pope. Appraisers: Mr. Francis Pope, Mr. Thomas Baker.
Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 1F, pp. 81-82.

Dec. 5, 1665 - Samuel Cressey who married Susannah relict of William Robinson, was granted administration on his estate. Thomas Mathews & Francis Pope to swear Daniel Johnson & William Price, 2 of the witnesses of the will. Security: Walter Peake. Appraisers: Francis Pope, Thomas Baker. Tho. Mathews to administer oath.
Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 1F, Page 13.

Feb. 24, 1665/6 - Notice to: Daniel Jenifer. Samuel Cresey (undersheriff to Mr. Adams) can't exhibit accounts on estate of William Robinson. Continuance granted.
Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 1F, Page 48.

Apr. 7, 1666 - Inventory of William Robesson.
Appraisers: Mr. Francis Pope, Thomas Baker.
List of debts: Thomas Allanson, Robert Taylor.
Servants: Edward Richmond, Marke Clamton.
Amount: 19240 lbs. tobacco.
Date: 10 May 1666.
Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 1F, pp. 97-99.
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HORNE FAIR Surveyed 10 April 1673 for William Neville at a bound White Oak on the North side of a swamp that runs into the great beaverdam which is in the road from Nanjemoy to the river. Nanjamoy Hundred, page 338, seq 33, cc 1643-1753 rent rolls

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Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 27 May 1658, Page 2
William Robisson demands warrant against Richard Peerce; action of debt value 800# of tobacco
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Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 23 Nov 1658, Page 29
William Empson demands warrant against William Robisson; warrant returned 23 Nov; subpoena to warn Daniel Johnson, Lionel Britton and Thomas Baker for Empson; subpoena to warn John Norman for Robisson
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Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 23 Nov 1658, Page 31-32-33
Present: Governor Josias Fendall, Esq., job Chandler, Esq.,
Commissioners: Mr. John Hatch, Mr. James Linsey, Mr. Edward Parkes
William Empson, Plt.; William Robisson, Def.; regarding dispute over building a dwelling house of 25 feet long, 20 feet wide with a shed of 10 feet long at the end of the house; mentions Thomas Baker, Lionel Britton, John Norman, Thomas Jackson

Robisson ordered to build said house and make good 2 cows unto the plaintiff; when house is built plaintiff to Pay defendant 500# of tobacco; defendant to pay costs of suit

Richard Trew; William Robisson, Def.; regarding a boat which Robisson and Edward Parker bought of goodman William Smoote; Trew and Smoote being partners at the time; referral granted; depositions given: William Empson, age ca 28 years, 3 years ago heard William Robisson and Edward Parker say they were going to Smoot's to get a boat they bought of him Samuel Parker, age ca 24 years, swore about 3 years ago at his bachelor brother's house Robisson and Edward Parker came in a boat with they said they had bought of Smoot

William Robisson, Plt.; William Empson, Def ; case for 600# of tobacco by bill; defendant to build dwelling house for 25 x 20 feet by Aug 1655; several bills produced in dispute over who owes who
what and payment of tobacco for several items including a bedstead, smoothing iron, butter, looking glass, etc.; defendant ordered to pay 500# of tobacco
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Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 12 May 1659, Page 57 - 58
Mr. George Thompson, Plt.; William Robisson, Def.; petitioner claims to be much defamed by William Robisson, carpenter of Portobacco; request deposition of Thomas Lomax, Thomas Baker and John Wheeler
Mr. Thomas Lomaxs deposition mentions Mr. Addames;
Thomas Bakers swore he heard William Robisson say it was a false order
John Wheeler's deposition mentions Mr. Hatch, Mr. Thompson, and Mr. Addames; defendant ordered to ask forgiveness and pay court costs
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Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 12 May 1659, Page 61
Mr. John Washington demands warrant against William Robisson; action of case
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Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 114 Sep 1659, Page 63
Commissioners Present: Mr. John Hatch,
Capt. John Jenkins, Mr. James Waker, Mr. Robert Hundley
Mr. John Washington, atty. for Mr. Nathaniell Pope, Plt.; William Robisson, Def.; debt of 1000# of tobacco for 2 years Nov next
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Liber A, Page 97,; Charles County Circuit Court, Microfilm Cr 35,689, Court 4 Sept 1660.

subpoenas for John Nevill and his wife Joane, William Robinson and his wife Susanna, Richard Dod, John Blackwood and Francis Fernly to testify.

William Robinson demands subpoenas for John Nevill, John Wheeler and Lionell Britton in case between him and Andrew Watson

Thomas Robinson demands subpoena for Hennery Lilly to testify against John Wheeler; Wheeler subpoenas William Robinson and John Nevill
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Liber A, Page 98, folio 234; Andrew Watson, Plt.; William Robinson, Def.; regarding former suit and a false account of charges; defendant to pay plaintiff
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Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 4 Sep 1660, Page 99 - 100
242. Thomas Robinson, Plt.; John Wheeler, Pef.; regarding 350 acres bought from Wheeler; no cause of action; non-suited

244. John Wheeler requests the following depositions: John Nevill, age ca 44 years, swears he intended to buy a tract of land at Nanjemy of John Wheeler but he liked it not and afterwards Thomas Robinson and Hennery Frankom bought the said land and had a bill of sale from Wheeler

