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Children of Catherine Scott and Edward S. Posey are:

i. John M. Posey was born 18 AUG 1817 in Braxton County, VA, and died 16 JUL 1895 in Willard, Carter County, KY. He married Mariah Gundecker. She was born 31 JUL 1822 in Harrison County, VA, and died 18 JUN 1884 in Carter County, KY.
ii. James S. Posey was born 1809. He married Barbara Ann Riffle 29 OCT 1828 in Lewis Co. VA, daughter of Isaac Riffle and Elizabeth Wash. She was born 1811.
iii. Sarah Ann Posey was born ABT 1812 in Jacksonville, Lewis County, VA, and died ABT 1860. She married John L. Riffle 6 NOV 1828 in Lewis Co. VA, by Abner Mitchell, son of Francis Riffle and Eva Mace. He was born MAY 1814, and died 10 NOV 1854 in Oil Creek. She married John Isaac Riffle 6 NOV 1828 in Lewis Co. VA, son of Francis Riffle and Eva Mace. He was born 1808, and died 10 NOV 1854.
iv. William Patrick Posey was born 1812 in Braxton County, WV. He married Sarah A. Stump 6 JUN 1837 in Braxton County, VA, daughter of Elias Stump and Hannah Borrer. She was born 10 SEP 1820.
v. Cynthia Posey was born 1814, and died 6 APR 1904. She married Robert McHenry 1851.
vi. Benjamin H. Posey was born ABT 1815. He married Sofrona Robinson. She was born ABT 1823. He married Cynthia Robinson 7 NOV 1836 in Braxton County, VA. She was born ABT 1826. He married Sofrona Robinson 5 NOV 1851 in Braxton County, VA. She was born ABT 1823.
vii. Sallie Posey was born 1817. She married Edward Riffle.
viii. Alfred Posey was born 23 SEP 1819, and died 12 AUG 1892. He married Christina Murphy Curtis 12 AUG 1842 in Lewis Co. VA, daughter of Alexander Curtis and Jane Mitchell. She was born 24 SEP 1818, and died 27 MAR 1891.
ix. Thomas Scott Posey was born ABT 1824. He married Mary Ellen Smith, daughter of Shelton Smith and Rachel M. Heflin. He married Phoebe Riffle 13 AUG 1870 in Braxton County, WV, daughter of Jacob R. Riffle and Elizabeth Byrne. She was born 1835 in Braxton County, VA.
x. Lucinda B. Posey was born 1830 in Lewis County VA. She married Steward McClung Blake 13 DEC 1852 in Braxton County, son of John Burton Blake and Abigail Crissmore. He was born 5 SEP 1830 in Greenbrier County, VA. 
Scott, Catherine Caroline (I052743)
 
76453 temp holding until figure out who his parent were
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The Washington Ancestry and Records of the McClain, Johnson and Forty Other Colonial American Families, Volume 1, Page 368

[Council Journal of Virginia, C.o., 5:1420, pp. 47,

48]: "1721, April 27. The Governor, with the advice of the Council, is pleas'd to nominate Justices of the peace for the new erected County of Prince William, viz: Thomas Harrison, Dennis McCarty, Willm Linton, Francis Awbry, Robert Jones, Burr Harrison & Moses Quarles of the Quorum; and Leonard Barker, Wm Harrison, Valentine Barker, John Wright, John Allen, Willm Hackney, and Joseph Hudnal, Gent." 
Barker, Valentine (I034427)
 
76454 temp put here until parents identified


CENSUS YR: 1850 STATE or TERRITORY: VA COUNTY: Jefferson DIVISION: 28th District REEL NO: M432-95 PAGE NO: 3347b
REFERENCE: 9th July 1851 by J. J. Miller
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LN HN FN LAST NAME FIRST NAME AGE SEX RACE OCCUP. VAL. BIRTHPLACE MRD. SCH. R/W DDB
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16 808 820 Marshall George 24 M WMiller VA 
Marshall, George (I007274)
 
76455 Temperance Holbrooke (wife of Joseph) bur. 16 Jan 1705. Wade, Temperance (I091926)
 
76456 Tenahill, William, 10th June, 1666; 7th May, 1667. To sons William and John, home plantation and 100 A. due by patent, equally. In event of unborn child being a son, to have equal share in lands afsd. To wife Alice and dau. Mary, personalty. Overseers: John Carvell, Stanop Roberts. Test: Jno. Lawson, Richard Rider. 2. 9.
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Duncan, David, {CA} 8th Dec., 1663; 28th Jan., 1663. To child. (unnamed) personalty. William Tenahill, ex. and residuary legatee. Test: John Lawson. 1. 189. 
Tannehill, William (I015456)
 
76457 Tennessee Cousins, Page 223
THOMAS SANFORD'S will mentions his wife MARGARET (who could have been MARGARET LUTTRELL, daughter of old SIMON) and his grandson THOMAS LUTTRELL. This SANFORD WILL was probated in Westmoreland County in 1770. And in 1770 a JOHN LUTTRELL was a young man. living in ORANCE County, North Carolina, who had married one of the HART daughters and was beginning his associations with JUDGE RICHARD HENDERSON, John Williams and his wife's folks about the HENDERSON PURCHASE of the Transylvania lands. When JOHN died, afterwards he left his interest in those same lands to his three brothers. HUGH, THOMAS and WILLIAM.

This may actually be Margaret, born 1704 to Simon Luttrell and Margaret Churchwell, however, Simon's will states "Item - I give and bequeath to my daughter Margrett LUTTERELL, a feather bed and furniture and two thousand weight of tobacco to be paid her upon day of marriage or when she comes of age." This will is dated August 21, 1723 when the Margaret born in 1704 would be 19 years of age. I also show the 1704 Margaret as having a child (Francis Patience Sanford) circa 1719.

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Prince William Co VA Bond Book 1732-1847
September 24th 1754 (1-12)
Know all Men by these Presents, that We Simon Lutterill and William Ashmore are held and firmly bound to Thomas Harrison, Benjamin Grayson, John Wright and John Crump, Gent. Justices of the Court of Prince William County, now sitting, in the sum of one hundred pounds, To the Payment whereof well and truly to be made to the said Justices, and their Successors, we bind ourselves, and each of us, our and each of our Heirs, Executors and Administrators, jointly and severally, firmly by these Presents. Sealed with our Seals, this twenty fourth day of September in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and fifty four and in the XXVIII Year of the Reign
of our Sovereign Lord GEORGE, the Second.
The Condition of this Obligation is such, That if the above bound Simon Luttrell administrator of the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of Margaret Marshall deceased, do make, or cause to be made, a true and perfect Inventory of all and singular the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, which have, or shall come to the Hands, Possession, or Knowledge of him the said Simon Luttrell or into the Hands and 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 Prince William as such Time as he shall be thereunto required by the said Court, and the same Goods, Chattels, and Credits, and all other the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, at the Time of his Death which at any Time after, shall come to the Hands, or Possession of the said Simon Luttrell or into the Hands, or Possession of any other Person or Persons for him do well and truly administer according to Law: And further do make a just and true Account of his Actings and Doings therein, when thereto required by the said Court, and all the Rest and Residue of the said Goods, Chattels, and Credits, which shall be found remaining upon the said Administrators Account, the same being first examined and allowed by the Justices of the Court for the Time being, shall deliver and pay unto such Person or Persons respectively; as the said Justices by their Order or Judgment shall direct, pursuant to the Laws in that Case made and provided and if it shall hereafter appear, that any Last Will and Testament was made by the said Deceased, and the Executor or Executors therein named, do exhibit the same into the said Court, making Request to have it allowed and approved accordingly, if the said Simon Luttrell being thereunto required, do render and deliver up his Letters of Administration, Approbation of such Testament being first had and made in the said Court: Then this Obligation to be void and of none Effect, or else to remain in full Force and Virtue.
Sealed, and delivered, in presence of the Court
Simon Luttrell SEAL
William Ashmore SEAL
Simon Luttrell and William Ashmore acknowledged the within bond as their acts and deeds in Prince William County Court the 25th day of March 1754 and was then recorded.
Teste Ė John Graham, Clerk
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Prince William Co VA Bond Book 1732-1847
June 24th 1754 (1-10)
Know all Men by these Presents, that We Margaret Marshall, Simon Luttrell, Isaac Farrow and William Rookard are held and firmly bound to Thomas Harrison, Richard Blackburn, John Wright and John Crumpe Gent.
Justices of the Court of Prince William County, now sitting, in the sum of five hundred pounds current money, To the Payment whereof well and truly to be made to the said Justices, and their Successors, we bind ourselves, and each of us, our and each of our Heirs, Executors and Administrators, jointly and severally, firmly by these Presents. Sealed with our Seals, this twenty fourth day of June in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and fifty four and in the XXVIII Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord GEORGE, the Second.
The Condition of this Obligation is such, That if the above bound Margaret Marshall administrix of the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of Robert Marshall deceased, do make, or cause to be made, a true and perfect Inventory of all and singular the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, which have, or shall come to the Hands, Possession, or Knowledge of her the said Margaret Marshall or into the Hands and Possession of any other Person or Persons for her and the same so made, do exhibit or cause to be exhibited into the County Court of Prince William as such Time as she shall be thereunto required by the said Court, and the same Goods, Chattels, and Credits, and all other the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, at the Time of his Death which at any Time after, shall come to the Hands, or Possession of the said Mary or into the Hands, or Possession of any other Person or Persons for her do well and truly administer according to Law: And further do make a just and true Account of her Actings and Doings therein, when thereto required by the said Court, and all the Rest and Residue of the said Goods, Chattels, and Credits, which shall be found remaining upon the said Administrators Account, the same being first examined and allowed by the Justices of the Court for the Time being, shall deliver and pay unto such Person or Persons respectively; as the said Justices by their Order or Judgment shall direct, pursuant to the Laws in that Case made and provided and if it shall hereafter appear, that any Last Will and Testament was made by the said Deceased, and the Executor or Executors therein named, do exhibit the same into the said Court, making Request to have it allowed and approved accordingly, if the said Margaret Marshall being thereunto required, do render and deliver up her Letters of Administration, Approbation of such Testament being first had and made in the said Court: Then this Obligation to be void and of none Effect, or else to remain in full Force and Virtue.
Sealed, and delivered, in presence of the Court
Margaret Marshall SEAL
Simon Luttrell SEAL
Isaac Farrow SEAL
William Rookard SEAL
Margaret Marshall, Simon Luttrell, Isaac Farrow and William Rookard acknowledged the within bond as
their acts and deeds in Prince William County Court the 24th day of June 1754 and was then recorded.
Teste - John Graham, Clerk 
Luttrell, Margaret (I017816)
 
76458 Tennison, John, St. Mary's County, 20th Dec., 1682; 8th Feb., 1682.
To eld. son John, personalty in addition to property already given him.
To son-in-law William Cheshire and Mary his wife, son Matthew, and Henry Fernely, personalty.
To sons Justinian and Absalom, exc., plantation and all other land; in event of death of either without issue, survivor to inherit deceased's portion.
Test: Jno. Buttler, Vincent Mansell, Wm. Goddard, Thos. Parker. MCW 4.16.
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John Tennison 8.91 I SM £209.12.9 Mar 29 1683
Appraisers: John Coode, Vincent Mansell,
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John Tenneson 8.483 A SM #50313 #23125 Oct 8 1685
Payments to: John Mudge, Nehemiah Blakeston, Justinian Gerrard, Henry Fornly, Frances Knott, Thomas Grunwin, Abraham Hooke, John Coode, Pattrick Spencer note to Henry Fornly.
Executor: Justinian Tennison.
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Richard Foster 4.345 A SM #14228 #15169 Oct 9 1677
Payments to: Thomas Lucas, John Tennison, John Groome, John Smith, John Blackiston, William Rosewell for Stephen Murty, Benjamin Gargill, Benjamin Salley paid to Lidia Salley (widow), Edward Husband, Capt, John Coode for Mr. Peter Hughes, boatswine of Capt. Partis' ship, Capt, Harrison for Capt. Gerrard Slye.
Administrator: Vincent Mansfield (also Vincent Mansell)
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John Sheppard 3.155 A CA £116.18.0 £120.12.7 Apr 4 1677
Part owner of the Barke "Mary of the Port Royall" in Jamaica.
Legatees: Mr. John Tennison, Mr. George Hodder.
Administrator: William Adams (mariner) of Topsham, England, master of "Thomas and Mary" of London.

