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William {Land Records1} Hutchison

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  • Name William {Land Records1} Hutchison 
    Born Bef 1667  Sanqubar, Ayreshire, Scotland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
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    Last Modified 27 Feb 2021 

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      PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY LAND RECORDS, Indenture, 8 December 1697
      From: WILLIAM HUTCHESON of P. G. County, and his wife SARAH.
      To: FFRANCIS GOODERWEEK of Charles Co. Price: 8000 lbs. tobacco
      Property: 228 acres being the southwest half of a tract called "Oxmontown" on Piscataway Branch in P. G. County, formerly Charles County, bounding on ROBERT WADE'S land on Piscataway Branch, and on "Dubling."
      Signatures: WILLIAM HUCHISON and SARAH HUCHISON
      Wit.: JOHN SYK (mark), FFRANCIS GOODERWEEK, SENIOR
      Ackn'd: WILLIAM HUTCHESON and SARAH his wife, 8 December 1697.
      Recorded: 7 November 1698, Vol. A, p. 156
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      PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY LAND RECORDS, Deed, 26 January 1698
      From: JOHN WHEELER of Charles County, planter
      To: WILLIAM HUTCHISON of P. G. Co.
      Price: 3000 lbs. tobacco
      Property: All the 76 acre tract called "Wheelers Adventure" in P. G. County, formerly Charles County, on Pamunkey Neck by the Potomac River.
      Signature: JOHN WHEELER (mark)
      Wit.: WILLI. HATTON, JOHN HAWKINS
      Ackn'd: JOHN WHEELER, 26 January 1698
      Recorded: (no date), Vol. A, p. 192
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      PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY LAND RECORDS, Deed, 8 January 1699
      From: WILLIAM HUTCHESON and wife SARAH, and ROB'T MIDDLETON and wife MARY, both of P. G. Co. To: FFRANCIS MARBURY of P. G. Co.
      Price: 20,000 lbs. tobacco
      Property: All the tract called "Apple Hill" in P. G. County, bounding on "Exeter" laid out for JOHN WHEELER on the north side of Piscataway main branch; 522 acres.
      Signatures: WILLIAM HUTCHISON, SARAH HUTCHISON, ROBERT MIDDLTON, MARY MIDDLETON.
      Wit.: RICH'D EDELIN, HICKFORD LEMAN
      Ackn'd: WILLIAM HUTCHISON and wife SARAH; ROBERT MIDDLETON and wife MARY; 20 January 1699.
      Recorded: (date unspecified), Vol. A, p. 295
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      PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY LAND RECORDS, Deed, 1 May 1701
      From: JOHN ADDISON of P. G. County, and wife REBECCA; and WILLIAM HUTCHISON of P. G. County, and wife SARAH.
      To: JAMES GREEN of P. G. County, and THOMAS FREDERICK of P. G. Co.
      Price: 15,000 lbs. tobacco
      Property: All the 600 acre tract "Strife" in P. G. Co. on the north side of Mattawoman Branch, bounding on the main road from Piscataway to Port Tobacco now called the lower road, and on the upper road to Port Tobacco.
      Signatures: JNO. ADDISON, WM. HUTCHISON
      Wit.: WILLIAM TANYHILL, ROBT. WADE
      Ackn'd: JOHN ADDISON, Esq., and wife REBECCA; and WILLIAM HUTCHISON and wife SARAH, 1 May 1701.
      Recorded: 9 July 1701, Vol. A, p. 387
      ===
      Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 32; Indenture, 12 Feb 1701
      From: Walker Hope of Blandford Farm in the County of Dorsett
      To: Wm. Hutchison of Prince George's County
      For 402 two tracts of land totalling 660 acres; one tract called Happy on the north side of the Eastern Branch of the Potomac River bounded by land laid out for Walter Thompson; the second tract called Hope's Addition lying between Happy and a tract called Turkey Busard owned by Collonell Rozar
      Signed: Walker Hope
      Witnessed: Hoist. Tyler, Mayor of Corbin, Thomas Caywell, and Jos. Thompson
      Endorsement: 2 Jan 1702
      Alienation: The sum of 26 shillings from Mr. James Stoddart for 2 tracts of land
      Above deed acknowledged by Mr. James Stoddart by virtue of letter of attorney recorded in Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 139
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      Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 39: Indenture, no date
      From: Samuel Taylor and Verlinda Taylor of Prince George's County
      To: Mr. William Hutchison and his wife Sarah of Prince George's County
      Satarday's Work of 600 acres formerly in Charles County; for a "certain indenture or bargaine & sale....for halfe of a certaine parcell of land given Verlinda Taylor by the will of her late father Robert Doyne"; bounded by Run of Kiskonken Creek, a tide run, and Zechia Manor Signed: Sam'll Taylor and Verlinda Taylor
      Witnessed: Thos. Greenfeild
      Memorandum: Verlinda Taylor examined 9 Jan 1702/3 by Tho. Greenfeild and John Wight
      ===
      Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 53: Indenture, 24 May 1703
      From: William Hutchison of Prince George's County, Gent.
