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

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77751 Thomas Cole 30.21 A £6,13,0 #2169 Jul 30 1709
The amount of the inventory also included #560.
Payments to: Richard Clark.
Administrator: Valentine Cole (administrator of Johanna Cole (administratrix of deceased)), 
Cole, Johanna MNU (I012522)
 
77752 Thomas Commons 27.72 I CA £5.0.0 Sep 25 1706
Appraisers: William Williams, Jr., John Person.
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Thomas Commons 27.78 A CA £5.0.0 E6.0.0 Sep 5 1707
Payments to: John Pearvele, Mr. William Parker, Mr. George Parker. Administrator/Executor: Daniell Sullivent. 
Commons, Thomas (I092484)
 
77753 Thomas could be the s/o Philip Jr.
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1706-17136 Order Book Part 2 - Northumberland Co Va; Hamrick: Pg 413
Northumberland County Court November 23rd, 1706
Whereas JOHN HAYNIE and HANNAH his wife late HANNAH SHAPLEIGH Administratrix of THOMAS SHAPLEIGH deceased were arrested at the Suit of PETER PRESLY Gent. for two Barrels of Indian Meal and have failed to appear to Answer the said Suit Order is therefore granted the said PRESLEY against the Sheriff for the same According to Law.
An Attachment is Awarded the Sheriff against JOHN HAYNIE and HANNAH his wife late HANNAH SHAPLEIGH Administratrix of THOMAS SHAPLEIGH deceased for Two barrels of Indian Meal and Costs returnable to the next Court. 
Shapleigh, Thomas (I071788)
 
77754 Thomas Crane and Elizabeth Ensor m. 16 Sep 1707 Family F38328
 
77755 Thomas Crompton 27.200 A CA £5399.12.0 £96.10.6 Dec 2 1749
The amount of the accounts also included £77.7.9 in sterling, £1610.8.6 in gold, & #13132.
Received from: John Marcus, John Hardisty, Fergus Keugh, William Wood, John Smith, Roger Brooke, Jr., William Malden, Alexander Swan, Joseph Isacke, William Miller, Sr., John Skinner, William Turner, Rousby Miller, Robert Kendall, Elisabeth Stennet, John Askew, Thomas Gray, William Spelman, James Dotson, Roger Boyce, Aaron Williams, Nicholas Swormstedt, Edward Wood, William Hardisty, William Dever, George Gallimore, John Wood, Jr., William Harris, John Hance, James Radfern, Calvert County per James Somervil, Stephen Dickenson, Joseph Freeman, Benjamin Tacker, Esq., William Slyer James Kingsbury, Elias Smith, Basil Brook, Sr., Richard Turner, Sophua Leach, George
Thompson, John Banister, Benjamin Hall, John Grover, Sr., Jer. Cox, Silvester Boyle, Nathaniel Buckmaster, Benjamin Wood, Sr., William Harrison, Jos. Hardisty, Math. Spickernoll, Priscilla Robinson, James Brinkley, Samuel Robinson, William Whittington, Sr., William Willmott, Anne Broome, John Wade, John Gray, John Millis, Thomas Ireland, Ben. Freeland, Dinah Catterton, Benjamin Hance, Thomas Norfolk, Thomas Chambers, Jr., Constant Young, Phill. Leach, Henry House, Jr., James Yoe, Sarah Taney, Charles Lake, Clerna Winnall, Jane Charlton, Thomas Williams, Isaac Clare, Anna Sedgwicke, Michael Taney, John Bradey, John Brooke, Christopher Hance, James Mackall, Sarah Maldin, William Lyon, John Taylor, Michael Devorn, John Young, Jr., William Kia, John Norfolk, Henry Harrison, William Dawkins, Jr., Anne Holt, John Bradey, Jr., Josua Hardisty, James Godsgrace, John Wood (innkeeper), John Lynch, Elisabeth Young, Bacor Long, Caesar Jones, Richard Dever, James Hellin, Gabriel Parker, Thomas Charleton, Daniel Rawlings, James Holt, James Whittington, Benjamin Gardiner, Thomas Ireland, Jr., John Freeman, William Quarry, Henry Wilson, Parker Young, Joseph Skinner, Edward Gantt, James Wardrop, John Jefferson, Samuel Slyer Joseph Wilson, James Leach, Josia Fowler, Henry Howse, James Kershaw, Thomas Poor, George Howard, Thomas Cullimber, Edward Hughs, John spickernoll, William Weems, Ellis Slater, Mary Parker, Anne Williams, Thomas Hardacer, William Cardr Richard Hall, John Davis, Sarah Ogilsby, Thomas
Robinson, George Denton, Thomas Reynolds, Rachel Hornby, Abram Griffin, administrator of Jessey Bowers, James Oyston, John Oyston, James Bowen, Josua Sedgwick, Eleanor Hollyday, Thomas Reyneson, Richard Pearce, Elisabeth Leach, Luke Dowell, Ben. Elt, Elinor Kent, Leonard Skinner, James John McKall, Sarah Brooke, Robert Gilly, William Williams (carpenter), Leonard Decons, Francis Hutchins, Dinah Hasset, Gabriel Parker, Jr., Elisabeth Morris, John Price, Rebecca Young, James Skinner, John Cox, Jos. Lewis, Samuel Peacock, Abram Johns, Abram Barnes, Joseph (page torn), George Gordon, Richard Roberts, Robert Yoe, William Dawkins, Sr., James Denton, Thomas Brome, William Patterson, Thomas Sedgwicks, John James, John Mackall, Robert Sapp, Henry Darnall, Francis Bond, Roger Brooke, Catherine Edmonds, Anne Pardie, Charles Bowen, Thomas King, John Buchanan, Clement Creycroft, Anne Ballenger, Benjamin Sedgwick, Anne Brooker John Broome, Kensy Freeman, James Duke, Joseph Hall, John Gray, Jacob Stallings, Jr., Michael Catterton, John Davis Scarff, John Wilkinson, John Robinson, Jr., Thomas Richardson, Thomas Wilson, Thomas Britton, John Laurence, John Philpott & Co., Samuel Hyde, Robert Lee, Charles Dorring, John Hall, Thomas Reader, Phill. Dorsey, Thomas King, Thomas Devasin, Thomas Sears, Thomas Freeman, William Bond, Basil Brooke, William Tysor, John Dotson, Elisabeth Buttinger, John Rousby, Elisabeth Hutchins, Samuel Griffin, Richard Molineux, Mary Edmonds, James Duke, Richard Young, Jr., Feilder Parker, William Steuard, Samuel Harrison, John Ellis, Jasper Floyde, John Tucker, Benjamin Hance, Jr., George Freeman, Jr., Phill. Key, George Young, John Howell, James Sawell, Daniel Frazer, Obid Dixon, John Barker, John Young, John Leach, John Stennett, Thomas Taney, Mary Robinson, John James, Mary Wood, Joseph Yongo, William Fowler, Michael Fassett, Thomas Atterbury, Thomas Cranford, Kent Stallings, John Grover, Jr., Thomas Hutchins, Margaret Perry, Henry Scarff, Isaac Rawlings, Thomas Culimber, Jr., Richard Goodwin, Phill. Wilkinson, Littleton Waters, George Freeman, Dr. James Somervell, John Crane, Samuel King, Charity Whittington, William Jones, John Wenman, William Brinkley, Thomas Dorsonby, Sarah Bates, John Ogilsby, George Maxwell, William Sellers.
Payments to: Dr. John Hamilton, John Galloway, John Wardrop, Richard Bennett, Esq., John Skinner, Michael Catterton, John Sprigg, Phill. Allingharn, John Doggatr John Gale, Anthony Gusham (?), Dr. Richard Johns, William Kidd, John Cooke, James Williamson, Richard Young, William Carter, George Tarvin, Dr. James Somervill, Samuel Harrison, William Bond, Thomas Clark (attorney), Elisabeth Darr for allowance from County which deceased has credit per Dr. Somervill, Daniel Dulany, Esq., MM Clark, Dorsey & Harrison.
Payments to (in equal amounts): Edward Gant who married Elisabeth Wheeler, Roger Wheeler (his portion of his father's (unnamed) estate).
Administrators: James Weems and his wife Mary Weems.
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Robert Wheeler 15.132 A CA £2494.8.4 Aug 30 1736
Received from: executor of Capt. Burbydges, John Hanbury, administrator of Hugh Arbuthnot, Danniell Lamport.
Payments to: Edward Burch, Deberah Hill, William Holland, Wharton Brooke & Guy per Ephraim Gover, John Norfolk, Walter Smith, William Dawkins, Jr., Charles Calvert, Esq., Thomas Cockshutt, Gabriell Parker.
Distribution to: widow (unnamed, 1/3). Residue to (children): Roger, Elisabeth Wheeler.
Administratrix: Mary Wilkinson.
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William Jones 76.325 CA £130.6.9 Sep 16 1760 Dec 4 1761
Appraisers: Joseph Kent, Samuel Austin.
Creditors: Roger Wheeler, Jonathon Slater.
Next of kin: Margaret Edmonds.
Administratrix: Elisabeth Joanes. 
Wheeler, Roger (I024063)
 
77756 Thomas Crooke (pleusterer) 7A.241 I CA #37840 Jul 20 1680
Appraisers: C. Boteler, Simon Wooton.
List of debts: Dr. Simon Wotton, Samuell Copeland, Edward Wood, Thomas Arnold 
Crooke, Thomas (I090476)
 
