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

John Nathan Smoote

Male 1701 - 1728  (27 years)


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  • Name John Nathan Smoote 
    Born 1701  Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died Dec 1728  Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I016036  Tree1
    Last Modified 18 Dec 2018 

    Father Thomas Smoote,   b. 1660, Pickawaxon hundred, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 30 Jan 1704/05, Charles County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 45 years) 
    Mother Elizabeth Barton,   b. 27 Feb 1670/71, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married 15 Jun 1683  Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F00983  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family ID F08573  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • 10th Apr., 1709; 18th Apr., 1709. Will of John WILLIAMS, planter of Charles. County, MD. To wife Sarah, 100 A., part of tract --, to pass at her decease to son John and hrs. To eld. son William and hrs., residue, 150 A. of tract afsd. Wife extx. and residuary legatee, she to make gifts of personalty to following persons besides those already named, i. e., daus. Eliza: MACKAY and Mary and Anne WILLIAMS, at 14 yrs. of age, and to god-son John SMOOT at majority. Test: Archibald BISHOP, Moses FITZ HERRALD, Alex. NELSON. (Part 2-12. 58. Calendar of Wills: Volume 3)

      4 Dec 1728 - 15 Dec 1728 Maryland Probate Records. 13.352. L126.4.5. Estate of John SMOOT deceased. Charles County. Appraisers: George DENT, John COURTS. Creditors: Mark PENN, Elizabeth HANNAY. Next of kin: Lidia SMOOT, James SMOOT. Administrator/Executor: John GROVES (his wife, who is joined with him in the administration, is "not capable of riding at this time”)
      Newman, places this inventory in April, not December, and with James SMITH [sic] and Lydia SMOOT as kinsmen, and Mark PENN and Alexander HANNA as creditors. He also includes the name (Posthuma) of John GROVES’ wife and identifies here as "Posthuma GROES, relict and administratrix,” and that Mark PENN and William HAWTON were bondsmen.

      29 --- 1729 Maryland Probate Records. 15.396. Charles County. Inventory. Estate of John LOFFTON [LOFTIN] deceased. Appraisers: Ed. ANDERSON, Mark PENN. Mentions: John LANCASTER, John HARRIS. Mentions: Parsiler NEWMAN, Oriah SMOOT. Administrators: Francis BROWN and his wife Ruth BROWN.

      29 May 1731 Maryland Probate Records. 11.97. Accounting. Charles County. Estate of John LOFTEN deceased. L16.16.6 Payments to: (included) John HARRIS, Oriah SMOOT, John LANCASTER, executrix of estate of Henry CALVERT, Esq., Samuel HANSON. Distribution to accountants, two sisters (unnamed). Administrators: Francis BROWN and his wife Ruth BROWN

      7 Jan 1729 Survey for Thomas SMOOT, 100 acre tract, "Monday’s Disappointment.” (Newman who adds that this was later conveyed to William SMOOT, and that this same year, Thomas SMOOT also patented the 121 acre tract, "Smoot’s Hazard.”)
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      Charles County Maryland Land Records, Liber Z, Page 256
      Recorded at request of Barton Smoot:
      12 Mar 1705; Indenture from John Bennitt, planter, and Mary his wife, to William Smoot and John Nathan Smoot; for 3,000# tobacco; by his will Capt. Thomas Smoot, dec'd, gave a parcel of land to William and John Nathan Smoot; John Bennitt and Mary in pursuance of said will and their agreement with sd. Thomas Smoot do assign to William and John Nathan a tract called Skipton; bounded by Saunder Simpson, Thomas Coker, John Cofer, and John Caine; containing 200 acres; /s/ John Bennitt (mark), Mary Bennitt (mark); wit. Samll. Hanson, George Godfrey; ack. in open court 12 Mar 1705/6; Barton Smoot paid alienation on 200 acres of land for use of James Heath, farmer on the Western Shore