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

John Fendall

Male 1730 - 1763  (32 years)


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  • Name John Fendall 
    Born 28 Oct 1730  William & Mary Parish, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 8 Feb 1763  William & Mary Parish, Charles County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I001667  Tree1
    Last Modified 5 Feb 2019 

    Father Benjamin Fendall,   b. 20 Aug 1708, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 16 May 1764, Charles County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 55 years) 
    Mother Eleanor Lee,   b. 1710, Blenheim, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 22 Apr 1759, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 49 years) 
    Married 18 Nov 1729  Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F00994  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Sarah Alexander,   b. 30 Sep 1733, St. Paul's Parish, Stafford County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 27 Mar 1779, Charles County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 45 years) 
    Married 24 Sep 1751  St. Paul's Parish, Stafford County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Elizabeth Anne Fendall,   b. Abt 1752, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1791, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 40 years)
     2. Benjamin Dr. Fendall,   b. 19 Dec 1753, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 3 Sep 1817, Cedar Grove, Charles County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 63 years)
     3. Eleanor Fendall,   b. 3 Jan 1756, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Dec 1766, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 10 years)
     4. Sarah Fendall,   b. 28 Sep 1757, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Nov 1761, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 4 years)
     5. Anne Fendall,   b. 20 Jan 1759, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 29 Jan 1785, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 26 years)
    Last Modified 5 Feb 2019 
    Family ID F01001  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • ===
      Fendall, John, Charles Co. 19 Dec, 1762, 08 Feb, 1763
      In partnership with Levin Covington and Geo Hawkins, with some stock to be sold, and wife to receive profits.
      to son Benjamin Fendall, tract which I bought of Benj. Thomas, lying near Cedar Point.
      To wife, Sarah Fendall, all remainder of estate, but in case wife is with child, and it be a boy, I bequeath him 1/3 pt. of land.
      To son Benjamin to be put under care and tuition of Dr. James Bayard.
      Exs: Wife Sarah, honoured father Benjamin Fendall, Bro. Phillip Richard Fendall, and friend Dr. James Bayard.
      Wit: Jacob Townshend, James Craik, Elenor Linn. [MCW 31.916]
      ===
      Mr. John Fendall 83.30 CH 2258.13.11 May 9, 1763 Feb 17, 1764
      Appraisers: John Winter, James Campbell.
      Mentions: Daniel Jenifer for John Mitchell, Daniel Jenifer (executor of Hugh Mitchell)
      Mentions: Benjamin Fendall, Henry Fendall
      Executors: Philip Richard Fendall, George Smoot and his wife Sarah Smoot (late Sarah Fendall)
      ===
      Charles Bruce 64.258 CH 1129.9.3 Apr 11 1758 Jun 28 1758
      Appraisers: Edward Ford., John Marshall.
      Creditors: John Fendall, John Allison.
      Next of kin: William Bruce, John Winter.
      Executrix: Jane Bruce
      ===
      Capt. Barton Warren 64.280 CH 4.14.0 Jun 6 1758
      Appraisers: Edward Smoot, Charles Bruce.
      Creditors: John Fendall, James Briscoe.
      Next of kin: William Warren, Mary Musgrove.
