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89101 William Jenkins 4.260 I CA #8578 Jun 8 1677 Jun 16 1677
Appraisers: Francis Spencer, John Johnson.
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Cox, Thomas, Calvert Co 23rd Feb., 1675; 19th May, 1676.
Wife Anne, and hrs., of Laycocke, Wiltshire, Eng., legatees of entire estate, real and personal. In event of death of sd. wife without issue, estate to pass to child of testator's sister (all unnamed).
Ex's.: Richd Hall, Geo. Lingan.
Test: Wm. Jenkins, Geo. Cole, Henry Cole. 5. 2
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Thomas Cox 2.361 I {CA} #10671 Jun 1 1676
Appraisers: William Jenkins, Francis Spencer. 
Jenkins, William (I088660)
 
89102 William Jett born, 1763. He was living in Culpeper County, in 1840. Jett, William (I026007)
 
89103 William Jett died, testate, in Westmoreland County, 1791.
Anthony Payten was his executor. (of. Anthony Paten who died, 1733, in Westmoreland Co.).[ Peyton]
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Contributed by: James Hughes
Wills of Westmoreland County, Virginia , Page 158
NEWTON, WILLOUGHBY, 7 Dec. 1766; 26 May 1767. Son John land in Westmoreland; grand son Richard Jackson furniture; dau. Judith Brent estate I gave her at marriage with Brererton Kenner, land on Rocky Run, Loudoun Co.; WILLIAM JETT and KATHERINE his wife land I gave them adj. above, and 5 negroes; dau. Katherine Lane; son in law Thomas Lawson negroes and stock; Lettice wife of Thomas Lawson; son in law John Berryman and wife Martha negroes, stock; son 
Jett, William (I025987)
 
89104 William Jett died, testate, in Westmoreland County, 1791. Anthony Payten was his executor. (of. Anthony Paten who died, 1733, in Westmoreland Co.).
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Contributed by: James Hughes

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URL title: Wills of Westmoreland County, Virginia , Page 97
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PATEN, ANTHONY, 23 Feb. 1731; 29 May 1733. Son William; dau. Sarah; sons John and Anthony; dau. Margaret Jett; son in law Frences Jett; son Samuel and dau. Mary.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA ORDER BOOK, 1709-1712 {Antient Press}: pg 22
Westmoreland County Court 28th day ofJune 1710
- JAMES's ackno to PEYTON
FRANCIS JAMES, JUNR acknowledged
Deeds ofLease and Release ofLand by him sold to ANTHONY PEYTON to be his proper act and deed and SARA, Wife ofFRANCIS JAMES, JUNR. relinquished her Right ofDower and Thirds at Common Law to the same which was ordered to be recorded
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1743-1753 King George County Deed Book 3 (Antient Press); pp. 447-450
Indenture made 4th September 1751 between JAS. QUISENBURY JUNR. of Parish Washington in county Westmoreland and ANTHONY PAYTON of Hannover Parish King George County .. for sum Sixteen pounds good & lawfull money of Virginia .. sold part of a tract of land purchased by NICHOLAS QUISENBURY Father to the said James of CHRISTOPHER HINSON in Hannover Parish, 50 acres .. beginning East side of a Branch called the Holly Branch .. land said A. Payton purchased of ROBERT VAULX & JOHN ELLIOTT Gentn. .. to mark'd Ring Oake northside of main road to land formerly belonging to WILLIAM GRANT deced and thence along line that divides this land from land of Grant & Major HARRY TURNER'S line ..
Presence Dan'l. Payne, James Quisenbury
William Stone, Edmond Godfrey,
Samuel Payton
At a court held 5th September 1751 .. Deed of Feeofment together with e-
ceipt for consideration money .. memorandum of Livery and Seisen .. recorded. 
Peyton, Anthony (I025939)
 
89105 William Jett was security for Nancy Jett to marry Isaac Stone, Westmoreland County, 1786. Stone, Isaac (I026065)
 
89106 William Jett, son of Peter Jett (d. 1784) of King George C died in King George County, before 1792.
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"Peter Jett's will May 22, 1784....King George County:
In the name of God Amen. I, Peter Jett of King George County, Virginia and the parish of Brunswick, I recommend my soul into the hands of Almighty God who gave it to me and my body to be buried in a Christian and decent manner at the descretion of my executors hereafter mentioned, and what little estate it has pleased God to endow me, I give and devise the same in manner and form as followeth:
I bequeath unto my daughters, Mary Hunstead and Anne Conley my negro woman named Rose and lease of the land I now live on, containing one hundred acres and my 2 houses.
I bequeath unto John Pratt Bowen, my lease I bought from John Reuben Payne, being the same land whereon sd Payne now lives. And also to John Pratt Bowen, one bed, one table and furniture. It is my desire that my stock of hogs be divided between John Pratt Bowen and my daughters Mary Humstead and Anne Conley.
I bequeath unto my daughter Elizabeth Curtis 5 shillings.
I bequeath unto my daughter Susanna Payne, 5 shillings.
I bequeath unto my daughter Margaret Thielkild, 5 shillings.
I bequeath unto my daughter Sarah Jones, 5 shillilngs.
I bequeath unto my grandson Jesse Thielkild, my young sorrel mare.
I bequeath unto my granddaughter Susanna Hunstead, my wife's saddle.
I bequeath the residue of my estate to be equally divided between my sons Francis and William Jett, and my daughter Mary Humstead and Anne Conley.
And lastly, I appoint my sons Francis Jett, William Jett, and John Pratt Bowen, my whole and sole executors, as witness my hand and seal this 22nd day of May, in the year of our Lord 1784.  
Jett, William (I026009)
 
89107 William Johnson & Eliza Paine y" 8th of September 1706.
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1722-1749 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Will Book A, Administration Bonds; [William Armstrong Crozier]; £500 Mary Johnson, admx. of William Johnson, decd., with George Carter and John Wiglesworth, sec. June 4, 1728.
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1724-1730 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Order Book, Part 3; {Antient Press}:
Spotsylvania County Court 1st of April 1729; Page 294
- On petition of JOHN WIGLESWORTH & GEORGE CARTER that MARY, the late Wife of WM. JOHNSON deced, now the Wife of HENRY DANIELL, may give fresh security for his late Husbands Estate she having altered her Condition p Marriage is granted And ordered that she be summoned to the next Court to give fresh security accordingly or deliver up the Estate to the said WIGLESWORTH and CARTER her securitys 
Johnston, William Buford (I131117)
 
89108 William Johnson & Mary Goodloe Married July y' 21 1720. Family F21412
 
89109 William Johnson (of Francis and Elizabeth) bapt. 25 Apr 1704.
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Johnson, Francis, A. A. Co., 18th Mch., 1698; 29th June, 1698.
To 2 sons, John and William, equally at 18 yrs. of age, and hrs., 2 tracts, viz., "Roper Range" at hd, of South R. and "Wilson Lot" on n. side Patapsco R.
To wife Eliza:, extx., and 2 sons, all personalty equally.
Test: Silvester Welch, Thos. Linthicum. 6. 305. 
Johnson, William (I100341)
 
89110 William Johnson bur. 1 Mar 1697/8. ALL HALLOW'S PARISH
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Pattison, Jane, South R., A. A. Co-, 6th June, 1692; 11th June 1692.
To dau. Jane Ryley, grandchild James Ryley, dau. Sarah Whitehead, and to grandchild. Charles and Thomas Whitehead, child. of Thomas Whitehead and Sarah afsd., and to first child of Ann, wife of Gilbert Pattison, personalty.
To. 4 child., viz., Francis and William Johnson, Jane Ryley, and Sarah Whitehead afsd., extx., residue of estate equally.
Testatrix desires to be buried by her late husband, Thomas Pattison.
Test: Jas. Powley, Leonard Wayman, Jno. Richardson. 2. 232.
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Jane Pattison (widow) 11A.45 W AA' Jun 6 1692
Bequests: daughter Jane Rylie, grandson James Ryley, daughter Sarah Whitehead, grandchild Charles Whitehead son of Charles & Sarah, grandchild Thomas Whitehead, child Ann wife of Gilbert Pattison.
Executors: 4 children: Francis Johnson, William Johnson, Jane Rylee, Sarah Whitehead.
Witnesses: James Powley (also James Pooley), Leonard Wayman, John Richardson.
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Johnson, Francis, A. A. Co., 10th Feb.,, 1676; 9th Nov., 1676.
To sons Francis and William, estate consisting of 210 A. (unnamed) equally.
Ex. not given.
Test: Jno. Brookesby, Mare. Duvall, Thos. Padinson {sic Pattison}. 6. 12. 
Johnson, William (I091884)
 
89111 William Jones and Alies parents of William Jones son b. 24 Feb 1689;
Elizabeth Jones dau b. 12 Nov 1691; John Jones son b. 12 Mar 1693.
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Lawrence Hayes (planter) 15.245 AA £22.18.10 Feb 18 1728 Jul 8 1729
Appraisers: John Nicholson, Thomas Clark (also Thomas Clarke).
Creditors: William Chapman, Nathaniel Eliot.
Next of kin: widow unnamed).
Administrator: William Jones. 
Jones, William (I076503)
 
89112 William Jones and Alies parents of William Jones son b. 24 Feb 1689;
Elizabeth Jones dau b. 12 Nov 1691; John Jones son b. 12 Mar 1693. 
Jones, William (I076696)
 
89113 William Jones of new Kent County & Alice Lee of this pish mary'ed 8th July 1686 Family F35969
 
89114 William Joseph, Jr. 112.417 SM £54.14.6 Jan 20 1773 Sep 17 1773
Appraisers: John Hooper Brome, John Cartwright. Creditors: Richard Boatman.
Next of kin: William Joseph, Clement Joseph.
Administrator: Thomas Reeder 
Joseph, William (I101894)
 
89115 William K. Dent {Alexr,Wm,Thos,John,John} Dent, William K. (I009256)
 
89116 William Kenerly 18.172 A DO £322.5.6 £322.5.6 May 10 1699
Payments to: Walter Cambell.
Mentions: 2 orphans (unnamed).
Administratrix: Alice Kenerly. 
Kennerly, William (I095688)
 
89117 William Kidd of Caroline Co., Virginia In the name of God Amen I William Kidd of the county of Caroline being of Sound, Sense and memory: Do order this to be my last Will and Testament. In manner and form following Viz..................
First, my desire is that all my just debts should be paid by my Executors hereafter mentioned ........... (Imprimis) I give to my son James Kidd, a certain tract or parcel of Land, formerly call?d Bins?s; and after his decease, to be Equally divided between his two sons William and Philip. Also a Negro man call?d George, that he has now in possession.
(Item) I give to my son Thomas Kidd, a Negro Man called Ned, and five pounds to him and his heirs forever.
(Item) I give to my son Edmund Kidd, a Negro Man called Armstead, to him and his heirs forever.
(Item) I give to my Son Joel Kidd, a Negro Man called Ambrose, to him and his heirs forever.
(Item) I give to my Son Philip Kidd, a Negro Man called Hill. Also a beast and good bed and furniture, To his and his heirs forever.
(Item) I give to my son Willis Kidd, a Negro boy called Anderson and Twenty pounds cash, Also a beast and good bed and furniture. To him and his heirs for ever.
(Item) I give to my son Walker Kidd, a Negro boy called Caleb and ten pounds Cash. Also a beast and good bed and furniture; To him & his heirs for ever.
(Item) I give to my son John Kidd, a Negro Woman called little Janey, and her son calles Caleb: That he has now in possession (with the afore said Janeyes Increase) To him and his heirs forever. [1/2 line of test to faint to read.
(Item) I give to my Daughter Elizabeth Motley, a Negro Man called Lawney, that she has now in possession. To her and her heirs for ever.
(Item) I give to my Daughter Fanny Jones a Negro Women called Frank and her Daughter called Patience (and their Increase) during my Daughter?s natural life. And then to her children for ever.
(Item) I give to my Daughter Polley Kidd, a Negro Girl calles Debbie? And a Negro Boy called Matthew. (With the Girles Increase.) Also a good Feather bed and Furniture, To her and her heirs for ever.
(Item) I give to my Grandson----- Henry Kidd, a Negro Girl call?d little Rachel. And a beast and Saddle; Also fifty pounds in cash (U C.) If my Grandson Henry makes no interruption Respecting a Negro Girl call?d Patty, that I sold to satisfy a Security Debt of Said Henry?s Father. Also a bed and furniture. I give to my Grandson Henry.
(Item) I Lend to my beloved Wife Mary Kidd; All that part of my Land lying below the Established Road that now Runs through my Plantation. Thence from the said Road down to Beverly Run (will all improvements there belonging. Also a Negro Man called Sam: A Negro Women called big Rachel, a Negro Woman called Yellow Janey, another called Anicay And a girl call?d Silvey and a boy called Moses. During her natural life (or so long as she continues my Widow.) After that period, my personable Estate lent her to be Equally divided amongst all my children except my son John . And my Real Estate lent her to be Equally divided amongst all my children Except James and John Kidd ----- The balances of my Land (Except what I have given to my Son James) lying above the afore mentioned. Establish?d Road (After my Decease) is be Equally divided amongst all my children, Except the afore mentioned James and John Kidd. All my personables Estate Except what I have lent my wife to be Equally Divided among all my children except my son John Kidd (After my Death). Lastly I appoint my Son James Kidd and Thomas and Joel, Willis and Philip and Walker Kidd, Executors of this my above Mentioned Will and Testament. All wherever I have get my hand and affixed my Seal. This tenth day of Feby Eighteen hundred and one.
Signed, Sealed and delivered in presence of --} George Sales William Stuart William Kidd (seal)
At a Court held for Caroline County on the 12th day of October 1802. This writing purporting to be the will of Wm Kidd dec?d. Was presented to the Court for probate on hearing the Testimony of George Sale one of the subscribing witnesses and of Walker Kidd that certain erasures were made in the said Will since the execution thereof, the Court is of opinion that the said Will ought to be proved and admitted to Records. Teste Wm. Wesson, Clk.
http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Meadows/9710/Kiddwills/Wmkidcarol.html  
Kidd, William (I129108)
 
