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

Robert {Addl Records} Robins

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  • Name Robert {Addl Records} Robins 
    Born Bef 1627  Long Buckby, Northampton, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Person ID I025122  Tree1
    Last Modified 1 Jul 2020 

    Father Richard Robins,   b. 10 Dec 1599, Long Buckby, Northampton, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 3 Jan 1677/78, Long Buckby, Northampton, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 78 years) 
    Mother Alice MNU Robins,   d. 8 Sep 1674, Long Buckby, Northampton, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married Long Buckby, Northampton, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F08235  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      James Hughes 2005-08-25 11:44:01
      Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650Volume 4, Page 487

      2d Junij Robert Robins maketh oath that sometime in in open Court September 1647 hee being at the House of Richard Grigson at the back River in Virginia informed the said Grigson that this deponent was then shortly to come to Maryland who therevppon tould this depont that hee had then a Heifer in his Penne belonging vnto one Anthony Rawlins of Maryland, and requested him this depon to goe with him to the said Penne and this depont accordingly went with the said Grigson hither where hee then shewed this depont black Heifer with a white Starr in her forehead and tendred the said Heifer for the said Rawlins his vse and desired this depont to certify the said Rawlins of such his tender, and that the said Heifer was there ready for him or Words to that effect. Robins made this Oath vppon Surnons
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      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 4 Jun 1658, Page 4
      Elisabeth Robins, Plt.; Robert Robins, Def.; charge of adultery against Elisabeth claiming child in her arms not begotten by said husband
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      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 18 June 1659, Page 39
      The 18th of June 1659 Robert Robins and his wife Elisabeth Robins came to the office of the records of Charles County before Josias Fendall, Gov., and Mr. John Hatch, clerk, taken in writing by George Thompson, clerk of Charles County: I, Robert Robins, doe hearby disclayme my wife Elisabeth Robins for ever to acknowledge her as my wife and I doe here oblige myselfe and everie one from mee never to molest or trouble her any further." 'I, Elisabeth Robins doe hearby diclayme my husband Robert Robins for ever acknowledge him as my husband and doe here oblige myselfe and everie one from mee never to molest or trouble any further for mayntainance or any other necessaries."
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      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 6 Apr 1659, Page 46
      Hen. Lillie demands warrant against Robert Robins; action of case
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      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 4 Sep 1660, Page 95
      Thomas Chew demands summons in Chancery for Capt. John Jenkins to the next provincial Court; subpoena, for Robert Robins, Will Hall and Lionel Britton
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      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 22 Apr 1662, Page 207
      Mr. Walter Beane, Plt.; John Nevill as administrator's atty. of estate of Henry Lilly, Def.; regarding debt of 824# of tobacco; bill signed by Henry Lillie (mark) 8 Apr 1659 for said sum of tobacco to be paid by the last of November; assignment of bill to James Lee dated 29 Oct 1659; /s/ Walter Beane (mark); wit. Robert Robins; endorsed by James Lee on back ... reassigned to Mr. Walter Beane on 29 Jan 166 1; /s/ James Lee (mark); wit. Henry Adames, Humphery Haggate; defendant confessed judgment; court orders payment
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      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 1 Oct 1662, Page 243
      John Douglas, Thomas Smoot, Mr. George Goodernick, Samuel Palmer, Mr. John Bowles, Benjamin Marshagay, John Cherman, Clement Tbeoballs, Mr. Arthur Turner, James Boulin, John Lambert; present the following:

      - Robert Robins and Elisabeth Weekes for having a bastard
      - James Lee for having 2 wives
      - John Grinly and Anne Standfort for Sabbath breakers
      - Some of Capt. Fendall's servants for common Sabbath breakers
      - William Robisson and Thomas Hussey for suspected hog stealers
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 17 Dec 1662, Page 31-32
      Mr. John Bouts, atty. of Mr. James Smith, Plt.; Capt. Josias Fendall and Mr. Robert Hundley, admns. to Capt. Christopher Russell, Def
      regarding debt of 813# of tobacco; bill binds Christopher Russell pay James Smith 813# of tobacco 27 Feb 1661; /s/ Christopher Russell; wit. William Boules, Robert Stronge; endorsement on back appointing John Boules of Pikiawaxen, planter, attorney 8 Apr 1662; /s/ James Smith; wit. Robert Robins, Nich. Grosse (mark); defendant requests referral; granted

