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

William Heard

Male Bef 1633 - 1665  (> 32 years)


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  • Name William Heard 
    Born Bef 1633 
    Gender Male 
    Died 4 Jan 1664/65  Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I003270  Tree1
    Last Modified 19 Feb 2019 

    Family Bridget Yowkins,   d. Apr 1665, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. John Heard,   b. Bef 1640, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 31 Aug 1696, St. Mary's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 56 years)
     2. Catherine Heard,   b. Abt 1664, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Abt 1692, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 28 years)
    Last Modified 19 Feb 2019 
    Family ID F02406  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • Heard, William, Potomac River, 4th Jan., 1664; 26th Jan., 1664.
      Wife Bridget, execx. and sole legatee.
      Test: Walter Story, Andrew Ward. MCW 1. 220.
      === Contributed by Ralph D. Smith

      Mr. Thomas Hebden (deceased) sold to Nicholas Cawseen, Barnaby Jackson, & Luke Gardiner his whole estate on 13 June 1649. Lawrence Starkie, Esq. as successor to Thomas Copler [sic; Copley], Esq. in the deed acknowledges receipt of Katherine relict of said Thomas Hebden full payment. Date: Dec. 9, 1653.
      Signed: Nicholas Cawseene, Barnaby Jackson, Luke Gardiner. Witnesses: William Bretton, Benjamin Gill.
      Date: May 18, 1654. Lawrence Starky (of St. Inego's), in Power of Attorney from Mr. Nicholas Cawseene & Barnaby Jackson, acknowledges receipt. Date: Dec. 9, 1653.
      Witnesses: Samuel Harris, William Hurd.
      Sources: (1) Maryland Land Office, Patent Records, Liber 3, pp. 143-4, and (2) Archives of Maryland, Vol. 10, p. 419.
      Comment: In this record William Hurd makes his mark "O."

      May 14, 1657 - William Marshall, age 50, deposed that at Easter, he was at Pukewaxen at home of Goodman Boell where Robert Robins was, & they spoke of how said Robert & his wife lived. Robins replied that "she is a common whore, and I have good witness that William Herde rid her from stump to stump ...." William Hinson, age 28, deposed that he was in the field of William Marshall & heard Robert Robins say to William Herde "Herde, you rogue, you swived your sister from tree to tree, and I will have you to the Court" Whereupon Herde made answer "I will see her hang'd before I come to Court about her."
      Sources: (1) Maryland Land Office, Patent Records, Liber 3, pp. 275-6, and (2) Archives of Maryland, Vol. 10, p. 503.

      William Heard, immigrated 1661.
      Source: Maryland Land Office, Patent Records, Liber 4, p. 610. (Skordas)

      Jan. 25, 1664/5 - Bridget Heard was granted administration on estate of her husband William Heard. Security: John Douglas.
      Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 1E, p. 85.

      Feb. 17, 1665 - Inventory of William Heard (St. Mary's Co.) Will proved 4 May 1665. Appraisers: Francis Pope, John Cage. Walter Beane administered oath.
      Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 1E, pp. 120-122.

      === http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/megafile/msa/speccol/sc2900/sc2908/00000 1/000053/html/am53--622.html
      Charles County Court Proceedings, 1662-1666. p521

      Mr Walter Story Produced an Acccoumpt of William Heards wife
      Brigit Heard for six hundered and ten pounds of tobacco whearupon
      the Administrator of the sayd Brigit Heard desired that the sayd
      Walter Story might might bee sworne to his Accoumpt which, was
      granted
      the Accoumpt is as followeth Brigit heard dr to Walter story viz
      Ponegoune 350
      P tobacco payd P yr order to James Smith 100
      P tobacco payd P yr order to walter Peacke 160 lb 610
      610

