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

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77101 Winifred Hurst?
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1713-1749 Wills-Admin Northumberland Co Va, (Lewis & Booker): Page 190
Gaskins Isaac, will, probated 18 June 1735, by Winnifred Gaskins the executrix 
Gaskins, Winifred MNU (I118035)
 
77102 Winifred's daughter, Rebecca who m. Thomas Locker, had a daughter named Mary Anne Speak Locker, b. Nov. 22, 1785 in St. John's Parish.
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Folio 504 ELIZABETH LOCKER 06/11/1802 06/29.1802
being . -but of a weak & low state of health ..."
Bequeaths to:
l. Barbara Locker --granddaughter (commonly called "Babby Locker")
-to have cow and calf, I dutch oven, 2 pots, chest and all contents, and the bed and furn., on which "I now live
-named executrix of the will
Witnesses; R. H. Courts
Solomon Lanham
Thomas Locker (mark)
Then came: Dr. Richard Courts
Note: the testatrix signed the will with her mark 
Locker, Thomas (I020716)
 
77103 Winnifred Waller was born ABT 1705 in Westmoreland Co. VA, and died 6 Oct 1751 in Vineyard Farm, Tilltham Mill, Old Church, Clarke Co. VA. She married Guillame de Calmes II 1725 in Williamsburg, Virginia, son of Marquis de Calmes and Isabelle Elliche. He was born 1705 in Stafford Co. VA, and died 10 May 1755 in Stafford Co. VA.
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http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=notiones&id=I439
Calmes Notes, Vol. IV, Issue I, January 1995]
The Old Chapel [picture] in Millwood, Clark County, Virginia, where the gravestone of Winnifred Waller Calmes is located. The stone was moved from "The Vineyard" Plantation in 1859. The inscription of the graveston no longer is readable. From early records, however, we know it reads:
Here lies the body of Winnifred, the wife of Major Marquis Calmes.
They were joined in wedlock 26 years and had six children.
She was a loving, virtuous and industrious wife, a tender mother, and kind mistress.
She departed this life October 6, 1751 Anno Domini.

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She is supposed to have been the daughter of John Waller III of Westmoreland County, son of John Waller II and wife, Dorothy King, who was the son of John Waller I, the immigrant. (Virginia Genealogies, 1891, William & Mary Quarterly, Volume 5 Number 3,
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Thomas H. Pope, a descendant of William B. Calmes of Newberry, South Carolina, and a person who has done much research, writes that Winnifred Waller was the daughter of William Waller, Jr., and that land owned by William Waller, Sr., was adjacent to land granted to Marquis Calmes by Lord Fairfax. Mr. Pope also writes, "Proceedings resulting in the grant of 400 acres to William Waller were commenced after the deaths father, William Waller, Sr., and of one Gerrard Master, an alien, to whome had been granted 800 acres on July 2, 1699. (Patent Book 5, page 237, Cavliers and Pioneers, Nell Marion Nugent, Volume 2, 1666-1695, page 60). William Waller, Sr., died before the land could be divided. When Masters died, title to the entire tract was in him. As an alien, his land would ascheat to the Colongy. William Waller, Jr., and Richard Fassaker therefore petitioned and were granted 400 acres each." (Northern Neck Land Grants, 1694-1742, page 6, page 237, Grant Book 2, page 67). 
Waller, Winifred (I038544)
 
77104 WINNIFRED WHEELER (1663- ) married twice
Winnifred Wheeler was born 13 March 1663 in Charles County, Maryland, the daughter of John and Mary ( ) Wheeler.
She married John Speake. abt August 11, 1685 because of the deed from her father.
On 11 August 1685, John Wheeler for natural love and affection he hath towards his daughter, Winnifred, the wife of John Speaks, deeds to the said John Speake a tract of land called Plymouth, in Charles County, Maryland, containing 350 acres, standing by a fork of Piscataway Creek.
When Prince George's County, Maryland was formed, that tract became part of the new county as the following deed indicates: "4 Dec. 1722 John Speake and Winnifred his wife, and John Speake, Jr. for 20 pounds sterling and 450 pounds of tobacco, sell to John Cade, a parcel of land called Plymouth, in Prince George's County, containing 140 acres, originally patented to John Wheeler, 14 June 1675." They had at least one child:
John Speakes, Jr.

Winnifred Wheeler was born 13 Mar 1663 in Charles County, Maryland , and died 1725-1730 in Charles County, Maryland . She was the daughter of 2. John Wheeler and 3. Mary Causine. She married John Speake Bef 11 Aug 1685 in Charles County, Maryland , son of Thomas Speake and Elizabeth Bowling. He was born 1665 in Saint Mary's County, Maryland Formed 1637 Created As Original Colony, and died Bef 1 Jan 1732 in Charles County, Maryland .

Children of Winnifred Wheeler and John Speake are:

i. John Speake was born Abt 1685 in Charles County, Maryland , and died 1775 in Charles County, Maryland . He married Elizabeth Wade. She was born Abt 1698 in Charles County, Maryland .

ii. James Speake was born Abt 1691 in Charles County, Maryland , and died Abt 1692.

iii. Thomas Speake was born Abt 1693 in Charles County, Maryland , and died 1767 in Charles County, Maryland . He married Jane Maddox Abt 1707 in Charles County, Maryland . She was born Abt 1693, and died in Charles County, Maryland .

iv. Richard Speak was born 1698 in Charles County, Maryland , and died 1749 in Charles County, Maryland . He married Theodosia Wade Abt 1718 in Charles County, Maryland . She was born Abt 1700 in Charles County, Maryland , and died Apr 1758 in Charles County, Maryland .

v. Jane Speake was born Abt 1700 in Charles County, Maryland . She married Edward Maddox Abt 1723 in Charles County, Maryland . He was born 1691 in Charles County, Maryland , and died 1771.

Charles County Circuit Court, Birth, Deaths & Marriage Records, Liber Q
Wheeler, Winifrid, d/o John and Mary Wheeler, b. Mar 1663
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber L, Page 178
I1 Aug 1685; Indenture from Jno. Wheeler, Gent., to Jim. Speaks and Winifred his wife, d/o Jno. Wheeler; a parcel of land called Phmoth on a fresh of the Piscataway River; containing 350 acres; /s/ Jno. Wheeler (mark); wit. Ignatius Causcene, Wm. Barton
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber M, Page 32
10 Nov 1685; Indenture from John Wheeler, Gent., to John Speake; for a quantity of tobacco and love of his natural dau. Winnifred; a parcel of and called Plymouth; containing 350 acres; near fresh of the Piscataway; /s/ John Wheeler (mark); wit. Wm. Thompson, Sam'll Cooksey, Tho. Sympson, Jr.
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Charles County Maryland Circuit Court Records, Liber H#2, Page 400
1 Nov 1720; Recorded at request of Richard Speake, planter:
28 Nov 1720; Indenture from John Speake, Gent., and Winnifred his wife, to Richard Speake, s/o sd. John and Winifred; for love of their son; part of a parcel called Reserve in the woods at Chingamuxon; containing 210 acres; /s/ John Speake, Winnifred Speake (mark); wit. Thomas Stone, Gustavous Browne, Jno. Manning; 28 Nov 1720 ack. by John Speake and his wife Winifred
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Charles County Maryland Circuit Court Records, Liber H#2, Page 402
1 Dec 1720; recorded at request of Thomas Speake, planter:
28 Nov 1720; Indenture from John Speake, Gent., and Winnifred his wife, to Thomas Speake; for love of their son; part of a parcel called Reserve; containing 143 acres; /s/ John Speake, Winnifred Speake (mark); wit. Thomas Stone, Gustavous Browne, Jno. Manning; 28 Nov 1720 ack. by John Speake and his wife Winifred
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Charles County, Maryland Liber L#2, Page 261.
At the request of John Parnham of CC, the following deed was recorded this Mar 23,: 1725.
Mar 9, 1725 from John Speak Sr of Chandler Town in CC, innholder, to John Parham of CC, for 40 £ sterling and for divers other good causes, 2 lots in Chandler Town in CC, and taken up by John Speak Sr afd, bounded by stake #34, containing and laid out for 1 acre 3 rood and 8 perches, asby certificate and plat of Mr. John Manning's survey. Signed - John Speake. Wit - Jon Fendall*, Robt Hanson*. Winifred, wife of John Speak Sr, relinquished her right of dower in and to the within mentioned 2 lots.
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Prince George's Land Records 1726-1730 - Liber M, Page 352
Enrolled at request of Thomas Owen 11 Jan 1728:
Indenture, 11 Jan 1728; Between John Speake, Jr., of Charles County, planter, and Thomas Owen, planter, and Elizabeth his wife (lately relict of John Cade, millwright) of the one part and Robert Cade, minor son of John Cade; John Speake, Jr. with his father John Speake, Sr., of Charles County, innholder, and Winifred his wife, mother of sd. John, Jr., sold on 4 Dec 1722 to John Cade a parcel being part of a tract called Plymouth near the main fresh of Piscataway; originally patented for John Wheeler 14 Jun 1675; bounded by Joseph Newton; containing 140 acres; /s/ John Speake; wit. Jose. Belt, Edw. Sprigg; 11 Jan 1728 ack. by John Speake and Elizabeth his wife
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Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 346
Enrolled at request of Joseph Newton 25 Aug 1731:
Indenture, 8 Jun 1731; Between John Speake, Jr., planter and Joseph Newton, merchant; John Speake, Jr. together with his father John Speake, Sr. of Charles County, innholder, and Winifred his wife, did by deed dated 24 Nov 1718 convey to Joseph Newton a tract called Plymouth near the main fresh of Piscataway originally patented John Wheeler 14 Jun 1675; containing 210 acres; whereas it was found that the tract of land was not the absolute right of the grantors; that John Wheeler, father of sd. Winifred, had by deed of gift 11 Aug 1685 to Winifred wife of John Speake; if they shd. die before they reach the age to possess the land, it was to return to the possession of John Wheeler; whereas John Speake, Jr., eldest son of sd. John Speake and Winnifred his wife petitioned the General Assembly of Maryland at Annapolis Tues 5 Oct 1725 setting forth the bargain and sale to John Cade of one part of sd. tract called Plymouth and the other part to Joseph Newton; declaring intention to settle other lands in Charles Co. of equal or greater value; this indenture for 5s unto Joseph Newton a tract called Plimouth; /s/ John Speake, Jr.; wit. Geo. Dent, Ed. Anderson; 8 Jun 1731; ack. by John Speak and Elizabeth his wife
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Charles County Court Records, November 1741 Court, Liber T#2, Page 292
The Justices here do describe the following main Roads, and do appoint the several persons hereafter named overseers of sd Roads for the ensuing year according to the several precincts and divisions following, viz -
The main Road from the head of Portobacco to Mattawoman Swamp, and from the head of Portobacco to the main Run by Semmes' and from Cap: Samuel Hanson's into the main Road below the widow Speaks', and the road that strikes out of Piscataway Road by David Southland's to Richard Wheelers Mill, and Annapolis Road from old Pomfret Race 'til it falls into the Road that leads from Portobacco to the Huckleberry branch, and the road that strikes out of Piscataway Road near old Pomfret Race and leads to Mattawoman near the plantation of Thomas Plunket, decd. Charles Neale & Jacob Clements, Overseer: 
Wheeler, Winifred (I002273)
 
77105 WINSTON, John & Elizabeth NOBLE, 16 Oct. 1806 [bond is dated 17 Oct.], m by GH, b Washington Berry, Campbell Co., KY Family F04453
 
77106 wit on hugh french 1740 will Benson, John (I084298)
 
77107 With but one husband, Dr. William Skinner, the story of Elizabeth Mackall should be a decidedly easier tale to tell. It is, of course, not without some confusion. Louis C. Mackall notes the marriage of Elizabeth to a Wm. Skinner but goes no further.

Elise Greenup Jourdan in Early Families of Soutern Maryland, vol. 2 with her attention directed to the Skinner Family states that Dr. William Skinner married Elizabeth Mackall, lived at The Reserve, and had the following children: Martha, William, James. Leonard, John, Joseph, Mary, Elizabeth. No other wives are inferred for Dr. Skinner.

Mildred Bowen O'Brien in her booklet, Mackall also gives us the marriage to Dr. Skinner; however, lists the children as: James, Mary, William, Elizabeth. Conservatively, I have listed only the children that Jourdan and Bowen show in common
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Mackall, Mary, Calvert Co., 25th Jan., 1715; 15th May, 1718.
To son John and his wife, Susannah.; son James and his wife, Ann; daus. Ann and Elizabeth Skinner, personalty.
To Mary (dau. of James Mackall) and Mary (dau. of Wm. Skinner), £3 and personalty each at 21 yrs. or marriage.
To Ann (dau. of Robt. Skinner), personalty.
Son Benjamin ex. and residuary legatee.
Test: Jonathan Cay, Tho. Howe. 14. 657
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Mrs. Mary Mackall 1.90 CA £77.13.0 Jun 11 1718
Appraisers: Thomas Howe, Samuell Abbott.
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Mrs. Mary Mackall 1.293 A CA £77.3.0 £38.14.2 Jul 30 1718
Received from: Col. Mackall.
Payments to: Mr. Thomas Howe, Mr. Nathaniel Dare, Mr. Joseph Sympson.
Legatees: Col. John Mackall and his wife Susanna Mackall, Mr. James Mackall and his wife Ann Mackall, Ann Skinner (daughter), Elisabeth Skinner (daughter), Mary Mackall (daughter of James Mackall), Anne Skinner (daughter of Robert Skinner), Mary Skinner (daughter of William Skinner).
Executor: Mr. Benjamin Mackall.
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Prince George's County Land Records, Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 1; Indenture, 12 Aug 1702
From: William Skinner, planter of Calvert County and wife Elizabeth
To: Ignatius Craycroft, merchant of Prince George's County
189 acres called Hatchett in Prince George's County on the west bank of the Patuxent River sold for 94L/10s; bounded by Brooke Creek Manor and land laid out for Corneilius Canedy
Signed: William Skinner and Elizabeth Skinner (mark)
Witnessed: Thomas Hollyday, Robert Bradly, and Clark Skinner
Memorandum: 12 Aug 1702 Elizabeth Skinner, wife of William, examined by Thomas Hollyday and Rob't Bradly
Alienation: 13 Aug 1702 from Ignatius Crraycroft the sum of 7s/6p
Recorded: 11 Sep 1702 
Mackall, Elizabeth (I003349)
 
77108 with Durrett Lampard providing surety [Durrett is Durrett Lanford, husband of Jane's sister, Ester Bush] Family F21534
 
77109 with the Thomas Turner of King George records, James could be a son of his

the Lightfoots were of Essex/Caroline and lived across the river from Thomas Turner.

In 1765 James Turner and wife Kerenhappuck sold their dwelling and former residence with 100 acres of land to William Lightfoot. This was described as the land Isaac Norman gave James Turner, 1733, on his marriage to Isaac's daughter, Kerenhappuck. According to their descendants, they moved to Halifax County, Virginia
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The following research by:
Gwen Boyer Bjorkman
gwenbj@seanet dot com