245. William Robinson, age ca 29 years, swore Thomas Robinson went to John Wheeler for a patent and Wheeler wanted his former bill of sale
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Liber A, Page 105; Charles County Circuit Court, Microfilm Cr 35,689, Court 23 Oct 1660.
William Empson demands warrant against William Robinson and Susanna his wife; defamation; subpoena Mary Dodd and Thomas Hussey
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Liber A, Page 105; Charles County Circuit Court, Microfilm Cr 35,689, Court 23 Oct 1660.
Robert Taylor demands warrant against William Robinson; action of case; subpoena Thomas Hussey
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Liber A, Page 106; Charles County Circuit Court, Microfilm Cr 35,689, Court 23 Oct 1660.
Robert Taylor demands subpoena for Thomas Kelly to testify in difference between him and William Robinson
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Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 23 October 1660, Page 109
William Empson, Plt.; William Robinson and Sussanna his wife, Defs.; action of defamation; plaintiff not appearing; non-suit granted
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Liber A, Page 112-115, folio 286; Charles County Circuit Court, Microfilm Cr 35,689, Court 23 Oct 1660.
Deed: 17 Feb 1658; William Robisson, carpenter of Portobacco, sells to Hennery Moore, planter of Portobacco, a tract of land on the northwest side of the Potomac River; mentions St. Bernard's Creek;
22 Mar 1658; /s/ William Robisson; wit. Thomas Baker (mark); John Nevill (mark); acknowledged in open court by Will Robisson and his wife Susan to Thomas Hussey, assignee of Henry Moore; 24 Sep 1661 before George Thompson.
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Liber A, Page 115, folio 287; Charles County Circuit Court, Microfilm Cr 35,689, Court 23 Oct 1660. Hennery Moore, planter, assigns his rights in above deed to Tho. Hussey on 3 Dec 1659; /s/ Henry More; wit. Henry Addames, Leo. Greene; acknowledged in open court 28 )an 1661 from Moore to
Hussey; also acknowledged by William and Susanna Robisson
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Liber A, Page 120; Charles County Circuit Court, Microfilm Cr 35,689, Court 12 Feb 1660
Andrew Watson demands warrant against William Robisson; action of the case
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Liber A, Page 120; Charles County Circuit Court, Microfilm Cr 35,689, Court 12 Feb 1660
William Barton, Jr. demands warrant against Josias Fendall in action of the case; subpoena William Robisson, John Morris and Gils Tomkinson
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Liber A, Page 123, folio 321; Charles County Circuit Court, Microfilm Cr 35,689, Court 12 Feb 1660
Andrew Watson, Plt.; William Robisson, Def.; Watson claims to have been cast in a false suit brought by Robisson; non-suit
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Liber A, Page 124, folio 326; Charles County Circuit Court, Microfilm Cr 35,689, Court 12 Mar 1660
William Robisson demands warrant against Mr. Edward Waker in action of case
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Liber A, Page 124, folio 326; Charles County Circuit Court, Microfilm Cr 35,689, Court 12 Mar 1660
William Robisson demands warrant against John Cain in action of case
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Liber A, Page 124, folio 326; Charles County Circuit Court, Microfilm Cr 35,689, Court 12 Mar 1660
William Robisson demands subpoena for Hennery Moore and Mr. Tho. Hussey to testify for Robisson in case between him and Edward Waker of London, merchant
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Liber A, Page 124, folio 330; Charles County Circuit Court, Microfilm Cr 35,689, Court 12 Mar 1660
Lt. Robert Troope, Plt.; Richard Trew, Def.; action of defamation in open court;
William Robisson, Plt.; John Cain, Def; plaintiff not appearing and by his attorney Edmond Linsey craveth a non-suit which is granted
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Liber A, Page 124, folio 332; Charles County Circuit Court, Microfilm Cr 35,689, Court 12 Mar 1660
Whereas William Aliffe and John Fox by reason Samuell Palmer's accusation upon oath and Daniel Gordian who affirmed in open court that they were the first that ever heard that 50 men were to be hanged by the next Provincial Court out of this county ... they both being strangers and the time of their coming into this Province being inquired into ... and that the report was heard in these parts before they came into the Province was affirmed by Mr. James Linsey, Mr. Hennerie Addames and George Thompson,
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Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 7 May 1661, Page 129
William Robisson demands warrant against Richard Row; action of defamation; subpoena to warn Mr. Thomas Baker, Mr. Thomas Hussey, Richard Dodd and Mrs. Margaret Pope to testify in the cause for William Robisson
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Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 9 Jul 1662, Page 228, 229, 230
Mr. Thomas Baker, Plt.; George Thompson, gent., Def.; case of defamation regarding Mr. Thompson's statement in previous case; Edmond Linsey swore that in 1655 Little Browne, the undersheriff of Virginia, said he saw Thomas Baker and Empson bring in a hog; Browne landed first at Jenkins' Plantation where Mr. Chandler then lived; Baker reputed by almost all his neighbors to be a common hog stealer, Richard Row swore regarding William Empson taking of meat from a pot; [Ed: Some rather graphic and slanderous statements regarding the anatomy of some of the women in the community); mentions Pope's wife and Mrs. Hatch;

William Robisson swore regarding he hog stealing, mentions William Empson, Thomas Baker, John Martin, Richard Row, Mrs. Pope, Mrs. Hatch, Mrs. Empson, Mr. Causeene; Queen's Field Plantation;
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Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 9 Jul 1662, Page 231-232-233

Petition of William Robisson regarding the court order that he not hunt in Charles County with dogs or gun unless one of his neighbors is with him; mentions Mr. Thomas Hussey, Mr. Robert Sly and his man James Hays, and William Marshall

Francis Pope swore that Richard Row told him that being in the woods with William Robisson they killed a hog and were dressing it when the dogs ran out and fell afoul of a hog and there was an Indian with diem; mentions Henry Moore and Mr. Court; John Piper, ca 34 years, swore he saw William Robisson and Mr. Boarman's overseer and a dog which he supposed had been after his hogs;

Richard Dodd, age ca 26 years, swore that about 1-1/2 years ago Richard Roe went to the head of the creek and William Robisson's dog was after their hogs; Robisson ordered to have his bond in and have privilege to hunt; he is ordered to pay costs of suit
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Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 1 Oct 1662, Page 243
John Douglas, Thomas Smoot, Mr. George Goodernick, Samuel Palmer, Mr. John Bowles, Benjamin Marshagay, John Cherman, Clement Tbeoballs, Mr. Arthur Turner, James Boulin, John Lambert; present the following:

