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

Charles Somerset Smith

Male 1733 - 1781  (47 years)


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  • Name Charles Somerset Smith 
    Born 13 Oct 1733  Benedict Hundred, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 18 Jun 1781  Benedict Hundred, Charles County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I017382  Tree1
    Last Modified 8 May 2021 

    Father Charles Somerset Smith,   b. Feb 1697/98, Calvert County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 20 Feb 1738/39, Benedict Hundred, Charles County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 41 years) 
    Mother Margaret Smith,   b. Abt 1702, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1762, Benedict Hundred, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 61 years) 
    Married Abt 1730  Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F10170  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Anne Hines,   b. Abt 1737, Queen Anne's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married Abt 22 Mar 1769  Benedict Hundred, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Charles Somerset Smith,   b. 1770, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 13 Sep 1831, Charles County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 61 years)
     2. Walter Smith,   b. Abt 1771, Benedict Hundred, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 19 Aug 1802, Charles County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 31 years)
     3. Henry Arundel Smith,   b. Abt 1772, Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Between 1803 and 1815, Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 31 years)
     4. Margaret Smith,   b. Abt 1773, Benedict Hundred, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1781, Benedict Hundred, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 9 years)
     5. Mary Smith,   b. Abt 1778, Benedict Hundred, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1812, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 35 years)
    Last Modified 8 May 2021 
    Family ID F11056  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • did he also have a son James? was in the 1776 census next to Charles S. Smith
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      Charles County Maryland Will Book AF-7, 1777-1782; Page 640.
      Charles Somerset Smith Will.
      I, Charles Somerset Smith of CC, am of sound and perfect
      mind and memory, First, I want all my just debts paid.
      To my son Walter Smith 1000 £, to be paid to him at age 21.
      I order my executors, immediately after my death, to sell
      and dispose of as much stock as they may think best spared
      off my plantation, as will raise 1000 £, and that they place
      the same out on interest in the Continental treasury, and
      that the annual interest arising thereon be again put out on
      interest, and that no part of the principal or interest be
      made use of for my sd son's support or maintenance, but kept
      together and paid to him at age 21. After my death, all my
      Negroes, stock of cattle, horses, sheep, and hogs (except
      such stock as may be sold for the purpose above mentioned)
      shall be kept together on my plantation, unless any of my
      Negroes should misbehave, or that my executors should think
      it more to the advantage of my children that some of the
      Negroes should be sold. In that case, I want my executors to
      do as they think best, and that they work them on my lands,
      make crops thereon, dispose and sell sd crops yearly,
      together with what stock they may think proper, and apply
      the money arising from such sales to the support and
      education of my 5 children until they arrive at age to
      receive their shares of my estate hereafter bequeathed them,
      and the overplus, if any, to be put out on interest on good
      security, and the same to be equally divided among my son
      Walter and my 2 daughters, Margaret and Mary Smith.
      To my son Charles Somerset Smith on the condition that he
      pay to my son Walter Smith, 100 £sterling, I give
      Charles all the land which I have on the north side of
      St. Nicholas' Cr, lying in CC, whereon the old family
      dwelling house now stands,', together with all the low
      lands of the Swamp laying to the eastward of the main
      road that leads to Benedict Town. Charles is to possess
      and enjoy the land when he reaches age 21, and not
      before. If he dies before age 21 or after that age if
      he dies without a will, then the afd lands go to my son
      Walter Smith, and in case of the death of Walter, then
      to my son Henry Arrundell Smith, and in case of the
      death of Henry, then to be equally divided between my 2
      daughters, Margaret and Mary Smith. I also give Charles
      I gold water seal with the Somerset family's Coat of
      Arms on it.
