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

John Chunn

Male 1698 - 1744  (46 years)


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  • Name John Chunn  [1
    Born 1698  William & Mary Parish, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 25 Oct 1744  William & Mary Parish, Charles County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I003544  Tree1
    Last Modified 8 Jul 2020 

    Father John Chunn,   b. Bef 1667,   d. Aft 1733, Charles County, Maryland - Inventory Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 68 years) 
    Mother Muriel Tubb,   d. Aft 1733, Charles County, Maryland - land Inventory Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married Abt 1688 
    Family ID F02762  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 1 Mary Vowles,   b. 1690, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1743, William & Mary Parish, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 53 years) 
    Married Abt 1718  Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. John Chunn,   b. Abt 1718, William & Mary Parish, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 5 Dec 1757, William & Mary Parish, Charles County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 39 years)
     2. Richard Chunn,   b. Abt 1720, William & Mary Parish, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 7 Jan 1745/46, William & Mary Parish, Charles County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 26 years)
     3. Andrew Chunn,   b. Abt 1724, Charles 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 ~ 36 years)
     4. Peregrine Chunn,   b. Abt 1726, William & Mary Parish, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location
     5. Lydia Chunn,   b. 1727, William & Mary Parish, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1788, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 62 years)
     6. Mary Anne Chunn,   b. Abt 1728, William & Mary Parish, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1 Dec 1804, Charles County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 76 years)
     7. Judith Chunn,   b. 1729, William & Mary Parish, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1784, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 56 years)
     8. Elizabeth Chunn,   b. Abt 1736, William & Mary Parish, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Abt 1762, Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 26 years)
     9. Dorothy Chunn,   b. 1739, William & Mary Parish, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location
    Last Modified 8 Jul 2020 
    Family ID F02759  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 2 Rachel MNU Chunn,   b. Aft 1702,   d. Aft 1744, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 42 years) 
    Married Abt 1743  Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 8 Jul 2020 
    Family ID F02761  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      CHUNN, JOHN, Charles Co. 29 Dec, 1743; 25 Oct. 1744
      To eldest son RICHARD, 112 A., of "Morrises Mount," bought from Wm, Coode and Joseph Allen.
      To third son ANDREW CHUN, ex., 1/3 of "Brotherood" land given to John Chunn.
      To fourth son PEREGRINE CHUNN, 1/3 of "Brotherwood."
      To sons RICHARD,, JOHN,, ANDREW, PEREGRINE; to daus MARY ANN, ELIZABETH, LYDIA, JUDITH and DOROTHY, personalty, residue of estate,
      Test: Samuel Amery, Samuel (L) Love, Jr. 23.628-631
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      John Chunn 30.145 CH 421.15.7 Jan 4 1744 Jan 22 1744
      Appraisers: Samuel Amery, Samuel Love, Sr.
      Mentions: John Chunn, John Burch.
      Mentions: Francis Parnham, James Nivison.
      Executrix: Rachel Chunn.
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      John Chunn 23.76 A CH 421.15.1 126.19.11 Oct 15 1746
      Sureties: Thomas Bazil, Jr., Samuel Amery.
      Received from: Jest. Burch, Thomas Dyson, George Dyson, William Scott, James Mills.
      Payments to: James Nevison, James Nevison assignee of Thomas Jackson, Dr. John Williams, Dr. Richard Cooke, Dr. Parnham, Philip Key, Samuel Love, Richard Wainwright, Edward Davis, executors of Peter Mitchell, Abigal Swann, Mr. Henry Brooker Thomas Dyson, Thomas Tippel, Sarah Dyson, Robert Buscoe, Joseph Noble, William Blackenbury, Joseph Allen, Samuel Chunn, Daniel Dulany, Esq., Walter Hanson, Samuel Hanson.
      Administrator (de bonis non): Andrew Chunn.