77757 Thomas Crowe 35A.106 I AA £7.9.0 {1713}
Appraisers: James Sanders, Robert Ward. 
Crow, Thomas (I109562)
 
77758 Thomas Curtis dyed March ye 7th & was buried March ye 9. 1726. Curtis, Thomas (I116257)
 
77759 Thomas D. Marlow & Margaret Clagett 3-10-1787 Family F07141
 
77760 Thomas Davies and Anne Gross (Grace) m. 7 Apr 1708. Family F39802
 
77761 Thomas Davis 28.120 A CH £35.11.0 £19.1.8 May 5 1708
Payments to: John Bird, Mr. Edward Howard, Mr. Taney, Thomas Ruth. Administratrix: Honner Hagerty, wife of John Hagerty. 
Haggarty, John (I077232)
 
77762 Thomas Davis dyed January y'' 10 & was buried January y" 13. 1716. Davis, Thomas (I090224)
 
77763 Thomas Davis, Sr., will, made in 1743 but not probated until 1749 shows that Thomas Davis had accumulated a good estate. He names his good wife Mary, to whom is given all his personal estate. He names his grandson; "to Caleb Davis (son of Richard), I give the lands (called 'Duvall's Delight'-200 acres) where his mother, Ruth (Warfield) Davis Now lives.(Richard was then dead, having died AUG 4 1743); to son Thomas, 'Laswell's Hopewell.'; to son John, 'Davistone' and 'Whats Left' adjoining; to son Samuel, lands in Prince George's County; To son Robert, 'Ranters Ridge'; to son Francis, 'Pearl' out of 'Diamond' and 'Davis Addition' from 'Grimstone'. Wife, Mary, and sons John and Francis were Executors. Personal estate, after death of wife, to go equally to five sons and five daughters.
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Richard Davis 29.92 AA £511.18.1 Nov 2 1743 Feb 15 1743
Appraisers: Richard Snowden, Joshua Dorsey.
Creditors: John Corlcott, Thomas Davis, Jr.
Next of kin: Thomas Davis (father), Francis Davis (brother).
Executrix: Ruth Davis.
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19 January 1755 - Anne Arundel County
John DAVIS & Francis DAVIS, Adms of Thomas DAVIS, Sr.
Sureties - John SAPPINGTON & Richard SAPPINGTON
Reps are all of age and all paid off
Reps - Elizabeth BROWN, widow of Thomas DAVIS, the son "out of the province"
Samuel DAVIS, the son of Thomas DAVIS, Sr. "out of the province" 
Davis, Thomas (I066305)
 
77764 Thomas Day and Mary parents of Lusecresha Day dau b. 27 Mar 1696. Day, Lucretia (I066460)
 
77765 Thomas Deale 7.230 CH £28.18.10 {1720}
Appraisers: Timothy Makal, James Young.
Creditors: Benjamin Pagett, Henry Allen. 
Deale, Thomas (I093920)
 
77766 Thomas Deaver 25.233 BA £93.11.3 May 10 1740 Oct 4 1740
Appraisers: Samuel Webster, Michael Gilbert.
Creditors: Roger Matthews.
Next of kin: Richard Deaver, Sr., Richard Deaver, Jr.
Administratrix: Deborah Deaver.
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Thomas Deaver 24.70 A BA £22.17.1 Jul 27 1747
Payments to: John Paca, Samuel Webster, fees in suit against Edward .Mariartee (since dead).
List of debts (unrecoverable): John Preble, Mrs. Stokes, George stokes, Margret Richard, Thomas Dunnawin, William Dougherty, Parker Hall, Robert Savers, Daniel Ruff, Alexander Maccomus, John Timmons, John Evans, Samuel Pritchard, Gilbert Crockett, John Moss, Capt. Stokes, Dr. Wakeman, Capt. Cawthren, Edward Mariartee, Col. Hall, James Fowler, John Peloge.
Administratrix: Deborah Maccomus, wife of Alexander Maccomus, Jr. 
Deavour, Thomas (I088276)
 
77767 Thomas Dent Sr. (c1715->1788) was a freeholder of Newport West Hundred, Charles County, Maryland (near present day Dentsville), who likely had a substantial family. Researchers have yet to find, however, any of the standard sources, such as birth records or probate records, that would typically be used to prove his family composition. In the absence of such sources, his family must be reconstructed through a patchwork of other sources. A key to this reconstruction is a group of Dents found living in close association in southeast Franklin County, Virginia, from the late 1780's. The table below summarizes key information about Thomas Sr.'s known or suspected children (for specific sources for the below information, see the linked chronological summaries): http://members.aol.com/lewilde76/genmain/dent/john1/john2/thos3_narr.html

Birth
[c1715? Newport W Hundred (Hd) Charles Co MD (Chas Co): Thomas Dent born; father John Dent, mother possibly Catherine ----- (see narrative article on John Dent son of John1)]

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Mar 1738/39 Chas Co: Thomas Dent presented his servant Edward Duelan in court to be adjudged of his runaway time, and made oath in court that said servant had unlawfully absented his service 28 days and that he had expended 480 lbs of tobacco in taking him up; it was then adjudged by the court that said servant serve his said master four days for each one of his runaway time aforesaid and six months for the expences aforesaid «Chas Co Ct Prcdgs (ChCP) T2:532» [the only other known Thomas Dent in or near Chas Co during this time frame was Thomas Dent {Thomas3, William2,Thomas1}, who was a resident of Stafford Co VA (just over Potomac River from Chas Co)]

Movt
[by 1742: Chas Co court records suggest Thomas Dent may have moved from Newport W Hd and lived for a number of years in Port Tobacco W Hd]

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8 Jun 1742 Chas Co: grand jury presented Thomas Dent for breach of the peace by information of Thomas Mudd and John Stromatt [both residents of Port Tobacco W Hd]; also presented William Maddox on same charge by same informants. 10 Aug 1742 Chas Co: in case of Lord Proprietary vs Thomas Dent for breach of peace, Thomas, in custody of sheriff, came before the court in his proper person and protested that he was in no wise guilty of the charges but that he would not contest them, whereupon he was fined 2s 6d; William Dement [of Newport W Hd] came into court as pledge and security for paying the fine and costs; Thomas paid fine in court; proceedings against William Maddox exactly the same, with Ralp(h) Shaw as his pledge and security. «ChCP X2:372,431» [the informants being from Port Tobacco W Hd tends to place the infraction there, while Thomas' surety being from Newport W Hd appears to tie Thomas back to his native neighborhood]

Marr
[c1742-44?: Thomas Dent probably married a dau (first name unknown) of John Manning {Joseph1} (1678-1735), of Port Tobacco W Hd, and Mary Wade (1687-aft 1744) {Richard2, Zachariah1}; following factors point to a surname of Manning for his wife and the mother of most if not all of his children:


Thomas' elder brother Michael Dent probably married a dau of John Manning


Thomas was probably residing in Port Tobacco W Hd about the time of his marriage


One of Thomas' probable sons was John M[anning] Dent, who had children named John M[anning?] Dent, Temple Manning Dent and Thomas "Mannon" Dent


Joseph Manning {Richard3,John2,Joseph1} was a witness to the 1783 will of Thomas' son-in-law Hezekiah Farrand; Thomas Dent and Joseph Manning were sureties for Hezekiah Farrand's executors, widow Mary Farrand and her brother Henry Dent {son of Thomas}; within about three years Mary was remarried to Walter McGregor, who was probably a resident of Port Tobacco W Hd


Thomas' son Henry Dent purchased part of the old Manning family plantation in 1790 from Walter Manning {John3,John2, Joseph1}; he also bought land in 1812 from Richard Manning {prob Joseph4,Richard3,John2,Joseph1}

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[Note: there are no probate records of any type known to exist for Thomas, and there are no vital records known to exist for any of his children, so his family must be reconstructed from other sources; for details, see narrative article "The Family of Thomas Dent Sr. of Newport Hundred, Charles County, Maryland"] http://members.aol.com/lewilde76/genmain/dent/john1/john2/thos3_narr.html

Son
18 Sep 1745 [Chas Co]: William [Dent] of Thomas born «"Dent Family Prayer Book"» [probable eldest son surviving or remaining in Chas Co, since he inherited Thomas' plantation]

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Mar 1746/47 Chas Co: in case of Lord Proprietary vs Henry Davis of Chas Co [probably of Durham Par], planter, said Henry came into court together with John Sanders his "mainpernor" [probably one required to ensure the presence of a charged person into court]; was charged with a trespass and a breach of the peace in breaking the cellar door of Richard Coffer and committing sundry other misdeamenors in the dwelling house of said Coffer in company with Henry Woodyard, Robert Haislip and John Delozier; the said Henry declared that he was in no wise guilty of the charges but that he would not contest them, whereupon he was fined 40s; Thomas Dent of Chas Co planter came into court as pledge and security for paying the fine and costs «ChCP Vol41:(10-)15»

Son?
[c1750? Chas Co: Thomas Dent born (in Chas Co records during 1777-78 as Thomas Dent Jr; possibly was eldest son; probably moved out of Chas Co or died c1780)]

Son?
[c1753? Chas Co: Walter Dent born]

Movt
[by 1753: Thomas Dent Sr returned to his native Newport W Hd]