89118 William King 10.28 I CA £86.1.2 Jun 13 1688
Appraisers: John Evans, Hugh Hopewell.
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Mr. Robert Lyles 1.46 I CA #22691 Jul 6 1674
Appraisers: William Kinge, John Wingfield.
List of debts: John Allen, John Sewel, Francis Hutchings.
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John Winfield 1.97 I Sep 28 1674
Inventory of goods sold.
Sold to: Esther Ennis, William Wilson, Thomas Richardson, Mr. Ayler, Mr. Gant, Mr. Mountford, Mr. Sprigges, John Gittings.
Mentions: William King.
Administrator: John Gittings.
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John Parker (merchant) 2.54 1 CA Mar 29 1676
Items in custody of William King.
List of debts: Francis Dorington, John Edmundson and John Pitt and William Parrett, William Crump, Thomas Sprige, Mark Cordea, William Jones, John Pollard, William Cross, Tobias Wells, Cuthbert Fenwick, Humphrey Jones, John Blomfield, John Brooke of Choptank, Thomas Sprig, Robert Turner, Thomas Chandler, Henry Hough, Thomas Knighton, Thomas Prichard, Obedia Evans, Robert Tiller, Capt. James Berry, Thomas Carlton, Philip Boghurst, John Bollen, Richard Halley, Joseph Horseley, Jenkin Price, Thomas Carlen, John Nutalls, George Aldredge, George Thompson, Henry Smart, Thomas Angle, Francis, Domenico Gambeo, John Anery of Somerset County, John Parker (executor of George Robins), John Webster (runaway), Thomas Vaghan, William King, John Pitt, Thomas Gannt, Guy White, Henry Hooper, Richard Keene, John Holland, Demetrius Cartwright, Edward Keene, John Biger, Peter Archer, James Williams, John Edmundson, William Berry, Peter Sharpe, Richard Hooper, James Veich, Christopher Pyatt for Mr. Henry Sprey, Robert Ridgel for George Parker and part paid to John Parker, Henry Heman for William Kircum and claimed by Guy White, Symon Warford for Richard Bayley, William King for Francis Pyne, Symon Warford for William King, John Nutall for Robert Carvile.
Administrator: William Dare.
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George & Frances Beckwith 2.179 I #168725 Apr 12 1676 Apr 28 1676
Servants mentioned: Evan Davis (carpenter), Thomas Ridgley (Joyner), Edward Compton, Samuell Nellthorp, Thomas Abbott, Richard Newman, Thomas Blackrock, Elinor Williams.
Appraisers: Thomas Gantt, John Darnall.
List of debts: Capt. Leo Webber, Mr. John Darnall, Mr. Proctor of Ann Arundell, Col. Tue, Mr. George Parker, Mr. Gervase Ballard, John Myles, Francis Mawd, Mr. Henry White of Ann Arrundell, Mr. John Craycraft, Mr. George Hawes, Capt. Darnall, Dr. Pierce, Mr. Henry Michell, Mr. Alexander Younger, Mr. Thomas Gantt, Mr. Francis Hawkins,- Mr. Done of Severn, Mr. Guy Mute, Mr. John Gold, Mr. Michaell Townly, Mr. John Fenwick, John Wright, Mr. Loue Michaell, Thomas Browne of Dorsett County, Major Jowles, Mr. William Parker, Mr. Charles Ashham, Mr. Richard Fenwick, Mr. Thomas Cleggatt, Mr. William Bold, Mr. Samuell Hatton, Mr. Robins, of Choptank, Mr. William Davis, Simon Stacy, Mr. Thomas Cosden, William Byrd, Mr. William Hill, Richard Gibbs of the Clifts, James Williams, Mr. William Staines, Capt. Treago, Mr. Benjamin Lawrence, Mr. Thomas Massey, the widdow Ewens, Samuell Abbott, Mr. John Gittins, Richard Hutchins, Thomas Bancks, Mr. Henry Stockett, Mr. Richard Hill, Henry Exon, Col. Burges and Mr. Heshcott and Mr. Hedge, Mrs. Hanah Pott, Mr. Edward Dorsey, Mr. Nicholas Sewell, Mr. Stephen Luffe, Mr. William Dare, Capt. Quigley, Mr. Thomas Barnfield, Mr. John Foster, Mr. Joseph Tillie, Mr. John Whimfell of St. Leo Creeks, Mr. Vansweringen, Lt. Ninean Bell, Peter Joy, Capt. Charles Boteler, Mr. Cenelum Chiseldine, Mr. Robert Carvile, Mr. William Russell, Henry Everard, Mr. John Nuthall, Mr. Thomas Chandler, Mr. Jonathon Hopkins, Mr. Howard, Mr. William Parker son of Mr. A. Parker, Mr. Morderay Hunton, Mr. William King, Capt. John Allen, Dr. Wootton, Mr. Thomas Tasker, Dr. Broock, Mr. William Travers, Mr. Henry Beckwith, the publick for 20 quarters, Dr. Jones, Mr. Welsh of Ann Arrundell, Peter Archer, Thomas Taylor, Esq., Thomas Pagett, Mr. Thomas Bland, Mr. Richard Keene, Mr. Thomas Francis, Mr. Richard Ladd, Mr. Richard Mekins, Mr. Thomas Morris, Mr. Robert Clarke, John Halles, Mr. Younger, John Miles, Capt. Darnell, Mr. Notley for Mr. Doyne.
Distribution to: the orphans (unnamed).
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Richard Roberts 3.74 I CA #24320 Jan 15 1676
Appraisers: John Griggs, John Halles.
List of debts: Mr. Henry Hooper, Thomas Robinson, Mr. Roger Brooke, Mr. Thomas Gant, William Bundock, Mr. William Travers, Jeremy Simson and Roger, Robert Ellis, William King, Robert the Joyner at Meeres', widow Ewens, Mr. Paddisson, Mr. Veatch, Mr. Thomas Cleggat, Mr. Lawrence, Mr. Griggs, Mr. Ashham, Hester Innis, William Milton, Mr. Gibbs, Hendrick Easterling, John Grammar, John Little, John Cooper, John Broome, Edward Turner, Mr. Charles Parvie, Mr. Robert Taylor, Mr. John Craycraft, widow Allen, Mr. Cuthbert Fenwick, Richard Crackbourne, Col. Brooke, Mr. Thomas Sprigg, Samuell Vines, John Foster, Mr. Tawney, Guy White, Mr. Raymond Stappleford, John Greve, Capt. Bourne, Mr. Butler, Mr. Groome, Mr. Swinfield, Mr. Smith, Mr. John Hance, Mr. Parker, Mr. Harris, John Whinfell, Mr. Archer, Mr. Binks, Capt. Darnall, Mr. Rowsby, Solomon Thomas, Thomas Boys.
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Guy White 3.111 I CA #36471 Nov 21 1676 Mar 2 1676
Servants mentioned: George Enoe, Thomas James.
Appraisers: William King, John Hall.
List of debts: John Hall, John Miles, William Bold, Richard Meakins, Peter Archer, William Pattison, William Jelfe, William King to Isaac Foxcroft, Nathaniell Sprigg, John Browne, Edward Crockett, Francis Gunby, John Nutthall, Henry Everard, Philip Bogus, William Kilby, Francis Bennet, William Harris, Henry Hemans, Henry Smart, Thomas Angelis, Richard Sturton, Francis Collier, Capt. Thomas Cleget, John Hambleton, Capt. John Quigley, John Off ley, William Dare.
Executrix: Sarah Evans (relict).
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Thomas Booty 6.302 I CA #2083 Aug 4 1679
Appraisers: William King, John Evans.
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Thomas Howes 6.510 A CA #8000#8198 Oct 1679
Payments to: Richard Preston paid to Benjamin Lawrence, William Berry paid to Benjamin Lawrence, William Kinge, William Bery.
Administratrix: Philis White (relict), wife of Gustavus White.
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William Willson (planter) 6.546 I CA #2409 Dec 9 1679
Appraisers: William King, John Peerce.
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List of Debts for John Garnish
In the Inventories & Accounts is a list of the debts for the estate of John Garnish. The list is undated; however, an inventory of his estate is dated 9 October 1679. This list can be found in Libor 6, Folios 547-557.
List of Debts
William King of Calvert County
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Ishmaell Wright 7A.334 A CA #17930 #17930 Jan 22 1680
Payments to: William Calvert, Esq, William Smith, Mr. Christopher Rousby, Mr. Fisher, Richard Bayly, Mr. Richard Preston, William Meares, James Thompson, Thomas Brooke, William Morear, Dr. Peerce, Mr. Groom.
Distribution to: relict (unnamed) now wife of administrator, orphan (unnamed). Administrator: William King.
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Daniell Clocker 8.223 I SM £99.5.3 Sep 15 1683
The inventory also included #62234.
Appraisers: Francis Catterson, James Cullen.
List of debts: John Thompson of Cecil County, James Greene, John Denison, Thomas Beale, Arthur Thompson, Thomas Dekens, William Colehouse, William Wells (C.C.), John Woodward, John Mevinton, Thomas Prichard, Thomas Jones, Thomas Doxey, John Sanner, Thomas Price of Cecil County, John Haley, William Foulan, Richard Whyby, Henry Malocks, Dr. Lockraman, Francis Leaf e, Thomas Banks, William Sympton, William Thomas, Richard Benton, Edmond Dennis, Seth Sergeant, Make Tode, Lewis Jones, Thomas Bensfourd, Hugh Baker, Jacob Johnson, Even Davis, William Blaneston, William Laytoed, Vymott Truey (77), Andrew Fouks of Accomac County, Nicholas Painter, Cousland Kife, Thomas Garret, John Cole, Humphrey Jones, Abraham Reedes, Joseph Wildblood, Walter Wolestone, John Evans (taylor), Charles Smith, Charles Edward, Obadiah Kuike, Michaell Rogers, Owen Guither, John Dowy, John Greene, Thomas Grunwink, Mr. George Buwler, Allen Ore, Thomas Nude, William Carrier, Thomas Wynne, John James of Cecil County, Daniell Carnell, John Hamilton of Charles County, Capt. James Neale, Henry Nowell, John Yeomons, Samuell Leo, Mathew Turner, John Craycroft, Mr. Turine, Walter Jeffery, John Blomfell, Robert Learge, Thomas Williams, Thomas Sloper, Ed. Cooke, William Cocks, William Levaly of Kent County, William Goldstone, Robert Mason, James Ellis, James Cullen, Thomas Batson, Capt. Henry Smith, Emanuell Ratclife, Emanuell Pichar, James Bigar, Thomas Brookes of Calvert County, Robert Devensheire, William Dent, Edward Horne, James Bourne, Rogert Meredy, Edmond Dwyer, Knelme Chiseldyne, Thomas Winder, William Michaell, Mr. John Lewellin, Francis Catterson, Solomon Ruttee, Mr. Jefferson, Elias Beach, John Smith, James Nuttwell, William Meredy, Owen Guyther, James Neale, Stephen Marty, Osius Wills, Thomas Stonestreete, Richard Edeleon, Thomas Tillit, John Stone, Henry Newell, John Sannar, George Newman, Thomas Keyting, Tracey Tymothy, William Rulance, Mr. Resick, Lewis Jones, Bryan Delay, Henry Exon, Mr. George Batelor, Richard Benton, Ed. Horne, Ed. Milard, William Price, Henry Lewis, William Bateman, Thomas Wynne, Gibbert Clark, John Martendale, Henry Mattocks, Arthur Ebey, George Hodgson, Thomas Husey, Capt. Randle Brandt, William Chesheire, Robert Tomson, Mathew Turnall, Thomas Williams, John Martindall, Thomas Guyther, James Regan, Elisabeth Green, Richard Edline, John Summer, Abraham Roers, William Michell, George Hodgson & William Roswell, William Twesdell, Walter Jeffery, Thomas Wynne, William Guyther, Edmond Dermote, William King, Charles Cooper, Henry Exon, Col. Chandler, Elias Nutwell, Symon Willmore, Edward Englis, Thomas Sympson, Madam Elisabeth Calvert, Michaell Millar. 
King, William (I090536)
 
89119 William Kirkland and Elisabeth Holiday m. 19 Dec 1723 Family F25152
 
89120 William Lewis (husband of Ann) d. 14 Aug 1705.
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William Lewis 25.329 I AA £331.12.0 Jul 11 1706
Appraisers: Thomas Cockey, Edward Gibbs.
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William Lewis 28.131 A AA £331.2.0 £52.9.5 Jun 30 1708
Payments to: John Noades, Thomas Homewood, George Eager, John Rattenbury, Sebastian Olle & Dinah Olle, George Plater, Esq., Sebastian Olle paid to Dinah Olle, Thomas Bordley.
Administratrix: Anne Lewis.
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William Lewis 338.22 A AA £344.9.2 £32.12.1 Aug 4 1712
Payments to: John Brice for James Ford, Capt. John Hyde per Thomas Tongue, Richard Hampton, Mary Eagle, David Rublin, Ruth Petticoat, William Taylor, William Taylard, Josiah Wilson, John Contee, William Bladen.
Administratrix: Mrs. Ann Marshall (formerly Ann Lewis).
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William Lewis 37C.113 A AA £143.17.5 Mar 4 1716
Payments to: James Govane guardian of Joseph Pettybone, John Contee, Esq.
Administratrix: Anne Lewis, now wife of Edward Marshall.
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Hopkins, William, A. A. Co 26th July, 1702; 6th Aug., 1702.
To wife 's eld. son, Thomas Browne and to her grandsons William and Henry Lewis, personalty.
To Thomas Jobson, eld. son of Jno. and Ann Jobson, at majority (he being now 10 yrs. of age), 112 A., "Smith's Range" at hd.. of Great Pine Neck Ck., and 100 A. (unnamed) adjoining "Hopkins' Fancy."
To Eliza:, dau. of sd. Jno. and Ann J obson, personalty.
To John, son of sd. Jno. and Ann Jobson, and hrs., 142 A. on Great Pine Neck and 80 A. on Little Pine Neck.
To Ann Jobson afsd., extx., house and lot in town of Annapolis.
To William Hopkins Jobson, son of afsd. Jno. and Ann, 100 A.., "Great Pine Neck," 100 A., "The Contest" on Great Bushie Neck; 100 A. adjoining Jno. Ray's and Rich'd Moss's; also dwelling plantation, 100 A., "Brimston" and 50 A., "'Browne and Clarke"; 30 A., "Hopewell"; 40 A., "Middle Land"; 100 A., "Taylor's Lot," and all lands and estate not heretofore devised.
Test : Patrick Ogilvie, Jas. Barley, Geo. Hodges, A. Cockett. 11. 212.
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Ryder, Thomas, A. A. Co., 27th Dec., 1703; 8th Feb., 1703.
To wife Blanch, extx., entire estate, real and personal; at her decease to pass to John Burle and hrs., and in. turn to Sarah, wife of Henry Brown and hrs., Blanch Wratton and hrs., and Eliza; Stanton and hrs., all afsd. being child. of wife Blanch.
Test: Robt. Jubb, Wm. Lewis, Emanuel Bishop. 11. 403. 
Lewis, William (I088517)
 
89121 William Lewis and Anna Stinchecomb m. 20 May 1730. Family F50981
 
89122 William Lewis was born Abt. 1743 in Fairfax County, Virginia. He married Catherine Linton May 15, 1766 in Loudoun County, Virginia. She was born September 27, 1748 in Fairfax County, Virginia.


