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

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76901 William mentioned in 1844 estate sale of Alexander in Boone county Ky, also administrator will Vincent.

1820 census
males
under 10 - 0
10-15 -0
16-18 - 0
18-25 - 1 william
26-44 - 0
over 45 - 0

females
under 10 - 1
10-15 - 0
16-25 - 1 wife
26-44 - 0
over 45 - 0

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James Hughes 2006-10-24 23:29:36

MARSHALL, WM (1860 U.S. Census)
MISSOURI , AUDRAIN, PRAIRIE TWP
Age: 63, Male, Race: WHITE, Born: MD
Series: M653 Roll: 606 Page: 794

Wm Marshall 63 M Farmer Md
Eliza 63 F Md
Vincent 20 M Ioway (Indianapolis)

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MARSHALL, WILLIAM (1870 U.S. Census)
MISSOURI , AUDRAIN, PRAIRIE TWP
Age: 72, Male, Race: WHITE, Born: MD
Series: M593 Roll: 756 Page: 518

Marshall, William 72 M W Farmer Maryland

Mexico Missouri, founded by emigrants from Kentucky, North Carolina, Virginia, and Tennessee in 1836, has deep roots in the firebrick industry, agriculture and world renowned saddle horses.

PIONEERS OF WARREN CO. written 1876
Martha A. WYATT married THOMAS J. MARSHALL, of Mexico, MO. who was county clerk of Warren Co. for 18 years.

WYATT, Frank Wyatt was a native of N.C., but settled and lived in
Montgomery County, Kentucky. He came to MO. 5 times to look at the country, but
could never make up his mind to move here. He had 4 sons, John, Anthony,
Douglass and Joseph. John was a captain in the war of 1812. He settled
in MO. in 1817, and married ATTOSSA SHARP, by whom he had 7 children;
John, Jr., Sarah, Harriet, Catharine, Margaret, Lucy and Mary. Anthony
came to MO. in 1816. He married MARY SMITH, daughter of HENRY SMITH and
NANCY DAVIS, (who were natives of Wales), and by her he had Henry S.,
James W., Joseph, Martha A., Nancy J., and Frank. Douglass Wyatt settled
in MO. in 1817. He married ELIZABETH SEE of Montgomery County, and they had
Hayden, Amanda, Emily, Frank, Douglass, Jr., Joseph and Mary. Joseph
Wyatt, son of Frank, Sr., died a bachelor, in Franklin County, MO.
(Children of Anthony Wyatt). Henry S. married SARAH HOPPING. James W.
married MARTHA A. PEARLE. Joseph married SUSAN GRISWOLD, Martha A.
married THOMAS J. MARSHALL, of Mexico, MO. who was county clerk of
Warren Co. for 18 years. Nancy J. married JOHN JONES, of Mexico, MO.
Frank was married twice: first to ELIZA A. JONES, and after her death,
to MARIA FARSDALE. Mr. Wyatt built a ferry boat for THOMAS HOWELL, who
paid him in gold, and then offered to run a foot race for the money he
had paid him. But Mr. Wyatt did not consider it safe to take the risk,
notwithstanding he was a young man and Mr. H. was 67 years old.

PIONEERS OF WARREN CO. written 1876
LAMME, William T. and James Lamme were sons of Robert Lamme of Bourbon
Co., Kentucky. William T. settled in (now) Warren County, MO., in 1803. He was
1st Lieutenant in NATHAN BOONE's company of rangers, and was afterward
major or a regiment. He married FRANCES CALLAWAY, daughter of FLANDERS
CALLAWAY and JEMIMA BOONE, and granddaughter of DANIEL BOONE, by whom he
had 10 children: Serena, Zarina, Hulda, Cornelia, Missouri, Josephine,
Jackson, Leonidas, Achiles and Napoleon B. Mr. Lamme had a good
education, was a find business man, and left his family in good
circumstances at his death. Zarina Lamme married WILLIS BRYAN, a son of
DAVID BRYAN, who was the first settler within the present limits of
Warren Co. Hulda married JOHN BRYAN, called "Long Jack", on account of
his extraordinary height, who was also a son of DAVID BRYAN. Missouri
married JESSE CATON. Joseph married CAMPBELL MARSHALL. All of the above
are dead except Hulda, who lives with her son, John C. Bryan, who is
recorder of Franklin County, and a prominent and influential citizen.
Achiles Lamme lives in Montana, where he carries on an extensive
mercantile business. Napoleon B. lives in California. Serena married
LEWIS HOWELL.

DUNCAN, Joseph C. duncan, of Buckingham County, Virginia., was of Scotch descent.
He married NANCY MADDOX, and settled in Christian County, Kentucky., in 1817.l In
1829 he removed to MO and settled in Callaway Co. where he lived the
rest of his life. His wife died in 1860, and he died in 1870. They had 9
children, but 2 of them died before they were grown. The names of the
other children were Elizabeth A., Frederick W., Ouslow G., Jerome B.,
Artinicia, Merrett B., and Edward. Elizabeth A. married JOHN MCMAHAN,
and is now a widow. Frederick W. lives in Oregon. Ouslow G. married
JULIA A. BROADWATER, and lives in Audrain Co. Jerome B. married MARY
GEORGE. Artinicia married COLONEL MARSHALL S. COATS, of Coats' Prairie.
Merrett B. married MARY E. BERKETT. He is a prominent banker of Mexico,
MO. Edward married MARTHA MCMAHAN and lives in Monroe Co. Joel and
Richard were the two who died before they were grown.

PIONEERS OF WARREN CO. written 1876 H - J
HART, Capt. Hart was a native of the state of N.J., where, during the
French and Indian war, previous to the American revolution, he raised a
company of men and was commissioned Captain. He was with GENERAL WOLF's
army at the battle of Quebec, in Canada, in 1759, where that gallant
young general fell. Capt. Hart's company behaved with great gallantry on
that occasion, and the men, who were dressed in blue uniforms, were
afterward known as the "Jersey Blues". Honest John Hart, as he was
called, was a son of Capt. Hart, and one of the signers of the
Declaration of Independence. Nathaniel, the 4th son of Honest John Hart,
settled in Mason County, Kentucky., in 1795. His son, also named Nathaniel, was
born May 5, 1794, and came to MO. in 1819. He settled first in St.
Charles County, where he remained 1 year, and then, in 1820, removed to
Warren County, and settled near Pinckney; where on March 6, 1823, he was
married to UNITY L. MARSHALL, daughter of JOHN MARSHALL, of Montgomery
Co., Kentucky., who was one of the first settlers of Warren Co. Mr. Hart is
now living in Boone County, in his 83rd year. He had several children, but
they all died in infancy, except two sons, Joseph E., and Alfred H., who
also live in Boone Co. He has in his possession, a cane that belonged to
his grandfather, Honest John Hart. 
Marshall, William (I083917)
 
76902 William Merrick 10.272 CH £80.4,3 May 21 1724 Jan 25 1724
Appraisers: William Williams, Thomas Wright.
Creditors: Thomas Osburn, John Harrison.
Next of kin: John Filburt, Thomas Smith.
Administratrix: (name not given), 
Merrick, William (I013517)
 
76903 William Mitchell (of William and Rosamound) bapt. 2 Oct 1701. Mitchell, William (I100445)
 
76904 William Mitchell and Lucy Vandanle m. 2 Jul 1721 Family F39887
 
76905 William Mudd b. 1723, Md. d. 1804 Washington County, Kentucky. Married 1759, Chas. Co. Md. Elizabeth Clements, daughter of William Clements and Mary Hanson (6 children born)
Richard, William, Walter, Francis, Mary, and Henrietter.
Henrietter Married Nicholas Sanaberry.
Nicholas d. 11-24-1812 (before).
Henrietter married 2nd. Mark Simms.
Seven Children were born to Henrietter. 
Hanson, Mary (I001914)
 
76906 William Muse Guardian Pope, Sarah (I025729)
 
76907 William Muse Guardian Pope, John (I025732)
 
76908 William Neelson and Deborah Fairbrother m. 12 Dec 1746 Family F39885
 
76909 William Neelson and Deborah parents of Mary Ann Neelson dau b. 11 Dec 1749;
Richard Neelson son b. 15 Mar 1751; William Neelson son b. 13 Apr 1753;
Aria Neelson dau b. 6 Oct 1755; Thomas Fairbrother Neelson son b. 6 Feb
1757. 
Nelson, William (I100444)
 
76910 william or jeremiah ?
===
1750-1770 Wills-Admin Northumberland Co Va, (Lewis & Booker): Page 249
Jeffries, Sarah
W. W. 12 December 1767----W. P. 13 June 1768
To my sister Elenor Knott-my negro fellow Tom.
To my sister Leazure Beacham-my bed and furniture.
To Molly Rust-a piece of Virginia Cloath for a gown, now at my sister's, Elenor Knott.
To my friend George Rust-thirty five pounds, due by bond from Jeremiah Hall.
Rest of my estate to my sister Elenor Knott.
Friend George Rust, executor.
Witness: Richard Attwill, James Rust, and William Barecroft. 
Jeffries, Jeremiah (I117832)
 
76911 William Orrick and Katherine Duvall m. 22 Oct 1700 Family F21414
 
76912 William Otto Rust was born 19 AUG 1840 in Warren County, Virginia. He married Henrietta M. Jones 24 FEB 1873 in Warren County, Virginia, daughter of Gideon W. Jones and Elizabeth Anne Shepler. She was born ABT 1849 in Warren County, Virginia. Rust, William Otto (I007336)
 
76913 William Parcker 1.39 I CA #3524 Apr 16 1674
Appraisers: George Parcker, John Hance. 
Parker, William (I011794)
 
76914 William Pecket 32A.100 I BA £154.15.4 Aug 17 1710
The amount of the inventory also included #57849.
Appraisers: Matt. Green, Moses Groome,
Creditors: Thomas Chamberlaine, Richard Colegate.
Next of kin: William Peckett, Temp. Lowe.
List of debts: John Hart of Philadelphia, Robert Packer of Philadelphia, Nicholas Fitzimons, Moses Groom, Robert Green, John Hall, Esq., Charles Hewet, William Hicks, Sr., Oliver Harwood, John Lacock, Thomas Newsum, Charles Merryman, estate of Roger Matthews, Peter Paggen & Co., Thomas Preston, Sr., Henry Dunahue, Thomas Renolds, James Read, Col. John Thomas, Thomas Tally (of Kent), George Yates, Edward Batson, Thomas Chalkly, Garret Garrison, John Harriman, William Harris (of Kent), Thomas Hutchings, William Hicks, Henry Jonas, Richard Lenox, Charles Merryman, Sr., Patrick Murfy, Col. Ja. Maxwell, Ja. Phillips, Aquila Paca, Sarah Skates, Nicholas Rogers, Luke Raven, Charles Simonds, William Talbot, Pearce Welsh, Thomas Bale, Samuel Brown, Anthony Drew, Martin Depost, Laurance Draper, Jenkins Griffing, Jeremiah Hakes, Samuel Jackson, Robert Jubb, William Adams, John Cook, Christopher Gardner, Dutton Lane, John Costly, Hugh Jones, Simond Person, David Thomas, Thomas Morris, Owen Sullivan, George Yorke, Lewis Barton, William Hitchcock, William Deson, Robert Derumple, James Carroll, Charles Ramsey, Matthew Organ, Mary Standeford, John Fitzredmon, Robert Parker, George Chancy, George Berry, Valentine Browne (of Kent), Francis Dallahide, Thomas Frisby (of Kent), Thomas Fletcher, John Eales, John Gay, Daniel Kendall, George Newport, George Ogg, John Stokes, John Simkings, John Wallis, Lewis Poidell, William Wilkinson, John Greeniffe, Edward Galtond, John Hall (planter), Charles Hyat (of St. George), James Ishum, John Anderson, Robert Cutchin, Stephen Bently, Peter Norton, John Swinyard, Samuel Grining, Enoch Spinks, Daniel Matheny, Christopher Cox, Mr. Richard Colegate, John Ensor, John Miles (carpenter), John Cotterell, John Maddy, John Whitaker, Thomas Crumwell, John March, Selah Dormont, Thomas Temple, Robert Roberts, John Deavor, George Wells, Abraham Taylor, Phillip Branicon, Thomas Burchfield, James Barky, Ann Felks, Nicholas Fitzimonds, John Landis, John Edwards, Thomas Gilbert, William Morrington, William Norris, Goyon Stephenson of Philadelphia, John Selman, George Tracy, Benjamin Williams, John Roberts (lawyer), James Fugate, John Hurst, Richard Jeferys, George Lester, William Reade, John Thornbury, John Thickpenny, Richard Catling, Stephen Fowler, John Hagoe, Robert Clarke, Christopher Durbin, Richard Horner, John Kimball, Thomas Roberts, Samuel Sicklemore, miles Temple, Charles Turleswaine, John Welsh, Emanuel Selah, Alexander Graves, Philip Conner, Henry Davison, Margarett Foster, Christopher Hoe, William Chew, David Evans, Henry Roades, John Beverly, Robert Cannaby, John oldton, John Cannon, John Cotter, Hugh Brannacon, Edward Carter.
List of debts due deceased's wife (unnamed) before her marriage: John Standford,
===
William Pickett 6.94 A BA £113.10.8 £83.14.4 Sep 8 1724
(also William Peckett). A second inventory was cited in the amount of 8.14.4.
List of debts: Samuel Sicklemore (dead), Lewis Nowell, Robert Cutchin, Matthew Talbott (runaway).
Payments to: Archibald Rollo, John Crockett, George Buchanan, Thomas Fullwood, William Anderson, William Hitchcox, Vaugham Davis who married the heiress (unnamed) of Gideon Skeats whose widow (unnamed) Peckett (the deceased) married, Benjamin Jones (accountant), William Lowe (accountant). Administrators: William Low, Benjamin Jones. 
Pickett, William (I068825)
 
