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

William Austin

Male - Aft 1707


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  • Name William Austin 
    Gender Male 
    Died Aft 7 Aug 1707  Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I108588  Tree1
    Last Modified 4 Aug 2022 

    Family Anne Rought,   b. Calvert County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 7 Aug 1707, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married Bef 7 Aug 1707  Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 4 Aug 2022 
    Family ID F47207  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 171a: Indenture, 8 Feb 1704
      From: Anne Walker of Prince George's County
      To: Cap't George Harris, merchant of Prince George's County
      Anne being the only daughter and heir at law of the late William Rought of Calvert County for 108 for a 10 acre tract of land called Twiner on the west of side of the Patuxent River formerly in Calvert now in Prince George's County; bounded by the Patuxent River
      Signed: Anne Walker (mark)
      Witnessed: Mary Cecil' (mark), Rice Owen (mark) and Josh's Cecell
      Memorandum: Anne Walker examined 26 Feb 1704 by Robert Bradly and James Stoddart
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      Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 210: Indenture, 1 Aug 1707
      From. William Austin and Anne his wife of Prince George's County
      to George Harris, merchant of Prince George's County
      Anne being the only daughter and heir-at-law of the late William Rought of Calvert County; for 48£a 3 acre parcel of land part of Twiner formerly owned by William Rought; lying on the west tide of the Patuxent River in Prince George's County formerly in Calvert County; bounded by the Main swamp of King's Creek, Nottingham Town, Mr. Bradford's Lot; formerly sold by Anne Walker now wife of William Austin
      Witnessed: Thomas Greenfeild, Frederick Claudius, and Wm. Joseph
      Memorandum: 7 Aug 1707 William and Anne Austin examined by above witnesses
      Mention: 10 Jul 1708 the sum of Is/9p paid by Cap. George Harris
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      Early Landowners - Calvert Co Md - Hall
      Austin, William
      XXTwiford Part Of 3/23/1710 — 70a's. PL2/143 SR7462
      Location: South side of The Patuxent River near Mattapony by the riverside adjoining the land of Robert Hooker. Also adjoins Baker Brook's tract of land called Brookfield.
      Note: Twiford, originally patented by George Collins (probably as Twiver) in 1673 (4327/69). It was later owned jointly by Robert Hooker, Robert Brown, John Dorsett, William Austin, and William Ruddery. These men obtained a special warrant to resurvey and seventy additional acres of surplus were found within the bounds. Only the surplus acres (70) were hereby patented by Austin

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      1706 Unpatented Certificate 368 Twiford, 961 Acres S1596-4376

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      1710 Patent Record DD 5, p. 624 Twiford (Part of), 143 Acres; Certificate S1596-4377
      1710 Patent Record DD 5, p. 624 Twiford (Part of), 143 Acres; Patent S1596-4378
      1710 Patent Record PL 3, p. 104 Twiford (Part of), 143 Acres; Patent S1596-4379