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      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 11 Feb 1662/3, Page 77
      George Newman swore, at the request of Robert Robins, that about 2 years ago William Empson being under-sheriff, did receive of Robert Robins 100# of tobacco for the rent of Mr. Weekes' land and that deponent paid 40# more
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      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 13 Oct 1663, Page 172-174
      Indenture, 30 Apr 1655 between James Walker of Wicokomeco and Christopher Carnell of Wicokomeco, planter, a parcel of land lying in the Province of Maryland; bounded by"Momas Michell; containing 200 acres; /s/ James Walker; wit.: John Gooldsmith (mark), Edward Philpot (mark)
      Christopher Cornell assigns his rights to William Heard and Richard Morrise to above indenture; 24 Apr 1656; /s/ Christopher Carnell (mark); wit. Robert Robins, John Douglas
      William Heard and Richard Morris assign rights in above land to John Morris and Giles Tomkins; 27 Jul 1656; /s/ William Heard (mark), Richard Morris (mark); wit. John Douglas, Peter Care (mark)
      John Morrise, planter, assigns his rights in above land to Gils Tomkins, planter; 6 Oct 1659; /s/ John Morrise (mark); with. Robert Loyd, Richard Dod (mark)
      Giles Tomkins assigns his rights in above to Mr. Francis Doughtie 17 Jan 1659; /s/ Giles Tomkins (mark); wit. William Barton, Jr., Richard Smoot (mark)
      Francis Doughty, Sr., minister of Rappahannock in Virginia, and Anne Doughty, his wife assign rights in above to
      Gils Tomkinson in the parish or hamlet of Pickeawanon in Charles County; 9 Feb 1662; /s/ Fr. Doughty, Anne Doughty; wit. John Washington, John Crow (mark); signed in the presence of Francis Doughty, Jr., Hugh Oneall (mark); acknowledged in open court by Mr. Enoch Doughty and Mr. Fr. Doughty
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      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 13 Oct 1663, Page 175
      Christopher Russell, Def.; petition of James Neale, Esq., shows Capt. Christopher Russell, deceased, did owe unto William Brenton of New England, merchant, 714# of tobacco; letter of attorney appointing James Neale; 16 Apr 1663; /s/ Will Sanford, wit. Thomas Hussey, Tho. Bennet, James Neale; bill binding Christopher to pay Mr. William Brenton 714# of tobacco at my now dwelling plantation on Wicokomeco River on 10 Oct next; dated 12 Feb 1660; /s/ Christopher Russell; wit. Robert Robins, James Boulin (mark); defendant confesses judgment and it is therefore ordered that defendant satisfy the debt
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      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 3 Nov 1663, Page 188 - 190
      Robert Robins demands warrant against Thomas Baker; action of debt; subpoena John Nevill, George Newman and Thomas Baker; subpoena Richard Dod and William Gother against Robins; 3 Nov 1663