      Walter Story Sworne and Examined in open Court Sayeth that
      the Estate of Brigit Heard Stand Justly indebted unto him P ac-
      coumpt the sume of six hundered and ten pounds of tobaco and
      further sayeth not
      for which the sd Duglas Confeseth a Judgment as the Administra-
      tor of the sayd Brigit Heard for six hundered and ten pounds of
      tobacco It is thearfor ordered that John Duglas as Administrator of
      Brigit heard shall pay unto Mr Walter Story the sume of six hun-
      dered and ten pounds of tobacco
      Mr Benjamin Rosier in the behalf of Mr Wm Burton and Company
      of Rotardam Marchants Produced this ensuing bill of Wm Heards
      and Craveth an order of Court thearupon against John Duglas the
      Administrator of Wm Heards wife Brigit Heard

      This bill bindeth mee william Heard of Charleses County in the
      Prouince of Maryland Planter mee my heirs Executors Administra-
      tors and Assignes to pay or Cause to bee payd unto Mr Wm Burton
      [p. 5221 and Company Marchants in Roterdame or to their Assignes the full and iust quantitie of three hundered fifty and four pounds of good
      sound bright and Large Mariland leafe tobacco and Caske at or
      upon the tenth of October next ensuing the daet hearof at my now
      dwelling hows as witnes my hand this 24th of December Ao 1664
      Test Samuell Clarke the marke of
      John hillen William H Heard
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 14 Nov 1659, Page 68
      Capt. John Jenkins demands warrant against William Heard; action of defamation; 14 Nov 1659; subpoena to wam Daniell Hutt, mariner, William Hale, Samuell Parker & Briget Philpot to testify
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 14 Nov 1659, Page 71 - 72
      indenture, 28 Apr 1659 from Samuell Parker, Cooper, to William Heard, planter; for a valuable sum of tobacco, a Parcel Of land lying on the Potomac bounded by Pasquehange Creek mouth; 150 acres; adjoining Capt. Jenkins /s/ Samuell Parker (mark); wit. William Crawford; Humphery Pike (mark); acknowledged in court by Samuell and Joane Parker; /s/ George Thompson, clerk
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 1 Mar 1660, Page 82
      172. William Heard enters his mark of hogs and cattle
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 4 Sep 1660, Page 97
      William Heard demands subpoenas for Mr. Robert Handley and Samuell Parker in case between him and Capt. John Jenkins

      Capt. John Jenkins demands subpoena for William Hall and Thomas Lomax to testify in case between him and William Heard
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 4 Sep 1660, Page 101
      252. William Heard, by his atty. Daniell Johnson, Plt.; Capt. John Jenkins, Def.; letter of attorney appointing Daniell Johnson; 4 Sep 1660; /s/ William Heard (mark); wit. Mathew Gage, William Robeson; Heards petition claims he agreed with Capt. John Jenkings for lease of a parcel of land and cleared it in about 10 weeks then Jenkins forced him off the land; both parties consent to referral to Gov. and Mr. John Hatch who met 8 Sep and ordered defendant make payment to petitioner for work done

      Liber A, Page 120, folio 308; Charles County Circuit Court, Microfilm Cr 35,689, Court 12 Feb 1660
      Mathias Obrian, -age ca 33 years, states that John Tomkinson, in the presence of William Allen and James Johnson, said there were 30 of the inhabitants of this province to be hanged including Zacharie Wade, Joseph Harrison, William Heard and several others
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 24 Sep 1661, Page 145 - 146 - 147
      379. Elenor Empson, late wife to William Empson, dec'd, sold Richard Dodd cattle; for nursing and keeping Mary Empson, daughter of above "because of the condition I am left in"; I, Richard Watson in the behalf of the afsd. Elenor Empson bind myself to warrant the ownership of the cattle to Richard Dodd; 5 Apr 166 1; /s/ Elenor Empson (mark), Richard Watson; wit. Tho. Hussey; Thomas Baker (mark)
      Endorsed on back: Elenor Empson, late wife of William Empson, late dec'd, do dispose of Mary Empson, child of the said William Empson, dec'd, unto Thomas Baker from I Apr 1663; Baker agrees "to take the maid Mary Empson and bring her up as if she was my own"; dated I Apr 166 1; /s/ Elenor Empson (mark), Thomas Baker (mark); wit. Tho. Hussey, Richard Dodd (mark), Susana Robisson (mark)

