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Lived in Franklin County, Virginia in 1830 
Triplett, Sarah Hedgman (I026679)
 
302

Lived in Shenandoah County, Virginia, 1819 moved to Fayette County, Tennessee. after his wife's death, he moved to Parks, Scott Co. , Arkansas to be with his son James Foster Gaines.

=== research notes from Terri Maynard Burns

Cornelius Gaines married Susannah (Susan) Foster, daughter of James Foster of Prince William County, VA. Son of Cornelius A & Susannah Foster Gaines:

Cornelius Augustine Gaines (1824-1893 married Sarah Frances Beatrice "Fannie" Elder (1826-1890). Cornelius A Gaines & Sarah Elder Gaines had son Franklin E Gaines (1853-1916) who married Mozella Taggart (1856-1928). Frank Gaines & Mozella Taggart Gaines had daughter Claude Finis Gaines (1890-1970) who married Harry Bascom Simmons (1886-1976). Claude F. Gaines Simmons & Harry B Simmons had daughter, Louise Fanny Simmons (1912-1999) who married C. A. (Charles Arthur) Osborn (1910-1992). Louise F Simmons Osborn & C.A. Osborn had one daughter, Nettie Ruth Osborn (1934-1982)who married 2nd time to Luther Jerry Maynard (1931-2011).

Source: Gaines Genealogy by L.P. Gaines of Adairsville, GA published 1918. (first couple of generations) & my records and memory for Franklin E. Gaines to present. 
Gaines, Cornelius T. (I026841)
 
303

M. Council of State


Alexander Lawson Botts per POCHAHONTAS, alias Matoaka, AND HER D ESCENDANTS: Through Her Marriage At Jamestown, Virginia, In Apri l, 1614, With John Rolfe, Gentleman. By R. A. Brook, 1887, Gene alogical Publishing, Baltimore County, Maryland, 1979, page 48.

Alexander Lithgow Botts per The Rhodes Family in America, Howar d J. Rhodes, page 396.

Both Lithgow and Lawson are allied family names.

Source: David Botts 
Botts, Alexander Lithgow (I026835)
 
304

M. FOSTERS KATHERINE and John Seamons 17 July 1728.
M. JONES, ELIZABETH and John Seamans, 30 November 1729.
M. SEAMONS, JOHN and Katherine Fosters 17 July 1728..
D. SEAMONS CHARITY 17 May 1729.
M. SEAMONS JOHN and Elizabeth Joness 30 November 1729.
B. SEAMANS, MARY daughter of John and Elizabeth Seamans, 16 December 1730. 
Seaman, John (I033012)
 
305

MAHUE, Elisha Lloyd b. December 2, 1787 son of Elisha & Elizabeth (see Mayhew) (p. 382) 
Mayhew, Elisha Lloyd (I103082)
 
306

Malinda was enumerated in the household of her son, Harding, i n 1880. 
Sherrill, Malinda (I026766)
 
307

Marriage bond record states she was the daughter of William P. G aines and Euphama and her residence was Loudoun County, Virginia . W.A. Gaines vouched for her age. 
Gaines, Martha Ellen (I026803)
 
308

Marshall, F. B., 2/11/1866 - 8/20/1955 Father, h.o Mary E. Marshall 
Marshall, F. B. (I026248)
 
309

Marshall, Mary E., 11/27/1872 - 3/26/1912, w/o F. B. Marshall 
Marshall, M. E. MNU (I026249)
 
310

Maryland Colonial Census 1776.
Robert Hawkins 59, Lidia 56, Richard 23, Elisabeth 11 mos, Nancy 3, Robert 2, 5 negroes 
Hawkins, Robert (I132697)
 
311

MARYLAND RECORDS-PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, 1777-1801
Darcey, John Hardey, Rebecca Nov. 21, 1786
Darcey, Mary Wellen, William Jan. 30, 1793 
Family F07922
 
312

Mason was a book merchant in Louisville in 1880. His wife, "Carr ie," was enumerated with him and there were no children in the h ousehold. 
Sherrill, Mason W. (I026765)
 
313

may be a sister of this George Shepard
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1749-1759 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Will Book B; [William Armstrong Crozier];
SHEPARD, GEORGE, St. George's Parish, d. Jan. 10, 1750, p. Oct. 1, 1751. Wit. John Holloday, Benjamin Holloday, Robert Gregory. Ex. wife, Elizabeth (Note. The executrix's bond gives her name as "Elizabeth May Angelick Shepard") Leg. sons, George, Robert, James and John; daughter Ann; wife, Elizabeth. (Page 78) 
Shepherd, Rosanne (I082006)
 
314

McConchie, Alexander .78C/Robert Knox's Qtr. 85-99L. D 10-538, 1792.
John Knox of Charles Co. MD to him 364 a. on Summerduck. D 13-380, 1796.
He and Anne McConchie give son Robert 238 a. on Summerduck. D 14-33, 1794.
John & Betsey Knox sell him 50a. on Rappahannock at mouth of Rocky Run."
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Date: Sat, 10 Feb 2007 10:49:57 -0800
From: "SHIRLEY MOLLER"
To:
Subject: Re: [MDCHARLE] Fw: More McConchie questions
Amanda, Linda, Norma,
I have the following. It seems to cover what Amanda is talking about.

Charles County Gentry : A Genealogical History of Six Emigrants, Thomas Dent, John Dent, Richard Edelen, John Hanson, George Newman, Humphrey Warren, all scions of armorial families of old England who settled in Charles County, Maryland, and their descendants showing migrations to the South and West Washington D.C.; Newman, Harry Wright, 1940, 335 pgs.

The will of the bachelor son, Judge Warren Dent, was probated in Charles Co., on Dec 3, 1794. He named his nieces Eleanor Bowie, Jannet Dent, and Mrs. Anne Harrison. All property from the estate of his late sister, Grace Harrison, he left to his nephew William Dent Harrison, and nieces Anne Warren Harrison and Rebecca Harrison. He devised "Blue Plains" which he purchased from John Maddox to his nephew Robert Hanson Harrison, and the plantation where Samuel Ratcliffe lived to his niece Mrs. Anne Harrison. The residue was devised to his brother George whom he named as executor.
On Oct 14 1782, George Dent was granted letters of administration on the estate of Elizabeth Harrison, late of Charles Co., with Thomas Hanson Marshall and Dr. John Parnham as bondsman.
On Nov 28, 1794, George Dent of Charles Co., conveyed land to Thomas Dotey, of Fauquier Co., VA. On Nov 30, 1796, George Dent and Elizabeth his wife, and William Dent and Jenet his wife all of Fauquier Co., VA., conveyed 84 acres of land to Alexander McConchie, of Fauquier Co. Consequently sometime before 1794 George Dent settled in Fauquier Co., VA. On Mar 24, 1797, he conveyed "Chosen" and "Huckleberry Plains Enlarged" to John Colby, of Charles Co., MD. No wife waived dower. On Jan 7, 1798, he deeded "Warren's Discovery" to Robert Cain of Charles Co. No wife waived dower. A few months later he conveyed "Hatton's Point" to John Maddox, and on Nov 10, 1801, he transferred another portion of "Warren's Discovery" to William Thomas of St. Mary's Co.
George Dent died shortly after this conveyance, inasmuch as on Mar 25, 1802, "Elizabeth Dent widow of George Dent of William late of Fauquier Co., VA., deceased", deeded to William Thomas, of St. Mary's Co., land in William and Mary Parish, Charles Co., that had been granted to Bridget Legate on May 1, 1676.
The inventory of personal estate of George Dent in Charles Co., was filed at court on Aug 10, 1802, by his administrator William Dent, and displayed a value of $4648.50.
The distribution of his estate in Charles Co., was made on May 31, 1803, and divided among the following representatives: William Dent, Anne Thomas, Elizabeth Knox, John Shumate, and Janet his wife, Rebecca Dent and Grace Dent.
The inventory of his personal estate was not taken in Fauquier Co., until Jul 2, 1803, and was appraised at A3982.2.6. It was signed by John Hooe and Stanton Slaughter. His widow on Oct 19, 1804, married Enoch J. Brown, according to a license issued in Fauquier Co. , Va.
On Aug 12, 1816, William Dent, Janet Dent, Rebecca Dent, and Samuel Hanson and Anne his wife, all of Charles Co., and described as heirs of George Dent, deceased, deeded "Brawner's Chance" to Catherine Norris, Henry Speake, and Leo Speake, all of Charles Co.


