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1781-1783 Culpeper County, Virginia Deed Book L (Part 2); [Antient Press]; Page 188-189
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I THOMAS (SLAUGHTER omitted) of County of Culpeper, Heir at Law of LAWRENCE SLAUGHTER deced, for divers good causes and considerations to me moving have this day and by these presents ordained and appointed BENJAMIN ROBERTS of County aforesaid my right and Lawfull Attorney for me and in my name as well in the said County and in any other County in this State to act in all manner of suits that shall in my behalf be commenced after the consealing of these presents and in my name to issue all and all manner of Process for me and in my name to Execute which shall be as good and authentick for me my heirs to us as tho I had in person acted the same; and I do by these presents as aforesaid Constitute and appoint said BENJAMIN ROBERTS my lawfull Attorney In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this Twenty first day of October One thousand seven hundred and Eighty two
in the presence of THOMAS SLAUGHTER
At a Court held for Culpeper County the 21st day of October 1782
This Power of Attorney was acknowledged by the within THOMAS SLAUGHTER and ordered to be recorded
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1783-1785 Culpeper County, Virginia Deed Book M; [Antient Press]; Page 316
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I THOMAS SLAUGHTER JUNR. of Culpeper County do hereby appoint OLIVER TOWLES Esqr. of SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTY my true and lawful Attorney for me and in my name to demand and receive all sums of money that may be due me within the State and failure of payment to sue for and recover the same And also to sell and dispose of any of my Property for the purpose of paying any of my Just Debts to which use he is to apply any monies he may receive on my account and make good and sufficient Title to any of my property he may dispose of hereby ratifying whatever my said Attorney shall legally do in the premises In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and Seal the 17th day of November in year of our Lord One thousand seven hundred &Eighty four
in the presence of THOMAS SLAUGHTER Jr.
At a Court held for Culpeper County 18th November 1784
This Power of Attorney was acknowledged by said THOMAS & ordered to be recorded 
Slaughter, Thomas (I28164)
 
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1791-1792 Culpeper County, Virginia Deed Book Q (Part 2); [Antient Press]; Page 347-348
THIS INDENTURE made this 22d. day of August one thousand seven hundred and thirty one Between RICHARD REYNOLDS of Culpeper County of one part and THOMAS CHAMBERS and WILLIAM HAWKINS of other part; Witnesseth that RICHARD REYNOLDS in consideration of Eighty pounds current money to him in hand paid. by these presents doth bargain & sell unto THOMAS CHAMBERS and WILLIAM HAWKINS their heirs the following slaves goods and chattels, to wit, one male slave called Ben, one male slave called Boatswain, one female slave called Jenny, also three feather beds & furniture, two bay Mares, one dun coloured Mare, also nine head of horned Cattle marked with a crop & three slits in the right & a slit on the left ear; Together with all the right title & property of said RICHARD REYNOLDS is hereby sold and conveyed toTHOMAS CHAMBERS & WILLIAM HAWKINS their heirs; And RICHARD REYNOLDS doth hereby oblige himself and his heirs to warrant and defend the right and title of said slaves & their future increase and of the goods & chattels unto THOMAS CHAMBERS & WILLIAM HAWKINS their heirs, PROVIDED, Always and it is hereby declared to be the true intent of these presents that if RICHARD REYNOLDS shall pay unto the Executors of JOHN HAWKINS, deceased, or their assigns, the amount of a specialty given to RICHARD REYNOLDS with THOMAS CHAMBERS and WILLIAM HAWKINS to said JOHN HAWKINS in his lifetime on or before the first day of September next ensuing, in that case the right and title of the slaves goods & chattels shall be again vested in said RICHARD REYNOLDS but if he fails to pay that THOMAS CHAMBERS & WILLIAM HAWKINS or either of them their heirs may immediately or at any time afterwards take said slaves goods and chattels into their possession and expose them to sale for ready money to pay the said Debt and all costs of seizure and sale and the costs of proving & recording this Indenture; In Witness whereof the said ROBERT REYNOLDS hath hereunto set his hand & affixed his seal the day & year first above written
Seal'd & Deliver'd in presence of
D. JAMESON JUNR., RICHARD REYNOLDS
FRANCIS HUGHES,
JOHN GORE JUNR., URIEL MALLARY
At a. Court held for Culpeper County the 19th day of Sept. 1791
This Mortgage from RICHARD REYNOLDS to THOMAS CHAMBERS & WILLIAM HAWKINS was proved by the Oaths of FRANCIS HUGHES & JOHN GORE JUNR, two of the witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded
Teste JOHN JAMESON, Cl Cur
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http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=192&last=193&g_p=GI &collection=NN Grant
Title Smith, Philip.
Publication 1 June 1771.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311.
Note Location: Westmoreland County.
Description: 60 acres beg.g at a place of the Bever Dam Swamp shown by Richard Steel to be at or about the place dividing the 120 acres between the brothers Thos. and Wm. Chambers. Escheat land.
Source: Northern Neck Grants I, 1757-1781, p. 192-193 (Reel 294).
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http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=363&last=&g_p=PA&co llection=LO Grant
Title Chambers, Thomas.
Publication 7 June 1780.
Gen. note [By the certificate of survey dated 27th March 1778 this land was then in this county. The county is in blank in the grant]
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: Pittsylvania County.
Description: 400 acres on the branches of Sandy Creek adjoining Bowder, and Claybrook.
Source: Land Office Grants A, 1779-1780 (v.1 & 2 p.1-685), p. 363 (Reel 42). 
Chambers, Thomas (I69429)
 
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1792 Culpeper County, Virginia Deed Book R; (Part 1); [Antient Press]; Page 86-89
THIS INDENTURE made this 20th day of January in the year 1792 Between PHILIP ROOTES THOMPSON and SUSANNA his Wife and JOHN THOMPSON and ELIZABETH his Wife of one part and MORDECAI BARBOUR of other part, all of County of Culpeper, Witnesseth that PHILIP ROOTES THOMPSON and JOHN THOMPSON and SUSANNA and ELIZABETH their Wives, in consideration of the sum of Fifteen hundred pounds in hand paid by MORDECAI BARBOUR by these presents do bargain sell and convey unto MORDECAI BARBOUR his heirs the tract of land whereon said JOHN THOMPSON now lives, also a tract which he purchased of ABSALOM BRADLEY, and part of a tract which the Revd. JOHN THOMPSON, his Father, bought of THOMAS YATES, all three lying in County of Culpeper adjoining each other and containing by estimation Five hundred acres be the same more or less, and bounded, Beginning at a corner established by said JOHN THOMPSON and HENRY TALIAFERRO on South side of the Road leading to FREDERICKSBURG not far from said TALIAFERRO's House, and running thence So. forty de. W; one hundred and seventy eight po: to a white Oak, corner to the OLD GLEBE TRACT, thence So. sixty one de: E: thirty po: to two Pine saplins and a white Oak in a Glade, thence So. three de. W: ninety po: to two white Oaks, corner to Mr. ZIMMERMAN, thence No: eighty five de. East twelve po: two box Oaks & a white Oak, corner to a tract of land sold by said JOHN THOMPSON to ABSALOM BRADLEY, thence with BRADLEYs line So. five de. W: two hundred and seventy po: to two white Oaks, another corner of BRADLEYs, thence No. eighty nine de. E. seventy po: to a Gum and Ash; thence No. six de. East two hundred and seven po: to a box Oak and black Oak corner to LEVI HAINES, thence No. eight five de. E. forty po: to three dead white Oaks in a Glade, thence No. sixty de. E. one hundred and twelve po: to a forked white Oak, corner to OLD MR. WRIGHT. now EVANS, thence So. seventy four de. E. eleven po: & a half, thence No. two de. E: seventy eight po:, thence No: seventy nine de. West eleven po: & a half to THOMPSONs Old Line, thence No. two de: E: one hundred and fifty po: to two Chesnut Oak Stumps supposed to be CAR-ER's Old Corner, thence with the Road leading from STEVENSBURG to FREDERICKSBURG and striking a forked Cherry tree in the So. side of the Road to the beginning; And also the rents issues and profits of said tract of land; To have and to hold the land & premises with its appurtenances unto MORDECAI BARBOUR his heirs; and PHILIP ROOTES THOMPSON and JOHN THOMPSON & SUSANNA and ELIZABETH their Wives their heirs will warrant and forever defend the same free from the claim of any person; In Witness whereof they have hereunto subscribed their names and affixed their seals the day and year above mentioned
Signed sealed and acknowledged in the presence of
BIRKETT DAVENPORT PHIL: R. THOMPSON
D. JAMESON JUNR. SUSANNA THOMPSON
JOHN THOMPSON
ELIZABETH THOMPSON
The Commonwealth of Virginia to EDWARD STEVENS, BIRKETT DAVENPORT and DAVID JAMESON, Justices of County of Culpeper, Greeting, Whereas (the Commission for the privy examinations of SUSANNA. the Wife of PHILIP ROOTES THOMPSON, and ELIZABETH, the Wife of JOHN THOMPSON) Witness JOHN JAMESON, Clerk of our said Court at the Courthouse this 18th day of February 1792 and in the sixteenth year of the Commonwealth
JOHN JAMESON
Culpeper Sct. Agreeable to the above Dedimus to us directed, we did this day personally go to the said SUSANNA & ELIZABETH THOMPSON and examined them privily and apart from their Husbands (the return of the execution of the privy examination of SUSANNA THOMP-SON and ELIZABETH THOMPSON); Given under our hands and seals this 18th day of Febru-
ary 1792 BIRKETT DAVENPORT
D. JAMESON JUNR.
At a Court held for Culpeper County the 16th day of July 1792
This Indenture of Bargain and Sale from PHILIP ROOTES THOMPSON and SUSANNA his
Wife and JOHN THOMPSON and ELIZABETH his Wife was acknowledged by the said PHILIP
ROOTES and JOHN THOMPSON and together with a Commission thereto annexed and Cer-
tificate thereon endorsed, is ordered to be recorded
Teste JOHN JAMESON, Cl Cur 
Thompson, Philip Rootes {addl records} (I135938)
 
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26 Aug 1678 - 11 Dec 1678 (Northampton Co VA Wills)
Will of (Capt.) John SAVAGE, Gent. - 26 Aug. 1678 / 11 Dec. 1678 -

To my son John SAVAGE (not of age) the following eight plantations: John WEBSTER'S, Thomas BANKES', Robert HARRISON'S, Steven SCOTT'S Hendrick
ABELL'S, Thomas DUPARKS', William LAWRENCE'S, and the widow WEBLEY'S, the said plantations containing in thewhole about 700 A. And also 500 A. being part of 1000 A. which (Col.) STRINGER now leases from me.

To my son John one gun called "Chapman", a chest which I carried to England, my gold seal ring, and my silver wine cup.

To my son Thomas SAVAGE the plantations which (Lt.) Thomas WILSON, Samuel POWELL, and John BEUZY now live upon containing 400 A.

To son Thomas my gold stone ring, a silver drackine cup with the picture of a Swann in the middle.

To my son Elkington SAVAGE the three plantations belonging to Edwrd CABLE, John DAVIS, and Samuel CHURCH containing 350 A., and also 400 A. by a branch called Roody Branch and running north along the horse path until it comes to my north line.

To son Elkington my silver seale and paine silver drachin cup.

To my dau. Mary SAVAGE the plantations where Phillip MONGOM, Edward PERKINSON, and Peter DUPARKS live containing 300A.

To my dau. Susannah KENDALL and her husband John KENDALL all my right to 800 A. bounded easterly upon the main ocean, westerly upon the 400 A. given my son Elkington, and by the 200 A. given to my two grandsons Thomas and John KENDALL, and northerly by the land of Richard PATRICK.

To my dau. Susannah one gold hoop ring.

To my dau. Grace CORBIN and her husband George CORBIN the plantatins of Samuel YONGE'S, John ABBOTT'S, and Thomas CHURCHE'S containing 250 A.

To George CORBIN a pair of pistolls and holsters, a pair of silver buttons, and my servant Thomas OWEN alias? WIBBER for the time he has to serve (being one cropp).

To my grandchildren John and Thomas KENDALL the sons of the above mentioned John and Susannah KENDALL 200 A. lying westerly along the 400 A. given to my son Elkington.

To my granddau. Susannah KENDALL, the dau. Of John and Susannah, the 100 A. plantation whereon William COWDREY, my son-in-law now dwells, which I have given him for life.

To my good friend and relation John DAVIS 1000 # t.

To each of Jacob BISHOP, John HARMANSON, Hannah WEB, Anne HUDSON, and Mary BAKER a heifer.

To my youngest dau. [no name] now lately born 500 A. being part of the 1000 A. leased to (Col.) STRINGER.

My children John, Elkington, and Mary SAVAGE to be forthwith put to school for 5 years.

My son John extr. My friends (Lt. Col.) William WATERS, (Col.) William KENDALL, John MICHAEL, Sr., Thomas HARMANSON, and my two sons-in-law John KENDLL and George CORBIN to oversee.

To my wife Mary SAVAGE 20s or 200 # t.

My three servants Thomas TOMPSON, William MORGAN, and JARVIS COOMES each to have a cow calf.
Witt: John TANKARD, Tempus BEATHA, John [J] DUPARKS, Gabriell [X] POWELL, John COLEMAN - p. 315.
[Author's Notes: Anne SAVAGE (the wife of (Capt.) John SAVAGE) is the sister of Thomas HARMANSON - 1657- 1666, p. 226 {234}. The widow married William COWDRY - 1679-1683, p. 219. The dau. Mary married Sampson WEABSTER - 1680-1692, p. 263. George CORBIN and Henry WARREN are dipicted as sons of (Capt.) John SAVAGE - 1680-1692, p. 24]
(Abstracts of the Wills and Administrations of Northampton County, Virginia 1632-1802 by James Handley Marshall, 1994, pg 103 & 104))

Combs &c. Families of
Virginia's Eastern Shore
(Accomack and Northampton Counties)
http://www.combs-families.org/combs/records/va/east.htm 
Kendall, Thomas (I35098)
 
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Abstracts of Lancaster County, Virginia Wills 1653-1800; {Ida J. Lee}
KING, John. 2 Mar. 1752. Rec. 19 June 1752.
Wife: Judith. Sons: John (not 21 and William King. Dau: Mary King. Exors: Wife and John Kent, Sr., & Thos. Brent. Wits: John Shelton, Thos. Brent. W.B. 15, p. 100
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Abstracts of Lancaster County, Virginia Wills 1653-1800; {Ida J. Lee}
KING, John. Division of estate. 17 Feb. 1758. Rec. 19 May 1758. William Brent in right of his wife, widow of sd deceased. Coleman Doggett in right of Mary his wife, orphan of deceased. William King and John King, orphans of John King. W.B. 16, p. 12.
KING, John. Division. Rec. 15 Oct. 1764.
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Lancaster County Virginia Marriages
February 6, 1718, Jerome Pasquet and Lycia King
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Lancaster County Virginia Marriages
January 14, 1723/4, Thomas Chilton and Winifred, daughter of Judith King
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Lancaster County Virginia Marriages
June 17, 1765, John Bailey and Judith Brent
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Abstracts of Lancaster County, Virginia Wills 1653-1800; {Ida J. Lee}
BRENT, George. Will. 6 July 1748. Rec. 18 August 1748.
Sons: George, Charles (not of age) and Thomas; daughters: Lucy Brent (not of age) Amy Haines, Judith King Grandchil- dren: Wm. King, John King and Mary King, children of dau. Judith King. Extr. Thomas and Geo. Brent and Antho. Kirk. Wits. John Hubbard, John Norris, Dale Carter. W.B. 14, P. 206.
Division of above estate recorded 9 June 1749-among his 6 children vizt: Thomas, George and Charles Brent and Judith King, Amy Haynes and Lucy Brent. W.B. 14, p. 247.
Inventory and Appraisement returned by Thos. Brent, Extr. Rec. 27 Sep. 1748. W.B. 14, p. 222 
King, John (I122733)
 
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Adams, Charles, carpenter, Charles County, 10th Jan., 1733/4; 4th Feb., 1734.
To son George and hrs., "Adamses Delight;" and personalty.
To son Charles and hrs., "Frogs Nest."
To dau. Sarah, son Lodowick, Anne Skinner and dau. Barbary Allen, personalty.
To wife Elizabeth and son Charles, ex., residue of estate.
Test: George Elgin, Francis Dunnington, Jr., John Elgin. 20. 879
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Liber Q, Page 44
COURT OF 10 Nov 1691
Susanna Thomas, relict of William Thomas, requests probate of his will
Will of William Thomas; to son John Thomas 100 acres part of a patent of 250 acres called Mannis Cleare adjoining Mr. Addison and personal estate; to my 3 children George, Guyott and Elizabeth, remainder of parcel given son John to be divided equally; to wife Susanna half of the 100 acres I now live on and the other half to son William Thomas; William to inherit Susanna's part at her decease; to dau. Mary, a colt; sons to be of age at 17; /s/ William Thomas; wit. Thomas Henson, George Barton (mark), William Atthens (mark); John Godshall and John Gray to appraise estate
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Thomas, Susannah, Charles County, 20th Feb., 1723-4; 31st Aug., 1724.
To son George and dau. Elizabeth Adams, personalty.
To son William and hrs.,. residue of personal estate.
Ex.: Son Thomas (sic). T. P. show son William to have been appointed.
Test: William Williams, George Carter., William Cooper.
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Riverside: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 343-3: MANISECLEARE: 250 acres; Possession of - 50 Acres - Adams, Charles: 50 Acres - Thomas, George: 50 Acres - Thomas, Guy: 100 Acres - Thomas, William: : : : Surveyed 18 April 1680 for William Thomas at a bound hiccory on the East side of a great branch (Tsay) Beaverdam about 3 miles of Zachary Wades: Other Conveyance notes - 150 Acres - James Beall from George Thomas; 5 Nov 1726, 25 Acres - Lodwick Adams from George Thomas; 20 Feb 1734,75 Acres - Lodwick Adams from Elizabeth Adams; 12 Mar 1734, , , , 
Thomas, Elizabeth (I12884)
 
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Assessment of 1783 Charles County- Maryland State Archives Maryland State
Archives
MARYLAND INDEXES
(Assessment of 1783, Index)
1783
Charles County
MSA S 1437
John Dodson. 100 acres. CH 4th District, General p. 3. MSA S 1161-4-12 1/4/5/47
John Dodson. McDonalds Addition, pt, 100 acres. CH 4th District, Land p. 7. MSA S 1161-4-13 1/4/5/47 
Dodson, John (I102957)
 
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BURCKHEAD, NEHEMIAH, Anne Arundel Co. 6th June, 1744; 26th July, 1744.
To wife, 1/3 of my estate, real and personal.
To eldest son Nehemiah, "Wells Hills.'
To son SAMUEL, coex., pt. of my dwelling plantation adj. land of Seaborn Tucker.
To sons John, coex., and Mathew, remainder of my land, to be equally divided among them.
To granddau SARAH WATERS, personalty.
To granddau SARAH BIRCKHEAD
To ELIZABETH WATERS.
Test: Dr. John Hamilton, Richard Randall, Wm. Brereton. 23. 613.
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Nehemiah Birkhead, Sr. 30.45 AA £728.19.2 Oct 8 1744 Oct 22 1744
Appraisers: Thomas Ireland, Jr., Samuel Robinson (also Samuel Robertson).
Creditors: Jo. Hamilton, Littleton Waters.
Next of kin: Littleton Waters, Samuel Birkhead.
Executors: Nehemiah Birkhead, John Birkhead.
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Nehemiah Birkhead Sr. 31.221 AA £92.3.0 Aug 13 1745
Appraisers: Samuel Robertson, Thomas Ireland, Jr.
Executors: Nehemiah Birkhead, John Birkhead.
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Nehemiah Birkhead 21.389 A AA £728.19.2 £542.13.1 Aug 13 1745
A second inventory is cited in the amount of £92.5.0.
Received from: John Wardrop, Hugh Taylor.
Payments to: Dr. John Hamilton, Nehemiah (accountant), Edward Jevans, William Trahern, Mr. Samuel Chew, William Brereton, Jonathon Whitehead, Littleton Waters, Benjamin Hance, John (accountant), Sarah Birkhead (widow), Littleton Waters who married Elisabeth Birkhead (dau, her portion), Matthew Birkhead (son, his portion).
Legatees: Sarah Birkhead (granddaughter, daughter of Nehemiah (accountant)).
Executors: Nehemiah Birckhead (Quaker), John Birkhead (Quaker).
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TUCKER, SEABORN, Anne Arundel Co. 22 Jun, 1752; 12 Mar, 1753
To dau. Ann Birckhead, dwelling plantation.
To son John Tucker, all the sterl. money I have in John Boshman's hands, to buy himself some land; at his decease, to fall to grand-son Seaborn Tucker.
To son Jacob Tucker, slave girl.
To grand -dau. Ann Birckhead, slave girl.
Everything I have already given to dau. Ann Birckhead. Remaining pt. of estate to be divided bet. John Tucker, Mary Car (?) and Ann Birckhead.
Son-in-law Samuel Birckhead, ex.
Wit: Nehemiah Birckhead, Alexander Frazier, Elender Fowler. 28. 43
=== wife of brother Nehemiah
BIRCKHEAD, ELIZABETH, Anne Arundel Co. 15 Sep 1772; 28 April 1773
To son Nehemiah Birckhead, ex., all sterling money I have in England.
To on John Birckhead, Negro boy Tom.
To sons Nehemiah, Mathew, Francis and John Birckhead, remainder of my estate.
Wit: Samuel Birckhead; Robert Wood; Richard Randal. 39. 241 
Birckhead, Samuel (I70825)
 
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Calvert County Circuit Court
Land Surveys and Condominium Plats

Eltonhead Mannor, 5000 Acres; Certificate
Developer/Owner: Groome, Samuel 1664 Patent Record 7, p. 528 0 0 MSA S 1583-507 
Groome, Samuel (I64852)
 
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Catherine Bloomfield 28.9 A FR £34.16.8 £63.18.3 Mar 31 1750
Payments to: Robert Debutts, Thomas Douthitt, John Bell, Joseph Wood, Stephen Julian, Daniel Dulany, Esq.
Administrator: Charles Hedges.
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Hedges, Joseph, Manaquicy, Prince George's County, 6th Sept., 1732; 29th Nov., 1732.
To son Solomon and hrs., 258 A. on Manaquicy Ck.
To 2 sons Charles and Joshua and their hrs., each 200 A. at Opeekan.
To sons Jonas and Joseph and their hrs., 400 A. to be bou. by exs. at Opecken divided equally,
To son Samuel and hrs., 100 A. to be bou. by exs. at "Manaquicy.",
To daus. Ruth, Cathren and Dorcas and sons Joseph and Samuel, personalty.
To wife [unnamed] and child., residue of estate.
Exs.: Sons Solomon and Charles.
Test: Chidly Mathews, Thomas Hillard, John Hillard. MCW 20, 468. 
Hedges, Catherine (I16242)
 