Children of William Lewis and Catherine Linton are:

i. WILLIAM LEWIS, b. October 21, 1767, Loudoun County, Virginia; d. Abt. 1781, Messenger in Revolutionary War.

Notes for WILLIAM LEWIS:

Died at age 14 as a messenger in the Revolutionary War.

ii. HANNAH E. LEWIS, b. November 1769. 
Lewis, Joseph (I049924)
 
89123 William Lewiss and Ann parents of Rachell Lewiss dau b. 20 Feb 1729; Nicholus
Lewiss son b. 6 May 1736.
William Lewis and Ann parents of William Lewis son b. 20 May 1705.
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LEWIS, WILLIAM, Anne Arundel Co., planter. 18 Dec, 1749; 10 Jul, 1750
To son Nicholas, slaves.
To dau. Rachel Lewis, stock.
Residue of personal estate to son Nicholas Lewis and sd. dau. Rachel Lewis.
Wife Anne Lewis, extx.
Wit: John Merriken, vachel Denton, Joshua Hall. 27. 364
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Pettibone, Joseph, planter, A. A. Co., 2nd Dec., 1727; 11th March, 1727.
To sons Philip and Richard and their hrs., dwell. plan. and "Pyney Plaine," n. side Magothy R.; and residue of personalty; sd. sons dying without issue, sd. lands to pass to bro. William Lewis and hrs.; sd. sons to be for themselves at age of 18, to receive estates at age of 21.
" Robert Sping, personalty.
Test: Rev. Mr. James Cox, Robert Small, Edward Tarlow (Tharlow). 19, 517.
===
Joseph Petybone/Pettibone 13.308 AA £142.6.0 Apr 10 1728 Jun 28 1728
Appraisers: Philip Jones, Robert Boone.
Creditors: Mordecai Hammond, Thomas Homewood.
Next of kin: Thomas Lewis, William Lewis.
Executor: John Merriken.
===
Joseph Pettibone 9.299 A AA £142.6.0 £86.19.5 Mar 21 1728
Payments to: William Worthington, William Lewis, Ann Hall, Nicholas Sheppard, Thomas Homewood, Richard Tootle, Capt. Mord. Hamond, Dr. Charles Carroll, Robert Jubb, Benjamin Hammond, Elisabeth Evans, George Nelson, Vachell Denton, John Lamb, Magdalen White, Ralph Smith, Richard Snowden, Samuell Minskie, Ralph Woodall, Daniell Dulany, Esq. for William Hunt (merchant in London), Henry Donaldson, John Jordan, Col. Thomas Cockey, Simon Duff, Susannah Penninton, Rev. Mr. James Cox, Robert Small & Edward Thalow.
Legatees: Robert Spring.
Executor: John Merrikin.
===
Mr. Thomas Lewis 29.129 AA £279.12.1 Dec 15 1743 Dec 23 1743
Appraisers: Robert Boon, John Merikin.
Next of kin: William Lewis.
Executrix: Elisabeth Lewis.
===
STINCHCOMB, JOHN, Anne Arundel Co., planter. 4 Jan, 1748; 11 Sep, 1749
To wife Mary Stinchcome, son John Stinchcome, and dau. Rachel Stinchcome, my personal estate to be divided equally.
Wife, extx.
Wit: Phil. Pettibone, Wm. Lewis. 27. 89 
Lewis, William (I088518)
 
89124 William Ligon was born 1653 in Malvern Hills, Henrico County, Virginia., and died 1689 in Henrico, Virginia.. He was the son of Col. Thomas Ligon and Mary Harris.

Mary Tanner was born ABT 1662 in Henrico, Virginia., and died AFT 1689. She was the daughter of Joseph Tanner and Mary Browne.

Children of Mary Tanner and William Ligon are:
i. William Ligon was born 1682 in Henrico, Virginia., and died 1764 in Amelia, Virginia.. He married Elizabeth Batte 1703 in St. John's, Henrico, Virginia., daughter of Henry Batte and Mary Lounds. She was born 1682 in Charles City, Virginia, and died AFT 1764.
ii. John Ligon was born AFT 1673 in Henrico County, Virginia, and died UNKNOWN.
iii. Joseph Ligon was born ABT 1675 in Henrico County, Virginia, and died UNKNOWN.
iv. Mary Ligon was born ABT 1677 in Henrico County, Virginia, and died UNKNOWN.
v. Lucretia Ligon was born 1689 in Henrico County, Virginia, and died UNKNOWN.
vi. Sarah Ligon was born ABT 1685 in Henrico County, Virginia, and died 1785 in St. Patrick Parish, Prince Edward, Virginia..
vii. Phebe Ligon was born 1682 in Henrico County, Virginia, and died UNKNOWN.
viii. Thomas Ligon was born UNKNOWN in Henrico County, Virginia, and died 1705 in Henrico County, Virginia.
 
Ligon, Thomas (I000916)
 
89125 William Ligon was born 1653 in Malvern Hills, Henrico County, Virginia., and died 1689 in Henrico, Virginia.. He was the son of Col. Thomas Ligon and Mary Harris.

Mary Tanner was born ABT 1662 in Henrico, Virginia., and died AFT 1689. She was the daughter of Joseph Tanner and Mary Browne.

Children of Mary Tanner and William Ligon are:
i. William Ligon was born 1682 in Henrico, Virginia., and died 1764 in Amelia, Virginia.. He married Elizabeth Batte 1703 in St. John's, Henrico, Virginia., daughter of Henry Batte and Mary Lounds. She was born 1682 in Charles City, Virginia, and died AFT 1764.
ii. John Ligon was born AFT 1673 in Henrico County, Virginia, and died UNKNOWN.
iii. Joseph Ligon was born ABT 1675 in Henrico County, Virginia, and died UNKNOWN.
iv. Mary Ligon was born ABT 1677 in Henrico County, Virginia, and died UNKNOWN.
v. Lucretia Ligon was born 1689 in Henrico County, Virginia, and died UNKNOWN.
vi. Sarah Ligon was born ABT 1685 in Henrico County, Virginia, and died 1785 in St. Patrick Parish, Prince Edward, Virginia..
vii. Phebe Ligon was born 1682 in Henrico County, Virginia, and died UNKNOWN.
viii. Thomas Ligon was born UNKNOWN in Henrico County, Virginia, and died 1705 in Henrico County, Virginia. 
Ligon, William (I022443)
 
89126 William Ligon was born 1653 in Malvern Hills, Henrico County, Virginia., and died 1689 in Henrico, Virginia.. He was the son of Col. Thomas Ligon and Mary Harris.
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Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 9; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 33
MRS. MARY LIGON, former wife of William Ligon, dec'd; 383 acs..Henrico Co; on N. side of the gr. or main br. of Procter's (Cr.) ; 26 Oct. 1699, p. 243. trans.' of 8 pers: Wm. Ligon, Math. Oakeley, John Clark, Margaret Roach, Wm. Exaby, Robert Whitehead, Richd. FeiId, John Gilbert. 
Ligon, William (I022445)
 
89127 William lived in Southam Parish, Cumberland County, on land he inherited from his father. This later became part of Powhatan County

Amelia County was named for Princess Amelia Sophia Eleanora, daughter of George II of England. It was formed from Prince George and Brunswick Counties in 1734. Its area encompasses 366 square miles. The county seat is Amelia.

Parishes: Nottoway (also Prince Edward Co 1753-1755), and Raleigh.

mailto:simunneg@widomaker dot com

William Marshalll s/o Alexander married 3 times (1) Anne
children:
(1)Robert Marshall died young
(2)Elizabeth b. 1731 marr Henry MOODY
(3)Anne b. 1733 marr Abner Lockett (2) Joseph Gooch
(4)John MARSHALL b. 1735 marr Rebecca CLAY ca 1769 went to Orange Co NC

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REFN: 829GS
Cumberland County VA - Abstracts of Wills Book 1 & 2 -
Page 444: Will of WILLIAM MARSHALL of Southam Parish, dated 2 October 1768, Pro. 27 March 1769.

Wife Lucy Marshall, my plantation on Fighting Creek and 4 negroes, Joel, Stephen, Eady, Sall, 20 barrels corn, 600 lb. pork, etc. to support her family the one year after my death, also one feather bed and furniture which she brought with her in lieu of her right of dower;

son, John Marshall, tract of land, 350 a.;

son, William, land and plantation whereon I now live, 300a., also 140 a. in Chesterfield county on Turkey Branch;

my three children, John, Elizabeth and Anne should have a part of the bed and furniture I am now possessed with;

all my estate not mentioned to be divided between my ten children, this is viz.: John, William, Elizabeth, Ann, Phebe (?), Mary, Tabitha, Sarah, Martha, Sussanah when my son William shall come to age.

Appoint Frances Marshall, Edward Bass, guardian to my children.

Ex.: Thomas Worsham, William Archer and Henry Moody. Wit.: Dancey Macram (McCraw??),
Abner Lockett*, Joseph Taylor.

Page 445: Codicil: I desire that my friend, George Hancock shall be joint guardian to my children and their estates with Edward Bass and Francis Marshall and that my son William be taught to read, write and cypher as is needful for common business and my daughter, Martha and Susannah be taught to read and write, the money for school to be paid out of my estate. Codicil rec. court 27 March 1769.
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William Marshall
Last Will and Testament
In the name of God amen. I William Marshall of the parish of Southam and county of Cumberland, being weak of body but of perfect sence and memory but knowing the uncertainty of this life do make this last will and testament in manner and form following.
Imprimis: I give my soul into the arms of Jesus Christ my redeemer and my body to the earth to be buried at the discretion of my executors whom I shall hereafter mention and as for what worldly estate God hath been pleased to bless me with I give as follows to wit:
Item: I give and bequeath to my wife Lucy Marshall all my right and title to the plantation and houses I have by her on Fighting Creek and also my right and title to four Negro viz. Jack, Stephen, Eady and Sall, my will also is that said wife Lucy shall have twenty barrels of corn
and six hundred pounds of pork to support her family the first year after my death also one feather bed and furniture which she brought with her in lieu of her right of dower in my estate.
Item: I give and bequeath to my son John Marshall one certain tract of parcel of land lying in Amelia County on Barebone Creek containing 350 acres be the same more or less to him and his heirs.
Item: I give and bequeath to my son William Marshall the land and plantation whereon I now live containing 300 acres more or less, also 149 acres in Chesterfield County lying on Turkey Branch be the same more or less to him and his heirs forever.
Item: my will is that my three children, John, Elizabeth and Anne should have no (?) part of my beds and furniture I am now possess d with.
Item: my will and desire is that all my estate not mentioned in my will should be equally divided between my ten children, viz: John, William, Elizabeth, Ann, Phebe, Mary, Tabitha, Sarah, Martha, Susanah, when my son William Marshall shall come of age of 18 years of them and his heirs forever.
Item: my will is that if either of said children should died without lawful heir, that the said estate should be equally divided between the survivors.
Item: I also constitute and appoint Francis Marshall and Edward Bass guardians to my children.
Item: I also constitute and appoint Thomas Worsham, William Archer and Henry Moody executors of my last will and testament revoking all other wills by me made declaring this to be my last will and testament in witness whereof I, the said William Marshall have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this second day of October 1768.
(Signature of William Marshall - witnessed by Dancy MacCraw, Abner Lockett, Joseph Taylor.
A condicil of the aforesaid will to be annexed thereto.
Item: my will and desire is that my friend George Hancock shall be joint guardian to my children and their estates of Edward Bass and Francis Marshall and that my son, William be taught to read and write and scypher as far as is needful for common business and my daughters Marthat and Susanah to be taught to read and write, the money for their schooling to be paid out of my estate, also my will and desire is that my wife Lucy be content with what I have before bequeathed to her and to live at her own former place after my deceased, to lend her some stock to raise on for her own use but after her death to return to my estate, they and their Increase viz: two cows and calves, two cows and pigs and four ewes witness my hand this second day of October, 1768.
(Signed William Marshall, published and declared in presence of Dancey MacCraw, Abner Lockett and Joseph Taylor) Cumberland Co. Va Wills, page 455.
Cumberland court, March 27th 1769, the reading of William Marshall s Last Will and Testament. Written as follows:
This last will and testament of William Marshall (dec d) was proved by Dancey MacCraw and Abner Lockett, two of the witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded and on the motion of Henry Moody, one of the executors therein named who made oath according to law certificate is granted him for obtaining a probate thereof in due form giving whereupon he together with Francis Marshall, George Williamson and John Mayo his securities entered into bond according to law and liberty is reserved to the other executors to join in probate. Test Thompson Swann (Clerk) a Copy - Teste: Carol Ol. Henshaw, Deputy Clerk, Circuit Court, Cumberland County, Virginia.

