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

Henry Wimsatt

Male 1734 - 1762  (~ 27 years)


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  • Name Henry Wimsatt 
    Born Dec 1734  St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 15 Jun 1762  St. Mary's County, Maryland - Inventory Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I062158  Tree1
    Last Modified 18 Dec 2018 

    Father Richard Wimsatt,   b. Abt 1701, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 26 Feb 1753, St. Mary's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 52 years) 
    Family ID F11366  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      Henry Wimsatt 80,144 SM 306.8,6 Jun 15 1762 Mar 12 1762
      Appraisers: Stourton Edwards, James Pike.
      Creditors: Joseph Medley, John Manning.
      Next of kin: Robert Wimsatt, James Wimsatt,
      Administratrix: Frances Wimsatt.
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      Henry Wimsett 49.618 A SM 306.8.6 50.4.9 May 20 1763
      Payments to: Timothy Bowes, James James Roach, John Cole, Joseph Medley, John Manning, Dr. James Bate, James Gough, Normand Bruce, Normand Bruce for Stephen Bordley, Esq., Normand Bruce for Nathaniel Truman Greenfield.
      Administratrix: Frances Wimsett.
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      WIMSETT, RICHARD. 10 Feb 1752; 26 Feb 1752, proved in St Mary's Court.
      To 1st son Richd. Wimsett tract that was my father's called Willis. Indeavor, 125 A.
      To 2nd sons Robert and Henry dwelling plantation, 241 A., called 'Wimsetts Frolick."
      To 4th son Ignatious Wimsett 20 pounds of Maryland.
      To four daus: Mary, Monica, Dorothy and Susanna Wimsett, furniture.
      To spouse Teresa Wimset, furniture.
      Wife Teresa and my two first sons Ricd. and Robt. Wimsett, ex.
      Wit: Peter Ford, Ignatius Jarbo, William Jackson, Robt. Wimsett. 28. 249
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      Richard Wimsatt 34.148 A SM 251.8.1 287.11.0 Apr 15 1753
      Sureties: Benjamin Fenwick, Ignatious Jarbo.
      Received from: Sarah Cessell, Thomas Yates, Robert Ford.
      Payments to: Thomas Blackhust, Stourt. Edwards, William Greenwell, Abraham Barnes, Elinor Read, Young Parran due to Lord Baltimore, Henry Greenwell, Mev. Lock, Henry Jernegan, James Smith, Thomas James, Elisabeth Davis, Robert Wimsatt (accountant).
      Distribution to: widow (unnamed, 1/3), Residue to (orphans): Richard Wimsatt (at age), Robert Wimsatt (at age), Henry Wimsatt (aged 18), Ignatious Wimsatt (aged 13), Mary Wimsatt (at age), Monica Wimsatt (at age), Dorothy Wimsatt (aged 11), Susannah Wimsatt (aged 8).
      Executors: Tereitia Wimsatt, Richard Wimsatt, Robert Wimsatt.
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      Herbert, Mark, St. Mary's Co., 14th Feb., 1738 ; 19th Sept., 1738
      To William Williams and hrs., part of "Herbert's Greef" for satisfaction already received.
      To John Cole of Brittain's Bay, residue of sd. tract.
      To Henry Wenset and hrs., all land taken up by testator
      To the eastward of "Nun's Qake" and northward of
      To Schocks Park" for satisfaction received.
      To bros. Francis and Matthew, personalty.
      To James Duff, personalty.
      To the poor, 5 bbls. of corn.
      To wife, Elizabeth, 1/2 of personal estate and use of residue, during widowhood. At her death or remarriage to be divided between child. of bro. Francis.
      Exs.: Wife Elizabeth and bro. Francis.
      Test: John Lucas, Charles King, Jr., and Edward Cole. 22. 101.
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      William Meken 43.269 SM 86.1.2 May 2 1750 Jun 5 1750
      Appraisers: John Cole, Henry Wensitt.
      Creditors: Abraham Barnes, Nathan T. Greenfield.
      Next of kin: Tersa Meken, Catharine Pye, William Meken.
      Administratrix/Executrix: Elisabeth Medley.
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      Jean Hambleton 31.58 A SM 22.2.3 40.13.10 Aug 8 1751
      Sureties: John Power, John Johnson.
      Received from: John Edwards, John Barber, Richard Cook, John Clark, Francis Key, Hudson Watthan, Richard Key, Samuel Sothorn, Thomas Reeder, Thomas Davawn, William Harrisson, William Hoult, William Moor, Thomas Jones, Richard Wainright, Thomas Barber, Michael Branson, Baptis Barber, John Reaves, Gilbert Ireland, Henry & John Nichols, Edward Barber, William Chesher, Joseph Javins, Vincin Taylor, Clement Spaulding, Leonard Mattingly, Richard Cooper, Edward Welsh, Walter Brisco, Henry Winsett, Joseph Watson, Henry How, Thomas
      Mattingly, John Mason, John Cawood, Cornelius Barber, Joseph Blockson, Dennis Tippett, Philip Tippett, John Williams, James Cook, Birch Swann, Francis Clark, James Taylor, John Johnson, James Stevens, Joshua Lofland, John Smith, John Cropson, John Chunn, John Cook, Thomas Nettle, Hezekiah Brisco, Robert Cole, Joseph Tippett, William Reaves, Leonard Brisco, Zachariah Bond, Jr., Luke Gardiner, Samuel Higgs, Mathew Compton, John Eden.
      Payments to: Mr. Philip Key, William McWilliams, William Bond, John Eden.
      Distribution to (all of full age): William Hambleton (accountant), John
      Hambleton, Ann Hambleton (daughter) wife of Joseph Hopkins.
      Administrator: William Hambleton.
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      === Contributed by Ralph D. Smith
      Apr. 1741 - Henry Wimsatt appraises the St. Mary's Co., Md.
      inventory of Rebecca Coulter.
      Source: Skinner, V. L., Jr., "Abstracts of the Inventories
      of the Prerogative Court of Maryland, 1738-1744," p. 53.
      Comment: See the next record which gives the deceased
      Rebecca a different surname.

