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

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76901 this is a different George Payne than the one that died in King George's County, VA 1745.. see his will Payne, George (I060123)
 
76902 this is a different George than the one that lived in charles co. md.
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George Taylor, dated Jun 24 1706, proven Aug 7 1706, Parish of Sittenborne, Richmond Co: wife Susanna the plantation adjoining George Tomlin during her natural life, my English Brantman ewes and rams, negro man Tony, negro woman Dale, hogs, etc; to my daughter Mary Gaines, land on the east side of Little Creek and after her death, to George Gaines, youngest son of said Martha, also my servant man named John Hunter the taylor [tailor], my negro man named Sampson, negro Maria; after the death of my wife to George Gaines, youngest son of said Martha Gaines; unto Daniel Gaines, eldest son of Bernard Gaines and said Martha his wife; to the church, glebe, Parish of Sittonbourne, Richmond County; unto Henry Wilson, clothes; to Thomas Dickenson, the writer of my last will, 20 shillings; Susanna Taylor executrix, signed George Taylor; witnesses Robert Gordon, Elizabeth Bradley, Anna Poil, Richard Jeffery, Thomas Dickenson; recorded Aug 7 1706.

see www.akblomquist.bizland.com for more narrative
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North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Viriginia Wills
fl00r - George TAYLOR, Sitt. Par., will; 24 Jun 1706, 7 Aug 1706. wife Susannah plant. where I now live on the west side of [ ? ]; dau. Martha GAINES to have an English servantman, John [HINTER] and a tract of land; George GAINES youngest son of Martha; Daniel eld. son of Bernard and Martha GAINES; Henry WILSON; Thomas DICKENSON who wrote this will; ex: wife; wits: Robert GORDEN, Elizabeth BRADLEY, Anna POST, Edward JEFFREY, Thomas DICKENSON.
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1705-1706 Richmond Co VA Order Book 4; Antient Press: (Page 190)
Richmond County Court 7th of August 1706
- This day the Last Will and Testament of Lieut. Colo. GEORGE TAYLER being presented to this Court by Madm. SUSANNA TAYLER, Exrx. therein named for prooth, the same was proved by the Oathes of ROBERT GARDEN, ANNA PORT and THOMAS DICKENSON, three of the wittnesses thereto & Order for Probate granted thereon
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North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Viriginia Wills
Elias WILSON, Sitt.Par., will; 2 Mar 1697/98, 6 Mar 1699/ 1700
sons Henry all my part and share of 350 ac. bought of Thomas NORTON by me, John CARTON, and John [HUGHES], James 254 ac., Elias; dau. Elizabeth the wife of Edward [MOSELEY]; dau. Martha; grchil. Edward MORRIS, Charles [SNEAD],Jr., and Elias [SNEAD] sons to my decd dau. [Sheba]; ex: wife Susannah and son Elias; wits: Thomas LONG, Thomas BRADLEY. [A cod. nominates Capt. George TAYLOR, William COLSTON, and Edwin CONWAY as overseers.)
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1705-1706 Richmond Co VA Order Book 4; Antient Press: (Page 248)
Richmond County Court 6th of March 1706/1707
- Upon Petition of BERNARD GAINES and MARTHA his Wife setting forth that GEORGE TAYLER, Gent., late of this County, deced., did by his Last Will and Testament in writing beareing date the 24th day of June now last past (inter alia) give and devise unto them severall Legacys and appointed his Wife, SUSANNA TAYLER, Executrix thereof, which said SUSANNA afterwards att a Court held for said County the 7th day of August now last past, proved said Will and accepted the Executorship and BERNARD GAINES and MARTHA his Wife praying that SUSANNA TAYLER might by Order of this Court be enjoyned to returne an Inventory of the deced.'s Estate upon Oath, and that the Crops of Tobbacco and Come growing att the time of the deced.'s death might also be divided according to the intent of the Last Will of GEORGE TAYLER, to witt, one third part to said SUSANNA and the other two thirds unto said BERNARD and MARTHA his Wife. said SUSANNA TAYLER appeareing and the Court having heard the arguments insisted upon as well by said BERNARD and MARTHA as said SUSANNA in this behalfe, and forasmuch as it appeared that BERNARD GAINES had but one Servant att work in the Corp aforesaid, it is the Judgment of this Court that BERNARD GAINES and MARTHA his wife have but one fourth part of the Cropp of Tobbo. and Corne made with the three Servants of SUSANNA TAYLER and the one Servant of BERNARD GAINES, And upon request of BERNARD GAINES and MARTHA his Wife and SUSANNA TAYLER, Colo. JOHN CATTLETT and Capt. EDWARD BARROW are desired to meet att the House of GEORGE TAYLER sometime betweene this and next Court and do inventory all the Estate of the deced. not already divided as shall be presented to theire view and make report of theire proceedings therein to next Court under theire hands in writing, and Capt. EDWARD BARROW is also requested to administer an Oath to SUSANNA TAYLER for the true delivery of the Estate
- Ordered that BERNARD GAINES be fined according to Law for prophane sweareing in the presence and heareing of the Court
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Va Co. Records volume VI; pages 257-261 Crozier
Farnham Parish, Rappahannock (Richmond) County, Virginia.

Captain George Taylor, one of the executors of the will of William Sargent, probated 14 April, 1683. Mrs. Martha Taylor is one of the legatees. (Rappahannock Co.)

George Taylor, mentioned as the father-in-law of Elizabeth Jones in the will of Thomas Bliss[ed], dated 7 Feb., 1676. (Rappahannock Co.)

Bliss[ed], Thomas. 7 Feb., 1676-7-4 July, 1677. John, son of Elias Wilson, and Susan, his wife; Phebe Wilson, daughter of same; Elizabeth Jones, daughter-in-law to George Taylor; Mrs. Mary Harper and her eldest daughter Elizabeth Boulware; Sarah Harper; Edward Freeman and William Sergeant, executors; witnesses John Savage, David Romer.

Captain George Taylor, a Justice for Rappahannock 2 May, 1685.
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Wills of Old Rappahannock County, Virginia [William Montgomery Sweeny] Wills in the Record Book entitled Wills No. 2, 1677-1682.
BLISSED, (BLISFED), THOMAS,
IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN this I ordain my last Will & Testamt: Revoaking all Others being in perfect health & memory First I bequeath my Soule to Almighty God & my Saviour Jesus Christ by Whom I hope to Receive Salvation, & my Body to the Earth from Whence it Came Impre : I bequeath unto John Willson sonne of Elias Willson & Susanna his Wife to wch : Child I am God Father three thousand pounds of Tobacco to be Conveniently laid out for his Edification when he shall Attain to the Age of Eight Yeares old in Learning the Word of God. Secundas. I bequeath to Phebe Willson Daughter to the sd Elias & Susanna thirty Shillings or the Value in Tobacco to buy her a Ring when she shall Arrive at the age of Seventeen Yeares. Tertius. I bequeath unto Elizabeth Jones Daughter in Law to Mr: George Taylor, Twenty Shillings to buy her a Ring At the Value in Tobacco. Quartus. I Bequeath to Mrs : Mary Harper & her Eldest Daughter Elizabeth Bowlware twenty Shillings a peice to buy them two Rings or the like Value in Tobacco. Quinqe I bequeath unto Sarah Harper one thousand pounds of Tobacco & twenty Shillings to buy her a Ring or the Value in Tobacco. Sep I doe ordaine & Depute Edward Freeman & William Serjeant, to be my whole & Sole Executor's : to See my Will performed after my debts paid to See all the Legacies paid According to my Will but if any of the Legatees Should die before the Probate of my Will, then to Redown to my Executor° & all the Remaining Part of my Estate in What Sort or kind Soever to be Equally divided between them only my Silver Tobacco Box to be given to Susanna Willson & my Signet to Mr James Miller of York, this being my last Will & Testament all others Renounced & Revoaked I doe here in perfect health & memory Put to my hand & Seale this 7th : day of February 1676/7
Sealed & Delivered in the THOMAS BLISFED Seale
prsence of
JOHN SAVAGE DAVID ROMER
THE Wth :IN Named John Savage aged 29 Yeares or thereabouts
& David Roomee aged 32 yeares of thereabouts Sworne & Examined Saith that they did See the Wth: [within] named Thomas Missed Signe Seale & publish the wth:in mentioned to be his last Will & Testamt:
& that he was in Perfect sence & memory at the Signing Sealing & publishing thereof to the best of their Judgmt & further Saith not JOHN SAVAGE DAVID ROMER
Jurantr Savage Et Romer in Cur Com Rappae : 4th Die Julij 1677
Test
Edmd : CRASK Cl Cur
Probatr Et Recordatr Test
EDMOND CRASK Cl Cur
Exd. Page 35.
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Wills of Rappahannock County, Virginia, 1658-1692 page 89
SARGENT, WILLIAM, 14 April, 1683.
I dispose of my worldly estate as followeth after my funerall charges debts and Legacies paid.
To son George all my lands in Virg or elsewhere to be delivered to him by my Executors hereafter named when he shall attain to the age of twenty years also to my son George all my personall estate together with the produce thereof to be delivered to him as soon as he shall attaine to the age of twenty years aforesaid. If my Executors hereafter named shall think fit to bring my perishable goods to an appraisement or to be sold at an outcry then the produce thereof to be delivered to my son George at the age aboresaid. My will and desire is that one diaper table Cloath fifteen napkins a bell mettle pot And a feather bed and furniture ten breeding Cows A bull and my Mares Remaine unsold with their Encrease And that the said Cattle and Mares Remain on the Plantation and lands whereon I now live And the encrease to be delivered to my son George at the age aforesaid. What other goods my Executors shall keep and think fitt not to be sold or appraised to Remaine in their Custody And to be delivered to my son George at the age aforesaid. My will is that out of ye produce of what goods my Executors shall make sale of that it be laid out in good Non household stuff and such other necessaries as they shall think fitt for the benefit of my son George and his Plantations to be delivered to him at the age abovesaid. My will is that both my Plantations be kept employed by my Executors And that my houses and fences be kept in Repair until my son shall Attain to the age above said And that one sixty foot tobacco house be built on the Plantation where I now live about two years before he attain to his said age. It is my will that my Executors give a lease to Richard Mathews of the land he now lives on until my son George comes to the age aforesaid he paying the quit Rents during ye time. In case my said son shall dye (w God forbid) before he attain to the age of twenty years then I give unto Richard Mathews his heirs and assigns forever ye Plantation whereon he now lives in the fforest with a hundred acres adjoining it. In case of my sons death above said [-----] unto William Whitridge his heirs and assigns forever [-----] Son of John Whitridge one hundred acres of land of the same dividend adjoining on the dividing land between Mrs Joane Clark and mine. In case of my sons death as aforesaid I give unto Will Warren his heirs and assign's forever son of John Warren one hundred acres of land of the same divident adjoining on Will Whitridge, Richard Mathews and John Bowen. In case of my sons death as aforesaid I give unto Henry Feild his heirs and assigns forever son of Abraham Ffeild devd one hundred acres of land of the same divident Crossing the lines of Will Whitridge And William Warren to John Bowen line and back to the dividing line of Mrs Joane Clark and mine. In case of my sons death as aforesaid I give unto Will Griffin his heirs and assigns forever son of Will Griffin decd fifty acres of land the same divident beginning at the great Swamp of his fathers line running along the said line to the line of Henry feild aforesd. In case of my sons death as aforesaid I give unto Frances Sterne her heirs and assigns forever daughter of David Sterne and Rebeccah Wells her heirs and assigns forever daughter of Barnaby Wells the residue of the said land in the forest aforesaid to be equally divided between them quantity for quantity and quality for quality. In case of my sons death aforesaid I give unto John Deane his heirs and assigns forever son of John Deane one of my Executors hereafter named all the plantation with the land belonging whereon I now live together with ten Cattle that is to say six cows and one bull and three steeres Alsoe the hogs on the said land belonging to me. In case of my sons death aforesaid ye Residue of my Estate to be distributed among the poorest and most incapable of living of my God Children According to ye discretion of my Executors if they think fitt.
To every and each of my friends here named; George Jones to Honoria his wife to John Weire to Mr Daniel Gaines to Mr Thomas Perkins to Mrs. Jane Deane wife of John Deane one of my Executors to Mrs. Martha Taylor twenty shillings apiece to buy them mourning Rings. To each of my Executors hereafter named twenty shillings apiece to buy them mourning Rings. It is my will that my said Son remain with his God father and Godmother until he attaine to the age aforesaid and to be brought up to learn to Read write and Cast accounts and the Grammer Rules if possible. And last I ordaine and appoint Capt George Taylor John Deane and Mrs Elizabeth Jones Exs. of this my last will and Testament.
Wit. ALEX. DONIPHAN, aged 30 years or thereabouts, Rees EVANS, aged 30 years or thereabouts, JOHN MILLS, age 36 years or thereabouts.
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Wills of Old Rappahannock County, Virginia [William Montgomery Sweeny]
TOMLIN, ROBERT,*
To son Robert Tomlin all my land and plantation at Arraricke with all the household goods & stock upon it to him & his heirs forever & likewise one negroe due to me from Mr Malachiah Peale with one feather bed boulder & Rugg which lyeth in my wife's Chamber And my Great Iron Gray Mare with all her Increase to him & his heirs for ever.
Item I give unto my Cozen George Tomlin one young Mare about two years old, one feather bed which Lyeth in the hall with the furniture to itt belonging, one Iron pott about four or five Gallons & nineteen hundred pounds of Tobo. which John ffenner oweth me to build him a house upon his owne Land And Likewise a man servant which I am Indebted to him, And likewise itt is 'my will that he shall have his own Cattell which was brought over to my plantation.
Item. I give & bequeath unto my son William Tomlin all the Land & plantation which I formerly bought of Mr. Thomas Gordon all the household goods & stocke of Cattell which are upon itt with the negroes & feather bed with the furniture to itt belonging which Lyeth in my wifes Chamber, & one feathr. bed more with the furniture thereto belonging about eight or nine pounds price which I will my Executr. hereafter named to buy for him & all the horses & mares which he always Claimed as his owne, to him & his heires forever, and Likewise I give more to my son William halfe a dozen pewter dishes one Table, four paire of sheets & two suits of Table Linen.
Item. I give unto my Loving wife one third pta. of the plantation & Land whereon I now live & leaving noe more Land but towards the poynt of woods next the River & to Keep everything in repaire as now itt is, And likewise one third part of the plantation & Land I formerly bought of Thomas Rawson during her life, five and twenty head of Cattell & one third part of my horses & mares not before bequeathed & Likewise this psent Cropp she paying my debts out of itt & maintaininge my son William and 3 daughters with necessaries for this psent year & afterwards with the pfitts of my negroes & stocke to maintain my 3 daughters & give them convenient Learnynge during the time they live with her which my desire is till they marry or come to age.
Item. My will is that if my said wife Rebeccah Tomlin doe not assent of this my will then she shall have no more than an equall childs part of my personal Estate.
I will & bequeath unto my daughter Rebecca Tomlin all the plantation & Land whereon I now live after her mothers decease unto her & her heirs forever. Item. I will & bequeath unto my daughter Hannah Tomlin the Land I formerly bought of Thomas Rawson aftr: her mothrs decease to her & her heirs forever.
Item. I will & bequeath unto my daughter Martha Tomlin my mill with all the priviledges to me belonging or in any wise appertaining to her & her heirs forever also my will is that my Executr. shall keep my Mill in repairs with the pfitts that shall come of the Mill and the remaindr. of the profitts shall be & remain for the use and benefitt of my aforesaid daughtr. to be returned to her at the age of one & twenty years or marriage which shall first happen according to the discretion of my Executr:
Item itt is my will & desire that if all or any of my said daughters shall attain to ye age of one & twenty years or marry before my sd wife shall depart this life, then my will is that my Executr. shall equally divide the negroes Cattel & horses which are upon my plantation as they come of age or marry respectively except my wifes thirds during her life of her personal estate & after her death to be equally divided between my three daughters but if itt should happen that any of my daughters should die before the age of 21 years or marry then the Lands Negroes & stocks to goe to the survivor equally. Item my will is & I freely bequeath unto my brother Capt. George Taylor one of my saddle horses which are upon my plantation which he shall please to accept of after my decease.
Item I give unto my Cozen Martha Taylor my mare about two years old with her increase to her & her heirs forever.
Item I give unto my sister Mrs Martha Taylor one Gold ring about 12 shillings price.
Item I give unto Robt Brooke two pieces of eight two New England shillings & six pence which is [in] my Lettr. Case in my Truncke.
Item I give & bequeath six hundred pounds of Tobacco to be Laide out in Mourning Ribbon to be given to my friends at my funerall according as my executor shall think fitt. Item my will is that the two dwelling houses upon my son William's plantation shall be both new covered & the Tobacco house in the bottom new posted & mended out of the produce of the Tobacco of this prsent Cropp Also my will is that if my Executr shall thinke fitt that my son William Tomlin be not capable of managing the plantation to him bequeathed that then my will is that my Executor shall keep the plantation in his owne hands till my son comes of age only the profits in the meantime to return to the boy.
Also that whereas I have already consigned seaventy five bushells of wheat to new England as by bills of Laidinge will appear, my will is that the produce of itt att the returne may be equally divided between my wife son William & her three daughters And likewise my will is that the wheat which I have att home in my Barne & my mill, which I suppose may be about 200 bushells may be shipt & consigned to New England accordingly as I formerly took Care pposd by my Letters writt to Mr: Saffin & the pduce of that at the return to be equally divided between my wife son William & my three daughters.
Exr. my loving Brother Capt. George Taylor my Loving wife Rebecca my full & sole Executr. & Likewise if they see fitt for the good of my wife & children to dispose of any horses & mares according to their discretion. If my brother dies before this will be fulfilled I desire my son Robert Tomlin to join with my wife & to assist her according to his endeavour.
Witnesses : ROBERT TOMLIN seal
HEN AWBREY
WILL Moseley
Ro : Brooke.
7 March, 1683 ; 3 October, 1688.
Pages 28-32.
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Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 3 - 1663-1668; Antient Press: pg 213
WHEREAS MR GEORGE TAYLOR JUNIOR hath made complaint to us that he stands indebted to DAVID WARREN late of Bristoll (deced) in the sume of Two thousand pounds of Tob. or Neare thereabouts the said Sume being the remainder of a Bill of greater quantity and the said Warrens Attorney neglecting to receive the sd Tob: both this yeare and last Now the said Taylor desireing the Benefitt of the Act for Tender wee doe appoynt ELIAS WILSON. JNO FENNILL & GEO IVORY three of the neighbourhood who are sworne before us to view the sd Tob• both Quallity and Quantity and accordingly to make report to us undr: their hands dated this 18th Febry 1666
Sworne before us JOHN WALKER HUM BOOTH
WE WHOSE NAMES are hereundr. written being to view a parcell of Tob owing by Mr GEO. TAYLOR JUNIOR to Mr DAVID WARREN of Bristoll, doe certifye that there is weighed & marked as per Mr. GENT for the said Warren his use the full sume of two thousand Eighty four pounds of good sound Tob. Net allowing for Tare 70 pounds per caste WITTNESS ur hands this 19th Febry 1666
JOHN FENNILL, GEORGE IVORY, ELIAS WILSON
Recordat xii Die Martii 1666
=== George is POA - some sort of relationship between him Mosse & Tomlin
Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 5, Part II - 1674-1676; Antient Press: pg 190-192
NOW ALL MEN that we WILLIAM MOSSE, ROBT. TOMLIN together with the consent of BRIDGET & REBECCA our Wives due for ourselves our heirs and either or any of our heirs sell and make over from us two hundred twenty and three acres of land scituate and being in the County of Rappa on the North side thereof being part of a greater quantity to us granted by Pattent bearing date the 25th of May 1663, bounding as followeth Beginning at a white Oake in the edge of a pocoson behind the land of WILLIAM BRUCE and HENRY CREIGHTON and runneth thence N. E. to a red Oake thence W. to an Oake thence S. to a white Oake in the said pocoson and thence alongst the same E. to the place first mentioned unto ELIAS WILSON his heirs and assigns forever withall rights wth all woods waters and all other rights thereunto belonging in as full manner as it is to us granted by the said Pattent and farther we the sd ROBERT & WILLIAM together with our Wives REBECCA and BRIDGETT or any of our heirs doe hereby promise and agree with the said ELIAS that he shall peaceably and quietly use & enjoy the same & every part to him and his heirs and assigns without the hindrance of any of us our heirs forever in consideration of the sum of Two thousand four hundred pounds to tobacco and cask to us in hand paid & doe therefore for ourselves our heirs warrant the same and every part thereof to the sd ELIAS his heirs as before expressed & shall at all times keepe harmless the said ELIAS or his heirs or assigns against all persons under us pretending any lawfull claime to any part and for the better confirmation of this our Deed we will acknowledge the same together with our Wives either by ourselves or our known lawfull attornies at the next Court held for this County when thereunto lawfully called he discharging all rents & services due for the same by the sd Pattent. In Witness wee have set our hands & seals this third of March 1673/4
in presence of us GEORGE TAYLER, WILLIAM MOSSE
ROGER PARRY ROBERT THOMLIN
BRIDGET MOSSE
Recognit in Cu Com Rappa 4 die March 73
Test EDMD. CRASK Cl Cur
KNOW ALL MEN that we REBECCA THOMLIN and BRIDGET MOSS of the County of Rappa doe hereby make our well beloved friend GEORGE TAYLER of the same place our true and lawfull Attorney for us & in our names to make an acknowledgement of a parcell of land sold by our Husbands to ELIAS WILSON as deeds doe appeare and do hereby allow what our said Attorney shall doe in the premises to be as effectual in Law as if we ourselves were personally present & for the true performance of all the premises wee have hereunto sett our hands & seals this 3 day of March 1673
in presence of ROGER PERRY REBECCA THOMLIN
SAMUEL ASHWORTH BRIDGETT MOSSE
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Old Rappahannock Co VA Deed & Will Book 6, Part I - 1677-1678; Antient Press: pg 171
THIS INDENTURE made this Sixth day of June 1678 And on ye Thirtieth years of ye Reigne of or: Soveraigne Lord Charles ye Second of England, Scotland, France & Ireland, King Defendr, of ye Faith, etc,, Between THOMAS GOODRICH of sd County Gent. of ye one pte., and GEORGE TAYLOR of ye said County alsoe Gent. of the other parte, Witnesseththat ye said THOMAS GOODRICH for ye better & more sure paymt. of severall sumes of tobacco hereafter particularly mentioned in ye provisoe hereunto written, hath given & confirmed unto ye said GEORGE TAYLOR all that tract of land and whereon I ye said THOMAS GOODRICH now dwelleth being in ye Parish of Farnham in ye County aforesaid on ye South side of Rappae: River adjoyning on ye land formerly belonging to JOHN GILLETT & now to ROBERT THOMLIN wth all houses, edifices & buildings, gardens, orchrds & appurtenances to said land belonging as ye same is now used by ye said THOMAS GOODRICH; To have & to hold ye sd tract of land wth all prmises before granted unto ye said GEORGE TAYLOR his heires & assignes from hence forth & for ever wth warranty agst all persons forever allwaies & upon this condition nevertheless that in case ye said THOMAS GOODRICH his heires or assignes doe well & truely pay ye several! sumes of tobacco herein mentioned (Vizt) Six thousand Six hundred Sixty & Six unto ye said GEORGE TAYLOR, Six thousand Six hundred Sixty & Six pounds of tobacco & cask unto JAMES INCLEDON & COMPANY; Three thousand foure hundred & fifty pounds of tobacco & cask unto DANIELL SLUTELY; Three thousand Two hundred & Sixteene pounds of tobacco & cask unto ye sd JAMES INCLEDON & COMPANY, agt ye times & places particularly mentioned in foure several! Bills or Obligations undr. ye hand & Seale of ye said THOMAS GOODRICH bearing date wth these prsents, And that according to ye true intent & meaning of them ye said Bills & every of them, Then ye grant hereby made of ye prmises shall cease & be utterly void and of noe effect In Witness whereof ye parties to
these prsents have set their hands & seales
Sealed & Delivd. in prsence of
WM: LLOYD; THO: GORDON THO: GOODRICH
Rccordatr in Cur Corn Rappae: 6 die Junii 1678
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Old Rappahannock Co Va Order Book - 1683-1685; Antient Press: page 44
- Rappahannock County Court 2nd of October 1684
- Capt. GEORG TAYLER (as marrying the Relict of Capt. WILLIAM MOSELEY deced) confessed Judgment of Collonl CUTHBERT POTTER for eighteen hundred and twenty nine pounds of tob: and caske to be paid with costs of suite als Execution; but no Exec. to issue till the tenth of Octobr: 1685; it being full satisfaction for an Order past against the Estate of the said MOSELEY for the same sume
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Old Rappahannock Co Va Order Book - 1683-1685; Antient Press: pg 49
Rappahannock County Court 6th of November 1684
- For as much as Mrs. MARTHA MOSELEY, Relict and Administrx. of Capt. WM. MOSELEY, hath not yet had any allowance of her Paraphernalia out of her deceased Husbands Estate, It is by this Court thought fitt and accordingly ordered that the said Mrs. MARTHA MOSELEY now marryed to Capt. GEORGE TAYLER be allowed Twelve hundred pounds of tob: out of the said Capt. MOSELEYs Estate, it being the Apprizement of one bed and furniture belonging to the Estate of the sd Capt. MOSELEY
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Old Rappahannock Co Va Order Book - 1683-1685; Antient Press: pg 94
Rappahannock County Court 7th of May 1685
- Md: That this Court have covinanted & agreed to & with Capt. GEORGE TAYLER of this County well and workmanlike to erect build & sett up in a place convenient on the County Land on the North side the river whereon the COURTHOUSE now stands, a good & sufficient PRISON containing Fifteen foot in width Twenty foot in length seven & half foot in highth under a Strange Doore providing Substantial hookes and hinges for the same, Also a stud round the sd Building with strong studs in distance one from the other not exceeding six inches, Further that the sd Capt. TAYLER doth agree at his own proper cost & charge to find all materialls whatsoever fitt for setting up & finishing the sd Building or PRISON except a Lock for the Doore thereof as also to erect set up and finish the said Building (or cause the same to be don) well 6c in workmanlike manner as aforesd. by the last of October next ensueing having Liberty to cut down & use about the sd Building such Timber as he can find growing upon the sd Land belonging to the County; In Consideration of wch: sd Building or PRISON to be done & finished in manner & at ye time aforesd. this Court do covinant & grant to pay unto the sd Capt. TAYLER Six thousand pounds of Tobb: & cask convenient in the County to be raised & paid out of the County Leavey this ensueing yeare
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Old Rappahannock Co Va Order Book - 1685-1687; Antient Press: pg 121
- Rappahannock County Court 4th of September 1685
- Whereas CATHERINE BOOTH, one of the Orphans of Capt. HUMPHREY BOOTH some time since of this County deced, made humble suit to this Court and that being arived at full age, she the sd CATHERINE might be vested wth the half part of her Fathers Estate given her by his last Will & Testamt., And Whereas the sd CATHERINE in her minority was by the aforesd. Will placed under the care of Mrs. MARTHA MOSELEY, Wife of Capt. WM. MOSELEY, since deceased, who in right of the Orphan possessed himself of the half part of the sd Capt. BOOTHs Estate, The Court therefore seriously weighing the matter have thought fitt & accordingly order that Capt. GEO: TAYLER, (who intermarryed wth MARTHA the Relict & Administratrx. of the sd Capt. WM. MOSELEY & since hath obtained Quietus est from the sd MOSELEYs Estate excepting Three thousand pounds of tobb & cask) do forthwith pay unto the sd CATHERINE BOOTH the sd Three thousand pounds of tobb & cask als exe. 
Taylor, George (I022844)
 