      Mr. Benjamin Rozer, by his atty. Robert Robins, Plt.; Mrs. Anne Haggat, admn. to Mr. Humphery Haggat, by her atty. Mr. Richard Fouke, Def.; letter of attorney appointing Robert Robins; 2 Nov 1663; /s/ Benjamin Rozer; wit. John Duglas; petition of Benjamin Rozer for 1350# of tobacco; bill binding Humphery Haggat to Benjamin Rozer for 2354# of tobacco; 7 Feb 1662; /s/ Humphery Haggat; wit. James Neale, Henry Addames; after his bill was taken, the following was delivered to him: I pair of men's worsted stockings (40#), 1 lines cape (50#), 1 pair of child's stockings (12#); total 102#
      Endorsement on back of said bill: Received of Mr. Francis Batchelor by his appointment to Josias Fendall to pay the sum of 1000# of tobacco in part of this bill, rece.ived by me; /s/ Benjamin Rozer, Anne Haggat, widow and admn- of Humphery Haggat, dec'd, appoints Richard Fowkes as attorney; 2 Nov 1663; wit. John Wheeler (mark), Thomas Atkinson Defendant confesses judgment for 1450# of tobacco and cask; court orders payment Mr. Francis Batchelor, by his atty.
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 4 Nov 1663, Page 193 - 197
      Robert Robins, Pit, Thomas Baker, Def.; debt; petition of Robins states that 4 years ago he was hired by Thomas Baker to build him as much work as come to 1265# of tobacco and cask; only one hogshead of tobacco was received and that by Mr. Daniell Hutt for which he gave a receipt for tile bill in my custody
      Bill binding Thomas Baker and William Empson to pay Robert Robins 1255# of tobacco ... to be paid at the now dwelling house of Thomas Baker to be paid on 10 Nov next; dated 8 Jun 1660; /s/ Thomas Baker (mark), William Empson (mark); wit. Mary Dod (mark); endorsement on back: Robins acknowledges receipt of 499# of tobacco from Thomas Baker; 1660; /s/ Robert Robins; defendant produced another receipt: received 3 Jan 1660 from William Empson and Thomas Baker in par of a bill of 1265# of tobacco bearing date of 8 Jun 1660 the sum of 500* received; /s/ Robert Robins; wit. Wilt Craford
      Plaintiff produced the following- I do certify that about the year 1660 Robert Robins gave me a discharge for about 4 or 500# of tobacco unto William Empson being part of 1280# due from said Empson and Baker; I sent William Cundy, my carpenter for the said tobacco who delivered the said discharge upon the receipt; 28 Oct 1663; /s/ Dany Hutt; plaintiff claims that both these receipts were for the same hogshead of tobacco; defendant claims he was to discount 200# for use of his boat and 10# for a shilling; Richard Dod swore that he received a bill from Baker and Empson for use a of boat and for the work the said Robins was to do; William Gather swore that about 2 years ago he heard of a difference between
      Robert Robins and Thomas Baker concerning debt of 200-250# of tobacco; Mr. Robert Hundly swore that he heard Mr. Daniell Hutt say that he received but one hogshead of tobacco for Robins; George Newman called; did not appear; Defendant confessed judgment for 556# of tobacco; court orders payment of 649# and court costs
      ===
      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, January 1664/5, Page 394
      Richard Dod demands warrant against Robert Robins in action of case; subpoena for Mr. Henry Addames and Mr. George Bradshaw
      Richard Dode demands a warrant against Robert Robins in action of the case; subpoena for Mr. Henry Addames and Mr. George Bradshaw, Andrew Ward, James Hays and Robert Robins; subpoena John Grube, Thomas Gibson and Thomas Crackson (Craxon)
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      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
      Richard Dode demands a warrant against Robert Robins in action of the case; subpoena for Mr. Henry Addames and Mr. George Bradshaw, Andrew Ward, James Hays and Robert Robins; subpoena John Grube, Thomas Gibson and Thomas Crackson (Craxon)
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 11 November 1664, Page 402, 403, 404, 405, 406
      The Lt General's attorney and the Lord Baltimore's attorney, Mr. William Calvert indicts William Allen, John Muns, John Boyden and John Cabell for killing and stealing of hogs; require the following oaths: James Lee says that sometime in December he found the aforementioned parties killing his hogs which were 3 sows and one shoat; William Allen said he was to give him satisfaction for them