      Apr. 1744 - Henry Wimsatt appraises the St. Mary's Co., Md.
      inventory of Rebecca Calten.
      Source: Skinner, V. L., Jr., "Abstracts of the Inventories
      of the Prerogative Court of ~Iaryland, 1738-1744," p. Ill.

      May 1751 - The St. Mary's Co., Md. administration account
      of Matthew Daft shows that Daft's estate made a payment to
      Henry Winsitt.
      Source: Skinner. V. L., Jr., "Abstracts of the
      Administration Accounts of the Prerogative Court of Maryland,
      1750-1754," p. 36

      1753-1758 - The St. Mary's Co Md. Debt Books of 1753-1758
      show that in each of these years Henry Wimsatt owned:
      --"Herbert's Grief," 44 acres;
      --part of "Nun's Oak." 20 acres.
      Source: Reno, Linda D. "Debt Books of St. Mary's County.
      Maryland. 1753-1758," pp. 26, 65, 103, 141, 181, and 224.
      Comment: In 1758. Henry's 44 acres is called "part of
      Herbert's Grief." "Herbert's Grief," containing 147 acres
      in St. Mary's Co . Md. consisting of 2 parcels of vacant
      land adjoining "Schoks Park," was surveyed for and patented
      to Mark Herbert in, respectively, June 1736 and Aug. 1737.
      "Nunns Oak." a 300 acre tract in New Town Hundred of St.
      Mary's Co., Md., was surveyed July 1647 for John Nunn in
      Brittain's Bay. Re "Herbert's Grief" and "Nun's Oak." see
      the Feb. 1738/9 record above.

      July 1754 - The St. Mary's Co., Md. administration account
      of Benjamin Salley shows that Salley's estate received a
      payment from Henry Wimsatt.
      Source: Skinner. V. L., Jr . "Abstracts of the
      Administration Accounts of the Prerogative Court of Maryland,
      1750-1754," p. 160.

      Dec. 1754 - The St. Mary's Co., Md. administration account
      of Robert Ford shows that Ford's estate received a payment
      from Henry Winsted.
      Source: Skinner, V. L., Jr., "Abstracts of the
      Administration Accounts of the Prerogative Court of ~laryland.
      1750-1754," p. 173.