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

Charles Reid

Male - 1714

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  • Name Charles Reid 
    Gender Male 
    Died 11 Feb 1713/14  Prince George's County, Maryland - Inventory Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Buried London, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I044500  Tree1
    Last Modified 5 Feb 2019 

  • Notes 
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      Charles Reed 35A.331 I 3.18.3 Feb 11 1713
      Appraisers: Richard Grooms, Richard Rudyard.
      Creditors: Charles Manley.
      Charles Read (planter) 35A.297 A PG 2.18.3 5.19.4 Mar 19 1713
      Received from: Richard Harriss.
      Payments to: John Middleton, James More, Jr., Thomas Manly, Benjamin Berry. Administrator: John Midleton (also John Middleton).
      Prince George's Land Records 1710-1717 - Liber F - Folio 110: Indenture, 8 May 1711
      From: James Wallace, merchant of Prince George's County
      To: John Hyde of Poplar in the County of Middlesex, merchant
      Obligation dated 1 Oct 1707 for "the penal sum of 2,000 conditioned for the payment of I, 088 with interest" bearing name of John Hyde, merchant of the City of London; a parcel of land being part of two tract of land formerly taken up by James Moore lying in Prince George's County in the freshes of the Patuxent; one called Four Hills of 185 acres, the other Pattertonk; bounded by St. Charles Branch, land owned by Jeremiah Sullivan, David Small, James Moore; one other parcel called Venial originally taken up by Richard Fouke for 200 acres which he let fault; then granted to Henry Guttridge; transferred to William Harbert of Charles County; one tract surveyed for James Wallace called The Grange on the north side of the east branch of the Potomoc River; including white servants John Bryan and Peter Gorden, several Negro servants, and livestock
      Signed: James Wallace (seal)
      Witnessed: Daniell Watts, William Laws, Thomas Birch, Charles Reid
      Prince George's Land Records 1710-1717 - Liber F - Folio 118: 8 May 1711
      James Wallace, merchant of Maryland, indebted to John Hyde of Poplar in Middlesex County for the sum of 227; on 23 Jul 1704 William Chessor Taylor of Prince George's County became bound to James Wallace in the penal sum of 40 on condition of payment of 20 due 1 July 1705; Charles Reid, merchant late of Prince George's County and now of London owes Wallace the produce of the cargo and the with servants together with 70 head of black cattle and 30 head of hogs, the "beats, sloops and goods" of the said James Wallace in Prince George's County or elsewhere in the said province and all household stuff linen woolen pewter brass and all household and other goods and things in a certain tenament erected on land called Foxes Denn (Ed: A very confusing document!)
      Signed: James Wallace
      Witnessed: Daniel Watts, Wm. Lane, Thos. Burch, Charles Reid
      Prince George's Land Records 1710-1717 - Liber F - Folio 121: Articles of Agreement, 9 May 1711
      Between: Gilbert Higginson, merchant of London
      And: Charles Reid, merchant of London, factor for Higginson to Maryland in America
      Higginson shipped sundry goods and merchandise amounting to 466 on the good ship Ardam, Richard Reid, master, bound for Maryland; to be held by Capt. John Murdock of Maryland for security until Charles Reid can proved he is not indebted to James Wallace; Thomas Addison, William Hutcheson or any other person of credit & substance shall stand security for Reid
      Signed: Gilbert Higginson (seal)
      Witnessed: Richard Reid, Samuel Perris, Edward James; notarized by Robert Torrens, Notary Public
      Prince George's Land Records 1710-1717 - Liber F - Folio 124: Indenture, 14 May 1711
      Between: John Hide of London, merchant
      And: Charles Reid of Patuxent River in Prince George's County, merchant
      James Wallace, merchant of Prince George's County, agrees to pay any money owing Charles Reid to James Wallace for the balance of the amount owed him; Charles Reid to receive the remainder; John Bradford of Patuxent River attorney or agent for James Wallace; Charles Reid states he paid Edward Jones, carpenter of Prince George's County, the sum of 34117s/7p and to John Cumberland, planter of Prince George's County, the sum of 7f/lls/4p
      Signed: John Hide (seal)
      Witnessed: John Porterfield, Thomas Birch, The. Dagdale
      1 Apr 1710 Robt. Roger discharges debt of Charles Reid; accepts bend which may be discharged for money due to him in Scotland; signed in London

      Prince George's Land Records 1710-1717 - Liber F -folio 233: Indenture, 26 Mar 1713
      From: Henry Boteler of Prince George's County
      To: Charles Reid of Prince George's County
      For 165 Boteler sold lots 30 in Charles Town including house or houses
      Signed: Henry Boteler (seal)
      Witnessed: James Stoddert, J. Gerrard