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WILSON, HENRY

Prince William County, Va. Will filed July 6, 1778.

s. Russell Wilson

s. Archibald Wilson

s. Jermiah Wilson

d. Agatha Smith

d. Elizabeth Wiginton

s. in l. Benj. Wiginton

Virginia Wills Before 1799 , Page 105
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Prince William Co VA Bond Book 1732-1847
July 6th 1778 (2-128)
Know all Men by these Presents, that we Henry Wilson, Benjamin Wigginton, Thomas Bland and Eli Cleveland, are held and firmly bound to Henry Lee, James Scott, John Hooe, Henry Peyton, James Nisbett, John Murray and William Brent, Gent. Justices of the Court of Prince William County, now sitting, in the sum of five hundred pounds current money. Payment whereof well and truly to be made to the said Justices, and their Successors, we bind ourselves, and each of us, our and each of our Heirs, Executors and Administrators, jointly and severally, firmly by these Presents. Sealed with our Seals, this sixth day of July in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and seventy-eight The Condition of this Obligation is such, That if the above bound Henry Wilson and Benjamin Wigginton, Executors of the Last Will and Testament of Henry Wilson 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 them the said Henry and Benjamin or into the Hands or Possession of any other Person or Persons for them and the same so made, do exhibit into the County Court of Prince William at such Time as they 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, which at any Time shall come to the Hands, Possession, or Knowledge of the said Henry and Benjamin or into the Hands and Possession of any other Person or Persons for them do well and truly administer according to Law; And further do make a True and Just Account of their Actings and doings therein, when thereunto required by the said Court; and also well and truly pay and deliver all the Legacies contained and specified in the said Testament, as far as the said Goods, Chattels and Credits, will thereunto extend, and the Law shall charge: Then this Obligation to be void and of none Effect, else to remain in full Force and Virtue.
Sealed, and delivered, in presence of the Court
Henry Wilson SEAL
Benjamin Wigginton SEAL
Thomas Bland SEAL
Eli Cleveland SEAL 
Wilson, Henry (I041347)
 
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Young, John 23.207 A AA L309.8.0 f13.18.1 May 1747
Legatees: (daughters) Elizabeth, Johannah, wife of Samuel Leatherwood.
Representatives: (unamed) are of age.
Executirx: Margaret Young, now wife of Nicholas Besson 
Young, John (I061972)
 
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1721-1735 King George County Deed Book 1, Part 1, (Antient Press); pp. 168
Indenture 7th December 1723 between HENRY LONG SENIOR Parish of Hanover King George County and WILLIAM SISE of same .. for Deeds of Lease and Release .. sum of Twelve pounds and Sixteen hundred pounds Tobacco .. sold 50 acres beginning Spanish oak in SAMUEL WHARTON'S line; North end of Gingofoagne run; land of JOHN ESTES: JOHN REYNOLDS; main Gingofoage Swamp ..
Presence of Wm. Marshall, Henry Long
Charles Seale
7th December 1723 .. Deeds of Lease and Release recorded.
Know all men .. I HENRY LONG stand indebted to WM. SISE .. Thirty two pounds .. 7th December 1723 .. the condition .. if observe all covenants .. obligation to be void ..
7th December 1723 .. Bond acknowledged. Henry Long
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King George County Inventories
pp. 88 Inventory and appraisement of the Estate of SARAH JONES deced .. items valued and totalled, 20.17.6 ..made by appraisers RICHARD TANKERSLEY, WM. MARSHALL, HENRY LONG ..
At a court held 2d December 1726 .. DANIEL JONES returned this inventory of the estate of SARAH JONES deced .. was ordered to be recorded.

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King George County Deed Book 1 pp. 291-292
Know all men .. I HENRY LONG SENR. of Parish of Hanover County of King George Planter give unto my Daughter MARTHA WHARTON the wife of JOHN WHARTON this Deed of Gift .. one Negro boy called Toby ffive years of age last March 1724/5 .. 1st July 1725.
Presence Sam'l. Wharton, Ann x Wharton Henry Long
6th August 1725 . Deed of Gift recorded.

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1721-1735 King George County Deed Book 1, Part 1, (Antient Press); pp. 345
The Deposition of HENRY LONG of King George County .. aged 76 years or thereabouts .. This Deponent saith that he knew JAMES KAY and WILLIAM KAY two Brothers who often told this Deponent that there were Lancashire men and that the said JAMES was the Elder and this Deponent saith that the said JAMES KAY intermarried with one --- Golson and had issue by her ffour children that this Deponent knew (to wit) JAMES who was the Eldest ROBERT ANN RICHARD and the said JAMES KAY the Son intermarried with one MARY PANNELL and had issue by her a Son named JAMES and other children which said JAMES was the Eldest son of the said JAMES KAY the Son and now Inherits all his said ffather's land within this colony and further this Deponent saith not ..
Court 1st April 1726 .. this Deposition .. presented into court by JAMES KAY and the said HENRY made oath in open Court to the Truth .. at Instance of JAMES MARKHAM is admitted to record.
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1721-1735 King George County Deed Book 1, Part II, (Antient Press); pp. 391-393
Indenture 2nd/3rd November 1726 between ROBERT JOHNSON Parish of Hanover County of King George and HENRY LONG SENR. of same .. by deeds of lease and release .. for 1300 pounds of good Merchantable Tobacco sold 100 acres on North side of the Gravelly Run .. land formerly belonging to HENRY LONG SENR. and by him sold to ROBT. JOHNSON the said land being all I now hold on that side the Gravelly run ..
Presence Sam'l. Wharton,
Robert Johnson
Blomfield Long
4th November 1726 .. Deeds of Lease and Release recorded.
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King George County Deed Book 1 pp. 393-395
Indenture 3rd/4th November 1726 between HENRY LONG SENR. and BLUMFIELD LONG by deeds of Lease and Release .. for 4000 pounds of Tobacco sold 50 acres .. being part of tract taken up by HENRY LONG lying between the line of WILLIAM REYNOLDS aftd the line of SAMUEL WHARTON and the Main Road of this county of King George and down said Whartons line to ye main Swamp ..
Presence Samuel Wharton, Robert Johnson Henry Long
4th November 1726 .. Deeds of Lease and Release recorded.
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King George County Deed Book 1 pp. 624-627
Indenture 24th/25th September 1729 between SAMUEL WHARTON of Parish of Hanover King George County & THOMAS TURNER of same .. by deeds of lease & release .. for One hundred pounds Sterling sold 150 acres .. on northside of branch of gingoteague creek called the Gravelly Run & in the line of HENRY LONG near the Ferry road &running thence down said branch to the main creek of gingoteague .. plantation whereon JOHN WHARTON now dwells; by a strait line to the Ferrys road; includes 150 acres - to back line it being the land whereon EDWARD TURBERVILE now dwells & part of a patent for 250 acres granted unto RALPH WHITEING
11th March 1694/5 ..
Presence Sam'l. Wharton, Isaac x Johnson, Edwd. Rowell Samuel Wharton
3rd October 1729 .. Then came SAMUEL WHARTON acknowledged this Deed .. & BENJAMIN RUSH by virtue of a Power of Attorney from ANN WHARTON Wife of Samuel relinquished her right of dower ..
I ANN WHARTON Wife of SAMUEL .. hereby impower BENJAMIN RUSH
acknowledge my relinquishment . 25th September 1729.
Presence Samuel Wharton, Edwd. Rowell Ann x Wharton
3rd October 1729 .. Power of Attorney recorded.
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1721-1735 King George County Deed Book 1-A, (Antient Press); pp. 120
December the 3d 1730. I HENRY LONG of Parish of Hanover King George County give unto my Daughter MARY TANKERSLY the wife of GEORGE TANKERSLEY a Negro boy named Ben the age of 5 years old the last day of June ..
Presence John Wharton, Henry Long
Christian x Long (her mark)
4th December 1730 .. Then came GEORGE TANKERSLEY presented this Deed of Gift .. ordered to be recorded.
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1735-1752 King George Co VA Deed Book 3
pp. 37-40 Indenture made 4th/5th April 1745 between FRANCIS BALTROP of Hanover Parish King George County & THOMAS TURNER Gent. of same .. by deeds of lease & release .. for sum Thirty five pounds current money doth sell Two peices of Land one whereof containing 33 acres .. beginning on North side of the Main Road just above said Baltrops Corn Feild .. Branch near Arnold's Spring .. line of Thomas Turner to Main Road .. the other containing 20 acres adjoyning the above mentioned .. beginning on Gingoteague run .. to Colo. Turners Line .. Arnolds Line .. Arnolds Spring .. to said two parcels are part of a tract of 200 acres formerly bought by sd Baltrop of HENRY LONG ..
Presence Jos: Robinson, Jos. Strother, Wm. Longmire
At a court held 5th April 1745 .. Deeds of lease & release recorded together with Receipt for consideration money .. (Antient Press)
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1743-1753 King George County Deed Book 3 (Antient Press); pp. 336-339
Indenture made 22nd/23rd April 1750 between SARAH WEATHERS of Hannover Parish King George County & JOHN THORNLEY of same .. by deeds of lease & release .. for sum Thirty five pounds curt: money of Virginia sold 50 acres in Hannover Parish .. beginning Spanish oak in SAMUEL WHARTON'S line .. North side of Jingotague Swamp .. land of JOHN CARTER .. Red oak corner tree of JOHN REYNOLDS .. to Main Swamp .. all of which Tract was by deeds from HENRY LONG unto WILLIAM SAISE {sic SIZE} the Uncle of the aforesaid Sarah Weathers (unto whom by Lienal Descent it desended) ye said Deed 7th December 1723 in records of King George County ..
Presence Stafford Lightbourn, Sarah x Weathers
Isaac Arnold, Samuel Kendall
Elizabeth x Kendall
At a court held 4th May 1750 .. Then came Sarah WITHERS personally into Court & acknowledged this her Release to John Thornley together with Receipt for consideration money .. recorded.
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1753-1773 King George Co., Va - Deed Book; pp. 747-748.
Indenture made 2nd June 1768 between WILLIAM MARSHALL and VERLINDA his wife (who was wife of FRANCIS BALTHROP deceased) of one part and JOHN THORNLEY one of the Inspectors at Gibson's warehouse in county King George .. for sum Thirty pounds current money .. sold the dower or one third part of & in 100 acres of land of her the said Verlinda of which the said Francis Balthrop deceased her late husband died seised .. which land lies on South side gravelly swamp or run commonly called Gingoteague and is part of a larger tract purchased by Francis Balthrop of HENRY LONG ..
Presence Benj. Berry, Wm. Marshall
Robert Strother, Baldwin Berry, Verlinda x Marshall
Reubn. Berry
At a court held 2nd June 1768 .. Deed acknowledged .. ordered to be recorded.
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1753-1773 King George Co., Va - Deed Book; pp. 747-748.
ndenture made 9th May 1768 between BOLER TYER BALTHROP of Provinceof Maryland and ANN his wife and JOHN THORNLEY of county King George .. for sum One hundred pounds current money .. sold parcel of land in county King George containing 100 acres .. beginning at a white oak on south side Gingoteague Swamp a corner to the land of Col. THOMAS TURNER deceased .. land of ZACHEUS WHARTON deceast .. line of WILLIAN WREN deceast ..
Presence Wlliam Pittman, Boler Tyer Balthrop
Thos. Robins, Wm. Marshall. Ann Balthrop
Wm. Thornton. Trhos. Lindrum
At a court held 2nd June 1768 .. Deed proved .. admitted to record
George the Third .. to Coll. JOHN TRIPLETT, WILLIAN THORNTON Gentn. and THOMAS LANDRUN Clerk .. Whereas BOLER TYER BALTHROP and ANN his wife have conveyed to JOHN THORNLEY 100 acres of land .. and Ann Balthrop cannot conveniently travel to our county court .. receive her acknowledgment .. 9th May 1768.
Commission returned 9th May 1768 by William Thornton, Thos. Landrum