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      John & Mary Wilson 4.127 A CH 139.0.0 54.6.5 Apr 10 1722
      Received from: Joseph Allen, George Winnot, Samuell Swan, Thomas Burch
      Payments to: Samuell Love, John Meridith, Samuell Chune, Elisabeth Highfield, Peter Scallorn, Col, Thomas Crabb paid to Thomas Jameson, Sr., George Witter, Thomas Bordley, Esq,, Samuell Hanson, Joseph Chun, Michaell Miller, John Ching.
      Administrator: Ralph Baglie.
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      Thomas Swann 28.162 CH 305.14.6 Aug 24 1743 Aug 27 1743
      Appraisers: John Chunn, Samuel Love.
      Creditors: Benjamin Edwards, Samuel Amery,
      Next of kin: James Swann, Jr., John King.
      Administratrix: Abigail Swann.
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      John Ching 7.145 CH 69.9.3 Feb 28 1720
      Appraisers: John Chunn, John Slye,
      Creditors: Thomas Turner, Thomas Jameson.
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      DYSON, JOSEPH, Charles Co. 1 Jan, 1769
      10 NOV, 1769
      Wife: Dorcas Dyson, 1/3 pt. of estate.
      Dau. Winefred Dyson.
      To son Thomas Andrew Dyson, lands that I possess to him; If he shd. decease without male issue, lands to be divided between sons Aquilla Dyson and Samuel Turner Dyson; one cow marked In the proper mark of Mary Turner, widow of Samuel Turner, these I give him In lieu of 2 heifers his grandfather Dyson left him.
      To son Aquilla Dyson, 1 slave, but in case the hrs. of John Chunn shd. recover sd. slave from son Aquilla Dyson or his guardian, then Aquilla to be made equal, which with my 3 children: Winefred, Mary and Samuel Turner Dyson, out of their 3 different parts; but in case the hrs, of John Chunn shd. not recover sd. slave from Aquilla. or his guardian, to dau. Mary Dyson a slave.
      Mentioned 4 children: Winefred, Aquilla, Mary and Samuel Turner Dyson.
      I will that sons Thomas Andrew Dyson and Aquilla, be put under nephew Bennett Dyson, and he to be their guardian until 21,
      Exs: Wife Dorcas Dyson, and nephew Bennett Dyson.
      Wit: James Craik, Those Reeves, Sam Turner. 37.38
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      Peter Hayes 14.372 A CH 21.11.10 23.15.5 Aug 17 1737
      Received from: widow Sanders, Abraham Wood, William Johnson, Thomas Reed, William Boarman, Mark Richardson, Robert Brent, Dennis Nally, John Nally, George Brett, Just. Teneson, William Nalley, Thomas Birch, William Sympson, John Parnham, Jr.
      Payments to: Dr, John Haw, James Swann, John Slye, William Ferguson, Philip
      Briscoe, Richard Wainwright, Matthew Cumpton, John Chinn, Andrew Chunn.
      Administratrix: Elisabeth Foxley, wife of Joseph Faxley.
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      Edward Briscoe 11.424 CH 194.16.7 Mar 17 1725 Jul 11 1726
      Appraisers: John Chunn, Jr., Benjamin Chunn.
      Creditors: Phillip Briscoe, Thomas Masser.
      Next of kin: John Briscoe, Sr., Susanna Briscoe, Sr,, John Briscoe, Jr.
      Executrix; (name not given).
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      Maryland Calendar of Wills
      Vowles, Richard, St. Mary's County, 4th April, 1724
      22nd April, 1724
      To son Richard and hrs., tract on w. side Trap Ck. (Bounded by "Rocky Point" now in poss. Of George Thompson, land of William Bradbon, "The Fox" and Brittons Bay), 2 tracts nr. St. Williams Ck. And personalty.
      To son James and hrs., land bet. that devised son Richard and Clements Bay (for desc. see will), and personalty.
      To son Matthew and hrs, residue of "Vowles' Purchase," 80 A "Vowles' Addition" and "Hattfield's Hills" (Bou. Of Wm. Thompson). To be in care of wife Mary til age at 21.
