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

Anne MNU Ingram

Female - Aft 1667


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  • Name Anne MNU Ingram 
    Born Somerset County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Female 
    Died Aft Jul 1667 
    Person ID I107975  Tree1
    Last Modified 15 Aug 2022 

    Family Robert Ingram,   b. Bef 1625,   d. Bef Jul 1667, Somerset County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age < 42 years) 
    Last Modified 15 Aug 2022 
    Family ID F20061  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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      James Hughes 2006-01-25 15:03:15
      Somerset County Court Proceedings (1665-1668) Volume 54, Page 676 Liber B No. 1

      Knowe All Men by these presents that I Anne Ingram Widowe Late wife of Robert Ingram of the Countie of Somersett in the province of Maryland deceased Doe out of my tender Care of my said Chilldren that the Lord hath given me by My said Loving husband Robert Ingram who Leaving mee visibly blessed of an estate I doe therefore giue & make over unto my said Chilldren as Foll: vizt

      I giue & make over unto my sonne John Ingram one yearling browne heifer with a white starr in her forehead Marked as Foll: vizt Cropt of both ears & three slitts on the left ear with all her Increase both Male & Female untill he attaineth to the age of twenty one years And then to Haue & to Hold both male & female & to inioy & dispose of as his proper goods for ever

      I giue & make over unto my sonne James Ingram one browne Cowe Calfe with a white starr in her forehead Marked as Foll: vizt Cropt of both ears & two slitts of the left ear with all her Increase both Male & Female untill he attaineth to the age of twenty one yeares And then To Haue & to hold both male & Female & to Inioy & dispose of as his proper goods forever;

      I giue & make over unto my sonne Robert Ingram one Cowe Calf e marked as Foll: vizt; Cropt of both ears & one slitt in each ear with all her Female Increase untill he attaineth to the age of eighteene yeares of age And then To haue & to hold both male & Female & to Inioy & dispose of as his proper goods for ever These Cattle to run in a stock amongst my owne for the use & bennefitt of my said Children afor emecioned untill they Come to the ages aboue recited; And if one of my said chilldren shoulld dye within those yeares before mencioned then the other two surveyvors is to enioy the whole & if two shoulld dye the third to enioy the whole & if they all dye then the estate to fall to the giver againe & be at her disposeing; Moreover itt is my will & pleasure that none of my aforesd Chilldren shall dispose of any of the Cattle untill they come to the ages before recited without my Consent or their guardians And that if they Increase to many, itt shall be at my pleasure to Convert them to other use for the bennefltt of my chilldren without disturbance or Molestacon from any persons whatsoever these Cattle before mencioned
      I Anne Ingram their Mother doe Freely & absolutely giue unto my said Chilldren their heires executrs & admrs for ever peaceable & quietly to Inioy as their proper goods at the times before specified & for performance whereof I haue hereunto sett my hand & seale this six day of July in the year of Or Lord one thousand six hundred sixty seaven Anne Ingram
      Signed sealed & delivered
      in the Presence of Randall Revell
      Henry Lewis Thomas Covington
      delivered to be recorde the day & yeare aboue written

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