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http://boards.ancestry.com/surnames.mcconchie/24/mb.ashx

1850 Census

Fauquier Co.
Household 647
Alexander McConchie 58 D:1/24/1878 died at age 87
Catherine Ann [Martin] 38 wife D: 3/1860 died at age 47
Eliza E. 19 dau D: 6/25/1880 Hus: Alex. Willingham
William 17 son
Robert 16 son M: 5/30/1861 Mary Brown
John 12 son
James H. 8 son M: Martha Brown
Margaret "Mary" 6 dau D: 12/15/1876
Hus: Elijah F. Groves

Fauquier Co 1850
Household 711
William A. McConchie 50
Elizabeth Ann [Martin] 40
Catherine Virginia 20 B: 10/28/1829
John Wesley 18 D: 11/18/1893 Drown
M: Mary Va. Brown
Lemuel A. 16 Wife: Mary J. ?
Jane E. 14 2nd wife to
James Henry Humphrey
See Notes:
Robert 12
Elizabeth Harrison "Betti" 10
Alfred 8
Thomas 6
Emily L. twin 4
Eugenia Lavonia twin 4
NOTES:Sarah Udora was not born yet she was born January 2, 1852. Mary Ann McConchie not in this household census because she married James Henry Humphrey on December 21, 1847, they are in their own home.
Mary Ann d/o Wm. A & Eliza McConchie was the first wife of Jas. Henry Humphrey. Jane E. the sister Of Mary Ann McConchie was the 2nd wife of James Henry Humphrey.

1860 CENSUS

1860 Bealton, Fauquier Co Census
Page 225
Household 682
Alexander McConchie 68
Cath. 47
Robt. 22
John 20
James H. 18
Mary 16
Ellen ADAMS 17 Who is this?

Page 160 1860
Household 186
James H. Humphrey 35 Overseer for Hollington, G_____?
Jane E. [McConchie] 25 2nd wife/sister to:
[1st wife Mary Ann McConchie]
Luther S 11 son to 1st wife, Mary Ann
Francis Marion 9 " " " "
Henry Calvin 7 " " " "
[my great grandfather]
Page 161 1860
Household 193
John W. McConchie 28 School Teacher died of
Paralysis at Rapp River 11/18/1893
Mary V. 24 wife
Howard J. 1 son [he was informant of
father's death]

Page 161 1860
Household 194
William A. McConchie 60 Farmer
Elizabeth [Martin] 45 Wife d/o Francis Martin
& Nancy West]
Robert 22 son
Elizabeth 20 dau/School Mistress
Alexander 17 son see note below
Thomas 15 son
Lavonia 13 dau/twin
Emma L 13 dau/twin
Sally 8 dau
NOTE: It was reported as Alexander on the census, yet he was reported on 1850 Census as Alfred. I was told his name
is Alfred Alexander McConchie

1860 Fauquier White Sulphur Springs Census/SW Revenue District
Page 179
Household 343 Married 1853
Geo. W. McConchie 27 Overseer
Mary J. 25 Wife
Betty G. 6 dau.
Silas M. 3 son
Mary E. 1/12 dau.
NOTE: George is gone between the time this census was taken and 1870. I along with Amanda have been trying to find out if he is the son they call William on the 1850 Census living with Alexander & Catherine McConchie his parents. He shows up with the name George W only on the 1860 census. Could his middle name be William and used it while at home?
Mary his wife has him noted on her tombstone. But there is no grave site for him. Thought maybe he was in the Civil War and was killed and his body was never returned home [MIA]
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EVINS, Francis, Charles Co. 31 Aug, 1771; 3 Dec, 1771
Wife Fabe.
Five children: Bonet. Cloey Paterson, Alexander, Jesse, Elizabeth Wheler Evins,
Grandson Francis Ry.
Wit: Elander McConky (Alexander McConchie), John Evens, John B. Meek, 38.450 
McConchie, Alexander (I041187)
 
315

METCALFES OF FAUQUIER
COLONIAL FAMILIES OF THE SOUTHERN STATItS OJ' AMERICA 379

CAPT. JOHN METCALFE, (2-1), of "Longbranch," Fauquier
Co., Va., and later of Kentucky, b. 1724; d. 1799. He raised a company
of troops in Fauquier Co., of which he was made Captain, and
served with distinction in the Revolutionary War. In 1784 he removed
to Kentucky, and located near Russell's Cave, Fayette Co.
He died in Nicholas Co., Ky. He m. (first) Sabina Farrar, of Maryland;
(second) Mary O'Brine, of Virginia; (third) Sarah (Dent)
Chinn, wid. of Eli Chinn, of Fauquier Co., Va., and dau. of Robert
Dent, of Prince George Co., Md.

mm note, no Robert Dent on Maryland FTM CD 206 Probate Records
Issue by third marriage:
3-14- Thomas.
3-15. Bela.
3-16. Sarah.
3-17. Lucy.
3-18. Rhoda Dent, m. 1814, Andrew S. Hughes, of Nichols Co.,
Ky., and had issue: Bela Metcalfe, of Denver, Colo. 
Dent, Sarah (I089380)
 
316

Mills Wilkes served in the War of 1812 from 17 Aug 1812 to 4 Ma r 1813 in Uriel Sebree's Co of Inf., Scott's 1st Regt. of Ky. Vo l. Militia. He was severely wounded in the battle of Frenchtown , (River Raisin Massacre). Indians later attacked the camp wher e he was convalescing, and killed many of the injured, includin g a soldier who was next to him. With the aid of a friendly Indi an he escaped to Fort Malden at the mouth of Detroit River, an d was eventually returned to Kentucky in a carriage. His seriou s injuries resulted in much suffering the rest of his life.

On 15 Apr 1855 Mills' and Lucy's house and all the contents wer e consumed by fire.

In June 1865, Mills and Lucy were driving into Burlington with t heir eight-year-old grandson, Samuel Haywood Wilkes. Their hors e became frightened while crossing a stream and backed off the b ridge, spilling them into the water. Lucy was killed instantly.

Mills and Lucy were among the original members of the Burlingto n Baptist Church in Boone County: "On Sunday, May 14th of this y ear (1843), Mills Wilkes was ordained the first deacon of the ch urch, who continued to discharge with singular fidelity the duti es of the office until August, 1866. He not only a good man an d Christian, but a good and faithful deacon." 
Wilkes, Mills (I026725)
 
317

Moved to Clay County, Missouri in 1837, then to Platte County, Missour i in 1838 Info rmation on Eliza Jane Gaines provided by J.R. Hop kins 
Gaines, Eliza Jane (I026788)
 
318

Moved to Parks Arkansas then to Gravelley, Yell County, Arkansas. D uring the war she moved to Paris Texas where she is buried. 
Gaines, Jane (I026779)
 
319

Moved to Parks, Arkansas then to Gravelly Arkansas. Where they b oth are burie d. James is the brother of John Caviness who marr ied Jane Gaines, sister to Ma ry. 
Gaines, Mary Anne (I026783)
 
320

Name: Duane Boggs
Email: duaneaboggs@live.com

I am working on a THEORY that this Charity might have married Joseph Flint about 1737. Joseph Flint was reportedly an associate of Thomas Cresap, husband of Hannah Johnson, at the time of "Cresap's War" (PA-MD border dispute in the 1730s). Joseph Flint and Thomas Cresap both moved to Western Maryland ("Oldtown"). Joseph Flint, in his 1784 Will, left property to a Michael Cresap, who I believe was born about 1775, son of Michael Cresap and thus grandson of Hannah (Johnson) Cresap. Thus, Joseph Flint would have been leaving property to his wife's great-nephew????
Just a THEORY for now.

Charity Johnson, sister of Hannah (Johnson) Cresap, was tried in November 1730 for bearing a bastard child, and I suspect this MIGHT have been Ann. So while Ann might have been Charity (Johnson) Flint's daughter, my current working theory is that she was only a step-daughter of Joseph Flint (and thus Joseph did not leave her anything in his will, probated in 1784)
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Johnson, Daniel, planter, Baltimore Co., 12th Sept., 1715 ; 30th Jan., 1715.
To wife Frances, extx., personalty, some of which was purchased of Wm. Cook, and dwelling plantation during life.
Should unborn child be a boy, he to enjoy same at her decease in fee simple.
To Jno. Low and hrs., water mill on n. side Susquehanna R., and personalty.
Residue of estate, real and personal, equally divided among all child. and wife of testator, excepting wife of no Low, who is to have no part.
Extx. is empowered to dispose of tract "Rycraffs Choyce for benefit of estate. Should wife not be contented with her legacy and child 's portion and claim her thirds, sd. legacy to be divided with other estate, as law directs;
wife of John Low to have no share in same.
Test: Mary BelIshair, Thos. Russell. 14. 212.
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Danniell Johnson 15.203 A BA £43.17.7 Oct 23 1736
Payments to: Daniell Dulany, Esq., accountant (1/3).
Payments to (daughters, their portions): wife (unnamed) of Edward Evans, wife (unnamed) of Richard Touchstone, Charity Johnson, wife (unnamed) of Robert Cannon, wife (unnamed) of William Cannon, wife (unnamed) of Thomas Cresap.
Executrix: Frances Foy.