76903 this is a different Thomas Warren than EFSM Vol 5, page 126. It was an earlier Thomas Warren that married Rebecca Kirkley (per linda reno it was Rebecca Tucker that married Thomas Warren

depositioned 40 yrs old in 1718 CCR CL.468
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Patrick Farrell 27.63 A SM £13.13.0 £14.3.11 Dec 4 1706
Payments to: Col. Henry Low, Robert Storton, Susanna Heard, Nicholas Poore, Charles Carles per Richard Miller.
Administratrix: Honor Warren, wife of Thomas Warren. 
Warren, Thomas (I042944)
 
76904 this is a guess at her parents based on the 1785 deed that follows

=== Contributed by Ralph D. Smith

There are undocumented claims that Philip's wife Mary was Mary Adams. See the Mar. 1785 record below for a discussion of the Adams family.

Mar. 1785 - Fauquier Co., Va. Deeds. Thomas Smith and his wife Elizabeth [nee Adams] lease 50 acres to Philip Cooksey for the term of 29 years, beginning at Francis Ash's and Smith's corners to the road called Adams. Philip Cooksey signs his name.
Sources: (1) Alcock, John P., "Fauquier Families,
1759-1799," p. 75, and (2) Gott, John K., "Fauquier County, Virginia Deeds, 1778-1785," p. 92.
Comment: Alcock (pp. 1-2) shows that the land being leased was on Goose Creek and Crooked Run, and had come to Elizabeth from her father John Adams, who d. May 1781 in Fauquier Co., Va. with very large landholdings there. John Adams (wife Sarah Stacey) had formerly lived in Charles Co., Md., and, in addition to dau. Elizabeth who m. Thomas Smith, his children included son John Adams (eldest son and heir at law) who still lived in Charles Co., son Littleton Adams of Fauquier Co, and dau. Susannah Adams of Fauquier Co. who m. Thomas Marshall, Jr. These are the 3 Adams children mentioned in the 1795 record below. The other children of Fauquier Co. John Adams were George, Josias, Thomas, James, and Ann who m. Francis Ash. This is the same Adams family, three members of whom witnessed the Mar. 1791 Charles Co. will of Philip's father.

1795 - Fauquier Co., Va. Deeds. John Adams. of Charles Co. Md .. and wife Elizabeth. sell the land inherited by John's sister Susanna Adams Marshall from their father to three different men: (1) Littleton Adams. (2) John Ashby. and (3) Philip Cooksey.
Source: Alcock, John P .• "Fauquier Families. 1759-1799," 
Adams, Mary (I065126)
 
76905 This is a guess.

This is the only Nancy Marshall in the area during this time. 
Marshall, Nancy (I000915)
 
76906 this is a placeholder not a real person Carter, Virginia (I088508)
 
76907 this is an internet birth date...earliest record for henry is 1738
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Abstracts of Lancaster County, Virginia Wills 1653-1800; {Ida J. Lee}
TAPSCOTT, Henry, of Parish of Christ Church. 29 Dec. 1777. Rec. 19 Apr. 1781.
Wife: Mary.
Sons: Henry, Rawleigh, William (land in Northumberland), Martin (land in Richmond Co.), Chichester, Richard, Joseph and Samuel Tapscott.
Daus: Sarah, Betsy and Polly Tapscott, Ann Rogers, Alice Tapscott.
Child unborn.
Exors: Wife and friends Richard Mitchell and sons Joseph and Rawleigh Tapscott.
Wits: John Chinn, Richard Mitchell, Jos. Shearman. W.B. 20, p. 190.

TAPSCOTT, Henry. Sale of estate. 21 Sept. 1789, Rec. W.B. 22, p. 238.
15 Feb. 1790. Division of estate.
Heirs: Mrs. Mary Tapscott (widow), Henry, William, Sally, Rawleigh, Martin, Chichester, Richard, Joseph, Betsy, Polly, John Tapscott.
By James Ball, Rawl. W. Downman, William Sydnor. W.B. 22, p. 251.
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1766-1770 Record Book #7; Northumberland Co Va, (Lewis & Booker): Page 456
Tapscott, James
W. W. 5 December 1769---W. P. 8 January 1770
Son George Tapscott-all my wearing cloaths, silver shoe buckles, riding horse, saddle, bridle, and my big gun. Son Henry Tapscott-my little gun.
My moveable estate and slaves should be equally divided between my five children George Tapscott, Ann Conway Tapscott, Caty Tapscott, Betty Tapscott, and Henry Tapscott, and their heirs.
Brother Henry Tapscott, and my brother Benja. George, executors.
Witness: Enoch George, George Tapscott, and Benja. George 
Tapscott, Henry (I088003)
 
76908 this is an internet marriage need to proof her parents Family F40338
 
76909 this is not John Benson of Calvert County... he died 1676 and this John was not of age in 1677
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Besson, Thomas, Sr., South River, A. A. Co., 15th Oct 1677; 29th Apr., 1679.
To son John and hrs., land adjoining son Nicholas Gassaway's.
To son William and hrs., land at Little Neeke.
To Thomas, the younger, and hrs., land on branch of Little Necke.
To dau. Martha and hrs., personalty.
Wife Hester, execx. and residuary legatee together with child. afsd.
Overseer: Son Thomas, the elder.
Test : Edward Burgess, Robt. Ward, Jno. Greene. 10. 42
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Thomas Besson 7A.125 A AA #16286 #10498 May 31 1680
List of debts: Mr. John Gresham, Edmond Purdew, Ann Covell.
Payments to: Capt. Nicholas Gassaway, Edward Selby, William Surges, John Graffum, John Gray, John Freckleton, Nicholas Aldridge, Christopher Foster, Mr. John Welch, Mr. Henry Hanslap, Mr. math. Heathcott, John Larkin, James Finly, John Beeson.
Mentions: Martha Aldridge.
Executrix: Hester Sutton, wife of Thomas Sutton. (Hester is very aged.) 
Besson, John (I075939)
 
76910 this is not John Pierce s/o Willam Pierce. they both died within a couple months of each other.

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WILLS OF Westmoreland County, Virginia 1654-1800 BY AUGUSTA B. FOTHERGILL: Pg 22
PEARS, JOHN, 20 February 1697-8; 27 April 1698.
Wife Mary and son George one-half of estate each.
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WILLS OF Westmoreland County, Virginia 1654-1800 BY AUGUSTA B. FOTHERGILL: Pg 26
PEARCE, JOHN, 29 June 1698.
Inventory returned by Mary the relict. 
Pearce, John (I074611)
 
76911 this is not the Benjamin that married Sarah Marshall
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DOUGLASS, Benjamin, Charles Co. 17 Jan. 1772; 28 Feb, 1772
Children: Mildred Hanson Douglass, Katharine Douglass, George Douglass.
Codicil 18 Jan 1772 mentions Mother Elizabeth Douglass.
Wit: John MacPherson, Lucrietia Thompson,
Note: In the embellishment of the signatures to both will and codicil are two dates which appear -to be 1717 or 1757.
Exs. wife Anne and friend George Clark Smoot, 38.550
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Benjamin Douglass, Jr. 109.380 CH £593.8.11 Apr 15 1772 Aug 12 1772
Appraisers: T. Harris, John Croe.
Creditors: Samuel Hanson, Thomas Contee.
Next of kin: Elisabeth Douglass, Walter Hanson.
Executors: Ann Douglass, George Clark, Sr
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Benjamin Douglass 35.473 CH £226.4.3 Sep 28 1747 Jan 5 1747
Appraisers: Richard Edelen, Samuel Chunn.
Creditors: Gustavus Brown, Samuel Hanson, Jr.
Next of kin: Benjamin Douglass, Joseph Douglass.
Administratrix: Elisabeth Douglass.
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Benjamin Douglass 25.248 A CH £226.16.5 £77.15.5 Dec 15 1748
Sureties: John Hanson yst., Capt. Benjamin Douglass.
Received from: Collin Mitchell.
Payments to: Samuel Hanson, Robert Horner, Alexander McClaran (administrator of Peter Mitchell), Samuel Penney, Martha Matthews, John Parnham, Charles Burn, James Freeman, Meredith Devise, Daniel Dulany, Esq., Walter Hanson.
Representatives: widow (unnamed), 2 children: Eleanor Douglass (aged 12). Benjamin Douglass (aged 7).
Administratrix: Elisabeth Douglass.
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Charles County MD Will Book 1777-1780; Page 33.
Benjamin Douglass' Account. The account of Anne Douglass and George Clark Smoot, executors of Benjamin Douglass Jr, late of CC, deceased. Includes mention of tobacco received of John Low, money received of John Low, money received of Samuel Jones, Whole amt: 800 £ 10 shillings 11.75 pence. Disbursements: Thomas Contee, Samuel Hanson, Cunninghame and Company's store at Portobacco, Jno Chapman, the surviving partners of Cunninghame and Company as per judgment rendered against sd accountants as executors at Mar court 1774, Jno Hanson Jr as per judgment against sd accountants as executors in Mar Court 1774, costs in an action brought by sd accountants as executors against Henry Thompson (non suit, plaintiffs), Doctor James Craik, William Thompson, Samuel Jones, George and Andrew Buchanan, Benjamin Philpot, Samuel Philpot. Whereas it was ordered by the deceased's will that Elizabeth Douglass, his mother, should be paid her full claim without any deduction for any charge against her by his account, and it appears that the deceased owed her for hire of Negroes, 33 £ 7 shillings 3 pence, which sum was paid by sd accountants. Additional disbursements: Doctor Thomas James, Mr- Jno MacPherson for rent of the Parish Glebe and paid by sd accountants to Samuel Love (one of the Trustees for sd MacPherson), Richard Maslin (Maslin died without granting receipt), Commissary General fees paid Walter Dulany, Walter Hanson as Register. Balance to be disposed of according to the deceased's will: 165 £ 7 shillings 7.75 pence.
Three months later, this additional account. Charles Allison Ford and Richard Smith, both of CC, securities. On Jul 19, 1777, came Anne Douglass and George Clark Smoot, the accountants afd, and made oath that the afd account is just.
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Charles County MD Will Book 1777-1780; Page 219.
Benjamin Douglass Jr.'s Final Account. Nov 17, 1778.
The additional and final account of Anne Douglass and George Clark Smoot, executors of Benjamin Douglass Jr., late of CC, deceased, viz -
Debts include: the balance of a former account, exhibited into Orphan court on July 19, 1777, amounting to 165 £ 7 shillings 7.75 pence; money in the hands of Benjamin Marshall; money; received of Henry Fendall, of Benjamin Gwin, of Joseph Gwinn Sr.; crop tobacco received of William Shaw in the year 1772. The whole amount; 174 £ 0 shillings 3-1/4 pence.
Disbursements went to: John and James Jamieson; John Bruce; Walter Hanson, Register, for stating, passing, and recording this account. Balance to be disposed according to the deceased's will: 167 £ 16 shillings 8-1/4 pence.
Securities: Charles Allison Ford and Richard Smith of CC. Proved on Nov 17, 1778 by Anne Douglass and George Clark Smoot, the accountants afd.
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Charles County MD Will Book 1777-1780; Page 227.
Court Proceedings. October 13, 1778
Mrs. Anne Douglass brings into court Catherine Douglass, an orphan child, daughter to Benjamin Douglass, deceased, to be bound out or put under guardianship, but there being no person present willing to accept sd orphan, either as a ward or as an orphan bound out, the Court is of opinion that Catherine ought to be supported at the Poor house
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John Gwinn 92,332 CH £328.2.8 Jun 1766 Aug 13 1766
Appraisers: George Clk. Smoot, Benjamin Douglass, Jr.
Creditors: John Hanson Jr Jonathon Yates.
Next of kin; Joseph Gwlnn,Violetta Gwinn.
Administratrix: Susanna Gwinn.

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CENSUS OF 1775-1778
PORT TOBACCO, EAST HUNDRED, TAKEN BY PETER GRIFFITH, CONSTABLE
Douglas, Thomas
Douglas, Richard
Douglas, Charles
Douglas, John
Douglas, Benjamin 
Douglass, Benjamin (I013634)
 
76912 this is probably Mary Clake d/o Thomas Clarke d. 1766
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1743-1746 Land Records of Prince George's County MD - BB#1 {TLC}
Page 457, Feb 4, 1745/46 from James Bonjfant of PG, Carpenter, and Mary, his wife, to John Tolson of PC, innholder, for 10,000 lbs tobacco and for other good considerations, part of a tract of land called Manchester, lying in PG, bounded by the west side of. Tinker Branch about 300 yards below a small bridge which formerly lay over the sd branch in the road going from Colo_ Addison's to the wood Yard, containing about 166 acres. Signed - James Bonjfant. Wit - Geo: Fraser*, Luke Marbury*, Mary, the wife of the within mentioned James Bonjfant, relinquished her right of dower to the within mentioned land. Recorded Mar 4, 1745/46. 
Bonifant, Mary MNU (I090713)
 
76913 this is probably Mildred "Milly" McAtee d/o Thomas McAtee d. 1776. note the other Smallwood connections in the land records. also note the kin Thomas McAtee in Bennet Wilkinson's inventory.
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Charles County MD Will Book 1777-1780; Page 4.
Thomas Macattees Final Account. May 10, 1777. The account of Thomas Smallwood and Anne, his wife, Administratrix of Thomas Macattee, late of CC, decd. Mentions money received of: Alexander Hambleton, Jno Bayus, John Bayne. Total amount: 822 £ 7 shillings 5 pence. Mentions money paid; Peter Dent for a coffin for one of the deceased's children, Sarah Macattee; sd Dent for a coffin for an infant, Virlinda Macattee, daughter to the deceased. Mentions money due from the deceased to: John Glasford and Company, their store at Portobacco; Jno Roe; quit rents due to Lord Baltimore, and paid to Ignatius Taylor, the receiver; William Fitzhugh, Esq, for administration granted; Deputy Commissary's fees paid Daniel Jenifer for letters of administration; fees paid Walter Hanson, Register, for proving this account.
Final account: 822 £ 7 shillings 5 pence. Securities: John Clements and Charles Green of CC. Representatives: the widow of the deceased and 7 children, viz, Martha, Eleanor, Clare, Mildred, and Cloe Macattee at age; Elizabeth and Thos McAttee, ages unknown; & Sarah & virlinda, died since the father. 
McAtee, Mildred (I048203)
 
76914 this is probably Monica Mitchell Mitchell, Female (I020837)
 
76915 This is probably Salley Riding daughter of William Riding. Sanders, Sarah (I024124)
 
76916 this is probably Zephaniah Ratcliff instead of Zachariah Ratcliff Ratcliff, Zephaniah (I087250)
 
76917 this is really young for a marriage, but it looks like it happened.

The gift of a cow to Young Henrietta must have been a wedding present. 
Family F08988
 
76918 This is the Anne Williams who married James Connell. She was the daughter of John Williams and Sarah Lindsay. John died bef 18 Apr 1709 when his will was proved in Charles County.
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HANSON, JOHN, Charles Co 5 June 1747; 1 May 1754
To wife Elizabeth Hanson,, all my whole estate, real and personal.
To dau Elizabeth Wheeler,, wife of Leonard Wheeler,, Negro man called Blackney, Negro woman Cisley.
To son John Hanson, tract called "Hansons Amendment," Negro Benjamin, Negro Phillio.
To dau Elener Hagon, wife of William Hagan, Negro Thomas.. Negro Judah.
Wife, Elizabeth, extx.
Wits Henry Hawkins, : S. Hanson, Francis Ware. 29.241
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John Hanson 2.54 D CH £1058.15.1 Jan 10 1756
Sureties: Godshall Barnes, Charles Courts.
Legatees: Elisabeth Wheeler wife of Leonard Wheeler, John Hanson, Elianor Hagen
wife of William Hagen.
Distribution to: Widow (unnamed).
Executor: John Hanson.
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Deposition of Francis Ware, that since the death of his (this deponents) father he was examining a drawer and found this will 11 May 1754 came Messrs. Edward Goodrick and Henry Goodrick., sons-in-law to John Hanson, late of Charles Co. decd, and made oaths that they believe within will to be in the handwriting of said John Hanson, decd. 11 May 1754 came George Goodrick., another of the said deceased sons-in-law who also says the believe within will to be that of the decd 21 May 1754 came Walter Hanson and made oath that he believes the name signed to will to be that of late decd, John Hanson, 27 Sep 1754 came Doctor Gustavus Brown and made oath that he believes will to be that of John Hanson. Came Charles Courts; saith that he believes the foregoing to be with the signature of Francis Wares Came Godshall Barnes, who believes hand writing to be that of John Hanson. 21 Sep came Violetta Sewalls and made oath that: about 10 days before John Hanson decd. was married to his mother,, Mrs. Mary Goodrick, Mr. Hanson told her (this deponent) that he was going to be married -to her mother of which this deponent seemed much troubled and Mr, Hanson asked her at what she was troubled; she answered that she was troubled at her mothers being about to be married to which Mr. Hanson replied that he did not want any thing of her mothers . that she might make over her effects to her children immediately or reserve her own and his life in them as she thought proper or if she left It In his power he would leave her as good as he found her and that sometime after Jno Hanson and her mother then were married. Came Edward Goodrick,, Charles County, who said he talked with John Hanson, some short time before he was married to his this deponents mother, Mary Goodrick. Mr. Hanson called him out and asked him how he approved of it eDeponent answered that he should be very willing to the match provided his mother would make over the land on which she lived, i.e., 350 a. to his brother Francis to which Mr. Hanson answered that he would see and have It done. On 27 Sep 1754., came Anne McCoy, who said that shortly before John Hanson married to her sister Mary Goodrick she heard an agreement or contract betwixt them which was that neither of them should claim any part of the others fortune.