      Executors: Barton Warren, John Warren.
      ===
      Mr. Robert Morrison 65.478 CH 60.15.3 Jun 15 1758 Aug 18 1758
      Appraisers: John Theobald, Alexander McPherson, Jr.
      Creditors: John Fendall (sheriff), Daniel Jenifer.
      Administratrix: Mary Morrison.
      ===
      Fendall, John
      Charles County, Maryland
      Charles County Inventories 1753-1766 pp. 378-352
      Taken: 9 May 1763
      Recorded: 17 February 1764
      i CR 39,591-2 CM 386-4
      FNDLL63
      Charles County Srt An Inventory of the Goods and Chattles of Mr. John Fendall deceasd appraised by us the Subscribers and by Virtue of a Warrant from Daniel Jenifer Gentleman Deputy Commissary of the County aforesaid this 9th day of May Anno Dommini 1763
      6 Hhds West India Rum Contg. 591 gall a 3/6 103. 8. 6
      4 Hhds Continent do 425 a 2/3 47.16. 3
      1 Hhds I. Spirits 96 a 5/ 24. 0. 0
      3 Hhds Molasses 32 a 2/ 32.14. 0
      1 Hhd Powdered Sugar qty 9ct 2[quis] 14[li] 65/ 31. 5. 7
      1 Hhd bro do No 1 12.0.12. a 40/ 24. 4. 3
      1 ditto ditto 2 8.2.23 a 33/ 14. 7. 4
      2 ditto ditto 3 & 4 8.2.15 a 38/ 16. 8. 1
      4 Barrels ditto 11.4 5.3.1 a 48/ 13.16. 5
      1 ditto ditto 6 3.0.5 a 33/ 5. 0. 6
      1 ditto ditto 1.1.19 a 33/ 2. 6. 8
      2 Barrels Coffee Parcell Loose 7/8 a 8d 23.18. 8
      1 keg Vinegar containg. 10 galls a 3/ 1.10. 0
      1 Hhd loaf Sugar contg. 426 Do a 13d 23. 1. 6
      2 kegs train Oyle contg. 36 galls a 2/ 3.12. 0
      2 Casks Raisins contg. 200 lbs a 6d 5. 0. 0
      1 Jar Olives .15. 0
      Sundry Medisons 4 4. 0. 0
      1 portmantua & main pillain 1.18. 0
      3 large & 12 small prints 4.11. 0
      7 Boxes Candles 357 lb. a 10d 14.17.11
      1 Box Mole do 60 a 1/. 3. 0. 0
      4 tin Lamps a 1/. . 4. 0
      3 boxes Chocolate 150 lb a 1/6 11. 5. 0
      5 lb Ammons ruff . 5. 0
      4 Labills for Bottles . 2. 0
      4 lb black Lead . 4. 0
      1 pair Earrings 1.10. 0
      14 pair Mens worsted Mitts a 1/. .14. 0
      (Page 379 first column)
      1 small picture a . 0. 6
      5 Pr Boys worsted Mitts a 10d . 4. 2
      2 twine Netts . 1. 0
      1 plow swingle Tree &c .15. 0
      84 c Bottles 7d 2. 9. 0
      1 Box Lock & key . 2. 0
      2 gallons Ale four .10. 0
      1 Case draws No 1 3.10. 0
      1 ditto 2 4. 0. 0
      1 ditto 3 3.10. 0
      1 ditto 4 5. 0. 0
      1 black Walnut dining Table No 1 1.15. 0
      1 ditto 2 1.15. 0
      1 ditto 3 .15. 0
      1 ditto 4 1. 7. 0
      1 Case draws 5 7.10. 0
      1 Mahogony ditto 3.15. 0
      1 ditto dressing ditto 1.10. 0
      1 Walnut ditto ditto 2 1. 0. 0
      1 ditto ditto ditto 3 1. 0. 0
      1 ditto ditto ditto 4 1. 0. 0
      1 round Mahogony Tea table 1.10. 0
      1 Square ditto ditto 1.15. 0
      1 Mahogony Tea Board . 7. 6
      1 ditto Card Table 2. 0. 0
      1 ditto ditto 2. 0. 0
      6 ditto Chairs 7.10. 0
      5 ditto do 5. 0. 0
      2 ditto do arm'd 3. 0. 0
      1 ditto do with close Stool 1.10. 0
      29 common Leather Chairs a 9/ 13. 1. 0
      1 old low ditto . 2. 0
      5 Windsor Chairs 1.10. 0
      1 large Looking glass with Walnut frame 1.10. 0
      1 ditto ditto gilt frame . 5. 0
      1 old Rum Case & 12 Bottles 1. 5. 0
      1 Box & 15 Gallon Bottles .15. 0
      2 Glass Lanthorns one of which broke . 3. 6
      1 old Mahogony desk 5. 0. 0
      1 Mahogony Tea Chest with Cannisters . 7. 0
      1 Paper ditto & Cannesters . 7. 0
      1 Can Razers Shaving box & Strop 1. 0. 0
      1 pair Money Scales and Weights . 7. 0
      3 old red trunks . 6. 0
      3 do black do 1.10. 0
      4 black Walnut Bedsteads 2. 0. 0
      1 ditto broke . 7. 0
      1 ditto small . 4. 0
      1 Walnut Cradle broke . 5. 0