=== Contributed by Ralph D. Smith

1790 - Charity Flint is in the 1790 Census of Washington Co., Md., as follows: 1-0-3-0-5.

1800 - Widow Flint is in the 1800 Census of Washington Co., Md., as follows: 00000-00002-05. 
Johnson, Charity {Unproven} (I072280)
 
321

Name: jerusha whitaker
Email: jrwhitaker@knology.com
Note: Have been searching for the children of Jacob wray and Mary Ashton. I only see 2 dau. listed. I am trying to find the sons of this couple. Family lore has it Jacob, James, and Ussery were their sons. Ussery is my line and b. in Brunswick co. va, l784 
Wray, George (I046767)
 
322

Name: William Lewis Breckinridge
NPFX: Rev.
Sex: M
Birth: 22 JUL 1803 in Cabell's Dale,Lexington,Fayette Co.,KY
Death: 26 NOV 1876 in Cass Co.,MO
Burial: Cave Hill Cemetery,Louisville,Jefferson Co.,KY
Ancestral File #: 15V5-FH3 1
Change Date: 3 NOV 2001 at 23:00:00

Father: John Breckenridge b: 2 DEC 1760 in Augusta Co.,VA
Mother: Mary Hopkins Cabell b: 22 FEB 1769 in Buckingham Co.,VA

Marriage 1 Frances Caroline Prevost b: 24 AUG 1806 in New Orleans,St Bernard Par.,LA
Married: 10 MAY 1824 in Fayette Co.,KY
Children
Joseph Cabell Breckinridge b: 11 MAR 1825 in Louisville,Jefferson Co.,KY
John Bartow Breckinridge b: 27 OCT 1826 in Cabell's Dale,Fayette Co.,KY
Robert James Breckinridge b: 2 DEC 1828 in Cabell's Dale,Fayette Co.,KY
Marcus Stanhope Prevost Breckinridge b: 17 OCT 1830 in Cabell's Dale,Fayette Co.,KY
William Lewis Breckinridge b: 12 NOV 1832 in Fayette Co.,KY
Lewis Green Breckinridge b: 19 SEP 1834 in Danville,Boyle Co.,KY
Frances Provost Breckinridge b: 12 OCT 1836 in Cabell's Dale,Fayette Co.,KY
Mary Hopkins Breckinridge b: 1 FEB 1839 in Louisville,Jefferson Co.,KY
Stanhope Prevost Breckinridge b: 30 APR 1841 in Louisville,Jefferson Co.,KY
Theodosia Prevost Breckenridge b: 11 AUG 1843 in Louisville,Jefferson Co.,KY
Cabell Breckinridge b: 22 NOV 1846 in Louisville,Jefferson Co.,KY
Laetitia Porter Breckenridge b: 24 AUG 1849 in Louisville,Jefferson Co.,KY

Marriage 2 Sarah Anne Tompkins b: 8 APR 1809 in Cabell's Dale,Lexington,Fayette Co.,KY 
Breckenridge, Cabell (I004291)
 
323

NATHANIEL PIGMAN (John II, John I)


Nathaniel was the third son of John II and Vickdorany Pigman. Records in the Land Office (HR) in Annapolis prove that Nathaniel Pigman was Matthew Pigman's brother. The date of 1735 has been given for this birth and accepted by the DAR, although no proof of this has been found. We believe he was born not later than 1733, for the following reasons: In 1756 he was on the Rock Creek Parish vestry list of bachelors and in 1758 he paid a tax of 5 shillings on property in Prince George's P.E. Parish as "a bachelor of 25 and up" on Rock Creek (Scharf, 1968). In 1762 Nathaniel married Anna (Nancy) Waters in Anne Arundel (Now Howard) County. The exact date is not known, but it was after 28 October because on that date Nathaniel sold 25 acres of DICKERSONS LOTT RESURVEYED to Surrat Dickson for L20 and no dower was waived, indicating that he was unmarried at that time.

There is some question as to the parentage of Nancy. Newman in his "Anne Arundel Gentry, 1st Ed.", states that she was the daughter of John and Charity (Ijams) Waters. There seems to be a preponderance of evidence, however, that she was the first child of Joseph and Mary (Plummer) Waters, born 27 August, 1735 (AA Trinity Parish Register, 2nd Book). Nathaniel and Nancy named their first son Joseph Waters Pigman, 4 February, 1765 (Fred Rock Creek Parish, Original Record). On 30 October, 1765, Nathaniel was on a Testamentary Bond for Joseph Waters, Mary Waters, Executrix (AA Testamentary L 41 F 224). Joseph's birth is recorded as 27 January, 1711, the son of Samuel and Jan (________) Waters (PG Queen Anne Parish).

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VEIRS, DANIEL SR., Frederick Co. 26 Jan, 1766; 16 Oct, 1766
To wife, land called "None Eatton," lying in Frederick Co., 109 A.; at her decease, to sons John and William.
To son Daniel, 40 A.
To son Nehemiah, 50 A., being pt. of resurvey on "Dublin," the plantation whereon he now resides. Desire plantation whereon I live, called Rumpunch" and 10 A. out of the resurvey called Dublin," lying on the west side of "Rumpunch' afsd., and 46 A. out of the resurvey on Rumpunch.
Residue of estate to daus. Anne and Elizabeth.
Ex: Son Daniel.
Wit: Serratt Dickason, Nathaniel Pigman, Wm. Cahill. 35. 209
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Montgomery County Land Records, 1777-1781; Liber A1, Page 389. Nov 10, 1779 from William Ridgely Farmer of M, to Nathaniel Pigman of M, for 2114 £13 shillings, part of a tract of land called Samuels Chance, lying near the head of Hawlings River, laid out for about 61 acres. Signed - William Ridgely Farmer. Wit - Sam. W. Magruder*, Henry Gaither*. Keziah, wife to the sd William Ridgley Farmer, relinquished her right of dower to the within mentioned land. Recorded Nov 12, 1779.
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Montgomery County Land Records, 1777-1781; Liber A1, Page 592. Nov 27, 1780 from Nathanial Pigman of M, to William Gaither of M, for 10 £sterling, part of a tract of land called Samuels Chance, lying near the head of Hawlings River, laid out for about 61 acres. Signed - Nathaniel Pigman. Wit - Edwd Burgess*, Henry Gaither*. Ann, the wife of sd Nathaniel Pigman, relinquished her right of dower to the within mentioned land. Recorded Jan 2, 1781. 
Pigman, Nathaniel (I033076)
 
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NATHANIEL PIGMAN (John II, John I)


Nathaniel was the third son of John II and Vickdorany Pigman. Records in the Land Office (HR) in Annapolis prove that Nathaniel Pigman was Matthew Pigman's brother. The date of 1735 has been given for this birth and accepted by the DAR, although no proof of this has been found. We believe he was born not later than 1733, for the following reasons: In 1756 he was on the Rock Creek Parish vestry list of bachelors and in 1758 he paid a tax of 5 shillings on property in Prince George's P.E. Parish as "a bachelor of 25 and up" on Rock Creek (Scharf, 1968). In 1762 Nathaniel married Anna (Nancy) Waters in Anne Arundel (Now Howard) County. The exact date is not known, but it was after 28 October because on that date Nathaniel sold 25 acres of DICKERSONS LOTT RESURVEYED to Surrat Dickson for L20 and no dower was waived, indicating that he was unmarried at that time.