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber C, Page 171
10 Jun 1667; Indenture from Morgan Jones, planter, to John Hutchinson, Gent.; a parcel of land on the north side of the Potomac River about 2 miles from the mouth of Nangemy; bounded by land formerly laid out for Daniell Gordian now in possession of Robert Slye; /s/ Morgan Jones (mark); wit. Geo. Thompson, James Lindsey
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1668-1671 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 1, Part 1; [John Frederick Dorman];
Pages 88a-89 [D&W 1, pp. 392-94]. 15 April 1667. Patent of Sir William Berkeley unto Thomas Dias and Richard Granger of 1350 acres upon the branches of Nomenie River in the forrest betwixt the two rivers of Potowmack and Rappahanock ... land belonging to Mr. John Wheston ... line of William Bayly and Edward Hawlye... for the transportation of 27 persons into this Collony
William Berkeley
17 Nov. [1669]. Recorded.
26 May 1669. Thomas Dias of Totaskey Creeke in Rappahannock River unto John Quigley of Westmoreland County. For a valuable consideration. This pattent and the land therein mentioned.
Thomas Dias
Wit: Nathanael Carye, Samll. Vaughan.
17 9br [Nov.] 1669. Acknowledged by Mr. John Wheston attornie of Thomas Dyas and Michall his wife.
Thomas Dyas letter of attorney recorded folio 87.
17 Feb. 1669 [1670]. John Quigley of Westmoreland County, merchant, unto Morgan Jones. For a valuable consideration. 900 acres in this pattent, being the remaining part unsould and being the south west side of the tract.
John Quigley
Wit: Marcus Biggs, Peter Paine.
25 May 1670. Acknowledged by Mr. John Quigley and Ellenor his wife
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1668-1671 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 1, Part 1; [John Frederick Dorman];
Pages 92-92a. 15 April 1667. Patent of Sir William Berkeley unto Thomas Dias and Richard Granger of 1350 acres upon the branches of Nomenie River in the forrest betwixt the two rivers of Potowmack and Rappahannock ... land belonging to Mr. John Wheston ... land of William Bayley and Edward Hawley ... due for the transportation of 27 persons.
William Berkeley
Wit: Phil. Ludwell.
17 9br [Nov.] 1670. Recorded.
26 May 1669. Thomas Dias of Totuskey Creeke in Rappahannock River unto [not stated] This pattent and the land therein mentioned.
Thomas Dias
Wit: Nath. Cary, Samll. Vaughan.
17 9br [Nov.] 1670. Acknowledged by Mr. John Wheston, attorney of Thomas Dyas and Michall his wife.
17 Feb. 1669 [1670]. John Quiglye of Westmoreland County, merchant, unto Morgan Jones. For a valuable consideration. 900 acres in this pattent mentioned, being the remaining part unsould and being the southwest side of the tract.
John Quigley
Wit: Marcus Biggs, Peter Paine.
24 May 1670. Acknowledged by Mr. John Quigley and Ellenor his wife.
[D&W 1, pp. 401-2]. 21 Oct. 1671. Morgan Jones of Westmoreland County, planter, unto Richard Searle. For a valuable consideration. 900 acres in this pattent mentioned, being the remaining parcell unsold, being the south west side.
Morgan (X) Jones
Wit: John Cockerell, Mathew Steele.
25 Oct. 1671. Acknowledged by Morgan Jones.
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Charles County Liber L#2 Page 101.
At the request of Mr. Henry Neale, the following deed was recorded this Sep 7, 1723.
I, Morgin Jones of Westmoreland County"`Virginia,`'for a valuable consideration received of John Slye, I hereby grant John Slye all that tract of land, being in the"frechis [freshes] of Potomack [River] in Maryland, lying in CC, known by the name of St. Benedicts, containing 300 acres, bounded by Piscataway River side at the mouth of a marsh in Goose Bay, a line drawn east into the woods,-a red oak near the land of Mr. Wade, formerly called Gorny Banks Land, containing and laid out for about 300 acres.'Signed Sep 25, 1670 - Morgin (} his mark) Jones. Wit - Thomas Barratt.
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1670-1674 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 1, Part 2; [John Frederick Dorman];
Pages 95-95a [D&W 1, pp. 408-09]. 2 July 1669. Patent of Sir Wm. Berkeley unto Richard Searles of 278 acres in Westmoreland County upon the southeast side of Nomenie River ... land of William Spence ... up Nomenie ... on the north east point of Flood's Creeke which creeke devides this land and the land of Peter Dunken ... formerly belonging to Richard Kenner and by him and Elizabeth his wife sold to Richard Searles 26 Feb. 1667 [1668].
William Berkeley
Wit: Phill. Ludwell, Cl. Off.
25 Oct. 1671. Recorded.
21 Oct. 1671. Richard Searles of Nomanie, planter, in Westmoreland County, to Morgan Jones. For a valuable consideration. This pattent and the land therein mentioned.
Richard (X) Searles
Wit: John Cockerell, Matthew Steale.
25 Oct. 1671. Acknowledged by Richard Searle and his wife.
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1670-1674 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 1, Part 2; [John Frederick Dorman];
Page 104a. 18 9br [Nov.] 1669. Morgan Jones of Westmoreland County, potter, unto John Foxhall, marchant. For a considerable summe of tobacco due to him and alsoe for an order that Major John Washington obtained against him, also for an execution that Darbey Fowler and Morris Veale obtained against him, which John Foxhall is my securitie and hath oblidged to pay for mee. All my debts in the Province of Maryland and also all my debts due in Elizabeth River, as alsoe all my share of the earthen ware that I have made this present yeare at the potthouse at Mr. Quigley's plantation and alsoe my share of ware which I shall make this present yeare upon the said plantation.
Morgan (X) Jones
Wit: John Ashton, Thomas Pope.
18 9br [Nov.] 1669. Recorded.
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1670-1674 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 1, Part 2; [John Frederick Dorman];
Pages 119-119a. 18 May 1672. William Lloyd to Morgan Jones. For a valuable consideration. 1450 acres in the forrest betweene Rappahannock Creeke and Nominy River ... outside corner tree of John Essex ... land of Jacob Reamey ... land of Turkey Cock Hill ...
William Lloyd
Wit: Moses Powell, Rice (X) Morgan, Gabriell Cox.
24 May 1672. Acknowledged by Major William Peirce attorney of William Lloyd.
18 May 1672. William Lloyd appointe my loving frind Major William Peirce my attorney to acknowledge at Nomenie Court one deede made from mee to Morgan Jones for 1450 acres.
William Lloyd
Wit: Moses Powell, Rice (X) Morgan, Gabriell Cox.
24 May 1672. Recorded
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1670-1674 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 1, Part 2; [John Frederick Dorman];
Pages 159-159a. 22 7ber [Sept.] 1673. Morgan Jones to Edmd. Waite. For a valuable consideration. 200 acres in the forrest betweene Rappa: Creeke and Nominy River ... upon the land of Tho: Dickeson ... Nich: Sutton ... west side of Pantecote Runn ... Morgan (X) Jones
Wit: Peeter Paines, Rice (X) Morgan.
24 7br [Sept.] 1673. Acknowledged by Morgan Jones.
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1670-1674 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 1, Part 2; [John Frederick Dorman];
Pages 160a-161. 22 Aug. 1673. Morgan Jones to Tho: Dikeson. For a valuable consideration.200 acres in the forrest between Rappa. Creeke and Nominy River ... upon Leonard Dozier
at the head line of Jacob Ramy.
Morgin (X) Jones
Wit: Peeter Paines, Jno. (X) Onell.
24 7ber [Sept.] 1673. Acknowledged by Morgan Jones.
24 7ber [Sept.] 1673. [blank] wife of Morgin Jones did acknowledge her right of thirds.
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1670-1674 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 1, Part 2; [John Frederick Dorman];
Pages 162a-163. 20 Aug. 1673. Morgin Jones to Leonard Dozier. For a valuable consideration. 300 acres in the forrest between Rappa. Creeke and Nominy River ... corner tree of Jacob Ramie's head line ... at Pantacoke Runn... on a knowle by a branch ...
Morgan (X) Jones
Wit: Peeter Paine, Henry (X) Reanolds.
24 7ber [Sept.] 1673. Acknowledged by Morgan Jones.
24 7ber [Sept.] 1673. [blank] wife of Morgin Jones did acknowledge her right of dower.
24 7ber [Sept.] 1673. Bond of Morgan Jones of Copely Parish, Westmoreland County, unto Leonard Dozier of same. For 8000 pounds of tobacco. To keepe the covenants for warrantee in the deed.
Morgan (X) Jones
Wit: Jno. Lewlinge, Edward Parker.
24 7ber [Sept.] 1673. Acknowledged by Morgan Jones.
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1670-1674 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 1, Part 2; [John Frederick Dorman];
Pages 163-163a. 20 Aug. 1673. Morgan Jones to Henry Reynolds. For a valuable consideration. 110 acres in the forrest betweene Rappa: Creeke and Nominy River ... upon the head line of Leonard Dozier and Tho: Dickeson ... line of John Essex ...
Morgan Jones
Wit: Peeter Paine, Leonard (X) Dozier.
24 7ber [Sept.] 1673. Acknowledged by Morgan Jones.
24 7ber [Sept.] 1673. [blank] Jones the wife of Morgin Jones did acknowledge hir right of dower.
24 7ber [Sept.] 1673. Bond of Morgan Jones of Copely Parish, Westmoreland County, unto Henry Reynolds of same. For 7000 pounds of tobacco. To keepe covenants for warrantee in the deed.
Morgan (X) Jones
Wit: Anth: Bridges, Jno: How.
24 7ber (Sept.) 1673. Acknowledged by Morgan Jones.
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1670-1674 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 1, Part 2; [John Frederick Dorman];
Pages 169-170. 17 9ber [Nov.] 1673. Morgan Jones to Edwd. Franklyn and Robt. Sanford. For a valuable consideration. 385 acres in the forrest betweene Rappa. Creeke and Nominy River ... corner tree of Leonard Dozier standing uppon the line of Jacob Ramy.
Morgan (X) Jones
Wit: Peeter Payne, Tho. (X) Wadson, Rice (X) Jones.
19 9ber [Nov.] 1673. Acknowledged by Mr. Dann. Hutt attorney of Morgan Jones.
19 9ber [Nov.] 1673. Rose Jones by hir attorney Peeter Paine did acknowledge full sattisfaction to her right of dower.
20 9ber [Nov.] 1673. Rose Jones appoynt my loving freind Peeter Payne my attorney to acknowledge at Nominy Court my thirds of a deed made by my husband Morgan Jcnes to Edwd. Franklyn and Robt. Sanford of 385 acres.
Rose (X) Jones
Wit: Peeter Payne, Peeter (X) Dunkin.
20 9ber [Nov.] 1673. Recorded.
17 9ber [Nov.] 1673. Morgan Jones appoynt my loving friend Mr. Dann. Hutt my attorney to acknowledge at Nominy Court one deed from me to Edwd. Franklyn and Robt. Sanford for 385 acres.
Morgan (X) Jones
Wit: Peeter Paine, Rice (X) Morgan.
20 9ber [Nov.] 1673. Recorded.
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1674-1677 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 1, Part 3; [John Frederick Dorman];
Pages 190-190a. 17 June 1674. Tho. Dickison to Morgan Jones. For a valuable consideration. 200 acres in the forrest betwen Rappa. Creeke and Nominy River ... corner tree of Leonard Dozier.
Tho. (X) Dickison
Wit: Joseph (X) Streatford, Wm. (X) Taylor.
25 June 1674. Acknowledged by Peeter Payne attorney of Tho: Dickison.
17 June 1674. Tho: Dickison of St. Marie's Co., Md., appoynt Peeter Payne of Nominy In Westmoreland County, potter, attorney to grant unto Morgan Jones 200 acres
Tho. (X) Dickison
Delivered to Jno. Slye.
Wit: Joseph (X) Streatford, Wm. (X) Taylor.
25 June 1674. Recorded.
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1674-1677 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 1, Part 3; [John Frederick Dorman];
Page 193a. Wm. Lambert, aged 28 yeares or therabouts, declareth that being at the house of Wm. Spence the solemnizing of Mathew Steele's wedding some difference did arrise between Mr. Searles and Morgan Jones concerning the plantation that Mr. Searles had sold him. Searles said that Morgan Jones had not given Searles any sattisfaction for the plantation and his reason was that because Capa: Hull had surveighed the land from Searles, and with that Jones his wife caught Searles by the haire and said he was an old rogue and the deponent said civiler languadge would become her.
Wm. Lambert
26 Aug. 1674. Recorded.
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1674-1677 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 1, Part 3; [John Frederick Dorman];
Pages 209-209a. Mr. Rich. Searles patten and assignement to Morgan Jones recorded in foll: 95.
4 7ber [Sept.] 1674. Morgan Jones of Westmoreland County, potter, unto Ja: Blinco of said county, planter. The within patten.
Morgan (X) Jones
Wit: Peter Payne, Cornelius (X) Morphew.
28 8ber [Oct.] 1674. Acknowledged by Peter Payne attorney of Morgan Jones.
4 7ber [Sept.] 1674. Morgan Jones of Westmoreland County, potter, unto Ja: Blinco of same, planter. One plantation in Nominy River by a pattent, and tenn cowes, one bull, three two yeare old beasts and seaven calfes and likewise tenn sowes, one barrow, to be delivered the fifteenth day of this month.
Morgan (X) Jones
Wit: Peter Payne, Cornelius (X) Morphew.
28 8ber [Oct.] 1674. Acknowledged by Peter Payne attorney of Morgan Jones.
26 8ber [Oct.] 1674. Morgan Jones appoynt my loving freind Peter Payne my attorney to acknowledge at Nominy Court one deede of land to Ja: Blinco.
Morgan (X) Jones
Wit: Francis Rooeder, Rich: Samuell.
28 8ber [Oct.] 1674. Recorded.
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1674-1677 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 1, Part 3; [John Frederick Dorman];
Pages 241-241a. 27 7ber [Sept.] 1667. Grant of Sir William Berkley unto Zerobabell Wells of 500 acres in Northumberland County cn the south side of Armesby's Creeke ... branch of the creeke... due unto Rich. Wells as appeares by patten 1 Aug. 1653 and by him assigned to Zerobabell Wells sonne and heire of Rich: Wells.
Wm. Berkley
Wit: Phillip Ludwell, Clk. Off.
25 Aug. 1675. Recorded.
8 March 1674 [1675]. Zerobabell Wells the sonne and heire of Rich: Wells unto Morgan Jones. For a valuable consideration. All my interest of this patten.
Zerobabell (X) Wells
Wit: Oliver Griffin, Robt. (X) Peacock.
25 Aug. 1675. Acknowledged by Cornelius Morphew attorney of Zerobabell Wells.
13 March 1674/5. Zerobabell Wells appoynt Cornelius Morphew my attorney to acknowledge the assignment unto Morgan Jones.
Zerobabell (X) Wells
Wit: Ja: Galand, Robt. (X) Peacock.
25 Aug. 1675. Recorded.

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1674-1677 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 1, Part 3; [John Frederick Dorman];
Page 247. 11 Jan. 1675. Morgan Jones impower Oliver Griffinn to be my attorney to act in all causes.
Morgan Jones
Wit: Henry Wharton, Olliver LittleJohn.
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1674-1677 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 1, Part 3; [John Frederick Dorman];
Page 246a. 19 Nov. 1675. Richd. Pullen doe appointe Wm. Fitzhugh my attorney to answer the suite of Morgan Jones.
Richd. (R) Pullin
Wit: Tho: (T) Allison.

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1674-1676 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 5, Part II; [Antient Press]; Page 323-325
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I MORGAN JONES for a valuable consideration in hand received of HENRY RENNOLDS the Receipt whereof I doe hereby acknowledge and of every part and parcell thereof doe hereby discharge the said HENRY RENNOLDS and have granted unto the aforesaid HENRY RENNOLDS his heirs and assigns forever a parcell of land lying and being in the FORREST between RAPPA CREEK and NOMINY RIVER containing One hundred and ten acres of land lying upon the head lines of LEONARD DOSERE {sic Dozier} and THOMAS DICKESON their outside Corner tree and soe likewise upon the lines of JOHN ESSEX so for breadth & length containing the aforesaid quantity of One hundred and ten acres of land together with all their appurtenances unto the aforesaid HENRY REYNOLDS his heirs & assigns forever more with warranty from the clayme of any persons clayming or pretending any right from by or under me the said MORGAN JONES or my heirs or assigns he the said HENRY RENNOLDS his heirs paying to our Sovereign Lord the King his heirs & Successors the Rent due and of Right accustomed. In Witness whereof I have hereunto sett my hand and seale this Twentieth day of August 1673
in presence of PETER PAINE, MORGAN JONES
LEONARD q DASERE
24th 7ber 1673 This Sale of land was acknowledged in Court by MORGAN JONES in presence and then recorded in the County Court records of WESTMORELAND
Test me ANTHONY BRIDGES CI Cur WESTMD
24th 7ber 1673 ( ) JONES Wife of MORGAN JONES did in Court acknowledge her Right of thirds & dower in the abovesaid Sale of land & then recorded in the County Court Records of WESTMORELAND
Test me ANTHONY BRIDGES Cl Cur WESTMD
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I HENRY RENNOLDS for a valuable consideration in hand paid whereof I doe acknowledge myselfe to be fully satisfied and paide of every part and parcell thereof I the above named RENNOLDS doe with the Consent of my well beloved PARMALL RENNOLDS assigne over all my right title & interest of this within mentioned Bill of Sale unto MATHEW KELLY or his assigns as Witness my hand and Seale this first day of November 1675
in presence of us WILLIAM BRUCE, HENRY REYNOLDS
BARNABE WELLS PARMALL REYNOLD
Recognitr in Cu Com Rappa 3 die Novr 1675
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that 1 HENRY RENNOLDS of the County of Rappa Planter being sick of body and not able to come to the Court myselfe be it known unto all men by these presents that I the above named REYNOLDS doe put and constitute and ordaine my well beloved friend BARNABE WELLS to be my true and lawfull attorney for me and in my name to acknowledge a Bill of Sale for One hundred and ten acres of land granted to me the abovesaid REYNOLDS by MORGAN JONES & assigns by Inc the said REYNOLDS to MATHEW KELLY or his assigns with a Bond of Warranty from the said MORGAN JONES I the abovesaid REYNOLDS doe give grant ratifie and confirm my said Attorney as full power as if I the said REYNOLDS were personally prsent myselfe as Witness my hand & seale this first day of November 1675
Test GEORGE BRUCE, HENRY REYNOLDS
WILLIAM TALBUT
Recognitr x4 die Decembr 1675
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I PARMALL REYNOLDS Wife of HENRY REYNOLDS doe for a valuable consideration in hand paid by MATHEW KELLY bee it knowne unto all men by these presents that I the above named PARMALL REYNOLDS doe put constitute and ordaine my well beloved Friend BARNABY WELLS to be my true and lawfull attorney in my name and for my use to acknowledge a Bill of Sale for One hundred and ten acres of land granted to my aforesaid Husband by MORGAN JONES I the abovesaid PARMALL doe give grant my said attorney as full power to acknowledge my thirds or dowry unto MATHEW KELLY as if I the said PARMALL REYNOLDS were personally present Ratifying and confirming what my said attorney shall doe in the premises as Witness my hand & seale this first day of November 1675
Test GEORGE BRUCE, PARMALL REYNOLDS
WILLIAM TALBUTT
Recordatr xi die Decr 1675
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1674-1676 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 5, Part II; [Antient Press]; Page 325-326
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I MORGAN JONES of Copely Parish in WESTMORELAND COUNTY am bound and firmly obliged unto HENRY REYNOLDS of the said place in the lust sum of Seaven thousand pounds of Merchantable tobacco and Casque the wch payment to be well & truely paid to the said HENRY REYNOLDS his heirs or assigns I the said MORGAN JONES doe bind me my heirs or assigns wth my seale dated this 24th of September 1673.
Whereas the above bounden MORGAN JONES have by a Deed of Sale under his hand & seale bearing date the 24th 7ber granted and sold unto the above named HENRY REYNOLDS his heirs and assigns wth certain covenants for warran tie of Estate soe granted as by Deede relacon being thereunto had at large appeareth the condition of this obligation is such that if the above bounded MORGAN JONES his heirs or assigns shall & doe well and truly at all times hereafter observe & keep all and singular the Covenants for Warrantee in the said Deeds of Bargain and Sale conteyned then this obligation to be void or else to remaine in force
in presence of ANTHONY BRIDGES MORGAN JONES
JOHN HOW
7ber 24 1673 This Bond was acknowledged in Court by MORGAN JONES in person and then recorded in the County Courte records of WESTMORELAND
Test me ANTHONY BRIDGES Cl Cur
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I HENRY REYNOLDS for a valuable consideration by me in hand received of MATHEW KELLY I the above named REYNOLDS doe assigne over all my right title and interest of this wthin menconed bond unto MATHEW KELLEY or his assigns as Witness my hand & seale this first day of November 1675
Test GEORGE BRUCE, HENRY REYNOLDS
BARNABY WELLS
Recordatr Test EDMO, CRASK Cl Cur
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1674-1677 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 1, Part 3; [John Frederick Dorman];
Pages 284-284a. 21 May 1677. Thomas Yowell of Nomenie in Cople Parish in Westmoreland County unto Morgan Jones of same, potter. For 15,000 pounds of tobacco. About 400 acres, part of 500 acres on the westward side of lower Machotick River opposite to the land of Mr. Richard Cole granted to me by patent 19 Oct. 1653 and distinguished from the other part by a neck of land now in the occupation of my brother Richard Yowell commonly called Hallowing Poynt neck.
Thomas Yowell
Wit: Ja. Gaylard, Richard Yowell.
21 May 1677. Ann Yowell, wife of Thomas Yowell, agree to this sale.
Ann Youell
13 June 1677. Acknowledged by Thomas Yowell and Morgan Jones.
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1674-1677 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 1, Part 3; [John Frederick Dorman];
Pages 285-285a. 21 May 1677. Morgan Jones of Cople Parish, Westmoreland County, potter, to Capt. Thomas Yowell of same. For 15,000 pounds of tobacco. Mortgage to secure 5000 pounds of tobacco upon 11 November next, 5000 pounds of tobacco in 1678 and 5000 pounds of tobacco in 1679. 400 acres, part of 500 acres on the westward side of Lower Machotick River opposite to the land of Mr. Richard Cole granted to Capt. Yowell by patent 19 Oct. 1653 and distinguished from the other part by a neck of land now in the occupation of Richard Ycwell commonly called Hallowing Poynt neck which Capt. Thomas Yowell by a deed poll confirmed unto Morgan Jones.
Morgan (M J) Jones
Wit: Ja: Gaylard, Richard Yowell.
13 Jan. 1677. Acknowledged by Morgan Jones and Capt. Tho: Yowell.
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1675/6-1679 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1 [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 33
25 July 1677: In the case depending between Morgan Jones and Anth: Wilkinson about transporting to Maryland the wife of Jones, it appearing to this Court that Rich: Pullin did conveigh away the wife of Morgan Jones for Maryland with the assistance of Wm. Elmes, the Court doth order that a letter be written to the Honorable the Governor of Maryland to returne Rich: Pullin that carried to Maryland the wife of Morgan Jones together with Wm. Elmes.
The Court doth request the Honorable Coll. Nich: Spencer Esqr. to write to the Honorable Governor of Maryland to the same effect.
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1677 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 1, Part 4; [John Frederick Dorman];
Pages 327-327a. Anthony Wilkison's interrogatores: Whether did you ever compel or entertaine the wife of Morgan Jones contrary to the good w[ill?] and likeing of Morgan Jones.
Did you know of her departure from her husband and her resolution to leave him and this county and take herselfe to Marryland.
26 July 1677. Anthony Wilkinson sworne to the first negative, to the second saith shee said she would goe to Marryland. Your deponent did perswade her nay and returne to her husband, but shee went away in Jno. Warrd's boate hired by Mr. Newton and one of Mr. Newton's servants was in her as Rich: Pullin did declare, and Mr. Newton would meette her at Pattuxon and that boate carried over Morgan Jones' wife.
28 Aug. 1677. Recorded.
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1677 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 1, Part 4; [John Frederick Dorman];
Page 327a. 26 July 1677. Morgan Jones sworne: Dennis White after your returne frome Marryland and about the time of meetting att little Daniell's that the County of Westmerland was a pack of rogues and that Coll. Spencer was the worst of all.
28 Aug. 1677. Recorded.
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1677 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 1, Part 4; [John Frederick Dorman];
Page 337a. John Williams, aged 33 yeares or thereabouts, deposeth that Richard Pulling carryed away Morgan Jones his wife in a cannoe from Anthny Wilkinson's house to his owne house.
John (J N) Williams
29 Sept. 1677. Recorded.
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1677 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 1, Part 4; [John Frederick Dorman];
Page 337a. Loveing freind, the potter hath two actions of the case against me. I ame not well and cannot come to Court, therefor requests you as my attorney to appeare for me and crave the Worshipfull Court excuse in that I am not there to give personall attendance and crave refferrance untill next Court takeing coppies of his declarations.
John Newton
29 [Sept.] 1677. Recorded.
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1677 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 1, Part 4; [John Frederick Dorman];
Pages 353-353a. 28 Aug. 1677. Denis Whit of Westmoreland County and Morgan Jones have made agreement for to be co- partners for five yeares in makeing and selling of earthen warre. Denis White is to find three men dureing the said terme to helpe Morgan Jones in makeing of earthen ware and Denis White is to have one halfe of the produce and shall be at halfe the charge for everything execept the 3 hands which is to be uppon his owne account. The cattle and hogges to goe equally between Denis White and Morgan Jones, Jones paying one halfe for them unto Denis White. If Morgan Jones depart this life before he doth pay for them the stocks is to be returned unto Denis White againe. [White] is to have the beniffett of one halfe of the lease which Morgan Jones of Capt. Tho: Yowell as long as Morgan hath it.
Denis Whitte
Morgan (M J) Jones
Wit: James Hawley, Christopher Colwill.
21 Nov. 1677. Recorded
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1677 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills No. 1, Part 4; [John Frederick Dorman];
Page 368 [367a]. 5 Jan. 1677 (1678]. Bond of Morgan Jones of Westmoreland County unto Richard Pullen. For 40,000 p of tobacco by judgment of the Court of Westmoreland.
Morgan (M J) Jones
Wit: [ ] Kirtton, [Robert] Bletso.
10 Jan. 1677 [1678]. Recorded

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1675/6-1679 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1 [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 82 [25 July 1677]
In the case depending between Morgan Jones and Anth: Wilkinson about transporting to Maryland the wife of Jones, it appearing to this Court that Rich: Pullin did conveigh away the wife of Morgan Jones for Maryland with the assistance of Wm. Elmes, the Court doth order that a letter be written to the Honorable the Governor of Maryland to returne Rich: Pullin that carried to Maryland the wife of Morgan Jones together with Wm. Elmes.
The Court doth request the Honorable Coll. Nich: Spencer Esqr. to write to the Honorable Governor of Maryland to the same effect.

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1675/6-1679 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1 [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 43 [29 April 1675]
The Court doth order that Mr. Jno: Frodsham, High Sherriffe, not producing Morgan Jones, pay to Mrs. Elianor Quigley:900 pounds of tobacco, the debt of said Jones.
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1675/6-1679 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1 [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 47 [12 Jan. 1675/6]
Oliver Griffen attorney of Morgan Jones confessed judgment to [ ].
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1675/6-1679 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1 [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 48 [13 Jan. 1675/6]
Mr. Foxhall vs. Morgin Jones. Order vs. Sherriffe. Attachment.
Jno: Ondale vs. Morgan Jones. Idem.
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1675/6-1679 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1 [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 54 [12 April 1676]
Morgan Jones appoynts Mr: Fitzhugh his attorney.
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1675/6-1679 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1 [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 54 [12 April 1676]
Mr: Malla. Peale vs. Morgan Jones. Order for 2632 pounds of tobacco.
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1675/6-1679 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1 [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 57 [12 April 1676]
Morgan Jones appoynts Mr. Wm. Fitzhugh his attorney.
Mr. Jno: Foxhall vs. Morgan Jones. Referred to the audit of Mr. Malla: Peale and Mr. Wm. Fitzhugh.
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1675/6-1679 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1 [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 58 [12 April 1676]
Mr. Jno: Crabb nonsuite vs. Morgan Jones, 50 pounds of tobacco.
Morgan Jones vs. Jno: Waugh. Order vs. ,Sherriffe. Attachment.
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1675/6-1679 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1 [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 59 [12 April 1676]
Mr. Jno: Foxhall vs. Morgan Jones. Judgment for 3563
pounds of tobacco and 3400 more in case Mr. Foxhall produce Morgan Jones' papers depending in this business.
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1675/6-1679 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1 [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 61 [10 May 1676]
Tho. Taylor administrator of Rice Morgan vs. Mr. Frodsham. Order vs. Morgan Jones for 1400 pounds of tobacco by condittion due. Sub[poena] his maide
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1675/6-1679 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1 [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 63 [10 May 1676]
Morgan Jones vs.. Jno, Crabb. Idem.
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1675/6-1679 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1 [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 71 [14 June 1677]
Morgan Jones vs. Rich: Pullin. Idem.
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1675/6-1679 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1 [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 71 [14 June 1677]
Den: White su[poenas] Morgan Jones and Hen: Kirke and Bridgett Ellis, Jno: Waddy.
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1675/6-1679 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1 [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 72 [14 June 1677]
Morgan Jones vs. Den: White. Order for 40 pounds of tobacco as evidence.
Morgan Jones vs. Wm. Elmes. Order for attachment.
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1675/6-1679 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1 [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 73 [14 June 1677]
Morgan Jones did attach the estate of Tho: Jones for 18680 pounds of tobacco and 500 foot of cypresse planke and have found goods to the valew of 6740 pounds of tobacco. The Court doth condemne the same and order that Morgan Jones doe possesse himselfe with the same, being valewed according to law, and that Morgan Jones have judgment for the remaining part of his debt being 11040 pounds of tobacco and 400 foot of cypresse planke.
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1675/6-1679 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1 [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 75 [15 June 1677]
The Court doth order that Mr. Jno: Crabb make payment of the debt of 1755 pounds of tobacco to Morgan Jones.
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1675/6-1679 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1 [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 88 [26. Sept: 1677]
Morgan Jones Vs: Hen: Rennolds. Order for 3300 pounds of tobacco.
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1675/6-1679 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1 [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 90 [26 Sept. 1677]
Jno: Willson vs. Morgan Jones. Order for him and his wife as evidence 80 each.
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1675/6-1679 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1 [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 92 [26 Sept. 1677]
Morgan Jones vs. Jno. Newton. Referred.
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1675/6-1679 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1 [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 94 [25 Nov. 1677]
These are to certify per Anth: Bridges, Clerk, that James Blinco confessed judgment to Morgan Jones before us this 22 9ber [Nov.] [16]77 for 9000 pounds of tobacco. This we testify under Our hands
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1675/6-1679 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1 [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 95 [25 Nov. 1677]
Ja: Hawly vs. Morgan Jones. Order as evidence for 60 pounds of tobacco.
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1675/6-1679 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1 [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 100 [25 Nov. 1677]
Mr. Jno: Newton appoynt [ ?] attorney except with imployed in Morgan Jones businesse and Mr. Jno: Garrard and then to be Newton.
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1675/6-1679 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1 [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 106 [27 Feb. 1677/8]
Rich: Lawson vs. Morgan Jones. Judgment per scire facias for 1300 and odd pounds of tobacco renewed.
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1675/6-1679 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1 [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 110 [27 Feb. 1677/8]
Maj. Allerton trustee of Mr: Sincleere vs. Morg: Jones. Judgment for 810 pounds of tobacco.
Morgan Jones subpoenas Anne White and Bridgett Ellisson.
Morgan Jones vs. Mr. Jno: Newton. Nonsuite 50 pounds of tobacco.
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1675/6-1679 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1 [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 111 [27 Feb. 1677/8]
Morgan Jones subpoenas Mr. Wellington
Mr. Mal: Peale vs. Morgan Jones. Former judgment renewed for 2755 pounds of tobacco.
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1675/6-1679 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1 [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 112 [27 Feb. 1677/8]
Edwd: Franklynn. vs. Morgan Jones. Judgment. for 238 on ballance of accounts.
Morgan Jones vs. Hen. Woodyar. Judgment for 1270 pounds of tobacco.
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1675/6-1679 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1 [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 113 [27 Feb. 1677/8]
Majr. Fisher vs. Morg: Jones. Judgment for 500 pounds of tobacco.
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1675/6-1679 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1 [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 114 [17 April 1678]
Morgan Jones sworne constable for the lower precincts of Coply Parish and to appeare before Majr. Peirce to be sworne.
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1675/6-1679 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1 [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 118 [17 April 1678]
Will Ward vs. Morgan Jones. Judgment by bill and account 4.30 pounds of tobacco except Jones can make appeare the debt to he paid, Ran: Kirke made oath to discover what estate he had in his hands of Morgan Jones.
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1675/6-1679 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1 [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 126 [25 June 1678]
Morg: Jones vs. Con. Morphew. Nonsuited ut supra.
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1675/6-1679 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1 [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 131 [28 Aug. 1678]
Mr. Jno: Foxhall vs. Morg: Jones. Referrd to the next Court.
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1675/6-1679 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1 [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 133 [30 Oct. 1678]
Ja: Gaylard doth assume in Court to be Morgan Jones attorney in all causes.
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1675/6-1679 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1 [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 134 [30 Oct. 1678]
Rand. Kirke vs. Morgan Jones. Order for attachment for 750 pounds of tobacco.
Majr. Allerton vs. Mor. Jones. Idem. for 2000 pounds of tobacco.
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1675/6-1679 Westmoreland County, Virginia Order Book, Part 1 [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 135 [30 Oct. 1678]
Upon the oath of Capt. Tho: Yowell that he did not receive any part or parcell of pay from Morgan Jones for a seate of land sold to him, which land is resold to Yowell for security, the Court doth order that Capt. Yowell repossesse himselfe of the land.