- Robert Robins and Elisabeth Weekes for having a bastard
- James Lee for having 2 wives
- John Grinly and Anne Standfort for Sabbath breakers
- Some of Capt. Fendall's servants for common Sabbath breakers
- William Robisson and Thomas Hussey for suspected hog stealers
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Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 14 Nov 1662, Page 19, 20, 21, 22, 23
Indenture; 17 Feb 1658; from William Robisson, carpenter of Portobacco, to Henry Moore, planter of Portobacco; a parcel of land lying on the north side of the Potomac, standing in a valley between two cliffs; mentions St. Bernard's Creek; dated 22 Mar 1658; /s/ William Robisson; wit. Thomas Baker (mark); John Nevill (mark)
Henry Moore, planter, assigns rights in above land to Thomas Hussey; 3 Dec 1659; /s/ Henry Moore; wit. Henry Addames, Leo. Greene
Thomas Hussey and Elisabeth Hussey assign rights in above land to William Robisson; 6 Sep 1662; /s/ Tho. Hussey, Elisabeth Hussey (mark); wit. GeorgeThompson, Edmond Richmond (mark)
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Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 13 October 1664, Page 365
Daniell Johnson reassigns the conveyance of Mr. Hussey's land to William Robisson and acknowledges he has a bill for 6000# of tobacco William Robisson acknowledges judgment according to the tenor of the bill which is in consideration of the land
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Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 8 November 1664, Page 398
Daniell Johnson for William Robisson, presents Marke Lampton; judged to be 16 years old
Daniell Johnson for William Robisson, presents John Renisson; judged to be 19 years old
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Charles County Court Proceedings, 1658-1662.
Henrie Moore demandeth warrant against William Robison in an
action of the case
Warrant to the Sheriffe to Arest &c Ret ubi Supra Subpaenes to
the Sheriffe to warne Thomas Baker William Empson & Richard
Pearce to testifie in ditto causa Subpaene to the Sherife to warne
Thomas Baker to testifie for Henrie Moore
[Two folios are missing here.](*)
The Court Adiorned Until afternoone [p. 15]

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Charles County Court Proceedings, 1658-1662.
Liber A William Robisson demandeth warrant against Andrew Watson in
an action of the case
Warrant to the sheriffe to Arest &c Retur: ubi Supra Subpaene
to the sherife to warne Daniel Gordian to testifie in ditto causa

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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
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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
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Chancery Court Proceedings, 1676
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may 27.th 1676
Mandamus then issued[to Henry Adams & Ign]atius
Causeene of Charles Co.tY Gent that[en] quire
what Lands Sam.ll Cressey in Rig[ht][form] erly
Called Susanna Robinson the Relict e
Said Co.ty deced dyed Seized of in Charles Cou.

June 9.th 1676

Mandamus then issued to Henry [Adams] & Ignatius Couseene of
Charles Co.ty Gent that by the Oaths of xij &c they Enquire what
Lands George Robinson the Son of W.m Robinson late of Cha
Co.ty decd dyed Seized of in the S.d Co.ty ret without delay

Chancery Court Proceedings, 1676
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On the Backside of a writt of mandamus bearing date ye 27.th of may in y.e first year of ye Dominion of Charles &C Anncxp Dom 1676 directed to Henry Adams & Ignatius Causeen of Cha Co.tY Gentl Diligently to Enquire by the Oaths of 12 &c what lands Samuell Cressey late of Charles County deed dyed Seized of at ye time of his Death in Right of his wife Susanna formerly Called Susanna Robinson ye Relict of W.m Robinson late of the sd County deced in the Said County of Charles &C was written Viz.t
This writt was Executed the first day of June p us whose names
are hereunder written Henry Adams
Ignatius Causin
An Inquisition Indented & Taken at the house of Samuell Cressev late of Charles Co.ty decd near the mouth of Portobacco Creek in the Co.ty afores.d this first day of June in the first year of the Dominion of Charles Absolute Lord & Prop.ry of the Provinces of maryland & Avalon Lord Baron of Balternore &c & in the year of our Lord 1676 before Henry Adams & Ignatius Causin Gent By virtue of a Commission in y.e nature of a writt of mandamus to them directed & to this Inquisition annexed to Enquire after the Death of Samuell Cressey late of Charles Co.ty dec.d of what Lands he dyed Seized, of at the time of his Death in Right of his wife Susanna formerly Called Susanna Robinson the Relict of Wm Robinson late of the S.d County decd by the Oaths of Tho.s Baker Richard Dodd, Tho. Pope, Tho: Helgar, John Court, John Barker, Jno Bouchier, marke Lampton, Phillip Mason, fran: Adams Rob.t Inglesby & W.m Ward WCh Juro.rs upon their Oaths Saith that Samuell Cressey did not dye Seized of any Lands in Right of his wife Susanna ye Relicts of Wm Robinson upon y.e day of he dyed Viz.t upon 27.th day of Jan.ry in y.e year of our Lord 1675 & Susanna his wife dyed upon the day of the af.d month in the year af.d And at the time of the Death of the s.d Susanna the Relict of W.m Robinson, that Geo: Robinson ye Son & heir of W.m Robinson af.d was liveing who dyed the 26th day of Jan.ry in y.e year af.d therefore we Jurors upon our Oaths Saith that the sd Sam” Cressey in Right of his wife Susanna the Relict of W.m Robinson did not dye possest of any Land, but we find that W.m Robinson dyed possest of a Tract of Land Lying on the north Side of Potomock River Cont.a about one hund.d & fifty acres & Geo: Robinson y.e Son & heir of W.m Robinson being decd We do not find any heir of Wm Robinson & of what manno.r the s.d tract of Land is holden & under what Rents & Services We Jurors are altogether Ignorant And further We Juro.rs do humbly Conceive that y.e S.d Tract of Land is of value & ye year in all issues is four hund.d p.ds of Tob.o p añum And further we Jurors do find that the Sd tract of Land hath been in y.e possession of Sam.ll Cressey Since y.e Death of y.e. S.d W.mm Robinson as marrying Susanna his Relict & Since y.e death of y.e Said Sam.” Cressey & Susanna his wife y.e Sd Land hath been in y.e possession of Rich.d Edelen Adm.r to y.e Said Sam.' Cressey In Testimony whereof y.e Com.rs as well as y.e Juro.rs have hereunto Set their hands & Seals y.e day & year above written
Henry Adams sealed
Ignatius Causin sealed
Tho: Baker sealed John Barker sealed p.153
SignumJno Bouchiersealed (fol. 187)
Rich.d Dodd sealed Marke W Lampton sealed
SignumPhil X Mason sealed

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The Lower Norfolk County Virginia antiquary By Edward Wilson James

THE CHURCH IN LOWER NORFOLK COUNTY. (Continued from Vol. 2, page 128.)