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Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 6, pg 159
MR. JAMES HARRISON, JOHN BOWZEE; & ELIZ., MARGERETT, ANN& ELIN MOTT, the 4 Orphans of Mr. Geo. Mott; 9019 acs., on S. side of Rappa. Riv., about 6 mi. up the falls; 29 Nov. 1674, p. 546. Trans. of 180 pers: Jno. Gaile, Tho. Buckler, Edith Stable, Hen. Vincent, Tho. Bell, Wm., West, Eliz. Howell, Tho. Pittman, Jno, Frazell, Elin Thomas. Lewis Boyse, Jno. Williams, Jud. Cooper, Jno. Stephens, Wm. Williams, Jno. Fisher, Peter Holmes, Jno. Chase, Jno. Starky, Jno. Wilson, Robt. Sands, Jno. Vickers, Henry Long, Wm. Smith, Ann Crowch, Fowler Phillips, Doroth. Newcome, Jno. Ward, Jno. Dunn, Bartho. Chandler, Danll. Oneale, Jno, Sampson, Jno. Wiseman, Tho. Eliston, Wm. West, Jno. Sumner, Edwd. Parker, Wm. Steedman, Tho. Nowell, Adam' Hill, Robt. Davis, Jno. Witchell, Mary Knowles, Tho. Butler, Al. Jones, Theo. Piles, Jno. Lucy, Jno. Dugard, Rich. Wakelynn, Jno. Howard, Tho. Warner, Wm. Crostie (?), Wm, Wakelynn, Wm. Jordan, Jno. Bell, Tho. Bunting, Mary Wakelynn, Alice Randolph, Alexdr. Frizell, Wm. Staples, Mary Pettitt, Susan Cooke, Ralph Cole, Mary Williamson, Tho. Watts, Peter Chirpett (or Chripett), David Jnoson, Richd. Webly, Ja. Montron, Sym. Jermans, Rebecca Smith, Tho. Padge, Judeth Jones, Jno. Trelony, Antho. Peterson, Jno. Bickner, Francis Holmwood, Jno. Temple, Jno. Williamson, Robt, Young, Richd. Bickner, Peter Ridley, Rebecca Smith, Wm. Semons, Robt. Readman, Simon Williams, Jno. Paulin, Dorothy Stoakes, Eliz. Watkins, Sampson Eliott, Wm. Hewes, Susan Steele, Jno. Drayton, Hellen Thomas, Jno. Clarke, Mary Price, Peter Rogers, Richd. Hogsdon, Jno. Knowles, Simond Bland, Ralph Eliott, Tho, Averie, Thu. Wood, Ja. Price, Cha. Cox, Tho. Darnell, Wm. Lambe, Jea. Reanold, Darby Swillivant. Robt. Mosse, Tho, Jones, Tho. Well, Tho, Cox, Margerett Humstead, Abra. Moore, Sar. Wild, Jno. Snow, Tho. Duke, Lidia Dix, Fra. Smith; Robs. Howkes, Jno. Thomas, Jno, Dixy Hare, Andrew Greene, Wm. Wilson, Canute Williamson, Peter Peterson, Wm. Sherman, Stephen Meadows, Jo, Roberdson, Edwd. Travers, Timothy Wallington, Eliz. Sackler, David Marriott, Tho. Tunill, Stephen Fewell, Solom. Martin, Wm. Donolye (?), David Anderson, Hanna Knight, Eliz. Wilson, Jannett Brice, Tho. Reade, Wm. Harris, Susan Wells, Geo. Searles, Ann Middleton, Jno, Wood, Thu. Cadger, Gardner, Mary Pope, Jno. Yates, Tho. Franklynn, Jno. Hannah. Tho. Hudson, Mary Collomb, Tho. Jnoson, Adam Fryer, Antho. Williams, Peter Mills, Peter Gray, Ad. Turner, Jno. Carter; & Negroes.
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URL (Click on link) http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=59&last=&g_p=GA&collect ion=NN Grant
Title Long, Henry, Sr.
Publication 4 August 1724.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311.
Note Location: King George County.
Description: 113 acres 3ro. beginning &c on the north side of a Pockoson the said Pockoson, lying on Rappahannock River side, adjoining the land of Thomas Turner.
Source: Northern Neck Grants A, 1722-1726, p. 59, folio (Reel 290).

URL (Click on link) http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=144&last=&g_p=G3&collec tion=NN Grant
Title Long, Henry.
Publication 4 December 1706.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311.
Note Location: Richmond County.
Description: 162 acres adjoining land of Samuel Walton {Wharton}, and John Reynolds.
Source: Northern Neck Grants No. 3, 1703-1710, p. 144 (Reel 288).
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Northern Neck Warrants and Surveys Vol IV, King George Co. Va {Peggy Joyner}
HENRY LONG, SENR, no wart, date from surv, 21 Mar. 1723/24 -6 June 1724; 113 & 3/4 a. on Rappa; adj. Mr Thomas Turner, Samuel Whorton. Surv. John Savage. 
Long, Henry {Addl Records} (I117175)
 
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1721-1735 King George County Deed Book 1-A, (Antient Press); pp. 201-204
ndenture 4th/5th May 1732 between THOMAS HARWOOD of Parish of
Hanover King George County Planter and CHARLES BURGES of Parish of
White Chappel the county of Lancaster Gent. .. by deeds of lease and release .. for Thirty pounds Sterling and Six hundred pounds of Tobacco sold 200 acres beginning at Rappahannock River side; main count:. road dividing line of land of ENOCH INNIS from JAMES INNIS deced Brother
to said ENOCH by their Deced Father's will doth appear .. to main road; not to include any part of the plantation whereon sd THOMAS HARWOOD now dwells ..
Witnesses: W. Strother, Thomas x Harwood
F. Lewis
5th May 1732 .. Then came THOMAS HARWOOD acknowledged and THOMAS TURNER by Virtue of Power of Attorney from MARGARET wife of sd THOMAS relinquished her Right of Dower & thirds ..
Know all men .. I THOMAS HARWOOD .. am bound unto CHARLES BURGES of Lancaster County Gent. .. in sum Eighty pounds current money of
Virginia .. 5th May 1732. Condition .. if truly observe all covenants ., obligation to be void or else remain ..
Presence W. Strother, Thomas x Harwood
F. Lewis
Know all men .. I MARGARET HARWOOD .. Impower Mr. THOMAS TURNER .. Lawfull Attorney .. 2nd May 1732.
Presence John Wybird, Margaret x Howard (sic)
Thomas Dowdall
3rd May 1732 .. Power of Attorney recorded.
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1731 - 1732 Prince William County, Virginia Deeds, Liber A {June Whitehurst Johnson}:
Pages 235-241. March 20, 1731. James McDonnell of Parish of Hamilton in County of Prince William, planter to Charles Burges of Parish of St. Marys White Chappel in County of Lancaster, Gent. for 4500 lbs. Tob....300 a....east side of that line which was granted to James McDonnell by deed from Proprietors Office for 600 a. dated June 16, 1731. Deeds of lease and release.
James McDonnell
Wit: John (x) Davis, Thomas Stamps.
At court May 17, 1732 James McDonnell acknowledged this release to Charles Burges, Gent. and Thomas Whitledge by virute of a Power of Attorney from Martha wife of James proved by oaths of wit. thereto relinquished her right of Dower to land conveyed by said deed.
Pages 241-242. Martha McDonnell of Hamilton Parish and Prince William do hereby nominate and appoint my well beloved friends Thomas Whitledge and Captain Robert Jones them or either of them my true and lawfull attorney for me and in my behalf to acknowledge all my right title and interest of Dower to land sold by my husband James unto Charles Burges. May 15, 1732.
Martha McDonnell
Wit: James McDonnell, Thomas Stamps.
At court May 17, 1732 this power of attorney from Martha McDonnell to Thomas Whitledge and Capt. Robert Jones was proved.

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07 Jul 1732 (King George DBA:269) The Estate of John ANDERSON deced to William BROWN his Executor 1721 DR.
To clks fees for probate; to Secretary fees; To funeral Expenses; to appraisers fees; to sd Willm. PULLON for looking after the Stock & Plantation one month before the Will was proved; to Alexr. PARKER's
Judgment for; To Clk's & Sherrif's fees; To quit rents for 120 acres of land 2 years; To Charles BURGES'S
Judgment; to Clks & Sherifs fees; to Walter ANDERSON'S Judgment; to Dorothy ANDERSON'S Judgment; to John PRICES decree; to paid Wm. BARRADALL to advise & state accounts; To my Trouble in receiving & paying; To a Copy of the Inventory .. Total 34.18.4 ..

Combs &c. Families
of King George Co VA http://www.combs-families.org/combs/records/va/king_george/
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1735-1743 King George County Deed Book 2 (Antient Press); pp. 41-42 Know all Men .. I JOHN BECHER of City of Bristol Esqr. .. appoint
SAMUEL SKINKER of Rappahanock River in Virginia in America Esqr. my true Attorney .. to demand from heirs .. of CHARLES BURGESS late of Rappahannock River aforsd: Mercht: Deceased .. all debts .. sums of money .. all amounts .. on account of any cargo .. consigned to sd Charles Burgess .. receave what shall appear to be due or belonging to me .. to submit for dispute .. granting my said Attorney full power .. 30th January 1735.
Presence Griffith Smith, John Becher
Henry Thomson
At a court held 2nd July 1736 .. Power of Attorney recorded.
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Abstracts of Lancaster County, Virginia Wills 1653-1800; {Ida J. Lee}
Fox, Ann. Will. 13 March 1722. Rec. 1 June 1723.
Legatees: Brother Wm. Daingerfield; sister, Frances Thacker; cousin, Ann Thacker; Edwin Daingerfield, and his wife Eliza- beth; Rev. Bartholomew Yeats and his wife Sarah; Vivian Ann Burgess; my daughter Frances Burgess wife of Chas. Burgess. Extrs. Charles Burgess and Frances his wife. Wits. Jane Williams, Rose Kaugh. W.B. 10, p. 435.
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Abstracts of Lancaster County, Virginia Wills 1653-1800; {Ida J. Lee}
MITCHELL, Wm., of Parish of St. Marie's White Chappel. 28 Jan. 1726. Rec. 10 Dec. 1729.
Wife: Margaret. Sons: William, my now dwelling place and plantation, and John. Daus: Mary, wife of Jno. Mott; Ann; Grace, wife of Mathias Machen; Sarah; Margaret, wife of Peter James Baily. Extrx: Wife. Wits: Chas Burgess, Wm. Smith, Martin Shearman, Jr. Codicil. Nov. 10, 1729. W.B. 12, p. 125.
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Abstracts of Lancaster County, Virginia Wills 1653-1800; {Ida J. Lee}
PAYNE, William, of Parish of St. Mary's White Chappell. 27 Aug. 1726. Rec. 14 Sept. 1726.
Wife: Judith.
Sons: Merryman and William Payne.
Daus: Susanna and Judith Payne.
Dau.-in-law: Katherine, wife of Mark Bannerman.
Brothers: John and George Payne.
Brother; Robert Mitchell.
Friend: Charles Burgess.
Mother: Susanna Laidner.
Exors: Wife and brother, Robert Mitchell; son-in-law Mark Bannerman and Charles Burgess.
Wits: Jo. Chichester and John Flint. W.B. 10, p 505.