There is some question as to the parentage of Nancy. Newman in his "Anne Arundel Gentry, 1st Ed.", states that she was the daughter of John and Charity (Ijams) Waters. There seems to be a preponderance of evidence, however, that she was the first child of Joseph and Mary (Plummer) Waters, born 27 August, 1735 (AA Trinity Parish Register, 2nd Book). Nathaniel and Nancy named their first son Joseph Waters Pigman, 4 February, 1765 (Fred Rock Creek Parish, Original Record). On 30 October, 1765, Nathaniel was on a Testamentary Bond for Joseph Waters, Mary Waters, Executrix (AA Testamentary L 41 F 224). Joseph's birth is recorded as 27 January, 1711, the son of Samuel and Jan (________) Waters (PG Queen Anne Parish).
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Montgomery County Land Records, 1777-1781; Liber A1, Page 592. Nov 27, 1780 from Nathanial Pigman of M, to William Gaither of M, for 10 £sterling, part of a tract of land called Samuels Chance, lying near the head of Hawlings River, laid out for about 61 acres. Signed - Nathaniel Pigman. Wit - Edwd Burgess*, Henry Gaither*. Ann, the wife of sd Nathaniel Pigman, relinquished her right of dower to the within mentioned land. Recorded Jan 2, 1781. 
Waters, Anne (I043086)
 
325

Nov 1 1776 Daniel Triplett Elizabeth Richards King George 
Triplett, Daniel (I042290)
 
326

only the st. mary's record in the following records appears to be for this Charles Gordon
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Hannah Johnson 89.326 CE £96.14.7 Jul 28 1766 Nov 7 1766
Appraisers: Richard Thompson, Jr., James Bouldin.
Creditors: Richard Thomas, Charles Gordon.
Next of kin: Patience Taylor, Jeremiah Taylor.
Administrator: Jeremiah Taylor.
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HUGHS, JAMES, SR., Cecil Co. 1 Aug, 1766; 7 Jan, 1767
To son James Hughes and hrs., dwelling house and plantation, grist mill, all my land adjoining and personal estate.
Desire daus. Sarah and Jemimah have estate, unless son James, pay funeral charges, and make sale of sd. land and mill.
To son James, lot in Fredk. Town., No. 43, with stone house thereon, opposite lot of George and William Buck, Esq.
My pew in this parish church for use of my three children.
To daus. Sarah and Jemimah Hughs, houses and lot in Frederick Town where I formerly lived, now occupied by John Welch; adjoining the lot, said to belong to Charles Gordon, No. 21, together with my lot, opposite thereto, called The Fruit Lot," No. 54, and one other lot adjoining thereto, No. 20, and land adjoining David Witherspoon.
Ex: James Hughes.
Wit: Thos. Lloyd, John Copin, Henry Pennington. Pennington, (written thus in paragraph of probate. The signing of sd. name being written 'Dennington.')
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ANDS, THOS. BEDINGFIELD, Cecil Co., of Chester, Maryland. 22 Feb, 1768; 28 Oct, 1769
Children: Thos. Bedingfield Hands, Margaret and Elizabeth Hands.
Son-in-law: Thomas Smith.
Mentioned: Sarah Nowell of Barbadoes.
Grandchildren: Sarah Smith.
Tracts: Stephen Heath Manner"; mentions land in Great Britain. W
Wit: J. Nicholson, George Garnett, Chas. Gordon. 37. 380
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Thomas Wood 5.387 D KE 218.6.2 Sep 18 1770
Sureties: Joseph Nicholson, Jr., Charles Gordon.
Distribution to: Representatives unknown to this Office.
Administrator: Joseph Nicholson, Sr., Esq.
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John Gale, Jr. 101.65 KE £55.12.0 Mar 4 1769 Jun 6 1769
Appraisers: Joshua Lamb, Macall Medford.
Creditors: John Corse, Charles Gordon attorney for William Mcilvaine.
Next of kin: John Gale, Rasin Gale.
Administratrix: Phebe Gale.
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Mr. Thomas Garnett 103.58 KE £640.3.3 Apr 28 1770
Appraisers: J. Nicholson, Jr., Charles Gordon.
Creditors: Thomas Smyth,
Next of kin: William Garnett, Jo. Garnett.
Administratrix: Mary Garnett.
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John Miles 6.266 D SM £106.0.10 Apr 28 1774
Sureties: James Jordan, Charles Gordon.
Distribution to: Representatives unknown to this Office.
Administrator: Mr. John Miles. 
Gordon, Charles (I044548)
 
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p. 328 I THOMAS BOWTS being very sick and weak and in my Perfict Sinces I Command my Soul. to god and my body to earth.
Itim I give to my Son THOMAS BOWTS one shilling and no more.
Item I give to my Son JOHN BOTTS one shilling and no more.
Item 1 give unto my Son MOSES BOTTS one shilling and no more.
Itim I give unto my Son ANON BOTTS 1 sh. and no more.
Item I give unto my Grandson ARCHABELL BOTTS 1 shilling and no more.
itim 1 give unto my son SETH BOTTS all the moveables that he has in his possession and part of ten head of cattele, if they are alive at the Spring or part what is alive at the Spring and part of eleven head of hogs, if they are alive or part of what is alive next fall and half the Tobacco that can be got in after the debts is paid.
I give unto my son Seth Botts all that I have left him to maintain his mother as long as she lives and berry her in a Christian manner.
Item 1 give unto my friend ROBERT ASBEE all the moveables that he has in his pessesson, and part of Ten head of cattel it they are alive at the Spring or part of what is alive at the Spring and part of eleven head of hogs if they are alive or part of what is alive next fall and half the tobacco that can be got in after the debts is paid four Sows and piggs and one planation mare I give unto my friend Robert Asbee all that I have left him to maintain me and to berry me in a Christian manner this is my last will and testament.
Presence Charles Harding,
John Carpenter, Robert Asbee Jurir. Thomas Botes Febrey 17 day 1741/42
At Court held for Stafford Gounty 11th May 1742 Robert Asbee presented last will of THOMAS BOTTS deced (and not being named Executor therein prayed administration of the said Estate with the will of said Thomas annexed) made oath .. further proved ., admitted to record .. Certificate granted for obtaining Letters of Administration in due form.
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STAFFORD COUNTY VA DEED BOOK J; 1722-1728; THE ANTIENT PRESS; pg 289-290
This Indenture made 13th July 1726 bet..WILLIAM DAYTON and MARY his wife of Spotslvania County and THOMAS BOTTS of Stafford County .. for sum One thousand pounds of Tobacco and two thousand ten penney ..... to us paid we do acknowledge ourselves to be fully contented and paid .. grant 100 acres on south side of Potomack Runn said land being part of a greater tract formly granted to FFRANCIS WADDINGTON of said County deced and conveyed by Ffrancis Waddington Son by deed to JOHN TRAMMEL and by Trammel convey'd to JOHN R0BERTS and by Roberts conveyed by deed to William Dayton & Mary his Wife as by Deed On record of Stafford County .. land being (Vitz.) at a red oak corner tree of a percell of land formerly sold by John Trammel to LEWIS GRIFFIS standing On the West ward bound line of tha laid great tract andextending thence North .. to white oak corner tree of this land ..
Presence Henry Field,
John x Bell
At Court continued , held for Stafford County ye 13th July 1726 .. William Dayton and Mary .. acknowledged this their deed and the said Mary being first privately examined relinquished the right to the said land ... admitted to record. 
Botts, Thomas (I038183)
 
328

p. 85 - Elias YATES; will pros. by Mary YATES, ex; prov. by Mr. Thomas LLOYD and William SMITH; prob. to ex; 1 Feb 1692/93. [Elias YATES mar. Mary HUDSON by 1679. MRC, p. 238. Their dau., Priscilla, was b. in 1681. NFPR, p. 207.)

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Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 7, Part II - 1686-1688; Antient Press: p 397-398
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents yt: wee THOMAS SNEAD, FRANCIS TAYLER and ELIZABETH TAYLER, his Wife, have for a valuable consideracon in hand reced sold unto WILLIAM SMITH in ye County of Rappa: in Virginia Planter his heires a certain tract of land containing about Fifty acers more or less scituate on the North side of River upon the lower side of CHARLES BEAVER DAM the Run thereof being the bounds on one side and then along the line of MATTHIAS YOUNG to his former tree, thence down a branch to the line of DAVID STERNE and soe along his line till you come to ye Run againe which includes such a parcel! as above mentioned, To have and to hold the aforesd parcel! of land with all priviliges and appurtinances belonging without any molestation of us or either of our heires or any person claiming any title thereunto and wee ye sd THOMAS SNEAD, FRANCIS TAYLER and ELIZABETH his Wife will acknowledge ye sale in ye County Court of Rappa: upon reasonable request that it may be there recorded according to Law In Witness hereunto wee have sett our hands and settles this 20th day of March 1687/8
Teste JAMES HARRISON, THOMAS SNEAD
ANN MOTT FRANCIS TAYLER
ELIZABETH TAYLER
Recognitr in Cur Com Rappa 23 die Martii 1687/8 et recordr. 26th die
I the Subscriber doe hereby authorize Mr. JAMES HARRISON or Mr. ARTHUR SPICER or either of them to be my Attorney to acknowledge the sale of a parcell of land of Fifty acers unto WILLIAM SMITH as by Deed may appeare being joyned in ye take with my Brother, THOMAS SNEAD, and my Husband as Witness my hand this 22nd day of March 1687/8
ELIZABETH TAYLER 
Smith, William (I084865)
 
