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

Nathaniel Truman Greenfield

Male Bef 1729 - 1763  (> 34 years)


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  • Name Nathaniel Truman Greenfield 
    Born Bef 1729  St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 19 Feb 1763  St. Mary's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I002451  Tree1
    Last Modified 18 Feb 2019 

    Father Thomas Truman Greenfield,   b. 1682, Calvert County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 11 Mar 1733/34, Trent Hall, St. Mary's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 52 years) 
    Mother Susannah Cheseldine,   b. 1679, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1729, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 50 years) 
    Married Abt 1707  St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F00855  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Rebecca MNU Greenfield,   b. Bef 1733, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1759, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 28 years) 
    Married Bef 1749  St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Nathaniel Truman Greenfield,   b. Bef 1763, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1784, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 23 years)
     2. Susannah Wilkinson Greenfield,   b. Bef 1763, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Between 1790 and 1794, George Town, Montgomery County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 27 years)
    Last Modified 18 Feb 2019 
    Family ID F01766  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      GREENFIELD, NATHANIEL TRUMAN St. Mary's Co. 28 Nov., 1762;19 Feb., 1763
      To wife Rebecca Greenfield, slaves to be sold to educate children.
      Son Thomas Truman Greenfield,
      Mentions Doctor Hamilton; all slaves except one, which his mother gave to my dau. Nancy, to be equally divided.
      Mentions: all my children.
      Extx: Wife Rebecca Greenfield.
      Witt Melv. Lock, Thos. Greenfield, John Briscoe Davis. 31, 866
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      Nathaniel Truman Greenfield 84.242 SM 1419.10.3 Mar 17 1763 May 1 1764
      Appraisers: John Wheatly, Mev. Lock.
      Creditors: James Forbes, Zachariah Bond & Henry Shoron {mm Sothoron}.
      Next of kin: Thomas Greenfield, R. T. Greenfield.
      Executrix: Rebecah Greenfield.
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      Nathaniel Truman Greenfield 4.148 D SM 1488.11.10 Oct 30 1765
      Sureties: Thomas Greenfield, Henry Jernagan.
      Legatees: widow (unnamed), Thomas Truman Greenfield (son).
      Distribution to: widow (unnamed), children (unnamed). Except a Negro given by deceased's mother (unnamed) to Nanny (daughter).
      Executrix: Mrs. Rebecca Greenfield.
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      Nathaniel Trueman Greenfield 5.108 D SM 1470.4.1 Jun 30 1768
      Sureties: Thomas Greenfield, Henry Jarnagon.
      Legatees: Rebeccah (accountant, widow), Thomas Trueman Greenfield (son). Distribution to (equally): wife, all his children (unnamed).
      Executrix: Rebeccah Greenfield.
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      GREENFIELD, HENRY, St Mary's Co.-- --- ----; 6 Dec, 1748
      To bro. Thomas Greenfield, 43 pounds st. and all tobacco he now owes me.
      To bro. George Greenfield, that the moiety or half tract of land called "Good Luck" now joining to said George Greenfield's land and a horse called Jolley and a small gunn.
      To cousin Catharine Cartwright, negro girl called Priss and her increase.
      Eliz. Barber's daughter called Rebecca 25 pounds st. at age 16.
      Wit: James Forbes, Nathl. Parran, Nathl. T. Greenfield. 26.13
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      Samuel Billingsley 43.393 SM 144.19,11 Mar 13 1749 Sep 4 1750
      Appraisers: William Cartwright, Samuel Sothoron.
      Creditors: Ann Greenfield, George Maxwell.
      Next of kin: minors.
      Administrators/Executors: William Billingsley, Nathaniel Truman Greenfield.
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      Samuel Billingsley 32.104 A SM 144.19.11 161.8.1 Mar 3 1752
      Sureties: Thomas Greenfield, George Greenfield.
      Received from: William Carroll.
      Payments to: Capt. Robert Chesley, Ann Greenfield, Thomas Hutchinson, George
      Maxwell, Elisabeth Willmouth, John Lyon, Capt. Benjamin Coffin, William Sutt.
      Distribution to: children: Martha Billingsley (aged 11), Basil Billingsley (aged
      9), Walter Billingsley (aged 7), Mary Billingsley (aged 5), Elisabeth Wilmouth
      (1/5 of her mother's (unnamed, widow) 1/3, sister on her mother's side of
      foregoing children).
      Administrators: William Billingsley, Nathaniel Trueman Greenfield.
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      GREENFIELD, ANN, St. Mary's Co., widdow. 10 Aug 1757; 29 Oct 1759
      To dau. Susanna Addison, mourning ring.
      To grand dau. Ann Wilkinson, dau. of my son Francis Wilkinson, right to tract in Baltimore Co. called "Bareneck" left between my sister Mrs. Elinor Adison and myself in my father's will.
      To son Nathaniel Trueman Greenfield, slaves, Jennie, Betty, Job, Ben, Denboe, Paul, Dick, Sue, Diany, cattle, sheep.
      To son James Truman Greenfield, slaves, George, Jane, Sarah, Mishak, Vos, Joe, Innocent, Sillah.
      To son James Trueman Greenfield, remaining part of estate.
      Son James Truman Greenfield, ex.
      Wit: John wilks, Allen Billingsley, Michael Lyyon. 30. 734
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      BROME, THOMAS, St. Mary's Co. 4 Jan, 1761
      15 Jun, 1761
      To son John Hooper Broome, 3 tracts whereon Thomas Bromes of Calvert Co. now lives, one called Young's Alliant, another Hope Range, and the other, Hop At A Venture.
      To son Hooper Brome, all 3 tracts lying in Calvert Co., where John Evans and John Cullember now live.
      To son Thomas Brome, that tract whereon I now live.
      Son-in-law John Hooper, be discharged of money he owes me. To son-in-law Mathew Travers, a gold ring, having given him what I intended.
      To son Jno. Hodges Broome, 150 lbs. sterl., that George Maxwell owes me.
      To wife Dorcas Brome,
      Balance of estate equally between my 6 children: Sarah, Mary, Elizabeth, Thomas, Hooper and Nancy.
      Extx: Wife.
      Wit: George Boarman, Elizabeth Brown, N. T. Greenfield (or Nathaniel Truman Greenfield).
      The deceased's widow, Dorcas Brome, renounced the will. 31. 396
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      Mr. James Truman Greenfield 75.198 PG 1440.0.10 Aug 21 1760
      Appraisers: Samuel Roundell, William Bowie.
      Creditors: Richard Brooke.
      Next of kin: Lucy Brooke, N. T. Greenfield.
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      Mr. James Truman Greenfield 75.202 PG 1206.8.0 Mar 2 1761 Jun 18 1761
      Appraisers: Samuel Roundell, William Bowie.
      Creditors: Truman Skinner.
      Next of kin: N. T. Greenfield.
      Administratrix: Mrs. Elisabeth Greenfield.
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      James Truman Greenfield 5.139 D PG 2202.12.0 Nov 26 1768
      Sureties: Nathaniel Truman Greenfield, Thomas Brooke (son of Walter Brooke).
      Distribution to: Widow (unnamed, 1/3). Residue to 5 children (equally): Ann Truman, Mary, William Truman, Sarah, Susannah Eve.
      Administratrix: Elisabeth Brook.
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      Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1752-1757; Liber NN {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 103. At the request of Nathaniel Truman Greenfield the following Deed was recorded March 3, 1752/3
      Indenture made February 9, 1753; Gerard Truman Greenfield of PGCo, gent, in consideration of 6000 pounds of tobacco paid by Nathaniel Truman Greenfield of St. Mary's County, Maryland has sold a tract called "Garden Race" containing 180 acres and lying on the west side of Patuxent River in the woods and bounded by Deep Creek. Signed Gerard Truman Greenfield in the presence of Henry Boteler, John Ward and acknowledged before Henry Truman, John Hawkins, Jr.