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1731 - 1732 Prince William County, Virginia Deeds, Liber A {June Whitehurst Johnson}:
Pages 378-381. Aug. 4, 1732. Charles Burges of Parish of St. Mary White Chappell in county of Lancaster, Merchant to Thomas Chattin of same, planter.... for 10 lbs. 3 shillings and 6 pence sterl. and 870 lbs. of Tob.....on side of Goose Cr....2000 a... part of a deed from the proprietors Office for 1379 a. dated June 15, 1731. Deed of lease and release.
Cha. Burges
At court Oct. 18, 1.732 this release from Charles Burgess, Gent. to Thomas Chattin was proved by the oaths of wit.
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Contributed by: James Hughes

Deeds: 2-3 June 1767. Lease & Release. Between Burgess Smith & Alice, his wife ... and William Kincheloe ... 400 a. ... part of Charles Burgess grant ... 15 June 1731 ... line bet. Burgess Smith and Burgess Ball ... cor. of lotts 18 & 19 ... cor. of lotts 26 & 27 ... cor. of lotts 25, 26, 27 & 28 ... £90 ... Signed: Burges Smith, Alice Smith Wit: Jos. Blackwell, John (X) Rector, Will'm. (X) Fitzgarril, Wm. Peake. Recorded 27 July 1767, proved by oath of Joseph Blackwell, John Rector, William Peake.

21-22 October 1768. Lease & Release. Between William Kincheloe & Molly, his wife and John Kincheloe ... 183 1/2 a. ... oak in dividing line between Burgess Smith and Burgess Ball ... a large rock marked K_ ... part of 400 a. sold to William Kincheloe by Burgess Smith, 3 June 1767, part of larger tract granted to Charles Burgess by grant, 15 June 1731 ... 55.1s. ... Signed: William Kinchiloe, Molly Kinchiloe. Wit: Jos. Hudnall, Ge. Bennitt, John Fishback. Rec: 24 Oct. 1768, ack. by grantors. 1771. B & S. Bet. John Rector & Catherine, h. w. and William Murry . . L62.16~. . . 157 A. . . dividing line bet. Ball & Smith . . car. to John Kincheloe's Lott . . part of larger tract (as bove)
(Thomas Glascock and Agnes, h. w. mentioned as grantors in body if deed?) . . Signed: John Rector. Wit: Thorn Marshall. Ret: 28 Oct. 1771, ack. by grantor.
22 August 1774. B & S. Bet. Thomas Glascock & Agnas, his wife of Leeds Par. .. and John Kincheloe .. £-60 .. l00a. .. cor. to John Leak [Lake?] .. oak in line of Edward Laurence .. Signed: Thomas Glascock, Agnas (X) Glascock. Wits: J. Markham, Richard Rixey, Jr., Samuel Grigsby. Rec: 22 August 1774, ack. by Thomas and Agnes Glascock 22 May 1775. B & S. Bet. John Monday of Leeds Par. and John Kincheloe, of same .. -58 .. 103 a. .. Beg. at a Span. oak cor. to Wm. Turley .. in line of Edward Laurence .. to Wm. Turley .. same purch. of Thomas Glascock .. Signed: John Monday. Wits: John Barker, John
Macmillian, James (X) Toole (Tolle). Rec: 22 May 1775, ack. by Monday.
22 June 1778. B & S. Bet. Uriah Rector & Elizabeth, h. w. of Leeds Par and George Glascock of same .. -70 .. on waters of Goose Creek,
part of purch. of John Rector, dec'd, of Burgess Ball .. sd. Glascock's land
..cor. of sd. Glascock, Wm. Turley & John Kincheloe .. Lick Branch .. line of
John Peyton Harrison .. 48 a. .. Signed: Uriah Rector, Elizabeth Rector.
Rec: 22 June 1778, ack. by grantors.
22 June 1778. B & S. Bet. Uriah Rector & Elizabeth, h. w. of Leeds Par. and Thomas Neavil .. -81 .. on waters of Goose Creek .. part of tract purch. by John Rector, dec'd of Burgess Ball of Lan. Co. .. line of John Peyton Harrison and cor. of Geo. Glascock .. in line of John Kincheloe .. Lick Branch .. 154 a. .. Signed: Uriah Rector, Elizabeth Rector. Rec: 22 June 1778, ack. by grantors.

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SAMUEL GILBERT AND SONS, AND SOLOMON GILBERT.

The family of Gilberts are well considered together, since all of them
were more or less great factors in the making of Vermilion County. Samuel
Gilbert, with his family, consisting of his wife and three sons, Alvan, James
and Elias, came to Vermilion County from Ontario County, New York, in 1826. They
had really come west the previous year but stopped in Crawford County until this
time. When they came to Vermilion County they settled two miles south of
Danville. There was, at that time, no town in the county containing more than
fifty white families. The nearest mill was at Eugene. The great need of this
section was a mill and in 1831, Mr. Solomon Gilbert, the brother of Samuel came
from the east and put up one at near the mouth of the North Fork of the Big
Vermilion. Another brother, Jesse, established a ferry across the Vermilion
river, a much needed improvement.

Mr. Samuel Gilbert lived in Danville until 1839, when he went to Ross
township and there was made the first justice of the peace. He was also the
first postmaster, serving in this office for twenty years. He held the office of
justice for ten years. Mr. Gilbert's wife died the year he moved from Danville,
and was buried in the Williams' burying ground. Mr. Gilbert afterward married
Mrs. Elizabeth (Dougherty) Ferrier, the daughter of one of the early settlers of
Varice township. Mr. Samuel Gilbert lived to be seventy-two years old. He died
and was buried in the Williams' burying ground.

Alvan Gilbert, the oldest son of Samuel Gilbert, was fifteen years old
when he came to Vermilion County. He spent the first years after coming here in
the work provided by the many interests of his father and uncles. In 1831 he
married Miss Matilda Horr and the following year he went with his father to Ross
township, where his father-in-law owned land. Mr. Gilbert bought a small farm of
his father-in-law which he afterward enlarged to 240 acres. This farm he
afterward sold to his father and brother James, and bought another farm of his
uncle Solomon. This later farm included the northern limits of Rossville. He
lived her about three years when he again sold and bought another farm of Mr.
Leggitt which included a part of the southern limits qt Rossville. He traded
extensively in real estate and personal property, and it has been claimed that
during his life he had more deeds recorded than any other man in the county.
Mr. Gilbert's first wife died in 1840, leaving two daughters, one of whom
afterward married George C. Dickson and the other became the wife of Frederick
Grooms. Mr. Alvan Gilbert served as Supervisor of his township for many years,
being president of the Board for a part of the time. Upon the adoption of the
township organization he was one of the three commissioners appointed to divide
the county into townships. He was also one of the three commissioners appointed
to divide the swamp lands between this county and Ford, when Vermilion lost that
territory. Mr. Gilbert and Mr. Lamm represented the old county and Judge Patton,
the new one. He had Judge (Guy) Merrill and John Canaday as associates in the
act of making the division of the county into townships. The three who divided
the swamp lands were about three months in making the division. Mr. Alvan
Gilbert's second wife was Nancy (Horr) Elzy. 
Gilbert, Samuel (I004410)
 
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"William COMBS, second son of Enoch I, was born about 1672 after his parents, Enoch and Barbara, immigrated to Maryland; in a deposition in Chancery Liber P.L. No. 1, p. 750, it is stated: "William COMBS, gent., of St. Mary's county age at 50 years in 1722." He was married before 1704; the identity of his first wife is unknown, but by her we know that he had three children: Mary WAUGHOB, who married Thomas WAUGHOB; Eleanor MEDLEY, who married John MEDLEY; and Enoch, who married Mary (MANNING) MILLS, widow of John MILLS.
===
Mr. William Read 1.297 {SM} 91.13.0 Jun 3 1718
Appraisers: Robert Phillips, Edmond Plowden.
Creditors: Michael Reyly.
Next of kin: William Coombes, John Read, James Martin 
Read, Female {unproven} (I093492)
 
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ii. John Magruder was born 11 OCT 1709 in Prince George's County, Maryland, and died OCT 1782. He married Jane Offutt CA 1731 in Montgomery County, Maryland, daughter of Edward Offutt and Eleanor Edmonston. She was born CA 1724 in Maryland, and died 1787.
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Montgomery County, Md Wills
MAGRUDER, JANE L B f 404 7 Aug 1783
4 Jul 1787
Son: Archibald
Ex: Son Archibald
Wit: Zech. Magruder, James Doull, John Baker
===
Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland
Liber T, Page 58
Recorded at request of Edward Offutt, 30 Jan 1733:
Deed of Gift from Archibald Edmonson, Sr., planter, to dau. Eleanor Offutt, wife of Edward Offutt; 1/2 part of Cool Spring Levell; adj. son-in-law Edward Offutt; then to grandson Archibald Offutt, s/o Edward and Eleanor; if Archibald has no heirs, then to Jane Offutt, d/o Edward and Eleanor; /s/ Archibald Edmonston; wit. Thos. Sprigg, Thomas Allen; ack. Archibald Edmonston _ Jan 1733
===
1756-1761 Frederick County MD Land Records {Patricia Abelard Andersen}
877. William Offutt Senr. recorded bill of sale 22 Nov. 1759. Whereas the deceased Edward Offutt, our father, by his last Will and Testament, left us after our mother Eleanor's death, a Negro girl named Pegg, we do therefore, for and in consideration of 10 pcm, sell all our right and title to said Negro girl. John Magruder, Jane Magruder before Andrew Heugh, Eras Gill, Nin Beall Magruder. Ack. Duty paid. 
Offutt, Jane (I016447)
 
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iii. Arnold LIVERS was born 24 AUG 1737 in Prince George's County, Maryland, and died JUN 1789 in Frederick County, Maryland. He married Mary Anne OWINGS 1757 in Frederick County, Maryland, daughter of Robert OWINGS and Hannah FARQUHAR. She was born 1738 in York, PA, and died 1802. 
Livers, Arnold (I017335)
 
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ix. Deborah Dorsey was born 25 NOV 1722 in Anne Arundel, Maryland, and died JUL 1806 in Anne Arundel , Maryland. She married Ely Dorsey 1751, son of John Dorsey and Elizabeth Brown. He was born 1720, and died 1794.
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Dorsey, Samuel planter, A. A. Co., 26th Aug., 1739 ; 15th Nov., 1739.
To bros. Basil, John, Caleb, Richard, Edward, Joshua and Thomas Beale Dorsey and to sisters Sophia, Deborah and Mary Dorsey and sister Elinor Todd, entire estate.
Ex.: Bro. Richard.
Test: Richard Warfield, Preston Moore, Caleb Dorsey. 22. 102
===
DORSEY, ELENOR, Anne Arundel Co., widow. 14 May, 1752;15 Jul, 1752
To son Edward Dorsey, slaves; desire profits he makes, to dau. Sophia Gough for her necessities; that Thomas Gough, present husband of sd. dau., shall never have any claim on sd. son.
After decease of sd. dau., sd. son shall deliver slaves to such of my children as shall be living at the decease of sd. dau. Sophia.
To dau. Deborah Dorsey, certain slaves.
To grand-son Henry Woodward, certain slaves.
To grand-dau. Mary Todd, 10 pounds money.
To grand-dau. Elenor Dorsey, dau. of son John Dorsey, certain slaves.
To son Thomas Beale Dorsey, slaves.
To grand-son Caleb Dorsey, and grand-daus. Ann, Elenor, Elizabeth and Mary Dorsey, son and daus. of son Richard Dorsey, 10 pounds sterl.
Son John Dorsey, ex.
Wit: Richard Warfield, Edward Baldwin. 28. 410
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DORSEY, EDWARD, City of Annapolis, Anne Arundel Co., attorney-at-law. 5 May, 1760
16 Oct, 1760
To wife, houses and lots in the City of Annapolis, and land near Annapolis called Dorsey; slaves, cattle and etc.
To sister Sophia Gough, plantation she now lives on.
To nephew Bazil Dorsey, law books. Balance of lands to daus. Henrietta Maria Dorsey and Elenor Dorsey. Mentions probable unborn child. Mentions 3 daus. Bro. Richard Dorsey, guardian of children, his pt. of the following tracts: Chews Resolution, Manner, Chews Vineyard, pt. of Long Tract, The Gore; all lands I hold as tenements in common with Alex Lawson and Caleb Dorsey, shall go to bro. Caleb Dorsey; my share of the personal stock in iron works with ed. Caleb Dorsey and Alexr. Lawson, he to pay my wife, 100 lbs. sterl.
To nephew Bazil Dorsey, all lands in Frederick Co.
To sister Mary Ridgley, all lands in Baltimore Co. Mentions sister Deborah Dorsey, and children of sister Mary Ridgly. Other 1/3 pt. between children of bro. Richard Dorsey, and the children of sister Debcrah Dorsey's children, and children of sister Mary Ridgly, and the children of bros. Richard and Thomas Beal Dorsey. Ex: Bro. Richard Dorsey.
Wit: Wm. Woodward, Reverdy Ghiselin (?),Wm. Stuart, Geo. Corm.
1 Nov, 1760: The widow Henrietta Maria Dorsey, of Annapolis, renounced the will. 31. 80 
Dorsey, Deborah (I038791)
 