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Mar. 25 and Apr., 28, 1658 - Maryland Provincial Court (held at St. Leonard's, Calvert Co.) David Feriera vs. John Tunnis [sic.] At the Mar. 25, 1658 Court, a warrant was issued to the Sheriff of St. Mary's Co. to have John Tunnis at the Apr. Court next to answer the complaint of David Feriera. At the Court of Apr. 28, 1658 upon the demand of David Feriera against John Tunnis for 372 lbs. of tobacco the defendant acknowledged 356 lbs. of tobacco and hath put in Mr. Thomas Belcher security for the said 356 lbs. as aforesaid which Robert Kingsberry the attorney of the plaintiff hath accepted.
Source: Archives of Maryland, Vol. 41, pp. 48 and 73.

Apr. 12, 1659 - Maryland Provincial Court. Capt. Sampson Waring demands writ against John Tunnis [sic] in an action of defamation. Warrant to the Sheriff of St. Mary's Co. to have John Tunnis at the Apr. 20 Court to answer the complaint. Writ to Sheriff to warn Edward Turner subpoena 500 lbs. tobacco "to testify in ditt. cause."
Source: Archives of Maryland, Vol. 41, p. 267.
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John TENNIS/Tennyson came to America about 1650 from England, possibly with Thomas Gerrard's adventurers to Maryland. The first record of his name in Maryland is in 1651 when he witnessed the will of Nathaniel Stiles.
From depostion records taken in 1653, he is thought to have been born about 1628 in Holland. His wife, Elizabeth (maiden name unknown), was an indentured servant to Peter Johnson for five years, but married John Tennisson before her indenture expired. Elizabeth is believed to have been born about 1634 in England. John Tennisson promised to pay Johnson for the time that Elizabeth did not serve. Records have not been fround of that payment.

In 1656 John bought land from Richard Preston in St. Mary's County, on Leonard's Creek called "Stratupt." In 1667 he bought additional land from Thomas Gerrard. This is where he lived and his homplace was known as "Persimmon Point" and there is a creek in St. Clement's Hundred called "Tennisson's Creek" named for his property line.

John Tennison's name appears in court records several times during the next few years and in 1673 he was before the court and "desired the earmark of his cattle and brand mark for horses" to be a " fire fork with three prongs."
But the most interesting court appearance was in 1682 when John was summoned to court on 25h Oct to hear his wife's complaints against her husband. The court records show that "she could not live peaceable and quietly with him .....prayed allowance of competent maintenance might be awarded her." John denied the charges and thought them unreasonable but did confess in court that he never entertained the love and respect for his wife and neither afforded her the countenance in his house due for man to wife. John had banished Elizabeth from his home some 2-3 years earlier. Elizabeth was rewarded one bed and furniture, all wearing apparel and yearly for time to come 300 pounds meat, 3 bushels corn, 100 pounds tobacco, during her natural life. This quite possibly is the first divorce on American soil!!

His will was probated just four months after this court appearance. He appears to be a man of means as the inventory shows he owned Delft china place settings, and apparently was not illiterate as his inventory included two Bibles and several books. At the time of his death he had, among other items, several parcels of land, two slaves and could afford a serving maid who is mentioned in his will.

Elizabeth remarried shortly after John's death to James Green (in 1684) and they soon brought suit aginst Justinian (executor of John's will). James Green continued the suit after Elizabeth's death (1684/1701) to get her portion of John's estate. He eventually won.
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Coode, John, St. Mary's County, 27th Feb.,, 1708; 28th Mch., 1709.
To eld. son John, and hrs., "Pendreine" adjoining Mattapany in St. Clements hundred.
To 2nd son William and hrs., ""Pissimore Point" where he now lives, and land adjoining where John Tenison lived,, also to 2 eld. sons named jointly, land and island bought from Richd. Foster,
To son Richard and hrs., "Second Thought" above Rock Creek in freshes of Patuxent-also jointly with 3 daus, Mary, Anne and Winifred, mill at Tomacookin and land adjoining bought from Ozwell Dash.
To wife Eliza:, extx. during life, dwelling plantation "Bluff Point,," running down Manalopson, and stock thereon for support of child. she has by me.
Test: Philip Briscoe, Sr., Luke Barber, Edward Barber., Sam'll. Williamson. 12, 341, 
Tennison, John (I010002)
 
76459 Terrill Adams wed Elizabeth Vance, the daughter of William Vance and Elizabeth Hinton.

Any data on the ancestry of Moses Adams and wife Sarah Munson (widow of Eliaseph), Terrill Adams parents? See the Scott Co, Kentucky Adams, Munson query posted by Diane Webb on 9/12/98. 
Adams, Terrill (I004368)
 
76460 TERRILL, George & Nancy CAVE, 5 Nov. 1816, m by Absalom Graves, b Willis Graves, A-27, Boone County, Kentucky Family F00100
 
76461 TERRILL, James & Susan CAVE, 22 Apr. 1819, m by William Montague, b Hiram Cave, A-47, Boone County, Kentucky Family F00098
 
76462 TERRILL, Reuben & Eliza PARKER, 21 Nov. 1822, m by Absalom Graves, b Arthur Parker, A-71, Boone County, Kentucky Family F00047
 
76463 Terry's run - West end of lake Anna @ Rte 522
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1735-1743 Orange County, Virginia Will Book; {John Frederick Dorman}:
Pages 297-98. Will of John Griffin of St. Thomas's Parish in the County of Orange in Virga. being very sick and weak in body, dated 2 Dec. 1743.
I impower my executors to sell all my lands lying near Terry's Run in the aforesaid county for the best price that can be had in money and the said money to be equally divided amongst my five youngest sons (to wit) John, Richard, James, Anthony and Joseph, each to receive his part when he arrives to the age of twenty one years.
Unto my loving wife Margaret Griffin all the rest of my estate during her natural life and at her decease to be equally divided amongst all my children (viz) David, William, Mary, Katherin, Sarah, John, Richard, James, Anthony, Margaret and Joseph.
My son-in-law William Jones and my loving wife executors.
John Griffin
Wit:
James Pendleton
Elizabeth (X) Chambers
Zannah (X) Jones
23 Feb. 1743 [1744]. Produced in Court by Margret Griffin. Proved by James Pendleton, Gent., Eliza. Chambers, and Zannah Jones.
Pages 298-99. Bond of William Jones, Margrett Griffin, James Pendleton and Phillup Claton, Gent., unto Robert Slaughter, Gent., justice. For 150. 23 Feb. 1743 [1744]. Wm. Jones and Margret Griffin are executors of John Griffin.
William (X) Jones
Margt. (M) Griffin
James Pendleton
Philip Claton
Wit: Marr. Stanfield.
23 Feb. 1743 [1744]. Acknowledged.

Pages 341-43. John Griffin. Inventory. Total valuation
87.0.8, including one Negro man valued at 130.
David Cave
Geo. Smith
Stephen Smith
22 March 1743. Returned into Court.
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1735-1738 Orange County, Virginia Deed Book 1, {Antient Press}:
Pages 37-42. 12-13 June 1735. Patrick Welsh now of Caroline County, overseer, to John Griffin of King and Queen County, planter. Lease and release; for £ 40.6.- cash and £ 5.10.- goods.
210 acres in the north fork of North Anna which Patrick Welsh bought of Jer: Clowder, Gent., 2 Nov. 1731, and Jer: Clowder, Gent., bought of Henry Thacker, Gent., 1 June 1731, part of a pattent of 1000 acres granted Henry Thacker, Gent., 28 Sept, 1728 corner of Henry Thacker's and Mrs. Joyce Clowder's on the south side of a branch ...
Patrick Welsh
Wit: James Porteus, John Foster, Robt. Turner.
17 June 1735. Acknowledged by Patrick Welsh.
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1743-1749 Orange County, Virginia Deed Book 10, {Antient Press}: page 175-180
Indenture 24 July 1745 between WILLIAM JONES, Exr., MARGARET
GRIFFIN, Extrx., and DAVID GRIFFIN of Orange County of one part and JOHN WISDOM of same, Planter .. witnesseth that pursuant to the last will and testament of John Griffin, deceased, that the said William Jones, Exr., Margaret Griffin, Extrx., and David Griffin, for sum of five shillings .. grant all that tract .. 210 acres in the north fork of the Northanna, county of Orange, which said land the above John Griffin, dec'd, bought of Patrick
Welch June 13, 1735, and Welch bought of Jeremiah Clowder, Gent., Nov. 2, 1731, and the said Jeremiah Clowder, Gent., bought of Henry Thacker, Gent., June 1, 1731, as by their deeds .. and is part of a Pattent of 1000 acres of land granted to Henry Thacker, Gent., Sept. 28, 1728, which said 210 acres of land bounded as followeth .. beginning .. corner Henry Thacker .. Mrs. Joyce Clowder . . Wm. (X) Jones Seal
Witnesses: Margaret (M) Griffin Seal
G. Hume David Griffin Seal
Benja. Cook, Jas. Phillips.
Recorded Orange County 25 July 1745 .. amount of £15 received. 
Griffin, John (I085808)
 
76464 Terry, Thomas, planter, Cecil Co., 9th April, 1730; 9th Nov., 1731.
To dau Ann, Thomas Savin, son Augustine, dau. Mary Hill, sons Thomas and Hugh and grandson Augustine, personalty; Bd. legacies to be pd. after decease of wife Rosamond.
To 2 sons Thomas, Hugh and Augustine, 1s each.
To 3 daus. Mary, Ann and Elizabeth, is. each.
To wife Rosamond, extx., dwell. plan. "The Bank" during life, and residue of personal estate absolutely.
Test: John Ryland, John Keys, 20, 391. 
Terry, Thomas (I075614)
 
76465 the "I" in his records are very similar to a "J" and can be easily misread

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Charles County Maryland Will Book AL-12, 1801-1808, {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 56. Richard Bennett Mitchell Sr., Will, Mary 20, 1795; August 25, 1802
I, Richard Bennett Mitchell of CC, being weak and indisposed, but sound and retentive in mind and memory;
To son Francis Ignatius Mitchell, two tracts bought by me from John Clements (of Jacob) and Jane his wife as by deed dated December 27, 1792.
To sons Joseph Thomas Mitchell (western) and Richard Bennett Mitchell (eastern) at 21yrs, the tract that I live, to be divided into two parts and agreeable to the instructions of my brother Richard Mitchell and after the death of their mother.
To son James Wheeler Mitchell, all my lands in the State of Kentucky
To wife Elizabeth Mitchell, the whole sole use of the land I live on during her widowhood. Likewise all my personal property and at her decease to my children. Also if any of my daughters (unnamed) remain unmarried after the death or marriage of their mother, a room in my dwelling house be reserved for their separate accommodation and land set apart for working of such slaves.
Executor: wife Elizabeth Mitchell
Signed: Mary 20, 1795 Richard B. Mitchell
Wit: Catharine Jordan, Matthew Cofer, George Dent Esqr.
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http://msa.maryland.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc5400/sc5496/051200/051263/h tml/051263bio.html
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Harford County Circuit Court
Land Survey, Subdivision, and Condominium Plats
MSA S1562: (Plat References, HA, Index)
Index by Reference

