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

Richard Dodd

Male 1634 - 1678  (44 years)


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  • Name Richard Dodd 
    Born 1634  England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 9 Jun 1678  Charles County, Maryland - Inventory Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I010229  Tree1
    Last Modified 8 Jul 2020 

    Family ID F06743  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Mary MNU Dodd,   b. 1638,   d. Aft 25 Nov 1680, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 42 years) 
    Married Bef 1656  St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Mary Dodd,   b. 25 Feb 1655/56, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location
     2. Richard Dodd,   b. 4 Jan 1661/62, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 1669, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age < 6 years)
     3. John Dodd,   b. 2 Jul 1666, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 26 Mar 1745, Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 78 years)
     4. Richard Dodd,   b. 13 Jan 1669/70, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 3 Mar 1712/13, Charles County, Maryland - Inventory Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 43 years)
    Last Modified 8 Jul 2020 
    Family ID F06742  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • === Contributed by Ralph D. Smith

      Dodd/Dod, Richard, and wife Mrs. Mary Dodd - Richard and Mary Dodd (maiden name unknown) had 4 children: 2 sons named Richard Dodd (the first died as a child), a dau. Mary Dodd and a son John Dodd. Source: Charles Co., Md. Court Records, Liber B, p. 357, Liber P, pp. 204 and 206, and Liber Q, pp. 1, 2 and 4. Richard Dodd d. ca. June 9, 1678 (inventory date) in Charles Co., Md. Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Inventories & Accounts, Liber 6, p. 614. After Richard died, Mary m. 2nd Thomas Dynes/Dines and m. 3rd Mr. Roberson (first name unknown.) Sources: (1) Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 10, pp. 295-6, Liber 11, pp. 267-8, and Liber 12A, p. 187, (2) Charles Co., Md. Court Records, Liber H, p. 185, and (3) Maryland Prerogative Court, Inventories & Accounts, Liber 7A, p. 305. The last record found for Mary is in Charles Co. on Nov. 25, 1680. Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 12A, p. 187. The Feb. 16, 1679/80 Charles Co., Md. Inventory and Account of Thomas Dines states that the distribution of his estate was made by Mary Roberson (relict) to orphans (unnamed). Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Inventories & Accounts, Liber 7A, p. 305. As written, one would presume that these unnamed orphans were the children of Thomas Dines/Dynes, but he is not known to have had any children and the reference may be to Richard and Mary Dodd’s living children who were still minors.
      Richard and Mary Dodd’s 1st son named Richard Dodd was b. Jan. 4, 1662/3 and deceased by Jan. 13, 1670/1 when their 2nd son named Richard Dodd was born. Source: Charles Co., Md. Court Records, Liber P, pp. 204 and 206, and Liber Q, pp. 1 and 4. Dau. Mary Dodd did not live to adulthood. Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 10, pp. 295-6. Son John Dodd grew to adulthood, married Anne ______ and had at least one son [John Jr.] in Charles Co.; John Dodd [Sr.’s] last Charles Co. record is in Jan. 1712/13, and he is not found in his brother Richard Dodd‘s estate records which begin in Feb. 1713/14. Sources: (1) Charles
      Co., Md. Court Records, Liber D No. 2, p. 29, and Liber H No. 2, p. 456, and (2) Maryland Prerogative Court, Inventories & Accounts, Liber 3, p. 718. By Aug. 1721 (and presumably much earlier), John, Anne and family had removed to Virginia where they lived out their lives. Sources: (1) Charles Co., Md. Court Records, Liber H No. 2, p. 456, (2) Northern Neck Grants, Book A, p. 39, (3) King George’s Co., Va. Deed Book 2 (Antient Press), pp. 25-27, and (4) King George’s Co., Va. Deeds, Book 2, p. 234.
      Richard Dodd (b. Jan. 13, 1670/1) - m. Jane Burford and d. intestate in Charles Co., Md. ca. Feb. 1, 1713/14 (administration bond.) Sources: (1) Maryland Calendar of Wills, Vol. 2, p. 144, (2) Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 17, p. 138, and Liber 22, p. 321, (3) Charles Co., Md. Court Records, Liber Z, p. 240, and (4) Maryland Prerogative Court, Inventories & Accounts, Liber 16, p. 22. He was still living on Dec. 11, 1713. Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 22, p. 321. Richard’s estate records indicate that his wife Jane predeceased him. Richard and Jane Dodd had no sons but had a dau. Anne Dodd who was b. Sep. 24, 1692. Source: Charles Co., Md. Court Records, Liber P, p. 210 and Liber Q, p. 18.