"Decemb: 15th: 1654:

Wee of ye Grand Inquest after due Inquire made doe prsent unto ye Court ye genrall breach of ye Sabboth day throughout the whole County, wch we conceive is most cheifly occasioned through want of a godly Minister amongest Us in ye County, Where fore we humbly pray & desire yt some speedy Course may be taken to procure an able Minister, & some imployed for yt purpose, lett ye Charge be what it will We for of pts (and hope all ye rest of ye County) shalbe verry willing & ready to Undergoe

Will: Voscombe Henry Brakes Edward Cannon
John Porter: Senr Richard : ffoster John Workeman
Wm : Robinson : Richard Starnell John Carraway
Christopher Rivers Thomas Greene Nicholas Mason
John Godfrey Richard Hargrave Richard Jenings
Edward Cooper Lancaster Lovett Edward Hall
Henry Westgate Christo : Bustion George Ashall
John Stratton John Greene Thomas Ivey
 
Robinson, William (I9763)
 
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=== Contributed by Ralph D. Smith

Stratton, Lucy, and husband Samuel Dobson - Lucy Stratton m. by 1661 Samuel Dobson who was not himself a 1658 Charles Co. resident.
Sources: (1) Maryland Land Office, Patent Records, Liber 4, Page 589, and Liber 11, Page 525, (2) Charles Co., Md. Court Records, Liber A, Page 209, and (3) Maryland Calendar of Wills, Vol. 1, Page 39.

Samuel d. intestate by Mar. 16, 1684/5 in St. Mary’s Co., survived by a wife (unnamed.)
Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 13, pp. 223 and 258.

It is not known when or where Samuel’s wife Lucy Stratton died. She may be the unnamed wife who was granted administration on Samuel’s estate on Nov. 10, 1685.
Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 13, Page 258.

Samuel’s wife is named as Lucy in 1666 and 1668 but she is not named thereafter so we do now know if Lucy died and Samuel remarried.
Sources: (1) Maryland Calendar of Wills, Vol. 1, Page 39, and (2) Maryland Land Office, Patent Records, Liber 11, Page 525.

No record of Samuel’s widow (whether it was Lucy or another woman) was found after Nov. 1685.
In 1659, Lucy Stratton had an illegitimate child by Arthur Turner who was named Mary Stratton.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Court Records, Liber A, pp. 32, 34-38, 45 and 209.

The last record found for Mary Stratton is in Oct. 1686.
Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Inventories & Accounts, Liber 10, Page 145.

Samuel Dobson and Lucy Stratton had two children of their own, Samuel Dobson [Jr.] and Lucy Dobson. Sources: (1) Charles Co., Md. Court Records, Liber B, Page 356 (son Samuel Jr.), and (2) Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 13, Page 223 (dau. Lucy.)

So far as is known these were the only two children of Samuel Dobson so that if he did have a wife after Lucy Stratton he had no children by her. The only record found for son Samuel Dobson [Jr.] is in Aug. 1664.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Court Records, Liber B, Page 356.

Lucy Dobson - m. Thomas Love by Mar. 16, 1684/5.
Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 13, Page 223 (see the abstract in Dr. Lois G. Carr’s St. Mary’s Co. Career Files rather than the one by Skinner because the latter misstates Thomas’ surname as “Long” instead of “Love.”)

Thomas Love, b. ca. 1661, appears to have been the son of John and Judith Love. John and Judith Love, as well as Judith’s next husband John Goldsmith, are all at Thomas Gerard’s St. Clement’s Manor at the same time.
Sources: (1) Archives of Maryland, Vol. 41, Page 477, and Vol. 53, pp. 627 and 629, (2) Maryland Calendar of Wills, Vol. 1, Page 124, (3) Hooper, Debbie, “Abstracts of Chancery Court Records of Maryland, 1669-1782,” Page 29, and (4) Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 2, pp. 307-9.

The last record found for Thomas Love is in St. Mary’s Co., Md. on Oct. 13, 1714.
Source: Hooper, Debbie, “Abstracts of Chancery Court Records of Maryland, 1669-1782,” Page 29.

There are no estate records for him. Lucy Dobson Love d. intestate Apr. 20, 1723 (administration bond)/Apr. 30, 1723 (inventory) in Charles Co., Md. Sources (1) Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 26, Page 144, and (2) Maryland Prerogative Court, Inventories, Liber 8, Page 221. Her estate records call her Lucy Dobson alias Lucy Love.

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Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 27 May 1658, Page 2
Lucie Stratton demands warrant against Arthur Turner; action of debt value 700# of tobacco
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Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 4 Jun 1658, Page 7
Petition of Lucie Stratton craving court order for what is due her states she was sold from Edward Bowles to Mr. Arthur Turner for term of her time as servant; time being fulfilled she several times demanded her corn and clothes and Mr. Turner denied them
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Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 4 Jun 1658, Page 8
Lucie Stratton, Plt.; Mr. Arthur Turner, Def.; for her corn, clothes and 2 milk trays which defendant confesses to be due; defendant ordered to pay according to the custom of the country
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Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 24 Nov 1658, Page 32
The Governor Josias Fendall, Esq. being informed that Luci Stratton was brought to bed of a bastard and yet she unnaturally dried up her milk, through which action the infanes life might have been danger, caused her by his special warrant to make her appearance at Court and here to abide the judgment of the court, appears with her illegitimate child in her arms, and being asked the father thereof named Mr. Arthur Turner and not being able to prove her charge, the denying of it therefore was ordered that the sheriff should cause her to receive thirty lashes
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Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 18 Jan 1659, Page 34-35-36-37-38 & 45
January 18th; Lucie Stratton demands a warrant against Mr. Arthur Turner

26 Jan 1659; sheriff to warn Christopher Russell, Richard Dodd and Marie Dodd, John Ashbrooke, Roase Ashbrooke, Anne Hundlie, Anne Gey and a summons for Mr. John Hatch to testify for Stratton; for Turner: Walter Ges, Robert Wilson, John Ashbrook, Margaret Pearce

Charles County Court 26 Jan 1659
Present: Governor Josias Fendall, Esq.,
Commissioners: Mr. John Hatch, Mr. Robert Hundly,
Mr. James Walker, Mr. John Ginkins

Petition of Lucie Stratton who was got with child by Mr. Arthur Turner who by his own confession which he now denies; requests Turner help maintain the child

Lucie Stratton, Plt.; Arthur Turner, Def; plaintiff alleges defendant was the father of her child which he denies; John Ashbrooke swore at the request of Lucie Stratton that Arthur Turner came to his house 25 Oct last and stated he had a child and that he came to see if she (Roase Ashbrooke) could nurse the said child; Turner said he thought the child of Lucie Stratton was his.

