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

John Carmack

Male 1742 - 1796  (54 years)

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  • Name John Carmack 
    Born 12 May 1742  All Saints Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died Dec 1796  Woodsboro, Frederick County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I069920  Tree1
    Last Modified 18 Dec 2018 

    Mother Jane McDaniel,   b. Cecil County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F05376  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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      CARMACK, WILLIAM, Frederick Co., farmer. 3 Jan. 1776; 31 May 1776
      To son Aquila Carmack (after wiles 1/3 part is taken out) part of tract Resurvey on Spring Garden' and part of tract Lubberland' containing 624 acres, stock, furniture.
      To son William Carmack, rest of 'Resurvey on Spring Garden and rest of 'Lubberland, stock, furniture.
      To son Levy Carmack, tract 'Camacks Chance,' stock, furniture.
      After my wifes 1/3 part is deducted and all legacies paid the residue to be equally divided between all my children, Sarah Brightwell, Cornelius, William, Evans, John, Levy and Aquila.
      Wife, Jane Carmack and son William Carmack, Exs.
      Wit: Caleb Richards; Edward Richards; Daniel Richards. 41. 197
      HEAD, JOHN, Frederick Co. 25 Jan. 1775; 23 March 1775
      To mother: (unnamed) 10 yearly and to have a house built for her by my brother Biger Head for life.
      To sister Ann, 30.
      To bro. William Head, 15 and servant woman.
      To bro. and sister: Edward and Mary, 30 each.
      To bro. Biger Head, all my lands and furniture belonging provided he pay above money to sisters, brothers and mother.
      To cousin Martha Willson, 25 and 1 horse to be paid by my brother Biger when she comes of age.
      Brothers William and Biger Head, Exs.
      Wit: John Carmack; Jno, Currans; George Riddle. 40. 556
      WOLFE, PAUL, Frederick Co., farmer. 28 June 1775; 24 July 1775
      To son Jacob Wolfe, ex., tracts, School House Lott, The Resurvey on Macky Choice,' bounded by tract "Long Snake,' tract "Welch Cabbin' that joins tract "Bare Dam," if he die without issue to my 2 daughters Mary Carmack and Sarah Carmack, during life then to their children.
      To son-in-law and dau. Evan Carmack and Mary his wife, tracts, part of "Mackyrs Choice" and tract that lies South East and North East of tract Ernests Choice, tract "Bedford" conveyed to me by Edward Digges and Normand Bruce and tract "Addition to Clarks Discovery,' when they die to their children except daughter Sarah who has already been provided for.
      To son-in-law and dau. John Carmack, Ex., and Sarah his wife, tracts, part of tract Welch Cabbin," part of tract "Resurvey on Macky's Choice, part of Long Snake and when they die to their children.
      To granddau. Sarah Carmack, daughter of Evan Carmack and Mary his wife, remaining part of "Welch Cabbin and remaining part of "Long Snake' and tract Resurvey on This or None.
      To son and 2 daus: (unnamed) remainder of lands to be sold and money equally and personal estate equally.
      Wife, Margaret, extx.
      Wit: John Mefford; Joseph Wood, Jr.; John Banger. 40. 557
      Paul Wolf 120.253 FR 350,11.8 Jul 28 1775 Nov 3 1775
      Appraisers: Joseph Wood, Jr., John Mefford.
      Next of kin: Even Carmack.
      Executors: Jacob Wolf, John Carmack, Jr.
      BEATTY, THOMAS, Frederick Co. Feb, 1768; 8 Apr, 1769
      Wife: Mary.
      Children: Thomas, James, Sarah, Charles, Susannah Maynard, wife of Nathan Maynard.
      Friends: Daniel Richards and John Carmack, to act as attorney for wife.
      Exs : Wife Mary, and son Chas.
      Wit: Wm. and John Beatty, John Middach. 37. 225