373
ix. Deborah Dorsey was born 25 NOV 1722 in Anne Arundel, Maryland, and died JUL 1806 in Anne Arundel , Maryland. She married Ely Dorsey 1751, son of John Dorsey and Elizabeth Brown. He was born 1720, and died 1794.
===
Edward Dorsey Esq. 107.321 AA 3632.11.11 Dec 20 1767 Sep 11 1771
(of Annapolis)
Appraisers: Robert Davis, William Coale.
Creditors: Ann Govane, Lancelot Jacques.
Next of kin: Sophia Gough, Thomas Dorsey.
Administrators: Ely Dorsey, Thomas Beale Dorsey (surviving)
===
Provincial Court Land Records, 1762-1763
Volume 724, Page 40

This Indenture made the 23.d Day of April in the Year of our Lord one thousand Seven hundred and sixty two Between Ely Dorsey Eldest son & heir at Law of Cap.t John Dorsey jun.r late of Ann Arundel County deceased of the one Part and William Hall of Elk Ridge of the same county Merchant of the other Part Whereas the said John Dorsey deceased and William Hall did heretofore take up in Partnership a Tract or Parcel of Land called Dorseys Partnership lying in Frederick County containing one thousand four hundred and seventy five acres granted to the said John Dorsey in his lifetime by Patent bearing Date the first day of January in the Year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and sixty And Whereas the said John Dorsey by his last Will and Testament in writing duly proved and Registered in the Commissarys Office of this Province did amongst other things devise as follows Viz.t " I give and Bequeath unto my son Benjamin Dorsey two hundred and forty eight Acres of Land Part of a Tract of Land called " Partnership as laid out by Joseph Plummer
Item I give and Bequeath " unto William Hall of Elk Ridge all the Residue of the Land called Partnership not already Bequeathed upon the said Halls paying a Proportional part of the charges now due and that shall hereafter accrue thereon to the Quantity of Land that he shall have he having already paid his proportion of the other charges and the Caution Money as by the same Patent and Will Reference being thereunto had may more fully appear Now this Indenture Witnesseth that the said Ely Dorsey for and in consideration of the Caution Money and proportion of charges aforesaid pa of his Deceased Father as also for and in consideration of the sum of five shillings to him in Hand paid Hath Granted Remised Released and Confirmed and by these Presents Doth Grant Remise Release and Confirm unto him the said William Hall his Heirs and Assigns All that part of the Tract or Parcel of Land aforesaid called Dorsey's Partnership agreeable to the Division made by the said Joseph Plummer contained within the following Metes and Bounds ....... containing in the said Part One thousand two hundred and two Acres of Land more or Less, together with all and Singular the Improvements Profits and Advantages to the same part belonging and all the Estate Right Title and Interest either in Law or equity of him the said Ely Dorsey of into or out of the same and the Reversion and Reversions Remainder and Remainders Rents Issues and Profits of that part hereby conveyed or intended so to be To have and to hold the same Parcel of Land hereby conveyed agreeable to the courses aforesaid containing one thousand two hundred and two acres and other the Premisses with the appurtenances unto him the said William Hall his Heirs and Assigns forever to his and their own proper use and Behoof and to no other Intent or Purpose whatsoever In Witness whereof the Party to these Presents have hereunto set his hand and seal the Day and Year first above written
Sealed and Delivered Ely Dorsey (seal)
In Presence of
Henry Hall
John Weems

On the Back of the aforegoing Deed was thus Written to wit

Ann Arund.l County fs April 23.d 1762 Then came before us the subscribers Two of his Lordships Justices of the Peace for Ann Arundel County the within named Ely Dorsey and acknowledged the within Instrument of Writing to be his Act and deed and the Land and Premisses therein specified to be the Right and Estate of the within named William Hall his Heirs and Assigns according to the true intent and meaning thereof Henry Hall

John Weems

May 7.th 1762 Received of M.r William Hall Two Pounds eight shillings and one Penny sterling for the use of the Lord Baltimore being the Alienation Fine on the within one thousand two hundred and two Acres of Land by Virtue of a Commission from Edward Lloyd Esq.r his said Lordship's Agent and Receiver General
Recorded 10.th May 1762
Benj.a Beall 
Dorsey, Ely (I038790)
 
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x. Mary Dorsey was born 18 MAY 1725 in Baltimore County, Maryland, and died 21 FEB 1786. She married John Ridgely, son of Charles (Colonel) Ridgely and Rachel Howard. He was born 14 JUN 1723 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, and died 1771 in Ridgely's Delight, Baltimore County, Maryland.
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Dorsey, Samuel planter, A. A. Co., 26th Aug., 1739 ; 15th Nov., 1739.
To bros. Basil, John, Caleb, Richard, Edward, Joshua and Thomas Beale Dorsey and to sisters Sophia, Deborah and Mary Dorsey and sister Elinor Todd, entire estate.
Ex.: Bro. Richard.
Test: Richard Warfield, Preston Moore, Caleb Dorsey. 22. 102
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The will of John Ridgely written March 19, 1771 and proved May 1, 1771:

To wife Mary 250 pounds sterling; negroes, all plate in my dwelling house, furniture, and during her life the use of my dwelling plantation with liberty to cut firewood from my tract of land called Pay My Debts. I give her annually 80 pounds current money to be paid in Spanish dollars, first payment to be made at the end of 12 months after my death.

To my Son-in-law William Goodwin and to grandson William Goodwin, negroes

To my son Charles Ridgely and heirs, all my right and part of that tract called White Wine and Claret in Anne Arundel County, together with the following lands lying in Baltimore Co; all my part of land called Howard's Timber Neck, all that tract called Ridgely's Delight, all my part of lot 35 in Baltimore Co. on which my store and warehouses are built with all other improvements on the same, all my part of a tract of land called Oakhampton and also my half of the water mill and land resurveyed for the same give me by my father Charles Ridgely.
To son Charles Ridgely, my gold watch

To son William Ridgely and heirs, all my part of Well's Mannor, and tracts Nathaniel's Hope and Ayer's Desire in Baltimore County, with my half part of lot in 163 in Baltimore Town, the said part to be next to lot 164 by me coveyed to William Goodwin and to include the house I purchased from Wm. Ponyaney together with that part of said lot by me also conveyed to Wm. Goodwin.

To son John Ridgely and heirs, my part of Taylor's Purchase, all that tract called Pay My Debts, and also the remaining half part of lot 163.

To daughters, Deborah, Rachel, Eleanor Ridgely and Mary Nichollson and heirs, following tracts equally divided between them viz: part of Parish Range bought of Solomon Wooden, all that tract Bond's Meadows Enlarged which remains at present unsold, all that tract lately called Potaney's Desire and which is resurved and with necessary addition called Speculation; Ridgely's Ambition, Costly, Pierces Discovery, Stockdale's Neighbor, Benjamin's Addition, and Benjamin's Beginning, and in case either of my said daughter should die without issue, I give said part to her heirs
To daughters Rachel adn Eleanor, negroes
Should son die without issue, land to be divided among my daughters

Whereas I am in partnership with my son Charles Ridgely in a store of goods in Baltimore Town, goods coming in to be sold for benefit of partnership
To son Charles Ridgely and daughter Deborah Ridgely and Mary Nichollson my 1/3 part of the Northampton Furnace wtih stock in partnership of lands, slaves, servants, cattle, pay unto William Ridgely, John Ridgely, Rachel, Eleanor, William Goodwin my grandson, 500 pounds sterling.
Children to be brought up under direction of my wife
To son Charles, William, John and son-in-law Benjamin Nichollson, daughters Deborah, Rachel, and Eleanor Ridgely, grandson William Boodwin, residue.
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DORSEY, EDWARD, City of Annapolis, Anne Arundel Co., attorney-at-law. 5 May, 1760
16 Oct, 1760
To wife, houses and lots in the City of Annapolis, and land near Annapolis called Dorsey; slaves, cattle and etc.
To sister Sophia Gough, plantation she now lives on.
To nephew Bazil Dorsey, law books. Balance of lands to daus. Henrietta Maria Dorsey and Elenor Dorsey. Mentions probable unborn child. Mentions 3 daus. Bro. Richard Dorsey, guardian of children, his pt. of the following tracts: Chews Resolution, Manner, Chews Vineyard, pt. of Long Tract, The Gore; all lands I hold as tenements in common with Alex Lawson and Caleb Dorsey, shall go to bro. Caleb Dorsey; my share of the personal stock in iron works with ed. Caleb Dorsey and Alexr. Lawson, he to pay my wife, 100 lbs. sterl.
To nephew Bazil Dorsey, all lands in Frederick Co.
To sister Mary Ridgley, all lands in Baltimore Co. Mentions sister Deborah Dorsey, and children of sister Mary Ridgly. Other 1/3 pt. between children of bro. Richard Dorsey, and the children of sister Debcrah Dorsey's children, and children of sister Mary Ridgly, and the children of bros. Richard and Thomas Beal Dorsey. Ex: Bro. Richard Dorsey.
Wit: Wm. Woodward, Reverdy Ghiselin (?),Wm. Stuart, Geo. Corm.
1 Nov, 1760: The widow Henrietta Maria Dorsey, of Annapolis, renounced the will. 31. 80 
Dorsey, Mary (I038793)
 
375
Sarah Smith Senr died the 12th of March 1726 age 31 years 10 months & 7 days. 
Carver, Sarah (I024534)
 
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-----Original Message-----
From: JoAnne Hoagland-Oldham
> Sent: 3/13/04 3:31 PM
> Subject: Oldham family

Another matter is that of the second wife of William Oldham. She was Maria Frances Houston. Their marriage is in Pendleton Co KY: William Oldham to Maria F. Pearle 15 Nov 1849. There is a previous marriage of interest in Pendleton Co: Alexander Pearl to Maria Frances Houston
5 Nov 1844. There is also a probate for her father, James L. Houston, naming Susannah as his wife and daughters Maria Frances and Mary Magdalene. The marriage is in Pendleton Co also:
James L. Houston to Susannah Kennett 22 Sep 1826. 
Pearl, Alexander (I016955)
 
