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

Elizabeth Clare Rozer

Female 1779 - 1842  (63 years)


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  • Name Elizabeth Clare Rozer 
    Born 20 May 1779  Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Female 
    Died Dec 1842  Daviess County, Kentucky - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I033631  Tree1
    Last Modified 11 Dec 2018 

    Father Notley Rozer,   b. 1754, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 1787, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age < 32 years) 
    Mother Jane Bond,   b. 1 Dec 1750, Lawkland, Clapham Parish, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married 30 May 1775  St. James's Church, Ravenfield, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Notes 
    • Source: England, Select Marriages, 15381973

      Name Notley Rozer
      Gender Male
      Age 21
      Birth Date 1754
      Marriage Date 22 May 1775
      Marriage Place York, England
      Spouse Jane Bond
      FHL Film Number 1655612
    Family ID F13139  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Benjamin Tasker Dulany,   b. 1774, St. Anne's Parish, Anne Arundel County. Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 11 Oct 1835, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 61 years) 
    Married 13 Feb 1796  Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Henry Rozier Dulany,   b. 17 Sep 1797, Welbourne, near Upperville, Fauquier, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 27 Nov 1839, 'Shuter's Hill' Alexandria, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 42 years)
    Last Modified 11 Dec 2018 
    Family ID F13140  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      Prince George's County MD Will Book Liber T No. #1; 1797-1803;
      Folio 518 HENRY ROZER, of Nutley Hall 08/29/1802 09/06/1802
      Bequeaths to:
      I. Maria Rozer --granddaughter (and her husband Francis Hall Rozer}
      -to have all that part oftestators tract of land called "Admiratheria Manor" and "Saint Elizabeth Manor" and that part of the lands which testator purchased from the Clarksons lying to the northwest arid east of the following lines and adjoining to "Oxon Hill Manor" beginning at a stone marked number #1 fixed on the bank of the Potomac River in a cove of the High Bluff land being distant from the beginning of "Admiratheria Manor" 286 perches measured down the river side and thence.. to another stone marked #2 on the east side of the main road leading from Alexandria to Broad Creek which is fixed at the end of 12 perches on the 3" line of "Rozer s Gift" thence down bv and with the main road until it comes to Henson Branch at Broad Creek thence up.. to "Oxen Hill Manor" so as to include also all that tract of land called "Rozer's Gift"--to have for their natural lives
      -to have all of testator's plate and plated ware and all family pictures of the whetten,. Hall --"my Hounour'd Mother's Family"
      -all the remainder of testator's personal estate to be divided among testator's lour granddaughters
      2. Notley Rozer --great grandson (son of Maria and Francis Hall Rozer
      -after the death of Maria Rozer and her husband, to have the land left lo them on the condition they approve of his conduct
      -to have Testator's books both in French and in English
      3, Francis Hall Rozer --husband of granddaughter Maria
      -to have testator's desk which stands in the dining room with a request that the same shall be given to his son and kept in the family
      4. Cecila Rozer -granddaughter
      -Maria and Francis Hall Rozer to give her the sum of 500 pounds current money w/in 3 years
      -Eliza and her husband to pay her the sum of 500 pounds current money as condition for the land len to them
      -to have all of testator's lots in the City of Washington and all debts owing and due at the time of testator's decease
      -to have Negro girl "Charity"
      5. Harriet Rozer --granddaughter
      -to have all that part of "Admiratheria Manor" lying to the south of the line from the stone marked #1 to #2 and bounded by the road leading from Alexandria to Broad Creek
      6, Eliza Delany --granddaughter (wife of Benjamin Dulany)
      -to have all of testator's lands lying in Charles County cont. 1500 acres now ealled "Rozer's Farm"
      -to have all the Negroes and stock on the said land
      -she and her husband to have 1/2 of the 1500 acres bequeathed to the said Eliza to the south of the dwelling house and to include tbe dwelling house and to be given after their natural lives.
      to Henry Rozer Dulany
      -whereas the Assembly Of Maryland by an act dated 1787 sealed upon Eleanor Rozer the daughter of son Thomas Wetton Hall Rozer in fee simple a moiety of a tract of land called "Bennett Lowe" appertaining to testator to take effect upon testator's settling the lands of equal value approved by the Chancellor of Maryland upon the heirs of testator's son Notley Rozer, deceased in compliance with which act and with the approbation of the Chancellor, testator did by an indenture or sale convey unto his granddaughters, Maria, Eliza, Harriet and Cecilia daughters of said son Notley Rozer which was duly admitted to the records of the county in fee simple estate of 656 acres of a tract of land called "Admiratheria' which was devised to Maria -
