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

Belaine Posey

Male Bef 1706 - 1750  (> 44 years)


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  • Name Belaine Posey 
    Born Bef 1706  Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died Feb 1749/50  Louisa County, Virginia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I002952  Tree1
    Last Modified 18 Feb 2019 

    Father Benjamin Posey,   b. 1669, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1715, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 46 years) 
    Mother Mary NMU Belaine,   b. 1659, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 1730, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age < 70 years) 
    Married 1689  Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F02234  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Mary Wilkinson,   b. Abt 1710, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1734, Prince William County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 25 years) 
    Married Abt 1725  Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 18 Feb 2019 
    Family ID F02248  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • 07 DEC 1749 His heirs were son Luke LANDERS and three daughters (not named), Elizabeth LANDERS daughter in law, ____ty and Mary. Executrix was his wife Joan POSEY. The will was recorded 7 March 1750 in Louisa County Virginia Will Book 1, p 19.

      need to see will to confirm this is the same person
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      Charles County Court and Land Records, Liber H#2, page 126;
      17 Feb. 1717/8 Deed of gift from Mary Posey, widow, to son Benjamin Posey, one gelding, two cows, two yearlings and one heifer; to son Francis Posey, one sorril gelding and a heifer, to son Belayne Posey one gelding and one yearling heifer. /s/ Mary Posey her mark. "MB," witness: Cleborne Lomax and Susanna (+ her mark) Lomax.
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      Posey, Mary, Charles Co,, 5th Feb., 1725; 23rd Feb., 1724-5
      To bros. Francis, ex., Benjamin and Belaine, godson John Coe, Beane Griggs, god-daus. Elizabeth Coale and Mary Penn., mother Mary Miller,, Mary Caretts, 2 sisters (unnamed)., Jemina Coale, Susannah Phillpott and Elizabeth Musgrave, personalty (some of which described as in Virginia at Richard Rollins's).
      Test: John Phillpott., Charles Phillpott. 18,342.
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      Cleborn Lomax 10.237 A CH 69.7.9 25.14.11 Feb 20 1729
      sureties: Francis Posey, Tubman Martin,
      Received from: Joseph Ward, Joseph Crisman, John Cox, Richard Tubman, Thomas Reed, Charles Courts, Thomas Birch, Anthony Semmes, Benjamin Posey, Alexander Adair, Edward Gilpin, Daniel Lawless, Thomas Morriss, John Brown, Samuel Chunn, Matthew Stone, Thomas Marshall, George Thomas. John Clements, Archibald Johnson, Bes: ux, David Wade, Belane Posey, Francis Brown, Lawrance Bateman, Justinian Cooksey, Edward Morpley, Ellictius Simmes, Daniel Morpley, Benedict Boarman, Joseph Allen, Richard Smoot, Allexander Mcferson, Samuel Sympson, William Munroe, William Cage, William Colven, William Compton.
      Payments to: Francis Posey, Dr. Brown, William Addison, Thomas Lomax, George Scroggen, Mary Miller, John Manning, Richard Edelen.
      Administratrix: Susanna McNeal, wife of John McNeal.
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      Thomas Hatcher 10,243 A CH 100.8.2 18.14.6 Apr 6 1730
      Sureties: James Macckin, Belane Posey.
      Received from: John Byrth.
      Payments to: estate of John Brown paid to John Hutcheson (who married relict of said Brown), Francis Ware, Dr. Adair, John Howard, John Causeen, Samuel Hanson.
      Legatees: Thomas Standidge.
      Executrix: Mary Flinn, wife of Bryan Flinn.
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      Posey, John, Charles Co. 21st Mar.2 1716; 28th Apr., 1717.
      To mother, Mary Posey, extx., tract of land, "Shrimps Neck," and dwelling plantation during life. At her decease to pass to brother Francis and heirs.
      To bro. Benjamin and hrs., 100 Acres " Burlains Hill," which is the plantation now called "Holt's Divising."
      to bro. Francis and hrs., "St. John" and personalty.
      to bro. Bolaine and hrs..."Noddall's Brand."
      To sister Mary, personalty.
      Test: Chas. Musgrove, Timothy Reading, Edward. Evans. 14. 270.
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      Mary Posey 10.336 CH 1362,8 Apr.,May 1725
      Appraisers: John Courts, Charles Courts.
      Creditors: Mary Miller, Thomas Lomax,
      Next of kin: Benjamin Possey, Bolean Possay.
      Executor: (name not given).

      ===check if correct Belaine
      Mathew Henikin 4.59 D CH 103.13.11 Aug 2 1764
      Sureties: Blaw Posey, Mark Brafield.
      Distribution to; Representatives unknown to this Office.
      Administratrix; Elisabeth Henkin.