      To son John and dau. Mary (wife of John Chunn, Jr.), personalty, in lieu of their share in estate.
      To wife, Mary, use of dwelling house, of lands and personalty; to divide residue of estate with sons Richard, James and Matthew
      Exs.: Sons Richard and James.
      Test: John Bowles, Robt. Elliot, Philip Key 18,258.
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      William Thorn, Sr. 23.61 CH 53.13.0 Feb 28 1737 Mar 14 1737
      Appraisers: John Chunn, Thomas Swann.
      Creditors: Thomas Marcer.
      Next of kin: John Thorn, James Thorn.
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      Mr. John Haw 23.28 CH 1.10.6 Aug 18 1737 Feb 15 ----
      Appraisers: John Harris, John Chunn.
      Administratrix: Mrs. Mary Haw.
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      Dr. John Haw 22.275 CH 198.10.4 Mar 2 1736 May 16 1737
      Appraisers: John Harris, John Chunn.
      Creditors: John Parnham, James Sayers.
      Administratrix: Mrs. Mary Haw.
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      John Higdon/Higton 23.24 CH 24.15.1 Mar 19 1736 Jun 13 1737
      Appraisers: Benedict Boarman, Samuel Chunn.
      Creditors: James Sayers, Jacob And. Minitree.
      Next of kin: Thomas Higdons, William Higdons.
      Administratrix: Bathia Higton.
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      John Higton 17.98 A CH 116.8.3 Apr 14 1739
      Payments to: John Farnham, Col. Dent, John Chunn, Anne McKenrice, John Ash,
      Mentions: Thomas Ash.
      Administratrix; Bathia Higton.
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      Edward Briscoe 11.424 CH 194.16.7 Mar 17 1725 Jul 11 1726
      Appraisers: John Chunn, Jr., Benjamin Chunn.
      Creditors: Phillip Briscoe, Thomas Masser.
      Next of kin: John Briscoe, Sr., Susanna Briscoe, Sr., John Briscoe, Jr.
      Executrix: (name not given).
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      John Dent 17.243 CH 95.11.2 Jun 8 1733 Jun 12 1733
      Appraisers: John Burch, John Chunn.
      Creditors: Benjamin Edwards, John Haw.
      Next of kin: George Dent, Edward Turner.
      Administratrix: Catherine Dent.
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      William Stone (gentleman) 11.512 A CH 466.1.7 32.6.1 Aug 31 1732
      Received from: John Atchison, John Queen, Daniel McDonald, Robert Gordon, James
      Allen, Robert Doyne, Richard Harrison, Mary Ryon, James Hollyday, Esq.
      Payments to: John Parnham, Jr., Simon Smith, John Parnham, Sr., David Cockran,
      John Howard, Walter Winter, Alexander Adair, John Watts, John Chunn, Jr.,
      Randall Morris, Charles Calvert, Esq., Samuel Hanson, George Midway.
      Representatives & Legatees: persons (unnamed, all at age).
      Executors: Theodosia Stone, Thomas Stone, Richard Stone.
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      Capt. John Briscoe 18.275 CH 322.0.0 May 10 1734 Jun 14 1734
      (gentleman).
      Appraisers: John Chunn, Benjamin Chunn.
      Creditors: Samuell Williamson Briscoe, Williamson Hayes.
      Next of kin: Samuell Williamson Briscoe, John Briscoe.
      Executrix: Mrs. Eleanor Briscoe.
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      Edward Davis, Sr. 22.71 CH 101.13.8 Aug 14 1736 Oct 6 1736
      Appraisers: John Chunn, John Dison.
      Next of kin: Henry Davis, Edward Davis.
      Executrix: Mary Davis.
      Executor: Isaac Shamwell.
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      John Harrison 18.167 A SM 71.6.3 85.17.9 Mar 31 1741
      Sureties: Benjamin Burroughs, Thomas Smoot.