On 27 Nov 1775 for division of decendents property.
The heirs listed for this division were the following:

Henry Moody and wife Elizabeth Marshall
Moody Abner Lockett and wife Anne Marshall Lockett
Dancy McCraw and wife Phebe Marshall McCraw
Arthur Moody and his wife Mary Marshall Moody
Drury Williams and wife Tabitha Marshall Williams
John Robards and wife Sarah Marshall Robards
William Marshall
Martha Marshall
Susan Marshall infants of their guardians
John Marahall

(Cumberland Co. Va Court Order Bk 1774-1778 pg. 351)
Bio: Elizabeth Marshall (b. 13 July 1731, bapt. 24 Sept 1731 Bristol Parish,
Henrico Parish Register, Chamberlayne, pg 65)
Elizabeth married Henry Moody. Henry Moody died in Mecklenburg County, Virginia before 13 Feb 1792. Apparently, Elizabeth Marshall Moody then moved to Lincoln Co. Ky and then to Boubon Co. Ky as listed in tax table (no date specified.)
In Jan 1787, John Marshall sold 300 acres to Arthur Moody.
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James Hughes 2007-01-14 17:59:08
Deed Data Pool - Nottoway.gz

Nottoway and Amelia Cos., Virginia

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Typ patent
Ref VPB 17:353
Dat 10 Jun 1737
To Lawrence Brown
Con £4
re 767a Amelia/ on the lower side of Wests Creek
loc -40446 -26660 F127 L0 P136 0 4 6
Pt 0. Richard Jone's Corner Beech upon the said Creek
Ln e40s; 216p; Richard Jones's lower Line
Pt 1. his Corner
Ln W30S; 108P; sd Jones
Pt 2. William Marshall's Corner in the same
Ln S; 252P; William Marshall
Pt 3. his Corner in Roger Moore's Line
Ln E; 196P; Roger Moore
Pt 4. a Corner Hiccory
Ln N; 252P;
Pt 5.
Lm n; 65p; my added line
Pt 6. a Corner
Ln nw; 94p; W 94P
Pt 7.
Ln N40E; 216P;
Pt 8. Wests Creek
Lm ; ; up Wests Cr.
end 
Marshall, Capt William (I000904)
 
89128 William Lofting 25.160 A BA £42.7.3 £25.0.10 Feb 13 1705
The amount of the inventory also included #9833. The amount of the accounts also included #15843.
Payments to: George Chancey, Mr. Wriothesley, Dr. Henry Davison, Thomas Hutchins, Jahn Kemball, Cornelius Harrington, Emanuell Coley, George Jackson, Thomas Browne, William Loney, Jacob Johnson, Ann Johnson, John Browne, Richard Perkins, Henry Wright, Thomas Minns, executor of James Frisby, Thomas Edmonds, executor of Madam Blanch Wells, Thomas Gilberd, Jr., William Taylard.
Administrator: John Hall, Esq. 
Lofting, William (I088662)
 
89129 William Loyal & Mary Masey was marryed August 6th 1685 Family F50022
 
89130 William Lucas 3.65 A SM #1142 #2447 Jan 29 1676
Executrix: Frances Lucas (widow).
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Wardner, Warner, Andrew, St. Mary's Co., 5th Oct., 1660 ; 27th Mch., 1662.
To wife Mary, execx., land at hd. of St. Clear's Branch until son George attain age of 21 yrs. If wife should die, dau. Isabel to be committed to care of William Lucas, and son George to John Vankeck.
Overseers : Wm. Lucas, Wm. Cole, John Vanheck.
Test: Wm. Kelly, Geo. Mee. 1. 156.
===
Beavin, Hugh, St. Mary's Co., 16th Oct., 1661; 23rd Nov., 1661. John Vanheck and William Lucas, joint exs. and sole legatees. Test: Josias Smith, Philip Mackeaneday. 1. 157. 
Lucas, William (I069627)
 
89131 William Lyall dyed Jan'y y'^ 19 & was buried Jan'y y<^ 21 1715.
William Loyall and Margaret Thompson was Married the 17th of Septemb. 1678
John Elee & Margaret Loyall of this parish was Married 2th of Aug" 1682.
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1690-1694 Middlesex Co Va Order Book 2, [Antient Press]; Page 506
Middlesex County Court 4th of June 1691
- Its ordered by this Court? that WILLIAM LOYALL doe pay one hundred pounds of tobacco as

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1679-1688 Middlesex Co Va Deed Book 2, Part 1 [Antient Press]; Page 249-251
THIS INDENTURE made this Second day of May 1687 Between Mr. WILLIAM LOYALL of ye Parrish of Christ Church in ye County of Middlesex in Virginia Planter & MARY his Wife of one part and Mr. HUGH WATTS of ye County aforesd planter Witnesseth that sd William Loyall & Mary his Wife for ye full quantity of two thousand five hundred pounds of good & merchantable sweet sented Tobbo. in Caske to them paid by sd Hugh Watts doe by these presents grant unto the said Hugh Watts his heires Eighty acres of land in ye Countie aforesaid by ye edge or side of ye Dragon Swamp Runn, and thence running down ye Dragon Swamp Runn it several courses & turning unto another Branch to ye land of THOMAS STACEY thence up allongst sd branch its severall courses to ye sd WILLM LOYALLE head line & thence ye sd line until it meete with ye runn of ye first mentioned branch lastly down ye sd Branch Runn unto ye Dragon Run the place it first began
In presence of us EDWIN THACKER, Wilim. Loyal!
JOHN NASH Mary Loyal!
Mt a Court held for Middx. County the 20 May 1687
Then came into Court William Loyal and acknowledged the within Deed to bee his act & deed MARY LOYALL alsoe came into Court and being privately examined acknowledged the within deed to be her act and deed
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I HUGH WATTS of Middlesex Countie haveing bought of William Loyal a parcell of land expreset in a Certaine Deed of Sale dated with these presents and I agree with Ye sd William Loyal (as followeth) That I doe acknowledge ourselves to he satisfied with onely his Right of a certain Island within ye Dragon Swamp; which Island is within the boundes of salle & that ye said Willm Loyal! shall not come to any trouble by ye claime of any person that shall have any claime to ye sd Island but ye sd Sale to stand in full power as Wittness this Second day of May 1687
Presence of us EDWIN THACKER, Hugh Watts
JOHN NASH
Att a Court held for Middx. County the 2 of May 1687
Then came into Court Hugh Watts & acknowledged ye wthn deed to be his act & deed
 
Loyall, William (I127940)
 
89132 William Maccubbin 58.34 BA £629.12.1 Dec 28 1753 Mar 15 1754
Appraisers: Tobias Stansbury John Ensor, Jr.
Creditors: William Lyon Nicolas Rogers.
Next of kin: Za. Maccubbin, Moses Maccubbin.
Administratrix: Clara Maccubbin. 
MacCubbin, William (I031212)
 
89133 William Markham of Stafford Co. VA was born in England maybe around 1655. 29 Dec 1677 Lt. Col. Cad. Jones and Mr. David Jones were granted 14,114 acres in Stafford County, Virginia on both sides of the Accotynk and Pohick Rivers for the transport of 282 persons, including Wm Markeham Markham, William (I025249)
 
89134 William Marlow & Elizabeth Smith 2-17-1803 Family F07117
 
89135 William Marlow & Mary Willett 12-29-1786 Family F07116
 
89136 William married Ann Benger and was called William "the younger" to distinguish him from his first cousin, William "the elder," who was the second son of Robert Brooke, Jr. (the " Knight of the Golden Horseshoe " )
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At a Court held for Essex Co. at Tappahannock on the 19th day of November, 1764. This last Will and Testament of William Brooke dec'd was this day presented in Court and proved by the Witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded, and at a Court Continued and held for the same County at Tappahannock on the 21st day of May Anno Domini 1765 was presented in Court by John Rose Gent, one of the Executors herein named who made oath thereto according to law, and on his motion having performed what the law in the like cases require, Certificate is Granted him for obtaining a probate thereof in due form, and at a Court held for the said Co. at Tappahannock on the 18th day of May, 1767, this Will was again presented in Court by Anne Brooke the Executrix herein named who made oath thereto according to Law which is allowed to be certified.
Test: JOHN LEE, JUNR., Clk.
Will Book No. 12 Essex Co. Court House

WILL OF WILLIAM BROOKE, 1767.
Will of William Brooke, son -of 'William Brooke, r, and of his wife, Sarah (Taliaferro ) Brooke; he was called William Brooke " the youneer."
In the name of God. This is the last will and testament of William Brooke, gent., after recommending my soul to God, I give and devise in manner following.
I give to my beloved wife one third part of my whole estate during her life in lieu of dower.
I give to my son* John all my lands in Essex and Orange to him and heirs forever, but as my wife is now pregnant(a), if the child should be a male then I give all my lands in Orange(b) to such male child and his heirs forever. I will and devise that all my slaves be equally divided between my son * John and the child my wife is now pregnant with, if a boy, and that my son John shall have his first choice. But if the said unborn child should be a girl the sum of five hundred pounds current money and two negro girls to be purchased out of the profits of the estate given to my son* John. If my wife should be delivered of twins, a male and female, I will that the male have the lands and slaves aforesaid, and that the girl have five hundred pounds and two slaves as aforesaid. If two sons, then the land and slaves devised to the unborn child to be equally divided between them, to them and their heirs. If two females then I give to each five hundred pounds, and to each two slaves and no more. I give to my wife the use of all my furniture until my son* John shall arrive at the age of twenty one years, and this over and above her third part aforesaid, and all the rest of my estate I give to be equaliy divided between my son * John and the child my wife is now pregnant with. If a boy or two boys in the same manner as the slaves were above devised to be divided.
I appoint my dear wife,* my sister,* Alexander Rose, John Rose and Hugh Rose my executors and guardians to my children.
I will that Phoebe Brooke (c) be maintained out of the profits of my estate till she arrives at age or marries. In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 29th day of September, 1761.
WILLIAM BROOKE. (L. S.)
Signed, sealed and acknowledged in presence of
James Anderson, John Taliaferro.
Probate completed May 18th, 1767.
Will Book 12, page 150, Essex County Records.
"Ann Brooke, Executrix.

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In obedience to an order of Essex Co. Court, dated in June, 1768, directing us to settle Mr. John Rose's part of the Executorship of William Brooke, dec'd. It appears that the said Rose proved the last will of the said William Brooke and took upon himself the burden of the Executorship in May, 1765 ; that some time in May, 1767, the said widow likewise proved the said will, and on the fourth day of December last intermarried with Mr. Richard Hipkins. We have, therefore, examined the books, vouchers and papers relating to the said estate from the time of the Testator's death to the 10th of December, 1767, in which books and particular transactions of each Executor are specified, which will more fully appear by the Books of Mr. James Anderson Factor for the greatest Creditor to the estate, and we have from those extracted and annexed a general account of the profits on the whole estate during the said time, together with the debts received, the money borrowed and the application of all the said articles. We likewise annexed a list of Balances due to and from the said estate on the loth day of December, 1767, as far as accounts have been given in to the said John Rose. We are thus particular in stating these affairs because the said John Rose informs us that since May, 1767, he has been an inhabitant of a remote County, and it is impossible for him duly to attend the business of the said estate, and hath therefore left the entire management thereof from the 10th of Dec. last to them, the said Richard and Anne, and the said John Rose in our hearing hath intimated to the said Richard that he is resolved in no way to interfere with the management of the said estate for the future. It is acknowledged by Mr. John Rose and Mr. Hipkins that about two months before the sale of the negroes made by Mr. Hipkins that they and Alexander Rose (one of the Executors named in the will, tho' not acting otherwise than as a friend and adviser), that a sale of some part of the estate was acknowledged necessary to satisfy the Creditors, and that they did not consider that the household furniture ought to be sold before the slaves, as it was especially left to the widow. That since the sale of the slaves the said Hipkins is advised the household furniture ought first to have been sold, which he says he will still sell, as a considerable balance is due from the estate, more than the sale of such furniture will probably amount to. This we certify at the request of Mr. Hipkins, who says all the personal estate except the furniture aforesaid was sold before the negroes, which Mr. John Rose, who was not present, believes to be true.
Given under our hands the loth day of Aug., 1768.
MUSCOE GARNETT,
JAMES ROSE,
JOHN LEE.
At a Court continued and held for Essex Co., at 'Tappahannock, on the 20th day of Sept., 1768. This administration account of the estate of William Brooke, dec'd, and the auditor's report was returned and ordered to be recorded.
John Rose, Ex. List as was delivered Mr. Hipkins by Thomas Broad-bond :