      To my son Henry Arundell Smith all the land that I have on
      the south side of St. Nicholas, Cr, lying in CC,
      together with all the low lands of the Swamp lying on
      the west side of the main road leading to Benedict
      Town, and on which my present dwelling house now
      stands. Henry is to possess and enjoy the land when he
      reaches age 21, and not before. If he dies before age
      21 or after that age if he dies without a will, then
      the afd lands go to my son Walter Smith, and in case of
      the death of Walter, then to be equally divided between
      my 2 daughters, Margaret and Mary Smith. I give the
      above lands to Henry on condition he pay my son Walter
      100 £sterling. I also give Henry 1 gold watch.
      To my daughter Margaret Smith 1 Negro girl named Bett and
      her increase, and I Negro boy named Iznatius.
      To my daughter Mary Smith 1 Negro girl named Susanna, and
      her increase, 1 Negro boy named David, a pair bobs set
      in gold, I silver snuff box, and I mourning ring I had
      for my brother, Richard Smith.
      To my son Walter Smith 1 Negro boy named Peter, and 1
      Negro boy called Jenny, and her increase. I also give
      Walter (exclusive of my for. bequest to him) 1000 £
      current money, 200 £sterling, for the payment of
      which, I hereby subject and make liable the lands
      before devised my two sons, Charles and Henry, and I
      hereby order my sd two sons to pay Walter 200 £
      sterling when he arrives at age 21, and not before. I
      also give Walter 1 Cristol stone stock buckle.
      To Margaret Selwood, during her natural life the choice of
      2 Negro women, Patience & Chloe, and I order my
      executors to allow her, yearly, until my sons Charles
      and Henry arrive at age 21, 300 lbs of pork, 200 lbs of
      beef, with corn and wheat sufficient for her yearly
      support, and 10 lbs wool, provided she does not marry.
      Also, 1 feather bed & furniture, 1 iron pot, 1 frying
      pan, 3 pewter plates, 3 small dishes, 6 knives and
      forks, I walnut table, 6 flag chairs, I young horse,
      and I cow and calf. I also order my executors to allow
      Mary Selwood the use of one of my dwelling houses,
      until my sons Charles and Henry reach age 21. I also
      recommend to my executors to employ sd Margaret in
      taking care of my children's houses and other house
      affairs and, in other ways assist so that she may be
      enabled to support herself decently. When my son Walter
      Smith arrives at age 21 years, I direct my sons,
      Charles and Henry to provide maintenance and support
      for Margaret during her life.
      I direct that part of a tract of land called Barns Purchase,
      containing 50 acres, which I purchased of Matthew Barnes,
      lying in CC, shall be put up at public sale as soon as may
      be after my death. The rest of my personal estate shall be
      equally divided among my children, Charles, Henry, Walter,
      Margaret, and Mary Smith.
      Executors and guardians to my afd 5 children: my brother-in-
      law, John Perrie and my friend Francis Wheatly.
      Signed Nov 17, 1780 - Charles Som. (X his mark) Smith.
      Wit - Joseph Mudd, John Morton, Edward Anderson.
      Probated on Jun 18, 1781 by the oaths of both executors,
      and by witnesses John Morton and Edward Anderson.
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      Violetta Smith 79.205 CH £179.12.10 Aug 14 1761
      Appraisers: Francis Oden, Henry Tubman.
      Creditors: George Maxwell.
      Next of kin: Charles Stalding., Charles Somerset Smith.
      Executors: Richard Smith, Elias Smith, James Middleton,
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      SMITH, RICHARD, Charles Coo 12 Apr, 1758 10 Oct, 1759
      Bro: Charles Somerset: Smith.
      Half-bro: John Perrie.
      Sisters: Margaret Smith and Elizabeth Parran.
      Ex: Charles Somerset Smith.
      Wlt: Nathanlel Parran, Andrew Thompson. 30.758
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      PITTNEY, WILLIAM, Charles Co. 3 Dec 1770 14 Sep 1772
      To son William Pittney, £20, Negro Cloe, my watch.
      To dau. Mary Pittney, £20, Negro Kate.
      To wife Martha, extx,, remainder of estate.
      Wit: Charles Somerset Smith, Joseph Anderson, John Morton. 39. 831
      To Clement Smith of Calvert Co. Whereas Martha Pittney, widow and extx, of William Pittney, hath petitioned that a commission might be granted to you to take the probate of William Pittney.
