Elisha HoskinsonBef 1716 - Aft 1764 (> 50 years)
Name Elisha Hoskinson Birth Bef 1716 Rock Creek Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland Gender Male Death Aft 1764 Frederick County, Maryland Person ID I107527 Tree1 Last Modified 26 Nov 2023
Father Thomas Hoskinson, b. 1 Feb 1678, Preston, Lancashire County, England d. Aft 1743, Prince George's County, Maryland (Age > 66 years) Relationship natural Mother Jane Moore, b. Abt May 1686, Prince George's County, Maryland Relationship natural Marriage Bef 1716 Prince George's County, Maryland Family ID F27084 Group Sheet | Family Chart
Family Anne MNU Hoskinson, b. Bef 1720 d. Aft 1757, Frederick County, Maryland (Age > 39 years) Marriage Bef 1746 Prince George's County, Maryland Children 1. Ruth Hoskinson, b. Abt 1746, Prince George's County, Maryland d. Aft 1792, Prince George's County, Maryland (Age ~ 47 years) [Father: natural] 2. Agnes Hoskinson, b. 1748, Prince George's County, Maryland d. 6 Apr 1813, Prince George's County, Maryland - probate (Age 65 years) [Father: natural] 3. Elisha Hoskinson, b. Bef 1757, Frederick County, Maryland [Father: natural] Family ID F25007 Group Sheet | Family Chart Last Modified 26 Nov 2023
Charles Hoskinson 84,184 FR £32.11,2 1764 Jul 10 1764
Appraisers: John Dowden, John Veatch.
Creditors: Robert Peter for John Glassford & Co., Nicholas Beale (son of Nicholas Beale)
Next of kin: John Hoskinson, Elisha Hoskinson.
Administratrix: Elisabeth Hoskinson.
BEALL, WILLIAM SENR of Frederick County. Will dtd. 18 Jan. 1756,
sick. Wife Elizabeth and son Alexander exec. All the tract I live on,
being part of Friendship of 290a and 66a of Hills and Dales to be sold
to pay my debts. To dau. Margarett Beall, wife of Andrew: part of
Discontent, being 110a; the land lies on Watts Brarich and was given
long ago, but not conveyed. Executor to convey by a fee simple to
William Shaw Senr. of Frederick Co. part of William and Elizabeth,
being 14a. Also part of said tract to Stephen Lanham of Prince
George's Co. To son Richard: part of Fatt Oxen, being 55a. Residue
to wife Elizabeth for life, but desire that she shall pay my son William
within 2 years after my death enough money to procure him lOOa of
land; after her death, rest of estate equally between dau. Jemima Beall,
Elizabeth IIarding, and son William Beall. /s/ William Beall. Wit: Nathl
Beall Senr., Samuel1 Blackmore, Elisha Hoskinson. Proved 3 March
1756 by Heall and Blackmore. (pp 89-90)
1748-1752 Frederick County MD Land Records
pg. 66. Samuel Richardson, bill of sale recorded, 17 Aug. 1749. I John Bell Taylor of FC, for 75 pounds 19 shillings whole gold money, on the lOth August last past, did then for security of the same make a deed of sale to the said Samuel Richardson; now know, whereas the said Samuel Richardson to not think himself sufficiently secured by the before recited deed therefor I the said John Bell Taylor, acknowledges as further security, one Negro woman named Dinah and also one Negro child named Lucy. Signed John Bell, before Elisha Hoskinson; and Ann Hoskinson by mark.
1757-1759 Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records Liber PP [Abstract by Mike Marshall]; Page 38. At the request of Alexander Jackson the following Deed was recorded October 11, 1757
Indenture made August 13, 1757; Elisha Hoskinson of Frederick County, Maryland in consideration of 11 pound current money of Maryland and 1 barrell of corn paid by Alexander Jackson has sold a tract called "Beall's Mistake" containing 40 acres and bounded by "Elizabeth's Delight". Signed Elisha Hoskinson in the presence of and acknowledged before John Cooke, Christopher Lowndes and at the same time Ann Hoskinson w/o Elisha Hoskinson relinguished her right of dower
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