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      Charles County Circuit Court, Birth, Deaths & Marriage Records, Liber Q
      Dodd, Richard, s/o Richard Dodd, b. 4 Jan 1662
      Dodd, John, s/o Richard and Mary Dodd, b. 2 Jul 1666
      Dodd, Mary, d/o Richard and Mary Dodd, b. 25 Feb 1666 [see Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 9 Aug 1664, Page 358; 25 Feb 1656]
      Dodd, Richard, s/o Richard and Mary Dodd of Potomac River, b. 13 Jan 1670
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 9 Aug 1664, Page 358
      Richard Dod enters his son Richard Dod's age who was born 4 Jan 1662 and his daughter Mary Dod born 25 Feb 1656
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      Richard Dod 6.614 I #10550 Jun 9 1678
      Appraisers: Thomas Baker, Joseph Cornell.
      ===
      Charles County Court and Land Records, Volume 1 page 422-425 Liber B - January 1664/5

      Richard Dod by his atty. Mr. William Price, Plt.; Robert Robins by his atty. Mr. Abraham Rows, Def.; plaintiff declares the defendant has a deed dated 7 May 1664 to deliver to the plaintiff a firm bill of sale for a mare and her increase from 6 Apr 1664 plaintiff seeks damage of 1500# of tobacco and cask; obligation in the record folio 153; Thomas Hussey swore that he offered Richard Dod 1500# of tobacco "ready down" or 2000# that is 1000# this year and 1000# next year for the mare which was non-suited in the Provincial Court at St. Mary s; James Hays swore that about the 1st week of December Thomas Hussey made the above offer;

      Richard Lamb swore same; Thomas Crackson (Craxon) swore he heard Thomas Baker, Richard Dod and Robert Robins speak together regarding bill of sale;