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      Charles Co Land Records 1756-1761 Book G#3; Page 391.
      Sep 4, 1759 from Charles Somersit Smith (son of Charles Somersit Smith, late of CC, Gent, decd, and brother of Richard Smith, late of CC, also decd), to Allen Davies and Margarett, his wife (who was the widow and relict of the decd Charles Somersit Smith). Whereas sd Charles Somersit Smith was, at the time of his death, seized in his demesne as of a fee, of all that tract of land in CC on Benedict Manor, adjoining to Patuxent River, which the sd Charles Somersit Smith (father of the sd Charles Somersit Smith, party to these presents) devised by his will to his sd two sons, Richard Smith, decd, and the sd Charles Somersit Smith, now this deed witnesses that sd Charles Somersit Smith assigns to sd Allen Davies and Margarett, his wife, the third part of the afd tract of land, which sd third part is bounded by a branch that divides George Maxwell's land from the land of Charles Somersit Smith afd, thence to Robert Andersen's land, then with sd Anderson's land to the Main Road by a gate, then down sd Main Road to the head of the Spring branch by the dwelling house, then down the afd Main Road that leads to Benedict Town, then to the Bridge by the Mill Swamp, then down and with the Ditch to the Marsh at the head of St. Nicholas Cr, then down sd Cr to Patuxent River, Swansons Cr. Excepted is the wood that is on a small island nigh Frazers Point. To have and to hold during the natural life of sd Margarett, in severally, in the name of dower and in recompense of all the dower which the sd Margarett might have in sd tract of land. Signed - Chas S. Smith. Wit - Jno Chesley, Thos Greenfield.
      St. Mary's County, Oct 19, 1759. Then came before us, two JPs for the county afd, sd Charles Somersit Smith, and acknowledged the within deed. Signed - Jno Chesley, Thos Greenfeild. Certified that Chesley and Greenfeild are JPs by Richd Ward Key, Clk. of St. Mary's County Court. Recorded Jan 5, 1760.
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      Contributed by Shirley Middleton Moller
      Charles County, Maryland Land Records, IB 5.292
      At the request of John T Hawkins the following Deed was recorded this 14th day of December Anno Domini 1802

      State of Maryland Charles County Sst This Indenture made this Twenty third day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand Eight hundred and two Between John Forbes of the County and State afsd of the one part and John Truman Hawkins of St Marys County of the other part Witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of Four hundred and fifty pounds Current money, all that Lott or parcel of Land lying in Charles County being pt of two Lotts viz; of Lott Number eighteen in Benedict Leonard Town and of a Lott called the Warehouse Lott [formerly conveyed by Charles Somerset Smith to George Maxwell the 14th day of Jun Anno Domini 1764] and adjoining the west side of said Lott No18. /s/ John Forbes: Wit: Alexr McPherson, Henry A Smith;
      deed acknowledged by Elizabeth Forbes wife to the sd John Forbes.
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      Charles County Land Record Book G#3, 1756-1761; Page 368. Certificate. Sep 11, 1759, came Charles Somerset Smith before me, a CC JP, and brought a chestnut bay colored stray horse, branded 1W. Signed - Allen Davies. Recorded Sep 10, 1759.
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      Charles County Land Record Book G#3, 1756-1761; Page 372. Oct 15, 1759 from Thomas Johns of Calvert County, Gentleman, to Charles Somerset Smith of CC, Gentleman, for 10 lot #20 in Penedict Leonard Town on Patuxent River,
      formerly belonging to Randolph Morriss of CC, Gentleman. Signed - Thos Johns. Wit - David Arnold, Charles Grahame,
      Calvert County, Oct 15, 1759. Then came before us, Calvert County JPs, the afd Thomas Johns, and acknowledged the above instrument of writing. Signed - David Arnold, Charles Grahame. Certified by W. Ireland, Clerk, Calvert County Court. Recorded Oct 22, 1759,
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      Charles County Land Record Book G#3, 1756-1761; Page 390. Oct 19, 1759 from Charles Somersit Smith of CC, Gentleman, to John shortridge (Shortrige) and Company, merchants in Glasgow in North Britain, for 85 £sterling, lot #20 and the buildings thereon, in Benedict Leonard Town on Patuxent River, formerly belonging to Thomas Johns of Calvert County, Gentleman. Signed - Chas St Smith. Wit - Jno Chesley, Thos Greenfield.