      To: John Smith, planter of Prince George's County
      For 100Łall 654 acres of that parcel of land called Hoop Yard and all the parcel called Houp's Addition containing "the meets and bounds" of both parcels lying in Prince George's County on the north side of the Eastern Branch of the Potomac River; bounded by land of Wallter Thompson, land called Duddington Manner belonging to Mr. Roziar; Royal mines excepted
      Signed: Wm. Hutchison
      Witnessed: R. Bradly and James Stoddart
      Memorandum: 24 May 1703 endorsement on back of deed of Sarah Hutchison, wife of William; examined by R. Bradly and James Stoddart
      Alienation: 29 May 1703 John Smith paid the sum of 1Ł/6s
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      Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 75: Indenture, 23 Feb 1702
      From: Charles Eagerton of St. Mary's County
      To: James Heath of Kent County, Gent.
      For 126Ła 600 acre part of 3,000 acres granted by Cedllius, Lord Baltimore to William Calvert, Esq'r on 11 Feb 1662; located on the east side of Piscattawy River and south side of creek called Piscataway; bounded by Randolfe Hanson; near the Indian fort
      Signed: Charles Egarton
      Witnessed: R. Llewelling and Jos. Vanswaringen
      Acknowledged: 23 Feb 1703 before St. Mary's County officials;
      signed Thos. Beall & Jno. Baker Alienation: 23 Feb 1702 memorandum of 600 acres due
      Recorded: St. Mary's County by R. Llewelling
      Recorded: Prince George's County by James Heath of Anne Arundel County, Gent.
      (Ed: note that the first part of the document says he is from Kent County.)
      Survey: Land called Capt. John's Neck bounded by Francis Marbry; signed by Wm. Hutchison, Surveyor; and acknowledged by him 15 Feb 1703

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      Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 84a: 26 Oct 1703
      From: Hessin Casseyous, Queen of Pamunkey
      To: William Hutchison of Prince George's County
      "For 200 armes length of Roanoake" and for "diverse other considerations" a tract of land lying in Prince George's County on Pamunkey Creek "bought of us on which he hath seated a plantation" bounded by Licking Bank Branch containing 250 acres for the natural life of William and Sarah Hutchison, his wife, and for the life of his son, John Hutchison; to be returned to me, my heirs and successors
      Signed: Kessin Casseyous (mark)
      Witnessed: Fra. Wheeler and Thomas Fandry
      Memorandum: 25 Oct 1703 the Queen of Pamunkey came before William Hatton, appointed by the Assembly to take acknowledgement of Indians selling land to English
      ===
      Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 94: Petition, 23 Mar 1702/3
      Resurvey of Major's Lott in Prince George's County
      Petitioners: Edward Dawson, James Mullikin, Mathew Mackeby, and the executors of John Joyce
      To: Josiah Wilson, High Sheriff of Prince George's County and Mr. William Hutchison, Surveyor
      Bounds: Land of Maj. Nicholas Sewell, Edward Dawson, John Pottinger, James Mullikin, Thomas Lemar., Matthew Mackeby
      Her Majesties' Surveyor: William Hutchison
      Signed: Jury included Thomas Swaringen, Richard Pile, Archibald Edmundson, Thomas Plumer (mark), Charles Hyatt, John Turner (mark), Anthony Draine, Soloman Rodery, Jonathan Simmons, Wm. Ray (mark), William Moor (mark), Thomas Wells
      ===
      Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 95: Petition, 20 Apr 1703
      Resurvey of St. Elizabeth in Prince George's County
      Petitioner: Nathaniell Magruder
      Resurvey to define land left Magruder's wife from the will of the late Geiles Blizard of Charles County called Berry Plains which was taken away by Col. John Addison in a resurvey of St. Elizabeth: bounds George Thompson, the river (unnamed), Col. John Addison, St. John's Creek; Thomas Locker identified one "bounded tree" he had known for 16 years