76915 William Penington 35A.176 I AA £17.17.0 Mar 22 1713
Appraisers: Charles Rivers, Henry Hillard.
===
William Penington 35A.202 A AA £17.17.0 £12.16.6 May 25 1714
Payments to: William Penington, Titus Penington.
Administrator: Thomas Penington.
===
Withers, Samuel, Anne Arundel Co., 23rd Mch., 1670; 2nd June, 1671.
To wife Eliza:, 1/2 estate, real and personal.
To son Samuel, 1/2 estate at majority and entire estate at death of wife afsd.
To the care of Capt. William Burgess and Richard Hill are committed William Pennington and Thomas Pennington, orphans of William Pennington of Anne Arundel Co., to whom is left testator's estate in event of death of son Samuel afsd.
Test: Thomas March, Robt. Lusbie, Richard Hill. 1. 436.
===
Elisabeth Withers (widow) 6.98 A AA #61689 Jun 3 1679
Payments to: John Ricks, Thomas Buckanan, Thomas Tyson, Mrs. Anne Norwood, Mr. Abell Browne, John Hillen, John Larkin, Mr. Henry Stockett, William Pennington, Thomas Penington, Mr. Richard Glover (merchant) of London, Mr. Bartholomew Glovins (?), John Spicer, Dr. Neale (administrator of Thomas Marsh),
Mentions: Mr. Samuel Withers with land on the Choptank River.
Administrator: Capt. Richard Hill.
===
Henry Lewis 6.156 I AA Apr 28 1679
Servants mentioned: Thomas Rugg, John Draper, Jenery Chappell, Barbary Ball, Anne Floyd.
Appraisers: William Hawkins, Richard Gwinn.
List of debts: Simon Herring, Richard Jefferis (runaway), Johanna Norman, Morrice Hooper, Thomas Watkins of Baltimore County, Richard Taylor, Morrice Baker, Joseph Norwood, William Jones, John Brewer, Joseph O'Keen, Richard Benison, Mary Barnard, Thomas Buckwell, Theophiles Hackitt, John Fish, Thomas Cleverly, Dawson, Barnett Eglestone, John Williams, John Davis, Thomas Beech, Jonas Boyne, Charles Stevens, Daniell Edye, Thomas Dadd, Richard Kenison, Mathew Howard, James Croutch, Lawrence trapper and Robert Grimes, John Richlous, John Price (runaway), Thomas Lawrence, Samuel Croutchill, Robert Tylar, John Thornton, John Bolston, John Pine, Margarete Ailcock, Thomas Ayers, Richard Ball, Thomas Browne, Enoch Boston (dead), Humphry Boon, John Bolton, John Button, Peter Bond, Ebenezar Blackstone, William Cocks, John Clarke, Joseph Connaway, John Cross, William Cook, John Cousen, Joseph Deffreen, William Davis, Thomas Drew, Edward Dorsey, Robert Davavadge (?), Thomas Beech, Ralph Hawkins, widdow Gardner, Robert Eagle, William Hawkins, Josias Hall, Charles Howell, William Penington, William Jones, widdow Lisbie, Thomas Lawrence, Edward Lunn, Rowland Nance, Joseph Norwood, James Offord, Robert Parmbe John Ray, Henry Rigby, Adam Sheply, William Stanton, Edward Tadd, Richard Tayle, Thomas Tally, John Worrace, Henry Welden, Hugh Welden, Thomas Fenn, Francis Underwood, John Gray, William Petticoate, Thomas Tucker, John Hammond, William Smith, James Smith, Thomas Francis, Mathias Stevenson, Henry Johnson, John Smith, Thomas Hooker, Abraham Childs, John Forth, Thomas Penington, Col. Thomas Tallier, John Thorneton, Edward Jones, Christopher Rowles.
===
Thomas Homewood 8.115 1 AA 2130.4.5 Sep 24 1683
Appraisers: William Jones, William Peninton.
===
Jeremia Hanslip 8.523 I AA £15.17.8 Apr 28 1686
Appraisers: William Penington, John Clarke.
===
James Ourronck/Orrick 11A.7-1/2 W AA £227.10.0 Apr 9 1690 Aug 4 1691
Sureties: James Floyd, John Gepson, Anne Cook, John Ecles.
Witnesses: John Powell, Dr. Hunt, James Floyd.
Bequests: wife Mary Ourronck (executrix), 3 sons—William, John, James.
Mentions: William Slade (dead), land purchased from Emanuell Drew, Humphry Boone.
Appraisers of inventory: Humphrey Boone, William Penington.
===
John Cooley 14.129 I £58.0.6 Dec 24 1695
Appraisers: Francis Moyd, William Penington.
===
John Cooley 14.130 A AA £58.0.6 £78.14.0 May 25 1697
Payments to: Thomas Dawson, Alexander Gardiner, for keeping Edward Cooley (boy), for keeping Alice Cooley (girl), for coffin for Francis Cooley (girl), Frank Cooley, Ralph Bazill, Richard Bayly, Thomas Beason, James Floyd for keeping Frank Cooley, Mr. Davis, John Davis, Richard Kilburne.
Mentions: John Cooley (orphan). 2 orphans.
Administrator: William Clarke.
===
John Ray 13B.104 I AA £74.14.11 Jun 3 1695
The amount of the inventory also.included #5635.
Appraisers: Richard Bayly, William Penington.
List of debts: William Smith, John Harebottle, Joseph Canaway, Richard Humphreys, Roger Evens, Henry Constable, William Martin, Thomas Hanson.
===
John Ray 13B.105 A AA £74.14.11 #7605 Jul 4 1696
The amount of the inventory also included #5635.
Payments to: Edward Gibbs, Mr. Henry Constable, Thomas Aires, Mr. Bonner, William Smith.
Distribution to: 2 orphans (unnamed), wife (unnamed) of the accountant.
Executor: Thomas Handson
===
William Cockey 15.108 I AA £96.2.10 Jun 12 1697
Appraisers: Edward Fuller, William Penington.
===
Henry Francis 17.51 I AA £21.13.6 May 7 1698
Appraisers: Edward Fuller, William Penington.
===
Henry Francis 19-1/2A.129 A AA £21.0.6 £24.18.0 Mar 25 1700
Payments to: Mr. Roger Newman, William Lewis, Blanch Staunton, Edward Fuller,
Benjamin Scrivener, Catherine Rowser.
Administrator: John Harebottle.
===
Edmund Duncalfe 20.52 A AA #12870 Dec 11 1700
Payments to: William Wright, Chr. Vernon, John Spellman, Jos. Merrick, John Brice, Dr. Guy, Thomas Marshall, George Coleworthey, John Atkey, Thomas Blackwell, Thomas Homewood, George Hope.
Legatees: Robert Bone, Sarah Burke, James Harrington, John Burke, Hen. Chapell, John Wherrell, John Jobson, John Wright.
Executor: William Penington.
===
Isaac Howard 1.659 I AA £3.4.0 Feb 26 1702
Appraisers: William Penington, Thomas Dawson.
===
Joseph Connaway 27.7 I AA £19.7.0 Jul 3 1707
Appraisers: William Penington, Thomas Dawson.
===
Richard Sorrell 35A.40 A AA £254.5.0 £87.13.9 Jan 23 1713
Received from: Mr. James Govane, William Jones.
Payments to: Dr. Thomas Major, Dr. John Rattenbury, Evan Jones, William Penington, executrix of Philemon Smith, John Rowles, Alexander Gardner, Mr. Brice, Henry Wright, William Penington, Sr., Philip Jones, Abram Child, William Reading, Hannah Marley, William Anderson, Titus Penington, Robert Eagle, Sarah Rowles, Mr. Thomas Bordley, Mr. Richard Trensam for defending against ----- Marshall and his wife (unnamed), Robert Marshall, Mr. John Beal, Mr. Thomas Macnemara attorney of Robert Marshall and his wife (unnamed), Moses Adney, John Nichollson.
Administrators: Thomas Robinson and his wife Rachel Robinson.
===
Thomas Baxter 33A.195 I QA £228.10.3 Feb 19 1711
Appraisers: Vallentine Carter, James Evens.
Approvers: John Carter, Hannah Pooley, Vallentine Carter.
List of debts: Ed. Hamilton, William Penington, John Daly, Sarah Hamilton, Ri. Baxter.
===
William Kiteley 33B.220 I AA £16.17.2 Apr 2 1713 Jun 12 1713
Appraisers: William Penington, Alexander Gardner.
Creditors: Amos Garrett.
Next of kin: Will. Clarke, Thomas Kiteley.
===
Joshua Merrikin 34.19 I AA £485.8.1 Jun 25 1713
Appraisers: William Penington, John Ingram.
Creditors: Amos Garrett.
Next of kin: Hugh Merrikin.
===
Philemon Smith 34.116 I AA £30.12.5 Apr 1 1713
Appraisers: Robert Jub (also Robert Jubb), William Penington.
Creditors: Amos Garrett, John Brice by Thomas Robinson.
Approvers: James Smith.
==
John Jones 36B.256 A QA £112.14.10 £168.3.9 May 2 1715
Payments to: Richard Bennett, Esq., Norton Knatchbull, William Bladen, Esq., Evan Thomas, William Penington, Jos. Bounton, William Rakes, Col. Richard Tilghman, Mrs. Elisabeth Carter, John Coursey, John Kemp, Thomas Robinson, Richard Bruff, Col. William Coursey, Jos. Earle, Mary Bower, Thomas Cooper, John Soanes.


===
Sarah Brice 8.554 A AA £1206.10.11 £3270.13.11 Apr 8 1728
A second inventory is cited in the amount of £50.11.7.
Received from: MM George Hatley & Thomas Mercer (merchants in London), Frances Dorsey, Mr. Nicholas Ridgley, George Sleicomb, Charles Worthington, Vachell Denton, Vachel Denton, William Penington, Alexander Stuart, Mordicai Hammond, Humphry Hogan, Nicholas Ridgley, John Gray, Thomas Rowles, Charles Hamond, Joseph Pogue, Nicholas Shepard, William Robinson, Phillip Jones, William Bennet, William Buckingham, John Earnshaw, Robert Bailey, John Clark, William
Mattox, Thomas Reynolds, Jr., Ambrose Nelson, Jr., John Hurd, William Dainty, Thomas Fairbrother, Christopher Holyfield (alias Christopher Holywood), Robert Jubb, Richard Johnson, Rachell Johnson, Mary Kitely, William Kirbe, Robert Marshall, Humphry Meredith, Samuell Muistrie, Thomas Robinson, John Robinson, William Smith, Thomas Wright, Henry Wright, William Hancock, John Howard, Thomas Buckingham, Rebecka Aldress, Richard Womsly, John Frizzell, William Frizell.
Payments to: Alexander Frazer, Charles Carroll, James Govane, Thomas Brook & William Holland, John Beale, Mr. Philip Hamond in right of his wife Rachell Ramon (her portion of estate of her father Mr. John Brice (dead)), John Brice (his portion of estate of his father Mr. John Brice (dead)), Phillip Jones & Robert Jubb.
Legatees: Nicholas Ridgley William Worthington, Sarah Worthington, James Butcher, John Worthington, Vachel Denton, Ann Denton, Charles Worthington, Rachell Brice paid to Phillip Hamond, Phillip Hamond, Thomas Worthington, John Brice.
List of debts: John Roberts (runaway).
Executors: Mr. Thomas Worthington, Mr. John Brice. 
Pennington, William (I069999)
 
76916 William Phelps (of William and Elisabeth) bapt. 12 Sep 1711.
William Phelps d. 13 Mar 1721/2. 
Phelps, William (I100219)
 
76917 William Phelps 24.48 I £42.10.10 Jul 2 1703
Appraisers: William Hawkins, William Foreman. 
Phelps, William (I092385)
 
76918 William Phelps and Elizabeth Cheney m. 8 Aug 1706.
William Phelps and Elizabeth parents of (?) child b. ---.{1706} 
Family F27311
 
76919 William Phelps and Rachel m 11 Dec 1718 Family F39855
 
76920 William Phelps and Rachell parents of Zachariah Phelps son b. 8 Oct 1729. Phelps, Zachariah (I100226)
 
76921 William Pickett (planter) and Mary Ruley m. 21 Nov 1717. Family F32082
 
76922 William Pinkston and Martha Nelson m. 4 Mar 1717. Family F33218
 
76923 William Poteet 21.39 A BA £143.16.0 £28.16.3 Dec 1 1744
Received from: Joseph Foresedes.
Payments to: Samuel Durham, Ann Pike, Thomas Poteet, Robert Briarly paid to Hugh
Briarly paid to Thomas Treadway, Edward Wakeman, Nathan Rigbie, Robert Clarke
&-Thomas Wheeler, Thomas Farlow, James Caramel.
Administratrix: Johannah Ramsey, wife of John Ramsey, Jr. 
Poteet, Thomas (I054825)
 
76924 William Powell (tayler) and Ann parents of William Powell son b. 20 Sep 1691
and bur. 10 Nov 169(?); John Powell son b. 12 Sep 1694 and bapt. 14 Aug
1698; Ann Powell dau b. 23 Feb 1696 and bapt. 14 Aug 1698.