      Andrew Ward swore he heard them in dispute about a bill of sale; James Hays swore that at the last court he heard dispute between them over the bill of sale; Both parties consented to arbitration and plaintiff withdrew his action
      ===
      Thomas Pope 2.261 I #40001 Sep 18 1676
      Appraisers: Thomas Backker, Richard Dodd.
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      Mr. Thomas Butler 3.84 I #14669 Jan 25 1676
      Appraisers: Col. John Dowglass (also John Douglas, Mr. Thomas Gibson.
      List of debts: Mrs. Mary Townsend, Samuell Dowden of Barbadoes, George Taylor (runaway), Richard Dodd, Mr. Samuell Cressey, Mr. William Lee for James Chancellor, George Powell, Edmond Dermot, John Box, John Cornish, Edward Tansall, James Jefferson, Thomas Hilgar, James Tyer, Randolph Brandt, Henry Hardy.
      Administrator/Executor: Mr. Francis Heyden.
      ===
      Charles Gregory 6.667 A CH #69119 #78222 Mar 4 1679
      Payments to: Elisabeth Young, John Stone, Josias Fendall, Ellinor Bayne, Richard Dod, judgment vs. John Cager former administrator of deceased, Richard Edelen, Thomas Notley, Esq., John Long paid to Henry Bonner, Richard Ashman, Robert Carvile for defending vs ------ Doyne & vs - ------ Allen & vs.-----
      Rumsy, Benjamin Rozier.
      List of debts: William Stannard, Walter Jones, Daniell Kelley John Curtis & Randall Peeters, William Gandey, John Greene, Capt. Allen (dead), Robert Barrett (can't be found), John Gillham, James Munkister (nothing to be found),, Margery Downes (dead), Jacob Leach (runaway), Seybret Maycock, John Vowell,, Henry Norman, Thomas Ho per, Morgan Evans, Daniell Kelley, Clement Thompson, Thomas Hatries, Samuely Sherrie (dead), Thomas Keiching, William Stanyard, Bryan Ward, Nathaniell Stanton, William Wardter, Charles Russell, Stephen Champ, Joseph Calley, Francis Wyner Robert Greene, Matthew Hill, John Fanning, Ellinor Beane, Thomas Stone, George Credwell, Richard Ashman,, Thomas Mudd,, Joshua Doyne, John Morris, Benjamin Rozier, Esq., Joseph Manning, Robert Hewet, Robert Doyne, Capt, Fendall, William Groome (dead), Thomas Notley,
      Esq., Mr. Clipsham the administrator, John Sheppard, Richard Smoote, Robert Rowland, John Smith, Thomas Gerrard, William Chandler, James Littlepage, Capt. Aspinall, Robert Thompson (nothing to be found), John Bracker, Robert Teate, Robert Thompson, Phillip Combs, Thomas Baker, Henry Bonner.
      Administrator: Thomas Clipsham.
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 26 Jan 1659, Page 34
      Sheriff to warn Christopher Russell, Richard Dodd and Marie Dodd, John Ashbrooke, Roase Ashbrooke, Anne Hundlie, Anne Gey and a summons for Mr. John Hatch to testify for Stratton; for Turner: Walter Ges, Robert Wilson, John Ashbrook, Margaret Pearce
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 26 Jan 1659, Page 38
      Richard Dodd, age ca 25 years, stated Mr. Arthur Turner came to him and asked whether his wife could nurse his child and was told she had a child of her own and could not Marie Dodd, age ca 21 years, stated same as her husband With consent of both parties this case was referred to the next court to be heard by jury
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 6 June 1660, Page 90
      214. Partnership agreement between Thomas Baker and William Empson; land only excepted; 24 Apr 1660; /s/ Thomas Baker (mark) and William Empson (mark); wit. Richard Dodd, Tho. Lomax
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 4 Sep 1660, Page 97
      subpoenas for John Nevill and his wife Joane, William Robinson and his wife Susanna, Richard Dodd, John Blackwood and Francis Femly to testify
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      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 23 October 1660, Page 105
      William Empson demands warrant against William Robinson and Susanna his wife; defamation; subpoena Mary Dodd andThomas Hussey
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      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 7 May 1661, Page 127
      Richard Dodd enters mark of hogs and cattle
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 7 May 1661, Page 127
      Mr. Thomas Baker demands warrant against Mr. Samuell Smith; to value of 600# of tobacco; subpoena for John Wheeler and Richard Dodd to testify
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      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 7 May 1661, Page 129
      342. William Robisson demands warrant against Richard Row; action of defamation; subpoena to warn Mr. Thomas Baker, Mr. Thomas Hussey, Richard Dodd and Mrs. Margaret Pope to testify in the cause for William Robisson
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 7 May 1661, Page 131
      Mr. Richard Cosin who immediately caused a jury to be impaneled: Ensign John Wheeler, Mr. Thomas Hussey, Richard Dodd, Christopher River, John Nevill,"Momas Simpson, Giles Glover, John Cain, Andrew Wilson, William Robisson, Richard King, Richard Trew
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 2 July 1661, Page 138
      William Wennam demands warrant against Richard Smith; case of defamation; subpoena Richard Dodd and Mary Dodd
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      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
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 24 Sep 1661, Page 148
      Mary Dodd enters her mark of hogs and cattle
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 24 Sep 1661, Page 149