CANNOT PROVE THIS CONNECTION!! (We have a DNA match, but we cannot prove the parents of James and William Turner.)
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Name: Gail R. Blancett
Email: grblancett@gforcecable.com
Note:
I seriously doubt any connection between James Turner (spouse Kerenhappuch Norman) and the Col. Thomas Turner family of King George Co. despite the geographic proximity of where the families resided at different times there in VA. We have documented the DNA signature in our Turner DNA Project (under Family Tree DNA Company) a descendant of Col. Thomas Turner (with a superb pedigree) and it does not match that of the James Turner and Kerenhappuch Norman Turner descendants.
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Bennie Lou Hook Altom)
1728 King George
1731 Spotsylvania
1735 Orange
1747 Prince William
1751 King George poll list
1759 Fauquier
1761 Culpeper
1766 Halifax
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1728 - Isaac Norman, of St. George's Par., & James Turner, of King Geo. Co.; 634 acs. (N. L.), Spotsyl. County, in St. George's Par; in the gr. forke of Rappahannock River; adj. Thomas Stonehouse & Thomas Farmer; 28 Sept. 1728 [Cavaliers & Pioneers, Patent Book 13, p. 301, (Nugent), Vol. III, 1695 - 1732, Virginia State Library, Richmond, Virginia, 1979, p. 346].
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1731 - Spotsylvania County VA, Isaac Norman and James Turner "of St. George Parish, County VA, to Robert King, for 3200 lbs. Tobacco and 11 shillings currency, 634 acres in St. George Parish 2 February 1731 [Virginia County Records, Vol. I, Spotsylvania County,
1721 - 1800, W.A. Crozier, Gen. Pub. County, Baltimore County, Maryland, 1978, Deed Book B, 1729 - 1734, p. 115].
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5 Sep 1732 Spotsylvania County VA County Court Orders Page 149
JAMES TURNER v. Robert King for 830 and 255 costs executed one of several executions returned by the Sheriff. [Sparacio]
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1733 - Spotsylvania County, Isaac Norman discharged from Constable,
James Turner is appointed in his place. 2 Oct 1733 [Virginia County Court Records, Order Book Abstracts, Spotsylvania County, Virginia 1732 - 1734, (Sparacio) 1991, P. 91.]
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1734 - Spotsylvania County, Isaac Norman to "James Turner, my son-in-law, planter, and Kerenhappuch Turner, my daughter of ye said county," 100 acres in Spotsylvania County, 30 Jan 1733/4 [Virginia County Records, Vol. I, Deed Book "C," Spotsylvania County 1721 - 1800, (Crozier), Gen. Pub. Co. Inc., Baltimore County, Maryland 1971, P. 182].
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2 April 1734 Spotslyvania County VA County Court Orders Page 297 On petition of JAMES TURNER to have his Constable?s precinct divided, it being too large & c., is granted. [Order Book Abstracts, Spotsylvania CoVA (1734-1735) Ruth & Sam Sparacio, 1991, Antient Press.]
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1736 - Orange County VA, ordered that James Turner, Nathanel Hillen, Isaac Norman and John Roberts, appraise the estate of Jacob Wall [Orange Co VA Order Book One, Barbara Vines Little, 1990, P. 91].
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26 March 1744 Prince William County VA Will Book C Pages 452-453 Bond on JAMES TURNER, John Garner, Vincent Garner unto Benjamin Grayson, John Wright, Joseph Blackwell, and John Frogg, Gent. Justices. For 50 pound. JAMES TURNER, administrator of JOHN CHILTON. [Dorman]
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10 Nov 1744 King George County VA Inventories & Appraisements Page 316 Inventory and appraisement of estate of JAMES JONES, deceased from Prince William County items valued and totaled includes Negro man, three women and three girls.. a servant man with 17 months to serve..appraisers JOHN GARNER, THOS. WELCH, JAMES TURNER sworn before JOHN WRIGHT.
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Orange Co, Virginia DB 9: 214-215, 228 22 Aug & 22 Nov 1744 James Turner wit to deeds
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25 Sep 1747 Prince William County VA Deed Book Page 74-75 Indenture between Peter Hedgeman of Stafford County VA and JAMES TURNER of Prince William County VA 200 acres on east side of fork of Rappahannock River "lease for three lives" of JAMES TURNER, his son JAMES TURNER, and daughter MARY TURNER. Signed Peter Hedgeman, JAMES TURNER. Witnesses Richard Young, James Grimsley, EDWARD TURNER.
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Orange Co, Virginia DB 11:55-58 Indenture 26 May 1748 between Isaac Norman of Orange County, Planter, and James Turner, son in law of Prince William Co ... grants 100 acres land lying on south side of Thorough Fare Mountain, joining land of Joseph Norman.
24 May 1748 he gave half of his personal estate to his wife Frances Norman and half to his son in law James Turner. [Deed Abstracts of Orange County, Virginia, Orange County Deed Book 11, Part I, (Sparacio) 1985, P. 94
23 May 1748 Isaac Norman to James Turner, son in law of Prince William Co. 24 acres land in Orange County where he now liveth
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Orange Co, Virginia DB 11: 73-74 26 Jun 1748 James Turner, Parish of Hamilton, County of Prince William, Planter, and Joseph Norman of St. Mark's Parish, Orange County, Planter ... grants 24 acres .. land and plantation whereon Joseph Norman's father, Isaac Norman now liveth .. Flatt River .. land conveyed by Isaac Norman to James Turner by deed
26 May last past .. Provided .. it is covenanted between James Turner and Joseph Norman in consideration of the love they bear unto Frances Norman, wife of Isaac Norman, mother of Joseph Norman, and mother in law of James Turner, that she shall have title during her natural life. Recd. 28 Jul 1748.
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22 April 1751 Culpeper County VA Deed Books Page 307
Robert Froggit of St. Mark's Parish, Culpeper County, Blacksmith, to JAMES TURNER, of Hamilton Parish, Prince William County, Planter. Mortgage to secure 24 pounds current money to be paid within six months after date hereof. One full set blacksmith's tools, some iron, steel, one bed and furniture, one chest, and all my crop of tobacco hanging, and striped in my tobacco house. Also five hoggs marked with a crop, and three slits in one ear, and underkeel, and overkeel in other ear. One black horse, branded on rear buttock WE. One bridle, and one saddle. Signed Robert ? Froggit Witness: JAMES SMITH, SARAH SMITH, MARY TURNER.
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Poll List Recorded 10 January 1751
King George County VA - Deed Book 4
[Sparacio: Deed Abs of King George County VA, P. 23-24.]
Numerical List: JAMES TURNER 106; JAMES COURTNEY 107
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24 Jun 1752 James Turner & Care his Wife Against James Grimsley Trespass on the Case
The suit is Dismissed the parties being agreed.
Ruth & Sam Sparacio, Order Book Abstracts of Prince William County, Virginia (1752-1753,) (McLean, Virginia:1988) pp. 4, 19, 27, 42, 43, 49, 74-75, 80, 85, 112, 117
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3 July 1754 Prince William County VA Order Book, Page 125
Joshua Jones having attended two days as evidence for EDWARD TURNER at the suit of SAMUEL MOORE; Robert Duncan having attended two days (same suit); JAMES TURNER [SR] having attended two days (same suit); JAMES TURNER, JUNR, having attended two days (same suit)…[Sparacio] See also 7 Oct 1724 entry regarding TURNER / MOORE.
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24 September 1754 Prince William County VA Order Book Page 143
Stephen McCormack Plaintiff, JAMES TURNER, defendant, on petition suit is continued between the parties until next court. Thomas Davis, Philip Waterfield, EDWARD TURNER, JANE TURNER, WILLIAM TURNER, SARAH TURNER, Witnesses for said Stephen. [Sparacio]
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17 Nov 1756 Culpeper County VA Deed Book C Pages 4-10
Robert King of Culpeper County, planter, and Mary his wife to John Thomas of same. 83 acres being part of tract formerly purchased by King of Isaac Norman and JAMES TURNER by deeds of lease and release acknowledged in the County of Spotsylvania by Norman and Turner 2 Feb. 1730 which is part whereon William Hensley now lives..corner to Thomas Turner.. in Jones' line.
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1759 Fauquier Co VA Tithables. Thos. Marshall's List p.4 col.1 [accn #24569]
Henry Bramlett 1
Hedgman's Quarter }
Steven McCormack & negroes } 12
William Turner }
Alexr Turner } 3
Edwd Turner }
James Turner 1
Thomas McClanaham }
3 slaves } 4
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Ruth & Sam Sparacio, Minute Book Abstracts of Fauquier County, Virginia (1762-1763), (McLean, Virginia:1993) p. 122 TURNER, James 41, 43, 46, 102.
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18 Jun 1761 Culpeper County VA Deed Book Pages 505-509
Conrad Kabler of St. Mark's Parish, Culpeper County, planter, and Joan his wife to JAMES TURNER of same, planter, for seven pounds current money, 9-3/4 acres in Great Fork of Rappahannock River, south side of Mount Poney, part of tract formerly granted to Adam Yeager, conveyed to Frederick Kabler, 25 Nov 1746. For 200 acres and by deed of gift.
Acknowledged by Frederick Kabler, to his son Conrad, 21 May 1761. On a branch, being lower corner to land of Jacob Miller, in line of Yeager (now Kabler). Signed Conrad Kabler, Joan (X) Kabler. Witnessed: Richard Young, Surety, Henry Field, Jr.
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18 Sep 1765 Culpeper County VA Deed Book Pages 32-38 JAMES TURNER of St. Mark's Parish, Culpeper County, planter, and Caronhappock his wife, to Samuel Stigler of Bromswick Parish, King George County VA, planter. Lease and release, for 120 pounds current money, 400 acres line of a patent granted to John Gordon, former corner to Jacob Miller, in Conrit Kabler's side of Mount Poney, along side of mountain, in a line of John Spotswood, Esq. To John Asher's now Benjamin Martain's. Also 9-3/4 acres which JAMES TURNER purchased of Conrit Kabler, and Joan his wife, by deed 18 June 1761. Signed: JAMES TURNER, CARONHAPPOCK (X) TURNER. Witnesses: Richard Young,
Joseph Amiss. Caranhappock was first privily examined.
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17 Oct 1765 Culpeper County VA Deed Book -Page 64-65
Bond on JAMES TURNER and Kerenhappuck Turner, his wife of Culpeper County, to William Lightfoot of same. For 500 pounds current money.
To convey the dwelling house and plantation of his former residence together with 100 acres adjoining to the plantation of LIGHTFOOT which Isaac Norman gave unto TURNER on the marriage of his daughter Kerenhappuck NORMAN for the consideration of fifty pistoles current money. JAMES TURNER and KERENHAPPUCK TURNER.
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16 June 1766
Halifax County VA
Deed Book 6, Page 65
John Owen of Halifax County, Yoeman, and Betty his wife, to JAMES TURNER of Culpeper County, Virginia, Planter. For 130 pounds, 400 acres part of Nicholise order of Council, which was conveyed to said Owen.
Beginning at a Black Jack, thence north crossing Courthouse Road, further crossing race paths, and crossing the old road leading to Mann's. All houses, buildings, and gardens. Signed: John Owen, Betty (X) Owen.
Witnesses: Joseph Robards, Ambrose Nicholise, Abraham LeGrand, Joshua Stone Jr., Christopher Kabler, Jesse Nicholise.
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16 May 1771
Halifax County VA
Deed Book , Page 206
JAMES TURNER, SR. of Halifax to Thomas Hope of Halifax, 68 acres being part of tract where Turner now lives, in fork of road just above Turner's plantation on branches of Difficult Creek, bounded by Hope, & Turner.
Signed: James Turner.
Witness: Francis Watlington, John
Orril Tunstall, Samuel Wimbish.
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[See also: (1) Halifax CoVA Deed Book 13, Page 95, 20 Sept. 1784,
Wm. Thompson To John Coleman 244 acres "east side of Piney Branch" of Difficult Creek bounded by Kerenhappuch Turner; (2) Halifax VA Deeds, 1795, James Turner conveyed land on Difficult Creek adjoining Wattlington, witnesses: Joseph Sandford, Mary Morehead; and (3) Halifax VA Map, 1859, Ludwig Bucholtz, Virginia Library and Archives.]
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Title: Halifax County VA Deeds, WILL BOOK 1, 1773/1783.
Page: p. 45 Text: The following is dated 21 July, 1773:
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"Being low in body but in perfect memory.
To my loving wife during her widowhood four Negroes, Daniel, Sancho, Jeany and Milly, also 2 feather beds & furniture, and one horse called Lightfoot, one mare called Flye, and four trunks, 3 iron pots, 1 frying pan, 2 dishes, 12 pewter plates, 6 basins, 6 cows, and 8 sheep. Also 100 acres of land, also 1 doz. of the choice of my hogs.
To my son JAMES after my wife's marriage or decease the above 4 Negroes, 1 large iron pot called consion (sic) and the choice of one of my best shirts.
To my son-in-law, JAMES SMITH all my wearing cloaths.
I give the rest or residue of my estate of what soever to be sold and equally divided amongst my children.
Exr. Son JAMES TURNER and my wife KIPPERHAPON TURNER.
21 July, 1773 S/JAMES TURNER.
Witness: Thomas Hope, William Drake, Abraham LeGrand. Nathaniel Terry, Gent. Sec." (Bennie Altom)
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20 Oct 1774 Halifax County VA Inventory & Appraisement Page 97
JAMES TURNER, total 438.17.1; Extr. Kerranhappuck Turner, James Turner [II]. [Chiarito and Prendergast]
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JAMES TURNER SR. b.approx.1690-1705?; d. 1773.
JAMES TURNER, JR. b.c1740, d.1809. 
Turner, James (I031102)
 
77110 Wither (Whitter), William, planter, Port Tobacco Parish, Charles County, 5th Dec., 1736; 24th Jan., 1736,
To wife Ann, extx., entire estate.
Test: Thomas Gilpen (Gilpin), William Gilpen (Gilpin), MCW 21.730.
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Isaac Gilpin 24.473 CH £11.7.0 Mar 7 1739
Appraisers: Francis Ware, John Chandler.
Creditors: Gustavus Brown, Ann Whitter.
Next of kin: William Gilpin, Thomas Gilpin.
Administratrix: Eleanor Gilpin 
Gilpin, William (I013709)
 
77111 witness Charles Clements Will July 2, 1755
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Prince George's Land Records 1739-1743-Liber Y - Page 47.
Jun 27, 1739 from John Hearbin of Charles County, planter, and William Hearben (Harben), his brother, of PG, planter, to John Macklean Jr of PG, planter, for 9 £ sterling and for other good causes, all that tract of land lying upon Goose Cr in PG, being part of a tract of land called The Gleaning, containing and now laid out for about 100 acres. Signed - John Hearben, William Hearben. Wit - Joseph Peach, James Wilson, Thos Gordon, Thos Cramphin. This deed was acknowledged by John Hearben & William Hearben, and also Ann, the wife of sd John, & Elizabeth, wife of the sd Willm, before Tumor Wootton* and Thos Gantt Jr*. Recorded Jun 27, 1739.
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Prince George's Land Records 1739-1743 - Liber Y - Page 79. Lease. Aug 28, 1739 from Charles Carroll of the City of Annapolis, Esq, to William Harbin of PG, planter, the lease of a tract of land called Out Lett, lying in PG, bounded by the line of Mr. Clement Hills Manor, containing about 47 acres, during the terrn of 21 years from today, paying yearly on each Mar 25 to sd Carroll, 400 lbs of clean, merchantable tobacco, to be delivered at the Landing of the Eastern Branch of Potowmack. Harbin may not sell or destroy timber, nor apply any but to the necessary repairs and use of the dernised premises. Harbin may not have more hands to work the premises than himself, his wife, and children, and if his children are unacceptable to work, then only to take in one able hand. Within 3 years, Harbin will plant 150 apple trees in a regular orchard, each tree being distant at least 30 feet, and sd trees to be kept in good order and fenced. In the case of nonperformance, Harbin will pay Carroll 6 £ s erling. Harbin will keep the houses apd plantation in tenantable repair. Signed Charles Carroll. Wit - Danl Carroll, Arch( Edmonston. This deed was acknowledged before Turnor Wootton* and Willm Smith*. Recorded Aug 29, 1739.
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Harbin (Harben), William, yeoman, Prince George County, 25th March, 1733; 14th May, 1733,
To son John and hrs., 1/6 pt (50 A.) "The Gleaning"' on Goose Ck.
To 2nd son William and hrs., 3rd son Elisha and hrs., 4th son James and hrs.., 5th son Joshua and hrs., 6th and last son Edward Willias Harben and hrs, each 50 A. of afsd. tract.; shd. any die without issue survivors to divide portion of dec'd.
To 6 sons afsd. and 3 daus. (unnamed) residue of personalty.
To wife Mary extx. use of dwelling plantation during life. Testator directs that he be buried at the Church as near as possible to his Pew.
Test: John Allison, Anne Young, John Flint. 20.672.
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Thomas Willson 23.37 A PG £152.16.4 £79.5.2 Dec 2 1746
Received from: John Crampkin, Andrew Cottrill, Benjamin Cox, John Adams, Thomas Matthews, John Johnson, Joseph Gold, William Halling, William Williams, Mark Whitiaker, William Marshall, Robert Masters, William Harbin, John Ridgeway, Thomas Gittings, Nathan Magruder, Samuel Grigg, Nathan Hays, Alexander Duvall, Joseph Wilson.
Payments to: John Cramphin, Kenneday Farrell, Thomas Waring, Robert Masters, Cole & Mattingly, Capt. John Gardiner, Humphrey Hazeldine, David Griffith (of Virginia), Thomas Cramphin, Matthew Hopkins, Edward Traford, Esq. (merchant in Liverpoole), Christopher Lowndes & Co., Christopher Lowndes, William Beall, Jr., Lord Baltimore, Mrs. Mary Carroll per Charles Carroll, Esq.
Executrix: Pricilla Willson.
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Wm. II, 6/20/1717; died 1792 in Elbert, Ga. , Married Elizabeth___ abt. 1737, Prince George Cnty, Md.
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Charles County Land Records 1790-1792; Liber K#4; Page 222. Bill of sale. I, William Harbin of CC, for 1755 lbs of tobacco and 5 £ 11 shillings and 2 pence, have sold to John Cartwright Waters, 1 cow and yearling, 1 sow and 7 pigs, 3 barrow hogs, 1 feather bed & furniture, 1 chest, 1 table, 1 woollen wheel, 2 iron pots, 1 frying pan, 5 pewter plates, 2 dishes, 1 basin, 8 barrels Indian corn, & 200 lbs of bacon. Signed Feb 10, 1791 - William (+ his mark) Harbin. Wit - Alexr McPherson*, Recorded Feb 11, 1791.
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Fairfax Co Va Deeds Liber C; pp 155-156
Indenture 24th March 1751 between LEWIS ELLZEY of Fairfax County, Gent., and WILLIAM HARBEN of same, Planter .. in consideration of rents.. farm let .. land lying on west side of Kitocton Mountain containing 159 acres .. during natural lives of William Harbin, his wife Elizabeth and his son John Harben .. paying yearly five hundred and thirty pounds of Crop Tobacco to be paid at a convenient Warehouse .. each 10th day of May ..
No witnesses shown. Lewis Ellzey
Lease recorded 26th March 1751. William Harben 
Harbin, William (I015236)
 
77112 witness in john marshall s/o robert marshall will 1810
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Charles County Maryland Will Book HB-14, 1817-1825; {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 36.
Stephen Latimer Jr., Will, August 17, 1815; September 19, 1818
I, Stephen Latimer Jr., of CC, being in perfect health mind and memory;
To relation Joseph King, 1 horse, saddle and bridle, value of 150 dollars and 500 dollars cash also a home on my possession I now owneth so long as he may think proper.
To servant Juliet, a mulatter girl shall be free at 21 yrs.
To wife Hannah Elizabeth all my land I now possess with all my personal estate during her life and after to be equally divided between my three daughters, Ann Elizabeth, Louisa and Sarah Rebekah.
Executrix: wife Hannah Elizabeth Latimer
Signed: August 17, 1815 Stephen Latimer Jr.
Oath that will was in deceased handwritting: Aquila Bateman, John M. Brown
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Charles County Land Records 1782-1786; Liber Z#3; Page 150. Deed of Gift, recorded at the request of Cagey Latimer.
I, Cagey {Cagey) Latimer of CC, widow of Benjamin Latimer, late of CC, decd, for the natural love that I have for my children, James, Mary, grace, Clement Theobalds, and Stephen, give them, after my death, my thirds of the estate of the afd Benjamin Latimer, decd, to be divided among my sd children after my death, and after the youngest of them shall arrive at full age, in the following manner, to wit, to my son James, 1 horse, saddle & bridle of the value of 25 £, and the rest of the thirds afd to be equally divided among my other 4 children, Mary, Grace, Clement Theobalds, and Stephen, or the survivors of them, after my death, and after the youngest of them shall arrive at full age. Signed Jun 18, 1785 - Cagey Latimer. Wit - none. Acknowledged before CC JP W,H. Jenifer. Recorded Jun la, 1785.
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Contributed by Shirley Middleton Moller

Charles Co., Land Record IB8:41
Recorded 12 Apr 1808
Indenture 31 Mar 1808
Ann Cottrell of Charles Co., MD and Stephen Latimer Senior nephew of Ann Cottrell
Two certain tracts parts of tracts or parcel of Land being in Charles Co
one called and known by the name of Pope containing two hundred acres
the other called and known by the name of Long Acre adjoining to the sd tract of Land calle Pope containing twelve acres and twenty preches of Land
also sundry negroes horses cattle and other personal property
for and in consideration of the premises and in consideration of the further sum of five shillings current money of Maryland
Ann her mark Cottrell
in presence of B. Contee, Robert Crain
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Charles County Maryland Will Book HBBH-13, 1808-1817; {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 57.
John Marshall (of Robert), Will, April 2, 1808; February 13, 1810
I, John Marshall of Robert, of CC, being engaged at present in the service of my country and not knowing what might happen whilst employed on a distant service;
To Aunt Elizabeth Latimer and Aunt Eleanor Brown, the 100 pounds left me by my grandfather John Marshall dec'd.
To sister Eleanor S. Marshall, all the rest and residue of my estate both real and personal, but in case she should die without heir, then to my brother James E. Marshall's children.
Executor: Uncle Philip Marshall
Signed: April 2, 1808 Jno. Marshall
Wit: Stephen Latimer Sr., Elizabeth Hanson
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 300-91: LONG ACRE: 40 acres; Possession of - 40 Acres - Kirkley, Christopher : Surveyed 5 Oct 1684 for Christopher Kirkley.: Conveyance notes - 20 Acres ; Richard Marshall from William Vincent, 24 March 1739., 16 Acres ; William Robinson from Richard Marshall, 8 June 1748,,

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contributed by Suzy Parker

An interesting bit of Latimer history that I have that likely pertains to the Latimer etc search?