Mr. John Hatch, age ca 45 years, swore that Mr. Arthur Turner said he thought in his conscience that the child of Lucie Stratton was his.

Christopher Russell, age ca 45 years, swore Turner came to his house to question him about the legality of the situation and Russell told him the usual custom was to, take the word of the woman; Turner said he could love her and Russell accompanied him to Piccawaxon the next morning to see if she would be his wife; Joane Mories mentioned; much discussion reported between Turner and Stratton; deponent left to go to house of Mr. Robert Hundlie

Edward William, age ca 33 years; swore that Lucie Stratton said if she was with child she would lay it upon such a fellow as John Ward or Richard Smith

Deposition of Anne Gey, age ca 50 years, swore Arthur Turner came to her house the Saturday after Stratton was delivered of her child and asked Stratton to marry him and she replied she did not love him and would not marry him.

John Ashbrooke swore she said the child could belong to William Bowls but she thought in her conscience that it was Turner's.

Walter Ges' oath essentially same.

Margaret Pearce swore she heard John Ashbrooke say what he just swore to.

Robert Wilson, age ca 30 years, swore essentially same as Edward William

Richard Dodd, age ca 25 years, stated Mr. Arthur Turner came to him and asked whether his wife could nurse his child and was told she had a child of her own and could not.

Marie Dodd, age ca 21 years, stated same as her husband
With consent of both parties this case was referred to the next court to be heard by jury

Court Adjourned until 10 Mar 1659

Verdict in the 26 Jan 1658 case of Lucie Stratton against Arthur Turner: jury finds Turner to be liable for welfare of the child and to pay Stratton 1000# of tobacco the 1st year, 800# the 2nd year, 700# per year thereafter until the child is able to earn a living; or if Turner does not agree, he may take the child himself to maintain

The Court Adjourned until 6 Apr 1659
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James, Edward, 14th Aug., 1666; 17th Oct., 1666.
To Samuel Dobson and Lucy his wife, entire estate in trust for child (unnamed) of testator.
In event of death of sd. child, estate to fall to child. of sd. Samuel and Lucy Dobson.
Test: Wm. Boarman, Thos. Darcy. 1. 281. 
Stratton, Lucy (I19447)
 
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=== Contributed by Ralph D. Smith
Jan. 10, 1708/9 - The Charles Co., Md. administration bond of Christopher Kertley [sic] by John Vincent, administrator, with sureties Abell Wakefield and Matthew Tennison.
Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 21, Page 81.
Comment: The Maryland Calendar of Wills, Vol. 3, Page 143, shows the decedent as Christopher Kirkley and his will dates as Sep. 10, 1708/July 7, 1709. 
Tennison, Matthew (I10865)
 
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=== Contributed by Randy Greenwell
Final Account of John Edwards, CC Accounts 1791-1798, p. 334; 31 Oct 1796
Admin: Sarah Edwards
To: Due to Ann Sothoron tobacco due form note dated 22 Aug 1789
To: Due to Samuel Morton
To: Due to Dr. Basil Warring
To: Due to Briscoe and Hammerly
To: Due to William Cartwright
To: Due to Jerimiah Jordon
To: Due to John Forbes
To: Due to Dyson and Cooksley
To: Due to Sheriff
To; Due to John Muschett
To: Widow 1/3
To: 7 children, Susanna, Elizabeth Turner, Eleanor Wilson, Mary, Anna, Jean, Charles; the first 2 of age and the rest under aged. 
Reeves, Sarah (I93023)
 
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=== for John Jr. Berry; must have still been orphan
http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=184&last=&g_p=G2&collec tion=NN Grant
Title Bury, John.
Publication 16 August 1695.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311.
Note Location: Richmond County.
Description: 91 3/4 acres beginning at Thomas Arnold's Clear Grown, along the old bounds of Proster and Chuttwood, Simson and by the Main Branch of Chingateague.
Source: Northern Neck Grants No. 2, 1694-1700, Page 184 (Reel 288).