      ===check if correct Belaine
      DOYNE, IGNATIUS, Charles Co. 19 Jul, 1763; 15 Aug, 1763
      To son-ln-law William Leigh, and dau. Leigh, tract. of land I now live on, during their lives, called St, Barnard's, reserving adjoining land of Wm. Mathews.
      To grand-dau. Dorothy Leigh, land I now live on called St. Barnard's, In case dau. Suffiah never have a son by son-ln-law Wm. Leigh, but if she shd. have, I bequeath all land to that son, but if she shd. not have an hr., then above lands to grand-son Joseph Taney.
      To son Monica, slave.
      To grand-son John Brooke,, payment of his pt. of estate due from his father's estate, Is to say In slaves due him out of my
      slaves, that I have in Calvert Co.; balance that remains of slaves of mine in Calvert: County, which ad. gift I give on these conditions: that if he arrives to the age of 21 and comes back to this country, and not In Holy Orders.
      To son Joseph Doyne, 3 lbs. ten s. sterl. money.
      To grand-dau. Anne Mattingly., If she lives to age 16,, some slaves; Wm. Leigh and his wife having the use of this slave till Anne Mattingly arrives at age 16,
      To grand-dau. Dorothy Mattingly, when she arrives at age 16, some slaves.
      To dau. Jane Taney, the debts she owes me.
      To grand-dau. Dorothy Leigh, some slaves.
      To grand-son Thomas Taney, slaves.
      To dau, Anne Brook, some cattle,
      Remainder of personalty to dau. Suffiah Leigh.
      Grand-son Joseph Taney, to become hr, to my land St. Barnard.
      EX: Son-in-law Wm. Leigh.
      Wits Roger Smith, Joseph Thompson, Blain Posey. 31.982
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      Charles County Liber L#2 Page 326.
      At the request of Francis Posey of CC, carpenter, the following deed was recorded this Feb 7, 1726.
      Jan 17, 1726 from Belain Posey of CC, planter, to Frances Posey of CC, carpenter, for 3000 lbs of tobacco and for divers other good causes, all that tract of land in CC called Nuddles Branch, and bounded by the south line of: Nicholas Belaynes land called Burloyne, 40 acres of land formerly surveyed for Nicho: Skidmore called Algate, containing and laid out for about 75 acres. Signed - Belain Posey. Wit - John Hamill, John (S his mark) Smith, John Fendall*, George Dent*.
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      Charles County Land Records, Liber M#2 Page 222.
      At the request of the Revd Mr. John Donaldson of St Mary's County, the following bill of sale was recorded this Jun 16, 1730.
      I, Belane Posey of CC, planter, for 10 and 2000 lbs of tobacco, do sell to the Revd Mr. John Donaldson of St Mary's County, Clerk, a Negro girl named Sarah, about 10 years of age. Signed Jun 9, 1730 - Belane Posey. Wit - Robert Hanson Jr, Waltr Hanson.
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      Charles County Maryland Land Record Liber Z#2, 1744-1753; Page 273. At the request of Richard Molyneux, the following deed was recorded on Aug 15, 1748.
      Aug 5, 1748 from Peter Harraut of CC, planter, to Richard Molyneux of CC, Gentleman, for 2000 lbs tobacco, 1 pistole, and 10 shillings, all his right to a tract of land called Wilkinsons Range, lying in CC on the east of Port Tobacco Cr adjoining a tract of land called Thompson Town, made over to him by a deed dated Feb 28, 1733 by Belane Posey & Mary, his wife. Signed - Peter Harrout. Wit - Geo: Dent, Thomas Thompson.
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      Charles County Land Record Book G#3, 1756-1761; Page 510. Sep 22, 1760 from William Hanson Jr, late of CC, but now of Talbot County, merchant, to Walter Hanson of CC, merchant, for 205 sterling and for divers other good causes, a tract of land in CC whereon Elizabeth Hanson now lives, called Littleworth, bounded by Matthew Purchase, containing and now laid out for about 189 acres, and also one moiety of a tract of land adjoining to sd land called Littleworth, taken up by John Wilkinson, called Wilkinsons Throne, as it was divided between Samuel Hanson who purchased of Belaine Posey & Mary, his wife, one of the coheirs of sd John Wilkerson, & Wm Mcferson Jr who intermarried with Eleanor Wilkerson, the other daughter and co-heir of the afd John Wilkerson, as by deed of partition dated Apr 1, 1740, and enrolled in the records of CC, Liber S#2 folio 346 may more fully appear, that half part assigned by the sd deed of partition to the above mentioned Samuel Hanson, containing about 253 acres. Signed - Wm Hanson Jr.
      Wit - Thos Stone, Dan Jenifer. Rachel, the wife of the sd William Hanson, relinquished her right of dower to the lands within mentioned. Recorded Feb 11, 1761.
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      Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 729. Bill of Sale. I, Basil Hemersley of CC, for 83 6 shillings and 8 pence, have sold to Belain (Berlain) Posey of CC, a Negro man slave named Joseph. Signed Jun 22, 1770 - Basil Hemersley. Wit - Saml Love*. Recorded Jun 24, 1770.
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      1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 428-361: WILKINSONS RANGE: 244 acres; Possession of - 244 Acres - Wilkinson, John: Lying on the East side of Port Tobacco Creek surveyed 13 Feb 1724 for John Wilkinson, Patented to Mary Posey, wife of Burlaine Posey and Elinor McPherson wife to William McPherson Daughters of the said Wilkinson.: {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, 244 Acres - Richard Molyneux from William MacPherson; 22 July 1748,Richard Molyneux from John Harrant; 5 Aug 1748