William Powell (tayler) and Ann parents of An Mary Powell dau b. the last
of Dec 1698 and bapt. 6 Jan 1698.

William Powell (taylor) d. 3 Apr 1701. 
Powell, William 'Taylor' (I091976)
 
76925 William Powell, planter, d 2 Jul 1698, bur. 4 Jul 1698
===
Powell, William, A. A. Co., 30th June, 1698;
To sons Richard and Thomas, "Little Plantation" and 100 A. adjoining Benj. Chew's.
To son John, 50 A., part of same tract.
To son William and hrs., afsd. plantation in event of death of sons Richard and Thomas under age or without issue;
to pass in turn to surviving brothers and their hrs.
To wife (unnamed), extx., personalty.
To daus. Margaret and Ann, personalty at 16 yrs. of age and afsd. lands in event of death of their brothers without issue.
Test: Wm. Powell, Roht. Robers, Alex. Chapple. 6. 11 
Powell, William (I099821)
 
76926 William Prise 34.119 I SM £70.13.6 May 1 1713
Appraisers: Cornelius Manning, William Thomas.
===
William Price 36C.61 A SM £70.0.0 £7.18.5 Apr 25 1715
Received from: Thomas Biscoe.
Payments to: Sarah Knight, William Jones, William Johnson, Mary Guyther, David Meakill, Mr. Henry Lowe.
Administrators: John Wellburne and his wife Ann Wellburne 
Price, William (I093005)
 
76927 William Pritchet 11.339 SM £81.11.6 Mar 17 1725 Jun 8 1726
Appraisers: Thomas Nichols (also Thomas Nicholls ), Philip Tippett.
Creditors: Thomas Greaves, William Jameson.
Next of kin: Thomas Boult, Sr., James Boult.
Administratrix: Mary Pritchet. 
Boult, James (I095102)
 
76928 William Purde and Elisabeth parents of John Purde son bapt. 18 Oct 1722 Purdy, John (I065967)
 
76929 William Purde and Elisabeth parents of John Purde son bapt. 18 Oct 1722.
Elisabeth Purde (wife of William) bur. 5 Dec 1723. 
Purdy, Elizabeth MNU (I075902)
 
76930 William Purdy (of William) bur. 5 Nov 1733. Purdy, William (I075905)
 
76931 William Purdy and Elisabeth parents of John Purdy son b. 2 Oct 1720; William Purdy son b. 21 Jul 1722 - both bapt. 4 Sep 1723.
William Purde and Elisabeth parents of John Purde son bapt. 18 Oct 1722.
===
Purdy, John, All Hallows Parish, A. A. Co., 21st Oct., 1709; 16th Nov., 1712.
To son William, ex., all real estate. In event of his death without issue, land to be sold, and John, son of Henry and Ann Purdy, be paid £5; residue to daus. named below., viz., Margarett Watts, Eliza: Alridge and Susan or Susanna Purdy, at 16 yrs.
Test: Robert Steward, Joseph Tilly, Thos. Orem. 13. 464.
===
John Purdy 31.116 I AA £30.10.4 May 16 1710
Appraisers: Walter Phelps, James Lewis.
Approvers: William Purdy, John Roberts.
===
John Purdy 35A.10 A AA £35.8.6 £5.19.7 Jan 18 1712
Payments to: Mr. William Nicholson for use of Maj. Wilson, Daniel Larke.
Executor: William Purdy.
===
John Purdy 36A.223 A AA £14.8.9 Jan 19 1714
Payments to: John Hardin, Thomas Aldridge, James Lewis, Hezekiah Linthicum.
Executor: William Purdy.
===
John Purdy 35A.10 A AA £35.8.6 £5.19.7 Jan 18 1712
Payments to: Mr. William Nicholson for use of Maj. Wilson, Daniel Larke.
Executor: William Purdy. 
Purdy, William (I075906)
 
76932 William Purdy and Elizabeth Bennett m. 2 Jun 1729 Family F40972
 
76933 William Richards erected girst mills & saw mills on land given him by Simon Miller Sr.

A bridge across the north branch of the Rappahannock River was built by William Richards in order to improve access to timber & his saw mills

William Richards -mr- Lydia Miller (aka Eliza Miller), youngest daughter of Simon Miller Sr. by his second wife

William Richards moved onto about 800 acres of land of Simon Miller Sr. in Culpeper Co. near the point of the fork of the Rappahannock River

Defendant Benjamin Withers (admr.); Benjamin James (admr.); John Markham (decd)
Deponent / Affiant John Gibson (56); Thomas Harrison (52); Langhorne Dade (46); James Muschett (52); James Withers Jr.; William Miller; William Richards (52); James Withers Sr.; Richard Cooper (70); Bennett Nooe
Family Lewis Markham, son of John Markham
Locality Fauquier Co.; Prince William Co. (Dumfries); Stafford Co.; Culpeper Co.; Spotsylvania Co.; Stafford Co. (Falmouth); Fredericksburg
Merchant House of Henderson, Ferguson & Gibson - Dumfries
Plaintiff John Minor (exor.); Philip Harrison (exor.); Benjamin Botts (decd - exor.); Benjamin Harrison (decd.)
School schoolhouse of Thomas Railey
Administrative Information
Record title Botts' Exors vs Markham's Admr.
Year recorded 1815?
Collection CR-SC-H
Record ID 565-157
End Notes
Preserved by City of Fredericksburg
Processed by Margaret Anne Crickman
Extracted by Barry L. McGhee
Extracted on 9/5/2002


Court Record Data
Context Extract
Defendant Benjamin Withers (admr.); Benjamin James (admr.); John Markham (decd)
Deponent / Affiant John Gibson (56); Thomas Harrison (52); Langhorne Dade (46); James Muschett (52); James Withers Jr.; William Miller; William Richards (52); James Withers Sr.; Richard Cooper (70); Bennett Nooe
Family Lewis Markham, son of John Markham
Locality Fauquier Co.; Prince William Co. (Dumfries); Stafford Co.; Culpeper Co.; Spotsylvania Co.; Stafford Co. (Falmouth); Fredericksburg
Merchant House of Henderson, Ferguson & Gibson - Dumfries
Plaintiff John Minor (exor.); Philip Harrison (exor.); Benjamin Botts (decd - exor.); Benjamin Harrison (decd.)
School schoolhouse of Thomas Railey
Administrative Information
Record title Botts' Exors vs Markham's Admr.
Year recorded 1815?
Collection CR-SC-H
Record ID 565-157
End Notes
Preserved by City of Fredericksburg
Processed by Margaret Anne Crickman
Extracted by Barry L. McGhee
Extracted on 9/5/2002

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James Hughes 2005-08-31 15:48:46
LAWSUIT Part One James Hord vs William Richards Administrator of the estate of Simon Miller

MARKHAM vs MARKHAM LAWSUIT:
This suit concerned several slaves that were gifts to the daughters of Simon Miller, specifically, Alice
Markham, who died 1775. Although it is part of a different law suit, it deals with depositions of the same people
involved in the Hord vs Miller/Richards suit and was going on at the same time.

23 August 1806- Deposition of Mary Hord, aged about 69- at the house of John West in Stafford County, Virginia.-
"A daughter of the late Simon Miller of Stafford County, Virginia.” and "Whole sister of the mother” of William and
Lewis Markham. She said her father gave a negro to each of his son in laws upon their marriage.
In 1786 Mr. Thomas Strother who married on the deponant’s sisters was about to go to Kentucky and he asked
Mr. Miller if his gift to him was without resercvations and Simon Miller acknowleged the slave was a gift.

23 August 1806- Deposition of James Hord- aged 35- at the home of John West- stated " about 20 years ago when
Mr. Thomas Strother decided to move to Kentucky, Mr. Simon Miller told him that he [Miller] had no claim to the
negro given him. That Mr. Miller had given each of his married daughters a nego when they married”, viz: Mrs.
Strother, Mrs. Hord and Mrs. Markham.

21 November 1807- deposition of Eliza Richards- aged 53- a daughter of Simon Miller, deceased, late of Stafford
County, Virginia. She stated that " she was under the impression that the descendants of the slave given by Simon
Miller to John Markham upon his intermarriage with Alice, daughter of Simon Miller, were to go to the children
of the said Alice upon the death of John Markham and that John Markham had indicated to her that this was his
pleasure and intention”.

21 November 1807- Deposition of James Richards- aged 32. Taken at the house of John West in Stafford County,
Va. He states at the time that John Markham sold the slaves , Mr. Simon Miller, the father in law of John
Markham, " was a very old man and never left his own house”; however, Mr. Miller heard about the sale of the
slaves and took John Markham to task about it. Markham smoothed it over, and Mr. Miller never knew the
differencce. [ slaves in question would have issue from the slaves given to Alice Miller , wife of John Markham, as
a wedding gift from Simon Miller to his daughter ].

08 October 1808 the deposition of Peter Conway, taken in Fauquier County,Va. who describes himself as a brother
in law of John Markham, dec’d..
Question: Do you recollect that it was reported that Mrs.Alice Markham was in a state of prgancy when she
married to the said John Markham, dec’d.
Answer: I do not remember that it was reported at the time of her marriage, but I believe it was reported after her
child was born that it came before the usual time but how long before I cannot say.

09 May 1811 in the County of Stafford, the deposition of Mrs. Jane Markham, widow, aged 55 and upwards. She
married John Markham in April 1781.
=== Contributed by Ralph D. Smith

1786 - Thomas Nooe and Mary his wife, of Culpeper Co., Va., sell to William Richards, of Culpeper Co., Va., 308 acres / Spotswoods line now Armisteads / to corner to John D. Frese.
Source: Culpeper Co., Va. Deeds, Book N, p. 516.
Comment: Sounds like Thomas may be preparing to move. This is the last record found for Thomas; he is not mentioned in his brother Basil's 1809 will. 
Richards, William (I025100)
 
76934 William Richardson & Marg't Smith were married 15th of 5th mo. 1689. Family F18932
 
76935 William Richardson son of above William & Marg't b. 1st of 5th mo. 1690 & d.
22nd of 12th mo. 1731/2.
===
William Richardson 21.171 Jan 28 1733 Nov 25 1735
Appraisers: Samuel Smith, Ferdinand Battee.
Creditors: John Galloway attorney for Dr. Samuel Chew, Richard Hill.
Next of kin: Danniell Richardson, Nathaniell Richardson.
Administrators: Joseph Richardson (Quaker), William Richardson.
===
William Richardson, Jr. 16.6 A £185.7.7 £24.1.10 Feb 14 1737
Payments to: William Barton, Elisabeth Smith, Richard Hill, Dr. Samuel Chew, Charles Calvert, John Beale, Edmund Jenings, Daniel Dulany, Esq.
List of debts: John Parrish (can not be recovered), John Talbot.
Administrators: William Richardson (Quaker), Joseph Richardson (Quaker). 
Richardson, William (I095816)
 
76936 William Richardson son of Nathan & Elizabeth b. (27) of 9th mo. 1736.
William Richardson son of Nathan & Elizabeth b. 7th of 9th mo. 1735 
Richardson, William (I100272)
 