Chancery Record 61, p. 428 1806 Benjamins Camp; Samuel Lee vs. Bennet Wheeler and Francis J. Mitchell 0 0 MSA S 1562-28
Chancery Record 61, p. 428 1806 Wheelers and Clarks Contrivance; Samuel Lee vs. Bennet Wheeler and Francis J. Mitchell 0 0 MSA S 1562-335
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https://books.google.com.sa/books?id=6VoaAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA219&lpg=PA219&dq=%2 2Francis+J.+Mitchell%22,+Maryland&source=bl&ots=pXCYby5i5S&sig=Dhhw-PIGNO5 iqtQzGWDO6SBTnIk&hl=en&sa=X&ei=y0cMVZCVJaj6ywO_1IHgDA&redir_esc=y#v=onepag e&q=%22Francis%20J.%20Mitchell%22%2C%20Maryland&f=false

Maryland Reports: Being a Series of the Most Important Law Cases Argued and ...
By John M'Henry

General Court October Term 1798
Francis J. Mitchell called as witness for 1795 transaction
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http://msa.maryland.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc5400/sc5496/051200/051263/h tml/051263bio.html

James D. Mitchell (b. circa ? - d. 1837)
MSA SC 5496-051263
Property Owner, Queen Anne's County, Maryland
Biography:

The son of Francis J. Mitchell, James Davidson Mitchell lived in Charles County with his wife, Elizabeth Ann. In 1828, he and his sister Sarah E. Mitchell inherited part of the farm Cedar Dale, near Queenstown. The farm had once belonged to Colonel Richard Tilghman. One of James's brothers, George, had lived at Cedar Dale until moving away in 1811. James D. Mitchell does not appear as a property owner in census records for Queen Anne's County, since the 1830 census for that county no longer exists, and he had died before the 1840 census. However, his brother Henry S. Mitchell was living in the county in 1840, even appearing on J.G. Stong's map of District 5 in 1866, likely on the same property that James D. Mitchell had once owned 
Mitchell, Francis Ignatius (I106033)
 
76466 the 1735 Inventory of Thomas Luckett shows Sarah as Extx not Elizabeth. I have concerns that Elizabeth did not marry this Thomas or she was the first wife and Sarah was the second. Family F01455
 
76467 The 1776 Census of Frederick Co lists Joseph age 66 and Elizabeth 60 and four of the five children ofhis second marriage
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21 March 1755 Prince George County
Susannah Dyer, Admx. of William Dyer
Sureties; Ignatius Wheeler & Malsome (Malcome) Macbean
Children; Elizabeth; James; William; Mary; Thomas; Penelope; Rebeccah; Edward; Susannah; & John Dyer (last 5 children are minors) (ABB 1.128) 
Dyer, Elizabeth (I046134)
 
76468 The 1790 census, Fayette District, Richmond County, NC shows the Sarah Smith, Sr. family of 3 males, 3 females and 4 slaves (FR).
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Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 423. Mar 8, 1764 from James Smith of CC, to Thomas James of CC, for 12 £, a parcel of land and appurtenances (such as houses), lying in CC, bounded by a locust post standing near Bennetts Smith Branch at the head of Petites Cr, a parcel of land called Longest , containing about 13 acres. Signed - James Smith Sr. Wit - Jno Winter*,
Robt Horner*, Geo Dent*. Sarah Smith, the wife of the within named James Smith, released her right of dower to the within mentioned lands. Recorded Mar 12, 1764,
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Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 425. 12, 176_ from James Smith of CC, planter, to Richard Lee of CC, for 324 £ 19 shillings & pence sterling, a tract of land called Smith, situated in William and Mary Parish in CC and on the north side of Potomack River on _Petetet Cr, bounded by Smiths Bite, Bennets Branch, containing by patent and laid out for about 100 acres. James Smith reserves for himself and his heirs forever, 12 square perches of land, part of the afd tract, it being a graveyard. James Smith also reserves for himself and his heirs forever, all that part of the afd tract of land that was formerly condemned by a writ of ad quad damnum to build a mill on, and on which a mill now stands, commonly called Hungerfords Mi[11]. Signed - James Smith (Sr). Wit - Jno Winter*, Geo Dent*. Acknowledged on Mar 12, 1764 by James Smith. Sarah , the wife of James Smith, released her right of dower to the within mentioned lands. Recorded Mar 1764
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 289-10: LONGEST DAY: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Wilson, Hannah : Surveyed 11 June 1651 for Richard Smith lying on the North side of Petites Creek: Conveyance notes - Thomas Hungerford from Richard Smith 3 July 1748, ,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 288-3: SMITH: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Smith, Richard : Surveyed 25 Aug 1649 for Richard Smith Senír lying in Petites Creek on the North side of Potomack River: Other notes - In both names; Richard Smith & Hannah Wilson, 
Turner, Sarah (I011234)
 
76469 The 1798 Maryland Slave Owners and Superintendents, lists Elkanah Boswell
as a Super. for Dr. John Chapman (heirs) Charles County at Port Tobacco
Parish, 23 slaves. He was not listed on the 1800 census records.

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Elkanah Boswell was a son of Matthew Boswell and his 2nd wife Jane
Elkanah and Ann d. in Ga.
Source: Jourdan, Elise G., Vol. 6, p. 126. "Early Families of Southern Maryland,"
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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 Maryland Will Book AL-12, 1801-1808, {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 539.
Elizabeth Philpott, Will, February 9, 1804; May 11, 1808
I, Elizabeth Philpott of CC, being of sond mind, memory and understanding;
To niece Frances Johnson, a bead and furniture and all my wearing apparel.
To nephew Philip Barton Smoot, all the rest and residue of my estate.
Executor: Philip Barton Smoot
Signed: February 9, 1804 Elizabeth Philpott
Wit: Doctor Gerard Wood, Elkanah Boswell, Winifred Wood 
Boswell, Elkanah (I018881)
 
76470 The 1860 Prince William County, Virginia, census lists John J. Beavers, 53 b. VA, shoemaker; Virginia, 29 b. VA; John T. 26; Albert A., 15; Lucien, 12; Rufus 8; Susannah 3; and Salena C. 1. (Source: Steve Fancy research)
The 1870 census has 3 more children: Sampson b. 1861; Lacy C. b 1865, and Robert b. May 14, 1867. 
Beavers, John Jordon (I068018)
 
76471 The above Named Thomas Marshall married Elizabeth Stoddert (the Widdow of James Stoddert Esqr) September in the Yeare of our Lord Christ Seventeen hundred and twenty six - 1726" Family F00835
 
76472 The above Said Thomas marshall & Eliz his Wife had a Child Borne a Gurl in Seventeen hundred & Twenty seven wch Dide before She wase a yeare old - 1727" Marshall, Elizabeth (I001487)
 
76473 the abstract shows her name as Brisses but I think it should be Briggs Briggs, Anne (I065144)
 
76474 The Abstracts of the Wills & Administrations of Northampton County, Virginia 1632-1802:
NOTTINGHAM, ROBERT - 27 Jan. 1744 / 9 Apr. 1745 -
To my son Isaac the 139 A. plantation whereon I now dwell, 200 A. bought of John Custis Matthews adjoining the plantation I now live on, and the land purchased of Michael Christian decíd and Rose his wife and Thomas Johnson and Mary his wife and Margaret Jacob widow, and n. boy Nim and n. girl Pegg.

To my loving wife Elisha molatto fellow Lighly, n. woman Nana, and n. girl Pleasant.

To wife n. woman Susana Collins and n. boy Lighta during the time thcy have to serve, and one low bedstead which I had with her.

To my son Michael 300 A. bought of Pearce Davis, n. woman Bridget, and n. boy Solomon.

To my dau. Jane Nottingham n. girl Phillis, n. boy Stephen, gold ring and silver box.

To my dau. Rachel Nottingham n. wench Tamer, n. girl Tamer, and gold ring inscribed,"The Gift of RN".

To daus. Jane and Rachel n. wench Rachel and n. man Abel.

To sons Isaac and Michael n. man James.

To my dau. Leah Mapp n. boy Jingo. To dau. Anne Stott n. girl Dilley.

Resid. legatees my children Isaac, Michael, Rachel and Jane.
Wife and Sons Isaac and Michael extrs.
Friend Joachim Michael to oversee.
Witt: Joachim Michael, Hczekiah Tilney, Southy Satchell, Nicholas Campbell - p. 178 Probate - The testr. is called Robert Nottingham, Sr., Gent. 
Nottingham, Robert (I035469)
 
76475 The Adam Woffendall who was the father of Robertís first wife had a grant of 783 A. in Northumberland Co. in 1679. (Northern Neck land grants).
His will on file in Richmond Co. dated 1678, probated June 7, 1704
leases 350 A. to his son (son in law) Robert Harrison and his son (son in law) Strother, who lives nearby. Harrison to have first choice.
Leaves 160 A. to daughter Sarah.
To daughter Mary a parcel of land between Dr. Spence and the school house.
Son Francis to have the rest of my land, also the rest of my personal estate to son Francis.
If Francis will not be ruled by his mother my will is that he should live with son (son in law) Harrison.
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1702-1704 Richmond Co VA Orders; Antient Press: (Page 333)
Richmond County Court 7th day of June 1704
- This day the Last Will and Testament of ADAM WOFFENDALL being presented to this Court by the Exrx. therein named for proofe, the same was proved by the oathes of THOMAS ARNOLD and ANDREW HARRISON, and order for probate granted thereon
- Ordered that EDWARD TAYLER, JOHN GRIMSLEY and ROBT. HARRISON or any two of them sometime betweene this and the next Court held for this County do meet at the House of ADAM WOFFENDALL deced and do then and there Inventory all and singular the Estate of the said deced as the same shall be presented to theire view and make report of theire proceedings therein to the said next Court, Capt. WM. UNDERWOOD is requested to administer an Oath to the persons above named for theire true inventorying of the said deceds Estate as also to the Exrx, for the true discovery thereof

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WILLS OF Westmoreland County, Virginia 1654-1800 BY AUGUSTA B. FOTHERGILL: Pg 11
HARPER, DANIEL, 7 March 1670; 25 February 1671. Estate to my master William Court and Adam Woffendall.
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James Hughes 2006-05-18 21:17:05
My Southern Family
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mysouthernfamily/myff/d0051/g0000 081.html
"The will of Adam Woffendall, dated 25 April 1703 and proved 7 June 1704 bequeathed to each of his "sons" Harrison and Strother 150 acres of land; this phraseology is deceiving as subsequent records assure us that the legatees were his two sons-in-law Robert Harrison and Benjamin Strother (16??-1752) who was sheriff of Richmond County in 1717. The land of Benjamin Strother fell into King George Countv in 1721 and those records abound with genealogical material in regard to the Strother family."
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f70r -Adam WOFFENDALE, will; 25 Apr 1703, 7 (Jun] 1704
if I die before I lay out 350 ac., sons HARRISON and STROTHER to lay it out and each to receive 150 ac; daus. Sarah and Mary; son Francis tract of land; ex: wife; if my son Francis will not be ruled by his mother...he should live with my son HARRISON and his mother to have the benefit of his labor until he comes to age 21; wits: John GRIMESLEY, Thomas ARNOLD, Andrew HARRISON. [The wife of Adam WOFFENDALL was Honoria. DB 2, p. 61.]
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Contributed by: James Hughes


p.31. Survey. "Surveyed for Henry Berry the 10th day of May 1671 in Stafford County in the Forrest betwixt the two Rivers of Potomak and Rappa", 550 acres, "beginning at a marked Wm Lips corner tree stand near the said Berrys Line", adj line of Mr James Kaye, etc.
signed per me John Alexander

p.31. Deed. 12 March 1693/4. Rich Berry of Ricd. County, to Ralph Whitton of same County, for a valuable consideration, 250 acres, part of 550 acres (above), adj land of Will Lipp, Simpson's land, land of James Key, "and binding upon my Brother Henry Berry and Robert Peck"
signed Richd RB Berry
Wit:
James Strothers
Wm Berry
Rc 28 June 1694

p.32. Power of Atty. 13 March 1693/4. Richard Berry of Richmond County, to Joshua Davis "to acknowledge one conveyance of Land to Ralph Whiting". This name is shown as Ralph Whitton in the entry for the deed.
signed Richd RB Berry
Wit:
Wm Berry
Richd x Grubs

p.32. Relinquishment. 12 March 1693/4. Henry Berry of Richmond County, "do relinquish all my Right Title and Interest of one Tract of Land formerly taken up by my Father to my Brother Richard Berry".
signed Henry Berry
Wit:
John Berry
Adam Woffendall

Source:
Fleet, Beverley,
Richmond County records, 1692-1704 : Deed book no. 1, 1692-1693, Deed book no. 2, 1693/4-1696, Deed book no. 3, lost, miscellaneous records, 1699-1704
Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. County, 1961, 117 pgs.