      380. Indenture, 23 Apr 1660; from Thomas Baker, planter, to William Empson, planter; a parcel of land on the Potomac on Baker's Creek; /s/ Thomas Baker (mark); wit. Richard Dodd (mark), Thomas Lomax
      Endorsed on back: William Empson assigns his rights to William Heard 12 Feb 1660/1; /s/ William Empson (mark); wit. George Thompson, George Roberts; acknowledged in open court by
      Thomas Baker, William Empson, and Elenor Empson to William Heard; dated 12 Feb 1660 before George Thompson
      ===
      Nov. 27, 1661 - William Heard was granted administration on estate of Joane Parker.
      Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 1C, p. 68.
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 22 Apr 1662, Page 198
      Hugh Oneal demands warrant against William Heard, admn. to Samuel Parker, in action of debt; subpoena Daniel Johnson, Henry Perre and Ane Ges
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 8 Jul 1662, Page 213
      Mr. Enock Doughty, on behalf of his brother-in-law Hew Oneal, demands warrant against William Heard as admn. to estate of Samuell Parker
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 8 Jul 1662, Page 216
      William Heard subpoenas Mrs. Long, Andrew Ward, Ane Ges against Heugh Oneale
      Hew Oneale subpoenas Henry Peer, Daniell Johnson, Ane Ges against William Heard
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 8 Jul 1662, Page 223 - 224
      Hugh ONeale, Plt.; William Heard, Def.; Plaintiff admn. to Samuel Parker in action of case for 1000# of tobacco;
      Daniell Johnson swore that in 1660 Samuel Parker said he had a heifer in the hills which he would willingly give Mrs. Vanderduncke now wife of ONeale for the care she gave him;
      Ane Ges swore that Joane Parker thought Mrs. ONeale poisoned her with a portion of something in a pot;
      Thomas Lomax, Enoch Doughty, Mrs. Oneale made swom statements regarding the bill for treatment of Joane Parker; mentions Mr. Handly's 30 foot tobacco house;
      William Heard and John Waltom also made sworn statements;
      Oneale ordered to be non-suited and to pay court costs
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 6 Sep 1662, Page 241
      Mrs. Mary Oneal demands warrant against William Heard in action of defamation; subpoena Mrs. Beane, Mrs. Long, Mrs. Walker, Michell Abbot and John Wheeler
      Mary Oneal demands warrant against William Heard; action of case; subpoena Simon Renck
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 2 Oct 1662, Page 251 - 252
      Mrs. Mary Oneale, Plt.; William Heard, Def.; defamation; Heard stated that Widow Parker did say on her death bed that petitioner poisoned her; John Wheeler, Michell Abbot,
      Elisabeth Walker, and Elenor Beane all swore that William Heard said Mrs. Oneal had arrested him for 1000# of tobacco and he could bring Mrs. Oneal before "her 12 Godfathers" for something she gave Joane Parker; defendant claimed he did not intend to defame or trouble her and asked for forgiveness
      Hewgh Oneale, Plt; William Heard, Def.; Heard being the possessor of the estate of Samuell and Joane Parker has refused to pay 600# of tobacco due Oneale; Elisabeth Walker swore she heard Mrs. Oneale demand tobacco of Joane Parker for physic that her husband had of Mr. Oneale; Mrs. Parker said she would give Mrs. Oneale one heifer; Court find no cause of account on a dead man's estate; plaintiff to pay charges
      ===
      Charles County Court and Land Records, Volume 1 page 383 Liber B