Whereas following the death of the late John Hanson two Instruments of writing have appeared, one bearing date 3 April 1744 and the other 5 June 1747. Both are alleg'd to the testaments executed and left by said decd, by the first It appears that the above William Hagan is appointed executor jointly with Elizabeth widow of said decd, and by the last John Hanson is nominated executor, joined with afsd Elizabeth Hanson, and whereas many difficulties and disputes have and may hereafter arise between the said John Hanson and said William Hagan, executors afsd and the above bound Leonard Wheeler who intermarried with the dau, and legal rep of said decd...the parties afsd have agreed to submit the whole matter to award arbitrament and final determination of Messrs, Walter Hanson, Robert Yates,, Daniel of St. Thomas Jenifer, John Stoddart, and Bayne Smallwood, or any three or more of -them. Wit; Henry Hawkins., S. Hanson, Francis Ware. 29.241

We do award arbitrate and finally determine that the will or testament of writing bearing date 5 June 1747 wherein afsd John Hanson Is appointed joint executor with Elizabeth the wife of the decd., shall be henceforth deemed received and established by and between them the said John Hanson, William Hagan and Eleanor his wife and Leonard Wheeler and Elizabeth his wife and every of them an that William Hagan and Eleanor his wife shall with 30 days relinquish and for ever quit claim of all right -to the tract called "Hansons Amendment." The will dated 3 April 1744 Is set aside and made void. 14 Aug 1754. MCW 29.245
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Mr. John Hanson, Sr. 61.25 CH £963.8.5 Aug 31 1754 Nov 1755
Appraisers: John Theobald, William Neale.
Creditors: John Semple, George Dent.
Executor: John Hanson.
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John Hanson 378.225 A CH £138.9.10 £161.17.8 Sep 2 1717
A second inventory was cited in the amount of £1.4.0.
Received from: John Smith, Mr. William Maconchie.
Payments to: Sr. Gustavus Browne, James Waters, Capt. Thomas Dent, John Cockrin, Mr. Daniel Dullany, Mary Theobalds, Benony Thomas, John Sanders, Benjamin Hanson, Edmond Maggetee, William Edgar.
Legatees: John Hanson (son), Samuel Hanson (son), Benjamin Hanson (son), wife (unnamed) of Mr. William Mcconchie Ann Hanson, Sarah Hanson.
Cites: children (unnamed) are at age.
Executor: Robert Hanson.
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Benjamin Hanson 3.177 CH £25.9.3 Aug 3 1719
Appraisers: Matthew Stone, William Theobald.
Creditors: Gustavus Brown.
Next of kin: Wil. Mauncher, John Hanson.
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James Manken 51.6 CH £219.14.11 Apr 20 1752 Jul 2 1752
Appraisers: Charles Courts, James Keech.
Creditors: George Clark, John Hanson.
Next of kin: Elisabeth Watters, Jane Manken.
Administratrix: Jane Manken.
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John Smallwood 21.,91 CH £3.0.6 Oct 14 1735
Appraisers: John Hanson, Ralph Shaw.
Administratrix: Mary Smallwood.
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HAWKINS, HENRY HOLLAND, Charles Co. 14 Sep 1746 22 Apr 1751
To wife Joan Hawkins, land within the lines herein expressed with my dwelling house (refers to "Enclosure of the Nutfleld" and Nutfield Branch, Zachiah Swamp, John Marton). Also Negro Robin, Sambo, Terry, Zeno, Great Poter, Cook, Mingo, Moll, Betty, Kate, Glese(?), Teney.
To son Samuel Hawkins, tract called "Glovers Point," 250 A, also pt of tract called "Lyons Denn" 140 A., tract called "Woods Addition" 38 A,, also pt of tract called His Lordships Favour, 250 A. and for want of heirs then to sons Henry Hawkins and Josias Hawkins.
To son Samuel., Negro Jack, Senr., also my watch.
To son Henry Hawkins, part of tract which part Is 950 A. called "Hawkins Purchase" and for want of heirs to sons Samuel and Josias.
To son Henry, Negroes Shadrack, Davie, Jack, Junr., Georges Sarie and her dau, Jane.
To son Josias Hawkins, pt of tract, "Johnsons Town," which part Is 475 A.; tract called "Hawkins Enlargement," 100 A; tract I bought of Robert Perle, 44 A., being part of tract called Archers Pasture." Also land I hold at Patuxent in right of my wife, to be made over to him by deed from my wife and her son Henry as soon as Henry shall be of age. Also 200 A. at the upper end of the tract of land called "Hawkins Purchase", which I have given before to my son Henry, and Negroes: Tom, Jerry., Junr, Dick, Pompy, Moll Junr., Beck.
To grandson Henry Waring,. tract called "Jamaicka", 500 A. and for want of heirs to his brother Basil Waring reserving to my dau. Elizabeth Waring one moiety of said tract during her life,
To dau. Martha Portave [Porteus], Negro Nero with 7 Negroes already delivered her.
To dau. Eleanor Hawkins, Negroes: Doll, Nan, Congo, Andrew, George Junr.
To dau. Jane Hawkins, Negroes: Tonyor Jeny Junr, Lyssle,
To dau. Susannah Hawkins, Negroes: Peg, Charles, Sall, Grace,
To dau, Ruth Hawkins, Negroes: Ango(?), Dory, Sukey, Doll Junr, Remainder of estate to wife, Joan Hawkins.
Trustees: Doct. Gustavus Brown and Capt. John Stoddert, as token of friendship, each 10 s.
Wife Joan Hawkins, extx.
Wit: Marmadue Semmes, Jno. Hanson, Junr., Notley Marddox, Henaritah Semmes. 28.73.
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James Stewart 31.262 CH £18.17.0 Aug 16 1745
Appraisers: Francis Ware, Thomas Mony. -
Creditors: Matthew Williamson, Mary Anne Boswell.
Administrator/Executor: John Hanson, Jr.
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Charles County Land Records, Liber Z, Page 60
Recorded at request of Dr. William Lock:
3 Jul 1703; Memorandum between Dr. William Lock and Henry Lindsey, age ca 19, with John Williams and Sarah his wife; Sarah being the sister of Henry who binds himself as apprentice and servant to Dr. Lock; /s/ Henry Lindsey (mark), John Williams (mark), Sarah Williams (mark), William Lock
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Charles County Land Records, Liber C#2 Page 45 - 49
Recorded at the request of John Hanson, Jr. who married the relict of Samuell Luckett, dec'd, in behalf of Ignatius Luckett, son of Samuell
11 Mar 1706; Indenture from George Askin, planter, to Ignatius Luckett; for 8,000# tobacco paid by Samuel Luckett in his life time; will of Samuel bequeathed land to Ignatius Luckett called The Square Adventure; on northwest branch of Zachia Swamp; bounded by 600 acres surveyed for George Goodrick now in possession of Francis Goodrick and Philip Lynes; containing 100 acres; /s/ George Askin; wit. John Manning, Robt. Hanson
12 Mar 1705/6; George Askin binds himself in the sun of 16,000# tobacco; condition of obligation regarding payment of 2,500# tobacco; 11 Mar 1706/7 ack. in open court; 12 Mar 1706/7 John Hanson paid alienation for 100 acres; recorded 5 May 1707
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Charles County Maryland Circuit Court Records, Liber H#2, Page 446
13 Jul 1721; Recorded at request of William Wills:
13 Jul 1721; Indenture from John Hanson, Gent., and Elizabeth his wife; to William Wills, Gent.; for 20,000# tobacco a parcel of land called Newport of 150 acres; also The Discovery of 150 acres; also Ingerstone of 230 acres; also Moores Lodge of 150 acres; also Moore's Gore of 50 acres [contains boundaries of I land and descent of ownership - difficult to read]; /s/ Jno. Hanson, Elizabeth Hanson (mark); wit. W. Hoskins, Wm. Theobalds, Thomas Stone; 13 Jul 1721 ack. by John Hanson and Elizabeth his wife
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Charles County Maryland Circuit Court Records, Liber H#2, Page 449
14 Jul 1721; Recorded at request of John Hanson, Gent.:
14 Jul 1721; Indenture from William Wills, Gent., to John Hanson, Gent.; for 25,000# tobacco; a tract called Newport; bounded by land of George Goodrick; containing 150 acres; also land called Discovery bounded by 600 acres formerly' surveyed for George Goodrick; bounded by line of Zachia Manor; containing 150 acres; said tract were originally taken up by Thomas Hussey, father of Elizabeth, wife of John" Hanson; also Ingerstone on the east side of Zachia Swamp bounding Discovery belonging to Thomas Hussey and land of Thomas Smoot; laid out for 230 acres originally taken up by George Thompson which became the right of Thomas Hussey; also Moores Lodge on the north side of the Potomac on the north branch of Zachia Swamp adjoining land laid out for Daniel Johnson and Richard Morris; containing 150 acres; also Moores Gore of 50 acres; bounded by Moores Lodge; also 2 parcels of land sold by Nathan Barton to John Allen, Gent. adj. Moores Lodge; 100 acres granted sd. Barton sold 11 Sep 1675 by John Allen to Tho. Notley of St. Mary's County, merchant; 24 Apr 1676 Notley conveyed to Thomas Hussey containing 880 acres; after decease of Thomas Hussey the above several deeds became the right of his dau. Elizabeth wife of John Hanson 13 Jul 1721; /s/ William Wills, wit. W. Hoskins, Wm. Theobald, Thomas Stone; 14 Jul 1721 ack. by William Wills
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Charles County Liber L#2, Page46.
Pursuant to the act of Assembly for security of the records &c, the following bond was recorded [no date].
We, Samuel Hanson, Alexander Contee, & John Hanson of CC, Gent, give bond of 200 £ to the Lord Pro'ry this Nov 8, 1721, to warrant that sd Samuel Hanson, while he continues in the office of the Clerk of the County_ `afd "shall, at his own proper cost, find a supply of good and sufficient record books for the entry of all matters relating-tb;the Clerk's office, and shall carefully look after and preserve in sd office. Signed - Sam Hanson, A Contee, Jno Hanson. Wit - Geo Dent, Gustas Brown.

=== age may be transcription error 26 year old is much closer
Charles County, Maryland Liber L#2, Page 140.
At the request of Thos Hussy Luckett, the following deposition was recorded Jun 5, 1724.
Maryland. May 27, 1723. Mrs. Eliza Hanson, formerly wife of Samuel Luckett but now the wife of Mr. Jno Hanson of CC, declared that, to the best of her memory, her son,. Thos Hussy Luckett, on Jun 4 last, was of the age of 46 years. Signed - James Stoddert.
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Charles County Liber L#2 Page 365.
At the request of John Hanson of CC, Gent, the following deed was recorded this Jun 21, 1727.
Jun 15, 1727 from Henry Holland Hawkins of CC, Gent, to John Hanson of CC, Gent, for 25,000 lbs of tobacco and for divers other good causes, all that tract of land in CC called Hussyes Addition, bounded by Hussyes Adventure, the NW line of Moores Lodge, the bound tree of the new Exchange, containing and laid out for about 438 acres. Also, one other tract of land in CC, and bounded by Moores Lodge, the land of Henry Hawkins, containing and laid out for about 100 acres. Also, 3 other tracts of land in CC, one called Hussyes Lodge, containing 33 acres, another called Hussyes Reserve, containing 50 acres, and the other called Hussyes Lott, containing 103 acres. Signed - Henry Holland Hawkins. Wit - Robt Hanson*, Gust Brown*. Joan, the wife of Henry Holland Hawkins, relinquished her right of dower in and to the within mentioned land and premises.
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Charles County Liber L#2 Page 367.
At the request of Henry Holland Hawkins of CC:, Gent, the following deed was recorded this Jun 22, 1727.
Jun 14, 1727 from John Hanson of CC, Gent, and Elizabeth, his wife, only daughter and sole heiress of Thomas Hussy, late of CC, Gent, decd, to Henry Holland Hawkins of CC, Gent, for 20,000 lbs of tobacco and for divers other good causes, all that tract of land in CC called Hussyes Addition, bounded by Hussyes Adventure, Mores Lodge, the New Exchanae, containing and laid out for about 438 acres. Also one other tract of land in CC, and bounded by Mores Lodge, the land of Henry Hawkins, containing and laid out for about 100 acres. Also, 3 other tracts of land in CC, one called Hussyes Lodge, containing 33 acres, another called Hussyes Reserve, containing 50 acres, and the other called Hussyes Lott, containing 103 acres. Signed - John Hanson, Eliza (X her mark) Hanson. Wit - Robt Hanson*, Gust Brown*.
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Charles County Maryland Land Record Liber Z#2
Page 74. At the request of Elizabeth Hanson, the following deed was recorded on Nov 12, 1745.
John Williams of CC, planter, on Apr 10, 1709, by his will, devised to his wife, Sarah, 100 acres bounded by the south side of Lawsons Marsh, during her natural life, and after her death, to his son, John Williams. The son, John Williams, died before attaining his full age, leaving Ann, his sister of the whole blood in the will named, who married Jas Connell, party to these presents, his heir. Now this deed, made May 26, 1740 witnesses that James Connell of St Mary's County, planter, & Anne, his wife, for 6000 lbs tobacco & 5 £, sell to John Dunbar of the same county, Gent the tract of 100 acres in sd will. Signed - James Connell, Anne (X her mark) Connell. Wit - Robt Yates, Wm Penn.
Then came John Hanson before me, a CC JP, and made oath that some small time before the death of his father, Mr. Samuel Hanson, late Clerk of CC, Mr. John Dunbar lodged with him, sd Samuel, a deed from James Connell and Ann, his wife, to be recorded, but at the same time requested that it not be recorded until after the alienation money was paid. Dunbar, after the death of the late Clerk & after the removal of the records & all other papers relating to sd office, came to this deponent, he being then Deputy Clerk to Mr. Edmd Porteus & inquired for the aforesd deed, which deed John Hanson declares he looked for but could not find. Nor was sd deed, to his knowledge, found until some time limited by the Act of Assembly for recording deeds was expired. Signed - William Eilbeck.
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Chicamuxen: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 360-59: HUSSEYS ADVENTURE: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Hanson, John: Surveyed 8 Sept 1687 for Thomas Hussey: Conveyance notes - John Hanson who married the widow of Samuel Luckett, Resurveyed into Resurvey of several tracts 25 Sept 1735, Folio 426,, , , ,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 331-211: HUSSEYS LODGE: 33 acres; Possession of - 33 Acres - Hanson, John:Surveyed 24 Mar 1687 for Thomas Hussey (poss by John Hanson who married the relict of Samuel Luckett): Other Tracts Mentioned: Conveyance notes - 33 Acres - Henry Holland Hawkins from John Hanson & Elizabeth; 14 June 1727, 33 Acres - John Hanson from Henry Holland Hawkins; 15 June 1727,This land is disclaimed,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 332-212: HUSSEYS LOTT: 103 acres; Possession of - 103 Acres - Hanson, John: Surveyed 26 Jan 1687 for Thomas Hussey (poss by John Hanson who married the relict of Samuel Luckett): Conveyance notes - 103 Acres - Henry Holland Hawkins from John Hanson & Elizabeth; 14 June 1727, 103 Acres - John Hanson from Henry Holland Hawkins; 15 June 1727,This land is disclaimed,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 319-123: HUSSEYS RESERVE: 50 acres; Possession of - 50 Acres - Hanson, John: Surveyed (no time listed (1667) for Thomas Hussey in the woods adjoining to the land laid out for Henry Moore called MOORE (poss. by John Hanson by his marrying the relict of Samuel Luckett.): Other Tracts Mentioned: MOORES; ; ; Conveyance notes - 50 Acres - Henry Holland Hawkins from John Hanson & Elizabeth; 14 June 1727, 50 Acres - John Hanson from Henry Holland Hawkins; 15 June 1727,This land is disclaimed
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 320-130: NEW EXCHANGE: 150 acres; Possession of - 150 Acres - Shaw, Ralph : Surveyed 14 July 1668 for George Taylor in the woods on the East side Port Tobacco fresh beginning at a ME'd oak in a valley: Conveyance notes - 150 Acres - Ralph Shaw Jr. from Ralph Shaw Sr.; 20 Nov 1711, 30 Acres - James Maddox from Ralph Shaw; 2 May 1718,64 Acres - James Maddox from Ralph Shaw; 7 April 1719,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 328-189: SQUARE ADVENTURE: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Hanson, John: Surveyed 10 April 1682 for George Thompson on the N.W. branch of Zachia swamp at a bound oak in the said swamp. (poss by John Hanson by his marrying the relict of Samuel Luckett.)
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 326-174: FENDALLS DELIGHT: 150 acres; Possession of - 150 Acres - Doyne, Mary: Surveyed 25 April 1670 for Samuel Fendall at a bound White Oak the boundary tree of the said Fendalls formerly taken up by Daniel Johnson called LYONS DENN (poss by Mary Doyne now wife to Nicholas Dawson): Other Tracts Mentioned: LYONS DENN; other notes - 50 Acres - William Hutchinson from Nicholas Dawson; 17 April 1710, John Hutchinson from John Browne; 25 Dec 1720,150 Acres - John Martin from John Hutchinson; 6 July 1722, John Wheatly from John Martin; 6 April 1747, John Hanson Jr. from John Wheatly; 8 May 1749,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Chicamuxen: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 353-14: LITTLE CRAYMORE: 50 acres; Possession of - 50 Acres - Hanson, John: Surveyed 3 July 1667 for Thomas Allanson on the South Side of Mattawoman or St. Thomas Creek on the back of the land of Walter Hall: Other notes - John Hanson who married the relict of Samuel Luckett, This land is Disclaimed, 200 Acres - Richard Speake from Robert Hanson 12 Aug 1742, 200 Acres - John Graham from William Prichard 10 Nov 1742,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 319-126: NEW PORT: 150 acres; Possession of - 150 Acres - Hanson, John: Surveyed 22 Aug 1664 for Thomas Hussey in the woods beginning at a bound oak the bound tree on the land formerly laid out for George Gooderick upon the side of a hill. (poss. by John Hanson by his marrying the relict of Samuel Luckett.): Other Tracts Mentioned: HANSONS AMENDMENT; Conveyance notes - 150 Acres - William Wills from John Hanson; 13 July 1721, 150 Acres - John Hanson from William Wills; 14 July 1721,Resurvey into HANSONS AMENDMENT, 23 Nov 1720, folio 423 ,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 323-154: DISCOVERY, THE: 150 acres; Possession of - 150 Acres - Hanson, John: Surveyed 27 May 1662 for Daniel Johnson beginning at a M.E.'d oak in the E. by N. line of the former land near unto the N. by W. formerly laid out of George Gooderick. (poss by John Hanson who married the relict of Samuel Luckett): Other Tracts Mentioned: JOHNSONS CHOICE; HANSONS AMENDMENT; ; Conveyance notes - 150 Acres - William Wills from John Hanson; 13 July 1721, 150 Acres - John Hanson from William Wills; 14 July 1721,Resurvey into HANSONS AMENDMENT, 23 Nov 1720, folio 423, 150 Acres - also in Folio 328 - Duplicate Record,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 328-188: DISCOVERY, THE: 150 acres; Possession of - 150 Acres - Hanson, John: Surveyed 13 June 1681 for Thomas Hussey at a bound oak near the line of 600 Acres formerly laid out George Gooderick.: Other Tracts Mentioned: JOHNSONS CHOICE; HANSONS AMENDMENT; Conveyance notes - This land is said to be the same land entered Folio 323 (duplicate), ,, , ===
1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 318-115: MOORES LODGE: 150 acres; Possession of - 150 Acres - Hanson, Robert: : Surveyed 14 July 1660 for Henry Moore on the North branch of Zachia Swamp in the woods (poss. by John Hanson by his marrying the relict of Samuel Luckett.: Other Tracts Mentioned: RESURVEY OF TRACTS; ; ; Conveyance notes - 150 Acres - William Wills from John Hanson; 13 July 1721, 150 Acres - John Hanson from William Wills; 14 July 1721,Resurvey into RESURVEY OF TRACTS, 25 Sept 1735, folio 426,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 320-129: MOORES GORE: 50 acres; Possession of - 50 Acres - Hanson, John: Surveyed 18 July 1667 for Henry Moore at the Easternmost bound tree of MOORES LODGE (poss John Hanson by marrying the daughter of Thomas Hussey): Other Tracts Mentioned: MOORES LODGE; ; ; Conveyance notes - 50 Acres - William Wills from John Hanson; 13 July 1724, 50 Acres - John Hanson from William Wills; 14 July 1721,Resurvey into RESURVEY OF TRACTS, 25 Sept 1735, folio 426,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 328-190: INGERSTONE: 230 acres; Possession of - 230 Acres - none: Surveyed 18 April 1682 for George Thompson on the East side of the N.W. branch of Zachia swamp at a M.E.'d oak the boundary tree of Thomas Hussey.: Conveyance notes - 230 Acres - William Wills from John Hanson; 13 July 1721, 230 Acres - John Hanson from William Wills; 14 July 1721,this land is said not to be found,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Nanjemoy or Durham Parish: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 338-30: INGERSTONE: 138 acres; Possession of - 138 Acres - Ward, John: Surveyed 25 June 1671 for John Ward at a bound White Oak on the North side of a fresh run which runs in to Nanjemoy creek.: 
Hanson, John (I001808)
 