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James Hughes 2005-11-17 15:19:27
The Cammock Family of Essex, England; Old Rappa. & Essex Cos, Virginia; and more

Warwick CAMMOCK appears in numerous Virginia records over the next ten years, but "mysteriously" disappears after 28 Feb 1679/80 when "Warwick CAMMOCK and Bethridge (her mark) HENSLE make a sworn statement concerning Mr. Fran: DOUGHTY delivering a cow to Adam WOFENDALE for the use of Thom: WINDOR. (Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deeds & Wills 1677-1682:Part II:262, Old Rappa. VA Records, Ruth & Sam Sparacio, Antient Press, McLean, Virginia)
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LAND RECORDS OF KING GEORGE CO - 1721 - 1742 - by Sue Anne Damon
P 146 - 2 July 1734 - Thomas of Hanover Parish to Robert Rankis of Hanover - lease 2 tracts being Ĺ of 200 acres sold by Adam Wofendall to Thoms GRIMSLEY Sr. dec Grandfather to sd Thomas on 2 April 1676 - 60 acres adj Robert Rankins, William Marshall and Jeremiah Strather - other 38 acres adj William Marshall, Frances Wofendall and William Hudson, dec - Jane also signed
===
Wills of Westmoreland County, Virginia , Page 11
HARPER, DANIEL, 7 March 1670; 25 February 1671. Estate to my master William Court and Adam Wofendall
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Abstracts of Land Records of Richmond County, Virginia 1692-1704, by Mary Marshall Brewer.

3 Apr 1694. Deed. WILLIAM BROWNE of Rich Co for 8000 pounds of tobb in cask sold to JOHN SUTTLE of same co planter ... a 165 a. tr of land in St. Mary's Parish pt/o a devident of 744 a. formerly granted to my father WILLIAM BROWNE deed & to DANIEL WHITE and WILLIAM BALTHROP as by patent dated 3 Mar 1664 and the said DANIEL WHITE sold his part unto my father WM BROWNE 20 Aug 1668 and the 744 a. was patented by my father WM BROWNE and WILLIAM BALTHROP dated 7 Aug 1669 and the land not devided betwixt my father WM BROWN and WM BALTHROP and the said WM BALTHROP taking not the advantage of survivorship the said BALTHROP ackn 495 a. of the tr unto me WILLIAM BROWNE and my brother JOHN BROWNE and my brother MASEFEILD {Maxfield} BROWN, the 165 a. being my proprotional share which land I formerly seated on e side of Chingateague Swamp in the parish afsd ... and also together with his wife further ackn this deed in the co court of Rich. Wit: JAMES TAYLER, ADAM WOFFENDALL. Ackn 6 Jun 1694. (Bk 2pg: 37)
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Abstracts of Land Records of Richmond County, Virginia 1692-1704, by Mary Marshall Brewer.

28 Sep 1702. Deed. ADAM WOFFENDELL of Rich Co planter for 5000 pounds of tobb and caske sold unto JOHN GRIMSLY of same co 100 a. of land taken up by ADAM WOFFENDALL in the forrest adj THO GRIMSLY & land of LUCAS ... [blurred]. Wit: THOMAS GRIMSLEY, ANNE GRIMSLEY, EDMOND GENENS[?]. Ackn 4 Oct 1702. (Bk 3pg: 93)

2 Nov 1702. Power of Atty. HONORIA WOFFENDELL of Rich Co do appoint my well beloved friend JAMES PHILLIPS my atty to ackn the [above] deed to JOHN GRIMSLY. Wit: ANNE GRIMSLY, JOHN DOGOING. (Bk 3pg: 93)
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Abstracts of Land Records of Richmond County, Virginia 1692-1704, by Mary Marshall Brewer.

24 Apr 1694. Quit Claim. JOHN PRATT of Westmoreland Co VA gent for a 183 a. tr of land to me sold and exchanged in Stafford Co in the fork of the main swamp of upper Majotock River by SAMLL LUCAS 9 inst Apr ... quit claim unto SAMLL LUCAS my 165 a. messuage tr of land in Rich Co in the freshes of Rappa River upon Chingateague Run adj JOSUA DAVIS & WM BROWN, surveyed by WILLIAM MOSELEY surveyor of Rich Co 10 Dec 1684 for HENRY ARKHILL of Rich Co and by the said HENRY ARKHILL purch of ADAM WOFFENDALL and HONORIA his wife 2 Jun 1685 ackn in court 3 Mar 1685, and since by the said HENRY ARKHILL sold unto the said JOHN PRATT 6 Jul 1685 ackn in court 3 Mar 1685/6. Wit: JAMES HEARSE, JNO BRENTON. Ackn 1 Jan 1695. (Bk 2pg: 152)
31 Dec 1695. Power of Atty. JOHN PRATT do hereby impower ALEXANDER SPENCE my atty to ackn the [above] land unto SAMLL LUCAS. Wit: JOS DAVIS, WM JACKSON. (Bk 2pg: 156)

28 Sep 1695 at Stafford Co VA. Power of Atty. SAMLL LUCAS do hereby impower JOSHUA DAVIS to appear my atty in Rich Court to receive an acknowledgement of the [above] land from JOHN PRATT. Wit: JOHN BRENTON. (Bk 2pg: 157)
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Abstracts of Land Records of Richmond County, Virginia 1692-1704, by Mary Marshall Brewer.

2 Oct 1696. Deed of Gift. ADAM WOFFENDALL of Rich Co give unto my dau ELIZABETH HARRISON a 70 a. parcell of land on the main br of Chingateague along the road from THOMAS ARNOLD to my own house, and I do leave it to my dau ELIZABETH'S own disposing to give it to which of her heirs she sees flu also provided that it be not leased nor sold except with my consent or them whom I shall give this plantation that I now live on. Wit: JAMES WOFFENDALL, JNO WOFFENDALL. Ackn 7 Oct 1696. (Bk 2pg: 200)
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Richmond County, Virginia; WILL BOOK 4, 1717-1725
p.148 - Robert HARRISON, will; 25 Jan 1719, 6 Apr 1720
son William 50 ac. of land part of 150 ac. given me by Adam WOFFENDALL; son Robert half the tract I now live on when he reaches age 18; the other half to my wife Mary and after her death, to son George; son Aaron the other 100 ac. of the land given me by Adam WOFFENDALL when he reaches age 18; daus. Priscilla, Martha, and Mary; bro. Andrew HARRISON to be trustee and overlooker of my eat; ex: wife and son Robert; wits: Aaron THORNLEY, Richard WILKINS. (Robert HARRISON mar. (1) Elizabeth WOFFENDALL and (2) Mary (7) . MAC, p.89.]

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James Hughes 2006-01-05 15:06:07
Abstracts from Records of Richmond County, Virginia; Wm. Mary Qrtly.; Vol 17, No. 2, 1908

1693 - Nicholas Smith, of Sittenburn, and Agatha, his wife, and
Ann, their daughter.
George Tomlin and Hannah, his wife.
Adam Woffendall and Honoria, his wife.
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James Hughes 2006-01-05 15:21:42
Arnold Documentation

Thomas Arnold was born around 1648 in England. He died around
1726 in King George County, Virginia.. The English orgin of Thomas
Arnold is unknown. He may be the Thomas Arnold imported by
James Keys who was granted 200 acres 3 April 1678 on the north
side of the Rappahannock River beginning near the mouth of
Doegs Creek (Virginia Land Patent Bk 6 pg. 630 ). His actual
arrival may well have been somewhat earlier since on 5 Feb.
1677/8 he appears as witness to a deed from ADAM WOFFENDALE
and wife, HONORIA, of 200 acres to John Homes (Rappahannock
Co. Va. Deeds and Wills 1677-1682 pg. 159).
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James Hughes 2006-01-05 14:35:11
p.142. Deed. 1 March 1694/5. Adam Woffendall of Richmond County, planter, to Thomas Arnold of same County, planter, for 2000 lb tobo, 100 acres. In freshes of Rappa River, adj land of Mr Anthony Savage. refers to "Adam Woffendall and Honoria his Wife".
signed
Adam Woffendall
Honoria x Woffendall
Wit:
X'pher Edrington
James Woffendall
Rec. 20 Nov. 1695

Source:
Fleet, Beverley,
Richmond County records, 1692-1704 : Deed book no. 1, 1692-1693, Deed book no. 2, 1693/4-1696, Deed book no. 3, lost, miscellaneous records, 1699-1704
Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. County, 1961, 117 pgs

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CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS PATENT BOOK No. 6; Pg 197
ADAM WOFFENDALL, 783 acs., W'moreland Co., 8 May 1679, p. 681. Granted to Capt. Jno. Ashton 16 Nov. 1664, deserted, &c. N. upon the Beavor Dams of Atopian Cr.. S. (upon) ) Nansatico Path, &r. Trans. of 16 pers: Tim. Green, Jno. Staves (or Stanes), Tone Abbe, Wm. Loyd. Win. Swell, Mary Tiler, Jas. Turner, Samll, Jones. Mas, Johmon, Tho. Fletcher, Timothy. Staves (or Stones), Wm. Knitt, Bridges (or Bridget) Brone (?), Nich. White, Nath Bridge, Geo. Hanes,
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URL (Click on link) http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=681&last=&g_p=P6&co llection=LO Patent
Title Woffendall, Adam.
Publication 8 May 1679.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
Note Location: Westmoreland County.
Description: 783 acres bounded N. with the Beaverdams of Attopin Creek, South Nansatico Path.
Source: Land Office Patents No. 6, 1666-1679 (pt.1 & 2 p.1-692), p. 681 (Reel 6).
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URL (Click on link) http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=107&last=108&g_p=G2&col lection=NN Grant
Title White, Daniel.
Publication 2 December 1694.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311.
Note Location: Westmoreland County.
Description: 292 acres upon Attopin Dam, beg.g at the dam at the southermost bounds of George Thorneís land which he bought of Adam Wofindall.
Source: Northern Neck Grants No. 2, 1694-1700, p. 107-108 (Reel 288).
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URL (Click on link) http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=286&last=&g_p=G2&collec tion=NN Grant
Title Woffendale, Adam.
Publication 22 March 1697/1698.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311.
Note Location: Richmond County.
Description: 440 acres adjoining Ed: Taylor, Joshua Davis and Dr. Spencer.
Source: Northern Neck Grants No. 2, 1694-1700, p. 286 (Reel 288). 
Woffendall, Adam (I022668)
 
76476 The Adam Woffendall who was the father of Robertís first wife had a grant of 783 A. in Northumberland Co. in 1679. (Northern Neck land grants).
His will on file in Richmond Co. dated 1678, probated June 7, 1704
leases 350 A. to his son (son in law) Robert Harrison and his son (son in law) Strother, who lives nearby. Harrison to have first choice.
Leaves 160 A. to daughter Sarah.
To daughter Mary a parcel of land between Dr. Spence and the school house.
Son Francis to have the rest of my land, also the rest of my personal estate to son Francis.
If Francis will not be ruled by his mother my will is that he should live with son (son in law) Harrison.
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Abstracts of Land Records of Richmond County, Virginia 1692-1704, by Mary Marshall Brewer.