      56 prints glased and framed 5.10 5.10. 0
      2 dozen common prints, some tore . 5. 0
      1 Map of Nova Scotia & Evans Map \_ . 5. 0
      much soiled /
      3 old pocket Books and one do finer . 1. 6
      1 old broken silver Watch and Seal \_ 3. 0. 0
      and Chain /
      1 Silver Seal . 7. 6
      1 pair fleams and Lancets . 5. 0
      4 Yards narow Gold Edging tarnish do . 4. 6
      2 dozen Silver twist Cote Buttons a 2/6 . 6. 3
      dozen Glister Pipes . 1. 0
      1 small Silver punch Spoon with \_ .10. 0
      horn handles, 1 horn do, 1 wood punch Strainer /
      13 Ozs Plate a 6/8 1. 8. 4
      1 Cruet Stand & Casters 1.10. 0
      5 Chany Salvers . 5. 0
      2 Japand ditto 1 ditto ditto small . 6. 0
      3 large China Punch Bowls a 25/. 1. 5. 0
      1 small ditto ditto . 2. 6
      5 China Custard Cups broke . 2. 6
      15 blue and white China plates \_ 2. 0. 0
      5 red & white ditto /
      2 China Tea Potts, 2 do cream potts \_ .10. 6
      1 do Cannester, 1 do Mustard Pott / broke
      5 do Coffee Cups and Sauseirs some crakd .10. 0
      8 do chocolate Bowls, one broke . 8. 0
      6 do Cups & 5 Saucers small red \_ . 7. 6
      & white 2 do & 1 Saucer large ditto /
      1 Glass Salt, 11 Wine Glasses \_ . 5. 0
      large & small /
      1 painted Glass Qt. mugg . 1. 6
      4 China ditto some broke . 8. 0
      2 qt Glass Decanters 2 Pt do . 6. 0
      1 pint China Mugg . 0. 6
      4 China Coffee Cups broke . 3. 0
      1 Stone tea pot, cream pott, 6 Saucers \
      Colld. 5 Cups, Sugar pot and Sugar bowl \_ . 2. 6
      broke /
      2 Stone Qt Bowls gilt a 1/6 . 3. 0
      1 Tea Pott . 1. 3
      3 Cream Potts do 1 . 1. 6
      6 Coffee Cups & 5 Saucers do 1 qt mug do \_ . 5. 0
      1 Pint do /
      1 blue and white Sugar pott \_ . 0. 6
      1 White do broke /
      A Parcell of Stone Ware consisting \_ 2. 0. 0
      of dishes & plates some broke /
      12 China Cups & Saucers .15. 0
      3 White Stone Sauce boats, some broke . 0. 6
      1 ditto Tureen . 2. 0
      28 ditto Custard Cups . 4. 6
      1 ditto Wash Bason . 0. 8
      3 ditto fruit dishes, 2 ditto Bread \_ . 9. 0
      Basketts, 1 ditto fish dish /
      3 ditto large round dishes \_ .12. 0
      3 ditto small do /
      3 ditto small Shallow Plates \_ . 1. 0
      4 ditto Tea Cups, 5 Saucers broke /
      4 Stone Chamber Potts broke . 3. 0
      1 deep coloured Stone dish \_ . 2. 0
      1 shallow dish cracked /
      1 large Stone Pitcher, 1 saller ditto . 3. 0
      (Page 380- first column)
      7 shallow Delph Plates . 3. 0
      11 Earthen Milk Pans some broke . 3. 8
      6 large Earthen platters, 6 small ditto . 3. 0
      6 Earthen pudding pans \_some crackd . 1. 0
      5 do do small, 2 glass do /
      4 Butter Potts sorted 2 fatt potts .16. 0
      9 Earthen Jugs, some damaged .15. 0
      6 Oyle do . 3. 0
      2 Stone Jugs contg. 3 Gallons of honey .14. 0
      10 dozen empty Qt Bottles \_ 1.10. 6
      dozen do Pt do /
      2 worn Sugar Boxes . 0. 6
      1 Lawn Search 4 old Sifters . 2. 6
      1 Keg Barley, 1 pint Barley . 7. 6
      1 painted Sugar Box . 5. 0
      3 large plain Sugar Boxes, 1 small ditto . 5. 0
      1 Cistern . 7. 6
      A Parcell of Tin Ware some bruised & broke 1. 0. 0
      A small parcell Spice . 3. 0
      1 pair hand Bellows . 7. 6
      2 lb Casteel Soap 1/. 1 lb Irish ditto all . 2. 6
      10 Bottles port wine 20/. 6 ditto Ale 4/. 1. 4. 0
      2 ditto Sack 4/. 1 ditto Orange flower Water 1/ . 5. 0
      3 Bottles Capers 9/. 1 Keg Anchovies 16/. 1. 5. 0
      lb Cochoneel 5/. 1 small Wood Box 6d . 5. 6
      part of a black Ball 1d 1 lb Salt petre 3/ . 3. 1
      lb Cotton . 1. 3