      381. Whereas the bones of a dead man were found upon the east bank of the Potomac River near the landing of Mr. Thomas Baker by Richard Row and George Thompson, Gent., and immediately information being given Mr. Henry Addames, judge of the Charles County Court, a writ was issued to Constable of Portobacco, to warn the neighbors thereabouts to inquire into his death which was accordingly performed 16 Sep 1661 Persons present at the taking up of the bones of the dead man and adjudged to be Roger Evans, the servant of Thomas Baker; Henery Addames, judge of the Charles County Court; Mr. Thomas Baker, Commissioner and master of Roger Evans; Daniell Gordian, Constable of Portobacco; Mr. Thomas Hussey, Robert Goodericke, Richard Dodd, Bartholme Gartherell, Samuell Harris, Alexander Simpson, Archiball Wahob, James Edmonds, surgeon, John Nevill, William Robisson, Richard Row, John Lambert, Richard Smith, George Thompson. Bones were identified by clothing. Richard Dodd, 16 Sep 1661, swore Roger Evans had been used as well by his said master as if he was his own child; /s/ Richard Dodd (mark) before Henry Addames Mr. James Edmonds, surgeon, was in the house of Thomas Baker for 8 weeks prior to the departure of Evans and never heard Evans speak the least work of complaint, but did extol his master for a good man; /s/ James Edmonds before Henry Addames
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 19 Nov 1661, Page 162
      Mr. Thomas Baker demands warrant against Lionel Britton; subpoena to warn Richard Dodd and Mr. James Edmond to testify
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 19 Nov 1661, Page 163
      Richard Dodd demands warrant against Richard Roe and his wife in action of defamation; subpoena to warn Mr. Thomas Hussey and Susan Robisson to testify
      Richard Dodd demands warrant against Richard Roe and his wife in action of defamation; subpoena to warn Mr. Thomas Hussey and Susan Robisson to testify
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 19 Nov 1661, Page 164
      Deed of Gift: Mr. Robert Hundly acknowledged on 19 Nov 1661 giving Maria Dodd, d/o Richard Dodd, one heifer
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 4 Mar 1662, Page 189
      Richard Dodd demands warrant against Richard Watson; action of case
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 4 Mar 1662, Page 191
      Edmond Lindsey, atty. for defendant; bill produced in court; Mr. Thomas Allonson, age ca 24 years, swore Mr. Bradshaw desired his man should want for nothing; John Price, age ca 20 years, swore Mr. Bradshaw's man was ill and he would pay for his care; Samuel Harrise, age ca 24 years; swore same; Mr. Stephen Montague, age ca 28 years, swore same; Defendant requested jury; granted; Mr. Thomas Hussey, foreman; George Harris, Gils Glover, Francis Thorington, Richard Row, John Browne, William Hills, George Pucket, John Belaine, James Lee, Richard Dodd, Clement Theoballs; defendant ordered to pay 150# of tobacco
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 4 Mar 1662, Page 192/3
      471. Richard Dodd, Plt.; Richard Watson, Def.; plaintiff bargained with Elenor Empson for two heifers with increase to nurse the child of William Empson, decd, for two years; on record 4 Jul 1661; Watson ordered to pay Dodd
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 4 Mar 1662, Page 195
      477. Richard Watson desires that oaths be taken in his warrant against John Morrise; Mr. Thomas Hussey, age ca 27 years, swore that goodman Watson did engage to Richard Dodd for 2 heifers on behalf of Elinor Empson, now Elenor Morris; John Ashbrooke swore John Morris' wife acknowledged to owe Richard Watson a hogshead of tobacco; Ane Ges, age ca 26 years, swore Elinor Morris, formerly Elinor Empson, promised to hold Watson harmless
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 22 Apr 1662, Page 203
      petition of Mr. Thomas Baker regarding losses of his hogs; some come home shot and some torn by dogs; Mr. Thomas Hussey swore that in January he was in the house of William Robisson and saw hog flesh; ear mark of Robisson appeared to have been cut after hog was killed; mentions Edward Swan, Mr. John Bowles, Richard Dodd, Mr. Robert Sly, and Mr. Thomas Hussey; Peter Hipkiss swore he never took any notice of any hog Robisson brought into his house; Court orders William Robisson not allowed to hunt in any part of Charles County by himself with either dogs or gun until he has cleared himself of this complaint and paid court costs
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 8 Jul 1662, Page 214
      John Nevill demands summons against Mr. Thomas Baker in action of defamation; subpoena George Thompson, William Robisson, Richard Dodd and James Fox
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 8 Jul 1662, Page 215
      Mr. Thomas Baker demands warrant against George Thompson, clerk, in action of defamation; subpoena Richard Dodd and James Fox; 8 Jul; William Robisson to testify for Thompson
      James Fox demands warrant against John Nevill in action of case; subpoena for Richard Dodd and summons for Mr. Thomas Baker
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 8 Jul 1662, Page 221
      Richard Watson, Plt.; John Mauris, Def.; two more court cases regarding the maintenance of the orphan of William Empson and his wife now Elenor Morris; mentions Richard Dodd; referred to next court
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 9 Jul 1662, Page 225, 226, 227
      John Nevill, Plt.; Mr. Thomas Baker, Def.; case of defamation against the wife of John Nevill;
      That he lives for ever in Eternal shame that lives to see the death of his good name when plaintiff requested oath of Mr. Thompson, the defendant objected saying he would perjure himself, Thomas declared in open court that Thomas Baker was a common defamer of most of his neighbors; George Thompson swore that Thomas Baker told him the present of Richard Dodd and James Fox that heard goodie Nevill was to have swom against him for "landlord Robisson" and that if she came to swear the would have put her by her oath that she was a common whore; there was considerably more unsavory testimony; witnesses were: Richard Dodd, James Fox, Mary Dodd age ca 26, Elisabeth Hussey age ca 20, Thomas Hussey; persons mentioned: William Robisson, William Empson, John Blackwood, Daniell Johnson, Mrs. Clarke, Mrs. Addames, Mary Empson; board ordered Baker to ask forgiveness of John Nevill and his wife who said they desired Baker to ask God, not them, forgiveness.
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 9 Jul 1662, Page 231-232-233