      William and Brigit Heard assign their rights to Thomas Baker for a parcel of land between Mr. Baker and Francis Pope's land; payment acknowledged; patent to be delivered to Baker by 25 Dec; dated 16 Jul 1664; /s/ William Heard (mark), Brigit Heard (mark); wit. George Thompson, George Inglish
      ===
      Charles County Court and Land Records, page 473 Liber B
      8 Aug 1665 Mr. Henry Mees by his atty. Mr. Samuell Cressey demands warrant against John Douglas, admn. of William Heard, debt value 310# of tobacco; subpoena George English; 8 Aug 1665
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 17 Dec 1662, Page 42, 43, 44
      Francis Gray, Plt.; William Heard, admn. to Samuell Parker, Def.; Heard, admn. of Joane Parker, wife of Samuel Parker, dec'd, demands 425# of principal tobacco and cask; bill of debt binding Samuell Parker and Henry Lilly to pay Richard Stearman 420# of tobacco; 6 Jun 1656; /s/ Samuel Parker, Henry Lilly (mark); wit. Thomas Broughton, John Martine

      Letter of atty.: Richard Stearman who married the relict widow of Edmond Brent, dec'd, appoints Mr. Francis Gray his atty.; 17 May 1660; /s/ Richard Stearman; wit. Thomas Pope, Ralph Elstone; defendant request non-suit; granted;
      petition entered by William Heard showing that Francis Gray in action of debt and never demanded it; court orders payment to Heard of 140# of tobacco
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 27 Mar 1662/3, Page 101
      William Heard presents Elisabeth Stone judged to be 14 years old
      William Heard on behalf of Humphery Warren presents servant maid judged to be 18 years old named Anne Lane
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 13 Oct 1663, Page 172 - 173 - 174
      Indenture, 30 Apr 1655 between James Walker of Wicokomeco and Christopher Carnell of Wicokomeco, planter, a parcel of land lying in the Province of Maryland; bounded by Thomas Michell; containing 200 acres; /s/ James Walker; wit.: John Gooldsmith (mark), Edward Philpot (mark)

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

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

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

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

      Francis Doughty, Sr., minister of Rappahannock in Virginia, and Anne Doughty, his wife assign rights in above to Gils Tomkinson in the parish or hamlet of Pickeawanon in Charles County; 9 Feb 1662; /s/ Fr. Doughty, Anne Doughty; wit. John Washington, John Crow (mark); signed in the presence of Francis Doughty, Jr., Hugh Oneall (mark); acknowledged in open court by Mr. Enoch Doughty and Mr. Fr. Doughty
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 5 Mar 1663/4, Page 260 to 264
      Henry Peare acknowledged the ensuing bill of sale to Walter Story and John London of London, merchants: Indenture 2 Feb 1663 between Henry Peare, planter on the Potomac River, and John London, merchant of London, for 100 of lawful money of England
      a parcel of land on the Potomac River of 150 acres; adjoining Paskehanse Creek; mentions Capt. Jenkins' land; /s/ Henry Peere (mark and seal); wit. William Heard (mark), John Small