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Charles County Circuit Court Liber N, Page 29
17 Dec 1686; Indenture from William Keett, planter of St. Mary's County, to William Simpson of St. Mary's County, planter; for _,000# tobacco; a tract called Lower Poole; {LIVERPOOLE} bounding Tower Hill, the East side of the Potomac, land of Morgan Jones, land called Wadestons Enlargement, and land laid out for Zachariah Wade; containing 250 acres; /s/ Wm. Keett (mark); wit. Rob't Goat?, James Ellis; ack. by his wife Elizabeth Keett
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber P, Page 97
13 Mar 1688; Indenture from Robert Middleton, tailor, to Philip Lynes of St. Mary's Co.; for 2,250# tobacco; a parcel of land called Hardshift; bounded by Morgan Jones; laid out for 160 acres; /s/ Rob. Middleton, Mary Middleton (mark); wit. Hum. Warren, John Courts, Claiborne Lomax
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Charles County Land Records, Liber C#2 Page 16 - 18
Recorded at request of Wm. Moss:
I Aug 1706; Indenture from Thomas Simpson, planter, to William Moss, planter; for 6,000# tobacco; a tract called Liverpoole; bounded by Tower Hill on the east side of the Potomac, land of Morgan Jones, a parcel called Wadestone Enlargement and 300 acres laid out for Zachariah Wade near Goose Bay; containing 250 acres; /s/ Thomas Simpson (mark); wit. Richard Jones, William Thomas (mark), Robert Collson; William Moss paid alienation for 250 acres called Liverpool for the use of James Heath, farmer, on 13 Aug 1706
1 Aug 1706; Thomas Simpson of Stafford County, Colony of Virginia, appointing William Stone as his atty.; 13 Aug 1706; /s/ Thomas Simpson (mark), wit. Richard Jones, William Thomas (mark), Robert Collson; proved in open court 13 Aug 1706 by oath of William Thomas and Capt. Collson

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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Riverside: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 351-61: LIVERPOOLE: 250 acres; Possession of - 250 Acres - Allward, John Jr.: Surveyed 20 May 1675 for John Munn at a bound Red Oak in the line of the land called TOWER HILL.: Other Tracts Mentioned: TOWER HILL; GODFREYS CHASE; ; Conveyance notes - This land is said to be escheat & called GODFREYS CHASE, folio 452,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Riverside: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 347-33: TOWER HILL: 250 acres; Possession of - 250 Acres - Marloe, John: : Surveyed 29 July 1670 for William Marloe at a bound black oak on the East side of Potomac river near a bound tree of Daniel Thomas land in Chingomuxon (Hundred): Conveyance notes - 250 Acres - Daniel Browne (or Bourne) from Edward Marloe; 26 Nov 1731, 150 Acres - James Gowe (sp?) from Daniel Browne (or Bourne); 9 Aug 1737,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Chicamuxen: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 361-73: TOWER HILL: 166 acres; Possession of - 166 Acres - Wicherly, Thomas: Surveyed 26 July 1688 for Thomas Wicherly: Other Tracts Mentioned: ELDER; Conveyance notes - this land can not be found, Lies in ELDER Survey,,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Riverside: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 351-60: WADESTONES ENLARGEMENT: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Hanson, John: Surveyed 25 Mar 1668 for Zachary Wade beginning at a bound Red Oak near the land called WADESTONE formerly surveyed for him.:
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Chicamuxen: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 358-45: ST. BENEDICTS: 300 acres; Possession of - 300 Acres - Rookwood, Edward: Surveyed 20 Jan 1665 for Bennett Marshagay at a bound oak standing upon a point by Piscataway River side at the mouth of a marsh.: Conveyance notes - Included in the Resurvey of St. Benedicts,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Riverside: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 348-34: HARDSHIFT: 160 acres; Possession of - 160 Acres - Lynes, Philip: Surveyed 25 July 1680 for Robert Middleton at a bound White Oak on the South side of Goose Bay running thence N.E.: Conveyance notes - 160 Acres - Philip Lynes from Robert Middleton; 13 March 1688, Disclaimed by Dr George Stewart & patent vacated 2 Dec 1746,,

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Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 6, pg 26
Thomas Colles, Merchant, 200 acs, Gloster Co. on the head of the North Riv in Mockjack bay, 17Dec1667, p91, bet at Co Elliott to land of Andrew Careles, &c Trans of 4 persons Arthur Griggs, Morgan Joanes, Samll Spendlow, Wm Calvert.
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1662-1666 Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 5; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 522
NICH. COPELAND & WM. WEST, 1589 acs, on N. side of Rappa. Co. about 2 mi. from the river side, 25 Sept. 1665, p. 396, (456). Beg. at corner of Capt. Weires land & land of Tho. Hobson nere a branch side, extending to land of Mr. Wm. Lane, N.E. &c., crossing Rappa. path, thence S.E. &c. Trans. of 32 pers: Wm. Sergiant, Jno. Price, Susan Ward, Jno. Greenwood, Jno. Warner, Mary Warner, Rachiell Simpson, Wm. Grimble, An Browne, James Nicholls, Tho. Taylor, Toby Rogers, Wm. Bright, Sarah Meade, Jno. Kemp, Judith Olive, Mary Hopkins, Sarah Milbridge, Roger Waterford, James Cone, Patrick Love, Symon Grey, Edith Tyler, Morgan Jones, Jno. Barron, Jno. Staples, Jno. Rowley, Law. Hawlee, Luke Ravew, Jno. Swift, Susan Riply, Jonathan Dollatree. 
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber F, Page 14
10 Nov 1674; Indenture from George Shenstone, planter, to Thomas Jenkins, planter; a parcel called Pittner at Piscataway; bounded by Edward Price's Locust Thicket; laid out for 100 acres; /s/ George
Shenstone (mark), Mary Shestone (mark); wit. Clebome Lomax, Edward Abbot
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Charles County Court and Land Records, Liber F, Page 42
Jan 1674 Court; Thomas Jenkins paid Benjamin Rozer alienation money for a tract of 200 acres called Pinner ack. last court by George Shenstone and Mary his wife
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Charles County Liber L#2, Page74. At the request of Archibald Johnston, the following deed was recorded this Feb 16, 1722.
Feb 13, 1722 from George Shinston of CC, planter, to Archibald Johnson of CC, planter, for 1 barrel of Indian corn and for divers other good causes, all that tract of land called Pomfrett, lying in CC near Mattawoman [Cr], bounded by the land formerly laid out for Thomas Matthews gent for 1000 acres, John Wheelor's land called Wheelors Adventure, containing and laid out for about 50 acres. Signed - George (S his mark) Shinston. Wit - James Stoddart (Stoddert)*, Charles (() his mark) Henly. This deed was acknowledged by George Shinston and his wife [unnamed].
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 308-39: PINNAR: 145 acres; Possession of - 145 Acres - Adams, Charles: Surveyed 4 Jan 1669 for Francis Adams at a bound Red Oak the N by W bound tree of the said Adams called RALEY: Other Tracts Mentioned: RALEY; Conveyance notes - 145 Acres - Gustavus Brown from Charles Adams; 18 Aug 1718,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 319-122: POMFRETT: 150 acres; Possession of - 75 Acres - Duvink (sp?): 75 Acres - Maggatee, Patrick: : Surveyed 29 July 1666 for John Ward in the woods beginning at a Marked Oak to a bound tree of Thomas Mathews land. This land is in PANGUYA MANOR and granted him at 7-1/2 bushels Indian corn yearly.: Other Tracts Mentioned: PANGUYA MANOR; Conveyance notes - 150 Acres - Archibald Johnson from George Shenstone; 13 Feb 1722,
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Prince George's County, Maryland - Land Owners at Time PGCo Was Formed - 1696: Tract Name: PINNAR; Owner: Shenstone, George: Orig County = C {Charles = C, Calvert = V}; Patent Date: Apr 20, 1670: Ref: Liber 12 f 567 : Map Location: R-17 
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber F, Page 75
8 Mar 1674; Indenture from William Russell to Walter Russell; for 5,0000 tobacco; 300 acres of land belonging to the plantation where he lives; /s/ William Russell; wit. Andrew Orme, Peirsy ?Hooks
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber F, Page 224
6 Nov 1676; Indenture from William Russell, planter, to James Neale, Sr. of Woolaston Manor, Gent.; for 10,356# tobacco; a parcel of land on the west side of Wicomico River; containing 300 acres; /s/William Russell (mark), wit. John Butler, Anthony Neale

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Charles County Circuit Court Liber F, Page 225, 8 Jun 1676;
Indenture from William Russell, planter, to Elinor Bayne, widow; for 3,5000 tobacco; a parcel of land on the west side of Wicomico River adjoining land now in possession of Elinor; containing 75 acres; /s/ William Russell, Elinor Bayne (mark); wit. Matthew Hill, Robert Browne (mark), George Goodwell 
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber H, Page 290
3 Apr 1680; Indenture from Thomas Harris, planter, to Ralph Smith and Sarah his wife, the relict of Col. John Duglas; exchange of land; a parcel of land at the head of Petit's Creek part of land now in possession of Thomas Harris; bound by Pope's Hollow and land of Thomas Petits; containing 20 acres; /s/Thomas Haris; wit. Henry Bonner, Rando. Brandt; acknowledged by Mary Haris, wife of Thomas
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Charles County Court and Land Records, Liber I, Page 33
8 Aug 1680; Indenture from Jno. Douglas, cooper, to Lewis Jones, planter; for 1,000# tobacco a parcel called Douglas Adventure of 100 acres; /s/ Jno. Douglas; wit. Robert Doyne, Rando. Brandt; ack. in open court by Jno. Douglas
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Prince George's Land Records 1710-1717 - Liber F -folio 386; Benjamin Douglass of Charles County, planter, states his late grandfather, John Douglass, Gentleman of Charles County owned a parcel of land in Prince George's County in the freshes of the Patuxent called Cold Spring Manor containing 1,050 acres of land; by his will dated 14 Dec 1678 he left 500 acres of this land to his sons, Charles Douglass and Joseph Douglass, when they reach 21 years of age; Joseph and Charles Douglass sold a 100 acre part of the 600 acres to Francis Collyer of Prince George's County and 370 acres to Guy White, deceased; for 10£Benjamin Douglass acknowledged these deeds
Signed: Benja. Douglass (seal)
Witnessed: Philip Lee, J. Gerard, Da. Dullany
Payment: Benj. Douglass acknowledges payment of 10£before same witnesses
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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 heirs, 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 £, 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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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Riverside: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 343-1: DOUGLAS ADVENTURE: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Jones, Lewis: Surveyed 26 Feb 1668 for John Douglass beginning at a White Oak on the common path that goes to Zachary Wade
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 319-127: WELCOME: 200 acres; Possession of - 200 Acres - Smallwood, James: Surveyed 23 Aug 1666 for Edmund Lindsey on the East side Port Tobacco Fresh at the Easternmost boundary of Job Chandler.: Conveyance notes - 200 Acres - Ledstone Smallwood from James Smallwood; 14 Nov 1721,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 292-32: BURNHAMS BEGINNING: 85 acres; Possession of - 85 Acres - Dixon, Thomas : Surveyed 23 May 1672 for Wm Burnham near Pykawaxon next adjoining to the land of Col. John Douglass & Wm Timothy at a bound hickory: other notes - Robert Master from William Vincent, 30 November 1730 (correct spelling is Robert Mastin)
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 290-20: BLITHWOOD: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Compton, John : Surveyed 10 May 1667 for John Douglass on the North side Potomack river near the land of John Jenkins: Other notes - John Compton in right of Mary Timothy,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 292-30: DOUGLAS DELIGHT: 4 acres; Possession of - 4 Acres - Douglass, Widow Mary : Surveyed 16 July 1679 for John Douglass at a Spanish oak a bound tree of Richard Smith & John Taylors running thence S.E.: Other notes - Josias Cullance from James Gould 16 Aug 1710, James Halley from Josias Cullance 26 July 1714.,This land is said to be escheat,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 292-31: PUTNEY: 80 acres; Possession of - 80 Acres - Compton, John : Surveyed 4 May 1680 for Wm Timothy at a bound Spanish oak near the plantation of John Gwinn the reputed bound tree of Col Douglass Land: Other notes - John Compton in right of Mary Timothy an orphan, George Dement from Thos Lewis & Mabal Timothy, 6 February 1712,William Coody from George Dement, 21 April 1712. 
Douglass, John {Addl Records} (I91533)
 
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber M, Page 33
20 Apr 1686; Deed of gift from Richard Boughton to Sarah Pigott, d/o Bartholomew Pigott, physician, dec'd; a heifer; /s/ Ri. Boughton; wit. Edw. Potter
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber N, Page 297
27 Feb 1687; Gift from Henry Bransoner, planter, to John Miller, s/o John Miller, a cow; /s/ Henry Bransoner (mark); wit. Edw. Potter

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Charles County Circuit Court Liber N, Page 302
5 Nov 1687; Indenture from Edward Mings, planter, to William Pryor; a parcel granted 10 May 1671 to Edward Mings called St. Edward on the north side of the Potomac; bounded by St. Barbara of John Lewger; laid out for 100 acres; /s/ Edward Ming; wit. Francis Chummey, Edw. Potter; ack. by Jane
Mings, wife of Edward
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber P, Page 63
8 Jan 1688; Indenture from Edward Ming, planter, to Phillip Lynes of St. Mary's County, merchant; for 2,500# tobacco; a parcel of land of 120 acres called Antwerp; /s/ Edward Ming, Jane Ming (mark); wit. Edward Potter, Henry Hardy, Cleborne Lomax
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber P, Page 65
8 Jan 1688; Indenture from Thomas Lee, planter, to Phillip Lynes of St. Mary's County, merchant; for 4,000# tobacco; a parcel of land called Hall Spring on the north side of the Potomac; containing 150 acres; /s/ Thomas Lee; wit. Edward Potter, Hen. Hardy, Cleborne Lomax
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber P, Page 174
11 Jun 1688; Indenture from Henry Frankam, planter, to John William, planter; a grant to James Lindsey called _ located 4 leagues above Nangemy; containing 250 acres; from Lindsey to Henry Frankam, father of Henry Francam; for 10,000# tobacco; /s/ Henry Frankam (mark); wit.
Wheeler, Tho. Whichaley, Edward Potter

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Charles County Circuit Court Liber P, Page 180
16 Jul 1689; Deed of Gift of cattle from John Dansy to his wife Jane Dansy and her children by her former husbands, Rich'd Flower and Edw. Knight: Elizabeth Flower, Elinor Knight, John Knight, Rebecca Knight; /s/ John Dansy; wit. Roger Kemp, Edward Potter
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber S, Page 404
l l Nov 1694; Indenture from John Smith of Calvert County, planter, and Elizabeth his wife, to Jervis Windsor, planter; for 4,800# tobacco; a parcel called Smith's Chance on the south side of Mattawoman Runn; bounded by Richard Brightwell; located in Manor of Zachia; containing 144 acres; /s/ John Smith, Elizabeth Smith; wit. Sam. Peter, Edw. Potter
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 316-107: SMITHS CHANCE: 144 acres; Possession of - 144 Acres - Windsor, Jarvis: Surveyed 5 May 1686 for John Smith on the South side Mattawoman: 
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Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 5 Mar 1663/4, Page 287
Thomas Allcoke, carpenter, binds himself to pay Mr. Edmond Custis London, merchant and Company, 652# of tobacco by 10 Nov; May 1664; /s/ Thomas Allcoke (mark); wit. Walter Cooper (mark), George Marsey
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Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 5 Mar 1663/4, Page 288
Walter Cooper, planter, binds himself to pay Mr. Edmond Custis of London, merchant and Company, 797# of tobacco by 10 Nov; 9 May 1664; /s/ Walter Cooper (mark); wit. Thom. Allcocke, George Marsey
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Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 8 November 1664, Page 387 - 390
William Allen and his wife Mary Allen and John Munne acknowledge the ensuing conveyance of land to John Boyden, William Boyden and Walter Cooper Indenture 8 Nov 1664 from William Allen and John Munne, planters, to John Boyden, William Boyden and Walter Cooper; for 2000# of tobacco and cask a parcel of land called "River's Spring" on the east side of the Avon River; adjoining land of James Lindsey; containing 650 acres /s/ William Allen, John Mun (mark); wit. Owen Jones, Humphy Jones (mark)
Patent to Christopher Rivers who has due to him 250 acres of land for transporting himself and his wife Isobell, Edward and Mary Rivers, his children, and Jno. Mumine; a tract of land called River's Spring lying on the east side of a fresh of Avon River formerly called Nangemy Creek adjoining land of James Lindsey laid out for 250 acres