2 Oct 1696. Deed of Gift. ADAM WOFFENDALL of Rich Co give unto my dau ELIZABETH HARRISON a 70 a. parcell of land on the main br of Chingateague along the road from THOMAS ARNOLD to my own house, and I do leave it to my dau ELIZABETH'S own disposing to give it to which of her heirs she sees flu also provided that it be not leased nor sold except with my consent or them whom I shall give this plantation that I now live on. Wit: JAMES WOFFENDALL, JNO WOFFENDALL. Ackn 7 Oct 1696. (Bk 2pg: 200)
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/PENLEY/2000-04/0955071168
URL title: PENLEY-L Archives
Note:
Richmond County Deeds 1705-1708

KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I ELIZABETH HARRISON, Wife of ROBERT HARRISON of the Parrish of St. Stephens in county of NORTHUMBERLAND in Virginia do by these presents appoint my well beloved friend SAMLL CHURCHILL of NORTH FARNUM in county of Richmond to be my lawful Attorney to acknowledge all my right and title of a parcel of land wch my husband sold to my SON, WILLIAM PINLEY. it being 100 acres of land as by the Deed of sale may appear as Witness my hand and seale Janry ye 27 1706.
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Old Rappahannock Co VA Deed Book 8 - 1689-1692; Antient Press: pg 110-112
TO ALL XPIAN PEOPLE to whom this present writting shall come Know yee that I ADAM WOFFENDALL of County of Rappa in Colony of Virginia, Planter, send Greeting in our Lord God writing the 15th day of February in yeare of our Lord 1689. Now know yee that I ADAM WOFFENDALL for sum of Four thousand pounds of Tobb: in caske do forever acquitt and discharge WILLIAM MARSHALL and have sold unto sd WM. MARSHALL his heirs one tract of land scituate and being in St. Marys Parish in the aforesd County containing Sixty seven acres more or less as by the Platt under Capt. MOSLEYs hand, Surveyor of the County, bearing date 15th of Febry. 1689/90 and bounded as followeth lying and being on the North side of Rappa River upon the East side of CHINGATEAGUE and begining at a red Oake corner tree of Mr. FRAN: SLAUGHTER and extending alonge Mr. SLAUGHTERs line to an Hickory in the sd line S. W. to a Stake at the angle of a white Oake and a black Oak in the line of Mr. SAMLL. BAYLY, thence alonge the sd SAMLL. BAYLYs line to the land sold by sd SAMLL. BAYLY to PHILLIP HUNNING, JAMES MATHEWS and JOHN EASTER, W. to a white Oake neere a small branch. thence S. E. to the first mentioned red Oak with all its members and appertinances woods mines Quarrys water and all other advantages To have and to hold said tract of land with all the premises unto WM. MARSHALL his heirs and will warrant and forever defend from the claimes of any persons whatsoever and ADAM WOFFENDALL do consent to make such further conveyance as their Councell shall advise and also with his Wife acknowledge this Deed in the County Court of Rappa. In Witness
whereof he sd ADAM WOFFENDALL have sett his hand and seale
Sealed and Delivered in the presents of us
JOSH. DAVIS, ADAM WOFFENDALL
ISAAC DUNE, DEN MURFY
I the sd ADAM WOFFENDALL do sell and add more to the conveyance of said Thirty acres of land unto WM. MARSHALL his heirs and assigne forever begining at a white Oake standing in the line of JNO. EASTER and extending East unto WM. BROWNEs corner tree and thence South alonge the ROAD to a marked Hickory standing on the line of Mr. SLAUGHTER unto the first station menconed this making void all former conveyance acknowledged unto WM. MARSHALL by ADAM WOFFENDALL
Memorandum This 26th day of February Livery & Seisin within parcell of land was delivered to WM, MARSHALL by possession delivery of the sd land by turff and twigg upon part of sd land by ADAM WOFFENDALL
In presence of us Test JOS: DAVIS
Recognitr in Cur Com Rappa 5 die Martii 1689
I do hereby authorize JOSHUA DAVIS my Attorney to acknowledge a conveyance of land unto WM. MARSHALL and this shall be his warrant for so doing As Witness my hand and seale this 26th day of Febry. 1689/90
Sealed and Delivered in the presents of us
DANNIS MURFREY ADAM WOFFENDALL
ISAAC DUN
I do hereby authorize and impower JOSHUA DAVIS my Attorney to acknowledge my third for tract of land unto WM. MARSHALL and this shall be his warrant for so doing as Witness my hand and seale this 26th day of February 1689/90
Sealed and Delivered in presence of us
ELIZ. WOFFENDALL HONORIA WOFFENDALL
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I ADAM WOFFENDALL of County of Rappa in Parish of St. Marys doe acknowledge myself to stand bound unto WM. MARSHALL of aforesd County and Parish in the just sum of Ten thousand pounds of good sound Merchantable Tobacco and Caske on my now Dwelling Plantation or convenient in the Parish aforesd. and for the true performance thereof I bind myself unto sd WM. MARSHALL and for the more further assurance of the true payment of the aforesd sum of Tobb. in Caske I do make over all my right of my now Dwelling Plantacon and One hundred acres of land thereunto belonging with all houses orchards and inclosures & other hereditaments unto WM: MARSHALL his heirs and do warrant the premises aforesd from me my heirs and in confirmation I have sett my hand and seale this 25th day of February 1689/90. The sum is Ten Thousd.
The Condicon of this obligation is the above bound ADAM WOFFENDALL his heirs shall at all times hereafter secure the abovesaid WM. MARSHALL in a quiets and peacable possession and enjoyment of a parcell of land bought of sd ADAM WOFFENDALL and save harmless and indemnified then this obligation to be void else to remain in full force
In Witness hereof sd ADAM WOFFENDALL have put my hand and seale
Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of us
JOSHUA DAVIS, ADAM WOFFENDALL
ISAAC DUNN
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1695-1701 Richmond County, VA, Deed Book 2; Antient Press: (Page 200)
TO ALL TO WHOM these presents shall come. NOW KNOW ye that I ADAM WOFFENDALL of the County of Richmond give and Grant unto my Daughter, ELIZABETH HARRISON, a certain parcel of Land containing Seventy acres more or less beginning at a corner red Oak by a Spring, running along Westward along a line of marked trees to a corner white oak standing upon the Main Branch of CHINGATEAGUE down the Branch along the line of THOMAS ARNOLD to a marked Gum a corner tree, Northwardly along the ROAD from THOMAS ARNOLD to my own House to a Valley to first mentioned red Oak, from me and my heirs unto ELIZABETH HARRISON and her heirs forever, And I do leave it to my Daughter, ELIZABETH's, own disposing to give it to which of her heirs she sees fitt, also provided that it be not leased nor sold except my consent or them whom I shall give this Plantation that I now live on. As Witness my hand & seal this 2d. day of October 1696
Sign'd seed & deliver'd in the presence of us
JAMES WOFFENDALL, ADAM WOFFENDALL
JNO: WOFFENDALL
Recognitr: in Cur: Com: Richmond 7d die 8bris Ano: 1696 et Recordr: 16d die
Test WM. COLSTON, Cl Cur 
Woffendall, Elizabeth (I022666)
 
76477 The Ages of Four Children of Michael & Mercy Curtis.
Mary Curtis was Born the 7th Day of March In y" Yeare 1693/4
Thomas Curtis was Born the 27th Day of Decemb' In the Yeare 1695.
Michall Curtis was Born the ist Day of Septemb' In y" Yeare 1698.
Elizabeth Curtis was Borne the 25th of October In the Yeare 1701.

John Nash Ye Son of John and Ann Nash his Wife was Born November Ye 19th & Baptized Ye 20th of Y3 Same the Reverend Bartholomew Yates And Ye Said John Nash Standing as Godfathers And Mercy Curtis as Godmother Anno Domini 1704. 
Curtis, Mercy MNU (I116255)
 
76478 The Ages of Four Children of Michael & Mercy Curtis.
Mary Curtis was Born the 7th Day of March In ye year 1693/4
Thomas Curtis was Born the 27th Day of Decembr In the Yeare 1695
Michall Curtis was Born the 1st Day of Septemb' In ye Yeare 1698.
Elizabeth Curtis was Borne the 25th of October In the Yeare 1701.


Mary the Daughter of Michaell & Mercy Curtis bap'd 3th of June 1694.
Elizabeth the Daughter of Michaell & Mercy Curtis Baptised the 15th Day of March 1701/2.


John Nash Y' Son of John and Ann Nash his Wife was Born No\-ember
Y'' 19th & Baptized Y' 20th of Y' Same the Reverend Bartholomew
Yates And Y' Said John Nash Standing as Godfathers
And Mercy Curtis as Godmother Anno Domini 1704. 
Curlis, Mary MNU (I085075)
 
76479 The Ages of Four Children of Michael & Mercy Curtis.
Mary Curtis was Born the 7th Day of March In ye year 1693/4
Thomas Curtis was Born the 27th Day of Decembr In the Yeare 1695
Michall Curtis was Born the 1st Day of Septemb' In ye Yeare 1698.
Elizabeth Curtis was Borne the 25th of October In the Yeare 1701.

Mary the Daughter of Michaell & Mercy Curtis bap'd 3th of June 1694.
Elizabeth the Daughter of Michaell & Mercy Curtis Baptised the 15th Day of March 1701/2.
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Middlesex County Court 7th of February 1697 /1698
- Judgment is granted to Capt. RICHARD WILLIS against MICHAELL CURLAS for the sume of six hundred thirty and nine pounds of good sveet sented tobacco and caske due by Bill wth: cost
- Judgment. is granted to Mr. WILLIAM CHURCHHILL and Company against MICHAELL CURLAS for the sume of six hundred and eighty pounds of good sweet sented tobacco and caske due by Bill wth: cost
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1716-1719 Middlesex County Order Book
Middlesex County Court 3d of Januar;y 1718/19
- CURLIS to be bound Apprentice Ordered that WILLIAM CURLIS, Orphan of MICHAEL CURLIS, deced., be bound to WILLIAM DAVIS to learn the Trade of a Black Smith and that Mr. JAMES WALKER, Churchwarden of the Upper Precinct, bind him forthwith 
Curlis, Michael (I111555)
 
76480 The Alexandria Gazette
Friday, August 30, 1850
Alexandria, Virginia
Died In Georgetown, D.C., on Tuesday evening, the 27th instant, John M. Hepburn, a native of Prince Georgeís County, Maryland, in the 61st year of his age. The deceased was, at the time of his death and had been for thirty-eight years consecutively, a clerk in the Adjutant Generalís office, having been appointed on the 12th of September 1812. 
Hepburn, John Muir (I114883)
 
76481 The Andrew Carpenter who married Barbara Weaver was the son of John Carpenter, who lived in the Robinson River Valley. Christopher Zimmerman lived twenty-five miles away (plus or minus) from the Robinson River Valley. Incidentally, William Carpenter, brother of John Carpenter, said that he came in 1721 when he filed a proof of importation. Christopher Zimmerman said that he came in 1717. Christopher Zimmerman never had a land patent in the Robinson River area.