      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 11 Feb 1662/3, Page 79 - 80
      William, Heard, as atty. to Absolom Covant, Plt.; Capt. Josias Fendall and Mr. Robert Hundly; admns. to Capt. Christopher Russell, Def.; referral from the last court; regarding debt of 1309# of tobacco; bill entered binding Capt. Russell of Wicocomeco, planter
      to be paid to Absolom Covant, Joseph Clarke and William Floyd of Bristol, merchants, 1309# of tobacco in cask before 1 Nov next; dated 20 Feb 1660; /s/ Christopher Russell; wit. Joseph Cooper (mark), Martin Mordan; defendant confesses judgment; estate ordered to pay
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 28 Jul 1663, Page 137
      Edward Philpot, Plt.; William Heard, Def.; petitions Heard as admn. of Joane the wife of Samuel Parker, dec'd, for debt of 100# of tobacco for building a fence around their graves; defendant pleaded that it was not within 9 months limit by Act of Assembly
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 12 Jul 1664, Page 342
      A jury impaneled July 1664 to view the body of John Constable, servant to William Heard; verdict that the cause of death was by willful drowning of himself, /s/ John Cage (mark), foreman; George English, John Emerson, Mr. John Clarke, John Small (mark), Gither Bower, Thomas Standrige (mark), Thomas Perce (mark), Nicholaus Grose (mark), George Holines, Henry Grace (mark), Martin Descora
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 9 Aug 1664, Page 349 - 250
      William Heard and his wife acknowledged in open court the following bill of sale: Indenture made 3 Apr 1660 between Thomas Baker, planter and William Empson, planter; a parcel of land lying on the Potomac River beginning near the mouth of Baker's Creek /s/ Thomas Baker (mark); wit. Richard Dod (mark), Thomas Lomax William Empson assigns his rights in above patent to William Heard 12 Feb 1660/1; /s/ William Empson (mark); wit. George Thompson, George Roberts Acknowledged by him and his wife in court 10 Feb 1660/1; /s/ George Thompson William and Brigit Heard assign rights in above to Thomas Baker dated 16 Jul 1664; /s/ William Heard (mark), Brigit Heard (mark); wit George English, John Emerson
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 8 November 1664, Page 383
      William and Brigit Heard assign their rights to Thomas Baker for a parcel of land between Mr. Baker and Francis Pope's land; payment acknowledged; patent to be delivered to Baker by 25 Dec; dated 16 Jul 1664; /s/ William Heard (mark), Brigit Heard (mark); wit. George Thompson, George English
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 4 Nov 1662, Page 520
      Mr. Marmeduke Snow per Mr. Edward Richardson, demands warrant against Lt. John Douglas as admn. of Brigit Heard in action of debt for 647# of tobacco; 13 Mar 1665/6
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 13 Mar 1665/6, Page 524
      Marmeduke Snow did pass word for payment 28 Jan 1654; petitions the court for 647# of tobacco on behalf of Brigit Heard deceased to John Foxhall of St. Mary's County, merchant, for goods; petitioner was constrained by the Commissioners of St. Mary's Co. in Nov 1665; John Douglas as admn. confessed judgment; payment ordered from estate of Brigit Heard
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court Liber E, Page 86-1/2
      16 Sep 1672; Indenture from Edmond Lyndsy, planter, to John Douglas, Gent.; for 11,000# tobacco; a parcel of land called St. Edmonds granted to Lyndsy by patent dated 10 Mar 1670; bound by land laid out for William Heard; lying on the east side of the main fresh of Portobacco Creek; containing 100 acres now in tenure of John Douglas; /s/ Edmond Lyndsy; with Jonathan Marler, Rich. Edelen
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court Liber E, Page 109-1/2
      4 Jan 1672; Indenture from Jobe Corner, planter, to William Grant, planter; for 6,000# tobacco; a tract called Jobe's Comfort; bounded by William Heard; laid out for 200 acres; /s/ Jobe Corner; wit. Thomas Corke, Jeremiah Macknue
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court Liber E, Page 161
      1 Aug 1673; Indenture from Jobe Corner, planter, to John Hackister; tract called Jobe's Comfort; for 2,500# tobacco; containing 200 acres; bounded by William Heard's land on the east side of the main fresh of Portobacco or St. Thomas Creek; /s/ Jobe Corner; wit. John Jones
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court Liber E, Page 163
      10 Sep 1673; Indenture from John Hackister to Philip Gibbon, Gent.; for 6,500# tobacco; a tract called St. Ignatius; on the west side of the main fresh at the head of Portobacco Creek; bounded by land laid out fix Job Chandler and John {O'Caine}; containing 100 acres; also a parcel called Haggister's Addition on the east side of the main fresh of Portobacco; bounded by William Heard, laid out for 50 acres; /s/ John Hackister; wit. John Jones, Sr.