      St. Mary's County, Oct 19, 1759. Then came before us, two JPs for the county afd, sd Charles Somersit Smith, and acknowledged the within lot and premises to be the right of John Shortridge and Company. Signed - Jno Chesley, Thos Greeqfeild. Certified that Chesley and Greenfeild are JPs by Rich Ward Key, clk. of St. Mary's County Court. Recorded Dec 14, 1759.
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      Charles County Land Record Book G#3, 1756-1761; Page 391. Sep 4, 1759 from Charles Somersit Smith (son of Charles Somersit Smith, late of CC, Gent, decd, and brother of Richard Smith, late of CC, also decd), to Allen Davies and Margarett, his wife (who was the widow and relict of the decd Charles Somersit Smith). Whereas sd Charles Somersit Smith was, at the time of his death, seized in his demesne as of a fee, of all that tract of land in CC on Benedict Manor, adjoining to Patuxent River, which the sd Charles Sommersit Smith (father of the sd Charles Somersit Smith, party to these presents) devised by his will to his sd two sons, Richard Smith, decd, and the sd Charles Somersit smith, now this deed witnesses that sd Charles Somersit Smith assigns to sd Allen Davies and Margarett, his wife, the third part of the afd tract of land, which sd third part is bounded by a branch that divides George Maxwell's land from the land of Charles Somersit Smith afd, thence to Robert Anderson's land, then with sd Anderson's land to the Main Road by a gate, then down sd Main Road to the head of the Spring branch by the dwelling house, then down the afd Main Road that leads to Benedict Town, then to the Bridge by the Mill Swamp, then down and with the Ditch to the Marsh at the head of St. Nicholas Cr, then down sd Cr to Patuxent River, Swansons Cr. Excepted is the wood that is on a small island nigh Frazers Point. To have and to hold during the natural life of sd Margarett, in severally, in the name of dower and in recompense of all the dower which the sd Margarett might have in sd tract of land. Signed - Chas S. smith. wit W Jno Chesley, Thos Greenfield.
      St. Mary's County, Oct 19, 1759. Then came before us, two Juts for the county afd, sd Charles Somersit Smith, and acknowledged the within deed. Signed - Jno chesley, Thos Greegfeild. Certified that Chesley and Greenfeild are JPs by Rich Ward Key, Clk. of St. Mary's County Court. Recorded Jan 5, 1760.
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      Charles County Land Record Book G#3, 1756-1761; Page 491. Power of Attorney. I. Charles Somerset Smith of CC, Gentleman, send greeting. Whereas I am now bound upon a voyage to Great Britain, know that I have appointed my trusty and well beloved friends, James Forbes of St. Mary's County and Henry Tubman of CC, merchants, to be my true and lawful attorneys, to recover all money due me by bond, bill, or otherways, and all demands due me, and in particular, to oversee or superintend the management of my plantation & Negroes in my absence. Signed Nov 17, 1760 - Chas Somt Smith. Wit - Benj: Chisley. Recorded Dec 5, 1760.