      Series Information
      PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY LAND OFFICE
      (Certificates, Unpatented, Prince George's)
      1696-1971
      S1226
      Date: 03/1706
      Plat: Unpatented Certificate 368
      Description: Twiford, Robert Brown, Etal, 961 Acres
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      Location: 01/26/01/027
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      MSA Citation: S1226-383
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      Early Landowners - Calvert Co Md - Hall
      The Wedge 9/16/1674 — 129a's. L15/264 SR4327
      Location: West side of The Patuxent River beginning at a bound Oak of George Collins' tract of land called Twiver. Also adjoins a tract called Brookfield. Note: This tract is located in present day Prince George's County.
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      Early Landowners - Calvert Co Md - Hall
      Brookfield 5/25/1664 — 2,350a's. L6/344 SR7348
      Location: South side of The Patuxent River and on the southeast side at the mouth of Brook Creek formerly called Mattapony Branch next adjoining tracts called Twiver and Brookwood. Note: This tract is in present day Prince George's County.
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      Early Landowners - Calvert Co Md - Hall
      Twiver 8/1/1673 — 441a's. L15/69 SR4327
      Location: South side of The Patuxent River near Mattapony Branch beginning at a bound Oak of a tract of land called Orchard in the line of his own tracts called Littleworth and the farm. Also adjoins Maj. Thomas Brooke's tract of land called Brookfield and Richard Fowler's tract called Orchard.
      Note 1: This tract is in present day Prince George's County.
      Note 2: It is likely that the tract became known as Twiford.
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      Early Landowners - Calvert Co Md - Hall
      The Farme Res. 1/1673 — 409a's. L15/211 SR4327
      Location: West side of The Patuxent River near the head of Deep Creek beginning at a marked Red Oak of Thomas Truman's tract of land called Mansfield. Also adjoins his own tracts called Twiver and Littleworth and Maj. Thomas Brookes tract called Brookfield. Also adjoins Richard Fowler's land called Orchard.
      Note 1: First patented by Collings on 3/9/1665 and certified at 500 acres. Collings believed that there was
      "manifest error" in the original survey and requested a resurvey. The resurvey found the actual acreage to be 409 acres. Nothing further found.
      Note 2: This tract is located in present day Prince George's County
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      Early Landowners - Calvert Co Md - Hall
      Twiford; Surplus Land Of 4/20/1710 — 180a's. PL3i/462 SR7462
      Location: South side of The Patuxent River near Brook Creek next adjoining George Collins' tract of land called Twiver beginning at a bound Oak at the head of Patuxent Creek. Adjoins tracts owned by Robert
      Harker and Captain Bradford (neither found).
      Note: This is a part of a tract patented first by Collins called Twiver in 1673(4327/69). It was later obtained in shares by Robert Hooker, Robert Brown, John Dorsett, William Aston, and William Rodery. They arranged a resurvey and found an additional 180 acres of land within the bounds. These were sold to and patented by Wilson.
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      George Spicer 33A.209 A PG £65.1.6 £28.14.6 [1711-1712]
      A second inventory was cited in the amount of £6.0.0.
      Payments to: Josue Cecell, William Austin, Moses Adney, Robert Hall, Mr. Daniell Dulany, Edward Willott, William Bladen, Esq., Mr. Phil Loyde, Benjamin Berry, Stephen Feilde, Henry Butler, Mr. Robert Owen (minister), James Dickson, Catharine Sarrat, Capt. William Boulton, Robert Orme & George Ransom, William Wills.
      Executrix: Mary Spicer.
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      Robert Hucker 33B.181 A PG £79.0.1 £36.10.4 May 29 1712
      Received from: Thomas Brook, Joseph Sarrat, Thomas Delany, Thomas Persons.
      Payments to: William Austin, Thomas Persons, Mr. Isaac Millner & Co., James Dickson, Robert Orme, Simon Larkin, Thomas Delany, Thomas Gant for Carleton & Co., Clark Skinner, William Rabling, Arron Lomus, William Bladen, Esq., Benjamin Berry.
      Executor: Mr. Thomas Brooke, Jr.
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      Robert Hucker 33B.27 A PG £79.0.1 £36.10.4 Jul 29 1712
      Received from: Thomas Brooke, Joseph Sarrat, Thomas Delany, Thomas Person.
      Payments to: William Austin, Thomas Person, Isaac Milner & Co., James Dixon, Robert Orme, Symon Larkin, Thomas Delany, Thomas Gant for Carleton & Co., Clark Skinner, William Rabbling, Aron Lomas, William Bladen, Esq., Benjamin Berry.
      Mentions: Joseph Sarratt.
      Executor: Thomas Brooke
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      Rev. Mr. James Hindman 35A.196 I QA #18310 May 6 1714
      List of debts: Christopher Gold, Thomas Gladden, William Watt, John Walters, William Willson, Alexander Pinder, John Kees, George Cheasmore, Ralph Arnold, Thomas Gill, James Sanders, John Downs, David Flen, William Jones, Thomas Gold, John Sweet, William Tarbenton, John Laton, William Sparkes, John Worloe, John Spry, John Collens, William Summers, William Austin, John Richards, W. Impy, Charles Lemart, Thomas Murphy, Thodorus Bonner, Thomas Griffin, Christopher Denny, Charles Vanderford, Edmond Thomas due from Mr. Peter Carmack, John Bowlen.