      Signed: 6 May 1703 John Hawkins, Robert Wade, Charles Ridgly, Robert Brooke, John Miller, Robert Middleton, Henry Cullver, James Beall, Henry Gutterick, Francis Marbury, Thomas Edelin, and Walter Bryne
      Her Majesties' Surveyor: William Hutchison
      ===
      Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 120a: Indenture, 30 Mar 1704
      From: Thomas Emmes of the Kingdom of England, Mariner
      To: Josiah Willson of Prince George's County
      For 90Ła 250 acre part of a tract of land called Mt. Calvert Manor in Prince George's County, formerly Calvert County; bounded by the Patuxent River, land of Robert Bradly, land of Richard Groome, land of Christopher Baines, the main town road, and Groome's Spring Branch
      Signed: Thomas Emms
      Memorandum: Acknowledgement of deed by Capt. Thomas Emmes to Will. Hutchison and James Stoddart
      ===
      Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 116c: Indenture, 8 Nov 1700
      From: Edward Marloe, planter of Prince George's County, and Mary his wife
      To: Terrence Dunning of Prince George's County For 2,600 pounds of tobacco and other good causes and considerations a 198 acre tract of half of the land called Westmoreland lying in Prince George's County, formerly Charles County, on the south side of the main branch of the Piscataway; bounded by Exeter owned by John Wheeler, and the Manor of Zachia
      Signed: Edward Marlow (mark) and Mary Marlow (mark)
      Witnessed: Wm. Hutchison and Fra. Wheeler
      Endorsement: 8 Nov 1700 acknowledgement of deed and examination of Mary Marlow before Wm. Hutchison and John Hawkins
      Memorandum: The conveyance above was delivered to me presently after the same was made over but was mislaid and thought to be lost
      Recorded: 25 Feb 1704/5 by Edward Willett, Dep'ty Clerk
      ===
      Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 127a: Province of Maryland, 20 Jun 1705
      "Know all men by these presents that we Thomas Addison, William Hutchison, John Addison, Gent. of the County of Prince George's" are firmly bound to Queen Anne 200,000 pounds of good merchantable leaf tobacco and casks for fines and forfeitures and other dues belonging to Her Majesty's government; accounting due by 10th day of April next
      Signed: Thomas Addison, William Hutchison, and John Addison
      Witnessed: William Floyd, Fra. Wheeler, William Jervis, and George Noble
      ===
      Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 134: Power of Attorney
      From: John Cunningham of the Kingdom of England
      To: James Stoddart
      John Cunningham, eldest brother's son and heir of Daniel Cunningham of Calvert County, for the sum of 27Łand good cause and considerations sold to William Hutchison land in Calvert County called Scott's Lott; appointed "truly & well beloved friend James Stoddart" to act for him
      Witnessed: Samuel Moore, William Stewart, William Tanyhill and William Campbell
      Acknowledged: 22 Jun 1705 William Campbell came before Phillip Hoskins of the Provincial Court
      Proved in open court by William Tanyhill
      ===
      Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 134a: Indenture, 1 Jul 1704
      From: John Cunningham of the Kingdom of Scotland
      To: William Hutchison of Prince George's County
      For 27Ła 300 acre tract of land called Scott's Lott lying in Calvert County; land patented to Daniel Cunningham on 1 Aug 1673
      Signed: John Cunningham
      Witnessed: Samuel Moore, William Tanyhill, William Campbell, William Cunningham, and William Stewart
      Great Seal affixed
      Acknowledgement: 1 Jul 1704 by Atty. Burgh; acknowledged in open court 27 Jun 1705; proved on oath of Wm. Tanyhill
      Alienation: 19 Jul 1705 the sum of 12s paid by William Hutchison
      ===
      Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 138: Power of Attorney