This is from my FTM and research when I found the material in the file cabinet at the MD Archives in 2004;
[Compilers note: Stephen Latimer is said "traditionally" to have gone to York County, SC.
"There has been no proof or information on Stephen in York County, SC. Available Deed Indexes and Cemetery Records on York County, SC have been reviewed. He is mentioned in the Abbeville County, SC Equity Suit filed in regard to Robert Elgin's handling of the Benjamin Latimer Estate in Abbeville County, SC in 1808 and as heir in papers relating to his father Benjamin's death in Maryland. The Maryland records below would appear to concern Stephen and would indicate that "if" he came to SC, he later returned to Charles County, Maryland and may have died there ca 1818.] These records further doc. the fact that his mother was likely

2004 Hall of Records, Maryland: File Cabinet #3 Cards.
Stephen Latimer, "A1 # 10 pp. 134, 175, 176, 183, 184, 225. This would appear to be the estate of Benjamin Latimer, his father, who died in 1785.

In 1808, there are two deeds concerning Stephen Latimer, Sr. and [his aunt/ or relative] Ann Cottrell. The second appears the same as the first, but is attested at the time of origin. These records concern Pope which originally belonged to Elizabeth Burford Cottrell, the mother of Hannah Cottrell Latimer. They are the great grandmother and grandmother of Stephen Latimer. Pope is mentioned in the will of James Cottrell as his wife was Elizabeth Burford the daughter of Thomas Burford. It is thought that her mother might be of the surname "Pope." [See both the Cottrell and Burford Chapters for the previous deed history and mention of Pope.] [Pope was in possession of Thomas Cottrell, the brother of Stephen Latimer's mother, in 1759. Thomas had a son Burford who died in 1808. His wife was named Ann/Anne--could she be the Ann in the following deeds?]

[Stephen Latimer: Benjamin and Louisa Archajah Latimer had a son Stephen, who had a nephew Stephen b. 1804. They are the only Stephen Latimer's known other than the mysterious undocumented Stephen that is supposed to have been the progenitor of this line of Lattimer.
Ann Cottrell [1]: James and Elizabet Burford Cottrell had a daughter Ann who m. 1st 1722/23 John Philpot 1692-1746; 2nd, in 1747 as his 2nd wife, Benjamin Douglas d. 1772; and 3rd a ____ Phillips. Is this the Ann Cottrell in these records? She was Stephen Latimer's grandmother's sister, thus his Great Aunt or is this Ann [2] the widow of Thomas the son of Burford Cottrell?. Material exists that has a date of death of 1808 for Ann, but the documentation has not been located by this compiler. Are the following deeds which are essentially a gift in anticipation of Ann's death? She would have been quite elderly if Ann [1] . She had children according to published sources; what happened to them? If Ann [2] the wife of Thomas--were there no descendants?]

1800 Census of Charles County, Maryland:
"FREE WHITE MALES FREE WHITE FEMALES ALL
10 16 26 10 16 26 other
HEAD OF HOUSEHOLD to to to to 45 to to to to 45 free Township or
PG# LN# LAST NAME FIRST NAME 10 16 26 45 up 10 16 26 45 up Persons Slaves Remarks Division
100 7 Cotrell Ann . . 1 . . . . . . 1 . 18 William and Mary Parish." [Heritage Quest 563 written on the right side. Burford Cottrel is on 559 in this on line material. There are no Cottrell listed in 1790 or 1810.]

Land Records Liber BGS 1B, 2,3, Jst: B. 75 C: B 84 C.
B. 75 C. pp. 41-44, "At he request of Stephen Latimer the following Deed was Recorded this 12th day of April Ano Domini 1808 This Indenture made the first day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand and eight between Ann Cottrell of Charles County in the State of Maryland of the one part and Stephen Latimer Senior nephew of the said Ann Cottrell of the County and State of Maryland.... for the consideration of the sum of five shillings current money of the State of Maryland to the said Ann Cottrell in hand paid by the said Stephen Latimer Senior ... land where on the said Ann Cottrell now resides called the name of Pope containing two hundred acres the other known by the name of long acres adjoining the said tract of land called Pope containing twelve acres and twenty perches of land more or less also all and singular the negroes herein after named to wit, and also sundry negroes, horse, Tom aged about 38, Poter aged about twenty eight, Luke aged about twenty four years, Henry aged about 20 years Richard aged eighteen and a negro lad named Tom aged about sixteen years, Joseph aged about fifteen years, a negro girl named Rachael about fourteen years and a negro boy George about ten years, negro boy named Humphrey about 8 years also all of the horses cattle sheep hogs poultry household and kitchen furniture carpenters tools and implements of husbandry now belong to and in the possession of her the said Ann Cottrell together with all and singular the houses buildings advantages emoluments hereditaments and appurtenances what so to the said tracts parts of tracts of parcels of Land and possessions here in mentioned or here by intended to be granted and confirmed ...

Ann Cottrell her mark.

Witness: B. Contre Robert Crain."

B. 84 C pp. 521-527, Almost identical wording as Liber BGS 1B, 2,3, Jst: B. 75 C: B 84 C.
B. 75 C. pp. 41-44 above, but attested by "Ben Douglas, Robert Crain" in a separate document. [Electronic Images]

Land measure:
"1 Perch = 25 links
1 Perch = 1 pole
1 Perch = 1 rod
1 Perch = 16.5 feet
1 Pole = 16.5 feet
1 Pole = 1 perch."

CHARLES COUNTY GENTRY, Newman, Harry Wright, p. 154, Robert Elden Deed 1 Dec. 1816, Witnesses Horatio Clagett and Stephen Latimer. {I do not have this deed--am not sure if would help anything!}

"1810 Census St Marys Parish, Charles County, Maryland.
FREE WHITE MALES |FREE WHITE FEMALES |ALL | |
| | 10 16 26 | 10 16 26 |OTHER | |
|Head of Household |to to to to 45 |to to to to 45 |FREE | |
PG-LN |LAST NAME FIRST NAME |10 16 26 44 up |10 16 26 45 up |PERSONS|SLAVES|REMARKS

95-23 Latimer Stephan . . 1 1 . 1 . 1 . . . 26 --- " [115:321 on Heritage Quest]

"2004 Hall of RecordsMaryland: File Cabinet #3 Cards. The estate of Stephen Latimer.
Acct & Inventories Liber 1818 - 1822,
pp. 36, 37. [Will of Steven Latimer, October term 1818]
pp. 52, 53, 54. [Inventory of 14 October 1818]
p. 33, [Final Account, December 1820]. [Electronic Images]."

???? What happened to this land on Stephen Latimer's death? What happened to his family? He is supposed to have m.Hannah Elizabeth King dtr of Joseph King & Rebecca Latimer-who was his aunt. 3 dtrs. Ann Elizabeth, Sarah Rebecca, Loisa Latimer. This is as far as I have gotten on this Stephen Latimer.

Do you have any information on any of this? [See # 3 which has ? & info on Burford.]
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Latimer, Stephen (I086107)
 
77113 witness in Levi Jenkins 11/26/1787 will - probate
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Sep. 4, 1764 - John Smith Suit, son of Nathaniel Suit and Mary Burch, b. Sep. 4, 1764 at King George's Parish, Prince George's County, Md.
Source: Brown, Helen W., "Prince George's County, Maryland, Indexes of Church Registers, 1686-1885," Vol. 1, p. 67.

1776 Census of St. John's and Prince George's Parishes, Prince George's County, Md.,
son [John Smith Suit], age 13
Source: Brumbaugh, Gaius M., "Maryland Records, Colonial, Revolutonary, County and Church, from Original Sources," Vol. 1, p. 32.

Nov. 28, 1784 - John Smith Suit m. Eleanor Scissell/Seissell in Prince George's County, Md.
Sources: (1) Brumbaugh, Gaius M., "Maryland Records, Colonial, Revolutionary, County and Church, from Original Sources," Vol. 1, p. 156, and (2) Brown, Helen W., "Index of Marriage Licenses, Prince George's County, Maryland, 1777-1886," p. 206.

Nov. 1787 - John Smith Suit witnesses the Prince George's County, Md. will of Levi Jenkins.
Source: Prince George's County, Md. Wills, Liber T No. 1, p. 256.

1790 - John Smith Suit is in the 1790 Census of Prince George's County, Md., as follows: 1-2-2-0-1.
Source: 1790 Census of Maryland, p. 97.

Apr. 28, 1792 - Mary Suit, dau. of John Smith Suit and Eleanor Suit is b. Apr. 28, 1792 at King George's Parish, Prince George's Co., Md.
Source: Brown, Helen W., "Prince George's County, Maryland, Indexes of Church Registers, 1686-1885," Vol. 1, p. 67.

May 20, 1805 - Ellen Sute, dau. of John and Eleanor Suit, b. May 20, 1805, bapt. Mar. 23, 1806 at King George's Parish, Prince George's Co., Md.
Source: Brown, Helen W., "Prince George's County, Maryland, Indexes of Church Registers, 1686-1885," Vol. 1, p. 148.

1798 - John S. Suit is in the 1798 Federal Direct Tax List of Prince George's County, Md.

1810 - Mary Suit is in the 1810 Census of New Scotland, Ocean and Bladensburgh Hundreds, Prince George's Co., Md., as follows: 00100-00201-00.
Comment: Mary is next to her son John Smith Suit in this Census which is not in alphabetical order.

1810 - Smith Suit is in the 1810 Census of New Scotland, Ocean and Bladensburgh Hundreds, Prince George's Co., Md., as follows: 31201-10201-00.

1814 - Private John Suit served in the Company of Capt. Joseph Isaac in the Prince George's Co., Md. Militia during the War of 1812.
Source: Wright, F. Edward, "Maryland Militia, War of 1812," Volume 6, Prince George's County, p. 19.
Comment: John L. Suit is also in this Company. 
Suit, John Smith (I059092)
 
77114 witness in Margaret Lang, Anne Arundel County, MD 1754 Will
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PGCo Land Records Liber I, - Folio 672 • Deed of Gift, 25 Aug 1725; enrolled 25 Aug 1725
From: Archibald Edmonton
To: Hugh Conn, James Stoddard, James Beall, John Beall, John Jackson, William Beall, Ninian Beall, William Tanyhill and their successors
A parcel of land called Gores or The Meadows lying on the east side of the Eastern Branch of the Potomac in Prince George's county; containing 1 acre; for the building of a meeting house for the Presbyterian Congregation
/s/ Archibald Edmonston (seal)
Wit: Joe. Belt, Thomas Sprigg
Acknowledged by Archibald Edmonston; no wife's endorsement
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PGCo Land Records Liber I, - Folio 673 • Deed of Gift, 5 Aug 1725; enrolled 25 Aug 1725
From: John Bell, planter of Prince George's County
To: Agnes Jackson, his daughter-in-law (step-daughter)
A parcel of land called Beall's Seat in Prince George's County; located on a branch of the Eastern Branch of the Potomac; containing 100 acres
/s/ John Bell (seal)
Wit William Beall, Richard Daintery
Acknowledged by John Bell; no wife's endorsement
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Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 89
Enrolled at request of William John Jackson 27 Aug 1730:
From John Bell, planter, for love and respect to son-in-law William John Jackson and 20s; a parcel called Bell's Tract being part of Resurvey of James and Mary on the Eastern Branch of the Potomac; bounded by Paint Branch; laid out for 54 acres; /s/ John Bell; wit. Ralph Crabb, Day. Craufurd; 27 Aug 1730 ack. by John Bell 
Jackson, William John (I044585)
 
77115 witness on ralph faulkner conveyances

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1738-1740 Prince William Co VA Deed D; Pages 136-141.
May 25, 1739. John Wood of Parish of Port Tobacco in Charles Co., Maryland, Yeoman to Ralph Falkner of same, Gent .... for 50 lbs. gold .... 800 a. called Walker Town in Parish of Hamilton .... being part of a patent for 2,960 gr. to Henry Walker and afterwards renew'd. by John Wood grandfather to the aforesd. John Wood on March 13, 1695 ... 400 a. being conveyed from John Wood grandfather unto John Wood the father of aforesd. John Wood yeoman by deed of gift dated Dec. 11, 1705 recorded in Stafford Ct. 10 April 1706 .... the other moiety of 800 a. being remainder of all the lands in the patent ... deeds of lease and release.
John Wood
Wits: Geo. Brent, Chas Ewell, Thos. Robinson, Hugh Adie.
Rec'd. of Ralph Falkner sum of 50 Ibs.
At Court May 28, 1739 John Wood Acknowledged this release with the receit endorsed.
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1738-1740 Prince William Co VA Deed D; Pages 336-341.
Oct. 19, 1739. Ralph Falkner of Parish of Port Tabacco Charles Co., Maryland to Charles Ewell of Parish of Hamilton Pro Wm .... for 77? Ibs.curr. money .... two tracts .... containing 800 a ... called Walkers Town in Hamilton Parish... Falkner bought of Jno. Wood May 26th last and recorded in Pro Wm, ... being part of pattent of 2960 a. gr. to Henry Walker and afterwards renewed by John Wood the gr.father to of aforesd. John Wood in the Proprietors Office on March
13, 1695 ... 695 a. was conveyed from John Wood the gr.father unto John Wood the father of aforesd. John Wood by deed of gift recorded in Stafford Co. April 10, 1706 ... standing on Henry Walkers line ... deeds of lease and release.
Williams, John
Ralph Falkner
Wits: Jno. Savage, Hugh Adie, Wm. Rookard, Wm. Dennis.
At Court Feb. 24, 1739 this release was proved by oaths of wits.
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1738-1740 Prince William Co VA Deed D; Pages 341-342. Ralph Falkner of Parish of Port Tobacco Charles Co., Maryland am bound unto Charles Ewell of Parish of Hamilton Pro Wm. in
sum of 80 lbs. curro money ... dated Oct. 20, 1739.
The condition of the above obligation is such that if the sd. Charles Ewell shall loose the 200 a. lying next Powels Run being half of deedof gift conveyed from John Wood to his son John Wood dated Dec. 11,1704, being a part of lands conveyed by sd. Falkner unto Ewell by deeds of indenture, that then the sd. Falkner shall repay to sd. Ewell 40 lbs. curro money and so in proportion for any loss quanitity of the sd. 200 a. that shall be recovered by any person from sd.
Ewell, except such as is now claimed by John Tayloe Esq. that then this obligation to be void, otherwise to be in full force.
Ralph Falkner
Wits: Jno. Savage, Hugh Adie, Wm. Rookard, Wm. Williams, John Dennis.
At Court Feb. 25, 1739 this bond was proved by oaths of wits.
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Prince William Co VA Bond Book 1732-1847
June 24th 1754 (1-10)
Know all Men by these Presents, that We Margaret Marshall, Simon Luttrell, Isaac Farrow and William Rookard are held and firmly bound to Thomas Harrison, Richard Blackburn, John Wright and John Crumpe Gent.
Justices of the Court of Prince William County, now sitting, in the sum of five hundred pounds current money, To the Payment whereof well and truly to be made to the said Justices, and their Successors, we bind ourselves, and each of us, our and each of our Heirs, Executors and Administrators, jointly and severally, firmly by these Presents. Sealed with our Seals, this twenty fourth day of June in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and fifty four and in the XXVIII Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord GEORGE, the Second.
The Condition of this Obligation is such, That if the above bound Margaret Marshall administrix of the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of Robert Marshall deceased, do make, or cause to be made, a true and perfect Inventory of all and singular the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, which have, or shall come to the Hands, Possession, or Knowledge of her the said Margaret Marshall or into the Hands and Possession of any other Person or Persons for her and the same so made, do exhibit or cause to be exhibited into the County Court of Prince William as such Time as she shall be thereunto required by the said Court, and the same Goods, Chattels, and Credits, and all other the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, at the Time of his Death which at any Time after, shall come to the Hands, or Possession of the said Mary or into the Hands, or Possession of any other Person or Persons for her do well and truly administer according to Law: And further do make a just and true Account of her Actings and Doings therein, when thereto required by the said Court, and all the Rest and Residue of the said Goods, Chattels, and Credits, which shall be found remaining upon the said Administrators Account, the same being first examined and allowed by the Justices of the Court for the Time being, shall deliver and pay unto such Person or Persons respectively; as the said Justices by their Order or Judgment shall direct, pursuant to the Laws in that Case made and provided and if it shall hereafter appear, that any Last Will and Testament was made by the said Deceased, and the Executor or Executors therein named, do exhibit the same into the said Court, making Request to have it allowed and approved accordingly, if the said Margaret Marshall being thereunto required, do render and deliver up her Letters of Administration, Approbation of such Testament being first had and made in the said Court: Then this Obligation to be void and of none Effect, or else to remain in full Force and Virtue.
Sealed, and delivered, in presence of the Court
Margaret Marshall SEAL
Simon Luttrell SEAL
Isaac Farrow SEAL
William Rookard SEAL
Margaret Marshall, Simon Luttrell, Isaac Farrow and William Rookard acknowledged the within bond as
their acts and deeds in Prince William County Court the 24th day of June 1754 and was then recorded.
Teste - John Graham, Clerk 
Rookwood, William {land records} (I063172)
 