76919 this is the grandson
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1763-1767 Frederick County, Va Deed Book
Bk 11, pg 315 - 3 March 1767
[Lease] Between Robert Worthington (the older) of County of Frederick
[to] Robert Worthington (the younger) of the said County ... consideration
of five Shillings all that Tract of Land lying situateing and being on
the west side of Shannandoah river on both sides of a branch called Evest
Run and being part of a larger Tract of three Thousand Acres Granted to
Robert Worthington deceased by Pattent the day Oct. 1734 and being the
lower part layed off and allowed said Robert (the younger) Samuel Brittan
and Mary his wife formerly Mary Worthington widow of Robert Worthington
deceased by Andrew Campbell David Vance Lewis Neill and John McCormick by
virtue of an order made in Chancery Court County of Orange ... (acreage
missing) ... rent of one ear of Indian Corn on lady day next.
Wit: none R. Worthington
Recorded: 4 March 1767

Bk 11, pg 316 - 4 March 1767
[Release] Between Robert Worthington (the older) and Ann his wife of
County of Frederick [to] Robert Worthington (the younger) of said County
... consideration of five Hundred Pounds ... Containing five Hundred and
fifty Acres (same as above) ...
Wit: none R. Worthington
Recorded: 4 March 1767 Ann (A) Worthington

Bk 11, pg. 318 - 3 March 1767
[Lease] Between Robert Worthington (the older) of County of Frederick
[to] Robert Worthington (the younger) of said County ... consideration of
five Shillings all that Tract of Land lying and being on the north
side of a Branch of Shannandore River called Evasts Run and joining to the
lower end of a Tract of three Hundred Acres Granted to Robert Worthington
deceased by Pattent the 3rd Oct. 1734 and being part of a larger Tract
(granted) to Maj. Lawrence Washington by Deed under the hand and seal of
the Right Honorable Thomas Lord Fairfax the 27th Oct. 1750 and devised in
last Will and Testament of said Lawrence Washington to Messrs. Samuel John
and Charles Washington and by them conveyed by Deed to said Robert
Worthington (the older) recorded in the General Court in the city of
Willaimsburgh ... Containing two Hundred Acres ... rent of one Ear of
Indian Corn on lady day next ...
Wit: none R. Worthington
Recorded: 4 March 1767

Bk 11, pg. 319 - 4 March 1767
(Release] Between Robert Worthington (the older) of County of Frederick
and Ann his wife [to] Robert Worthington (tne younger) ur aaid County ...
consideration of five Hundred Pounds ... 200 Acres (same as above) ...
Wit: none R. Worthington
Recorded: 4 March 1767 Ann (X) Worthington
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1767-1771 Frederick County, Va Deed Book
Bk 12, p. 313 - 29 March 1768
[Release] Between Robert Worthington jun. & Margaret his wife of County of Frederick (to)
Robert Worthington Sen. of same County ... WHEREAS Robert Worthington late of the County of Orange in his Life time and at the Time of his Death was Seized in fee of a Certain Tract of Land containing Three Thousand Acres situate lying and being in said County at that time called Orange ... (He) departed this Life Leaving behind him Mary his widow & Relick the said Robert Worthington jun. his son & Robert Worthington Sen. his grandson & Heir at Law having first made his last Will & Testament & devised to said Robert Worthington jun. One Thousand Acres part of said Tract of Three Thousand but without any Limitation to the Heirs of said Robert whereby he only took an Estate for Life in said One Thousand Acres and the revision became vested in said Robert Worthington Sen. the grandson and Heir at Law of Robert Worthington the Testator ... NOW THIS INDENTURE for and in consideration of One Hundred Pounds paid by said Robert Worthington Sen. ... Said Robert Worthington jun. & Margaret his wife hath bargain & sold unto said Robert Worthington Sen. Two Hundred & Eleven Acres part of the One Thousand Acres devised to him ...
Wit: Thomas Rutherford Danl. Sturges Robert Worthington jun.
Magnes Tate Benjamin Bradley Margaret Worthington
Saml. Worthington
Recorded: 3 May 1768
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1767-1771 Frederick County, Va Deed Book
Bk 12, p. 316 - 1 April! 1768
(Lease) Between Robert Worthington Sen. of County of Frederick Ito] John Augustine
Washington of County of Westmoreland ... consideration of Five Shillings ... all that Tract of Land Situate
lying & being in County of Frederick ... Corner to the Land of said John Augustine Washington &
Johnston ... Corner to Samuel Washington ... Containing Five Hundred & Sixty four Acres ... Rent of one
Ear of Indian Corn on the last day of said Term ...
Wit: Thos. Rutherford Daniel Sturges R. Worthington
Roht. Worthington jun. Benj. Bradly
Magnes Tate
Recorded: 3 May 1768

Bk 12, p. 317 - 2 April 1768
]Release] Between Robert Worthington Sen. & Anne his wife of County of Frederick [to' John
Augustine Washington of County of Westmoreland ... Consideration of Two Hundred & Eight two Pounds
74 Acres (Note: Lease shows 564 Acres) ...
Wit: same as above It. WU'
Recorded: 3 May 1768 Anne (A) Worthington

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Northern Neck Warrants and Surveys Vol IV, Hampshire Co. Va {Peggy Joyner}
SAMUEL WORTHINGTON, heir of James McCraken for whom survd; no wart, date from surv, 25 Mar. 1753 - 26 Apr. 1753; 291 a. on Plumb Run of Patter- sons Crk. CC-John Ramsey & Oliver Crownwel. Surv. David Vance.
N.d. Caveated by Robert Worthington in behalf of his Son Samuel. Jas McCracken, decd intended this land for his Grandson, Sam Worthington. Sd McCracken being killed by the Indians - deed to sd Samuel. 
Worthington, Robert (I069225)
 
76920 this james dossey could have married twice and the children are from the 2nd wife

 
Dossey, James (I110923)
 
76921 this james is unproved as son
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KING GEORGE COUNTY VIRGINIA WILL BOOK A; 1752-1780 {Antient Press}; Page 140-142
Will of ARCHIBALD ALLEN. I ARCHIBALD ALLEN of County of King
George Planter .. give and bequeath to my son JOHN ALLEN Ten shillings sterling; to my son ARCHIBALD ALLEN Ten shillings sterling; to my daughter SARAH DODD Ten shillings sterling; to my daughter JANE STEUART Ten shillings sterling; to my son in law DAVID JONES Ten shillings sterling; to my daughter in law MARY ALLEN Ten shillings sterling also one Ewe and lamb
the rest of my estate I leave to my beloved wife ELIZABETH ALLEN .. if she marries I leave my estate to be equally divided between my son. WILLIAM ALLEN and my daughters ANN ALLEN, MARTHA MARDERS and ELIZABETH ALLEN .. appoint my wife ELIZABETH ALLEN and my son WILLIAM ALLEN Executrix and Executor this 31st day of December 1758
Presence of Thomas Smith, Arch. Allan
Mary Smith, Samuel Marders
At a court held .. 3rd June 1762 will presented into court ..
admitted to record.
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Prince William County, Virginia Deeds {Antient Press}: Liber M; 1749 - 1752; pp 194-195
THIS INDENTURE made the twenty eight day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and Fifty One Between JAMES SCOTT of Dittengen Parish., Prince William County Clerk of one part & JAMES STEUART of Hamilton Parish and County aforesaid of other part Witnesseth that said JAMES SCOTT for the Rents & Covenants expressid on part of said JAMES STEUART to be paid and performed hath granted to farm lett to the said JAMES STEUART a Tenement of land containing Two hundred acres being part of a great Tract of land belonging to the said JAMES SCOT bounded begining at two white Oaks and one Spanish Oak on the East side of the MILN RUN running from thence with the line of THOMAS STAMPS S. Et. to a large white Oak in Colo PAGEs line thence with his line N. Et. along an old line of marked trees to a large white Oak corner supposd to be Colo. PAGEs Corner then continuing No. Et. to an old marked white Oak continuing No. Wt. to a small red Oak corner on a Ridge then down the Ridge S. Wt, to two red Oaks then So. Wt, crossing BALDWINS RIDGE to a Dogwood on the aforesaid MILN RUN, thence down the said Run to the beginning Together with all houses and appurtenances thereunto belonging all mines minerals and Quarrys excepted To Have and To Hold the sd Messuage of Two hundred acres to him the said JAMES STEUART his heirs and assigns during the space of the natural lives of him the said JAMES STEUART, JEAN his Wife and JOHN STEUART his Son or the longest liver of them paying one pepper Corn yearly rent during the aforesaid Space & the Quitrents and sd JAMES STEUART doth agree to plant an Orchard to contain one hundred and fifty good Apple Winter trees within two years of the date hereof at twenty seven feet distance from each other & to keep the same well fenced in from harm of Cattle & other creatures & to build good & Convenient houses, Outhouses & Tobacco houses on sd Tenement & keep them in good repair & that no subtenant shall be taken by the sd JAMES STEUART nor suffered to live on any part thereof under the penalty of paying yearly to sd JAMES SCOT the sum of five hundred and thirty pounds good Legal merchantable Tobacco and no waste shall be done upon the woods & underwoods nor shall any trees fit for Carpenters or Coopers Timber or for Rails be cut & suffered to perish but be made use of for the benefit of the Plantation. In Witness whereof the partys have set their hands & seals
in presence of JOHN MONCURE, JAMES SCOTT
SCARLET MALLDRIN, THOMAS REEDMAN JAMES STEWART
At a Court held for the County of Prince William the 28 day of October 1751 JAMES SCOTT Clerk & JAMES STEWART acknowledged this lease which is admitted to record 
Stuart, James (I039329)
 
76922 This John is not proved to be the son of James Sr. Smallwood according to Maryland Genealogies, page 368, vol 2.

John Smallwood, Sr. 87.124 PG £15.15.7 May 17 1765
Appraisers: John Dunn, Andrew Gibbs.
Creditors: Peter Wynn, John Harris, Jr.
Next of kin: James Smallwood, Jr., John Smallwood.
Administrator: John Marlow. 
Smallwood, John (I010776)
 
76923 This John may be the same as John Hooper Orme or maybe s/o Robert Orme and Priscilla Edmonston
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ORME, JOHN, Prince George's Co. 17 Aug, 1765; 5 Nov, 1766
Children: Jesse, Richard, John, Sibbel, Robert, William and Mary.
Grandchildren: Hezekiah.
Exs: Sons Robert and Jesse.
Wit: Benj. Sargent, Abraham Faulkner. 34. 355
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1785-1787; Liber HH {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 262. At the request of Ninian Edmonston the following Deed was recorded February 13, 1787
Indenture made November 18, 1786; John Hooper Orme and Margaret Smith Orme his wife, planters of Virginia in consideration of 9000 pounds of tobacco paid by Ninian Edmonston has sold tracts; "Piney Grove" containing 44 ¼ acres lying on the Piney Branch and near to Mr. James Conn; "Edmonston's Diamond" containing 19 ¼ acres lying on the Piney Branch and near to Mr. Thomas Gassaway Watkins; part of a tract formerly called the "Addition with Sisters Goodwill" since been resurveyed and now called "Edmondston's Range"; the aforesaid tracts taken up by Archibald Edmonston of Montgomery County, Maryland lately deceased. Signed John Hooper Orme, Margaret Smith Orme (and relinquished her right of dower) in the presence of and acknowledged before Joshua Beall, Richard Cramphin 
Orme, John Hooper (I109312)
 
76924 this john records may be mixed up with the John that died 1732
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Sanders, John, Charles County, 22nd Oct., 1724; 15th April, 1730.
Ex. instructed as to payt. of debts, especially debt to estate of Wm. Hutchison, dec'd.
To priest attendant at death, 500 lbs. tob.
To wife Mary and hrs., in lieu of dowry, certain designated personalty absolutely (not to include altar or church furniture); and certain personalty for life, to pass to dau, Mary Power for her life, and then to grandson John Power and hrs.
To daus. Mary Power and Jane Doyne, 20s. each.
To son John and hrs., 100 A. of "Cane's Purchase" at Port tobacco (for desc. see will); and personalty.
To son Edward and hrs., pt. of last named tract adj. to land of bro. -----
To dau. Ann, personalty.
To son William and hrs., residue of land at "Port-tobacco," being plan. where Thomas Osborn lived; and personalty; to receive estate at death of testator.
To eldest son Thomas, ex., and hrs., residue of estate, real and personal (except land in Virginia sold by father)
To Edward Sanders to Nicholas Russell, whose rights therein is hereby acknowledged).
Test: Thomas Mudd, Robert Thompson, Joseph Gardner, Benjamin Gardner, Charles Clements.
Codicil: 6th July, 1729. Testator states that estate of Ethelbert Doyne, dec'd, with 3 small child. being in his hands, is to be distributed as follows: Grandson Ethelbert Doyne, to care of Clement Gardiner until of age to receive his estate, real and personal, as designated; 2 granddaus. Mary and Jane Doyne, with personalty, to care of Thomas Thompson, Port-tobacco.
Test: James Whitgreave, Edward Neale., Edward Magatee, 19.892,
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Mr John Sanders 15.634 CH £523.18,2 Aug 1 1730 Aug 17 1730
Appraisers: Robert Hanson, Richard Taevin.
Creditors: Rand. Morris, Thomas Morris.
Next of kin: John Sanders, Edward Sanders.
Executor: Thomas Sanders.
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Mr John Sanders 15.634 CH £523.18,2 Aug 1 1730 Aug 17 1730
Appraisers: Robert Hanson, Richard Taevin.
Creditors: Rand. Morris, Thomas Morris.
Next of kin: John Sanders, Edward Sanders.
Executor: Thomas Sanders.
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John Sanders 11.153 A CH £523.18.2 £344.16,1 Aug 16 1731
Deceased is administrator de bonis non of Ethelbert Doyne.
Received from: Mr. Gerrard Slye, John Monokes, Thomas Scot, William Mcferson, John Williams, John Teans, administrator of Charles Sanders, John Cecil, John Sanders, Edward Sanders.
Payments to: estate of Ethelbert Doyne, estate of Mr. William Hutchison paid to his administrator de bonis non John Abbington, John Parnham, Rand. Morris, John Whetenhal, Nicholas Power, Thomas Morris, John Howard, Thomas Mathews, William Mcferson, Jonathon Throne, executrix of Edward Henry Calvert, Esq., Charles Calvert, Esq., Samuel Hanson, Mr. George Sherald.
Executor: Thomas Sanders.
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Ethelbert Doyne 11.163 SM £293.9.3 Nov 17 1725 Dec 14 1725
Appraisers: Clement Gardiner, Richard Millard.
Creditors: Augustin Washington, John Young.
Next of kin: Jesse Doyne, Edward Aloysius Doyne.
Administratrix: Jane Doyne (deceased prior to November 17, 1725),
Administrator; John Sanders of Charles County
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Ethelbert Doyne 11.156 A CH £l.11.10 Aug 16 1731
John Sanders was administrator de bonis non.
Payments to: Charles Calvert, Esq., Samuel Hanson.
Administrator (de bonis non): Thomas Sanders.
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Brookes, William, Charles County, 16th Nov., 1678; 11th Feb., 1678.
Giles Tomkines and John Newton, sole legatees of estate.
Ex. not named.
Test: Henry Hardy, Thos. Saunders, Jacob Steere, Ralph Shelley. 9. 83.
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January 08, 1693/94 probate John Wheeler Will
To son Thomas and hrs.,200 A.(unnamed) on which he now lives, and 230 A,"Wheelers's Rests.'
To wife Mary, extx, 600 A,"Planter's delight' and all personalty
To son Ignatius and hrs," Planter's Delight" at death of wife afsd.
To son Francis and hrs., 187 A "Mayor' Choice." and 96 A,"Middleton's Lot"
to grandson, John Wheeler, son of dec'd son James,200 A,part of 500 A," Wheeler's Purchase"
To granddaughter Anne wheeler, dau of sd.dec'd son james,100a, residue of" Wheelers Purchase"
To grandau. Ann, 165 A. Wheeler's Delight
To grandson Richard,son of afsd,and his hrs,"Wheelers Delight" in event of death of grandau. Anne afsd,without issue
Test: Jno Sanders, Wm. Montgomery, Anne Montgomery
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Maj. William Boarman 33A.158 A CH £184.2.3 Apr 7 1711
Payments to: Leonard Brooke, Cornelius White, Benedict Boarman.
Legatees: John Baptist Boarman, Douzabella Semmes, Robert Green, Mary Boarman now Sanders, widow (unnamed), Benjamin Boarman, Baptist Boarman.
Distribution to: Francis Ignatius Boarman, Clare Boarman.
Executrix: Mary Sanders, wife of John Sanders.
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Last wife was Mary Saunders
Sanders, Mary, Charles County, 12th Mar., 1739; 17th Dec., 1739.
To sons Benedict, John Baptist and Francis Boarman, exs.,. personal estate.
daus. Mary Sly, Elizabeth Hammersley and Clare Shirbin, personalty.
priest that buries testator and the poor, personalty.
Test: Nathan Rosemand, Thomas Ash. 22. 119
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Nicholls, John, Charles County, 28th Apr., 1713; 4th May, 1713.
To dau-in-law Mary Ratcliff and to Richard Ratcliff and to Thomas (unknown) personalty.
To rest of child. (undesignated), residue of estate, plantation being already recorded between Jonathan and William both dying without issue, to pass to son Solomon and hrs., or next of kin. Child. to be in charge of their godfathers or overseers during minority.
Exs. and overseers: John Saunders of Mattawoman, and Thomas Harris, of Patuxent.
Test: Nich. Calvin., James Simpson. 13. 539.
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John Nicholas 34.l86 I CH £21.14.0 May 25 1713
Appraisers: John Elder, James Simeon,
Creditors: Edward Rookwood (did not come), John Boyce (came, got sick, and died).
Next of kin: only small children.
Executors: John Sanders.
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Maj. William Boarman 32B.247 A CH £304.1.8 £58.13.4 Sep 4 1711
Received from: Richard Lemaster, Jacob Miller,
Payments to: Mr. James Heath, Capt. Thomas Crabb, Alexander Willson, Capt. Walter Story, Nathaniell Seutte, John Bowling, Lord Baltimore, Madam Mary Contee, Capt. Thomas Dent, John Sanders, William Balden, Esq.
Executrix: Mary Sanders, wife of Mr. John Sanders.
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Patrick Macatee 38A.134 I CH £86.8.9 Jun 25 1717
Appraisers: Anthony Neale, John Sanders.
Approvers: William Rossell, Patrick Macatee.
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Ignatius Mathews 18,17 1 CH £166.15.10 Aug16 1698
Appraisers: John Sanders, Jese Doyne
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John Warren 3.16 A CH £164.12.0 £214.3.8 May 6 1720
A second inventory is cited in the amount of £123.15.0.
Received from; John Loften, Robertt King, John Steuart, John Duley
Payments to: Samuell Love, Darby Ocane, Capt. Thomas Dent, Mr, Samuel Hanson, John Sanders, Gerard Ocain, Dr. Gustavus Brown, Dr. Pelletear, Mr. Manning, Samuell Hanson, Benamin Warren, John Neal.
Distribution to (equally): 2 children (unnamed).
Executrix: Judith Bruce (relict), now wife of John Bruce,
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Mathews, William, Charles County, 15th Feb,, 1724-5; 24th March, 1724/5
To son Thomas and hrs. 1/2 of "Mathew's Purchase," cont. 460 A., and personalty.
To son Joseph and hrs. South end "Mathew's Purchase" and personalty
to son Lucas and heirs " Second Addition" and land adjoining, now occupied by Joseph Chrismond; the dwelling - plantation and residue of estate real and personal.
sons to live with their brother, Lucas, until day of marriage or 21; should either son die before marriage his portion to be divided between the surviving brothers.
Overseer: John Sanders, of Pomfritt,
Test: John Vincent (Vinson), Hugh Carrick (Kerriek), William Vincent (Vinson), John Manning. 18.352.
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Anne Brown 16,4 1 £36.0.0 Apr 30 1698
Servants mentioned: Robert Ferriell,
Appraisers: John Clement, John Saunders,
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James Parrander 19.269 A CH £154.12.9 Oct 29 1742
Sureties: Courts Keech, John Philpott.
Received from: David Parsons, James Mathews, Edmond Cole, William Taylor.
Payments to: Martha Sanders for legacy from John Saunders (also John Sanders, deceased was executor), John Sanders (son of John Sanders, legacy from his father), Elenor Harthonwhite, Charles Calvert, Esq., Walter Hanson.
Legatees: Martha Sanders.
Executor (surviving): Charles Musgrove.
Anne Scott, born say 1695, was the servant of Philemon Hemsley on 10 November 1713 when she was presented by the Charles County court for having a "Mallato" child by information of John Sanders [Court Record 1711-5, 318].
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Elizabeth Butler, born say 1693, was not named among the slaves in Major Boarman's 1709 will but was listed as a "Negro woman" in the inventory of the estate of John Sanders in 1730. She was identified as Eleanor's daughter by seventy-six-year-old Anne Whitehorn in her 27 May 1767 deposition in the Provincial Court. Anne also deposed that Elizabeth was somewhat younger than her, that Elizabeth had been dead about 30 years, and that Elizabeth's son William was about 44 years old at the time of the deposition [Provincial Court Judgments 1770-1, 236-7].
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Margaret Butler, born about 1727, was a "Negro Girle about 3 years old" who was listed in the estate of John Sanders in 1730. William McPherson (aged sixty years) and Joseph Jameson (aged fifty-two) deposed on 27 May 1767 that Margaret was the daughter of Kate Butler and the mother of Mary Butler, the petitioner in the Butler vs. Richard Boarman suit [Provincial Court Judgments 1770-1, 239, 243].
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William Butler, born about 1721, was a nine-year-old boy listed in the 1730 inventory of John Sanders' estate. He married his second cousin Mary Butler, the granddaughter of Catherine Butler. They brought suit for their freedom from Richard Boarman of St. Mary's County in 1763.
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Elizabeth Day, born say 1695, was the indentured servant of John Sanders on 13 March 1710/1 when she admitted in Charles County court that she had an illegitimate "Malatto" child by a "Negro man named Quasey belonging to her master." And on 11 August 1713 she admitted to the court that she had a second mixed-race child [Court Proceedings D-2:70; E-2:301, 304]. Many of her descendants moved to Virginia and North Carolina during the colonial period.
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber F, Page 95
10 Mar 1674; Indenture from Edward Maddock, apothecary, to John Saunders of Bristol, England; for 4,000# tobacco; a parcel of land called Greene's Purchase; lying on the east side of Anacostia River and south east side of St. Isodore's Brooke; containing 200 acres; /s/ Edward Maddock; wit. John Faning, Luke Greene
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber F, Page 243
19 Feb 1676; Indenture from John Allen, Gent., to John Saunders of Bristol, England; for 50,000# tobacco; half part of a parcel called Irish Damn on the west side of Zachia Swamp; containing 50 acres; half of the Watermills, 2 grist mills on said tract; half of Smith's Hope of 50 acres and watermills; /s/ John Allen; wit. Richard Edelen, Tho. Russell, Clebome Lomax
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber H, Page 6
10 Jun 1678; Indenture from John Saunders, late of the City of Bristol, Gent., to William Wells, Gent.; a parcel of land called Nonesuch; located on Oxon Runn; containing 106 acres by indentures dated 9 Mar 1674; for 9,000# tobacco; /s/ John Saunders; wit Henry Bonner, Cleborne Lomax
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber H, Page 8
10 June 1678; Indenture from John Saunders, Gent., to William Wells; for 4,000# tobacco; a parcel of land called Greene 's Purchase; on the east side of the Anacostia River and St. Isodore's Creek; containing 200 acres; /s/ John Saunders; wit. Henry Bonner, Clebome Lomax
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Charles County Maryland Land Records, Liber Z, Page 181
Recorded at request of Tho. Crabb, the two following deeds:
21 Mar 1704; Indenture from William Boreman, Gent., to Tho. Crabb, merchant; for 5s; a tract called Wardle of 780 acres; excepting the 250 acres previously sold John Sanders by certificate dated 29 Aug 1673 by Clement Hill, general surveyor; tract formerly inheritance of John Manwaringg lying near the branches of Zachiah Swamp; bounded by land of William Williams called Lanternam; /s/ [no signature]; wit. Phillip Brisscoe, Sr., Tho. Taney, Cornelius White
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Charles County Maryland Land Records, Liber Z, Page 183
22 Mar 1704; Indenture from William Boreman, Gent., to Tho. Crabb, merchant; for £60; a parcel called Whardle of 530 acres part of 780 acres; 250 acres heretofore sold by Boreman to John Sanders; [described as above]; /s/ Wm. Boreman; same witnesses; ack. by Wm. Boreman and Mary his wife; 18 May 1705 Capt. Tho. Crabb paid alienation for 530 acres for use of James Heath farmer
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Charles County Land Records, Liber C#2 Page 94
Recorded at request of John Sanders of Chingomuxon:
10 Mar 1707; Indenture from Henry More, planter, to John Sanders, planter; for 14,500#; a parcel of land called Whittland on the north side of Piscataway River; containing 400 acres; /s/ Henry More; wit _ Dent, Richard Edgar; ack. by Henry More and Sarah his wife 10 Mar 1707
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Charles County Circuit Court, Land Records, Liber D#2, Page 45
22 Jul 1713; Recorded at request of John Sanders:
25 June 1713; Indenture from Robert Green and Mary his wife, and Thomas Green, eldest son and heir of sd. Robert Green and Mary his wife, to William Boarman, Sr., eldest son and heir of Maj. William Boarman, dec'd; on behalf of Francis Ignatius Boarman, infant, youngest son of Maj. William Boarman, dec'd, for £50; a parcel called GREEN'S REST being part of William Boarman's Manor called CONTENT; bounded by Abraham Lemaster, Zachia Swamp and Evans Run; containing 450 acres by patent 16 Jul 1679; Wm. Boatman during his lifetime purchased again of sd. Thomas Green and by his last will Boarman gave to his youngest son Ignatius; nothing appears on record from Thomas Green to Wm. Boarman; /s/ Robert G
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Charles County Land Records, Liber M#2 Page 205.
At the request of Majr Robert Hanson of CC, the following deed was recorded May 1, 1730.
April 27, 1730 from Thomas Sanders, the son of John Sanders of CC, deceased, to Robert Hanson of CC, Gent, for 3000 lbs of tobacco and for divers other good causes, lot #72 in Chandler Town in CC at the head of Portobacco Cr, formerly laid out for Jno Sanders, father to the sd Thomas Sanders, containing about 3 roods. Signed - Thos Sanders Jr. Wit - Henry Hawkins*, Jno Briscoe*.
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Charles County Land Record Book A#2, 1752-1756; Page 117 (101). Apr 2, 1753 from Thomas Mitchell of CC, planter, to Leonard Mitchell of CC, planter, for 65 £ sterling and for divers other good Causes, part of a tract of land lying on the west side of Portobacco Cr in CC, it being that part of Cains' Purchase, which John Sanders devised to his son, John Sanders, and afterwards descended to Thomas Ignatius Sanders (son to John Sanders the Latter) by whose death the same became the right of his sister Prudence, now the wife of sd Leonard Mitchell, and by sd Leonard Mitchell and Prudence, his wife, sold to sd Thomas Mitchell, containing about 100 acres. Signed - Thos Mitchell. Wit - Thos Stone, Jno Winter. Recorded Jun 13, 1753_
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Chicamuxen: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 352-4: WHITTLAND: 150 acres; Possession of - 150 Acres - Sanders, John: Surveyed 15 Aug 1659 for Henry Adams on the South side of Mattawoman Creek, patent in the name in John Wheeler: Other notes - 400 acres - John Saunders from Henry Moore 10 March 1707,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 304-12: CANES PURCHASE: 700 acres; Possession of - 350 Acres - Sanders, Edward: Surveyed the remainder of the above tract 18 Jan 1675 for John Cane at the mouth of Marshy branch called deep branch on the North side Potomac river: Other Tracts Mentioned: GOOSE CREEK; ;
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 303-11: GOOSE CREEK: 1600 acres; Possession of - 900 Acres - Chandler, William: Surveyed 12 Aug 1654 for Job Chandler on the West side of Port Tobacco Creek 900 Acres whereof resurveyed 1 March 1675 for Richard Chandler and called by the name of GOOSE CREEK on the West side Port Tobacco at St. Thomas Creek.: Other Tracts Mentioned: CANES PURCHASE,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 376-7: WARDLE: 780 acres; Possession of - 780 Acres - Crabbs, Thomas Capt. Surveyed 29 Aug 1670 for George Mannering on the East side Zachia Swamp on the West side a branch that runs into the swamp.: 
Sanders, John III (I002847)
 