22 Jun 1663; /s/ Charles Calvert, William Allen and John Mun assign their rights in this patent to John Boydon, William Boydon and Walter Cooper; 8 Aug 1664; /s/ William Allen, John Mun (mark); wit. Joseph Harrisson, Luke Greene
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Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 10 March 1664/5, Page 468 - 469
William Boyden and Walter Cooper brought the ensuring conveyance of land to be recorded: Indenture, 10 Jan 1664; from John Boyden to William Boyden and Walter Cooper a parcel of land called "River's Spring" on the east side of the fresh of Avon River; said parcel which John Boyden, William Boyden and Walter Cooper lastly bought of William Allen and John Mune
/s/ John Boyden; wit. George Bradshaw, Jeremy Dickeson
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Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 10 Aug 1665, Page 475 to 478
John Wheeler and his wife acknowledge the ensuring conveyance of land to William Boyden and Walter Cooper
Indenture 8 Aug 1665; for 7500# of tobacco a parcel of land called Wheeler's Choice on the east side of Piscatoway River about 1 mile from the land laid out for Luke Gardiner; bounded by John Ward; containing 400 acres /s/ John Wheeler (mark); wit. Samuell Cressey, John Powicke Above land found to run into lines of Luke Gardenor's land has lost about 25 acres; John Wheeler allowed 500# of tobacco; 9 Aug 1665; /s/ John Wheeler (mark), William Boyden (mark), Walter Cooper (mark); wit. Samuell Cressey, John Powicke
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Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 13 Mar 1665/6 Page 527
Water Cooper binds himself to surrender all patents, bills, bonds, or accounts belonging to him and William Boyden;
Boyden binds himself to acknowledge 100 acres of land being part called Wheeler's Choice; to give Walter Cooper all household goods belonging to both at "River Springs" to balance accounts between them; /s/ William Boyden; wit. Simon Stepehen, Owen Joanes
William Boyden enters his mark of hogs and cattle
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber E, Page 58-1/2
2 Jun 1671; Indenture from Gerrard Breeden and Elizabeth his wife, to Ralph Coates, Gent.; for 909# plus 4,000# tobacco; a parcel called River's Spring granted Christopher Rivers; then owned by John Muns; after by John Boyden, Will Boyden and Walter Cooper; from them to James Hussey to John Hackister; then to Thomas King; from him to Gerrard Breeden; located on Nangemy Creek next to land of James Lindsey; /s/ Gerrard Breeden, Elizabeth Breeden; wit. John Wheeler, Alexander Gallant 
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Charles County Land Record Book G#3, 1756-1761; Page 513. Aug 25, 1760 from Ignatius Simpson Jr of CC, planter, to Robert Horner of CC, merchant, for 19,000 lbs of crop tobacco, a tract of land called Sympsons Chance, lying in CC, bounded by the west side of Piles Swamp, a tract of land called St. Thomas, the end of the east line of Calvert Hope, an original boundary of St. Georges, the main run of Piles Swamp, containing and laid out for about 186 acres. Signed - Ignatius Sympson Jr. Wit - Jno Winters, George Dent. Recorded Feb 11, 1761.
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Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 295. Articles of Partnership, made and concluded this Mar 10, 1763 between Just Burch of CC, planter, of the one part, and Robert Horner of CC, merchant, of the other part, witnesses that it is agreed by the above parties to enter into partnership in building, completing, carrying on, and maintaining a water mill sufficient to accommodate and carry two pair of stones, together with a dam suitable for that purpose, across the. Fresh Run of War , known by the name of White Oak Run and on back side thereof, build a mill on a tract of land called Penray, situated in CC, and now seized by and in p[ossession] of sd Burch. The expenses will be divided equally. Burch is to make over one moiety of 9 acres of land out of sd [Pen]ray adjoining the sd [blank]. The and mill are intended to be built unto the sd Horner, and also Horner may cut down and carry away any quantity of timber on Penray which shall be thought necessary to finish his moiety of sd mill and dam and other buildings of sd 9 acres of land. Therefore Burch, for 5 £sterling, sells to Horner, one moiety of the 9 acres, being part of a tract of land called Penray, and a sufficient quantity of trees from Penray to finish his moiety of the afd mill and buildings. signed - Justn Burch, Robt Horner. Wit - Walter Hanson*, Jo; H: Harrison*, John Amery. Recorded Jun 4, 1763.
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Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 352. Lease. Apr 25, 1757 from the Honourable Colo Edward Lloyd, Agent and Receiver General for the Lord Proprietary of Maryland and with the approbation of his Excellency, Horatio Sharpe, Esq, Go[vernor] of Maryland, to Robert Horner of CC, merchant, for the yearly rent of 1 £6 pence and 2 capons, the 21 year lease of a parcel of land in his Lordship's Manor of Chaptico or within the Reserve thereof, next adjoining to Croppers Reserve & Hadlow, which is called Horners Meadow, containing 103 acres as per certificate dated Apr 25, 1757 (all mines of silver, copper, lead, tin, & iron on the premises excepted). Horner may not assign over the premises without the licence of the Lord Proprietary, which licence will cost 2 £1 shilling sterling. Horner will plant 100 apple trees at the least. Any houses that Horner builds are to be kept in good order. Horner may not waste or sell timber. If the rent is behind more than 30 days, or if Horner sells or wastes timber, this lease will cease. Signed - Hor° Sharpe, Edwd Lloyd, Robt Horner. Wit - Young Parran. Recorded Aug 11, 1763.
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Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 410. Mortgage, May 27, 1768 from Robert Horner of CC, merchant, to Zachariah Bond and Henry Greenfield Sothoron of St. Mary's County, merchants, for 513 £, the following tracts of land, viz, a tract of land called Hadlow, lying in CC, bounded by a red oak called the Wolf Pitt tree, containing about 234 acres; also, 2 other tracts of land in 1 deed which sd Horner purchased of William McHon (Machon), 1 called Parr and the other called Croppers Reserve, being in CC, the land called Parr being bounded by land called Hadlow, the main swamp side that runs into Piles' Fresh, John Heard's (Herd's) land called Hitchen, containing about 50 acres. The other tract of land called Croppers Reserve is bounded by the east side of Piles Fresh, the land called Hadlow, Hitchen, the land called Parr, the swamp of Piles', containing about 45 acres. Also, the land that sd Robert Horner bought of Robert Wood called Hadlow and Hitchen, on the east side of Piles Swamp, containing about 147 acres. Also, a tract of land bought of Peter Wood called Wood Low Grounds, lying in CC, bounded by land called Kitchen, containing about 15 acres. Also, a tract of land called simsons Chance, and bounded by the west side of Piles swamp, land called Saint Thomases, the east line of Calverts Hope, Saint Georges, the main run of Piles Swamp, containing about 186 acres. Also a tract of land called Keethes Rest which sd Robert Horner bought of Baker Brooks and Mary, his wife, in 1755, by deed, and laid out for about 100 acres. Also a tract of land called Hitchen, lying in CC, bounded by a tract of land called Lumley (Lumbly), containing about 50 acres, If, however, sd Robert Horner shall, on Jun 1, 1771, pay sd Zachariah Bond and Henry Greenfield Sothoron, the 513 £and the yearly interest for same at the rate of 6-1/2, to be paid as rent for the aid lands every Jun 1 for the term of 3 years, then these presents shall cease. Signed - Robt Horner. Wit - Allen Davies*, Thos Bond. Ann, wife of sd Robert Horner, relinquished her right of dower, Recorded May 29, 1768_
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Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 552. Mortgage. I, Robert Horner of CC, Gentleman, for 350 £which Thomas Contee of cc has made himself liable to pay for me by his giving his bond jointly and severally with me to Richard Brown for the above sum with legal interest and dated (blank] and for 5 shillings to me paid by sd Contee, I grant him the following Negroes, namely, Adam, Philis, Quibus, Sucky, Peter, Nell, Ben, Charity, Hollahi, Nancy, Jack, Chloe, Sambo, and Henny, and also 1 bay gelding. If however, 1 pay sd Richard Brown 350 £with interest by Mar 20, 1771, and pay Contee 5 shillings, then this bill of sale shall cease. Signed - Robt Horner_ Wit - Benjamin Douglass Yst, Alexander C Hodgkin. Recorded Mar 22, 1769
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Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 607, Aug 3, 1769 from Robert Horner of CC, gent, to Richard Brown of St Mary's County, Clerk, Thomas John Claggett of Calvert County, Clerk, and Cuthbert Bullitt of Prince William County, Virginia. In May [blank day], 1758, at CC, for and in consideration of a marriage then shortly to be had between sd Robert Horner and Ann Clagett, daughter of Gustavus Brown, Gent, of CC, now decd, sd Horner, in consideration of the fortune he expected to receive with the sd Ann and for a provision for sd Ann and her issue which he should have by sd marriage, entered into the following contract and agreement with sd Gustavus Brown for the use of sd Ann, to wit, whereas a marriage is intended between sd Horner, merchant, and sd Ann Clagett, daughter of Doctor Gustavus Brown and widow of Samuel Clagett, late of CC, Clerk, & whereas before sd Ann married Mr. Clagett, an agreement was entered into between Mr. Clagett and Gustavus Brown, whereby a provision was made for the security of sd Ann and her issue, if any. That agreement was recorded in CC. Sd Gustavus and Robert, in order to secure sd Ann and her son, Samuel Clagett, agree that whatever money, goods, chattels, or lands may come to ad Robert in right of the child of sd Ann and Samuel Clagett, shall be delivered up and paid back by sd Horner to sd minor when he arrives to the age of 20 years. If Robert dies before sd child reaches sd age, then sd money, goods, chattels, and lands shall be paid for the use of sd child out of the estate of sd Horner.
Whatever money or property comes to Horner as Ann's part of her late husband's personal estate, if Ann dies before i Robert, Ann may dispose of the same by making a will; if she doesn't make a will, it vests in Horner; if Robert dies before Ann, full value in money for her use, during her life. The marriage took place on May 11, 1758. Sd Robert has since received from the representatives of sd Ann's late husband, Samuel Clagett, in right of Ann and her son, Samuel, exclusive of 300 £ settled upon her by her sd contract with sd Samuel Clagett, 865 £, which he has applied to his own use. Sd Gustavus Brown, by his will, devised to Ann, for her use and support, a legacy of 100 £, which sd Robert has also received or is about to receive, to his own use. Ann has relinquished her right of dower in deeds entered into by Robert involving 3 tracts of land, and 16 acres which belonged to Robert, lying in CC. Ann hereby releases to Robert any claim she might have to Robert's own particular estate, saving her own particular fortune. Several of the Negroes herein after mentioned are under mortgage, as well as the other personal estate, for the security of several sums of money due to several persons. Now this deed witnesses that sd Robert Horner, for and in consideration of the marriage contract and all the afd premises and for 100 £to Robert in hand paid by Richard Brown, Thomas John Claggett, and Cuthbert Bullet, has sold to sd Richard, Thomas, and Cuthbert, the following slaves, goods, and chattels, to wit, Quibus, yellow Jack, Leverpool, Adam, Peter, Moses, Rexum, Eolakie, Juda, Ben Sr, Ben Jr, old Jack, Samba, Hensey, Suckey, Phillis, Kate, Nell, yellow Charity, Nanny, Cloo, Mock, Pegg, Nancy, Moll, Black Charity, saran, Tom, and Jenny children of Nell, Harey, Jenny and Liza children of yellow Charity, Dick and Letty children of Black Charity Ledd Bett and Mock children of Phillis, Samara and Nell children of Mock Celia daughter to Pegg, Harry son of Nancy Isaac child of Henny, 1 quart with tankard, 1 large chaiste teapot, cream jug, silver and pint can of silver, 9 silver table spoons, 1 sil'v'er dividing spoon, 1 silver butter boat .. 12 plain China plates, 3 large hard mettle dishes, 12 water plates, 1 lot of hard metal dishes, 60 cattle, 1 bay stallion, 1 grey gelding, 1 bay gelding, 3 mares and colt, 1 sloop and 1 mahogany table and a riding chair. Sd Richard, Thomas, and Cuthbert shall sell and dispose of so many of the mortgaged slaves, goods, and chattels out of each mortgage, and not the one for the other unless at the request of Ann, as shall be sufficient to discharge the several encumbrances and mortgages upon the same, and then sell and dispose of the residue of sd slaves, goods, and chattels .. be sufficient to raise the afd sum of 865 £out of which 565 £shall be laid out in the purchase of lands, slaves, and other goods and chattels, to be vested in sd Richard, Thomas, and Cuthbert, in trust for the use and maintenance of Ann, during her natural life, free from the claim of Robert, and after the death of Ann, to such persons as Ann, in her will, shall direct, and for lack of such will, then to the use of Robert and such children as he may have by Ann, during the natural life of Robert, and after his death, to the use of sd children, to be equally divided between them. If the slaves and effects shall more than discharge the mortgages and raise the 865 £, then Richard, Thomas, and Cuthbert shall only sell sufficient to -raise 865 £, and reconvey the overplus to sd Horner. Signed Robt Horner. Wit - Zephaniah Nooe, Bennet Nooe, J
Hawkins*. Recorded Aug 26, 1769.
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Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 694. Nov 15, 1769 from Robert Horner of CC, merchant, to Thomas John Cligget (Cleggit) of Calvert County, Clerk., A partnership made on Mar 10, 1763 between sd Robert Horner of CC and Justenian Burch of CC, to build a water mill on the White Oak Swamp in CC on a tract of land called Penury, belonging to sd Burch, which water mill has been finished by sd Horner and Burch, as per CC deed passed from sd Burch to sd Horner, in Liber NO3 pages 295-296. This deed witnesses that Horner, for 130 £ sells to Cleggit (Clegit), his moiety of sd mill, and its land and premises. Signed - Robt Horner. Wit - Allen Davis*, J Hawkins*. Recorded Apr 28, 1770.
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Charles County Land Record Book S#3, 1770-1775; Page 141. Deed of Trust. Apr 8, 1771 from Robert Horner of CC, to Revd Richard Brown and Thomas Bond of St Mary's County, Gentlemen, for and in consideration of the payment of all his debts and for better securing the same and for divers other good causes, sd Horner hereby grants to sd Brown and Bond, Quibus, a Negro fellow, Suckey, Jack, Phillis, and Jack, her child, Aadam, Ben, Yellow Charity, Nancy, Henny, Hollahi, Sambo, Peter, Nell, Liverpool, Tom son of Nell, slack Charity, mock, Black Jenny, Yellow Jack, Yellow Jenny, moll, Sarah, Wrexham, Dick, Letty, Black Charity's children, Isaac, Henny's son Liddy, and Mock, Phillis children, Nell and Sam, Mock's children, Celia, child of Pegg's, and old Tom, 1 Silver Quart tankard, 1 large quart chased silver teapot, 1 silver cream jug .. [Articles of furniture continue for more than 1 page, and include 1 Mahogany clock, 1 bookcase, 1 dumb waiter, 5 chocolate cups, 4 beer glasses. Farm animals include 1 chair horse, 20 black cattle, 69 ewes and lambs. Other items include 62 lbs of white lead, 41 lbs of blue paint, 1 silver watch, tobacco now remaining in the house]. Also, 2 Negro children and Suckey. Sd Brown and Bond, Trustees [to Horner), will sell, to the best advantage, all the above mentioned estate of sd Horner, for the use of his creditors. The first to be paid will be creditors who claim by mortgage, some part of the afd estate. If the several mortgagee's effects, when sold by the Trustees, should prove deficient, so that his whole debt cannot he raised by a sale of the mortgaged effects, then such mortgage will be paid by the Trustees. Signed - Robt Horner. Wit - Saml Love*, Walter Winter, John Winter*. Recorded Apr S, 1771.
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Charles County Land Record Book S#3, 1770-1775; Page 145. Apr 8, 1771 from Robt Horner of CC, to the Revd Richard Brown and Thomas Bond of St Marys County, Gentlemen, for and in consideration of the payment of all his debts and for better securing the same and for divers other good causes, sd Horner hereby grants to sd grown and & Bond, all that messuage or tract of land called Keeths Rest, containing 100 acres in CC, and recorded in CC [sic). Also one other tract of land called Hadlow, containing 93 acres in CC, and bought of Robert Wood, as will appear by the records of CC. Sd Brown and Bond, Trustees [of Horner], as soon as it is convenient for them, will sell, to the best advantage, the above mentioned tracts of land, for the use of Horner's creditors, and will pay the creditors in proportion to their claims. Signed - Robt Horner. Wit - Saml Love*, John Winter*, Francis Dade, Walter Winter. Recorded Apr 8, 1771.
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Charles County Land Record Book S#3, 1770-1775; Page 220_ Instrument of Writing. Dec 12, 1771 from Robert Horner of CC, late merchant, at present a languishing in the jail of CC, to George Lee, Esq, CC sheriff, in pursuance of an act passed at the last session of Assembly for Maryland, entitled an Act for the Relief of certain languishing prisoners in the several jails therein named, and to the intent that sd Horner may comply with the terms of the afd Act, and for 5 shillings, Horner has sold to Lee a tract of 'land. called Keiths Rest, formerly laid out in St Mary's County, but now in CC, containing about 100 acres, which land was conveyed by Baker Brook and Mary, his wife, by deed dated Feb 16, 1751. Also, part of a tract of land called Hadlow, lying in CC, which land was, on about Mar 28, 1741, by deed of gift, conveyed by Robert Mackhon to Jane Wood, his daughter, and contains about 92 acres. Also, all of Horner's right to the following lands: a tract of land called Hadlow in CC, which Horner, on about Jun 7, 1755, bought from Robert Machhon of CC, planter, and the other part of which sd Horner, on about May 17, 1755, bought from Robert Wood of CC and Mary, his wife, by CC deed, which Hadlow contains [blank] acres exclusive of the 92 acres before in this deed conveyed to sd Lee, which 92 acres is now claimed by George Read and Jane, his wife, of Frederick County. Also, a tract of land in CC called Croppers Reserve which Horner, on about Jun 7, 1755, bought of William Mackhon of CC, containing about 45 acres, as by CC deed. Also, a tract of land in CC called Parr, which Horner, on about the day and year last afd, bought of sd William Mackhon, containing about So acres. Also, a tract of land in CC called Hitchen, part of which Horner, on about May 17, 1755, bought of Robert Wood and Mary, his wife, of CC, and the other part whereof Horner, on about Nov 6, 1761, bought of John Jordan of CC. Also, a tract or part of a tract of land called Woods Low Grounds which Horner, on about Jun 23, 1760, bought of Peter Wood of CC, containing about 15 acres, lying in CC. Also, a tract of land called Sympsons Chance, lying in CC, containing about 166 acres, on about Sep 29, 1759 taken up and patented by Ignatius Sympson of CC and afterwards sold by him to Horner_ Also, a tract of land in CC called Horners Meadow, containing 103 acres, on about Apr 25, 1757, leased to Horner by Colo Edward Lloyd, then agent for the Lord Proprietary, for the term of 21 years, Also, Horner's interest and share of a water mill in CC, and built by Horner and Jestinian Burch of CC, in partnership, and half the land adjacent to the mill, being one moiety of 9 acres, part of a tract of land called Pemay, lying in CC, as by CC deeds dated Mar 10, 1763. These are all the lands, tenements, and hereditaments that Horner possessed on the east and west side of Gilberts Swamp or Piles Run in CC, except the 92 acres before by these presents sold to sd Lee, and which lands Horner agreed to convey to John Barnes and Thomas How Ridgate of Cc, as tenants in common, as by bond for that purpose, dated Jan 17, last past, on sd Barnes and Ridgate paying off the mortgages and liens on the lands, and performing the other covenants specified in the bond. Horner hereby also makes over to Lee a parcel of land in the Manor of Chaptico in CC in Westwood Marsh, adjoining Westwood Manor, containing 8 acres and called the Hog Marsh, which land was leased by the agents of the Lord Proprietary of Maryland to Horner, during the natural lives of Robert Horner, John Briscoe, son of John Briscoe, and Alexander Ranson, son of John Hanson Jr; the lease is dated Dec 5, 1753. To have and to hold to sd Lee, in trust to sell all of the above. By a minute of agreement and sale, subscribed by Catesby Woodford of Fauquier County, Virginia, and dated Oct 23, 1770, sd Woodford acknowledges that he has that day sold to Horner, 800 acres, part of Keth's run land, belonging to Colo Carter's estate, for the consideration of 400 £, which sd lands are bounded by Hedgers corner on the road that runs from thence to George Hailes (Hails line) line, a corner marked R-I, Mr. Warren's corner on the Road, as will appear by Mr. Chilton's plat. Horner, in consequence of the agreement, afterwards paid sd Woodford 100 £, in partial payment of the purchasc money afd, so that Horner, upon payment of the residue, would have a title to sd tract of land. Horner hereby assigns to ad Lee all Horner's right to the 800 acres and to the 100 £, and authorizes Lee to recover the same from Woodford. Sd Robert Horner is possessed in the right of Anne Horner, his wife, of and in a parcel of land, being part of a tract of land called Brooke hall, lying in Prince Georges County, and which Anne, before her marriage to Robert, held and occupied as her estate in dower in the lands of Samuel Clagett of CC, Clark, her former husband, now decd.; sd Horner heretofore leased and demised that land to Thomas John Clagett for 3 years from Max (blank day], 1771, in consideration of 26 £, to be paid by ed Thomas John Clagett to sd Robert; sd sum is as yet unpaid. Sd Robert assigns to sd Lee, the afd land, now occupied by sd Thomas John Clagett, during the joint lives of sd Robert and Anne Horner. Also Horner conveys to Lee all the slaves, servants, plate(s], household stuff, furniture, planting and farming utensils, goods, chattels, and effects contained in a schedule hereunto annexed, and also all the debts and duties due and owing to sd Robert, contained in sd schedule, together with all of sd Robert Horner's estate, goods, and chattels, real and personal. If Thomas Bond and Richard Brown, both of St mary,s County, should, in consequence of any licence heretofore given to them by sd Robert, dispose of any of the estate, slaves, goods, or chattels before mentioned, then sd Robert Horner, assigns to sd Lee, all such money and tobacco due for what was sold, Sd Robert Horner appoints sd George Lee to be his true and lawful attorney, to recover from all persons all money and tobacco, goods, slaves, and effects due to Horner. Signed - Robt Horner. Wit - Sam Hanson*, Jon Dent.
Scheduler Negro Quibus, Suckey, Jack, Philis, a child John, Adam, yellow Charrety, Nancy, Henry, Hollahi, Sambo, Peter, Nell, (1 bay horse), Wreaham, Liverpoole and his son Tom, Black Charrety, Mock, Black Jenny, Yellow Jack, Yellow Jenny, Moll, Sarah, 1 silver watch, Negro boy Dick, Letty, Charrety's children, Isaac, Henny's son, Lidd & Mock, Phillis' children, Celia, Pegg's child, Aaron & Suckey, old Tom, 1 silver tankard, tea pot, cream jug ._ [continues for 1-1/2 pages]. Signed - Robt Horner. Wit - Sam Hanson*, Jon Dent.
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Charles County Land Record Book S#3, 1770-1775; Page 227. Agreement with Barnes & Ridgate for my dwelling plantation and Quarter Land at 35 shillings per acre, bonds passed to each other, 2000 £, discharging the mortgage to Sothoron & Bond and Crosby in Liverpoole, and paying 100 £to Mr. Thomas Clagett, the half of the mill goes in with the land, being mortgaged to Mr. Clagett, agreement Lord Baltimore's Commissioners for my Manor Land and what [is] vacant on my land the east side of Piles Run, to pay 11 shillings per acre, this land goes in the bargain with Bs [Barnes] & Ridgate, Keiths Rest, tract of land is included in the mortgage to Bond & Sothoron, 93 acres of land, part of Hadlow not sold, a writ of ejectment being brought against by.Reed and wife, 8 acres of Manor Land adjacent to Mr. John Winters not sold.
A list of debts due to Robert Horner in CC: James Alexander Jr, James Alexander, John Barron, Edwd Boarman executor of John Gardner said Negroes out of Court to Mr. Walter Hanson, Benjamin Branson Jr, Richard Barron Jr, Susannah Burch of Leonard, Richard Barron on note, Thomas Barron Newport, Mary Ann Boarman of Bennet, Wm Bruce St Mary's County, John Briscoe Chaptico notes at Leonard Town, Elizabeth Barber Cool Springs, Mary Bennet, Saml Briscoe Sr now in Court, Wm Boarman warranted cost suit, William Bath, John Baptist Cooksey, Justa Barron B", Joseph Chunn Carpr, Justinian Cooksey Jr, Edwd Caudill Jr, ditto exr of Robt, Stephen Chandler, Wm Diggs Potomack, Townshend Dade Virginia Send Mr Elsamy Lawyer, Mary Dyson Frederick County, Nath' Davis ditto, Allan Davis Coll., Benjamin Davis Newport, Philip Davis Newport, Peter Devin, John Elliot Virginia Send Cuthu Bullit Lawyer, Executors of John Hungerford, Executors of Alexr McFarling, Patrick Farrell Asst in the Office CC, James Ferrell son of James, Clement Farr, Richard Gill St Mary's County, William Gill Sr, Wm Gill Sr & John Gill, James Gill, ditto cost of suit, Samuel Chunn, ditto cost of suit, Jonathan Davis, John Higdon Frederick County judyment & cost of suit & Mr. Stone recd the debt last Aug, Richard Higdon, Francis Hickey, Thomas Howard Eastern Shore, Rebecca Howard Exrs, John Stone Hawkins decd, Wm Hamersley, William Harrison Chukt No effects, Jonathan Hill, Henry Jameson CC in Chancery, James Jordan St Mary's County, Henry Jameson Prince Georges County bond & in the hands of Mr. Rogers, Robert Jackson judgment Edwd Boarman cost of suit, Danl of St Thos Jenifer, Saml Johnson Cool Springs, John Knox of Bristoll, Basil Knott, Hezekiab Murphey, Joseph Moreland, James Miles, William Mead blacksmith, James Malone Sr, Elizh Zacha Nally, Thomas Noe cost suit, Zapha Noe, Richd Lee Sr due 15 years, Benjamin Philpott, Elizabeth Pain, John Pin Virginia, ditto on Accorbut, Martha Portius widow, Eliz Possie of Bent, Ananias Pain suit in Prince Georges County, Daniel Peach, Leonard Reeves St Mary's County, William Rogesidge, Samuel Swan cost suit in St Mary's County, Thomas Spalding Indgt cost suit Wm Cooksey Jr, James Swann at the Mill, Robert Simon St Mary's County, Barton Smoot, Wm Shaw an asst for Hamill's Exrs, Richd Sothoron Sr, George Short bond in the office CC, Thomas Suit Cool Springs, John Russell, James Neale, Thomas Nally Bennet Nally, Robin Tenison note among the papers Jestn Barron CC, James Smith Blacksmith, Nathaniel Suit, John Wood son of Benja bond for cost of suit St Mary's County, James Waters Jr, John Wood son Jas Fr. County, Joseph Water Carpr cost suit, Samuel Williams, John Wathen, James Williams Virginia, Humphry Warren Virginia suit now depending Mr Bullet Lawyer, George White, Robert Yates Virginia Exrs, Robt Yates of CC Representative cost of suit and bond to indemnify, debts due on Nanticoke River now in the hands of Edwd Smoot son of Edd of CC, Ignatius Tennison, Thomas Brookbank Virginia, Benja Banison, James Bolton at Samples Work, Lemaster Cooksey Virginia, Peter Dent Sr, James Ferrill son Pupe, George Harty [of] Bellhaven, Jonathan Hill, Elizabeth Hill, John Jackson, John McDonald, John Morriss no effects, Samuel Macheny, Joseph Proctor, James Vessells, Robert Wood, John Turvey, Truman Duel, Josias Murphey, John Harrison joiner Arbanna [Urbanna] Virginia, Easter True Virginia, John Chattam, Thomas Emberson, Samuel Clements, Charles Philpott Dance Master, Leonard Higgs, John Bapt Montgomery dead, Tuel Truman iron works, John Wallis Capt Schooner Hopson, Mary Suchtell, Thomas Higdon, John Howard, James Dunn, John Jordan, John Urquhart, Thomas Bateman, Thomas Smith saddler, William McPherson brewer, Wm Blackenberry Exrs, Ignatius Spalding, Elisha Harbin, John Higdon, Joseph Allen and ditto Yates' estate, Ignatius Tennison, the heirs of Colo Chs Carter in Virginia, The Revd Thos Clagett, Edwd Smoot, Nathl Suit, Philip Briscoe, Danl Osborn rent Christmas next, William Gray ditto, Mary Trice rent ditto, Zapha Noe, Thomas Reeder, John Winter, Cuthbert Bullett, William Mollison, William Compton, John Mason, John Lewellin, Doctor Gusts Rich Brown, James & Robt Buchanan, William Hamersley, James Campbell (Allens Fresh), Bayne Smallwood, Thomas Noe, Daniel McPherson to negotiate with Excy King, Matthew Blair Mercht at Chapt. Signed - Robt. Horner. Wit - Sam Hanson*, Jon Dent. Robert Horner solemnly swears that all of the above is all of his estate in the world, the necessary wearing apparel of myself, wife, and children, and working tools excepted.
Signed Robt Horner. Wit - Sam Hanson*, Jon Dent. Recorded Dec 14, 1771.

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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 362-1: PENRICK: 40 acres; Possession of - 40 Acres - Burch, Oliver: Surveyed 31 March 1705 for Oliver Burch lying adjoining to the lands he now lives on beginning at a bound chestnut: Conveyance notes - 46 Acres - Justinian Burch Jr. from Justinian Burch Sr.; 14 June 1743
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 368-49: PARRE: 50 acres; Possession of - 50 Acres - Heighfield, Richard: : Surveyed 15 Feb 1669 for Gilbert Cooper at a bound White Oak upon a plain near the land of William Barton called HADLOW: Other Tracts Mentioned: HADLOW; ; ; Conveyance notes - 50 Acres - Luke Russell from Hudson Walker; 25 Nov 1725, 50 Acres - Robert Mahoney from James Philips; 3 June 1728,,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 370-59: HITCHIN: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Briscoe, Philip: Surveyed 4 March 1667 for John Heard on the South side the main swamp that falls into Piles Fresh.: ; Conveyance notes - 100 Acres - Jacob Wood from Edward Briscoe; 14 April 1741, ,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 368-46: KEETH REST: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Bowling, John: : Surveyed 17 Aug 1675 for Edward Evans and assigned William Keeth on the Southernmost bound tree of MILLERS CHOICE: Other Tracts Mentioned: MILLERS CHOICE; 
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Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 29. Lease. Jun 12, 1761 from Daniel Grinnan of Stafford County, Virginia, to William Williams of CC, the lease of all that farm or plantation whereon ad Williams now lives, being part of a tract of land called Galleys Discovery, and also all that farm or plantation which Daniel Chambers formerly rented to Edward Runels, being part of a tract of land called St. Barbarys Manner, situated in CC. To have and to hold from Jun 12, during the natural lives of sd William Williams' 3 sons, that is to say, William Williams and Jeremiah Williams and Walter Williams, paying each year 1400 lbs of crop tobacco in CC and 5 shillings sterling. Signed - Daniel Grinnan, William Williams. Wit - William Eilbeck*, Jo: H. Harrison*. Recorded Aug 12, 1761.
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Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 339. Lease and assignment. Jun 12, 1761 from Daniel Grinnan of Stafford County, Virginia, to William Williams of CC, for the yearly rent of 1400 lbs of crop tobacco clear of wood, and for 5 shillings, the lease of all that farm or plantation whereon sd Williams now lives, being part of a tract of land called Galleys discovery, and also all that farm or plantation which Daniel Chambers formerly rented to Edward Runels, being part of a tract of land called St Barbarys Manor, situated in CC. This lease starts today and is for and during the natural lives of sd Wm Williams, 3 sons, that is to say, Wm Williams and Jeremiah Williams and Walter Williams. Signed - Daniel Grinnan, William Williams. wit - William Eilbeck, Jo: H: Harrison*.
Aug 12, 1761, recd in the Clerk's office to be recorded and is recorded in CC Liber L#3 pages 29 and 30.
CC. I, William Williams, party to the within lease, for 40 £ have transferred to William Stone Sr of CC, all my right to the within lease. Signed Jan 30, 1768 - William Williams Sr. Wit - Jo: H: Harrison*, William Williams Jr.
CC, Nanjemoy, Jan 30, 1768. Then recd of William Stone 20 and his bond, payable to my son, William Williams Jr for 20 £ for the afd lease. Signed - William Williams sr. Wit - Jo: H: Harrison*, William Williams Jr. Recorded Feb 18, 1768.
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Riverside: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 347-31: GALLEYS DISCOVERY: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Harrison, Richard: Surveyed 7 July 1674 for Thomas Galley at a bound White Oak a bound tree of the land called WHEELERS PLAINE binding upon said land: Other Tracts Mentioned: WHEELERS PLAINE; ; ; Conveyance notes - 100 Acres - John Dagg from John Carroll; 25 August 1724, 100 Acres - Daniel Chambers from John Dagg; 30 Oct 1738,,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Riverside: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 345-15: ST. BARBARA'S MANOR: 1000 acres; Possession of - 1000 Acres - Dent, Thomas Capt: 1000 Acres - Wright, Thomas: Surveyed (no date) for John Lewger but when the record saith not. Patent 10 April 1665 on the North side Potomac : Other Tracts Mentioned: MERRYHALL; Conveyance notes - 200 Acres - James Rea from Thomas Dent; 18 May 1718, 200 Acres - Joseph Chambers from James Rea; 11 May 1722,48 Acres - Thomas Anderson from Joseph Tanner; 13 July 1738, 48 Acres - Joseph Tanner from Thomas Wright; 13 July 1738, 50 Acres - Thomas Hudson from Thomas Wright; 13 July 1738 by the name of MERRYHALL, , 
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Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 29. Lease. Jun 12, 1761 from Daniel Grinnan of Stafford County, Virginia, to William Williams of CC, the lease of all that farm or plantation whereon ad Williams now lives, being part of a tract of land called Galleys Discovery, and also all that farm or plantation which Daniel Chambers formerly rented to Edward Runels, being part of a tract of land called St. Barbarys Manner, situated in CC. To have and to hold from Jun 12, during the natural lives of sd William Williams' 3 sons, that is to say, William Williams and Jeremiah Williams and Walter Williams, paying each year 1400 lbs of crop tobacco in CC and 5 shillings sterling. Signed - Daniel Grinnan, William Williams. Wit - William Eilbeck*, Jo: H. Harrison*. Recorded Aug 12, 1761.
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Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 339. Lease and assignment. Jun 12, 1761 from Daniel Grinnan of Stafford County, Virginia, to William Williams of CC, for the yearly rent of 1400 lbs of crop tobacco clear of wood, and for 5 shillings, the lease of all that farm or plantation whereon sd Williams now lives, being part of a tract of land called Galleys discovery, and also all that farm or plantation which Daniel Chambers formerly rented to Edward Runels, being part of a tract of land called St Barbarys Manor, situated in CC. This lease starts today and is for and during the natural lives of sd Wm Williams, 3 sons, that is to say, Wm Williams and Jeremiah Williams and Walter Williams. Signed - Daniel Grinnan, William Williams. wit - William Eilbeck, Jo: H: Harrison*.
Aug 12, 1761, recd in the Clerk's office to be recorded and is recorded in CC Liber L#3 pages 29 and 30.
CC. I, William Williams, party to the within lease, for 40 £ have transferred to William Stone Sr of CC, all my right to the within lease. Signed Jan 30, 1768 - William Williams Sr. Wit - Jo: H: Harrison*, William Williams Jr.
CC, Nanjemoy, Jan 30, 1768. Then recd of William Stone 20 and his bond, payable to my son, William Williams Jr for 20 £ for the afd lease. Signed - William Williams sr. Wit - Jo: H: Harrison*, William Williams Jr. Recorded Feb 18, 1768.
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Riverside: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 347-31: GALLEYS DISCOVERY: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Harrison, Richard: Surveyed 7 July 1674 for Thomas Galley at a bound White Oak a bound tree of the land called WHEELERS PLAINE binding upon said land: Other Tracts Mentioned: WHEELERS PLAINE; ; ; Conveyance notes - 100 Acres - John Dagg from John Carroll; 25 August 1724, 100 Acres - Daniel Chambers from John Dagg; 30 Oct 1738,,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Riverside: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 345-15: ST. BARBARA'S MANOR: 1000 acres; Possession of - 1000 Acres - Dent, Thomas Capt: 1000 Acres - Wright, Thomas: Surveyed (no date) for John Lewger but when the record saith not. Patent 10 April 1665 on the North side Potomac : Other Tracts Mentioned: MERRYHALL; Conveyance notes - 200 Acres - James Rea from Thomas Dent; 18 May 1718, 200 Acres - Joseph Chambers from James Rea; 11 May 1722,48 Acres - Thomas Anderson from Joseph Tanner; 13 July 1738, 48 Acres - Joseph Tanner from Thomas Wright; 13 July 1738, 50 Acres - Thomas Hudson from Thomas Wright; 13 July 1738 by the name of MERRYHALL, , 
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Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 29. Lease. Jun 12, 1761 from Daniel Grinnan of Stafford County, Virginia, to William Williams of CC, the lease of all that farm or plantation whereon ad Williams now lives, being part of a tract of land called Galleys Discovery, and also all that farm or plantation which Daniel Chambers formerly rented to Edward Runels, being part of a tract of land called St. Barbarys Manner, situated in CC. To have and to hold from Jun 12, during the natural lives of sd William Williams' 3 sons, that is to say, William Williams and Jeremiah Williams and Walter Williams, paying each year 1400 lbs of crop tobacco in CC and 5 shillings sterling. Signed - Daniel Grinnan, William Williams. Wit - William Eilbeck*, Jo: H. Harrison*. Recorded Aug 12, 1761.
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Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 339. Lease and assignment. Jun 12, 1761 from Daniel Grinnan of Stafford County, Virginia, to William Williams of CC, for the yearly rent of 1400 lbs of crop tobacco clear of wood, and for 5 shillings, the lease of all that farm or plantation whereon sd Williams now lives, being part of a tract of land called Galleys discovery, and also all that farm or plantation which Daniel Chambers formerly rented to Edward Runels, being part of a tract of land called St Barbarys Manor, situated in CC. This lease starts today and is for and during the natural lives of sd Wm Williams, 3 sons, that is to say, Wm Williams and Jeremiah Williams and Walter Williams. Signed - Daniel Grinnan, William Williams. wit - William Eilbeck, Jo: H: Harrison*.
Aug 12, 1761, recd in the Clerk's office to be recorded and is recorded in CC Liber L#3 pages 29 and 30.
CC. I, William Williams, party to the within lease, for 40 £ have transferred to William Stone Sr of CC, all my right to the within lease. Signed Jan 30, 1768 - William Williams Sr. Wit - Jo: H: Harrison*, William Williams Jr.
CC, Nanjemoy, Jan 30, 1768. Then recd of William Stone 20 and his bond, payable to my son, William Williams Jr for 20 £ for the afd lease. Signed - William Williams sr. Wit - Jo: H: Harrison*, William Williams Jr. Recorded Feb 18, 1768.
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Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 532. Lease. Jun 12, 1761 from Daniel Grinnun (Grinner) of Stafford County, Virginia, to William Williams of CC, the lease of all that farm or plantation whereon the sd Williams now lives, being part of a tract of land called Gaileys discovery, and also all that farm or plantation which Daniel Chambers formerly rented to Edward Runnels, being part of a tract of land called St Barbarys Manor. This lease starts on Jun 12 [year not stated] and is for and during the natural lives of sd William Williams' 3 sons, that is to say, William Williams and Jeremiah Williams and Walter Williams, paying yearly the rent of 1400 lbs of crop tobacco in CC and 5 shillings. Signed - Daniel Grinnan, William Williams. Wit - William Eilbeck, Jo: Harrison*.
CC. I, William Williams, for 40 £, assign to William Stone sr of cc, all my right to the within lease. Signed Jan 30, 1766 - William Williams SY. Wit - 50; H Harrison*, William Williams Jr.
CC. I, William Stone, above named, for 50 £ assign to Daniel of St. Thos Jenifer, all my right to the within lease. Signed Feb 13, 1769 - Will Stone. Wit - Walter Hanson*, Daniel Jenifer*.
Grinnan to Williams lease recorded in CC Liber L#3 pages 29 & 30; Williams to Stone recorded in CC Liber 0 #3 pages 339-341. Wit - Philip Richd Fendall, elk_ Recorded Mar 1, 1769.