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1670-1672 Deed-Will Book Northumberland Co Va; Antient Press: Pg 197
NOW ALL MEN by these prsents that I ROBERT BURRELL of GREAT WICKOCOMICOE RIVER in ye County of Northumberld. Chirurgeon, have sold unto WILLIAM BARRY his heires all that part of my dividend of land that lyeth to ye South & South East & South West from that Neck of Land that VALENTINE MUNSLOW now dwelleth upon: to the bounds of CLEMENT LATEMORE on ye one side, Mr. THO: WILLIAMS on ye other side, HENRY HUSKE & JNO: BOWEN on ye other side; To have & to hold wth; warranty the sd, land unto ye sd BARRY his heires to he quietly enjoyed by him without any trouble by any p:sons whatsoever; as I have done this Eighteene yeares by vercue of my Pattent bought from Mr. NICHOLAS MORRIS. As Wittness my hand & seale this 20th of Septr 1671
Signed sealed and delivered in ye pr:sence of
WM: BRERETON ROBERT BURRELL ye seale
CLEMENT LATEMORE
20th Septr 1671 Recog in Cur p ROBT: BURRELL
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1670-1672 Deed-Will Book Northumberland Co Va; Antient Press: Pg 197-198
I JOHN BURRELL, ye Son of ROBERT BURRELL, having most haynously offended God & my Father, first against God by sinning against his divine majesty & against my Father in so fidiously to make a false Deed of Gift for all that ever my Father hath to be conferr'd upon mee, that through instigacon of THOMAS LANE, hee for bringing a false Deed to have ye one halfe of my Fathers whole Estate, for confirmacon whereof hee ye sd. LANE hath gotten under my hand & seale and for ye better bringing this project to pass, there was an Agreemt. betwixt me & LANE yt. I was to seve him one whole yeare for Eighteene hundred pounds of tobaccoe & caske, & wee must goe to my Father to gett his hand to that Agreemt. & carryed two bottles of Strong Waters wth: us of purpose to make my Father drunk & then to p:suade him to put his hand to the Agreemt., wch: if hee id condiscend to doe, then hee being drunk the false Deed of Gift should be put downe for my Father to sett his hand & seale, but failing of our purposes though my Father was gone Farr in drinke, hee the sd. LANE caused mee to counterfeit my Fathers hand and yt: vaillain hath taken his Oath yt: it was my Fathers hand notwithstanding hee saw mee write it wth:my owne hand: Therefore I doe hereby absolutely & unfeignedly renounce any right title or interest in ye false Deed od Gift any more then what my deare & loving Father shall be pleased to bestow upon mee when it shall please God to put him in yt: minde, And I desire & humbly pray this Worp11. Cort' to grant unto my Father as much priviledge to dispose of his Estate in as large & ample manner hence forward as ever he could before ye counterfeiting of ye false Deed of Gift. As Wittness my hand & seale this 10th day of August 1671
Wittnesses WM BARRY, JOHN BURRELL, ye seale
CLEMT. LATEMORE
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1687-1699 Order Book Part 2 - Northumberland Co Va; Hamrick: Pg 619
Northumberland County Court April 19, 1693
Upon the petition of JOHN MERRYDITH who married MARY the relict of WILLIAM BARRY, deceased, a commission of administration is granted him on the said deceased's Estate he giving Caution for his due administration according to Law, And ordered that Mr. THOMAS FERNE, ALEXANDER WEATHERFORD, JOHN BRYANT and THOMAS WILLIAMS or any three of them, being sworn by the nearest Justice, meet and appraise the deceased's Estate before next Court, and that the said JOHN and MARY exhibit an inventory thereof to the next Court. 
Barry, William (I051590)
 
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1772-1798 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Will Book E; [William Armstrong Crozier];
McGEE, THOMAS, Spotsylvania Co., d. Feb. 1, 1782, Executors Bond dated Feb. 19, 1784. Wit. John Chew, Jr., John Jessey, Joseph Ormond, John Brock, Jr. Ex. Edward Herndon, William Smith, my son Thomas McGee. Leg. wife Mary; daughter Mary Horn, and her children, and her portion shall not be subject to the payment of any debts contracted for my son-in-law Sherod Horn; daughter Ann Moore; son Thomas McGee; daughter Dinah Mims. (Page 567)
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1742-1751 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book D; [William Armstrong Crozier];
Jany. 16, 1749. John Holloday of St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., and Elizabeth, his wife, to Thomas Magee of Par. and county afsd. 46 curr. 150 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co. Philip Vincent Vass. Edwd. Herndon, junr.; Benjamin Holloday. May 1, 1750.
=== witness
1766-1771 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book G; [William Armstrong Crozier];
Nov. 9, 1767. Wm. Waller, Doctor, to Ann Waller, daughter of Jno. Waller, Clerk of Spts. Co., brother to the sd. Wm. Waller. Deed of Gift. Slaves, etc., that will be his at the "death of Ann Waller, his mother." The provision is that in case the sd. Wm. Waller should marry, then the sd. Ann Waller does not inherit the slaves, etc. Witnesses, Frances Colson, Sarah x Buckner, Catharine x Hawkins, Nathan Hawkins, Tho. Megee, Senr., Thomas Megee, Jr. March 8, 1768.
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1771-1774 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book H; [William Armstrong Crozier];
May 28, 1773. Gawin Corbin of Caroline Co., Gent., to Thomas McGee of Spts. Co. 24 10s. curr. 35 a. in Spts. Co. John Young, Thos. McGee, jr.; Shadrack Moore. June 17, 1773.
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1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
May 9, 1775. Thos. Megee, Sr., to his son, Thos. Megee, Jr., on day he is married. "By a contract of marriage," etc. Tract of land, negroes, 6 head cattle, etc. Witnesses, Shadrach Moore, Jno. Oliver. Sept. 21, 1775.
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1774-1782 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book J; [William Armstrong Crozier];
une 19, 1776. Gawin Corbin of Spts. Co. to Thos. Megee of sd. Co. Lease. 105 a. in Berkeley Par., Spts. Co. "Sd. Thos. Megee, Dinah Megee and Margaret Megee," etc. 5 5s. yearly. Jno. Chew, jr., Jno. Frazer, Danl. Branham, Shadrack Moore, Thos. Megee, jr. June 20, 1776.
 
McGee, Thomas (I124871)
 
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James Hughes 2005-03-22 10:26:41
URL (Click on link) http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=523&last=&g_p=P33&colle ction=LO Patent
Title Marshall, Isaac.
Publication 15 December 1758.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
Note Location: Brunswick County.
Description: 140 acres on the Great Creek.
Source: Land Office Patents No. 33, 1756-1761 (v.1, 2, 3 & 4 p.1-1095), p. 523 (Reel 31-32).
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James Hughes 2005-03-22 10:33:13
MISC. DEED ABSTRACTS OF BRUNSWICK COUNTY, VIRGINIA

MISC. DEED ABSTRACTS OF
BRUNSWICK COUNTY, VIRGINIA
(DEED BOOKS 1-5)

Bill of sale dated May 24, 1755, between William Betty and Isaac Marshall and Hezekiah Thrower, for personal property. Presented
in Court on May 27, 1755. Deed Book 5, page 744.
===
James Hughes 2005-03-22 10:13:08
BRUNSWICK COUNTY, VIRGINIA - DEEDS (BOOK 6)

Indenture made the 23rd day of March, 1761, between Nathaniel
JOHNSON and Owen MYRICK, for 5 pounds, conveying 90 acres on
lower side of Little Rattlesnake Creek, and being a part of a
greater dividend of land granted to Benjamin PENNINGTON on March
3, 1760. Witnesses were Marmeduke DANIEL, John FLETCHER, and
Isaas MARSHALL. Indenture and Memorandum of Livery of Seizin was
acknowledged in Court on March 23, 1761, by Nathaniel JOHNSON.
Deed Book 6, page 638. 
Marshall, Isaac (I021915)
 
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Joseph Petybone/Pettibone 13.308 AA 142.6.0 Apr 10 1728 Jun 28 1728
Appraisers: Philip Jones, Robert Boone.
Creditors: Mordecai Hammond, Thomas Homewood.
Next of kin: Thomas Lewis, William Lewis.
Executor: John Merriken.
===
Baly, Richard, A. A. Co., 26th Feb., 1696; 6th Mch, 1696.
To son William Coventry, son Thomas Johnson at 21 yrs. of age, John Worrill, Richard Todd, and Edward Gibbs, personalty.
To wife Eliza:, 1/2 of personalty.
To dau Grace Merricke, home plantation, and personalty jointly with her 4 child. (unnamed).
To dau. Ann Petebone and hrs., "Pruning Plain" and personalty.
To grandson Charles Coventry and hrs., "Bettys Point" at 21 yrs. of age; in event of his death without issue sd. land to be divided among child. of daus. Grace Merricke and Ann Petebone afsd.
Ex.: Son Joshua Merike.
Test : Edward Gibbs, Rich'd. Todd. 7. 247.
===
Richard Bayley 20.242 A AA 471.10.11 468.1.9 Jul 8 1701
Payments to: Capt. Stratton, Hon. Thomas Brooke, Esq., William Taylard.
Distribution to: Capt. Humphrey Boone (his wife's (unnamed) third), Ann Pettibone (daughter), accountant.
Executor: Joshua Merekin.
===
George Eager, Sr. 31.176 I 24.12.3 {1710}
Appraisers: James Read, John Rattenbury.
List of debts: Dennis Tomy, Patrick Lofghhon, William Tobey, Thomas Jackson, Stephen Wight, Henry Mereday, Alexander Gardiner, Charles Rivers, Edward Hancox, Mrs. Ann Lewis, Richard Twine.
===
George Eager 31.177 I AA 116.12.1 {1710}
Appraisers: John Thomas, William Wilkinson. Executor: (unnamed).
Capt. James Dashiel 
Bayley, Anne (I022595)
 
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Wills of Westmoreland County, Virginia , Page 145
Note:
SPILLMAN, WILLIAM, no date; 29 Apr. 1760.
Daus. Lettice Dulin and Margaret Spillman 1 cow, pewter and bed;
land to sons Thomas, William and John Spillman.
===
Source:
Melville, Malcolm L.,
Spilman papers
Forestville, Calif.: Priv. print., 1965, 489 pgs