The statement that Andrew Zimmerman married Barbara Carpenter, the daughter of the Rev. William Carpenter, is wrong. Rev. Carpenter was only a teenager during the Revolution, and he did not become a Reverend until about 1791. The correct statement is that Andrew Carpenter, son of John Carpenter, married Barbara Weaver. (John Carpenter was the uncle of the Rev. William Carpenter.) Any references to Andrew Zimmerman at the church or otherwise should be read as Andrew Carpenter. No one knows now where the "Carpenter" family came from in Germany. 
Weaver, Barbara (I005343)
 
76482 The Antecedents of Richard Powell of Amherst County, Virginia", Martha Woodroof Hiden, Volume XX, Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 1949, pp. 43-65.
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://www.giddeon.com/roots/phpGedView/individual.php?view=preview&pid=I1 492&show_changes=yes&PHPSESSID=b41e4eb8bde2d95f8fc17e15a11ec406
URL title: Thomas [Jr.] Powell [Jr.] (I1492)
Note:
3/18/1722 With his wife, Mary, he conveyed to John Jeter one parcel of a tract of land granted to Richard West and Roger Clothworthy and by Roger conveyed to Nicholas Catlett and by him sold to Wm Gibson. John Jeter kept the property only a few years and his deed of sale says that Wm Gibson devised the land to his daughter, Elizabeth Gibson, who was the mother of Mary Powell, the wife of Thomas.

On March 18, 1722 Thomas Powell and Mary conveyed to John Jeter, on moiety (roughly a half interest) of a tract of land (Essex County, Virginia, Deed Book, Volume 17, p. 159)
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Thomas Powell who lived in Sittingburne Parish in Essex County left a Will, written March 2, 1700, stating he was "very sick and weak," which was proved on April 10, 1701 (1701 Essex County Will Book, page 75). He leaves land to be divided equally between his sons, Place and Thomas and his wife Mary, her part at her death to go to son William, cattle to son, William and "these persons that hath the education of my son William till he shall come ot the age of 21 years." He also left bequests to daughters Frances Powell, Elizabeth Salmon, Anne Coffee, and sons, Honours (Honorias) and Place and son-in-law-John Salmon, to be Executors. Signed by mark of Thomas Powell.

1704 Thomas was listed in the Essex Co Quit Rent Roll. He and his three brothers owned equal acreage of land.
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://members.cox dot net/wdegidio/ware/EARLY_PATENTS.htm
URL title: EARLY WARE PATENTS
Note:
1739 - 8 Jun - The last will and testament of Thomas Powell was presented in court by Mary Powell, executrix and proved by the oaths of Samuel Coleman and Thomas Samuel. William Harrison, Nicholas War, Gabriel Long and Robert Taliaferro, or any three of them were appointed to appraise the estate. (Caroline County, Virginia Order Book 1732-1740, Page 538). Note: William Harrison was the son of Andrew Harrison and Eleanor Long (or possibly Elliott), and Nicholas Ware, III, proved William Harrison's will in 1741, along with John Dillard (who was also the writer of Nicholas III's will). Gabriel Long, son of Richard Long, married Margaret Harrison, daughter of Andrew Harrison and Eleanor Long, and it is believed Nicholas Ware, III married Ms. Long daughter of Richard Long and unknown. Nicholas Ware was the brother-in-law of Gabriel Long and Gabriel Long was the brother-in-law of William Harrison. Robert Taliaferro provided security for William Harrison's will in 1741. 
Powell, Thomas (I029114)
 
76483 The Ball book by Margaret Lester Hill mentions that William is from Galway Scotland

Galway is in Western Ireland 
Ramsey, William (I063006)
 
76484 THE BATCHELOR-WILLIAMS FAMILIES AND RELATED LINES by Lyle Keith Williams, Arlington Century Printing, Inc., Arlington, TX 76010 BIBLE RECORDS AND MARRIAGE BONDS, Compiled by Jeanette Tillotson Acklen, Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore County, Maryland, 1967 HALE FAMILY, Research Made and Compiled by Mrs. Edythe Rucker Whitley, Historian and Genealogist, 2710 Belmont Blvd., Nashville, TN, 1934 AMERICAN FAMILIES, The American Historical Society, Inc., New York, from the Library of Congress
Will Record Book #1, pp. 371 and 372, pp. 31 and 32, Record Book, 1808, Sumner County, TN, top of p. 311
THE PRESTON AND VIRGINIA PAPERS OF THE DRAPER COLLECTION OF MANUSCRIPTS, Calendar Series, Vol. I, Publication of the State Historical Society of Madison, Wisconsin, 1915
HISTORIC Sumner COUNTY TENNESSEE by Jay Guy Cisco, Charles Elder Publisher, Nashville, TN, 1971
Event: OCCUPATION Polit. & merch-App. sheriff by William Blount for SW Territory
Event: INFO #2 NC Legis 1783-4, Sullivan. Co. NC(now TN)
Event: INFO #3 Treas. of State of Franklin 1785-1787
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26 May 1746; from Peter Hedgmen of Stafford County, lease of 200 acres on the east side of the Rappahannock River to William Cage for the natural lives of sd. William Cage, his son William and his dau. Peggy (Prince William Co. Deed Book, 1745-1746, p. 66)

William Cage sold the remaining land of his father's on Wicomico River in Charles County, Maryland in 1736 to Edward Ford. His father also sold to Edward Ford. This William Cage's name appears no more in Charles County, Maryland. No marriage records were kept in Charles County, Maryland during this period. In 1746 there is a deed from William Cage of Prince William County, Virginia & Peter Hedgeman for 200 acres in Prince William County, Virginia and mentions that the land goes to William and later to his son William and daughter, Peggy. This land later lay in Fauquier County, Virginia. This deed was ten years after the Charles County, Maryland deed. which was directly across the Potomac River from Prince William County, Virginia and the latter lies directly across the Rappahannock River from Culpeper County, Virginia where we find William Cage (his son) living in 1771.
REF: William County, Virginia Deed Book I p66.
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Prince William County, Virginia Deeds {Antient Press}: Liber I; 1745 - 1746; pp 66-68
THIS INDENTURE made the XXVIth day of May in the year of our Lord One thousand seven hundred & forty six Between PETER HEDGMAN of the County of STAFFORD gent of one part & WILLIAM CAGE of the County of Prince William Planter of the other part Witnesseth that the said PETER HEDGMAN hath granted and to farm let a tract of land being in the said County of Prince William and bounded as followeth Beginning at a corner Swamp Oak it being a corner tree to the land leased EDWARD and WILLIAM TURNER thence along the said EDWARDs line E. to 2 white Oaks on TIN POTT RUN thence up the said Run according to its several Courses to a corner red Oak marked thence N. to a red Oak sapling thence S. E. to a forked chesnut oak thence So, to the beginning containing Two hundred acres of land To the said WILLIAM CAGE his heirs and assigns for and in consideration of the rents & duties hereafter mentioned & for & during the term & space of the natural lives of him the said WILLIAM CAGE, his Son WILLIAM & his Daughter PEGGY Together with all houses & appurtenances whatsoever belonging To Have and To Hold the said Tract of land to him the said WILLIAM CAGE his Son WILLIAM and his Daughter PEGGY or the longet liver of them paying yearly on the 18th day of October being the feast day of St. Luke the Evangelist of the growth of the Plantation the neat sum of One thousand pounds of good merchantable Tobacco & Cask & the quit-rents for the said land & said WILLIAM CAGE doth agree for himself to plant a good sufficient Orchard of Apple trees within five years of date hereof (to consist of One hundred) & of convenient distance & to fence in & preserve the same from the hurt of creaters & as any of them decay to plant others and duly trim and guard them & at the expiration of the term to leave the said Orchard in good repair & the tenement with convenient houses & good sufficient fencing thereon in good repair & fitt for another Tenant to enter upon and that no Sub-tenant shall be taken thereon under the penalty of One thousand pounds of good merchantable Tobacco & Cask over and above the yearly Rent And not transfer the said land to any person whatsoever without the assent first obtained in writing of the said PE-la HEDGMAN under the penalty of Fifty pounds Sterling. In Witness whereof both parties have set their hands and Seals
in presence of us JOHN MAUZY, PETER HEDGMAN
WILLIAM TURNER, EDWARD TURNER WILLIAM , CAGE
At a Court held for the County of Prince William the 26th day of May 1746
PETER HEDGMAN gent acknowledged this Lease to WILLIAM CAGE to be his act and deed and the said WILLIAM acknowledged the same for as much as concerns his part which is admitted to record 
Cage, William (I009123)
 
76485 the beckwiths pg 253

George Beckwith; at Frederick Co., Md., March 25th,
1833, appeared George Beckwith, born May 16th,
1760, and who says he resided a short time in Prince
George Co., Md.; with that exception always lived
in Frederick Uo.; enlisted in the Revolutionary
Army, July, 1776, as a volunteer in Captain George
Beckwith's Co., and marched to Georgetown to guard
that place against Governor Dunsmore; remaining
two weeks, returned., with his company, to Frederick,
and with the consent of Captain George Beckwith,
was taken home by his father, as he had enlisted
contrary to his father's wishes, and was under eighteen
years of age. In July, 1778, he again volunteered
for six months, in the same company, which
was stationed at Frederick, and received a discharge
from Captain Beckwith, and was appointed a ser∑
geant in the same company, in Col. Bailey's Reg.
He mamed Annie Clarkson, who was born in 1792.
At Rockville, Montgomery Co., Md., 1850, appeared
Martha Beckwith, daughter of George Beck∑
with, and says he died December 13th, 1849.

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REPORT FROM THE SECRETARY OF WAR IN RELATION TO THE PENSION ESTABLISHMENT OF THE UNITED STATES 1835
COPIED AND INDEXED BY WILLIAM R. NAVEY, HOLLY RIDGE, NC 28445-0251

GEORGE BECKWITH
MONTGOMERY COUNTY
SERGEANT
MARYLAND MILITIA
$32.50 ANNUAL ALLOWANCE
$97.50 AMOUNT RECEIVED
AUGUST 29, 1833 PENSION STARTED
AGE 74
PAID IN DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 
Beckwith, George (I068199)
 
76486 The Bicentennial History of Georgetown University: From academy to ...
By Robert Emmett Curran
http://www.pwcgov.org/government/dept/library/Documents/RELIC/Reliquary/PWR_1-2003.pdf

Searching for info on Charles ADAMS of Dumfries. His wife is Mary [surname unknown]. He's first found in
Prince William in 1768 where he witnesses an indenture between Joseph DELANEY and Israel FOLSOM. In 1769
Charles purchases 130a on a branch of Powell's Run. 1776 Charles witnesses indenture between William TEBBS and Alexander DOYLE of Dumfries. Charles was appointed Assistant Tobacco Inspector of Dumfries in 1777. In 1781 he purchases property located at 25 Water St., Dumfries, VA. 1781 Charles witnesses indenture between MURRAY and SCOTT in Dumfries. The last reference found of Charles ADAMS in Prince William is 1791 when his taxes are in arrears. Looking for info on parents, spouse and children. Contact: S. Adams, 8669 McGrath Rd., Manassas, VA 20112, mtnlaurl@erols.com  
Doyle, Alexander (I111864)
 
76487 The Biographical Encyclopedia of Kentucky (GS 976.9 D36)
Married (2) 10 November 1805, MARGARET (PEGGY) BELL, Campbell County, Virginia
Children:
Cassius B. - married 3 June 1835 Frances S Leathers
Inventory and appraisement of Estate of Gen'l. Thos. Sandford 13 March
1809 - p. 124
Sale - p. 148
Purchasers:
Margaret Sandford
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Biography from: Biographical Directory of the United States Congress
SANDFORD, Thomas, 1762-1808

SANDFORD, Thomas, a Representative from Kentucky; born in Westmoreland
County, Virginia., in 1762; pursued classical studies; served in the
Revolutionary War; settled on the highlands back of Covington, Kentucky., in
1792 and engaged in agricultural pursuits; delegate to the State
constitutional convention in 1799; member of the State senate 1800-1802;
served in the State house of representatives in 1802; elected as a
Republican to the Eighth and Ninth Congresses (March 4, 1803-March 3,
1807); drowned in the Ohio River near Covington, Kentucky., on December 10,
1808; interment in Highland Cemetery, Fort Mitchell, near Covington,
Kenton County, Kentucky.