      Petition of William Robisson regarding the court order that he not hunt in Charles County with dogs or gun unless one of his neighbors is with him; mentions Mr. Thomas Hussey, Mr. Robert Sly and his man James Hays, and William Marshall

      Francis Pope swore that Richard Row told him that being in the woods with William Robisson they killed a hog and were dressing it when the dogs ran out and fell afoul of a hog and there was an Indian with diem; mentions Henry Moore and Mr. Court; John Piper, ca 34 years, swore he saw William Robisson and Mr. Boarman's overseer and a dog which he supposed had been after his hogs;

      Richard Dodd, age ca 26 years, swore that about 1-1/2 years ago Richard Roe went to the head of the creek and William Robisson's dog was after their hogs; Robisson ordered to have his bond in and have privilege to hunt; he is ordered to pay costs of suit
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 1 Oct 1662, Page 243
      Mr. Robert Sly, admn. to William Empson, acknowledges on open court to have sold Richard Watson 2 heifers obtained by Richard Dodd which did belong to William Empson
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 4 Nov 1662, Page 259 - 260
      Mrs. Margerie Batten, relict of Capt. William Battin, merchant, lately deceased appoints Capt. Josias Fendall, Gent. as her attorney /s/ Margery Battin (mark); wit. George Newman, Thomas Lomax, Edmond Pinson, Josias Fendall, Gent., appoints Thomas Lomax as his attorney; dated 18 Nov 1662; /s/Josias Fendall; wit. John Legat, Edmond Pinson

      Received 11 Dec 1661 of Richard Dodd one hogshead of tobacco for the use of Capt. Batten; /s/ Fran. Batchelor
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 10 Feb 1662/3, Page 62
      Richard Dod presents a servant named Ane Fencoke; judged to be 18 years of age
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      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 30 Jul 1663, Page 169
      Joane Michell desires this deposition be recorded: The evidence of James Hay testifies that Richard Dod did ask of goodie Michell for his maid servant because his servant had longer to serve than goodie Michels whereupon she said she would not..upon which they agreed and in a firm bargain; the evidence of Elisabeth Dager testifies that goodie Michell about the middle of April sent a man to Richard Dod to ask him to change a maid servant with her whereupon the said Michell came along with Francis Ferenla whereupon the said Richard when he came to goodie Michels went into the field to look on the maid servant and he came in again and said he liked her very well and asked the woman whether she would give him any boot because his maid had longer to serve and the woman told him no if he would change at even hand she would whereupon they made a firm bargain
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 6 Apr 1664, Page 303 -304 - 305 - 306
      Richard Dod brought the ensuring papers to be recorded 16 May 1664
      Provincial Court, 6 Apr 1664, at St. Mary's