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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Riverside: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 347-31: GALLEYS DISCOVERY: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Harrison, Richard: Surveyed 7 July 1674 for Thomas Galley at a bound White Oak a bound tree of the land called WHEELERS PLAINE binding upon said land: Other Tracts Mentioned: WHEELERS PLAINE; ; ; Conveyance notes - 100 Acres - John Dagg from John Carroll; 25 August 1724, 100 Acres - Daniel Chambers from John Dagg; 30 Oct 1738,,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Riverside: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 345-15: ST. BARBARA'S MANOR: 1000 acres; Possession of - 1000 Acres - Dent, Thomas Capt: 1000 Acres - Wright, Thomas: Surveyed (no date) for John Lewger but when the record saith not. Patent 10 April 1665 on the North side Potomac : Other Tracts Mentioned: MERRYHALL; Conveyance notes - 200 Acres - James Rea from Thomas Dent; 18 May 1718, 200 Acres - Joseph Chambers from James Rea; 11 May 1722,48 Acres - Thomas Anderson from Joseph Tanner; 13 July 1738, 48 Acres - Joseph Tanner from Thomas Wright; 13 July 1738, 50 Acres - Thomas Hudson from Thomas Wright; 13 July 1738 by the name of MERRYHALL, , 
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Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 163. Mortgage. Mar 11, 1767 from Allen Davies of CC, Gentleman, to George Maxwell of CC, merchant. Sd Davies, by deed this day, conveyed to sd Maxwell 3 parcels of land, being parts of a tract of land called Nuthalls branch. (See preceding document]. Now this deed witnesses that sd Allen Davies, for the better securing the payment of the sd 452 £8 shillings & 10 pence and for 5 shillings, transfers to Davies the whole term yet unexpired of a lease from the Agents of Lord Baltimore of a tract of land called Gladdins discovery, next adjoining to the land of John Wilson in his Lordships Manor, as by the lease dated Dec 11, 1751 may fully appear. Also, the whole term yet to come of a tract of land called the Fock, next adjoining to a tract of land called Shrewsberry and a tract called black Oak thicket in his Lordships Manor, as by the lease dated Jun 16, 1752 may fully appear, If, however, sd Davies pays sd Maxwell the sum of 452 £9 shillings and 10 pence with legal interest from today, then this deed shall be void; otherwise, the land will be sold and the afd sum paid. Signed - Allen Davies.
Wit - John Winter*, Edwd Smoot*. Recorded Mar 11, 1767.
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Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 221. Release. Allen Davies of CC, Gentleman, did, by 2 CC deeds of mortgage dated Mar 11, 1767, for a valuable consideration, make over to me, George Maxwell of cc, 5 different tracts or parts of tracts of land in CC, viz, Nuthalls Branch, containing 130 acres, Nuthalls Branch [sicl containing 20 acres, Nuthalls Branch [sic] containing 164 acres, Gladdens Discovery containing 57 acres, and the Fork containing 21 acres. Now I, sd George Maxwell, do release to sd Allen Davies, all my claim to the afd lands, Signed - George Maxwell. Wit - Richard Harrison*, Sam: Hanson*. Recorded Jun 29, 1767.
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Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 226. Jun 12, 1767 from Allen Davies of CC. Gentleman, to George Maxwell of CC, Merchant, for 327 £12 shillings, land called Nuthalls Branch, lying in CC, bounded by a Great Branch that runs into the manner [Manor] branch. Also, all that tract or part of a tract called Nutwells branch, lying in CC on the west side of Patuxent River, in the woods adjoining a tract of land called Truemans place, bounded by Cabbins Branch, containing about 70 acres. Also all that other tract of land called Nuthalls Branch, lying in CC, bounded by Cabbin Branch alias manor Branch, containing about 164 acres (excepting one quarter of an acre out of sd land whereon there is a graveyard). Signed - Allen Davies. Wit - Dan Jenifer*, Jo: H: Harrison*. Recorded Jul 10, 1767.
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Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 642. Bill of Sale. I, Allen Davis (Davies) of CC, for 116 £10 shillings, have sold to Charles Somerset Smith of CC, in open market, 1 old Negro man named Dick, 1 old Negro man named Charles, and 1 young Negro man named Mahamet. Signed Nov 15, 1769 - Allen Davis. Wit - Robt Horner*. Recorded Nov 22, 1769.
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Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 653_ Bill of Sale. I, Allen Davies of CC, for 100 £ have sold to George Tubman of CC, in open market, 1 Negro woman slave named Rachael, 1 Negro woman named Bet, and 1 Negro girl named Sue. Signed Dec 13, 1769 - Allen Davies. Wit - Jno Winter*, Oliver Burch. Recorded Dec 14, 1769.
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Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 674. Bill of Sale. I, Allen Davis of CC, for 220 £, have sold to Deborah Davis of CC, in open market, 1 Mulatto boy named Joseph and 1 Mulatto child named Minte, 4 cows and yearlings and 2 old oxen, 3 old feather beds and furniture, 6 old leather chairs, 2 old desks, 1 old chest of drawers, 2 old looking glasses, 36 pewter plates, 10 pewter dishes, 12 stone plates, 6 stone dishes, 16 barrels of corn, 200 lbs of bacon, and 60 lbs of dried beef, 4 iron pots, 2 old tables, 2 table cloths, 2 old horses, 1 small roan mare, and 3 sows and pigs. Signed Feb 20, 1770 - Allen Davis. Wit - Robt Horner*, Oliver Burch. Recorded Feb 26, 1770.
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Benedict: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 429-363: HAZARD: 35 acres; Possession of - 35 Acres - Davis, Allen: Adjacent to a tract BLACK OAK THICKETT, surveyed 7 Nov 1736 for Allen Davis.: Other Tracts Mentioned: BLACK OAK THICKETT; {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, ,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Benedict: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 377-9: BLACK OAK THICKETT: 250 acres; Possession of - 250 Acres - Johns, Abraham: Surveyed 5 July 1703 for Josiah Wilson beginning at a bound Red Oak sapling standing in a fork of Fordshams Creek: Other Tracts Mentioned: ; ; ; Conveyance notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, 200 Acres - John Wilson from Hannah Johns; 28 Sept 1734,250 Acres - William Kidd from Josiah Wilson; 6 Sep 1706, 250 Acres - Abraham Johns from William Kidd; 6 Sep 1706, 200 Acres - William Kidd from Josiah Wilson; 26 Mar 1716, 250 Acres - Jonathon Wilson from John Wilson; 5 Dec 1742,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 362-5: HALLS LOTT: 338 acres; Possession of - 338 Acres - Mudd, Thomas: Surveyed 10 March 1699 for Thomas Mudd, patent for Benjamin Hall joining upon or near a track called HALLS PLACE: Other Tracts Mentioned: HALLS PLACE; ; Conveyance notes - 338 Acres - Thomas Jameson from Benjamin Hall; 13 March 1710, Henry Joshua Jameson from Thomas Jameson; 16 May 1729,,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 374-8: TWO FRIENDS: 525 acres; Possession of - 262-1/2 Acres - Southern, John: 262-1/2 Acres - Magruder, Alexander: Surveyed 8 Feb 1668 for Justinian Dennis & Robert Gates on the North side of a run that runs into the main fresh coming from Piles run: Other notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Benedict: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 401-151: ALLENS GROVE: 350 acres; Possession of - 350 Acres - Davis, Allen : Surveyed 15 Dec 1724 for Allen Davis on the West side of Patuxent river beginning at a bounded White Oak.: {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, 25 Acres - Ignatius Davis from Allen Davis & Martha; 29 April 1727, Allen Davis from Jonathon Davis; 24 June 1739,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Benedict: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 403-170: ALLENS ADDITION: 200 acres; Possession of - 200 Acres - See notes: : Surveyed for Allen Davies 14 June 1725 lying on the West side of Patuxent River in the woods adjoining to a tract of land called ALLENS GROVE formerly surveyed for the said Allen Davies beginning at a bounded White Oak {mm Note; from this record forward, the handwriting style changes from fluid to condensed.}: Other Tracts Mentioned: ALLENS GROVE; {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, 100 Acres - Charles Craycroft from Allen Davis; 11 May 1725, Jonathan Davis from Allen Davis & Martha; 29 Apr 1727, 100 Acres - William Wilkinson from Charles Craycroft; 5 Aug 1734, ,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Benedict: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 373-4: TRUMANS PLACE: 1000 acres; Possession of - 500 Acres - Craycroft, Ignatius: 500 Acres - Wilkinson, William: Surveyed 16 Dec 1665 for Nathaniel Truman on the Westside Patuxent River in the branches of Fordsham Creek: Conveyance notes - 500 Acres - Joshua Savage from Catherine Markwich; 31 Aug 1743, 500 Acres - William Williamson from Joshua Savage; 20 Feb 1742,500 Acres - Charles Carroll Esq from Charles Craycroft; 2 Jun 1748,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Benedict: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 406-193: SHREWSBURY: 150 acres; Possession of - 150 Acres - Davis, Allen: Surveyed for Allen Davies 11 Oct 1725 adjoining to the said Davis land called ALLENS GROVE, beginning at a bounded White Oak: {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.},
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Benedict: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 429-362: MEADOWS: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Davis, Allen: adjacent to a tract of land called SHREWSBURY, surveyed 18 Nov 1736 for Allen Davis: Other Tracts Mentioned: SHREWSBURY; ; ; Conveyance notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.},
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Prince Georges County: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 410-229: NUTTHALL BRANCH: 200 acres; Possession of - 200 Acres - Craycroft, Charles: Surveyed for Charles Craycroft, 14 June 1725, beginning at a bounded white oak.: {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, 70 Acres - Allen Davis from Charles Craycroft; 11 May 1735,164 Acres - Allen Davis from Charles Craycroft; 16 Sept 1748, 164 Acres - Charles Craycroft from Allen Davis; 16 Sept 1748,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 333-220: HIS LORDSHIPS FAVOUR: 1000 acres; Possession of - 500 Acres - Beale, John: 500 Acres - Hawkins, Henry: Surveyed 2 July 1699 for Hugh Thomas beginning a bound Red Oak the corner tree of Mr. Notley Rozers land. Poss 500a John Beale, 500a Henry Hawkins who married the daughter of William Middleton.: Conveyance notes - Richard Beale from John Beale; 30 Oct 1724, 300 Acres - William Middleton from Richard Beale; 25 Dec 1724, 200 Acres - John Eburnathy from Richard Beale; 14 Aug 1727, 140 Acres - John Eburnathy from Richard Beale; 30 Sept 1728, 200 Acres - William Middleton from James Keech; 9 July 1730, 267 Acres - Henry Holland Hawkins from William Middleton; 15 Nov 1732, 349 Acres - Thomas & James Eburnathy to William & James Middleton; 12 March 1734 (mm note; the record reads "from" and "to" is written above it. There is additional writing in a different hand annotating Charles County Liber 2, 97, 247. Difficult to read), 450 Acres - Allen Davis from William Middleton; 24 June 1738, 43 Acres - John Pigeon From William Middleton; 9 Aug 1738, 450 Acres - Joseph Lemaster from William Middleton; 9 Aug 1738
 
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Charles County Land Records 1782-1786; Liber Z#3; Page 255. Apr 7, 1786 from Nicholas Sirlott of CC, to Samuel Gault of CC, for 250 £, all that part or parcel of land in CC, being a part of a tract of land called Boarmans Manor, and bounded by the south side of the main Road in Zackakiah Swamp, which is called the New Bridges of Zackakiah, containing about 20 acres. Signed - Nicholas Sirlott. Wit - Jno Dent, Saml Hanson Jr (CC JPs). Monikey, wife to the sd Nicholas Serlott, relinquished her right of dower to the lands within mentioned. Recorded May 11, 1786. 
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Charles County Land Records, Liber M#2 Page 222.
At the request of George Hatton, the following deed was recorded this Jun 16, 1730.
Apr 6, 1730 from Thomas Sympson Jr of CC, planter, to John Williams, Thomas Williams, James Williams, Daniel Short, and his wife, Catherine, Justinian Williams, William Williams, Gilbertus Simpson and his wife Elizabeth, heirs of James Williams, late of CC, decd, for 5 shillings sterling money of Great Britain, a certain tract of land, being part of a tract of land called St Thomas', lying in CC on the west side Piles Fresh, containing and now laid out for about 150 acres. Signed - Thos: Simpson This deed was acknowledged by Thomas Simpson and Sarah, his wife. Wit - Jno Howard*, Benja Fendall*.
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Charles County Land Records, Liber M#2 Page 223.
At the request of George Hatton, the following deed was recorded this Jun 17, 1730.
Apr 6, 1730 from John Williams (late of CC but now) of St Mary's County, planter, Daniel Short of CC, planter, and Katherine, his wife, and James Williams of CC, planter, to George Hatton of CC, merchant, for 4000 lbs of tobacco, a certain tract of land, being part of a tract of land called St Thomas', lying in CC, which parcel of land hereby sold contains about 70 acres. Signed - Jno (M his mark) Williams, Daniel (0 his mark) Short, Katherine () her mark) Short, James (1 his mark) Williams. Wit - Jno Howard*, Benja Fendall*. This deed was acknowledged by John Williams, Daniel Short and Katherine, his wife, and James Williams and Elizabeth, his wife. Sd Catherine Short and Easter Williams [sic], the wife of James Williams freely acknowledged their right to sd land.
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Prince William County, Virginia Deeds [Antient Press]; Liber E; 1740 - 1741; pp 416-418
THIS INDENTURE made this fourteenth day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred forty & one Between WILLIAM CLIFTON of the County of Prince William gent of one part & GILBERT SIMPSON of the aforesaid County Planter of other part Witnesseth that the said WILLIAM CLIFTON for the Rents and Covenants expressed on the part of GILBERT SIMPSON his heirs to be performed hath granted to farm Let unto the said GILBERT SIMPSON a certain parcel of land by estimation one hundred and fifty acres in the aforesaid County being the land where the said SIMPSON now lives on & bounded begining at three chesnut white Oaks on the lower side of a COVE runing thence Southwest by West to two red Oaks corner trees between the said GILBERT SIMPSON & WILLIAM WILLIAMS then North to a corner red Oak in the line that divides the land of MR. CLIFTON & SMITH thence North East to a box Oak thence Northeast to the river side then down with the several courses thereof to the first begining with the rights to the same now belonging To Have and To Hold the said land & other the premises to him the said GILBERT SIMPSON his heirs during the Natural life of him the said GILBERT SIMPSON, ELIZABETH his Wife & GILBERT his Son during which time it shall be lawful! for the said GILBERT SIMPSON to possess the said land paying therefore unto the said WILLIAM CLIFTON his heirs or assignes the annual rent of Seven hundred and thirty pounds of Tobacco quallified according to Law to be paid yearly by the twenty fifth day of December & the said GILBERT SIMPSON doth agree with the said WILLIAM CLIFTON not to dispose of any Timber of the aforesaid premises nor have a Subtenant on the same during this Lease neither sell his Lease to any with- out the Leave of the said WILLIAM CLIFTON Provided Always if it shall so happen the said Rent be not paid in Twenty days space next after the same shall be payble that then it shall be lawful! for said WILLIAM CLIFTON into the messuage to enter & having entered & the goods & chattels then & there found to take & distrain by himself or Servant for and appointed by him the said WILLIAM CLIFTON to bear away & the same to keep untill the Rent & arrearages of rent be fully paid further said WILLIAM CLIFTON for himself his heirs agree it may be lawfull for him the said GILBERT SIMPSON his heirs to make use of any timber they can find on the Land unleased belonging to the said WILLIAM CLIFTON for the support of the Plantation provided it is not to be found on his own part Sufficient to support the same Land hereafter only excepted all the land lying between the said WILLIAM CLIFTONs & a North Course runing to four Spanish Oaks corner trees of JOHN SHERRIDANs Land to a red Oak & two Spanish Oak saplins Corner trees by the side of a Branch that WILLIAM WILLIAMS is bounded finally the said GILBERT SIMPSON doth oblidge himself in three years Space after the present date to plant out one hundred Apple trees on the said Plantation & the same to keep under good fence & if any Dies to plant one in its Stead. In Witness whereof the parties have set their hands & Seals
in presence of ROBERT WHITELY, WILLIAM CLIFTON
JNO WESTBROOKE, WILLIAM WILLIAMS
At a Court held for Prince William County the 24th day of August 1741
WILLIAM CLIFTON acknowledged this Lease from himself to GILBERT SIMPSON to be his act & deed & it was thereupon admitted to Record
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Charles County Maryland Land Record Liber Z#2, 1744-1753; Page 319.
At the request of James Nivison, the following power of attorney was recorded on Mar 22, 1748[/9].
We, Gilbert and Elizabeth Simpsons, in Fairfax County, Virginia, have appointed Capt Samuel Chunn of CC, Gentleman, our lawful attorney, to convey to James Nivison, merchant in CC, all our right to a certain tract of land, being part of a tract of land called St Thomas, lying in CC on the west side of Piles' Fresh, containing about 158 acres, in consideration of 1500 lbs tobacco to us in hand paid. Signed Aug 11, 1748 - Gilbert Simpson, Elizabeth Simpson. Wit - Abraham Nivison, Thos (T his mark) Wallace.
Prince Georges County. Aug 22, 1748. Abraham Nivison made oath that he saw Gilbert and Elizabeth Simpson sign the within power of attorney, and that they saw the other witness make his mark. Sworn before JPs - George Scott, George Gordon.
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Charles County Maryland Land Record Liber Z#2, 1744-1753; Page 319.
At the request of James Nivison, the following deed was recorded on Mar 22, 1748[/9].
Aug 13, 1748 from Samuel Chunn of CC, Gentleman, by virtue of a power of attorney from Gilbert and Elizabeth Simpson in Fairfax County, Virginia, to James Nivison, merchant in CC, a certain tract of land, being part of a tract of land called St Thomas, lying in CC on the west side of Piles' Fresh, containing about 158 acres, and in consideration of 1500 lbs tobacco to them in hand paid. Signed - Sam: Chunn. Wit - Jno Winter, Arthur Lee.
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 365-27: ST. THOMAS: 400 acres; Possession of - 400 Acres - Simpson, Thomas: Surveyed 25 May 1665 for Thomas Simpson in the woods on the West side Piles Fresh: Other Tracts Mentioned: ST. THOMAS SIMPSON; ; ; Conveyance notes - 50 Acres - John Walker from Benjamin Hall; 27 January 1716 68 Acres - John Walker from Benjamin Hall; 27 January 1716, 10 Acres - John Walker from Thomas Simpson Sr. & Jr. 7 Aug 1727 6 Acres - John Walker from Thomas Simpson Jr. 7 Aug 1727,112 Acres - William Simpson from Thomas Simpson Sr. & Jr. 7 Aug 1727, 168 Acres - Richard Edelen from Thomas Simpson Sr. & Jr. 7 Aug 1727 218 Acres - Richard Edelen from Thomas Simpson Sr. & Jr. 7 Aug 1727, 150 Acres - John William, Thomas William, James William, Daniel Short, Giles Simpson from Thomas Simpson Sr. & Jr. 7 Aug 1727, 79 Acres - George Hatton from John & James William & Daniel Short; 6 April 1732 60 Acres - Ignatius Simpson from Thomas Simpson Jr & Sr. 31 Dec 1732 63 Acres - Gilbert Simpson from Thomas Simpson Jr & Sr. 31 Dec 1732, Resurveyed into ST. THOMAS SIMPSON; 19 Oct 1721, folio 400. 
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Charles County Land Records, Liber M#2 Page 272.
At the request of Daniel Bourne of Stafford County, Virginia, the following deed was recorded this Dec 6, 1731.
Nov 26, 1731 from Edward Marloe of South Farnham Parish in Essex County, Virginia, to Daniel Bourne of Stafford County, Virginia, for and in consideration of 1 grey gelding and 800 lbs of tobacco to be paid when demanded, and 800 lbs more to paid on Nov 10 next ensuing, and for divers other good causes, all that tract called Tower Hill, being part of a manor called Zekiah, lying in CC on the north side of the River formerly called Piscataway but now Potomack, being between Goose Bay and Coals Cr, bounded by David Thomas' land in Chingoamuxon [Chicamuxen Cr], the woods, containing about 250 acres. Sd tract was first surveyed and granted to Wm Marloe in the year 1670, and became the right and inheritance of Edwd Marloe, grandson & heir at law to the sd Wm Marloe, first patentee. Signed - Edward (T his mark) Marlow. Wit - Geo: Dent*, Francis (fo his mark) Balthorp.
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Charles County Court Records, November Court 1735 Court, Liber T#2, Page 98
Daniel Bowen, by his petition to this Court, sets forth that he is possessed of a tract of land called Tower hill, lying in Durham Parish in this County, and the bounds thereof being much decayed, he prays a Commission to perpetuate the same. Thereupon it is ordered that Commission issue, returnable here &c, to Thos: Stone, Richard Speake, Edward Maddock, and Bayne Smallwood to examine witnesses touching the premises.
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Charles County Court Records, November 1741 Court, Liber T#2, Page 292
The Justices here do describe the following main Roads, and do appoint the several persons hereafter named overseers of sd Roads for the ensuing year according to the several precincts and divisions following, viz -
From Francis Grey's to Mattawoman Road, from Samuel Hanson quarter the old Mattown Road to Richard Wheelers Mill, the road that strikes out of Mattawoman Old Road to the Huckleberry Branch. And also a road from Colo. Hanson's Road by the Plantation where Edward Maddox formerly lived to Daniel Bowen's. Edward Mattox, overseer.
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Charles County Court Records, June Court 1736 Court, Liber T#2, Page 199.
Pursuant to Court order of last Nov Court, Commission issued to examine witnesses touching the bounds of a tract of land called Tower hill, in possession of Daniel Bourn. The Commissioners appointed were Thos: Stone, Richard Speake, Edward Maddock, & Bayne Smallwood of CC, Gent. Daniel Bourn is seized of Tower hill, which lies in Durham Parish in CC. The Commissioners are not related to the Petitioner, any contiguous proprietor, nor interested in sd land.
And now here, the afd Thos: Stone, Richd Speake, and Edwd Maddock return to Court here the Commission afd with their certificate of having executed the Commission. The certificate was signed on Apr 8, 1736 by - Thos: Stone, Richard Speake, Edward Maddock.
The deposition of William Godfrey, aged about 57, who declares that about 14-15 years ago, Thos: Sympson was brought as a witness to the place where this deponent is now, which is about 30 strides from the head of a deep gully, and sd Sympson made oath that there stood the beginning bound tree of the land that was formerly in his possession. Signed - William Godfrey.
The deposition of Robert Calvert, age about 45, who declares that he was there present when the afd Thomas Sympson was brought as a witness to the abovesd place as the abovesd Godfrey declares, and the sd Sympson at that time made oath that there stood the dividing tree of the land that was formerly in his possession, between him and John Marlow. Signed - Robert (R his mark) Calvert.
The deposition of William Godfrey, aged as abovesd, who declares that about 13-14 years ago, John Marlow stood in a hole where this deponent is now, and he said there did stand one of his bound trees, and the sd Marlow told this deponent that some time afore, Mr. Edlin was surveying land running up the River, and he told the people to look out for a bound tree for the number of perches was just out, and sd Marlow told this deponent that the number of perches ended at the hole afd. Signed -- William Godfrey.
The deposition of afd William Godfrey, who declares that about 20 years or more ago, William Thomas and this deponent came to the place where he is now, and within 20 yards, the sd Thomas told this deponent there stood a bounded white oak, which he believed was the first bound tree of Tower hill, and John Marlow cut the tree down. Signed - William Godfrey.
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Charles County Maryland Land Record Liber X#2, 1743-1744; Page 92.
At the request of Daniel Bourne of CC, the following bond was recorded on Apr 19, 1744.
I- William Brooks of CC, planter, give bond to Daniel Bourne of CC, planter, in the just and full sum of 100 £sterling money of GB, this Feb 16, 1739[/40), to warrant that sd Wm Brooks & his wife will make over & acknowledge their right to a certain parcel of land, being part of Thomas' Choice, to Daniel Bourne. The land is bounded by Potomack River, sd Bowen's cow pen, the line of Tower Hill. If Brooks and wife warrant & defend the land forever for sd Bourne, then this bond to be void. Signed - Wm (W his mark) Brooks. Wit - Saml. Adams, Eliz (E.B. her mark) Bourne, Ann Baylor.
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Chicamuxen: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 360-61: THOMAS CHOICE: 308 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Merrett, John : Surveyed 19 Oct 1687 for William Thomas.
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Riverside: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 347-33: TOWER HILL: 250 acres; Possession of - 250 Acres - Marloe, John: Surveyed 29 July 1670 for William Marloe at a bound black oak on the East side of Potomac river near a bound tree of Daniel Thomas land in Chingomuxon (Hundred): Conveyance notes - 250 Acres - Daniel Bowen (Bourne) from Edward Marloe; 26 Nov 1731, 150 Acres - James Gowe (sp?) from Daniel Bowen (or Bourne); 9 Aug 1737, 
Bourne, Daniel (I46886)
 