      [details of confrontation over the hog killing] Thomas Chapman and Robert Downes swore they were at the house of Downes and went into the woods with James Lee to look for his hogs and saw the above mentioned men [repeating conversation that took place when the men were found]
      Indicted men requested that Thomas Chapman and Robert Downes give their oath before a jury; they state that "James Lee hope upe with a hoge upon the hors of Francom" Jury impaneled as follows: Mr. Humphery Warrent, foreman; John Cage, Francis Wine, Edward Swan, Richard Dod, John Duglas, Ignatius Causeen, Alexander Smith, John Lambert, Thomas Allonson, Nicholaus Emerson, Robert Robins William Calvert entered request for determination if these men were guilty of hog stealing and killing William Allen entered the following into the record
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 11 November 1664, Page 423-426
      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
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 4 Nov 1662, Page 520
      Michell Pickering demands warrant against Mr. Robert Hendly in. action of trespass; value 2000# of tobacco; subpoena Capt. Josias Fendall, John Lovet, Robert Robins and Mr. Joseph Harrisson
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber D, Page 100 29 Jul 1669;
      Indenture from Nicholas Emanson to Stephen Mountague; for 5,000# of tobacco; a parcel of land called Howland on the north side of Piscataway River and south side of Mattawoman Creek; containing 200 acres; /s/ Nich. Emanson; wit. Robert Robins, Gerrard Browne
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court Liber E, Page 156, 12 Jun 1674;
      Deed of Gift from Robert Robins to Elizabeth Jones, daus. of Owen Jones; heifer; /s/ Robert Robins
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      Robert Robins is listed in "Bills left with Mr Dodman due Mr Hayward". Dated July 7, 1655.
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court Liber D, Page 10
      30 Jan 1667; Indenture from George Harris, planter, to Robert Robbins, planter; for 5,600# of tobacco; a parcel of land on the north side of the Potomac and east side of the easternmost branch of Avon River; containing 150 acres; part of a divident called LYNDSEY which Harris purchased of Edward Deane; formerly taken up by James Lyndsey, patent bearing date 2 Sep 1659; /s/ George Harris (mark); wit. Owen Jones, John Couffer (mark)
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court Liber D, supplement Page 41
      14 Jun 1670; Indenture from Robert Robins, planter, to William Hensey, planter; a parcel of land near Pekeywaxen Creek; bounded by Richard Smith and Robert Henley; /s/ Robert Robins; wit. Tho. Mathews, Samll. Cressey
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court Liber E, Page 36-1/2
      14 Mar 1670; Indenture from John Boyden, planter, to William Boyden and Mathew Sanders, planters; for 3,0000 tobacco; a tract called St. Margaret; on the southwest side of a branch running up St. Thomas Creek; bounded by Thomas Wentworth, Daniel Mathena and William Boyden; containing 80 acres; Js/ John Boyden; wit. Robert Robins, Richard Chapman (mark)
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court Liber E., Page 101
      Deed of Gift from Anne Fowke to her son Richard Chandler all the hogs and cattle on Goose Creek plantation; /s/ Anne Fowke; wit. Robt. Robins, William Chandler
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court Liber E., Page 101
      11 Mar 1672; Deed of Gift from Anne Fowke to her 3 children, Gerrard Fowke, Maryland Fowke, and Eliza. Fowke, 10 head of cattle; /s/ Anne Fowler; wit. Robt. Robins, Rich. Chandler
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court Liber E, Page 126
      28 May 1673; Quit Claim Deed from George Banks to Humphrey Jones; 100 acres of land; /s/ George Banks; wit. Robt. Robins, Owen Jones
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court Liber E, Page 156
      12 Jun 1674; Deed of Gift from Robert Robins to Elizabeth Jones,
      daus. of Owen Jones; heifer; /s/ Robert Robins
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court Liber F, Page 176
      14 Mar 1675; Indenture from William Loveday, planter, to John Hammond, planter; for 3,000# tobacco; half of 85 acres of land lately purchased by Loveday from Thomas Jenkins; part of a tract (called Trooper Rondesvous; /s/ William Loveday; wit. Robert Robins, Thomas Jenkins
      ===