      Payments to: John King, Martha Wright, Michaell Williams, Mr. John Cartwright, John Chunn,
      Distribution to: widow (unnamed, 1/3). Residue to (orphans): William Harrison, Robert, John, Elisabeth, Susanna, Margret Harrison.
      Administrators: Elisabeth Harrison, William Harrison.
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      Samuel Swann 28.161 CH 30,16.4 1743 Aug 17 1743
      Appraisers: Benjamin Chunn Andrew Chunn.
      Creditors: J. Hills, Samuel Amery.
      Next of kin: Burch Swann, Edward Swann.
      Executrix: Anne Swann.
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      Thomas Swann 28.162 Ch 305.14.6 Aug 24 1743 Aug 27 1743
      Appraisers: John Chunn, Samuel Love.
      Creditors: Benjamin Edwards, Samuel Amery,
      Next of kin: James Swann, Jr., John King.
      Administratrix: Abigail Swann.
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      Thomas Morriss 29.418 SM 188.3.3 Jun 21 1744 Sep 6 1744
      Appraisers: James Taylor, Robert Parker.
      Creditors: Philip Key, Baptist Barber.
      Next of kin: John Chunn, Catherine Chunn.
      Administrator/Executor: Henry Lyon.
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      John Chunn Sr.: to his son Andrew Chunn, all his personal estate; must agree to allow his father and his wife Muriel Chunn, maintenance during their lifetimes. signed 13 March 1731. (land: M#2.282)
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      John Chunn. signed 11 March 1734/5. By request of his dec'd father, he gives his brothers.: Joseph Chunn, a tract called "Muriells Choice", 50 acres: Benjamin Chunn, 50 acres of a tract called "East Marling" {Martin} ; to Andrew Chunn,, 50 of tract "East Marling" {Martin} and by agreement with his bro. Samuel Chunn, 50 acres of a tract called "Partnership." (Land: O#2.126, see also Land: O#2.395.)
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      Charles County Land Records, Liber H#2, Page 23
      21 Dec 1716; Deed of Gift recorded at request of Henry Davis:
      12 Dec 1716; Deed of Gift from Edward Davis, planter, for love and affection to his son Henry Davis; a parcel of land called Davises Hazard; bounded by Ferney Branch; /s/ Edward Davis; wit. Jno. Chunn, Jr., George Demant, Jr. (mark)
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      Charles County Land Records, Liber H#2, Page 49
      20 Mar 1716; Recorded at request of William Kingsland:
      13 Mar 1716; Indenture from John Slye, Gent., to Wm. Kingsland, planter; lease of a parcel called Lapworth Lodge bounded by John Pile and Robert Slye, tract of Thomas Gerard, Esq. called Norwood; containing 100 acres; lease for 15 years; rent 600# tobacco; containing 100 acres; /s/ Jno. Slye, Wm. Kingsland; wit. Jno. Chunn, Samll. Swann; memo: above land contains insufficient timber for use of plantation so Kingsland may supply with timber from my plantation called Lapworth; /s/ John Slye
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      Charles County Land Records, Liber H#2, Page 62
      19 Jun 1717; Recorded at request of John Chunn:
      23 May 1717; Indenture from Ebsworth Bayne, Gent., to John Chunn, Jr., for 7,500# tobacco; a parcel called Brotherwood in the forest near the head of Pile's Fresh; bounded by 100 acres of Ebsworth Bayne sold to Samuel Love, line of land sold by Bayne to Joseph Allen, and near Edward Davises; laid out for 469 acres; /s/ Ebsworth Bayne; wit. Jno. Parry, Tho Brerth, Wm. Grove (mark); 23 May 1717 Ebsworth Bayne ack. deed
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      Charles County Land Records, Liber H#2, Page 214
      4 Mar 1718; Recorded at request Thomas Sympson, Jr.:
      22 Dec 1718; Indenture from Thomas Sympson, Sr., planter, to Thomas Sympson, Jr.; for 1,000# tobacco; part of a parcel called St. Thomas on the west side of St. John's Creek, between Sympson's dwelling and lower side of Pyle's Freshes; containing 46 acres; /s/ Thomas Sympson; wit. William Sympson, Jno. Chunn; ack. by Thomas Sympson, Sr.