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13 Jun 1753 Chas Co: John Dent {elder brother} and Mary his wife sold to Thomas Dent for 5000 lbs tobacco "unto ... Thomas Dent his heirs of his body lawfully begotten for ever and if the said Thomas Dent should die without such heirs to return to the next heir at law ..." 150A of "Dent's Inheritance" [wording suggests Thomas was heir to the land he was receiving]. 30 Jun 1753 Chas Co: John Dent and Mary his wife acknowledged deed. 14 Jul 1753 Chas Co: deed recorded at request of Thomas Dent. «Chas Co Deed Bk (ChD) A3:111»

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1754-74 Chas Co: debt books list Thomas Dent with 150A of "Dent's Inheritance"

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22 Oct 1755 Trinity Par Chas Co: vestrymen and church wardens met at newly built parish church, at which time a large number of Protestant freeholders of the parish met according to notice and declared their desire to have pews distributed through lottery scheme proposed by parish vestry; those present included church warden Hatch Dent, and freeholders Thos Dent, Michael Dent, Peter Dent, Benjamin Dent and John Dent Senr «Trinity Par Vestry Prcdgs (TPVP)»

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31 May 1756 Trinity Par: 1/3 of pew no. 20 assigned to Thos Dent, who paid £0.13.4; 2/3 of pew no. 20 assigned to Hatch Dent and Peter Dent, who paid £1.6.8 «TPVP»

Son
[c1756 Chas Co: Henry Dent born (known as Henry Dent of Thomas as adult)]

Dau
[c1758 Chas Co: Mary Dent born (first husband Hezekiah Farrand in his 1783 will named his wife's brother Henry Dent and his wife Mary as his executors)]

Son
[c1760 Chas Co: Samuel Dent born (see 1783 Chas Co tax list record below)]

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Aug 1760 Trinity Par: following on list of parishioners contributing to aid sufferers from Boston fire, with amounts given: Hatch Dent with £0.11.3, John Dent Jr {son of Hatch} with £0.3.4, Benjamin Dent with £0.7.6, John Dent with £0.7.6, Michael Dent with £0.7.6, and Thomas Dent with £0.7.6 «Calendar of Md St papers, Black Bk series #1010 X, 132»

Son?
[c1762? Chas Co: John M[anning] Dent born]

Dau?
[c1765? Chas Co: Jane Dent born (possibly had younger siblings)]

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c1766 Chas Co: goods and chattels of Andrew Hilton decd appraised by Thomas Dent and Hatch Dent (inventory presented in court 15 May 1766) «Prerog Ct of MD Invy Bk (PCI) 90:69»

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Jun 1766 Chas Co: Thomas Dent served as a grand juror in county court «ChCP N3:771»

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[1777 Chas Co: Thomas Dent Sr not on county-wide militia list, though Thomas Dent Jr is listed (indicates Thomas Dent Sr probably over 50 at the time) [published in Clements and Wright, "Maryland Militia in the Revolutionary War"]

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Aug 1777 Chas Co: Thomas Dent on list of grand jurors for Aug court session «ChCP X3:566»

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7 Aug 1777 Chas Co: John Dent {elder brother} and Mary his wife sold to Thomas Dent 14A of "Dent's Addition" «ChD V3:203»

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Early 1778 Newport W Hd Chas Co: Thomas Dent Sr on constable's list of men over 18 years of age «ChCP X3:630-640»

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9 Mar 1778 Chas Co: Thomas Dent took oath of fidelity to State of MD before magistrate Daniel Jenifer. 10 Apr 1778 Chas Co: Thomas Dent took oath before magistrate Joshua Sanders [of Bryantown Hd]. «ChCP X3:641-651» [one oathtaker was probably Thomas Sr and the other was probably Thomas Jr, but cannot say which is which]

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5 Jul 1778 Chas Co: Thomas Dent [possibly Jr vice Sr], Joseph Waters of James and James Waters witnesses to will of Benjamin Dent. 15 Aug 1778 Chas Co: same three witnesses gave oath at probate. «Chas Co Will Bk (ChW) AF7:207»

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1779 Trinity Par: Thomas Dent Sr on list of subscribers to parish from "West Hundred"; listed for one subscription and 120 lbs of tobacco total contribution [probably actually four subscriptions (each poll was 30 lbs each): himself, and possibly single sons 16&<21 Samuel and John, and possibly possible grandson Dent Hamblin; Thomas Jr was not listed; William, Walter and Henry were listed separately)] «TPVP»

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1780 Trinity Par: Thomas Dent Sr on account (a "list (of subscribers) given in to collect") of Capt Hezekiah Dent {prob nephew, of Newport W Hd} for 120 (lbs of tobacco) «TPVP» [Note: this is the last known reference to a Thomas Sr or Jr; Thomas Jr probably left county or died (although no reference appears in Chas Co probate records) by or shortly after this date]

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19 May 1781 Chas Co: Bennett Dyson, Michael Dent and Thomas Dent witnesses to will of Hatch Dent Sr. 10 Sep 1781 Chas Co: same three witnesses gave oath at probate; letters testamentary on estate of Hatch Dent Sr granted to Hezekiah Dent, his son and executor, who posted £1000 bond with Thomas Dent and Michael Dent his sureties. «ChW AF7:665,681»

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1783 2nd Dist (Newport E and W Hds) Chas Co: Thomas Dent on tax list with following assessment: 150A of "Dent's Inheritance", containing dwelling house, and 14A of "Dent's Addition", all valued at £410; 6 slaves valued at £184; 3 horses and 10 black cattle valued at £42; other property valued at £45; total amount of £681; and tax assessment total of £6.16.2; listed with 6 white inhabitants in household [himself, possibly his wife, John, Jane, possibly Dent Hamblin and other unknown]; Henry Dent and Samuel Dent were listed as single men with no assessed property immediately after Thomas, which in this list consistently indicated that they were living in Thomas' household (William Dent and Walter Dent were listed in separate households)

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19 Apr 1783 Chas Co: letters testamentary on estate of Hezekiah Farrand granted to Mary Farrand {widow} [in Hezekiah's will Henry Dent, identified as his wife's brother, was also named executor, but he was not named in this record], who posted £200 bond with Thomas Dent and Joseph Manning {Richard3,John2,Joseph1} as her sureties «ChW AG8:146»

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[by 1786 Chas Co: Thomas Dent possibly gave a young negro to probable dau Jane, who had married Joseph Broady, prior to their departure for Henry Co VA; in Joseph Broady's first entry in Henry Co tax lists in 1786, he was listed as "Broadway Joseph & 1 Young Negroe" (by his next tax entry in 1788 in Franklin Co VA, Joseph no longer possessed this black); since Joseph appeared to have come from a relatively poor family, receiving it from his father-in-law is the best possibility]

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26 Mar 1787 Chas Co: Thomas Dent and Joseph Manning named as securities on final account on estate of Hezekiah Farrand, decd, filed by Henry Dent, executor, Walter McGregor and Mary his wife (formerly Farrand), executrix [Thomas probably did not appear in court on this date, but was merely listed as surety] «ChW AH9:344»

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5 May 1788 Trinity Par: Thomas Dent on account of John Cooksey to vestry of parish for sundries collected by Cooksey as per list; had paid 28 (lbs of tobacco) «TPVP I:199»

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[c1789? Chas Co: Thomas Dent probably conveyed his entire landed estate, consisting of 150A of "Dent's Inheritance" and 14A of "Dent's Addition", to his son William Dent; this conveyance has not been found in Chas Co deed records, but the 1798 Federal tax list and later deeds indicate that William did have sole possession of the lands (see William Dent chrono)]

Movt?
[1789-90: Thomas Dent's probable youngest son John M. Dent probably moved from Chas Co to Franklin Co VA (Frkln Co) (where he first appeared in tax lists in Nov 1790), joining probable siblings Walter Dent and Samuel Dent, probable brother-in-law Joseph Broady, and possible nephew Dent Hamblin; it is possible that Thomas Dent accompanied his son to Frkln Co at this time, although no reflection of Thomas Dent appeared in Frkln Co tax lists (he would have exceeded the age for the poll tax)]

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[1790 Chas Co: Thomas Dent not a household head in census; also does not appear to have been enumerated in households of William Dent, Henry Dent or Walter McGregor, his known family remaining in Chas Co]

Death
[aft 1788 unknown place: Thomas Dent died (1788 was last known record; could have died in Chas Co or possibly in Frkln Co; there are no known probate records for Thomas Dent; he possibly completely distributed his property to his children prior to his death, removing the need to go through probate)]
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Charles County Court Records, June 1742 Court, Liber T#2, Page 372.
We also present William Maddox for a breach of the peace, by information of Thomas Mudd and John Stromatt.
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Charles County Land Records 1775-1782; Liber V#3; Page 203. Aug 7, 1777 from John Dent of CC, planter, to Thomas Dent of CC, for 28 £, part of a tract of land in CC called Dents Addition, bounded by the edge of Gilbert Swamp main Run, 'containing and laid out for about 14 acres. Signed - John Dent. Wit - John Parnham, Joshua Sanders. Recorded Aug 11, 1777.
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Wicomico: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 432-393: DENTS ADDITION: 40 acres; Possession of - 40 Acres - Dent, George, Col: Surveyed 30 Nov 1730 for Col George Dent.: - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, 
Dent, Thomas (I008509)
 
77768 thomas died leaving no children, curryoman, the family seat went to orrick, the heir at law, eldest son of William who married miss corbin

https://www.jstor.org/stable/1915931?seq=2#page_scan_tab_contents 
Chilton, Thomas (I114199)
 