76925 this judith is not the daughter of William JAMES. Judith the d/o this William James married Abraham Haynie
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Samuel Haynie 113.397 SO £249.12.2 Jun 1 1772 Feb 27 1773
Appraisers: Joseph Towgood John Towney.
Creditors: Joshua Hitch Gillis Polk.
Next of kin: James Haynie.
Executrix: Judith Haynie 
Haynie, Judith MNU (I000393)
 
76926 This land grant was to Judith Griffin daughter of Leroy Griffin deceased for services of Leroy Girffin in the last war between Great Britian and France.

URL (Click on link) http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=27&last=&g_p=GB&collect ion=LO Grant
Title Griffin, Judith.
Publication 12 November 1779.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Grants A-Z, 1-124, reels 42-190; Virginia State Land Office. Grants 125- , reels 369-.
Note Location: Kentucky County.
Description: 2000 acres on the Ohio River about 18 or 20 miles from_____Falls, beginning two miles below the _____ third Island above the falls.
Source: Land Office Patents B, 1779-1780, p. 27 (Reel 43). 
Griffin, Judith (I023087)
 
76927 this land was next to Benjamin Hall's land

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Frederick County Circuit Court
Land Surveys and Condominium Plats

Turners Lott, Acres 40; Certificate (called Jr in Record)
Developer/Owner: Turner, William 1752 Patent Record Y and S 7, p. 161 0 0 MSA S 1590-8700
Turners Lott, Acres 40; Patent
Developer/Owner: Turner, William 1752 Patent Record BY and GS 3, p. 570 0 0 MSA S 1590-8701
Turners Lott, William Turner, 40 Acres 1752/10/11 Patented Certificate 4896 3 0 MSA S 1197-5322
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Turner, William (I044999)
 
76928 this line is not proved Heabeard, John (I084666)
 
76929 This line is not proved... circumstancial only
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA ORDER BOOK 1682-1684; John Frederick Dorman; Page 292 [18 June 1683]
Upon petition of Mary Mason relict of John Mason, administration is granted her of the estate of John Mason her husband and it is also ordered that John Washington, Lewis Markham and Thomas Terrett apprays the estate on 4 August next and that at the next Court Mary Mason doe bringe in good security.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA ORDER BOOK 1684-1685; John Frederick Dorman; Page 438 [29 July 1685]
Thomas Terwhitt petitioned the Court that hee with Lewis Markham being bound for Mason's orphants' estate in the hands of John Beere, Beere having consumed a greate part thereof, prays that either they might have power to take into theire Mason's estate or bee discharged from theire bond, but the Court refer the matter to the next Court.
Tho: Terwhitt having layd an attachment on the estate of John Beere and Mr. Wm. Hardidge having done the same and claymed a priority for that itt was for Country debts, and Terwhitt informed the Court that he had a bond whereby the whole estate of Beere was made over to him for the saving him harmless from any damages hee should suffer by being security for Mason's estate, the Court order Terwhitt produce the bond the next Court till which time the matter is referred.
Mr. Wm. Hardidge having layed an attachment on the estate of John Beere for countrey due Tho: Terwhitt pretended an attachment prior in tyme and that hee had a bond whereby the attached estate was made over to save him harmelesse as hee was securitye for Mason's estate, wherefore the Court ref err the matter to the next Court and Terwhitt is to produce the bond.
Dr. Synnock vs. Tho: Terwhitt. The plaintiff complayned that the defendant did detayne a boate and servant of the plaintiff's as the estate of Mason, whereas the plaintiff had the said boate and servant sold unto him by John Beere, and a dispute arising whether John Beere had power to dispose of them, all other matters which did concerne Mason's estate being referred to the next Court, the Court thought fitt to refer this likewise
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA ORDER BOOK 1684-1685; John Frederick Dorman; Page 456 [25 Nov. 1685]
Mr. Thomas Mountjoy petitioned that as the Vestry had placed Margarett Mason, an orphan, with him, hee desired the Court
that Thomas Terwhitt who had the orphan's estate in his custodye might deliver the same to him, which the Court thought reasonable and doth order, provided he gave security. Mountjoy with the said Thomas assumed in 10,000 pounds of tobacco for making good the estate.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA ORDER BOOK 1684-1685; John Frederick Dorman; Page 457 [25 Nov. 1685]
Originall Browne petitioned the Court that hee having [blank] orphan son of [blank] Mason, deceased, in his care and keeping, desired hee might have the estate that belonged to him now in the possession of Tho: Terwhitt delivered to him, which the Court doth order. Mr. John Washington and Richd. Hancock assumed as securitye for Browne in the summe of 10,000 pounds of tobacco. The parties are ordered to enter into bond.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA ORDER BOOK 1684-1685; John Frederick Dorman; Page 479 [6 Jan. 1685/6]
Itt was made appeare that John Beere stood justly indebted to Mr. Wm. Hardidge 2227 pounds of tobacco. Itt is ordered that the estate in the hands of Thomas Terwhitt be lyable •to the payment thereof and that Terwhitt pay the same.
Thomas Kirton, Clerk of this Court, declareth that the estate of John Mason now or lately in the possession of Thomas Terwhitt and Lewis Markham stands indebted to him 400 pounds of tobacco for proveing the will of Mason and other fees due to him from Mason's estate. Itt is ordered that Mason's estate pay.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA ORDER BOOK 1684-1685; John Frederick Dorman; Page 485 [17 Feb. 1685/6]
By vertue of orders of this Court 25 November 1685 Margarett Mason one of the orphans of John Mason was comitted to the trust and care of Thomas Mountjoy and one other orphan son of John Mason to the trust and care of Originall Browne, but yet the possession of the estate belonging to the orphans remains in Thomas Turwhitt and Lewis Markham. It is ordered that the estate of John Mason belonging to the said orphans be delivered in kinde to Thomas Mountjoy and Original Browne and that on Tuesday next there bee a true appraisment made by Thomas White and John Washington of all the estate belonging to the orphans and Capt. John Lord or in his absence Capt. Lawrence Washington is desired to swear them and that noe execution issue against the estate till further order— And it is further ordered that Thomas Mountjoy and Originall Browne doe enter into bond with the assumed security for the true performance of this trust.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA ORDER BOOK 1692-1694; John Frederick Dorman; pg 120a [28 Feb. 1693/4]
Upon an issue joyned between Mr. Originall Brown and Capt. Thomas Mount joy trustees of the orphants and estate of John Mason, and Lewis Markham administrator of Thomas Tyrwhitt„ upon a full heareing of the matter it is ordered that Lewis Markham doe pay to the trustees 4338 pounds of tobacco, the sum due from Tyrwhitt upon ballance of their accounts.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA ORDER BOOK 1692-1694; John Frederick Dorman; pg 131a [25 April 1694]
It is ordered that Capt. Thomas Mount joy doe some tyme before the next Court repairs to Coll: Wm. Peirce or Capt. Thomas Youel and produce his account against the estate of John Mason late of this county, deceased; and deliver the same to John Higdon who hath intermarried with Margarett one of the daughters of Jno. Higdon, and cause is hence dismist.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA ORDER BOOK 1694-1698; John Frederick Dorman; Page 138 [11 Dec. 1678]
James Mason son of John Mason haveing proved himself of age, by the confession of Originall Brown his guardian, ordered hee bee forthwith possessed with the estate left him by his father.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA ORDER BOOK 1676-1679; John Frederick Dorman; Page 132 [28 Aug. 1678]
Upon the oath of John Mason that he did heere Mich. Clerke on his death bedd lay and that he gave his horse and cropp to Cradock and his bridle and saddle to Richard Cradock, the Court .order that the noncupidive will bee_ proved and Cradock be possessed with'the estate. 
Mason, John (I070285)
 
76930 this line is not proven

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Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 1, Part I - 1656-1662; Antient Press; pg 66
IN THE NAME OF GOD Amen the nine & twentieth day of December 1637 I TOBY SMITH being weak of body but of perfect memory make & declare my last Will & Testament in manner following:
first I bequeath my Soul to Almighty God assurdly trusting in the merrits of Jesus Christ for the remission of my sins my body to be buried by the descretion of my Executrix my worldly Estate I dipose of as foloweth. Devidend of land called ROCKINGHAM on which I now live I give unto my Son (missing) heirs after the decease of his Mother.
Item the one moiety of my Devident (missing) acres of land in the freshes I give to my Son HENRY & his heirs the (missing) unto my Son WILLIAM & his heirs devissin to be indifferently made (missing) take his choice if either dy without heirs then the land to belong to the (missing) unto my Honoured Freind HENRY SOANE my devident of Three hundred (missing) acres of land which I purchased of ROBERT EYRES to be recovered by him to the (missing)est that is to say to be sold to the best advantage & the produce to (be delivered unto) to my Executrix to the satisfying of Debts or relief of her & her children.
Item I give to my said Loveing friend HENRY SOANE tenn pounds.
I give to my honoured friend COLL. FRANCIS MORRISON tenn pounds.
I give unto THOMAS LANE so much land as he can occupy for seven years where my Executrix shall appoint him (missing) my stock of Catle I give between my Executrix (missing) youngest children (missing) Executrix the liberty of taking (missing) Eldest Son & Daughter (missing) the rest of my Estate I give (missing) do here nominate (my Wife) to be my sole Executrix (missing) friend MR. WILLIAM (missing) an assistant to my (missing) shill to buy him (missing) I do hereby revoke any (missing) declaring this to be (my last Will) & Testament. In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & seale
Signed sealed published as the Last Will TOBY SMITH
& Testament of TOBY SMITH in presence of
NEALE PETERSON
JOHN LACEY, JOHN WARNER
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CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS PATENT BOOK No. 5; Pg 519
HENRY & WM. SMITH, 1600 acs. Lancaster Co., 24 Sept. 1664, p. 386,
(1). On N. side of Rappa. Riv., extending E.S.E. &c. to a small marsh opposite Colemans Marsh, thence N.E. &c., N.W. along Walter Dickensons & Wm. Yarratts lands & N.E. upon the hills or high land. Granted to Mr. Toby Smith 6 Sept. 1654 & given by his will to the abovenamed.
 
Smith, William (I082091)
 
76931 this line is researched by David Mills  Lewis, William Linton (I079073)
 
76932 this line is set up assuming that John's will only addressed his younger kids. Edward & Agatha Barrow both lived next door and could have been nieces and nephews