      -testator orders that Maria. Eliza. and Cecilia after testator's decease or as they arrive at the age of 21 release unto Harriet all their right and title
      7. Henry Rozer Dulany --son of granddaughter Eliza and her husband Benjamin Dulany -at the death of his mother and father to have the 1/2 of the land
      8. Eleanor Rozer -granddaughter (daughter of son Thomas Wetton Hall Rozer)
      -to have a suit of mourning elothes such as the rest of the family has, and to have the picture of her father. a gold watch valued at 25 pounds and a mounting ring valued at S20.00--having already settled on her an equivalent share of the estate
      9. Zepherine Javain
      -to have a suit of mourning clothes_ a mourning ring and to be paid $80.00 annually by testator's grandchildren until she might be otherwise provided for
      10. Pamela Casey
      -to have a suit of mourning clothes and a mourning ring as a memento
      11 Benjamin Dulany
      -named executor along:. w/Francis Hall Rozer
      Witnesses: James Edelen
      Thomas Casey
      Thomas Jenkins
      Bernard McDennot Rae
      Codicil to the will:
      1, Harriet Rozer --granddaughter
      -to have testator's chariot and harness and the pair of horses to the said chariot and also to have Negro "James" the driver
      2. Cecilia Fooke --granddaughter
      -to have testator's crop of tobacco now growing and the quantity of 300 barrels of lndian Corn out of the crop
      08/29/1802
      Witnesses: P. Savary
      Joseph Eden
      Jeane Savary
      Then came: James Edelen and Thomas Jenkins
      Note: the testator signed the will in his own hand
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      Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1790-1791; Liber JJ2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 183. At the request of Maria Rozer, Harriet Rozer, Eliza Rozer and Cecilia Rozer the following Deed was recorded July 14, 1790
      Indenture made September 14, 1790; Between Henry Rozer, Gentleman of one part and Maria Rozer, Harriet Rozer, Eliza Rozer and Cecilia Rozer, heirs of Notley Rozer, deceased and grand daughters of the said Henry Rozers of the of other part.
      Whereas at an act of assembly of Maryland passed at April session 1787, certain lands therein mentioned called "Bennets Lowe" lying in Kent County, Maryland are settled on Eleanor Rozer the daughter of Thomas Whittenhall [Whetenhall] Rozer and grand daughter of Henry Rozer to take place on the said Henry Rozer settling other lands of equal value in fee simple under the direction of the Chancellor of this state upon the heirs of the said Notley Rozer; and whereas upon the petition of Henry Rozer filed in the court of Chancery on December 15th last, a commission by order of the Honorable Chancellor did on the same day issue to Donaldson Yates, Charles Groome, Resin Gale, Sr., John Kenard, Sr., and Benjamin Perry of Kent County, Maryland to view and appraise the land called "Bennets Lowe" who by an inquisition taken and returned bearing date the 21st of the same month did appaise the land at 7 pounds 10 shillings current money per acre amounting to the sum of 5250 current money; and whereas the Chancellor did afterwards on December 24th last issue unto Dr. William Baker, Overton Carr, John Casey, Nicholas Young and George Lee a commission to them to appraise tracts Penguiah [Panguay] Manor and Aquonsick [Aquinsick] both lying in Charles County, Maryland and Admariothria Manor lying in PGCo as will amount the said sum of 5250 pounds currnt money; which commissioners returned to their court of Chancery bearing date August 4, 1790 did value Admariothria Manor at 8 pounds current money per acre being the south end containing 656 acres and beginning at the stump of a red oak being the boundary for the end of the 4th line of "Rozers Gift" being part of Admariothria Manor heretofore on May 27, 1700 conveyed by Notley Rozer, father to Henry Rozer unto William Clarkson and now in the possession of the heirs of Thomas Clarkson being also the end of the 2nd line of "Stoney Hill" or "Atheys Folly" being another part of Admariothria Manor conveyed by Notley Rozer May 29, 1700 to William Clarkson, 45 acres part thereof now in the possession of Edward Clarkson, and bounded by the main run of Hinson Branch which runs into Broad Creek and bounding on the south with Broad Creek to Potomack River; which several valuations were confirmed by the Honorable Alexander Contee Hanson, Chancellor.
      Now this indenture witnesseth that Henry Rozer in consideration of the premises and 5 shillings has sold to Maria Rozer, Harriet Rozer, Eliza Rozer and Cecilia Rozer the aforesaid part of Admariothria Manor mentioned in the commission containing 656 acres and valued at 5250 pounds and each receiving one undivided fourth part as tenant in common and not as joint tenant. Signed H. Rozer, in the presence of and acknowledged before John Smith Brookes, Wm Baker and at the same time Eleanor Rozer w/o Henry Rozer relinquished her right of dower