      From: Walter Hope of Blandford in the County of Dorsett, a linen draper
      To: James Stoddart
      For the sum of 40Łthose tracts of land called Hope Yard and Hope's Addition in Prince Georges County bounded in manner specified in the indentures past; Walter Hope appoints James Stoddart to act as his attorney
      Signed: Walter Hope
      Witnessed: James Thompson, Robert Johnson and William Linsey
      Memorandum: Deed recorded in Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 32 of this record and the land sold again by William Hutchison to John Smith in Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 53 of this records; original deed produced and acknowledged in open court by virtue of the above letter of attorney
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      Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 152a: 15 Year Lease, 18 Sep 1705
      From: William Hutchison of Prince George's County
      To: William Glover, carpenter of Prince George's County
      The lower most part of Sattarday's Work lying on Jensen's Branch leased for 15 years; Glover not to keep above one freeman at a time for making corn and tobacco; he can cut trees only for use as clapboard or rails except for clearing of ground; he shall plant and tend 150 apple trees; rent will be paid each year of 500 pounds of tobacco; at the end of the lease, he shall leave peaceably
      Signed: Wm. Hutchison and William Glover (mark)
      Witnessed: George Noble and Nicholas Davison
      Vide ye endorsement on ye said lease in Liber F in Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 40
      ===
      Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 172a: Indenture, 20 Nov 1705
      From: Samuell and Verlinda Taylor of Charles County
      To: William Hutchison, merchant of Prince George's County
      Verlinda Taylor, one of the 6 children of the late Robert Doyne of Charles County, Gentleman, inherited 181 acres called Carrick Fergus granted Robert Doyne by the Right Honorable Charles, Lord and Proprietor of Maryland dated 5 Apr 1684; located in Piscataway in Charles County, now Prince George's County; bounded by Friendship owned by Mr. Wade and Vainall owned by Mr. Fowker, to Kosconco Creek, and land of Randolf Hinson; children of Robert Doyne were Wharton Doyne, William Doyne, Sarah, Verfnda, Elinor and Mary Doyne
      Memorandum: 20 Nov 1705 Verlinda Taylor examined by Frederick Claudius and William Tanyhili
      Signed: Sam'll Taylor and Verlinda Taylor
      Alienation: Wm. Hutchison paid the sump of 4s
      Anne by the Grace of God of England, Scottland, France and Ireland Queen Defender of the faith
      att Court called and held att Charles Towne for her said Majesty Queen Anne the 25th day of Aug 1706
      by her Majesties Justices thereunto authorized and appoynted Present the Worshipful)
      Robert Bradly Rob't Tyler James Stoddart John Garrard Frederick Claudius
      ===
      Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 176a: Indenture, 21 Nov 1706
      From: Hillary Ball, Planter of Prince George's County and Ann, his wife
      To: William Hutchison of Prince George's County
      For 3,000 pounds of tobacco a 100 acre parcel of land in Prince George's County, formerly Charles County; part of a tract of land called Wheeler's Purchase surveyed by John Wheeler, decd, and left to John, James and Anne Wheeler; Anne being the wife of Hillary Ball; bounded by James Wheeler and the Potomac River
      Signed: Hillary Ball and Anne Ball (mark)
      Witnessed: Francis Marbury and Henry Acton
      Memorandum: Anne Ball examined by Coram Nobn, Francis Marbury and Henry Acton Alienation: 27 Nov 1706 William Hutchison paid the sum of 2s
      ===
      Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 176: Indenture, 20 Nov 1706
      From: John Middleton, planter of Prince George's County
      To: William Hutchison of Prince George's County, Gent.