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Charles County Land Records, Liber Q, Page 10
COURT OF 10 JUN 1690
Petition of Anthony Smith: Thomas Baker did by his will dated 5 Sep 1684 give all his estate to his children to be divided as they come of age; Anthony Smith having married Martha Baker, d/o Thomas; division of estate ordered and payment to be made to Anthony Smith
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Charles County Land Records, Liber Q, Page 12
COURT OF 12 AUG 1690
Anthony Smith, planter, husband of Martha Baker, and Charles Shepherd, bind themselves in the sum of 00 re estate of Thomas Baker
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Charles County Land Records, Liber Q, Page 23
COURT OF 2 MAR 1690
Justices appointed regarding estate of Thomas Baker at request of Anthony Smith who m. Martha Baker, d/o thomas
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Charles County Land Records, Liber Q, Page 28
COURT OF 9 JUN 1691
Resurvey of Baker's Rest; beginning at the mouth of Baker's Creek; also Baker's Addition; parcel #1 to Andrew Baker, #2 to Thomas Baker, #3 to Anthony Smith and Martha his wife, #4 to John Baker
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber R, Page 279
25 Sep 1691; Indenture from Anthony Smith, planter, and Martha his wife, to William Dent; for 6,500# tobacco; a parcel of land laid out of land of Thomas Baker, decd, due Martha, d/o Thomas Baker; known as Lot Number Three; containing 181 acres; /s/ Anthony Smith (mark), Martha Smith (mark); wit. Charles Shepherd, Robert Smallpage, William Roddery (mark). (It appears Anthony Smith left his wife destitute and the court ordered William Dent to pay Joyse Garrett, wife of Charles Garrett, part of the afsd. tobacco for the maintenance of Martha Smith.)
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Dent. W Nanjemy, Md Chas Co, 2nd Oct., 1702; 17th Feb., 1704/5.
To wife Elizabeth during life, plantation and mill, also 50 A., "St. Barbary's," 15A "Wheeler's Palme", and 200 A., "Thomkinson's Long Lookt For."
To son Thomas and hrs., dwelling plantation afsd. at deceaseof mother, also 894 A., Whitehaven and the lodge where Thomas Perry lives.
To Son George plantation at Portobacco where Richard Edgar lives and adjoining lands 300A, (unnamed), bought of Thomas Warner, 109A, part of Harrisons Gift bought of Thomas Baker, 118 A. (unnamed) bought of Anthony Smith and wife, 118 A. (unnamed) bought of Thomas Baker, 2 tracts 118 A. and 125 A. (unnamed) bought of Andrew Baker, and residue 888 A. of "Harrisons Gift" at Pope’s Creek.
To sons Thomas and George and hrs. afsd, residue of land Lawrell Branch at Mattawoman.
To son Peter and hrs., 1/3 of tract of 1569 A., "Friendship" taken up jointly with Col. Addison, Mr. Hutchinson (son afad. having already received 36 of sd. tract by conveyence from Mr. Hutchinson afsd.), also Ginsbrough 400, inherited by testator at death of brother George Dent.
To little " dau. Elizabeth and hrs, plantation at Mattawoman and 500 A adjoining it.
To young son Phillip and hrs., "St. Barbary’s Wheelers Palme'' and "Thomkinson's Long Lookt For" at decease of wife.
Jonathan Matthews to colleat all moneys due testator, and to dispose of ships, cargoes, etc.; sd. money to be equally divided amongst wife and child. afsd. Sons to have their estates in this country at 17 yrs. and money in England at 21 yrs. Daughters at marriage or Majority. Wife and child. afsd., residuary legatees.
Exe.: Wife Elizabeth and sons Thomas and George. In event of wife's marriage she to continue in executorship if she wishes to keep her child. and sufficient security be furnished.
Trustees: Phillip Hopkins, Richard Harrison, Gerard Fowke, Thomas Evans
Test: Jno. Beale, Gerard Fowke, Sam’ll Peele, Thomas Evans.
1st March, 1703-4. by codicil testor leaves land bought from Peter Anhilles to son Thomas and that at Popes Creek to son George.
Mrs Anne Fowke, Mother of Wife Elizabeth is provided for
To Thomas Dent, silver bowl given testator by Gov. Blackistone. Rest of will confirmed. 3.475
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Sanders, Robt., Charles County, 22nd Jan., 1717; 4th Feb., 1717.
To Anne Coulson, widow, two sets of bills of exchange for £14 sterling drawn by Capt. John Morecraft of Liverpool, mariner, consigned to John Crosby, merchant, in Liverpool, and the money Capt. John Gardiner, Capt. John Ball and Stephen M. Robinson owe testator.
To bro. Mathew and father Mathew, Henry Ward, sister Margaret Ward and to bro. John (Sanders), personalty.
To Capt. Samuell Bowman's cabin boy, 100 lbs. tobacco.
To Anthony Smith, 16d. Wm.,
To son of Mary Johns (an orphan bound to Wm. Sanders), 20s. when of age.
To Mary, dau. of Geo. Ares., 20s. when at age of 16 yrs.
To Elizabeth and Chas. Camill, personalty,, they to live with Francis Robinson and Wm. Sanders. Should they not be willing to live with them during minority, their portion to be equally divided between executors.
Exs.: Francis Robinson and Wm. Sanders, jointly.
Test: Stephen Robinson, Dan. Hopper, Calri: Brown. 14, 445.
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Neale (Neal), James, Sr., Wolleston Mannor,Charles County, 1st April, 1725; 11th Oct., 1727.
To eldest son James, Jr., deed of Woolleston Mannour afsd. confirmed; and personalty.
To second son Henry, deed of 500 A. Gills Land confirmed; and personalty.
To son Benjamin and hrs., 500 A. leased to and known by names of Davies, Antho. Smith, Jno. Castles and Tho. Sparkes; sd. son dying without issue, to son William and hrs.; and personalty.
To son William and hrs., 500 A. leased to Cha. Rocks, Nat. Freeman and Thomas Marrish; and all land at Mattawoman bou. of Geo. Hinson; sd. son dying without issue or during minority, to son Benj. and hrs.; and personalty at age of 21.
To wife Elizabeth and hrs., interest in 340 A. lying at Upper Machoteck, Virginia., lately in poss. of Michaell Webb and Benja. Berryman; 1/3 personal estate.
To daus. Mary Deaton, formerly Vanswerring, Mary Tawney, formerly Neale, Ann, now wife of Mr. Edward Cole, and Margaret, personalty.
To dau. Mildred, £30 at age or marriage.
Exs.: Wife and sons Benjamin and William to divide residue of personal estate equally.
Test: Walter Story, Thos. Taney, Joseph Alvey.
Codicil: Son William and dau. Mildred to have no interest in bequests until they give bond to acquit themselves and hrs. of all interest in certain slaves once property of dau. Elizabeth.
Date and tests same as above will. 19, 246.

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Wills of Old Rappahannock County, Virginia [William Montgomery Sweeny]
PETERS, RANDOLPH, 18 February, 1683 ;2 April, 1684.
To Margaret Curtis and her heirs forever 142 acres of land lying upon Barbara Goldmarsh also one cow and two yearlings marked with two crops and two holes and also my working tools. Executrix Margaret Curtis.
Wit. GEORGE COLECLOUGH, aged 29 years or thereabouts,
ANTHONY SMITH, ANN SMITH. Page 21. 
Smith, Anthony (I44036)
 
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Charles County Maryland Land Record Liber Z#2, 1744-1753; Page 316.
At the request of John Beale Jr, the following deposition was recorded on Feb 4, 1748[/9].
Richard Beale of Essex County, Virginia, aged about 46, deposes that either in Jun or Aug, 1723, at Marlborough, he, the sd Richard met with John Diggs & offered sd Diggs to divide between sd Diggs and sd Beal the land his father recovered of sd Diggs called Durham, which sd Diggs refused. This deponent further says that he offered Diggs 30,000 lbs tobacco for his right, or else to divide [it] between them. Sd Diggs said he would not sell it except he sold all the land he had joining it to it. This deponent said that he was not able to buy it all, but thought he had a right to what his father had recovered, but that Diggs, having more money than this deponent, he was willing to sit down with half and to settle law suits cease. Diggs answered that this deponent was mistaken, and that if he would go home with him, he would show him his right. This deponent answered that he did not understand the law, and to show him his papers should signify nothing. This deponent says further that Mr. John Diggs offered to buy his right, to which this deponent says he told Diggs he did not care to sell. Diggs said that sd Richard might as well have something for it, for he was well satisfied his father did not intend to let him have any of it, as long as he lived, & he was as likely to live as this deponent .. oath he uses in your favor, and you were to have when you came to age, which your father suingment to Mr. Bordly and Mr. Dullany and got a skin of parchment and got the Actners Drawer over and his own name put in it and by this means, especially Mr. Bordley, got Mr. Hart to sign it, quite contrary to the intent of both houses, which Diggs said was a very roguish action. This deponent says that his father showing him such foul play and doing so unfairly by him was the only inducement for him to sell his right, resolving that he would have something and not his father have all. This deponent further says that at Marlborough, before the conveyance was signed, his father, Mr. John Beal, came into the house where we met to sign, viz, Mr. Wm Diggs, Mr. John Diggs, Wm Middleton, myself, and the 2 Justices, Mr. Robert Tyler and Mr. Thomas Sprigg. My father used many arguments to persuade me to not to sign until he had taken advice, which Mr. John Diggs opposed, threatening to sue my bond that I had given him for 1000 pounds, if I did not then & there sign. But when my father, by his arguments, had almost persuaded me not to sign, Mr. William Diggs called this deponent aside and told him he would advise him to sign, for if he didn't, he was sure his brother would sue his bond, to which this deponent replied that he was not willing to sign now, and thereby have his father's curse, to which sd William Diggs answered, you are past a child and are your own man. Your father's curse will be nothing to you. I will reconcile your father to you and will give you a pistole if you will sign now, which he did then and there put into deponent's hand. This deposition taken Jun 12, 1728 before us - Geo: Dent, Robert Yates.
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 310-59: DURHAM: 400 acres; Possession of - 400 Acres - Beale, John: Surveyed 9 July 1674 for Elinor Bayne (Beane) in this lordships manor of PANGUYA on the West side of Port Tobacco fresh at a "bastard" black oak near an Indian path. {mm note, yes the spelling is correct} poss. by John Beale who married Stones Relict: Other notes - 400 Acres - John Digges from Richard Beale; 19 Sept 1723, 750 Acres - John Digges from Richard Beale; 19 Sept 1723, 400 Acres - John Beale from Richard Beale; 30 Oct 1724, 750 Acres - John Beale from Richard Beale; 30 Oct 1724, 370 Acres - Daniel of St. Thomas Jennifer from John Beale; 28 Jan 1728, 100 Acres - John Beale Jr. from John Beale Sr., 1 Nov 1736, 275 Acres - John Beale Jr. from John Beale Sr. 22 Dec 1736.
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 310-59: DURHAM: 400 acres; Possession of - 400 Acres - Beale, John: : : : : : : Surveyed 9 July 1674 for Elinor Bayne (Beane) in this lordships manor of PANGUYA on the West side of Port Tobacco fresh at a "bastard" black oak near an Indian path. {mm note, yes the spelling is correct} poss. by John Beale who married Stones Relict: Conveyance notes - 400 Acres - John Digges from Richard Beale; 19 Sept 1723 750 Acres - John Digges from Richard Beale; 19 Sept 1723, 400 Acres - John Beale from Richard Beale; 30 Oct 1724 750 Acres - John Beale from Richard Beale; 30 Oct 1724,370 Acres - Daniel of St. Thomas Jennifer from John Beale; 28 Jan 1728, 100 Acres - John Beale Jr. from John Beale Sr. 1 Nov 1736, 275 Acres - John Beale Jr. from John Beale Sr. 22 Dec 1736, ,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 333-220: HIS LORDSHIPS FAVOUR: 1000 acres; Possession of - 500 Acres - Beale, John: 500 Acres - Hawkins, Henry: Surveyed 2 July 1699 for Hugh Thomas beginning a bound Red Oak the corner tree of Mr. Notley Rozers land. Poss 500a John Beale, 500a Henry Hawkins who married the daughter of William Middleton.: Conveyance notes - Richard Beale from John Beale; 30 Oct 1724 300 Acres - William Middleton from Richard Beale; 25 Dec 1724, 200 Acres - John Eburnathy from Richard Beale; 14 Aug 1727 140 Acres - John Eburnathy from Richard Beale; 30 Sept 1728,200 Acres - William Middleton from James Keech; 9 July 1730 267 Acres - Henry Holland Hawkins from William Middleton; 15 Nov 1732, 349 Acres - Thomas & James Eburnathy to William & James Middleton; 12 March 1734 (mm note; the record reads "from" and "to" is written above it. There is additional writing in a different hand annotating Charles County Liber 2, 97, 247. Difficult to read), 450 Acres - Allen Davis from William Middleton; 24 June 1738, 43 Acres - John Pigeon From William Middleton; 9 Aug 1738, 450 Acres - Joseph Lemaster from William Middleton; 9 Aug 1738 
Beale, Richard {addl records} (I130705)
 
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Charles County Maryland Will Book AF-11, 1791-1801, {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 556.
Matthew Boswell, Will, September 30, 1799; January 27, 1800
I, Matthew Boswell of CC being sick and weak in body but of sound mind and disposing memory and understanding
To son Matthew Boswell, one feather bed and furniture, one cow and calf, one eue and lamb.
To granddaughter Elizabeth Robey, one feather bed and furniture.
To daughter Eleanor Tippett, four sheep.
To wife Jane, the use of the residue of my estate during her life and after her decease it is to be equally divided amongst all my children, Sarah Nalley, Chloe Robey, John Boswell, Ignatius Boswell, Henry Boswell, Elkanah Boswell, Priscilla Moreland, Eleanor Tippett and Matthew Boswell; the children of my deceased daughter Elizabeth Robey shall have a child's part equally divided amongst them.
Executor: son John Boswell
Signed: September 30, 1799 unsigned
Wit: Daniel Carrington, Jane Carrington
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Charles County Land Records 1786-1790; Liber D#4; Page 191. Jan 5, 1788 from William Brooke of Surry County, North Carolina, to Stephen Howison of the same county and state, for 50 £Virginia currency, all that part of a tract of land called Hopewells Amendment, lying in CC and devised to the sd William Brooke by his father John Brooke as per the will of his sd father, beginning at the end of John Boswell's north line in a small branch, and running thence north with Baltimore's Bounty to the end of the 1st line laid down in Hopewell's Certificate, then to a small branch to the land of John Boswell, then down the branch, containing about 125 acres. Signed - William Brook. Wit -
Rich Barnes*, Henry Barnes*. Recorded Jan 5, 1788.
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Charles County Maryland Will Book AL-12, 1801-1808, {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 502.
Eleanor Dagg, Will, none; March 8, 1808
My property to be sold, my debts paid and the residue to be equally divided between Milly Boswell's children and Elizabeth McDaniels children.
CC Sct., March 8th 1808, Then came Kennith McKenzie, William King Davis and Ann Wathen and serverally made oath that they were present when Eleanor Marr otherwise called Eleanor Dagg, made the within disposition of her personal estate, that the numcupative will was reduced to writing in her last sickness and previous to her death.
mm note: Elizabeth Kerrick w/o Nathaniel McDaniel, Mildred 'Milly' Kerrick w/o Ignatius Boswell. John Boswell was the executor of her Inventory on March 9, 1808.
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1800 Census
67 27 Boswell John Durham Parish pg0062.txt
67 27 Boswell John 2 . . 1 . 2 . . 1 . . 6 --- Durham Parish
26 to 45 with wife 26 to 45

68 6 Boswell John Durham Parish pg0062.txt
68 6 Boswell John 1 . . 1 . . . 2 . . . 4 --- Durham Parish
26 to 45 no wife

87 19 Boswell John Port Tobacco Parrish pg0077.txt
87 19 Boswell John 4 2 . 1 1 1 1 . 1 . . 19 --- Port Tobacco Parrish
over 45 and wife 26 to 45

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Charles County, Maryland Land Records 1808-1810; Liber IB-8 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 351.
At the request of Samuel Chapman the following Deed was recorded October 15, 1809
Indenture made August 29, 1809; John Boswell and Elizabeth Rebecca Boswell his wife in consideration of $500 current money of the United States paid by Samuel Chapman has sold and assigns forever all the right title interest and estate to tracts of land which John Millar late of Charles County deceased died seized and possessed of, to wit; "Martin's Supply", "Strife", "Daniels Mount" and "Johnson's Retirement". Signed John Boswell, Elizabeth R. Boswell in the presence of and acknowledged before Thomas Rogerson, Samuel Hawkins
August 29, 1809; Elizabeth Rebecca Boswell wife of John Boswell relinquished her right of dower
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Charles County, Maryland Land Records 1808-1810; Liber IB-8 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 353.
At the request of Samuel Chapman and Henry Boswell the following Trust Deed was recorded October 15, 1809
Maryland Charles County, to wit, August 29, 1809; I John Boswell in consideration of 10 shillings current money of the state of Maryland paid by Samuel Chapman and Henry Boswell do therefrom acquit of and discharge and for the following purposes to wit, 1st that Samuel Chapman and Henry Boswell shall be fully paid for their actual costs and expenses which they may incur in the execution of this trust and secondly that the whole in trust one Negro man Jesse and one bed and furniture for the use of Elizabeth Rebecca Boswell it being in consideration of her acknowledged her right of dower in and to certain tracts of land this day conveyed to Samuel Chapman and also one Negro man called Charles to Samuel Chapman and Henry Boswell in trust for John Miller a minor under the guardianship of me and to secure Samuel Chapman and Henry Boswell as my security as for the estate of John Miller in my hands; and I also convey to Samuel Chapman and Henry Boswell for the purpose of paying a certain debt and also for the purpose of paying my debts so far as the property shall be equal to the payments to Ford and Greer, John B. Wills, Edward Hamilton and all those debts as to them may appear just; and be it remembered that I John Boswell in consideration of the aforesaid sum of 10 shillings as well for the purposes above mentioned has sold unto Samuel Chapman and Henry Boswell the following property; Negroes Jesse, Charles, Corry and Nancy, 13 head of black cattle, 3 head of horses, 29 hogs, 17 sheep, all my plantation utensils, 6 feather beds and furniture and all the balance of my household and kitchen furniture for the uses and purposes herein before mentioned and for no other purpose or use whatsoever. And if the aforesaid John Boswell shall pay to John Miller a minor now under his guardianship the full sum due him from his deceased father on or before October 14, 1813, and also pays Samuel Chapman and Henry Boswell the full balance is due them and to Ford and Greer, John B. Wills and Edward Hamilton at such time and demanded and on the above recited condition been fully completed and the above foregoing property is to be conveyed to John Boswell. In witness whereof I have here unto subscribe my name and affixed my seal this August 29 1809, John Boswell in the presence of and acknowledged before Thomas Rogerson 
Boswell, John (I58343)
 
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Children of Mary Mason and Benjamin Strother are:

i. Margaret Strother was born 1730, and died 31 MAY 1761. She married John Murdock 26 OCT 1750 in Stafford Co. VA, son of Jeremiah Murdock. He died 1759 in Stafford Co. VA. She married William Bronaugh 10 MAR 1760, son of Jeremiah Bronaugh and Simpha Rosa Enfield Mason. He was born 16 JAN 1730, and died 1800.

ii. Alice Strother was born 30 NOV 1732, and died DEC 1795. She married Robert Washington 16 DEC 1756, son of Townshend Washington and Elizabeth Lund. He was born 25 JAN 1729, and died 1800.

Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://www.rootsweb.com/~vastaffo/captainhenrytyler.htm
URL title: Captain Henry Tyler
Note:
Major Benjamin Strother married secondly on December 6, 1760 Elizabeth ( Rowzee) Waller Peyton (circa 1715-182, widow of Charles Waller, Gentleman, ( 17 -1749) and John Peyton, Gentleman, ( 1691-1760) both of Stafford County. There is an account of Major Benjamin Strother and his wives in Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Volume 19, pages 224-227 and the Reverend Horace E. Hayden in his Virginia Genealogies, pages 495-498, details the family of John Peyton (1691-1760) of Stony Hill.
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1722-1728 Stafford County, Virginia Deed Book J; [Antient Press];
pp. 465-466 This Indenture made 13th September 1727 between BENJAMIN STROTHER & MARY his Wife of Parish Overwharton Stafford County and ANTHONY THORNTON of Parish St. Pauls in County and Colony aforesd Gent. for sum one hundred fifty pounds Sterl. many of Great Britain have sold Eight Molatto Negro slaves (named) ..
Presence Mosly Battly, Benja. Strother
W: Strother Mary x Strother
At Court held for Stafford County 13th September 1727 Benjamin Strother & Mary his wife acknowledged this deed of sale .. admitted to record.
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Prince William County, 7 Apr 1731 Exec. Jour.

QUANTICO & HUNTING CREEK.......... [Tobacco inspectors] Francis Awbrey, Benj. Strother{ also Falmouth & Fredericksburg }, Cadwalladr Dade
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1735-1743 King George County Deed Book 2 (Antient Press); pp. 269-271
Indenture made 9th January 1738 between WILLIAM THORNTON King George County & ANTHONY STROTHER of same .. hath leased Tract on Rappahannock River about two miles below the Falls containing about 225 acres unto ANTHONY STROTHER & BEHETHALAN his wife during the time that he or she shall think fit to .. abide thereon .. provided that .. do not at any time presume to clear cut down or tend any Ground that hath not been heretofore cleared .. nor cut down wood except such shall be necessary .. nor deliver right to any other person .. if Strother do move they are to pay Rents .. further agreed if William Thornton sell said Land .. he may without any hindrance .. to pay rent for first year ending at Chrismass next 930 pounds good Tobacco in one cask convenient to some Landing in King George County .. like quantity for second year .. the Third year to be Rent free so to continue .
Presence Jeas. Mackie, Will: Thornton
Benja: Strother, Margaret x Strother Antho. Strother
At a court held 7th September 1739 .. Lease recorded.
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1735-1743 King George County Deed Book 2 (Antient Press); pp. 273-276
Indenture made 4th/5th September 1739 between JOHN GRIMSLEY of St. Marys Parish County Caroline of one part and BENJAMIN STROTHER of Hanover Parish King George County .. by deeds of lease & release .. for sum Fifteen pounds current money of Virginia sold half of a tract in Hanover Parish and by Estimation computed to be 50 acres which was left unto him by his Father JOHN GRIMSLEY Deceas'd .. by his will bearing date 27th January 1725 .. land whereon his Father formerly lived ..
Presence John Hamilton,
John Grimsley
Benja. Strother, M. Battaley
At a court held 7th September 1739 .. Deeds of lease and release together with Receipt for consideration money recorded. 
Strother, Benjamin (I23693)
 
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Database: mrmarsha
Individual: I23151
Link: http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=mrmar sha&id=I23151
Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~debbie/stories/henrico.html
URL title: Henrico County, Virginia
Note:
Joseph Royal Sr. was dead by March 10, 1665. He and Katherine Banks Royall had at least three children, whose names are known; Joseph Royall Jr, Sarah Royall, who married John Wilkinson, and Katherine Royall who married Richard Perrin. (He also may have been the father of William, Richard And Henry as well as a daughter who married Richard Dennis And another daugher who married Machel Marshall. When Joseph died in about 1665, Katherine was a wealthy woman and married a second time to Henry Isham, Sr. of Bermueda Hundred Plantation in Virginia. According to custom, Joseph Royall's estate became the property of the new husband. Henry Isham added another wing onto the residence which was enhanced with tall pines and an English Flower Garden and was enclosed within a white picket fence. Katherine and Henry Isham were the leaders of Virginia Society at that time. They had three children together. Mary , who married William Randolph , Anne who married Francis Eppes and Henry Isham, Jr who died as a young unmarried man; he was lost at sea. In his will dated 11/13/1678, her son left Katherine, his mother one third of his property which was in both VA and England. Through this second marrriage, Katherine is the direct ancestor of Thomas Jefferson and John Marshall. Katherine's daughter Mary Isham was a much-courted belle in the scattered plantation society of the region. She was a charming young lady, known to play a musical instrument called a cittern. William Randolph married Mary Isham and they have been called the "Adam and Eve of Virginia". 
Royall, Katherine (I107643)
 
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Fairfax Co Va Wills Liber E
pp. 199-200
Know all men .. that we THOMAS WINDSOR and DAVID DAVIS are held and firmly bound unto CHARLES BROADWATER and JAMES WREN, DAVID ARELL and ROGER WEST Gentlemen Justices of County of Fairfax now sitting in sum one hundred pounds .. the seventeenth day April 1787.
The Condition .. is such that if Thomas Windsor (who is appointed Guardian of GEORGE WINDSOR) do well and truly pay unto said orphan all such Estate to the said Thomas as soon as said Orphan shall attain to lawful age .. or when thereto required .. save harmless said Justices .. that then this obligation to be void and of none effect .. Thom. Windsor
At Court contd & held 17th April 1787 David Davies
Thomas Windsor and David Davis acknowledged this Bond .. which is ordered to be recorded 
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Fairfax County Virginia, Will Book B 1752-1767; Page 73
pg97-101; May 6, 1755. John Colville late of Newcastle upon Tyne but now at Fairfax
Brother Thomas Colvill land on br. of Accotink called Hither Quarter with all negros and tract I bought of Edward Emms, during time of natural life, now dwelling plantaion calld Clush on Gr. Hunting Creek of 1000a
Legatees: Earl of Tankerville and Brother Thomas Colvill exors.
Earl of Tankerville son of my fathers's brother daughter. I give all tract of land lying on bothsides Catocton purchased from Francis Awbrey of 1600a excepting 1000 acres near John Hon____?, which I allot for sale.
Earl of Tankervile my tract on Br. of Difficult of 1500a also 2/9 share of copper mine and 200a belonging to it in Co. and adjoining tract to him.
Tract of land on Maryland side of Potomoke River pattent called Merryland in Pr. George's Co. now in Frederick Co. containing 6300a to be sold. All my land about Four Miles Run of 1400a to be disposed.
Mary Foster who came into the country in my ship and to live with me I give my tract of land on Br. of Tuscorora I bought of Middleton Shaw containing 178a and 60lbs current money.
Daughter: Catherine by said Mary and now wife of John West Jr. and said John West 1000a of my Catocton tract to be laid off adjoyning to John Houghsland which he bought of Amos Jenny with 15 negros.
Brother in Law: George Colvill late of Newcastle upon Tyne 40lbs. sterl and intending thereby to cut off all the descendants from said George Colvill.
Legatee: Trustee of Charity School of St. Parish in Newcastle sum of 40lbs sterling
Signed John Colvill.
Wit: Dan French, Wm Sewell, Thomas Harrison Jr. G. West.
Proven: Jan 20 1756. Exor: Thomas Colvill, Gent.
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1770-1772 Frederick County MD Land Records {Patricia Abelard Andersen}
657-661. Adam Stewart of Georgetown, Frederick County; Ths Montgomery and Cumberland Wilson ofthe town of Dumfries in Prince William County, Virginia, merchants, recorded 24 March 1772, made 23 January between Francis Colvill, Geo Washington and Jno West Junr., of Fairfax County, Virginia, executors of the last will & testament of Thos Colvill gentlemen, who was one of the executors of Jno Colvill, gentlemen. Whereas the aforenamed Jno Colvill on 6 May 1755 was
seized in fee of a tract in Frederick County called Merryland, containing 6300 acres, granted by patent 16 November 1733, being thereof seized made his last will bearing date 6 May and recorded in Fairfax County aforesaid, his executors to sell the same, and the said Jno Colvill did by power vested in him, for £2500 sterling bargain with a certain Jno Sample of Charles County, merchant for the sale thereof, and before the execution of a conveyance of said land to the said Jno Semple, the
said Thomas Colvill died, and by his will appointed Francis Colvill, Geo Washington and Jno West Junior his executors were empowered by an Act of Assembly of the Province of Maryland, 23 November 1771, to enable the executors of Ths colvill to convey the land therein, on the payment on or before 20 April 1773 ofwhat shall be due on the said contract between Thomas Colvill and Jno Semple for the sale of Merryland, and whereas the said Jno Semple by a letter ofAttorney under his
hand and seal, 8 December 1771, to be recorded in the Clerks office of Prince William County, impowered the said executors to make a conveyance to the aforesaid Adam Steward, Thomas Montgomery and Cumberland Wilson as tenants in common. Now this indenture is made upon receipt ofthe balance, for parcel Merryland Beginning at a bounded ash on the bank ofPotomack River, a littlebelowthe Shanandore Mountain, metes and bounds given containing 6300 acres. Signed Franc Colvill, G. Washington, Jno West Junr., before Chas Jones, Andrew Heugh. Receipt.
Acknowledgment. Alienation fine of £12.12 sterling by Wm M. Beall.
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FAIRFAX COUNTY, VIRGINIA WILL BOOK F [22 February 1791 - 19 May 1794] pp 278-279
he Estate of Col THOMAS COLVILL to GEORGE WASHINGTON one of the Executors Dr. 1767 .. paid JOHN MUIR his account against the said Thomas Colvill the same having been settled and discounted out of the bond given by BENJAMIN SEBASTIAN to the Executors of the said T Colvill for the sum of £55.10.0 the price of a negro named young Abner sold him at the sale of the said T. Colvills negroes which bond the said John Muir assumed the payment of to the Executors: cash repaid the Estate of JOHN COLVILL out of the sum of £.. 816..13..7 this day paid into the hands of the said G. Washington on account of the said John Colvill by JOHN SIMPLE which had by the sale of G. Washington been carried wholly to the credit of the said T. Colvill supposing that there remained at that time a larger sum of money due to his Estate from the Estate of the said J. Colvill, but upon a final settlement of the accounts of the two Estates the balance on that day due to the said T. Colvill was found to be only £741..19.. 5 3/4 sterling therefore creditted for £74 18 1 1/2 more than due which reduced to Virginia currency at 20 pr cent the Exchange at which the Bills received in payment were sold is (blank), paid MISS ANDERSONs Legacy oft 80 Sterling with Interest to this day reduced to Virginia Currency at 33 1(3 the par is £234.13... N.B The demand of this legacy was made by Miss Andersons friends in a short time after the death of T. Colvill the Executors at the time of the demand were not in Cash nor were they for several years afterwards, the war commenced soon after which suspended all business, some time elapsed after peace before the demand was renewed and further time was spent after the renewal of the demand before the claimant could be properly identifyed so as to justify the payment. paid the Exors of ROBERT ADAM the balance of his account . Cr. 1789 by cash paid JOSIAH WATSON
Fairfax County Sct By virtue of an order of Fairfax Court for that purpose we have examined the above account and compared it with the vouchers and find the same to be truly and justly stated, the said George Washington also made oath that he had truly paid the several sums by him charged and given due credit for all sums of money by him received on account of the said Estate. Given .. this 16th day of September 1793.
John Fitzgerald
At Court continued and held for County Wm. Herbert of Fairfax 17th September 1793 The additional
Estate Account of Thomas Colvill deceased as administered by George Washington was presented in Court and the same being examined is allowed and ordered to be recorded
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FAIRFAX COUNTY, VIRGINIA WILL BOOK F [22 February 1791 - 19 May 1794] pp 280-283
The Estate of JOHN COLVILL deceased to the Executors of THOMAS COLVILL deceased 1766 Dr to balance this day due to T Colvill according to the settlement made with the Court of Fairfax, to balance due T. Colvill as agent of LORD TANKERVILLE who was the residuary legatee of the said Colvill as the same was settled with the Agents, to sundry articles procured by the said Thomas Colvill of JOHN SEMPLE for the use of the Estate of the said John Colvill and which were exhibited by the said John Semple against the Executors of the said T Colvill and allowed upon settlement with him as so much paid on account of the Maryland tract of land sold him by the said Thomas Colvill, balance of Semples account for shoes furnished the negroes at Cotockton not charged by T. Colvill in his accounts against the Estate of John Colvill or LORD TANKSVILLE . (also a number of Bills Protested) .. deduct 25% of £335..1..1 or 67. .4 .2 1/2 to reduce it to Sterling Cr. 1756 A legacy left by THOMAS COLVILL to HENRY A BENNETT a younger son of Earl Tankerville which the said Thomas directed to be struck off from his claim against J COLVILL. sundries paid by JOHN SEMPLE to MRS COLVILL one of the Executors of T. Colvill in part of the purchase money of the Maryland Tract, two tons of Barr iron paid JOHN WEST another Executor upon the same account, cash of John Semple by the hands of T Colvin in part of BRENTs Protested Bill, cash paid by Jno Semple to G. WASHINGTON to take up DALTONs Protested Bills Fairfax County Sct By virtue of an order of the Fairfax Court for that purpose we have examined and compared the above account with the vouchers, and find the same truly stated and George Washington the Surviving Executor of Thomas Colvill made oath that he had truly paid the several sums by him charged and given due credit for the several sums of money which had come to his hands on account of the said Estate.
Given .. this 16th September 1793
John Fitzgerald
At Court continued and held for County Wm Herbert
of Fairfax 17th September 1793 This Estate Account of John Colvill deceased was presented
in Court and the same having been examined is allowed and ordered to be recorded
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Prince George's County Circuit Court
Land Surveys and Condominium Plats