76937 William Richardson Sr. son of William and Elizabeth b. 26th of 6th mo. 1668.
He d. 13th of 5th mo. 1744 and was hurried at West River Meeting Grave Yard
on 15th of 5th mo. 1744.
===
RICHARDSON, WILLIAM, Anne Arundel Co. 18th day, 9th mo., 1741; 11th Sept., 1744.
To wife MARGARET, coextx., use of my now dwelling plantation, and other lands during her widowhood, she to allow son DANIEL to live on any one pt. (for location see will.)
To son JOSEPH, lands (see will) and personalty.
To son DANIEL, coextx., 120 A., and personalty.
To son RICHARD, land in Baltimore Co., bought of Richard Owings and Charles Dorsey, "Owings adventure' and Owings Addition," 450 A., plus personalty.
To son THOMAS.
To son NATHAN, 350 A. of "United Friendship in Baltimore Co., bought of Dr. Samuel Chew, personalty.
To son THOMAS, 558 A. 'High Spaniola" in Cecil Co., plus personalty.
To grandsons WILLIAM AND RICHARD, sons of son JOSEPH, personalty.
To dau SARAH HILL, her children, HENRY and MARGARET, personalty.
To SAMUEL THOMPSON, son of AUGT. and ELIZABETH, personalty.
To ELIZABETH RICHARDSON, dau of my bro. JOSEPH, personalty.
To Joseph Galloway 5 pounds for Quakers of West River
To bro. JOSEPH, wearing apparel.
To dau SOPHIA GALLOWAY.
Test: Nicholas Watkins, John Ross, Thomas Sprigg. 23. 606
===
William Richardson 30.380 AA £1700.9.11 Nov 19 1744 May 10 1745
Appraisers: Joseph Cowman, Gerrard Hopkins.
Creditors: Joseph Hill, Samuel Gallaway.
Next of kin: Joseph Richardson, Sophiah Galloway.
Executors: Margaret Richardson, Daniel Richardson (Quakers).
===
William Richardson 22.205 A AA £1700.9.11 £368.16.0 Jul 18 1746
The amount of the accounts also included £41.11.6 in sterling.
Received from: Joseph Adams (merchant in London).
Payments to: Mary Watkins paid to Thomas Gassaway, Dr. John Hamilton, Mr. Samuel Smith, Daniel Dulany, Esq., Mr. William Rogers, Joseph Galloway for Quakers of West River, Daniel Richardson (son, accountant), Sammuel Galloway, Lord Baltimore paid to Mr. Onirio Razolini.
Legatees: Elisabeth Richardson (kinswoman) wife of Nehemiah Birckhead, Joseph Richardson (brother), Daniel (accountant).
Executors: Margaret Richardson, Daniel Richardson (Quaker)
===
Richardson, William, Sr., A. A. County, 21st Dec., 1691; 28th May, 1698.
To sons Daniel and Joseph equally and hrs., 5 patents, 600 A., called "Henry's Hills" and "Franklin's Enlargement."
To wife Eliza:, "Watkin's Hope."
To son William at 21 yrs. of age, 50 A., part of "Watkin's Hope" which testator gave him and his hrs adjoining plantation of Wm. Cole.
To dau. Sophia, 75 A., "The Diligent Search," at 16 yrs. of age.
To young, son Joseph, grandson William Richardson, Margaret, wife of William Richardson, Jr., to Eliza:, dau. of John and Sarah Talbot, and to 3 child, of Edward Talbot, and the Quaker Church, personalty.
Exs.: Wife Eliza: and son William.
Properties devised to son Joseph and dau. Sophia to be held by their mother during their minority.
Overseers: Rich'd Jones, Rich'd Harrison, Jno. Talbott, Wm. Coleson.
Test: James Elphinstone, John Westnutt, John Elsey. 7. 388.
===
William Richardson 30,380 AA £1700.9.11 Nov 19 1744 May 10 1745
Appraisers: Joseph Cowman, Gerrard Hopkins.
Creditors: Joseph Hill, Samuel Gallaway.
Next of kin: Joseph Richardson, Sophiah Galloway.
Executors: Margaret Richardson, Daniel Richardson (Quakers).
===
Talbott John, Calvert Co., 6th Dec., 1701; 25th June, 1707.
To wife Sarah, extx., dwelling plantation and sufficient
land to make 150 A. part of "Expectation," during life; to pass to son Thomas and hrs., at decease of wife, and hrs.
To sons Richard and Daniell and hrs., 200 A., residue of sd. "Expectation." Any of afsd. sons dying during minority, his or their share of estate to go to dau. Elizabeth and to unborn child.
Personal estate to legatees afsd.
Overseers: Richard Johns and 3 brothers, viz., William, Daniell and Joseph Richardson.
Test: Jno. Talbott, Anthony Conwell, Sam'l. Little. 12. 144 
Richardson, William (I031494)
 
76938 William Richardson, son of Joseph & Rebecca b. 30th of 12th mo. 1722.
===
William Richerson 42.204 FR £416.17.3 Jun 8 1750
Appraisers: John Rawlings (also John Rawlins ), Edward Ewens.
Creditors: Samuel Richardson, Joseph Hull.
Next of kin: Joseph Richardson, Richard Richardson.
Administratrix: Anne Richardson (Quaker).
===
1748-1752 Frederick County MD Land Records {Patricia Abelard Andersen}
pg. 433-435. James Brooke recorded 20 Aug. 1751, made 15 Aug. 1751, Richard Snowden of Ann Arundel Co., iron master and James Brooke, son-in-law of the said Richard Snowden; ofFC, in consideration ofthe natural love and affection that Richard Snowden has, he makes over tract of land, called "Snowden's Manor Enlarged," and another part of "Second Addition to Snowden's Manor," M&B given, bounded by "Snowden's Manor Enlarged;" and "Addition to Charley Forrest;" adj. to line laid out for Sam'l Richardson, now the right of the heirs of Mr.{Wm} Richardson deceased; containing 392 acres more or less; and part of "Second Addition to Snowden's Manor," M&B given, containing 218 acres. Signed Rich'd Snowden, before Dennis Dulaney, Joseph Richardson. Receipt; ack. before Robert Gordon. Alienation fine paid. 
Richardson, William (I070855)
 
76939 William Roberts and Sarah Horn m. 6 Jul 1705 Family F39774
 
76940 William Roby married MARY "POLLY" COLLINS October 09, 1807 in Portsmouth, Scioto County, OH, daughter of JOHN COLLINS and ELIZABETH
DAUGHERTY. She was born May 25, 1788 in or near Washington City, Virginia, and died October 29, 1869 in or near Austin, Travis County, TX.


Children of WILLIAM ROBEY and MARY COLLINS are:

i. LEVI5 ROBEY, b. October 22, 1807, Washington Twp, nr Portsmouth, Scioto County, OH; d. March 27, 1894, Nr McConnell, IL.

ii. ELIZABETH ROBEY, b. March 27, 1809, Old Town, OH; d. September 26, 1809.

iii. CYNTHIA Anne FUQUA ROBEY, b. January 14, 1811, Portsmouth, Scioto County, OH; d. January 02, 1887, Stephenson County, IL.

iv. WILLIAM HARRISON ROBEY, b. October 02, 1812, Portsmouth, Scioto County, OH; d. October 20, 1814; m. SARAH E YOUNG, 1850; b. WFT Est. 1774-1803; d. WFT Est. 1853-1896.

v. JEMIMA ROBEY, b. December 17, 1814, Portsmouth, Scioto County, OH; d. October 1815.

vi. JOHN COLLINS ROBEY, b. December 10, 1816, Virginialley Township, Scioto County, OH; d. May 04, 1906.

vii. WILLIAM WADDELL ROBEY, b. December 27, 1818, Portsmouth, Scioto County, OH; d. May 28, 1890, Freeport, IL.

viii. THOMAS LEWIS ROBEY, b. August 14, 1821, Portsmouth, Scioto County, OH; d. October 02, 1847.

ix. FRANCIS ASBURY "AB" ROBEY, b. September 23, 1823, Portsmouth, Scioto County, OH; d. March 20, 1899, Merrilltown, Travis County, TX.

x. MARY JANE ROBEY, b. March 16, 1826, Portsmouth, Scioto County, OH; d. December 12, 1831.

xi. ELIZABETH JAMINA ROBEY, b. June 18, 1828, Portsmouth, Scioto County, OH; d. April 30, 1908; m. JOHN HARRELL, February 21, 1850; b. WFT Est. 1804-1830; d. WFT Est. 1855-1917.

xii. MARY ROBEY, b. June 21, 1831, Alexandria, OH; d. September 02, 1847. 
Robey, William (I024935)
 
76941 William Roper buried 1 Mar 1702. The year is 1702/3 based on the order in which the burial entry appears in the records. (Source: F. Edward Wright, Anne Arundel Co Church Records of the 17th & 18th Centuries, p. 14)
===
William Rooper, Jr. 24.1 I AA Aug 4 1703
Appraisers: Sill. Welsh, John Welsh.
List of debts: John Kemball, Marreine Duvall, Jr., Thimothy Shaw.
Administrator: Thomas Wintersell. 
Roper, William (I052403)
 
76942 William Russell (innholder) 6.74 I AA #128261 May 22 1679
Appraisers: George Parker, John Sellers.
Mentions: suit of Capt. Richard Hill. vs. estate.
List of debts: Richard Webb, Richard Hood, Morgan Jones, Thomas Gullett, James Chilcott, Samuel Nickolls, Thomas Shepperd, Richard Tucker, William Harris, William Parker, Edward Mason, Samuel Wardner, Richard Wells, John Bowen, William Alcock, Edward Parish, Joseph Meade, William Falkner, Daniel MacKartie (runaway), William Webb (dead), John Henning, John Waters, account of James White, Francis Holland, Jr., John Spencer, John Hall, Bartholomew Gibson, Jeremiah Forcey, Thomas Knighton, John Mooneshott, Francis Holland, Sr., Richard Priggott, William Farington, Thomas Smith, Garrett Hopkines, Mary Catherley, John Barnes of St. Mary's County, John Larckine, Robert Farrington, Thomas Harris, Michaell Off ley, Thomas Heming, Thomas Lunn, Merreine Devall by note to Thomas Boudle, Richard Dorrington, Thomas Bowdell, Marke Clare, Abraham Clark, Edward Howard, John Deane, Charles Beinn (7), John Sollers, Lewis Evens, John Leedum, Edward Griffes, Thomas Lunn for himself and Robert Fittings, Thomas Fenex, Rice Thomas, Thomas Todd, George Davis, Thomas Hackleton, Mathias Howe, Robert Arme, Patrick Hall, William Taylor, John Carpenter, Augustine Skinner, Walter Carr, Thomas Ramsey, Robert Proctor, Edward Ladd, Thomas Jackson, Richard James, Richard Deavor, Nehemiah Brickhead, George Yate, Robert Franckline, Thomas Marsh, John Chappell, John Camber, John Watkins, John Guile, Robert Lockwood, Thomas Smithwick, Robert Wade, Richard Arnold, Mathias Dringe, Samuel Nicheil, Col. Burges, Thomas Eland, Andrew Norwood, John Gresham, John Beamon, Robert Peca, Edward Dorsey, Richard Boughton, John Swalwell, Benjamin Capell, Capt. Loyde, Richard Bedworth, Richard Thorneberry, John ShrLgley, Moses Grooms, William Soweick, Phillip Howard, Fardinando Batty, Robert Custines, Cornelius Howard, William Tewkesberry, Henry Welsh, George Simons, John Farr, Anthony Beamon, Robert Conant, William Wallonse, William Meares, Robert Smith, Maj. Samuel Lane, John Thorston, Charles Baillie, John Lawrence, Henry Arther, William Stafford, Henry Bennitt, Phillip Jones, John Gibbs, Wailter Griffwith, Jeremiah Cox, John Stevens, Christopher Scofeild, Thomas Morgan, William Kent, Richard Stalins, Thomas Jones, Henry Mitchell, Thomas Greene, Francis Dorrington, William Dorrington, Richard Johns, William Jones, Richard Harrison for himself and Benson, George Abbott, Thomas Clagett, Benjamin Lawrence, George Younge, Francis Malden, Samuel Raniger, Samuel Chew, William Wallis, Roger Stout, Thomas Wells, John Greenehough, George Parker, Francis Billingsley, Thomas Howard, William Mellton, John Leech, Edward Player, John Sunderland, Paull Bewsie, Thomas Cox, John Bennitt, Francis Swinfen, Mathew Beale, John Cozens, Thomas Deane, Benjamin Brasheire and Robert Brashire, Timothy Sewell, John Manning, Anthony Kingland.
===
===
Samuell Biggs 21.322 A CA £21.2.11 £19.3.0
Payments to: administrator, Jon. Scarth, William Parker, John Scarth per Walter Trotter.
Administrator: Edmund Mason 
Mason, Edward (I090441)
 
76943 William Russell was a son of John Russell, who died in Stafford County, Va., about 1699, and whose wife, Jane, married (2nd) Richard Martin; Martin died in Stafford County, in 1707, his will mentioning his wife Jane, and his two "sons-in-law" (i.e., stepsons), William Russell and Richard Russell. John Russell was probably son of NIcholas Russell, an early resident of Westmoreland and Stafford Cos. (Stafford County, Will Book Z, pp. 2l4 and 409