77116 witness to Jane Doyne 1766 inventory d/o Robert Doyne d 1760
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Charles County Land Records 1775-1782; Liber V#3; Page 519. Feb 20, 1781 from Matthias Byrn and Martha Byrn (formerly Martha Clarvoe, cousin and devisee of Henry Clarvoe) , his wife, to Richard Brandt of CC, for 27,000 lbs of crop tobacco, and for docking, barring, and destroying, 1 all estates tail in possession, remainder or reversion, to the land herein after mentioned, and for transferring and settling the same to sd Richard Brandt, they, sd Matthias Brn and Martha, his wife, sell to sd Richard Brandt, one undivided moiety or half part of a tract of land in CC called Market. Overton, bounded by a fork of Pomonkey Branch, containing and now laid out for about 300 acres. Signed - Matthias Byrn, Martha (X her mark) Byrn. Wit - Aens Campbell, Richd Smith. Acknowledged before sd Aeneas Campbell and Richard Smith, Gentlemen, who are as certified to by Brooke Beall, Clk of Montgomery County Court, JPs in Montgomery County. Recorded Mar 22, 1781,
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Charles County Maryland Will Book AL-12, 1801-1808, {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 493.
Richard Brandt, Will, September 5, 1807; January 19, 1808
I, Richard Brandt of CC, of sound mind and memory;
My first will and desire is that my Eldest son Richard Brooke Brandt should take charge of my three last children.
To two youngest daughters Elizabeth Lucy Ann {Brandt} and Mary Kitty Brandt (when of age), negroes Sofa and Nella. Also 14 blue winzer chairs, 2 tent bedsteads, 2 beds with necessary furniture and 2 borows [sic].
To my youngest son Richard {Brandt} part of the land I bought of Matthias Byrn and wife, "Market Overton", beginning at a bounded white oak standing on a fork of Pomonkey branch, thence southeast until the surveyor gits opposite to a stake and stone that I had placed by Caleb Vernon and in the presence of serveral other men. Then cross the land I bought of John Dun and Thomas Munroe to a marked Hart cherritree, {several more courses} to the first course of my eldest son's land named Richard Brooke {Brandt}, to a marked sweek gum tree, thence cross the land I bought of William Tyler to a marked oak near the main road that leadeth from Piscataway to Pomonkey warehouse, to him the northeast part of the land I bought of William Tyler, adjoining the land given to my eldest son Richard B. Brandt, and between the land I bought of Matthias Byrn and wife and said main road. Also all the plate now in my house that is marked with the capital letters of his name, one black walnut bedstead and furniture, 1 large and small table, 6 red winzor chairs painted red, 1 desk and side board, and 3 cows and calves.
To my eldest daughter Ann B. Dent during her life, the use and benefit of two parcels of land that I bought of John Dun and Thomas Monroe that lays southeastward of the abovementioned land to my youngest son and the use of negroes Stephen also called Big Stephen and his wife Hannah. And after her death to her daughters Elizabeth Margaret {Dent} and Mary Ann Dent.
To two nephews Notley and Richard L. Brandt, 100 dollars each within the year they are of age.
To eldest son Richard Brooke Brandt, all the different tracts and parcels of land I now posess in Pomonkey Neck, called "Greenwigh", "Brandt's Addition", and "Holly and Gordon Disappointed" and likewise part of three parcels being in a large tract of land called "Market Overton" in the first course which was the dividing line between Mary McPherson and William Tyler. Also 4 negroes that are brothers; Charles, Billy, Little Stephen, and Harry. Also the the residue of my moveable property
Executor: son Richard Brooke Brandt and nephew Willson Smoot.
Signed: September 5, 1807 Richard Brandt
Wit: Caleb Vernon, Henry Thompson 
Byrne, Matthias (I059050)
 
77117 witness to John Ralls will, 1762 so had to be 16yrs old then.
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=brendablack&id= I07497
URL title: Black - Howe Family
Name: Cuthbert Combs
Birth: ABT 1757 in Prince William or Stafford Co, VA
Death: 25 JUN 1815 in Clark Co, KY
Note:
http://www.combs-families.org/combs/families/c-cut1.htm
Cuthbert Combs, Sr. (John, Joseph), born bef 1750, Prince William or Stafford Co, VA; died 25 Jun 1815, Clark Co, KY; married bef 1770, probably in Stafford Co, VA, Sarah "Sally" EVANS, b 12 Jul 1752, probably Virginia; died 20 Jul 1816, Clark Co, KY.

Cuthbert's parents, John Combs, Sr. and Seth BULLITT, are documented by the 1785 Stafford Co, VA will of his father, John, and his own 1814 Clark Co, KY will. (See also Combs-Bullitt Connections). His age is based on his having been 20+ years when he married. His birth location is based on his parents having resided in either Prince William or Stafford Cos, VA at time of his birth. His marriage to an EVANS is documented by the Edna F. Hightower Collection. Her given name is documented by his 1814 Clark Co, KY will. Their marriage year is based on their eldest three children having been born by 1772. Their marriage location is based on residence at time of marriage. Cuthbert died between 20 Feb 1814, when he signed his will, and 21 Jul 1815 when it was probated. According to the DAR File of Mildred Combs Stotts, Cuthbert was b abt 1745 and d 25 Jun 1815. Her listed source is "Family records of James Henry Combs and his brother David Sinclair Combs and Bible records," but thes! e have not yet been located (Seeking Same). His death location is based on his having been a resident of Clark Co, KY at the time he signed the will, which was probated in the same county.

Cuthbert may have had the middle name of Bullitt (after his maternal uncle, Cuthbert BULLITT). His son, Cuthbert, Jr. is recorded in Clark Co, KY in 1803 as Cuthbert B. Combs, Jr.; however, the Fayette Co, KY marriage of his daughter, Susan Sarah Combs, shows his signature as Cuthbert T. Combs.

According to the DAR File of Mildred Combs Stotts, Sarah "Sally" EVANS was born 12 Jul 1752 and d 20 Jul 1816 for Sarah "Sally" EVANS. (See above) Her birth location was probably either Prince William or Stafford Co, VA; however, her ancestry remains unknown (she may have been the aunt of Silas EVANS who married her daughter, Sarah, based on Belle Combs notes in the Edna F. Hightower Collection).

Cuthbert is first found of record on 19 Apr 1762 when he witnessed the Stafford Co, VA will of John RALLS, Jr. (Stafford Co VA WB O:453-455)

Cuthbert and his brother, Benjamin (and probably his brothers, Joseph and Ennis), and his brother-in-law, Marquis CALMES (h/o Elizabeth "Bettie" Combs) were amongst Kentucky's early "corn planters" in the 1770s (Earliest Combs of Kentucky Land Records) although Cuthbert himself remained a resident of Stafford Co, VA until sometime between 1790 and 1795 when he removed to Clark Co, KY (1784-1790 Stafford Co, VA Tax Lists; and 1795 Clark Co, KY Records).

In 1775, Cuthbert and his mother are named in the Fauquier Co, VA will of his maternal uncle, Thomas BULLITE [sic], relative to "lands upon Kankawa [Kanawha] River at the mouth of the Elk,", and the bequest of a horse (See also 1808 Augusta Co, VA Circuit Court Judgements).

In Oct 1781, Cuthbert again appears in the records of neighboring Fauquier Co, VA when he witnessed the will of John PETERS, husband of Elizabeth ASHBY (Cuthbert's first cousin, d/o John and Jane Combs Ashby).

According to the James Logan Kendall Manuscript, John PETERS had m Elizabeth ASHBY, d/o Cuthbert's aunt Jane Combs Ashby. (Seeking documentation for this marriage)

In 1782, Cuthbert does not appear on Stafford personal property tax lists, but in 1783, Clark County records list him as having been a resident of Stafford (Only Cuthbert's father, John, is listed this year, possibly because his sons were in Kentucky, possibly because they held exempt military status).

In 1784 (1783 lists not extant), Cuthbert is listed on Stafford personal property tax lists with 1 white male 21+ (himself), 13 negroes, 1 horse, and 14 head of cattle.

In 1785, Cuthbert appears in the state census of Stafford Co, VA with 11 persons in his household, one dwelling house and one out house. That same year, he is taxed for one white male over 21, (blank) white males 16-21, 5 slaves +16, 8 slaves under 16, 5 horses and 7 head of cattle. 1785 was also the year of Cuthbert's father's death and Cuthbert is named in his will:

17 May - 12 Sep 1785 (Stafford Co VA Book S, pp. 250-252) Will of John Combs of Overwharton Parish, Stafford County.... Item To my son Cuthbert the land he lives on and which were conveyed to him heretofore by me, and also 1/3 part of the slaves devised his Mother and their future increase, after the death of his Mother...

In 1786, Cuthbert appears on Stafford Co, VA Tax Lists tithing only himself as a white male 21+, with no white males 16+, 6 slaves +16, 10 slaves under 16, 5 horses and 7 head of cattle.

On 24 Mar 1787, Cuthbert appears on Stafford Co, VA Tax lists, still the only male over 16 in his household, 6 Blacks +16, 9 blacks -16, 4 horses and 11 head of cattle.

30 May 1788 Stafford Tax List shows Cuthbert with 1 white male over 21 (no 16-21 category), 6 blacks +16, (blank) Blacks +12; and 5 horses (cattle not enumerated this year).

On May 16, 1789, Cuthbert Combs is listed on Stafford Co, VA tax lists with 2 white males age 16+ (no separate enumeration for over 21); 6 blacks +16; (blank) blacks +12; and 7 horses (cattle again not enumerated). The second white male was probably his son, Joseph (thought to have been eldest based on having been listed first among his sons in Cuthbert's 1814 Clark Co, KY will), making Joseph's age 16-17 years (b ca 1772).

On 3 Apr 1790, Cuthbert is again listed on Stafford Co, VA tax lists with 2 males over 16; as well as 6 blacks +16; 1 black +12; and 7 horses. On 13 Sep of that same year, Cuthbert and brothers, Joseph and Fielding, as well as William BOTTS, are ordered to inventory and appraise the estate of William BRIDWELL, deceased. No tax lists are extant for Stafford after 1790 until 1800, by which time Cuthbert had been gone from Stafford for several years (he is first found in Clark Co, KY in 1795 records, but too late, apparently, for the 1795 tax list on which his brother, Benjamin appears, along with unidentified Daniel and Thomas Combs, both of whom may have later resided in Montgomery Co, KY).

In 1800, Cuthbert and brother, Benjamin, as well as a second Benjamin Combs and a John Combs (both probably Cuthbert's sons), are listed on the Clark Co, KY tax list. Cuthbert is found in numerous land records over the ensuing ten years, and in 1810, he appears on the Clark Co, KY census, p. 125: Carthberl [sic] Combs, Sr., 1 male b pre-1765 [Cuthbert]; 1 female b pre-1765 [Sarah]; 1 female b 1765-1784 [Susan Sarah]; and 1 female b 1785-1794 [Sarah, Jr.].

Cuthbert, a resident of Clarke County, signed his will on 20 Feb 1814, naming his wife and twelve children and referring to his mother, Seth (still alive), his father, John, his maternal grandfather, Benjamin BULLITT, and his brother Fielding. Cuthbert was deceased by 21 Jul 1815 when the will was probated:

Last Will and Testament of
Cuthbert Combs
(Book 3 Book of Wills, Clark County, KY)
In the name of God Amen, I Cuthbert Combs of Clarke County &n State of Kentucky being well in health and of sound mind calling into mind the mortality of my body & knowing it is appointed for all men once to die do make this my last will & testament in the following manner & form. As Ten of my Children viz. Betsey EDWARDS formerly Betty Combs Joseph Combs Benjamin Combs Polly EVANS formerly Polly Combs John Combs Sythe PAYNE formerly Sythe Combs Susan RICHMAN [sic] formerly Susan Combs Cuthbert Combs Sally EVANS formerly Sally Combs and Nancy PAYNE formerly Nancy Combs have married and received part of my estate. Therefore I desire they should not receive anymore until the death of my wife Sally Combs. But my two sons Fielding Alexander Combs and Evan Ennis Combs I give and bequeath the following real and personal property I give and bequeath to my son Fielding Alexander Combs a Negro boy named James a son to _____ to him and his heirs forever also a bed & furniture a cow and calf thirty barrels of corn and one thousand weight of pork. Then I give and bequeath to my son Ennis Combs a Negro man as son to Sarah to him and his heirs forever a bed and furniture a horse saddle and bridle a cow and calf thirty barrels of corn and one thousand weight of pork to be received when he attains the age of one and twenty years or before if he marries. Then I gave and bequeath to my two sons Fielding Alexander Combs and Ennis Combs one thousand acres of land lying on Sympsons_re_(?) Creek in Nelson County and adjoining Wm. BRASEAR'S' Preem___ion(?) on the upper end and extending up the creek for quantity to have and to hold to them and there heirs in fee simple. Then I gave and bequeath to my loving wife Sally Combs the use and occupation of all the land with its appurtenances contained within my settlement & preemption(?) on Howard's upper Creek in Clarke County except what I have deeded to Benjamin Combs and Cuthbert Combs William EDWARDS and Christopher DAWSON and after the death of my wife Sally Combs I give and bequ! eath the last aforesaid tract of land which I loaned to my wife during her life to my two sons Fielding Alexander Combs and Ennis Combs to have and to hold to them and their heirs in fee simple. Then I give and bequeath to my wife Sally Combs during her life the use and hire and their increase Viz. old Dick Old Tom and Sarah his wife little Tom and Nancy children to the said Sarah Willes Charles Vilet(?) Azzy and Frank children to said Nancy Winny George Isaac Betty Allen & Stephen children to the said Winny I also give & bequeath to my wife Sally Combs during her life the use and hire of same negroes and their increase that are coming to me after the death of my mother from a deed made by Benjamin BULLETT to my father John Combs and my mother Seth Combs (as the deed will more fully shew) Then as the title to the negroes I have given to my daughter Nancy PAYNE Viz a Negro boy named Dennis and a Negro girl named Hester is likely to be disputed; also the title to the negroes I! have given my daughter Sally EVANS viz. a negroe boy named G! eorge and a negro woman named Nellie and her two children is likely to be disputed also the title to a negro boy named Sam whom I have given to my daughter Susannah RICHMOND is likely to be disputed and the title to a negro man named Dick whom I have given to my son Cuthbert Combs is likely to be disputed. Therefore if either of the aforesaid individuals viz. Nancy PAYNE Sally EVANS Susannah RICHMOND or Cuthbert Combs lose their negroes or any of them by the course of law desire that the same may be purchased and redelivered to their respective owners or that each of the aforesaid individuals may be compensated according to their loss of receiving negroes of equal value from amongst those I have loaned to my wife Sally Combs Then I desire after the death of my wife Sally Combs that all the aforesaid negroes I have loaned her and the increase of said negroes also the money that is coming to me after the death of my mother by a _____(?) of my brother Fielding Combs which money I loaned to my wife Sally Combs during her life may be equally distributed among the following legatees, viz. Betsey EDWARD, Joseph Combs Benjamin Combs Susan RICHMOND Polly EVANS Sythe PAYNE John Combs Cuthbert Combs Sally EVANS Nancy PAYNE Fielding Alexander Combs & Ennis Combs Then I give and bequeath t! o my wife Sally Combs all of the remainder of my personal property viz. still(?) hogs horses cattle sheep and also all my household kitchen and furniture and plantations utensils viz. wagons ploughs and also all the money I have in possession and due me by bonds and bills notes or accounts to pay my debts and defray the expense of lawsuits. Lastly I appoint my loving wife Sally Combs executrix and my two sons Fielding Alexander Combs and Tennis [sic] Combs executors of this my last will & testament and do utterly ___(?) and disannul all and everyother former will or testament by me made as witness my hand & seal this twentieth day of February eighteen hundred and fourteen. Cuthbert Combs (seal) Teste John H(?) Combs Marquis Calmes TRENTON(?) William CALMES James SYMPSON at a court held for Clarke County July 21 1815 This last Will and Testament of Cuthbert Combs senr deceased was produced in court and proven according to the law by the oath of Marquis COLMES and William CALMES witnesses thereto subscribed and ordered to be recorded and on the motion of Fielding A Combs one of the executors who made... (Combs Researcher Ken Greenhalgh, )
Notes and Questions: John H. Combs was probably John HARRISON Combs, s/o Cuthbert's brother, Benjamin Combs. Who was the above-named Christopher DAWSON to whom Cuthbert Combs had deeded land on Howard's Upper Creek along with his sons, Benjamin and Cuthbert Combs and his son-in-law William EDWARDS? Could Christopher DAWSON have been somehow kin to RW soldier Jeremiah DAWSON of Hart County, KY whose daughter, Elizabeth, age 47 in 1851, had married a still-unidentified Combs? See also Christopher DAWSON (DORSON) of Stafford Co, VA (neighbor to Cuthbert).