Received Aug. 20th, 1768, of John, a List of Balances due Dec. 10th, 1768, at which time I entered upon the management of the estate.
RICHARD HIPKINS.
At a Court continued and held for Essex Co., at Tappahannock, on the 10th day of Sept, 1768. This list of balances due the estate of William Brooke, dec'd, was presented in Court and ordered to be recorded.
Test :
JOHN LEE, Cl'k.
A division of the slaves belonging to the estate of William Brooke, dec'd, between Mr. Richard Hipkins, in right of his wife and John Brooke, heir-at-law. Lot No. 1, to the heir-at-law, and Lot No. 2, to Mrs. Hipkins, Jan'ry 25th, 1771.
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At a Court held for Spotsylvania county, April 3rd, 1759, William Brooke and Lawrence Taliaferro gave bond as executors and administrators of Dorothea Benger, widow of Elliott Benger, who died in 1751, He had an estate in Albemarle.
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1733-1735 Essex County, Virginia Deed Book 20, Part 1; [Antient Press]; Page 124-128
THIS INDENTURE made the Sixth and Seventh day of October in the Ninth year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the second 1735 Between RICE BROCKE of the County of KING & QUEEN Planter & JOHN BROCKE the Son & heir of the said Rice Brocke by MARTHA his Wife the Surviving Daughter & sole heiress of DAVID WILSON late of the County of Essex decd of the one part and WILLIAM BROOKE the Son and heir of WILLIAM BROOKE Gentn, late of the County of Essex aforesd deced of the other part Witnesseth that the said Rice and John Brocke for sum Eighty five pounds Ten shillings current money of Virginia by the said William Brooke (or some person for him) to them the said Rice and John Brocke or one of them they do hereby confirm unto him the said William Brooke (in his actual possession now being by virtue of bargain and sale & virtue of the Statute for transferring uses into possession) and to his heirs for ever all that parcell of land whereon the said David Wilson (the Grandfather of the said John Brocke) lived containing Eighty six acres of land being on the South side of Rappahannock River in the Parish of St. Anns in Essex County and adjoining the
land of the said Mr. Wm Brooke . ,
In presence of GE. BRAXTON JNR., Rice Brocke
ROBERT FARGUSON, GEORGE RINGLESBACK John Brocke
At a Court continued & held for Essex unty at Tappa. on XVIIIth day of February MDCCXXXV Rice Brocke & John Brocke came into Court and acknowledged this Indenture to William Brooke to be their act and deed which is admitted to record.  
Brooke, William (I083290)
 
89137 William Marshall 1.212 A CH #49340 #49340 Apr 8 1675
Payments to: Alexander Lauth, Mr. Gerrald Sly, Mr. Thomas Motley, Mr. Gerrald Vansweringen, Edward Turner, Mr. Thomas Clipson, Joseph Horton, John Poter, John Dotson, John Prich, Benjamin Rozer, Matthew Hill (minister), John Harrice, Robertt Henley, Richard Edelen for Francis FitzHerbert, Robertt Heny.
Executor: Francis Wyne (also Francis Wine ). 
Dodson, John (I091136)
 
89138 William Marshall had a son George born in Yorkshire England, Sep 1 1646. this George must have been older by 5 or 10 years.
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Marshall, George St. Mary's Co. 21 Sept, 1675
21 Dec 1675
Son Adriaen, sole legbatee of estate, real and personal.
Ex Thomas Potter.
Test Jno. Hall, Morgan Jones. 2.392
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George Marshall 2.5 I #9392 Jan 15 1675
Appraisers: Thomas Doxey, Constantine O'Kieffe.
List of debts: Peter Evers, Thomas Seamens, Thomas Moore, James Magregory, Thomas Huse.
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George Marshall 4.1 A SM #25555 #24456 Apr 21 1677
Payments to: Capt. Robert Jones, Capt. Edward Tarleton, John Baker, Morgan Jones, Bryan Dalie, Thomas Dent for John Edwards, Elisabeth de la Roche Thomas Doxey, John Morris, Edward Jones, Peter Eure (dead), James Magringer, Thomas Seamans, Thomas Hoghes, Thomas Moore, Mr. Robert Carvile, Christopher Spry who married the widow of Thomas Brinson, Stephen Murty, John Blomfield.
Executor: Thomas Potter.
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Volume 49 Page 18 Provincial Court Proceedings, 1663 Liber B B [p. 19]
This Day Came George Marshall of St Michaells in St Maries County before mee Philip Caluert Chancelor of Maryland, & Did freely acknowledge to owe & stand indebted unto Willm Hollingworth of Salem in New England the full & just sume of Two Thowsand Two hundd & Twelue pownds of Tob & Cask to bee payd to the sd Willm Hollingworth or his certaine Attorney att or before the Tenth Day of Nouember next ensuing the date hereof, And unlesse bee shall soe doe doth freely for him & his heyres Graunt that the sume of Two Thowsd Two hundd & Twelue pownds of Tob shall bee Leauyed uppon any his Lands Tenemts Goods & Chattles wthin this Prouince of Maryland & bee deliuered to the sd Willm Hollingworth or his Attorney.
George Marshall.
Taken & acknowledged before mee
this 20th of May 1663.
Philip Caluert.
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1663 George Marshall enters his marke (Vizt) Crop'd on the Left eare wth a slitt in the Crop, The Right eare slitt wth an ouerkeele & a nick behind the eare.

58 Provincial Court Proceedings, 1663 Vid fol.
I Edward Harwood doe constitute & appoynt my Trusty & Wel beloued ffreind George Marshall my Lawfull Attorney, to sue arrest supra. imprisone & release Elizabeth Greene, or Compownd her in an acct of the Case uppon Defamaon, And whatsoeur my sd Attorney shall Act or doe therein, I doe ratify & contirme it, in as large & ample manner as if my self e were there prsonally present.
As wittnes my hand the 8th day of Septembr 1663.
Wittnes present Edward Harrod
Willm Brooke Marke Pheypo his marke.
================
George immigrated to MD before 1663. George's will was probated December 1, 1675 in St. Marys Co, Md. George Marshall had married Adria Potter by September 10, 1663 when he petitioned the court, "being married to the Daughter of Henry Potter," that he had an interest in sevants who made a crop with William Green (Adria's stepfather) and James Woosey in 1662 and,having disposed of part of the tobacco to satisfy William Green's debts. William Green stands indebted to him. He evidently emigrated to Maryland by 1663, for on December 4, 1663 he demanded land for transporting himself, Anthony Welch, Lewis Ellis, Thomas Vaughn, Richard Jones, and Hugh Carmean. He assigned his rights to 300 acres of land to William Moor. Being commanded out to march against the Indians he made his will September 2, 1675 in St. Marys Co, leaving his estate to son "Adryan" Marshall. Thomas Potter (his brother-in-law) was to be the executor.
http://www.gencircles.com/users/kgoodman/1/data/2480

Greene, Eliza:, 9th Jan., 1682; 25th March., 1683. To son John and hrs., "Dutchman's Park." To grandchild, [grandchildren] Adrian Marshall and Thomas Potter, daughter-in-law Else, Adrye Dixon and child. of Thomas Dixon and of Henry Potter, personalty. Ex. Thos. Dixon. Test: Tim. Treacy, Jno. Woodas, Edward Chester. 4. 11.
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Joseph Bruff 1.72 I SM Sep 15 1674
Appraisers: Bryan Odaly, Thomas Doxly.
List of debts: Charles de la Roche, Gerrard Vansweringen, Col. William Calvert, Mr. Vansweringen, Thomas Doxly, Richard Talbert.
Administrator; George Marshall.
===
Joseph Bruffe 2.91 A SM #12051 #12719
Payments to: Brian O'Daly, Morgan Jones, Mary Williams, Stephen Murty, Francis Sourton, John Day, Richard Atwood, Mr. Clement Hill (sheriff), William Asbeston, Charles Hay, Thomas Vaughan, John Hailes, Samuell Hull (cooper).
Administrator: George Marshall.
===
Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/megafile/msa/speccol/sc2900/sc2908/00000 1/000049/html/am49--7.html
URL title: Proceedings of the Provincial Court, 1663-1666
Note:
Proceedings of the Provincial Court, 1663-1666
Volume 49, Page 7

Provincial Court Proceedings, 1663. 7

The originall was attested by all the wittnesses in my prnce uppon Liber B B
Oath, 28 Aprilis 1663. Willm Bretton.

I doe assigne ouer all my Right & Tytle of Elizabeth Holebrooke [p.7]
for ffowre Crops, unto John Williams his heyres or Assignes, as witt
nes my hand this 31 March, Ano 1663. I Will Colman.
John Vanheek The mrk of Willm Seleye.

I John Williams doe assigne ouer unto Elizabeth Greene my whole
interest & Right of Elizabeth Holbrooke mentioned in the within
assigmt for ffowre Crops, to the use & profitt of Christian Potter,
And doe bind my self e my heyres, Executors, & assignes to warrant
the sd Elizabeth Holebrooke from all iust Claimes whatsoeuer. In
wittnes whereof I haue hereunto putt my hand the 14th day of Aprill
1663. John Williams
Wittnes prsent his marke.
Will Brooke George Marshall.

I Elizabeth Greene doe in the behalf e of my Children assigne ouer
unto John Williams one Browne Yeareling heyfer, her encrease
for the use & profitt of Oliue Williams, her heyres Executors, Ad
mistrators & Assignes (The Bull calfes excepted, Well are to bee to
the use of John Williams untill the sd Oliue cometh to age) And I
the sayd Elizabeth Greene doe bind my self e & my Children to
warrant & defend the sd heyfer unto the sd John Williams for the use
aforesd, from all iust claimes whatsoeur In wittnes whereof I haue
hereunto putt my hand the 14th day of Aprill 1663.
Wittnes prsent Elizabeth Greene
Will Brooke George Marshall. her marke
The Marke of the abouesd heyfer is Ouerkeeld & Cropt on the mark Cattle Right care, And a Crop & slitt on the Left care.

If Mr Secretary will take Cattle & 900l of Tob. To witt Two
Cowes Two yeareling heyfers, & Bull of 2 yeares old running in
Mr Brettons neck, for my sisters ffreedome & passage conuenient to
London this yeare, I assigne all the foresd Cattle & Tob. to the same,
Mr Secretary wittnes my hand this 12 of March 1662.
Christopher Jones.
The Tobacco is in Capt Gwythers hand, due for my seruice att
Sasquehanock ffort. Mr Lre of Attorney are in Mr Metcalfes hand
for Mr Willm Caluert.
If Mr Secretary would haue a Bill of sale, Mr Bretton will not [p. 8]
fayle to giue one, ffor I bought one Cowe of him, the rest came
of her.

Wittnesses ffr: ffitzherbert, Luke Gardnor.
===
James Hughes 2005-06-08 10:22:07
Proceedings of the Provincial Court, 1670/1-1675Volume 65, Page 651
p. 627 - p. 628
Garret Vansweringen
against
George Marshall late of St Maries County, planter, was attached to answer Garret Vansweringen in a plea of trespas upon the case

And whereupon the said Garret by Kenelm Cheseldyn his Attorny complaineth that whereas the said George Marshall the first day of September in the yeare One thousand six hundred seventy three Stood indebted to him the said Garrett for divers liquors and other accomodations received at the house of him the said Garret as also for Severall Summes of tobacco at the request of him the said George paid unto Severall persons by him the said Garret on the behalf e of him the said George as also for One hundred & Seaven pounds of tobacco due upon ballance of a former accompt from him the said George to him the said Garret at divers dayes and times to wit from the said first day of September in the yeare aforesaid untill the eleventh day of December in the yeare One thousand six hundred Seventy foure a particular of all which is here in Court produced in the whole amounting to the summe of two thousand & forty pounds of tobacco In consideration whereof the said George did assume upon himselfe to the Said Garret did faithfully promise that he the said George when thereunto required the Said summe of two thousand & forty pounds of tobacco to him the said Garret would well & truly content & pay Notwithstanding which the said George the said Summe of two thousand & forty pounds of tobacco to him the said Garret according to his promise hath not paid though often thereunto required but the same to pay hitherto hath & Still doth altogether deny to the damage of the said Garret three thousand five hundred pounds of tobacco & thereupon he bringeth his suite.
And the said George by Robert Carvile his Attorny comes & defends the force & injury when &c & saith that he did not assume upon himself e nor to the said Garret make such promise as the said Garret hath above declared against him and of this he putts him selfe upon the Country and the plaintiff likewise therefore it is comanded the Sheriff that he cause to come here twelve &c But before the jurors came the said George in his proper person came & Saith nothing in barr or avoidance of the action aforesaid of him the said Garret whereupon the said. Garret remaineth against him thereupon wholy undefended Therefore it is considered by the Court here to wit at St Maries the five & twentith day of November in the 44th yeare of the Dominion of Caecilius &c Annoq Doth One thousand six hundred Seventy five that the said Garret recover against

652 Provincial Court Proceedings, 1675.

Liber M M the said George the summe of two thousand & forty pounds of tobacco for his damages Susteined by occasion of the trespas afore said as also the Summe of five hundred twenty eight pounds of tobacco costs of Suite.
===
URL title: Proceedings of the Provincial Court, 1663-1666Volume 49, Page 2
Note:
Provincial Court Proceedings, 1663.

Liber B B George Marshall dds writt agst Willm Greene. Accon Case.
Wart to sheriffe St Maries County to arrest &c: Ret. ut supra
Summons to eundm sheriffe pro John Williams & Mary his wife
to testify in ditt 500£Tob. each.
===
Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/megafile/msa/speccol/sc2900/sc2908/00000 1/000049/html/am49--52.html
URL title: Proceedings of the Provincial Court, 1663-1666 Volume 49, Page 52
Note:
52 Provincial Court Proceedings, 1663.