      1 large Stone Jarr 1 small ditto .15. 0
      1/8 lb Spanish Snuff 4 lb Mustard . 6. 0
      1 drum Line 15d 1 old Spy glass 10/. .11. 3
      1 Case Knives and forks plated 1. 8. 0
      1 dozen Ivory Table knives & forks \_ .10. 0
      2 old knives & 3 old forks /
      1 Baskett for plates 1 Bird Case 5/. . 5. 0
      1 Cloth Brush, 4 hair brooms \_ . 5. 0
      1 Scrubbing brush 2 ditto /
      A Parcell of paint Sorted 3.10. 0
      A Parcell of old Lumber & three \_ 2. 6. 0
      unfinished Bedsteads /
      1 Ps Rope 1/6d 1 Wheat Riddle 4/6d . 6. 0
      23 Gallons Lynseed Oyl a 5/ in Jarrs 5.15. 0
      part of a Sett Smiths tools 5. 0. 0
      133 old Iron a 2d 1. 2. 2
      1 Warming pAnne 12/6 \_ .15. 0
      1 old Coffee Pott 2/6d /
      1 Coffee Pott with a Cak 5/. 1 tea kittle 7/6 .12. 6
      1 large Bell Mettle Skillet . 7. 6
      1 small ditto . 2. 0
      1 old Mortar and Pestle . 2. 6
      1 large Stue PAnne .12. 6
      1 large do PAnne . 5. 0
      1 small do do . 2. 0
      1 large flatt Brass Candlestick \_8/. . 8. 0
      3 small Ditto /
      1 Brass Skillet 6. 1 Brass \_ . 3. 0
      chafeing dish 2/6 /
      1 large Copper Kettle 2. 5. 0
      1 Chocolate Pot . 5. 0
      (Page 380 second column)
      1 Copper Gallon Measure . 7. 6
      1 old house Bell, 1 table bell 4/. . 4. 0
      1 old Brass Cock . 1. 0
      2 plaited Candlesticks Stand & \_ 2. 0. 0
      Steel Snuffers /
      1 Brass Soop Spoon . 0. 2
      Pewter --- 1 Bed PAnne . 9. 0
      112 lb pewter a 16d 7. 9. 4
      16 lb old ditto a 10d .13. 9
      3 Iron Spitts, 9 do Scures \_ . 5. 0
      1 do Bread toaster /
      1 Grid Iron . 3. 0
      3 chaffing dishes . 7. 6
      1 Plate Warmer . 3. 0
      2 frying panns a 5/ .10. 0
      3 Box Irons 6 heaters & Stand 12/6 .12. 6
      3 Smoothing Irons a 6/. . 6. 0
      3 Pott Racks .10. 0
      1 pair large hand Irons broke . 8. 6
      5 pair pot hooks 2/6d . 2. 6
      2 Iron Ladles, 1 Skimer \_ . 2. 6
      1 pair flesh forks old /
      A Parcell of old pot Iron, some \_ 4.11. 3
      cracked amountg. 313 do a 3 P lb /
      3 pair Doggs a 6/ .18. 0
      1 pair ditto broke . 3. 0
      1 Pair tongs, Shovell & Poker . 4. 6
      1 old Churn, 3 tubs, 1 pale 4 pig \_ . 7. 6
      gens & a Milk Straner, 3 pine /
      tables mostly shatter'd & broke /
      1 large old Muskett .10. 0
      1 ditto 1.10. 0
      1 broad Sword baskett Handle . 5. 0
      1 Silver hilted small Sword & Belt \_ 3. 0. 0
      1 Pistol /
      1 feather Bed bolster, 2 pillows \_ 5.11. 0
      3 Blanketts & a Quilt /
      1 Cradle Bed, pillow and Counterpin .10. 0
      1 small Bed, bolster and 2 blanketts .15. 0
      1 Bed, bolster, 2 pillows, 3 blanketts \_ 6. 0. 0
      & a Quilt /
      1 do ditto 2 ditto 3 ditto & a Counterpin 6. 0. 0
      1 do ditto 2 ditto, 3 ditto and a quilt 5. 5. 0
      1 do ditto 2 ditto 3 ditto and a ditto 6. 0. 0
      1 do ditto, 2 blanketts and a Counterpin 3. 0. 0
      1 do ditto, 2 ditto and ditto 3. 0. 0
      1 do ditto and 2 Counterpins 2.10. 0
      1 Sett Stamp Linnen Curtains 1.10. 0
      8 pair old Sheets worn out 1. 7. 0
      4 pair old fine Sheets 4.10. 0
      19 old pillow Cases 1. 0. 0
      1 fringed Counterpin .10. 0
      1 blue and white Callico ditto .10. 0
      2 Stamp Cotton ditto a 15/ 1.10. 0
      red and white Callico ditto .10. 0
      1 check ditto . 6. 0
      1 patch'd Work ditto . 7. 6
      1 Bed bunt bolster case & pillow Case 2. 0. 0
      (Page 381 first column)
      3 old Blanketts in the kitchen . 3. 0
      4 large damask Table Cloths (old) 30/. 1.10. 0
      1 small damask ditto 7/. . 7. 0
      1 diaper ditto . 7. 6