329

Pensioned for the War of 1812. Was a farmer. Death Certificate s tates that he was a son of William Gaines of Prince William Co. , Virginia and was born there. 1850 Fairfax County, Virginia, Fe deral Census, unknown township, page 137 , image 57. 
Gaines, William Pendleton (I026845)
 
330

Peter (?) (drowned himself, servant to Stephen Wright) bur. 13 Aug 1702.
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Mr. Ferdinand° Batty 25.275 I AA £420.16.4 Jun 22 1706
Appraisers: Samuel]. Chambers, Thomas Larkin.
Mentions: Capt. Thomas Cleeves, Capt. Richard Spracklin.
Legatees: Mary Batty, Elisabeth Batty, John Brewer.
Mentions: executrix Elisabeth Batty (deceased).
List of debts (for Elisabeth Batty): Capt. Richard Jones, Anthony Smith, Richard Harwood, Mr. John Gresham, William Barton, Stephen Right, Thomas Lynes.
Marcy, William, Somerset Co., 24th Oct., 1709 ;
24th July, 1710.
To eld. son Stephen and hrs., 300 A. where William Breatharcl lives.
To young. son William and hrs., dwelling plantation, -.
To dau. Sarah and hrs., 350 A., "Unity," to pass to son Stephen and hrs.
To wife Sarah and hrs., 500 A., "Pardennerscoys" in the Indian Town, 100 A., "Wolf Den" and 100 A., "Providence."
To brother Alex. Marcy, tract of 200 A. which he bought of testator.
To brothers Barnett Ramsey and John Marcy, personalty.
To wife and child., residue of estate; sons to be of age at 21 yrs., dau. at 16.
Overseer: Brother Stephen Wright.
Test: Edward Roberts, Richd. Holland„ Wm. Fousitt. 13. 132

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James Parnell 28.42 A AA £133.3.6 £51.7.7 Mar 16 1707
Received from: Nicholas Sporne, William Mitchell, Hester Groce, John Reddett. Payments to: Thomas Reynolds, Thomas Orem, James Sanders due to Jacob Regnier, David Macklefresh, Otho Holland, Alexander Dehinioyossa, William Wootton, John Shuter, John Gresham, Sr., Neale Clark, Nicholas Smith, Rebecca Darby, Stephen Wright, Pytherton & Lynham paid to James Heath, Joseph Mead, Thomas Bordley.
Administratrix: Jane Sanders, wife of Mr. James Sanders. She is executrix of William Cotter who was administrator of deceased.
===
James Parnall 35A.261 A AA £133.3.6 £88.12.6 Nov 28 1714
Received from: William Mitchell, Hester Gross, John Rigett, Nicholas Sporne. Payments to: John Gresham, Richard Owen, Nicholas Smith, David Mackelfresh, Mahelbill Holland, Neall Clark, William Cocker, Alexander Dehinoyossa, John Hill, Jacob Regnier, Thomas Oram, Mr. Bordley, John Contee, Esq., William Taylard, William Wooten, John Sutor, Stephen Wright.
Administrators: Capt. James Sanders and his wife Jane Sanders.
=== legatee
James Carroll (gentleman) 15.41 A AA £1642.13.8 £2407.17.0 Jul 23 1736
Received from: Charles Carroll, Esq. (accountant), John Parran, Jonathon Scarth, Joseph Addams, Mr. Henry Darnall.
Payments to: Mr. George Thorold, Mrs. Jobson, Mrs. Harvey, Amos Woodward, Charles Cole, James Walker, Thomas Humphrys, Joseph Cowman, William Dainty, Samuell Minskie, William Parks, Ralph Smith, Jo. Welsh, John Docwra, John
Reynolds, Nicholas St. Lawrence, Playfay, Thomas Cooley, Peter Hume,
John Jordan, Mrs. Macnemarra, Dr. Charles Carroll (accountant), Charles Carroll, Esq. (accountant), Peter Overrard, Patrick Creagh, James Lee, George Neilson, William Ghiselin for fees on commission to examine accounts between deceased & Thomas Colmore, Joshua George for William Hunt (merchant in London), per deceased's will for James & Henry Carroll (sons of Michaell Carroll), per deceased's will for Anthony Carroll (son of Daniell Carroll), John Lawsan, Samuell McCubbins, Mr. Danniell Carroll, Humphry Meredith, Zacharia Maccubbin, Edmond Jennings, John Beale, Mr. Jennings, Samuell Chew (administrator of Phill. Loyde), Mr. Stoaks, Edmond Jennings, Esq., Danniell Carroll, Thomas Clerk, James Govan, Richard Francis, Thomas Gassaway, Mr. William Cumming for suit assigned by Patrick Andrews, Edmond Benson, Danniell Dulany.
Legatees: Richard Croxall and his wife (unnamed), Anthony Carroll paid to Dominick Carroll.
List of debts: Charles Ascombe, John Bruff, James Bradfoord, William Beech, David Beal, John Burgis, John Boyde, Samuell Burgess, John Barrott, Robert Barry, Addam Brown, Charles Lord Baltimore, John Christian, Samuell Chambers, John Chock, William Chapman, John Cooke, Robert Cavey, Thomas Crouch, Samuell Chew, Sr., Lawrence Collachone, Jonathon Covill, Danniell Callinswood, John Campbell, William Chandler, Benjamin & Joseph Cheney, Thomas Clark, John Craw, William Copland, Domnick Carroll, Anthony Drew, Ann Douglass, George Douglas, Bryan Duffy, Daniell Dulany, Esq., John Diggs, Philip Dee, William Douglas, Charles Diggs, Robert Durham, Vachell Denton, Samuell Day, Michael Deane, Joseph England, John Farrell, Alexander Falconer, James Forrest, David Gray, Robert Grimmatt, Thomas Gwibert, William Grant, Farrell Gallaugher, Mary Glover, Mary Hopper, Isaac Hyde, Thomas Holland, Paul Hoy, Andrew Hillman, Luke Howard, John Hanbury, John Hawkins, Joseph Hollbrooke, John Hadden, MM John Hyde & Co., Stephen Higgens, Robert Jubb, Peter Impey, John Jefferson, James Jones, Florence Jameson, Richard King, Fergus Kelley, Thomas Linthicum, Richard Mount, Charles Macdaniel, James Mullicane, Mr. Richard Moore, Danniell Mariartee, James Morris, Humphry Meredith, Robert Miller, Alexander Maccarty, John Maubin, John Nicholson & Phi. Pyburn, Peter Pinkstone, Philip Pindle, John Plummer, John Parran, James Powell, Mary Power, William Purdey, William Pouteny, Mary Preston, Michaell Riggan, Thomas Reynolds, Samuell Ranger, Christopher Randall, Robert Ridgley, Aaron Rawlins, Thomas Rickotts, George Roberts, John Stokes, Richard Symson, John Snow, William Summers, John Smith, Thomas Sharpe, Nicholas St. Lawrence, John Spice, Mr. Nicholas Seawill, Patrick Sympson, Michael Taylor, Lewis Thomas, Thomas Tucker, Peter Seewill, John Tradane, Stephen Wright, William Wager, Edmund Wayman, Stephen West, Henry Wharton & Charles Diggs, John Williams, Thomas Wells, Roger Woolfoord, Richard Watersell, Thomas Wainwright, Thomas Varnell, Thomas Lingan, Samuell Maccubbin, Turner Wooton & Richard Tucker, Dr. Samuell Chew, William Young, Thomas Butler.
Executors: Charles Carroll, Esq., Dr. Charles Carroll.