      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court Liber F, Page 16; 10 Nov 1674;
      Indenture from John Hackister, planter, to John Boswell, planter; for 6,000# for tobacco; a parcel of land called Job's Comfort on the east side of the main run of Portobacco Creek; bound by William Heard; laid out for 200 acres; /s/ John Hackister; wit. Thomas Corker, Joseph Bullot
      ===
      Charles County Land Records Liber L#2 Page 66.
      At the request of John Chunn Jr of CC, the following patent and assignment was recorded this Dec 20, 1722.
      Caecilius, Proprietary of Maryland.-Know that we, for and in consideration that John Compton & Rob. Page of_Maryland, planters, have due them 500 acres of land,_assigned sd Compton and Page, the assignee of Bridgett Heard, the relict of Wm Heard, and 300 acres more out of a -- for 350 acres the sd page as appears - record papers such conditions and terms as are expressed.in our..,Conditions of. Plantation of the Province of Maryland or our greater Seal dated at London Jul 2, 1649, with such alterations as is made by our Declaration dated Sep 25, 1658, remaining of record in Maryland, do hereby grant to sd John Compton and Robert Page, a parcel of land (called Brothwood, {BRATHWOOD} lying in St Mary's County in the woods, bounded by a bounded white oak of Edward Swann called Sagteston, {EAGLETON} containing and laid out for about 800 acres. Signed Sep 20, 1665- Charles Calvert.
      Know that we, John Compton and Robert Page of St Mary's County, for a valuable consideration to us in hand paid, we have sold to Walter Bayne, our right to the within mentioned land. Signed May 15, 1666 - John (1c his mark) Compton, Robert Page. Wit - Jonathan Marlow, Andrew Ward.

      ===
      Charles County, Maryland Liber L#2, Page 102. At the request of Walter Story of CC, gent, the following conveyance and assignments were recorded May 12, 1723.
      Apr 28, 1659 from Samuel Parker of Maryland, cooper, to William Heard of same, planter, for a valuable sum of tobacco or parcel of land on Baltemore River, bounded by Pasquohanse [Pasquahanza] Cr mouth, containing for breath, according to the old survey up towards Capt Jenkins' land, and for length up into the woods, containing about 150 acres. Signed - Samuell Parker. Wit - William Craford, Humphrey (HP his mark) Pike, Tho Lomax*.
      On the back of this deed was endorsed thus
      Know that I, William Heard of Maryland, planter, hereby assign over all my whole right of the land within mentioned, unto Peter Carr of Maryland, planter. Signed Jan 4, 1659 - William (H his mark) Heard. Wit - Jno Douglas,~Tho Lomax.
      Know that I, Peter Carr of Maryland, planter,'do hereby assign over my whole right in the land within mentioned, unto Henrie Perre and William Crafford. Signed Jan 28, 1659 - Peter (/I\ his mark) Carr. Wit - Samuell Parker, John Douglas.
      Know that I, William Craforte, do.assign over all,.my right
      Know that I, Henry Peere of Pottomock, planter,"-do assign over my "write" of all the within mentioned land to' Walter Story and John Louden of London, merchants.'.Signed,Jan 12, 1663 - HP. Wit - John Emerson, John Small.
      ===
      Charles County Land Records Book X#2 Page 128.
      At the request of Danl of St Thos Jenifer of CC, the following deed was recorded on Jul 9, 1744.
      Jul 6, 1744 from Robert Wade of Prince Georges County, planter, and Elizabeth, his wife, to Daniel of St Thos Jenifer of CC, scrivener, for 2000 lbs tobacco and 10 of paper currency, and for divers other good causes, all that parcel of land, being part of a tract of land called St Edmonds, lying in CC, the same being first granted to Edmond Lyndsey of CC, by patent dated Mar 10, 1670, and by sd Lyndsey, by his deed dated Sep 16, 1672, conveyed to John _ of CC, Gent:, and by the said Douglass, by his deed of gift dated Aug 13, 1678, conveyed to Jno Hamilton, and by sd Hamilton's will, devised to Elizabeth Hamilton, daughter of sd John Hamilton and wife of the said Robert Wade, party to these presents, bounded by a parcel of land formerly laid out for William Heard, lying on the east side of the Main fresh Run which runs into Portobacco Cr, the line of William Heard's land, containing about 100 acres. Signed - Robt Wade Jr, Eliz (Elizb her mark) Wade. Wit - Robt Hanson. Walter Hanson.