Known Issue of Cuthbert Combs, Sr.

(in the same order they are named in his will)

Elizabeth
(Edwards) Joseph
(Clark) Benjamin B.
(Payne) Mary "Polly"
(Baker, Evans) John
(Bullock) Sythe
(Payne)
Susan Sarah
(Hickman) Cuthbert B.
(Daniels) Sarah "Sally"
(Evans) Nancy
(Payne) Fielding Alexander Evan Ennis
(Hinde)

i. Elizabeth "Betsey/Betty" Combs (Cuthbert, John, Joseph), born 21 Sep 1770(?), probably in Stafford Co, VA; died 22 Mar 1838, Clark Co, KY(?); married William EDWARDS, born 11 May 1757(?), died ????.

Elizabeth's ancestry is documented by the 1814, Clark Co, KY will of her father in which she is named "Betsey EDWARDS formerly Betty Combs." No marriage record has been located; however, the Clark Co, KY deed index includes an 1805 entry from Cuthbert Combs, Sr. &c. to William EDWARDS for 170 acres, apparently the same land referenced in Cuthbert's will. Seeking source for undocumented birth and death dates for Elizabeth, and undocumented death date for William EDWARDS. This family has not been actively researched by Combs Research; however, according to the The Register of Overwharton Parish, Stafford Co, VA, 1723-1758 and Sundry Historical and Genalogical Notes, Compiled and Published by George Harrison Sanford King Fellow, American Society of Genealogist, Fredericksburg, VA, Southern Historical Press, Easley, SC, 1961, the parish register entry of Eleanor WHEELER and William EDWARDS who married 12 Feb 1756 is that of William EDWARDS' parents. King adds in a footnote: "A d! escendant of this couple [William and Eleanor WHEELER Edwards] sent me the following data: William EDWARDS was born in VA in 1728; died November 9, 1813. He married February 12, 1756 Eleanor WHEELER who was born in MD, 1730; died June 9, 1811 on the Potomac River. Issue: (1) William, born May 11, 1757, married Elizabeth Combs, and moved to Clarke Co. KY; (2) John (September 27, 1759-August 3, 1838) [See Revolutionary Pension #R-3257 for his Bible record]; (3) Richard (June 25, 1762-1783); (4) George Rumney born January 11, 1763; (5) Theresa, born November 25, 1773; (6) Thomas Wheeler Edwards born October 27, 1776 and moved to KY about 1800."

According to The Combes Genealogy, their children were: Cuthbert; Sarah W., m Spencer, son of Gen. Marquis CALMES, Thomas; Vastiti, m. Chas. BOHANNON; Lucy Ann, m. Argolon PRICE; Leanna, m. Willis ROLAND; and Theresa, m. John GARRETT (not researched).

Question: Was Cuthbert EDWARDS the same who m 7 Mar 1816, Green Co, KY, Anne R. CHAPMAN? Was Thomas EDWARDS the same who m 25 Aug 1831, Clark Co, KY, Nancy Combs, s/o Joseph and Susannah CLARK Combs (brother of Elizabeth Combs Edward)? See Clark Co, KY records for more re this family.

ii. Joseph Combs (Cuthbert, John, Joseph), b ca 1772, probably in Stafford Co, VA, married 27 Sep 1797, Clark Co, KY, Susannah CLARK, b 1776-1784, d/o Robert CLARK (consent of her father plus see 1819 Estill Co, KY Records)

Joseph's ancestry is documented by the 1814, Clark Co, KY will of his father. His est. birth year is based on Stafford Co, VA tax lists. He is not on the 1800 Clark Co, KY tax list, and it is not known where he was residing at this time. In 1801, Joseph and Susanna sold l50 acres of land to John FISHBACK (Clark Co, KY deed index, possibly land from his father). In 1803, he was security for the Clark Co, KY marriage of his brother, Cuthbert B. Combs, Jr., and in 1805 is again listed in a Clark Co, KY deed from Cuthbert Combs, Sr. &c. to Joseph Combs, 690 acres of land (See Clark Co, KY records re suit in regard to this land). In 1810, Joseph is listed on the Clark Co, KY Census, with both he and Susannah born 1765 - 1784 (her birth year range adjusted to 1776-1784 since she was under age at time of her marriage). Also in their census household were:

1 m b 1795-1800 (John H., adj. to 1798-1800 based on marriage date) 1 f b 1795-1800 (ditto) 3 m b 1800-1810 2 f b 1800-1810

In 1812, Joseph witnessed the Clark Co, KY marriage bond of his sister and brother-in-law, Silas and Sarah Combs Evans, and between this time and 1820 recorded in additional Clark Co, KY land records. In 1820, he was on the Clark Co, KY Census with Joseph listed as b pre-1774 (the oldest male age category) and his wife listed as 1775-1794 (adj. to 1776-1784 per above). . Also in their census household were:

1 male 18-26 (1795-1802)
1 male 16-18 (1802-1804)
1 f 16-26 (1795-1804)
3 m 10-16 (1805-1810)
1 f 10-16 (1805-1810)
2 m -10 (1811-1820)
2 f -10 (1811-1820)

A Joseph R. Combs is listed on the 1830 Clark Co, KY census index, but not yet transcribed. In Aug 1831, Joseph consented to the Clark Co, KY marriage of his daughter, Nancy, to Thomas EDWARDS. No Joseph Combs is listed on the 1840 Clark Co, KY Census index, but in 1842, Joseph and wife Susan, plus sons Fielding A. Jr., William E., h/o Nancy, and James H., mortgaged 650 acres in Clark Co, KY, the result of a debt to various in-laws (see Clark Co, KY records). A Clark County petition for foreclosure filed on 8 Jul 1842 disclosed that Joseph had died intestate in Jun of that year leaving "his widow, Susan, twelve children and three grandchildren, issue of a deceased daughter." The thirteen children of Joseph and Susan are documented by both the referenced suit and Clark Co, KY DB 31: 156 as Rodney W. Combs, Fielding A. Combs Jr., William E. Combs, Joseph Combs, Jr., James H. Combs, Francis Combs, Mary B. Combs, John H. Combs, Robert Combs, Elizabeth Combs, Nancy [Combs] Edward! s, Maria [Combs] Caldwell, and Sally [Combs] Ewing, dec'd."

Ed. Note: Much additional information has been collected in regard to Joseph's family. See Clark Co, KY records and links pending completion of a Combs Research Report.

iii. Benjamin B. Combs (Cuthbert, John, Joseph), b 1767-1772, probably in Stafford Co, VA; d Sep 1834, Christian Co, KY; m 26 Aug 1796, Clark Co, KY, Elizabeth "Betsy" PAYNE (d/o William and Mary GRIMES Payne), b 23 Dec 1779, Loudoun Co, VA; d Oct 1834, Christian Co, KY.

Benjamin B.'s ancestry is documented by the 1814, Clark Co, KY will of his father. His full name was probably Benjamin Bullitt Combs after his maternal grandfather. His sisters, Sytha and Nancy, married siblings of Elizabeth "Betsy" PAYNE. See Combs-Payne Connections for more re all three of these families.

iv. Mary "Polly" Combs (Cuthbert, John, Joseph), b pre-1777 (no marriage consent), probably in Stafford Co, VA; married (1) 17 Aug, 1797, Clark Co, KY, John BAKER; and (2) 12 Jun 1804, Clark Co, KY, Peter EVANS,

The ancestry of Mary "Polly" is documented by the 1814, Clark Co, KY will of her father in which she is named "Polly EVANS formerly Polly Combs." Both marriages are recorded in Clark Co, KY, and her first marriage is further documented by both Clark Co, KY records and the Madison Co, KY biography of her grandson, G. W. EVANS. The relationship of Peter to other Combs-Evans families not known. This family not yet actively researched.

v. John Combs (Cuthbert, John, Joseph), born 11 Sep 1777, Stafford Co, VA, died testate 6 Jan 1843, Johnson Co, MO; married 12 Dec 1805, Clark Co, KY, Elizabeth Bingham "Betsy" BULLOCK, b 10 Mar 1787, Clark Co, KY(?); d 25 Mar 1860, Henry County, MO.

John's ancestry is documented by the 1814, Clark Co, KY will of his father. His and Betsy's birth and death dates are from the DAR File of Mildred Combs Stotts, which adds that both were buried at Montrose, Henry Co, MO w/her sources listed as "Family records of James Henry Combs and his brother David Sinclair Combs and Bible records" (Seeking copies of same). John's Johnson Co, MO will (dated 11 Feb 1842, prob. 26 Jan 1843) names his wife, Betsey B. and [son] Richard C. Combs as co-executors (Betsey B. relinquished rights to administer and Richard C.'s security was Betsey B., Elizabeth, Sarah A. F., Mariah B. and Francis B. Combs). His will named as heirs his grandchildren: Elizabeth B. Combs, Almira A. Combs, James H. Combs, John W. Combs, David S. Combs [sons of his deceased son, David Bullock Combs]; sons: Richard C. Combs and James E. Combs; daughters: Elizabeth E. Combs, Sarah A.T. [sic] Combs, Mariah B. Combs and Frances Combs; and wife; Betsey B. Combs. David Bullock! Combs had predeceased his father, dying intestate, also in Johnson Co, MO. According to A Supplement to Pamunkey Neighbors, The BURRUS Family, Ruth & Sam Sparacio, Antient Press, McLean, VA, David B. was born 23 Oct 1806, d 26 Sep 1841, m Rebecca Massie BURRUS, b 19 Jun 1814, d 30 Dec 1891 (See their 1833 Christian Co, KY marriage record). The source for these dates and others is apparently the same as that of Mrs. Stotts. See Johnson Co, MO for more re these families, and the children of John and Betsey B.

vi. Sythe Combs (Cuthbert, John, Joseph), b 1778-1781, probably in Stafford Co, VA; d 15 Dec 1836, of Christian Co, KY; married 29 Mar 1802, Clark Co, KY, William Henry PAYNE (s/o William and Mary GRIMES Payne), b 28 Jan 1784, Loudoun Co, VA; d 15 Dec 1836, of Christian Co, KY.

Sythe's ancestry is documented by the 1814, Clark Co, KY will of her father in which she is named "Sythe PAYNE formerly Sythe Combs." Her name was probably a.k.a. Seth and she the namesake of her maternal grandmother, Seth BULLITT. William Henry and Nancy both drowned while moving from Christian Co, KY to Boone MO. Her brother, Benjamin B., and sister, Nancy, married siblings of William Henry PAYNE. See Combs-Payne Connections for more re all three of their families and references to the drowning in the Edna F. Hightower Collection.

vii. Susan Sarah Combs (a.k.a. Susannah) (Cuthbert, John, Joseph), b 1765-1782, probably in Stafford Co, VA; d ????; married 29 Jul 1812, Fayette Co, KY, Richard HICKMAN (s/o son of Rev. Henry & Phebe EASTMAN Hickman), b 1785, Frankfort, Franklin Co, KY; d ????

Susan Sarah's ancestry is documented by the 1814, Clark Co, KY will of her father in which she is erroneously recorded as "Susan RICHMAN [sic] formerly Susan Combs." That RICHMAN is an error is documented by her Fayette Co, KY marriage, which includes a parental consent signed by her father, and is witnessed by her brother, Fielding Alexander. The birth year, location and ancestry of her husband were provided by Combs Researcher Sharlene Gunzburg.

viii. Cuthbert B. Combs, (Cuthbert, John, Joseph), born 8 Mar 1783, probably in Stafford Co, VA; d 25 Sep 1853, Clark Co, KY; m (1) 13 Jun 1803, Clark Co, KY, Sally DANIEL (img 1 & 2), b 26 Feb 1782, d 12 Dec 1839, Clark Co, KY; m (2) 24 Jun 1840, Clark Co, KY, Fanny G. Combs, b ca 1787, probably in Stafford Co, VA; d aft 1850, probably in Clark Co, KY(?).

Cuthbert B.'s ancestry is documented by the 1814, Clark Co, KY will of his father. Both of his marriages are recorded in Clark County, and he is listed on Clark Co, KY census enumerations from 1820-1850. His second wife, Fanny G., was his first cousin, d/o Joseph and Mary PRITCHETT Combs III, and widow of James W. FRANKLIN (Clark Co, KY and Stafford Co, VA Records, including a marriage contract).

Important! Seeking source for birth and death date records for Cuthbert & Sallie DANIEL Combs (cemetery? bible? family?). In addition to applicable Combs Counties of Record (the above-noted Clark and Stafford plus Powell and Madison Cos, KY; Boone and Callaway Cos, MO; Morton Co, KS; and Kay Co, OK.

See Combs Researcher Barbara Rivas' excellent Combs Family Tree for substantial additional records/documentation of descendants of this line; the Combs Photo Gallery for descendants of his son, Marcus Alfred and Susan ADAMS Combs; and see also the Family Bible of John C. & Sallie P. HARDIN Combs and Family Bible of Robert and Susan Anne PHIPPS Combs (both sons of Marcus Alfred and Susan).

ix. Sarah "Sally" Combs (Cuthbert, John, Joseph), born ca 1786, probably in Stafford Co, VA (but possibly in KY?); died aft 1860, (of) Lafayette Co, MO; married May 14, 1812, Clark Co, KY, Silas EVANS, born ca 1788, KY, died 1850-1860, probably in Lafayette Co, MO.

The ancestry of Sarah "Sally" is documented by the 1814, Clark Co, KY will of her father in which she is named "Sally EVANS formerly Sally Combs" as well as Clark and Lafayette Co records and the Edna F. Hightower Collection. Silas and Sally had no children of their own, but raised Ennis Combs (s/o her brother, Evan Ennis and his wife, Mary Sydnor HINDE) following the death of his mother and per the instructions in his father's will which specified that his "son, Ennis Combs to live with Silas EVANS who has raised him this far until he is 21 years of age." In 1850, young Ennis is in the Lafayette Co, MO household of Silas and Sally, and in 1860, Sally is in the Lafayette Co, MO household of young Ennis and his wife, Sarah WADDELL Callaway. In 1850, she was listed as age 64, b in VA; and in 1860 as age 74, b KY (she was probably b in Stafford Co, VA since that was the residence of her father at the time of her birth). According to Belle Combs (Edna F. Hightower Collection), S! ally married "her own cousin," thus it is possible that Silas EVANS' father was brother to her mother (not researched).

x. Nancy Combs (Cuthbert, John, Joseph), b 1787-1790, probably in Stafford Co, VA; d aft 1850 of Christian Co, KY; married 29 Dec 1809, Clark Co, KY; Dennis PAYNE (s/o William and Mary GRIMES Payne), b 17 Jul 1789, KY; d 1825, Todd Co, KY.

Nancy's ancestry is documented by the 1814, Clark Co, KY will of her father in which she is named "Nancy PAYNE formerly Nancy Combs" and other Clark Co, KY records. Her brother, Benjamin B., and sister, Sythe, married siblings of William Henry PAYNE. See Combs-Payne Connections for more re all three of their families.

xi. Fielding Alexander Combs (Cuthbert, John, Joseph) (incomplete - seeking documentation)

The ancestry of Fielding Alexander is documented by the 1814, Clark Co, KY will of his father who notes that he was still unmarried at this time. Fielding Alexander was not in his father's 1810 Clark Co, KY census household, but appears in Clark Co, KY deeds beginning in 1815 through 1820. On 29 Jul 1812, he was co-security for the Fayette Co, KY marriage bond of Richard HICKMAN to his sister, Susan Sarah Combs; and On 17 Apr 1817 he may have been the Fielding who was security for the Clark Co, KY marriage bond of his brother, Evan Ennis. He has not yet been found in the 1820 census, but had apparently married by 1823 per the Clark Co, KY Deed Index entries (19:105 and 20:30) and was involved in the settlement of his father's estate according to Clark WB5:328. In 1825, the Clark Co, KY deed index includes two entries for a Fielding A. Combs, one to the Baptist Providence Church and the other to Benjamin ALLEN (possibly the same who was father of Rebecca ALLEN who m 28 Feb 1820, Cuthbert C. "Cud" Combs, s/o Fielding A.'s brother, Benjamin Bullitt & Elizabeth "Betsy" PAYNE Combs). He has not been located on the 1830 census yet, but on 25 Oct 1838 one Fielding A. Combs, guardian of Mary C. Combs, consented to her marriage to Fielding A. Combs, The latter was apparently the s/o Joseph and Susannah CLARK Combs, and according to The Combes Genealogy (no source), Mary C. was the d/o John Harrison Combs (s/o Benjamin & Sarah RICHARDSON Combs) and his wife, Sophia B (Bullock?) Combs (d/o Joseph and Mary PRITCHETT Combs III). Due to a surfeit of Fielding Combs among the descendants of John & Seth BULLITT Combs, Sr., it has been difficult to segregate the various Fielding Combs, but Fielding Alexander Combs, Sr. apparently always used his middle initial, thus not known if he might....

Marriage 1 Sarah Evans b: 12 JUL 1752 in either Prince William or Stafford Co, VA
Married: BEF 1770 in probably in Stafford Co,, VA 3
Children
Nancy Combs b: ABT 1788 in Stafford County, Virginia

Sources:
Title: Dr. J. Hooker
Repository:
Note: Cordova,TN
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Media: Interview
Title: Combs Ec. Families Henealogies & Research Reports
Publication: Combs-Coombs &c. Research Group
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Note: http://www.combs-families.org/combs/families/c-cut1.htm 
Combs, Cuthbert (I039360)
 
77118 witnessed his mother Rachel Summers Johnson's will in Fayette co Kentucky 1840
brought to Kentucky when young to region known as upper Counties Kentucky
moved to Boone Co KY Dec 30 1810 lived near Walton(Walston)
farmed and ran water mill
moved to Indiana lived with daughter Elizabeth Finnell after wife died 1870
may have fought in Civil
Baptist
Sources Johnson reunion 1906 pamphlet
Fayette County Kentucky Records Vol 3 by Michael Cook & Bettie Cook
1850 Census Boone Co Kentucky dist 2 
Johnson, Samuel (I006245)
 
77119 Witnesses to the marriage of Henry Robey Hill and Anne talbert were Thomas Jones and Benjamin Shaw Hill.

By the 1800's, Henry Robey Hill was in York County, South Carolina. By 1810, he was in Madison County, Kentucky. Some of his family settled around Cincinnati, Ohio.