===
Stafford Co VA Will Book M: 1729-1748; Pg 24
pp. 85-86 In Name of God Amen I WILLIAM WIGGINTON of Stafford County being weak of body but of parfit sence do make this my Last Will and Testament.
First I give my body to Earth, Soul to God.
Secondly I give to my Grand Daughter ANN WIGGINTON Daughter of WILLIAM WIGGINTON deced 21 pounds of pewter and one large chest made of wild cherritree wood with a lock lee and one Large Saddle Mare and one feather bed bolster blankets and rugg belonging to it and one Six Gallen iron pot.
Thirdly I give to my Grand Daughter SARAH WIGGINTON, the Daughter of William Wigginton deceast 21 pounds and a half of puter and one larg table and one feather bed boulster blankets and Rugg and one two gallon iron pot.
Fourthly I give to my two Grand Daughters above mentioned the half of my fathers sheep and hoggs to be equally Divided between my two grand daughters above mentioned and all the above mentioned articles I do leave in and under the care and possession of MARY WIGGINTON Widow of William Wigginton Deceast untill my two grand Daughters shall come two the years of 18 or Marriage day and the other half of my Cattle Sheep and hoggs
I give to my four grandchildren the sons of HENRY WIGGINTON SENR: that is to say WILLIAM, HENRY, ROGER and BENJAMIN WIGGINTON to be Equally divided when they come to the year of one and 20 and
Fifthly it is my Will that my cattle sheep and hoggs shall be equally divided on May Day in the year 1733 & the one half of my cattle sheep and hoggs I leave in the care of my son Henry Wigginton and the other half in the care of my Daughter in Law Mary Wigginton until my Grand Children comes to age or marridge.
Sixly I give to my Grand Son PETER WIGGINTON my plantation where JOHN NORTHCUTT now lives and all my land orchards gardens houses timbers fence and all the other Edifices thereunto belonging unto my abovesd Grandson Peter Wigginton the son of Henry Wigginton Senr. and his heirs but in case my Grand Son Peter Wigginton should die without Heirs then to fall to my son (sic) Benjamin Wigginton, the son of Henry Wigginton him and his heirs.
Seventhly I give unto my Son Henry Wigginton my bedd I now lyes on with all the furniture belonging to it with the Curtins and Vallins and all the Remainder part of my Estate only the Legaces aforementioned.
Eightly I give to my Daughter MARY YOUNG one Shilling.
Ninthly I give unto my Son JOHN WIGGINTON one shilling.
Tenthly I give unto my Son in Law WILLIAM RUSSELL and my Grandson NICHOLAS RUSSEL each one shilling. Leventhly I give to my Daughter ANN BUTLER one Shilling.
Twelvthly I give to my Daughter in Law Mary Wigginton one Shilling.
Thirteenthly It is my Will and I do make my Son Henry Wigginton my whole and sole Executor of this my Last Will and Testament .. November the 27th 1732.
William Wigginton
Presence James Stark his mark,, John Sabastin, James Homes
At Court held for Stafford County 11th April 1733 Will presented by Henry Wigginton Exr who made oath .. proven by witnesses .. admitted to record .. Certificate granted for obtaining Probate ..
===
1738-RENT ROLLS - Prince William County, VA
Russell, William
===
1721-1735 King George County Deed Book 1, Part II, (Antient Press); pp. 577-582
Indenture 27th/28th November 1728 between WILLIAM RUSSELL of County of Stafford and JOHN BRADFORD of Hanover Parish King George County .. by deeds of lease and release .. for 5000 pounds Tobacco sold 125 acres at a place called the Marsh land and being part of a Tract of 316 acres granted to sd WILLIAM RUSSELL by Patent bearing date 2nd July 1712 .. tract lying on a Branch of the Marsh Run called the Horse Pen branch bounded Westward of the said Branch a little below the Lick where stands a great Horse Penn belonging to said Russell .. Lower side of Horse Pen branch; line of land of JOHN MARR JUNR.; and JOHN HOPPER the said 316 acres laid of and divided by Mr. WILLIAM THORNTON Surveyor between the said WILLIAM RUSSELL and ALEXANDER BEACH of the County of Stafford the said 125 acres being the Lowermost according to the mutual division being now in the occupation of DAVID DENNY Blacksmith .. Presence Robert x Fanny,
Andrew Forbes William x Russell
7th March 1728 .. Deeds of lease and release and receipt for consideration money recorded and GRACE the wife of the said RUSSELL relinquished her right of Dower unto the lands ..
===
Prince William County, Virginia Deeds {June Whitehurst Johnson}: Liber D; 1738 - 1740; Pages 355-359.
March 22, 1740. William Russel Sr. of Pr. Wm. to John Holsclaw of same....for sum of 15 lbs. curr. money and 700 lbs. of tob....266 a part of greater tract gr. Wm. Russell by Proprietors Office dated Feb. 9, 1724 part of sd. 200 a. was viz: 150 a. by just survey was found to contain 191 a. made over to sd. Jno. Holsclaw by sd. Russell dated Nov. 28, 1737....corner to ye sd. Russell's greater tract and to land of orphans of Wm. Skrine dec side of Turkey Run....in Col. Paynes line Bells path....head of Wolf Trap Br....deeds of lease and release.
William (W) Russell
Wits: Howson Kenner, William Hearns, John Bush.
Rec'd. of John Holsclaw sum of 15 lbs. curr. money and 700 lbs. of tob.
At Court March 24, 1739 William Russel acknowledged this release with receit endorsed.
===
Prince William County, Virginia Deeds {June Whitehurst Johnson}: Liber D; 1738 - 1740;
Pages 418-422. June 23, 1740. Robert Jones, Gent. of Pr. Wm. to John Page of same, planter....for 60 lbs. sterl....125 a. in fork of Horsepen Run near Great marsh it being land Jones bought of Alexander Beach on May 19, 1736....it being land Beach bought of William Russel acknowledged in Richmond Co. Ct. Aug. 1, 1716....deeds of lease and release.
Robt. Jones
Wits: Catesby Cocke, Stephen DeLisle, Martin Hardin.
Rec'd. of John Page sum of 60 lbs. sterl. June 23, 1740.
At Ct. June 23, 1740 Robert Jones Gent. acknowledged this release with receit endorsed.
===
Prince William County, Virginia Deeds {Antient Press}: Liber E; 1740 - 1741; pp 222
TO ALL TO WHOM these presents shall come Know yee that I WILLIAM RUSSELL of the County of Prince William for divers good causes but more especially for the tender care love & affection which I bear unto my Son MARTIN RUSSELL do grant unto him the said MARTIN a parcel of land whereon the said WILLIAM RUSSELL now liveth and in case said MARTIN RUSSELL should die without heir lawfully begotten of his body that the land given to the aforesaid MARTIN RUSSELL should descend & go to the heir at Law of WILLIAM RUSSELL Son of the above named WILLIAM RUSSELL and to his heirs forever the said land bounded as followeth on the land of MADAM PAGE, JOHN HOULSCLAW, NICHOLAS RUSSELL & WILLIAM RUSSELL JUNR, the said MARTIN RUSSELL is to enjoy the said parcel of land according to the bounds already made by me the said WILLIAM RUSSELL first party to these presents. To Have and To Hold the said parcel of land to my said Son MARTIN RUSSELL his heirs forever, In Witness whereof the party first above mentioned hath set his hand & affixed his seal this 10th day of April Anno Dom 1741
WM. RUSSELL At a Court held for Prince William County April the 27th 1741
WILLIAM RUSSELL acknowledged this Deed to be his act & deed and it was thereupon admitted to Record
===
Prince William County, Virginia Deeds {Antient Press}: Liber E; 1740 - 1741; pp 223
TO ALL TO WHOM these presents shall come Greeting know yee that I WILLIAM RUSSELL of the County of Prince William for divers good causes but more especially for the tender love & affection which I have unto my Son NICHOLAS RUSSELL do grant unto him a parcel of land whereon the said NICHOLAS RUSSELL now lives and at the death of the said NICHOLAS to descend & go to his Son WILLIAM RUSSEL & to his heirs for ever the said land bounded as followeth on the land of MADM. PAGE, TILMAN COUNT & WILLIAM RUSSELL JUNR, the said NICHO. RUSSELL is to hold & enjoy the sd parcell of land according to the bounds already made by me the said WILLIAM RUSSELL first party to these presents To Have and To Hold the said parcell of land to him my said Son NICHOLAS RUSSELL and at his decease to my Grand Son WILLIAM RUSSELL Son of the said NICHOLAS RUSSELL and his heirs forever. In Witness whereof the party first above mentioned hath set his hand and Seal this 10th day of April Anno Domini
WM. RUSSELL

===
Prince William County, Virginia Deeds {Antient Press}: Liber E; 1740 - 1741; pp 224
TO ALL TO WHOM these presents shall come Greeting know yee that I WILLIAM RUSSELL of the County of Prince William for divers good causes but more especially for the tender love & affection which I do bear my Son WILLIAM RUSSELL JUNR, do grant unto him a parcel of land whereon the said WILLIAM RUSSELL JUNR now lives the said land bounded by the land of RICHARD GRUBS, PETER HITT & JOHN HOULSCLAW the said WILLIAM RUSSELL JUNR is to enjoy the said piece of land according to the bounds already made by me the said WILLIAM RUSSELL first party to these presents. To Have and To Hold the said parcel of land to him my said Son WILLIAM RUSSELL JUNR. his heirs and assigns. In Witness whereof the party first above mentioned hath hereunto set his hand & Seale this 10th day of April Anno Domini 1741
WM RUSSELL
At a Court held for Prince William County April the 27th 1741
WILLIAM RUSSELL acknowledged this Deed to be his act and deed and it was thereupon admitted to Record
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Prince William County, Virginia Deeds {Antient Press}: Liber I; 1745 - 1746; pp 22-25
THIS INDENTURE made the twenty first & twenty second day of February in the nineteenth year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord GEORGE the Second & in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and forty five Between JOHN FROGG of the Parish of Hamilton & County of Prince William Gent. of one part and THOMAS TURNER of the Parish of St. George in the County of SPOTSYLVANIA gent of the other part Witnesseth that the said JOHN FROGG for the sum of Fifty pounds Currt. money doth sell unto the sd THOMAS TURNER & to his heirs & assigns for ever All that parcel of land containing Two hundred acres being in the Parish of Hamilton & County of Prince Wm. & upon a Branch of the MARSH RUN commonly known by the name of the HORSE PEN BRANCH & bounded beginning at a white Oak a Spanish Oak & an Elm heing all three corners to the land of WILLIAM RUSSELL, JOSHUA BUTLER & JOSEPH KING extending thence along the said K INGs line South East to a box Oak in the sd line North East to a water Oak in the head of a Savannah of ELK RUN thence North West to a double red Oak in the line of MARK HARDINGs land thence North West alon the said line to two red oak saplins & a white Oak saplin marked I C and WMB thence along crossing a Savannah by MARK HARDINGs PATH to three white Oaks standing together & one marked I C thence along the said Savannah to JOSHUA BUTLERs line & along the said BUTLERs line to the beginning Together with all houses & appurtenances whatsoever belonging all which sd premises now are in the actual possession of the said THOMAS TURNER by virtue of an Indenture made for one whole year & by virtue of the statute for transferring uses into possession To Have and To Hold to him the said THOMAS TURNER his heirs & assigns forever. In Witness whereof the said JOHN FROGG hath set his hand & Seal
in presence of WM. HACKNEY, JOHN FROGG
WILLIAM WALKER, RICHARD HUBBARD
At a Court held for the County of Prince William the 24th day of February 1745
JOHN FROGG gent acknowledged this Lease Release and Receipt to THOMAS TURNER gent to be his acts and deeds which are admitted to record 
Russell, William (I041346)
 
76944 William Ryland 13A.13 I SM £49.13.0 May 7 1694
Appraisers: Anthony Evans, William Dwisdall. 
Ryland, William (I090817)
 
76945 William Ryle SCOTT
Sex: M
Birth: 1 NOV 1817 in Boone Co Ky
Birth: 1 NOV 1817
Death: 11 OCT 1852 in Unknown, with uncle Elijah Ryle & cousin David S Ryle

Father: William SCOTT b: 1794 in Boone Co Ky
Mother: Mary (Polly) RYLE b: 19 FEB 1796 in Boone Co Ky

Marriage 1 Lucy Nelson STEPHENS b: 5 DEC 1823 in Boone Co Ky
Married: 18 APR 1839 in Boone Co Ky
Event: Married by in Robert Kirtley
Event: Bond by in James Nelson Stephens, bride's father
Event: Marriage recorded in Book B, pg 28
Children
James William SCOTT b: 27 JUN 1840 in Boone Co Ky
John H SCOTT b: 20 OCT 1842 in Boone Co Ky
Moses SCOTT b: 27 AUG 1844 in Boone Co Ky
Agnes Anne SCOTT b: 1 JAN 1847 in Boone Co Ky
Elijah Ryle SCOTT b: 25 MAR 1849 in Boone Co Ky
Mary Elizabeth SCOTT b: 13 JUL 1851 in Boone Co Ky

1. Lucy Nelson STEPHENS was born 5 DEC 1823 in Boone Co Ky, and died 19 FEB 1905 in Boone Co Ky. She was the daughter of 2. James Nelson STEPHENS and 3. Louisa Haydon NELSON. She married William Ryle SCOTT 18 APR 1839 in Boone Co Ky, son of William SCOTT and Mary (Polly) RYLE. He was born 1 NOV 1817 in Boone Co Ky, and died 11 OCT 1852 in Unknown, with uncle Elijah Ryle & cousin David S Ryle.