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Wills of Old Rappahannock County, Virginia [William Montgomery Sweeny]
3 February, 1684; 6 May, 1685.
BARROW, JOHN, of ye parish of Sittingburne in ye County of Rappa.
To son Jonathan all that tract of land called the Cabbin Point adjoining the land of Peter Foxon and if my said son dies without lawful issue then I give the land to my son Alexr. Barrow.
To son Moses a tract of land adjoining Roger Richardson and Peter Foxon which the said Foxon holds for the term of life and after to revert to my son Moses and if Moses dies without heirs then to my son Alexander.
To son Alexander all the rest of my land reserving only to my loving wife the plantation whereon I now live with houses and orchards thereon during her natural life And further it is my will that my son Alexander shall be at his own disposal! in the management of his estate at sixteen years of age and to be then possessed of his estate and if he dies without heirs then the land to go to my son Moses and if both Alexander and Moses die without heirs then to go to my son Jonathan. If all my three sons die without heirs then all my lands to be divided between my two daughters Honor and Cicily Barrow. To my two daughters one young mare and one cow a piece with two pewter dishes one larger and one lesser. The rest of my personal estate to be equally divided between my loving wife Mary and son Alexander suddenly after my decease by my overseers hereafter named. My will and desire is that my debts be paid out of my debts due to me or other my personal estate. Wife Mary Executrix and son Alexander Executor. Overseers to be my loving friends Mr William Underwood Sen. and Mr John Burkett and to each of them a gold ring of twenty shillings price.
Wit. Wm UNDERWOOD SENr., JOANE X UNDERWOOD,
Wm X UNDERWOOD JR. Page 46.
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Old Rappahannock Co Va Order Book - 1683-1685; Antient Press: pg 86
Rappahannock County ourt 6th of May 1685
- This day Doctr: MOSES HUBBART as Marrying the Relict & Executrx. of Mr. JOHN BARROW deced confest Judgment to Mr. DENNIS MaCARTY, Atto: of Mr. FRANCIS MOORE & Mr. WM. BEAREBLOCK for four hundred pounds of tobb: & cask according to specialty wch: this Court have ordered to be paid with cost of suit als exec.
- MOSES HUBBART as Marrying the Relict & Executrx. of Mr. JOHN BARROW, did this day confess Judgmt. to Mr. ALEXANDR: ATKINS for two hundred pounds of Cobb: & cask due by Bill from the Estate of the sd BARROW wch: this Court have ordered to be pd. wth: cost of suit als exec.
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Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 1, Part I - 1656-1662; Antient Press; pg 42
TO ALL TO WHOM these presents shall come I SAMUELL MATHEWS Esqr. Governour & Capt Generall of Virginia send Greeting in our Lord God Everlasting Whereas &c now know ye that I the said SAMUEL MATHEWS Esqr. do with the consent of ye Councell of State accordingly give & grant unto JAMES GATES six hundred acres of land situate in the County of (missing) upon the South side within the freshes of RAPPA. RIVER opposite to (missing) bounded on the North West side with UZENGINN SWAMP which devideth this land & a tract of land surveyed for ABRAHAM MOORE Southwest into the woods South East upon WICCAQUINCK POINT North East upon RAPPAHANOCK RIVER the said land being formerly granted by Pattent unto NICHOLAS MERRYWEATHER bearing date the 4th of October 1654 & by the said MERRYWEATHER assigned unto JOHN BARROW & by the said JOHN BARROW assigned unto the said JAMES GATES & renewed by order from the Governr. and Councell bearing date with these presents To Have and To Hold &c Provided that if the said JAMES GATES do not seat or plant or cause to be seated or planted upon said land within three years next ensuing that then it may & shall be lawful! for any Adventurer or Planter to make choice & seat
hereupon Given under our hands at JAMES CITY (missing) October 1657
SAMUELL MATHEWS
W, CLAIBORNE Secr
Wi(missing) that I JAMES GATES do assigne over all my right & title of this Pattent (missing) Witness my hand this 4th of May 1657
JAMES GATES
Signatures of Witnesses destroyed
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Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 1, Part I - 1656-1662; Antient Press; pg 114
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I JOHN WEIR of the County of Rappahanock doth hereby sell & make over unto JONATHAN BARROWE of the same place or his assignes one red Cow with some white under her belly & cropt on the right ear with a peice taken out of the left ear on the under side (missing) the said JONATHAN BARROW for to have the said Cow with her increase without any molestacon or trouble of any person or persons whatsoever & from me my heirs or assignes as Witness my hand May 28th 1660
Test MATH. CARRACK JOHN WEIR
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Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 1, Part I - 1656-1662; Antient Press; pg 173
TO ALL TO WHOM I Sr. WM. BERKELY Knight Governour & Capt. General! of Virginia send greeting. Whereas &c. Now know ye that I the said WM. BERKELY Knight do with the consent of the Counsel! of State grant unto JOHN BARROW seven hundred thirty seven acres & one hundred forty four perches of land lying in the freshes of RAPPA. RIVER on the So. side of OCCUPACON CREEK beginning (missing) end of the land of Mr. WM. HALL & (missing) to a marked pocickery thence S. near (missing) to a marked Gum to a (missing)nd of AUGUSTINE BLITHENBIRD & lastly N. W. by W (missing) end of LAWSONS ISLAND to the place where it first (missing) being due to the said JOHN BARROW as foll Vizt. five hundred acres & (missing) thereof formerly granted to the said BARROW by Pattent dated (missing) & two hundred acres & one hundred forty perches residue by and for the transportation of five persons into this Colony and now joyned together by order of the Governour & Councell bearing date with these presents to have and to hold &c paying &c Provided &c given at JAMES CITY under our hands the 23 day of March 1659
WM. BERKLEY
W. CLAIBOURN Secr
I the Within specified JOHN BARROW do by virtue of these presents sett over unto JOHN JOHNSON of Rappahanock to his heirs or assignes all the land within menconed in this Patient & all the priviledges belonging thereto & all my right & title thereof & also for me my heirs deliver and maintain unto the aforesaid JOHN JOHNSON to his heirs &assignes for him quietly to enjoy for ever all that seven hundred thirty & seven acres and one hundred forty & five perches of land which is butted & bounded as and within this Pattent is menconed for him and them to enjoy the same without any molestation from myself & all other manner of person whatsoever. In Witness I have sett my hand this 23 day of January 1661
Witness ROBT. TOMLIN, JOHN, BARROW
TIMOTHY PELL
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Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 1, Part II - 1662-1664; Antient Press; pg 194-195
TO ALL TO WHOM these presents shall come I SAMUEL MATHEWS Esqr. Governor & Capt. General! of Virga. send greeting &c. Whereas &c. Now know ye that I SAMEUL MATHEWS Esqr, do with the consent of the Councell of State according grant unto JOHN BARROW four hundred & fifty acres of land lying upon the South side of PEPETICK CREEK forty seven acres whereof begineth at a red Oak upon the Creek side extending it self into the Woods E. by N. thence N. by W. bounding upon the land of JOHN PAINE & the residue neer unto the head of the aforesaid Creek beginning where the Creek devides it self by which is made a Swamp that devides the said Land from the Land of THOMAS HAWKINS thence into the woods butting upon the land of PAYNE & Lastly the aforesaid breadth by which is made a quadrangle three hundred forty & Seaven acres of the said land being formerly granted by Pattent unto Lt. Coll. HENRY FLEET & by him deserted & granted unto the said JOHN BARROW by Order of the Governour & Coun cell dated the 6th of October last past All which land is due him for the Transportacon of Nyne persons into this Collony Thosc names are in the records menconed under this Pattent To hold &c. paying &c. Provided &c. Given at JAMES CITY under our hands this 6th of October 1656
SAMUEL MATHEWS W. CLAYBORNE Secy.
JOHN BARROW of the County of Rappahanock in the Parish of SITTINGBOURNE do acknowledge to assigne over all my right of the Land within specified unto JOHN PAYNE of the same County Carpenter & to his heirs for ever from all claimes & Dowery of my now Wife MARY BARROW & from all persons whatsoever claimeing under me Witness my hand this 27th day of January 1661 more over bind my self by this my hand & seale to acknowledge the same in the Court when I shall be lawfully called
Testibus ALLEX. FLEMING, JOHN BARROW
EDMOND DOBSON
I MARY BARROW the Lawful Wife of JOHN BARROW of County of Rappa. do acknowledge all my right due to me as to my Dower or thirds of a parcell of land sould by my Husband JOHN BARROW unto Mr. JOHN PAYNE & moreover I desire Mr. ALLEX. FLEMING to acknowledge the same in the County Court of Rappahanock In Witness I sett my hand & seale this 1 day of July 1662
Testibus ALLEX FLEMING, MARY BARROW
SILL THACHER no marke shown
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Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 1, Part II - 1662-1664; Antient Press; pg 200
I MARY BARROW the true & lawful! Wife of JOHN BARROW of the County of Rappa. do acknowledge to have reced full satisfacon of Mr. JOHN JOHNSON the same being according to demand 20 s Sterl being for & in full consideracon of my right as to my Dower or thirds in a parcell of land sould by my Husband JOHN BARROW unto Mr. JOHN JOHNSON the Patt. being eight hundred acres or thereabouts lying in the same County abovesaid & now in the possession of said Mr. JOHN JOHNSON moreover I desire Mr. ALEX FLEMING to acknowledge the same in my behalf in the Court held for the County aforesaid & I do hereby allow of the same by this my hand & seal dated the 1th 7ber 1662
Testebus ALLEX. FLEMING. MARY BARROW
JOHN WASHINGTON
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Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 1, Part II - 1662-1664; Antient Press; pg 203-204
KNOW ALL that I JOHN BARROWE of the County of Rappahanock Planter for divers good causes & in consideracon of an Exchange made of the Title of Six hundred forty & three acres and One hundred thirty & four perches of land by with ALLEXANDER FLEMING of the same County Gent which said land he bath demised to me by Deed have granted unto the said ALLEXANDER FLEMING his heires & assignes parcell of land conteining Two hundred eighty acres being in manner following (Vitt) in the freshes of the RIVER of RAPPA. aforesaid on the North side & begining at a marked Locust neer the Waters side the Corner tree of the land formerly called GARROTTS LAND & running thence East into the woods thence North & finally Wt N. W. to the place where it first began to have and to hold the said Two hundred & Eighty acres of land and every part & parcel! thereof withall the profitts belonging to him the said ALLEX FLEMING his heirs & assignes from me the said JOHN BARROWE or from my heirs & from any of us or persons whatsoever which would claime under me or under any of us & from RICHARD COLEMAN or his heirs or Assignes or either of any of them for Ever and ALEX. FLEMING cloth by these presents for himself his heirs promise with said JOHN BARROWS that he will yearly for ever pay One shilling for every fifty acres, of land herein conteined menconed as the Quit Rent due to be paid to our Sovereign Lord the King in due manner as it ought to be paid. In Witness the partys have sett their hands & seals the 3d of November in year 1662
in presence of TH. WILSFORD, JOHN BARROWE
GEORGE DAVIS
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Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 1, Part II - 1662-1664; Antient Press; pg 204
KNOW ALL MEN that I JOHN BARROWE of the County of Rappa. in Parish of Sittingbourne for divers good causes path released & for ever quit claimed for myself and my heirs do release Mr. ALLEX FLEMING of the same County in his full & peaceable possession and to his heirs & assignes for ever all right as I the said ,JOHN BARROWE had or ought to have in all or any part of the Lands now in the hands c the abovesd Mr. ALLEXANDER FLEMING (that is to say) the lands that he Mr. FLEMING now lives on or the lands lying next the Creek called MR. THACHERS CREEK that the said JOHN BARROW claimed of the land Mr. FLEMING when Mr. JOHN CATLETT surveyed it foi and by Mr. ALLEXANDER FLEMINGs Order or any other the lands of the said FLEMING either by Pattent Survey or assignemt. or by the order or assignes of WALTER DICKENSON or his Attorney or by any other means whatseover To have and to hold all the said Lands unto said Mr. ALLEXANDER FLEMING his heirs for ever so that neither said JOHN BARROWE nor my heirs nor any other person for me have claime or any right to the premises & every of them shall be utterly barred for Ever by these present (except & always to be Excepted) all such lands and every parcell of such lands as I the said JOHN BARROW my heirs or assignes shall lawfully possession from or under him the said ALLEXANDR FLEMING his heirs or assignes by Deed in hand Writing sealed & delivered to my ppr. use and to the proper use of my heirs for ever In Witness I have sett my hand & seale this 26th December 1661
presence of TH. WILSFORD, JOHN BARROW
GEORGE DAVIS
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Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 1, Part II - 1662-1664; Antient Press; pg 204
KNOW ALL MEN that I ALLEX FLEMING of Parish of Sittingbourne in the County of Rappa for divers good causes have released and for ever quit claimed unto JOHN BARROWE of the Parish & County aforesaid into his full & peaceable possession & to his heirs and assignes for ever all such right whatsoever I the said ALLEXANDER FLEMING had in part or parcell of the lands now in the said Occupation of JOHN BARROW that is to say the Lands the he the said JOHN BARROWS now lives on accrewing due unto him JOHN BARROW by the assignes of COLEMAN or the heirs of CHAPMAN or by desertment of COLEMAN or by Pattent of or any means whatsoever To have and to hold all the said lands now in possession of said JOHN BARROWE and his heirs for Ever so that I ALLEX. FLEMING nor my heirs will by any means hereafter claime any right of any part thereof & every of them shall be barred for Ever and not only what claim as in my own behalf but also all that the said ALLEX. FLEMING may claime as the assigne of WALTER DICKENSON and his heirs (except and always to be excepted) all such lands as I the said ALLEXANDER FLEMING my heirs & assignes shall lawfully hold from and under him the said JOHN BARROW his heirs or assignes by Deed in hand according to Law In Witness I have sett my hand & seale this 26th December 1661
in presence of TH: WILSFORD, ALLEX. FLEMING
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Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 1, Part II - 1662-1664; Antient Press; pg 204-205
KNOW ALL MEN that I ALLEXANDER FLEMING of the County of Rappa. Gent for the sum of Two thousand pounds of good & lawfull Tobacco unto me in hand paid by JOHN BARROWE of same County Planter as also for a certain parcell of land conteining two hundred & Eighty acres made over unto me the said ALLEX. FLEMING my heirs & assignes bounded as in said Deed may be made to appear have ;ranted unto the said JNO. BARROW his heirs and assignes one part of land conteining ;ix hundred forty and three acres and One hundred thirty and four perches by Survey fart of a Devident of land formerly granted to WALTER DICKENSON by Pattent lying in he Freshes of the RIVER of RAPPA. abovesaid on the North side & next adjoyning the lands now in the tenor of me the said ALLEX. FLEMING Beginning at a small gut and on the Wt side thereof running on the West of a Thickets called COLEMANS & thence running N. N. W. to the place where it first began. To have and to hold the said Six hundred forty & three acres & 134 perches of land withall rights belonging to him the said JOHN BARROW his heirs and assignes from me the said ALLEXANDER FLEMING and from' my heirs and assignes from any claimes by from or under me and from WALTER DICKENSON his heirs or assignes or every other person which would claime under the said WALTER DICKENSON and he the said JOHN BARROW promise with the said ALLEXANDER FLEMING that he his heirs & assignes will yearly & for ever pay one Shill. for every fifty acres of land as the Quit Rents due to be paid to our Sovereign in due manner as it ought to be paid In Witness partyes have sett their hand & seals this third day of October in year (missing)
in presence of us TH, WILSFORD, ALLEX. FLEMING
GEORGE DAVIS
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Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 1, Part II - 1662-1664; Antient Press; pg 244
KNOW ALL MEN that I JOHN BARROWE of the Pish of Sittenbourne in the County of Rapa for many consideration do give for the use of the Parish of Sittenbourne one acre of land lying Square about the sd CHURCH provided that the sd acre of land be nun otherwise impioyed & made use of by the sd Parish then for a CHURCH & BURYING PLACE about the same. In Witness I do sett my hand & seale this 24 January 1662
Delivered for the use of the JOHN BARROW
use of the PARISH of SITTENBOURNE
presence of us JOSEPH WEBB, WILLIAM WE ...

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Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 1, Part II - 1662-1664; Antient Press; pg 277
WHEREAS I HUMPHRY TOMKINS of NEW POOUOSON PARISH in the County of YORK Guardian of ISABELLA CHAPMAN Orphant late Daughter of THOMAS CHAPMAN the place aforesd Planter deced haveing taken bill in of JOHN BARROW in the behalf of the sd Orphant for three thousand pounds of Tobacco & cask due to the sd Orphant as by the sd Bill bearing date thirteenth day of October One thousand Six hundred Sixty and Eight relation being had may more at large appear Now Know ye that I the sd HUMPHRY TOMKINS do by these presents ordaine Capt. THO. HAWKINS of the Parish of Sittenbourne in County of Rappa. gent my true & lawfull Attorney Depty & assignee for me for the use of the sd Orphant ISSABELLA CHAPMAN to sue attache & imprizon the abovenamed JOHN BARROW for the debt & upon paymt in my name to give discharge for the same rattifyin g & hereby confirming whatsoever my sd Attorney shall do as fully as if I my self were then & there personally present In Testimony I thc sd HUMPHRY TOMEKINS have sett my hand & seale this two & twentieth day of February 1663
in presence of ED WATT'S, HUMPHRY TOMKINS
JOHN HUNT
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Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 1, Part II - 1662-1664; Antient Press; pg 332-333
TO ALL TO WHOM these presents come I WILLIAM HALL of the County of Rappa. in Virga. Coopr. by and with the Consent of JANE my Wife for divers good causes & more especially for the sum of Twenty thousand pounds of good Tobo. & Cask to me in hand paid by JOHN WEIR of the same County Gent. before the sealing hereof do sell unto the sd JOHN WEIR his heirs & assignes Five hundred Seaventy & three & 122 perches of land lying in the Freshes of RAPPA. on the South side of OCCUPATN. CREEK beginning at a marked Pocickery nigh the land of JOHN BARROW thence NE to JOHN BARROW his first corner tree thence E. by S to the Creek side Lastly NW on the Creek to the place it began together with all houses edifices buildings orchards gardens and all other the appurtenances belonging with the premises now in the Occupation of me the sd WILLIAM HALL To hold unto the sd JOHN WEIR his heirs & assignes for ever the sd JOHN WEIR paying unto our Sovereign Lord the King his heirs & Successors the Rights & Services due & of right accustomed & I the sd WILLIAM HALL for me my heirs agree that he shall at all times hereafter peacably hold the abovesd land without the trouble of me the sd WM. HALL or JANE my Wife or any of our heirs In Witness sd WILLIAM HALL & JANE HALL have set our hands & seals this 9th day of January 1664
in presence of us ROBT. DAVIS, WM. HALL
R GLOVER. WILLIAM MOSELFY JANE HALL
KNOW ALL MEN that I JANE HALL do hereby appoint GEORGE (PLEY) my true and lawfull Attorney for me to make an acknowledgement for all my right of the now Plantacion we live upon unto Mr. JOHN WEIR according to (missing) my Husband WILLIAM HALL hath contracted to & with the sd JOHN WEIR for In Witness I have sett my hand this third day of January 1664
in presence of us ROGER CLOTWORTHY, JANE HALL
FRANCIS JAMES
Recognt in Cur Coro Rappa. 18 die January 1664
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Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 3 - 1663-1668; Antient Press: pg 264-269
TO THE WORPLL. HIS MATIES Justices of the Peace for RAPPA. County THE HUMBLE Peticon and Bill of complaynt of ALEX: FLEMING, in all humility complayning That yr. Orator purchaed Eight hundred acres of land next & adjoyning to the lands of yr. Orator of one Mr WALTER DICKENSON now see it was yt: JOHN BARROW at the time was tennant to the sd Dickenson for certaine terme of yeares on the said land but the sd Barrow thinking to Defeate the said Dickenson of his land procured to himselfe several Title Vizt, peticoned at as the Deserted land of one Coleman and by Vertue thereof Sued and forceably held the sd Dickenson out of the same but finding as yr Orator supposed by Intellegence of the said Coleman that that Title could not stand for that. Colemans right if any was conveyed to one Chapman Deced purchased a seeming Title of the Guardians of one Chapmans Orphand the wch Title if good was not Lawfull for the Guardians to sell the orphant then undr: age nor in the sd Barrow to bye being then tennant to the said Dickenson the wch Illegall act of the said Barrow was at least one hundred pounds Sterl: Damadge to the said Dickenson as yr Orator can make appeare besides Driving him thereby into MARYLAND and unpeopling his Maties Country of several! necessary men who had their whole Dependence on him, MOREOVER the sd Barrow by Virtue and in persuance of this his Illegal Title claymed yr Orators owne land arrested and forewarned and kindred yr. Orator in his clearing to yr. Orators great Damadge and then brought the sd Coleman the Cheife man as the said Barrow pretended know where the sd orphants land began. wch as the sd Coleman declared, was at a marked Locust in yr Orators plantacon neare the landing hoping thereby not only to sweepe away all yr Orators land but alsoe the land of the sd Dickenson but yr Orator willing to be at quiett and Sattisfy the Turbulent Spiritt of the sd Barrow sent for Collo. JOHN CATLETT who then twice layed out the sd land vch proved litle effecuall to the sd Barrowes purposes not soe much as reaching any part of the sd Dickensons land but had swept all yr Orators land had not yr Orators Patt: proved Eldest soe that the sd Barrow being convinced of the Civil! and Trouble he had put the said Dickenson and yr Orator unto and Fearing to be Sued for his mainteynance and the unjust molestacon of yr Orator yr Orator being then out above Six thousand pounds of Tobo. & Caske in charges by this his Unjust Trouble the Burden of all which damadges he fearing would lye heavey uppon him used all means possibly as by yr Orators Wife and wt. else he could to Remitt the wronge he had done yr Orator wch yr Orator at that time seemed to have bin willing and therefore at his request yr Orator being then the said Dickensons Attorney leased him the sd Barrow the sd Land a Newe for term of years paying to the sd Dickenson or his order a yearly accknowledgemt: for the same But the sd Barrow not yet content wth this yr Orators civil usage made great complaynt to COLLO. MORYSON the then Governor agt. yr. Orator and there procured ordr: that the whole matter in difference betweene yr. Orator and the sd Barrow should be heard before Mr. THOMAS LUCAS SENIOR and alsoe that yr Orator should make his personall appearance at March Quarter Court after, notwithstanding the said Barrow never had cause of accon in Law agt. yr Orator or the sd Dickenson the sd Barrow only procuring to himselfe the afore-sd pretended titles to Disturbe yr Orator and the sd Dickenson, moreover, the sd Barrow being then Constable having Ordr. to arrest yr. Orator before the said Mr. Lucas Senior came into yr Orators house in a prepostrous manner not like a ministerial] Officer but stamping on the ground and demanding possession of yr Orators house and land saying our business must be heard before the sd Mr. Lucas Suddainly the wch yr Orator not believing and having before persuaded yr orator to cancyll many papers of Noate when yr Orator made him a New Lease and yr Orator seeing noe Ordr.: for his so doeing supposing all things be fairely ended before mooved yr Orator at that time to exceed in passion more than usuall by his Incompoctable Carriage forcing yr Orator to turne him being then Constable out of Doores for wch the sd Barrow arrested yr Orator being undr: this Dayley Trouble and alwayes undr; arrest and durance knowing that if ye Orator should vex himself Never soe much nough could be gotten of a man soe despeartely poore suffered him at last meerely for Quietness sake to take what he would of yr orators land hoping to find a Remedy in a more cleare time when these clouds were passed over not Doubting but when the true merrit of the cause were truely looked into it would really appeare that wt:ever Scrawles passes betweene the sd Barrow and yr Orator were forceably drawne and were but the Effects of force & Trouble as alsoe the greatest consideracon that by the scrawles signed between the said Barrow and yr Orator were but the abovesd pretended title of Coleman or Chapmans Orphants wch never was in the sd Barrows power to give nor in the guardians of the Orphants to sell but what may be said there is noe such land in Rerum Natura or if there be the orphants title is not Extinct the wch uses only collusion and Deceipt to yr Orator for that yr Orater nev: had any valluable consideracon for soe Reall an Estate noe not the Reall
Effects of the consideracon men conced on the said Barrowes parte.
THE PREMISES considered yr Orator humbly prayeth that Whereas the Right of the said land was nev: out of yr Orators holding by the grand Pattent thereof and for that the sd Barrow hath not had five yeares possession The Court would seriously weigh the whole matter in Equity and order yr orators just clayme to be recorded as alsoe immediate possession of his just right and that if the said Barrow either by himselfe or Attorney have any answer to make in objection thereunto that it might be fully given in wrighting unto this Worpll. Court According to Act of Assembly (33th Act)
And yr Orator as in Duty Bound shall Ever pray etc.
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Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 3 - 1663-1668; Antient Press: pg 356-357
WE WHOSE NAMES are under written being arbitrators Indifferently Chozen Btweene Capt. ALEX: FLEMING and JNO. BARROW to end and Determine a Difference Betweene them and having seriously perused the right of Both
Wee doe award that Capt. Alex. Fleming shall at the next Court held for this County of Rappa. give unto John Barrow his heires sufficient security for his quiett possession of the land now in ye Occupacon of the sd Barrow wch was sould by the sd Fleming to the said Barrow being 643 acres 134 perches lying in the Freshes of Rappa, and bounded as by a Deed of Sale given by the said Fleming to the said Barrow bearing date the 3d day of 9br 1662 more at large may appeare And also doe award that John Barrow shall at the next Court held in the County above-said give unto Capt. Alex. Fleming his heires sufficient security for his quiett possession of the land now in the possession or occupacon of the said Fleming wch was sould by the said Barrow to the said Fleming being 280 acres lying in the Freshes of the Rappa. and bounded by a Deed of Sale given by the said Barrow to the sd Fleming bearing date the 3d day of 9br. 1662, more at large may appeare, and Further doe award for the Finall decision of all controverseyes each person bear his owne perticular charge IN WITNESS whereof wee have hereunto sett our hands & wales this 26th of Novembr: 1667,
JOHN WEIR
ANTHONY BRIDGES
Recognit in Cur Com Rappa primo Die Januarii 1667
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continued
 
Barrow, John (I072198)
 
