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

Mary Stanton

Female Bef 1690 - 1762  (> 72 years)


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  • Name Mary Stanton 
    Born Bef 1690  Anne Arundel County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Female 
    Died 18 Feb 1762  Prince George's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I012859  Tree1
    Last Modified 10 Nov 2019 

    Family ID F08439  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 1 Unknown Dodd,   d. Bef 1718, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 10 Nov 2019 
    Family ID F08437  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 2 Robert Tyler,   b. 6 Jan 1670/71, Brough, Calvert County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 24 Aug 1738, Prince George's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 67 years) 
    Married 10 Jun 1718  Queen Anne Parish, Prince George's County, Marylan Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 10 Nov 2019 
    Family ID F05145  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 3 Jacob Rev. Henderson,   b. 1684,   d. 26 Oct 1751, Prince George's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 67 years) 
    Married 1738  Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 10 Nov 2019 
    Family ID F08438  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • Helen W. Brown, Prince George's County Maryland Indexes of Church Registers 1686-1885, 2 volumes, (Westminster, MD: Family Line Publications, reprint, 1988) p. 195
      Queen Anne Parish
      Tyler, Robert, Mr. m. Madm. Mary Dodd June 10, 1718 (m. p. 2)
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      HENDERSON, MARY, Prince George's Co., widow of Rev. Jacob Henderson. 2 Oct, 1761
      18 Feb, 1762
      To dau. -In -law Mary Whitehead, 25 lbs. sterl.
      To dau. -in -law Susannah Lamar, 25 lbs. sterl. money and clothing, which money and apparel my executor is to pay to sd. Susannah, and sd. Susannah is to dispose of the apparel, amongst her daus. as she shall think proper.
      To dau.-in-law Pricilla Wickham, 25 lbs. sterl.
      To Mary Magruder, wife of Jeremiah Magruder, 35 lbs. sterl. and one suit of my clothing.
      To Ruth Hall, wife of Isaac Hall, clothes.
      To Susannah Gray, wife of John Gray, 5 lbs. sterl. To John Duvall, 10 lbs. sterl.
      To Jeremiah Magruder, 10 lbs. sterl.
      To Margarett Hutton, wife of Richard Hutton, 5 lbs. money.
      To Robert Tyler, son of my son-in-law Robert Tyler, dec'd., 1 s. sterl. money.
      To Elizabeth Piddle, dau. of Philip Piddle, 1 s. sterl. 20 lbs. sterl. to be applied by executor to repair the vault at the chappel. Remainder of estate to Daniel Stanton, son of my bro. Daniel Stanton, sd. nephew lately living in Philadelphia.
      Ex: John Duvall.
      Wit: Marsh Mareen Duval, Ann Baldwin. 31. 512
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      Mrs. Mary Henderson 87.132 PG 1.10.0 Apr 20 1765 Apr 21 1765
      Appraisers; Richard Duckett, Isaac Lansdale.
      Mentions: Jeremiah Magruder.
      Next of kin: Robert Tayler.
      Executor: John Duvall.
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      Mary Henderson 4.97 D PG 255.11.3 May 28 1765
      The amount of the accounts also included 1028.17.11 sterling.
      Sureties: Mark Mareen Duvall, John McGill.
      Legatees: Mary Whitehead (daughter-in-law), Susannah Lamar (daughter-in-law), Priscilla Wickham (daughter-in-law), Mary Magruder wife of Jeremiah Magruder, Ruth Hall wife of Isaac Hall, Susannah Gray wife of John Gray, John Duvall, Jeremiah Magruder, Margaret Hutton wife of Richard Hutton, Robert Tyler son of her son-in-law Robert Tyler (dead), John Piddle son of Pindle.
      Residue to: Daniel Stanton (son of her brother Daniel Stanton in Philadelphia). Executor: John Duvall.
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      Tyler, Robert, Sr., gentleman, Prince George's County, 29th Dec.1735; 24th Aug, 1738,
      To wife Mary, 1/2 of dwelling plantation, 375 A. "Bowdell's Choice" during life in lieu of her dower interest.
      to dau.-in-law Elizabeth widow of son Edward, dec'd, use of 350 A. where she now lives, being pt. of "Darnall's Grove," until grandson Samuel son of sd. Edward, arrives at age of 21, when land on west side of rolling road leading from John Swan's plantation, through plantation of sd. son Edward to Queen Anne Town shall be equally divided bet. sd. dau-in-law and grandson Samuel, shd. she not live on her portion it is to pass to sd. Samuel and hrs., shd. sd. grandson die without issue, sd. portion to other two grandsons, Edward and Robert sons of son Edward, and their hrs.
      to grandsons Edward and Robert and their hrs. land on east side of sd. rolling road, to receive same at age of 21; sd. grandsons dying without issue their portion to grandson Samuel and hrs.; shd. all 3 grandsons die without issue then entire 350 A. to grand-dau. Susannah dau. of son Edward, and hrs.
      to Mary Whitehead, 150 A, "Brough" during life, at her decease to grandson John Baldwin and hrs., he dying without issue to grandson Tyler Baldwin and hrs., he dying as afsd., to grandson Thomas Baldwin and hrs., he dying as afsd., to grandson James Baldwin and hrs., he dying acs afsd., to son Robert and hrs. Sd. tract called "Brough" being adj. to Demetrius Cartright's land "Islington," "Ample Grange," in poss. of hrs. of John Boyd, Sr., dec'd., and line of John Anderson's land.
      to son Mareen and hrs., 260 A. of "Brough," being adj. to "Bowdell's Choice," sd. son dying without issue, to pass to grandson William son of son Robert, and hrs., he failing issue to grandson Robert son of son Edward, and hrs.
      to son Robert and hrs., 1/2 of dwell. plan., and after decease of wife 375 A. 'Bowdell's Choice," pt. of 'Brough," and 10 A. "Basin Thorp Hall,'" bou. of Thomas Harwood; sd. son dying without issue to pass to son Mareen and hrs., he also failing issue to grandson Robert son of Edward; also 100 A, "Riley's Lott.," bou. of Thomas Pindell, lot in Queen Anne Town with houses thereon, except that sold to Rubin Ross afsd ground whereon Michael Morrises house now stands, also 100 A. "Tyler's Chance," N. W. side of Sinneca creek.
      to daus. Susannah Lamar and Elizabeth Pottenger, and their hrs, 200 A. of Howerton"s Range," had of Benjamin Duvall, sd. daus. dying without issue, sd. lands to dau. Priscilla Wickam and hrs., shd. all three daus. die without issue, sd. lands to grandson Tyler, son of Mary Baldwin and hrs.
      Son-in-law Samuel Pottenger to give the 100 A. of sd. tract to his son, Robert, son of his present wife, dau. Elizabeth. None of hrs. to claim any right or interest in "Ridgely's and Tyler's Chance" now in poss. of Thomas Fowler's hrs. Exts. empowered to sell 105 A. of land mortgaged by Thomas Rickets, of A. A. County, in case sd. Rickets does not pay mortgage.
      To dau. Priscilla Wickham and hrs., 200 A. "Tyler's Range," nr. head of Eastern branch Potomac River
      to dau. Mary Whitehead. certain personalty and all her late husband James Baldwin's personal estate,
      to grandson John Baldwin, son Mareen, daus. Susannah Lamar, Eliz. Pottenger and Priscilla Wickham, son Robert, and his son and dau., Robert and Mary, and grandson William Tyler, personalty. Residue of estate to wife Mary, extx.,, shd. she refuse to abide by above will son Robert to act.
      grand-dau. Ruth certain personalty in event of wifes marriage.
      Test: Benja. Boyd, Phillip Pindell, Jr.,, Abra. Boyd, Jr., Henry Bryant. MCW 21.911.
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      Mr. Robert Tyler 26.165 PG 669.15.10 Sep 4 1736 Aug 29 1741
      Appraisers: Thomas Lancaster, William Smith. Creditors; Thomas Lancaster, Samuel Preston Moore. Next of kin: Mareen Tyler, Mary Tyler.
      Executrix: Mary Henderson, wife of Jacob Henderson.
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      Robert Tyler (gentleman) 18.290 A PG 669.15.10 285.13.10 Aug 29 1741
      The amount of the accounts also included E50.18.0 in sterling and #2098.
      Received from: Mr. Joseph Adams (merchant in London), Mr. John Hanbury (merchant in London), Thomas Ricketts, Hugh Ryley, William Chaplain, Mr. Dickweight.
      Payments to: Thomas Lancaster, Dr. Richard Hill, Dr. John Hamilton, Mr. William Murdock, Daniel Dulany, Esq., Mr. Peter Dent.
      Legatees: Elisabeth (daughter) wife of Samuel Pottinger, Priscilla (daughter) wife of Nathaniel Wickham, Susannah (daughter) wife of John Lemarr, Manson Tyler (son), Robert Tyler (son), Robert Tyler (grandson) paid to his mother Mary Tyler, Mary Tyler (granddaughter), William Tyler (grandson).
      Executrix: Mary Henderson, wife of Jacob Henderson (clerk).
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      Robert Taylor (gentleman) 20.193 A PG 72.2.9 May 11 1744
      The amount of the accounts also included #63.
      Payments to: Daniel Dulany, Esq.
      Legatees: Ruth Tyler (granddaughter) wife of Mordecai Jacob.
      Executrix: Mary Henderson, wife of Rev. Jacob Henderson.
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      From: MDPGEORG-L-request@rootsweb.com [mailto:MDPGEORG-L-request@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of Norma Lundgren
      Sent: Friday, October 07, 2005 5:21 PM
      To: MDPGEORG-L@rootsweb.com
      Subject: [MDPGEORG] Mary who married Mareen Duvall