77769 Thomas Dines 7A.305 B CH #1400 Feb 16 1679
Appraisers: Thomas Baker, Joseph Cornell.
Distribution to: orphans (unnamed).
Administratrix/Executrix: Mary Roberson (relict).
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Hunt, Katharine, 6th July, 1651; 21st Sept., 1651.
To 2 child. of dau. Edmonds, to granddau. Susanna , and sons William and Thomas Daynes, personalty. If dau. (unnamed) survive testatrix, to be residuary legatee; if not, George Mee to be residuary legatee.
Exs.: Son Thos. Daynes and Geo. Mee.
Test: Edmond Worrell, Abraham Pope. 1. 30 
Daynes, Thomas (I032917)
 
77770 Thomas Doxen 8.496 I SM £136.19.9 Sep 24 1685 Nov 28 1685
Appraisers: Charles Egerton, Richard Attwood.
List of debts: Mr. John Pinke, John Woodhouse, Charles Smith, John Green, Robert Davis, Lewellin. 
Doxen, Thomas (I090551)
 
77771 Thomas Ethington {sic} Edrington Edrington, Thomas (I035083)
 
77772 Thomas Evans 10.368 A £30.18.0 {1693}
Payments to: Mr. George Plater, Robert Blade & wife (unnamed), Robert Drury, Elisabeth Court, John Hill, John Skinner, Benjamin Hopson, Richard Newman, John Wheatly, Robert Bailey, Michaell Raily, William Dent, Peter Peake, Thomas Beale, Robert Drurey, Phillip Clark, Dr. Sample.
Administratrix: Sarah Evans. 
Evans, Thomas (I071123)
 
77773 Thomas Evins 7.78 A TA £8.4.7 £8.4.1 Sep 1 1725
Payments to: Robert tingle, Esq., Thomas Bozman (accountant), Michael Howard, Esq., Dr. Evin Jones.
Administrator: Thomas Bozman
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HARDING, HENRY, Talbot County, planter. 18 Feb,, 1745/6
14 Mar, 1745
To bro. JOS. HARDING, 400 pounds tobacco.
To bro. WILLIAM HARDING, stock.
Wife ELIZABETH extx.
Wit: Even Jones, Samuel Abbot 24. 335 
Jones, Evan (I031689)
 
77774 Thomas Evins 9.40 A CA £84.13.6 #1322 Jul 6 1686
Payments to: John Scott, Mr. George Parker.
Mentions: "no children of deceased alive".
Administratrix: Ellinor Spicer (widow). 
Evans, Thomas (I090592)
 
77775 Thomas Fairbrother and Mary parents of Thomas Fairbrother son b. 10 Jan 1722.
Thomas Ffairbrother and May parents of Deborah Ffairbrother dau b. 11 Nov 1728. 
Fairbrother, Thomas (I100438)
 
77776 Thomas Fairfax 16.30 B CA #3010 Jun 12 1698
Payments to: J. Goldsborough, John Broadhurst, Charles Joy, John Mills.
Administrator: Nathaniell Cooper (also Thomas Cooper). 
Fairfax, Thomas (I060814)
 
77777 Thomas Farrant/Farrand 60.135 CH £29.0.4 Dec 14 1754 Jan 24 1755
Appraisers: Matthew Compton, Hezekiah Briscoe.
Creditors: Violetta Smith, George Maxwell.
Next of kin: Esther Farrand, John Farrand.
Administratrix: Susanna Farrand. 
Farrand, Thomas (I101143)
 
77778 Thomas Fenley was the Executor of the estate of his brother, William Fenley, who died in PG Co in 1791; and he and his brother, James, were the only heirs.

There are those on Roots Web who list one of Eleazer Lanham's children as Chloe Lanham m. ________ Finley. William Fenley b. Feb 24, 1761, in King George's (St. John's) was a son of Charles Fenley, Jr. and Martha Bayne. This is William Fenley's will with no mention of Chloe:

William Fenley's Will : In the name of God Amen. I William Fenley of Prince Georges County in the State of Maryland, Mariner - - - give and bequeath unto my two Brothers, Thomas Fenley and James Fenley, all my Estate both real and personal to be equally divided between them. I Constitute make and Ordain my Brother Thomas Fenley sole Executor of this my last will --" . The will was witnessed on July 2, 1791 by Charles Bayne, John Dent Moreland & Eleazor (Ealy) Lanham.
The will was probated in Prince Georges County Nov. 15, 1791 and certified by Sam Tyler.
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PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, MARYLAND WILLS; Liber T No. #1; 1784-1789;
Folio 231 CHARLES TENLY (mm:FENLEY) 12/20/ 1785 02/14/1785
"being in a weak and low condition ..."
Bequeaths to;
1. Charles B. Tenley --son
-to have Negro boy "Jack"
-to have 1 bed and furn., 1 cow and calf
2. John B. Tenly, --son
-to have Negro fellow "George"
-to have 1 cow and calf
3, Martha Tenly --daughter
-to have Negro girl "Jean"
-to have 1 bed and funk., and I cow and calf
4. Thomas Tenley --son
-to have Negro boy "'Isack"
-to have I bed and furn.. and 1 cow and calf
5. James Tenly --son
-to have 1 Negro girl "Cassey"
-to have 1 bed and furn., I cow and calf
6. Mary Tenley --daughter
-to have Negro girl "Henny"
-to have 1 bed and furn., and 1 cow and calf
7. Martha Tenley --wife
-named executor along w/ son Thomas and instructed to sell that tract of land William Bayne and testator purchased in Virginia and which tract of land testator holds Bayne's bond--and the money from the sale to be given to testator's son Charles
-to have the remainder of the estate for her widowhood or natural life
8. William Tenley --son
Ann Boswell --daughter
-after widow's decease or remarriage, the remainder of the estate to be divided among all of testator's children
9. William Bayne
James Hawkins
-named trustees along w/ Charles B. Tenley
Witnesses: John Addison, John Bayne, Zachariah M. Wade
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Prince George's County MD Will Book Liber T No. #1
1790-1796;
Folio 343 CHARLES B. FENLEY 05/13/1787 07/20/1'794
"being in perfect health ..."
Bequeaths to:
I. Michael Thorn
-to have all of the estate both real and persona]
-named executor of the will
Witnesses: Robert G. Bincham, Washer Blunt, William Tenley
Then came; Fairfax County, Virginia, Michael Thorn
Note: the testator signed the will in his own hand 
Fenley, William (I008855)
 
77779 Thomas Fenley was the Executor of the estate of his brother, William Fenley, who died in PG Co in 1791; and he and his brother, James, were the only heirs.
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PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, MARYLAND WILLS; Liber T No. #1; 1784-1789;
Folio 231 CHARLES TENLY (mm:FENLEY) 12/20/ 1785 02/14/1785
"being in a weak and low condition ..."
Bequeaths to;
1. Charles B. Tenley --son
-to have Negro boy "Jack"
-to have 1 bed and furn., 1 cow and calf
2. John B. Tenly, --son
-to have Negro fellow "George"
-to have 1 cow and calf
3, Martha Tenly --daughter
-to have Negro girl "Jean"
-to have 1 bed and funk., and I cow and calf
4. Thomas Tenley --son
-to have Negro boy "'Isack"
-to have I bed and furn.. and 1 cow and calf
5. James Tenly --son
-to have 1 Negro girl "Cassey"
-to have 1 bed and furn., I cow and calf
6. Mary Tenley --daughter
-to have Negro girl "Henny"
-to have 1 bed and furn., and 1 cow and calf
7. Martha Tenley --wife
-named executor along w/ son Thomas and instructed to sell that tract of land
William Bayne and testator purchased in Virginia and which tract of land testator
holds Bayne's bond--and the money from the sale to be given to testator's son
Charles
-to have the remainder of the estate for her widowhood or natural life
8. William Tenley --son
Ann Boswell --daughter
-after widow's decease or remarriage, the remainder of the estate to be divided among
all of testator's children
9. William Bayne
James Hawkins
-named trustees along w/ Charles B. Tenley
Witnesses: John Addison, John Bayne, Zachariah M. Wade 
Fenley, James (I008863)
 
77780 Thomas Ffield and Ann Douglas m. Sep 1696 Family F12233
 
77781 Thomas Finch 3.211 A PG £14.7.2 £16.7.0 Aug 26 1720
Received from: Morph. Ward.
Payments to: Phil'. Lee due to Murphy Ward, Samuell Magruder.
Legal representatives: widow (unnamed), 2 sons (unnamed).
Administratrix: Mary Finch (widow), now wife of Thomas Davis. 
Davis, Thomas (I067228)
 
77782 Thomas Fisher 7A.13 I DO #12442 Apr 3 1680
Appraisers: John Kirke, Thomas Flowers. 
Fisher, Thomas (I074765)
 
77783 Thomas Gerrard 28 Copper Smith & Brazier "

Anne " 33 His Wife "

Emigrants from England , Page 78 URL: http://www.familytreemaker.com/_glc_/1661/1661_78.html
Title: Emigrants from England , Page 78 
Family F01564
 
77784 Thomas Grace 34.122 I SM £52.8.9 Apr 30 1713
Appraisers: William Hiles, James Biscoe.
Approvers: John Woolbur, Edward Horne.
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Thomas Grace 38B.11 A SM £52.8.9 £25.13.1 May 12 1716
Payments to: Anne Brierly, Mr. Henry Lowe, Samuel Barber, Anne Mallony, Edward Horne, Susanna Mason, William Johnson, Michael Herbert, Amy Baker, Mr. Vansweringen on account of Mr. Stoddert, Dr. John Seager, Mr. Henry Lowe due Col. Lowe.
Administratrix: Dorothy Grace.
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Thomas Grace 2.195 A SM £60.12.8 £29.5.5 Jun 31 1719
Payments to: Col. William Asquith, Esq. Bladen, Mr. Low, Susanna Grace (her part), William Doxey, John Baker.
Administrator: James Briscoe. 
Grace, Thomas (I093006)
 
77785 Thomas Graves was born 1580 in Derbyshire, England and died 1635-1636 in Accomack County, Virginia Catherine Croshaw was born 1596 in Ireland and died after 1636, presumably in Accomack County, Virginia They were married 1610 in Ireland.