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      Charles County Land Records, Liber H#2, Page 318
      13 Feb 1719; Recorded at request of Peter Cartwright, planter:
      17 Feb 1719; Indenture from John Slye, Gent., to Peter Cartwright, planter; for 9 and 1,500# tobacco; part of a parcel called Lapwood; bounded by Northwood; containing 23 acres; /s/ John Slye (mark); wit. Geo. Dent, Jno. Chunn, Jr.; 17 Feb 1719 ack. by John Slye
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      Charles County Land Records, Liber H#2, Page 319
      20 Feb 1719; Recorded at request of Gilbert Lewis, planter:
      17 Feb 1719; Indenture from Thomas Sympson, Sr. and Thomas Sympson, Jr., planters, to Gilbert Lewis; for 5,000* tobacco; a tract called Huckleberry Swamp near the Potomac River; bounded by George Dent; containing 100 acres; Is/ Thomas Sympson, Sr., Thomas Sympson, Jr.; wit. Jos. Pile, Jno. Chunn, Jr.; 17 Feb 1719 ack. by Thomas Sympson, Sr., Thomas Sympson, Jr. and Sarah his wife
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      Charles County Land Records, Liber H#2, Page 455
      18 Aug 1721; Recorded at request of Ralph Bagley, admn. of John Wilson: John Chunn, Sr., binds himself for 4,000# tobacco to John Wilson; obligation mentions Partnership taken up by Chunn; /s/ John Chunn, Sr.; wit. John Chunn, Jr., Sam. Chunn
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      Charles County Land Records, Liber H#2, Page 486
      29 Mar 1722; Recorded at request of John Chunn, Jr.:
      8 Mar 1721; Indenture from Wm. Compton, planter, to John Chunn, Jr., planter; for 10,000# tobacco; a parcel called Brotherhood containing 800 acres; bounded by Eagleton, land of Edward Swann and Wm. Compton; wit. Jno. Briscoe, Sam. Chunn, Jon. Fendall; 8 Mar 1721 Wm. Compton and Mary his wife ack. deed; John Chunn paid sd. amount of tobacco
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      Charles County, Maryland Liber L#2, Page 115. At the request of Thomas Swann Jr, the following depositions were recorded this Feb 21, 1723.
      CC. May 2, 1723. The deposition of Thoms Swann Sr of Pr. Geo: County, aged 49 years or thereabouts, concerning a bounded poplar, the 1st bound tree of a tract of land called Eaglton, lying in CC upon the branches of Piles Fresh. This deponent declares that his father (viz) Edwd Swann, "about 30 years last past, took this deponent into the woods & told him he would show him the 1st bound tree of his land, for none as yet know it but himself, & showed him a bounded poplar where this deponent now is standing, by a small branch near the head of the sd branch, and told this deponent it was the first bounded tree of his and called Eaglton.
      The deposition of Samuel Swann, aged 47 years or thereabouts, concerning a bounded poplar, a bounded tree of a tract of land called Eaglton, lying in CC on some of the branches of Piles Fresh. This deponent declares, that about 30 years last past, this deponent was in they woods with his brother, Thomas Swann Sr, & he showed him a bouned poplar standing by the side of a small branch near the head,of sd branch (where this deponent now is) and told him it was one of the bound trees of their father's land & his father showed it to him. Signed - Jno Briscoe.