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Volume 75, Page 729, Bacon's Laws of Maryland
https://msa.maryland.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc2900/sc2908/000001/000075/html/am75--204.html

CHAP. V.
An Act to supply certain Defects in the conveying of Lands from Matthew Beard
to Stephen Wright; and from Stephen Wright to Samuel Chambers, of
Ann-Arundel County, Gent. Lib. LL. N° 4. fol. 123. PR.
Passed 3d June 1715

Whereas Matthew Beard late of Ann arundell County in the province of Maryland Carpenter by his Deed of bargain & Sale bearing date the Twelfth day of November Anno Dom one thousand and seven hundred and eight for the Consideration of twenty five pounds Sterling granted and sold unto Stephen Wright of the same County and province Planter and to his heirs and Assignes forever the moyety or half parte of a Tract or parcell of land Called Timber neck Lying in Ann arundell County on the South Side of South River on the West side of a Creek Called Jaccobs Creek Beginning at a marked red oake standing upon a point and running for breadth West South west up the Creek one hundred and Sixty perches to a marked Oak by a Marish side being a bounded tree of Richard Beards on the west by Beards line drawn west and by north two hundred perches to a marked pock hiccory and by a line drawn north and by East from the said Pock hiccory fifty perches to a marked red oake in the line of Richard Chenys land and by Chenys line East south East twenty five perches to a marked white oake bounded on the North by a line drawn North north East from the said Oak one hundred perches to a marked Pock hiccory and from the said Pock hiccory north East and by North to a marked Oake by a Branch in the line of the land laid out for Murreen Duvall and William Young on the East by the said Land on the south by Jacobs Creek Containing and laid out for two hundred acres more or less being formerly granted to Richard Uggins and John Wheeler that is to say that moyety or halfe parte of the said Tract of land Called Timber neck formerly Occupied by the said John Wheeler and late in the Tenure or Occupation of William Bateman of Ann arundell County late deced as by the same Deed duly Executed and acknowledged and now remaining upon the land Records of Ann Arundell County in the Bookmarked P L page four hundred and Eighty two reference being thereto had may more at Large appear And whereas the said Stephen Wright by his Deed of Bargaine and Sale bearing date the Sixteenth day of May Anno Domini Seventeen hundred and Eleven for the Consideration of Thirty five pounds Sterling granted and sold the said moyety or halfe part of the Tract of land aforesaid unto Samuell Chambers of the same County and Province Gentleman and to his heirs and Assignes forever as by the Deed thereof duly Executed and acknowledged and now remaining upon the same land records and in the same Book aforementioned page four hundred and Eighty five reference being thereto Likewise had may more fully appeare. But forasmuch as the said Stephen Wright Omitted to get his aforementioned Deed from Matthew Beard Recorded in time so that by the Act of Assembly of this province for Quieting possessions Enrolling Conveyances and secureing the Estates of purchasers no Estate in the said land was past thereby and for that the said Matthew Beard and Stephen Wright are Both since deceased And for that the said Samuel Chambers on finding the said first mentioned Deed not recorded Omitted Recording the said Deed from Wright to himself well knowing the Recording the said Deed would avail him nothing unless he Could procure a Confirmation of the aforementioned first Deed so that Neither of the said Deeds were recorded within the Express time Limitted by the act afd Whereupon the said Samuel Chambers being otherwise Remediless has petitioned this present Generall Assembly for relief in this Behalfe and for that the Truth of the premises is Sufficiently made appeare and that the Considerations of the said respective Sales have been duly paid and that the Petitioners case most properly requires an Equitable reliefe by an Act to be past in his favour. It is therefore humbly praid that it may be Enacted. 
Wright, Stephen (I132667)
 
331

Prince George's Land Records 1710-1717 - Liber F - Folio 9: Indenture, 16 Oct 1709
From: John Deakins, planter of Prince George's County, and Mary his wife
To: John Bradford, merchant of Prince George's County
For £8 a parcel of land called Seaman's Delight; 100 acres of His Lordships Manor of Zachiah in Prince George's County; now called As Good As Any lying in Prince George's County
Signed: John Deakins
Witnessed: Robert Orme, James Wapple (mark), William Joseph
Memo: 16 Oct 1710 Mary Deakins wife of John acknowledged deed before Robert Bradley
Alienation: John Bradford paid 4s for 100 acres
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Prince George's Land Records 1710-1717 - Liber F - Folio 48:
Indenture, 29 Oct 1710
From: John Deakin, carpenter of Prince George's County
To: Josiah Willson of Prince George's County
For 50£two parcels totalling 132 acres; 100 acres part of a tract called Mount Calvert Manor on the west side of the Patuxent in the freshes near Charles Branch; bounded by Christopher Beane's land called Brooke Ridge Manor; for 87 years the purchaser or his heirs will on the 25 day of December pay to the seller two ears of Indian Corn
Signed: John Deakins (seal)
Witnessed: John Wall, Rich. Groome
Memo: Mary Deakins examined outside the hearing of her husband by Robert Bradley Alienation: 27 Mar 1711 Major Josiah Willson paid 2e/8p for 132 acres of land 
Deakins, Mary MNU (I044469)
 
332

Prince George's Land Records 1739-1743 - Liber Y - Page 282.
May 11, 1741 from Francis Collier of PG, planter, son and heir of Charles Collier of PG, decd, which sd Charles Collier was heir at law to Francis Collier of PG, Gent., his uncle, decd, to James Edmonston of PG, Gent. Whereas by deed dated Mar 27, 1714 between Benjamin Dowglass of Charles County, planter, grandson & heir at law of John Dowglass, late of the same county, Gent., of the one part, and the sd Francis Collier (the uncle of the sd Charles Collier, which sd Charles Collier was father to the now Francis Collier, party to these presents), by which deed it was recited that whereas the sd John Dowglass, in his lifetime, was seized of a parcel of land lying in the Freshes of Petuxent River in PG called Cold Spring Manor, containing 1050 acres & by his will dated Dec 14, 1678, devised to his son, John Dowglass, father to the sd Benjamin, 550 acres of land, being part of Cold Spring Manor, when he arrived at age 21, with all the privileges belonging to the Lord of a Manor and to his hetrs, which parcel of 550 acres the sd John Dowglass, father of the sd Benjamin Dowglass, by his PG deed, sold to sd Francis Collier, and whereas likewise, by PG deed dated May 27, 1701 between Joseph Dowglass of Charles County, Gent., of the one part, and the afd Francis Collier decd of the other part, sd Joseph Dowglass sold to sd Francis Collier, part of a tract of land containing 1050 acres of land called Cold Spring Manor, formerly granted to Capt Josias Fendall, bounded by a parcel of land that John Dowglass sold to sd Collier standing on the brow of a hill between the two branches of Fendalls Fresh, containing 100 acres. Now this deed witnesses that the sd Francis Collier, party to these presents, for 30 E, sells to sd James Edmonston, all the sd tract of land containing 550 acres, and all that other tract of land containing 100 acres. Signed - Francis Collier. Wit - Thos Dawson, James Kendall, Thos Owen*, Jno Hawkins Jr*. Received of Mr. James Edmonston (by the hands of Mr. John Hawkins Jr), the alienation fine. Recorded May 20, 1741.
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1767-1769; Liber BB 2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 338. At the request of John Clagett s/o Edward the following Deed was recorded December 10, 1768
Indenture made December 6, 1768; John Clagett s/o Edward in consideration of 30 pounds sterling and 5 pounds current money of Maryland paid by John Clagett as also for diverse other good causes and considerations him thereunto moving has sold part of a tract called "Cool Spring Manor" whereon the said Evans now dwelleth containing 60 acres which was formerly sold to the said John Evans grandfather John Evans by Guy White beginning at a bounded white oak the northernmost corner tree of 50 acres of land the said Evans bought of Mr. Francis Collier and intersecting the line of 100 acres of land that Francis Collier bought last of Joseph Douglass. Signed John Evans in the presence of and acknowledged before David Craufurd, Alexander Symmer and at the same time Catherine Evans wife of John Evans relinquished her right of dower

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1748-1752 Frederick County MD Land Records {Patricia Abelard Andersen}
pg 107-108:CharlesBuseyrecorded 22 Nov 1749; made21Nov. Francis Collier of FC planter for 25 pounds, sells tract called "Cool Spring Manor," M&B given, on south side ofMonocasy, containing 50 acres more or less, Signed Francis Collier, in presence of Edward Busey signed by mark B. and Pearre. Receipt acknowledged before William Griffith, Jno Rawlins. 2 shillings sterling alienation fine received by John Darnall.
===
1748-1752 Frederick County MD Land Records {Patricia Abelard Andersen}
pg. 427-429. Stephen Newton Chiswell recorded 5 Aug. 1751, made 15 June 1751, between Francis Collier of FC, planter; for 6 pounds 6'shillings, sells tract called "What you Will" on the east side of Broad Run, into Potomac, near the head of said run; M&B given, 50 acres; signed Francis Collier before John Darnall, William Darnall. Deed ack., Rachel wife of Francis Collier examined apart released dower. receipt and AF recorded. 
Collier, Francis (I015275)
 