      3 old Table Cloths a . 1. 6
      2 ditto Oznabriggs (old) . 1. 0
      8 damask Napkins (old) .15. 0
      4 diaper ditto a [?] . 7. 6
      6 Damask Towells (old) .12. 0
      4 old Diaper ditto all . 1. 0
      6 Oznabrigs ditto (old) . 3. 0
      2 Table Carpetts a 10/. 1. 0. 0
      18 2/3 Yards open Gause all .18. 0
      2 old Window Curtains damaged . 3. 0
      10 1/3 Yards Yellow Sattin all 5. 0. 0
      3 Yards blown Lace a 2/ . 6. 0
      A Remnant India Persian a 2/ . 2. 0
      657 lb fresh Beef a 20/ P lb 6.11. 4 3/4
      80 lb dryed ditto 20/ do .16. 0
      1131 lb Bacon a 4d 18.17. 0
      300 lb pork a 20/ 3. 0. 0
      40 lb Tallow a 6 P lb 1. 0. 0
      3 Pots Hoggs Lard 1.10. 0
      50 Bushells Salt a 3/. 7.10. 0
      6 Bushells Wheat at 4/ 1. 4. 0
      52 Barrells Indian Corn a 12/6 32.10. 0
      1 ox Cart Yoke & Chain 5. 0. 0
      1 old Grind Stone . 1. 0
      5 old weeding hoes, 2 Axes, Reap \_ .15. 0
      =hooks, one fluke and 2 Wedges &c /
      1 Pair old Chair Wheels 2.10. 0
      1 old riding Chair and Harness 15. 0. 0
      2 pitch forks . 2. 0
      NEGROES
      James 25 Years of age a Joiner 70. 0. 0
      Dick 35 ditto----- a Carpenter 60. 0. 0
      Prince 45 ditto supposed to be \_ 25. 0. 0
      poisoned and now under the Doct. hands /
      Tom 40 ditto 50. 0. 0
      Pompey 22 ditto 60. 0. 0
      Casar 20 ditto 55. 0. 0
      Cato 30 ditto 50. 0. 0
      Sam 24 ditto has but one Eye 50. 0. 0
      Pero 50 ditto unfirm 35. 0. 0
      Samson 20 ditto subject to fitts \_ 30. 0. 0
      and sore Leggs /
      Pay 14 ditto 45. 0. 0
      George 12 ditto 35. 0. 0
      Harry 12 ditto 35. 0. 0
      Phill 8 ditto 30. 0. 0
      Hickman 5 ditto 16. 0. 0
      Adam 3 ditto 12. 0. 0
      John 3 ditto 12. 0. 0
      Lochill 48 ditto 45. 0. 0
      Toby 80 ditto lame and unfirm 2.10. 0
      Lucy 60 ditto 31. 0. 0
      Sue 26 ditto 50. 0. 0
      (Page 381 second column)
      Melinder 26 ditto 50. 0. 0
      Clemmy 26 ditto 50. 0. 0
      Pallas 15 ditto 50. 0. 0
      Bess 29 ditto her Child 3 weeks old 55. 0. 0
      Jenny 6 ditto 27. 0. 0
      Eve 11 Mths ditto 7.10. 0
      WHITE SERVANTS
      William Brown 6 Years to \_ 12. 0. 0
      serve Ye 11 July next /
      Grace Brown 3 Years and ten \_ 7. 0. 0
      Months to serve /
      7 Sows and 18 Piggs 4. 0. 0
      5 Year old Barrows a 10/. 2.10. 0
      15 shoats a 2/6 1.17. 6
      7 Cows and Calves a 50/. 17.10. 0
      9 Cows and Yearlings a 55/ 24.15. 0
      4 Heiffers 72/ 3.12. 0
      3 Earlings a 10/ 1.10. 0
      1 large Bull 2.10. 0
      1 small ditto .12. 6
      3 Steers a 45/ 6.15. 0
      2 Oxen a 60/ 6. 0. 0
      4 Rams a 7/6 1.10. 0
      15 Ewes and Lambs a 10/6 7.17. 6
      2 Bucks & 3 does a 7/ 1.15. 0
      2 Ewes a 6/ .12. 0
      Horses 1 grey Stone Horse 50. 0. 0
      1 bay Mare 10. 0. 0
      1 young dun Mare 10. 0. 0
      1 young bay Mare lame 9. 0. 0
      1 White Mare 12. 0. 0
      1 bay Mare 12. 0. 0
      1 black Mare 10. 0. 0
      a black Mare and Colt 10. 0. 0
      a Sorrell Mare and Colt 5.10. 0
      1 old bay Mare and Colt 3. 0. 0
      1 bay ----Mare with Stars 6. 0. 0
      1 old grey Mare 6. 0. 0
      1 sorrell Colt 9. 0. 0
      1 dark bay Horse 10. 0. 0
      1 ditto lame 9. 0. 0
      1 Sorrell Horse 9. 0. 0
      1 old dun draught horse 6. 0. 0
      1 old black ditto 6. 0. 0
      1 old dark brown ditto 3. 0. 0
      1 old bay ditto 7. 0. 0
      1 ditto ditto 8.10. 0
      1 old black Mare 3. 0. 0
      1 Tap Boarer . 0. 1
      9 pair Table hinges and Screws all 4. 6. 0
      4 pair HL hinges small . 2. 0
      1 pair + Garnet hinges small \_ . 0. 6
      & an old one /