Honorable Thomas Sandford
(From: The Biographical Encyclopaedia of Kentucky of the Dead and
Living Men of the Nineteenth Century; pub. 1878; p. 128)
Sandford, Hon. Thomas, was born in 1762, in Westmoreland County, Virginia,
and came to Kentucky in 1792, settling back of Covington. He was the only
member from Campbell County to the second constitutional convention of
the State, in 1799; was several times elected to the Legislature; and was
a member of Congress from 1803 to 1807. He was a man of great natural
talent; was possessed of popular and attractive manners; was over six
feet in height, and commanding in person. His son, Cassius B. Sandford,
was for several years Mayor of Covington; and his sons, Alexander and
Alfred, became prominent men in Kenton County. Mr. Sandford was
accidentally drowned, in the Ohio River, December 10, 1808.
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March 13, 1809, Campbell County, Kentucky. Will Bk. H. pg. 124 
Sanford, Thomas (I035920)
 
76488 the birth record for Ralph is shown as 169_. he appears to the last child born from the register
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1729-1737 Order Book Northumberland Co Va, (Lewis & Booker): Page 202
Waddington, Ralph, will probated 19 of 9br 1735, by Joseph Robinson the executor

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1699-1706 Order Book Part 1 - Northumberland Co Va; Hamrick: Page 365/11
Att a Court held for Northumbld County the 20th day of Sept'r An'o 1705.
RALPH WADDINGTON by his Prochinamy JOHN LANCASTER Bringing his Acc'on of Trespasse ag't JOHN NELSON for that he the s'd NELSON into & upon the Land of the said RALPH by force and Armes Did Enter and Diverse Trespassess Did Com'itt by falling of Timber & Carrying away the same & digging up the Soyle & tending thereof & converting the profits thereof to his owne Use etc, to the PlIts Dam'age five thousand pounds of Tobacco etc. And the s'd NELSON appeareing and in Court Allowed Tenant & Assumed paym't of rent for the s'd Land Whereupon It's the Opinion of the Court that the said NELSON the said Tenant now in possession According to his Assurnpcion pay unto the said JOHN LANCASTER in his said Qualificac'on the sum'e of five hundred pounds of Tobacco the usuall rent by the said Tennant accustomed to be paid for One whole Yeare & in Considerac'on of the said Tennants holding his said Terme of One whole Yeare or Compleateing this p'sent Cropp It's Ordered he pay the same to the said LANCASTER as afores'd with Costs etc.
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1706-1713 Order Book Part 2 - Northumberland Co Va; Hamrick: Page 474/6
At the July Session Continued on July 19, 1707
Whereas RALPH WADDINGTON by his Prochein Ami JOHN LANCASTER brought Scire facias against JOHN NELSON And prayed Confirmation of a former Order of this County Court dated the Twentieth day of September 1705 Obtained by him the said LANCASTER Nearest friend as aforesaid against the said NELSON for One thousand pounds of Tobacco principal and Seventy Four pounds of Tobacco Costs And the said Debt Appearing due The said former Order is Confirmed And Ordered the said NELSON pay the said sum of One thousand - - - pounds of Tobacco with seventy Four pounds of Tobacco the former Costs amounting in the whole to the sum of One thousand Seventy Four pounds of Tobacco unto the said LANCASTER Prochein Ami as aforesaid with the present Costs alias Execution.
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1706-1713 Order Book Part 2 - Northumberland Co Va; Hamrick: Page 736/10
At the July Session Convened July 18, 1711
JOHN LANCASTER having produced to the Court a Copy of a Deed from RALPH WADDINGTON to his Son RALPH WADDINGTON and Attested by the Clerk the same is by the Court approved and on the said LANCASTER s motion Admitted to Record. 
Waddington, Ralph (I119461)
 
76489 the birth records show her mother as Mary... there is only one Samuel and he married in 1731 to Elizabeth Oxford Bowling, Mary (I062979)
 
76490 The Black Hawk War 1831-1832. That volume contains a comprehensive listing of Illinois' Black Hawk War soldiers. It includes the muster rolls for all of the 1831 and 1832 companies including 2 Indian companies. Approximately 1800 men served in the 1831 campaign and 9000 in the 1832 campaign. The Illinois State Historical Library possesses in either original or on microfilm the records from which this information was extracted.

GILBERT, R J PVT J EARLEY VERMILION CO ODD 
Gilbert, R. J. (I004568)
 
76491 The Black Hawk War 1831-1832. That volume contains a comprehensive listing of Illinois' Black Hawk War soldiers. It includes the muster rolls for all of the 1831 and 1832 companies including 2 Indian companies. Approximately 1800 men served in the 1831 campaign and 9000 in the 1832 campaign. The Illinois State Historical Library possesses in either original or on microfilm the records from which this information was extracted.

GILBERT, SYLVESTER PVT A BAILEY VERMILION CO MOORES 
Gilbert, Sylvestor (I004569)
 
76492 the Bowie & Their kindred by Walter Worthngton Bowie
he is the son of Ignatus Tayor and his wife Anne and was born Sept 11, 1742 in St Mary's County Maryland. He served in the Reolutionary Army and retired with the rank of major. He was a justice of the peace, and afterward moved to Washington County and was elected to the Legislature l787-88. He was also a judge of the orphans court and is mentioned as a man of exceedingly high character. He died Sept 21, 1807. His wife Barbara died Feb 26, 1805
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Chambers_(politician) 
Taylor, Ignatius (I069411)
 
76493 the bowie book has Rachel Pottinger mixed up with Rachel Wickham
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POTTENGER, ANN, Prince George's Co. widow 15 May, 1767 3 Feb 1768
Children: Elizabeth Camphin, Anne Beall wife of James Beall, Rachel Magruder wife of Zadock Magruder, Eleanor MacGill wife of Thomas McGill and Mary Congrove.

Grandchildren; Robert Pottenger, son of Robert; Allen and John Bowie; Robert Camphin; Anne and Rachel Pottenger, children of Robert; Basil Cramphin, Richard Pottinger Cramphin, sons of Elizabeth; Elizabeth and Sarah Smith, daus. of Mary

Bro: Samuel Evans;
sister: Priscilla MacClain.

I bequeath 25 lbs. to build a wall of brick or stone around the graveyard on plantation where I live.
Ex: Thomas MacGill.
Wit: John Kingsbury, Thomas Cramphin, Jr. MCW 369 361
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William Bowie, Jr. 54.132 PG £290.3.6 Apr 9 1753 Jun 27 1753
Appraisers: Samuel White, John Lamar, Jr.
Creditors: Benjamin Berrry, John Sprigg.
Next of kin: James Magruder Jr., James Beall.
Administratrix: Rachel Bowie. 
Pottinger, Rachel (I007835)
 
76494 the bowie book has Rachel Pottinger mixed up with Rachel Wickham
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PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, MARYLAND WILLS; Liber T No. #1; 1790-1796;
Folio 322 RACHEL POTTINGER
'''being in perfect health " 10/11/1786 03/19/1793
Bequeaths to:
I. James Miller
-to have a mourning ring valued at 1 guinea
2. Baruch Duckett --son-in-law
-to have mourning ring valued at 1 guinea with the initials of tesitatrix's name engraved
3. Margery Perry --daughter-in-law
-to have an elegant gold locket valued at 5 pounds with testatrix's name engraved on the back
4. Mary Pottenger --daughter-in-law
-to have an elegant gold locket valued at 5 pounds with testatrix's name engraved on the back
5. Ignatius Perry --son (of Berkeley County, Virginia)
Robert Pottinger --son
-remainder of the estate to be divided between them
-Robert named executor of the will
Witnesses: Belt Brashears, Thomas Lyles
Then came: Thomas Lyles
Note: the testatrix signed the will in her own hand
===Maiden name may be Rachel Harris
Charles Perry 21.383 A PG £582.16.7 £82.9.2 Aug 8 1745
The amount of the accounts also included £45.14.5 in sterling.
Received from: Thomas Conn, Thomas Crampton, George Tomlinson, Elisabeth Hall, administratrix of Henry Culver, executor of Robert Beale, Richard Waters, George Moore, George Atwood, Higginson Belt, William Murdock, Thomas Butler, James Lee, Ignatius Perry, Charles Chittam, Mr. Joseph Adams (merchant in London), Charles Rogers, James Biry, John Adamson, Benjamin Harris, James Lee, Sr., Samuel Beal, Grove Tomlinson, Rachel Harris, Benjamin Perry.
Payments to: Benjamin Perry, James Perry, Benjamin Perry (constable) for executing warrants on George Conn & Alexander Hall, Robert Chittam, Lord Baltimore paid to John Magruder per Ignatius & Nicholas Diggs, Dr. Spigg, Dr. John Robertson paid to William Beal, Mr. Peter Dent, Daniel Dulany, Esq., John Hepburne.
Legatees: Ignatius Perry (son) paid to James & Benjamin Perry & Nathaniel Wickham, Jr., Easter (sister) paid to Benjamin Perry.
Executrix: Rachel Pottenger, wife of Robert Pottenger.
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Perry, Charles, planter, Prince George's County, 8th Apr., 1741
24th May, 1741.
To wife Rachel, dwelling plantation.
To son Ignatius, 9100 to be used by bros. James and Benjamin and Nathaniel Wickham in purchasing 400 or 500 A. of land.
To sis. Easther (Hester), £5 to be used by Benjamin in purchasing 100 A. land.
Exs.: Rachel and bro. Ignatius.
Test: John Robertson, Ninian Tannehill, Margret Waters. 22.38
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Charles Perry 30.360 PG £582.16.7 Sep 15 1741 Apr 22 1745
Appraisers: Ninian Beall, Sr., James Edmondston (also James Edmonston).
Creditors: Benjamin Perry, James Perry, Ninian Tannihill.
Next of kin: Benjamin Perry, James Perry.
Executrix: Rachel Pottinger (late Rachel Perry), wife of Robert Pottinger 
Wickham, Rachel (I015321)
 
76495 The Bowies & their kindred by Walter Worthington Bowie
She is the daughter of Osborne Sprigg Sr. and his wife Rachel Belt. 
Sprigg, Esther (I019151)
 