76933 This line not proved see EFSM Vol 1 page 246
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Hebb, William St. Mary's County, 2nd Oct., 1718; 9th Jan., 1718-9.
To son William, dwelling plantation ------, also leased lands and personalty.
To son Mathew, "Small Hogs" at decease of father and personalty. Sons afsd. of age and receive their estates at 20 yrs.
Shd. wife Priscilla marry again, to return with husband to her own land, bro. Thos. to take 2 sons and their estate and keep them on new dwelling plantation till of age afsd.
Extx..- Wife Perseller.
To bro. Thos., overseer, 500 lbs. of tobacco yearly.
Test: Fran. Hopewell, Thomas Hebb, Jr., Susanna Coleman. 15. 10
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William Hebb 2.87 SM £122.10.0 Apr 23 1719 May 4 1719
Appraisers: Richard Forress, William Inns.
Approvers: Thomas Hebb, Jr., Joseph Hebb, William Swale.
Administrator: James Baker.
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William Hebb 3.221 -- £0.13.0 Mar 19 1720
Appraisers: Richard Forry, William Inness.
Executrix: Pressillia Baker, wife of James Baker.
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William Hebb 2.419 A SM £117.15.6 Mar 19 1720
Received from: Mr. Hennry Horne, Edward Pearce, Joseph Hebb, Archibald Picke, Nathanell Phips.
Payments to: Mr. John Danielson, Capt. Jenifer, Esq. Bordley, Michell Jenifer, Mr. William Thomson (merchant), Mr. William Fowler, James Taylor, Col. Asquith for estate of John Millen, Robertt Clements (merchant), Mr. Francis Hopewell, Esq. Bladen, Esq. Lowe, James Crackson, Mr. Richard Forrest, Robertt Hamnett, Mr. Joshua Doyne, Katrine Jones, William Johnson, William Junis, Pattrick Forrest per Mr. Petter Watts, Mary Peeter Watts, Dr. William Swail, Charles Dillion, Gilbertt Anderson, George Beverly, Grissell Dumbare, Hennrey Chandler, Col. Hennrey Jowles, John Hillton, Nathaniell Phipps, Mr. Gillespie, John Baker.
Executrix: Priscilla Baker (alias Priscilla Hebb), wife of John Baker.
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William Hebb 4.155 A SM £251.2.11 £5.8.9 May 17 1722
Received from: David Watson, James Cox, John Batson.
Payments to: Mrs. Elisabeth Williams, Robert Laurance, William Laurance, Mary Grant, Mrs. Elisabeth Watts, Col. Presiley, Esq. Bordley, John Baker.
Executrix: Presoilla Baker, wife of James Baker.
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Cole, Valentine, planter, St. Mary'sCo., 26th May, 1716; 17th Sept., 1716.
To son John;, ex.., entire estate.
Guardian: Francis Hopewell.
Test: Wm. Hebb, Wm. Thomas, Edw. Askins, Her. Sweeny. 14, 225. 
Hebb, William (I013490)
 
76934 this line researched by

Name: Judy Craven
Email: jemcraven@fuse dot net

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=kitemiller&id=I0 04 
Kite, William (I067518)
 
76935 This line researched by Alan Sturm

1/2/1828: ST. MARY'S COUNTY COURT (Land Records) JH 8, 1827-1830 MSA CE
121-2 (page 91) (My Abstract). Indenture made 1/2/1828 Richard Dent Edwards for the sum of $247.50 to Susannah Burroughs all the following tract or parcel of land: Part of Good Penny Worth with Addition, Part of Plains of Jericho with Addition; part Dimond's Venture now included into one tract called "Poor Hopes". Beg. at a Spanish oak on the Cool Springs road side also a bound tree of Dimond's Venture containing 60 acres including houses, out houses, woods, water courses. Lydia Edwards, wife of Richard Dent Edwards agrees to sale. (Courtesy, Tom Jennings).

9/24/1856: Balance and distribution of the estate of Richard D. Edwards by Joseph D. Edwards, administrator. To: Mary E. Reeves, daughter; Permelia Edwards, daughter; Joseph D. Edwards, son; Richard M. Edwards, son; Alexander Edwards, son; Martha A. Byrd, daughter; Elkanah Edwards, son; and John Edwards, Julia Edwards, and Rose Edwards, grandchildren (who got 1/3 each of 1/8 pt.).
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LR: In my opinion, Richard Dent Edwards was either the son or grandson of Benjamin Edwards and Mary Dent.


1850, Bryantown, Charles Co.:
Richard B Edwards 68, tavernkeeper
Alexander Edwards 23, blacksmith
Amelia Edwards 22

1850, 5th Dist., St. Mary's County:
Elizabeth M. Edwards, 70
Harriett Edwards, 35, insane (must be a daughter of Richard Dent Edwards)
Joseph B. Edwards, 19 (this was Joseph Dent Edwards, son of Richard Dent Edwards)
Richard M. Edwards, 17 (this was Richard Marshall Edwards, son of Richard Dent Edwards)
Martha A. Edwards, 15 (this was Martha Ann Edwards, dau. of Richard Dent Edwards, who m. Thomas J. Byrd)
Elkanah Edwards, 13 (again, son of RDE)
Mary S. Edwards, 6, b. Charles Co. (she has to be a daughter of RDE)
(all b. in St. Mary's County except Mary) 
Edwards, Richard Dent (I071260)
 
76936 This line researched by Alan Sturm

1/2/1828: ST. MARY'S COUNTY COURT (Land Records) JH 8, 1827-1830 MSA CE
121-2 (page 91) (My Abstract). Indenture made 1/2/1828 Richard Dent Edwards for the sum of $247.50 to Susannah Burroughs all the following tract or parcel of land: Part of Good Penny Worth with Addition, Part of Plains of Jericho with Addition; part Dimond's Venture now included into one tract called "Poor Hopes". Beg. at a Spanish oak on the Cool Springs road side also a bound tree of Dimond's Venture containing 60 acres including houses, out houses, woods, water courses. Lydia Edwards, wife of Richard Dent Edwards agrees to sale. (Courtesy, Tom Jennings). 
Dyson, Lydia (I071261)
 
76937 This line researched by Alan Sturm Edwards, Richard Marshall (I071262)
 
76938 this line researched by Darth Miller
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John Lynch 26.543 SM £122.10.7 Apr 19 1742 May 10 1742
Appraisers: Robert Chesley, Patrick Forest.
Creditors: James Nevison, Will Hebb.
Next of kin: John Mackey, John Mackey, Jr.
Administratrix/Executrix: Catherine Lynch.
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John Lynch 19.439 A SM £122.10.7 £123.18.6 Jul 11 1743
Sureties: Robert Henley, John Mackey.
Received from: James Smith, Roger Hooper, Col. Ennalls, Mary Croucher, John Paul, Robert Griffith, Capt. John Hicks, Anthony Symes, Thomas Baker, Denness Cumberfoot.
Payments to: William Hebb, James Newson, John Reader, James Armstrong, Sarah Breading, John More, Mr, Philip Key, Capt. George Clark, Robert Henry, John Mackey, Benjamin Sally, Mathew Travers, Robert Chesely, Mauxwell Strut, John Manning, John More, Mr. Edward Digges.
Administratrix: Catherine Lynch.
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Mr. Thomas Waughop 21.99 SM £201.16.0 Jul 30 1735 Aug 29 1735
Appraisers: Samuel Baker, John Lynch.
Creditors: George Clarke, John Edwards.
Next of kin: Ann Chesley, Mary Gaither.
Administrators/Executors: Catherine Waughop, James Waughop.
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Luke Baley 19.542 A SM £50.17.11 £15.5.3 Oct 24 1743
Sureties: Robert Chesley, Nicholas Sewell.
Received from: John Parnell, John Lynch, Lewis Oliver, Samuel Hogan, Edward Able, William Wattson, Thomas Sanner, John Bradson, John Browne, John Evens & Swann, John Thompson, John Currlet, Stephen Watts, John Anderson.
Payments to: Abraham Barns, Thomas Aisquith.
Executor: William Cavenough.
===
WESTMORELAND COUNTY ORDER BOOK, 1718-1721; pg 49
Westmoreland County Court 27th day of May 1719.
Upon the Peticon of CHRISTIAN LYNCH relict of STEPHEN LYNCH, decd. and JOHN LYNCH son and heir of the said STEPHEN LYNCH [which said STEPHEN LYNCH by a Testimonial under the hands and seals of the Mayor and Notary Publick of the Town and County of Gallway in the Kingdom of Ireland appeared to be brother of FRANCIS LYNCH late of the County of Westmoreland in Virginia Merchant] It is ordered that DANIEL McCARTY, Esq. Admr. of the Estate of the said FRANCIS LYNCH do forthwith surrender and deliver unto the said CHRISTIAN & JOHN LYNCH all and singular what papers and writings he hath in his possession that relates to the lands of the said FRANCIS LYNCH together with what personal Estate remains in his hands over and above the disbursements and payments by the said DANIEL made of the debts due from the aforesaid FRANCIS LYNCH. GEORGE ESKRIDGE, Gent. assuming in Court to be security for the Court passing this order without further proof of the right the Peticon had thereto ordered the Testimonial aforesaid to be recorded.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA DEEDS & WILLS. No. 8. Part 1
1723-1738 {Antient Press}: pp 14-15
THIS INDENTURE made the fifth day of Aprill Anno Dmi. one thousand seven hundred & twenty three & in the Ninth year of the Reign of our Soveraign Lord George by the grace of God of Great Britain, France & Ireland, King, Defender of the faith &c., Between JOHN LYNCH of the County of ST. MARYs in the Province of MARYLAND, who is Son & Heir of STEPHEN LYNCH, who was Brother of the whole blodd & heir at law to FRANCIS LYNCH. deced., of the one part and JEREMIAH GARLAND of the Parish of Cople in the County of Westmoreland in the Colony of Virga., of the other part; Witnesseth that JOHN LYNCH in consideration of the sum of Fifteen pounds Sterl., to him in hand paid or secured to be paid by JEREMIAH GARLAND, the receipt whereof JOHN LYNCH doth hereby acknowledge, by these presents doth bargain and sell unto JEREMIAH GARLAND his heirs a certain parcell of land containing Fifty acres and which is now in the actual possession of JEREMIAH GARLAND, being the moiety of One hundred acres of land some time since in the tenour & occupation of Mr. LAWRENCE SIMMONS, deced., and by his Last Will & Testament devised equally betwixt his two Sons. WILLIAM SIMMONS & JACOB SIMMONS, to them & their heires for ever, as by the sd. Will may appear the said Fifty acres being surveyed by ALEXR: SPENCE, Gentl„ for the said JACOB SIMMONS and afterwards purchased of JACOB SIMMONS by FRANCIS LYNCH, deced and is bounded; Upon the Patent of RICHARD HOLDEN & upon the other moiety of the said one hundred acres of land so as aforesaid devised to WM. SIMMONS & upon YEOCOMOCO RIVER & POTOMACK RIVER. which being contiguous to the Point commonly called YEOCOMOCO POINT or SIMMONS POINT, scituate in the Parish of Cople & County of Westmoreland begining at a marked Locust Tree close upon YEOCOMOCO RIVER side, extending thence No. 22d. West one hundred & fourteen poles to a Stake Post or marked tree near the same. thence North seventy five degrees East thirty six poles to a marked line tree standing close upon the East side of a Pond,close adjacent to POTOMACK RIVER side, thence down the meanders of the RIVER of POTOMACK to YEOCOMOCOE POINT and thence along the meanders of YEOCOMOCOE RIVER to the aforemenconed Locust, Together with all houses fences priviledges & appurtenances to the same belonging, To have and hold the parcell or quantity of fifty acres of land &premises with appurtenances unto IEREMIAH GARLAND his heirs free and clear from all incumbrances: And JOHN LYNCH for himself his heirs the fifty acres of land & premisses to JEREMIAH GARLAND his heirs shall warrant and for ever defend against the claim of every person. In Witness whereof the parties aforesaid have hereunto sett their hands & wales the day & year first above written
Sealed & dd. in presence of
D. McCARTY, JNO: LYNCH
JNO: WARNER, JNO: FORSIGH
BARBARA FITZHUGH
Aprill ye 5th 1723 Then received of the within menconed JEREMIAH GARLAND the sum of fifteen pounds Sterling. being the consideracon within menconed, p me.
Test D. McCARTY, JNO: WARNER JNO: LYNCH
JNO: FORSIGH, BARBARA FITZHUGH
Westmoreland ss. At a Court held for the said County the 27th of May 1724
JOHN LYNCH personally acknowledged this Sale of Land from him passed to JEREMIAH GARLAND together with the receitp of consideracon money thereon endorsed to be his proper act & deed, which at the request of the said GARLAND is admitted to Record
Test THO; SORRELL, Cl.
Recordat 8th the Juny 1724
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA DEEDS & WILLS. No. 9; 1738-1744 {Antient Press}: pp 70-71
THIS INDENTURE made the 27th day of May Anno Dom: 1740 & in the 13th year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George by the grace of God of Great Brittain France and Ireland. King. Defender of the faith &c.. Between JOHN LYNCH of County of ST. MARY's in the Province of MARYLAND, who is a Son and heir of STEPHEN LYNCH. who was Brother of the whole blood & heir at Law to FRANCIS LYNCH. deced.. of one part and JEREMIAH GARLAND of Parish of Cople in the County of Westmoreland in the Colony of Virginia of other part; Witnesseth that JOHN LYNCH in consideration of the sum of £27 current money of Virginia to him in hand paid or secured W be paid by JEREMIAH GARLAND, the receipt whereof JOHN LYNCH doth hereby acknowledge. hath and by these presents doth bargain and sell unto JEREMIAH GARLAND his heirs one certain parcell of Land containing Fivety acres and which is now in the actual possession of JEREMIAH GARLAND, being the moiety of One hundred acres of land some times since in the tener and ocupation of Mr. LAURENCE SIMMONS. deced., and by his Last Will and Testament divided equally between his two Sons, WILLIAM SIMMONS and JACOB SIMMONS, to them and their heirs as by the Will may more at large appear. the Fivety acres being surveyed by ALEXANDER SPENCE, Gent., deced., for JACOB SIMMONS and afterwards purchased of JACOB SIMMONS by FRANCIS LYNCH, deced.. and is bounded upon the Pattent of RICHARD HOLDEN and upon the other moiety of the said hundred acres of land so devised to WILLIAM SIMMONS & upon YEOCOMOCO RIVER & POTOMAC RIVER which being contiguous to the Point commonly called YEOCOMOCO POINT or SIMMONS POINT. lying in Parish of Cople &County of Westmoreland. Begining at a marked Locust tree close upon YEOCOMOCO RIVER side and extending No. 22d. W 114 pc). to a Stake post or marked tree near the same. thence N. 75d. E.ly 60 poles to a marked Pine tree standing close upon the Eastward side of a Pond close adjacent to POTOMACK RIVER, thence down the meanders of the River of POTOMACK to YEOCOMOCO POINT and thence along the meanders of YEOCOMOCO RIVER to the aforementioned Locust, Together with all houses orchards and appurtenances to the same belonging; To have and to hold the Fivety acres of land and premises unto JEREMIAH GARLAND his heirs free and clear from all in cumbrances and JOHN LYNCH shall acknowledge this Deed before the worshipful) his Majesties Justices for the County aforesaid to the end the same may be entered in the Records of said County; In Witness whereof the parties afsd, have hereunto set their hands and seals the day and year first above written Signed Sealed & Delivered in the presence of
JOSEPH CARR. JAMES CARR, JOHN LYNCH
JAMES THOMAS. JUNR
May the 27th 1740. Then received of JEREMIAH GARLAND the sum of £27 current money of Virginia, being the full consideration within mentioned, I say reced p me Teste JOS. CARR, JAMES THOMAS JUNR. JOHN LYNCH
JAMES CARR
Westmoreland sct. At a Court held for the said County the 27th day of May 1740
JOHN LYNCH personally acknowledged this Deed for Land by him sold & conveyed unto JEREMIAH GARLAND. together with the receipt for consideration money thereon endorsed to be his proper act and deed. which are ordered to be recorded
Teste G. TURBERVILLE, C. C. W. 
Lynch, John (I070505)
 
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY ORDER BOOK, 1718-1721; pg 49
Westmoreland County Court 27th day of May 1719.
Upon the Peticon of CHRISTIAN LYNCH relict of STEPHEN LYNCH, decd. and JOHN LYNCH son and heir of the said STEPHEN LYNCH [which said STEPHEN LYNCH by a Testimonial under the hands and seals of the Mayor and Notary Publick of the Town and County of Gallway in the Kingdom of Ireland appeared to be brother of FRANCIS LYNCH late of the County of Westmoreland in Virginia Merchant] It is ordered that DANIEL McCARTY, Esq. Admr. of the Estate of the said FRANCIS LYNCH do forthwith surrender and deliver unto the said CHRISTIAN & JOHN LYNCH all and singular what papers and writings he hath in his possession that relates to the lands of the said FRANCIS LYNCH together with what personal Estate remains in his hands over and above the disbursements and payments by the said DANIELmade of the debts due from the aforesaid FRANCIS LYNCH. GEORGE ESKRIDGE, Gent. assuming in Court to be security for the Court passing this order without further proof of the right the Peticon had thereto ordered the Testimonial aforesaid to be recorded.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA DEEDS & WILLS. No. 9; 1738-1744 {Antient Press}: pp 70-71
THIS INDENTURE made the 27th day of May Anno Dom: 1740 & in the 13th year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George by the grace of God of Great Brittain France and Ireland. King. Defender of the faith &c.. Between JOHN LYNCH of County of ST. MARY's in the Province of MARYLAND, who is a Son and heir of STEPHEN LYNCH. who was Brother of the whole blood & heir at Law to FRANCIS LYNCH. deced.. of one part and JEREMIAH GARLAND of Parish of Cople in the County of Westmoreland in the Colony of Virginia of other part; Witnesseth that JOHN LYNCH in consideration of the sum of £27 current money of Virginia to him in hand paid or secured W be paid by JEREMIAH GARLAND, the receipt whereof JOHN LYNCH doth hereby acknowledge. hath and by these presents doth bargain and sell unto JEREMIAH GARLAND his heirs one certain parcell of Land containing Fivety acres and which is now in the actual possession of JEREMIAH GARLAND, being the moiety of One hundred acres of land some times since in the tener and ocupation of Mr. LAURENCE SIMMONS. deced., and by his Last Will and Testament divided equally between his two Sons, WILLIAM SIMMONS and JACOB SIMMONS, to them and their heirs as by the Will may more at large appear. the Fivety acres being surveyed by ALEXANDER SPENCE, Gent., deced., for JACOB SIMMONS and afterwards purchased of JACOB SIMMONS by FRANCIS LYNCH, deced.. and is bounded upon the Pattent of RICHARD HOLDEN and upon the other moiety of the said hundred acres of land so devised to WILLIAM SIMMONS & upon YEOCOMOCO RIVER & POTOMAC RIVER which being contiguous to the Point commonly called YEOCOMOCO POINT or SIMMONS POINT. lying in Parish of Cople &County of Westmoreland. Begining at a marked Locust tree close upon YEOCOMOCO RIVER side and extending No. 22d. W 114 pc). to a Stake post or marked tree near the same. thence N. 75d. E.ly 60 poles to a marked Pine tree standing close upon the Eastward side of a Pond close adjacent to POTOMACK RIVER, thence down the meanders of the River of POTOMACK to YEOCOMOCO POINT and thence along the meanders of YEOCOMOCO RIVER to the aforementioned Locust, Together with all houses orchards and appurtenances to the same belonging; To have and to hold the Fivety acres of land and premises unto JEREMIAH GARLAND his heirs free and clear from all in cumbrances and JOHN LYNCH shall acknowledge this Deed before the worshipful) his Majesties Justices for the County aforesaid to the end the same may be entered in the Records of said County; In Witness whereof the parties afsd, have hereunto set their hands and seals the day and year first above written Signed Sealed & Delivered in the presence of
JOSEPH CARR. JAMES CARR, JOHN LYNCH
JAMES THOMAS. JUNR
May the 27th 1740. Then received of JEREMIAH GARLAND the sum of £27 current money of Virginia, being the full consideration within mentioned, I say reced p me Teste JOS. CARR, JAMES THOMAS JUNR. JOHN LYNCH
JAMES CARR
Westmoreland sct. At a Court held for the said County the 27th day of May 1740
JOHN LYNCH personally acknowledged this Deed for Land by him sold & conveyed unto JEREMIAH GARLAND. together with the receipt for consideration money thereon endorsed to be his proper act and deed. which are ordered to be recorded
Teste G. TURBERVILLE, C. C. W. 
Lynch, Stephen (I070502)
 
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whose maternal line goes through the Baker, Field, Alford, Withers and Keene families. Her MtDNA1 and MtDNA2 both prove these connections