Children of Lucy Nelson STEPHENS and William Ryle SCOTT are: i. James William SCOTT was born 27 JUN 1840 in Boone Co Ky, and died 19 APR 1879 in Boone Co Ky. He married Josephine RYLE 2 SEP 1862 in Boone Co Ky, daughter of David RYLE and Minerva Albina NELSON. She was born 18 JUN 1844 in Boone Co Ky, and died 5 DEC 1868 in Boone Co Ky.
ii. John H SCOTT was born 20 OCT 1842 in Boone Co Ky, and died 7 MAY 1920 in Boone Co Ky. He married Lourenia BRADY 26 DEC 1865 in Boone Co Ky, daughter of Sebern BRADY and Elizabeth UNKNOWN. She was born 23 FEB 1846, and died 14 JAN 1929 in Boone Co Ky.
iii. Moses SCOTT was born 27 AUG 1844 in Boone Co Ky, and died 15 FEB 1924 in Boone Co Ky. He married Lodocia Anne RYLE 22 MAR 1870 in Boone Co Ky, daughter of Hogan RYLE and Elizabeth AKIN. She was born 22 JAN 1852 in Boone Co Ky, and died 18 NOV 1925.
iv. Agnes Anne SCOTT was born 1 JAN 1847 in Boone Co Ky, and died 25 JUL 1900 in Boone Co Ky. She married James J STEPHENS 10 OCT 1866 in Boone Co Ky, son of John Quincy Adams STEPHENS and Lucy Anne BERKSHIRE. He was born 2 SEP 1845 in Boone Co Ky, and died 12 DEC 1924 in Boone Co Ky.
v. Elijah Ryle SCOTT was born 25 MAR 1849 in Boone Co Ky, and died 9 FEB 1939 in Boone Co Ky. He married Lucy Jane MORROW 15 SEP 1874 in Boone Co Ky, daughter of Curtis MORROW and Zerelda SALLS. She was born 9 APR 1855, and died 11 SEP 1920 in Boone Co Ky.
vi. Mary Elizabeth SCOTT was born 13 JUL 1851 in Boone Co Ky, and died 13 JUN 1918. She married John L L STEPHENS 3 MAR 1870 in Boone Co Ky, son of Hiram STEPHENS and Harriett BRADY. He was born 30 SEP 1836 in Boone Co Ky, and died 4 DEC 1921 in Cass Co Mo. 
Scott, William Ryle (I006444)
 
76946 William Savory 18.161 A KE £301.14.1 £100.2.2 May 5 1741
A second inventory is cited in the amount of £39.19.8.
Payments to: Joshua Beck, Ann Ricketts, John Connor, Mariam Meeks, Samuel Groom, William Graves, Samuel Hodgson, Daniel Dulany, Esq. paid to William Dallam, Wilmer, Daniel Bird, Thomas Williams, Jr., Charles Hynson, Daniel Dulany, Esq.
List of debts: Jacob Caulk.
Administrator: William Savory (of Baltimore County).
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Col. James Maxwell 12.130 A BA £1192.3.7 £168.3.5 Nov 17 1733
A second inventory is cited in the amount of £176.8.10.
Payments to: estate of Mordecai Moore per his executor Richard Moore, Joseph Foulkes, Peter Lester paid to Ann Lester, Frances Allen, Thomas Lego, Mr. Thomas Sheredine, executor of Edward Henry Calvert, Esq., John Weezly, Dr. George Buchannan, John Dorney, Francis Brown, Joseph Ward, Thomas Gittings assigned to William Lowe, Henry Wetherell, Richard Legg, Robert Freshwater, Alexander Jones, Elisabeth Cook, Josias Middlemore, Lloyd Harris assigned to Elisabeth Hewitt, Robert Robertson, William Low, Elisabeth Cook, Anne Durbin, John Crocket, John Moale.
Administrator: William Savory who married widow & relict {unnamed) of James Maxwell (now dead). Estate unadministered by said Maxwell.
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James Maxwell 20.170 BA £128.10.10 Jan 4 1734 Jan 9 1734
Appraisers: Gilbert Crockett, Henry Wethered.
Creditors: Nicholas Day.
Next of kin; James Maxwell, Ann Maxwell.
Administrator: Mr. William Savory.
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James Maxwell 16.189 A BA £84.1.10 Jul 12 1738
Payments to: John Matthews who married Ann (daughter of Col. James Maxwell, her portion in hands of deceased), William Cook, James Greenwood as judgement for bond of John March for legacy left only child (unnamed) of Johanna Dehaws & recovered against Phillip Kennard, Thomas Gough (of Kent County), James Greenwood paid to Samuell Wallis, John Weasly (runaway), Mary Smithers, Daniel Dulany, Esq.
Administrator: William Savory. 
Savory, William (I088314)
 
76947 William Scott apparently married twice and both were named Mary. Note that the Will of Henrietta Shaw calls Mary Scott her mother in law.
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Lucas, Thomas, planter, Prince George County, 18th Oct., 1721; 26th Feb 1721-2.
To sons Thomas and Charles, daus. Mary (wife of Wm. Scott) and Eliza. (wife of Geo, Moore)., 1s, each.
wife Dorothy, extx., 250 A. dwelling plantation during life; at her decease to son John and hrs. He to pay to his bros. Samll. and James 500 lbs, tob. each.
Sons to be of age at 18, John being 12 yrs. 20th last June,,
James 8 yrs. last Feb., Samuel 4 yrs. last Sept. Personal estate, after wife's thirds are deducted, to all child. by sd. wife, viz. Susana, Sarah, Jane, John, Mary., James, Samll. and Eliza,
Test: Edward Williot, Ninian Willett (Willcot), James Cross. 17.147.
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Charles Lucas 26.154 PG £157.12.5 Aug 21 1741 Aug 29 1741
Appraisers: Benjamin Jacob, Joseph Peach.
Creditors: Henry Hall.
Next of kin: Thomas Lucas, Mary Scott.
Executrix: Elisabeth Lucas.
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SCOTT, WILLIAM, Prince George's Co, 25 Feb, 1749/50; 25 Aug, 1752
To sons Henry and Zachariah Scott, land to be equally divided; If either die without Issue, his pt. to dau. Rachel.
To son Henry, slaves.
To grand-dau. Ruth Hamilton, cattle.
To dau. Henereta Shaw, cattle.
To wife Mary Scotts remaining personal estate, and at her decease, to children: Henry, Zachariah, Henereta Shaw, Rachel Scott, Ruth Hamilton,
Wife Mary., extx.
Wits Joshua Beall, 28.382
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SHAW, HENRIETTA, Prince George's County, widow, 6 Jul, 1765; 10 Aug, 1765
Children: Henrietta, Rebecca, Zacharlah and Josiah Shaw.
Mother-in-law: Mary Scott, guardian for son Josiah Shaw, and the other children.
Ex: Josiah Shaw.
Wit: Dr. David Ross, Eliza Barber, Mary Scott. 33, 384
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1749-1752; Liber PP {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 95. At the request of Rachel Jenkins the following Deed of Gift was recorded January 5, 1750/1
I William Scott, planter in consideration of the natural love and affection I have and do bear unto my beloved daughter Rachel Jenkins as for divers other good causes and considerations hereunto moving have given Negro girl Hannah. In witness I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this January 1, 1750, signed William Scott, Mary Scott in the presence of Henry Scott, Zachariah Scott
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1752-1757; Liber NN {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 106. At the request of William Shaw, Jr., the following Land Commission was recorded abt March 24, 1752/3
Memorandum that on the special petition of William Shaw, Jr., preferred to the justices of Prince George's County, Maryland on the 4th Tuesday in November in the 1st year of his Lordship commission the Right Hon. the Lord Proprietary Dominion etc., his Lordship commission issued by order of the justices aforesaid out of the county aforesaid on the 31st day of December Anno Domini 1751. In these words following, Frederick Absolute Lord and Proprietary of the Province of Maryland and Avalon Lord Baron of Baltimore Vizt; to Messrs Christopher Lowndes, David Ross, George Scott and Thomas Waring of PGCo gentleman, whereas William Shaw, Jr., is seized of "White Lackington" and preferred their petition in writing to our county court held at Upper Marlborough Town before Peter Dent gentleman and his associates then and still justices within our county to examine evidence to prove and perpetuate the memory of the bounds of the said tracts of land. Therefore, we command you any three or two of you to examine all witnesses or persons concerned touching their knowledge of the bounds of the said tracts. Witness Richard Keene, gent, December 7, 1751. Issued December 31, 1751, Joseph Sim, Clk
By virtue of the within commission we the subscribers commissioners therein mentioned having giving proper notice and been duly qualified according to the act of assembly on May 26, 1752 we met on the tract of land called "White Lackington" where the following depositions were taken concerning its bounds
Thomas Gordon aged 35 years being sworn saith about four years ago being informed that William Scott, deceased knew the beginning tree of a tract called "Mount Arraratt" and he applied to him to show the same and that William Scott brought him to the place where he now stands and showed him the stump of a Hickory part of which is now remaining and told him this deponent that it was the beginning tree of "Mount Arraratt" and a corner tree of "White Lackington" or William Shaw's land and and further this deponent saith not
NB. They hickory stump above-mentioned stands near the northwest corner of a small piece of clear ground on the south side of the branch which runs down by Jeremiah Belt's quarter, the ground was cleared by John Maclane, Jr., and is about a quarter of a mile from Mrs. Haswell's dwelling house and about southeast from thence it is also about 300 yards from said quarter and lies in the line between that and Mrs. Haswell's and is about laid off at red oak bush now trimmed on the side to the Hickory stump. In the presence of Jeremiah Belt, Jr., James Willson and Matthew Markland
Mary Scott age 66 years being sworn saith about 20 years ago William Scott her husband and she passed it along said to her that on that knoll stands Christopher Thompson's bounded tree or words to that purpose and particularity that he told this deponent that it was a Hickory tree and further this deponent saith that Hickory stood at or near to the Hickory stump sworn to by Thomas Gordon and described as above and this deponent further saith not
Christopher Nicholls age 37 being sworn saith about 15 years ago he being at work getting hoops for Col. Belt that William Scott called to him and when he was near in the presence of Dr. Haswell, the said William Scott told this deponent that a hickory tree which was then cut down and appeared notched was the third corner tree of a tract called "White Lackington" belonging to Christopher Thompson and this deponent further saith that the stump of the Hickory stood near to the Hickory stump sworn to by Thomas Gordon above in this commission described. In the presence of James Willson, James Conn, John Jenkins and Nathaniel Beall. In witness whereof we have hereunto set our's hands and seals March 26, 1753, George Scott, Christopher Lowndes, David Ross
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1772-1774; Liber BB 3 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 368. At the request of Henry Scott the following Lease was recorded February 13, 1774
Indenture made January 5, 1774; Mary Scott, widow and relict of William Scott and Zachariah Scott in consideration of the rents and covenants has demised and to farm let unto Henry Scott (son of the aforesaid Mary Scott) during the term of 10 years the plantation which they now live on consisting of part of two tracts called "Dann" and "William and Mary Increased" paying the yearly rent of 20 pounds current money, that is to say 10 pounds for the rent of land and plantation and 10 pounds a year for the working use of the Negro Bob. Signed Mary Scott, Zachariah Scott, Henry Scott in the presence of and acknowledged before Christopher Lowndes, Richard Henderson 
Lucas, Mary (I047658)
 
76948 William settled in that part of Richmond County that later became King George County,. He was the sheriff of Richmond in 1709 and again in 1717. He was one of the first Justices of King George County in 1720. He was a member of the Virginia House of Burgesses from 1723 until 1726. (ref: Virginia Historical Register).