      6 pair Card table hinges . 6. 0
      1 dozen Window Screws . 1. 0
      Sundry Ps of desk and Book Case \_ .10. 0
      furniture /
      (Page 382 first column)
      3 old brass Locks without keys all . 6. 0
      72 Brass Tacks . 1. 0
      3 small Gimlets . 0. 6
      5 small paint Brushes . 1. 0
      3 packs playing Cards . 1. 6
      1820 - 20d flooring Brads .18. 0
      750 - 6d Brads . 3. 0
      520 4 ditto . 1. 3
      1990 Saddle Tacks . 3. 0
      A Parcell of Joiners and Carpenters \_ 6.10. 0
      Tools broke and unsorted /
      18 lb Indigo Country made & \_ . 9. 0
      Refuge a 6d P lb /
      2 Mens Castor hatts old 1.10. 0
      32 pieces of Painted Paper Pat \_ 2. 5. 0
      =terns and Borders some torn /
      3 Horse Whips (all) . 4. 6
      3 pair old Country made Calli- \_ .12. 0
      =manco Shoes a 4/. /
      9 Yards Duck a 1/6 P Yard .14. 3
      1 old Sackg. Bagg . 2. 0
      A small Remnant of Linnen \
      parcell of thread, Bobbin, sewing \_ .12. 0
      Silk, needles, binding & 3 Ps Cap /
      Wire and horn Molds /
      (Page 382 second column)
      1 old 2 feet Scale 19 inch Brass ditto old . 2. 0
      1 Pair Jockey Boots 1.15. 0
      1 bagg hopps wt 25 3/4 Country \_ 1. 5. 9
      made a 1/ P lb /
      22 black hatt pins (all) . 1. 6
      A Parcel of old books, Some of the \_ 5.10. 0
      Sett lost /
      17 Stone Steps, 5 hearth Stones 7. 9. 0
      650 feet Inch pine plank \_ 1.12. 6
      some split a 5/. /
      70 feet Inch wild Cherry Tree planks all . 6. 0
      114 feet 2 Inch Walnut plank 15/. .17. 2
      263 feet Inch ditto 12/ 1.11. 6
      350 feet Walnut Scantling a 10/ 1.15. 0
      10 raw hides & a Calf Skin (all) 2.10. 0
      Wearing Apparell 20. 0. 0
      5 Hhds Continental Rum \_ 57.14. 3
      9 lb 5139 s a 2/3 /
      1 Hhd. Melasses 101 gs. a 2/. 10. 2. 0
      A Bundell of Weire for Needles . 5. 0
      20 Galls white Wine 26/. 1 small Steer 30/. 5.16. 0
      The foregoing Inventory taken 2258.13.11
      by us amounts to two thousand two hundred and fifty eight pounds thirteen Shillings & eleven pence farthing -
      Given under our hands & Seals the day & year first above written Jno. Winter Dan Jenifer pro Jno. Mitchell, Dan Jenifer Exr. of Hugh Mitchell Jas. Campbell, Benjmn Fendall Junior, Henry Fendall - On the Back of this Inventory was thus written - Charles County Srt. Feb. 17, 1764 Came Philip Richard Fendall, George Smoot and Sarah his Wife late Sarah Fendall who intermarried with Said Smoot Exctr. of John Fendall late of Charles County dec'd and made Oath on the Holy Evangels
      ===
      Capt. Arthur Lee 74.75 CH 789.9.1 Jul 21 1760 May 4 1761
      Appraisers: John Marshall, Henry Thompson.
      Creditors: Andrew Buchanan, John Semple.
      Next of kin: John Fendall, Philip Richard Fendall.
      Administrator/Executor: Hon., Richard Lee, Esq.
      ===
      SMOOT, HENRY, Charles Co. 8 Oct 1759; 28 Nov 1759
      To wife Jane Smoot;, Negroes, Nace, Bess, Nan, George and Frank.
      To brother Barton Smoot, Negroes Priss and Mary.
      To brother Thomas Smoot, Negro girl Chloe,
      To sister Eleanor Smoot, Negro boy Zachariah,
      If wife is with child, then Negro named Priss, Mary, Chloe and
      Zachariah bequeathed to my brothers and sister shall be the right of such child.
      Wife Jane Smoot;, extx.
      Wit.: Jno. Fendall, Willm. Leigh, Jos. Thompson. 30.751
      ===
      NAIL[Neale] JOHN, Charles Co. 2 Feb, 1757; 13 Jun, 1761
      To negro Duno, slave of John Fendall, all of estate, except clothing which I desire may be divided among my children, John, Will and Bess.
      Ex: John Fendall,
      Wit: Henry Davis, Judah Chapman. 31.356