      For 402 a 200 acre parcel of land lying in Prince George's County, formerly Charles County; part of tract called Wheeler's Purchase surveyed for John Wheeler and sold by James Wheeler to John Middleton; bounded by John Wheeler's part now in possession of Richard Edgar Signed: John Middleton and Mary Middleton (mark)
      Witnessed: Francis Marbury and Henry Acton
      Memorandum: 21 Nov 1706 Mary Middleton examined by above witnesses
      ===
      Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 181a: 15 year Lease, 18 Sep 1705
      From: William Hutchison of Prince George's County
      To: William Glover, carpenter of Prince George's County
      The lowermost part of land called Satterdayes Worke lying on Jenson's Branch leased to William Glover who may not keep more than one free man at a time to plant corn or tobacco; no timber may be cut except for clap boards or rails for fences or clearing of ground; he shall plant, prune and tend 150 apple trees
      Signed: Wm. Hutchison and William Glover (mark)
      Witnessed: George Noble and Nicholas Fenown
      ===
      Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 184a: Obligation, 30 May 1704
      From: William Hutchison of Prince George's County
      To: John Addison of Prince George's County
      The sum of 600Łto be paid on demand by Wm. Hutchison; condition of obligation involves a partnership between the two men involving several parcels of land including Strife estimate about 800 acres, Freindshipp of 856 acres, a tract called White Heaven of 769 acres and a tract called Carlile of 146 acres; at the death of one the land falls to the survivor
      Signed: Wm. Hutchison
      Witnessed: Ja. Wallace and Francis Wheeler
      ===
      Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 224: Indenture, 22 Sep 1708
      From: Nicholas Dawson of Prince George's County, Gent, and Mary his wife
      To: William Hutchinson
      For 16Ła 181 acre tract of land in Prince George's County formerly Charles County called Carrick Fargus surveyed for Robert Doyne, dec'd; descended to his daughters Sarah Doyne, Virlinda Doyne and Mary Doyne, now wife of Nicholas Dawson; bounded by Friendship, Vain, Kisconcho Creek, Locust Thickset, the land of Randolph Hinson
      Signed: Nicholas Dawson and Mary Dawson
      Witnessed: Henry Acton, Francis Marbry, and Tho's Noble
      Memorandum: 22 Sep 1708 Nicholas Dawson and Mary Dawson acknowledged sale of all their third part of the within named tract of land before Francis Marbry and Henry Acton
      Alienation: 5 Oct 1708 William Hutchison paid the sum of 2s/6p
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1710-1717 - Liber F - Folio 18: Indenture, 28 Aug 1710
      From: Hugh Ryley, planter of Prince George's County, and Mary his wife
      To: William Hutcherson, of Prince George's County
      For 300 acres of land called Scott's Lott Hugh Ryley sold 340 acres of Ryley's Discovery in Prince George's County; bounded by Edward Davidson's part of said tract; land of Major Sewall and Thomas Ricketts
      Signed: Hugh Ryley and Mary Ryley (mark)
      Witnessed: James Stoddart, Wm.Tannyhill
      Memo: 28 Apr 1710 Hugh and Mary acknowledged deed before Stoddart and Tannyhill
      Alienation: 26 Oct 1710 W1°. Hutcheson paid 13s/7p for 340 acres
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1710-1717 - Liber F - Folio 19: 11 Aug 1710
      From: William Hutcherson, Gentleman of Prince George's County, and Sarah his wife
      To: Hugh Ryley, planter of Prince George's County
      Hutcherson sold 300 acres of Scott's Lott for 340 acres of Ryley's Discovery formerly in Calvert now in Prince George's County; boundary beginning proved by oath of Ninian Beale and James Moore; bounded by land laid out for James Moore
      Signed: Wm. Hutcherson and Sarah Hutcherson
      Witnessed: Riohd. Edgar and Th°. Noble
      Memo: 23 Aug 1710 Wm. Taneyhill, attorney for William Hutcherson acknowledged deed before James Stoddart and Fred. Claudius
      Alienation: 2 Sep 1710 the sum of 12s for 300 acres paid by Hugh Ryley
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1710-1717 - Liber F - Folio 40: Lease, 30 Oct 1710
      From: William Hutcherson of Prince George's County, Gent.
      To: Samuel Thacker, planter of Prince George's County
      For 500 pounds of tobacco in cask yearly rent that part of Cersigfagsy that lyeth on the upper side of the Eastern Cabin Branch for 14 years
      Signed: William Hutcherson (seal)
      Witnessed: Charles Jones, Robt. Wade
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1710-1717 - Liber F - Folio 41: Articles of Agreement
      From: William Hutcherson of Prince George's County, Gent.
      To : Stephen Jerman, planter of Prince George's County
      Fifteen year lease of land called Saturday's Work for 500 pounds of tabocco in cask Signed: William Hutcherson (mark), Stephen Jerman (mark)
      Witnessed: Hugh Wallace, Thom. Noble
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1710-1717 - Liber F - Folio 44: 28 November 1710
      From: Andro Hamilton of Prince George's County, and Mary his wife
      To: William Hutcherson of Prince George's County
      For 55Łpaid by Hutcherson and William P. Compa, also 15Łto John Middleton for a book debt a tract of land called Wheeler's Hope purchased from John Middleton; bounded by Quarter Branch to main Piscataway main branch; 170 acres by conveyance from Middleton to Hamilton
      Signed: Andro Hamilton (seal), Mary Hamilton, (seal)
      Witnessed: James Stoddart, Will. Tannehill
      Alienation: 29 Nov 1710 the sum of 7s for 170 acres paid by Hutcherson
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1710-1717 - Liber F - Folio 64: Indenture, 27 Jan 1710
      From: William Hutcherson of Prince George's County, Gent.