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1686-1689 Stafford County, Virginia Deed & Will Book, Part 1 [Antient Press];
pp. 130-130a KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that wee WILLIAM BERRY, JOHN BERRY and RICHARD BERRY all of Saint Maries Psh in RAPPAHANNOCK COUNTY for a valuble consideracon or either of us sell & make over unto THOMAS SWINBORNE his heires all right & interest in a Tract of laude lyeing & beinge in ye forke of LITTLE HUNTING CREEKE in Stafford County and Further that the said WILLIAM BERRY, JOHN BERRY and RICHARD BERRY shall at all tymes signe any writeing tee ye said THOMAS SWINBOURNE shall think Fitt for ye more time makeinge of ye said lands to him against us. In Wittness whereof wee have sett or hands do Seales this 3d day of December 1688
WILLIAM BERRY
JOHN BERRY RICHARD BERRY
The above conveyance was acknowledged in ye County Court of Stafford by JOHN BERRY for himself & in ye name of his Two Brothers WILLIAM & RICHARD Berry to THOMAS SWINBOURNE by vertue of a Letter of Attorney to him given from his said Brothers to acknowledge it on October 9th 1689 & then was recorded
Signed ye above deed of conveyances in ye presence of JAMES WOFFENDALL, JOSEPH RUTTER
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1682-1686 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 7, Part I; [Antient Press]; Page 210-211
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I ROBERT PECK of the County of Rappa: Plantr., and MARGARETT my Wife for the consideration of Ten thousand pounds of Tobb: and cask to me in hand paid have sold unto HENRY BERRY, WILLIAM BERRY and JOHN BERRY of the said County their heires Five hundred Forty seven arras and a half of land scituate and being in the County of Rappa: being the moyety of One thousand Ninety five acres of land formerly held between me the said ROBERT PECK and HENRY BERRY SENR. deced, in Co partnership and now being and accrueing unto me as Survivour To have and to hold from us ROBERT and MARGARET PECK unto the said HENRY BERRY, WILLIAM BERRY and JOHN BERRY their heires for ever their share and proporcon according to the scituation and dimencions here expressed (vizt) the said HENRY BERRY One hundred eighty two acres and 1/2 to be his Planta: and the land adjoyning thereto circular till his share be compleated and WILLIAM BERRYs part (to wit) his One hundred eighty two acres and 1/2 shall be unto him lying on North Easterly side of his Brother, HENRY's, part and joyning the land of Mr. ROBT. KING where the said WILLIAM BERRY hath convayed One hundred and thirty three acres of land unto the heires of ALEXANDER ROBINS and the said JOHN BERRYs One hundred eighty two acres and 1/2 being and remaining the residue of the above said Five hundred forty seven acres and 1/2 In Testimonie of all and confirmation of all and every of these above recited premisses we have hereunto sett our hands and seales this 27 day of November 1685
Signed sealed and delivered in presents of
WM. UNDERWOOD SENR. ROBERT PECK
RICHD BERRY his marke MARGRETT PECK
Recognitr in Cur Com Rappa 2 die 10bris 1685
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that wee ROBERT and MARGRETT PECK of the County of Rappa: and Parish of St. Marys do ordaine and appoint our well beloved friend, Mr. THOMAS PARKER, of the County aforesaid &c. true and lawfull attorney in our stead to acknowledge in the County Court held for the said County a convayance of land to HENRY, WILLIAM and JOHN BERRY and what our said Attorney shall do herein wee do hereby confirme in as full manner as if we ourselves were personally present As Witness our hands land seales 24th of 9ber 1685
Signed sealed and delivered in the presents of us
WM. UNDERWOOD SENR. ROBT. PECK
RICHD, BERRY his mark MARGRETT PECK
Recordr, Cur Com Rappa 8 die 10bris 1685
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1686-1688 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 7, Part II; [Antient Press]; Page 422
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I JOHN BERRY of the County of Rappa: do for a good and valuable consideracon in hand reced for me my heires firmly bargain and sell unto my Brother, HENRY BERRY, of the County aforesd. his heires forever One hundred and Eighty acers of land binding upon the land of ELICK ROBINS and so joyning to the land of my Brother, HENRY BERRY, To have and to hold the sd land with warranty from me my heires and from claimes of any persons at all times forever to him forever and to the true performance hereof I have hereunto sett my hand and seale this 26th day of February 1686/7
Signed sealed and delivered in the presents of us
ROBT PECK JOHN BERRY
RICHD: BERRY
GEORGE KING
Recognitr in Cur Com Rappa 11 die July 1688 et record 18th die
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I JOHN BERRY of the County of Rappa: do appoint JAMES TAYLER of the County aforesd. my lawful! Attorney for me to acknowledge one parcel of land to my Brother, HENRY BERRY, being according as the Bill of Sale makes mention holding firme all and whatsoever my sd Attorney shall do in the pre- misses In Witness my hand and seale this 26th day of March 1688
teste FRAN: DOUGHTY, JOHN BERRY
MARGRETT BERRY
Recordr. 18th die Julii ano 1688 Teste WM. COLSTON CI Cur
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I JOHN BERRY of the County of Rappa: do appoint JAMES TAYLER of the County aforesd. my lawful! Attorney for me to acknowledge one parcel! of land to my Brother, HENRY BERRY, being according as the Bill of Sale makes mention holding firme all and whatsoever my sd Attorney shall do in the pre- misses In Witness my hand and seale this 26th day of March 1688
teste FRAN: DOUGHTY, JOHN BERRY
MARGRETT BERRY
Recordr. 18th die Julii ano 1688 Teste WM. COLSTON CI Cur
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1692-1694 Richmond County, VA, Deed Book 2; Antient Press: (Page 31)