Description Date Reference Direct Scans Microfilm Scans Accession Number

Colvill, Capt. John; Merry Land, 5000 Acres 1731 Patented Certificate 1447 2 0 MSA S 1203-36

Merry Land, Captain John Colvill, Acres 5000 1731/11/05 Patented Certificate 1447 4 0 MSA S 1203-1530
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Colvill, Capt. John; Merry Land, 6300 Acres See 1733 Patented Certificate 1446 4 0 MSA S 1203-35

Merry Lands, Captain John Colvill, Acres 6300, 1733/11/16 Patented Certificate 1446 5 0 MSA S 1203-1529
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Northern Neck Warrants and Surveys Vol IV, Fairfax Co. Va {Peggy Joyner}
EARL OF TANKERVILLE, no wart, but issued in name of John Patterson, survd 17 Oct. 1764; 47+ a. including several marshes & pocosons; a wart for John Patterson (objected to by Colo Thomas Colvill as fraudulently obtained but at request of sd Colville as well as sd Patterson I have survd as directed by wart); on s side Gt Hunting Creek; adj. Matthews (now ThoS Colvill' s). CC - Archibald Mcmaning & ThoS Griffeth. Surv. John Hough.
28 Nov. or Dec. (?) 1764 - "Clish Fairfax co" - Letter(s) from Thomas Colvill to office of Proprietor - Some time Since John Roughs Son camehere to Survey a piece of Land & Marsh joyning to this tract of my Brothers on which I live, but after my decease left to Lord Tankerville. The wart was in the Sole name of John Patterson, without the least mention of his Lord or me who am the present Possessour. As it is Marsh & Land overflowed at high Tides,.· I ought to have had Notice; But this would not have Servd Pattersons turn, whose Intention was to obtain a Deed by Surprize: I intended to have Enterd the Land & Marsh as Soon as I was informd it was not Included within my Lines & applyd to John West, junr to have Enterd for me, who I find has neglected it. I must Own that I was exceedingly Surprizd (when I Saw the wart) at Pattersons Infidelity to his Employer. The tract adjoining this land contains 400 a. on which the Plantation is Settled & is so circumstanced it would not Subsist being cut off from the Creek so that if Patterson had got the Deed, he needed not have Valued his Lord, for whoever has the Marshes can force the Owner to buy or Sell on his own Terms. I wrote you before you went to WffiSburg by Doctr Green & now repeat lest it may have Slipt Your memory. I request Deed be made out in my Name to hold during my Life, with a remainder to Charles Earle of Tankerville, which is agreeable to my Bros will. P.S. 21 ffeb. 176 5 - Since I wrote the within, the weather Set in So Cold that I could hear of no Body til now going your way. You will please to take Notice, a Deed to Ld Tankerville alone will not Suit me, for his Agent may pretend a Deed may be ? to my present Right, & so maliciously set some Rascal Upon it to give-me Disturbance ..• 25 ffeb. 1765 - I understand it is not usual to make Deeds in names. of two Persons ••. ! did not consider that the Lady Dowager (Ld Tankerville's Mother) and her Sister Allan of Holland, being the nearest Relatives I have, as Daughters to my Uncle, are consequently my next heirs at Law. Deed should issue in my name & fall to his Lordship at my Decease as heir to his Mother. I must have it made Sure, as not caring to Subject myself to the Will of the great Man or his Agent, but be absolutely out of their Power... (Signed) Tho. Colvill. 
Colville, Thomas (I75310)
 
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Francis Hayden 27.13 A SM £70.16.3 £81.12.8 Apr 4 1749
Sureties: Thomas Thompson, James Thompson, Jr.
Received from: James Howard.
Payments to: John Eden, Capt. Robert Chesley, Capt. Gilbert Ireland, George Thompson, James Thompson, Jr., James Thompson, John Booker, James Hayden, Richard Cooper, William Hayden.
Distribution to: accountant (1/3). Residue to (orphans): George Hayden (aged 11), James Hayden (aged 3), Ann Hayden (aged 13), Elisabeth Hayden (aged 8). Administratrix: Elisabeth Thompson, wife of Sebaston Thompson.
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Will of Elizabeth Hayden, SMC 10/30/1760-3/4/1761.
To: Heirs of son Francis, 1 shilling sterling.
Children: James, John, Richard, and Susanna Drury, same.
Grandson: William Drury, cattle. Son: Clement, land where Sebastian Thompson now lives, it being pt. of "Roache's Discovery with Addition", 100 ac. on the condition that he will pay to grandson, George Hayden 4700 lbs. tobacco and likewise 3000 lbs. tobacco to grandson, James
Hayden, brother to sd. George Hayden, being sons of Francis Hayden.
Grandsons: William and Basil Hayden, sons to George Hayden, at that pt. of land whereon William Morgan now lives, known by the name of "Shank's Risque", 102 ac. to be equally divided between them.
To: Joseph Clarke, son of James Clarke, all that land where Richard Hayden formerly lived, it being pt. of "Roache's Discovery with Addition" and "Hayden's Risque", 62 ac. provided Joseph Clarke will pay to son Clement Hayden, 662 1/2 lbs. tobacco.
Son: Clement, remainder of estate.
Exec: Son, Clement Hayden.
Wit: Robert Cole, William Morgan, Stephen Davis.
other CC Hayden records
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Charles County Maryland Will Book AF-11, 1791-1801, {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 575.
Gustavus Cartwright, Will, June 27, 1795; April 26, 1800
I, Gustavus Cartwright of CC being very weak of body but perfect in mind and memory
To wife Susanna Cartwright, all my real estate together with all household furniture, negroes, Charles and Dinah, during her natural life and at her decease to return to my son William Cartwright. I also leave and bequeath all my stock, plantation untensils, one hogshead tobacco in the hands of Thomas Simpson, together with my crop on had, and negroes Jacob and Eve, for the use and support of my wife and daughters, and after her death to return to my son William Cartwright.
To son Samuel Cartwright, five shillings.
To son Gustavus Cartwright, five shillings.
To son John Cartwright, five shillings.
To son Peter Cartwright, five shillings.
To daughter Lydia Cartwright, negroes, Bob and Eve.
To daughter Ann Cartwright, negores, Harry and Gin.
To daughter Francis Cartwright, negros Terry and child.
To son Willim Cartwright, negroes, Adam, Luke and lewis for his support schooling and it is my will that one of his brothers shall take him under their care.
Executor: x
Signed: June 27, 1795 Gustavus Cartwright
Wit: Ninian Burrage, James Hayden 
Hayden, James (I63849)
 
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Francis Tolson 12.212 A PG £34.7.2 Feb 26 1733
Received from: William Chunlis, Thomas Wallace, Samuel Wright, William Dent, John Frazer, James Kendall, John Lowe, John Beale, Jr., Thomas Cawood, Robert Cloyd, Joseph Newton, Samuel Taylor, Francis Wheeler, Sr., Clement Wheeler, Lewis Willcoxon, Francis Wheeler, Jr., Charles Digges, Henry Dickason, John Brawner, John Jones, Robert Wade, Sr., George Alder, Anthony Arvin, Francis Hudson, Robert Midleton, Nehemiah Ogdon, Peter Shinback, Richard Tubman, Thomas Thompson, Henry Barnes, Sr., Alexander Frazer (lawer), Robert Wharton on account of Elisabeth Galemore, William Huntsman, Robert Wharton, Walter Williams, William Stoddart, Lewis Willcoxon, Zephaniah Wade, Benjamin Talbut, Thomas Locker on account of John Evans, Thomas Jackson.
Payments to: John Locker, Charles Calvert, Esq., Peter Dent due to Thomas Brooke, Ann Tolson (widow, 1/3).
Legatees: John Tolson paid to his mother Ann Tolson.
Heirs: none by administratrix.
Administratrix (de bonis non): Francis Stonestreet, wife of Butler Stonestreet.
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Piles, John, planter, Prince George's County, 19th Apr., 1735; 27th May, 1735,
To wife Mary, extx.,, personalty during life; at her decease to be divided among all child. that shall survive her.
To son Hunter and hrs., 160 A. of "Hunter's Field," residue to be equally divided among the other three, Mary, William and John, and their hrs.
To sons Richard and Francis and their hrs., "'Hunters Folley," equally divided between them. Should either die during minority the estate to be equally divided.
To dau. Sarah and to unborn child and their hrs., "Lamesly," divided equally; wife to have use of sd. tract during life.
Test: William Moore, Francis Hudson, William Harrison. MCW 21. 363.
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Mary Piles (widow) 19.522 A PG £75.5.7 259.11.10 Oct 21 1743
Payments to: Dr. James Boswell, Thomas Marshall, John Heburn, Francis Hudson, MM Ignatius & Nicholas Digges due to Lord Baltimore, Mordecai Coleman (executor of his father (unnamed)), Daniel Dulany, Esq., Mr. Peter Dent.
Mentions: children (unnamed).
Administrator: Leonard Piles.
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Henry Jones 20.60 A PG £130.11.6 £38.16.5 Nov 17 1743
Payments to: Mr. Richard Williams, Robert Barrick, Thomas Marshall, Francis Hudson.
Administratrix: Ann Norton, wife of Mr. Alexander Norton.
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Mr. John Magruder 33.228 A PG £1073.4.9 £30.16.0 Dec 13 1752
A second inventory is cited in the amount of £1.2.1.
Received from: Ninian Townhill, Jr., Mary Wiggfeeld, Elisabeth Condle, William Addison, Michael Coats, William Tonley, Thomas Taylor, Phillip Tonley, Thomas Willcoxen, Jr., Francis Jenkins, John Hagathy, Ignatious Hardey, Thomas Harvey, John Soper, Jr., Phillip Mason, Richard Mason, Richard Surges, James Bonefant, John Riggs, David Williams, William Jenkins, Lidey Sumers, James Conner, Benjamin Brooke, Henry Willson, John Lewcus, Sarah Harwell, Nathanil Magruder (son of Nicholas Magruder), Thomas Taylor p.Luxon (?), William Magruder, Richard King, Robert Boyde, Capt. Samuel Magruder, Robert Ridgway, Abram Jones, John Lowe, Sr., heirs (unnamed) of John Osbourn, Sr., Mauris Miles, Sussanna Prentice, John Pearce, Sr., Joseph Cole, James Wardrope, Jonathon Ridgway, Ann Newton, William Lowe, Sr., George Willson, James Magruder, Peter Parker, John Ridgway, Thomas Talbott, Samuel Smith, Georges Lowe, John Thompson, John Ball, John Lowe 3rd, Margerett Beach, Thomas Charter, Thomas Lock, Sr., Richard Ball, James Surges, John Lowe, Jr., Robert Dewit, Phillip Sr. (no surname given), Benedict Calvert, Esq., James Wallace, William Jones, Lowe (no other name given), John Soper, Sr., James Hyde, Samuel Mason, George Dawson, Meredith Davis, Peter More, Prissila Bonfield, Robert Soper, James Townhill, Ignatious Diggs, Thomas Diggs, John Phillips, John Ozbourn, Jr., widow Talbot, Benjamin Bery, Sr., Stephen Lanum, Ezekiel Gauslin, Joseph Ray, Mauris Morris, Garut Fitsjarrel, John Contee, John James, George Frazer, Thomas James, Jr., Alexander Jefferys, Merean Duvall, Jr., Thomas James, Sr., Josiah Marshwell, Daniel Thomas, Dorythy Lucas, James Sinkler, John Goodman, Thomas Walker, William Thomas, Francis Hudson, William Murdock on account of Philpot (no other name given), Burgos Mitchel, John Buchanan (merchant in London), Thomas Lynch, Nathaniel Offutt, Christopher Hytch, Lackland Duff, Thomas Willoxen, Joseph. Johnson, William Harvey, Edward Diggs, Robert Robinson, Ninian Willet, Sr., John Risten, William Osburn, John Duckit, William Diggs, Jr., William Lowe, Jr., Thomas Case, Isabel Henry, Daniel Hurley, Edward Burch, John Hepburn, Esq., James Gibson, Joseph Wheat, Stephen Warman, Merean Duvall, Sr., Francis Piles, Edmond Riggs, John Ryon, William Eaglin, John Walker, Francis Wheat, Thomas Kindrick, Sr., executrix of Miles (no other name given), executrix of Dunkin Ferguson, Benjamin Duvall, eye Leach, John Magruder, Jr., executrix of William Scott, executrix of Osbourn Sprigg, John Perry, Jr., Nehemiah Wade, Eleanor Adison, Robert Ridle, Thomas Maurice, John Dawson, Robert Hardey, John Lawrence, Capt. John Addison on account of Thomas Addison.
Payments to: Richard Dorsey, Dr. Ephraim Andrews, Dr. Richard Brooks, D. Dulany, Esq., Mary Coumphin, Benjamin Berry, Margrett Hilleary, executrix of Osbourn Sprigg, Daniel Dulany, Esq.
Executor: Nathaniel Magruder.
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Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 516
Enrolled at request of Francis Hudson' 5 Aug 1732:
Indenture, 23 Mar 1732; Between Jno. Piles, planter, and Francis Hudson, planter; for £7; part of a parcel called Lamsley in a fork of Tinker's Branch of the Potomac; containing 50 acres held of Calverton Manor; /s/ John Piles; wit. Thomas Gantt; Jere. Belt; ack. John Piles and Mary his wife 
Hudson, Francis (I48151)
 
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GARTRELL, STEPHEN, Anne Arundel Co. 12 Sep, 1766; -- --- ----
Wife: Sarah.
Children: Mary Holland, Darius Pigmon, Rachel, Anne and Sarah.
Cousins: Aaron Garbrell and Stephen Deaver.
Grandchildren: Stephen Holland.
Tracts: 'Luke's Lot Resurveyed, ' adjoining "Bradley's Choice," Gittings Hah Hah," 'Little Worth' and Beggar's Purchase.
Ex: None
Wit: Henry Luke, Ephraim Davis, Francis Gartrell. 34. 432
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John Galbrill 11.615 AA £43.1.10 Feb 9 1725 Jul 19 1726
Appraisers: Francis Day, Edward Penn.
Creditors: John Welsh, Samuell Peele.
Next of kin: Francis Gartrill, Stephen Gartrell.
Administrator: Thomas Whitehead.
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GARTRELL, JOHN, Frederick Co. 11 May, 1761
To wife Rachel; if she remarries, desire everything I have to be equally divided between wife and children;
sons Francis, Joseph and John Gastrell, all to be of age at 18.
Father, Francis Gartrell.
Wit: John Homes, Samuel Israel Godman, Wm. Gartrell. 31. 370
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1748-1752 Frederick County MD Land Records {Patricia Abelard Andersen}
pg. 477-479. Francis Gatrell recorded supersedeas, 19 Nov. 1751. [actually recorded a deed]. Indenture made same date between William Gray of FC, planter, and Frances Gartrell of AAC, planter; for 23 pS GB, sells a tract ofland called "Gray's Lot," in FC, by the side ofa small branch that runs into Snowdens River, between that and Hawlings River, M&B given, for 50 acres; signed William Gray, before Reverdy Ghiselin, ack. and Catherine wife of William Gray released dower, before John Darnall. Receipt. AF paid.
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1761-1763 Frederick County MD Land Records {Patricia Abelard Andersen}
205-206. Francis Gartrill recorded 17 Nov. 1762, made 17 Nov. 1762 between Mathias Gray ofFC, for 40
pcm MD sells Grays Delight M&B given for 50 acres. Signed Mathias Gray before Jos Wood, David Lynn. Receipt. Ack. AF & duty paid.
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1763-1765 Frederick County MD Land Records
1110-1112. Francis Gartrel recorded I April 1765, made II March between Thomas Snowden, Samuel
Snowden ofPGC and John Snowden ofAAC, iron masters; for part ofAddition to Brooke Grove granted
James Brooke, for £50 sterling, beginning at the beginning tree of Grey's Lot, M&B given for 204 acres.
Signed by Thos Snowden, Samuel Snowden, John Snowden before H. Ridgely, John Burgess Junr. Receipt.
Ack. AF paid. 
Gartrell, Francis (I75435)
 
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George Abbot 8.303 I CA £138.8.2 Aug 14 1685
The inventory also included #21096.
Appraisers: Samuell Holdsworth, John Mannyng.
List of debts: Alexander Frayser, Nathan Parsbill, Anthony Maurlay, George Bother.

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Prince George's Land Records 1726-1730 - Liber M, Page 53
Enrolled at request of Alexander Frazier 9 Aug 1726:
Indenture, 27 Jul 1726; Between Martha West, seamstress, and Alexander Frazier; for £11; a tract called West's Choice; bounded by William Low; /s/ Martha West (mark); wit. Jere Belt, John Magruder
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Prince George's Land Records 1726-1730 - Liber M, Page 524
Enrolled at request of Alexander Frazer 22 Nov 1729:
Indenture, 22 Nov 1729; Between John Deane, innholder, and Alexander Frazer, Gent; for 1,600# tobacco; southernmost half of lot 52 in Marlborough Town; mentions Mareen Duvall; /s/ John Deane; wit. John Magruder, Edw. Sprigg, Basl. Beckwith; 22 Nov 1729 ack- by John Deane
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Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 442
Enrolled at request of Alexander Frazer 10 Jun 1732:
Provincial Court of April 1732; The Lord Propry. vs Alexander Frazer; On indictment for fornication transmitted from Prince George's County Court by virtue of His Lordship's writ of Certiorari to this Court I certify that on motion of the Atty. General it was this Court ordered that Nolli Prosequi should be entered thereon; /s/ Vachel Denton, Clk. Prov. Ct.

Provincial Court of April 1732; The Lord Propry. vs Sarah Wille; On indictment for fornication transmitted from Prince George's County Court by virtue of His Lordship's writ of Certiorari to this Court I certify that on motion of the Atty. General it was this Court ordered that Nolli Prosequi should be entered thereon; /s/ Vachel Denton, Clk. Prov. Ct.
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William Culver 20.134 A CH £172.1.0 £14.1.7 Feb 27 1743
Sureties; Thomas Mudd, Sr. (of Charles County), Ignatius Garner (of Prince George's County).
Received from: Richard Clements, Alexander Frazer, Charles Neale, Thomas Hayes, Freeman Haggit, Robert Hardie, Thomas King.
Payments to: John Tolson, James Bosswell, Dr. Farnham, James Willson, Daniel Dulany, Esq., Walter Hanson, Bazil Bevan.
Executrix: Mary Smith, wife of Thomas Smith.
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Daniel Frazer 31.346 CA £65,10.0 May 2 1745 Oct 26 1745
Appraisers: William Dawkins, Richard Hellen.
Creditors: William Dawkins Jr., James Mackall.
Next of kin: D. Fraizer, Alexander Fraizer.
Executor: James Fraizer. 
Frazer, Alexander (I97224)
 
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Hall, Robert, gent., Prince George's County, 4th Dec., 1719; 17th Dec., 1719.
To wife Elizabeth, 1/3 estate.
To Benjamin Allen, £30.
To Josiah Wilson, personalty.
To serv 't Richard Chubbard, his freedom and personalty.
James Haddock and Weldon Jefferson exs. and residuary legatees.
Test: Anne Read, Mary Head, Bigger Head. 15. 263.
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Elisabeth Hall 25.453 CA £37.10.1 Jan 22 1740 Apr 4 1741
Appraisers: C. Clagett, John Johnson, Jr.
Mentions: Ellis Dixon, Benjamin Sedwick.
Administrator: William Sharplis.
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Elisabeth Hall 19.252 A CA £37.18.1 £14.4.5 Nov 29 1742
Payments to: Benjamin Sedwick, Elisabeth Hamilton, Ellis Dixson, Elisabeth Dixson, John Rigbie, Rose Wilkinson, Benjamin Dixson.
Mentions: Sarah Hall (daughter, now dead), Gabril Parker, Daniel Dulany.
Administrator: William Sharplis. 
Hall, Sarah (I94401)
 
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Henry Howell 18.200 A SM £73.7.1 £17.2.11 May 19 1740
Sureties: James Hager, Robert Hager.
Received from: James Hager, James Lee.
Payments to: George Craghill, Col. Hopewell, Robert Hager.
Executors: James Daniel (also James Daniell) and his wife Elisabeth Daniel, Henry Howell 
Howell, Henry (I96231)
 
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Henry Howell 18.200 A SM £73.7.1 £17.2.11 May 19 1740
Sureties: James Hager, Robert Hager.
Received from: James Hager, James Lee.
Payments to: George Craghill, Col. Hopewell, Robert Hager.
Executors: James Daniel (also James Daniell) and his wife Elisabeth Daniel, Henry Howell 
Howell, Elizabeth MNU (I96232)
 
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Henry Howell 18.200 A SM £73.7.1 £17.2.11 May 19 1740
Sureties: James Hager, Robert Hager.
Received from: James Hager, James Lee.
Payments to: George Craghill, Col. Hopewell, Robert Hager.
Executors: James Daniel (also James Daniell) and his wife Elisabeth Daniel, Henry Howell 
Daniel, James (I96233)
 
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http://crossfamilyancestry.org/dimmittsectionI.pdf

Father: John Judgwyn: He was born in 1623 in Penarth, Glamorgan, Wales. He died in the West River
Hundred of Anne Arundel County, Maryland.

They had two known children: (1) Clara and (2) John (he married Elizabeth Thomas) In his will, John Judgwyn named Edward Parrish as his son-in-law. {mm note - could not verify this statement} 
Jadwin, Clara (I77668)
 
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http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=224&last=&g_p=P7&collec tion=LO Patent
Title Ball, William.
Publication 22 December 1682.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
Note Location: Rappahannock County (extinct).
Grantee(s): Ball, William and Price, John.
Description: 350 acres adjoining the land of Thomas Edmondson, Williamson and Hudson, decd. .
Source: Land Office Patents No. 7, 1679-1689 (v.1 & 2 p.1-719), p. 224 (Reel 7).

http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=287&last=&g_p=P7&collec tion=LO Patent
Title Price, John.
Publication 16 April 1683.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
Note Location: Rappahannock County (extinct).
Grantee(s): Price, John and Ball, William.
Description: 1000 acres towards the head of Piscataway Creek beginning at Thomas Harpers corner gum by a small island by the main branch.
Source: Land Office Patents No. 7, 1679-1689 (v.1 & 2 p.1-719), p. 287 (Reel 7).

http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=406&last=&g_p=P7&collec tion=LO Patent
Title Ball, William.
Publication 20 October 1684.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
Note Location: Rappahannock County (extinct).
Grantee(s): Goodrick, Joseph; Ball, William and Price, John.
Description: 629 acres.
Source: Land Office Patents No. 7, 1679-1689 (v.1 & 2 p.1-719), p. 406 (Reel 7).

http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=410&last=&g_p=P7&collec tion=LO Patent
Title Ball, William.
Publication 21 October 1684.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
Note Location: Rappahannock County (extinct).
Grantee(s): Ball, William and Price, John.
Description: 290 acres adjoining the land of Francis Brown and Thomas Harper to Nimcock Indian Road. .
Source: Land Office Patents No. 7, 1679-1689 (v.1 & 2 p.1-719), p. 410 (Reel 7).
Part of the index to the recorded

URL (Click on link) http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=406&last=&g_p=P7&collec tion=LO Patent
Title Price, John.
Publication 20 October 1684.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
Note Location: Rappahannock County (extinct).
Grantee(s): Goodrich, Joseph; Ball, William; and Price, John.
Description: 629 acres.
Source: Land Office Patents No. 7, 1679-1689 (v.1 & 2 p.1-719), p. 406 (Reel 7).

http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=410&last=&g_p=P7&collec tion=LO Patent
Title Price, John.
Publication 21 October 1684.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
Note Location: Rappahannock County (extinct).
Grantee(s): Ball, William and Price, John.
Description: 290 acres.
Source: Land Office Patents No. 7, 1679-1689 (v.1 & 2 p.1-719), p. 410 (Reel 7).

http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=207&last=&g_p=P8&collec tion=LO Patent
Title Clerke, John.
Publication 20 October 1691.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
Note Location: King and Queen County.
Description: 104 acres on the north side of Mattapony River in the forest, adjoining to a tract of land granted unto Jos. Goodrich, Wm. Ball, and John Price.
Source: Land Office Patents No. 8, 1689-1695, p. 207 (Reel 8). 
Price, John {addl records} (I128934)
 
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http://vagenweb.org/tylers_bios/vol3-23.htm

[Page 241]
Williams, Charles Urquhart, born at Montrose, Henrico county, Virginia, December 27, 1840, son of Charles Bruce Williams, editor and farmer, and Ann Mercer Hackley, his wife; and a descendant of pioneer settlers of Virginia, among whom we find: Philip Pendleton, of Caroline county; William Williams; Edward Duncanson and James Hackley, of Culpeper county; and James Bruce and George Stubblefield, of King George county. Charles Urquhart Williams attended private schools in Richmond and Culpeper county, after which his education was finished by attendance for one year at the school conducted by David Turner. He read law at the University of Virginia, but he was interrupted by the outbreak of the civil war, when he at once enlisted in the Confederate army, and served as a private in the Richmond Howitzers, and later became lieutenant and drill master. When the army departed from Richmond, Mr. Williams went with Brig.-Gen. D. R. Jones, as volunteer aide-de-camp, and subsequently became assistant adjutant and inspector-general. When Gen. Jones died in July, 1863, Lieut. Williams was assigned to the staff of Gen. M. D. Corse until the close of the war, first as aide-de-camp, then as assistant-adjutant and inspector-general. He was admitted to the Richmond bar in October, 1865, and practiced his profession steadily after that time. He was a Democratic member of the Virginia legislature, 1875-77; and served in both branches of the Richmond city council. He was president of the Westmoreland Club and of the Sons of the American Revolution; commander of R. E. Lee Camp, No. 1. Confederate Veterans, and a member of the Society of Foreign wars and of the Delta Psi fraternity. Mr. Williams married, August 27, 1867, Alice Davenport. He died in 1910. 
Williams, Charles Bruce (I94814)
 
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http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jandnmom&id=I00282

On 15 November 1694, Thomas Owsley obtained two patents of land in Stafford County. The larger tract of 1000 acres was fronted on its southern point by Pohick Bay. The smaller 150 acre tract adjoined the larger at the northeast corner. He secured a grant of 600 acres on 17 November 1696 and another on 24 March 1697. This latter tract, comprising 640 acres, was situated some distance from his other holdings, but was undoubtedly prime land being located on the shore of the Potomac River in northeast Stafford County (Northern Neck Patents, II, Page 58, 60, and Northern Neck Grants, II, Page 260, 267).