      To: Coll. Thomas Addison of' Prince George's County, Gent.
      Hutcherson and Addison have equally disbursed considerable money and tobacco building a water mill, making of a water course and Wear's Dam on a tract of land called Carrick Fargus in Prince George's County inherited by Hutcherson; for 2602/6, Hutcherson sells his share to Addison including a tract of 20 acres of land where mill, dam, and watercourse are located
      Signed: William Hutcherson
      Witnessed: William Tanyhill, Thomas Fletchall
      Memo: 29 Jan 1710 acknowledged deed before Wm. Tanyhill and Henry Acton
      Alienation: 2 Jul 1714 Thomas Addison paid 4p; signed Charles Carroll
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1710-1717 - Liber F - Folio 72:
      Indenture, 15 Jan 1711
      From: William Hutcherson of Prince George's County, Gent.
      To: William Floyd, carpenter of Prince George's County
      A 21 year lease of a tract of land Harrard on the south side of the Piscataway Creek below the store landing; bounded by the main road, Licking Bank Branch; for payment of 600 pounds of good sound merchantable leaf tobacco in casks on the 10 of December yearly
      Signed: Wet. Hutcherson (seal)
      Witnessed: F. Wheeler, George Noble
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1710-1717 - Liber F - Folio 103:
      Lease, 10 Jan 1711
      From: William Hutcherson, merchant of Prince George's County
      To: James Gore, planter of Prince George's County
      A parcel of land on Rock Creek on the Potomoc River of 75 acres called Nine Yard leased for 10 years to Gore; first year rent free; to pay rent of 500 pounds of tobacco each year thereafter
      Signed: William Hutcherson (seal); James Gore (mark)
      Witnessed: George Noble, Charles Luck (mark)

      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1726-1730 - Liber M, Page 557
      Special Petition of Thomas Thompson and William Thompson 4th Tuesday Nov last:
      Charles, Lord Baltimore to George Noble, Peter Dent, Henry Massey and John Hawkins, Gent.; regarding boundaries of parcel called Air; depositions follow:
      Deposition of James Green, age ca 73; mentions 40 years ago John Thomason bought Air from William Hutchison
      Deposition of Francis Wheeler, age between 50 and 60 years; mentions James Green and John Thomas, Sr. and William Hutchison, decd
      Deposition of Giles Dirmillion, age ca 45; mentions James Green 30 years ago
      Deposition of James Green
      Deposition of Thomas Edelin, Sr., age ca 57; mentions old Thomas Frederick 25 years ago, James Green and John Thompson
      Deposition of Francis Birch, age ca 35; mentions his father was a tenant on John Thompson's part of sd. land
      Enrolled 25 Mar 1730
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 370
      Special petition of Randolph Brandt and Jacob Brandt 4th Tues Mar last:
      From Charles, Lord Baltimore, to George Noble, Peter Dent, John Edgar and Zephaniah Wade, Gent.; whereas Randolph Brandt and Jacob Brandt of Charles Co. seized of a parcel called Greenwick; request clarification of boundaries; depositions following:
      At Mr. Marshall's and from there, down river about a mile between a marsh and the riverside:
      Francis Wheeler, age ca 60; mentions Mr. Hutchison
      Robert Cloyd, age ca 50; mentions ca 28 years ago he being then a servant to William Hutchison
      John Queen, age ca 40 years; mentions Thomas Robins James Atcheson, age ca 44; mentions Brandt's land
      From thence up the river 1/2 miles above the dwelling house of Thomas Marshall:
      James Atcheson; mentions 25-26 years ago Brandt's Marsh Francis Wheeler; knows nothing
      Robert Cloyd; knows nothing
      John Queen; mentions Thomas Robins 18-19 years ago; mentions his father [unnamed] and James Wilson
      William Marshall, age ca 40 years; mentions Brandt's land Enrolled 5 Oct 1731

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