Surveyed for HENRY BERRY the 10th day of May 1671 in STAFFORD County in the FORREST betwixt the two Rivers of POTOMAC & RAPPA: Five hundred and Fifty acres of Land beginning at WM, LIPS Corner tree standing near the said BERRYs line extedning So: 240 poles to a white Oak, thence West Southwest 68 perch to a white Oak, thence North West 8 perch to a white Oak; thence West South West 35 perch to an old marked red Oak. from thence North North West 460 perch to a white Oak standing in Mr. JAMES RUYES line, thence North 40 perch North North East 86 perch to the line of another parcell of Land of the said BERRY and others, and from thence South East and by East 260 perch, finally South South East 164 perch to the first station including the above said Quantity
p me JOHN ALEXANDER
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I RICHARD BERRY of the County of Richmond do for a good & valuable consideration in hand received do for me my heirs or assigns firmly sell unto RALPH WHITTON of the County aforesaid his heirs or assigns forever Two hundred and fifty acres of land with my Plantation lying within a Survey of Five hundred and fifty acres of Land beginning at WILL: LIPPS corner tree thence to SIMSONs and binding upon JAMES REY and binding upon my Brother, HENRY BERRY, and ROBERT PECK; To have and to hold the said Land with warranty from me my heirs or assigns and from the claim of any persons whatsoever at all times forever to him and his heirs forever and to the true performance hereof I have hereunto sett my hand and seal this 12th day of March 1693/4
Signed sealed & delivered in presence of us
JAMES STROTHERS, RICHD BERRY
WM: BERRY
Recognitr: in Cur Com Richmond 6 die Junii 1694 et recordr: 28th die
(BERRY Power of Attorney) KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I RICHARD BERRY of the County of Richmond do ordain and appoint JOSHUA DAVIS true and lawfull Attorney for me and in my name to acknowledge one Conveyance of Land to RALPH WHITTON in the County Court above mentioned holding firm and stable what my said Attorney shall do in as full force as if I myself were personally present. As Witness my hand this 13th day of March 1693 /4
Test WM BERRY RICHD BERRY
RICHD GRUBS
Recordr Test WM COLSTON, Cke
(HENRY BERRY to RICHD: BERRY Relinquishmt )
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1697-1701 Richmond County, Virginia Deed Book 3; Part 1 [Antient Press]; (Page 117)
THIS INDENTURE made the 3d. day of March in the yeare of our Lord 1699 Between ROBERT HARISON of the one part & JOHN BERRY of the other part. Witnesseth that the said ROBERT HARISON for & in consideration of Eight hundred pounds of good tobacco & caske doth sell unto the said JOHN BERRY a small parcell of Land scituate. lying & being in the County of Richmond on the North side of Rappahannock River in the Freshes of the said River & bounded as followeth; Beginning at a white Nice standing on the East side of a maine branch of CHINGATEAGUE from thence Nor: Nor:west 16 polls to a red Oake, thence W: 5: W: 68 poll to a white Oake, thence N: W: 8 poll to a white Oake, thence N: N: E: a line of marked trees to WM. HEADs line, thence to the first mentioned Oake, being part of a Patent of and conteyning Foure hundred & fifty acres obteyned by RALPH WHITING, the wch: parcell of Land I the abovemenconed ROBERT HARISON & ELIZABETH HARISON doth warrant from me my heirs forever unto the said JOHN BERRY his heirs forever. In Witness whereof wee have sett our hands & seales the day & yeare above written
Signed sealed & delivered in pr:sence of us
THO: ARNOLD, ROBERT HARISON, his marke
ANDREW HARISON, his marke ELIZA: HARISON, her marke
Recognitr: in Cur: Com: Richmond 2d die 8br: Ano: Dom: 1700 p ROBERT HARISON et ELIZA: et recordr: 22d die WM. COLSTON, Cl Cur
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From the Northern Neck grants we learn that on Dec. 28, 1708 Robert Harrison was granted by Marguerite, Lady Culpeper and Thomas Lord Fairfax and Cathrine, his wife, 450 A. in Richmond County granted to Ralph Whiting, March 11, 1694-95. It appears there is a surplus of 218 A. not yet granted. The entire 668 A. of land is granted unto Robert Harrison. From a white oak it runs to Chingoteague Creek to corner of John Berrys cleared ground, To a white Oak in sight of Robert Harrison’s home to James Key's line to Harry Berry's line. Also Robert Harrison is granted 68 A. in Richmond by the Rt. Honerable Cathrine, Lady Fairfax, sole proprietor of the Northern Neck. Bordered on John Berry’s land. Speaks of Strothers Creek. Sept. 23, 1718 (Northern Neck Grants)
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1719-1721 Richmond County, Virginia Deed Book 7; Part 4 [Antient Press]; (Page 527)
THIS INDENTURE made the fifth day of July in the Sixth year of our Sovereigne Lord King George by the grace of God King of Great Brittain France and Ireland, Defender of the faith &c., Anno Domini 1720, Between AARON THORNLEY and MARY his Wife (in whome ye Right lyes) of one part and JOSEPH STROTHER of other part, Witnesseth that AARON THORNLEY and MARY his Wife in consideration of the some of five shillings Sterl: to them in hand payd by JOSEPH STROTHER, doe bargain & sell unto JOSEPH STROTHER all that land lying in Parish of Hanover in County of Richmond adjoyning to the lands of THOMAS ARNOLD and ROBT. HARRISON, containing by estimation One hundred acres, formerly belonging to JOHN BERRY (deced), late of this County and decending by Inheritance to said MARY, the Wife of said AARON THORNLEY and also all houses gardens orchards and appurtenances and rents issues and profitts thereof, to JOSEPH STROTHER his heirs dureing the terms of one whole year to the intent that JOSEPH STROTHER may by vertue of these presents and of the Statute made for transferring uses into possession be possessed of all the premises and thereby be the better enabled to take a release of the inheritance thereof from AARON THORNLEY and MARY his Wife unto JOSEPH STROTHER his heirs, In Witnes whereof the parties first above written to this Indenture have sett their hands and seals the day and year first above written
Signed Sealed and Delivered in presence of us
THOS, TURNER, AARON THORNLEY
WM: STROTHER JUNR. MARY her mark THORNLEY
Au a Court held for Richmond County the Sixth day of July 1720
AARON THORNLEY & MARY THORNLEY came into Court and acknowledged this their Deed unto JOSEPH STROTHER, the said MARY being first privately examined, which was admitted to Record Test M. BECKWITH, Cl Cur 
Berry, John (I22523)
 