It was Anne Graves, Verlinda's sister, who married first, William Cotton about July, 1637 (d. 1740 in VA); second, Nathaniel Eaton in 1642 (died by 1657); and third, Francis Doughty, 6/8/1657.

Nathaniel Eaton was the first Principal of Harvard University. "Shortly before 6/19/1638, Nathaniel Eaton, first Master of the College, moved with his family from Charlestown into a house in the Yard. By September 17, he had already assembled and begun teaching the first freshman class of nine. (The Harvard Guide: hno.harvard.edu/guide/students/stu6.html).

Marriage Contract 6/8/1657 of Rev. Francis Doughty to Anne (Graves) Cotton Eaton, b. 1620; d. 1683; widow 1st of Rev. William Cotton and second of Rev. Nathaniel Eaton and dau. of Capt. Thomas and Catherine Graves; removed from Accomac Co. to Old Rappahannock Co. and then to Charles County, Maryland; he resided in Mass., NY, and VA; she was his second wife. (Marriages of Some Virginia Residents, 1607-1800 by Dorothy Wulfeck).
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Mrs Anne Doughty 9.30 I [CH] £41.17,10 Jul 29 1683
Appraisers: Robert Potts, Edward Minge.
Executrices: Parthena Bourditt, Sarah Bourditt.
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Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 5 Nov 1662, Page 10 - 11
Mr. Thomas Burdet, Plt.; Mr. Francis Batchelor, Def.; petition states Mr. Richard Rich rec'd of Mrs. Ane Doughty 7 silver spoons and engaged to deliver 6 silver spoons marked EB the next return out of England and after his arrival in the Province did acknowledge to have brought 6 silver spoons for the afsd. Doughty but never delivered them; his atty. Francis Batchelor said to have the spoons; Ane Doughty, age ca. 42 years, swore that the spoons she sent home by Mr. Richard Rich for her son Burdit's use which were 7 in number and EB, in silver and desired that he was to return to this deponent 6 new ones for them and to have them marked with EB of this deponents daughters child's name and Mr. Richard Rich brought them as was affirmed to the deponent by her cousin Elisabeth Calvert who had them in her hand she demanded them of Mr. Richard Rich who would not deliver them to any but this deponent; defendant said plaintiff arrested him, not as attorney of Mr. Richard Rich; therefore requests non-suit; granted
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Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 13 Oct 1663, Page 172 - 173 - 174
Indenture, 30 Apr 1655 between James Walker of Wicokomeco and Christopher Carnell of Wicokomeco, planter, a parcel of land lying in the Province of Maryland; bounded by Thomas Michell; containing 200 acres; /s/ James Walker; wit.: John Gooldsmith (mark), Edward Philpot (mark)

Christopher Cornell assigns his rights to William Heard and Richard Morrise to above indenture; 24 Apr 1656; /s/ Christopher Carnell (mark); wit. Robert Robins, John Douglas

William Heard and Richard Morris assign rights in above land to John Morris and Giles Tomkins; 27 Jul 1656; /s/ William Heard (mark), Richard Morris (mark); wit. John Douglas, Peter Care (mark)

John Morrise, planter, assigns his rights in above land to Gils Tomkins, planter; 6 Oct 1659; /s/ John Morrise (mark); wit. Robert Loyd, Richard Dod (mark)

Giles Tomkins assigns his rights in above to Mr. Francis Doughtie 17 Jan 1659; /s/ Giles Tomkins (mark); wit. William Barton, Jr., Richard Smoot (mark)

