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

John Heabeard Truman Stoddert Mitchell

Male Abt 1785 - 1815  (~ 30 years)


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  • Name John Heabeard Truman Stoddert Mitchell 
    Born Abt 1785  Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died Jan 1815  Charles County, Maryland - inventory Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I103342  Tree1
    Last Modified 18 Jan 2022 

    Father John Gen. Mitchell,   b. 1760, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 11 Oct 1812, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 52 years) 
    Relationship unknown 
    Mother Lucy Heabeard Stoddert,   b. Aft 1768, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 9 Sep 1794, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age < 24 years) 
    Relationship unknown 
    Married Abt 1784  Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F9500  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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      Surname First Name Second Other Page document Description Film Reels MSA Citation

      Mitchell John Heabeard Truman Stoddert 48 Inventory 1815-1818 Charles County MD Inventories & Accounts Cr39595-1 MSA CM366-15 / MSA CM386-16
      Mitchell John Heabeard Truman Stoddert 497 1st A/C 1815-1818 Charles County MD Inventories & Accounts Cr39595-1 MSA CM366-15 / MSA CM386-16
      Mitchell John Heabeard Truman Stoddert 134 Addl A/C 1818-1822 Charles County MD Inventories & Accounts Cr39595-2 MSA CM366-16 / MSA CM386-17
      Mitchell John Heabeard Truman Stoddert 294 2nd Addl A/C 1818-1822 Charles County MD Inventories & Accounts Cr39595-2 MSA CM366-16 / MSA CM386-17
      Mitchell John Heabeard Truman Stoddert 367 3rd Addl A/C 1824-1825 Charles County MD Inventories & Accounts pp. 354-418 (HB-14) Cr49157-2 MSA CM366-18 / MSA CM386-19
      Mitchell John Heabeard Truman Stoddert 45 4th Addl & Final A/C 1825-1829 Charles County MD Administrative Accounts WK 247-248-1 MSA CM366-19
      Mitchell John Heabeard Truman Stoddert 465 Reappraisement & Distribution 1825-1829 Charles County MD Inventories WK 253-254-1 MSA CM386-20

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      Charles County Maryland Will Book AI-10, 1788-1791; Page 47.
      Catharine Mitchell's Will.
      I, Catharine Mitchell of CC, am very sick and weak in body but of sound & disposing mind, memory, & understanding.
      To my daughter Mary Mitchell - I want my Negroes Venus & Poll & my 2 horses, to be sold, to the best advantage, by my executor & the money arising from such sale, with what is due to me, after my just debts are paid, shall be put out at interest until my daughter Mary Mitchell shall arrive to the age of 16 years, the interest to be applied in maintaining and educating her during her minority & the principal to be paid unto her on her arrival at age as afd.
      To my brother Walter Hanson Stone all my household furniture except a bed and furniture & a mahogany desk.
      To my daughter Mary Mitchell my Negro boy George, a bed and furniture, a mahogany desk, my wearing apparel, and the rest of my estate. If Mary dies without lawful issue before she arrives at age as afd, then I give my brother David Stone my mahogany desk and to Sarah Hanson (daughter of Hoskins Hanson) my brocade sack & coat, to my sister, Jannet Muschett's daughter (not yet Christened) my Negro boy George & a stone gold ring, to my nephew Heberd Mitchell, a plain gold ring, to my cousin Elizabeth H. Muschett, a locket, to my brother Walter Hanson Stoner's], two children, Samuel & Nancy, 35 £current money each, to my brother Alexander Stone, 10 £current money, & the residue of my estate, in case of my daughter's death as afd, I give to my brothers & sisters, to wit, John Mitchell, Walter Hanson Stone, David Stone, Alexander Stone, Jannet Muschett, & Sarah Stone, to be equally divided amongst them.
      Executor: my uncle Hoskins Hanson & guardian to my daughter. Signed Jun 15, 1788 - Caty Mitchell. Wit - Mungo Muschett, John Muschett.
      Probated on Feb 10, 1789 by both witnesses. Sworn before Daniel Jenifer, Richard Barnes, Henry Barnes, gentlemen