      === Contributed by Ralph D. Smith

      Mar. 1762 - John Fendall vs. Eleanor Beddow. Debt. 23/3/2. NEJ. [docket item only]
      Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber K No. 3, p. 557.
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      Anne Smith, born say 1740, was the servant of John Fendall, Esq., on 12 February 1759 when the Charles County court presented her for having an illegitimate "Melato" child [Court Record 1759-60, 175].
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      Contributed by: James Hughes

      URL: http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/megafile/msa/speccol/sc2900/sc2908/00000 1/000028/html/am28--546.html
      URL title: Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1732:1753Volume 28, Page 546
      Note:
      Schedule No 2.
      Charles County.
      At a Meeting of the Vestry of William and Mary Parish in the County aforesaid on the 8th Day of June 1752 at the said Parish Church were present - p. 483

      The Reverend
      Vestrymen: Mr Saml Clagett, Mr Thomas Cottrell, Mr Richard Smith, Mr Edward Ford, Mr Nathan Harris, Mr Charles Bruce
      Church warden:Mr John Marshall

      Who unanimously proceeded to regulate and assign the Pews in the sd Parish Church to the several Persons hereafter put down in the following Manner, the Numbers of the Pews to the respective Names put down, having Relation to the Numbers in the Platt hereunto annexed Viz.
      Pew
      To the honourable Richard Lee Esqr 1
      Mr Benjamin Fendall & his Son John 2
      Mr Wm Courts, Elizabeth Courts & Wm Penn 3
      Col George Dent and his Son George 4
      Richard Smith his Sons, and Thomas Cottrell 5
      Barton Warren and Edward Ford 6
      Charles Yates John Wilder & his Son John 7
      The Ministers Family for the time being 8
      James Latimore, Philip Jenkins, Jno Jenkins & Benj. Douglass. 9
      Atwick Fearson, Jno Farr, Geo. Scroggin & Benjn Thomas. 10

      Notley Maddox, Sarah Maddox, Anne Smoot & Edwd Smoot 14
      Joseph Joy, Judith Penn, and Notley Dutton 15
      Thomas Bates, John Douglass, John Hamil & Jane Penn 16

      Francis Posey, Harrison Musgrove, Charles John & Benj. Philpot. 18

      Authur Lee, Rebecca Howard, Jno Marshall & Richd Marshall 23
      Joseph Douglass, Nathan Harris, Mary Brandt 24
      Joseph Gwynn and Benjamin 25
      Mary Marshall, Henry Thompson, Posthumus Groves & Jas Plant. 26
      William Dent & Walter Hanson for their Tenants 27
      Moses Hubbart, John Cavin, Jno Wakefield & Saml Chunn 28
      Robert Yates, Charles Bruce & Robert Yates junr 29
      Barton Hungerford & his Sons 30
      Robt Mastin, Tyre Thomas, Widow Thomas & Richard Ratcliff. 31

      Thomas Hatton, William Cage Samuel Gody and John Chun 32
      Geo: Elgin Patience Posey, Jacob Andrew Minitree Wm Guy & Sarah Martin. 33

      No 11, 12, 13, 19, 20, 21, 22 left in common for Tenants
      Others not being Freeholders.