Liber B B That whereas Willm Greene hath had a Seruant of yor Petrs for
two yeares past, working in a Crop of Corne & Tob, During wch
time hath noe accompt for his serut from the sd Willm Greene,
yor Petr therefore humbly desyreth tht yor sd Petr may haue satis
faction for his sd seruants labour for the two yeares or a true
accompt thereof from the sd Wm Greene. And yor Petr shall
pray &c:

George Marshall plf The deft denyeth tht hee eyther had or now
Willm Greene deft hath any such Serut of the ptfs, as is alleaged
by the plf in his Petn, And therefore desyreth tht hee may proue the
same.
Anthony Welch (the seruant now question) being demanded of
the Court where hee lyued, Sayth That hee lyued euer since hee was
assigned ouer by Roger Isham wth his Dame Potter.
Willm Brooke Sworne in ditt: sayth That according to a Cond icon
(wch hee now sheweth in open Court) Anthony Welch was to haue
a share of the Crop in Año 1661.
Marks Pheypo sayth that in Año 1661 Ten Thowsd pownds of
Tob & thirty Barrells of Corne & upwards was made of the Crop that
yeare.
Vid order. James Hoosey sayth tht hee heard Willm Greene say tht hee made
Infra soe much, But knoweth noe further.
Retracted.

The Court Adiorned for two howres.
The Court mett againe, All prnt as afore.
===
Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://209.116.251.240/megafile/msa/speccol/sc5000/sc5094/002000/002784/ht ml/sc5094-2784-35.html
URL title: Dr. Lois Green Carr Mens Career Files
Note:
George Marshall Test. Proc. 5, 452-53

May 23, 1673

appraiser of the estate of Thomas Paine of St. Jeromes in St. Michaells.
===
James Hughes 2005-07-06 08:05:54
Proceedings of the Provincial Court, 1663-1666 Volume 49, Page 527

Robert King dds writt agst Wm Greene Elizabeth his wife & John 20th Braddy serut to George Marshall in an accon of Tresspass to the
uallue of 1000lb tob:
Warrt to sherriffe of St Marys County to arrest &c: Ret. 2d January next Prouinciall Court
Robt King dds writt of summons for Mary Brow William Os- ditto die berston John Vanheeck Henry Pennington George Marshall &
Jeremy Harrington to testify &c: in ditto Causo: upon perill of forfeiting each person 500lb tob: to the Lord Propr in Case they apeare not
Warrt to sherriffe of St Marys County to warne &c. Ret 2d January next Prouinciall Court

James Hughes 2005-07-06 08:07:50
Proceedings of the Provincial Court, 1666-1670 Volume 57, Page 22

Robert King plt sherriffe returnes writt thus (languidus Wm Greene Eliz defts in persona) of William Greene but his wife & Braddy sends to George Marshall a note to desire him to be his Attorney in the Case, which the said Marshall did first produce by a pecce of paper, which was not thought an authenticke power, then the said Marshall did allsoe deny (being askt if he would answere for him) to be his Attorney, whereupon the plt: Craues fudgmt upon default, but the husband Wm Greene being incapaple of making his appearance could not pass Judgmt agst the wife, But Ordered that he appeare next Prouinall Court by himselfe or Attorney, Otherwise to shew Cause to the Contrary to the said Court


James Hughes 2005-07-06 08:09:48
Proceedings of the Provincial Court, 1663-1666 Volume 49, Page 44

Robt King pr lf The plf demandeth of the deft according Vid. Lib Attor: Ni: Gwyth p to Order last Prouinciall Court 1900£& 1662 fol. Willm Greene deft Cask, wch cause was then Respited the 117 defts Wife then alleaging tht shee had a discharge for tht Debt, & Vid. infra thereuppon brought the same now, & shewed it in Court, sd dis fol. 57 & charge was scrupled by the Board the plf alleaging tht the same was forged by her as hee is able to proue.
George Marshall sayth uppon oath tht a Seruant Boy of Elizabeth Greenes did acknowledge to him tht hee writt the Receipt or dis
charge now produced in Court, & told this Depont further tht it would stand in noe force, And tht shee caused him to write it.
Willm Ashbishton sayth uppon oath that comparing this writing or Receipt wth other the Boys writings, hee really belieues this to
bee the Boys owne writing.
===
Volume 49 - Proceedings of the Provincial Court, 1663-1666
Marshall, George, 2, 7, 19, 24, 31, 32, 34, 36, 37, 43, 44, 47, 51, 52, 58, 73, 76, 371, 412, 413, 418. 527, 539;
===
James Hughes 2006-01-25 17:43:54
Proceedings of the Provincial Court, 1666-1670 Volume 57, Page 275

This bill bindeth me Henry Savage of the province of Maryland
in the County of St Maries planter me my heires executors or assignes
to pay or cause to be paid unto Mr Joseph Swet and W Bartholomew
Cad theme heires executors or assignes the full and Just suffie of
eleaven hundred and nine pounds of good sound merchantable tobacco
and Caske to be paid in St Michaels hundred at the Lower end of
the towne at or upon the tenth day of October next ensueing the
Date hereof as Wittnesse my hand this 22 of April 1663
Wittness present his marke
GEORGE MARSHALL Henery X Savage
Fobbe Robarts

This bill bindeth me Robert Corke of the County of St Maries me [p. 572]
my heires executors administrators and assignes to pay or cause to
be paid unto fobbe Roberts him his heires or assignes the full and
just Sume of foure hundred thirty and One pounds of good sound
merchantable Leafe tobacco and Caske to be paid at the lower end of
the towne at or by the 10th of november next ensueing the date hereof
as wittnesse my hand 1 day of June 1665 his
Testes GEORGE MARSHALL Robert Re Corke
EDWARD LEAKE marke
===
James Hughes 2006-01-25 17:50:25
Proceedings of the Provincial Court, 1666-1670 Volume 57, Page 279
[p. 576]
This bill bindeth me George Marshall of St Maryes County in
Maryland planter my heires executors admrs and assignes to pay or
Cause to be paid unto Fobbe Robberts mercht his heires executors
admrs or assignes or his Certaine Attorney the full and just sume
of three hundred sixty and foure pounds of tobacco in Caske ac-
cording to act of assembly at or upon the tenth day of November
next ensueing the date hereof at my now dwelling house in St Mi-
chaels hundred as Wittnesse my hand this 5th day of March Annocp
Dom 1667 George Marshall (Sealed)
Sealed and Delivered
in the presents of us
Constant Daniell
Willm Willms
===
Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/megafile/msa/speccol/sc2900/sc2908/00000 1/000067/html/am67--301.html
URL title: Proceedings of the Provincial Court, 1677-1678
Note:
Moyes Exrsagt Tho: Potter Adr George Marshall


Thomas Potter late of St Maryes County Exr
of the last Will & Testament of George Marshall
deceased was Sumoned to Answer unto
Henry Carew Robert Carvile & Clement Hill
Exrs of the last Will & testamt of Elizabeth
Moy deceased Exx of Richard Moy deceased of a plea that he render
unto them two thousand two hundred & one pounds of tobacco which
from them he unjustly detaines
And whereupon the said Henry Robert & Clement say, that
whereas the said George Marshall upon the two & twentieth day of
October in the yeare of our Lord One thousand six hundred seventy
three by his certaine bill or writeing obligatory sealed with the seale
of him the said George & here in Court produced whose date is the
day & yeare abovesaid, did confesse & acknowledge himselfe to be
holden & firmly bound unto the said Richard Moy in the same or
quantity of two thousand two hundred & one pounds of good sound
& Mrchantable tob in caske to be paid to the said Richard or to his
certaine Attorney his heyres Exrs Adrs or assignes in some convenient
place in St Maryes County upon demand To the which paymt well &
truely to be made he did binde himself his heyres Exrs & Adrs by
those prsents Yet notwithstanding the said George Marshall in his
life tyme nor the said Tho: Potter since his death the said sume of
two thousand two hundred & one pounds of tob to him the said
Richard Moy in his life tyme nor to the said Elizabeth since his
death, nor to the said Henry Robert or Clement since the death of the said Eliza though often thereunto requested but the same to pay
hath hitherto & still doth deny to the damage Of the said Henry
Robert & Clement foure thousand pounds of tobacco & thereupon they bring their suite And they bring into Court here their Letters
testamentory by which itt may appeare to the Court here that they are EX & have Ad
And the said Thomas Potter by Kenelm Cheseldyn his Attorney
cometh & defendeth the force & injury when &c and prayeth liberty to imparle hereunto untill next Court & itt is granted unto him the
said day is given to the plaintiffes also
Now here att this day to witt the Eleventh day of April in the
third yeare of the Dominion of Charles Lord Baltemore &c Annoq
Doni came the said plaintiffes And the said Thomas by his Attorney aforesaid saith, that the said Robert his accon aforesaid ought not,
for that he the said Thomas saith that he hath fully Administred all the Goods & Chattels which were the said George Marshall att the
tyme of his death, & that he hath no Goods & Chattells in his hands of the said George Marshall att the tyme of his death to be Ad
ministred att the tyme of the writt of him the said Robert nor att any tyme after, & this he is ready to averr, & prayes judgemt whether
the said Robert his action ought &c And the said Robert &c saith he ought not to be barred from his action, for that he saith the said
Thomas att the tyme of the issueing of the said writt had & now
hath Goods & Chattels in his hands of the said George Marshalls Estate, & this he prayes may be enquired of by the Countrey And
the said Thomas Potter also. Therefore comand is given to the
Sheriffe of St Maryes County that he cause to come here twelve &c by whom &c who neither &c to recognize &c because as well &c And
the Jurors impannelled being called likewise came to witt Richard Lloyd, Edward Husbands, Robert Potts, Nicholas Cooper, Tho:
Courtney, Richard Masham, John King, Joshua Guibert, John Askin, Stephen Gough, Gilbert Turbervile & Thomas Smith who being
Elected tryed & sworne to say the truth in the prmisses upon their Oaths doe say We finde for the plaintiffes Therefore itt is granted
by the Court here that the said Henry Robert & Clement Exrs as
aforesaid recover agt the Estate of the said George Marshall the sume of two thousand two hundred & one pounds of tobacco deb
As also twelvae hundred & six pounds of tobacco costs of suite

===
Contributed by: James Hughes

Note:
14 Mar 1651. Jury: Mr. Edward PACKER, Mr. Paul SIMPSON, Mr. Walter BEANE, Mr. William MARSHALL, John CAGE, Nicholas CASZEENE, Henry FOX, Mr. John WADE, Mr. Francis BROOKE, Mr. Phillip LAND, Henry ADAMS, Mr. John METCALFE. (Abstracts of the Proprietary Records of the Provincial Court of Maryland, 1637-1658, V.L. Skinner, Jr., Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland, 2002, p. 31.)

14 May 1663. John METTCALFE, Sheriff, is called to make an arrest and testify in the case of George MARSHALL against William GREEN. (Archives of Maryland, Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1663-1666, Vol. 49, p. 24.)


[Did John Metcalfe die after this date? He was transported in the Ark 1634; sheriff of St. Mary's Co 1648; granted land in now Charles Co. in 1650. Are subsequent John Metcalfes his heirs? If he was born 1595-1613, he would be about 50-68 years old when he died. Did his widow marry William Allen by 1659?, son of Thomas Allen who was also was also granted land at Chingomuxon on the north side of the Patomock River?]

METCALFS OF MARYLAND http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~adgedge/Research/Metcalfe,%20John /Tracy%20Hancock%202005/METCALFS%20OF%20MARYLAND.doc 
Marshall, George (I001680)
 
89139 William Marshall Jr Guardian by 1778 Will. Marshall, Grace (I001373)
 
89140 William Marshall married Lucy Greene Clay (1717-1809) d/o Thomas and
Elizabeth Marston Greene after her husband Henry Clay died . Henry and Lucy Greene Clay were the parents of Rebecca Clay who married John Marshall , s/o William and Anne Marshall
===
Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://www.rootsweb.com/~ncstanly/hoffman/agnesltr.htm
URL title: Letter from Agnes Carter about Marshall Family
Note:
The proof that John Marshall was married to Rebecca Clay through the Clay family

Halifax County ,Virginia
Court OrderBook 21,1802-1803
Book 23 p150 May Court 1804

Charles Clay, Samuel Clay, Thomas Clay, Samuel Clay Jr., the only child of Abia Clay dec'd, Mastin Clay, John Marshall and Rebecca his wife, formerly Rebecca Clay; and Thomas Jones; Theodorick Hall and Frances his wife formerly Frances Jones; Charles Jones; Rebecca Jones, Sally Jones, Elizabeth Jones and Richard West Jones, Children of Richard Jones dec'd and Lucy Jones his wife formerly Lucy Clay now also dec'd, by Thomas Jones their next friend and Elijah Clay plaintiffs against Henry Clay, executor of Henry Clay deceased.... The Commisioners appoinmted by a decree passed in this Court on the 24 March 1801 to make sale of three slaves to wit: Joe, Lydy and Eady and other property in the bill mentioned and make division of the proceeds of the said sale among the respective legatees as in the said decree is directed this day made their report in execution thereof as followsto wit: In obedience mentioned therin to the following person to wit:

Liddie and Eady to Col. Charles Clay for the sum of £132.19
Joe to Henry Clay for 103.
Sundry Articles of household furniture 26.
______
261.17
From which is deducted L3 for atty fees 3.
______
258.17

Distribution of the money,etc.............to the above


Submitted by Jodie Gee 
Clay, Rebecca (I000148)
 
89141 William Marshall married Lucy Greene Clay (1717-1809) d/o Thomas and
Elizabeth Marston Greene after her husband Henry Clay died . Henry and Lucy Greene Clay were the parents of Rebecca Clay who married John Marshall , s/o William and Anne Marshall
===
Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://www5.familytreemaker.com/cgi-bin/texis/find/search30/?query=colonia l+america++francis+marshall&db=online&areas=13&head=online&booknum=&catego ry=records%2Ccensus-records%2Cva&words=colonial+america+&first=francis&las t=marshall&cmd=context&id=37c2164
URL title: Colonial America, 1607-1789 VA Census Index , Page 461
Note:
Marshall, Lucy VA POWHATAN CO. 059 1783 TAX LIST 
Green, Lucy (I000928)
 
89142 William Marshall Will 26 September 1760 Accomack Co, VA.
To Eldest son William Marshall.
To Son John Marshall.
To son Daniel Marshall plantation purchased of Charles Dickerson, being 300 acres
To son Solomon Marshall plantation where John Whaly lives, also 50 acres adjcent which I bought of Kendall Toles.
Daughter Mary Welburn, wife of Francis Welburn.
Son Charles Marshall.
Daughter Elizabeth Marshall.
Daughter Leah Marshall.
Son George Marshall.
Son Levin Marshall.
Son Solomon to have the plantation where I live 15 years from this time, he to keep my 2 youngest sons George & Levin until they are of age.
To son William plantation where I live at the end of 15 years.
Wife Elizabeth. Sons Daniel & Solomon Exrs.
Witt: Daniel Marshall, Peter Marshall, Sr., Nehemiah Holland..
William died in January 1761.
William's will was probated on 27 January 1761 at Accomack Co, VA.