76496 THE BROCKMAN SCRAPBOOK
Author: Brockman, William Everett
Publication: Minneapolis: Midland National Bank 1952
Pg 2
Rebecca Salmon is thought to possibly be the daughter of Capt. John Thomas Salmon. He was son of Thomas and Amey of the Barbadoes
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Thomas Salmon 2.160 I #114375 Oct 8 1675 Jul 4 1676
Appraisers: Joseph Hopkins, Nicholas Alleine.
List of debts: Robert Chapman, John Keeley, Joan Wright, Henry Ward, John Shelton, Thomas Broomdane, Charles James, John Gilbert, William White, Thomas Middlefield, Mr. Wharton, Samuell Hatton, William Burt, Richard Leaks, Joseph Chew, Samuell Smith, Andrew Toleson, Thomas Arnold. {runaway}, Vinsant Elliott, Thomas Jones of Patapsco, Edward Trescome, John Hyland, John Larkin, Cornelius Steenchart, Giles Porter, Ralph Hutchinson, Jeremy Eaton, Williarn Palmer, William Singcleare for Phillip Holieger, Richard Harvey, Thomas Marley, Robert Sanders, Jahn Wise, Cornelius Arronson, James Craford, Richard Adams, Francis Chile, John Gibbs, John Gilbert, Thomas King, Samuell Hughes, Robert Cooke, Andrew Peterson, Thomas Rumsey, Richard Whitton, Richard Edmons, Thomas Erburyy, Robert Morgan, Mounse Anderson, William Dunkerton, John Chadwell, John Waterton and Robert Sanders, Robert Turner, Henrick Matson, William Talbott, Thomas Berwick, Nicholas Buckston, Lawrence Cristion, Henry Enless, John Newton, Robert Croocke, William Johnson, Thomas Pryor, John Brisco, Thomas Cooke, Abraham Coffin, James Ringold, Jahn James, Joseph Hopkins, Vinsant Elliot, Thomas smith, John Poole, Morris O'Daniel, Cornelius Boyce, Peter Johnson, John Rogers, Gearge Brookes, James Megregry, Isaack Glarmish, George Wilson, Phillip Halieger, Robert Vickars, Richard Ball, Alexander Bradshaw, William Baggarley, James Bynam, Bartlet Henderson, James Cogle, Richard Collins, Uriah Dyke, Robert Dorman, Henrfck Dull, William Galloway , Joseph Heringden, Robert Jones, Andrew Mullock, Richard Moss, John Powell, John Tylor, Roger Robert, Thomas Todd, Richard Thurle, George Harris, William Savin, Barnard Uty, Roger Shacock, Hugh Williams, Thames Jones in Bush River, Martin Muckinburger Richard Drury, Thomas Weymouth, Thomas Lewis, Richard Lee, Samuel, Bowen, John Desjardines, William Tyson, Gearge Baxter, John Ogle, Thomas Royley, George Hygombothom, William Card, Edward Beck, James Heborne, M. Risbill, George Utye, Jermy Eaton, John Bignall, Anthon Briscoe, Edmond Blackstone, Edwarde Swanson, John Walston, Daniell Mecary, Phill. Loyd, John Thorpe {runaway}, John Keeley, Richard Davis, Thomas Heath, John Tarkintan, John Leader, John West, Thomas Hauker, Henry Ward, Thomas Dall, Thomas Wainsey, Thomas Broomedone, Maunce Andrews, Gilbert Cox, Oliver Matison, John Chamber, Lodwick Williams, John Weeler, Sr., John Wheeler, Jr., Patrick Carr, William Ward, John George, Richard Dixon, William Dunckertan, Francis Bellowel, William Morgan, Henry Penington, Capt. John Carr, John Turpin, Jacob Singleton, Benjamin and Gideon Gundry, Richard Boyer, l,odwick Martin, Thomas Erberry, John Ryland, Roger Laramore, Robert Hughes (runaway}, Nick Donnell, Thomas Matthews, John Lawrence, Cesar Prince, William Curror, John Rye, James Wraith, Lewis Bryant, Samuell Debante, Henry Howard, William Gyles, John Gibbs, Samuen Boston, William Chadborne, Richard Edmons, John Browning, Thomas Rumsey, Brewerton Vaughan, Ambrose Harris, Thomas and Samuell Hedge Ed. Blay, John Greland, John Dixon, Thomas Long, Thomas Overton, William Powell, Samuell Trasey, Francis Vincent, John Lee, Thomas Marley, William York, Richard Windley, Thomas Jones, Mr. Haslewood for William Pike, John Martiall, Christopher Topley, Walter Wharton.
Administrator: Nathaniell Stiles,
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Mr. Thomas Salmon 5.447 I #1926 May 21 1677
Mentions : William Jones .
Administrator: Mr. Henry Stocket.
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Mr. Thomas Salmon 5.448 A CE #1926 #14784 Mar 1 1678
List of debts: Henry Howard, John Hillen, Isaak Haynes, Samuell Hatton, William White, estate of Nathaniel Stiles.
Payments to: Mr. George Parker, William White.
Administrator: Mr. Henry Stocket.
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Thomas Salmon 5.341 A CE #5068 #24528 oct 12 1678
Payments to: Nicholas Shaw, William Pearce, Joseph Langley, William Pate, John James, John Hogsan (also John Hodgson}, James Wroth, John Howell paid to Jonathon Sibrey, Francis Lovelace, John Dixon, Mr. George Wells, Nicholas Allum, John Vanhacke, John Desjardins, William Calvert, Esq.
Administrator/Executor: James Stavely.
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John Sheircliffe 4.140 I SM #8023 Mar 26 1677
Appraisers: Robert Ford, Thomas Salmon.
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Anne Sheircliffe 4.141 I SM #4845 Mar 26 1677
Appraisers: Robert Ford, Thomas Salmon.
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Diniard, Thomas, St. Mary's County, 1st Nov., 1659; 28th Dec., 1659.
To Henry Thomas, son of Robert Thomas, Thomas Thomas 2 child., Charles Delahey, Arthur Delahey, John Hamon, son of Benjamin Hamon, Furfer Hocker, wife of John Hocker, Thomas Salmon, son of Stephen Salmon, Mary Shipps, wife of Richard Shipps, Vincent Mansell and Rev. Mr. Fitzher-bert, (priest), personalty.
Exs.: WM. Assiter, Chas. Maynard.
Test: Barth. Philips, Robt. Thomas, Robt. Joyner, David Boing, John Burrows. 1. 82.
 
Salmon, Thomas (I036412)
 
76497 THE BROCKMAN SCRAPBOOK
Author: Brockman, William Everett
Publication: Minneapolis: Midland National Bank 1952
Pg 2
Rebecca Salmon is thought to possibly be the daughter of Capt. John Thomas Salmon. He was son of Thomas and Amey of the Barbadoes 
Salmon, Rebecca (I036403)
 
76498 the buckner book places this Thomas as the Son of Richard Buckner b. 1661
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http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=191&last=&g_p=GG&co llection=NN Grant
Title Powell, John.
Publication 14 June 1749.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311.
Note Location: Culpeper County.
Description: 360 acres between Stanton and Conway Rivers adjoining Thomas Buckner and on the north side of Conway River.
Source: Northern Neck Grants G, p. 191 (Reel 292). 
Buckner, Thomas (I023644)
 
76499 The buckners of virginia pg 155

Will of Baldwin Mathews Buckner
In the name of God, Amen. I, Baldwin Mathews Buckner of
the Parish of Ware and County of Gloucester, being weak in body
but of perfect and sound mind and memory do make and publish
this my last will and testament in manner following (viz.) firstj
it is my will and desire that if my executors can't raise as much
money from my estate as will purchase each of my younger sons
a tract of land as. they shall come of age, that then they either
swap or sell my land and the land swapped for or bought with
the money that they sell my land for be equally divided among
my four sons, them and their heirs forever. Also it is my will and
desire that after all are paid the remainder of my personal estate
and slaves be equally divided among my sons as they shall come
of age, also if my executors can provide a Tract of Land for each
of my younger sons as they my executors think is sufficient.
Item. I give my land wherein I live to my son Thomas Buckner
to him and his heirs forever, also if my son Samuel shall choose
to be a Ship Carpenter that then my executors choose five negro
boys out of my state and bind with him to such master as they
shall think proper, which said ē give my son
Samuel, he being accountable for the appraised value as they
were appraised taken of the Inventory when he receives his proportion
of my estate, also it is my will and desire that each of my
sons pay Sarah Lemmon twenty-five shillings annually for her
maintenance and that she be at liberty to live with which of my
sons she chooses.
Lastly, I constitute and appoint my brother John and Mordecai Buckner, my friends John Cary and John Chisman, my sons Thomas, Samuel, Robert and John Buckner my executors of this my last will and testament, and that my brothers John and Mordecai be guardians to my sons and have full power to act for the benefit of my children in the same manner as if I myself was present, and that they give no security for their administration.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and fixed my seal
this 5th day of April, 1774.
Witnesses: John Elliot.
John Tompkins.
Geo. Booth, Jr.
John Buckner.
At a court held for Gloucester County on Thursday the 5th
day of Nov., 1778, this will was this day proved in open court by
the oath of John Buckner a witness thereto, who also made oath
that he saw John Tompkins and Geo. Booth, Jr., the other two
witnesses who are dead, sign the said will as witnesses in the presence
of the said Testator, and thereupon the same was by the court
admitted to record and is recorded.
Teste. Thomas Nelson, Jr. [c.c.] 
Buckner, Baldwin Mathews (I045425)
 
76500 THE BURCH FAMILIES OF SOUTHERN MARYLAND TO 1800 by Ralph D. Smith

BENJAMIN BURCH OF ST. MARY'S CO., and wife SARAH July 1710 - The St. Mary's Co., Md. will of John Burch, probated July 1710, leaves to sons John and Benjamin, executors, the residue of his estate, both real and personal.
Source: MCW, Vol. 3, p. 174.
Comment: Since Benjamin appears to be an adult in this record (he is named an executor), he would be b. by 1689.

June 30, 1721 - The St. Mary's Co., Md. Inventory of Benjamin Birch/Burch.
Appraisers: John Attaway and Samuel Tennison (value 14/9/6.)
Creditor: T. T. Greenfield.
Next of kin: Richard Breawer [sic; probably "Brewer"].
Administratrix: Sarah Birch, who filed the inventory on Mar. 8, 1721/2.
Source: Skinner, Inventories, 1720-1724, p. 18.
Comment: There is no administration account for Benjamin, probably because of the small value of the estate. These are the only two records found for Benjamin, leaving us with several unanswered questions. Did Benjamin and Sarah have children? Did Sarah remarry? What was Sarah's maiden name? What was the relationship of next-of-kin Richard Brewer? As to whether Benjamin and Sarah Birch had children, the reader should be on the lookout for otherwise unidentified Burchs who come of age in St. Mary's Co. in the 1730's or 1740's. It is likely that Sarah remarried, but I have found no clue as to what her new name might have been.
Although it would be my guess that Richard Brewer was related to Sarah rather than to Benjamin, I have found no evidence that Brewer was Sarah's maiden name. The book "St. Mary's County, Maryland; Colonial Period Tenants and Owners of 'Beaverdam Manor' and Surrounding Manors," by Mary Louise Donnelly, contains a history of the Brewer family (at pp. 39-42), but does not show a Sarah Brewer available to be Benjamin's wife. Richard Brewer did have two 1st cousins, Sarah Thomas and Sarah Dorrell, for whom Donnelly does not show husbands.
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Benjamin Burch 7.52 SM £14.9.6 Jun 30 1721 Mar 8 1721
(also Benjamin Birch)
Appraisers: John Attaway, Samuell Tennison.
Creditors: T. T. Greenfield.
Next of kin: Richard Breawer.
Administratrix: Sarah Birch. 
Burch, Benjamin (I080897)
 

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