      Administratrix/Executrix: Mary Hindman.
      ===
      Persons Mentioned in the Administration Accounts of Henry Boteler [1713]
      The estate of Henry Boteler contains a list of debts and payments. The list is dated The list can be found on Folios 32-38, Liber 36C, Inventories and Accounts
      List of Payees: William Austin
      ===
      William Wiggin 37B.60 A QA £9.12.4 £9.9.9 Apr 1 1717
      Payments to: Henry Green, George Lattimore, Richard Collins, Daniel Dunavan, William Hambleton, William Austin.
      Administrator: John Merrideth.
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      William Tippens 388.20 A QA £252.19.8 £51.19.0 Nov 28 1715
      Payments to: Elisabeth Wilds, Elisabeth Evans, William Tarbenton, Thomas Hyndsley, James Countis, William Sweatnam, William Bateman, Samuel Clarke, Mr. Charles Carroll, Sollomon Clayton, Edward Wright, William Denton.
      Executors: Anne Tippens, James Williams, William Austin, Mary Tippens.
      ===
      Charles Thorp 8.304 QA £33.6.4 Jun 3 1723
      Appraisers: John Salisbury, William Wrench.
      Creditors: William Austin, Morice Carty.
      Next of kin: Richard Reyes, John Hambelton.
      ===
      Charles Thorp 6.441 A QA £33.6.4 £9.16.10 Apr 8 1725
      Payments to: John Falconar & Co., Vallentine Carter, Richard Peacock, William Austin, Maurice Carty, John Saulsberry.
      Administratrix: Martha Thorp
      ===
      Bradford, John, planter, Prince George's County, 26th March, 1726; 11th May, 1726.
      Testator states that certain debts are due, chiefly to Mr. John Hyde and sons,, mcht., in London, and to the orphans of Mr. James Butler, of Md., dec'd, and empowers exs. to sell following tracts for benefit of estate:
      1 A. "Tannyard"' with dwelling nr. town of Nottingham, Prince George's Co.; 3 lots in sd. town with storehouse, etc.; 180 A. "The Farme," lying (bet. Tannyard and storehouse bou. of William Austin and wife, now in tenure of Robert Saunders and Samll. Heigh; 35 A. "'Will's Good Will,"on Patuxent Ck.; 78 A. "Joseph's Good Luck," on Mattapany Ck., bou, of Mr. Wm. Joseph, and tract adj.; 260 A. "Essex Lodge" bou. of Wm. Cood, of St. Mary's Co.., and tracts adj.; 125 A. "Dunbar" and 31 A. "Anglice" bou. of Robert and John Orme, of Prince George's 'Co., last 4 tracts being under care of Charles Drury as overseer; 280 A. "Burbidg," Hynson Dr., tenure of John Cumberland; 300 A. woodland and 500 A. "Plain Dealing," nr. hd. of Goose Ck.; 300 A. "Substraction,"on Hegoe Br., tenure of James Hook and Nichs. Hocker; 290 A. of "Addition to Charley Forrest," nr. hd. of North Br.,' Patuxent R., surveyed for Michael Dean; 100 A. '"Scotch Ordnary," about 2 miles below first falls of Potomac, bou. of Robert Cook and wife, in tenure of Adam Strawhan and John Benedict Benzen; 300 A. "Batchelors Hall," on n. w. branch of Eastern Br., Prince George's County, made over by Wm. Fitzredmond, dec'd; 83 A. of "Generosity," on pt. of which tract the church at the Eastern Br. stands. Also 7 tracts, viz. 2 islands in Potomac, R., "Island of Walnut Trees" and '"Fair Isle", "Concord", and "Progressive." on main land over against afsd. islands; "Sinicar" at mouth of Sinicar Ck., and tract at mouth of Long Acre Br.; the 7th tract lies back of plantation called "'Sugarlands"; these 7 tracts cont. 4500 A. taken up with Daniel Dulany., Esq.., of Annapolis, testator's share 2250 A. Two other tracts, n. w. br. of Patuxent R. 2 miles above William Sheppards, in Prince George's Co.,100 A. " Hygam. "and. 116 A. "Discovery,"bou. of Wm. Renshaw and his wife (unnamed); 217 A. "Jacob," on lower falls of Potomac., in tenure of Henry Chamberlin and William King; 300 A. "Argile Cowell and "Lorn," Piney Br., Rock Ck., bou. of Randolph Blake, in tenure of Peter Hyatt; 780 A. of "Charley Forrest.," 2 miles above Snowdons Mannour; 4792 A. "'Bradford's Rest," on br. of Rock Ck, cont. 3 plans., now in care of Wm. Deveron, overseer, and 2 tenements occupied by William Woffort., Jr., and Wm. Mackcoy.
      To wife Joyce, dwell. plan. 400 A. Haddocks Hills (bou. of Michael Ashford., with 100 A, "as Good as any" adj., bou. of John Deakins) during life, and 1/2 personal estate,
      To son John and hrs., cottage,, pasturage, etc., nr. village of Thinkinson in Co. of Leicester, Gr. Britain, bequeathed testator by uncle John Smith, of the town of One Leap in sd. County, also land nr. Town of Stoak Gelding,, in Leicester County, now in poss. of father John Bradford, of sd. town, these parcels known as Wykin Hole, Peggs Wykin Hole, Olden Close, Peggs Olden Close to pass to son John at decease of father; also 500 A. "Seaman's Delight" adj. "'Haddocks Hills" and 200 A. "Cuckolds Delight"' bou. of John Davis and Davis Mackdaniel, now in tenure of sd. Davis; 1200 A. "Sugarlands,"on Potomack R.., and after decease of wife Joyce "Haddocks Hills" and "As Good As Any"; and 1/2 personal estate,
      To sister Mary Jones, 253 A. "Fletchall's Chance", upper side Rock Ck., during life; at her decease, to her 2 sons Evan and John Jones and their hrs.
      Exs.: Wife Joyce, son John, James Carroll and bro. Thomas Gant. Wife to see that whatever is due estate of Mrs. James Butler be pd., to her children out -of personal estate, Thomas Gant to have charge of education of son John during his minority.
      Test: Notley Rozer, Dan'l. Watts, Edward Sprigg,, John Nelson.
      Note: James Carroll and Thomas Gantt renounce as exs. of above will.
      Test: Phill. Briscoe, Stephen Cannold, Jr. 18.464.

