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

Samuel Mansell

Male Bef 1726 - Aft 1769  (> 44 years)


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  • Name Samuel Mansell 
    Born Bef 1726  Anne Arundel County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died Aft Nov 1769  Frederick County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I064548  Tree1
    Last Modified 14 Dec 2018 

    Mother Anne Arundel Co. Mansell 
    Family ID F30756  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • === Contributed by Ralph D. Smith

      1746-1748 - Samuel Mansell patented the following land in Anne Arundel Co., Md.:
      --Apr. 3, 1746, "Chance," 42 acres;
      --Apr. 4, 1746, "Mansell's Range," 77 acres;
      --Jan. 18, 1748, "Mansell's Range Addn.," 107 acres.
      Source: Coldham, Peter W., "Settlers of Maryland, 1731-1750," p. 147.

      1752-1765 - Samuel Mansell patented the following land in Anne Arundel Co., Md.:
      --Oct. 19, 1752, "Mansell's Defence," 1364 acres;
      --Nov. 16, 1754, "Defence Addition," 2384 acres;
      --Nov. 12, 1756, "Find It If You Can," 5 acres;
      --Nov. 25, 1756, "Additional Chance," 200 acres;
      --Nov. 18, 1758, "Look Sharp," 243 acres;
      --Jan. 8, 1763, "Pillaged Land," 55 acres;
      --Sep. 19, 1765, "Range Declined," 2770 acres;
      --May 8, 1765, "Who Knows the Worth of It," 50 acres.
      Source: Coldham, Peter W., "Settlers of Maryland, 1751-1765," pp. 181-2.

      June 1755 - Frederick Co., Md. Court. Samuel Mansell vs. Christopher Lowry.
      Source: Frederick Co., Md. Court, Judgment Record, Index to the 1754-1755 volume (p. 822).

      Oct. 31, 1765 - Samuel Mansell, of Ann Arundel Co., planter, deeds to Samuel Chase of Annapolis, attorney, part of "Range Declined" (376 acres) in Ann Arundel Co. granted to him in 1765. No wife waives dower.
      Source: Archives of Maryland, Vol. 725 (Provincial Court Land Records, 1765-1770), pp. 16-19.

      1768-1771 - The following tracts of land were patented to Samuel Mansell in Anne Arundel Co., Md.
      --July 11, 1768, "Mill Land," 25 acres;
      --Dec. 1, 1769, "Windsor Forest," 1434 acres;
      --Dec. 6, 1769, "Great While at Rest," 25 acres;
      --June 7, 1770, "Brentwood Forest," 25 acres;
      --Aug. 10, 1771, "Henry's United Friendship," 312 acres.
      Source: Coldham, Peter W., "Settlers of Maryland, 1766-1783," p. 100.

      Nov. 1766 - The Frederick Co., Md. administration account of John Warfield shows that Warfield's estate made a payment to Samuel Mansell.
      Source: Skinner, V. L., Jr., "Abstracts of the Administration Accounts of the Prerogative Court of Maryland, 1764-1768," p. 75.

      Nov. 1769 - Jacob Hamm (wife Barbara) of Frederick Town, for 300 pounds, sells lot #90 in Frederick Town to Samuel Mansel.
      Source: Frederick Co., Md. Land Records, Liber M, pp. 674-5.

      Nov. 24, 1769 - Samuel Mansell, of Frederick Co., merchant, to Benjamin Gassaway, of Ann Arundel Co., planter, correction of a June 3, 1768 deed of land erroneously called "Look Sharpe" but properly called "Windsor Forrest," lying in Ann Arundel Co. on the drafts of Plummers Branch (100 acres.) Susanna, wife of Samuel, releases dower.
      Source: Archives of Maryland, Vol. 725 (Provincial Court Land Records, 1765-1770), pp. 624-6.

      Dec. 8, 1769 - Michael Snider of Frederick Co., for 50 pounds, sells lot #287 in Additional Lots in Frederick Town to Samuel Mansell.
      Source: Frederick Co., Md. Land Records, Liber N, p. 3.

      Dec. 9, 1769 - Samuel Mansell of Frederick Town, for 50 pounds, sells lot #287 in Additional Lots in Frederick Town to Jacob Karn.
      Source: Frederick Co., Md. Land Records, Liber N, pp. 2-3.
      Comment: No wife waives dower.