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      Charles County Land Record Book G#3, 1756-1761; Page 518. Nov 12, 1760 from Charles Somerset Smith of CC, Gentleman, to James Forbes of St. Mary's County, merchant, for 40 £sterling, a tract of land near Benedick Town on Patuxent River, bounded by the lot in sd town belonging to Mr. Young Parran, containing and now laid out for about 3 acres, together with free liberty of pasture for 4 cows, 4 calves, & 4 horses upon sd Charles Somersitt Smith's land adjacent to the sd 3 acres, and liberty of getting firewood from sd Charles Somerset [sic] Smith's plantation for the use of sd James Forbes, his houses to be built on sd 3 acres as shall be judged most convenient for both parties. Signed - Chas St Smith. Wit - Jno Chisley, Thos Greefield. This deed was acknowledged in St. Mary's County before Jno Chesley and Thos Greenfield, JPs of St. Mary's County; certified by Richard ward Key, Clk of St. Mary's County. Recorded Feb 26, 1761
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      Charles County Land Record Book G#3, 1756-1761; Page 523, Nov 12, 1760 from Charles Somerset Smith of CC, Gentleman, to Thomas Trueman of CC, planter, for 5 £, a lot containing 1 acre, adjacent to the lot whereon sd Thomas Truman now lives, and lying betwixt the last mentioned lot and Patuxent River, and adjoining a marsh, lying in old Benedict Leonard Town on Patuxent River as it is now marked and laid out. Signed - Chas St Smith. Wit - Jno Chisley, Thomas Greenfield. This deed was acknowledged in St. Mary's County before Jno chesley and Thos Grinfield, two St. Mary's county JPs. Certified by Richard Ward Key, Clk of St. Mary's County, that sd Thomas Greefield and Meveral Lock [sic] are JPs for St. Mary's County. Recorded Mar 24, 1761.
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      Charles County Land Record Book G#3, 1756-1761; Page 527. Oct 6, 1760 from Charles Somerset Smith of CC, Gentleman, to Thomas Truman of CC, planter, for 20 £, one lot and houses, containing 1 acre, and whereon sd Thomas Truman now lives, lying in Old Benedict Leonard Town on Patuxent River as it is now marked and laid out. Signed - Chas St Smith. Wit - Thos Greenfield, Mev Lock.
      St. Mary's County. Then came before Thomas Greenfield and Meveral Lock, two JPs for St. Mary's County Ed Charles Somerset Smith and acknowledged the afd deed. Richard Ward Key, Cik of St. Mary's County, on Mar 5, 1761, certified that Greenfield and Lock afd are JPs in St. Mary's County. Recorded Mar 24, 1761.
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      Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 288. Mar 13, 1763 from Charles Somerset Smith of CC, Gent, to Allen Davies of CC, Gent, for 5 £8 shillings and for divers other causes, lot #8 in Benedict Town in CC, bounded by a lot taken up by John Anderson, containing and now laid out for about 0.75 acres. Signed - Chas Somt Smith. wit - Jno Winter*, Dan of St. Thos..Jenifer*. Recorded May 18, 1763-
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      Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 488. Jun 14, 1764 from Charles Somerset Smith of CC, to George Maxwell of CC, merchant, for 21 £sterling, a lot in CC, being part of a tract of land called [blank], joining to Benedict Leonard Town, bounded by lot #18 in Benedict Leonard Town now in the possession of sd George Maxwell, containing and now laid out for about acre. Signed - Chas S: Smith. Wit - Allen Davis (Davies) *, Jno Winter*. Recorded Jun 14, 1764_
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      Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 625. Certificate. Mar 25, 1765. This day, Mr. Charles Somt Smith brought before me two stray geldings which have trespassed on him by breaking into his wheat field and fodder houses. Signed - Allen Davies*. Recorded Mar 29, 1765.
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      Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 204. May 25, 1767 from Charles Somerset Smith of CC, Gentleman, to George Maxwell of CC, Merchant, for 30 £, part of a tract of land called [blank], lying in CC on Swansons Cr, bounded by sd Smith's land, containing about 10 acres Signed - Chas S:t Smith. Wit - John Winter*, Josias Hawkins*. Recorded Jun 10, 1767.
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      Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 427. May 30, 1766 from Matthew Barnes of CC, planter, to Charles Somerset Smith of CC, Gentleman, for 2000 lbs of transfer tobacco and 10 £ part of a tract of land called Barnes' Purchase, bounded by sd Smith's line, containing about 50 acres. Signed - Matthew Barnes. Wit - Allen Davis*, J Hawkins*. Sarah, the wife of sd Matthew Barnes, relinquished her right of dower. Recorded Jun 16, 1768.