S P I L M A N P A P E R S - A P P E N D I X 356
DEED: JOHN SPILMAN TO WILLIAM AND THOMAS SPILMAN Made : 11/24/1767
Recorded: Nov. 1767
(Westmoreland Deeds and Wills: Bk.14, pp.508-511)
THIS INDENTURE made the twentyfourth day of November in the year of our Lord Christ one thousand seven hundred and sixty seven and in the seventh year of the reign of Our Sovereign Lord George the third by the grace of God of Great Brittain, France, and Ireland, King, Defender of the faith, between John Spilman of the County of King George and Parish of Brunswick in the Colony of Virginia, planter, of the one part and Thomas Spilman of the Parish of Washington and County of Westmoreland, and William Spilman of the same Parish and County aforesaid, which said John Spilman, Thomas Spilman, and William Spilman are the three sons of William Spilman their late father deceased of the other part. WITNESSETH that the said John Spilman for and in consideration of the sum of twenty five pounds current money of Virginia to him in hand paid by the said Thomas Spilman and William Spilman party hereto, the receipt whereof the said John Spilman loth hereby confess and acknowledge and discharge the said Thomas Spilman and William Spilman party hereto, their executors and administrators, hath granted bargained, sold, aliened and confirmed and by these presents doth grant, bargain, sell, alien, and confirm unto the said Thomas Spilman and William Spilman party hereto, and to their heirs, all that one undivided third part (the whole in three equal parts to be divided) of and in all containing two hundred acres be the same more or less, scituate, lying, and being in the Parish of Washington and County of Westmoreland, the aforesaid land being part of a tract of land belonging to Robert Frank and on the north side of the main branch of Mattox Creek and bounded as followeth, beginning at a marked black oak and extending west to the line of William Piper to marked red oak, thence along the said Piper line N by W to marked hickorie, thence down the main branch of the said creek and then along the said dam to the uppermost line, thence No. to a black oak, thence East to a live oak in a small branch, finally to the first station, which said tract of land was given and devised to the said John Spilman, Thomas Spilman, and William Spilman party hereto, in and by the last will and testament of the said William Spilman the father, deceased, and all houses, buildings, orchards, ways, watercourses, profits, commodities, hereditaments and appurtenances whatsoever to the said premises hereby granted or any part thereof belonging or in any wise appertaining, and the reversion and reversions, remainder and remainers, rents, issues and profits thereof and all the estate, right, title, interest, use, trust, property claim and demand whatsoever of him the said John Spilman, of and in and to the same premises and all deeds, evidences, and writings touching or in any way concerning the same TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the said one third part of the said tract and all and singular other the premises hereby bargained and sold and every part thereof with their appurtenances unto them, said Thomas Spilman and William Spilman party hereto, their heirs and assigns, to the only proper use and behoof of them the said Thomas Spilman and William Spilman party hereto, their heirs and assigns forever, as tenants in common and not as joint tenants, and the said John Spilman for himself, his heirs and assigns, doth covenant, promise and grant to and with the said Thomas Spilman and William Spilman party hereto, their heirs and assigns by these presents, that he and the said John Spilman now at the time of the sealing and delivery of these presents is seized of a good, sure, perfect and indefeasible estate of inheritance in fee simple, of and in the said third of the said tract of land hereby granted and hath in himself good right, full power, and absolute authority to grant and convey the same to the said Thomas Spilman and William Spilman, party hereto, and their heirs in manner and form aforesaid, and that the said premises now are and forever hereafter shall remain and be free and clear of all former and other gifts, grants, bargains, sales, dower rights and titles of dower intails, judgements, executions, titles, troubles, and incumbrances whatsoever made, done, committed, or suffered by the aforesaid John Spilman or any other person whomsoever claiming under him (the quit rents here-after to grow due for the same premises only excepted) and further that he the said John Spilman and his heirs all and singular, the third part of the said premises hereby bargained and sold with their appurtenances unto them the said Thomas Spilman and William Spilman, their heirs and assigns, against him the said John Spilman and all other persons and persons whomsoever, shall and will warrant and for-ever defend by these presents, and lastly it is hereby declared and agreed between the said Thomas Spilman and William Spilman party here-to, that the remaining two undivided third parts of the said tract of land and premises so given and devised by the will of their said late father William Spilman and also the said third part of the said land bargained and sold unto them as aforesaid shall remain, continue, stand, and be to the use and behoof of them the said Thomas Spilman and William Spilman party hereto, not as joint tenants but in such sort, manner, and form that each of them, their heirs and assigns, shall hold their respective moieties in severally and that the law of survivorship at the death of either of them shall not take place. IN WITNESS WHEREOF all the said parties have hereunto set their hands and seals the day and year first above written.
Sealed and delivered in JOHN SPILMAN (SEAL)
the presence of us: THOMAS SPILMAN (SEAL)
Robert Frank, James Frank, WILLIAM SPILMAN (SEAL)
Thomas Hollings
Received the day and year first above written, of and from the within named Thomas and William Spilman the sum of twenty five pounds Virginia Currency in full of the consideration money within mentioned to be paid to me, Winess my hand: JOHN SPILMAN

At a court held for Westmoreland County the 24th day of November 1767: This indenture and receipt thereon endorsed was acknowledged by John Spilman, party hereto, and ordered to be recorded.
Teste: JAMES DAVENPORT, Ct. Cirk. 
Spillman, John (I036083)
 
382
Apphia Fauntleroy was born on 21 Dec 1737 in of, Naylors Hole, Richmond, Virginia. 
Fauntleroy, Apphia (I061442)
 
383
Children of Charles Fenley and Martha Bayne are:

i. Walter Fenley was born 22 MAR 1751 in Prince George's County, Maryland.
ii. William Fenley was born 22 MAR 1751 in Prince George's County, Maryland..
iii. Elizabeth Fenley was born 7 MAY 1753 in Prince George's County, Maryland..
iv. Charles Bayne Fenley was born 1755.
v. Anne Bayne Fenley was born 25 MAY 1757 in Prince George's County, Maryland., and died LIV. 1795. She married Peter Boswell 4 MAY 1783 in Prince George's County, Maryland. He died LIV. 1795.
vi. Martha Bayne Fenley was born 25 MAR 1759 in Prince George's County, Maryland..
vii. John Bayne Fenley was born 28 JAN 1764 in Prince George's County, Maryland..
vii. Thomas Fenley was born 8 FEB 1768 in Prince George's County, Maryland..
ix. James Fenley was born 14 APR 1770 in Prince George's County, Maryland..
x. Mary Fenley was born 9 SEP 1775 in Prince George County, Md..
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PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, MARYLAND WILLS; Liber T No. #1; 1784-1789;
Folio 231 CHARLES TENLY (mm:FENLEY) 12/20/ 1785 02/14/1785
"being in a weak and low condition ..."
Bequeaths to;
1. Charles B. Tenley --son
-to have Negro boy "Jack"
-to have 1 bed and furn., 1 cow and calf
2. John B. Tenly, --son
-to have Negro fellow "George"
-to have 1 cow and calf
3, Martha Tenly --daughter
-to have Negro girl "Jean"
-to have 1 bed and funk., and I cow and calf
4. Thomas Tenley --son
-to have Negro boy "'Isack"
-to have I bed and furn.. and 1 cow and calf
5. James Tenly --son
-to have 1 Negro girl "Cassey"
-to have 1 bed and furn., I cow and calf
6. Mary Tenley --daughter
-to have Negro girl "Henny"
-to have 1 bed and furn., and 1 cow and calf
7. Martha Tenley --wife
-named executor along w/ son Thomas and instructed to sell that tract of land
William Bayne and testator purchased in Virginia and which tract of land testator
holds Bayne's bond--and the money from the sale to be given to testator's son
Charles
-to have the remainder of the estate for her widowhood or natural life
8. William Tenley --son
Ann Boswell --daughter
-after widow's decease or remarriage, the remainder of the estate to be divided among
all of testator's children
9. William Bayne
James Hawkins
-named trustees along w/ Charles B. Tenley
Witnesses: John Addison, John Bayne, Zachariah M. Wade 
Bayne, Martha (I008849)
 
384
Children of Eleanor SPENCE and Andrew MONROE are:

i. Elizabeth MONROE was born Abt 1685 in Westmoreland,VA. She married Thomas ARRINGTON. He was born Abt 1680, and died 1715 in Westmoreland,VA.
ii. Spence MONROE was born Abt 1690 in Westmoreland,VA, and died 1726 in Westmoreland,VA. He married Christian TYLER, daughter of ? TYLER. She was born Abt 1690.
iii. Susannah MONROE was born 1695, and died NOV 1752. She married William LINTON. He was born Abt 1690. She married Charles TYLER. He was born Abt 1690. She married Benjamin GRAYSON. He was born Abt 1690, and died 1757.
2. iv. Andrew MONROE was born 1697 in Westmoreland,VA, and died 1770 in Westmoreland,VA. He married Jane WATTS 1726, daughter of Richard WATTS and Mary BLAGG. She was born Abt 1700, and died Bef 21 DEC 1761. He married Margaret WASHINGTON 21 DEC 1761 in St. Paul's Parish, King George,VA.


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Contributed by: James Hughes

Note:
Vol III, page 744-45-46. John Sturman later crossed into Virginia where he married Elizabeth, daughter of Patrick and Dorcas Spence, the sister of Eleanor Spence, who married Andrew the 2nd, son of Andrew1, the immigrant. Patrick Spence the second married Penelope, daughter of Thomas Yowell. Andrew and Elizabeth Monroe had issue the following 6 children: - 1 Mary2, who was buried in Westmoreland county 15 Jan 1661. 2 George. 3 Elizabeth2, married Bunce Roe (or Wroe). 4 Susannah, who married George Weedon. He died in Westmoreland county 1704 leaving a will under that date in which he mentions his wife and two children - 1. Jordon3 Weedon. He married Martha Sturman, daughter of William Sturman (who died 1732) and his wife Sarah Elliott,
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Wills of Westmoreland County, Virginia , Page 53
MUNROE, ANDREW, gent., 30 Dec. 1713; 9 June 1714. Land to son Spence; brother William Munroe; son Andrew land and negro woman; dau. Susannah Munroe one negro boy, 2 cows, 2 steers, household furniture and 10,000 lbs. of tobacco; to Andrew son of my brother William 1 horse, 1 feather bed and furniture; dau. Elizabeth Arrington and her son John 1 cow. 1 feather bed and 5,000 lbs. tobacco; my wife Sarah; son in law William Elliott 1 mare; daus. in law Elizabeth & Sarah Elliott horse and cow; to Thomas Mustin one coat; friends Charles Tyler and Richard Watts and brother William Munroe, exrs; son Spence negro given him by his grandmother Jordan; to two sons 9 negroes.
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WILLS OF Westmoreland County, Virginia 1654-1800 BY AUGUSTA B. FOTHERGILL: Pg 17
JORDAN, JOHN, 6 February 1693; 27 January 1696/7.
To son Alexander Spence's dau. Dorcas one negro boy;
to son Patrick Spence's son Patrick one negro boy;
to dau. Elenor Munroe's dau. Elizbaeth one negro girl;
to godson Jordan Weedon one negro girl;
son John Spence 25 acres of land;
son Thomas Spence 2 negroes etc;
god-dau. Dorcas Sturman 5000 pounds tobacco;
sons John Sturman, Andrew Monroe and George Weedon;
to Elizabeth Sturman; gold rings;
Jane Hubard 9
my wife Dorcas to be exx. 
Spence, Eleanor (I023706)
 
385
Children of Elizabeth WILLIAMS and Thomas MCCARTY are:
i. ANNE MCCARTY was born 1 JAN 1780 in FAIRFAX VA. She married John JEWELL 15 FEB 1798.
ii. James W MCCARTY was born 17 OCT 1781 in FAIRFAX VA, and died 16 FEB 1842 in Memphis, Tennesee. He married NANCY LUSK 22 APR 1802. She was born ABT 1781 in Rockbridge co VA, and died 21 FEB 1865 in Meade co KY.
iii. Margaret "Peggy" MCCARTY was born 31 MAY 1783 in FAIRFAX VA. She married Gideon KELLY 13 OCT 1805.
iv. JANE MCCARTY was born 11 MAY 1786 in Loudoun co VA. She married Asa CHAMBERS 18 DEC 1806.
v. Elizabeth Nevitt MCCARTY was born 17 MAY 1788 in Loudoun co VA. She married John Todd LUSK 9 JAN 1812 in Hardin co KY. He was born 1790 in Rockbridge co VA, and died AFT 15 AUG 1860 in KY.
vi. SARAH MCCARTY was born 5 JUL 1790 in FAIRFAX VA. She married William LEE 3 NOV 1811.
vii. Jemima MCCARTY was born 25 MAR 1793 in FAIRFAX VA. She married James DAWSON 24 APR 1826.
viii. MARY MCCARTY was born 29 MAY 1796 in Fayette co KY. She married William MAHAN 8 OCT 1820.
ix. Susannah MCCARTY was born 5 JUL 1798 in Fayette co KY, and died 10 MAR 1866. She married Stephen STEELE 17 AUG 1814.
x. Keziah MCCARTY was born 23 JUL 1801 in Jessamine co KY. She married John MILLER 13 SEP 1833.
xi. Eleanor Stonestreet MCCARTY was born 4 SEP 1803 in Jessamine co KY. She married Charles IHRIE 5 MAY 1824.
xii. George Williams MCCARTY was born 17 FEB 1806 in Jessamine co KY. 
Williams, Elizabeth (I027890)
 