      The following three items show that Mary, wife of Mareen Duvall and Henry Ridgely; and Mary Stanton, the widow Dodd, wife of Robert Tyler to be two different women who married Jacob Henderson.

      On 9 June 1800, Benjamin Duvall deposed that he was 82 years of age and that he knew the late Rev. Jacob Henderson since his boyhood and that Henderson married the widow of his grandfather and after her death Henderson married the Widow Tyler. He furthermore stated that he knew both of the wives of Henderson and knew all the slaves and that he knew of no white children in the home of Rev. Jacob Henderson. (AA Co. Deeds, Liber NH no. 10, folio 379)

      Widow Mary Dodd. Marriage to Robert Tyler: 10 Jun 1718 at Queen Anne's Parish, Prince George' s County, MD. Also recorded 12 Jan 1718, St. Anne's Parish, Anne Arundel County, Maryland.

      Anne Arundel Gentry, Volume 3, page 125: Before 1712 Madam Duvall-Ridgely married the Rev. Jacob Henderson, a priest of the Church of England, and rector of Queen Anne's Parish. He was born in or about 1684 and was thus junior to her by several years. [Liber TP no. 4, folio 197]

      Norma Lundgren
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      Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 212
      Enrolled at request of Jacob Henderson 20 Feb 1730:
      Indenture, 18 Feb 1731; Between Robert Tyler, Sr., merchant, and Jacob Henderson, clerk; for 62; parcel called Jacob's Addition being part of tract call Brough; bounded by Duckett's Hope formerly sold by Tyler; tract called Brough but sold by name of Tyler's Discovery; containing 125 acres; /s/ Robt. Tyler; 18 Feb 1731; ack. by Robert Tyler and Mary his wife

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