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      Charles County Maryland Will Book AL-12, 1801-1808, {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 256.
      William McBayne alias McGray, Will, January 14, 1804; April 22, 1805
      I, William McBain alias McGray of CC, Planter, being of perfect health of body and of sound and disposing mind, memory and understanding;
      To wife Ann, all my personal property (except negroes George & Lewis and 110 pounds which I shall hearafter mention) during her natural life and disposed of at her death as she may think proper.
      To wife Ann, the use of negroes George & Lewis during her natural life and then to my three daughers; Margaret, Sarah and Elizabeth for their joint support during their single life.
      To son Thomas, 110 pounds current money of Maryland, to be paid at 21yrs.
      Executor: Ann McBayne
      Signed: January 14, 1804 William McBain alias McGray
      Wit: John Hebbert Truman Stoddert Mitchell, Muncaster Moredock {Murdock}, John Mitchell
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      Charles County Maryland Will Book HBBH-13, 1808-1817; {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 191.
      General John Mitchell, Will, February 11, 1804; November 14, 1812
      I, John Mitchell of CC, planter, being indisposed, but of sound mind, memory and understanding;
      Item, the crop of tobacco and wheat shall be first sold to discharge my debts.
      To eldest son John Truman Stoddert Heaberd Mitchell, negroes Spencer and Sophia, 1 good feather bed, bedstead and furniture complete, my clock and book case, 1 table and 4 windor chairs, 2 cows and calves, a young black mare and her colt now at Smiths Point plantation, the cart and 1 yoke steers and all the plantation utensils on the said plantation, 1 riding horse. Also 1/6 part of negro John, a gift from Richard Barnes Sr. to his grandson William Alexander Mitchell, now deceased, I give him in lieu negro Davie the son of Sophia.
      Item: knowing as I do my said eldest sons affection for his mother and little brothers and sisters, I fondly hope he will continue it after my decease; and most earnestly recommend them to his care and protection as they may perhaps sometimes stand in need of a friend and protector.
      To son Richard Henry Barnes Mitchell, negro Allen, in lieu of his 1/6 part of negro John, also negro boy, {new born} son of Pegy.
      To daughter Mary Ann Mitchell, a riding horse, side saddle and bridle complete in lieu of her 1/6 part of negro John.
      To daughter Elizabeth Mitchell, negro Ammey in lieu of her 1/6 part of negro John, and when at age of 12 years, 1 riding horse, saddle and bridle to her.
      To son Walter Hanson Jenifer Mitchell, the said negro John agreeably to the last request of his deceased brother William Alexander Mitchell whose property he was to him and his heirs, also negro Phil.
      To wife Catharine Mitchell, during her life of widowhood, the plantation whereon I now dwell, and all the residue of my property soever for her support and the maintenance and education of my two sons Richard and Walter and my two daughters Mary Ann and Elizabeth, and after her death to said sons Richard and Walter.
      Executors: wife Catharine Mitchell, friends Daniel Jenifer and David Stone
      Signed: February 11, 1804 John Mitchell
      Wit: Doctor Samuel Hanson, Muncaster Murdock, Thomas Murdock
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      Charles County Land Records 1792-1796; Liber N#4; Page 296. Power of Attorney. We, the heirs of the late General William Smallwood, for divers good causes, and putting trust in the abilities and integrity of William Smoot of CC, have appointed William Smoot our lawful attorney, to receive the rents due on the estate of sd, General William Smallwood, and to take all legal steps to recover the same from the several tenants for all rents and arrearages of rent, and to pay the same to John Mitchell_ we will pay Smoot 10% on all the sums paid us. Signed Sep 9, 1794 - P.H. Smallwood, {mm note: Priscilla Heabeard} George R. Leiper for self & guardian for George & Robert Grayson & attorney in fact for Bernard Moore; John Mitchell, guardian to his son, John H.T.S. Mitchell. Wit - W. Swan, John Courts as to Miss Smallwood's and Mr. Leiper's signatures; Joel Munson as to John Mitchell. Recorded Sep 15, 1794.

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      James Hughes 2005-08-15 18:21:48
      It appears from the records that Warrant Number 656, for 1100 acres of bounty land was issued May 1, 1816, on account of the services of William Smallwood, of Maryland, Major General, War of the Revolution. There are no details in reguard to his services and the date and place of his birth are not shown.
      Said warrant was issued in behalf of the following heirs: Priscilla Courts, sister to the soldier, who married John Courts: John Truman Stoddert, of Port Tobacco, Maryland, a minor, only child of William Truman Stoddert, a son of Lucy, a sister of the soldier, who married John Truman Stoddert: George Robert Leiper, and Lucy, his sister, the wife of Bernard Moore, only descendants of Elizabeth, another sister of the soldier, who married James Leiper: George Washington Grayson, Robert Harrison Grayson, a minor, children of Eleanor, another sister of the soldier, who married William Grayson: John Heberd Truman Stoddert Mitchell, a minor, son of John Mitchell who married Lucy Heberd Truman Stoddert, the daughter of Margaret Smallwood, another sister of the soldier, who married Walter Truman Stoddert.

      Source:
      Rev War Land Bounty Warrant

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