      Charles County Circuit Court Liber I, Page 123
      13 Jun 1681; Deed of Gift from Philip Hoskins to John Robins; one sorrel mare; /s/ Philip Hoskins; wit. Jno. Cabioge (?) (mark), Thomas Hicks
      ===
      James Hughes 2005-08-25 11:21:17
      Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1671-1681 Volume 15, Page 407

      It is ordered by the said Daniel Mathena with the Evidences
      Robert Robins and John Martyn be committed into the custody of Coll William Chandler Sheriff of this County, and by him be conveyed downe to the City of St Maries with what convenient speed may be there to answer to what shall be objected against them on the behalf of the Rt honble the Lord Propry
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      Stafford Co VA Order Book 1690-1692; THE ANTIENT PRESS
      Page 247 (contd) Court held 10th May 1692
      451. THEODRICK BLAND complaining sheweth that some time last Spring the pit
      had a horse which was Esteemed for his Extraordinary goodnesse and courage by the plt which horse went over from Capt. GEORGE MASONS where I then lived and kept him to Mr. FOSSAKERS at aquia where ROBERT ROBINS being then.
      Mr. Fossakers overseer maliciously and despite fully broke the horses leg which fostered fly blowed and gangreend so that the horse dyed there being no Possibility of cure which was to the plts damage great Costs and hindrance of his business which at that time was very great it being to the pits damage and losse Seven thousand pounds of Tobacco for which the pit most humbly craves Judgment with costs of Suite. And Robert Robins the deft by ROBERT BRENT his attorney came into Court and for plea saith not guilty in manner and forme following and for Tryail puts himself upon the Country and the plt likewise. Therefore tis ordered that the Jury Enquire the fact. JONATHAN PARKER, WM. DOWNING, DAVID DARNELL, GEORGE LYLES, JOSEPH NEWTON, WILLIAM WILLIAMS, ANDREW BARBEY, AUGUSTINE KNEATON, FRANCIS HUNT, JOHN HIGGISON, JAMES MONKE, THOMAS DERRICK Jr. which said Jurors being Elected Tryed and Sworne to say the Truth of the premises doe say upon their oaths we find for the plt one thousand pounds of Tobacco. Therefore tis ordered that Judgment shall be entered on the Verdict of the Jury and that the said Robert Robins the deft shall pay unto Theodrick Bland the sum of one thousand pounds of Tobacco with costs. Ordered that Theodrick Blande shall pay the Jury Seventy Two pounds of Tobacco alias Execution. Ordered that Theodrick Bland shall pay unto Mr. RICHARD FOSSAKER Three hundred and Sixty pounds of Tobacco for his Servant DOROTHY PAGET attendance nine days and Two hundred and forty pounds of Tobacco unto WILLIAM PAGE SENR. for his Six dayes attendance and Two hundred end forty pounds of Tobacco to PATRICK ELEVERY for his six dayes attendance at Court in a Suit depending between him and Robt. Robins with costs. Ordered that Robert Robins shall pay unto Capt. GEORGE MASON the sum of two hundred and forty pounds of Tobacco for his Servant HENRY SMITH attendance at Court in a Suit depending between him and Theodrick Blande with costs.
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      1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 304-14: LINDSEY: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Allen, John: Surveyed 18 May 1658 for Edmund Lindsey on the East side of the Easternmost branch of Nanjemoy Creek. (see folio 334): Conveyance notes - 100 Acres - Joseph Harrison from John & James Allen; 16 Nov 1717,
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      1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Nanjemoy or Durham Parish: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 335-9: LINDSEY: 300 acres; Possession of - 150 Acres - Jenkins, Thomas: 150 Acres - Posey, John: Surveyed 10 May 1659 for James Lindsey on the East side of the Easternmost branch of Avon River: Conveyance notes - John Jenkins from Anne Jenkins; 5 Dec 1746, ,, , , ,
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      1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 290-18: CRAWLE: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Contee, John : Surveyed 5 Feb 1666 for Robert Henley on the back side of his own land formerly laid out for him & Robert Robins: Other notes - noted as Col John Contee,
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      1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 289-12: ROBINS: 550 acres; Possession of - 146 Acres - Chapman, John : Surveyed 10 June 1651 for Robert Robins and Robert Handy on the North side of Petites Creek:
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      1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 295-50: ST. JAMES: 200 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Blee, John : Surveyed 31 May 1658 for James Walker on the West side Wicomico River near a fresh run called Walkers run: Other Tracts Mentioned: ROBINS; BURFORD; ; other notes - Wybeard Solly, Tennant in possession John Blee., This land is said to be taken away part by at tract of land called ROBINS, the remainder by a tract called BURFORD ,
      ===
      Stafford Co VA Order Book 1690-1692; THE ANTIENT PRESS
      Page 187 Court held 11th November 1691
      237, ROBERT ROBINS came into Court and confessed Judgment unto JONATHAN PARKER who intermarried with the widow and Executrix of RICHARD MILDMAY late of this County deced for the sum of four hundred and sixty pounds of tobacco due by bill .. Therefore tis ordered Robert Robins shall make present payment of said sums ,
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      1721-1735 King George County Deed Book 1, Part 1, (Antient Press); pp.54- 58
      Indenture ffirst day of March 1721/ffryday 2nd March 1721 between THOMAS STONE of Charles County in the Province of Maryland Gent. and WILLIAM THORNTON of King George in Colony of Virginia .. by Deeds of Lease and Release .. for thirty pounds Sterling .. grant 200 acres about a mile below the ffalls of Rappahanock river it being part of a tract containing 2000 acres granted to Colo. JOHN CATTLETT by pattent bearing date 2 June 1666, 500 acres of which by sundry means conveyance passed in the proper court became property of one EDWARD MADDOCK late of Stafford County Deceased who by his last will in writeing bearing date 23rd June 1694 and duly proved in Stafford County Court December the 11th 1694 relation thereunto being had .. did give 200 acres of land above said of the said ffive hundred acres to one JOHN ROBBINS son of ROBERT ROBBINS in Maryland and his heir .. with this reservation and proviso that if JOHN ROBBINS should dye without issue of his body lawfully begotten said land should descent to JOHN STONE Son of JOHN STONE Elder of Maryland and his heirs forever which said parties being dead without heirs of their body .. the same doth descend to the within named THOMAS STONE only Brother of the said JOHN STONE of the whole blood as heir at law ..
      Presence E. Turbervile, Thomas Stone
      M. Battaley
      2nd March 1721 .. Deeds of Lease and Release recorded.
      Know all men .. I THOMAS STONE of Charles County in the Province of Maryland am holden and bound unto WILLIAM THORNTON in King George
      County Colony of Virginia .. penal sum of one hundred pounds Sterling
      money of great Brittain 2nd March 1721. The condition if THOMAS
      STONE do well and truly to perform .. keep all covenants .. this present obligation to be void ..
      Presence E. Turbervile, Thomas Stone
      M. Battaley
      ffryday 2nd March 1721 .. Bond acknowledged and recorded.

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