      Robert Robins, Plt.; Richard Dod, Def ; jury impaneled; verdict: we
      find for the plaintiff a mare in kind not exceeding the age of 7
      years and 1000# of tobacco with cost of suit; /s/ Daniell Jenifer,
      clerk
      The plaintiffs charges:
      To going with witness to have them sworn #090
      To Mr. Bouls sworn before the Commissioners #090
      To Daniell Wind, John Nevill, William Hall (each 90) #270
      To Zara Bouls alias Duglas, Elenor Morris (each 90) #180
      To Richard Watson, William Price (each 90) #180
      To the Sheriff serving 9 subpoenas #090
      To Edmond Lindsey sworn at Provincial Court #210
      To Robert Robins coming to Prov. Ct. and others #210
      To the Clerk for the subpoenas of 9 persons #261
      To the writ against the defendant and declaration #023
      To attorneys fees and attendance #120
      To the Sheriff for impaneling a jury & 1 subpoena #130
      To Mr. Tho. Hussey's charges in coming down #210
      2099

      Fees belonging to Daniell Jenifer, clerk
      Demand and warrant with the return #031
      Petition copy and order #024
      The first order and consent to join issue #016
      Rich. Dod's petition with summons in ct. for Wm. Price #031
      The order for a jury with return thereof and this verdict #384
      Copy of William Gather and Thomas Hussey's deposition #016
      Recording the Plt.'s replication with 3 papers given #032
      Deposition of Edmond Lindsey recorded #016
      The Commission to Henry Addames and no. Mathews
      to swear several persons with the return thereof #050
      600
      Recording the deposition of Richard Watson #016
      Ditto Daniell Wind, John Nevill, William Hall
      John Bouts, Elenor Morrs #040
      Copy of the order herewith the list of the Plt. fees #024
      Order and judgment with the writ of execution #047
      To the clerk 827

      The Mercement #050
      To the jurors by order of Court at 30 each #360
      The plaintiffi charges as on the other said #2099
      The total cost of the suit being in all 3336
      Daniell Jenifer, clerk

      These are in the name of the Right Honorable Lord Proprietary of the Province to will and require to take the bodies of Richard Dod in safe custody without bail until he pay Robert Robins one mare not exceeding the age of 7 years and 100# of tobacco with the above said 3330# of tobacco as cost of suit according to judgment of the Provincial Court 6 Apr; 21 Apr 1664; /s/ Charles Calvert,
      To the sheriff of Charles County or his deputies Robert Robins, planter, discharges Richard Dod, from all order of the court and court charges also from all bills, bonds, due debts from this date excepting one bill of 720# of tobacco and cask bearing date of 7 May 1664; 11 May 1664; /s/ Robert Robins; wit. George Bradshaw, Henry Addames Bill binding Robert Robins to deliver unto Richard Dod a firm bill of sale for a mare and her increase 6 Apr 1664 which was in suit then ended by order of court; 7 May 1664; /s/ Robert Robins; wit. George Bradshaw, Henry Addames
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 10 Jan 1664, Page 394
      Richard Dod demands warrant against Robert Robins in action of case; subpoena for Mr. Henry Addames and Mr. George Bradshaw
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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber C, Page 31
      9 Jun 1666; Indenture from Thomas Baker to Richard Dod; a parcel of land in a valley; bounded by Thomas Baker; containing 40 acres; /s) Thomas Baker (mark); wit. Sa. Cressey, Richard Lambe (mark)
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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber H, Page 186; 11 Sep 1679;
      Deed of Gift from Mary Dod, widow, relict of Richard Dod, to John Baker, son of Thomas Baker; a heifer; /s/ Mary Dod (mark); wit. Clebome Lomax, Lawrence Younge (mark)
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      Charles County Land Records, Liber H#2, Page 456
      25 Aug 1721; Recorded at request of George Dent, Gent.:
      22 Aug 1721; Indenture from John Dod of Hanover County, Virginia, son and heir of Richard Dod of Maryland, deed; to George Dent; for £15; a parcel of 40 acres; /sf John Dod (mark); wit. Rapll. Neal, James Cotrell; ack. by John Dod and Anne his wife Aug 1721

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