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KING GEORGE COUNTY VIRGINIA WILL BOOK A-1;1721-1752 {George Harrison Sanford King}; Pages 153-154
Will of William THORNTON
In the Name of God Amen. I William THORNTON of King George County and Parish of Brunswick, Gentleman, being sick and weak in body but of sound perfect and disposing mind memory and understanding.
Praised be Almighty God for the same, do make and declare this my Last Will and testament in manner and form following (that is to say) First and principally I commend my soul into the hands of Almighty God my Creator and by the Merits of his son Jesus Christ my Redeemer I hope for the Enjoyments of a Heavenly Being.
Item: I give and bequeath unto Frances ROBINSON my granddaughter the following slaves, Punch, Venus and her child Lucy, Hannah, Primus, Cato Mingo, Jack and Dafeny. I also give unto my said granddaughter all that tract or parcel of land in Prince William County at the Great Marsh whereon William Hackney and John Jones now live containing five hundred acres of land more or less.
Item: I give and bequeath unto my grandson William ROBINSON The following slaves Dick, Winney, Milley, Jolly, Dick, Edinborough, Plato, Phill and Sambo. I also give unto my said grandson William Robinson fifteen hundred acres of land in Prince William County, Virginia, the uppermost part of my land binding upon Tin Pot Run.
Item: I give and bequeath unto my loving brother Francis THORNTON of Caroline County One Hundred Pounds Current Money.
Item: At the day of my death I do acquit and discharge my loving friend John Steward from all debts, dues and demands.
Item: Give unto Anne Redman the sum of Thirty Five Pounds Current Money to be paid in provisions on this plantation or money as the said Anne Redman shall like best.
Item: I give unto my kind friend the Reverend Mr. Daniel McDonald a book called Usebuss History of the Church. As I apprehend there is no occasion of appraising my estate, I desire it may be omitted. All the rest and residue of my estate I give unto my dearly beloved wife Frances ROBINSON and my only son William ROBINSON
in due proportions as the law shall direct.

Lastly I do appoint my loving brother Francis Thornton and my only son William THORNTON EXECUTORS OF THIS MY Last Will and Testament heretofore by me made. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this third day of November in the year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred & Forty Two. Signed Sealed Published & Declared as for my Last Will & Testament in William THORNTON the Presence of
Elias SHARP John HOBBY
William (His Mark) COCKRIL

At a Court held for King George County the 4th day of March 1742/43
The Last Will and Testament of William Thornton, Gentleman, Deceased, was presented into court by Frances and William THORNTON his executors, who made oath thereto and the same was proved by the oaths of Elias Sharp and William COCKRILL and admitted to Record.

ON THE MARGIN OF THE WILL IS WRITTEN-Colonel William THORNTONs WILL

1. Luke THORNTON was born in 16?? and died in 1726 and married Anne
2a. Thomas THORNTON was born 5 Apr 1688 and died in 1729 in North Farnham Parish. Thomas married
Susannah SMITH daughter of William SMITH (16??-1717) in Richmond County, Virginia.
Susannah SMITH was remarried to Samuel GRAY by 1736. Susannah died about 1762.
Thomas in his will made no reference to his children.
3a. Rachel THORNTON married Francis WILLIAMS
**** 3b. Anne THORNTON married Walter ANDERSON (Is this son of John Anderson?)
3c. Ellen THORNTON married William ROBBINS
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://genforum.genealogy.com/thornton/messages/6413.html
URL title: Will of Francis Thornton (d.1726) King George Co VA
Note:
Will of Francis Thornton:
In the Name of God Amen. I Francis Thornton of the County of King George considering the frailty of this mortal life and being sick and weak in Body but of sound and perfect sense and memory praised be God for the same doe make and Ordain this my last Will and Testament in manner and form following:
Item: I give to two sons Francis Thornton and Rowland Thornton all my tract of Land at the foot of the Lower Falls of Rappahannock River containing Eight Hundred & Odd acres which I purchased of Mr. John Hawkins, my son Francis to have the upper part and my son Rowland the lower part of the said land by equal portions as it is already divided. The said Land with all its appurtenances doe I give and bequeath to my said two sons Francis and Rowland to them or either of them their heirs forever.
Item: I give and bequeath to my son Rowland Thornton the moiety or half of a tract of land containing one thousand acrew which I purchased of Mr. John Wright as by deed of sale recorded in Richmond County Court may appear the said moiety or half which I do give and bequeath to my son Rowland beginning on the lines of John Hawxford and Thomas Tippett and running the full breadth of the said land on both sides Crowes Swamp upwards to a division line already made by my son Anthony Thornton by my consent which said five hundred acres I doe give and bequeath to my said son Rowland Thornton his heirs and behoofs forever.
Item: I give and bequeath the other moiety or half of the said Thousand acres of land purchased of John Wright to my Loving Wife Anne Thornton in full dower and satisfaction of all my Lands before given and bequeathed that she shall claim no right, title, interest or claim in or to any of my other lands before bequeathed which said five hundred acres of land I give to my said Wife during her natural life and after her decease that is to say after the death of said wife Anne then the said five hundred acres of land I give and bequeath unto George Riding, the son of my wife Anne Thornton, to him the said George Riding his heirs and behoofs forever.
Item: I give and bequeath to George Riding the son of my Wife Anne Thornton, one tract or tenement of land containing one hundred and seventy odd acres which I purchased of Capt. John Washington lying and being in the County of King George, the said land I do give and bequeath unto the above named George Riding to him and his heirs forever.
Item: I give and bequeath unto my eldest son William Thornton Five pounds of Sterling.
Item: I give and bequeath unto my son Francis Thornton Five pounds Sterling.
Item: I give and bequeath unto my eldest daughter Elizabeth Gibson Five pounds Sterling.
Item: I give and bequeath unto my daughter Sarah Taliaferro Five pounds Sterling.
Item: I give and bequeath unto my daughter Margaret Strother Thirty pounds Sterling. I having Ninety pounds Sterling now due to me from my son Anthony Thornton, my will is that these above named legacies to all my children above named be paid out of the said Ninety pounds and the remainder of the said ninety pounds after all the above said Money Lagacies are paid, I give and bequeath unto my son Anthony Thornton.
Item: I give and bequeath unto my grandson Francis Conway one mulatto girl named Bess.
Item: I give and bequeath unto the within named George Riding, son of my Wife Ann, five slaves by name - Mullato James, Negro Dick, Negro Jane, Negro Nanny and a Negro boy named Samuel.
Item: The rest of my Negroes I give and bequeath unto my Loving Wife Anne Thornton during her natural life and after her decease I will and bequeath all my said Negros to be divided by equal portions between George & Margaret Riding, son & daughter of my now wife Anne Thornton.
Item: I give all my personal estate unto my Loving Wife Anne Thornton during her widdowhood and in case she marrieth my said personal estate to be equally divided between my said wife and her two within named Children George & Margaret Riding by three equal portions. And I do hereby make constitute and ordain my loving wife Anne Thornton my whole and sole Executrix of this my Last Will & Testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seale this 10th day of may 1726. Frans Thornton (Seale) Signed Sealed and Acknowledged in presence of us
T: Turner
Thomas Moore
his
John [I] Kendall
mark
At a Court held for King George County on Friday ye. 7th day of October 1726. This last Will & Testament of Francis Thornton, deceased, was presented into Court by Anne Thornton, his Widdow & Executrix, who made oath thereto and the same was proved by the oaths of Thomas Turner, Thomas Moore, and John Kendall the Evidences thereto and Admitted to Record. Copy Test T: Turner Cl:Cur:
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1704-1705 Richmond Co VA Order Book 4; Antient Press: (Page 59)
Richmond County Court 5th of May 1705
- This day JOHN WRIGHT acknowledged a Deed for Land with Bond to Mr. FRANCIS THORNTON, wch: is ordered to be recorded
- Majr. FRANCIS WRIGHT, Father of the sd. JOHN WRIGHT, acknowledged his Right and Title that he had to the Land aforesd., wch: is ordered to be recorded
- Majr. FRANCIS WRIGHT acknowledged a Bond for performance of Covenants to Mr. FRANCIS THORNTON, wch: is ordered to be recorded
- WILLIAM THORNTON, Son of the aforesd. FRANCIS THORNTON, received the acknowledgmts. of the Deeds and Bonds aforesd.
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1712-1713 Richmond Co VA Order Book 6; Antient Press: (Page 18)
Richmond County Court 7th of May 1712
- Mr. WILLIAM THORNTON took upon himselfe to be Surveyor of the Highways from FOXALL's MILL to the extent of the County for this ensuing year
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1713-1714 Richmond Co VA Order Book 6; Antient Press: (Page 188)
Richmond County Court 7th of April 1714
- Upon the Petition of JAMES KEY, he is admitted to choose a Guardian, whereupon in open Court said JAMES made choice of Mr. WILLIAM THORNTON, which is allowed provided said THORNTON accept the same and give security accordingly att next Court
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James Hughes 2006-01-22 11:02:27
COURT RECORDS DIGEST

STYLE : Courts vs Ridings admrx.
PLAINTIFF(s) : John Courts
DEFENDANT(s) : Aron Thornby; Winifred Thornby (admrx.); George Riding (dec'd)
PLACES MENTIONED : Spotsylvania; King George
REMARK(s) : Deed - George Riding & John Lovell to John Courts - King George - 1779 @
Marriage - John Courts -mr- Susanna Thornton, dau. of William Thornton
Slaves - Phil (carpenter); Lucy & her children Tom, Simon, & Rose
CITATION : Courts vs Ridings admrx. / 1802 / CR-DC-L / 563-81
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/np90.htm
URL title: Note for: William Cockrill
Note:
3 Nov 1742: William COCKRIL witnessed the will of William THORNTON of King George County, Virginia. Other witnesses were Elias SHARP and John Hobby. It is interesting to note that Walter ANDERSON and other family members had relationships to the THORNTON family. Brunswick Parish, King George County, Virginia Will Book A1 page 153-154.

NOTE: This places William COCKRILL in King George County, Virginia about the time Hannah ANDERSON would be of age to marry. To witness a will William would have been at least twenty one years old, so he would have been born before 1721.
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KING GEORGE COUNTY ORDERS 1731-1723
King George County Court 2nd of June 1721; pg 3
- Ordered that WILLIAM THORNTON Gent. take the List of Tythables from KEYS his Swamp to the head of the County for this present year
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1721-1735 King George Co VA Deed Book 1: pg 76-79
Indenture 2/3rd August 1722 between JOHN GREEN of Hanover Parish King George County Planter and ANTHONY THORNTON of St. Pauls Parish in County of Stafford Gent •.. for ffour thousand pounds of good tobacco .. by deeds of Lease and Release •. sold 65 acres bounded as followeth
.• head of a valley that falls into Troro Swamp near a Plantation of ffRANCIS THORNTON whereon lives one WILLIAM GIFTY.. corner tree of JOHN KENDALLS land ..
Presence Fran. Thornton, John Green
Will. Strother Abigail x Green
.. and ABIGAIL the wife of the said JOHN relinquished her Right of Dower and thirds at the Common Law in and to the same .. 7th September 1722 .. Deeds of Lease and Release recorded.
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1721-1735 King George County Deed Book 1, Part 1, (Antient Press); pp.54- 58
Indenture ffirst day of March 1721/ffryday 2nd March 1721 between THOMAS STONE of Charles County in the Province of Maryland Gent. and WILLIAM THORNTON of King George in Colony of Virginia .. by Deeds of Lease and Release .. for thirty pounds Sterling .. grant 200 acres about a mile below the ffalls of Rappahanock river it being part of a tract containing 2000 acres granted to Colo. JOHN CATTLETT by pattent bearing date 2 June 1666, 500 acres of which by sundry means conveyance passed in the proper court became property of one EDWARD MADDOCK late of Stafford County Deceased who by his last will in writeing bearing date 23rd June 1694 and duly proved in Stafford County Court December the 11th 1694 relation thereunto being had .. did give 200 acres of land above said of the said ffive hundred acres to one JOHN ROBBINS son of ROBERT ROBBINS in Maryland and his heir .. with this reservation and proviso that if JOHN ROBBINS should dye without issue of his body lawfully begotten said land should descent to JOHN STONE Son of JOHN STONE Elder of Maryland and his heirs forever which said parties being dead without heirs of their body .. the same doth descend to the within named THOMAS STONE only Brother of the said JOHN STONE of the whole blood as heir at law ..
Presence E. Turbervile, Thomas Stone
M. Battaley
2nd March 1721 .. Deeds of Lease and Release recorded.
Know all men .. I THOMAS STONE of Charles County in the Province of Maryland am holden and bound unto WILLIAM THORNTON in King George
County Colony of Virginia .. penal sum of one hundred pounds Sterling
money of great Brittain 2nd March 1721. The condition if THOMAS
STONE do well and truly to perform .. keep all covenants .. this present obligation to be void ..
Presence E. Turbervile, Thomas Stone
M. Battaley
ffryday 2nd March 1721 .. Bond acknowledged and recorded.
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1721-1735 King George County Deed Book 1, Part II, (Antient Press); pp. 501
Indenture 18th April 1728 between WILLIAM THORNTON and HENRY CALFEE for yearly rent .. 200 acres on uper side of great marsh it being remainder of THORNTONS tract above what is leased to WM. HACKNEY & also one other tract containing 50 acres if he the sd CALFEE shall ever think fitt to make use of it .. THORNTON doth oblige himself to build as soon as conveniently he can next winter one dwelling house twenty foot long sixteen foot wide & to cause to form at least 10,000 corn hills under a good substantial form together with all other rights .. to hold during natural lives of HENRY CALFEE his wife ELENOR CALFEE & his son JOHN and no longer .. paying yearly between 1st of November & 25th December at sd THORNTONS Dwelling house for the first two years five Swine Shoats of 3 month old at least well grown in a thriving condition & clear of Scabs and mange to be gilt or Spaid & well of the same & for next five years to pay ten of the like Shoats and so for every year after fifteen of the like Shoats and likewise pay the yearly Quitrents for the sd 250 acres .. when lease shall become void .. plantation to be left tenantable ..
Presence Max: Robinson, William Thornton
Robt. Stuart Henry x Calfee
3rd May 1728 .. Deed of Lease recorded.
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http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=91&last=&g_p=G5&col lection=NN Grant
Title Thornton, William.
Publication 19 September 1715.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311.
Note Location: Richmond County.
Description: 2658 acres on the western branches of the Elk Marsh and also on Tinpot Run.
Source: Northern Neck Grants No. 5, 1713-1719, p. 91 (Reel 289).
Recorded survey available. Northern Neck Grants No.5 1713-1719. (reverse
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http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=87&last=&g_p=G5&col lection=NN Grant
Title Thornton, William.
Publication 1 August 1715.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311.
Note Location: Richmond County.
Description: 301 acres along the west side of the Great Marsh commonly called the Rappahannock Marsh, beg.g at the foot of a hill called Mount Pleasant.
Source: Northern Neck Grants No. 5, 1713-1719, p. 87 (Reel 289).
Recorded survey available. Northern Neck Grants No.5 1713-1719.
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http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=88&last=&g_p=G5&col lection=NN Grant
Title Thornton, William.
Publication 1 August 1715.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311.
Note Location: Richmond County.
Description: 438 acres on the western branch of the Elk Marsh and also touching on some of the branches of Tinn Pot Run.
Source: Northern Neck Grants No. 5, 1713-1719, p. 88 (Reel 289).
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://vagenweb.org/hening/vol04-22.htm#page_438
URL title: Hening's Statutes at Large
Note:
438