      ===
      Family_Name CC Hundred R_pg Seq tract_name Other_mentioned_Tracts_1
      Corner, Job Port Tobacco 310 57 GREENAH ST. NICOLAS
      Corner, Job Port Tobacco 321 136 JOB COMFORT
      Heard, William Port Tobacco 317 114 BEECH NECK
      Heard, William Port Tobacco 321 136 JOB COMFORT
      Heard, William Piccawaxen 299 78 MARSHLAND
      Heard, William Port Tobacco 321 137 ST. EDMONDS
      Dodson, John Port Tobacco 406 192 DODSONS COURAGE BEECH NECK
      Dodson, John Port Tobacco 321 136 JOB COMFORT
      Dodson, Walter Port Tobacco 452 504 DODSONS CHANCE DODSONS COURAGE
      Dodson, Walter Port Tobacco 406 192 DODSONS COURAGE BEECH NECK
      ===
      ===
      1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 369-51: BRATHWOOD: 800 acres; Possession of - 800 Acres - Bayne, Walter: Surveyed 12 June 1665 for John Compton & Robert Page in the woods at the boundary of the land called EAGLETON: Other Tracts Mentioned: EAGLETON; Conveyance notes - Possessed by Walter Bayne for his brother Ebsworth Bayne, 100 Acres- Samuel Love from Ebsworth Bayne; 28 Jan 1715; 100 Acres- Samuel Love from Ebsworth Bayne; 11 Nov 1718,Joseph Allen from Ebsworth Bayne; 22 Feb 1715, 469 Acres - John Chunn Jr. from Ebsworth Bayne; 23 May 1717; 480 Acres - John Chunn Jr. from Ebsworth Bayne; 16 Sep 1719, 800 Acres - John Chunn Jr. from William Compton; 8 March 1721, Joseph Allen Jr. from Joseph Allen Sr.; 6 Nov 1729; John Wilson from Joseph Allen; 30 May 1746, 12 Acres - Samuel Love from Joseph Allen; 8 March 1745
      ===
      1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 375-17: EAGLETON: 615 acres; Possession of - 615 Acres - Swann, Samuel: Surveyed 9 July 1669 for Edward Swann in the woods near Piles Fresh at a bound poplar near the head of a branch: {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, 80 Acres - Samuel Swann from Philip Briscoe; 19 June 1725,12 Acres - Samuel Love from Thomas Swann; 17 July 1732, 38 Acres - Samuel Love from Thomas Swann; 23 Aug 1746 {mm note: could be 57 & 38}, 95 Acres - John Urquhart from James Swann; 2 Aug 1750,
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      1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 321-137: ST. EDMONDS: 250 acres; Possession of - 150 Acres - Foster, William: Surveyed 13 Oct 1670 for Edmund Lindsey at a bound poplar a bound tree of 1000 Acres of land laid out for William Heard: Conveyance notes - 150 Acres - John Ashman from Richard Ancram (sp?) & Mary; 24 Nov 1726, 150 Acres - Samuel Hanson Jr. from John Ashman, 28 Sept 1739 ,100 Acres - Daniel Jennifer from Robert Wade; 6 July 1744, 100 Acres - Joseph Milbourne Semmes from Daniel of St. Thomas Jennifer; 18 July 1744,
      ===
      1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 387-69: BEECH NECK: 480 acres; Possession of - 480 Acres - See Notes: Patent issued to William Bladen Esq for 480 Acres being the other Moiety of BEECH NECK beginning at the bound gum tree the beginning of said BEECH NECK (pat10 July 1715 ); {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, 165 Acres - Daniel of St. Thomas Jennifer from Benjamin Tasker & Edward Neale; 27 May 1752,
      ===
      1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 321-136: JOB COMFORT: 200 acres; Possession of - 200 Acres - Dodson, John: Surveyed 3 Feb 1670 for Job Corner at a bound poplar standing near a bound gum a boundary tree of William Heard's land: Conveyance notes - This land is disclaimed, ,
      ===
      1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 299-78: MARSHLAND: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Matthews, William : Surveyed for Wm Heard adjoining to the land surveyed for Thomas Baker patented 9 July 1663: Other notes - 100 Acres John Blee from William Matthews, 11 May 1717., 40 Acres Barton Smoot from Joseph Ward & Margaret, 17 June 1732,100 Acres Barton Smoot from Margaret Ward, 31 January 1734.