Francis Doughty, Sr., minister of Rappahannock in Virginia, and Anne Doughty, his wife assign rights in above to Gils Tomkinson in the parish or hamlet of Pickeawanon in Charles County; 9 Feb 1662; /s/ Fr. Doughty, Anne Doughty; wit. John Washington, John Crow (mark); signed in the presence of Francis Doughty, Jr., Hugh Oneall (mark); acknowledged in open court by Mr. Enoch Doughty and Mr. Fr. Doughty
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CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS PATENT BOOK No. 1 Part I; Pg 59
WILLIAM COTTON, Clerke, 350 acs. called the old mans neck, bet. two maine branches of Hungars Cr., Ely. into the woods, Wly. down sd. Cr. & N. upon land of Capt. William Stone, parted from same by one of the sd. branches. 100 acs. for his own & the per. adv. of his wife Ann Graves & 250 acs. for trans. of 5 pers: Elianor Hill, Richard Hill, Edward Esson & 2 Negroes: 10 July, 1637, p. 434.
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Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 4, Part I - 1668-1670; Antient Press: pg 61
KNOW ALL MEN that whereas my Husband Mr, FRANCIS DOUGHTY SENR. hath by obligacon bound himselfe to the conveyance of two hundred acres of land wth
houses & all other appurtences thereunto belonging to Mr. RICHARD BOUGHTON in special' trust for the use & maintenance of mee ANN DOUGHTY Wife of the sd FRA DOUGHTY for terme of my life I doe by these pntes acknowledge the same as a valueable consid for all or any Dower joynture porcon allowance which I the sd ANNE doe or may clayme or challenge by Vertue of Marriage wth the sd Mr. DOUGHTY am freely moved to release and for Ever quit Clayme of & to all Rights dues Debts & demands wtsoever which I now have or heerafter may or might have to the Temporal Estate of the sd Mr. DOUGHTY whether consisting of lands goods houshold stuffe cattell or the like also I binde my heirs to confirm this my Release as witness my hand this 2d day of Decr. 1668 in the pnce of RICHARD BOUGHTON, ANNE DOUGHTY
WILL JONES; JOYCE FLEMING her marke
KATHERINE JONES her marke; ELIZABETH CARPENTR. her marke
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Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 4, Part I - 1668-1670; Antient Press: pg 61-66
TO ALL CHRISTIAN PEOPLE to whom these pntes shall come greeting in our Ld, God Everlasting. KNOW YEE that I FRANCIS DOUGHTY for & in consid of the good will and love that I beare unto my well beloved Wife ANNE DOUGHTY & in consid that I the sd FRANCIS am shortly intended God Willing to transport myselfe out of this Colony of Virginia into some other Country & Clymate that may prove more favourable to my health infirm & decayed body then the sd Country of Virginia and for that my Wife the sd ANNE is unwilling to Depart the sd Country shee finding the same agreeing with her health Besides her loathness & unwillingness to bid Farewell to her deare & beloved Children and to her beloved Kindred & relacons all or at least most of them residing in the sd Colony of Virginia and in the Neighbouring Province of MARY- LD, as also for divers good causes & consid mee at this prsent Especially moveing, have given graunted & confirmed and by these pntes doe freely give graunt & confirm unto RICHARD BOUGHTEN of CHARLES COUNTY in the Province of MARYLD all that pcell or quantity of land Cont. two hundred acres lyeing upon RAPPA. RIVER in the sd Colony of Virginia and adioyneing to the land of Capt. ALEXR: FLEMING late deced and butted & hounded according to a Certificate of Survey made thereof by Collo. CATLETT upon Record together wth all Houses Edifices Buildings Hereditamts. & appurt: wtsoever to the sd land & premises or to any pt or pcell thereof belonging or in any wise appurteyning and also all the Estate right Tytle interest demand wtsoever of mee the sd FRANCIS in or to the same & all Deeds writeings Evidences & instrumts wtsoever touching and concerning the prmises or any pt or pcell of them To Have and To Hold the sd Land & prmises before by these pntes graunted or menconed meant or intended to be graunted unto the sd RICHARD BOUGHTEN his heirs for ever to the uses purposes hereafter in these present limited expressed & declared & to noe other use intent or purpose wtsoever that is to say to the use & behoofe of the sd ANNE DOUGHTY my Beloved Wife for & during the terme of her ntrall life for & in the name of her joynture & in full recompense of her Dower and tytle of Dower which the sd ANNE shall or may have of or to the Lands of mee the sd FRANCIS and after the decease of the sd ANNE then to the use & Behoofe of the sd RICHARD BOUGHTON his heirs for Ever upon this hope trust & confidence in him the reposed by mee the sd FRANCIS that hee the sd RICHD, BOUGHTON his heirs at all time after the ending of the Estate of the sd ANNE DOUGHTY my Wife in & to the sd Land & prmises shall make such graunt & conveyance of the same & depose distribute employ the rents issues & proffits thereof as else such Quantity of Tobacco as shall be produced on the sale thereof if the sd RICHARD shall think fitt to expose thy same for sale either to me the sd FRANCIS DOUGHTY myselfe or to such pson or psons & in such manner & forme as I the sd FRANCIS shall require & demand or as by my last Will & Testamt. in writing to bee subscribed wth my own hand & sealed wth my owne seale in the pnce of three or more Witnesses or by any other writeing by mee to be subscribed & sealed in the pnce of soe many witnesses as aforesd shall declare & appoint & for default of such appointmts. Then that the sd RICHARD BOUGHTON his heirs shall convey & assure the lands & prmises to & on the Right heire of mee the sd FRANCIS for Ever and I the sd FRANCIS for myselfe my heirs the sd Land before given & confirmed wth the rights thereto belonging unto the sd RICHD. BOUGHTON his heirs forever to the only uses heerby limted expressed & declared agt. mee the sd FRANCIS my heirs In Witness whereof I the sd FRANCIS have heerunto sett my hand & seal this 18th
day of March 1668/9.
in pn ce of us JOHN CATLETT, FRANCIS DOUGHTY
THOS. HAWKINS
Recognr. die 13th Martii 1668/9
TO ALL XPIAN PEOPLE to whom these pntes shall come Greeting in our Ld. God
Everlasting. KNOW YEE that I FRANCIS DOUGHTY for & in consid: of the good will and ntrall affecion & love which I Beare unto my beloved Wife ANNE DOUGHTY & in consid: that I the sd FRANCIS DOUGHTY am shortly intended God Willing to transport myselfe out of this Colony of Virginia into some other Country & Clymate that may prove more favourable to my aged infirm & Decayed body then the sd Country of Virginia wherein I now reside doth & for my wife the sd ANNE is unwilling to depart the sd Country shee finding the same agreeing wth her health beside her Loathnesse & unwillingness to Bidd farewell to her children ... this entry continues as above
In witness whereof the sd pties above menconed have mutually sett their hands & seals this eighteenth day of March 1668/9
in the pn ce of us JOHN WATSON RICHARD BOUGHTON
JAMES JOHNSON, JOHN POWELL FRANCIS DOUGHTY
I ANNE DOUGHTY Wife of Mr. FRANCIS DOUGHTY SENR. doe confesse & acknowledge that this Deed of Trust for my use & Benefit was procured by my mocon & sealed & deld. by my free & voluntary consent & I doe gratefully accept it from my sd Husband in lieu of all or any Dowers porcons Debts or demands which I the sd ANNE may have or Clayme of from my sd Husband my heirs & doe accordingly rest satisfyed & desire that this my acknowledgement may bee sett on record for all Rights & Claymes by vertue of marriage excepting a Deed of gift of certaine goods expressed in a Lyst dated the 12th day of March 1668/9 & a penal] bond of Twenty pounds yearely for the paymt. of six pounds yearely.
ANNE DOUGHTY
Recognr. die 18th Martii 1668/9
KNOW ALL MEN by these pntes that I FRANCIS DOUGHTY for the Love and good will wch I Beare unto my Beloved Sonne ENOCH DOUGHTY & other good causes mee heerunto moveing doe give & sett over unto the sd ENOCH the Reversion of the land & premises wthin menconed conveyed unto RICHARD BOUGHTON in Trust for the Benefitt of my Wife Mrs. ANNE DOUGHTY during her ntrall life & doe accordingly appoint & ordeyne that after the death or decease of my sd Wife & immediately upon the request of my sd Sonne ENOCH his Ordrs. that the sd RICHD. BOUGHTON his heirs do & shall by good assurances in the Law convey the land unto my sd Sonne ENOCH his heirs for Ever or if the sd Land shall be sould by the sd RICHD. BOUGHTON his heirs the sd RICHD. BOUGHTON his heirs shall deliver the full price for which the land shall be sould whether it shall be money tobacco or other comodities of good Estimacon & value unto the sd ENOCH my Sonne by him to be possessed & enjoyed forever.
in pnce of ELIZABETH PAYNE FRANCIS DOUGHTY
RO: PAYNE
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Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 4, Part I - 1668-1670; Antient Press: pg 66-67
KNOW ALL MEN by these pats that I RICHARD BOUGHTON of CHARLES COUNTY in the Province of MAR YLD. am bound & firmely oblidged unto FRANCIS DOUGHTY of Rappa. County in Virginia in the full & just quantity of thirty thousand pounds of Merchantable Tobacco in Caske to be pd to the sd FRANCIS DOUGHTY his Estate to the which paymt, well & truly to bee made I binde myselfe my heirs by these pntes, In Witness whereof I the sd RICHD. have heerunto sett my hand and seale this 18th day of March 1668/9,
The Condicon of this obligacon is such that Whereas Mr, FRANCIS DOUGHTY SENR. hath obliged himselfe to make conveyance of his Plantacon in special trust to mee RICHARD BOUGHTON for the use & benefitt of Mrs. ANNE DOUGHTY his Wife to the end that shee should release her Clayme by marriage to the rest of his Estate which also shee hath done If Therefore the sd RICHD. BOUGHTON in reference to her first shall save keepe Harmelesse & indemnified the sd Mr. DOUGHTY his heirs from all arrests & Suites of Law & the issues & effects wch the sd Mrs. ANNE DOUGHTY may have agt, her sd Husband his heirs for any further interest right clayme or demand then in the sd land as specified & conveyed unto her of his psonall or Reall Estate & from all suites of Law which any pson or psons may hereafter or from the date of these pntes have comence or prosecute agt the sd Mr DOUGHTY his heirs for the pformance of any Bargaine or Contract which the sd Mrs. DOUGHTY shall make with any pson wtsoever likewise of & from the paymt of all debts which the sd Mrs. DOUGHTY shall make hereaftr. by the takeing up upon Credits any Cattell or goods that this obligacon shall bee voyd & of noe effect or else to remayne in ful force & vertue
in pn ce of us JOHN WATSON, RICHARD BOUGHTON
JAMES JOHNSTOUN, JOHN POWELL
MEMORAND the Within Bond with the condicon thereo subscribed was acknowledged by the within menconed RICHARD BOUGHTON as his act & deed to the within menconed FRANCIS DOUGHTY this to bee recorded by the Clarke of Rappa County
Recognr. Die 10 Martii 1668/9
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(OLD) RAPPAHANNOCK COUNTY VA DEED BOOK 1682-1686; pg138-142 (Sparacio)
THIS INDENTURE made the third day of March in the yeare of the Reign of or: Soveraigne Lord King Charles the second in the years of our Lord God One thousand Six hundred Eighty and three Between RICHARD BOUGHTON of CHARLES COUNTY in the Province of MARYLAND Gentl. of one part and WM. BERRY of the Freshes of Rappa: in the Colony of Virginia, Plantr „ of the other part. Witnesseth that whereas FRANCIS DOUGHTY SENYR. formerly of Rappa. River in ye said Collony of Virginia, Clerk, deceased, by his Deed of Grant undr: his hand and seale bearing date the Eighteenth day of March in the yeare of or: Lord 1668, did for the consideration therein mentioned grant unto the said RICHARD BOUGHTON of MARYLAND and unto his assignes all that quantity of land contayning Two hundred acres of land lying upon Rappa: River in the said Collony of Virginia and adjoyning the land of Capt. ALEXANDR: FLEMING lately deceased, and butted and bounded according to a Certificate of Survay made thereof by Coll CATLETT upon Record, togeather with all houses buildings & appurtenances whatsoever to the said land belonging and alsoe all Estate right of me the said FRANCIS to the same To have and to hold the said lands & prmisses before mentioned to the said RICHARD BOUGHTON his heires forever to the uses hereafter in these presents limitted & to noe other use, that is to say, to the use and behoofe of the said ANN DOUGHTY, my beloved Wife, and her assignes for and during the time of her natural life for and in the name of her Joynture & in full recompence of her Dower & title of Dower which the said ANN may have to the lands of me the said FRANCIS DOUGHTY and after the decease of the said ANN to the use of the said RICHARD BOUGHTON my heires forever upon the hope trust & on Confidence in him reposed by me the said FRANCIS that he the said RICHARD BOUGHTON his heires at all times after the ending of the Estate of the said ANN my Wife in and to the said land and prmisses shall make and grant such convayances of the same and shall distribute and imploy the rents issues and pfitts. thereof or else such quantity of Tob: as shall be produced on the sale thereof if the said RICHARD shall judg fitt to expose the same to sale, either to me the said FRANCIS DUGHTY my selfe or to such psons. and in such forme as the said FRANCIS shall require, and demand or as by my last Will and Testamt. in Writing to subscribe by mine own hand and seale with my own seale in prsence of three or more witnesses or by any other writing by me to be subscribed & sealed in the prsence of soe many witnesses as aforesd shall nominate and appointe and for default of such nomination then the said RICHARD BOUGHTON his heires shall convay and assure the said land to & on the right of me the said FRANCIS forever as in and by the said Deed of grant duly recorded and enrolled among the records of Rappa. County by ROBERT PAYNE formerly Clerk of said County of Rappa. Reference and relation being had more fully may appeare, And further whereas the said FRANCIS DOUGHTY SENYR. did in his life time by his certain writing bearing date the day of (blank) and subscribed and sealed in the prsence of PETER RAYNER, ROBERT PAYNE aforesaid and ELIZABETH PAYNE his Wife, for consideration therein expressed give and sett over unto his Son, ENOCH DOUGHTY, by the name of ENOCH DOUGHTY my beloved Sonn, the Reversion of the land above mentioned appointing by the said Writing that after the decease of the said Wife, ANN DOUGHTY, now deceased, the said RICHARD BOUGHTON his heires should by good assurances in Law convay the said land and prmisses to his said Son, ENOCH DOUGHTY, his heires or pay or deliver the full value or price thereof in case the said RICHARD should sell the same to his Son, ENOCH, his heires by them to be possess for ever.
NOW THIS INDENTURE WITNESSETH that the said RICHARD BOUGHTON for and in consideration of the sum of Fower thousand five hundred pounds of good sound merchantable Tob: and cask to him paid by WILLIAM BERRY hath sold to the said WM. BERRY his heires all the said Two hundred acres of land above mentioned togeather with the Edifices and buildings to the same appertaining and now in the tenture of the said WILL: BERRY his assignes To have and to hold the said land to the said WM. BERRY his heires forever and the said RICHARD BOUGHTON doth grant that he the said RICHARD BOUGHTON notwithstanding any act or thing or p:curement done now and at the delivery hereof standeth & is solely onely and rightfully seized of the Estates hereby to be granted and that RICHARD BOUGHTON hath full power to grant the said prmisses thereof unto the said WM. BERRY according to the true meaning hereof the rents and services from henceforth to grow due to the Cheiffe Lord of the Fees excepted and foreprized In Witness whereof the parties have sett their hands and seales
Sealed signed and delivered in prsence of LAW: ROCHFORT, RI: BOUGHTON
VERLINDA BOUGHTON
Acknowledged in court. 5th Nobr: 1684 et recorded ye 22nd of ye same month & yeare
KNOW ALL MEN by these prsents that I the above named RICHARD BOUGHTON hath appointed ADAM WOFFENDALL of Rappa: County in Virginia. Planter, my true and lawfull Attorney for me to acknowledge the right of the above mentioned land and prmisses to be the right of the above mentioned WM. BERRY according to the true porport above Indenture, and the same acknowledgemt. to make in such manner as by the Laws of Virginia for vesting and settleing rights of land is required granting to my said Attorney in my name quiet & peaceable Livery of seizes & possession of the said land or any part thereof in the name of the whole and to grant unto the said WILLIAM BERRY or his lawfull Attorney in that behalfe authorised. In Witness whereof I have hereunto sett my hand & seale this five and twenty day of March 1684
Sealed signed and delivered in prsence of
LAW: ROCHFORT, RICHARD BOUGHTON
VERLINDA BOUGHTON,
CHAS. ASHTON
Recorded 22nd day of November 1684 
Graves, Anne (I015102)
 