===
Children of Elizabeth UNKNOWN and William MARSHALL are:

i. Mary "Molly" MARSHALL was born in Accomack County, Virginia, and died c. 1767 in Accomack County, Virginia. She married Francis WELBOURNE, son of Daniel WELBOURNE and Barbara DRUMMOND WELBURN WATT CORBIN. He was born before 1733 in Accomack County, Virginia, and died 1769 in Accomack County, Virginia.
ii. William MARSHALL was born in Accomack County, Virginia, and died c. 1787 in Accomack County, Virginia.
iii. John MARSHALL was born in Accomack County, Virginia, and died c. 1766 in Accomack County, Virginia.
iv. Daniel MARSHALL was born in Accomack County, Virginia, and died c. 1774 in Accomack County, Virginia.
v. Solomon MARSHALL was born in Accomack County, Virginia, and died c. 1766 in Accomack County, Virginia.
vi. Charles MARSHALL was born in Accomack County, Virginia, and died c. 1779 in Accomack County, Virginia.
vii. Elizabeth MARSHALL MURRER was born in Accomack County, Virginia, and died in Accomack County, Virginia.
viii. George MARSHALL was born in Accomack County, Virginia.
ix. Levin MARSHALL was born in Accomack County, Virginia, and died in Accomack County, Virginia.
x. Leah MARSHALL was born in Accomack County, Virginia. 
Marshall, William (I071562)
 
89143 William Marshalll s/o Alexander married 3 times (1) Anne
children:
(1)Robert MArshall died young
(2)Elizabeth b. 1731 marr Henry MOODY
(3)Anne b. 1733 marr Abner Lockett (2) Joseph Gooch
(4)John MARSHALL b. 1735 marr Rebecca CLAY ca 1769 went to Orange Co NC
===
Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://www.geocities.com/heartland/pointe/9126/gooch.html
URL title: The Gooch family of Caroline County, Virginia & Granville County, NC
Note:
Rachel is clearly dead by 1794, when Joseph Gooch marries Anne Marshall the widow of Abner Lockett. This marriage is documented by a prenuptial agreement made in Mecklenburg County, Virginia where Anne resided. The Lockett family were neighbors of Joseph Gooch in Amelia, thereby explaining Joseph's association with a woman who lived in a different county. Anne is believed to be the same woman who was born on the 28th of January in 1733 to William and Anne Marshall as recorded by the Bristol Parish Register [ref: pg. 340]. In addition to the detailed pre-nuptual agreement between Joseph and Anne there is another interesting document dated 1804 in which Joseph places a slave named Jenney intrust for Anne. The instrument reads, "...provided she the said Anne do live with said Joseph her Husband asa wife & not depart from his House without a Lawful cause, but if he the said Anne sould depart from said Joseph her Husbnd & not dwell with him as a wife without a Lawful cause then it ! shall be the duty of the aforesaid trustee [James Smith Sr.] at the death of said Joseph to cause the sadi Negro Jenny & her Increase to be equally divided between his three sons to wit Daniel , Amos & William..." [ref: Granville, 11 Sep 1804]. Anne must have died by 1806 when Joseph marries again. To date, no record of Anne's death has been found, though she clearly owned property. On the 26th of July 1780, Joseph Gooch took out a bond in Granville county to marry Sarah "Sally" Harris, the widow of John Hawkins of Granville County. Sally survived Joseph Gooch and in 1811 the heirs of Joseph Gooch, his sons Amos, Daniel, and William, sell to Sally Gooch 92 acres, probably the same 92 acres that Joseph Gooch is tax upon before his death. This sale is not a simple transfer of land, but complicated by the fact that the Gooch men purchase this tract from Howell Frayzur (sic) who is probably Sally's son-in-law and then this same tract is transfered directly to Sally [ref: DB V, pg. 174, 189]. This process of transfer may reflect some debt owed by Sally to Frazier. 
Marshall, Anne (Susanah) (I000938)
 
89144 William Masters b: Bef 1755 All Saints Parish, MD d: 1793 in Surry County, NC Masters, William (I010156)
 
89145 William may be the son of a a first wife since he was born bef 1673 and Margaret Nelson was born 16 years later. Perhaps the 1713 record is a last request from his mother Mary who died about 1712 and this bequest was recorded later in court.
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WARDER, WILLIAM, Charles Co. 8 June 1773; 2 April 1774
To wife Mary Warder, extx., all of my estate during her lifetime.
To dau. Anne Warder, bed, pewter, heifer and 7 shillings,. 6 pence,
To son Phillip Warder,, heifer.
To Thomas Baker, 1 shilling.
To son William Warder, 1 shilling.
To dau. Anne Milstead, 1 shilling.
To dau. Charity Robertson, 1 shilling.
To dau. Mary Ratliff, 1 shilling.
To grandson James Warder, 1 shilling.
To grandson Henry Warder, 1 shilling.
To son Joseph Warder, ex., tract, "Lumber Street," 100 acres and residue of estate after his mother's death.
Wit: William Fairfax; Elizabeth Fairfax; George Dunnington,
The probate was taken in the presence of James Warder, heir at law and he did not object. MCW 39.602
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William Warder 120.152 CH £47.5.3 Jul 14 1774 1775
Appraisers: Edward Millstead. Zephaniah Franklin.
Next of kin: James Warder, Philip Warder.
Executors: Mary Warder, Joseph Warder.
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Walter Warder 107.380 CH £78.7.4 Sep 17 1771
Appraisers: William Nelson, John Wade.
Creditors: John Craigh for John & James Jamieson.
Next of kin: William Warden, William Warder.
Administratrix: Mary Warder.

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May 1744 - The Charles Co., Md. administration account of William Milstead, Jr.
Sureties: William Warder, Thomas Capenter.
Payments received from (among others) William Robinson, James Gray, Samuel Burgess, William Muncaster.
Source: Skinner, V. L., Jr., "Abstracts of the Administration Accounts of the Prerogative Court of Maryland, 1737-1744," p. 185.
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Charles County Circuit Court, Land Records, Liber D#2, Page 36 Apr 1713; Recorded at request of Mary Warder:
9 Jan 1712/3; Deed of Gift from Mary Warder of Portobacco to her son William Warder; cattle and hogs; /s/ Mary Warder
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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 -
From Walter Hanson's old Plantation to Pickawaxon Church, from sd Hanson's to Allens Fresh, from Aliens Fresh to Keeches Bridge, from Allens Fresh to Benjamin Gwinn's Gates from Philpot's Gates across Pickawaxon main Road to Popes Cr, and the road that strikes out of Pickawaxon main Road to Lees Ferry and from the Ferry Road by Capt. Howard's to Pickawaxon Church. William Warder, Overseer.
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Chicamuxen: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 356-31: LUMBAR STREET: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Jones, Charles: Surveyed 3 July 1673 for Mathew Herman at a bound Red Oak on a plain on the South side of Mattawoman creek: Conveyance notes - Charles Jones for the orphans of Bowles Tyer, 100 Acres - Samuel Love from Samuel Tennison 2 May 1726,100 Acres - William Warder from Samuel Chunn 12 Aug 1735, 100 Acres - William Warder from Samuel Love 1 Jan 1737
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Maryland Genealogical Society Bulletin; Summer 1993 Vol 34 No 3; Charles County Depositions T-Z by Robert W. Barnes Continued from vol. 34, no. 2, p. 182. CHLR=Charles County land records (followed by Book:page).
WARDER, WM., age 57, 20 Aug. 1753; CHLR 48: D#3, 1753-1754:153. Age 66, 8 Nov. 1762, mentioned Francis ROBERTSON and Henry WARD; CHLR 56: M#3, 1762-1764:123. Age 70, 5 Aug. 1768; CHLR 60: Q#3, 1768-1770:259. 
Warder, William (I039524)
 
89146 William MCPHERSON was born 23 SEP 1740 in Port Tobacco, Charles, Maryland, and died 19 JAN 1809 in Charles, Maryland. He married Mary SMOOT 19 JAN 1809 in Charles, Maryland. She was born 16 JUL 1782 in Charles, Maryland.
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Charles County Maryland Will Book HBBH-13, 1808-1817; {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 15.
William McPherson Sr., Will, July 30, 1808; January 21, 1809
I, William McPherson Sr. of CC, being sick and weak of body, but of sound and disposing mind, memory and understanding;
To son Thomas McPherson, tract "McPhersons Purchase" 116 acres, also a tract adjoining, beginning at a run called the '{Old} Womans Run' which runs through the plantation where I now reside, then on the east side to a locust post to a line of fence which leads up to a plantation where Walter Clements now lives {&} the property of Joseph Green, thence to a tract called "Thomas and Henry", also a dividing boundary between me an the heirs of Henry Rozier, late of Prince George's County, dec'd, also, all that tract of land beginning at a crooked poplar standing on Old Womans Run and running in a straight line to Mattawoman Run where Old Womans Run empties.
To son William McPherson, all the remaining part of my dwelling plantation reserving a home in my present mansion house for my daughters Harriot McPherson and Mary McPherson, and my sister Catharine McPherson during their single lives.
To son Henry Hendly McPherson, all the lands which I purchased of John B. Barnes, lying in Durham Parish, except a tract of land called "Fancys Mistake", containing 7 acres, which I sold to Francis H. Sheid, the whole of the remaining 515 acres, also tracts "Double Trouble Enlarged", "Long Thought", and "Double Trouble Resurved" containing 315 acres.
To daughter Elizabeth McPherson, 100 dollars exclusive of the property already given her, out of the tobacco which I have at present on hand and the tobacco which I have to receive.
To daughter Harriot McPherson, negroes Amanda and Ester (daughter of Milly), and Judson.
To daughter Mary McPherson, negroes Milly and Mary (daughters of Beth or Elizabeth) and Hendison
To sons Thomas McPherson, William McPherson and Henry Hendly McPherson, and my two daughters Hariot McPherson and Mary McPherson, the remaining part of my property.
Item: my executors to dispose of as much of the tobacco on hand, which I have to receive and out of the present crop to defray the expenses of my son William McPherson going to Philadelphia the present winter in order to compleat his study.
Executor: sons Thomas McPherson, Henry Hendly McPherson
Signed: July 30, 1808 Wm McPherson
Wit: William. H. McPherson, Gerrard Briscoe, William. T. McPherson