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      Charles County Land Record Book G#3, 1756-1761; Page 341. Mar 19, 1759 from Thomas Cooksey of CC, to Nathaniel Truman Greenfield of St. Mary's County, for 10 , 100 acres called Cookseys Hope, being formerly in Calvert County but now in CC, and bounded by a fork between the Northern and Western Branch, sd land lying in the branches of Indian Cr about a mile above the head of sd Cr and running up the Northern branch, and by the side of a deep valley, containing about 100 acres- Signed - Thomas (+ his mark) Cooksey. wit - Jno Chesley, Thos Greenfield.
      St_ Mary's County, Mar 19, 1759. Then came sd Thomas Cooksey before us, two JPs of the county afd, and acknowledged the within deed. Acknowledged before Jno Chesley, Thos Greenfield.
      St. Mary's County. I certify that John Chesley and Thomas Greenfield are JPs. Signed - Rich Ward Hey, Clerk of St. Mary's County Court. Recorded Jun 4, 1759.
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      Charles County Land Record Book G#3, 1756-1761; Page 419. Dec 11, 1759 from Nathaniel Truman Greenfeild of St. Mary's County, Gentleman, to John Wheatley of St_ Mary's County, merchant, for 100 , a tract of land called Cookseys Hope, lying in CC, and bounded by a point of the fork between the Northern and Western Branch of Indian Cr, containing about 100 acres. Sd tract was, on Sep 6, 1670, granted to Philip Cooksey, and in the year 1759, was, by deed, sold by Thomas Cooksey of CC to the afd Nathaniel Truman Greenfeild. Signed - Nathaniel Truman Greenfield. Wit - Thos Greenfield, Mev. Lock.
      St. Mary's County. Dec 11, 1759. This deed was acknowledged by sd Nathaniel Truman Greenfield; at the same time, Rebecca, the wife of sd Nathaniel, relinquished her right of dower to the lands within mentioned. Richard Ward Key, Clerk of St. Mary's County Court, certified that witnesses Thomas Greenfield & Meverel Lack, are JPs for the county afd
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      Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 10. Mar 18, 1761 from Nathaniel Trueman Greenfield of St. Mary's County, Gentleman, to John Wheatly of St. Mary's County, merchant, for 138 , a tract of land called Addition, lying in CC (96 acres of which, on Sep 6, 1670, was granted to Philip Cooksey and called Cookseys Hope and resurveyed for the afd Nathaniel Truman Greenfield, as by patent granted to sd Greefield [sic) on Dec 19, 1759, bounded by the Northern and Western Branch of Indian Cr, [nothing follows] Recorded Jun 10, 1761