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=== grandfather?
1682-1686 Lancaster County, Virginia Order Book 2, Part 2; [Antient Press]; Page 162
Lancaster county Court 9th of July 1684
- The Order granted at a former Court helde for this County against the Sheriffe for the non appeareance of ROBERT GILLAM at the suite of Mr. THOMAS MARSHALL, is with the consient of the saide MARSHALL continued till the next Court 
Gilliam, Robert (I68092)
 
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=== i dont believe the following note is correct based on age and location
i. Anne Barber.
She married William Lewis 05 Apr 1742, son of John Lewis and Elizabeth Christopher. He was born c.1716 in Richmond County, Virginia. 
Barber, Anne (I40755)
 
150

=== is issac his father?
CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS, PATENT BOOK No. 4 pg 404
WILL DRUMMOND, Gent., 4750 acs. Westmoreland Co., 20 Sept. 1661, p. 326, (446). Beg. a mile from the Nominy Riv., S. & Wly. & on the back of land belonging to Jno. Wood. Trans. of 95 pers: Samll. Howard, Jno. Thomson, Wm. Cooke, Eliz. Smith, Jno. Warren, Fran. James, Richd. Harma, Jno. Cotton, An Dunbar, Wm. Worden, Marg. Rowlins, Geo. Howkett, Samll. Harford, Robt. Floring, Jno. Greene, Tho. Wood, Rich. Parker, Fran. Willis, Henry Mills, Alice Potter, Mary Hunt, Daniell Wms. (Williams), Dennis Shorpe, James Adkins, Jno. Poore, James Man, Erasmus Pewry (or Penry), Mary Smith, Wm. Cooke, Lawrence Hooker, Saml. Welch, Dennis Watkins, Dann. Dickins, Michaell Wadloe, Nich Spruce, Mary Spruce, Henrick Vandulett, Robt. Surlin, Elinor Woodbridge, James Bruce, Henry Sand (or Sanders), Silvest. Thacker, Dorothy Thacker, Jno. Deane, Wm. Hope, Francis Jones, Jno. Worlech, Nath. Spencer, Rich. Spicor, Mathew Hains, Wm. Thompson, Jane Salter, Mary Wood, Daniell Parker, Walter Wms. (Williams), Gartred Sparkes, Francis Spie, Martin Woodliffe, Robt. Savin, Rich. Palmer, SamII. Prime (or Prince), Nich. Wells, Wm. Johnson, Isaak Rose, Patriak Wicks, Jno. Hobbs, Mary Hart, Samll Davis, Tho. Portman, Nich. Smart, Dann. Wills, Rich. Forrest, Jno. Roak (?), Jane Wallis, Tim. Saltir, Robt. Datrill, Phill. Woodford, Wm. Garrett, Tho. Johnson, Ralph Mathew. Henry Betts, Mary Bateman, 8 Negroes, Robt. Serly, Davy Darlins, Roger Armes, Jno. Huger (or Hager), Tho. Keiton.
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1762 Prince William County, Virginia Order Book [Antient Press]: Page 355
Prince William County Court 5th of October 1762
- TRIPLETT v ROSE
FRANCIS TRIPLETT, Plt. v ISAAC ROSE, Deft. On Petition
This suit is continued between the parties untill next Court
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1749-1800 Fairfax VA Road Orders
19 May 1766, fage 80
Isaac Rose appointed Survr of the road from the forks of the road to four mile run leading to the Falls
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1749-1800 Fairfax VA Road Orders
18 March 1771, page 173
William Bowling is appointed Surveyor of the road from Alexandria to four mile Run in the room of Isaac Rose
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1765-1768 Fairfax County, Virginia, Deed Book G; [Antient Press]; Page 85-86
Know all men .. that ISAAC ROSE of Fairfax County for sum forty six pounds seventeen shillings and six pence & six hundred & sixty six pounds of transfer Tobacco to me paid by Mr. JOHN ALEXANDER of the County aforesaid have sold two young negroes & all my corn that is growing on the plantation whereon I do now live with the fodder thereunto belonging likewise all my crops that Mr. CHAS. ALEXANDER has in his hands of mine which will be
due me in consequence of my being his overseer likewise a bay horse & a black mare with five beds & all other household furniture .. this 21st day October 1766.
Presence Gerard Bowling, Isaac Rose
Simon Bowling
At Court held 20th October 1766 Isaac Rose acknowledged this Bill of Sale •• ordered to be recorded.
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1765-1768 Fairfax County, Virginia, Deed Book G; [Antient Press]; Page 210-212
This Indenture made this fourth day of April 1767 between CHARLES ALEXANDER of Stafford County Gent. of one part & GERARD BOWLING of County of Fairfax of other part Witnesseth that Char]es Alexander in consideration
of rents & covenants on the part of Gerard Bowling to be performed fulfilled & kept doth demise grant and to farm let unto Gerard Bowling all that part of a tract of land called (blank) lying in Fairfax County beginning at a marked black oak standing nenr the main road that leads from Alexandria to four mile run running thence south fifty one degrees West twenty one perches thence south fifty degrees west twenty nine perches thence South fifty degrees West
thirty perches thence south seven degrees East twenty perches thence South seventy degrees East to a branch called the whlte uak swamp thence down & with the said swamp to the aforesaid main road that leads from Alexandria to four mile run thence from the said road to the beginning tree now in the tenure and occupation of Gerrard Bowling To have and to hold during the natural life of him the said Gerrard Bowling and for & during the natural life of MARTHA his wife & to the end of the natural life of the survivor of them yielding and paying
unto Charles Alexander yearly one ear of Indian Corn if lawfully demanded
Presence Peter Robinson,
Isaac Rose, Jacob Payne, Charles Alexander
At Court continued & held 21st Aprill 1767 This Lease was proved .. and at Court continued & held xxth May in year aforesaid it was acknowledged by Charles Alexander .. ordered to be recorded.
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1763-1767 Prince William County, Virginia Deed Book Q; Part 1 [Antient Press]: Page 287-288
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I ISAAC ROSE of County of Prince William for sum of One hundred and five pounds Eighteen shillings & Two pence current money paid by HECTOR ROSS of COLCHESTER in County of FAIRFAX. Merchant. have sold in plain and open market unto HECTOR ROSS his heirs or assigns the following Negro slaves to wit, Lucy a woman, Nell a woman, Bess a Child. Juba a boy & frank a boy, together with the future increase of said Women, also four feather beds. five Cows and calves, four heifers, five horses and one Mare, all now being in possession of ISAAC ROSE, To have and to hold unto HECTOR ROSS and I said ISAAC ROSE do Warrant and defend all and singular hereby granted against claim of all persons whatsoever
In Witness whereof I have set my hand & Seale this Sixteenth day of May One thousand seven hundred and sixty five
in presence of WILLIAM CARR, ISAAC ROSE
WILKERSON GRIGSBY
At a Court held for Prince William County the 3d of June 1767
ISAAC ROSE acknowledged this Deed of Sale to be his act and deed and the same was ordered
to be recorded
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1792-1803 Prince William Co Virginia Will Book H [June Whitehurst Johnson]: Page
Pages 137-139. Estate Accounts of William Rookard dec. in acct. with Thomas Roockard exor:
Feb. 1768
To: Tayloes estate at Neabsco Furnace, John Rookard his legacy, Isaac White ditto.
Oct. 1793
To: Dr. Nisbett in 1769, Isaac Rose, Lawyer Harrison, Zachariah Leatherwood, George Lane sheriff, Philip Spiller, Matthew Harrison.
Signed: Alexa. Lithgow, Tim. Brundige, James Johnston
Recorded: July 6, 1795. 
Rose, Isaac (I62700)
 

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