333

Richard Baly 16.70 A AA £470.10.11 £21.19.8 {1698}
Payments to: Dr. Moore, William Mitchell on account of his wife (unnamed), Edward Saunders, William Smith, William Coventry, Jacob Goy, Edward Gibbs, Joseph Pettibone, Richard Todd, Stephen Blatchfoord.
Legatees: wife (unnamed), William Smith, Edward Gibbs.
Executor: Joshua Meriken 
Mitchell, William (I100435)
 
334

Sanford was the postmaster in Petersburg, Boone County, Kentuck y in 1880. 
Botts, Sanford Gaines (I026730)
 
335

September 1832 Charles A. Marshall Phebe Anne Paxton
Bondsman: John M. Dukes 
Family F03590
 
336

She came to Parks, Arkansas with her father. Not md, she is buri ed on the Gaines Plantation 
Gaines, Elizabeth (I026780)
 
337

She never married
Born Blind 
Triplett, Maria (I026706)
 
338

Solomon Sparrow 19.415 A AA £226.10.3 289.8.2 Jun 27 1743
A second inventory is cited in the amount of £31.9.2.
Received from: Kezar Knighton, Robert Steward, Francis Woolf, William Lewis. Payments to: Samuel Preston Moore, Mr. William Chapman, Richard Briant,
Cassandra White, Elisabeth Wintersell, Capt. Joseph Cowman, John Jacobs, John
Watts.
Executrix: Charity Sparrow, wife of William Selman. 
Stewart, Robert (I107705)
 
339

Sparacio, comps. Deed Abstracts of Loudoun County, Virginia (1762-1765)
(McLean, Virginia:P.p.,1987)

p. 19 At a court held 13th May 1760...Bond acknowledged...ordered to be recorded.
Indenture made 24th March 1763 between Charles Green Clerk of Parish
Truro and county Fairfax and Margaret his wife of one part and William Allan and
John Violet of county Loudoun Planters...for sum One hundred and seventy four
pounds current money of Virginia (being after the rate of Ten pounds per
hundred for land hereafter described according to a survey of same made by Mr.
William West Junr.)... have sold land in their actual possession by virtue of a
sale made to Joseph & William Allen dated May 18, 1759 (but Joseph Allen
consenting that on certain conditions that this deed shall be made to John Violet
Jointly with William Allen in his stead)...all that parcel of land with its
appurtenances being in counties Loudoun and Fauquier granted Charles Green by deed from Proprietors office for 1150 acres dated July the 21st 1742 beginning at a Chestnut tree and two white oaks corner trees to Mr. Landon Carter, George
Carter & John Warner running with line of John Warner...corner to Capt
Grayson...to line of Nathaniel Brown...containing 1400 acres including a survey of
Edward Garret's for 249 acres so there remains 1150 acres of land...
Presence Joseph X Allen, Cha. Green
Edward X Seed, Edward X Violet, Margt. Green
Ewell X Violet, Henry X Wingate
At a court held 11th May 1763...Indenture proved...ordered to be recorded.


p. 45 Indenture made 27th August 1763 between Richard Nelson and Elizabeth
his wife of county Loudoun of one part and Edward Garrat of same county ...for
sum Thirty pounds...sold all right of dowry in and to a tract of land granted
unto Edward Garrett Deceased in year 1742 beginning at a white oak on North
side the Beaver Dam Branch of Goose Creek...to three red oaks opposite to a
cliff of rocks on Goose Creek...containing 249 acres...
Presence William Stephens,
Richard X Nelson
Thomas Owsley, Josias Settle
Elizabeth X Nelson
At a court held 13th March... Indenture and Receipt and Memorandum of livery
of seisin endorsed proved...at another court held 10th April in the year
aforesaid Indenture Receipt and memorandum where further proved...ordered to be recorded.
===
Northern Neck Warrants and Surveys Vol IV, Fairfax Co. Va {Peggy Joyner}
EDWARD GARRETT, 30 Oct. 1741 - 5 Feb. 1741/ 42; 249 a. on br Beaver Dam of Goose Crk. CC - Thos Owsley & Nichs Garret. Surv. William West. 
Garrett, Edward T. (I026867)
 
340

Stephen CAWOOD II was born 13 SEP 1765 in Charles County, Maryland, USA, and died 3 FEB 1806 in Claiborne County, Tennessee, USA. He married Sarah KELLER 7 DEC 1790 in Washington, District of Colombia, USA. She was born ABT 1758 in Claiborne County, Tennessee, USA, and died 1814 in Claiborne County, Tennessee, USA. 
Cawood, Stephen (I022130)
 
341

Sutherd has her name only as "Anne," but further research has sh own that her full name was Nancy Anne. 
Gaines, Nancy Anne (I026821)
 
342

The Journal of Christopher Gist, 1750-1751 from the book "Annals of Southern Virginia, 1769-1800" Abingdon, Va., by Lewis P. Summers, 1929
===
From Colonial Families of the United States of America: Volume 7, pge240

"COLONEL CHRISTOPHER GIST of Mt. Braddock, Fayette County, Pennsylvania; b. in Maryland about 1706, and d. in 1759, of small pox in South Carolina or Georgia. He was first a merchant in BaltimoreTown, but failed in business and made an assignment to his relatives,CROMWELL and STANSBURY, in 1745. In 1750 he styled himself as "late of Baltimore County but then in the Colony of Virginia" and conveyed to Tobias STANSBURY the "Gist Limepits" in Baltimore County. He later settled on the Yadkin, in Virginia, and was undoubtedly the most famous scout and first renowned explorer of the Ohio River and Valley through the present states, West Virginia, Kentucky and Ohio, as agent of the Ohio Company. This was in 1750; and he was associated with Gen. George WASHINGTON as Indian scout and forest ranger, being his guideand companion on the journey to Lake Erie in 1753. He was made Captain of the Rangers, organized in Virginia for the defense of frontier, and served through 1756 and until the company was discharged in 1757. He received various titles of "Scout," "Captain" and "Colonel." With his sons, Nathaniel and Thomas, he took part as guide and scout in BRADDOCK'S expedition. He served with George WASHINGTON in his victory at Great Meadows and in his disaster the next day, 4th July, 1754, at Fort Necessity, when WASHINGTON surrendered to the French, in superior numbers, but with the honors of war. At the battle of BRADDOCK'S Defeat, 9th July, 1755, he was present with his sons, and afterwards raised a Company of Scouts in Maryland and Virginia and rendered efficient service. 1st October, 1755, he was commissioned Lieutenantof the Virginia [p.240] forces and in 1756 was made Captain of aCompany of Scouts. The same year he went to the Carolinas to enlist the Cherokee Indians for the English service, and as late as 1758 was Deputy Agent for Indian Affairs at Fort Frederick, Maryland; he acquired lands in Fayette County, Pennsylvania, which were inherited by his son Thomas; m. Sarah HOWARD, dau. of Joshua and Joanna(O'CARROLL) HOWARD of Baltimore County, Maryland, whose will of 1738 names his daughters, Sarah, Mary and Violetta, who had m. Col. Christopher GIST and his two brothers, Nathaniel and William respectively. "
===
Mr. Richard Gist 26.413 BA £890.9.3 Jan 17 1741 Jan 30 1741
Appraisers: Robert North, G. Walker.
Creditors: Thomas Harrison, Michael Coulter.
Next of kin: Nathaniel Gist, Thomas Gist.
Administrator: Christopher Gist
===
1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Order Book - Colonial Militia; [William Armstrong Crozier]:
At a Court held for Spots. County, February 1780, the following proved their services in the Militia of the Colony 1755 to 1760, raised for the immediate defence thereof:
Nathaniel Gest (or Gist) deposeth and saith that he served in the office of Lieut. in Capt. Christopher Gest's company, raised in 1758, and served until the company was — and also as a Captain in Col. George
Washington's 1st Va. Regiment, raised in 1758, continued as Captain until it was disbanded.
Nathaniel Gest, son and heir of Christopher Gest, Decd., deposeth and saith that the said Christopher Gest was Captain of a Company of Rangers, raised in 1756, for defence of the Frontier, and served until the said company was discharged in 1756. 
Gist, Christopher (I031276)
 
343

The transcription of the Kentucky marriage records has the yea r of marriage as 1810; however, this does not agree with the dat e of birth of Lucy and Mills' oldest child. 
Family F16402
 
344

there is another sarah with the same birth date listed under edward (May 09, 1735)

i would think this sarah was born about 1746 
Lanham, Sarah (I045042)
 
345

Title Carter, Richard.
Publication 1771
Gen. note Part of index to Sussex County Wills and Administrations (1754 - 1800)
Note p. 329-331. Inv. & Appr. rec. 21 Nov. 1771.
Note Will Book B, 1764-1772 (Reel 13) 
Carter, Richard (I062822)
 
346

Title Gatewood, William.
Publication 1789
Note p. 120. Inv. & Appr. rec. 7 Sept. 1789.
p. 133-134. Accounts rec. 7 June 1790.
p. 104-105. Will pro. 1 June 1789.
p. 105-106. Exors. bond rec. 1 June 1789.
Note Will Book No. 3, 1786-1800 (Reel 18) 
Gatewood, William (I062761)
 
347

URL (Click on link) http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=689&last=&g_p=G4&co llection=LO Grant
Title Pindle, Jacob.
Publication 10 October 1786.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Grants A-Z, 1-124, reels 42-190; Virginia State Land Office. Grants 125- , reels 369-.
Note Location: Monongalia County.
Description: 400 acres on the west side of Monongalia River adjoining and between the Settlement right of Jacob Pindle and Jacob LeMasters.
Source: Land Office Grants No. 4, 1786, p. 689 (Reel 70).