Major Thomas Owsley died 10 October 1700 in Stafford County, Virginia and was buried there on his plantation, now located on the Fort Belvoir Military Reservation, in Fairfax County. The exact date of his death is known from a survey map of 1748 in the case of French Mason vs. Daniel McCarty, 25 March 1748, on which is noted his grave and the comment "Owsly buryd there, as by a tomb stone, he dyed October ye 10th 1700." The survey was redrawn and published in Mitchell's Beginning at a White Oak (op. cit.), Page 64.

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James Hughes 2005-12-21 13:42:18
Brenda H. Reed's Updated Kith & Kin of VA, NC, TN, SC & Beyond

"An important document in establishing the offspring of Major Thomas Owsley is a deed of partition dated 29 March 1741 in the records of Prince William County. It reveals that on 24 March 1697/8 William Harris composed his will leaving all of his land in Stafford County to his granddaughters, Jane and Anne Owsley, to be equally divided between them. If they had no heirs, the land should go to Mary Owsley, and if she had no heirs, it should go to the testator's grandson Thomas Owsley. The deed of partition goes on to relat that Jane married James Gregg and Anne married Isaac Kent and that their heirs in 1741 were Matthew Gregg of Stafford County and Isaac Kent of Prince William County (Prince William Co. Deeds, E: 305-309)."
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1689-1693 Stafford County, Virginia Deed & Will Book, Part 2 [Antient Press];
p.249a KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that wee RICHARD & ELIZABETH WILLIAMS of Countie of Stafford in consideration of said ELIZA, WILLIAMS passage from England furthermore for ye charitable consideration of ye maintenance of our Son EDWARD POWELL we doe binde our said Son EDWARD POWELL to live & remaine wth said THOMAS OWSLEY or his assigne from ye day of ye date hereof dureinge ye terme of four yeares & dureinge that time as an Apprentice bee shall truely behave himselfe: his masters service shall keepe his lawful' commands shall doe not absence himselfe day or night said THOMAS OWSLEY for himselfe doth promise to provide sufficient meat drinke washing & lodginge & accommodation fittinge an apprentice In Wittness whereof have sett their handes & Seales this Twenty third day of Aprill 1692
Presence of ROBERT ALEXANDER, RICHARD WILLIAMS
ROBERT WILLIAMS ELIZABETH WILLIAMS
THOM: OWSLEY EDWARD POWELL
The above Indenture acknowledged by RICHARD WILLIAMS & ELIZABETH his Wife and THOMAS OWSLEY each to the other in Court on ye 11th day of May 1692 and was then recorded
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1699-1709 Stafford County, Virginia Deed & Will Book; [Antient Press]; Page 44-45
Know all men .. I THOMAS OWSLEY of Stafford County do freely give unto my daughter SARAH OWSLEY half of the dividend of land upon Powhick and Acquatinke down the Rigg and she to have that part that lies upon the Pohicke .. this third day September 1700.
Witness: W. x Dining, Tho. Owsley
Richd. Cooper, Leo: Tarent 
Owsley, Thomas (I21853)
 
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http://www.combs-families.org/combs/hammett/h-wm1.htm

(Culpeper DBD:629) s/6 May 1765, r/16 May 1765, William HAMMETT of Culpeper Co ... to Sarah CANNON, my daughter and wife of John CANNON ... 102-1/2 A ... /s/ William HAMMETT. Wit: John FORGESON, John HAMMETT, Henry COURTES. (Hammett Families)

Note: The Primary Resource for this report is Hammett Families, Descendants of John Hammett, Sr. (ca. 1735 - 1822) and Sarah (Underwood) Hammett (ca 1740-1820), Named In Contemporary Family Letters And in Public and Family Records, Compiled by W. Thomas Edwards and Miss Delphine Miller, 1010 Mtn. Crk. Trl., NW, Atlanta, GA 30328. Printed USA, Industrial Printing Service, Inc., Rte 1 Arbor Hill Rd, Canton, GA 30114, hereinafter Hammett Families… (Permission to reproduce the letters should be secured from Mrs. Phyllis Hammett Ballou, 1710 Dover Street, Murfreesboro, TN 37130), ©1978, W. Thomas Edwards and Delphine Miller, Permission to reproduce, in all or in part, must be secured from W. Thomas Edwards.)
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1762-1765 Culpeper County, Virginia Deed Book D; [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 629-30.
16 May 1765. William Hammett of Culpeper County to Sarah Cannon my daughter, wife of John Cannon of same. For love, good will and affection. 102-1/2 acres in the Little fork of Rappahannock River on the east side of a branch called Henry's Branch according to a survey made by Jas. Wright ... on the east side of Henry's Rranch binding with Thorns. Underwood's line ... by the side of a branch ... in the line of Detherage by a branch of Indian Run ... with Willises line
Wm. Hammett
Wit: John Forrison, John Hammett, Henry Courtis.
16 May 1765. Acknowledged by William.
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1783-1785 Culpeper County, Virginia Deed Book M; [Antient Press]; Page 135-139
THIS INDENTURE made the Twenty fourth day of February in year of our Lord One thousand seven hundred and Eighty four Between JOHN CANNON and SARAH his Wife of County of Culpeper and Commonwealth of Virginia of one part & DANIEL CLARK of the same County and Commonwealth of other part Witnesseth that JOHN CANNON & SARAH his Wife in consideration of sum of Sixty five pounds current money of Virginia to them in hand paid by these presents do bargain and sell unto DANIEL CLARK his heirs a certain tract of land lying in County aforesaid in the Little Fork of RAPPHANNOCK RIVER on the East side of a Branch called HENRY'S BRANCH containing One hundred and two acres and a half (the said JOHN CANNON hold the same by Virtue of a Deed of Gift from WILLIAM HAMMET SENR deced) And is part of a greater tract and bounded Begining at a parcel of Pines on the East side of HENRY'S BRANCH and runing thence binding on THOS. UNDERWOODs line One hundred and thirty five poles to a Poplar by side of Branch in DETHERAGE's Line, thence Sixteen poles to two red Oaks near a Branch, thence South thirty five degrees East One hundred and two poles to two white Oaks in the line of said DETHERAGE by a Branch of INDIAN RUN, thence binding with WILLIS's line North seventy nine degrees West to said HENRY's BRANCH, thence runing up the Branch the several Courses thereof to the Begining containing One hundred and two and a half acres be the same more or less Together with all houses, profits &Emoluments whatsoever to the same belonging To have and to hold the said One hundred and two and a half acres of land and all appurtenances unto DANIEL CLARK his heirs and JOHN CANNON and SARAH his Wife will warrant and forever defend by these presents against any person 'whatsoever In Witness whereof the parties to these presents have Interchangeably set their hands & Seals the day & year first above written
in presence of us WM. FARGASON, JOHN CANNON
JOHN. H. FARGASON, JOHN WIGGINTON SARAH CANNON
WM. McCLANAHAN
The Commonwealth of Virginia to JAMES PENDLETON, WILLIAM McCLANAHAN & JOHN WIGGINTON Gentlemen Greeting (The Commission for the private Examination of SARAH, Wife of JOHN CANNON, dated at the Courthouse the Fourth day of February 1784 and in the 8 year of the Commonwealth) (The return of the private Examination of SARAH CANNON dated the 24th day of February 1784 and signed by WM. McCLANAHAN and JOHN WIGGINTON)
At a Court held for Culpeper County the 19th day of April 1784
This Indenture was proved by the Oaths of WILLIAM FARGUSON, JOHN WIGGINTON & WILLIAM McCLANAHAN Witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded, with Commission thereto annexed and Certificate thereon 
Cannon, John (I50101)
 
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http://www.usgwcensus.org/cenfiles/ga/morgan/1820/pg116.txt
Studdart James 17 40 138/139 pg116.txt Captain Knight's District
17 | James Studdart | 4 1 0 0 1 0
between 26-45

http://www.usgwcensus.org/cenfiles/ga/morgan/1820/pg086.txt
Swift Lucy 7 16 88/89 pg086.txt Capt. Campbell's District
7 | Lucy Swift | 0 1 0 1 0 0 | 0 0 2 0 1
over 45yrs old widow

http://www.usgwcensus.org/cenfiles/ga/morgan/1820/pg086.txt
Swift Thomas 8 26 108/109 pg086.txt Capt. Tolbert's District

8 | Thomas Swift | 2 1 0 1 1 0 | 3 0 0 1 0
thomas & wife bet 26-45 
Swift, Thomas (I51831)
 
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Hugh Baker 8.313 I SM £7.9.7 Dec 1 1684
Appraisers: Gilbert Turbervile, Thomas Spink.
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Hugh Baker 9.7 A SM #3795 #4216 Feb 23 1685/6
Payments to: Mr. Frances Penington, Robert Smith.
Administratrix: Elisabeth Baker, wife of Robert Davis.
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Thomas Evans 6.181 1 SM #14389 May 9 1679
Appraisers: Jacob Looten (also Jacob Loosen ), Robert Cran.
Approvers: Anne Evans.
List of debts: John Wade, Hugh Baker, Phillip Jones, Henry Morgan, William Pitts, Thomas Smyth, Nathan Fisher, John Baylye, William Steevens, John Polleard, Phillip Lewen, Thomas Benton, Peter Carwarden, John Hepworth, Robert Glascome, William Watts, Francis Sourton, John Little, Michaell Cooper, Mrs. Jane Waghob, Thomas Bennett, Robert Crane, Daniell Smith, Jacob Looten, John Evans, William Greengee, Henry Phipps, John Wynne, Henry Lewis, Thomas Beatson, Daniell Venton, John Ditchfeild, Mr. Richard Loyd.
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Robert Ridgely (gentleman) 8.295 I SM £479.18.7 Dec 17 1682
The inventory also included #104818.
English Servants mentioned: Mary Hurding (girl), Elisabeth Price.
Appraisers: Garrett Vanswearingen, Samuell Crocker.
List of debts: Thomas Blund, Mrs. Mary Brooke, Mrs. Alice Hinton, Abraham Roahudes, Philip Willins, James Bowlayes & John Lewellin, Daniell Clocker, John Sax, William Guither, Hugh Baker, William Holms, Em. Ratlieffe, Anthony Evans, Henry Exon, Nicholas Painter, Thomas Collins, John Boone, Richard Bacocke, Thomas Vaughan, John Davis, James Derumple, John Edmondson, Mrs. Tilghman, Corney Crow, Jacob Lockerman, Stephen Gary, John Hudson, Maj. Taylor, John James, Michaell Miller, Edward English, George Oldfield & John Holland, Henry Johnson, Thomas Kerry, Henry Mitchell, James Mills, James Conaway, Col. Jenifer, James Persons, Col. Rozer, John Stevens, Cuthbert Scot, Thomas Bland, John Atkey, Col. William Chandler, Edward Pinder, John Ricketts, Thomas Jones, Edward Gibbs, Col. Diggs, Clement Hill, John Gray, Henry Phipps, Ambros Baley, John Larkin, Col. Colbourne, George Holland, Gerard Sley, Henry Baker, Susanna Keene, George Thompson, Dennis Swillivant, Leonard Greene, William Calvert, Esq., John Dent, Darby Duccavant, James Stavely, John Griggs, William Harper, Benjamin Nesham, John Addison, Robert Carvile, John Baker, Samuell Jefferson, the Publick, James Waffe, John Powsey, Charles Scarborough, James Lewis, John Wall, George Godfrey, David Jones, Richard Deavour, Jo. Sparnon, Thomas Deakins, William Price,' Allexander Pattison, Hanes Baslands, John Quigly, Edward Williams, Dr. Ireland, Arthur Wright, Mathias Wood, Thomas Philips, Edward Jones, Curtis Fletcher, richard Foomtaine, George Daie, Christopher Jacobson, Thomas Warner, Lodwick Williams, Giles Elizard, Alexander Younger, Thomas Gilbert, Henry Ward, George Charlesworth.
Mentions: Martha Ridgely.
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Daniell Clocker 8.223 I SM £99.5.3 Sep 15 1683
The inventory also included #62234.
Appraisers: Francis Catterson, James Cullen.
List of debts: John Thompson of Cecil County, James Greene, John Denison, Thomas Beale, Arthur Thompson, Thomas Dekens, William Colehouse, William Wells (C.C.), John Woodward, John Mevinton, Thomas Prichard, Thomas Jones, Thomas Doxey, John Sanner, Thomas Price of Cecil County, John Haley, William Foulan, Richard Whyby, Henry Malocks, Dr. Lockraman, Francis Leaf e, Thomas Banks, William Sympton, William Thomas, Richard Benton, Edmond Dennis, Seth Sergeant, Make Tode, Lewis Jones, Thomas Bensfourd, Hugh Baker, Jacob Johnson, Even Davis, William Blaneston, William Laytoed, Vymott Truey (77), Andrew Fouks of Accomac County, Nicholas Painter, Cousland Kife, Thomas Garret, John Cole, Humphrey Jones, Abraham Reedes, Joseph Wildblood, Walter Wolestone, John Evans (taylor), Charles Smith, Charles Edward, Obadiah Kuike, Michaell Rogers, Owen Guither, John Dowy, John Greene, Thomas Grunwink, Mr. George Buwler, Allen Ore, Thomas Nude, William Carrier, Thomas Wynne, John James of Cecil County, Daniell Carnell, John Hamilton of Charles County, Capt. James Neale, Henry Nowell, John Yeomons, Samuell Leo, Mathew Turner, John Craycroft, Mr. Turine, Walter Jeffery, John Blomfell, Robert Learge, Thomas Williams, Thomas Sloper, Ed. Cooke, William Cocks, William Levaly of Kent County, William Goldstone, Robert Mason, James Ellis, James Cullen, Thomas Batson, Capt. Henry Smith, Emanuell Ratclife, Emanuell Pichar, James Bigar, Thomas Brookes of Calvert County, Robert Devensheire, William Dent, Edward Horne, James Bourne, Rogert Meredy, Edmond Dwyer, Knelme Chiseldyne, Thomas Winder, William Michaell, Mr. John Lewellin, Francis Catterson, Solomon Ruttee, Mr. Jefferson, Elias Beach, John Smith, James Nuttwell, William Meredy, Owen Guyther, James Neale, Stephen Marty, Osius Wills, Thomas Stonestreete, Richard Edeleon, Thomas Tillit, John Stone, Henry Newell, John Sannar, George Newman, Thomas Keyting, Tracey Tymothy, William Rulance, Mr. Resick, Lewis Jones, Bryan Delay, Henry Exon, Mr. George Batelor, Richard Benton, Ed. Horne, Ed. Milard, William Price, Henry Lewis, William Bateman, Thomas Wynne, Gibbert Clark, John Martendale, Henry Mattocks, Arthur Ebey, George Hodgson, Thomas Husey, Capt. Randle Brandt, William Chesheire, Robert Tomson, Mathew Turnall, Thomas Williams, John Martindall, Thomas Guyther, James Regan, Elisabeth Green, Richard Edline, John Summer, Abraham Roers, William Michell, George Hodgson & William Roswell, William Twesdell, Walter Jeffery, Thomas Wynne, William Guyther, Edmond Dermote, William King, Charles Cooper, Henry Exon, Col. Chandler, Elias Nutwell, Symon Willmore, Edward Englis, Thomas Sympson, Madam Elisabeth Calvert, Michaell Millar.
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Daniell Clocker 10.232 A SM £99.5.3 Apr 17 1689
The amount of the inventory also included #62234,
Payments to: Hon, Col. William Diggs, Francis Catterton, Sollomon Jones, Walter Woolverston, Mr. John Darnall, Anthony Underwood, John Lewellin, Robert Cole, Ann Martin, Thomas Burford, Richard Gardiner, Thomas Grunwin, Thomas Courtney, Maj. Bourman, John Backer (dead), Charles Quigley, Thomas Spink, Henry Fox, James Re on, John Baker, John Addison, Thomas Hinson (administrator of John Hartwell), Phillip Lynes, William Rosewell, Henry Exton, Justinian Tennison, John Luellin, Andrew Abington, William Bevan, John Blomfeild.
List of debts: William Culverhouse (dead insolvent), Thomas Prickett (dead insolvent), Thomas Price of Cecil County (dead insolvent), Richard Whitby (gone to England), Seth Sergent (dead insolvent), Mark Good (no such person), Hugh Baker (dead insolvent), Jacob Johnson (runaway), Evan Davis (dead insolvent), Abraham Reed (dead insolvent), Joseph Wildblood (dead insolvent), Obediah King (runaway), Michaell Rogers (runaway), Thomas Window (dead insolvent), Mathew Turner (runaway), Eustatius Turine (dead insolvent), Walter Jefferys (dead insolvent), William Cocks (dead insolvent), Robert Davorshire (runaway), Thomas Window (runaway), Thomas Tillett (runaway), George Hodgson (dead insolvent), Thomas Wynn (dead insolvent), Elias Nutwell (runaway).
Administratrix: Patience Yore (relict), wife of James Yore.
 
Baker, Hugh (I90516)
 
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James Gow 33.308 A CH £169.9.11 Nov 18 1752
Sureties: Augustine Ward, Dennis Dowen.
Payments to: Lord Baltimore paid to Massey Leigh, John Hattley, Thomas Hungerford, Dan. Jenifer.
Distribution to: Anne Davis (accountant, at age), James Gow (aged 16).
Executors: Edward Millstead, Thomas Davis and his wife Anne Davis (late Anne Gow).

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MARTON [Martin], JAMES, Charles Co.

Wife Elizabeth, and her hrs. 15 Jun, 1763
Ext:x: Wife Elizabeth,
Wit: Thos. Davis, John Fagg, 31.981
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DAVIES, PRISCILLA, Charles Co. 14 Jan, 1748/9; 15 Feb 1755
To son Richard Davies, plantation whereon Millsted now possesses named "The Mountain," 100 a.
To dau Elizabeth Shacklet, clothing.
To Elizabeth Davies, one sugar box and all that Is contained therein.
To Priscilla Picon, clothing.
To son Thomas Davies, as much linen as make a shirt.
To Frances Butcher, horse and saddle.
To John Winkworth ?
To son Benjamin Daviess stock
To Mary Shacklet, gown.
To Patt. Shacklet, petticoat.
To Jennat Taylor, gown, and other clothing.
To son RIchd. Davies, ex., remainder of estate.
wit: John Gray, Henry Gray, Patrick McQuaid. 29. 304.

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Charles County Land Record Book S#3, 1770-1775; Page 598. Bill of Sale. I, Thomas Daviss of CC, planter, for 36 £, have sold to the Revd Mr. Thomas Thornton, a Negro woman called Easter. Signed May 26, 1774 - Thos Davies, Wit
Tuwnly Bruce. Recorded May 31, 1774.
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Charles County Land Records 1775-1782; Liber V#3; Page 30. Sep 9, 1778 from Thomas Davis, Shadrack Scarborough, and his wife, Mary Scarborough, William King and his wife, Sarah King, and Henneritta Davis, all of Edgecombe County, North Carolina, to Henry Speake of CC, for 250 £the following land in CC: a tract of land called Towerhill, lying on the east side of Potomack River, bounded by sd river side, containing and laid out for about 150 acres; and also 10 acres of that part of Godfrys Chase lying next to Tower Hill, to be laid off agreeable to the will of James Gow Sr, decd. We, Thomas Davis, Shadrack Scarborough, and his wife, Mary Scarborough, William King and his wife, Sarah King, and Henneritta Davis, for divers good causes, appoint Walter Clements, son of Joseph Clements, William Jenkins, or Thomas Craycroft, one or more of them, of CC, our true and lawful attorney or attorneys, to acknowledge this deed for us_ Signed - Thos Davis, Shadrack (X his mark) Scarborough, Mary (1 her mark) Scarborough, William (X his mark) King, Sarah (X her mark) King, Henneritta (X her mark) Davis. Wit - William Lee, James Covert, Peter Cartwright, William Calwell. Acknowledged by all 6 grantors and by Walter Clements son of Joseph before CC JPs Sam Hanson and Will Harrison. Recorded Oct 17, 1778.

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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Riverside: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 452-507: GODFREYS CHASE: 293 acres; Possession of - 293 Acres - Thomas, George: Originally called LIVERPOOLE Escheated by and re-surveyed for George Thomas, 27 Nov 1720, beginning at a bounded red oak standing in the line of TOWER HILL, patented 29 Sept 1745 to James Gow & William Brooke. Receipt for quit rent to Michaelmas 1746.: Other Tracts Mentioned: LIVERPOOLE; TOWER HILL; other notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, James Gow from James & Benjamin Thomas; 19 Dec 1744; patented to James Gow, 29 Sept 1745; Res RT#2-155.
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Riverside: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 347-33: TOWER HILL: 250 acres; Possession of - 250 Acres - Marloe, John: Surveyed 29 July 1670 for William Marloe at a bound black oak on the East side of Potomac river near a bound tree of Daniel Thomas land in Chingomuxon (Hundred): Other notes - 250 Acres - Daniel Browne (or Bourne) from Edward Marloe; 26 Nov 1731, 150 Acres - James Gowe (sp?) from Daniel Browne (or Bourne); 9 Aug 1737.
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Nanjemoy or Durham Parish: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 417-275: BELLMOUNT: 200 acres; Possession of - 200 Acres - McConchie, William: Surveyed for the Reverend "William "McConchie the 6th January 1732 and patented to him 9 June 1734, lying between the lands of Charles Musgrove & Thomas Davis & Edward Gray in Durham Parish beginning at a bounded Spanish oak.: Conveyance notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.},
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Nanjemoy or Durham Parish: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 417-274: BELLMOUNT, ADDITION: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - McConchie, William: Surveyed for the Reverend "William "McConchie the 10th January 1732 and patented to him 10 June 1734, lying in Charles County in Durham Parish adjoining to BELLMOUNT, beginning at a bound Spanish oak.: Other Tracts Mentioned: BELLMOUNT; Conveyance notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, ,, 
Davis, Thomas (I32698)
 
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James Hughes 2005-12-20 16:56:04
John Finley bonded to Justices in settlement of estate of William McPheeters, 16 March 1773, Augusta County WB V:63

KNOW all men by these Presents that we William McPheetters George Berry and John Findly are held and firmly bound unto Archibald Alexander Abraham Smith Elijah McClenachan Alexander Robertson and John Trogg Justices in the Commission of the Peace for Augusta County found in behalf of the Justices of the said County & their successors in the sum of one Thousand Pounds to be paid to the said Justices and their successors which Payment will and truly to be made we bind ourselves & each of us owe and every of our Heirs Executors and Administrators Jointly & severally firmly by these Presents sealed with our seals and dated this 16th day of March 1773.

THE CONDITION of this obligation is such that if the above bound William McPheeters Executor of the last will & testament of William McPheeters decd do make or Cause to be made a true and Perfect Inventory of all & Singular the goods Chattles and Credits of the said decd which have or shall come to the hands Possessions or knowledge of him the said William or into the hands or Possession of any other Person or Persons for him and the same so made do exhibit or cause to be Exhibited into the County Court of Augusta at such time as he shall be thereunto required by the said Court the same Goods Chattles and Credits & all other the Goods Chattles and Credits of the said deceased which at any time After shall come to the hands or Possession of any other Person or Persons for him do will & truely Administer According to Law and further do make a Just & true Account of his Actings and doings therein when thereto required by the said Court and also do will and truely Pay and deliver all legacies Contained and Specified in the said Testament as far as the said Goods Chattles and Credits will thereupon extend According to the Value thereof as the law shall Charge then this Obligation to be Void Otherwise to remain in full force & Virtue
Sealed and Delivered William McPheeters (seal)
In the Presence of George Berry (seal)
John Findley (seal)

At a Court held for Augusta Count March the 16th 1773 William McPheetters with George Berry and John Finley his securitys Acknowledged this their Bond and Ordered to be Recorded.

Test

Note: McPheeters names in his will dated 21 January 1773 (WB V:61-62):
Wife, Mary; children John, Martha, Jannett, Mary, William, Samuel.
Executor: William McPheeters, Jr.
Witnesses: John Moffatt, William Brownlee, Robert Purie(?)
C:\docs\virginia\/augjohn.txt 
Berry, George (I22568)
 
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James Kenneday 6.458 A KE #2763 #2763 {Oct 1 1679}
Administratrix: Mary Comagys (relict), wife of Cornelius Comagys.
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William Davis 6.457 A KE #11032 #10296 Oct 1 1679
Payments to: Hon. William Calvert, Robert Neane, John Darby, Benjamin Randall, Thomas Seward, James Canada, Edward Sweatman.
Administrator: Cornelius Comegys.
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Edward Copedge 6.641 A KE *37801 #13900 Feb 10 1679
Payments to: John Wicks, Thomas Evans, John Dawson, Leonard Cawood & Edward Dawson, Robert Peerce, Jonas Davis, Richard Greay, James Canada, Arthur Gunn, William Courcey, Henry Howard, Robert Procktor.
Administrators: William Rawles and his wife Elisabeth Rawles. 
Canaday, James (I93661)
 
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James Sissell 1.53 A SM £33.13.6 £9.15.0 Jun 9 1718
Payments to: Elisabeth Roach, Antthony Williams, James Thompson, William Roach, Henry Wood, Francis Nevitt, Margrett Murphy, Francis Spink, Richard Vowles, John Sissell, Capt. Daniell Jenifer.
Executor: Charles Neal.
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(no name given) 1.325 A SM £54.0.0 £7.2.10 Nov 18 1718
Payments to: Capt. Tucker, Dr. Johnson, Robert Cole, Henry Spink, Thomas Colper, Thomas Wilson.
Administratrix/Executrix: Margret Murtagh (also Margret Murphy).
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Hennrey Spinke 2.422 A SM £246.11.11 £100.2.9 Mar 21 1720
Received from: Thomas Campbell, Peeter Peeke, Cuthbert Fenwick, Mrs. Mary Tant, Joshua Johnson, James Warrwick, John Cecill, John Jarboe
Payments to: Esq. Bordley, Ann Grastey, Mr. Joshua Doyne, Capt. Jenifer, Mr. Vankerne (merchant), Mrs. Marrgarett Tant, Mrs. Marrgrett Murphey, James Tomson, William Spinke (his portion of his father's (unnamed) estate), William Medcalfe, George Jenkins, Thomas Walker, Cuthbertt Sewell, Dr. Archibald Johnson, David Casteloe, William Yeates, Robertt Solomon, John Baker.
Administrator: Nathaniell Cooper, Jr. 
Spinke, Margaret {Unproven} (I90870)
 

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