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

George Calvert

Male 1668 - 1740  (71 years)


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  • Name George Calvert 
    Born 14 Dec 1668  Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 23 Aug 1740  Stafford County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I003984  Tree1
    Last Modified 18 Dec 2018 

    Father William Calvert,   b. 4 Jul 1643, Battle, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 13 May 1682, Wicomico River, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 38 years) 
    Family ID F01399  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      Stafford County, Virginia Order Book, Page 93 (contd) Court held 10th September 1690
      877. GEORGE CALVERT complaining against JOHN TARKINTON in plea of debt .. in sum of fifteen hundred pounds of Tobacco in cask due per bill under his hand and seale bearing date the 15th day of July 1690 and that the said Tarkinton having fugitively absented himself out of this County so that the Ordinarie Proceedings at Law cannot be had against him .. And George Calvert having Justly made appear his debt to be due Therefore tis ordered that George Calvert shall have Judgment for eight hundred pounds of Tobacco against Estate of John Tarkinton soe attached with costs ..
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      Stafford Co VA Order Book 1692-1693; THE ANTIENT PRESS
      Page 367 (cont). Court held 13th Jule 1693
      462. GEORGE CALVERT of the County afsd was attached to answer EDWARD FORD and MATTHEW DICKE both of Charles County in the Province of Maryland of a plea why he by force and arms & contrary to the peace etc into and upon a certain messuage plantation and Tract of land of the freehold of them the said Edward and Matthew scituate in the County of Stafford aforesaid have unlawfully entered to the great damage etc whereupon they the said Edward and Mathew in their proper Persons complain that whereas DIXY WARD SENR. late of the County Stafford deced did in the year 1671 by Mr. SAMUEL WYE then Surveyor of the said County survey and enter Rights for a certain dividend or tract of land containing 1844 acres scituate lying and being at or near Powells Run in the County of Stafford and the office for granting of Pattents in this Northern Neck being then and many years since shut up the said Dixy deced before any Patent for the same could be procured by whose death the Right and Priority of a Pattent thereto came and descended to Dixy Ward then an infant Son and heir of the said Dixy deced by reason whereof the right and Priority of a Patent for the sd Land became and was vested in the said Dixy the younger who being since attained to his full age did by deed dated the 8th day of November 1691 grant bargain and sell unto the said Edward and Matthew their heirs and assigns forever all the Right Title Interest of him the said Dixy of in and unto the said 1844 acres of land by reason whereof the aforesd Right and Reference of him the said Dixy became and Legally was vested in them the said Edward and Matthew their heirs and assigns as by the above recited deed may more fully and at large appear. Since which the said Edward and Mathew having recourse to the office of the Proprietors of this Northern Neck as afsd PHILIP LUDWELL Esgr. for and on the behalf of and as agent or attorney of the said Proprietors of this Northern Neck did by deed bearing date the 6th day of December 1692 grant the afsd tract of 1844 acres of land with all its rights members Jurisdictions and appurtenances to them the said Edward and Mathew their heirs and assigns forever as by the said deed may more fully and at large appear by vertue whereof the said Edward and Matthew became seized in their demesne as of fee of in and unto the same. Nevertheless the said George by force and armes into and upon the said dividend of land hath unlawfully possessed himself and with like force doth detains and keep whereby they are damnified and damage have reced to the value of twenty thousand pounds of Tobacco whereupon they bring their suit etc and pray the writ habere fs. Possessionem directed etc.
      And George Calvert the defendant came into Court and prayed Licence of Imparleance till the next Court which accordingly to him is granted and that then his plea be not wanting.
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      Stafford Co VA Order Book 1692-1693; THE ANTIENT PRESS
      Page 372 (contd). Court held 13th September 1693
      480. EDWARD FORD and MATTHEW DICKE v GEORGE CALVERT. Upon Imparleance from the 18th of July 1693 And now until when the said Plts not appearing to prosecute Therefore tis ordered that the said Edward Ford and Matthew Dicke shall be nonsuit and shall make present payment of sum fifty pounds of Tobacco to George Calvert with costs ..
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      1738-RENT ROLLS - Prince William County, VA
      Calvert, George
      Calvert, George jr
      Calvert, Sarah
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      Prince William County Virginia, Will Book C 1734-1744 by John Frederick Dorman: Page 107-02. Will of John Walker, dated 5 Nov. 1736.
      Jno. Walker of Prince William County being weak in body.
      What estate I am possessed with to sons or heirs of Robt. and James Walker, they being the nearest of kin to me, after my debts and legacies are paid, being all born in the Parish of Moreton in Caron Hill in the County of Neathsdale in- North Britain.
      To the poor of that parish twenty pounds sterling for ever to be lodge in the hands 'of the minister or elders of the church to be laid out in lands or what they think proper that the interest of it may support the poor of the parish of Moreton and that there may be a stone erected within the
      church and engraved thereon capital letters mentioning the donor John Walker Mercht. of Virginia
      To Mary Stevenson twenty pounds or four thousd. _pounds of tobo. at the discretion of my executor.
      I do set at liberty Jno. Campell he not demanding freedom dues, thirty or forty shillings of small, goods out of my store to be delivered by my Exor.
      Unto Leonard Barker five yds. of ph ins [?] thats in my store and things necessary thats in my store to make him a suit of cloaths.
      I do appoint my trusty and well beloved friend Mr. Leonard Barker my whole and sole Exorr.
      Also my lease I bequeath to Barker as I had of Sct.Hancock.
      Wit: John Walker.
      Jno. Bryan -
      Thomas Bush
      George Calvert
      I allow my friend Leonard Barker fifteen per cent far his trouble for receiving and collecting my debts.
      John Walker
      Jno. Bryan
      Thomas Bush
      George Calvert
      28 March 1737. Presented in Court by Leonard Barker the Exor. herein named. Proved by oaths of the witnesses.