      Charles County, Maryland Liber L#2, Page 116. Pursuant to the late act of Assembly made for setting up bounds of land, there is this day, at, the time & place where the above depositions were taken, a locust post set up in the presence of Saml Love, Jos Allen, Wm Thorne, Jno Chunn Jr, & Thos Lewis, contiguous proprietors to the sd land, & then & there consenting to the setting up the sd locust post. Wit - Jno Briscoe

      This day, there was present at the 1st bounded tree of Thoms Swann Jr's land where the depositions of Thos Swann Sr & Saml Swann were taken, to the sd tree, several young people, viz, Joseph Allen Jr, Benja. Allen, James Thorne, Benja Thorne, Thos Burch Jr, Burch Swann, Jos Ward, Benja. Ward sons of Wm Ward Sr, James Swann son of Thos Swann Sr, & Mary Lewis daughter of Thos Lewis. Wit - Jno Briscoe.


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      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.
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      Charles County Land Records, Liber M#2 Page 251.
      At the request of Samuel Amery of CC, the following bond was recorded this May 24, 1731.
      I, Edward Turner of CC, planter, bind myself to Samuel Amery of the same parts, planter, in the penal sum of 200 current money of Great Britain, this Dec 1, 1730. Sd Edward Turner has married Elinor Wilson, one of the daughters & co-heirs of John Wilson, late of CC, decd, whereby the right of inheritance to one moiety of sd Willson's estate, both real & personal, did of right devolve. Now if Edward Turner & his heirs begotten of sd Elinor, shall, from today, forever acknowledge to be satisfied with the one moiety of sd John Willson's lands, lying & being as follows, viz, part of a tract of land called Watsons Choice, divided by a line drawn north 71 degrees east beginning in a swamp on the NW side of the plantation on sd land at a red oak blazed on the 3 sides and running through the sd tract, and sd Edward is content with that part whereon sd plantation is, being to the southward of the sd division line & contains 237 acres; one other tract of land called Hingistone, containing 47 acres, and the one moiety of 400 acres taken up by John Wilson & Jno Chunn Sr in partnership, if, as afd, sd Edward Turner and his heirs do forever quitclaim to all of sd Jno Willson's land he died possessed of, and be fully satisfied with the above named lands, then this bond to be void. Signed - Edward Turner. Wit - Jno Chunn Jr, Andrew Chunn.
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      Notes for JOHN CHUNN, JR.:
      In a deed in Charles County, Maryland, dated March 11 1734, John Chunn, Jr. "in consideration of my deceased father's request" grants land to his brothers, Joseph Chunn, Benjamin Chunn, and Andrew Chunn. He refers to an agreement with his brother Samuel Chunn. He reserves his father's "burying place and twenty feet square about it." (Records of Charles C., Md. Liber Q, No. 2, folio 99) p. 413 Baylis Family of Virginia
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      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 - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 370-60: EAST MARTIN: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Chunn, John: Surveyed 30 Aug 1667 for Rice Jones and assigned John Hunt at one of the Easternmost bound tree of CAGES: Other Tracts Mentioned: CAGES; other notes - 50 Acres - Benjamin Chunn from John Chunn; 11 March 1734, 50 Acres - Andrew Chunn from John Chunn; 11 March 1734,
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      1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 370-63: MERRITTS CHOICE: 50 acres; Possession of - 50 Acres - Chunn, John: Surveyed 9 Feb 1686 for John Chunn: Other Tracts Mentioned: aka MURIEL'S CHOICE; other notes - "I can not find the survey of this tract neither by Chunn or Merrit but at Adventure Charge New Kent.", 50 Acres - Joseph Chunn from John Chunn; 11 March 1734,
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      1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 393-105: PARTNERSHIP: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - See Notes: Surveyed 14 Sept 1719 for John Chunn and John Wilson beginning at a bound Red Oak standing near the head of a branch in the line of said Wilson's land he now lives on.: Other notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, 50 Acres - Andrew Chunn from John Chunn; 11 March 1734,,
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      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; ; ; other 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
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      1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 420-303: CHUNNS ADVENTURE: 1132 acres; Possession of - 1132 Acres - Chunn, Unreadable: Surveyed 31 Oct 1728 for [?] Chunn lying on the East side of Piles Fresh: Other notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.},

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    1. [S044775] Early Families of Southern Maryland, Volume: 8.

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