Henry Robey HILL was born 1752 in Maryland, and died 1797 in South Carolina. He was the son of 2. Robert HILL and 3. Rachel ROBEY. He married Anne TALBERT 25 Sep 1788 in Frederick County, Maryland.

Children of Henry Robey HILL and Anne TALBERT are: i. Henry Robey HILL Jr.. He married Polly BAKER 28 Dec 1826 in Madison County, Kentucky.
ii. Phillip HILL.
iii. Knotley H. HILL was born 2 May 1792 in Frederick Co. Maryland. He married Rachel MCMULLEN 1814 in Clermont County, Ohio. 
Hill, Henry Robey (I007749)
 
77120 Witt Family of Bedford County, Virginia

Children of Mareen Duvall and Marie Bouth are:

i. Mareen "Marius" DuVall II was born 1661 in Anne Arundel, Maryland, and died 1735 in Prince Georges Co, Maryland. He married Frances Stockett 1685/1686 in Anne Arundel, Maryland, daughter of Thomas Stockett III and Mary Wells. She was born 1661 in Anne Arundel, Maryland, and died 1735 in Prince Georges Co, Maryland.
ii. John DuVall was born in Anne Arundel Co, Maryland, and died 20 Apr 1711 in Anne Arundel Co, Maryland. He married Mary Elizabeth Jones 1685.
iii. Eleanor DuVall was born in Anne Arundel Co, Maryland, and died in Virginia. She married John Roberts prior 1694 in Virginia?. He died in Virginia.
iv. Samuel DuVall was born 1667 in Anne Arundel Co, Maryland, and died 1741/1742. He married Elizabeth Clarke 18 Jun 1687.
v. Lewis DuVall was born ABT 1676 in Anne Arundel Co, Maryland, and died 1724 in South Carolina. He married Martha Ridgeley 5 Mar 1699. 
Bouth, Marie (I012790)
 
77121 Wm. Chew son of Samuel, deceased, and Ann Chew, m. on 10th month, 20th day of
1690 to Sydney Wynn both of A.A. Co. Md. Sydney was dau of Thomas & Martha,
deceased, of Pa. They were m. at home of William Richardson. 
Family F22541
 
77122 Wm. Newton, who married Barbary Johnson Daughter of James Johnson, ye Elder, half sister to John Gerrard, the younger, the said Wm. Newton had issue by the said Barbary Johnson, a Son, and (a) Daughter named Frances.

The sd. Wm. Newton survived the sd. Barbary, and afterward married Eliza. Berryman, the Daughter of this Depts. last Husband (Benjamin Berryman) by his first wife (Sarah Butler), & had issue by the sd. Eliza.: Wm. Newton, now in King George County, & Others.

son of John NEWTON and Sarah Elizabeth ALLERTON
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1713-1714 Richmond Co VA Order Book 6; Antient Press: (Page 125)
Richmond County Court 6th of August 1713
- Ordered that the Sheriff sumon to the next Court ALEXANDER DONAPHAN and THOMAS NEWTON to answer a Bill in Chancery this day exhibited against them by WILLIAM NEWTON and THOMAS NEWTON, surviving Children of JOHN NEWTON, JUNR.
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1723 Stafford County, Virginia rent rolls by James Carter 18 July 1724; 270 acres William Newton; lives in Westmoreland Co.
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1729 Stafford County, Virginia rent rolls by James Carter 21 Nov 1730; 4908 acres William Newton; sd to pay in Westmoreland but does not.

James Hughes 2005-08-17 14:37:02
Colonial America, 1607-1789 VA Census Index , Page 589

Newton, Benj VA STAFFORD CO. 1723 RENT ROLL

Newton, John VA STAFFORD CO. 1779

Newton, Thomas VA STAFFORD CO. 1723 RENT ROLL

Newton, Willm VA STAFFORD CO. 1723 RENT ROLL
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Wills of Westmoreland County, Virginia , Page 46
GERRARD, JOHN, 25 April 1711. My brother in law William Newton and his wife Barbara; my brother in law William Davis and Elizabeth his wife; my wife Jane; my mother Elizabeth Johnson; my brother James Johnson; my sisters Frances and Anne Johnson.
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contributed by Jo Anne Mackby

William Newton WD 1 Mar 1721-2 Westmoreland Co. VA [son & heir of John Newton b. abt 1657 England; d. 1697 m Mary Allerton. dau of Isaac II] m. (2) abt 1713 Elizabeth Berryman m. (2) bef Mar 1726 Charnock Cox Jr.

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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA ORDER BOOK, 1707-1709 {Antient Press}: pg 2
Westmoreland County Court 29th ofJune 1709
WILLIAM NEWTON for a Dedimus The Depositions taken by vertue of
this Order and Dedimus is recorded in tiber N fo: 313, Record WILLIAM
NEWTON, Son and Heir ofJOHN NEWTON, late of the County of STAFFORD in the Colony ofVirginia, deceased, Son and Heir at Law to JOHN NEWTON, late of the KINGSTON upon HULL in the Kingdom ofEngland, also deceased, by his Petition to her Majtie's Justices in Chancery setting forth for that he had good right and title to certaine lands and tenements in the Kingdom of England as Heir at Law of
his deceased Father and further shewing that his wittnesses to prove his birth, parentage and legitimacy are now resident in this Colony, humbly praying a Dedimus Potestatem to examine wittnesses in perpetuam rei memoriam in relation thereto. WILLOUGHBY ALLERTON, GEORGE ESKRIDGE, DANIELL McCARTY andTHOMAS BONAM or any three ofthem are Commissionated to call and summon before them all such persons as WILLIAM NEWTON shall nominate tothem in that behalfe that they and every ofthem personally appeare at the House of Mr.THOMAS NEWTON on Fryday the Ninth ofJuly next iffaire, ifnot the next faire
day, and ofall persons so summoned to take the Depositions in writeing and certify to her Majtie's Justices under their hands at the next Court to be held for this County
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA ORDER BOOK, 1707-1709 {Antient Press}: pg 82
Westmoreland County Court 27th of April 1709
- JEFFRIES to ESKRIDGE, Acknowledment EDMUND JEFFRIES and
ELIZABETH his Wife personally acknowledged a Deed ofLease and Release by them made to GEORGE ESKRIDGE, Gent., to be their proper act and deed and the said ELIZABETH being privately examined by one ofher Majtie's Justices for the sd County acknowledged her voluntary and free consent to the same which togetherwith the Deeds were ordered to be recorded
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA ORDER BOOK, 1712-1714 {Antient Press}: pg 06
Westmoreland County Court 29th day of July 1713
- ALLERTON for Depositions &c. NEWTON. [See Liber 0 Records folio 63 &c. for Depositions &c, relateing hereto]
WILLOUGHBY ALLERTON, Gent. by his Petition in Chancery to this Court preferred, humbly sett forth that a Process ofLaw called an Ejectione Firme was lately brought against him as Tennant in possession of
a certaine tract ofland lying and being in the Parish of Cople in the County aforesaid by one WILLIAM NEWTON one ofthe Devisees ofJOHN GERRARD, Gent., deced., as by the Process now depending in the County Court ofWestmorland as a Court of Common Law might appeare &c., and that haveing sundry wittnesses that partlyknow the bounds of the same lands and that the same is aimed at to be subverted
and new courses and bounds to be made highly prejudicial to the Complainant's inheritance &c" prayed the Court to appoint and commissionate such persons as tothem should seem meet to call before them at such tyme and place as they shouldappoint between this and the next Court to be held for this County, all such persons as WILLOUGHBY ALLERTON shall nominate to them to the end their depositions
might be taken in relation to the bounds and antiquity ofthe lands and entered on the Records of this Court in perpetiam rei memoriam. Upon mature consideration whereofit is ordered by the Court that DANIEL McCARTY, THOMAS LEE, Esqrs.
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1713-1714 Richmond Co VA Order Book 6; Antient Press: (Page 125)
Richmond County Court 6th of August 1713
- Ordered that the Sheriff sumon to the next Court ALEXANDER DONAPHAN and THOMAS NEWTON to answer a Bill in Chancery this day exhibited against them by WILLIAM NEWTON and THOMAS NEWTON, surviving Children of JOHN NEWTON, JUNR.
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1713-1714 Richmond Co VA Order Book 6; Antient Press: (Page 236)
Richmond County Court 5th of August 1714
- A Decree in Chancery is granted to WILLIAM and THOMAS NEWTON, Surviving Children of JOHN NEWTON, deced., against the Estate of GERRARD NEWTON, deced., in the hands of ALEXANDER DONIPHAN and THOMAS NEWTON for four thousand pounds of tobacco, and it is ordered that ALEXANDER DONIPHAN and THOMAS NEWTON pay the same to WILLIAM and THOMAS NEWTON if they have so much of the Estate of GERRARD NEWTON in their hands with costs als exo
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA ORDER BOOK, 1714-1716 {Antient Press}: pg 67
Westmoreland County Court 30th of May 1716
- CARR Constable
JOSEPH CARR is appointed CONSTABLE in the place and stead of EDMUND JEFFRIES for that Precinct where EDMUND JEFFRIES
last serve and it is ordered that JOSEPH [being first served with a copy ofthis Order] doe theropon repaire to the next Majestrate and take the Oath for duely executeing the Office of Constable
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY ORDER BOOK, 1716-1718; pg 63
Westmoreland Countv Court September 26th 1717
- NEWTON p his Children &c.
Upon the motion of WILLIAM NEWTON, liberty is granted him to bring Process in behalf of his Children, JOHN & FRANCES against SAMUEL HEATH, WILLIAM WIGGINTON and WILLIAM DAVIES, Administrators of the Estate ofELIZABETH JOHNSON, deced.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY ORDER BOOK, 1716-1718; pg 63
Westmoreland Countv Court September 26th 1717
- NEWTON &c. v JOHNSON's Admrs.
WILLIAM NEWTON for and on behalf ofhis Children, JOHN and FRANCES, exhibited here in Court his certain Bill of Complaint against WILLIAM DAVIES, WILLIAM WIGGINTON and SAMUEL HEATH, Administrators of the goods and chattells that were of ELIZABTH JOHNSON, deced. and prayed his Majesties Writt ofSubpaena might be issued thereby commanding them under a certain penalty to appear at a certain day to answer the Complaint, which is granted, and Process ordered to issue accordingly
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY ORDER BOOK, 1718-1721; pg 23
Westmoreland County Court 24th day of September 1718.
Upon hearing the whole proceedings in the suite in Chancery brought by
WILLIAM NEWTON in behalf of the children of JOHN NEWTON and FRANCIS NEWTON which were born to him on the body of BARBARA his wife daughter of JAMES JOHNSON & ELIZABETH his wife against SAMUEL HEATH, WIGGINTON & WILLIAM DAVIES, Admrs. of the said ELIZABETH JOHNSON's Estate who for a child's part of the said Estate which the respondents in right of their several wives, daughters of the said JAMES & ELIZABETH detained from the Complt. It is the Courts
opinion that the said NEWTON in right of his said children hath just right to a child's part of the said Estate and on macon of all parties do order that THOMAS LEE, Esq. do adjust all accounts any way relating to the matter adjudged of and that he report his proceedings to the next Court and decree to pass accordingly therein 
Newton, William (I023547)
 
77123 Wm. son of Tho. Wells and Ann b. Aug 1711 Wells, William (I099964)
 
77124 Wolf Family Bible;Extract owned by Harry Bonnes,Fairfax,VA;WOL013.

1. Henry Edger WOLF was born 10 AUG 1850 in Covington, Kenton, Kentucky, and died 11 SEP 1927 in Covington, Kenton, Kentucky. He was buried 14 SEP 1927 in Highland Cem, Kenton County, Kentucky. He was the son of 2. John J. WOLF and 3. Elizabeth Anne STROUD. He married Mattie Jane F MARSHALL 20 FEB 1883 in Covington, Kenton, Kentucky, daughter of Albert MARSHALL and MARTHA. She was born NOV 1864 in Cincinnati, Hamilton, OH, and died 18 JAN 1916 in Covington, Kenton, Kentucky. She was buried JAN 1916 in Kenton, Kentucky.

Children of Henry Edger WOLF and Mattie Jane F MARSHALL are: i. Lillian V WOLF was born NOV 1884 in Covington, Kenton, Kentucky, and died 18 JAN 1916 in Kenton, Kentucky. She married Nathaniel S RING in KY. He was born ABT. 1883 in KY, and died 11 OCT 1961 in Kenton, Kentucky.
ii. Aleta WOLF was born OCT 1887 in Covington, Kenton, Kentucky.
iii. Robert WOLF was born 3 JAN 1889 in Covington, Kenton, Kentucky, and died 17 FEB 1889 in Covington, Kenton, Kentucky.
iv. Edgar C WOLF was born JAN 1890 in OH.
v. Lena WOLF was born JAN 1892 in Covington, Kenton, Kentucky.
vi. Robert L. WOLF was born JUL 1894 in Covington, Kenton, Kentucky.
vii. Raymond B WOLF was born JUL 1896 in Covington, Kenton, Kentucky, and died NOV 1970 in Covington, Kenton, Kentucky. He married Clara E LIPHART in KY. She was born ABT. 1900 in KY, and died 14 OCT 1975 in Kenton, Kentucky.
viii. Cora Margaret WOLF was born ABT. 1902 in Covington, Kenton, Kentucky, and died 1 JUN 1983 in Covington, Kenton, Kentucky. She married Herman H DORNING in KY. He was born ABT. 1900 in KY, and died 2 FEB 1975 in Kenton, Kentucky. 
Wolfe, Henry Edger (I008706)
 
77125 Wood County, Virginia Marriage certificate dated Feb 14th 1843
Lawrence Kincheloe and Letty Stagg marriage performed by Henry Wharton, Minister 
Family F41193
 
77126 WOOD, BENJAMIN, Charles County, planter. 31 Mar 1768 13 May 1768
To wife Ann, use of land called "Woods Desart." Negroes Will, Henry, Nace, Jane, Joe and Charles.
To son John, 39 acres, part of tract called "Good Will", 50 acres of "William's Enlarged" and Negroes Davie and Gerrard.
To son Leonard, tenor by lease of 40 acres near the Cool Springs and Negroes Tom, Betty and Dick,
To son Benjamin, tract called "Woods Desart, 100 acres of "Rochester." 42 acres of "Burches Forrest," and Negroes George and Easter.
To dau. Helinor, Negroes Peter and James.
To dau, Drusilla, Negroes Phillis, Beck and Frank.
To dau. Elizabeth, Negroes Priss and Frederick.
Exs.: wife Anne and son Benjamin.
Wit: William Poston, Joseph King. 36.400
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Benjamin Wood 5.162 D CH £1011.8.6 May 17 1769
Sureties: William Posten, John Dent (son of Hatch Dent).
Distribution to: Widow (unnamed, 1/3). Residue to children: Benjamin (1/6), Druscilla (1/6), John (1/12), Leonard (1/12), Helena (1/12), Elisabeth (1/12)
Executors: Anne Wood, Benjamin Wood,
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THOMAS, JOHN, Charles Co. 30 Apr 1756
9 July 1757
To eldest son John, tract called "Ware," and my sword and kane two Negro boys,, Peter and Simon.
To son Leonard, tract called "Bowling Green" 200 a., Negro man Ben and Negro man Jacob, 1/3 flock of sheep.
To son James, Negro Nacy, Martha, 1/3 flock of sheep,
To son William all other land, provided he pay to three brothers, John, James and Leonard, each 2000 pounds of tobacco.
To son William, two Negro boys named Charles and James given In compliance with a letter sent by me to Thomas Reeves his wife's father upon the point of marriage betwixt my son William and his dau.
Whereas my dau. Jane, wife to Edward Swann is deceased, therefore give to my grandau. Elizabeth wife of Thomas Adams whom I hereby appoint in her stead, one Negro girl Rebecca.
Remainder of estate to be divided into 6 equal parts between my four sons and two of my grandaus, names as follows: John, James, Leonard and William,, Elizabeth Adams and Elizabeth Woods
Son., John, ex.
Wit: James Greenfield Wood., John Johnson, John Adams. 309.341
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John Thomas 2.112 D CH £375.19.4 Feb 10 1759
Sureties: Benjamin Wood, John Adams.
Legatees: John (son), Leonard, James (son), William (son), Elisabeth Adams (granddaughter) wife of Thomas Adams, Elisabeth Wood daughter of Benjamin Wood.
Distribution to: John, James, Leonard, William, Elisabeth Adams, Elisabeth Wood.
Executor: John Thomas. 
Thomas, Anne (I013182)
 
77127 Wood, Edward, Calvert County, 13th Feb., 1697; 31st Mch., 1698.
To wife Sarah, extx., dau. Eliza: and son Edward, 160 A.,
home plantation, jointly.
Guardians: Ignatius Sewell, Thos. Gosling.
Test: Thos. Gosling, Eliza: Gosling, Dorothy Avery. 7, 372.
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Name: Duane Boggs
Email: duaneaboggs@hotmail.com
Note:
Ignatius Sewell married Anne Hunton, daughter of Mordecai and Elizabeth (maiden name unknown) Hunton. Anne Hunton's sister Elizabeth Hunton married Thomas Gosling, so that Thomas Gosling was actually Ignatius's brother-in-law as the two men married Hunton sisters. Anne and Elizabeth Hunton's other sister, Sarah, married widower Edward Wood about 1694 (she was not mother of Edward Wood's children), and after Wood's death, she married Charles Fowler. 
Wood, Elizabeth (I061044)
 
77128 WOOD, JOANNA, Charles Co. 10 Jan., 1772
20 Nov., 1775
To dau, Elizabeth Stoddert, extx., Negro man Old Charles, old trunk.
To granddau. Susannah Truman Stoddert, tract "The Adventure," 200 acres, Negro man Charles, furniture.
To grandson Thomas James John Stoddert, stock, furniture.
To granddau. Joanna Truman Stoddert, stock, furniture.
Wit: Pearson Chapman; Robert Gordon; Peter Dent. 40.486 
Stoddert, Susannah Truman (I012511)
 
77129 WOOD, JOANNA, Charles Co. 10 Jan., 1772; 20 Nov., 1775
To dau, Elizabeth Stoddert, extx., Negro man Old Charles, old trunk.
To granddau. Susannah Truman Stoddert, tract "The Adventure," 200 acres, Negro man Charles, furniture.
To grandson Thomas James John Stoddert, stock, furniture.
To granddau. Joanna Truman Stoddert, stock, furniture.
Wit: Pearson Chapman; Robert Gordon; Peter Dent. 40.486
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Charles County Maryland Will Book AL-12, 1801-1808, {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 155.
Elizabeth Stoddert, Will, January 19, 1798; December 13, 1803
I, Elizabeth Stoddert of CC, being of sound mind and memory;
To son Thomas James John Stoddert, negroes; Scipio and Lender, my watch, desk, 6 silver table spoons and 6 silver tea spoons of my oldest set, and a silver cream pot.
To daughter Joanna Truman Stoddert, all my lands near Nanjemoy consisting of several tracts, my riding chair, chest drawers, 1 large looking glass, 1 small looking glass, 6 silver table spoons and 6 silver tea spoons of my newest set, and 1 silver turrine ladle.
Item: the residue of my estate to be divided as follows; 1/3 to son Thomas James John Stoddert, 1/3 to daughter Joanna Truman Stoddert, and the other 1/3 part to be equally divided between the children of the late Horatio Middleton.
Executor: none stated
Signed: January 19, 1798 Elizabeth Stoddert
Wit: James Fenwick, Peter Dejean, Thomas Fenwick

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Contributed by Sandy Kiger
Elizabeth was still living as late as 1800. She and son Thomas are living next to each other at the time of the 1790 and 1800 censuses...and she was given the following credit for patriotic service.