386
Children of Frances RAVENSCROFT and Joseph BALL are:

i. Charles BALL was born 17 MAY 1717 in Barking Parish, Essex, England, and died 28 JUL 1719 in Westham Parish, Essex, England.
ii. Hetty Betty BALL was born 2 NOV 1719 in Westham Parish, Essex, England, and died 7 OCT 1720 in Lancaster County, Virginia.
iii. Frances Ravenscroft BALL was born 2 NOV 1720 in Westham Parish, Essex County, England, and died 5 FEB 1782 in Morattico, Lancaster County, Virginia. She married Rawleigh DOWNMAN 23 OCT 1749 in Westham Parish, Essex County, England, son of Raleigh DOWNMAN and Margaret BALL. He was born ABT 1719 in Lancaster County, Virginia, and died 18 MAR 1781 in Morattico, Lancaster County, Virginia. 
Ravenscroft, Frances (I029538)
 
387
Children of Johanna Garrett and John Cole are:

i. Thomas Cole was born 1690 in Baltimore Co, Maryland, and died 1781 in Baltimore Co, Maryland. He married Sarah Broad 1716 in Baltimore , MD. She was born ABT 1700 in Baltimore Co, Maryland.
ii. Sarah Cole was born 1693 in Baltimore Co, Maryland, and died 1753 in Baltimore Co, Maryland. She married Charles Gorsuch ABT 1712, son of Charles Gorsuch and Sarah Coale. He was born 1687 in Baltimore , Maryland, and died JUL 1747 in Baltimore, Maryland.
iii. Elizabeth Cole was born 1695. She married John Ensor. He was born 1695 in Baltimore Co, Maryland, and died 1773 in Baltimore Co , Maryland.
iv. William Cole was born 1698 in Baltimore , Maryland, and died 1770 in Baltimore , Maryland. He married Mary Giles 19 AUG 1735 in Baltimore , Maryland. She was born ABT 1710 in Baltimore , Maryland, and died AFT 1770 in Baltimore , Maryland. 
Garrett, Johanna (I037252)
 
388
Children of Margaret HOYLE\BOYLE and Joseph HINSON are:
i. Robert , Sr. HINSON was born Abt 1680, . He married Mary PEAK\PECK.
ii. Charles HINSON was born Abt 1682, .
iii. Edmund HINSON was born Abt 1684, . He married Elizabeth
iv. Joseph HINSON was born Abt 1686,

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1699-1709 Stafford County, Virginia Deed & Will Book; [Antient Press]; Page. 362-363
To all Christian People ., Know ye that I JOSEPH HINSON of parish Overwharton in county Stafford .. for full sum 17000 pounds of good Tobo by me already reced of THOMAS ELLZIE of the parish Overwharton in county afsd .. sell 300 acres of land lying on North side Potomack Creek it being the lowermost part of a parcel of land conta. 600 acres formerly granted unto EDWD. ROGERS as by Pattnt bearing date the 14th day October 1665 will more at large appear the land joining unto the land of CHARLES WOOD & extending up the said Creek side to the land of Mathews & so into the main woods for to contain the said 300 acres .. 6th March 1706.
Presence Mary x Ballard, Joseph Hinson
Thos. Ballard
At a Court held 12th March 1706 This deed of sale was acknowledged by Jos.Hinson in person unto Thos. Elzey & MARGARET HINSON in her own proper person relinquished her right of dower to the same which is ordered to be recorded and is recorded.
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From: Leonard Turnbull
You have a Margaret Boyle/Hoyle in your system born about 1660, She was married to Joseph Hinson/Henson. Do you know where the maiden name came from.The Land Joseph Hinson sold 300 Acres was part of an original land grant of 600 Acres belonging to Edward Rogers born about 1637, son of Edward Rogers and Margaret. . I suspect that Margaret Boyle may actually be Rogers, and named after her grandmother but I may be wrong. 
Hoyle, Margaret (I028251)
 
389
Children of Margaret Waddrop LEWIS and Thomas MARSHALL are:

i. John MARSHALL was born 7 May 1811 in Weyanoke,Charles-City,Virginia, and died 14 Dec 1854 in, Fauquier,Virginia,"Oak Hill". He married Anne Eliza BLACKWELL 20 Nov 1837, daughter of William BLACKWELL and Anne Sparke GORDON. She was born 5 Jan 1822, and died 18 Nov 1854.

ii. Agnes Harwood MARSHALL was born 5 Nov 1813 in ,Fauquier,Virginia,"Oakhill". She married Alexander Galt TALIAFERRO,_GEN. 4 May 1836, son of William TALIAFERRO and Harriet THROCKMORTON. He was born Sep 1808 in ,Gloucester,Virginia,"Churchill", and died 29 Jun 1884 in ,Culpeper,Virginia, "Ninondale".

iii. Mary MARSHALL was born 25 Mar 1816 in ,Fauquier, Virginia,"Oak Hill", and died 3 Jan 1878. She married William B. ARCHER Jan 1837. He was born 1814 in Richmond, Virginia, and died 1847.

iv. Fielding Lewis MARSHALL was born 29 Mar 1819 in ,Fauquier, Virginia,"Oakhill", and died 30 Jun 1902 in ,Orange,Virginia. He married Mary Newton THOMAS 9 Jul 1867. She was born 9 Aug 1842. He married Rebecca F. COKE 10 Apr 1843, daughter of Richard C. COKE and Mary W. BYRD. She was born 26 Oct 1824 in ,Fauquier,Virginia, and died 20 Apr 1862.

v. Anne Lewis MARSHALL was born 2 Aug 1822 in ,Fauquier,Virginia,"Oakhill", and died 26 Apr 1880. She married James Fitzgerald JONES 2 Jan 1845, son of William Strother JONES and Anna Maria MARSHALL. He was born 10 Sep 1822 in Winchester,Frederick,Virginia,"Vaucluse", and died 9 Oct 1866 in ,Fauquier,Virginia.

vi. Margaret Lewis MARSHALL was born 21 Oct 1823 in ,Fauquier,Virginia,"Oak Hill", and died 23 Oct 1907 in Baltimore,,Maryland. She married John Thomas SMITH 25 Sep 1845 in ,,,"Oakhill", son of John Adams Washington SMITH and Maria Love HAWKINS. He was born 15 Jan 1816 in Warrenton,,Virginia, and died 28 Jan 1872 in Mobile,,Alabama.

vii. Thomas MARSHALL was born 17 Jan 1826 in ,Fauquier,Virginia,"Oak Hill", and died 12 Nov 1864 in ,,,Civil War. He married Anna Maria BARTON 24 Aug 1848, daughter of David Walker BARTON and Frances L. A. JONES. She was born 20 Apr 1830 in Winchester,,Virginia, and died 11 Feb 1861.

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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~yvonne/OliverSources.xls
URL title: Oliver Sources
Note:
Margaret P. Oliver 1-Oct 1826 Will VA Gloucester Will of Rebecca Innes
Names:
Niece Susan Byrd, widow of William Byrd decd.
Fielding Lewis of Charles City a trust for Courtney W. Brooke, daughter of Elizabeth Brooke.
Rebecca Payton, daughter of Mary Chiswell Nelson of York Co.
Exor: Brother Fielding Lewis.
Wit: John Lewis, Thomas Nelson Jr., Henry Fleming, Robert L. Mungord.
A slave purchased of Landon Carter of Loudoun CO.
Niece Margaret P. Oliver a slave purches from her brother, Warner Lewis Oliver.
Niece Elizabeth S. Baylor, wife of Dr. George Baylor of Caroline Co.
Brother Fielding Lewis' three daughters viz Margaret Marshall, Frances Taylor and Eleanor Douthat.
Wit: Mary C Nelson, Rebecca C. Peytonh, Warner Hall.
(A statement with the will names brothers Fielding Lewis and John Lewis and nephew John Lewis.)
Some Wills from the Burned Counties of Virginia and other Wills not listed in "Virginia Wills and Administrations 1632-1800" by William Lindsay Hopkins, Richmond, VA 1987 p. 40 
Lewis, Margaret Wardrop (I004889)
 
390
Children of Martha RICHARDSON and William KING are:
iv. Margaret KING was born Abt 1680 in Stafford County, Virginia.
v. William Alfred KING was born 10 Mar 1683/84 in Stafford County, Brooke Virginia, and died 21 Dec 1727 in Stafford County, Brooke Virginia. He married Sophia Elizabeth BURGESS 1710 in Strafford, Virginia. She was born Abt 1690 in Prince William, Virginia.
vi. Thomas KING was born Abt 1687 in Westmorland, Brooke Virginia.
vii. John KING was born Abt 1690 in Stafford County, Brooke Virginia. 
Richardson, Martha (I023814)
 
391
Children of Mary Brown and John Nalle are:

i. Richard Nalle was born 1726 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia, and died 1786 in Culpeper County, Virginia. He married Judah Nalle 1748. She was born 1728.
ii. John Nalle was born 1728 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia, and died 1817 in Nelson County, Kentucky. He married Elizabeth Parker 1750, daughter of John Parker and Elizabeth Parker. She died 1819 in Nelson County, Kentucky.
iii. William Nalle was born 1735 in Orange County, Virginia, and died 1803 in Fauquier County, Virginia. He married Sarah or Susanna Nalle. He married Mary Blythe 28 APR 1796 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
iv. Francis Nalle was born 1740 in Orange County, Virginia, and died 1816 in Culpeper County, Virginia. He married Anne Gatewood 1762.
v. James Nalle was born 1740 in Orange County, Virginia, and died MAR 1814. He married Elizabeth Kelly 1769, daughter of William Kelly. She died 1814.
vi. Martin Nalle was born 1745 in Orange County, Virginia, and died 1780 in Kentucky.
vii. Agatha Nalle was born 1730 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia. She married Jeremiah Sims 1753. She married Russell Hill.
viii. Mary Nalle was born 1735 in Orange County, Virginia. She married Thomas Sims Jr., son of Thomas Sims Sr. and Rebecca Petty. He was born 1726, and died 1809.
ix. Anne Nalle was born in 1735 - 1740, Orange County, Virginia. She married William Burk.
x. Elizabeth Nalle was born 1735 in 1735 - 1740, Orange County, Virginia. She married James Sims, son of Thomas Sims Sr. and Rebecca Petty.
3. xi. Grissel Nalle was born 1740 in 1740 - 1745, Orange County, Virginia, and died in Washington County, Kentucky. She married Richard Parker in Before 16 Aug 1765, son of John Parker and Elizabeth Parker. He died FEB 1799 in Washington County, Kentucky.
xii. Amie Nalle was born in 1740 - 1745, Orange County, Virginia. She married William Morris. 
Browne, Mary (I043153)
 
392
Children of Mary Dorsey and John Weems are:

i. Anne Weems was born 1785 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, and died 29 JUN 1868 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland. She married Horatio Sharpe Ridout 15 OCT 1812 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, son of John Ridout and Mary Ogle. He was born 27 APR 1769 in "Whitehall" - Anne Arundel County, Maryland, and died 1834 in "Whitehall" - Anne Arundel.

ii. William Weems was born ABT 1786, and died 15 AUG 1829 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland. He married Priscilla Sellman 8 MAY 1804 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland. She was born ABT 1788. 
Dorsey, Mary (I036859)
 
393
Children of Mary MARSHALL and William B. ARCHER are:

i. Lizzie ARCHER was born 16 Sep 1843.
ii. Thomas Marshall ARCHER died 1878.
iii. William S. ARCHER was born 23 Mar 1840. 
Marshall, Mary (I027058)
 