77786 THOMAS GRAY.

ca. 1695 - Robert Merryfield vs. Thomas Gray. Judgment.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber T, pp. 255-6.

ca. 1697 - Thomas Gray, merchant.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber V, p. 274. 
Gray, Thomas (I071271)
 
77787 Thomas Greenfield 25.161 A BA £70.8.8 £32.3.8 Feb 13 1705
The amount of the inventory also included #12033.
Received from: Mr. Edward Warner (merchant in London).
Payments to: Richard Smithers, John Coobell, Emanuell Coley, Robert Conchin, Obediah Pridgett, Henry Wriothesley, Thomas Edmonds, Thomas Newham, Elisabeth Lee, John Clegg, John Stocks, Mr. Charles Carroll, William Taylard. Legatees: executor.
Executor: John Hall, Esq. 
Greenfield, Thomas (I098582)
 
77788 Thomas Guinne 4.388 A AA #14195 #14195 Oct 15 1677
Payments to: James Kille, James Homewood, Hugh Merrikin, Dr. Henry Lewis, Henry Howard.
Administrator/Executor: Richard Guinne (brother) (also Richard Gwin ),
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William Drewry 3.131 I AA #24336 Feb 25 1676
Appraisers: Robert Davidge, Ralph Hawkins.
Approvers; James Martin.
List of debts: Edward Jones, John Balding, Enoch Boulton, Richard Guinne.
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Howard, Henry, A. A. Co., 31st Dec., 1683 ; 8th Mch., 1684.
To Sarah, wife of Joseph Dacey, 200 A., "Collingborne." Richard Guin, Hugh Meriking, Edward Jones, John Bennett and his wife Sarah, John Townsend, John Howard of A. A. Co Mary Cousens, Henry Chappell, John and Matthew Howard, and John Kelee, personalty.
Theophilus Hackett, ex., Edward Michael, Samuel, and Eliza: Skidmore, residuary legatees.
Test: Jas. Floyd, Richd. Howard, Francis Winnington. 4. 25. 
Gwinn, Richard (I088536)
 
77789 Thomas Hagan (b.1725) s/o Thomas Hagan is styled "Sr." so this Thomas Hagan was born later than 1725
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Prince George's Co. Wills TT#1:113-114: Thomas Hagan - January 1813 / 6 Apr 1815.
To "loving wife Gracy Hagan during her life all estate real and personal except Negroes Cicily and Stephen, one bed, one horse, and one cow, also except Negro Sam, whom I give to daughter Winifred. At death of wife the plantation on which I now live with all the stock to son Leonard. After debts paid residue for property real and personal to sons Horatio, Thomas, Benedict, Theodore, and Leonard equally. Sons Horatio and Leonard executors. Witnessed by Bennet Gwynn, Jonathan Summers, and Benedict Mudd. Proved only by Benedict Mudd.
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HAGAN, IGNATIUS, Charles Co. 25 Mar, 1761 15 Oct, 1765
Wife Magdalen, extx,
To wife the plantation I now dwell upon and after her decease to my son William Hagan, Also to wife 100 a. called "Good Intent" and to take the said hundred a. of land on the north side of a road called Parran Road and include the plantation I now settled there - and afterwards to Joseph Hagan,
To son Thomas Hagan, plantation he now dwells on with 100 a. joining to it which I bought of John Baggot.
To son Joseph Hagan before named, all remaining part of land.
To son James Hagan, cow and calf,
To daus, Mary Hagan and Sarah Hagan, Negro girl called Sue.
To dau. Elizabeth Speake, 1 sh.
To dau. Eleaner Wheeler 1 sh.
To dau Anne Blanford, 1 sh.
To wife Magdalene Hagan all remaining part of personal estate,
Wit: James Hagan, Ignatius Smith, Bazil Hagan. 33.421
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Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 499_ Assignment. I, Samuel Hanson of CC, merchant, [send greeting]. Whereas James Hagain, son of Ignatius of CC, planter, was indebted to me in the sum of 4623 lbs of crop tobacco, and for the security for the payment thereof, Richard Wheeler, Thomas Hagan, and William Hagan of CC, planters, by their bond dated Jun 19, 1759, became bound jointly and severally to me in the sum of 9326 lbs of crop tobacco, conditioned for the payment of 4623 lbs of tobacco, and which bond I put in suit in CC Court and obtained judgment thereon against them in Mar Court, 1762. Now in consideration that sd Richard Wheeler has fully paid sd sum of 4663 [sic] lbs of crop tobacco together with all interest due thereon and the costs of the sd suit except 928 lbs of crop tobacco paid me by sd James Hagan himself and 332 lbs of crop tobacco paid me in part by sd Thomas Hagan, I have assigned and made over to sd Richard Wheeler, the sd judgment and the sums thereby adjudged me, excepting the sums paid me in part, as afd, with full power to sd Richard Wheeler to sue out execution thereon against the sd Thomas Hagan and William Hagan. Signed May 19, 1764 - Sam Hanson. Wit - John Hawkins, James Key_ Recorded Aug 2, 1764.
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Charles Co. Deeds O#3:515: 23 Aug 1768. Thomas Hagan of Prince George Co., planter, to John Waters of Charles Co. for 13,000 pounds tobacco and £6 "and diverse other goods causes" part of Good Intent, 200 acres (?), adjoining Thomas Bryan's. Signed with his mark. Wife Grace waives dower.
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From Effie Gwynn Bowie, Across the Years in Prince George's County: On pp 341-342: Prince George's Co. November court 1777, Bennet Gwynn, age 19, son of Hooper Gwynn, deceased, chose Thomas Hagan to be his guardian. On p 343: Hickory Plains at Piscataway originally patented for 300 A; 100 A deed 27 Jan 1777 by Stephen West to Thomas Hagan "whereon the said Hagan now dwelleth." On p 344. Bennet Gwynn administered Thomas Hagan's estate in 1815; in 1817 Bennet Gwynn purchased Thomas Hagan's part of Hickory Plains from his son Leonard.
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1774-1780; Liber CC 2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 330. At the request of Thomas Hagan the following Deed was recorded March 14, 1777
Indenture made January 27, 1777; Stephen West, merchant in consideration of 96 pounds current money paid by Thomas Hagan, planter has sold part of a tract called Hickory Plains whereon he now dwells being the same land hereto for conveyed by his even West by James Young for me in PGCo containing 100 acres. Signed Stephen West in the presence of and acknowledged before Truman Skinner, Thomas Clagett and at the same time Hannah West wife of Stephen West relinquished her right of dower 
Hagan, Thomas (I010317)
 
77790 Thomas Hall 14.185 SM £25.1.6 Apr 26 1729 Jun 28 1729
Appraisers: Barnaby Anchol, John Welch.
Creditors: Robert Rosson, William Stewart.
Next of kin: John Hall, William Hall.
Administratrix/Executrix: Mary Hall. 
Hall, John (I094005)
 