      ===
      Isaac Hollinworth 15.722 QA £9.15.12 Aug 10 1730 Sep 10 1730
      (also Isaac Hollinsworth)
      Appraisers: N. Wright, Thomas Butler.
      Creditors: Edward Brown, Solomon Clayton.
      Next of kin: William Austin, Mary Tim.
      Administratrix: Alice Hollinsworth.
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      Richard Huney 17.87 QA £3.13.0 Nov 11 1732 Dec 14 ----
      (also Richard Honey)
      Appraisers: William Austin, Edward Brown.
      Creditors: Edward Wright, Christopher Philips.
      Administratrix: Jane Honey
      ===
      Daniel Mackcambly 11.712 A QA £44.2.11 £12.14.10 May 3 1733
      Sureties: William Austin (accountant), William Carman.
      Payments to: Joseph Earl, William Carman, Thomas Routh, James Earle, Sr., Ezekayle Hamer, Daniel Kelley, Thomas Bath, Thomas Symonds, Mary Camper, Thomas Tyer, William Hemsley.
      Administratrix: Martha Austine (relict), now wife of William Austine.
      ===
      James McClean (planter) 14.488 A QA £40.3.9 £25.16.9 Nov 16 1737
      Payments to: MM Edward Brown & John Hawkins, Jr., Dr. Andrew McKittrick, John Buck, Esq. per Thomas Butler, Daniel MacClean, Martha Austin, Daniel Dulany, Esq., Mr. Robert Norrest Wright, James Earle.
      Executrix: Ann McClean
      ===
      Thomas Anderson 12.598 A TA £26.14.7 £17.4.4 Oct 26 1734
      Payments to: Thomas Richardson, George Robins, Tom (negro), William Austin, Rebeccah Anderson, Charles Calvert, Esq., Thomas Boman, James Merrick, Tench Francis, James Barnwell.
      Administratrix: Jane Davis, wife of John Davis.
      ===
      William Austin the elder 15.148 A QA £144.11.0 £77.7.9 Aug 26 1736
      Planter.
      Payments to: Danniell Dulany, Esq. paid to Thomas Hynson Wright, John Earle & Nathaniell Wright, per Edward Brown, Sarah Sweet, James Earle, Martha Austin (widow, 1/3), John Austin (son, his portion).
      Legatees: John Austin (son).
      List of debts: John Chizman, Solomon Clegton, James Earle.
      Administrator: William Austin (son).
      ===
      William Austin 21.147 QA £133.11.6 Aug 6 1735 Nov 3 1735
      Appraisers: William Wright, John Earle.
      Next of kin: John Austin, Jaco Austin.
      Administrator: William Austin (son).
      ===
      William Austin 21.473 QA £10.19.4 Aug 12 1736 Aug 10 1736
      Appraisers: W. Wright, John Earle.
      Creditors: widow (unnamed), who refused to sign.
      Next of kin: John Austin, Alice Hollingworth,
      Administrator: William Austin.
      ===
      William Austin, Sr. (planter) 16.47 A QA £10.12.0 Nov 30 1737
      List of debts: John Underwood (discharged).
      Payments to: Daniel Dulany, Esq. paid to Mr. Robert Norrest Wright, Mr. Richard Tilgman paid to Mr. Thomas Hynson Wright, Thomas Hyson Wright.
      Administrator: William Austin, Jr.

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