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      Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 544. Nov 18, 1768 between Charles Somerset Smith of CC, Gentleman, of the one part, Anne Hynes of CC, daughter of Joseph Hynes, now decd, of the 2nd part, and John Perry of Prince Georges County of the 3rd part, in consideration of a marriage to be had between sd Smith and sd Hynes, and for the settling and assuring of a complete jointure & maintenance for sd Hynes and for 5 shillings by sd Perry to sd Smith in hand paid and for divers good causes sd Smith moving, Smith has granted to sd Perry lot #8 in the Town of Benedict Leonard Town commonly called Benedict Town at the River Patuxent in CC, at present occupied by Joseph Anderson, containing 0.75 acres. To have and to hold, to the use and behoof of sd Smith until the solemnization of sd intended marriage, and from and immediately after the solemnization of sd marriage, to the use and behoof of sd Smith during his natural life without impeachment of and for any manner of waste and from and after the determination of that estate, to the use of sd Perry during the natural life of sd Smith upon trust only for preserving the uses and estates herein after limited and to make entries for the same if need shall require, and after the death of ad Smith, to the use and behoof of sd Hynes during her natural life, which sd estate of sd Hynes for her life besides the annuity or annual rent thereby after granted her, is and shall be in full of her jointure in recompense for all dower of the personal estate which sd Hynes might otherwise have claim in all of the messuages, lands, tenements, and hereditaments or goods, chattels, and personal estate of sd Smith, and after the death of sd Hynes, for such purposes as sd Charles shall, by his will, limit, and sd Smith, the lot before granted, with the appurtenances, unto sd Perry, for the uses afd_ sd smith, in consideration of sd intended marriage and for sundry other good causes, hereby gives sd Hynes one annuity or annual rent of 10 £ to be paid to Hynes after the death of Smith, out of that plantation or parcel of land on the south side of the River Patuxent in CC, at present occupied by sd Smith, and which he holds by descent as heir to his brother, Richard Smith, lately decd. The annuity is for and during the natural life of sd Hynes; if she survives sd Charles, the same to be paid by sd Anne at the feasts of Whitsunday and Saint Martin. Signed - Chas Somt Smith, Ann Hine. Wit - John Moran, Henry Gilpen, Allen Davis*, Roht Horner*. Recorded Mar 22, 1769.
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      Charles County Land Record Book S#3, 1770-1775; Page 60. Sep 18, 1770 from George Maxwell of CC, merchant, to Charles Somerset Smith of CC and John Perry of Prince Georges County, for 200 £, 2 lots containing 2 acres, whereon James Smith now lives, lying in old Benedict Leonard Town on Putexent River. Signed - Geo Maxwell. Wit - Thos Greenfield, Henry G Sothoron (St Mary's County JPs).
      St Mary's County. This deed was acknowledged by George Maxwell; Elizabeth, wife to sd George Maxwell, relinquished her right of dower. Certified by Beni Young, St Mary's County C1k. Recorded Nov 6, 1770.
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      Charles County Land Record Book S#3, 1770-1775; Page 302. Aug 11, 1772 from Allen Davis (Davies) of CC, to Charles Somerset Smith of CC, for 15 £, all that tenement or lot of ground, #8, lying in Benedict Town in CC, being the lot conveyed by sd Charles Somerset Smith to sd Allen Davis on Mar 13, 1763, and being the lot adjoining and lying on the north side of lot #7, lately the property of John Anderson and now in the possession of Richard Smith. Signed - Allen Davies. Wit - Geo. Dent*, J Hawkins*. Recorded Oct 21, 1772,
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      1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 408-208: BARNES PURCHASE: 348 acres; Possession of - 348 Acres - Escheat: Surveyed for Godshall Barnes, 23 March 1726, beginning at a bounded Hickory and a Locust Post. Escheat: Other notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.},

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