77791 Thomas Hall 14.185 SM £25.1.6 Apr 26 1729 Jun 28 1729
Appraisers: Barnaby Anchol, John Welch.
Creditors: Robert Rosson, William Stewart.
Next of kin: John Hall, William Hall.
Administratrix/Executrix: Mary Hall. 
Hall, William (I094007)
 
77792 Thomas Hall 14.185 SM £25.1.6 Apr 26 1729 Jun 28 1729
Appraisers: Barnaby Anchol, John Welch.
Creditors: Robert Rosson, William Stewart.
Next of kin: John Hall, William Hall.
Administratrix/Executrix: Mary Hall. 
Hall, Thomas (I094008)
 
77793 Thomas Hall 14.185 SM £25.1.6 Apr 26 1729 Jun 28 1729
Appraisers: Barnaby Anchol, John Welch.
Creditors: Robert Rosson, William Stewart.
Next of kin: John Hall, William Hall.
Administratrix/Executrix: Mary Hall. 
Hall, Mary (I094010)
 
77794 Thomas Hansford: A tale of Bacon's Rebelion, published by Geo. M. West, Richmond, Va., 1857; republished after the war by a Philadelphia firm, under the title "The Devoted Bride."
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Title Hansford, Thomas.
Publication 1679.
Gen. note Part of index to York County Wills and Administrations (1633-1811)
Note p. 177. Adms. bond dated 11 Aug. 1679.
Note Deeds, Orders, Wills, etc. [Records No. 5], 1672-1676 (Reel 2a)
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Title Hansford, Thomas.
Publication 1679.
Gen. note Part of index to York County Wills and Administrations (1633-1811)
Note p. 59. Adms. bond rec. [13 Nov. 1678].
p. 89. Guardians account ordered [24 Apr. 1679].
p. 123-125. Inv. & appr. rec. 11 Aug. 1679.
Note Deeds, Orders, Wills, etc. [Records No. 6]. 1677-1684 (Reel 3a)
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Title Hansford, Thomas.
Publication 1679.
Gen. note Part of index to York County Wills and Administrations (1633-1811)
Note p. 153. Estate division ordered 24 Sept. 1688.
p. 349. Estate division ordered 18 Dec. 1689.
Note Deeds, Orders, Wills, etc. [Records No. 8], 1687-1691 (Reel 4a) 
Hansford, Thomas (I068495)
 
77795 Thomas Hargis, son of Abraham. His pension papers for the Revolutionary War stated in claim S8663, that he was born 26 April 1752 in Fairfax County, Virginia, and when he was quite young moved with his father whose name was not given, to North Carolina. He also stated that he married in June 1777; no wife given Hargess, Thomas (I058997)
 
77796 Thomas Hatton of Chasely, gent

In the name of God Amen The fifteenth day of March 1677 I Thomas Hatton of Chasely in the County of Worcester gent being sicke of Body But of perfect mind and memory (Thanks be to God) die constitute ordeine and appoint this to be my last Will and Testament in manner and forme following First and principally I commend my soule into the hands of Almighty God My Body to the Earth And my worldly Estate I bequeath as followeth Imprimis I give and bequeath unto my Brother Henry Hatton the summe of one pound to buy him a Ring And to the Children of my said Brother Henry Hatton Begotten of the Body of the daughter of Thomas Hale late of Tewkesbury the summe of Forty pounds to be equally divided amongst them Item I give and bequeath to my sister Sarah Lovering the summe of Twenty pounds Item I give tho my sister Susannah Berkley the summe of Tenn pounds I give to my sister Anne Mathews the summe of one pound Tenn shillings Item I give to my Cousin Thomas Hatton late of Lipiatt the summe of Tenn pounds Item I give to my Cousin Samuell Hatton All my Estate in Virginia both Reall and Personall Item I give to the Four Children of my Cousin Phillip Hayward (vide) Thomas Hayward Mary Hayward Phillipa Hayward and Elizabeth Hayward the summe of Two hundred pounds to be equally divided amongst them Item I give to my Cousin Elizabeth Packer the summe of one pound Tenn shillings to buy her a Ringe Item I give to my Cousin Mary Sturmy the summe of one pound Tenn shillings to buy her a Ringe All which aforesaid Legacies my will and meaning is That they shall not be paid untill Two yeares after my decease by my Executors Item I give and bequeath unto my Cousin Robert Newman All that my deads yeare due upon the Estate he lives in upon Condicion that he dischargeth the Herriotts due att my decease for the same Estate And if soe be that he shall not discharge the Herriotts Then my will and meaninge is my Executors shall have the deads yeare in discharge of the same Item I give devise and bequeath unto my Cousin William Hayward of Quedgly All that my Capitall Messuage or Tenement wherein I now dwelleth Commonly called the Wearth or by what other name or names the same is called or knowne Together with the Houses outhouses buildings barnes stables Gardens orchards Backsides with all meadows Leasowes pasture grounds Arable Land and whatsoever ground or Grounds Belonging to the same with all other its appurtenances whatsoever situate lying and being in the parish of Chattesley als Chasely in the County of Worcester Item I give devise and bequeath unto my Cousin William Hayward of Quedgly aforesaid All that my Meadowe or pasture ground situate lying and being in the parish of Ashchurche in the County of Gloster Commonly called or knowne by the name of Soldernes Mead Item I give devise and bequeath unto my Cousin William Hayward aforesaid All that meadow or pasture ground which I lately bought of James Ricke[?] situate lying and being in the parish of Chasely in the County of Worcester Item I give devise and bequeath unto my Cousin William Hayward aforesaid All that my two pieces of Arable lying in the Oldbury in Tewksbury now in the Tenure or occupacion of Mr Henry Dobbins And alsoe all other my Estate of inheritance whatsoever not before by these presents bequeathed To have and to hold the afore mencioned Capitall Messuage Lands and Premises and all other the afore mencioned premisses with all their appurtenances unto the aforesaid William Hayward his hares and assignes forever And to and fore noe other use intent or purpose whatsoever Lastly All the Rest of my Estate goods Chattles Household stuffe debts Leases and moneys whatsoever after my debts and Funerall Charges shalbe discharged I give and bequeath unto my Cousin William Hayward whom I make the sole Executor of this my last Will and Testament And doe hereby revoake all other wills whatsoever declaring this to be my last will and Testament In witnes whereof I have hereunto put my hand and seale the day and yeare above written Thomas Hatton Signed sealed published and declared to be the Last Will and Testament of the Testator in the presence of us John Terrett signum - Edward Cowdale sign - Willm Morris

Probate granted at London 24 December 1678


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Maryland Calendar of Wills: Volume 1 page 72 [p.72] Hatton, John,
London, 14th Dec., 1654;
To sisters and brothers, viz., Sarah, Susan, Hanna, Henry and Samuel, personalty.
Brother Thomas, residuary legatee of estate, real and personal, including lands left by father, John Hatton.
Exs.: Thos. Hatton afsd., Robt. Llewelin.
Test: Richd. Colchester, Hercules Commander, Sr. 1. 519.
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http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/rowe/1997-07/0867911820
1668-71 (Annap. Chan. Proc. CD; 87-91) Suit. In re a tract "Persimmon
Point," 400 acres in Baltimore County on Rumley Creek purchased by John
HATTON, names Thomas HATTON of Tewkesbury in the county of Glouster in
the Kingdom of England, brother and heir of John HATTON formerly of
London, and Samuel HATTON [ch: relationship not stated?].
1673/4 Jan 20. (idem A. No. 1; 287-8) Samuel HATTON of the City
of Bristol, England, Merchant to Abraham BISHOPP, a tract called
"Chairpinham" in St. Michaels River. 
Hatton, Thomas (I045236)
 
77797 Thomas Hilleary West was born OCT 1757 in Frederick County, MD, and died 18 MAR 1803 in Frederick County, MD. He married Sarah McGill 17 JAN 1787, daughter of John McGill and Elizabeth Duvall. She was born 13 SEP 1763 in Frederick County, MD, and died 4 DEC 1828 in Frederick County, MD. West, Thomas Hilleary (I075198)
 
77798 Thomas Hodgis son of Thomas Hodgis and Charity b. 3 Nov 1697, bapt 29 May
1698.
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Belt, John, Sr.,A. A. Co.,13th May, 1697; 17th Nov., 1698.
To eld. son John and hrs., 200 A. and "Velmead."
To wife Eliza: in lieu of dower rights, dwelling plantation and 100 A. during life.
To 2nd son Joseph and hrs., afsd. estate bequeathed his mother and 100 A., part of 300 A., "Belt's Posterity," at hd. of Gunpowder R.
To 3rd son Benjamin, 200 A., residue of "Belt's Posterity."
To neph. Thomas Ramsey, eld. dau. Eliza:, 2nd dau. Charity, young. dau. Sarah, at marriage or 16 yrs. of age, personalty. In event of death of either dau. her estate to pass to her sisters. Should any son afsd. die under age or without issue his share of real estate to pass to eld. dau. afsd.
Wife Eliza:, extx. and residuary legatee.
Test: Jno. Tideings, Charity Jordon, Anne Smith, Thos. Hodges, Dan'l Pierce, Darby Sweany, Anne Pierce. 6. 175. 
Hodges, Thomas (I046024)
 
77799 Thomas Hodgis son of Thomas Hodgis and Charity b. 3 Nov 1697, bapt 29 May
1698. 
Ramsey, Charity (I046025)
 
77800 Thomas Hodgis son of Thomas Hodgis and Charity b. 3 Nov 1697, bapt 29 May
1698. 
Hodges, Thomas (I046031)
 

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