STODDERT, Elizabeth. Rendered patriotic service by providing wheat for the use of the military in April 1782. She was probably the widow of William Truman Stoddert (1736-1770)

1790 US Census: MARYLAND, Charles Co.
STODDERT, Thomas: 1 - 0 - 1 - 0 - 0
1 free white male 16+ [Thomas]
1 free white female 16+ [Chloe]
STODDERT, Elizabeth: 0 - 0 - 2 - 0 - 13
2 free white females 16+ [Elizabeth, Joanna]
13 slaves

1800 US Census: MARYLAND, Charles Co. Saint Georges Parish Pomonkey Hundred
STODDERT, Elizabeth: 0 0 0 0 0 - 0 0 0 1 1 - 18
1 female 26 < 45 [Joanna]
1 female 45+ [Elizabeth]
18 slaves
STODDERT, Thomas: 0 0 0 1 0 - 0 0 0 1 0 - 17
1 male 26 < 45 [Thomas]
1 female 26 < 45 [Chloe]
17 slaves 
Stoddert, Thomas James John (I012512)
 
77130 Wood, Joseph son of Joseph and Sarah Wood m Anne Reed, daughter of James and Mary Reed Apr. 9, 1769. Family F32471
 
77131 Wood, Robert m Catharine Dorsey daughter of Nicholas Dorsey Oct.
13, 1763. 
Family F32470
 
77132 Woodford Robert Miller was born 1860 in Boone County, Kentucky, and died 15 APR 1920 in Boone County, Kentucky. He was buried in Big Bone Baptist Cemetery, Boone County, Kentucky. He was the son of 2. John Jefferson Miller and 3. Mariah Anne Glore. He married Lizzie Ella Holtzclaw. She was born 1863 in Boone County, Kentucky, and died 1933. She was buried in Big Bone Baptist Cemetery, Boone County, Kentucky.

Children of Woodford Robert Miller and Lizzie Ella Holtzclaw are: i. Malinda Madge Miller. She married Fred Holden.
ii. Woodford Miller.
iii. Charles Addison Miller died in died young.
iv. Thomas Robert Miller. He married Bertha Gordon.
v. George Blaine Miller. He married Ida Witty Blythe. She died in lived only one week after marriage.
vi. John J. Miller died in died aged 17.
vii. Mary Mercedes Miller. She married Jack Rose 4 DEC 1884.
viii. Melia Myrtle Miller died ABT. 1963. She married Robert Fields.
ix. Maude Miller. She married Harry F. Jones. He was born 5 NOV 1882, and died 20 MAY 1948 in Kenton County, Kentucky.
x. infant Miller was born 4 DEC 1884.
xi. Macie May Miller was born 9 MAY 1888, and died 6 MAY 1889.
xii. Mattie Marie Miller was born ABT. 1891 in Hamilton, Boone County, Kentucky, and died 2 JAN 1972. She married Jerry Oliver Griffith 5 APR 1918 in Tampa, Florida. He died 5 APR 1943.
xiii. John A. Miller was born 13 FEB 1892 in Boone County, Kentucky, and died 29 JAN 1893.
xiv. Dave Wallace Miller was born 24 DEC 1907 in Boone County, Kentucky, and died 11 OCT 1978 in Boone County, Kentucky. He married Fannie Florence Smith 1928. 
Miller, Woodford Robert (I008077)
 
77133 WOODMAN, SARAH, Charles County, widow. 3 Mar, 1758 13 Jun,1758
To dau Eleanor Pearson, widow and relict of Walter Pearson, tract on Patomack River In Charles Cos,, formerly taken up by Robert Smithhen and a tract. adjoining taken up by John Slingsbey and a tract adjoining to the latter on the north formerly taken up a Humphrey Howel which tracts or now in possession of John Hammill, John Covry [Coory?) and my sister Eleanor Nou being in William and Mary's Parish - to Eleanor Fearson during her life and then to her son Walter Fearson.
To my son Newman Tompkins a cow,
To son George Deen. a calf,
To dau Eleanor Pearson all rest of my estate.
Said Eleanor Pearson, extx.
Wit: John Wood, John Newman, Thomas Townstin [Townslln?]. MCW 30, 529
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Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 132. Depositions. CC, Nov 24, 1766. Walter Fearson, having been accused by some ill-minded person, in order to hurt his character, that the Inspectors of Ceder point warehouse, having lost some tobacco out of sd warehouse the sd year, and that sd Fearson burning down a hogshead at the last of sd inspection for sd year, which has been sad by the afd inspectors, that sd hogshead of tobacco appeared to have been prisd before & that they had reason to believe the sd tobacco to be part of that tobacco which was taken out sd warehouse. To rebut the charge, he goes to the trouble and expense of taking the following depositions of the several persons as follows - Newman Tompkins being also accused of being concerned with the sd tobacco, declares that he never was with sd Fearson at Cederpoint but one time, and that was of a Sunday 6 or 8 weeks since the tobacco was said to be stolen & that the hogshead that Fearson carried down the last of the inspection, which was thought to be part of that which was sold out of the warehouse, he "hopes strip prise & hand" it to put in the hogshead, which sd tobacco grew on sd land whereon Fearson lived & made his crop, - Dorothy Fearson declares that she "hope hand" the tobacco to Walter Fearson, when he packed the afd hogshead, and living at the same house & "hope strip" sd tobacco & saw it grow on sd land & declares that there was none put in sd hogshead but what grew on sd land, and that sd tobacco was never packed nor prisd in a hogshead before, - Eleanor Fearson says that the hogshead of tobacco in question, grew on her plantation & that it was never packed or prisd in a hogshead before that time he prised it and that she saw to the stripping of the "hole" & every bundle, and that every bundle of the same grew on the land where she lives. Sworn before - Edwd Smoot*. Recorded Dec 4, 1766.
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Charles County, Maryland Land Records 1810-1811; Liber IB-9 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 382.
At the request of Walter Fearson, the following Bill of Sale was recorded August 13, 1811
I Charles Chunn in consideration of 5 shillings current money paid by Isaac Oakley and Walter Fearson has sold 60 bushels of wheat, 4 oxen, 3 cows and 1 calf, 2 feather beds and furniture 5 head of hogs, 1 loom, 1 grind stone, one hand mill and half dozen flag chairs. In witness I have hereunto set my hand and seal this July 1, 1811, Charles Chunn, in the presence of and acknowledged before Robert Crain 
Fearson, Walter (I012693)
 
77134 WOODWARD, JOHN, Charles Co. 9 Aug, 1766
13 Sep, 1767
To wife Catherine Woodward, extx, and to her all my estate.
To dau. Mary Risen,, tract whereon she now lives, 18 acres and called the "Land of Ease"; also 34 acres adjoining being part of tract called 'Hudsons Disappointment" being all that which lies on that side of the branch called the 'Long Pen" next to her; also Negro woman Beck. And that day she the said Mary Risen shall offer to sell the said land it shall become the inheritance of my dau. Violetta,
To dau. Violetta McPherson all the rest of my land being tract of 50 acres called Molley's Chance' and remainder part of Hudson's Disappointment," being 53 acres whereon my house and plantation is.
To granddau. Sarah McPherson Negro girl Terra, Negro boy Lewis, cow, furniture.
Remainder of estate to be divided between my other two daus, Sarah Harrison and Lovereta Young. and my son In law, William Matthews and his sister Anne Brauletta(?), Wit: John Risin, Anne Shocklet, Anne Shaklet said she saw John Woodward sign the wIll.
Depositions taken at the request of William Risen who married Mary one of the daus. of the deceased and Joseph Mcpherson who married Violetta another dau. of the deceased, after having given due and timely notice to Joseph Harrison and George Young who married Sarah and Lucretia the other daus. of the deceased. MCW 36, 35 
Woodward, Lucretia (I013456)
 
77135 WOODWARD, JOHN, Charles Co. 9 Aug, 1766
13 Sep, 1767
To wife Catherine Woodward, extx, and to her all my estate.
To dau. Mary Risen,, tract whereon she now lives, 18 acres and called the "Land of Ease"; also 34 acres adjoining being part of tract called 'Hudsons Disappointment" being all that which lies on that side of the branch called the 'Long Pen" next to her; also Negro woman Beck. And that day she the said Mary Risen shall offer to sell the said land it shall become the inheritance of my dau. Violetta,
To dau. Violetta McPherson all the rest of my land being tract of 50 acres called Molley's Chance' and remainder part of Hudson's Disappointment," being 53 acres whereon my house and plantation is.
To granddau. Sarah McPherson Negro girl Terra, Negro boy Lewis, cow, furniture.
Remainder of estate to be divided between my other two daus, Sarah Harrison and Lovereta Young. and my son In law, William Matthews and his sister Anne Brauletta(?), Wit: John Risin, Anne Shocklet, Anne Shaklet said she saw John Woodward sign the wIll.
Depositions taken at the request of William Risen who married Mary one of the daus. of the deceased and Joseph Mcpherson who married Violetta another dau. of the deceased, after having given due and timely notice to Joseph Harrison and George Young who married Sarah and Lucretia the other daus. of the deceased. MCW 36, 35
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GRIGG, WILLIAM, Charles Co. Jun, 1761
27 Jun, 1761
To George Young, ex., all of estate.
Wit: John Woodward, Susan Ninsbett (or Nisbutt), Catherine
Woodward, 31.355 
Young, George (I013457)
 
77136 WOODWARD, JOHN, Charles Co. 9 Aug, 1766
13 Sep, 1767
To wife Catherine Woodward, extx, and to her all my estate.
To dau. Mary Risen,, tract whereon she now lives, 18 acres and called the "Land of Ease"; also 34 acres adjoining being part of tract called 'Hudsons Disappointment" being all that which lies on that side of the branch called the 'Long Pen" next to her; also Negro woman Beck. And that day she the said Mary Risen shall offer to sell the said land it shall become the inheritance of my dau. Violetta,
To dau. Violetta McPherson all the rest of my land being tract of 50 acres called Molley's Chance' and remainder part of Hudson's Disappointment," being 53 acres whereon my house and plantation is.
To granddau. Sarah McPherson Negro girl Terra, Negro boy Lewis, cow, furniture.
Remainder of estate to be divided between my other two daus, Sarah Harrison and Lovereta Young. and my son In law, William Matthews and his sister Anne Brauletta(?), Wit: John Risin, Anne Shocklet, Anne Shaklet said she saw John Woodward sign the wIll.
Depositions taken at the request of William Risen who married Mary one of the daus. of the deceased and Joseph Mcpherson who married Violetta another dau. of the deceased, after having given due and timely notice to Joseph Harrison and George Young who married Sarah and Lucretia the other daus. of the deceased. MCW 36, 5
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Prince George's County, Maryland Liber T#1

Folio 608 DOROTHY MARLOW, widow of Samuel Middleton Marlow 09/05/1805 10/08/1805
"being weak in Body ..."
Bequeaths to:
1. Elizabeth Fendall Marshall --niece (wife of Dr. William Marshall)
-to have the sum of $100.00
2. Elizabeth Beall McPherson --niece (daughter of brother Samuel Hanson)
-to have the sum of 30 pounds current money and the sum is to be deducted from the claim against her deceased husband's estate
3. Charity Fendall --niece (daughter of brother Samuel Hanson)
-to have the sum of $25.00
4. Samuel Hanson Beall --son of John Fendall Beall
-to have the sum of 5 pounds current money
5. Samuel Hanson --brother
-if testatrix's claim against Zachariah Cox can be recovered that to have I/5th part
6. Anne Middleton Beall --daughter (wife of Josias Fendall Beall)
-to have the remainder of the estate
7. Josias Fendall Beall --son-in-law
- named executor of the will and instructed that testatrix desires a "Tomb Stone be planted at the head of the grave of my Deceased Husband, Son, Grand Child and my own with Suitable Inscriptions"
Witnesses:
Robert A. Beall
Mildred Tench (mark)
Sarah Langley (mark)
Then came: Robert Augustus Beall
Note: the testatrix signed the will with her mark
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Charles County Maryland Will Book AI-10, 1788-1791; Page 381.
Benedicta McPherson's Will.
I, Benedicta McPherson of CC, am sick & weak, but of sound mind & memory.
To my son Samuel Hanson McPherson - my Negro woman called Luce,
To my son Henry McPherson - my Negro man called Charles.
To my son Josias Hanson McPherson - my Negro boy called Romio and 1000 lbs of tobacco.
To my daughter Ann McPherson - my Negro woman called Nanny, and 1 black mare.
To my son Alexander McPherson - my Negro girl called Hannah & my Negro girl called Rose and my Negro girl called Cinthia.
To my grandson Henry Thomas McPherson - the 1st child my Negro woman Luce shall have.
To my granddaughter Ann McPherson - my Negro girl called Juliet.
The rest of my estate is to be equally divided among all my children before named.
Executors: my sons Samuel Hanson McPherson, Henry McPherson, & Josias McPherson, and my brother, Samuel Hanson Jr.
Signed Nov 12, 1789 - Benedicta (X her mark) McPherson. Wit - Henry Brawner, Sarah Moore (X her mark) Maddox.
Probated on May 31, 1790 by Samuel Hanson McPherson, acting executor, and by the oaths of both witnesses.
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Charles County Maryland Will Book AI-10, 1788-1791; Page 378.
May 17, 1790. Then came Samuel Hanson Jr, one the appointed executors of the will of Benedicta McPherson, late of CC, decd, & refused to act as executor to sd Will.
Charles County Maryland Will Book AI-10, 1788-1791; Page 381. May 31, 1790. Then came Henry McPherson & Josias Hanson McPherson, two of the appointed executors of the Will of Benedicta McPherson, late of CC, decd, & refused to act as executor to sd Will.
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Charles County Maryland Will Book AI-10, 1788-1791; Page 383.
On Jun 1, 1791, Letters Testamentary were granted to Samuel Hanson McPherson, acting executor; his securities were Walter McPherson & Archibald Johnson.
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Charles County, Maryland, Inventories,1791-1797; Page 419. Samuel Hanson McPhereson - Inventory. Late of CC, decd. Jul 11, 1796.
Negroes: Colonel (about 43 years old), Cate (45), Lucy (22 her 2 children, Anne & Sophia), Sue (about 16 or 17), Wat (about 5), Sarah & child.
Total amount: £453.12.7.
Signed - Jos, Green, Richard B. Mitchel.
Creditors: M. Blair, John Ewd Ford.
Kin: J.H. McPherson, William McPherson.
CC, Jan 22, 1797. Then came Elizabeth McPherson and William Hanson McPherson, administrators, and made oath
Certified by Humphrey Barnes, Registrar of Wills.
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1791-1793; Liber JRM 1 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 263. At the request of Josias Hanson McPherson the following Deed of Trust was recorded August 29, 1792
Indenture made August 16, 1792; Dorothy Marlow in consideration of 10 shillings current money paid by Josias Hanson McPherson as well on behalf of Samuel Hanson Marlow creditor of her has assigned unto Josias Hanson McPherson [in trust] Negroes Lin (35 years), Quomino (30 years), Jenny (8 years), Cassey (7 years), Harriet (6 years) and Sampson (3 years) for the purposes following; in the first place to pay Josias Hanson McPherson all costs and expenses which he may incur in the execution of this trust, secondly to pay Samuel Hanson Marlow the sum of 188 pounds 18 shillings and 4 pence, thirdly to return pay all such property that may remain and do hereby appoint Josias Hanson McPherson her attorney. Signed Dorothy Marlow in the presence of and acknowledged before Samuel Hepburn, John Smith Brookes 
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77137 WOODWARD, JOHN, Charles Co. 9 Aug, 1766
13 Sep, 1767
To wife Catherine Woodward, extx, and to her all my estate.
To dau. Mary Risen,, tract whereon she now lives, 18 acres and called the "Land of Ease"; also 34 acres adjoining being part of tract called 'Hudsons Disappointment" being all that which lies on that side of the branch called the 'Long Pen" next to her; also Negro woman Beck. And that day she the said Mary Risen shall offer to sell the said land it shall become the inheritance of my dau. Violetta,
To dau. Violetta McPherson all the rest of my land being tract of 50 acres called Molley's Chance' and remainder part of Hudson's Disappointment," being 53 acres whereon my house and plantation is.
To granddau. Sarah McPherson Negro girl Terra, Negro boy Lewis, cow, furniture.
Remainder of estate to be divided between my other two daus, Sarah Harrison and Lovereta Young. and my son In law, William Matthews and his sister Anne Brauletta(?), Wit: John Risin, Anne Shocklet, Anne Shaklet said she saw John Woodward sign the wIll.
Depositions taken at the request of William Risen who married Mary one of the daus. of the deceased and Joseph Mcpherson who married Violetta another dau. of the deceased, after having given due and timely notice to Joseph Harrison and George Young who married Sarah and Lucretia the other daus. of the deceased. MCW 36, 35