      No 17 .....for such young Persons that may sing.
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      Charles County Maryland Land Record Liber Z#2, 1744-1753; Page 543. At the request of John Fendall, the following mark was recorded on Mar 26, 1752: the right ear has an underkeel & the left has a crop and a hole.
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      STAFFORD COUNTY VA WILL BOOK O; 1748-1767; THE ANTIENT PRESS
      pp. 252-254 In Name of God I PHILIP ALEXANDER of saint Pauls Parish in County of Staf ford being sick but of sound memory do make my Last Will & Testament in manner following that is to say First I give to my Eldest Son JOHN ALEXANDER all that tract of land whereon I now live with all the lands I have purchas'd thereto adjoyning together with all appurtenances. Also I give my second son PHILIP ALEXANDER all my lands with the appurtenances .. thereunto belonging in Parish of Truroe & County of Fairfax to hold forever. 1 also give my son Philip a tract of land containing 1051 acres which I bought of Mr. ROBERT MASSEY with all appurtenances being at Brent Town in the County of Prince William to hold forever I also give unto my third son WILLIAM ALEXANDER a tract containing 1075 acres which I bought of Mr. RICHARD FOOTE Attorney of SAMUEL HAYWARD, Consull at Gant with all appurtenances belonging being at Brent Town in County of Prince William to hold forever. I also give to my Daughter FRANCES STUART a morning ring besides her fortune already paid. I also give to my Daughter JANE ASHTON as much money as will make her fortune of 500 pounds which Ballance will appear in Mr. HENRY ASHTON'S account where I have paid near all the sum above mentioned. I also give to my daughter SARAH FENDALL as much money as will make her fortune up five hundred pounds which ballance will appear in Mr. JOHN FENDALLS account. All the rest I desire may be equally divided among my said three sons as they come of age, and as for the slaves that shall be allotted My dear Wife SARAH ALEXANDER as her thirds thereof my desire is that after her decease they the third part of the slaves and increase may be equally divided amongst my three sons. It is likewise my will that my three sons be constantly kept at school until they come to the age of 18 years, and then bound or put out either to a Doctor County Court Clerk or a Lawyer which they shall choose at that age until they arrive at age of 21 years and I do appoint Sarah Alexander my said Wife, John Alexander my said son & my friends Mr. RICHARD BERNARD, Mr. RICHARD FOOTE, Colo. HENRY FITZHUGH JUNR. & the Revd. WILLIAM STUART Executors of this my last Will & Testament .. and lastly I do hereby revoke all wills made by me formerly .. 12th July 1753.
      Presence John Washington,
      Archd. Dick, Walter Williamson Philip Alexander John Spinks
      At Court held for Stafford County 14th August 1753 Within Last Will & Testament of Philip Alexander Gent deced presented by Richard Bernard Gent one of the Exrs therein named .. proved admitted to record and Certificate granted for obtaining probate ..
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      Charles County Land Record Book A#2, 1752-1756; Page (500). Bond. We, Benjamin Fendall, Thomas Marshall Sr, and John Fendall of CC, Gent, bind ourselves this Mar 10, 1756 to the Lord Proprietary in the sum of 1000 to warrant that sd Fendall, while he continues in the office of Clerk of CC Court, shall, at his own proper cost, find a supply of good record books to enter all matters relating to sd office, and will make true records and entries, and will carefully maintain all the books, papers, and records remaining in sd office. Signed - Benj; Fendall, Thos Marshall, John Fendall. Wit - Robt Yates, Sam. Hanson, Thos Stone, Walter Hanson. Recorded [no date given),
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      Charles County Land Record Book A#2, 1752-1756; Page (501). Bond. We, Philip Richard Fendall, George Dent, and John Fendall of CC, Gent, bind ourselves this Jul 8, 1756 to the Lord Proprietary in the sum of 1000 f, to warrant that sd Philip Richard Fendall, while he shall continue in the Office of Clerk, shall, at his own cost, find a supply of good record books to enter all matters relating to 8d office, and will make true records and entries, and will carefully maintain all the books, papers, and records remaining in sd office. Signed - PR Fendall, Geo; Dent, John Fendall. Wit - Thos Stone, Walter Hanson, Robt Yates, R Harrison, Recorded [no date given).
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      Charles County Land Record Book G#3, 1756-1761; Page 455. Bill of Sale. I, Benjamin Wales of Prince Georges County, joiner, for 100 sterling, sell to John Fendall of CC, Gentleman, 1 Negro or Mulatto man slave called James,
      joiner by trade. Signed Sep 6, 1760 - Benja Wailes. Wit -Henry Thompson, Henry Davis. Recorded Sep 10, 1760.