Descendants of Elizabeth Field

1 Elizabeth Field b: 1732 in Culpeper Co., VA d: Jun 1805 in Wythe Co., VA
+Thomas Alford b: 1725 in Winchester, Frederick Co., VA m: 1760 in Wythe Co., VA d: Nov 14, 1805 in Wythe County, (Montgomery County) VA
2 James Alford b: 1766 in Wythe Co., VA
2 John Alford b: Jun 01, 1768 in Wythe Co., VA d: 1851 in Montgomery Co., VA
+Elinor Hoge b: Apr 05, 1769 in Backcreek Valley, Pulaski, VA m: Oct 26, 1789 in Montgomery Co., VA d: Dec 1814 in Montgomery Co., VA
*2nd Wife of John Alford:
+Peggy Crawford b: Abt. 1768 m: Nov 03, 1815 in Giles County, VA
2 Mary Alford b: Dec 10, 1768 in Botetourt (Wythe County), VA d: Feb 22, 1824 in near Randolph Springs, Randolph Co., MO
+Charles Baker b: 1764 in VA m: Feb 10, 1786 in Montgomery County, VA d: 1835 in Randolph Co., MO
2 Thomas Alford, Jr. b: Abt. 1773 in Wythe Co., VA
+Phebe Cummings b: Abt. 1773 m: Oct 13, 1793 in Botetourte Co., VA d: Aft. 1804
2 Elizabeth Alford b: 1775 in Fincastle Co., (Wythe) VA d: 1820 in Grayson/Carroll Co., VA Burial: Baker Cemetery, Macon Co., MO
+Joseph Baker b: 1771 in Orange Co., NC m: Feb 28, 1793 in Montgomery Co., VA
2 William Alford b: 1775 in Fincastle Co., VA
+Mary Miller b: Abt. 1772 m: Abt. 1795
2 Jane Alford b: 1780 in Montgomery Co., VA
+Jeremiah Hewitt b: 1784
2 Moses Alford b: 1786 in Wythe Co., VA
+Polly Lavender b: Abt. 1801 m: Aug 26, 1821
2 Charles Alford b: in Wythe Co., VA
+Nellie Hodge
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1770-1791 Culpeper County, Virginia Wills: {Sparacio}
Will of Abraham Field of St. Mark's Parish, Culpeper Co. Dated 2 July 1774. Proven 18 Sept., 1775.
Legatees: Wife Elianah Field. Sons: John Field, Daniel Field, Henry Field, William Field, Abraham Field, Reuben Field, Abner Field (a minor). Daus.: Judith Yancey, dec'd., former wife of Capt. Richard Yancey, Elizabeth Alford, Ellenor Greenwood, Jenny Field. Grsons.: John Greenwood, Abraham Field.
Wit.: Robert Green, John Hume, Mary Green, Armistead Green, Robert Wright. 
Field, Elizabeth (I093452)
 
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Contributed by Shirley Middleton Moller
29 Aug 1768 Philip Tennally gives depo stating he is age 91. PGLR BB2:388
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TENELEY, PHILIP, SENR, Prince George's Co. 13 Nov 1772; 25 Nov 1772
To son Joseph Tenely, tracts "Tenely Chance" and "Hunters Kindness", 30 acres.
To son Benjamin Teneley, one negro, stock and tract "Radfords Chance," 70 acres, but my wife Grace Teneley to have above lands for her lifetime.
To daus. Charity Simpson, Mary Ridgaway, Sarah Williams and Anne Murphey, 1 shilling each.
To wife Grace Teneley, extx, residue of personal estate and four negroes during her lifetime then the negroes to my son Josiah Tenely.
To granddau. Vinaford Wornall, stock.
Wit: William Bayne; Thomas Burch; Robt. Wade. 39. 466
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THOMAS, ANN, Prince George's Co. 9 Jul, 1746; 21 Jul, 1746
To grandsons, WILLIAM TENALY and PHILLIP TENALY, JR, slaves.
To 2 grand-daus. SARAH BERRY and Anne BERRY, cattle.
WILLIAM FENDLY (?) (The names of Wm, and Phillip Tenaly,
probably may be meant for Fendly),
To dau, WENEFRED LOIS, my wearing apparel.
To son WILLIAM, 1 s. sterl.
To son DANIEL, same,
To dau, ELIZABETH CLENSEY, same,
To son JOHN, same,
Wit: Henry Humphrey, Hugh Humphrey, 24.501
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Hunter, William, Sr.,, Prince George"s County, 6th May, 1728; 25th June, 1728.
To wife Rebecca, personal estate during widowhood; at her marriage or death to son William and dau, Mary, wife of John Pile (Piles).
To grandson Hunter Piles and hrs., 150 A. "Huntersfield." residue to other 3 grandchild., viz. William, John and Mary Piles and their hrs. 1 A. of sd. tract where first wife (unnamed) and some child. are buried (and where testator directs that he be buried) not to be sold.
To grandson Thomas Hunter, 1s.
Exs.: Son William and Zachariah Wade.
Test: Philip Tennely, John Brawner, James Kendall. MCW 19, 425,
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Thomas Tonally 89.190 FR £184.16.6 Feb 14 1761 Oct 16 1766
Appraisers: W. Luckett, Richard Nilson.
Creditors: Robert Peter for John Glassford & Co., Ninian Beall (son of Richard
Beall .
Next of kin: Philip Tonally (father) Sarah Williams (sister),
Administratrix: Elisabeth Lofflin, wife of Richard Lofflin.
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Prince George's Land Records 1739-1743 - Liber Y - Page 353.
I, Joseph Punnitt (Ponnett) of PG, merchant, for divers good causes, give to Henry Humfrey of PG, cordwainer, part of a tract of land called RADFORDS CHANCE, lying in PG, bounded by a black oak sapling near the head of the Tobacco House Branch, the outside line of Phillip Tenaly's land, the lines of James Gibbs land joining to the tract afd, sd Henry Humfrey's land, containing about 100 acres. Signed Jul 18, 1741 - Joseph Punnitt. Wit - Tho Owen*, Jno Hawkins Jr*. Recorded Aug 1, 1741.
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1752-1757; Liber NN {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 144. At the request of Philip Tennally the following Deed was recorded June 27, 1753
Indenture made December 18, 1752; between William Torver, Bartholomew Pomeroy and Joseph Jansen all of the city of London, merchants and assignees of John Philpott late of the city, merchant of one part and Philip Tennally of PGCo, planter of the other part. Whereas Dr. Andrew Scott by his deed of mortgage did convey to George Scott for the term of said Andrew Scott's life a tract called "Speedwell" containing 138 acres. And whereas George Scott afterwards by his deed did assign and make over to John Philpott all his right title interest to the tract of land and whereas Dr. Andrew Scott afterwards by his deed released to John Philpott all the equity he has to redeem the mortgage. Now this indenture witness that William Torver, Bartholomew Pomeroy and Joseph Jansen in consideration of £25 money of Great Britain paid to Brian Philpot, Jr. of Baltimore County, Maryland their attorney and have demised and to farm let by these presents unto Philip Tennally a tract called "Speedwell" being the plantation whereon Dr. Scott lately dwell paying yearly one pepper corn if demanded. Signed William Torver, Bartholomew Pomeroy and Joseph Jansen in the presence of Matthias Harris, Robert Darnall, Alexander Williamson and acknowledged before John Hepburn
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1752-1757; Liber NN {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 206. At the request of Thomas Tennally the following Deed was recorded November 13, 1753
Indenture made October 16, 1753; Phillip Tennally, planter, out of the love and affection that he doth bear unto his son Thomas Tennally, for 5 shillings and for divers other causes and considerations him hereunto moving has given a tract called "Radford's Chance" containing 100 acres and binding on John Brawner's part of said land. Signed Phillip Tennally, in the presence of John Hepburn, John Yates and acknowledged before John Hepburn and at the same time Grace Tennally wife of Phillip Tennally relinquished her right of dower
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1789-1790; Liber II {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 348. At the request of James Hawkins the following Land Commission was recorded September 25, 1789
Memorandum that on the special petition of James Hawkins of PGCo preferred to the justices of the county on the Monday before the 2nd Tuesday in April 1788 for a land commission was issued on April 10, 1788; to Messrs Garland Callis, John Addison, Dr. William Baker and Capt. Zachariah Wade of PGCo Gentleman, whereas James Hawkins is seized of a tract called "Maddocks Folly" and preferred his petition in writing to our county court held at Upper Marlborough Town for a commission to examine evidence to prove and perpetuate the memory of the bounds of the said tract 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 tract. Witness David Craufurd, Gentleman, April 9, 1788, issued April 10, 1788, John Read Magruder, clerk
In pursuance of a commission to examine evidences to prove the bounds of "Maddocks Folly"we met June 21, 1788 at the remains of a hickory stump where a stone is now fixed on the east side of Henson Branch and opposite the low grounds.
John Frederick Augustus Priggs aged about 61 years deposeth that in the beginning of 1760, Col. John Addison, deceased, employed him to survey "Maddocks Folly" and brought him to a bounded hickory tree where he now stands who told him it was the beginning tree and ran the first line from it. We then proceeded to a stone near a small branch
John Frederick Augustus Priggs deposeth that about 29-30 years ago he had a land warrant to execute for Philip Tennerly, deceased who brought him to this stone where then stood a white oak stump who told him it was the 2nd bound tree of "Maddocks Folly" and Col. John Addison told him the same
William Bayne aged 59 years, sayeth that about 20 odd years ago he was working with Charles Fenley near Henson Branch who pointed to a hickory and said William Norris told him it was one of Addison bound trees and since then informed it was the beginning tree of "Maddocks Folly" and further saith that about 1722, he was overseer for Col. Addison and in clearing a piece of graound he saw a middle sized dogwood tree blazed who told him it was a boundary and the said dogwood stood near where a stone is now planted as the end of the first line of "Maddocks Folly" 
Tenaly, Philip (I007876)
 
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Montgomery County Land Records, 1777-1781; Liber A1, Page 619. Mar 28, 1781 from John Ridgway of M, to Thomas Johns of M, for 400 £ all that part of a tract of land called Dan, lying in M, bounded by Edward Tucker's part of Dan, containing about 150 acres. Signed - John (X his mark) Ridgway. Wit - AEns Campbell*, Rich u Smith*. Mary, wife of the sd John Ridgway, relinquished her right of dower to the within mentioned land. Recorded Apr 2, 1781. 
Tenaly, Mary (I039776)
 
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Montgomery County Land Records, 1777-1781; Liber A1, Page 619. Mar 28, 1781 from John Ridgway of M, to Thomas Johns of M, for 400 £ all that part of a tract of land called Dan, lying in M, bounded by Edward Tucker's part of Dan, containing about 150 acres. Signed - John (X his mark) Ridgway. Wit - AEns Campbell*, Rich u Smith*. Mary, wife of the sd John Ridgway, relinquished her right of dower to the within mentioned land. Recorded Apr 2, 1781. 
Ridgway, John (I039777)
 
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TENNLEY, GRACE, Prince George's Co. 14 Nov. 1775 8 Jan. 1776
Tenneley/Tenaley/Tennely
To dau. Ann Murphy, wearing apparel, saddle.
To daus: Mary Ridgway, Mary Ridgway, Charity Simpson, 1 shilling each.
To son Benjamin Tennely, 1 shilling.
To grandson Philip Tenaley, son of my son Josias Tenaley, bed, rug, blanket.
To Grace Tenaley, dau. of my son Josias Teneley, bed, rug, blanket.
To son Josias Tenaley, ex, residue of estate.
Wit: Susannah Fry; Thomas Sherewood; Robt. Wade, Sr. 40. 465
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Thomas, Daniel, Sr., Prince George's County, 2nd June, 1741; 21st Sept., 1742.
To wife Ann, estate on which she now lives apart from testator,
To sons William, Daniel and John and daus. Grace Turnely and Winifred Lewis, and to child. of dau. Anne Berry, deceased, 1s. each.
To dau. Elizabeth Clancy, extx., residue of estate.
Test: Benj. Johnson, Stephen Gordon. MCW 22,505.
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THOMAS, ANN, Prince George's Co. 9 Jul, 1746; 21 Jul, 1746
To grandsons, WILLIAM TENALY and PHILLIP TENALY, JR, slaves.
To 2 grand-daus. SARAH BERRY and Anne BERRY, cattle.
WILLIAM FENDLY (?) (The names of Wm, and Phillip Tenaly,
probably may be meant for Fendly),
To dau, WENEFRED LOIS, my wearing apparel.
To son WILLIAM, 1 s. sterl.
To son DANIEL, same,
To dau, ELIZABETH CLENSEY, same,
To son JOHN, same,
Wit: Henry Humphrey, Hugh Humphrey, 24.501
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TENELEY, PHILIP, SENR, Prince George's Co. 13 Nov 1772; 25 Nov 1772
To son Joseph Tenely, tracts "Tenely Chance" and "Hunters Kindness", 30 acres.
To son Benjamin Teneley, one negro, stock and tract"Radfords Chance," 70 acres, but my wife Grace Teneley to have above lands for her lifetime.
To daus. Charity Simpson, Mary Ridgaway, Sarah Williams and Anne Murphey, 1 shilling each.
To wife Grace Teneley, extx, residue of personal estate and four negroes during her lifetime then the negroes to my son Josiah Tenely.
To granddau. Vinaford Wornall, stock.
Wit: William Bayne; Thomas Burch; Robt. Wade. 39. 466
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1752-1757; Liber NN {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 206. At the request of Thomas Tennally the following Deed was recorded November 13, 1753
Indenture made October 16, 1753; Phillip Tennally, planter, out of the love and affection that he doth bear unto his son Thomas Tennally, for 5 shillings and for divers other causes and considerations him hereunto moving has given a tract called "Radford's Chance" containing 100 acres and binding on John Brawner's part of said land. Signed Phillip Tennally, in the presence of John Hepburn, John Yates and acknowledged before John Hepburn and at the same time Grace Tennally wife of Phillip Tennally relinquished her right of dower 
Thomas, Grace (I017262)
 
76946 this line researched by Kevin Daniel who started the Daniel DNA Project in 2002 to begin sorting out the various Daniel families in colonial America. I also started a separate sub-project of the DNA project to sort out the line of William Daniel of Essex and Caroline Counties. Both projects are linked from my web site, www.kevindaniel.com.

No one can prove descent from Hugh Daniel, but there is nothing to suggest he is related to James Daniel of Essex or William Daniel of Middlesex. There is quite a bit of circumstantial evidence to suggest he was the grandfather of William Daniel of Caroline, but I have spent a lot of time looking at records in Old Rappahannock, Essex and Richmond Counties and cannot prove or disprove a connection. W. B. Newman, Ruth and Sam Sparacio and other researchers have made the leap to conclude that Hugh was the ancestor of William of Caroline, but none have cited proof or made a reasoned argument to support that connection. I can make a reasoned argument for that connection which stops short of making that conclusion with confidence. I can say, though, Hugh Daniell was not related to any of the other major Daniel lines of Colonial Virginia. I wrote a paper on this if you are interested
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p. 73 - Ralph RUTTUR, will; [31] Dec 1711, 2 Apr 1712
fr. William DANIELE of St. Anne's Par., carpenter, land in Essex Co. which I bought of Richard DAVISON containing 100 ac.; servant and shipmate John GEORGE; no ex; wits: Joneth. GIBSON, Robert PAYNE, Susan MILLER.
P. 79 - Ralph [RUTTER], inv; 7 May 1712.
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1712-1713 Richmond Co VA Order Book 6; Antient Press: (Page 10)
Richmond County Court 2d of April 1712
- The Last Will and Testament of RALPH RUTTER being this day presented to this Court by WILLIAM DANIELL, Executr. therein named for proofe, and the Executr: having taken the Oath by Law appointed, the Will was proved by the Oaths of JONATHAN GIBSON and SIMON MILLER and order for Probate granted thereon
- JOHN SOMERVILE, SIMON MILLER, WILLIAM MILLER and CORNELIOUS REYNOLDS or any three of them are appointed sometime betweene this and the next Court to inventory and appraise all and singular the Estate of RALPH RUTTER, deceased, as shall be presented to their view and make report of their proceedings therein to the next Court under their hands in writing. Mr. JONATHAN GIBSON or any other Justice of the Peace for this County is requested to administer
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1706-1718 Essex Co VA Deed Will Book
Pages 109-10. 18, Nov, 1717, Edward Booker of Gloucester County to Richard Booker of Essex County For 1200 pounds of tobacco.
Tract upon the head of Porttobacco swam[p], itt being all the land that Edward. Booker have in Essex County.
Edwd Booker-
Wit: Thomas Shortt, Willm. Danniell, Wm. loury
19 Nov, 1717. acknowledged by Edward Booker.
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1717-1722 Essex Co VA Deed Will Book
Page 159. 16 Feb. 1719/20. William Daniel of Essex County unto my son in law James Lindsey.
116 acres on Pumansend Swamp granted by deed to William Daniel from William Berry.
William (W) Daniel
Wit: Rich Booker, Edmd, Booker.
16 Feb. 1719 [1720]. Acknowledge by Wm. Daniel..
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1717-1722 Essex Co VA Deed Book 16; Antient Press: Pages 173-74
14 May 1720 Joseph Berry of Stafford County to William Dannill of St. Anne's Parish Essex County, For 37.10 sterling 250 acres, part of a devidend containing 4763 acres, formerly granted to Enoch Doudy situate in theCounty of King and Queen corner to Thomas Jackson in the line Of Wm Berry ... corner trees to Honour Powell ... to the main swamp of Tuckahow
Joseph Berry
Catherine Berry
Wit: James Lindsey, Thomas Jackson,
17Mary1720 Acknowledged by Joseph Berry
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1718-1721 Essex County Deed Book No. 16; {John Frederick Dorman}:
Pages 75-77.
1721, Aug 21 Joseph Berry of Stafford to William Daniel of Essex .. 300 acs .. corner to James Lindsey & Mr Larrance Taliaferro thence West along sd Taliaferro's line to Mr William Beverley thence South to .. Thomas Jackson, thence along said Jackson's line East to James Lindsey … wit: Thomas (T) Jackson [Essex Deeds p. 75-77]
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1717-1722 Essex Co VA Deed Book 16; Antient Press: (Page 173-4)
Pages 173-74.-14 May 1720 Joseph Berry of Stafford County to William Dannill of St. Anne's Parish Essex County, For 37.10 sterling 250 acres, part of a devidend containing 4763 acres, formerly granted to Enoch Doudy situate in theCounty of King and Queen corner to Thomas Jackson in the line Of Wm Berry ... corner trees to Honour Powell ... to the main swamp of Tuckahow
Joseph Berry
Catherine Berry
Wit: James Lindsey, Thomas Jackson,
17Mary1720 Acknowledged by Joseph Berry
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1717-1721 Essex County Virginia Deed Book 17; {Antient Press}: Page 77
Stafford County KNOW ALL BY these presents that I CATHERINE BERRY now Wife of JOSEPH BERRY doe by virtue of these presents Ordain WILLIAM PICKET of Essex County my lawfull Attorney in my name to acknowledge & relinquish my right of Dower to & out of 550 acres of land in King & Queen County to WILLIAM DANIELL of Essex County & that I doe so freely & without compultion. In Witness I have set my hand & seal the 19th day of July 1722
Witness JAMES LINDSEY, Catherine Berry
THOMAS JACKSON
At a Court held for Essex on ye 21 day of Augt 1722 This Power of Attorney admitted to record
THIS INDENTURE made the Eighteenth day of July 1722 Between JOSEPH BERRY of Stafford County planter of one part & WILLM. DANIELL of Essex County Planter Witnesseth that said Joseph Berry for sum Fifty pounds to him already paid doth hereby sell unto the said William Daniell his heirs forever 300 acres of land being part of a tract of land containing 4000 acres which Pattent was formerly granted to ENOCH DOUDY lying in king & Queen County and bounded Beginning at a small black oak corner tree to JAMES LINDSEY & Mr. LARRANCE TALI AFERRO thence West along the said Taliaferros line to a white oak standing in line of Mr. WILLIAM BEVERLEY thence South along said Beaverlys line to a hickory corner tree to THOMAS JACKSON thence along said Jacksons line East to a red oak Corner tree to James Lindsey thence along Lindseys line North to the Beginning
Presence of JAMES LINDSEY, Joseph Berry
THOMAS JACKSON Catharine Berry
Willm Daniel
At a Court held for Essex County the 21 day of August 1722
Joseph Berry & Katherine Berry by WILLIAM PICKET her Attorney acknowledg'd their Deed of land to William Daniell which is admitted to record.
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1724-1728 Essex County Virginia Deed Book 18; {Antient Press}: Page 228-229
THIS INDENTURE made the Eighteenth day of October 1726 Between JOSEPH BERRY of Stafford County of one part & JAMES LINDSEY of County of Essex Witnesseth that said Joseph Berry for sum of twenty two pounds Ten shillings Sterling money of great Brivaine by ye said James Lindsay in hand pay'd the said Joseph Berry by these presents doth confirm unto the said James Lindsey a parcell of land being in King & Queen County on or near the head of a Swamp called Beverleys Runn bounded as followeth Begining at a red oak standing in Mr. LAWRENCE TALIAFERROs line thence with the same binding thereon West 106 poles to a black oak corner to WILLIAM DANIELs land thence with the said Daniels line South 226 poles to angle of a white oak and hickory corner to the said William Daniel thence East 106 poles to a red oak corner to the said Daniel thence North 226 poles to the abovementioned begining containing the just Quantity of 130 acres the said land being formerly granted & sold by said Joseph Berry to the said James Lindsey by Deeds bearing date the 17th day of May 1720 & the said James Lindsey not likeing the then made title path now renewed the same and also that the said Joseph Berry his heirs will acknowledge this Deed in Essex County Court & his Wife KATHERINE there relinquish her right of Dower in the premises to James Lindsey his heirs
In presence of EDWARD WALKER, Joseph Berry
JOSEPH CALLOWAY, JOHN VAWTER
At Court held for Essex County the 18th day of October 1726
This Deed of Land indented is admitted to record
Be it remembered that on the 18th day of October 1726 full & peaceable possession was given & delivered by Joseph Berry to James Lindsey by turf & Twig according to the intent of the Indenture within written in the presence of WILLIAM DANIEL, EDWARD
WALKER JOSEPH CALLOWAY.
Acknowledged in Essex County Court the 18th day of October 1726 & ordered to be recorded. 
Daniel, William (I090252)
 
76947 this line researched by Kevin King

tree: kwillking_1 
King, Joseph Morgan (I004432)
 
76948 this line researched by Kevin King

tree: kwillking_1 
King, Henry (I026473)
 
76949 This line researched by Leigh Taylor
not proved to these parents .... circumstantial
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William Tarlton Taylor died February 6, 1811 in Fauquier Co. VA. His estate was apprised March 26, 1811 showing value of $4,288.59. (Fauquier Co. WB 5,p 196-198)

=== Linda Reno
There’s a whole group of researchers, all descendants of William Tarlton Taylor, who’ve been searching for his parents for years. They have been in contact with me from time to time. He was born in SMC in 1759 according to his Rev. War pension (He enlisted in VA). My latest theory is that his parents were from SMC but moved to Loudoun or Fauquier County, VA before the war. 
Taylor, William Tarlton (I118593)
 
76950 this marriage has no supporting documents to proof there was a Mary Neale Family F40319
 

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