WOODWARD, CATHERINE, Proved in Charles Co. 16 Aug, 1767
2 Sep, 1767
To son William Matthews, corn now growing with all other grain. Also my thirds that belongs to me by the estate of John Woodward, late deceased and all other properties. Ex.: son William Matthews.
Wit: Leonard Alvey, William Monro, James Bartlet. 36, 41 
Matthews, Unknown (I013458)
 
77138 WOODWARD, JOHN, Charles Co. 9 Aug, 1766 13 Sep, 1767
To wife Catherine Woodward, extx, and to her all my estate.
To dau. Mary Risen,, tract whereon she now lives, 18 acres and called the "Land of Ease"; also 34 acres adjoining being part of tract called 'Hudsons Disappointment" being all that which lies on that side of the branch called the 'Long Pen" next to her; also Negro woman Beck. And that day she the said Mary Risen shall offer to sell the said land it shall become the inheritance of my dau. Violetta,
To dau. Violetta McPherson all the rest of my land being tract of 50 acres called Molley's Chance' and remainder part of Hudson's Disappointment," being 53 acres whereon my house and plantation is.
To granddau. Sarah McPherson Negro girl Terra, Negro boy Lewis, cow, furniture.
Remainder of estate to be divided between my other two daus, Sarah Harrison and Lovereta Young. and my son In law, William Matthews and his sister Anne Brauletta(?), Wit: John Risin, Anne Shocklet, Anne Shaklet said she saw John Woodward sign the wIll.
Depositions taken at the request of William Risen who married Mary one of the daus. of the deceased and Joseph Mcpherson who married Violetta another dau. of the deceased, after having given due and timely notice to Joseph Harrison and George Young who married Sarah and Lucretia the other daus. of the deceased. MCW 36, 35
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John Woodward 96.94 CH £75.10.5 Apr 20 1768
Appraisers: Josias Adams, Thomas Perry.
Creditors: Daniel Manrow, Robert Mundell for John Glassford.
Next of kin: Sarah Harrison, Mary Risen.
Administrators: William Risen, Joseph McPherson.
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John Woodward 5,347 D CH £112.11.8 May 8 1769
Sureties: William Dunnington, William Mathews.
Legatees: Mary Risen (daughter), Violetta (daughter), Sarah Macpherson (granddaughter).
Distribution to: wife (unnamed) during her lifetime; then to children: Sarah Harrison, Lovereta Young.
Administrators: William Risen, Joseph Macpherson.
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William Mathews 103.260 CH £26.1.0 Jul 17 1770
Appraisers: Josias Adams, William Pennington.
Creditors: Joseph McPherson, Robert Mundell for John Glassford.
Next of kin: Dilater (Violetta) McPherson, William Monro.
Administratrix: Elisabeth Mathews
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Charles County Maryland Land Record Liber Z#2, 1744-1753; Page 425. At the request of Samuel Hawkins, the following indenture was recorded on Oct 10, 1750.
Oct 9, 1750 between Samuel Hawkins of CC, planter, and Dan: Macpherson Sr of CC, shoemaker. Sd Danil Macpherson apprentices his son, Joseph McPherson, minor, to sd Hawkins until his son arrives to the age of 21 years. Signed - S Hawkins, Dan:l McPherson. Wit - John Dolton, Willm Hutchison, And:w Monroe.
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Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 492. Deed of Gift_ I, John Woodward of CC, for the natural love I have for my daughter, Violetta McPherson & for divers other good causes, after my death and the death of her mother, I give Violetta a Negro girl called Terra and her future increase, to her and the heirs of her body lawfully begotten forever. Signed Apr 10, 1764 - John Woodward. Wit - Richard Adams, Joseph Adams. Recorded Jun 15, 1764,
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Charles County Land Record Book S#3, 1770-1775; Page 503.. Oct 26, 1773 from Joseph McPherson of CC, planter, and Violetta, his wife, to Daniel of Saint Thomas Jenifer, Esq, for 100 [£], a tract of land in Durham Parish in CC called Molley's Chance, containing 50 acres. Also, part of a tract of land in CC called Hudsons Disappointment, being 53 acres which was devised by John Woodard to sd Violetta McPherson by his will. money's Chance and the 53 acres are all the land that was devised by the will of sd, John Woodard to sd Violetta McPherson, in tail, which sd entail sd Violetta McPherson, with sd Joseph McPherson, her husband, did dock and barr by a common recovery at Provincial Court in Apr 1773. Signed - Joseph McPherson, Violetta (U her mark} McPherson. Wit - Dan Jenifer*, G.R. Brown*. Recorded Dec 21, 1773
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Nanjemoy or Durham Parish: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 444-462: HUDSONS DISAPPOINTMENT: 551 acres; Possession of - 551 Acres - McDaniel, Alexander: Originally called QUICK DISPATCH, Resurveyed for Alexander McDonnell, 25 Jan 1741 beginning at a pine standing on a ridge near the North line of AMSTERDAM, patented 21 Aug 1743: Other Tracts Mentioned: QUICK DISPATCH; AMSTERDAM; ; Conveyance notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, 177 Acres - George Waple from Alexander McDaniel; 14 Sept 1743,50 Acres - Archibald Philbert from Alexander McDaniel; 14 Sept 1743, 84 Acres - Thomas Hudson from Alexander McDaniel; 4 June 1745, 50 Acres - Joseph Ratcliff from Achibald Philpott [mm note; this must have been a typo by the court clerk. It should have read "Archiblad Philbert"], , 
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77139 WOODWARD, JOHN, Charles Co. 9 Aug, 1766 13 Sep, 1767
To wife Catherine Woodward, extx, and to her all my estate.
To dau. Mary Risen,, tract whereon she now lives, 18 acres and called the "Land of Ease"; also 34 acres adjoining being part of tract called 'Hudsons Disappointment" being all that which lies on that side of the branch called the 'Long Pen" next to her; also Negro woman Beck. And that day she the said Mary Risen shall offer to sell the said land it shall become the inheritance of my dau. Violetta,
To dau. Violetta McPherson all the rest of my land being tract of 50 acres called Molley's Chance' and remainder part of Hudson's Disappointment," being 53 acres whereon my house and plantation is.
To granddau. Sarah McPherson Negro girl Terra, Negro boy Lewis, cow, furniture.
Remainder of estate to be divided between my other two daus, Sarah Harrison and Lovereta Young. and my son In law, William Matthews and his sister Anne Brauletta(?),
Wit: John Risin, Anne Shocklet, Anne Shaklet said she saw John Woodward sign the wIll.
Depositions taken at the request of William Risen who married Mary one of the daus. of the deceased and Joseph Mcpherson who married Violetta another dau. of the deceased, after having given due and timely notice to Joseph Harrison and George Young who married Sarah and Lucretia the other daus. of the deceased. MCW 36, 35
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William Mathews 103.260 CH £26.1.0 Jul 17 1770
Appraisers: Josias Adams, William Pennington.
Creditors: Joseph McPherson, Robert Mundell for John Glassford.
Next of kin: Dilater (Violetta) McPherson, William Monro.
Administratrix: Elisabeth Mathews
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Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 492. Deed of Gift_ I, John Woodward of CC, for the natural love I have for my daughter, Violetta McPherson & for divers other good causes, after my death and the death of her mother, I give Violetta a Negro girl called Terra and her future increase, to her and the heirs of her body lawfully begotten forever. Signed Apr 10, 1764 - John Woodward. Wit - Richard Adams, Joseph Adams. Recorded Jun 15, 1764,
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Charles County Land Record Book S#3, 1770-1775; Page 503.. Oct 26, 1773 from Joseph McPherson of CC, planter, and Violetta, his wife, to Daniel of Saint Thomas Jenifer, Esq, for 100 [£], a tract of land in Durham Parish in CC called Molley's Chance, containing 50 acres. Also, part of a tract of land in CC called Hudsons Disappointment, being 53 acres which was devised by John Woodard to sd Violetta McPherson by his will. money's Chance and the 53 acres are all the land that was devised by the will of sd, John Woodard to sd Violetta McPherson, in tail, which sd entail sd Violetta McPherson, with sd Joseph McPherson, her husband, did dock and barr by a common recovery at Provincial Court in Apr 1773. Signed - Joseph McPherson, Violetta (U her mark} McPherson. Wit - Dan Jenifer*, G.R. Brown*. Recorded Dec 21, 1773
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Charles County Land Record Book S#3, 1770-1775; Page 627. Oct 11, 1774 from Joseph McPherson of CC, planter, to Joseph Hanson Harrison of CC, Gent:, for 20 £ and for divers other causes, a tract of land in CC called mcPhersons Discovery, bounded by land called Molly's Chance, containing about 45-1/2 acres. Signed - Joseph McPherson. Wit - Walter Hanson*, J Hawkins*. Violetta, wife of the afd Joseph McPherson, relinquiShed her right of dower. Recorded Oct 11, 1774,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Nanjemoy or Durham Parish: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 444-462: HUDSONS DISAPPOINTMENT: 551 acres; Possession of - 551 Acres - McDaniel, Alexander: Originally called QUICK DISPATCH, Resurveyed for Alexander McDonnell, 25 Jan 1741 beginning at a pine standing on a ridge near the North line of AMSTERDAM, patented 21 Aug 1743: Other Tracts Mentioned: QUICK DISPATCH; AMSTERDAM; ; Conveyance notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, 177 Acres - George Waple from Alexander McDaniel; 14 Sept 1743,50 Acres - Archibald Philbert from Alexander McDaniel; 14 Sept 1743, 84 Acres - Thomas Hudson from Alexander McDaniel; 4 June 1745, 50 Acres - Joseph Ratcliff from Achibald Philpott [mm note; this must have been a typo by the court clerk. It should have read "Archiblad Philbert"], , 
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77140 WORKS Cemetery
Owen County Cemetery #142. LOCATED: On the west side of 330 about 2 miles north of the intersection with 607 but south of Canby. TYPE: Family farm. CONDITION: Natural. GPS: 38 30 04N, 84 38 51W.


WORKS, Jackson; July 4, 1821 - Aug 20, 1892

WORKS, James W.; Jan 9, 1847 - Mar 7, 1919

WORKS, John; Sept 20, 1850 - Nov 30, 1883

WORKS, Linnie, wife of Jackson; Feb 19, 1822 - Mar 12, 1899

WORKS, M. S.; Feb 24, 1822 - ___(no data)

WORKS, Sallie J., wife of James W.; Jan 26, 1851 - June 1930

WORKS, T. H.; 1842 - Sept 6, 1846 
Works, John R. (I004373)
 
77141 Worland, John, William and Mary Parish, Chas. County, 6th Sept., 1701; 11th Nov., 1701,
To son John at majority, entire estate., real and personal, including 86 A., ""New Allsford," in Piccawaxen, or William and Mary Parish, and 150 A.,, "Docker's Delight." In event of his death unmarried or without issue, '"New Allsford" afsd. to pass to Protestant minister of William and Mary Parish, and "Docker's Delight" to pass to Thomas Whichaley and hrs.
Ex.: Thos. Whichaley afsd., who is appointed guardian of son John during minority.
Test: Ralph Shaw, Benj. Harrison, Martha Lee. 11.203,
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John Worland 21.374 I CH £29,18.0 Dec 29 1701
Appraisers: James Lattimore (also James Larrimore), Thomas Dixon.
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Cage, John, Chas. County, 2nd Feb., 1700; 13th Feb., 1700.
To cousins Benjamin and William Ward, to Nathaniel Eaty (Ely), Henry Franklin, Benjamin Flannin, John Warren, Benjamin Warren, and John Worland. Sr., personalty.
to cousin Richard Morris, ex., personalty.
Test: Wm. Howell, Samuel Burgess, Eliza. Ely. 11.92.
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John Cage 22.22 A CH £49.0.0 #12160 Dec 6 1701
The amount of the inventory is equivalent to #11760.
Received from: Nathaniell Ealy.
Payments to: Mr. White (minister), John Worland, Sr,
Legatees: Benjamin Ward, William Ward, Benjamin Fanning, Nathaniell Ealy, Henry Frank, Arthur Ealy, executor.
Executor: Robert Norrice.
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Marler, Jonathan, Charles County, 29th July, 1673; 24th Dec., 1673.
To brother John Marler, of Manchester, England, 100 A. (unnamed).
To sd brother John and to brother Samuel, all estate in England.
To Thomas Wakefield, 180 A., "Manchester."
To John Worland, 100 A. (unnamed).
Sd. Thomas Wakefield and John Worland, exs. and residuary legatees.
Test: Chris. Hitchcocks, Roger Wray, Mathew Wood. MCW 1. 561.
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Thomas Clipsham (gentleman) 8.414 I CH £81.l6.9 Oct 30 1684
Servants mentioned: Henry Thompson, James Garrat (boy).
Appraisers: John Bayne, John Worland
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber F, Page 151
13 Sep 1675; Indenture from Alise Walker, relict of James Walker, to John Worland; for 4,000 n tobacco; a tract called Docker's Delight; containing 150 acres; bounded by Doughties Land; /s/ Alise Walker (mark); wit. Thomas Clipsham, George Creedwell
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber P, Page 199
18 Jan 1674; Bill of Sale from James Walker to John Worland; for valuable consideration; a parcel of land called Dorkers Delight; /s/ James Walker (mark); wit. John Gooch, Samll Clarke; Alise Walker, relict of Robert Walker and ex. of James Walker, ack. deed in court 9 Nov 1675
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Charles County Circuit Court Land Records, Liber C#2, Page 251
4 Jul 1711; Recorded at request of Edward Ford:
12 Jun 1711; Indenture from John Worlands, planter, and Stasey his wife, to Edward Ford, cordwinder; for 3,000# tobacco; a parcel being part of a tract called Locker's Delight; bounded by George Thomas's Spring; laid out for 50 acres (the whole containing 360 acres); /s/ John Worland (mark), Stacey Worland (Mark); wit. Mary Posey (mark), Ralph Shaw, Thomas Howard
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 293-38: DOCKERS DELIGHT: 150 acres; Possession of - 150 Acres - Wicherly, John : Surveyed 21 Apr 1670 for John Walker at a Bound w. oak on the South side of a small swamp near Doughty land: Other notes - John Wicherly for John Worland, 60 Acres - George Thomas from John Worland, 19 September 1709.,150 Acres – George Scroggin from John Tawning, 8 Oct 1737, (Believe this should read James)
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 290-22: NEW ALLSFORD: 86 acres; Possession of - 86 Acres - Wickerly, John : Surveyed 25 Jan 1670 for John Worland at a Bounded Hiccory the Bounded tree of Thomas Wakefield's land.: Other Tracts Mentioned: HEN ALSOFORD; ; other notes - John Wicherly for John Worland an orphan, this land is said to lye in Zachia Manor,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 293-40: OLD ALLSFORD: 24 acres; Possession of - 24 Acres - Worrall, John : Surveyed 25 Jan 1670 for John Worland beginning at a bound Gum the bound tree of Richard Smiths land: 
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MD INDEXES (Probate Records, Colonial, Index) O, 1634-1777, SE4-15 ...
.. ACCOUNTS Oliver, Martha 1754 Anne Arundel Liber 37, folio 6.
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Crutchley, Thomas, A. A. Co., 22nd Nov., 1709; 8th Apr., 1710.
To daus. Lydia. Metcalf and Ruth Warfield, jointly and their hrs., 116 A., "Theodora's Chance" and 75 A., "Baldwin's Addition," and to sd. dau. Ruth, personalty at Richard Warfield's.
To dau. Beteros (Betros) (Crutchley), and Eliza,: (Crutchley), personalty.
To son Thomas, ex., residue of personalty and 200 A., " Crutchley 's Choice; " he dying without issue, sd. lands to pass to daus. Betreras and Eliza: afsd.
Test: John Everett, Benja. Howard, John Rattenburg. 13. 13.
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Thomas Crutchley 31.333 I £24.2.6 Jun 1 1710 Aug 26 1710
Appraisers: Edward Parrish, John Cheshire.
Creditors: John Gresham, Jr.
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Thomas Cruchley 34.37 A AA £23.5.8 Aug 18 1713
Page is torn at the amount of the inventory.
Payments to: Josiah Wilson, John Gresham, Jr., W. Bladen, Esq., Mr. Bordley, John Ratenbury.
Executor: Thomas Cruchley. 
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Thomas Crutchly 12.108 A AA £13.16.1 Jul 16 1733
Administrator: Mr. Thomas Gassaway. 
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William Oliver stated on pension app. in 1832 that he
was born abt. 1756 in Anne Arundel County, Md. and abt.
42 years ago he moved from Montgomery County, Md to
Albemarle County, Va where he lived abt. 7 years and
moved to Amherst County, Va where he lived abt. 15 years
and moved to Bedfore County, Va. Anne [Oliver]Marshall
states that her brother William Oliver was abt. 18
months older than she was and that she was married and
had children before the war broke out.


Souce:
OLIVER, WILLIAM
MD
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Note:
William Oliver. MO Middle Potomac, Lower Potomac, and Georgetown Hundred, p. 1. MSA S 1161-8-3 1/4/5/51

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