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MCPHERSON, WILLIAM, Charles Co. 14 Nov 1751; 11 Mar 1752
To wife Barbara McPherson, 168 A., tract called the "Dalready Second Addition".
To son Thomas McPherson, of tract called "Brierwood" which I bought of Thomas Boarman Mudd., deed dated 14 June 1749 and 50 A., of tract called "The Dalready."
To son, Daniel McPherson, 75 A., of tract "Brierwood" which I bought of Thomas Boarman Mudd,, deed dated 21 April 1750, and 62 A. of tract called "The Dalready Second Addition,"
To son John McPherson, 173 A. which I bought of John Pain
To son William McPherson, 168 A., called "The Dalready' and "The Dalready Second Addition," after the decease of my wife.
To son Henry McPherson. colt,, and the fold of a mare.
To son Alexander 500 pounds of tobacco,
To dau. Etheldra Chapman, Negro girl Jane. Remainder to be equally divided among wife Barbara McPherson, son Henry McPHerson, son Alexander McPherson, dau. Catharine McPherson. Desire my sons Henry McPherson, Alexander McPherson, William McPherson and John McPherson receive into their possession their estates as they arrive at the age of 18.
Wife Barbara, extx,
Wit: John Stoddert, Miles McDaniel, William Henderson, 28, 291.
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Thomas Barron 63.490 CH £139.10.9 Mar 12 1757 May 27 1757
Appraisers: William McPherson, William Dement.
Creditors: Samuel Cooksey Barron.
Next of kin: Thomas Barron, Abraham Barron.
Administrator: Justinian Cooksey.
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NALLY, WILLIAM, Charles Co. 15 Apr 1756; 10 Sep 1756
To William McPherson of Charles, 50 a. being pt of two tracts, "Humalow's Addition" ["Huskilow's Addition"] and "George's Rest," land I bought of my brother Joseph Nalley.
To wife Susanah, extx.
Wit: Garrard Boarman, Basil Wathen, James Farral. 30.159
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DORCY, ANN., Charles Co. 21 Aug1773; 13 Nov 1773
To My negro Tom whom I have set free before Mr, Josias Hawkins, all of my estate,
Wit:: William McPherson, Sr.; Alex'r. Martin McPherson; Basil McPherson; William McPherson. MCW 39, 430
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Charles County Maryland Will Book AF-11, 1791-1801,{Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 94.
Francis Marbury Heard, June 4, 1792; July 5, 1792
I, Francis Marbury Heard of CC being sick and weak but of sound mind memory and understanding;
To my wife Dianna, all real and personal estate.
Executor: wife Dianna
Signed June 4, 1792 Francis H. Marbury
Wit - William McPherson, Samuel Mcpherson, William Hanson McPherson
Probated on July 5, 1792 by Dianna Marbury and witnesses William McPherson, Samuel Mcpherson, William Hanson McPherson who made oath that they saw the testator sign and seal this will.
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Charles County, Maryland, Inventories,1791-1797; Page 126.
Richard Gambra - Inventory. Late of CC, decd. Negro womem Sarah (about 70 years of age) , Rachael (45) , Dinah (39 & child at her breast named Maryane), Henny (24). Negro girls: Betty (15) , Milly (13) , Cate (11) , Cinthia ( 9) . Negro men: Sherry (40), Nace (20). Negro boys: Watt (13), James (9) , Hinley (7) , Allen (6) , Jesse (4) , William (3) , John ( 2) .
Total amount: 822.1.7.
We have appraised the goods and chattels of Richard Gambra, late of CC, decd. Signed Jan 18, 1793 - Robert Lawson, John McPherson.
[Kin] : Barbara McPherson, Will'm McPherson.
Creditors: Rob Fergusson for Henderson Fergusson Gibson. Due Alexander Millar, Creditor, 1.17_8-1/2.
CC, Jan 21, 1793. Then came Sarah Gambla, administrator, and made oath.
Certified by John Muschett, Registrar of Wills
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Charles County Maryland Will Book AF-11, 1791-1801, {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 395.
Barbara McPherson, September 15, 1796;
I, Barbara McPherson of CC being sick and weake but of sound mind memory and understanding
To son William McPherson, negroe Peter, one feather bed, bolster, pair sheets, rug, bedstead, and cord, one hand mill, one large chest, and two pewter basons.
To daughter Catharine McPherson, negroe Dinah, but if daughter should intermarry or die before Dinah, it is my will and desire {Dinah} may be free and at liberty to go where she may think proper. Also, Negoes Joe and Dick, three beds, bolsters, pillows, sheets, two quilts and one blanket, bedsteads and cords, one seal skin trunk, and everything contained therein at the time of my death, one large looking glass, one chest, two arm chairs with walnut frames, one warming pan, one grid iron, two oval tables, one frying pan, one camp oven, one pair fire tongs, two horses, all my table linen, towels and sheets, also all my pewter, earthen ware and chairs except such of these articles as devised to others. Also my part of the crop in hand with that on the ground, and the wheat, corn and meat I may have in the house at time of my death.
To grandsons, William and John McPherson, sons of Daniel McPherson deceased, forty shillings current money each at 18yrs. Also one cow and calf and one ewe and lamb to be divided between them.
To children of my deceased son Henry McPherson, twelve pounds current money to be equally divided between them.
To granddaughter, Margret Beall McPherson, one new feather bed, bolster, pillow, one quilt, one blanket, one pair sheets, bedstead, and cord, also one cow and calf, two ewes and lamb, one leather trunk, one arm chair with maple frame, one pewter bason and four plates.
Executor: son William McPherson and daughter Catharine McPherson
Signed: September 15, 1796 Barbara (her mark) McPherson
Wit: Samuel Hanson, William Hanson McPherson
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Charles County Maryland Will Book AF-11, 1791-1801, {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 466.
George Tubman, June 28, 1798; November 24, 1798
I, George Tubman of CC being sick and low, but of perfect sound mind memory and understanding
To son Richard Tubman, tract Forest Green. Also one negro Edward.
To son Charles Tubman, tracts Hoggs Range, Hoggs Discovery, part of Friends Advice, Plunkett's Gift and Plunketts Chance. Also negro Madiria.
To sons Richard and Charles Tubman, the remaining part of my personal estate.
Executor: sons Richard and Charles Tubman
Signed: June 28, 1798 George Tubman
Wit: William McPherson, William Hanson McPherson, William Boswell
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Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 509, Mortgage. Aug 2, 1764 from William McPherson of CC, planter, to Revd Isaac Campbell of CC, Clerk, for 14,753 lbs of inspected crop tobacco, a tract of land in CC on the south side of the main Road that leads over the old bridges to Zachiah Swamp & part of tract commonly known by the name of Georges Rest, bounded by the side of the main Road that leads over the sd old bridges of Zachiah Swamp, containing and laid out for about 50 acres. Also part of a tract of land called the Bridges, lying in CC, and bounded by the afd part of Georges Rest, containing and laid out for about 50 acres. If however, sd McPherson pays sd Campbell by Aug 1, 1767 the tobacco afd with lawful interest, thin this deed to be void. Signed - Will: McPherson. Wit - Rich Harrison*, Dan of St. Thos. Jenifer*. Recorded Aug 29, 1764. {Release recorded in Liber D No 4 folio 255}
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Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 150. Award. We, appointed to settle the dispute mentioned in the bond hereunto annexed") between Charles Smoot and William McPherson, are of the opinion that the land in sd bond mentioned is the right and property of sd McPherson, and do therefore award that sd Smoot give sd McPherson immediate possession thereof, and that Smoot pay McPherson's legal costs, and, when asked, make a deed for the land. Signed Mar 15, 1766 - John Hanson Jr, Thos McPherson. Recorded Feb 11, 1766,
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Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 151. I, Charles Smoot of CC, planter, for sundry good considerations, have given to William McPherson of CC, planter, part of 2 tracts of land called Georges Rest and Huscullow's Addition, lying on the east side of Zachiah Swamp in CC, containing about 40 acres. Signed Feb 11, 1767 - Chas (C his mark) Smoot, Wit - Dan Jenifer*, Josias Hawkins*. Recorded Feb 11, 1766.
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Charles County Land Records 1782-1786; Liber Z#3; Page 192_ Sep 14, 1785 from Clement Hollyday and Gabriel Duvall, two of the Commissioners appointed to preserve confiscated British property [see page 188] on Oct 8, 1781, having sold Pangaiah Manor in CC and William McPherson of CC, planter, for 11 shillings per acre, having become the purchaser of 157 acres, part of Pangaiah Manor, and whereas also at sd sale, a certain Bennett Hanson Clements became the purchaser of 87 acres, part of sd Manor, being the highest bidder at 10 shillings per acre, and sd Bennett Hanson Clements has assigned his right to the land by him purchased as afd, to the afd William McPherson, now this deed witnesses that sd Hollyday and Duvall, for the premises and sd William McPherson having paid to the Treasurer of the Western Shore, the whole of the money on the purchases afd, have granted to sd McPherson, the 1st purchase above mentioned, bounded by Delardie's line, lot #49, Thomas Clements', lots 41, 42, and 51, John Clements', lot 43, Bennett Hanson Clements', lot #43, containing 157 acres. The land for the purchase made as afd by Bennett Hanson Clements, is bounded by Delardie, lot #41, 42, and 51, John Clements', lot #43, containing 87 acres. Signed - Clement Hollyday, G Duvall. Wit - Nathan Hammond_ Acknowledged before A.C. Hanson, a Judge of the General Court of Maryland. Recorded Dec 15, 1785.
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 400-146: BRIDGES: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - See Notes: Surveyed 7 May 1723 for Alexander McPherson in Zachia Swamp beginning at a bounded tree.: Conveyance notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, 50 Acres - William MacPherson from Alexander MacPherson; 14 Nov 1744,
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CENSUS OF 1775-1778
Page 300 MARYLAND RECORDS-CHARLES COUNTY
PORT TOBACCO WEST HUNDRED, TAKEN BY P. FARNANDIS, CONSTABLE
McPherson, Thomas
McPherson, Daniel
McPherson, William
McPherson, John
McPherson, William, Jr.
McPherson, Basil
McPherson, John, Sr.

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CENSUS OF 1775-1778
Page 309 MARYLAND RECORDS-CHARLES COUNTY
NEWPORT WEST HUNDRED, TAKEN BY JAS. M. DENT, CONSTABLE
McPherson, William Sr.
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Assessment of 1783 Charles County- Maryland State Archives Maryland State Archives
MARYLAND INDEXES
(Assessment of 1783, Index)
1783
Charles County
MSA S 1437

Barbara McPherson. Dall Ready, pt, 168 acres. CH 5th District, Land p. 2. MSA S 1161-5-2 1/4/5/48
Benedicta McPherson. St. Matthews, pt, 100 acres. CH 5th District, Land p. 7. MSA S 1161-5-2 1/4/5/48
Benedicta McPherson. Pangiah Manor, pt, 72 acres. CH 5th District, Land p. 6. MSA S 1161-5-2 1/4/5/48
Daniel McPherson. Dallready, pt, 62 acres. CH 5th District, Land p. 3. MSA S 1161-5-2 1/4/5/48
Daniel McPherson. Bryerwood, pt, 75 acres. CH 5th District, Land p. 1. MSA S 1161-5-2 1/4/5/48
Thomas McPherson. Bryerwood, pt, 100 acres. CH 5th District, Land p. 1. MSA S 1161-5-2 1/4/5/48
Thomas McPherson. Dall Ready, pt, 50 acres. CH 5th District, Land p. 2. MSA S 1161-5-2 1/4/5/48
William McPherson. Dall Ready Second Addition, pt, 22 acres. CH 5th District, Land p. 2. MSA S 1161-5-2 1/4/5/48 
McPherson, William (I007529)
 
89147 William MCPHERSON was born 23 SEP 1740 in Port Tobacco, Charles, Maryland, and died 19 JAN 1809 in Charles, Maryland. He married Mary SMOOT 19 JAN 1809 in Charles, Maryland. She was born 16 JUL 1782 in Charles, Maryland.
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Charles County MD Will Book 1777-1780; Page 125.
Charles Smoot's Will. Mar 28, 1778.
Nov 25, 1776. I, Charles Smoot of Maryland, am weak of body but perfect of memory.
To my wife Elizabeth Smoot - 3 Negroes named Roger, Jenny, and Lydia, and one half of my furniture and stock now on my dwelling plantation.
To my daughter Mary Smoot - 4 Negroes named Boarman, Jerry, Bess, and Milley. Also 1 writing desk and 2 walnut tables now standing in my son William's house. Also half of my furniture and stock on my dwelling plantation.
To my son John Nathan Smoot - the clock now standing in his dwelling house.
To my son Hendly Smoot - 1 long oval table standing in my son, John Smoot's, house.
To my son William Barton Smoot - 1 looking glass now standing in his house.
To my son William and daughter Mary Smoot - all my stock on my son William's plantation, to be equally divided between them.
Executors: my son William and my daughter Mary.
Signed Nov 25, 1776 - Charles ( his mark) Smoot.
Wit - Raphael Boarman Sr, Isaac Smoot, Thos (T his mark) Hencock.
Probated Mar 28, 1778 by witnesses Boarman and Smoot. N.B. At the time the above probate was taken, Isaac Smoot made oath that the widow had notice to attend but refused.
Charles County MD Will Book 1777-1780; Page 126. On Mar 28, 1778, letters testamentary were granted on the estate of Charles Smoot, late of CC, decd, to William
Smoot, one of the executors, Mary Smoot, the executrix,
having renounced the execution thereof. Securities = John Nathan Smoot and Isaac Smoot of CC. Appraisers: Raphael Boarman & John Hausonys. On Jun 27, 1778, the inventory was received, amounting to 322 £6 shillings 1-1/2 pence. 
Smoote, Mary (I014203)
 
89148 William Meacham the Sone ol Jn" & Michaell Meacham was Borne the 25th of ffebruary 1694. Meacham, William (I085101)
 
89149 William Melton 10.29 I CA £92.4.6 May 16 1688
Appraisers: Daniel Philips, John Turner.

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Calvert County Circuit Court
Land Surveys and Condominium Plats

Meltons Lott, 110 Acres; Certificate
Developer/Owner: Melton, William 1682 Patent Record 21, p. 481 0 0 MSA S 1583-1064

Meltons Lott, 110 Acres; Patent
Developer/Owner: Melton, William 1682 Patent Record SD A, p. 10 0 0 MSA S 1583-1065 
Melton, William (I090711)
 
89150 William Melton, adm. of his estate granted to Sarah Melton, his widow. Wm Bird and George Reeve, sec. Ct. 4 March 1762, p. 109. (*NOTE: George Reeve's was a neighbor Prince William Co.)

William Melton, adm. estate of William Melton unadministered by Sarah Melton, deceased his late administratix, granted to Richard Melton, Ct. 4 July 1763, p. 544. Wills Probates and Administations granted in Prince William Co., VA 1761-1763 from the fourth remaining Order Book. COUNTY COURT NOTEBOOK., Sept 1924, p. 35, Vol. III, No. 5
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Research by Randy

Virginia Northern Neck Land Grants, 1694-1742. [Vol. I] p. 144, E-470,
17 Jul 1742
William Melton is granted 164A on Buckhall branch of Bull Run adjacent
to Richard Meltons land which he now owns.

BOOK E/1736-1742 page 144:
E-470: William MELTON of Pr. Wm. Co. 164A. in said Co. on Buckhall Br. of Bull Run. Surv. by Mr. James THOMAS the Younger. Adj. land granted Richard MELTON now William MELTON’S. George Reeves. Thomas DAVIS.17 July 1742.(note* Richards granddaughter's / William's neice's married Davis's boys)

1747. Residents of Western Dettingen Parish, 1747. Transcribed by Don
Wilson, of The Relic.
"A List of Tithabels Between Seeder run and Bool run in Ditigin parish
in Prince William County for: 1747
All persons counted together presumably lived in the same household
Peter CORNWELL, Alexander HIGGINS -- 2
William MELTON, Thomas WALLES [WATERS?], Robt. HIGGS -- 3 
Melton, William (I088175)
 

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