394
Children of Michael DORSEY and Ruth TODD are:

John DORSEY was born 3 Jul 1734, and died 1779. He married Anne DORSEY Bef 1779, daughter of Philemon DORSEY and Catherine RIDGELY. She was born 2 Oct 1740.
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Richard Dorsey 5.20 D AA 1309.16.9 Apr 8 1767
Sureties: Basil Dorsey, John Dorsey.
Distribution to: Representatives unknown to this Office.
Administratrix: Elisabeth Dorsey 
Dorsey, John (I019990)
 
395
Children of Nancy MOSS and Robert LUTTRELL are:
i. Simon LUTTRELL was born 14 Oct 1792 in Served in War of 1812, and died 30 Sep 1839 in Mason County, Kentucky. He married UNKNOWN NANCY.
ii. Thomas LUTTRELL was born 1803, and died 8 Jul 1829.
iii. Malinda or Melinda LUTTRELL was born Abt 1790, and died 6 Apr 1865 in Audrain Co. MO. She married John Franklin DAVIS.
iv. Jane LUTTRELL.
v. Margaret (Peggy) LUTTRELL. She married UNKNOWN HARRISON. He was born in or Harvison 
Mosse, Nancy (I019977)
 
396
Children of Sarah (UNK) and Anthony TURNER are:

i. Anthony TURNER was born ABT 1732.

ii. Sarah TURNER was born 1735. She married (Unk) SUTTON. He was born ABT 1735 in Philadelphia, PA.

iii. Anne TURNER was born 1739.

iv. Simeon TURNER was born 1740, and died BEF 1791. 
Turner, Sarah MNU (I039123)
 
397
ELIZABETH (STURMAN) STEWART md. 2nd, shortly after the death of John Stewart, Sr., in 1702, Bryant Murphy, b. 1677, a young Irishman, who had been brought to Virginia at the age of 14 years, by her father, John Sturman II, for whom, among others, he claimed headright for importation, Feb. 1706. (West'd. Orders 1690-98, p. 41-1691). She was granted administration on his estate in 1708. By her marriage to Bryant Murphy, Elizabeth had one child:

(4) Bryants Murphy, Jr., who d. before reaching his majority, his half brother, William Stewart, inheriting his estate. William has now inherited the estate of two deceased half brothers. At the same time that John Stewart, Jr. sued his step-father, Thomas Muse, Sr., for his share of his father's estate in 1716, he also sued as guardian of his half brother, Bryant Murphy, Jr., both Thomas Muse and Elizabeth, his wite, having been granted administration on the estate of Bryant Murphy Sr., dec'd., Nov. 24, 1714. (West'd. Orders, 1705-1721 p. 255).
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA ORDER BOOK, 1707-1709 {Antient Press}: pg 80
Westmoreland County Court 24th of February 1708/09
- MURFFEY &c. v SPENCER. &c. Judgment is granted ELIZABETH
MURFFEY, Administratrix of BRYAN MURFFEY, against MARY SPENCER, Executrix ofJOHN SPENCER, deceased, for the surne offive hundred pounds of tobacco. Ordered shee be paid the same out of the Estate ofJOHN SPENCER in the hands ofMARY SPENCER, with costs als Execution 
Murphy, Bryant (I025821)
 
398
Fredericksburg Virginia Herald:"
"Married, at 'Carlton,' the seat of Mrs. Judith Short near Falmouth on Tuesday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. Wilson, Doctor Thomas W. Garnett to Miss Elizabeth Short, daughter of the late John Short, Esq:, of Stafford."

6 February, 1807, in Library of Congress 
Family F30175
 
399
From Donald Robey online:
" I find Thomas Robey, b. 1692, Charles County, Maryland, m. Sarah
Elizabeth Nalley, b. 1695. Maryland, listed on page 40 and 41 of the
book (vol I), "Robey, Roby, Robie" by William Grafton Robey."

Her parents were John Nalley and Jane Husculaw.

From the same book: "Thomas and Sarah's children are listed as:
Mary Robey
Joseph Robey
(nfn) Robey (female) m. Thomas Lane
John Nalley Robey, b. 1710
William Robey, b. 1716
Leonard Robey, b. 1735
Ignatious Robey, b. 1737
Mary Martha Robey, b. 1738, Port Tobacco, MD,m. (nfn) Morton
Jane Robey, b. 1739, Port Tobacco, MD, d. 1824"
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Charles County Land Record Book A#2, 1752-1756; Page (191). Jun 14, 1754 from Thomas Roby of CC, planter, to Roby Warnal of CC, for and in consideration of sd Roby Warnall's paying an equal part of the cost in taking up a tract of land called Roby's Range, containing 250 acres in CC, Thomas Roby has confirmed to sd Roby Warnall part of the afd tract of land, containing about 100 acres. Signed - Thomas (T his mark) Roby. Wit - Roht Yates, Dan of St Thos Jenefer. Elizabeth Roby, wife of sd Thomas, relinquished her right of dower to the lands within mentioned. Recorded Jun 14, 1754. 
Nalley, Sarah Elizabeth (I016272)
 
400
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/md/charles/land/tracy.txt

Penelope Beale of Charles County

State of Maryland, whereas Penelope Beale of Charles County, widow,
mother and natural guardian to Allanson Ford Beale, Martha Tennison Beale, Mary Penn Beale and Penelope Anne Beale, children of Charles Beale, late deceased, by her petition to the honorable, the Chancellor, did set forth that the said Charles Beale had in his life time, to wit, on the 12 January 1793 surveyed for him a tract of land called "Green Brier", lying in Charles county and containing one acre, one rood, and ten perches by virtue of a warrant for 5 acres obtained by him, the 3 of October 1792 as appears by the certificate thereof returned to the land office. That the said Charles Beale departed this life in the year 1793 without having made a will, leaving the first three mentioned children and Charles Beale infants. That the said Charles Beale, the infant, died shortly after his father and Penelope Anne Beale was born after the decease of her father. That the equitable interest in the said land being now vested to the children above mentioned and the composition due on the certificate thereof fully paid, the petitioner prayed that a patent may be issued. Chancellor ordered that a patent be hereby granted to Alanson Ford Beale, Martha Tennison Beale, Mary Penn Beale and Penelope Anne Beale. Granted 21 August 1794. MD LW&P 1792-1795, FHC Film 0013125, page 419.
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Charles County, Maryland, Inventories,1791-1797; Page 172".
Charles Beale - Inventory. Late of CC, decd.
Negro boy Jesse (16 years old), 1 Negro woman (19 years old & child 4 months.
Total amount: 277.15.11.
Signed Aug 8, 1793 - Hezekiah Johnson, Joshua Mudd.
Nearest of kin: Thomas (X his mark) Beale, Wm (x HIS MARK) Beale.
Creditors: James Henderson for Thos. Mundell, Judson M Clagett for Thomas Ho. & Judson Clagett.
CC, Aug 26, 1793, Then came Penelope Beale, administratrix of Charles Beale, & made oath.
Certified by John Muschett, Registrar of Wills.
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Charles County Maryland Will Book AF-11, 1791-1801, {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 155.
John Ford, December 22, 1791; April 8, 1793
I, John Ford of CC being poor health of body but of sound and disposing mind memory and understanding
To wife Elizabeth Ford the whole of my real estate, except one third part of a tract of land called Laurel Branch during her life and after her decease, to my son Philip Key Ford (except as before excepted) the whole of my estate being part of a tract of land called Hull whereon I now dwell, part of another tract called Laurel Branch and part of another tract called Friendship, this last part of tract containing two hundred and seventy six acres, three rod and eleven perches of land I purchased of John B. Lambeth who has assigned to me. Walter Hanson and Henry Barnes bond to him for the legal conveyance of it. If my son Philip Joy Ford and the heirs of his boy dies w/o heir and before 21yrs, the tract Hull to daughter Ann Latimer and the part of Laurel Branch to daughter Penelope Beale, and the part of the tract Friendship to be equally divided between daughters Ann Latimer and Penelope Beale.
To my son in law, Charles Beale one third part of land called Laurel Branch which I purchased of Robert Brown to be laid off parallel with the North East line of the original tract.
To wife Elizabeth Foard, the use of negros, Jacob, Nace, Dick, Frank, Moll and Joe and after her decease Jacob, Frank and Moll to son Philip Joy Ford, Nace to daughter Penelope Beale, and Dick to daughter Ann Latimer.
To son Philip Joy Ford, (negros) Stare, Else, Hannah, Charles, John, Jacob, Gusty, Dorah, Nancey, Keziah and Anne and their increase.
To daughter Penelope Beall the use of negros, Dark, Harry, Deck, Moll, Joe and Mary Frazier and after her decease, equally to her children
To daughter Ann Latimer the use of negros, Patt, Harry, Hester, Eley and Beall, and after her decease, equally to her children
Executor: wife Elizbeth Foard and son Philip Joy Foard
Signed: December 22, 1791 John (his mark) Foard
Wit - Thomas Clagett (Sr), Joseph Gill, Thomas Clagett Junr, Nathan Downing
Probated on April 8, 1793 by Philip Joy Ford together with witnesses Thomas Clagett Junr, Joseph Gill, Nathan Downing and Thomas Clagett Sr, who made oath that they saw the testator sign and seal this will.
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Charles County Maryland Probate
Records, Inventories, Book 1791-1797
150 John Ford - 15 Jun 1793 - William P. Ford & Penelopy Beale relations
172 Charles Beale - 26 Aug 1793 - Penelope Beale Admx
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Charles County, Maryland, Inventories,1791-1797; Page 150. John Ford - Inventory. Late of CC, decd.
Negro men: Jacob, Nace, Dick, Jacob, Frank. Negro boys: Charles, Joe, John, Gusty_ Old Negro woman Moll. Negro women: Stare, Nancy, Else, Hannah. Negro girls: Heziah, Ann. Total amount: 779.13.5.
Signed - Jun 15, 1793 - Jno Spalding, John Robinson, appraisers.
Creditor: Henry Barnes.
Relations: William P Ford, Penelopy (X her mark) Beane. CC, Jul 1, 1793. [Nothing follows].
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Will of Notley Ford, Charles County, 12/7/1782-1/21/1783. Wife: Ann, my
personal estate during her life and then to be equally divided among my 9
children. Exec: Wife, Ann. Wit: George H. Worsley, Edward Gwinn, Thomas
Young. Wife present at probate.

6/29/1790: From John Edward Joy of CC to William Penn Ford, Joseph Joy
Ford, Samuel Joy Ford, Edward Ford, Mary Anne Ford, Elizabeth Ford, and
Charity Young of CC. Notley Ford, father of these children in his will
dated 12/7/1782 directed that all his estate and possessions after the d. of
his wife should be equally divided between all of his children and doubts
having arisen about the afsd. clause of the will as to whether the estate
referred to personal property only and sd. John Edward Ford, heir at law to
sd. Notley Ford, being willing to remove every doubt about the will and to
comply with the intent of the will, now this deed witnesses that John Edward
Ford, for 5 shillings has sold to (the children named above) an equal share
and proportion of all the real estate of the sd. Notley Ford died seized of,
share and share alike as tenants in common and not as joint tenants. Wit:
Dan Jenifer, Henry Barnes. (Charles Co. Deeds).

Penelope's not named, but she belongs in one of the related Ford families.
This eliminates her as Notley's daughter. She might have been the daughter
of John Ford and Elizabeth Joy, but no proof.

Linda Reno
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Contributed by Shirley Middleton Moller

Allanson Ford Beal son of Charles Beal & Penellopy his wife was born 24th Oct 1780.
Mary Penn Beale Daughter to do ----do was born 18 Oct 1783
Martha Tennison Beale, Daughter of do ----do was born 1st March 1785
Charles Beale son of ditto ----ditto was born 23 Dec 1787

I hereby certify that the above is a true copy taken from the Proceedings of the Vestry of Port Tobacco Parish, in Charles County 2d August 1793. Wm H McPherson, Reg Port Tobo Parish 
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