LAWS OF VIRGINIA, AUGUST 1734−−8th GEORGE II.

in case judgment shall be given for the money aforesaid, such money shall be laid out for buying other books for their use.

CHAP. XVIII.
An Act for appointing several new Ferries: And lessening the former rates settled for the Ferriage of Wheel-Carriages: And altering several Court days.

I. WHEREAS the ferries already appointed by law are not sufficient, Be it enacted, by the Lieutenant-Governor, Council and Burgesses, of this present General Assembly, and it is hereby enacted, by the authority of the same, That public ferries be constantly kept at the places herein after named; and that the rates for passing the said ferries, be as follows: that is to say,
New ferries established,
On Patowmack river, from Robert Lovell's, in the county of Westmoreland, across the river, to Maryland, the price for a man, two shillings and six pence, and for an horse, two shillings and six pence.
On Rappahannock river, from the warehouse landing, at the town of Fredericksburg, in the county of Spotsylvania, over the river, to the land of William Thornton, gent. the price for a man, three pence, and for an horse, three pence.
And from Roy's warehouse landing, in the county of Caroline, over the river, to Gibson's warehouse, in the said county of King George, the price for a man, four pence, and for an horse, four pence.
II. And be it further enacted, by the authority aforesaid, That the licences for keeping the said ferries, shall be obtained in the same manner, and the keepers thereof have such exemptions and advantages, and be under the like regulations and restrictions, as is, and are by law provided, for an in respect of the keepers of public ferries heretofore settled and appointed.
III. And for the encouragement of the keepers of the ferries by this act appointed, to provide convenient boats for the transportation of coaches, carts, and waggons, Be it enacted, by the authority aforesaid, That it shall and may be lawful, for the courts of the counties wherein such ferries shall be kept, to direct and appoint Rates for wheel carriages,
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1721-1735 King George County Deed Book 1, Part II, (Antient Press); pp. 564-565
Indenture 1st October 1728 between ROBERT CARTER, NICHOLAS SMITH,
WILLIAM THORNTON, JOHN FITZHUGH & CHARLES CARTER and HENRY FITZHUGH the Younger Directors & Trustees of the Town of Falmouth County of King George of one part and WILLIAM THORNTON of King George County of other part .. for sum of Eight pounds current money of Virginia .. conveyed two Lotts or one acres .. Numbered Nine and Seventeen according to Platt .. To have and to hold .. (See folio 553 to Mann Page) ..
Presence Catesby Cocke, Robert Carter
John Warner, Benja. Rush, John ffitzhugh
Robt. Jones Charles Carter
Memo 1st October 1728 .. Livery & Seizin .. WM. THORNTON presented into Court this Deed for two Lotts No. 9 & 17 ..
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1721-1735 King George County Deed Book 1, Part II, (Antient Press); pp. 635-636
Indenture 5th December 1729 between WILLIAM THORNTON of King George County of one part and THOMAS AIRES AYRES of same of other part .. WILLIAM THORNTON hath leased unto THOMAS AIRES AYRES & his heirs (but not assigns) 150 acres near the Elk marsh on the west side of the westermost branch of the said marsh including two small houses lately built & said land to be laid out contiguous to the houses .. during the natural lives of him THOMAS AIRES AYRES his wife ELIZABETH & his Daughter HENNERETTA .. paying yearly between 1st day of November & 25th December & to be delivered to Thornton dwelling house .. first five years yearly five Swine shoat of 3 months old at least well grown .. clear of scabs & mange to be gilt or spaided .. for next five years succeeding paying yearly 10 such shoats & every year after 15 like shoats yearly .. likewise pay the yearly quitrents ..
Presence John Gilbert, William Thornton
Willm. Hackney, Thoms. Vivion Thomas Akers Ayres
5th December 1729 .. Deed of Lease recorded.
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1721-1735 King George County Deed Book 1-A, (Antient Press); pp. 251-253
Indenture 5th/6th April 1733 between WILLIAM THORNTON of County of King George Gent. & CHARLES CARTER of Middlesex County Esqr. by deeds of lease & release .. for One hundred pounds current money of Virginia sold 333 acres as appears by a Patent granted Dec. 21, 1709 to JAMES INNIS & by said JAMES INNIS in his last will & testament given to his Daughter ELIZABETH who intermarrying with THOMAS ffOXHALL did jointly sell to WILLIAM THORNTON & WILLIAM WOODFORD of Essex County the 333 acres by Agreement between WILLIAM WOODFORD & WILLIAM THORNTON, the said WILLIAM THORNTON is now in actual possession .. said land bounded .. line of MARTHA VICARIS; up the ffall run to the land of CHARLES CARTER; land of RICHARD CHICHESTER Esqr.
Presence Lunsford Lomax, Wm. Thornton
T: Turner, Antho: Haynie
Edw: Barradall
4th May 1733 .. Deeds of Lease & Release & Receipt for Consideration money presented into Court by THOMAS TURNER on behalf of sd Carter . ordered to be recorded.
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1721-1735 King George County Deed Book 1-A, (Antient Press); pp. 277-279
Indenture 27th/28th ffebruary 1733 between WILLIAM THORNTON Parish of Brunswick, King George County & CHARLES CARTER of Urbanna in County of Middlesex Esqr. .. sells two lots or half acres in Town of ffallmouth in Parish of Brunswick by deeds of lease & release for Thirty pounds current money Lots Numbers 9 & 17 bounded as follows .. (9) headeth down King Street .. up George Street .. on King Street to beginning .. Lot (17) begins on Prince Street & is in length along the sd Street breadth down George Street ..
Presence Benja. Robinson, Wm. Thornton
Catesby Cocke
1st March 1733 .. Deeds of Lease and Release with Receipt for consideration recorded.
=== Magaret thornton is his sister
1735-1743 King George County Deed Book 2 (Antient Press); pp. 269-271
Indenture made 9th January 1738 between WILLIAM THORNTON King George County & ANTHONY STROTHER of same .. hath leased Tract on Rappahannock River about two miles below the Falls containing about 225 acres unto ANTHONY STROTHER & BEHETHALAN his wife during the time that he or she shall think fit to .. abide thereon .. provided that .. do not at any time presume to clear cut down or tend any Ground that bath not been heretofore cleared .. nor cut down wood except such shall be necessary .. nor deliver right to any other person .. if Strother do move they are to pay Rents .. further agreed if William Thornton sell said Land .. he may without any hindrance .. to pay rent for first year ending at Chrismass next 930 pounds good Tobacco in one cask convenient to some Landing in King George County .. like quantity for second year .. the Third year to be Rent free so to continue .
Presence Jeas. Mackie, Will: Thornton
Benja: Strother, Margaret x Strother Antho. Strother
At a court held 7th September 1739 .. Lease recorded.
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1735-1743 King George County Deed Book 2 (Antient Press); pp 490-492
Indenture made 24th June 1743 between FRANCES THORNTON King George County Widow & Relict of WILLIAM THORNTON late of King George County Gent deced of one part and WILLIAM THORNTON only Son and Heir of sd William .. Whereas by last will & testament .. 3rd November last past after legacies .. did give residue unto his Dearly beloved wife Frances and his only Son William .. for Divers causes .. Frances released all Dower & Right of Titles .. lands .. which were of said William Thornton Deced .. at any time during coverture between him and said Frances in counties King George, Prince William .. else where .. and the said WILLIAM THORNTON shall permit FRANCES during the term of her natural life to occupy the Mansion House which the said WILLIAM died in .. with the Gardens thereunto belonging .. and all household goods and furniture .. provide yearly in a handsome & plentifull manner good and sufficient provisions .. also pay yearly Sixteen Pounds Sterling Money of great Britain & the further sum of Five pounds current money of Virginia together with the yearly wages of a Servant woman to wait and attend upon her .. if she shall think fit to hire one .. and lastly .. shall pay unto Frances upon demand the full Sum of Two hundred pounds current money of Virginia together with lawfull interest at rate of Five per Centum per annum .. until Principal sum be paid .. which interest shall be yearly paid ..
Presence Ann x Robertson, Frances Thornton
Ignatius West, John Hobby, William Thornton
Fran. Thornton
At a court held 2nd September 1743 .. Deed recorded.
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Northern Neck Warrants and Surveys Vol IV, King George Co. Va {Peggy Joyner}
WILLIAM THORNTON, no wart, survd 8 Nov. 1723; 230 a. on the Gt Marsh, the Marsh Run; plat shows William Thornton's marsh plantation with four buildings drawn; adj. his own, William Allen's. Surv. William Thornton. 
Thornton, William (I023757)
 
76949 William Seymour who went to Bermuda in the early 1600’s. According to Ancestral Records and Portraits from the Colonial Dames of America:
“In 1617 William Seymour was foreman of the Grand Jury of Assize Court. In 1619 he was Sergeant Major under Governor Nat. Butler, and in 1623, he was Councillor for Sandys Tribe. The last official mention of him is August, 1628.”

This senior William had two sons:

1) In 1638, Captain William Seymour, Jr., was Councillor of State and Commander of Paget Fort, 1653. The last reference to him is May 3 and 4, 1653, as Councillor and Commander of Southampton Fort.” (all in Bermuda) William, Jr. married Elizabeth Chaddock, daughter of Governor Thomas Chaddock.

2) Hon. Florentius Seymour, was Governor-General of Bermuda, 1663 to 1668, and 1681, in which year he died, on November 3. Bermuda was at that time part of the Virginia Colony. He was Councillor of State and Captain of Southampton Fort, 1661. Florentius married Ruth Paynter. 
Seymour, William (I077198)
 
76950 William Shawe 5.62 A TA #41704 #41704 Apr 29 1678
Payments to: James Eustice, Thomas Smith, Abraham Bishop, Samuel' Shepperd, Thomas Francis (administrator of John Shawe), William Rapier, William Dobyn, Leonard Daniell, Thomas Joss, Edward Winekies, Capt. Philemon Lloyd, William Hemsley, Briant O'Maly, Henry Howard for company Benony Eaton & Co. (merchants in London), John Walker.
Mentions: suit by William Tollard, Joyce Shawe (widow).
Distribution to: orphans (unnamed) (under age).
Administrators: Abraham Bishop and Francis Morlin of Talbot County. They are securities for Nicholas Shawe (brother of deceased) of Cecil County. 
Shaw, William (I068986)
 

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