URL (Click on link) http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=227&last=&g_p=G6&co llection=LO Grant
Title Pindle, Jacob.
Publication 20 October 1786.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Grants A-Z, 1-124, reels 42-190; Virginia State Land Office. Grants 125- , reels 369-.
Note Location: Monongalia County.
Description: 400 acres on the west side of Monongalia River below Indian Creek including his settlement made in 1775.
Source: Land Office Grants No. 6, 1786, p. 227 (Reel 72).


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Title Pindle, Thomas.
Publication 26 October 1786.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Grants A-Z, 1-124, reels 42-190; Virginia State Land Office. Grants 125- , reels 369-.
Note Location: Monongalia County.
Description: 400 acres adjoining and between lands of said Thomas Pindle and Jacob Pindle on the west side of Monongalia River.
Source: Land Office Grants No. 6, 1786, p. 234 (Reel 72).

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Title Pindle, Jacob.
Publication 27 October 1786.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Grants A-Z, 1-124, reels 42-190; Virginia State Land Office. Grants 125- , reels 369-.
Note Location: Monongalia County.
Description: 500 acres adjoining and between lands of said Jacob Pindle and Thomas Pindle on the west side of Monongalia River.
Source: Land Office Grants No. 7, 1786-1787, p. 48 (Reel 73).

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Title Pindle, Jacob.
Publication 6 August 1787.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Grants A-Z, 1-124, reels 42-190; Virginia State Land Office. Grants 125- , reels 369-.
Note Location: Monongalia County.
Description: 400 acres on the waters of Hellins run including his Settlement made in the year 1772.
Source: Land Office Grants No. 12, 1787, p. 419 (Reel 78).


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Title Pindell, Jacob.
Publication 6 March 1795.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Grants A-Z, 1-124, reels 42-190; Virginia State Land Office. Grants 125- , reels 369-.
Note Location: Monongalia County.
Description: 16 acres adjoining on the west side of his Settlement Survey and adjoining lands of Thomas Pindell, John Hamilton, and one Haskins.
Source: Land Office Grants No. 32, 1794-1795, p. 158 (Reel 98).

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Title Pendell, Jacob.
Publication 17 August 1798.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Grants A-Z, 1-124, reels 42-190; Virginia State Land Office. Grants 125- , reels 369-.
Note Location: Monongalia County.
Grantee(s): Pendell, Jacob, and Downer, John.
Description: 50 acres on Monongalia River adjoining land of Edward Evans, Hannah Scott, &c.
Source: Land Office Grants No. 42, 1798-1799, p. 56 (Reel 108).


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Title Price, Caleb.
Publication 13 July 1810.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Grants A-Z, 1-124, reels 42-190; Virginia State Land Office. Grants 125- , reels 369-.
Note Location: Monongalia County.
Description: 80 acres on the Flaggy Meadow Run adjoining Jacob Pindell, Thomas Pindell.
Source: Land Office Grants No. 60, 1809-1810, p. 528 (Reel 126).


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Title Pindell, Jacob.
Publication 12 June 1813.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Grants A-Z, 1-124, reels 42-190; Virginia State Land Office. Grants 125- , reels 369-.
Note Location: Monongalia County.
Description: 55 acres adjoining and between the land he lives on and lands of Aaron Henry and John Bran on waters of the Meadow Run.
Source: Land Office Grants No. 63, 1812-1813, p. 416 (Reel 129).


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Title Pindell, Jacob.
Publication 12 April 1819.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Grants A-Z, 1-124, reels 42-190; Virginia State Land Office. Grants 125- , reels 369-.
Note Location: Monongalia County.
Description: 70 acres beginning &c. corner to a survey made for Thomas Pindell &c. corner to lands purchased by said J. Pindell from Nicholas Madera.
Source: Land Office Grants No. 68, 1819, p. 114 (Reel 134).


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Title Pindell, Jacob.
Publication 26 October 1819.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Grants A-Z, 1-124, reels 42-190; Virginia State Land Office. Grants 125- , reels 369-.
Note Location: Monongalia County.
Description: 150 acres beginning &c. corner to Thomas Lawley’s survey of 8400 acres on waters of Duncherd Crk.
Source: Land Office Grants No. 68, 1819, p. 375 (Reel 134).

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Title Henry, Otho.
Publication 10 November 1832.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Grants A-Z, 1-124, reels 42-190; Virginia State Land Office. Grants 125- , reels 369-.
Related See also the following surname(s): Henery.
Note Location: Monongalia County.
Description: 13 1/2 acres joining Francis Henry and Jacob Pindall.
Source: Land Office Grants No. 81, 1832-1833, p. 371 (Reel 147). 
Pindle, Jacob (I064955)
 
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Will of Col. Thomas Tabb, of Amelia county, dated April 30, 1769 ; proved December 28, 1769. To daughter Mary Marshall Bolling, £10,000 current money, she to account for one-half of Col Robert Bolling's accounts at my different stores. To Richard Pringle, Richard Booker, Moss Wallace Armistead, and John King, each £50 ; to Charity Buford, Richard Jones, Uriah Jones, William Greenwood, Thomas Harmon, William Southall, and Judith Burton, each £10 ; to Nancy Booker, £60 to be laid out in the purchase of a negro girl, and £15 to buy mourning ; to son John, all the remainder of the estate; and, in case of his failure of heirs, the said property to go to the children of his daughter Mary Marshall Bolling; desires Richard Pringle, Richard Booker, Alexander McNabb, and John King to carry on the business at his different stores, without delay, "in the same manner as they think . I would were I to continue living until the arrival of my son John in Virginia, at which time he is to have the management of my estate." And should he not come to Virginia, then my son-in-law Robert Bolling is to have the management of my estate; son John Tabb, son-in-law Robert Bolling, and friend Richard Pringle, executors. Signed Thomas Tabb. Witnesses: Theo Bland, Jr., Richard Pringle, William Moore, John .King. 
Tabb, Thomas (I074107)
 
349

William Eskridge Jett, son of William Jett (d. 1762) of Loudoun Co. 
Jett, William Eskridge (I026008)
 
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William Mosset 15.214 I £46.8.11 {1697}
Appraisers: Daniell Sherridine, William Herbert.
List of debts: Hugh Ellis, Gabriell Burnham, Edward Wenman, William Herbert, James Cobb, Daniell Sheridine, Michael Taney, John Corke.
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William Moss 16.98 A CA £47.9.3 £50.6.5 Aug 17 1698
A second inventory was cited in the amount of £2.17.2.
Payments to: William Feild, James Cobb, John Manning, executrix of Henry Truman, Joshua Cecill.
Distribution to: executor.
Executor: Michaell Taney.
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Hugh Ellis 18.143 A CA £143.15.2 May 12 1699
Payments to: Symon Wooten, Col. John Bigger, executor of William Moss, Mr. George Lingan, Mr. William Turner, Mr. Hugh Jones, Jonathon Willson assigned to John Maccall, John Siennett, Mr. Thomas Greenfield, Mr. Jones for funeral sermon for a child (unnamed) of the deceased.
Distribution to: Ignatius Sewell who married a daughter (unnamed), Thomas Goslin who married a daughter (unnamed), Charles Fowler who married a daughter (unnamed) of Mordecai Hinton.
Executrix: Ruth Manning, wife of John Manning. 
Mosset, William (I090909)
 

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